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On August 27, 1985, the academic year started at Hope College.

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Convocation ceremonies which present the faculty and administration in all their academic garb, opened a new, unique year.

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From the time Dr. Van Wylen welcomed all students until Graduation on May 4,1986 —

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Hope would experience a totally unequaled place in its History.

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The faces that strolled the sidewalks, ate at Phelps Cafeteria,

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sat in classes, ran at Dow, etc. have never been the same, and will change in the future. Even the campus has changed since we first stepped foot on it, way back in August.

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The addition to Phelps; the moving of the Admissions, Guest, and Nursing houses; the refurbishing of the President's Home;

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the ground breaking of the Gordon J. and Margaret VanWylen Library;


and the accreditation of the dance computer science education certificate.

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and the nursing major have all been unique parts of the year.

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Though many of the events are still the same — Nykerk, The Pull, Homecoming,

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Vespers, CIS, May Day, and Graduation, the names have all changed.

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The rules have been altered to match today's society, but the spirit lingers on.


The sports' fans have had a lot to cheer about as a number of teams won their MIAA title races.

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Even when the Dutchmen went down to defeat,

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their play was exciting and always gave the crowd something to cheer about.

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that we were part of a special year — our year at Hope College 1985-1986.

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1 9 8 5 was the year for the freshmen of 1 9 8 9 and the sophomores of 1 9 8 8 to meet at the Black River on S e p t e m b e r 27th to test their skills and endurance. After two and a half hours of off-the-rope, on-the-rope, strains, and heaves, the Pull was won by the class of ' 8 9 by pulling the sophomores eight feet, ten inches. Both classes put forth an effort that couldn't be , matched again if one tried. Though the sophomores put up a good fight, it was the freshmen who prevailed in the end, encouraged by those ever present morale girls and the omniscient coaches.

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1 ' 8 8 C o a c h S e a n O ' C o n n e r signals a h e a v e 2 L e t d o w n a f t e r an excrutiating loss. 3. T h e intimacy of t h e p u l l e r / m o r a l e girl 4. T h e beginning of a long a f t e r n o o n 5 W h a t ' s n e x t ? 6. W e n e e d knot say m o r e . 7. T h e f r e s h m e n give it all they got. 8. It's not all fun and g a m e s . 9. T h e ' 8 9 c o a c h e s c e l e b r a t e by taking a swim 10 Mind over m a t t e r

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Saturday, November 2, 1985, over 6 0 0 women from the freshman and sophomore classes participated in the Golden Anniversary of the Nykerk Cup. T h e freshmen opened the evening with " A Spoon Full of S u g a r . " After their delightful song, sophomore Janis Gaillard spoke of her "Moons, and Junes, and Ferris Wheels." Next the class of ' 8 9 gave us their 'rendition of the play " T h e Ugly Duckling." To open the second half of the program, the sophomores sang a hand-clapping affair of " G o n n a Rise Up Singing." Freshman orator.

Cynthia VanDuyne then gave her version of "Moons, and Junes, and Ferris Wheels.' To finish the evening performances, the Class of ' 8 8 performed the musical "Cinderella." As the judges left to m a k e their decision, a great sigh of relief went up from the performers. When the judges re-entered the auditorium, a hush fell over the crowd. General chairperson Priscilla Bayer then announced the winner of the 50th Annual Nykerk Cup. T h e Class of ' 8 8 won the cherished cup, which gave the even years their first victory since ' 8 4 won in 1981.


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Enchanted by the Vespers Song

Silence falls over the people as they enter the candlelit Chapel. T h e S y m p h o n e t t e , College Chorus, and Chapel Choir express the Christmas spirit through music. Vespers welcomes the holidays to H o p e College through its simple decor and beautiful sound. H o p e College wishes good cheer on the students, community, and a number of others as the program is t a p e d for future play on radios across America.

1. B a n n e r - b e a r e r B r e n t D e t e r s w e l c o m e s t h o s e c r o w d e d into t h e C h a p e l . 2. College C h o r u s a n d C h a p e l Choir combine their voices in song. 3. T h e C h a p e l Choir p r o c e e d s to its p l a c e in t h e balcony.

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Students, alumni, and friends gathered for Homecoming, 1985. " T h e r e ' s No Place Like H o p e " was this year's t h e m e as a variety of reunions took place over the weekend of October 18-20. The eighth annual Run — Bike — Swim which took place on Saturday morning, drew over 5 0 0 participants. Who can forget the Homecoming p a r a d e which attracted a number of student organizations? The Barbell Club won the best float award with the portrayl of a number of muscle men and women The highlight of the weekend was the football g a m e against Adrian College. The g a m e was tele-

vised live, making it the first Division III football g a m e ever televised live. Another first for the Dutchmen was their 14-21 loss to Adrian It was their first Homecoming loss since 1964 At halftime of the game, the King and Q u e e n were announced Susan Bosch was crowned by last y e a r ' s Q u e e n , L y n n e t t e C a r t e r . Blaine Newhouse was chosen as King.

1 S u s a n Bosch e x p r e s s e s surprise at being n a m e d Homecoming Queen 2 T h e c h e e r l e a d e r s construct a n o t h e r exciting mount 3 Even tough d e f e n s e couldn t hold the Bulldogs back 4 A lively halftime act f e a t u r e d eight m e m b e r s f r o m the C h a p e l Choir

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1 Just a Movement in Time " 2 Incorporating a n u m b e r of s c u l p t u r e s was the piece Dandelion Wine 3 Momque Irish and Brent Phillips from the J o f f r e y II D a n c e r s warm up b e f o r e the show 4 T a p p i n g is "In the Medley Mood " 5. L a u r a Dietrich and J o h n North p r e s e n t t h e m s e l v e s in good form 6. Jim G r a y and P e t e Boundy add a bit of comic relief 7 Sing. Sing. Sing 8 Heidi M L Baehr p e r f o r m s in " Mor ning S o n g s "


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D i r e c t e d by D a n H u l z e n g a S c e n e a n d P r o p e r t i e s D e s i g n by R i c h a r d L. S m i t h C o s t u m e , M a k e - u p a n d Hair D e s i g n by L o i s K. C a r d e r L i g h t i n g D e s i g n by M i c h a e l K. G r i n d s t a f f S t a g e M a n a g e m e n t by Sally Leist

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D i r e c t e d by Kevin O l s o n S c e n e a n d P r o p e r t i e s D e s i g n by R i c h a r d L. S m i t h C o s t u m e a n d M a k e u p D e s i g n by L o i s K. C a r d e r Lighting D e s i g n by M i c h a e l K. G r i n d s t a f f Musical D i r e c t i o n by S t u a r t S h a r p C h o r e o g r a p h y by Linda G r a h a m S t a g e M a n a g e m e n t by R i c h e l e K r a u s e R e h e a r s a l A c c o m p a n i m e n t by Laurie L e p e r

D i r e c t e d by N i k e Wise S c e n e a n d P r o p e r t i e s D e s i g n by T h o m a s H. B o e l m a n C o s t u m e . N a k e - u p a n d Hair D e s i g n by L o i s K. C a r d e r L i g h t i n g D e s i g n by Michael K. G r i n d s t a f f S t a g e M a n a g e m e n t by Meg B o e l m a n

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Guest director Mike Wise is a free-lance act o r / d i r e c t o r from Chicago. He presented JeanPaul S a r t r e ' s No Exit in the cozy Studio T h e a t r e . The actors drew the audience into their superb p e r f o r m a n c e s of three people t r a p p e d in their inability to communicate and rely on anyone other than themselves. The performers were able to m a k e the audience feel as if they were the ones who were t r a p p e d within their own lives. A fantastic ending to H o p e College T h e a t r e 85-86.

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Throughout the year the Social Activities Committee sponsors a number of events open to the entire H o p e community. From dances to 'movies to comedians, they offer a variety of activities to k e e p the c a m p u s entertained. The highlight of the year was Air J a m V which was held at the Civic Center with the KLQ Morning

Crew acting as judges and comedian Andy Andrews as the emcee. SAC also provided the weekend movies which were a c h e a p alternative to the Q u a d 31. Winter Fantasia was also organized by SAC for a fun night in Grand Rapids. Thanks SAC for another active year.

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1. T h e Rice Crispie Man and S u p e r m a n m e e t at t h e DeWittch Batch. 2. An o p e n air d a n c e b e g a n the school y e a r . 3. A little dinnertime c o m e d y . 4. S u s a n Kunkle e n t e r t a i n s the c r o w d at Air J a m V. 5. T h e S A C p e r s o n n e l p r e p a r e for May Day activities. 6. Russian c o m e d i a n Y a k o v Smirnoff k e p t the c a m p u s laughing.

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Legendary jazz pianist Marian McPartland opened the Great P e r f o r m a n c e Series at H o p e College. Other Series events included the National T h e a t r e of the Deaf, the Jazzdance which is the choreographic voice of The Danny Buraczeski Dance C o m p a n y of New York City, the Bach Aria G r o u p of New York, and also the Grand Rapids Symphony in a pops concert and a classical concert featuring flutist Christopher Kantner. The G P S allows the entire H o p e and Holland community to experience a slice of outside professional culture.


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T h e 14th annua! Mode! United Nations was he!d March 13-14 with over 9 0 0 high schoo! students participating. T h e H o p e CoHege po!itica! science d e p a r t m e n t sponsors the Mode! UN which is designed to give high schoo! students the opportunity to take on the ro!es of professiona! diplomats with the goa! of achieving a particular country's rational objectives while fostering a desired international consensus. T h e Model UN is organized by students in a political science course aimed at understand-

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ing international politics. These H o p e students serve as leaders of sessions and perform other administrative tasks throughout the formation and execution of the event. T h e student director was Dirk Weeldreyer with Phil Tanis as assistant director of administration and high school coordinator. Ambassador Alan Woods, the current Deputy United S t a t e s T r a d e Representative in the Reagan Administration and Congressman Mark Siljander were both guest s p e a k e r s during the event.


Crisis Crisis in Central America: Perspectives and Alternatives was the t h e m e of the sixth annual Hope College Critical Issues Symposium. CIS is an all-campus event for focusing attention on an issue of c o n t e m p o r a r y social significance via presentations by e x p e r t s and small group discussions. T h r e e keynote addresses highlighted this year's program. Dr. Ralph Lee Wooward discussed the historical perspectives

on the contemporary crisis in Central America and Mexico. Gustavo Parajon, MD gave an address entitled "An Analysis of the Internal and External Forces which s h a p e the Social Conscience of Central A m e r i c a . " Dr. Wayne Smith spoke against US involvement and Dr. Constantine Menges spoke in favor of the US foreign policy in a pro and con presentation of US foreign policy in Central America.

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May Day c e r e m o n i e s signify the e n d of formal classes for the school y e a r . An o u t d o o r picnic in the Pine G r o v e with Dan P e a k , as well as a track m e e t down at Buy's Athletic Field proyided a n u m b e r of activities, not to mention laughs, for the H o p e College C o m m u n i t y . T h e highlight of the a f t e r n o o n a n d the m o m e n t all w e r e waiting for, c a m e w h e n J a n i c e Day w a s c r o w n e d May Day Q u e e n .

1. P e t e D e c k e r g e t s into t h e May Day spirit. 2. T h e May Day c o u r t . 3 . May Day e n t e r t a i n e r , Dan P e a k . 4. S t u d e n t s e n j o y the fun in t h e Pine G r o v e .

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Five h u n d r e d thirty-two seniors r e c e i v e d their d i p l o m a s as the winds blew during the 1 2 1 s t H o p e College Comm e n c e m e n t C e r e m o n y held at Holland Municipal S t a d i u m . J a c k Ridl delivered t h e c o m m e n c e m e n t a d d r e s s entitled " T h e Unlived Life Is Not W o r t h E x a m i n i n g . " H e r e a s s u r e d the g r a d u a t e s that it's o k a y to feel hesitant a n d lost in a world t h e y a r e to s u p p o s e d l y e n t e r with e a g e r n e s s . Ridl began his a d d r e s s in t h e c o n v e n t i o n a l , staid n a r r a t i v e style; " T o d a y , e q u i p p e d with k n o w l e d g e , faith, a n d wisdom you a r e on t h e threshold of t h e world, a world that waits for your l e a d e r s h i p , a world filled with golden o p p o r t u n i t i e s for your success . . . " But t h e seniors d e m o n s t r a t e d s o m e

s t a g e d , g e n e r a l u n r e s t to t h o s e r e m a r k s a n d Rid! s t a r t e d again, his a d d r e s s now directed to the seniors, telling o t h e r s t h e y could g r a d e p a p e r s , write letters, or t a k e notes. At B a c c a l a u r e a t e , held S u n d a y morning. Rev. R u d o l p h K u y t e n challenged the seniors to " T a k e your s h o e s O f f " b a s e d on the text f o u n d in J o s h u a 5 : 1 0 - 1 5 . C o m p a r i n g t h e seniors' college y e a r s to t h e j o u r n e y of t h e Israelites, Kuyten n o t e d both g r o u p s w e r e , a n d a r e , r e a d y to e n t e r t h e P r o m i s e d L a n d , c o n q u e r the n e w land given to t h e m , yet while r e m e m b e r i n g the h a r d s h i p s a n d R e d - S e a miracles behind t h e m .

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The program of the D e p a r t m e n t of English is designed to meet the needs of the student who wishes to pursue the study of English language and literature in depth or the student who wishes to develop special skills in the art of writing, either for their intrinsic worth or in preparation for a specific career. T h e major p r o g r a m s reflect these different objectives. T h e d e p a r t m e n t is, first, a d e p a r t m e n t of literature. Literature

presents to r e a d e r s perennial human situations and issues — problems of identity, purpose, relationship, and meaning. It enables one imaginatively to enter and share the experiences of other persons: to feel what was felt by p e o p l e in earlier eras, distant lands, entirely other p a t t e r n s of life and to juxtapose those feelings with their own. it is also a d e p a r t m e n t of language: of the study of the English language and of

language as used in writing. Understanding the history and nature of language is basic to effective verbal communication and to good verbal artistry. T h e courses in expository and creative writing begin with and build on a knowledge of language and lead to increased skill in using language effectively. While the curriculum provides those who wish to teach or attend g r a d u a t e school the specialized courses they need, it also seeks to meet the needs of students pursuing the broad aims of a liberal education. By helping develop students' abilities to read, to think and to express themselves logically and coherently, the curriculum at the s a m e time helps to p r e p a r e t h e m for careers in fields like government service, law, business, librarianship, and the ministry that emphasize such skills. FIRST R O W : Mary J e l l e m a , N a n c y T a y l o r . S E C O N D R O W : Francis Fike, P e t e r S c h a k e i , J a n e t L o o t e n s , J a n e H a r r i n g t o n , K a t h l e e n Verduin. T H I R D R O W : Stephen Hemenway, Charles Huttar, Barbara M e z e s k e , Richard Smith, Bill R e y n o l d s , Dirk J e l l e m a .

History is the study of the human past. It is the foundation for understanding how we c a m e to be what we are. Because the record is often crowded and contradictory, history is a discipline that d e p e n d s upon critical thinking and careful evaluation of evidence. These are skills that lie at the heart of liberal

arts education and that are vitally important to students preparing for c a r e e r s in such fields as law, government, journalism, and education. History staff m e m b e r s bring varied backgrounds to their teaching. All have sustained their research interests through work in n u m e r o u s foreign and

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domestic manuscript repositories such as the National Archives. Extended stays in J a p a n , the Soviet Union, Austria, England, and Yugoslavia help to assure both currency in scholarship and vitality in the classroom.


The curriculum of the D e p a r t m e n t of Physical Education and Recreation is designed to provide the u n d e r g r a d u a t e student a strong liberal arts background in addition to specific areas of expertise within physical education, recreation a n d / o r dance. To be liberally e d u c a t e d , persons should be knowledgeable about their bodies, good nutrition, and the benefits of a habit of exercise. Additionally, it would seem important for each u n d e r g r a d u a t e to develop enough skill in one or two carry-over activities to find those activities fun and physiologically and psychologically beneficial.

FIRST R O W ; Donna E a t o n , J a n e H o l m a n , A n n e Irwin, Ray Smith. S E C O N D R O W ; Doug V a n d e M e e r , G o r d o n B r e w e r , Russ D e V e t t e , J o h n P a t n o t t , A n d r e a Dahl, Bob J o h n s t o n .

The Education Department seeks to p r e p a r e students to teach in the elementary and secondary schools of our nation. To fulfill the requirements for graduation and certification, each student planning on a professional teaching career must complete a major in an academic field, a minor and the professional education sequence. This sequence introduces the student to the theoretical foundations of creative and responsible teaching and, simultaneously, helps the prospective teacher acquire those teaching skills that make for effective teaching. An integrated field-theory approach to teacher preparation p e r m e a t e s the entire professional education sequence. Students become progressively more involved in field experiences and participate in increasingly more complex teaching styles as they proceed through the program. This preparation model has been replicated with enthusiasm throughout the country. F I R S T R O W : Nancy Miller, Dan Paul, S u s a n Mooy. S E C O N D R O W : Ronald Wolthuis, L a m e n t Dirkse, K a r e n Neufeld, Harrold B a k k e r , Carl S c h a c k o w .

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Contacts with visiting artists and lecturers of national importance, field trips to museums such as those in Chicago, Detroit, and Toledo, exhibition experience in the College Gallery, and entrance in competitive shows are a few of the opportunities available through the Art D e p a r t m e n t . Course offerings are structured in form, ^content, and sequence to provide a foundation in the fine arts for both the pre-professionally oriented student and the liberal arts student. The curriculum affords opportunities for study and creative work in the visual arts through studio practice and art history. The D e p a r t m e n t of Art faculty m e m b e r s are teaching, producing, and research oriented artists and art historians.

Organizing a local Holland precinct, sponsoring a model United Nations for local area high schools, meeting with prominent c a m p u s visitors, organizing a "get-out-to-vote" campaign among college students over the " a g e of majority," and serving as youth chairpersons of county, congressional district, and state political party committees a r e a few of the activities students majoring in political science have engaged in. T h e academic program of the D e p a r t m e n t of Political Science seeks to provide the student with a systematic understanding of government, political behavior and political institutions in the local, state, national and international areas. To accomplish this goal students majoring in political science take such courses as "History of Political T h e o r y , " " C o m p a r a t i v e G o v e r n m e n t , " "American Political Parties," and "International L a w . " In addition to these theoretical courses, students enroll for academic credit in d e p a r t m e n t a l programs which give the student a first-hand encounter with political processes both at home and a b r o a d . For example, they work in political campaigns, intern in local and county governments, observe national presidential conventions, and work as Congressional aides.

The D e p a r t m e n t of Sociology and Social Work provides students with a variety of courses in two pre-professional " t r a c k s . " The Sociology track p r e p a r e s students who plan to enter g r a d u a t e or professional school in the a r e a s of sociology, law, urban planning, the ministry, and n u m e r o u s other fields. T h e Social Work track, which is granted in conjunction with the D e p a r t m e n t of Psychology, p r e p a r e s students who a r e intending to join the "helping professions," either directly after graduation or following g r a d u a t e studies in social work, counseling, law, or ministry. Sociology can be defined as the scientific study of human societies. In order for students to engage in this study, they will be introduced to major theoretical and methodological issues of the discipline. Students will be able to choose from a wide selection of topical courses. These courses bring various theoretical and methodological understandings to the analysis of specific social structures and processes. The Social Work major, a composite of Psychology and Sociology, is designed for students who a r e intending to enter professions which require direct contact with people concerning their social and personal welfare. This major builds upon a broad liberal arts base and examines: a) the philosophies of social welfare; b) various theoretical perspectives of sociology, psychology, and the other social sciences; and c) the complementary utility and integrative p r o p e r t i e s of t h e various t h e o r e t i c a l perspectives.

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The chemistry program provides students with a rigorous introduction to the field of chemistry in a setting that is complete with knowledge of current developments in chemistry and experience with modern instruments and laboratory techniques. The program offers students the opportunity to achieve outstanding levels of accomplishment through the challenge of chemical research. The chemistry faculty maintains a keen interest in students' professional involvement and scholarly development. T h e chemistry program places a strong emphasis on faculty-student research. S o m e examples of current faculty-student research in the d e p a r t m e n t include: biological transport of iron, synthesis of t e m p e r a t u r e stable polymers, laser optical studies of new excited states in molecules, aluminum enolate reactions, removal of atmospheric pollution by precipitation, and preparation of mixed transition metal clusters. FIRST R O W : S t e v e T a y l o r , Donald Williams, R o d n e y Boyer, Mike Silver. S E C O N D R O W : C a r l o s Monzanares, Irwin Brink, E u g e n e J e k e l , William Mungall, Paul S a d e k .

Gordon VanWoerkem, Doug Marchuck, Harvey B l a n k e s p o o r , Allen B r a d y , N o r m a n Rieck, C h r i s t o p h e r Barney, Donald Cronkite, Edith S m o o t , J a m e s Gentile, Paul V a n F a a s e n .

Research projects are the n a m e of the g a m e in the Biology Department. Examples include breeding biology of the Common Moorhen, t e m p e r a t u r e regulation and thirst of rats, systematics and ecology of spiders, host-parasite relationships of trematodes, systematics of Compositae, water and ion regulation in p r o t o z o a , environmental

mutagenesis and carcinogenesis, and morphology and anatomy of fossil plants. The Department has excellent facilities for both teaching and research and a well-stocked library. Qualified students have the opportunity to spend a semester doing research and taking courses at the Oak Ridge National laboratory in Tennessee.


Course offerings in theatre, along with the d e p a r t m e n t ' s co-curricular production program, a r e designed to provide the liberal arts student with knowledge of and experience in an art form which has played an important role in our cultural history as well as in c o n t e m p o r a r y society. Perfor-

mance or laboratory experience m a k e s possible an appreciation of the art which can be derived only from direct participation. The practical experience of working together in a disciplined collaborative art facilitates o n e ' s understanding of oneself and of other people. The t h e a t r e program

is further intended to enhance the cultural life of the community through the presentation of plays of value from a historical, contemporary, literary, or entertainment point of view.

T h e geological sciences a r e in a "Golden A g e " because of renewed interest in the short supply of natural resources, continuing concerns with environmental quality, and a renaissance in thinking about the way the Earth works. Geoscientists today are making important contributions through research in petroleum exploration, mining, geochemistry, geophysics, paleontology, oceanography, plate tectonics, and environmental geology as they further our understanding of the Earth and its complex history. Traditionally, the training of geologists has included a large m e a s u r e of field experience. H o p e College is ideally

situated for field studies of glacial geology, sideimentology, geomorphology, and limnology. To broaden the s p e c t r u m of field experience, trips a r e commonly taken to examine the geology of other a r e a s in Michigan a n d a d j a c e n t s t a t e s . O u r students have also participated in field courses in such diverse localities as the Colorado Rockies, the Swiss Alps, and the Virgin Islands. In addition to these trips, the annual spring Regional Geology trip has given students the opportunity to observe in detail the geology of J a m a i c a , the Appalachians, the Gulf Coast, the Black Hills, the Grand Canyon, the Florida

Keys, and other areas. We a r e wellequipped for teaching and research. In addition to an ample number of dissecting and petrographic microscopes, the department has a fluid inclusion heating and cooling s t a g e , x-ray diffraction and f l u o r e s c e n c e a p p a r a t u s , thin section preparation laboratory, a large stream table and sedimentation tank, equipment for seismic exploration and soil resistivity testing, research microscopes, and a 3 5 ' steel-hulled research vessel with depth sounding and sediment sampling devices.

T h e D e p a r t m e n t of Nursing seeks to provide broad educational and professional experiences within the context of a Christian liberal arts education. T h e p r o g r a m is designed to p r e p a r e beginning practitioners of nursing who a r e capable of integrating their knowledge, skills and attitudes to provide quality nursing care for people of all ages and in a variety of settings. T h e baccalaureate nursing program is offered

cooperatively with Calvin College in Grand Rapids. O n e d e p a r t m e n t , known as the Hope-Calvin D e p a r t m e n t of Nursing, incorp o r a t e s students from both H o p e and Calvin Colleges in junior and senior level nursing courses. T h e program received its accreditation this year. Students enrolled in the nursing p r o g r a m engage in a wide variety of clincial nursing e x p e r i e n c e s . B u t t e r w o r t h Hospital and Holland Community Hospital

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serve as Clinical Education Centers, providing opportunities to care for people who need the knowledge and skills of the nursing profession. Pine Rest Christian Hospital provides for learning e x p e r i e n c e s in Psychiatric/mental health nursing and a variety of community agencies offer students an opportunity to care for clients outside of a hospital setting.


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Computer science is a young and rapidly developing discipline. In recognition of this fact, the Department of Computer Science is committed to providing the student with a program which includes the basic fundamentals of the field and which allows him the flexibility to pursue in depth many of the diverse areas into which computer science is expanding. In addition, computer science interrelates heavily with other disciplines, both in its application and its construction. It is our belief that this interrelation can best be emphasized by the establishment of direct links with these other fields such as joint sharing of faculty and programs and by exposing computer science students to the fundamental core of knowledge in closely related disciplines.

G o r d o n S l e g i n k , Mark Brown, H e r b e r t D e r s h e m , B r u c e D a n g e r m o n d .

The m a t h e m a t i c s p r o g r a m includes courses in mathematical analysis, algebra, and statistics as well as a number of courses with a computer science orientation. A DEC VAX 1 1 / 7 5 0 computer network gives students access to a large batch and time sharing computer system. A TektroniX 4 0 5 1 Graphic System that has built-in computational power and can iUso be used as a graphics terminal is available for student research. A microcomputer laboratory contains TRS-80 Model III an^l Apple II Color microcomputers. These computers are used in several courses and a r e available for all students to use. T h e depai tment continues to offer a strong program in mathematics which p r e p a r e s a student for g r a d u a t e school in leading universities in this country. Students with immediate vocational interests have found that the mathematics major provides an excellent background for a position in industry, teaching, business, or government. Students a r e encouraged to have a strong component in an area in which mathematics is used.

F I R S T R O W : J o h n S t o u g h t o n , D a v e C a r o t h e r s , J o h n V a n l w a a r d e n , Eliott Tanis. S E C O N D R O W : S t a n Foster, Alan L o p e r , F r a n k S h e r b u r n e , J a y Folkert, C h a r l e s S t e k e t e e .

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The D e p a r t m e n t of Psychology aims to provide its students with a strong base in the methodology and f u n d a m e n t a l concepts of psychology in order to p r e p a r e them to enjoy the study of behavior or to pursue g r a d u a t e study or practical applications of p s y c h o l o g y . It is t h e d e p a r t m e n t ' s philosophy that the best preparation for the future comes through acquiring the intellectual tools that will enable the student to be a problem solver, to change and grow as old t e c h n i q u e s a n d vocational specialities become obsolete and new a p p r o a c h e s become available. The d e p a r t m e n t also offers students opportunities to witness and experience psychological principles and thereby to shape their personal visions for the future. Almost half of the d e p a r t m e n t ' s courses offer the opportunity for laboratory experience. T h e d e p a r t m e n t ' s exceptional facilities include a faculty-student lounge, an eight-room laboratory for observing children and small groups, 4 0 additional rooms for laboratory instruction and research with h u m a n s and animals, computer facilities, and innovative classroom facilities. The Psychology-Sociology Composite Major is designed specifically for students who plan to enter the "helping professions," such as social work. This p r o g r a m utilizes the greater Holland community and its social agencies as a laboratory for learning.

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The D e p a r t m e n t of Music of H o p e College has two aims — to supply the liberal arts student with an elective musical background which will assist him in being a w a r e and appreciative of the growing musical heritage of civilization, and to train the student who wishes to m a k e music his individual vocation. A student in the first group will find ample opportunity to enrich his musical knowledge by enrolling in the Introduction to Music course, in any of the Applied Music courses, or by m e a n s of membership in any of the music ensembles. Students in the second group, if they desire to teach music, can elect either the Bachelor of Music in Instrumental Music Education or the Bachelor of Music in Vocal Music Education degrees, permitting them to teach music from kindergarten through the twelfth grade; the d e g r e e will not be a w a r d e d until the student has gained Michigan provisional teacher certification; if students desire to be performing artists, they should select the Bachelor of Music in P e r f o r m a n c e program.

The dance program follows H o p e ' s philosophy of liberal arts education by providing opportunities for students' intellectual, artistic, and physicl development. H o p e ' s diverse resident and guest faculty, fine studios and p e r f o r m a n c e facilities, perf o r m a n c e and teaching opportunities and curriculum, divided between modern, ballet, jazz and t a p technique and dance theory contribute to the d e p a r t m e n t ' s goal of developing well-rounded dancers who are p r e p a r e d for careers in dance p e r f o r m a n c e , production, education, and related fields. These, and other reasons, have allowed H o p e to attain accreditation to offer a dance major.


The Department of Economics and Business Administration stresses both t h e o r e t i c a l a n d a p p l i e d c o n c e p t s of economics and business. Economic theory and quantitative skills serve as the cornerstone for a d v a n c e d work in economics and m a n a g e m e n t . Students majoring in the

d e p a r t m e n t actively participate in field trips, internships with local business firms, and independent research projects. They meet frequently with visiting business executives and visiting d i s t i n g u i s h e d economists. Courses in investments, real estate, business law and advanced accoun-

ting are taught by adjunct faculty members, who are full-time specialists in their respective fields. Computer applications and simulations, role-playing, m a n a g e m e n t games and business case studies enliven the classroom work.

Bob G e n t e n a a r , J a m e s Heisier, Silvia Boyd, T o n y M u i d e r m a n , Robin Klay, Robert Cline, L y n n e H e n d r i x , William J a p i n g a , H e r b e r t Martin.

T h e D e p a r t m e n t of Foreign Languages and Literatures seeks to lead students to a more complete understanding and openminded tolerance of the culture of the people who speak a language other than their own, and to the development of the ability to communicate in a language other than their native tongue. Instruction is offered in French, G e r m a n , Greek, Latin, Russian and Spanish. S o m e courses a r e primarily designed to increase fluency in speaking, reading and writing. Others stress the patterns of life and thought and the great works of literature written in that language. Since appreciation of other cultures and fluency in the use of another language is greatly enhanced by maximum immersion in the culture and constant challenge to use the language, the d e p a r t m e n t sponsors many supplementary activities: language clubs, language tables, language houses, foreign films, and study abroad. All the faculty have traveled and studied abroad. Four of them are natives of countries other than the USA.

F I R S T R O W : Albert Bell, A n n e L a r s e n , Ion A g h e a n a , J u d i t h Motiff, Antonia S e a r l e s . S E C O N D R O W : H e r b e r t Weller, Kathy Grindstaff, Ruth T o d d , J o h n C r e v i e r e , S a n d e r D e H a a n , Claudia Ruf, Jim V a n d e r L a a n , M a u r a Reynolds.

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With increasing societal complexity, the d e m a n d for effective communicators is being expressed dramatically. Acknowledging the historical centrality of communication training to the liberal arts tradition, and recognizing contemporary societal d e m a n d s for enlightened, skillful communicators, the Department of Communication offers a curriculum to enhance a student's understanding of the human communication process as well as to develop in p u r p o s e and context (interpersonal relationships, small group interactions, face-to-face persuasive presentations, electronically mediated mass con-

texts) are a d d r e s s e d through the course offerings. Students interested in improving their communication effectiveness as a m e a n s of increasing their overall success in disciplines outside t h e communication d e p a r t m e n t are welcome to draw on communication course offerings and laboratories to serve their individual needs. Professional plans in broadcasting, closed-circuit television, public relations, h u m a n resource development, and government often stem from opportunities provided to communication majors.

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Philosophy is a style of thinking and an historical tradition of thought; or rather, it is several styles (analytical, speculative, descriptive) and several traditions (eastern, western). It is at once the questioning search for meaning and truth throughout the whole of h u m a n experience and the history of such critical reflection. We engage in the history of philosophy and through disciplined reflection on the substantive issues we have inherited from the tradition. This contributes to the overall goals of liberal education in at least three ways: 1. To live as free and responsible m e m b e r s of our society requires an understanding of our past as an inheritance to be gratefully received and critically carried on. Since philosophy is an important part of our cultural heritage, its study belongs to the preparation for thoughtful citizenship in the broadest sense of the term. 2. Philosophical questions, whatever their specific content, have a tendency to become ways of asking the question. Who am I? Consequently the study of philosophy relates directly to the quest for personal identity which is often particularly intense in early adulthood. This does not p r e s u p p o s e that one starts with nothing in a way of answers, however. For the thinker who comes to philosophy as a Christian, for example, reflection takes the form of faith seeking understanding. 3. T h e roles of other disciplines and a r e a s of experience in enriching human life can often be enhanced through deliberate reflection on the goals, methods, and fundamental concepts they involve. This occurs in such sub-disciplines of philosophy as philosophy of science, philosophy of religion, and philosophy of art (aesthetics).


The broad academic p u r p o s e of the study of religion at the college level is to understand the Christian faith and the role of religion in human culture. To accomplish that end, the D e p a r t m e n t of Religion is divided into five a r e a s of academic investigation: Biblical studies, historical studies, theological studies, world religions, and religion in culture. While each student majoring in religion is required to enroll in advanced level courses in each of the five areas, most religion m a j o r s concentrate in one area and develop, thereby, a considerable expertise. Many students have found the religion major an excellent way of focusing their liberal arts education at H o p e College.

Elton Bruins, Elizabeth Gaines, Dennis Voskuil, Boyd Wilson, W a y n e Boulton, T o m K e n n e d y , J a n e t Everts, Robert Palma.

The D e p a r t m e n t of Physics offers a comprehensive program for those desiring a career in physics, engineering, or allied natural sciences. T h e physics course structure allows students to tailor their program to their main interests. Opportunities for research participation a r e available to all physics students at all class levels during both the academic year and the summer. Students are presently engaged in: nuclear physics experiments, heavy ion physics experiments, mini-computer control of industrial processes, industrial process control experiments, surface analysis using alpha particle b e a m s from the H o p e accelerator, and chemical analysis using proton b e a m s from the Hope accelerator. The undergraduate research program centers around the 2.5 million volt Van de Graaff accelerator and the facilities for industrial process control. The accelerator laboratory has a full complement of nuclear particle detectors and electronic instrumentation, and special equipment can be designed and constructed in the fully equipped metal shop and electronics laboratory. Peter Gonthier, Richard Brockmeier, Mrs Jolivette, Ned Rouze, Kevin McCollough, Kevin G a r d n e r , Shin T a k e s h i t a , Paul D e Y o u n g , J a m e s V a n P u t t e n , P e t e Jolivette.

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The 1985-86 school year proved to be very exciting for the Social Activities Committee. From the Labor Day Picnic and Welcome Back Dance that started the year off with a bang to the festivities of May Day, SAC brought quality entertainment to Hope. NACA 1 9 8 5 Comedy Entertainer of the Year Edward J a c k m a n kept students laughing until their faces ached; " C l a s s " and other super bands m a d e them bop at the DeWittch Bash and sway at Winter Fantasia. T h e activities of Homecoming ' 8 5 were especially thrilling as students really got involved and showed their H o p e spirit in the p a r a d e and at the g a m e . A special thank-you is in order to all the loyal, hard working m e m b e r s of all the subcommittees and to our sponsors, each of whom contributed to yet another successful year for SAC. T h e r e ' s only one place for this dedicated group to go — UP!

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F I R S T R O W : S u e L a n g e j a n s , B e t h F r e n c h , Angie G r o c h o w s k i , G w e n Miller, Janilyn B r o u w e r . S E C O N D R O W : Donald Williams, Scott Wolterink, Mark C o l t e r j o h n , Mike F r e n c h , Ron B o a r d w a y .

FIRST R O W : J e n n y S h a r p , D e b W h e e l e r , B e t h a n y V a n D u y n e , S u s a n Bosch, S u e Beswick, K a r e n B e c k e r , J a n e C u s t e r . S E C O N D R O W : J o h n Delger, Blaine N e w h o u s e , Dirk V e r m e u l e n , Mark Kuiper, D a v e Brat, Scott G e l a n d e r , T e d B e n j a m e n .


F I R S T R O W : J a n i c e Young, S u e W a t e r s , Lisa T h o m s o n , Kristen T a g g , Julie Zwerink, Carol D e J o n g e , Esther S h u m a k e r , B r e n d a , Marji Lindner. S E C O N D R O W : Kevin L a r g e , Scott V a n d e r s t o e p , Kristen K l a a r e n , D a v e Angus, K a r e n H e n d e r l o n g , N a m e unavailable, Kathy G e a r r y - P i k k a r t , S a n d y J u d s o n , Doug Beck. T H I R D R O W : Ron Kyle, Dan V e r m e e r , C h u c k G r e e n , Dan Socall, Ron B o a r d w a y , A n n e t t e Kingsland, W e n d y C a m p b e l l , Connie K r a m e r , J e n i s e Brown, S t e v e S t r o e s s n e r .

FIRST ROW: Jim Kleckner, Sevim Kilic. S E C O N D R O W : R e n a V a n R e n t e r g h e m , S t e v e Mork, Mike Wedlock, Heidi Clark, Matt Brown, Cindy Hollenbeck, Glenn G r e v e n s t u k , Mike Glavonovich, D o u g Motry, D a v e H e y b o e r , Tim C h a s e , J o n Meyer.


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Sharon Mahood Cyndi N y k a m p Heidi Bussies Phyllis P a t n o t t John Patnott Megan Patnott Julie Maire Amy Dokter Susheela Suess Angie G r o c h a w s k i S t e v e Mork C a m McCauley C o r e e n Bellows Kim W a l k e r Carole DeJonge Cindy T i m m e r e n Donna deForest Amy Hathaway Vicki MacKinnon Heather Jacob T a m m y Taylor S a r a Schmidt C a t h y Minger

N a n c y Hendrixon MaryAnn Emerson Priscilla B a y e r S t a n Foster Matt S t e g e n g a Bruce J o h n s t o n Becky T h o m p s o n Randy Johnson Kirk Brumels Dean Warren Chris Banyai Mary O o m k e s Rich M u e n g e r Ruth Daily Sybil Babinski Brenda Phelps Michele W o r k m a n Hope Joyce Lisa Tjolker Sigrid H e u s e r Heidi McNutt J u d i Dragt

Lorinda Mager Heidi G a d d e Jean DeKoekKoek J o h n Engle Chris Bluhm Cal W a r r e n L e e Veldhoff Paul Ritsema Trent Walker P e t e Tilden Duke Burdette D a v e Lein Nick Petrovich Julie Zuwerink Laura Saxma Neal S o b a n i a Rita Hines K a r e n Visscher Marji Lindner Ted Benjamin T h e r e s a Vanlstendal Mark Bradley

Don H o u s e n g a Jenny Phelps Jim Kleckner Pauly H o u s e n g a Larry B r o u w e r Keith Nelson Karen H e n d e r l o n g Kris Williams John Buchanan Kelly Stair Pete deMoya Bryan Etchynson Tim Atkinson Dwight T e n H u i s e n J o Kleis S u s a n Koetsier J o h n Kleis J o h n Delger Curt Blankespoor Taylor Holbrook C a t h y Holbrook Matt V a n l s t e n d a l


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F I R S T R O W ; Brian Daley. Alan D e a t o n Mike (The Ghoul) Will, Buckster N e u d e c k , John VanHeest SECOND ROW: John Krosher, A r d e n B a l k e m a , Brooks B e j s o v e c Dan O'Neill, Jim (The Wall) W a l t e r s .

Hope College Barbell Club Membership: 175-200 men and women Purpose: To foster the sport of bodybuilding, powei lifting, and strength training on H o p e ' s campus. Home: Basement of Kollen Hall We have one of the finest free weight facilities for a college as small as Hope. Membership: O p e n to all H o p e students, alumni, and employees of H o p e College. Provide: Lifting seminars for beginning lifters. Some of our Functions: Attend and participate in body building and powerlifting competitions. Fee: $ 3 0 . 0 0 per year, $ 2 5 . 0 0 per semester. We are different from most clubs on campus because the members of the club own the equipment. Officers: Le DuShane — President Vince Borass — Vice President Brian Pereira — Secretary

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F I R S T R O W S t u a r t S h a r p David Misner, P e t e r Yoshonis. S E C O N D R O W : Melodie C o o k , Cynthia T u s c h , J e n n y S c h a k e l , Elizabeth Bass, Trina Light, Angela C a r e y ; Rachel K a m p s , Mary Alice Smith, Hiro O n o d e r a , Michelle H o u v e n e r . T H I R D R O W : Mark Bradley, Knighten Smit, Kimberly King, Amy Martin, J e n n i f e r P h e l p s , David Bright, Isaac Kist, B e r n d B r a n d l e , David W i d m e r .


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1985-86 was a banner year for Hope College Radio. W T H S went on the air on S e p t e m b e r 27, 1 9 8 6 for the first time as a fullfledged FM open-air station. The opening weekend was filled with special events as the station kicked off its yet-to-be written broadcast history. Through the year the staff worked long hours to produce a quality sound rivaling that of any commercial station in the area. The response from listeners has been encouraging as the station fulfills its purpose as an alternative source for the Hope College community. WTHS-FM is looking forward to many more years of service to H o p e and Holland and would like to thank everyone who m a d e our success this year possible. Thanks for your support and k e e p your dial set to 8 9 . 9 FM!


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Jeff Corney, Marcia S a y e r , J e n nifer Maas, Kristy R u m e r y , W e n dy West

This year's O p u s staff worked hard to bring literary events to the student body. They presented readings by students and professors on a number of different topics (i.e.: transitions and the twilight zone), authors and poets.

The staff's proudest contributions were the spring and fall magazines, featuring H o p e students' writings and artwork. It was exciting for O p u s to give our peers the chance for publication and recognition on campus for their creativity.

Continuing the tradition started by Phil Tanis and Greg Olgers, Lou Valantasis (the Quiet One) and Kirk Kraetzer (Chief Muckraker) tripped and lumbered their way through another year of the Anchor, showcasing a stunning variety of topics, such as "Alcohol" Awareness Week Protest Rallies, the Maas Center not being finished. Congress debating South Africa, Ramin Ahmadi attacking everyone who breathes, Anti-Apartheid protests, the new library, homosexual support groups, further tuition hikes, Murry dying and Barry being reborn, W T H S getting it on. Congress debating whether to debate South Africa, everyone attacking Ramin, full accreditation for the nursing program, and the continuing incompleteness of the Maas Center. ("It'll get done. Soon. We promise. Very soon. Two months. Tops. Soon.") Aiding, abetting, and occasionally hampering the intrepid duo were: Libby Bryson and Jill Manor — the first one fled and the second came, and the twain shall never meet. Dave Carmer — intrepid Entertainment Editor, who braved the storms of controversy . to continue the subliminal Freshman .each and every week. Dave Davis — the Ad Manager that knew no equal. Dave Hepenstal — another intrepid Entertainment Editor. Lisa Jurries — yet a third intrepid Entertainment Editor (just kidding); in reality, an impertinent, boundlessly enthusiastic Sports Editor who really knew about all the different 'balls at Hope College. Todd VerBeek — turncoat Inklings editor, former photo phreak and full time weddler. John P. Engel — second semester photo phreak and part time weddler. Barb Newman — the Business Manager who knew her figures. Paul Baker — the original Business Manager who knew who had the real power on staff. K. C. Harter — "Kirk, something's wrong with the typesetter again." Jocelyn Jonikas — the Unseen Typist. J o a n Weisenberger — the only person on earth willing to type Anchor articles at 2 in the morning. Lisa Boss — never afraid to let the editors know who was the boss in the office. Phil Tanis — special projects editor, ad manager, consulting editor, city councilman who filled in for S u p e r m a n one day last J a n u a r y and got death threats sent to him for his blatant capitalist tendencies. Greg Olgers — the masthead man. Or not. And so, the Anchor ambles on. The Grand adventure ain't over y e t . . .

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F I R S T R O W ; Elizabeth Wilson, B r e n d a S w a n s o n , Kim Waldorf, Dirk W e e l d r e y e r , Mike Kossen, Chris Brown, Mark McDowell. S E C O N D R O W ; Mark B r a d l e y , Cindy Nise, F o r r e s t H o o v e r , Beth DeNicola, T o m Glass, Janilyn B r o u w e r , T h e r e s a M c P h e r s o n , Emily Burris, S u e L a n g e j a n s . T H I R D R O W ; David White, Chris Pinderski, S a n d y Schweitzer, Liz O'Neill, Marji Lindner, T o d d V e r B e e k , P e t e r Estell, J o e H a v e n a a r , K a r e n H e n d e r l o n g , D o u g Beck.


MILESTONE

Dwight T e n H u i s e n , Beth G l o e c k e r , L e e A n n Wojcinski, S u e L o o m a n , S t e p h a n i e D a w s o n

This year's Milestone staff was one of the most dedicated and creative groups to develop the yearbook in quite sometime. Week after week, they showed up for twice weekly meetings offering ideas and willing to draw a layout or two. Their perseverance paid off and can be seen while flipping through the pages. Special thanks are in order for all those who worked, in some manner, on the book this year, especially: Sue Langejans, our administrative contact who was always offering an encouraging word; Tom Renner and the College Relations Office for our information and missing pictures; Craig Talsma and Taylor Publishing Company for their efforts in helping make it a reality; Mary Kay Tandoi and Varden Studios for the Senior portraits and underclass groups; John Armstrong and photographers whose excellent photography and darkroom diligence grace these pages; Dwight TenHuisen, assistant editor, etc. who doesn't want to see another sports page; Beth Gloeckler, friend and confidante who was always willing to work at any time; Sue Looman, her fingers typed week after week; Steffany Dawson who came every meeting ready to work, and Brian Haskin whose ideas early remained intact. A very special thanks to my roommates who had to answer all those phone calls, try to find me when I was hiding away in the office, and whatever else kept me away. Thanks to the students, I hope you find yourself somewhere within these pages. Thanks for your smiles and frowns seen here. Enjoy.

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A Note From T h e Darkroom: Now that all the pictures are printed and piled up in the office, I would like to take a minute to thank all those individuals who m a d e the yearbook a reality. First and foremost to LeeAnn whose unfailing dedication to the book, and incredible patience with my missing deadlines, I m o r e than appreciate. To all the photographers who donated their time and talent including: Peter Idema, Steve Voci, Dave Ross, Brian Greene, Jon Hoffman, Kevin Large, Del Todd, and Eric Stockhoff. And 1 apologize to those whose pictures I did not have to put in the book. A special thanks to Gary Reynolds, who, without his influence some years ago, I may never have picked up a camera, and whose help in the darkroom in the past two years has allowed the book to be finished. Thanks to the staff for putting up with meetings with no pictures, d u e to my not having them done, and much thanks to Tom Renner and those in College Relations who graciously gave of those pictures which we didn't have. Good luck to all you seniors who are moving on, and to everyone who has more time to put in, we'll see you in the fall. Sincerely, John Armstrong

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F I R S T R O W : D a n Stegink, Eric S h u g a r s , S t e v e S c h a d l e r , Dan Y a u n g , D a v e H o f m a n , J i m Kleckner, Chris Brown, T r e v o r G e r s c h , Mike Pikkart, Mark B r a d l e y , C h i p D u F o r d , Tim M o h n e y . S E C O N D R O W : J a m e s R a f f e r t y , S t e v e R a l p h , S t e v e P a u l s e n , Bob W u e r t e l , P e t e Weidenfeller, Jeff J o h n s o n . Bill V a n F a a s e n , Matt D e G o o y e r , Brain Bartels, Tim C o t t e r , Darrin McCollough, D o u g V a n D y k e n .

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F I R S T R O W : Moose. S E C O N D R O W : Scott V o e t , Brian Breen, Ray Woo, Bruce K u t s c h e , G e o r g e , Dan Boerigter, D a v e Keough. T H I R D R O W : Scott B u r m e s t e r , P e r r y Sebring, H e n r y G e n t e n a a r , Marv Baldwin, Chris Dennis, Bob Ingham. F O U R T H R O W : Kreig Kuiper, Mike W i e r s m a , Tim V a n d e r M e l , S t e v e C r a m e r . P h o t o : P a u l Ritsema, T o d d V a n B e m m e l e n , Chris V a n W i e r e n , Marcel Sales, Jeff H a r d e n , Jim B u r s m a , F I F T H R O W : Ken A r t h u r s , Eric L a r s o n , Tim Kleyla, Jim V a n E e n e n a a m , J o h n W y m a , T o m B o w e r , Eric Tooley, Phil H y u n , J o n D e V o o g d , T o m B e c k e r , Tim N e w b e r g , Kraig Peterson.


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The MIAA football race went to the wire with a possibility for a three-way tie. H o p e battled Albion to a scoreless tie in the final weekend to place a close third (3-1-1; 5-3-1 overall). H o p e landed six players on the All-MIAA first team. Tackle Dirk VerMeulen, also voted the Most Valuable Defensive Player; defensive lineman Blaine Newhouse; defensive end Tim Hansen; back Tom VanderKlay; running back Todd Stewart, and tackle Dave Harrold were

the honorees. Four players were also named to the second team. They included: Andy Thorpe, Bill Vanderbilt, Chris Mendels, and Dave Bolhuis. Dirk VerMeulen has also been voted a firstteam NCAA Division 111 All-American by the Football News. T e a m honors went to Dirk VerMeullen, Most Valuable Player, and Dale Deloy, recipient of the Allen C. Kinney award for maximum overall contribution to the football program.


Throughout the year several H o p e players were selected as Players of the Week. On the offensive end Ken Trumble and Bill Vanderbilt were recipients while on the defensive end, Tim Hansen and Blaine Newhouse received honors.

1. T o d d S t e w a r t shows his value as he iunges for a t o u c h d o w n . 2. Doug C o o p e r and J o n Dezelsky try to k e e p w a r m while sitting the bench d u e to injuries. 3. Dan Stid l e a v e s the field a f t e r stopping a C a r t h a g e drive. 4 Flexibility pr ovides a d d e d d e f e n s e as d e m o n s t r a t e d by Tim H a n s e n . 5. Fullback, G a r y Kuczynski p u s h e s a h e a d to get the n e e d e d y a r d a g e .

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The 1 9 8 5 Flying Dutchmen Soccer team moved up a notch in the MIAA standings placing third with a 7-5-0 record (9-8-1 overall). Though they finished higher in the league, they broke their string of eight consecutive 10-win seasons. The Dutchmen were coached this season by Todd Kamstra, a former H o p e player and assistant coach the past two seasons. , Led by Kevin Benham, three-time all MIAA fullback, the Dutchmen placed a number of players on the all-conference team. Jerry Nyanor and Dan Fead joined Benham on the first t e a m while Ron Girardi, J u d d Effinger and

Mark Rebhan comprised the second team. Benham was also voted the Most Valuable Player in the MIAA for the second year in-a-row. T e a m honors went to Kevin Benham as the most valuable player, Scott Ellingson was chosen the most improved player. Voted the most inspirational player was Judd Efinger. There were two season highlights and both belong to Jerry Nyanor. Jerry tied the school record for goals in a season with eighteen and he set the school record for goals in league games with fifteen to surpass the previous high of twelve.

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Under new coach Andrea Dahl, the Flying Dutch field hockey t e a m finished with a 3-121 overall record. In the M1AA, the Dutch record was 2-5-0 for fifth place. Also new to the schedule this year is the MIAA format. Instead of the home-and-away format of the past, league t e a m s played each other only once before an MIAA tournament held at the end of the season.

The Dutch also had the opportunity to host the Midwest Invitational which included several Michigan teams as well as WisconsinStevens Point, Ohio Wesleyan, and Kenyon. Senior Annette VanEngen was voted the Most Valuable player on the t e a m while Sue Walter was chosen the Most Improved. Voted the Most Valuable Player in the jayvee program was Sue Koetsier.

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The H o p e College Flying Dutch started their MIAA volleyball season on the right foot as they beat Albion in straight sets but struggled through the rest of their MIAA season. They finished fourth in the MIAA with a 5-7 record. Their overall record of 15-14 left them hovering over the .500 mark. Outside the MIAA, the Dutch scored an impressive victory in the Great Lakes Colleges T o u r n a m e n t beating five

t e a m s to take the title. In the Michigan-Midwest Invitational the Dutch didn't fare as well. After winning the first two matches, the Dutch bowed to league opponent Adrian and had a tough time getting back on course. Jill Vredevelt was elected the most valuable player on the t e a m while Laree VanderWege was voted the most improved.

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The Men's Cross Country team started their season with a bang and never looked back. After winning the H o p e Invitational, they placed no lower than third in any invitational. In the MiAA, H o p e strode to victory in each dual meet as Lyndsey Dood once again went "undefeated. At the NCAA Division III Great Lakes Regional, H o p e finished third, just short of qualifying for Nationals as a team. Dood represented the Dutchmen at the NCAA Divi-

sion III Nationals in Atlanta and placed 36th out of 184. When the All-Conference was announced, it was no surprise to see three Dutchmen harriers. Dood was voted the Most Valuable Runner in the MIAA as well as on the team. Joining Dood on the All-Conference t e a m were Kevin Cole and Randy Johnson. John McElwee was elected the Most Improved.

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When the dust cleared and the scores were totaled, the Dutch harriers had run away with a victory in the H o p e Invitational. The Dutch surprises didn't end there. Throughout the season, the balanced Dutch lineup was evident as four different runners won races. The Dutch met their toughest competition at the M1AA Championship Meet, as they had beaten the past 'league winner Alma earlier in the season. The Dutch ran well and came up with the victory while placing four harriers on the A11-M1AA t e a m . Dana Barsness, T e r e s a C h e e t h a m , Sue

DeSanctis, and Tauna J e c m e n all received such honors. Barsness was also voted the Most Valuable Runner on the t e a m with Cheetham named the Most Improved. As the Dutch p r e p a r e d to compete at the NCAA Division 111 Great Lakes Regional, they hoped to run well and improve individual times, but what they c a m e out with was a First Place finish. The Dutch stunned a number of people, including themselves, but they had come ready to run.

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F I R S T R O W ; T e r e s a C h e e t h a m , Melissa Fleming, Karol T r o u p e , T a m m y Taylor, D a n a Barsness, D e b B u r d a , T a u n a J e c m e n , K a r e n P a n s e . S E C O N D R O W : c o a c h Bill Vanderbilt, D e b H e y d e n b u r g , S u e DeSanctis.


By placing first at the Regionals, the Dutch were headed to Atlanta as a team. Unfortunately, injuries beset the Dutch as they p r e p a r e d for the NCAA Division III Nationals. Karen Panse was unable to run and Dana Barsness was questionable. The Dutch ran courageously but were h a m p e r e d by the loss of their runners, finishing twelfth. With only one harrier graduating, look forward to the Dutch doing well again next year.

1. Diane U n d e r w o o d c o n c e n t r a t e s on the remaining p a r t of the c o u r s e . 2. T h e Dutch show their t e a m w o r k . 3. Always watchful of the c h a n g e in terrain. 4. H o p e College — the l e a d e r of the p a c k . 5. Drafting helps out her fellow r u n n e r s . 6. K a r e n Gingras-Hoekstra excels at yet a n o t h e r sport. 7. T a u n a J e c m e n struggles against herself and w e a t h e r .

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A young, inexperienced men's basketball squad took the floor for H o p e College. After starting the season with two tough, one point losses, the Dutchmen pulled together to compile a 15-9 record overall, 8-4 in the Ml A A good for second place, H o p e took the road to participate in two different tournaments. In the Wooster, Ohio T o u r n a m e n t , H o p e finished second and in the Whittier, California Tournament they placed third. To avenge an earlier

loss to Calvin, at Calvin, Hope poured it on to beat Calvin at home before a packed Civic Center to highlight their season. During the season, Jim Klunder was selected Player of the Week in the M1AA even though he did not start a single game this season. Matt Hester was honored by being named to the all-MlAA first team as well as being voted the most valuable player on the team. The most improved player was Matt Strong.

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1 H o p e p o u n d s a n o t h e r o p p o n e n t . 2. Matt H e s t e r grabs a r e b o u n d for the D u t c h m e n . 3. S t e v e Majerle leads the D u t c h m e n f r o m the point. 4. Bill Vanderbilt rips down a n o t h e r r e b o u n d . 5. S t e v e Majerle a n d Scott G e l a n d e r c e l e b r a t e a victory over Calvin. 6. FIRST R O W ; E q u i p m e n t m a n a g e r N o r m J a p i n g a , trainer Rich Ray, Ralph Gilles, T o d d M a r s m a n , Matt H e s t e r , T o m Livingston, Matt Strong. S E C O N D R O W : assistant c o a c h Matt Neil, assistant c o a c h T o m D a v e l a a r , c o a c h Glenn V a n W i e r e n , S t e v e Majerle, Jim Klunder, Ron Winoweicki, G r e g Mitchell, Scott G e l a n d e r , Time Dennison, m a n a g e r S t e v e Zylman, Bill Vanderbilt. 7. Matt H e s t e r shows determination and concentration a r e t h e n a m e of t h e g a m e . 8. T h e D u t c h m e n s c r a m b l e on d e f e n s e .

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1. Matt S t r o n g p l a y s a controlled o f f e n s e against Calvin. 2. Jim Klunder lays o n e u p a n d in. 3. Bill Vanderbilt p l a y s the offensive b o a r d s . 4. FIRST R O W : J o n H e n d r i c k s o n , Dan Olson, c o a c h Matt Neil, J a c k H o l m a n , Keith S t e w a r t . S E C O N D R O W : T o d d Rose, Ken H o b b s , R o g e r Veldman, T o d d Ponstein, Rob Olson, m a n a g e r Mike Perkins, D a v e V e r M e u l e n , Tim V a n L i e r e . 5. G r e g Mitchell g u a r d s Alma's Mike Harrison. 6. T h e c h e e r l e a d e r s climb to g r e a t e r heights. 7. G O H O P E ! 8. Scott G e r l a n d e r lets a n o t h e r one fly. 9. T h e c h e e r l e a d e r s s u p p o r t the D u t c h m e n at Kalamazoo.


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All-Academic team, the all-MlAA first team for the third year in a row, player of the week in the M1AA, and the co-most valuable player on the t e a m along with Paula Recknagel. GingrasHoekstra also set records for number of free throws (78) and total points in one season (366). DeeAnn Knoll was also named a player of the week as well as setting single season records for the most field goals m a d e (160), field goal p e r c e n t a g e (.576) and number of rebounds (244).

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Sheri Hofmaster was selected as the most improved player while Beth Beachum was the recipient of the Barbara Ellen Geeting Memorial award for maximum overall contribution to the team. One unusual event of the season was the g a m e against Albion College which was interrupted by the train derailment. The Dutch were down 40-26 but when the game was resumed two days later the Dutch turned the tables to win 83-78 in overtime. The event also m a d e news when it was featured in the Scoreboard section of Sports Illustrated.

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T h e Flying Dutchmen Men's Swimming T e a m broke a fourteen year old Kalamazoo stronghold of the M1AA. Opening the MIAA season against Kalamazoo's 9 8 straight league dual meet victories, the p u m p e d - u p Dutchmen swam to a strong victory (67-46). Overall, the t e a m was 7-2 (5-0 in the MIAA for first place). In the MIAA Championship Meet, it came down to the final event — the 400-yard freestyle relay. T h e Dutchmen set an MIAA record finishing with a clocking of 3 : 1 0 . 1 1 to

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Rob Peel also swam to Ail-American status in three events. For the second year in a row, Pete Tilden was voted the most valuable swimmer in the M1AA. Rob Peel was selected the most valuable swimmer on the m e n ' s team while Pete Tilden was the recipient of a new award based on overall contributions to the team. 1 Marcel S a l e s pr ovides d e p t h in t h e butterfly. 2. P e t e Tilden " f l y s " during the individual Medley. 3. P r e p a r a t i o n for the upcoming r a c e is vital. 4. Ail-American Rob Peel c h e c k s out his time in the 5 0 - y a r d Freestyle.

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Hope College c a p p e d its most successful season ever in women's swimming by finishing sixth in the NCAA Division III National Championships. All-American honors went to Jennifer Straley (three individual events and two relays), Shelly Russell (three individual events and two relays), Connie Kramer (two relays), Kaarli Bergman (one relay), and Karen Rubin (6ne relay). In the M1AA the Dutch were 5-0 (7-1 overall) for first place (the seventh year in a row). Jennifer Straley was voted the most valuable swimmer in the M1AA. Joining her on

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the All-Conference team were Martha Camp, J a n e Houting, Connie Kramer, Karla Koops, and Shelly Russell. Kramer was named the most valuable swimmer on the team for the third year in a row while Straley was voted the most dedicated for the second time. School records for the Dutch were set in the 400-yard Medley Relay; 100, 1000, and 1,650-yard Freestyle; 200-yard Butterfly; 100 and 200yard Backstroke; 4 0 0 and 800-yard Freestyle Relays; One Meter Diving (dual); and Three Meter Diving (championship).

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An 18-16 record overall, a 9-3 record in the M1AA for first place, and a spring record of 3-9 were all accomplishments of the baseball t e a m under first-year coach Bob Johnston. A number of new records were also established this season. Tom Bylsma set season records for most hits (43) and total bases (65), while Jim Klunder set one for RBl's (40). C a r e e r marks were also in batting a v e r a g e Tom Bylsma,

(.363), hits (Bylsma, 111), triples (Bylsma, 9), total bases (Bylsma, 177), RBl's (Bylsma, 81), and pitching victories (John Klunder, 22). John Klunder posted a 6-0 record against league opponents to be named the most valuable player in the M1AA. He was also voted the most valuable player on the team. Tom Bylsma was named to the college division Academic AilAmerican baseball first team.


1. J o h n Klunder pitches during the spring w a r m - u p . 2. Beth Gloeckler a n d L e e Ann Wojcinski k e p t s c o r e and a n n o u n c e d for the D u t c h m e n this s e a s o n . 3. S t e v e S o m m e r s r o u n d s third to s c o r e a n o t h e r H o p e run. 4. First b a s e m a n , Jeff N e u d e c k , holds the Albion r u n n e r on first. 5 J o h n Klunder strikes out a n o t h e r b a t t e r . 6. Chris Mendels holds back from a ball. 7. Jeff N e u d e c k p l a y e d excellent d e f e n s e for t h e D u t c h m e n .

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The Flying Dutch Softball team struggled through a tough season finishing with a 13-20 record overall; 3-7 in the M1AA to finish in a tie for fourth place. Dianne Brown and Barb Gras were both named to the All-MIAA softball i team. Gras led the M1AA in hitting as she batted .424. DeeAnn Knoll established a new MIAA record for stolen bases with ten. She also stole a school-record 29 bases in 3 0 attempts.


1. T r a c e y Barnhill s c o o p s one u p for the Dutch. 2. A n n e t t e V a n E n g e n , a solid c a t c h e r , p r e p a r e s to p l a c e the tag at h o m e p l a t e . 3. R h o n d a B u c h a n a n pitches a n o t h e r g a m e . 4. Amy Warriner runs the ball in. 5. Diane Vos m a k e s a good running catch.

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The w o m e n ' s tennis team finished the season with a 10-2 overall record. In the MIAA, they were 4-1 for second place. At the MIAA Tournament, they placed second to MIAA champion Kalamazoo. Colleen Sandro defeated nationally ranked Linda Topolsky of Kalamazoo to win # 1 singles. Sandro was selected as the most valuable player of the t e a m as well as in the MIAA. She was also invited to c o m p e t e in the NCAA Division III national w o m e n ' s tennis

championships where she advanced all the way to the semifinals. Sue Christian was named the most improved player while Kim Baxter received the league Sue Little Sportsmanship award and was voted to the All-MIAA team. Baxter captured the second flight singles crown. Beth Post and Karen Visscher won the second flight doubles championship at the league meet.

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After seventeen events and entering the day's final race — the mile relay — H o p e and Calvin were tied at 151 points. T h e winner of the relay would win the Field Day trophy and gain the seasonal championship since Albion, Calvin, and H o p e had tied in the dual meet standings with 4-1 records. Calvin led the relay ^hrough the first three exchanges and entering the last lap H o p e was five yards behind in third placc. T h a t ' s when Rob Appell took over. The stalwart of the t e a m throughout his career, he was not to be denied in his final collegiate race

as he reeled off a :49.2 quarter mile to beat Calvin to the t a p e . Appell was voted the league's most valuable male trackster for the third year in a row. Kevin Cole, Lindsey Dood, Craig Kingma, and Mike Percy joined Appell on the All-MIAA team. Appell was voted the most valuable trackman in m e n ' s track. John Groeneveld qualified for the NCAA Division 111 National Championship meet with a throw of 197-0' in the javelin. Jim DeWitt set a school record in the shot put with a toss of 49-51/2'.

F I R S T R O W Craig Kingma, Scott Barton, W e s C e e l e y , Dennis Munson, G a r y Kuczynski, Kevin Cole, J o h n McElwee, R a n d y J o h n s o n . S E C O N D R O W : J o h n Higuchi, D r e w Kromminga, Randy Schregardus, Kurt S t e g e n g a , Mike B r e d e w e g , Darrell H o a g , W e s W o o l e y , S a m N e d e a u , L y n d s e y Dood. T H I R D ROW: Coach Gordon Brewer, Dave Hilpp, Richard B o u r n e , Jim DeWitt, Jeff Countois, T o d d Rose, Scott S c h a a f , J o h n G r o e n e v e l d , Rob Appell, T o d d Kuiper, c o a c h Rusty DeVette, distance coach Tim Schipper

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Cindy Abel Art History Cupertino, CA

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Craig Ackermann Business A d m i n i s t r a t i o n P a r c h m e n t , MI

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Matthew Anderson English East Lansing, MI


Tim Atkinson Business Administration Utica, MI

Marian Aydelotte Biology Wilmette, 1L K a p p a Delta Chi, C h a p e l Choir, Tri-Beta —

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Sybil Babinski Bus. A d . / E c o n Hamilton, Ml

Patricia Bartels Psych./Soc. Zeeland, MI

Carol Bast Flossmoor, IL

Priscilla Bayer L a n g u a g e Arts C o m p o s i t e G r a n d Rapids, MI Nykerk, Creative Worship College Chorus, RA

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Karen Becker Elem. E d u c a t i o n H o l l a n d , MI Pull, RA, N y k e r k , Delta Phi, Cheerleading, Homecoming and MayDay Court

H e a t h e r Beck Nursing M u s k e g o n , Ml

C o r e e n Bellows Biology E a t o n R a p i d s , Ml

Kevin B e n h a m B i o l o g y / C o m p . Sci. Littleton, C O Soccer

S u s a n Beswick Bus. A d . / E n g l i s h J e n i s o n , Ml N y k e r k , Pull, Delta Phi, C h e e r l e a d i n g , IM's

Ted Benjamin Psychology Piqua, O H RA, F C A

Judith Betten Mathematics Z e e l a n d , Ml

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K a r e n Billadeau Social S t u d i e s C o m p o s i t e L o c k p o r t , 1L


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Paul Bolt Political S c i e n c e Dolton, 1L

Robert Bogner Business Administration M u s k e g o n , Ml

C l a r e n c e Born Business Administration Byron C e n t e r , MI

S u s a n Bosch Social S t u d i e s C o m p o s i t e Holland, Ml C h e e r l e a d i n g , Sigma S i g m a , May D a y C o u r t , Homecoming Queen

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Lisa Boss English Z c e l a n d , MI

Brett B o u m a Physics P a l o s Heights, IL

Gail B o w m a n Mathematics R o c h e s t e r , MI

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Marty Boysen Bus. A d . / P s y c h Middleville, MI

Barbara Bradford German Royal O a k , MI L....

Elizabeth B r a h a m Communication H i n s d a l e , IL Sibylline, N y k e r k

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Ann Bruske Nursing S a g i n a w , MI Delta Phi

Brad Brykcr Business Administration Hudsonville, MI

John Buchanan Chem./Math G r a n d R a p i d s , Ml A r c a d i a n , Pull, F C S , Chemistry Club

Libby B r y s o n Comm./Psych. S p r i n g L a k e , Ml Nykerk, Sigma Sigma, Anchor, College Chorus

D e n i s e Buist Nursing K e n t w o o d . Ml

Mike Bullard Bus. A d . / P o l i . Sci. St. J o s e p h , MI

K a r e n Buiter S p e c . E d . / L e a r n i n g Dis G r a n d R a p i d s , Ml

David B u r d e t t e Biology Lowell, Ml Tri-Beta, AED, M o r t a r B o a r d

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217


Heidi Bussies Bus. A d . / E n g Jenison, MI

Timothy B u r t r u m Business Administration Flushing, MI

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Kim C a s e y P s y c h . / B u s . Ad. Glen C o v e , NY

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Patricia C o n w a y Business Administration G r a n d Rapids, MI

Mary Cooley Psychology Ann Arbor, Ml Sigma Sigma


Stephen Cramer Business A d m i n i s t r a t i o n A d a , MI Fraternal

Andrea Grossman Business Administration Holland, MI

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Andrew Cummins Physics A n n A r b o r , MI

J a n e Custer S p e c . E d . / L e a r n i n g Dis H a m i l t o n , MI Delta Phi

Thomas Dammer Chemistry K a l a m a z o o , Ml C h a p e l Choir

C a r o l y n De Bliek Business Administration Midland, MI

Francis D e c k Physics/Math T r e n t o n , MI

Donna deForest French S c h e n e c t a d y , NY RA, Sibylline, FCS, F C A , F r e n c h Club, N y k e r k , M o r t a r b o a r d , Pi Mu Epsilon

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219


J o h n Dclger Religion P o r t a g e , MI Arcadian

Karl DeLooff Political Science Jenison, MI

Dale Deloy Mathematics Port H u r o n , MI Arcadian

Kevin D e m e r s Concord, NH Soccer

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Brent D e t e r s Communication Holland, MI FCS, V e s p e r s , Business Club


Kimberly D c V r o u Nursing Middleville, MI

Lisa D e V r i e s French G r a n d R a p i d s , Ml

Robin DeWitt P s y c h . / B u s . Ad. Ridgewood, NJ Sigma Sigma

Kurt D o e d e n Physics G r a n d R a p i d s , MI

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LeRoi D u S h a n e Barbell C l u b

B r u c e Dorr Chem./Bio. F a r m i n g t o n Hills, MI Cosmopolitan, Mortar Board, Judical Board, Student Standing and Appeals

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D a w n a Dziedzic S p e c . E d . / L e a r n i n g Dis. Holland, MI

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221


Lynn Eickhoff Phys. E d . / S p e c Ed Emot Imp. M e n d e n , Ml

J u d d Efinger Geology Old S a y b r o o k , C T Soccer

J a n e Ekleberry Bus. A d . / G e r m a n J a c k s o n , Ml T e n n i s , G e r m a n Club, Big B r o t h e r / B i g Sister, N y k e r k , K a p p a Delta Chi

L a u r e y Ellertson Communication New Concord, O H K a p p a Delta Chi, RA, F C A

Mike Ellis C o m . S c i . / B u s . Ad. Holland, Ml Emersonian

Scott Ellingson English E a g a n , MN Arcadian, Soccer

Kelly Ensing L a n g u a g e Arts C o m p o s i t e Grandville, Ml Delta Phi

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T i m o t h y Estell C o m p u t e r Science Lansing, Ml A n c h o r , Alpha Phi O m e g a


N a n c e Evans C o m p u t e r Science South H a v e n , Ml Pull, N y k e r k , FCA, PCS, D o r m Council

K a r e n Euson Humanities G a i t h e r s b u r g , MD Milestone, A n c h o r , N y k e r k

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Lisa E v e r s Biology H a r t , Ml S t u d e n t C o n g r e s s , Tri B e t a , Nykerk

Dan F e a d Econ / B u s . Ad Englcwood, C O Sailing Club, Ski Club, S o c c e r , F C A , D J , Milestone

Kevin Fischer Arts Elmhurst, IL T r a c k , IM's, Senior Art S h o w

Greg Feenstra R e l . / P s y c h . Soc H o l l a n d , MI

Philip Fl s h m a n Religion G r a n d Rapids, Ml

Michclle Folkert Business Administration Holland, Ml

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223


Teri Forth Chemistry N o r t h S y r a c u s e , NY Sigma Sigma

P e t e r Follett Business Administration H o l l a n d , Ml

Mm Jennifer Fouse Psychology O l m s t e d Falls, O H C h a p e l Choir, World H u n g e r C o m m i t t e e , W o m e n ' s Issues, Psi Chi

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Jodi Foutch Business Administration Holland, MI Sigma Sigma

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D a v e Fritts Psych./Physics Annandale, VA

Greg Fuchs Business Administration Wheaton, O H FCA, Soccer, Arcadian

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Lois F u r r y Engl./Comm. T e c u m s o h , Ml

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Matthew Gehring Business Administration Midland, MI


T a m a r a Gcib Nursing Holland, Ml

Sheila Gendich Biology R o c h e s t e r , Ml W o m e n ' s Soccer, Milestone, AED, U p w a r d Bound

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Paula Gikas Psych./Soc. Comp./Psych. Ann Arbor, MI Sigma Sigma

Richard Gersch Bus. A d . / E c o n . G r o s s e Pointe, Ml

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Kathy Gloeckler Health Recreation Chesterland, OH Nykerk, H E P

T r a c y Grandstaff Communication Kalamazoo, Ml DJ

Robert Gold Business Administration Wychkoff, NJ

Jim Gray Communication Rochester, NY Arcadian, Dance and T h e a t r e Productions

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225


Pamela Gregory Humanities Royal O a k s , Ml P e p B a n d , Higher Horizons, Sibylline, N y k e r k , Special Ed. Ministries

Brian G r e e n e C o m p u t e r Science G r a n d R a p i d s , MI Milestone

P a u l Greij C o m p u t e r Science Holland, Ml

Glenn G r e v e n s t u k Chemistry Plainwell, Mi Chemistry Club

Larry Grimm Communication R o c k f o r d , MI

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Daniel Griswold Religion N e w Brunswick, N J Symphonette

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Ted Grund Bus. A d . / H i s t F r e m o n t , MI Baseball


Anita G u n n e m a n Nursing Fort W a y n e , IN

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Susan Hahnenkratt K a p p a Delta Chi

B r u c e Hall Business Administration W y o m i n g , Ml Sailing Club, F C A

Michelle H a r d e r Psych. Stevensville, MI C h a p e l Choir

P e g g y Hallacy Psych./Soc. Com. H o l l a n d , MI N y k e r k , Delta Phi

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Linda H a r d i n S p e c . E d . / L e a r n i n g Dis. G r o s s e P o i n t e S h o r e s , MI C h a p e l Choir

Leslie H a r l a n Psychology B e a v e r Falls, P A Delta Phi, RA, F C A , Field Hockey, Anchor, Student C o n g r e s s , Y o u n g Life

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Karen Henderlong Math/Psych. R o g e r s City, MI RA, N y k e r k

Daniel H e n s l e y Communication B a n g o r , Ml

Susan Hendrickson

G r e g g Herin Business Administration S h e l b y , MI

Susan Herwig English R a n c h o S a n t e Fe, C A

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Craig H e r m a n Business Administration G r a n d R a p i d s , MI

Matthew Hester Chemistry G a l e s b u r g , MI O r c h e s t r a , C h e m i s t r y Club, Basketball, M o r t a r B o a r d , Symphonette

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Darlene Hiemstra Communication Franklin L a k e , N J Sigma Sigma, DJ

Linda H i l d e b r a n d t Communication Baldwinsville, N J

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Jill H o e k s t r a Psych./Soc. Com. W h e a t o n , IL

David Hoff History Holland, MI

Timothy Hoffman C o m p . Sci./Biology Holland, Ml Track, Symphonette, Orchestra

Robert Hoke Composite Major W a y l a n d , MI Inklings, A l p h a Phi O m e g a , Pi Sigma A l p h a , College Democrats, AAC

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D o u g l a s Holm History W a t e r f o r d , MI IM's, O r c h e s t r a , Wind E n s e m b l e , J a z z B a n d , Phi Alpha Theta, Mortar Board

Kimberly Holt Psych./Soc. Comp. K e n t w o o d , MI


Jon Hook Arts S o u t h Holland, IL

Matthew Honkanen Physics St. Clair S h o r e s , MI

I Lisa H o t c h k i s s Spanish Allegan, MI Higher Horizons, U p w a r d B o u n d , IRC

Blair H o u g h Biology Allegan, MI

Rebecca Hughes Business Administration F r u i t p o r t , Ml Sigma S i g m a , G e r m a n Club, P e p B a n d , Business Club, F C A , S u n d a y Choir

Karen Huber Biology K a l a m a z o o , MI

Amy Huisken Mathematics Holland, MI

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K a r e n Hulst Psych./Soc H o l l a n d , MI


Steven Hylander Political S c i e n c e H o l l a n d , Mi

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Steven Jekel Political S c i e n c e H o l l a n d , MI DJ

Robin J o h n s o n Psych./Soc. P o n t i a c , Ml

Lisa J u r r i e s English H a m i l t o n , Ml Anchor

Jackie Juchartz French A n n A r b o r , MI

Jeff K a y e s Business Administration H o l l a n d , MI Cosmopolitan

Christine Keener History H o l l a n d , Ml World H u n g e r C o m m i t t e e , Phi A l p h a T h e t a , G l o b a l Awareness Organization

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231


M a r y Kimbell P s y c h . / P s y . Soc. C o m p . G a l e s b u r g , IL Sibylline, Volleyball

A n n e t t e Kingsland Bus. A d . / P s y c h . Alto, MI Sigma Sigma, Tennis

J o h n Kleinheksel R e l . / P s y . Soc. C o m p . Z e e l a n d , Ml F C A , M O C P , IM'S, Big Brother

J u d y Kingsley Comp. Sci./Span. J e n i s o n , Ml

Sally Kline Psy./Soc. Comp. W e s t Bloomfield, MI

J o e Klingenmeyer Business A d m i n i s t r a t i o n Holland, Ml

232

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J a n e Klingenberg Humanities Holland, MI

Janet Knutsen Music S a r a s o t a , FL


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Kathryn Kuehl Bus. A d . / G e r m a n Midland, MI

B r e n d a Kool Bus. A d . / P s y c h . Jenison, MI Delta Phi, Nykerk

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Karyn Kortering L a n g a u g e Arts C o m p . Muskegon, MI Orchestra, Symphonette

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Anne Krive Humanities North Muskegon, MI Orchestra, Symphonette

Gerald Kuiper Mathematics Jenison, Ml

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William Kutschc Biology East G r a n d Rapids, MI Fraternal, Tri Beta

Mark Kuiper Psy. Soc. C o m p . G r a n d Rapids, Ml Arcadian

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Barbara Lake English Holland, Ml

Suzanne Latham Psy. Soc. C o m p . / S o c Holland, Ml

Jocelyn Lenz Physical Education Manitou Beach, MI

Joel L e f e v e r English Holland, MI

Kelly Leutzinger Business Administration Shelby, MI Sibylline, Higher Horizons, PCS

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A n n e Lilly Spanish G r o s s e Pointe Woods, Ml


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Lynnette Lokhorst Bus. A d . / I n t l . S t u d Gahanna, OH F r e n c h Club, Delta Phi, F C S

R e b e c c a Loll Biology Hudsonville, MI

Barbara Lotterman Psychology J e n i s o n , Ml S i g m a S i g m a , Pull

Ann L o o t e n s Biology G r o s s e P o i n t e S h o r e s , MI

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235


Heather MacDonald Nursing Bloomfield Hills, Ml

Ruth Lowry Rel./Psych. R o c k f o r d , IL

Abby Madison Communication H o l l a n d , MI Sailing Club, W T H S

A n d r e a Mainardi Business Administration V a l d i d e n t r o , Italy

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David Mascotti Chemistry R e e d City, Ml

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Debra McCauley Chemistry O a k F o r e s t , IL

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Lisa M c C o r v i e International S t u d i e s Williamston, MI Field H o c k e y , IM's, RA, Sibylline


David M c W a t t e r s Composite Major G r a n d R a p i d s , Ml

Eric M e y e r Chemistry Niles City, Ml

Linda Mueller Math/Spanish Oakland, NJ N y k e r k , S A C , S p a n i s h Club, IRC, W T H S

Richard M u e n g e r Religion B e a c o n , NY

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J i m Michner Business A d m i n i s t r a t i o n Holland, MI Barbell Club, D J , IM's

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Meg Miller Communication M a c a t a w a , Ml Sigma Sigma

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237


Monika M o r s e German Hudsonville, MI N y k e r k , G e r m a n Club, Delta Phi A l p h a

Kayla Moorish Business Administration T r e n t o n , Ml

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N a n c y Mulder Business Administration St. P e t e r s b u r g , FL College C h o r u s , Wind E n s e m b l e , K a p p a Delta Chi

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Doug M y e r s Business Administration St. J o s e p h , MI T r a c k , Football


Blaine N e w h o u s e Religion Z e e l a n d , Ml F C A , Football, Wrestling

Dawn N e w h o u s e L a n g a u g e Arts C o m p o s i t e W y o m i n g . Ml

Edward Nieuwenhuis Biology Wyckoff, N J Tri-Beta

D a n a Nofz Composite C o l d w a t e r , Ml N y k e r k , C h a p e l Choir

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Tami Noorlag Psy. Soc. C o m p . R o c k f o r d , 1L Sigma S i g m a , Pull

J o h n North Composite High Falls, NY Dance Productions

Marc O ' B r i a n Comp. Sci./Math T h r e e Rivers, MI ACM, Pi Mu Epsilon

Sean O'Connor Biology River Forest, IL Pull, Tri-Beta

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Mary Oomkes Business Administration G r a n d R a p i d s , Ml

Elizabeth O'Neill Political S c i e n c e R e d H o o k , NY

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Teri P a a u w e Business Administration L o m b a r d , IL

Hans Oskam Business A d m i n i s t r a t i o n Grandville, Ml

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Brian P a l s Psychology K a l a m a z o o , Ml

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Cynthia Parsons Mathematics A d a , Ml

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Michael P e r c y Business Administration St. J o s e p h , Ml T r a c k , M e n ' s Volleyball, F C A , W T H S , W a t e r Polo


Christine P e t e r s o n Communication Charlotte, NC K a p p a Delta Chi, M o r t a r B o a r d , N y k e r k , Pull, W o m e n ' s Soccer Club

Debbie Peterson Language Arts Composite Highland, T N

Robert Petrovich Chemistry Lithonia, G A

Chris Pinderski Chemistry Stevensville, MI Arcadian

Lynne Powe Bus. A d . / C o m m . St. J o s e p h , MI Nykerk

Jill P l o m e r Psy. Soc. C o m p , Midland, MI W T H S , D J , Pull

S t a c e y Purcell S t u d i o Art W e s t Olive, MI Art-a-thon

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r Holly R a b b a i Geology G r a n d R a p i d s , MI Pull, N y k e r k , IM's, Delta Phi, G e o l o g y Club, S A C , D o r m Council

Kevin R e a Chemistry G r a n d R a p i d s , MI Cosmopolitan, Nykerk Theatre Productions

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Mark R e b h a n Flint, MI Soccer

Paula Recknagel English M u s k e g o n , MI Basketball

B e v e r l e e Reinking Business Administration Holland, MI

Todd Recknagel Bus. A d . / E c o n . M u s k e g o n , MI

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Michael R e i s t e r e r English P o r t a g e , Ml Arcadian

242

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Gary Reynolds Physics Wyckoff, N J A n c h o r , Milestone, O p u s , M o r t a r B o a r d , IM's, S P S


Douglas R o e h m Business Administration Williamston, MI C h e e r l e a d i n g , W a t e r Polo, Business Club, A r c a d i a n

Paul Ritsema History H o l l a n d , MI F r a t e r n a l , Pull, C h a p e l Choir

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R o d e r i c k Ro s s Langauge Arts Composite F r u i t p o r t , Ml I n t e r n a t i o n a l F o o d Fair, S p e c i a l Ed. Ministries

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David Rowell Theatre Palmyra, NJ

Mark Rudat French M o n t a g u e , MI

Gregory Saathoff Computer Science G r a n d Rapids, MI

Karen Saenger Business Administration H u n t i n g t o n , NY

Laura Sanders English G r o s s e Pointe, MI

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243


J e a n n e Schmidt English East G r a n d Rapids, Ml Nykerk, O p u s

Kristine Schindlcr Biology J a c k s o n , MI Volleyball, Tri-Beta

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S a n d r a Schmidt Business Administration Troy, MI

Randall S c h r e g a r d u s Geology W a u p u n , Wl Track

Patti S c h r o t e n b o e r Business Administration Holland, Ml

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Lisa S e r u m Hudsonville, MI


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Rebecca Shanks Nursing Hillsdale, Ml

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Lynne Simpson Religion A b e r d e e n , Scotland FCA, IVCF, P e p Band, Wind Ensemble, IRC, College Chorus

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Beth S n y d e r Biology Wyoming, MI

Robert S n y d e r Psychology Holland, Ml

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245


Kian-Cheong Soon Business A d m i n i s t r a t i o n Kelang, S e l a n g e r , Malaysia, IM's, IRC

D a n Socall Psychology G a r d e n City, Ml M o r t a r B o a r d , Psi Chi, R A

Cheryl Spaeth Mathematics G r a n d R a p i d s , Ml Sigma Sigma

S t a c y Spitler English St. J o s e p h , Ml S i g m a S i g m a , Pull

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Cyndy Stannard Physical E d u c a t i o n C u l v e r , IN Athletic Training, W o m e n ' s Issues, Sailing Club, N y k e r k , S u n d a y Choir

Kelly Stair S p e c . Ed. — L e a r n . Dis., Emot. imp. H o l l a n d , MI N y k e r k , Sibylline, R A

Matthew Stcgenga Business Administration H o l l a n d , MI

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Kristin Stein Midland, MI


Paige Strock S p e c . Ed. — E m o t . Imp., L e a r n . Dis. Deerfield B e a c h , F L

Alan S u p p Biology Holland, Ml

Kristie S y v e r u d Biology Midland, MI Biology C l u b

Kristi S w e e r s English K e n t w o o d , MI

Kristen T a g g Psychology Pittsburgh, PA

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Wendy J o Townsend Humanities R o c h e s t e r , MI Collegium Musicum, Nykerk, Tour Guide

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J a m e s Troost Political Science Byron C e n t e r , MI

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Phil T u c k e r Business Administration Holland, MI

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M a r s h a Usiak Biology N e w Era, Ml Delta Phi, Tri B e t a

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T e r r i e VanBelois Physics Rockville, MD

Mark V a n D a h m Business A d m i n i s t r a t i o n E l m h u r s t , IL

Paul V a n d e r H a r t Business A d m i n i s t r a t i o n N o r t h T a r r y t o w n , NY

Mimi V a n d e n A k k e r Nursing Holland, Ml

Cecilia V a n d e r H o f f Business Administration Holland, MI

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Caroline V a n d e r K u y Physical Education Holland, MI

Greg VandcrMeer S p e c . Ed. — Emot. Imp. Jenison, MI

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Amy VanEs Biology Z e e l a n d , MI Tri-Bcta, N y k e r k , AED, Model UN, College C h o r u s , IRC, W o m e n ' s Issues

Bethany VanDuyne Business A d m i n i s t r a t i o n Flint, MI

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Todd VanGrouw English H o l l a n d , MI

Deborah Vanlwaarden Nursing H o l l a n d , MI Cheerleading, Track, FCA, SAC

L e e Veldhoff Comp. Sci./Bus. Ad. Holland, MI A C M , C h a p e l Choir, Pull, RA, M o r t a r B o a r d

J a c k Veld Business A d m i n i s t r a t i o n S o u t h H o l l a n d , IL

Martha Vermeulen Psychology F r e m o n t , MI

Shelley Vonk S p e c . Ed. — L e a r n . Dis. E m o t . Imp. Battle C r e e k , MI

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Jane Voortman T h e a t r e / B u s . Ad. L a G r a n g e , IL Sigma Sigma, Nykerk

Larry Wagenaar Hist./Rel. H o l l a n d , Ml

Will W a l k e r Physics Howell, MI F r a t e r n a l , Pull

Kimberly Waldorf S p e c . Ed. — L e a r n . Dis. Brookville, NY

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Phyllis W a l s h S p e c . Ed. — L e a r n . Dis./Psych. Grayling, MI Delta Phi

Sue Waters Psychology G r a n d R a p i d s , MI

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Scott W a t s o n Communication Indianapolis, IN

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Lorraine Way French H a w t h o r n e , NY


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Jill Wenzlaff History C o m p o s i t e Stevensville, MI Pull, N y k e r k , Phi A l p h a T h e t a , Pi S i g m a A l p h a , Student Congress

Deb Wheeler Business Administration Marshall, MI Delta Phi, N y k e r k

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Shelley Wieland French Allendale, MI

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Scott Wierda Business Administration W y o m i n g , MI

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J e a n Wilbur Econ./Bus. Ad. Grand Haven,Ml Pull, N y k e r k

Mary Wikstrom Hudsonville, MI

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David Wright Psychology G l e n Ellyn, IL M O C P , Y o u n g Life. F C A D J , IM's, Milestone

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Pamela Witherspoon I n t er n at i o n al S t u d i e s F r e e l a n d , Ml

Karen Wuertz Biology Livonia. MI

L e e A n n Wojcinski Biology Livonia, Ml Milestone, P e p B a n d , IM's, F C A , N y k e r k , D o r m Council


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Minako Y o s h i k a w a Social S c i e n c e C o m p o s i t e Tokyo,Japan IRC, F C A

Sheila Y o u n g Philosophy Holland. MI

Sarah Zuidema Psy. Soc. C o m p , Ann A r b o r , MI F C A , D o r m Council, N y k e r k

Tim Zoerhoff Business Administration Holland. MI

K a t h r y n Zweifel O r l a n d o . FL

J a y n e Zwyghuizen R o c k f o r d , Ml

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255


Lannette Zylman Mathematics H o l l a n d , Ml N y k e r k , C h a p e l Choir

Lilia C o l o n Biology C h i c a g o , IL

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Brown. Jenise 79 Brown, Jennifer B r o w n , Kevin 2 0 0 Brown, Mark 8 8 , 160 Brown, Matthew 79, 164 B r o w n . Michele 1 8 7 B r o w n . Nicholas Brown. Susan Brown. Tiffany Brugh. S h e r y l Bruins, K a t h r y n B r u m e l s . Kirk 8 0 Brush. R o d n e y B r u s k e , Ann 2 1 7 Bryker. Brad 2 1 7 B r y s o n , Elizabeth 2 1 7 B r y s o n , Michelle Buchanan, John 80. 8 5 . 168, 2 1 7 Buchanan. Rhonda 187 Budde. J a m e s B u e g e . Kristen Buhrmaster. Scott Bui. Dan B u i k e m a . Krista Buikema. Susan 188 Buist, D e n i s e 2 1 7 Buit. R o b e r t Buiter. K a r e n 2 1 7 Bull. C r a i g 1 2 2 , 1 8 5 Bullard, Michael 2 1 7 Buning, R e b e c c a 1 8 9 Burda, Debra B u r d e t t e , David 8 0 , 2 1 7 B u r g e n m e y e r , Lisa 1 8 8 B u r g g r a a f f , Jill 1 8 8 Burgin, David Burns. Shelby Burrink, N a n c y Burris. Emily 9 2 . 1 7 8 Bursma. J a m e s 8 5 Burtrum, Timothy 2 1 8 Bussies. Heidi 8 0 , 8 7 , 1 9 9 , 2 1 8 Butler. G a y l e Buttrey, Susan 178 B u u r m a . Elizabeth 8 5 . 1 8 9 Buursma. Ray Buursma. Timothy 122 Bylsma. T h o m a s 2 1 8 Byrne. Jean 88. 193 Byren. Laurie

C a l k i n s , Lori 1 6 4 Callam. Patricia 85, 2 1 8 Callam. Susan Camburn, Mary 177 Camp. Martha Champbell. Chad 122 Campbell, Wendy 79 Canales, Mario C a n f i e l d , Lori 8 7 . 1 9 9 Cantile, J a n n 1 8 4 Carey, Angela 85, 86, 179 Carlson. Janet 163 C a r m e r . David C a r o t h e r s , Vickie Carpenter. Anne Carpenter, John Carson. Troy 192 Carter, Lynette Cary, Judith C a s e y , Kim 2 1 8 Cassell, C h r i s t p h e r 1 2 2 . 1 6 0 Cataloo. Julie 193 Ceeley. Wesley C h a . Jin C h a f f e e . Lisa 1 8 9 Chandler, Kathryn 166 Chang, Joyce Chappelear. Amy 183 Chappell. Harold C h a p p i e . Kimberly 1 8 9 Chase, Timothy 79. 122 Cheetham. Teresa 174 Christ, Lisa Christensen, Andrew 185 Christensen, Mark Christian, S u e 187 Christinidis. J o n Christos, Steve 161 Chun. Alan 187

Chun. Patrick 2 0 0 . 2 1 8 C i r r e . Lori Clark, Douglas C l a r k , Heidi 7 9 , 1 8 7 C l a r k s o n , Virginia 1 9 3 Clay, S e a n Clay. Susan Claypool. Todd 185 C l e a r w a t e r . Susan 174 Clifford. Robert 166 C o a n . Paul 2 0 0 C o a t e s . Daniel C o a t e s , Eric 1 6 9 C o a t s . Monica 1 6 4 Coe, Jonathan Coffill, H a r r y 1 9 2 C o h a n , Priscilla 1 6 7 C o l e , Kelly C o l e . Kevin Colterjohn. Mark 78. 164 Conant, Brenda 193 Conkey. Jodie Conklin. Deborah 199 Conley, Anna C o n l e y . David 1 8 7 Conniff, Edward 122 Conser, John C o n w a y . Patricia 2 1 8 C o n w a y . Sally 1 7 3 Cook, Amy C o o k . Marilyn C o o k . Melodie 8 6 , 8 7 . 1 9 3 Cooley. Mary 2 1 8 C o o p e r , Doug 120, 122 Cooper, Steven 9 0 Cooper, Susan 174 C o r a y , Phillip Corbett, Christpher C o r e l l , Gerrit 1 9 2 Corey. Donald 122, 186 Corney, Jeffrey 9 1 Cortes, Christian C o s c i a , Juliet 1 9 9 Cossey, Joseph 122 Cotter, Timothy Countois, John C o u r t r i g h t , H. J a y Covell, David Coverly, Cathy 177 C o w e l l , Kevin Cox. M Samuel Cox, Steven 122, 185 Coy. Kent C r a m e r , Stephen 181, 2 1 9 Crawford, Edward Crawford, Margaret C r a w f o r d . Susan 171 Creevy, Chad Cremin, John Crince. Susan C r o n k , Phillip C r o s s , Elizabeth Cross, Kathyrn Cross, Pamela Grossman. Andrea 219 Crozier. John C r u z . Miguel Cummins. Andrew 219 C u r l e y . Gail 1 7 7 C u r l e y . Lyn 8 0 , 8 5 Curran. Cathleen 193 Currens. Jeannette C u r r y , Kevin Curtis, Beverly Custer, J a n e 78. 2 1 9 Custer, Theodore 186 G u s t y , Jeff Cyman, Joan 193

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Eberhard, Donald Eberhard, Sarah 8 5 Ebinger, Jennifer 8 8 Eckert, Amy Eckert, Frank 88, 186 Eckert, John Edwards, Paige 171 Edwin. Augusta Efinge r, J u d d 2 2 2 Egly, R o b e r t 1 2 2 , 1 8 5 Eickhoff, L i n d a Eickhoff, L y n n 2 2 2 Eisenmann, Christina Ekleberry, J a n e 2 2 2 Elenbaas, Steven Elhart, S h a n n o n Ellertson, L a u r e y 8 0 , 2 2 2 Ellingson, S c o t t 1 6 8 , 2 2 2 Ellis, A m y Ellis, Kristina 1 7 5 Ellis, Mike 1 8 0 , 2 2 2 Elzinga, T i m o t h y 8 5 , 1 2 2 Emerick, Brocke 122, 181 E m e r s o n , M a r y Ann 8 0 Engbers, Jennifer 183 Engel, Eric 1 2 2 , 1 8 5 Engel, J o h n 8 0 , 1 8 7 Ensing, Kelly 2 2 2 Esch, E d w a r d 1 2 2 , 1 7 9 E s s e n b e r g . Michelle 1 9 7 Essenburg, Joy Essenburg, Mary Estell, P e t e r 9 2 Estell, T i m o t h y 2 2 2 Etterbeek, Jonathan Ettinger, R u t h 1 9 9 Euson, Karen 2 2 3 Evans, J a n e t E v a n s . Kimberly 1 7 8 E v a n s , Lisa 1 6 4 Evans, Nance 2 2 3 E v e r s , Jill 8 8 . 1 8 4 E v e r s , Lisa 2 2 3 Exo, A n n 1 7 4

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{f F a b e r , Jill Fabi, Brigitte Fairfield, D a r e n F a n t h o r p e . Jill Farina. Deborah Farley, Ann F e a d , Daniel 2 2 3 Fedorowicz, Geraldine 178 Feenstra. Gregory 2 2 3 Feliczak, Michael Fenske, Kimberly 1 8 3 Fenwick, R o d n e y Ferdinand, Toni 1 7 7 Ferguson, Kathleen 175 F e s s l e r , Art Fierro, A n d r e s Fikse, J o n a t h a n Fikse, M a r k Filka, R o b e r t F i s c h e r , Kevin 2 2 3 F i s c h e r , Kim Fischer, Patrick 1 2 2 Fischer, Steven F i s h e r , Lori 1 3 0 F i s h m a n , Philip 1 6 3 , 2 2 3 Flanders, Thomasine Fleming, D e b o r a h 1 9 9 Fleming, Melissa Flickema, Tracy F l i k k e m a , Elizabeth Florida, Karl Floyd, L a u r a Flynn, R i c h a r d F o d o r , Julia Foerster, Mary 1 9 3 Folgers, A m y 88, 179 F o l k e r t , Calvin F o l k e r t , Michelle 2 2 3 Folkert, T h o m a s 8 5 Follett, P e t e r 2 2 4 Fontana, Joseph Ford. Ann 177 Forsman, Craig 122, 185 Forth, Teri 2 2 4 Fortner. Todd 161 Forton, T a r a 188 F o s t e r . Daniel Fouse, Jennifer 2 2 4 Foutch, Jodi 2 2 4 Fouts, Denise Fox. B a r b a r a Fox. Charles F o y , Leslie F r a n k , Lori Franken, Kent F r e n c h , B e t h 8, 1 9 9 F r e n c h , Michael 7 8 French, Wendy 182 Frick, G r e g o r y 1 8 1 Fritts, David 2 2 4 Froysland, Hayley 188 Fuchikami. Diana 199 Fuchs, Gregory 2 2 4 Furca, Bernadette 170 F u r j a n i c , Nicole F u r r y , Lois 2 2 4

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H e n d r i x o n . Lisa 1 6 1 Hendrixon. Nancy 80. 172 Hendry, Thomas 185 Heneveld, Brenda 193 H e n e v e l d . Kevin H a a n , Elizabeth 1 8 3 Haan, Jack 122, 186 Habben. Christopher 122, 1 8 6 Habibi. A h m a d 2 2 7 H a d a w a y . Ellen 1 7 0 Haddad, Thomas Hademeyer, Joel Hagenauer. Catherine 172 Haggart, Linda Hahnenkratt. Susan 167, 2 2 7 Haider. Ola 199 Hall. Ashley 1 8 2 Hall. B e t h Hall. B r u c e 2 2 7 Hall. Kristin Hall. L a u r a 1 7 3 Hallacy. M a r g a r e t 8 0 . 1 6 6 , 2 2 7 H a l v o r s o n , Lori 1 8 3 Hamelink, Lawrence Hamilton, Ada Hamilton. Terri H a m m o n d . Martin 1 6 2 Handy. Peter Hang, Van Hanki, S h a r o n H a n n e m a n , Ben 169 Hansen, Christine H a n s e n , Eric Hansen. Esther Hansen, Sandra H a n s e n , Tim 1 2 1 , 1 2 2 Hanson. Jan H a n s o n , Kristine 1 6 6 H a r d e n . Jeff H a r d e r . Michelle 2 2 7 Hardin. Linda 85. 2 2 7 Hargreaves. Katrina Hargreaves, Lorriann H a r g r e a v e s , Melissa Hargrove, Karen H a r k e m a , David 1 8 6 H a r k i n , Daniel 1 8 7 H a r l a n , Leslie 2 2 7 Harlow, J e f f r e y H a r m o n , Julie Harper, Paul 85, 88, 2 0 0 Harrington, Anne H a r r i n g t o n , Philip Harris, J e a n n e 8 5 H a r r i s , Maria Harris, S e a n Harrison, Jeffrey 122 H a r r i s o n , Michael H a r r o l d , David 1 2 2 H a r t , Lisa H a r t , Lynn Hart, Susan 164 Harter, Josephine 184 Harter, Katherine 9 0 H a r t m a n , Michelle H a r t t , David 8 5 Hartwell, T h e r e a s Hartwig, Amy H a r v e y , Lisa H a s b r o u c k , Fitch H a s k i n , Brian 2 0 0 Hathaway, Amy 80. 182 Hathaway, Anne 189 Hathcock, Richard Haven, Annette Havenaar, John 92 H a v e r d i n k , Michael 1 9 0 H a y n e s , Monica Hazekamp, Audrey Heapy, Anne Heath, J. Gregory Heath, Scott 1 8 5 Hegel, Michael Heidema, Brad 180 H e i d e m a , Gilbert Heideman, Carl Heidlauf, K a r y n Heller, Kimberly 8 5 , 2 2 8 Helmbrecht, Spencer 160 Helmholdt, S h a n a Henderlong, Karen 79, 80, 85, 9 2 . 2 2 8 Henderson. Bradford Henderson, Cheryl 161 Hendnckson, Amy Hendrickson. Anne Hendrickson. Jon 192 Hendrickson. Susan 2 2 8

H e n k e . Marcia H e n n i n g e s , David H e n r i c k s o n , Kristen Henry, James Henry, Terri 8 5 H e n s l e y , Daniel 2 2 8 H e n t e m a n n , Richard H e p e n s t a l , David 9 0 Herin, Gregg 2 2 8 Herin, Rebecca 188 Herman, Craig 2 2 8 Herman, Teresa H e r r e m a , Rachelle Herrick, Scott 169 Herrington. Amy 8 8 Herwig. Susan 2 2 8 Hesche, Rhonda 175 Hescott, Jennifer Hesseltine, Edward 122, 160 Hessler, Jenifer Hester, Matthew 87. 228 H e s u e r , Sigrid 8 0 , 1 6 6 Hewko, Marc 164 H e y b o e r , David 7 9 , 1 6 4 Heydenburg, Deborah Heyne. Steven Hicks. J o d i Hicks. Phillip Hicks. S t e v e n Hiemstra, Darlene 2 2 9 Hiemstra, Hans Hiemstra, Marlys Higuchi, J o h n Hilbelink, Kirk 1 8 7 Hildebrandt, Linda 2 2 9 Hill, M a r i a n 1 6 1 H i l p p , David Hindley, Cary 122 H i n e s , Rita 8 0 , 8 5 , 1 7 7 Hinz, R a m o n a 1 8 9 Ho, Gregory Hoag, Darrell 122 Hobbs, Kenneth 160 Hochstedler, Mary 1 9 3 Hoekenga, Laura 187 H o e k s t r a , Jill R e n e 2 2 9 H o e k s t r a , Jill R u t h 1 8 2 Hoekstra. John Hoesman. Bradley H o f f , David 2 2 9 Hoffiz, R a c h e l l e Hoffman, Brenda 177 H o f f m a n , D. M a r k Hoffman, Jennifer Hoffman, Sharon 164 Hoffman. Timothy 87, 2 2 9 Hoffmaster, Sheryl 8 8 Hoffs, Amy 173 Hoffs, Lorna 170 H o f m a n . David 1 8 1 Hofman. Jonathan Hofmeyer, Sarah Hoke. Robert 2 2 9 Holbrook. Cathleen Holcomb. Matthew 192 Hollar. Randal 169 H o l l e m a n . William Hollenbeck, Cynthia 79, 166 Holm, Amy 88, 172 Holm, Douglas 88, 2 2 9 Holman, Jack Holt, K i m b e r l y 1 9 9 , 2 2 9 H o l z h a u s e n , Kurt 1 6 2 Holzhausen, Mark Honkanen, Mark Honkanen, Matthew 230 Hoogland, J a n e 172 Hook, Jon 2 3 0 Hooper, Susan Hoover, Forrest 9 2 H o o y e n g a , Bonnie Hop, J a m e s Hop, Jon H o p , Vicki 1 6 3 H o p k i n s , Keith H o p k i n s , Lisa Horner, Karen 187 H o r n e s s , Lisa 1 9 3 Horner, Karen 187 H o r n e s s , Lisa 1 9 3 H o t c h k i s s , Lisa 1 9 9 , 2 3 0 H o u g h , Blair 2 3 0 Hough, Blaque 179

Housenga, Laurel 85, 188 Houston, Susan Houting, J a n e 182 H o u t s , Brian H o u v e n e r , Michelle 8 0 , 1 7 9 Hrabowy, Sonja 85. 199 H u b e r , Elizabeth Huber, Karen 2 3 0 Hudson. Kathryn 187 Huffman, James Hughes, Rebecca 2 3 0 Hughes, Stephen Huisingh, R o b e r t Huisingh, S h a r o n Huisken, Amy 2 3 0 H u i s k e n , Shelley 1 6 4 Huizinga, S t e v e Hull, C h r i s t i n e 8 5 Hulst, Karen 2 3 0 H u l s t , Tim Hunt, Wendy Huss, Bradley Husted, Thomas Huston, Kathryn Hutchison, Jeffrey 160 H u t t a r , Elizabeth Huyser, Howard 231 Hylander, Mary Hylander, Steven 231 H y u n , Phillip 8 7

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Jurgcns, Suzanne 190 J u r r i c s , Lisa 9 0 , 2 3 1

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Kolean, J a n n Kolk, B o n n i e Kolling, Vicki K o l l m e y e r , Kristin 1 7 5 Kominsky. Paul Konkle, B r o c k 1 2 2 Kooienga, Beth Kooienga, Cary Kooienga. Launa K o o k , Heidi Kool, B r e n d a 2 3 3 Koops, Karla 1 8 9 Koorndyk, Amy Koppenol, Bonnie Korell, T o d d 1 8 6 Korhorn. Kenneth 122, 1 6 5 Korpi, C a r e y Kort, Debra 2 3 3 K o r t , Michael Kortering, David 161 Kortering, Karyn 2 3 3 K o r t e r i n g , Lois K o s h o r k , Lori Koss, Kristen 197 K o s s e n , Kevin K o s s e n , Kurtis K o s s e n . Michael 9 2 Koster, Jeffrey Koutstall. S t a n l e y 1 7 9 Koziel, T o n i 1 7 0 K r a a i , Eric Kraak, Jeanne K r a a y , Kevin K r a e t z e r , Kirk Kragt, Greg Krahe, Diana Kramer, Connie 79, 163 Kramer. Renee 188 Kranning, Stacie K r a s k a . David 1 8 7 K r a t z e r , Erica Krause, Kimberly 2 3 3 K r a u s e , Shelly 1 8 8 Kremer, J a m e s Kriekard, Beth 178 Kriekard, Glenna Krishnan, K a d a y a m Krive, A n n e 2 3 3 Kroemmendyk, Judy Kromminga, Andrew 8 5 Kroondyk, Cassandra Krosher, John 8 3 Kruegar, Fred 186 Krueger, Heather K r u e g e r , Keith 8 8 , 1 6 1 K u b e r t , Michael Kuczynski. Gary 121. 122, 187 Kuehl, Kathryn 197, 2 3 3 Kuhlmann, Mark 192 K u h n , Kristin 1 7 4 K u i p e r , David Kuiper, Douglas Kuiper, Gerald 2 3 3 K u i p e r , Kreig Kuiper, Mark 78, 168, 2 3 4 Kuiper, T o d d Kuiper, Tom 185 Kulier, N a n c y K u m a z a w a , Yoshiki Kunisch, William 1 8 7 Kunkle, Susan 3 5 Kunzi, G a r y K u t s c h e , William 2 3 4 Kuyers, Mark Kuyten, Jonathan Kyes, Stacy Kyle, L y n d a 1 8 7 Kyle, R o n a l d 7 9 , 2 5 6 Kyros, T h o m a s 185

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Lam. Gregory Lam. James L a m b e r t , David L a m p e , Marta 170 Landsly, Karyn Lane. Robert 187 Laney, Bonnie 163 Lang. Anne 173 L a n g e n b e r g , Elizabeth 1 9 3 Laninga, Brenda 88, 175 Lanning. Raymond Lanting, T o d d Lapp. Cynthia 174 L a r g e , Kevin 7 9 , 9 5 Laroche, Ann Larrabee. Christopher Larrabee. Jeffrey L a r s e n , Elisabeth 2 0 0 L a r s e n , Gail L a r s o n , Elizabeth L a r s o n , Eric L a r s o n . Erlund Larson. Mark 9 0 Latham. Anne Latham. Suzanne 234 L a t h r o p . Hollyn 1 7 7 L a u d e n s l a g e r , Kristine Lautenbach, Douglas 122 L a v e r m a n . Mark 161 Lawerence. Heather 184 Lawerence. James L a w e r e n c e . Jon 122, 180 Lawerence. Richard Lawerence. Ronald 185 Lawerence. Steven 187 Lawon. Ann Leach, Steven 165 Lee, Christopher 160 Lee, Tracy 175 Lefever, Beth Lefever, Joel 2 3 4 Leigh. Gilbert Lein, David 8 0 , 1 6 0 Leist, S a r a L e m m e n , Lauri Lentz, Scott Lenz, Jocelyn 2 3 4 L e R o u x , Lisa 1 9 3 L e u t z i n g e r . Kelly 1 9 7 . 2 3 4 L e v o s . Kori L e w i s . Brian Lewis, D o n a l d 1 8 0 Lewis. Susan L i d g a r d . David Light. C a t h e r i n e 8 6 Light, Julie Lignell, S t e p h a n i e 1 7 4 Lillo, Michael 1 8 7 Lillrose, J e f f r e y 1 8 6 Lilly, A n n e 1 9 9 , 2 3 4 Lim. Kok Eng 2 3 5 Lim, M e n g Lin. C h i e n - J u Lindhout, Kathleen 1 9 3 L i n d n e r . Marji 7 9 , 8 0 , 9 2 , 1 7 4 Lindquist, B e t h Lippert. Malcolm 191 Little. J o h n Livingston, A n n e 2 3 5 Livingston, William Lobisco, Michelle Lokhorst, Lynnette 166, 2 3 5 Loll. R e b e c c a 2 3 5 Long. T a m m y Looman, Sue 93, 170 Lootens, Ann 163, 2 3 5 Lopez, Jessey Lotterman, Barbara 235 L o v a s . Lori 1 8 3 Lovell, S u s a n 1 9 2 Lovell. T a m m y L o w e . Lori 1 8 2 Lowe, Sharon 2 3 5 L o w e . Victoria 2 3 5 Lowell, D e b o r a h 1 8 3 L o w r y , David Lowry, Laura L o w r y , Ruth 2 3 6 Lozicki. P e t e r Lubbers, J a n e L u c k e r . Daniel 1 7 9 Luckman, Sean 166 Ludwig, Debra Lunderberg, Carol 188 Lundholm, Thomas Lupkes, Sandra L u y k , Lisa L y d e n s , Lisa 1 8 7


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M e n e n d e z , Leticia Meppelink. Jeffrey 186 Merizon, J e n n i f e r Merz. M a r y Messing, J a n a M e y e r , Eric 2 3 7 Meyer, John 79 Meyer, Karen Meyer, Richard M e y e r i n g , Kristi Meyers, Diane Michel, S a r a Michner, Jim 2 3 7 Micho, M a r k 1 2 2 Michos. J i m m y 1 2 2 . 1 8 7 Micou, J u d i t h 2 3 7 Miks. J u l e e n Milanowski, S u s a n 8 8 , 1 8 4 Miller. G w e n d o l y n 7 8 . 2 3 7 Miller. J o h n 1 8 7 Miller. K a t h r y n 8 7 , 1 8 4 Miller. Kimberly 8 0 . 1 8 8 Miller, M a r c 1 2 2 Miller, M a r g a r e t 2 3 7 Miller, Michele 2 3 8 Mills, S u s a n 1 9 3 Mindling, J o h n Minger, C a t h e r i n e 8 0 . 1 7 3 Minger, S t a c y 2 3 8 Minier. J e n n i f e r 2 3 8 Mireles, A n d r e a Misner, David 8 6 . 1 6 9 Mitchell, G r e g o r y 1 9 2 Mitchell, S u z a n n e 1 8 6 Modric, Kimberly 1 8 7 Moermond, Timothy Mogridge, Drew Mohney, Timothy Mondloch. Sharon 171 M o n r o e , Elyse 8 5 , 2 3 8 M o o r e , April 1 7 5 Moore, Heather Moore, Jeffery Moore, Jennifer M o o r e , Kari Moorish. K a y l a 2 3 8 M o r a l e s . Hilaria Moran, J a m e s Morden, Katherine Morehead, T a m m y 80, 123 Morgan, Christopher 122 Mork, Steven 79. 80, 169 Morren, Donald Morris. J e a n Morrison, B a r b a r a 1 8 2 Morrison. Christine 164 Morrow, Mark M o r s e , Monika 2 3 8 M o s e r , Eric Mos, Gloria Moten. Rosalynn Motry, Douglas 79, 160 Mottice, Heidi 1 7 8 M o w e r y . Michele 1 7 3 Mozer, Scarlett Mueller, L i n d a 2 3 7 Muenger. Richard 80. 2 3 7 Muiderman, Anthony M u i d e r m a n . Erik Muiderman, Julie M u l d e r , David Mulder. Mark M u l d e r . N a n c y 8 0 , 167, 2 3 8 Mullally, J o h n 1 8 1 Muma, Jeffery 185 M u m m e r t . Michael Munger, Craig Murphy, Charles Myaard. Dalane 8 8 Myers. Douglas 2 3 8 M y e r s . Jeff 1 7 9 Myers. Peter

gj N a b e r . Kimberly Nagelkerk. Jennifer 187 Nagelvoort, Scott N a s t a s e . Melissa 1 8 7 N a v a r r e . Michele 8 7 . 1 8 9 Nedear. Samuel Neevel. Jeffrey 8 5

Nelson. Chris N e l s o n , David N e l s o n , Kristine Nephew. Eldonna Nephew. Mark N e u d e c k . Jeff 8 3 Newberg, Diane 182 Newberg, Timothy 181 N e w h o u s e . Blaine 7 8 . 1 2 2 , 2 3 9 Newhouse. Dawn 2 3 9 Newhouse. Roxanne Newman, Barbara 175 Newton, Gregory 122 Nguyen, Dung Nichols. C a t h e r i n e 1 7 1 Nickerson, Rae 179 N i e h a u s . Kevin Niehof. Doris 1 8 7 N i e k a m p , Rosin Niemeyer, Theodore Niepoetter. Pamela Nieuwenhuis. Edward 2 3 9 Nieuwenhuis. Timothy 186 Niino, H a r u m i 1 9 3 Nimz, Erik 1 6 9 Nise, C y n t h i a 9 2 . 1 8 2 Nitz. Kryn Nivison. Julie Nofz. D a n a 8 5 . 2 3 9 Noggle. Marcia N o g u e r a . Marilyn Nolan. Mary Noll. H e a t h e r Noorlag. Tami 2 3 9 Noorman. Jodi 8 5 Nord, Douglas 179 Norden, Mary 166 N o r d i n , Erik Nordmeyer, Judith 186 Nordstrom. Beth 172 Nordstrom. Jayne Norling. J e n n i f e r 1 8 4 Norman. Susan 173 North. John 29, 2 3 9 Northuis, Heather 85. 186 Nothuis, J a n e N o r t h u i s , Michael Norton, Christopher Nourbakhsh, Ramin 180 Nunez. Susan 175 Nyanor, Jeremiah 187 Nyenhuis, Leona Nykamp, Cindy N y k a m p , Melinda 1 8 6 N y k a m p . Paula

G a n g . Sy 2 0 0 Oatis, Angela 193 O'Brian, Marc 2 3 9 O'Connor. Sean 22. 2 3 9 O d e n . Eric 1 6 9 O g d e n . Eric O g d e n , Lisa 1 9 7 O ' G r a d y . Karen 178 Ojala. Lynette 188 Oliver. Eric 2 0 0 O l s o n . Daniel Olson. Robert 169 O l s z e w s k i . Michael 1 8 6 Olszewski, Richard Oltman, John 122 O'Neill, A r l e e n e O'Neill, Daniel 8 3 O'Neill, Elizabeth 9 2 , 2 4 0 O n o d e r a , Hiromitsu 86, 187 O o m k e s , Mary 8 0 . 197. 2 4 0 Oonk. Jack Oosterbaan. Renee Oosterhoff. Ronda O s b o r n e . Ken 1 6 2 Oset, Edward Oskam, Hans 88, 2 4 0 O s m a n , Patrick Oudsema, Matthew Ourada. Pamela

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tp P a a r l b c r g , Bill 1 8 6 Paarlberg, Laurence Paasche, Thomas P a a u w e , Teri 2 4 0 P a l s . Brian 1 6 2 , 2 4 0 Pals, Mary Palutke, Paul Panse, Karen 190 Panse, Steven 122 Paprocki, Joan 170 Parikh, Anne Paris. Kathleen Parker. Jennifer 199 P a r k e r . Kurt 2 4 0 Parks. Jennifer 8 5 Parry. Robert Parsons. Cynthia 2 4 0 Patterson, Jane Patterson. Janice 183 Paul. Donald Paulsen, Stephen 8 8 Payne, Rebecca P e a r l , David 1 8 7 Pearson, Dorothy Pearson, Pamela Peck, Cynthia P e d e r s o n , Lori Peel. Robert P e e l e n . Lisa 1 8 6 Peerbolte, Ruth Peirce, Robert Pellegrom, Nelson Pepe, Gary Peplinski, Marcie P e p p e l . Kimberly P e r c y . Michael 2 4 0 Perdok. Renee 170 P e r e i r a . Brian Perez. Gena Perez, Jose P e r e z Ruiz. L e o n o r 1 9 9 , 2 4 2 1 Perkins. Michael 8 8 P e r k i n s . Phil Permesang. J a m e s 122, 186 Perriguey. Gerald P e r z e e . Michele 1 8 2 Petersen, Carl P e t e r s e n . Eric Peterson, Christine 164, 2 4 1 Peterson, Debra 241 P e t e r s o n , Kraig Peterson, Timothy 122, 1 6 6 P e t r o c k , Kelly 1 2 2 Petrovich, Robert 2 4 1 P e t r y , Eva P e t t i b o n e , Julie 1 8 2 Pfahler, Ryan Pfeiffer, Angelika Pham, Anne Phelps. Brenda 80 Phelps. Jennifer 80, 85, 86, 1 8 3 P i a g e t . Leslie Picciotti. Daniella P i c k e l m a n , Heidi Pierce, Barton Piersma. Craig Piersma. Mary Pierson, Amy 182 Pierson, Diana Pieters, Christopher P i k a a r t , Michael 1 8 0 Pike, Timothy Pinderski, Christopher 92, 2 4 1 P l a g g e m a r s , Leslie Platte, Kimberly 8 5 Plaxton, Roger Ploeg, J o h a n n e s P l o m e r , Jill 2 4 1 Plooster, Ann 175 Plooster, Nancy Plowman, Timothey Plumert. Karla Pluta, Christine Pocock. Robert Poit, J a m e s Poit, J a n e t 1 7 1 P o l c z e r . Silvia 1 8 2 P o l e n , Kim 1 8 6 Poll. S a n d y 1 8 3 Ponstein, Steven Ponstein, Todd

Poortenga. Steven P o r t e r , Blair Portinga, Joy 88, 173 Posma, Jennifer Post. Beth Post, J a n e 1 7 3 Postema, Rhonda Potter. Harry Potter, Nancy 182 Powe, Lynne 241 P o w e r s , Moira Praamsma. Thomas P r a t t , Leslie 1 7 5 P r e m o , David Premo, Steven Prentice. Cheryl Prentice, Susan Preston, Heather 187 P r i b b l e . William 1 8 0 Price, Brenda 1 9 3 Price. Gregory 192 P r i c e . Kevin 1 8 6 Price. Kimberly 182 Price. Toni Priebe. Mark Prince, Christine P r i n s , Michael 1 6 5 Prins, T o m Prochnow, Stennis Provorse. Jerry 185 Przybyla. Myra Pugh. Aaron 164 Pung. Patrick Purcell, S t a c e y 2 4 1 P u t n a m , William

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Raak, Heather R a b b a i , Holly 1 6 6 , 2 4 2 Rafferty, J a m e s 180 Raffety, Amy R a h b a n , Julie R a h i m i , Zari Rainford, Julie Ralph, Stephen R a m a k e r , Richard R a m o s , Michael Rand, Maureen 193 R a n g l e , Alex Rasche, Jeanette 189 Rasmussen, Brent R e a , Kevin 2 4 2 Reamer, Katherine 161 Rebhan, Mark 2 4 2 Rebone, Joe Recknagel, T o d d 242 Rector. Mark Redeker, Cara R e e d . Robin Reeg, Ann 188 R e e n d e r s , Lisa 1 7 3 R e g n i e r , Michael 1 2 2 Reid, G r e g o r y 1 8 0 Reigler, S h e l l e y Reilly, K a r e n Reinking, B e v e r l e e 2 4 2 Reinking, K i m b e r l e e Reister, J a n a 187 Reister, Robert Reisterer, Amy R e i s t e r e r , Michael 1 2 2 , 2 4 2 Relyea, Gregg Rencsok, Diane R e n k e m a , Beverly Renner, Debra 177 Reynolds, Gary 94, 2 4 2 Rezanka, Deborah 175 Rhoades, Peter 186 Richard. Christine 174 Richards. Andrew

Richards. Anne Richards. Beth 182 Richardson. Heather Richardson, Mark 185 Riekse, J o n a t h a n 187 Riekse, T h o m a s 166 Riemersma, Cynthia Riley. J a m e s Riley. M a r k Riley, William Rink, C a r o l y n 1 8 7 Ripley, T o d d 1 6 0 R i t s e m a , Krystin Ritsema, Lee Ritsema, Paul 80. 85, 2 4 3 Ritsema, Raymond 87, 192 R o c h e l e a u , Michelle 8 8 , 1 8 8 Rock. Amy Roehm. Douglas 2 4 3 Roelfsema, Sara 171 Roelofs, J e f f r e y Roelofs, Linda 1 6 3 Roggow, Renee 186 R o o d v o e t s , Lisa R o p a , David 1 8 7 Rose, Todd 122 R o s e m a , Brian R o s e n b e r g . David R o s s . David 9 4 . 1 6 0 Ross. Roderick 2 4 3 Rowell. David 2 4 3 Rozema, Sue Rubin, Karen 1 7 7 Rudat, Mark 2 4 3 Rudnick, Janis 197 Ruf, C l a u d i a Ruf, Paulina Ruiter, Linda Ruiz, V e r o n i c a Rule, G w e n d o l y n R u m e r y , Kristine 9 1 , 1 6 3 Rusco, Mary 178 Russell, J e f f r e y R u s t i c u s , Daniel 1 2 2 , 1 6 5 R u t g e r s . Daniel Rutgers. Robert 122, 192 R u t g e r s , Sally Rutledge, Trisca 172 R y a n , Kelly Rynbrandt, Sarah 85, 182 Ryzenga, Karla Ryzenga, Richard

b Saathoff, Gregory 162, 2 4 3 Saenger, Karen 85, 2 4 3 Sales, Marcel 181 Sanchez. Edmund Sanders. Laura 85, 2 4 3 Sanderson, Janis Sanderson, Judy Sandgren Amy Sandro, Colleen 183 S a n d s , Elizabeth Sandstrom, James 187 Sanford, Beth Sans, Jerilyn 187 S a p o r i t o , Lisa 1 8 9 Sappenfield, Ross S a p p o k , Elke S a p p o k , Inge S a p p o k , Nils Sarmiento, Magcalena Sato, Takuji S a t t l e r , Eric Sauerer, John Savellano, Rachel 189 Saxsma, Laura 80. 85, 175 Sayer. Marcia 9 1 Schaaf, Scott 187 Schaap, Todd 87 Schadler, Steven 88, 180 Schaendorf. Jacqueline Schafer, Stephanie Schafer, John 185 Schakel, Jennifer 86, 87, 177 Schalhamer, Bonnie Scheerhorn, J a m e s 186 Schermerhorn, John Scheuerle, J a m e s


S c h m d l e r . Kristine 2 4 4 S c h i p p e r . Tim Schippers, Robert Schloff. J o h n Schmidt. J e a n n e 2 4 4 Schmidt, Jodie Schmidt, Sandra 80, 2 4 4 Schmidt, Sara Schneider. Laura 184 Schnell, J a n e t Schnitzer. Stefan S c h o e t t l e y , F. J a m e s Scholten, Mark S c h o l t e n , Melinda 8 5 . 2 4 4 Schori, Christina Schosger, Lauralynn 183 Schout. Brenda Schout. Nancee Schray, Julie Schregardus, Randall 2 0 0 , 2 4 4 S c h r e u r , Kevin Schrock. Frances 173 Schroeder, Jane Schrotenboer, Dawn S c h r o t e n b o e r , Jill 1 9 9 S c h r o t e n b o e r , Patti 2 4 4 Schuen, Pamela Schuman, J a m e s 181 Schut, Sherri 2 4 4 Schutmaat, Debra Schutt, George Schweitzer, S a n d y 9 2 S c o t t , Michael 1 6 9 S c o u t e n , Danielle Scripps, Matthew 186 S e a r l e s , Paul Sebring, Perry Sells, D o u g l a s Selover, Renee S e r u m , Lisa 1 6 3 , 2 4 4 Shafer, Timothy 2 4 5 Shanks, Rebecca 2 4 5 S h a r m a , Avinash 160 Sharp, Craig Sharp, Jennifer 78 Sharp, Jennifer 78 Sharp, Mark Sharp, Stuart 86, 8 9 Shattuck, Richard Shaw. Jeffrey 192 Shearer, Peter 180 S h e e t s , Tim 1 9 2 Shell, William 8 5 , 1 6 4 Sherman, Norman 85, 88 Sherwood. Laura Shire. A a r o n Shively. Linda S h o e m a k e r . Kevin 8 5 , 1 9 1 S h o t w e l l , Eric S h u g a r s , Eric S h u m a k e r . Esther 7 9 Sikkenga, Charyn S i k k e n g a , Kyle 1 8 8 S i m e t , Michelle 1 8 8 Simmons, Dawn S i m o n e , Lisa Simons, B a r b a r a Simons, Larry 122, 2 4 5 Simpson, Lynne 88. 2 4 5 S i m p s o n , Melinda Sims, P a m e l a 1 8 9 Skelton, Timothy 122, 1 8 5 Skinner, Laura 170 Slagh, J a m e s Slette, Stein Sliede, Timothy 2 0 0 Slocum, John 122, 169 Slot, C h r i s t o p h e r 1 8 5 S l o v e r , Lisa Siv, A n n e 8 7 , 1 9 9 Sly, Elizabeth Small, J a m e s 1 2 2 Small, J o h n Smit, J o s e p h S m i t h , Knighten 8 6 Smith, Amy Smith, B e t t y Smith, J o h n S m i t h , Julie 1 7 4 S m i t h , Kristen S m i t h , Kyle Smith, Linda S m i t h , Lisa 2 4 5 S m i t h . Lori 1 7 2 Smith, Mary 8 6 Smith, Pamela Smith, Paula 80, 2 4 5 Smith, Quinn

Smith. Sandra 80, 199 Smith, S a r a h 183 Snavely, Brad 122 Snider. Susan Snyder. Beth 2 4 5 Snyder. Brenda 193 Snyder. Robert 2 4 5 Synder. Vance Socall. Daniel 7 9 , 2 4 6 Soeter, Benjamin S o l a k . David Somdecerff, Laurentia Sommers, James Sommers, Steven S o o n . Kian C h e o n g 2 4 6 S o r e n s e n , Kirsten 1 7 5 Sorensen, Thomas Spaeth. Cheryl 2 4 6 S p a n g . Ellen Spaulding, Adrena S p a y d e . Carolyn 171 S p e a k s . C Kirk 2 0 0 Speet, Shari Spencer. Steven Spitler, Stacy 2 4 6 Spoelhof, Craig Spraker, Sara Spreitzer, Jacqueline 182 S t a a l , Lois Stahman, Laura 85 Stair. Kelly 8 0 . 1 8 4 , 2 4 6 St. A m a n d . D o t t y Standifer. Todd 122, 187 Stannard, Cynthia 2 4 6 S t a r i h a , Michelle S t e e b y . Mark S t e e l e , Julie 1 8 6 Steenstra, Traci Stegenga, Charmaine S t e g e n g a , Kurt Stegenga, Matthew 80, 200, 2 4 6 S t e g i n k , Daniel 8 7 , 1 8 0 Stegink, Patricia S t e i n , Kristin 2 4 6 Steketee, Mary Stephens, Sharron 190 Stephens, Thomas S t e r k , Kimmi Sternberg, Sue 247 Stevens, Deborah 2 4 7 S t e w a r t . Keith 1 2 2 , 1 8 1 S t e w a r t . Michael Stewart. Todd 120, 122 Stid, Daniel 1 2 0 , 1 2 2 Stine, S t e p h e n 1 8 6 S t o c k h o f f , Eric 9 5 , 1 6 9 S t o e l , Ron 1 2 2 , 1 7 9 Stokes. Leah Stone, Christine 170 Straley, Jennifer 187 Strand, John 168 Strand. Stephanie 190 S t r e b e l , Allen Strieker, Amy 1 7 3 S t r i e g e l , Michelle 1 7 0 Strobel, Shelley 188 S t r o c k , K. P a i g e 2 4 7 Stroessner, Steven 79 Strong. Matthew S t r o o m , Kirsti Stuk, Timothy Stull, R o b e r t 1 6 6 Stull, T e r i 1 6 3 Stump, Todd S t u m p f , William S t u r m , Michael Sturm, Toni-Jo 170 Sturrus, Wendy Suchecki, T a m e l a 167 Suess, Susheela 80, 184 Sullivan, T i m o t h y Sundquist, Jodi S u p p , Alan 2 4 7 S u t t o n , Alan 1 6 1 Swain, T a m a r a 199 Swanson, Brenda 92 Sward, Nancy 170 Swartz, Denise 197 Swartz, Susan S w e e r s , Kristen 2 4 7 Sweetman, Jennifer Swieringa, Mary S y t s m a , Marilyn Sytsma, Randall Sytsma, Todd S y v e r u d , Kristie 2 4 7

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Tacy, Peter Tagg, Jonathan T a g g . Kristen 7 9 , 2 4 7 Talbot. Dawn 171 Tamashiro, Mayumi 199. 2 4 7 T a m m i n g a , Ellen T a n , Paul 185 Tangenberg, John Tanis. Joel T a n i s , Philip Tanis, W a d e 162 T a t e . Michelle 1 7 5 Taylor, Dale T a y l o r . Kimberly 1 6 6 Taylor. Marcia Taylor, Mary 8 7 , 88, 170 Taylor, T a m a r a 80, 87, 178 T a y l o r , William 1 8 0 T e a c h o u t , Christa Tellier, Beth 1 7 9 Tenhave, Jennifer T e n h o o r , David Tenhor, Thomas 169 T e n H u i s e n , Dwight 8 0 , 8 5 , 8 8 , 9 3 . 1 9 0 TenHuisen, Matthew 164 TenHuisen. Nathan T e r b e e k , Paul Terlouw, Peter T e r m a a t , Kristin Terpstra, Carrie 87 Terpstra, Tamela 186 Teter, Catherine 248 Tetlow, Diane 182 T e u s i n k , Michele 1 8 7 Theune. Daun 164 Thiel, Jill 1 7 3 Thomas, Adrienne 179 Thomas, Janet T h o m a s , Kimberly T h o m a s , William T h o m e , Lynn Thompson, Jennifer 184 Thompson, Kathryn 2 4 8 Thompson, Rebecca 80, 85, 179 Thompson, Susan Thomson, Darla 197 T h o m s o n . Lisa 7 9 . 2 4 8 Thomson, Zachary Thornhill, K a t h l e e n Thorpe, Andrew 122 Thurston, Robert 181 Tietz, Michael Tiggelaar, Janice Tiggleman, T a m a r a 177 Tilden, Peter 8 0 T i l m a n n , Kelly Tilstra, S h a w n Timlowski, D o n a l d Timmer Amy Timmerman, James T i m m e r m a n , Rolfe Tinholt, I r e n e T j o e l k e r , Lisa 8 0 , 1 9 0 T o d d , Dell 8 8 , 1 8 6 Todd, Jennifer 190 T o o k e r , Daniel Toole, Edward Toole, Ted 1 6 5 T o o l e y , Eric Toppen, Jeffrey 186 T o p p e n , Jill Torres, Hugo Torresson, Janine 193 Torsky, Cheryl 163 Townsend, Jacquelyn 179 Townsend, Wendy 248 Tran, Anh 162, 2 4 8 Tresnowski, Mary Trevarrow, Amy 193 Trinh, Nga 2 4 8 Trinh, Phu T r i p p , William Troost, J a m e s 2 4 8 T r o u p e , Karol Trumble, Kenneth 122 Tubergen, Heather 175 T u c k e r , Phil 2 4 8 Tuggy, Lynette 85, 166 Tuitel, J o h n n y 1 6 5 Turke, Randall Turkstra, Lora


T u r p i n , Loel Tusch, Cynthia 85, 8 6 T u t z a u e r , Monika 1 9 7 Twining, J a m e s Tyndall, Dawn 178 T y s e n , Kevin 1 8 7 Tysse, Cheryl 2 4 9

oj U e c k e r , Lisa 4 0 Uganski, Jeffrey 122 Ullenius, S t e v e n U m e m o r i , Daniel Uncapher, Andrea 88 Underwood, Diane Underwood, Stephen U n z i c k e r , David Upperman, Susan 178 Urban, Jennifer Usiak, Marsha 2 4 9

cp Voet, Scott 8 5 Vogelaar, Peter Vonk, Shelley 2 5 1 Voortman, J a n e 252 Vos, Diane 1 9 3 Vos, Margery V r e d e v e l t , Jill Vredevogd, Matthew 122, 161 Vroegop, Steven Valantasis, Louis 9 0 VanAelst, Scott VanAllsburg, Jon V a n A p p l e d o r n , Lisa 2 4 9 VanAppledorn, Todd V a n A r k , Elizabeth VanBelois, Terrie 2 4 9 VanBemmelen, Todd VanConant, Peter VanDahm, Cheryl 188 VanDahm, Laura 189 VanDahm, Mark 2 4 9 VanDam, Thomas 180 V a n d e B u n t e , Paul VandeMark, Douglas VanDeMark, Rhys 186 V a n d e n A k k e r , Carin 2 4 9 VandenBelot. Jon V a n d e n B e r g , Daniel V a n d e n B e r g , Elizabeth 1 8 4 VandenBerg. Theresa 161 VandenBosch, Kay V a n d e n B o s c h , Victoria 1 7 1 VandenBrink, Duane VandenBrink, Thomas V a n d e n H a u t e , Kevin 1 6 0 VandenHombergh, Teresa VanderAa, Janet VanderArk, Tamata 175 V a n d e r b i l t , Kristen 8 7 , 8 8 V a n d e r b i l t , William 1 2 2 VanderBorgh, Jane VanderHart, Jennifer VanderHart, Laurie VanderHart, Paul 2 4 9 V a n d e r H o f f , Cecilia 2 4 9 V a n d e r J a g t , Michelle 1 6 4 VanderKlay, T h o m a s 122, 2 5 0 VanderKolk, Albeertus 192, 193 VanderKolk, Martha VanderKolk, Wayne 186 V a n d e r K o o i , Kristi 1 8 4 VanderKuy, Caroline 199, 2 5 0 VanderLaan, Alana VanderLaan, Diane VanderLaan, Nancy 183 VanderLaan, Susan 188 Vandermeer, Bradley 186 Vandermeer, Gregory 250 Vandermel, Timothy V a n d e r M e u l e n , Colleen 1 7 5 V a n d e r m o l e n , Dirk 2 5 0

VanderMolen, Kristen 1 8 2 VanderPloeg, Jane VanderRoest, J a m e s 122, 192 VanderSchaaf. Connie VanderStarre, Marta 188 VanderStarre, Paul Vanderstoep, Scott 7 9 Vanderveen, Jonathan 8 5 Vanderveen, Kenneth Vanderveen, Timothy vanderVelde, Jonathan 162 V a n d e r v e l d e , Michael 1 9 2 VanderVennen, Kristeen 80, 199 VanclerWagen, John 179 Vanderweide, Ruth V a n D e r W e r f f , Philip 2 5 0 VanDerWerff, Sandra 189 VanDerWerff, Steven 161 V a n d e r z e e , Patricia 164, 2 5 3 V a n D e V e e n , Jill 8 5 , 2 5 0 VandeVenter, Jan VandeVusse, Laura VandeWaa, James VandeWege, Laree 173 VandeWege, Londa VanDommelen, Debra 2 5 0 VanDort, Paul VanDrunen, Paul VanDuinen, Marsha VanDuyne, Bethany 78, 2 5 0 VanDuyne, Cynthia 1 7 3 V a n D y k e , F. J a y VanDyke, Gayle 172 VanDyken Douglas VanEenenaam, J a m e s 181 VanEenenaam, Kate VanEngen, Annette 80 VanEs, Amy 80, 2 5 1 VanEyl, Paul V a n F a a s e n , William V a n G e n d e r e n , Gail VanGrouw, Todd 251 VanHall, Peter V a n H a r n , Monica VanHarn, Steven VanHeest, John 8 3 VanHeest, Thomas V a n H e k k e n , Daniel VanHoven, Karen 183 V a n H u i s , Maria Vanlstendal, Matthew 80, 186 Vanlstendal, Theresa 8 0 Vanlwaarden, Deborah 251 Vanlwaarden, Mark Vanlwaarden, Mary VanKoevering, Dyck VanKolken, Amy VanLente, Lynn VanLiere, Timothy VanLoon, John VanNoord, Diane VanNord, Joan 184 VanNuil, T h o m a s V a n O r d e r , Corissa V a n O v e r e n , Kirt V a n P u t t e n , Dirk V a n R e n t e r g h e m , R e n a 79, 167 VanSlooten, Karen V a n S l o o t e n , Lisa VanStee, Janice 187 VanTimmeren, Cynthia 1 7 8 V a n T o n g e r e n Christine VanTubbergen, Sharon VanValkenburg, Dale 1 2 2 VanWieren, Christopher Vanwingen, Sarah VanWyk, Lynne V a u g h n , Vicki Vedovell, Anne Veld, Jack 2 5 1 Veldbloom, Gayle 87, 8 8 Veldhoff, Lee 80, 85, 162, 2 5 1 Veldhuizen, Amy 171 V e l d i n k , Elizabeth 1 8 2 Veldman, Roger 185 Veltema, Douglas Veltkamp, Paige Vensel, Rebekah 1 8 3 Veramay, Karen 180 VerBeek, Todd 34, 92, 165 Vergos, Peter V e r h e y , Phyllis V e r m e e r , Daniel 7 9 , 8 5 , 1 6 1 Vermeulen, David 1 8 5 V e r m e u l e n , Dirk 7 8 , 1 2 2 Vermeulen, Martha 2 5 1 V e r Sluis, K i m b e r l e e Vetter, Vernae 188

Vetter, Vernita 171 Viening, Glen Vierkorn, Katherine 1 8 3 V i n c e n t , M a r y E. Vincent, Mary L Vinstra, Gregory 1 8 5 V i s c h e r , Kellie 1 6 4 Visscher, Jeffrey Visscher, Karen 8 0 Visser, J o h n Vissers, A l e t h e a Vissers, C a r l a Voci, S t e v e n 9 5

Waalkes, Beth 193 W a c h t e l - T o r r e s , Estelle Wagenaar, Lary 200, 252 Wagenschutz, Mark 181 W a g n e r , Gail W a g n e r , Kristine Wagner. Thomas 185 Wait, Robert Walchenbach, Nancy W a l c o t t . Jill 1 7 5 Waldorf, Kimberly 85, 92, 2 5 2 Walker. Colette 182 Walker, Kimberly 80, 85, 174 Walker, Lauren Walker. Trent 80. 165 W a l k e r , William 2 5 2 W a l l a c e , Kristina 1 7 1 W a l l d o r f f , Daniel Wallerius, J a m e s 1 8 6 W a l s h , Melissa 1 7 0 W a l s h , Phyllis 1 6 6 , 2 5 2 Walter, Susan Walters, J a m e s 8 3 W a l t e r s - V o s s , Virginia Waltz, Gerielle 1 8 7 Wammes, John Ward, Peter Warnock, Tobin W a r r e n , Calvin 8 0 , 1 6 1 Warren, Dean 8 0 Warren, Laurene Warriner, Amy 179 Waters, Mary J o Waters, Suzanne 79, 2 5 2 Watson, Scott 200, 2 5 2 W a t t , Kevin Way, Christopher 185 Way, Lorraine 2 5 2 W a y n e r , Jeff Weaver, DeWayne 85 Webb, Stephen Weber, Mary Webster, J a m e s Webster, Mark Webster, Paul 192 Wedlock, Michael 79, 190 Weeber, John W e e l d r e y e r , Dirk 8 9 , 9 2 , 2 5 3 Wehran, Wendy 178 Wehrmeyer, Todd Weidenfeller, Peter 181 Weidenhamer, Pauline Weidman, Linda Weidner, Mary 187 Weigle, M a t t h e w 1 6 9 Weisenbergr, Joan 183 Weisiger, Beth 2 5 3 Weisiger, Carin 187 Weisiger, Diana 175 Weisl, H e l e n a W e l c h , Kimberly 1 8 4 W e l d , Elizabeth 1 8 2 Weller, Barry Welling, G r e g o r y W e l m e r s , Kristi W e n d , E. J e a n Wennerstein, Donal W e n z l a f f , Jill 2 5 3 Werley, Laurie Werley, Mark Werley, Scott Werley, Todd Werme, Jon West. Wendy 90. 186 Westerbeke. Ann


Westerhoff. Marie Weston. Jon 192 Westveer. Jennifer 190 Wheatley. Anne Wheeler. Deborah 78, 2 5 3 Wheeler. Timothy 122. 169 Welpley. Joel Whewell, Christopher Whitcomb. Kenneth White. Bradley 1 6 0 W h i t e . David 9 2 White. Michelle Whitehouse, Barbara Whyard, Paul Wichnal, C h r i s t i n e 2 5 3 W i d m e r , David 1 6 9 Widmer, Susan 2 5 3 W i e l a n d . Krista 1 7 3 Wieland, Shelley 2 5 3 Wienke, T a m m y Wierda. Scott 2 5 3 Wierenga, Dean 161 W i e r s m a , Michael Wight. T h o m a s 1 6 1 Wikstrom. Mary 2 5 4 Wilbur. J e a n 2 5 4 Wilfred, J a c q u e l y n Wilhoit, Edie Wilkisn, Kirsten Wilkinson-Hall, L a u r a Will, Michael 1 6 6 Williams, D o u g l a s 2 5 4 Williams, Kristen Williams, S t a c e y 1 7 0 Wilson, Elaine Wilson, Emily Wilson, J e n n i g e r Wilson, Lise Winchester, Timothy Wingate, Laura 177 Winget, G w e n d o l y n Winkels, Lisa 1 7 4 Winkler, T o d d Winowiecki, R o n a l d Winquist, B l a k e Winslow, F. Elizabeth 1 7 8 Wiper, S a r a Wistrand, A n n a Witherspon, Pamela 2 5 4 W i t t e v e e n , Ellen 2 5 4 Witvoet, W a y n e Wojcinski, L e e A n n 9 3 , 2 5 4 Wolf, M a r y Wolffis, Tim Wolma, Deborah Wolterink, S c o t t 1 6 9 Woo, Raymond W o o d . Mitchell Wood, Prudence Woodruff, Laura Wooley, W e s l e y W o r k m a n , Michelle W o u l d s t r a , Michelle 1 7 3 Wright, C y n t h i a Wright, David 2 5 4 Wright, Lisa Wuerfel, Robert 169 Wuertz, Karen 2 5 4 W y k o f f , Lori Wyma, John Wyn, P a u l a Wynsma, Nathan

Z a h e d , Lily Zahrn, Lynnette Zandergen. Blake Z a n d e e . Lisa Zartman, Onalee Z a w i e r u c h a , Michelle Zhang, Raymond Ziel, T e r e s a Z i m m e r , Allison Zimmer, Donald Zinn, C h r i s t o p h e r Z o e r h o f , David Zoerhoff, Jarvis Z o e r h o f f , Tim 2 5 5 Zolikoff, M a r y Z u i d e m a , C h ri s t i n e 1 6 7 Zuidema, Sarah 2 5 5 Zuidersma, Cheryl Z u w e r i n k , Julia 1 7 0 Zwart, Lawerence Zwart. Nancy Zweifel. K a t h r y n 2 5 5 Zwemer, Charles Zwyghuizen. J a y n e 2 5 5 Zylman, Lannette 2 5 6 Zylman, Stephen Z y l s t r a , David Z y l s t r a , Kimberly Zylstra. L a u r a

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COLOPHON EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ASSISTANT EDITOR PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR

Lee Ann Wojcinski Dwight TenHuisen . . John Armstrong

EDITORIAL STAFF: Steffany Dawson, Beth Gloeckler, Brian Haskin, Sue Looman. PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF: John DeNeef, Brain Greene, Jon Hofman, Peter Idema, Kevin Large, Gary Reynolds, Dave Ross, Eric Stockoff, Steve Voci. Volume 69 of the MILESTONE was published by Taylor Publishing Company, Dallas, Texas. Cover: The cover is a two color embossed with a blue # 4 4 1 base, silkscreen applied colors are red # 7 0 1 and yellow # 8 2 6 on 150 point binders board. Paper stock: Pages are printed on 80# enamel and the final cut size is 9 " x l 2 " . Endsheets and enamel stock with super blue # 1 1 , red #35, and yellow #52. Type: Headline styles vary throughout the book but body and caption copy utilize souvenir. Headlines vary in size, body copy is 10 pt., captions (cut lines) are 8 pt., and photo credits are 6 pt. Photography: Senior portraits and underclass group shots were done by Varden Studios of Rochester, New York. All other black and white photography was developed and printed by the Milestone staff. Sports group photos were provided by the Office of College Relations.

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