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VI Hope College Holland, Michigan Volume 70


FACES AROUND CAMPUS

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1986 PULL This year's Pull almost became the fourth Pull to be cancelled due to rain. Luckily it was just rescheduled one day later, Saturday, September 27. The 89th annual "Tug of War" was won by the sophomore class, (89). Repeating the performance of the class of 84, the sophomore class remains unbeaten in Pull, with two straight victories. In 1977, the Pull lasted a very long three hours and fifty-one minutes before judges declared it a tie due to darkness. (The least amount of time needed for a Pull victory was in 1956, a quick two and one half minutes.) Because of the rules limiting the length of time for the Pull, implemented after the 1977 marathon, a time limit was set at three hours for the contest. The Pull, for the third year in a row, lasted its allotted time of three hours. After the time is up the judges measure the rope to determine the winning class. Upon measuring the length, the sophomores were found to be 64 inches to the good, and thus the victors. The f r e s h m e n a n d sophomore teams, consisting of 18 men and women plus alternatives, are coached by juniors and seniors. These upperclassmen were "Pullers" previously. The coaches for the 1990 freshmen team were Todd Claypool, Mike Bey, Craig Sharp, Kurtis Kossen, Doris Niehof, Heidi Clark, and Hope J o y c e . The 1 9 8 9 sophomore coaches were John Beyer, Scott Voet, Craig Peterson, Rodney Brush, Jill Mannon, Susan Kunkle, and Terri Henry.

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NYKERK The tradition of Nykerk continued this year between the Freshman Class of 1990 and the Sophomore Class of 1989. The Freshmen opened the evening with their rendition of the "Theme from New York, New York." The Sophomore Orator, Elizabeth Veldink, then spoke about the phrase, '"Tis a Gift to be Simple, 'Tis a Gift to be Free." After this the Freshmen put on the play "The Frog Prince." Following intermission the Sophomores sang "Let the Sunshine In." They performed the play "Winniethe-Pooh" after the Freshman Orator, Jennifer Haskin, gave her version of '"Tis a Gift to be Simple, 'Tis a Gift to be Free." As the judges left you could feel the tension in the air. The participants spent three short weeks preparing for thi:; evening with the help of their coaches and morale guys. The judges returned after a short while and Jill Mannor the general chairperson announced that the Freshmen class of 1990 had won!!! Freshmen Coaches Song: Play; Orator: Morale:

Sophomore Coaches Song: Play: Orator: Morale:

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Karen VanHoven Karen V a r a m a y Carole Bach Krista Koelling Janis Gaillard Shelly Krause Alan Diekman Tami Flanders Tom Grabill I. Kevin Kremer

Jean Dekoekkoelc Susan Thompson Lyn Curley Amy McCartney Janice Day Betsy Huttar Dennis Dolsen Jefi Neevel Peter Weidenieller Michael French Deb Fleming Mark Larson Tom Hoolihan

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VESPERS This year marked the 46th annual Christmas Vespers services. Vespers featured over 200 students who participate in Hope College Chorus and Chapel Choir, directed by Prof. Roger Rietberg; the Symphonette, directed by Dr. Robert Ritsema; and the Brass Ensemble, conducted by Prof. Russell Floyd. The services were all well attended by students, faculty, administration, and the community. The music was well prepared and filled the chapel and all those who attended with the warmth a n d l o v e of the Christmas Spirit.


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AWARENESS DAY

Awareness Day is a newer tradition at Hope. It gives students and faculty the opportunity to experience what it is like to be "handicapped." Students and faculty who wish to participate are put in simulations of being visually impaired, mobility impaired, and hearing impaired. They are also given the chance to see and use different instruments that the impaired use. It is a great chance to see how other people live and work.

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PRESIDENT FORD CONVOCATION

On April 24 President Ford was given an honorary degree Doctor of Laws. President Ford spent most of his early life in Grand Rapids, Mich. He graduated from the University of Michigan and then went on to Yale Law School. He began his national political career in 1949 as a Congressman for Michigan's Fifth District. He was a member of the House of Representatives and was the House Republican minority leader. After thirteen terms in the House, he became the first U.S. President to take office without being elected.

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HOMECOMING "Thanks for the Memories" Hope overpowers Alma 35-7 John Beyer and Janice Doy crowned at holftime.

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Adams, Julie Empire, MI Language Arts French Honor Society, Dorm Council, Honors English

Allison, Anne Gaylord, Ml Sibylline

Anderson, Barbara HoUand, Ml Comp. Sci a n d Bus. Softball

Aldrich. David Ypsilanti, Ml Physics WTHS, Barbell Club, SPS

Annis, Karen Grand Rapids, MI Biology Sigma Sigma, Nykerk, Tri Beta, FCA

Anderson, Michael HoUand, MI Business

Austin, Amy Minneapolis, Minn. Comm. a n d Spanish Int'I Relations Club

An dree, Elizabeth Holland, MI Lang. Arts comp., swimming. Mortar Board

Baehr, Heidi Grand Blanc, Ml Chemistry Dance Concert, Inter-Varsity, Alpha Epsilon Delta

Barcanic, Sandy Warrenville, IL Soc/Psych

Balk, Steven Rockiord, MI Business Arcadian

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Bareman, Steven Zeeland, MI Comp. Sci Programming Team


Beal, Dwight Holland, Ml Music a n d Comm.

ficrum. C h a r Evanston, IL Art

Baxter, Kim Hastings, Ml Lang. Arts Comp. Cheerleading (captain), tennis, FCA (leader). Mortar Board

Beck, Douglas MiddJetown, OH Econ. a n d Psych. Psi Chi, Mortar Board. Business Club

* Bean. Rhonda New Wilmington, PA Business Ad. Women's Issues (pres.), FCA, SAC

Beld, Dave Grandville, Ml Bus. A dm. Arcadian, Business Club

Beyer, Jonathan Allegan, Ml Communications Arcadian, Tennis, Football, Basketball

Beckett, Robin G r a n d Rapids, Ml Bus. Adm./Acc't Sigma Sigma, Nykerk, Business Club, Milestone

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Billstrand, / a i r e s South Holland, IL Comp. Sci WTHS, Intervarsity, Deans List

Billstrand, John South Holland, IL Economics

Blasch, Karen Glendale, NY Bus. A dm. Business Club, Dorm Council, College Chorus

Bobinski, Diane Kensington, CT Bus. A dm. and Comm. Delta Phi, Business Club

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Bond, Gayle Williamston, MI P.E. Sibylline, Track, Barbell Club, Cross Country

Boss, Brenda Ellsworth, MI Social Studies Comp.

Bosnian, Stephanie G r a n d Haven, MI Humanities Comp. Sibylline, Sail Club

Brace, Steven Charlotte, NC Bus. A dm.

Bourne, Richard Internat'l Ed. Social Studies, Track, Inklings, Opus, Anchor

Brewer, Tamala Augusta, MI Learning Disabilities

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Bradley, Diane HoUand, MI Communications

Brugh, Sheryl Bangor, MI Biology Barbell Club, Softball

Brown, Kevin Elkhart, IN Psych.

Brown, Matthew Fennville, MI Chemistry Intramurals, Chem. Club a n d Pi Mu officer

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Broadlield, Elaine Stevensville, MI Learning Disabilities Nykerk, Pull

Brush, Rodney South Haven, MI Bus. A dm. Kappa Eta Nu, Pull (coach). Business Club, Fraternity Pres.


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Burda. Dehra Three Rivers, MI Economics Track, Cross Country

Calkins. Lori Grand Rapids, MI Special Ed. Sibylline

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Buurma, Elizabeth Somerville, NJ Vocak Music Ed. Delta Omicron (1st V.P. and Music Advisor)

Canlield, Lori Midland, MI Music, Comp. Sci a n d Psych. Delta Omicron, Psi Chi, Mortar Board, Orchestra Symphonette

Campbell Wendy N. Muskegon, MI Psych/Soc a n d Spec. Ed. Sibylline, Nykerk, Pull, Psi Chi

Chandler, Kathy Media, PA P.E. Field Hockey, FCA, Track, Delta Phi

Carpenter, Scoff Pittsburgh, PA Poli. Sci., History, French Student Congress (V.P.). Pi Sigma Alpha (Pres.), Global Awareness (Pres.)

Clark, Douglas Spring Lake, MI Poli. Sci. Football, Student Congress

Cook. Amy Montague, MI Math, Comp. Sci.

Colterjohn, Mark Barrington, IL Psych, a n d Bus. Adm. SAC (Entertainment Chair), Student Congress, Psi Chi

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Chase, Timothy Howard City, MI Chemistry Football (capt.). Mortar Board, Chem. Club (Pres.). ski Club

Cooper. Doug Lansing, MI Bus. Adm. Football

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Daily. Ruth Bloomfield Hills, MI Comm. Delta Phi, RA, tour guide, Co-Host of Wed. Weekend

Cooper, Sfeven HoUand, MI Math WTHS — personnel Director, program director. General Manager

Curley. Lyn Wayland, MA Music FCA, Cheerleader, Nykerk, Homecoming Court

Davison, Janine Muskegon, MI Bus. A dm. SAC, Presidential Scholar

DeKoekkoek. Jean Kalamazoo, MI Science Comp. Nykerk Coach

Deck. Paul Trenton, MI Chemistry

Deedrick, Jan Chagrin Fails, OH Lang. Arts Comp. Kappa Delta Chi, RA, PCS, Nykerk, Chapel Choir

Devoe, Joanne Long Valley, NJ Math Sibylline, Pull, Nykerk, Pi Mu Epsilon

DeWitt. Sandra Zeeland, MI Nursing Field Hockey, FCA, Mich. Student Nurses Assoc.

DeWitt, Dirk Zeeland, MI Psych.

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DeWitt. Mark HoUand, MI WTHS.

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DeWolff, Darla Kalamazoo, Ml Nursing


Dokter, Amy Lansing, IL German and Bus. Adm. Nykerk, German Club, Business Club

De young, Sheryl Grand Rapids, MI Bus. Adm.

Dick, Michael Decatur, MI Chemistry Intervasity, Mortar Board, AED

Dolson, Dennis Brighton, MI Athletic Trainer

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Doyle, Kathleen Michigan City, IN Comm.

Dood, Lindsey Lansing, MI

Doom, Roger Kalamazoo, MI Business Adm. Arcadian, Football

Eberhard, Sarah Holland, MI Comm. Delta Omicron, FCA, nykerk. Chapel Choir

Dyke ma, Cheryl Wyoming, MI Psych/Soc SAC, Nykerk, Bible Study

Ellis, Amy Detroit, MI lntemat'1 Studies a n d hist. Student Congress

MlilMiiikr jli: Eickhoif, Linda Clarendon Hills, IL Business Adm. Sigma Sigma, Pan Hel

Essenberg, Michelle Grandville, MI Psych a n d psych/soc Sibylline

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Evans, Lisa Berrien Springs, MI Bus. A dm. Wind Ensemble. Band, Barbel] Club, Dorm Council

Fikse, Mark Downer's Grove, IL Bus. Adm./Acc't.

d Faber, Jill G r a n d Rapids, MI Bus. A dm. Student Congress, Intervarsity, Dean's List

Fischer. Kim Muskegon, MI History Delta Phi, Nykerk

Filka, Robert G r a n d Haven, MI Bus. Adm. a n d Poli. Sci.

Flickema, Tracy Twin Lake. MI Poli. Sci.

Fleming, Deborah Mishawaka, IN Psych. Orchestra, FCS. FCA

French, Beth South Haven, MI Spanish SAC, Spanish Club, FCS, RA

Fuchikami, Diana San Jose, Costa Rica Comp. Sci., Spanish

French, Michael Benzonia. MI Humanities/Ed. SAC (publicity)

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Foy, Leslie Midland. MI Nursing Basketball, Softball. Volleyball

Gardlund, Karin Utica. MI Comp. Sci.


Gardner. John Cincinnati, OH Comm. a n d Religion Mortar Board, Anchor, Cross Country, T.V. Crew

Good. Barbara River Forest, IL History Sigma Sigma (Pres.), Track, Phi Alpha Theta

Glenn, fionnie Traverse City, MI Bus. Adm./Acc't.

Grochowalski. Ada, MI Math Volleyball, Pull, SAC, Nykerk, UCS

Grobert, Cheryl Warrenville, IL Social Studies Comp. Kappa Delta Chi, Nykerk. In tram urals

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Gust a/son, Eric Birmingham, MI Chemistry

Groters, Dawn Zeeland, MI Bus. A dm. FCA, Volleyball, Business Club

Hanson, Kris Grand Rapids, MI Bus. A dm. Delta Phi, FCA, Pull, Nykerk

Hart. Susan Oak Lawn, IL Bus. A dm. Kappa Delta Chi, Opus, FCS. Nykerk

Harlow, Heidi Holland, MI N using

Harris, Jeanne Western Springs, IL Special Ed. Delta Phi, P a n Hel, Chapel Choir

Harter. Katherine Midland, MI Math Soccer, Anchor

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Hartt, David Oldsaybrook, CT Geo. a n d Bus. Adm. Soccer, Sailing Club, Chapel Choir

HeidJauf. Karyn St. Charles, IL Psych. Sigma Sigma, Nykerk

Henderson, Cheryl Ft. Wayne, IN Poli. Sci. a n d Phil. Kappa Delta Chi, Pi Sigma Alpha, FCS, SAC, nykerk

Hathaway. Amy Muskegon, Ml Special Ed. Kappa Delta Chi, Pan Hel

Hendrickson, Amy Midland, MI Bus. Adm. Delta Phi (Pres.), MGCP, FCA, Young Life

Hepenstal, David Midland, MI English Anchor, WTHS

Henry, Terri Wenham, MA English Delta Phi, Pull, Chapel Choir

Hoekstra, Karen HoUand, MI English a n d P.E. Cross Country, Track, Basketball

Heyboer, David Grand Rapids, MI Chemistry

Heydenhurg, Deborah G r a n d Rapids, MI Bio. a n d Spanish Cross Country, Track, BBB, Spanish Club

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Herman, Teresa Romeo, MI Economics Pull, Nykerk, Upward Bound

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Hoffiz, RacheUe Bloomfield Hills, MI Comm. Delta Phi, Soccer, WTHS


Hollenbeck. Cindy Spring Lake, MI Biology Sigma Sigma, Track, BBB, Nykerk, Pull, FCA

Hoffman. Jennifer Grand Haven, MI Art Art-a-thon

i Hofman, David Holland, MI Physics Emersonian, Math Club, Society of Physics Students

Holzhausen, Kurt Palm Springs, FX Psych, a n d Bio.

Hoolihan, Tom White Bear Lake, MN Art Nykerk Moral Coach, Chapel Choir, Art Guild

Houts, Brian Riverdale, MI Comm. and Bus. A dm. Comm. Society, Hope College T.V.

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Hop, Vicki Hudsonville, MI Bus. A dm.

Huttar, Elizabeth Holland, MI English a n d Phil. Delta Phi, Baker Scholar, Mortar Board, Nykerk, Opus

Hunt, Wendy Parma, MI Geology Sigma G a m m a Epsilon, Geology Club

Jaeger, George Holland, MI Biology Ultimate, WTHS

Isacksen, Robert Brighten, MI Chemistry

Jager, Cyndi Traverse City, MI Special Ed. Nykerk

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Johnson. Diane Bensenville, IL English Sigma Sigma, Nykerk

Jennings. Constance Kalamazoo, MI Music Delta Omicron

Johnson. Charlotte Okemos, MI Biology Delta Phi, Swimming

Kamstra. Karla Grand Rapids, MI Special Ed. Nykerk, SAC, Pull

Judson. Sandy Winn, IL Psych/Soc. Field Hockey, Track. FCA. Psi Chi. Mortar Board

Kida. Yuichi Int'l Ed. (Japan) Bus. A dm.

Kemper, Anne Montague. MI Kappa Delta Chi

King ma, Craig Grand Rapids, MI Science Comp. Cross Country, Track

Klaaren. Kristen Middletown, CT Psych. Psi Chi (V.P.). Women's Issues Org. (Pres.)

Kinstner. Car la Muskegon, MI Math

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King. Lisa Evanston. IL Special Ed. Delta Phi (V.P.). Special Ed Ministries

Koetsier. Susan Kentwood. MI Economics a n d Bus. Adm. Pull. Softball. FCA. Field Hockey. RA. Mortar Board


Kooienga, Beth Evergreen Park, IL Special Ed. Sibylline, Nykerk, Upward Bound

Kolling, Vicki Glen Ellyn, IL Special Ed. Sibylline, FCA, May Day Court

Konkle, Brock Rockiord, MI P.E.

Kuiper, Doug GrandviUe, MI Bus. A dm. Golf

buyers, Mark South Bend, IL Bus. Adm. Fraternal (Pres.), IFC, IM Football, Barbell Club

Kulier. Nancy Holland, MI Bus. Adm. a n d Econ. Business Club

Lakanen, John Muskegon, MI Chemistry Intervarsity

KunkJe. Susan G r a n d Rapids, MI Bus. Adm. Sigma Sigma, Pull (coach), FCA, Homecoming Court

LaHoche, Ann Dorr, MI Chemistry Alpha Epsilon Delta, Chem. Club

Laney, Bonnie Kalamazoo, MI English Kappa Delta Chi, Opus

Large, Kevin Holland, MI Psych, a n d Phil. Psi Chi, Mortar Board, Milestone

Larrabee, Jeffrey Rediord, MI Engineering a n d German Cross Country, Track

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Larson, Elisabeth Midland, MI Biology BBB, AED, SAC. Service Fralemity

Larson. Erlund Dearborn. MI Chemistry Chem. Club

Larson. Gail Mt. Prospect. IL Nursing Sibylline

Latham. Anne St. Joseph. MI Bus. A dm. Sigma Sigma (Pres., Pledge Master), Business Club, Bus. News Letter (co-Ed.)

Larson. Mark Williamson. NY Art SAC, WTHS

Lewis. Susan Fremont, OH L a n g u a g e Arts Comp. Pull, Nykerk (Sr. Rep.)

Leigh. Whitney Chicago. IL History a n d Poli. Sci. Black Coal., Tennis, Hope College Democrats, Anchor (Editor)

Mann or. Jill Grandville, MI English Sigma Sigma (pres.). Pull (coach), Nykerk (chairperson). SAC

McCartney, Amy Wilmette, IL Special Ed. Delta Phi, Nykerk (coach)

McBee, Kim Sunrise, PL

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Lindner. Marji Spring Lake, MI Psych.

McCleary. Craig Whitehall, MI Chemistry Chem. Club, Mortar Board, AED, Football


McEIwee. John Bedford, MI Bus. A dm. Cross Country, Track, MGCP, Union of Catholic Students

McNally, Mark S. Holland, IL Engineering Science Football

McKay, Michelle Benzonia, MI Bus. A dm. Opus, Barbell Club, Karate Club

McPherson, Theresa Bellevue, WA Philosophy Student Congress, WIO, Field Hockey, Anchor

McNutt, Heidi Birmingham, MI Health A dm. Sibylline, Opus, SAC, Big Sister, Ski Club

MekJces, Mark Grandville, MI Theatre Theatre productions and lighting

Memberto, Brian Muskegon, MI Bus. A dm.

Meconi, David Paw Paw. MI Bus. A dm. Football, Lacrosse

Meyer. John Alma, MI

Modric, Kim Clinton, MI Bus. A dm.

Chem. Club

Mitchell, Suzanne Ada, MI Bus. A dm. a n d Comm. Sigma Sigma (V.P.), Student Congress, Pull, Nykerk

Moore. Jeliery Muskegon, MI Comm. Wind Ensemble, SAC, Orchestra

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Morden, Katherine New Erd, MI Biology Nykerk, Pull

Morris, Jean Jenison, MI Psych./Soc. and Psych. Orchestra, Nykerk

Mork, Steven Calumet City, IL Chemistry Chem. Club (V.P.), Swimming, RA, Pi Mu Epsilon (V.P.)

Morrison, Christine Madison Heights, MI Biology Sibylline, AED, BBB, Nykerk

Medeau, Samuel Muskegon, MI Bus. A dm. Arcadian, Track, Sailing Club

Moser, Eric South Bend, IN Physics and Math

Monger, Craig Coopersville, MI Physical Ed.

Oigers, Gregory HoUand, MI German Anchor (co-Ed.), Student Congress (1st V.P.), Mortar Board

Niekamp. Roisin Forsyth, IL Special Ed.

Norden, Mary Yokaham, Japan Special Ed. Delta Pi, RA, Young Life, FCS, May Day Court

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Neevel. Jefirey Wapping Falls, NY Comm. WTHS, Chapel Choir, Nykerk (Moral Coach)

Osef, Edward Detroit, MI Chemistry College Chorus, Barbel] Club, Chapel Choir, Chem. Club


Oudsema, Matthew N. Muskegon, MI Moth a n d Econ. Upward Bound

Paarlberg, Laurence Coldwater, MI Bus. A dm.

Ourada, Pamela Western Springs, IL Comm./Elem. Ed. Young Liie, Morlar Board (Pres.), Chapel Choir

Parker, Jennifer Ho-Ho-kus, NJ Special Ed. Chi Alpha, Track. Swimming, Alcohol Awareness, BARCHUS

Perez Pa/a, Jose Peru Bus. Adm. and CSCI IRC. Spanish

Peel, Robert Spring Lake, Ml Bus. A dm. Swimming

Peirce, floberf Birmingham, MI Psych. Psi Chi

Petersen. Carl HoUand, MI Bus. Adm. Sailing Club, Intra. Football

Phelps. Jenniier Okemos, MI Comm./Psych. Comp. Sibylline (Pres.). BACCHUS. RA. Chapel Choir

Pefersen, Eric Staten Island, NY Poli. Sci.

Pham, Anne HoUand. MI Psych./Soc.

Piersma. Craig S. HoUand. IL Bus. Adm. a n d Comm. Anchor, WTHS, PuU, Bus. Club, Hope T.V.

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Pikaari. Michael Hudsonville, MI Secondary Ed. Emersonian, Pull, Nykerk (Moral Coach), Milestone

Plowman, Timothy Lansing, MI Bus. A dm.

Plumert, Car la Hudsonville, MI Comm. a n d English Nykerk

Plaxton, Roger HoUand, MI Spanish a n d Music

Powers, Moira West Olive, MI Math Tennis, Young Life, FCA, Math Club

Polczer, Silvia Aurora, IL Comp. Sci. a n d Comm. HoUand Wed., Nykerk, Comm. Society (Pres.)

Premo, David Fremont, MI Bus. Adm. a n d Int'l Studies IRC (Publicity), Sac, Ski Club

Porter. Blair Dearborn, MI Bus. A dm. a n d Math Business Club (Pres.). Big Brother, Hope T.V. Crew

Prins, Michael HoUand, MI Bus. Adm. Young RepubUcan

Faemer, Katherine Lapeer, MI Lang. Arts Comp.

Pugh, Aaron FennviUe, MI Comp. Sci. BarbeU Club, WTHS, Pi Mu EpsUon

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Relyea, Gregg HoUand, MI Psych./Soc. Comp. Lacrosse Club (Coach)


Bulgers, Sally Holland, Ml Bus. Adm. Nykerk, Business Club

Ritsema. Lee Bus. Adm. Fraternal, Mortar Board

yk Roeio/s, Linda Kentwood, MI Special Ed. Kappa Delta Chi, Higher Horizons, Nykerk

Sanderson, Janis Cadillac. MI Biology

Sands. Elizabeth Hopewell Junction, NY English/Comm. Comp. Soccer

Sanderson, Judy Cadillac, MI Biology

Saniord. Beth Grand Rapids, MI Soc. a n d Psych. Sibylline, Pull, Nykerk, Higher Horizons

Sangren, Amy Muskegon, MI Poli. Sci. a n d Philos. Sibylline. Student Congress, Pan Hel, Pull, Nykerk, Pi Sigma Alpha

SatlJer, Eric Grand Rapids, MI Bus. Adm. Baker Scholar

Sayer. Marcia Oakland, N) English

Save llano. Rachel Muskegon, MI Biology BBB, Nykerk, Biology Club

Schadler. Steven St. Joseph, MI Chemistry Emersonian

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Schalhamer. Bonnie Jackson. MI Comm. a n d Psych. T.V. Crew. Comm. Society

Schnitzer, Stefan Ann Arbor, MI Comp. Sci. Soccer

Schouf, Nancee HoUand, MI Nursing

Sharp, Jennifer Dublin, OH Nursing Sibylline, Field Hockey, FCA

Schmidt, Jodie Tecumseh, MI Nursing

Shell. William Ypsilanti, MI Bus. A dm. a n d Comp. Sci. Chapel Choir, ACM Programming Competition

Simone, Lisa River Forest, IL Religion Young Lile, Orchestra, Creative Worship, Symphonette

Slette, Stein HoUand, MI P.E.

Sleide, Tim Grand Rapids, MI Biology

Sly, Anne Kalamazoo, MI Humanities Comp. Nykerk, Orchestra, Delta Omicron, Symphonette

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Shoemaker, Kevin Kentwood, MI Bus. A dm. Arcadian, Cross Country, Track, Mortar Board, Chapel Choir

Smith, Sandra Novi, MI Ed. Union of Catholic Students (Pres.)


Sommers, Steve Kentwood, MI Bus. Adm. a n d Psych. Baseball, Bus. Club

Soefer, Ben DePerc, MI Psych. Arcadian

Soialc, David Grosse lie, MI Math Milestone, IM Sports

Speet, Shari Holland, MI English/Ed. Delta Phi, Nykerk

Stull, Terri Rockiord, MI Physics Kappa Delta Chi, Nykerk, Physics Club

Sf. Amand, Dotty Petosky, MI Psych./Soc. a n d Bio.

Stroessner, Sfeven Whitewater, WI Psych./Soc. a n d Psych Inklings (Ed.)

Sturrus, Wendy Jenison, MI Bus. Adm. a n d Psych. Delta Phi

Taylor. Kimberly Bucharan, MI Psych./Soc. Delta Phi, Volleyball

Tamminga. Ellen Hudsonville, Ml Chemistry/Ed. FCA, Chem. Club

ranis, Philip Holland, Ml History

Tenhor, Thomas Staten Island, NY Comp. Sci. ACM, OCS Scotland

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Theune, Daun Cheboygen, WI Bus. A dm. Kapf>a Delta Chi, Nykerk, Student Congress

TenHuisen, Matthew Clytner. NY Math Pi Mu Epsilon, FCA

Thompson, Jeffrey HoUand, Ml Comp. Sci. Baseball

TerMaat, Kristen G r a n d Rapids, MI Humanities Comp. Delta Phi, Nykerk, Coloriorm Club, Pan Hel

Tjoelker, Lisa Grand Rapids, MI Elem. Ed. Sibylline, FCA, Nykerk, FCS

Thompson, Susan Ann Arbor, MI Special Ed. Sigma Sigma, Nykerk (Coach)

Tooley, Eric Spring Arbor, MI Bus. Adm. Fraternal, LaCrosse

Tietz, Michael Kentwood, MI Bus. Adm. a n d Psych. Baseball, Business Club

Tripp, William Muskegon, MI Math Emersonian, Pull, Nykerk. WTHS, IM Sports

Tuggy, Lynette Wheaton, IL Piano Performance Nykerk, FCA, Delta Omicron (Pres.), Chapel Choir

Trumble, Kenneth Muskegon, MI Comp. Sci. a n d Math Football, Lacrosse

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Turke, Randall E. Lansing, MI Bus. Adm.


Van Ark. Elizabeth Holland. Ml Psych. Swimming, FCA, Global Awareness. Psi Chi. Mortar Board

Vanden Bosch. Kay Holland, MI Psych. WTHS. Nykerk, Higher Horizons, Model UN

I . ^ Vanden Berg, Theresa Martin, MI Science Comp. Kappa Delta Chi, Softball, Field Hockey

Vanderbilt. Kristen E. Williamson, NY Humanities Comp. Intervarsity

Vander Kolk, Martha Hamilton, MI German Anchor, Nykerk, Theater, German Honor Society

Vander Hart. Jennifer N. Tarrytown, NY English Sigma Sigma (Treas.), WTHS

Vander Mel, Tim Spring, TX Fraternal

Vander Jagt, Michelle G r a n d Rapids, MI English Student Congress, Nykerk

Vander Schaaf, Connie Holland, MI Bus. Adm. Int'l Relr.tions, French Club, Business Club

Vander Vennen, Kris Grand Rapids, MI Nursing

Vanderstoep, Scott Grandville, MI Psych, and Religion Basketball. WTHS, Psi Chi, Student Congress

Van Dyken. Douglas Middleville, MI Bus. Adm./Acc't Emersonian, IFC, Sports

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Van Henferghezn, flena Beecher, IL Biology German Club, Chem. Club, BBB, Bio. Club, Nykerk, Soccer, SAC, Higher H o m o n s

Van Dyke. F. Jay HoUand, MI Bus. A dm. Kappa Eta Nu, IFC, Ski Club, Karate Club

Vensel, Rebekah G e n e v a , OH Poli. Sci.

Van IstendaJ, Theresa Louisville, KY Special Ed. FCA (Pres.), RA, Young Liie, SAC. Women's Issues

Voef. Scott Grandville. MI P.E. Fraternal. Track, FCA. Cheerleading. Pull (Coach). Chapel Choir

Vierkorn, Katherine Avon, OH Poli. Sci. a n d Math Anchor, WTHS, RA, French AT, Mortar Board, Pi Sigma Alpha

Vredevelt, Jill Portage. MI Math VoUeybaU. Mortar Board. Pi Mu Epsilon (Pres.)

Visscher, Karen Falls Church. VA Int'l Studies a n d Math Sigma Sigma. Tennis. Pull. Nykerk. WTHS. Pi Mu Epsilon. Pres. Scholar

Wagenaar, Larry HoUand. MI History a n d Religion Student Congress. Anchor. Phi Alpha Theta

Walburg, Sharon E. G r a n d Rapids. MI Psych./Soc. Sibylline. Nykerk

Wagenschutz. Mark MarshaU. MI Bus. A dm. Baseball

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Walsh, Andrew Holland. MI Math Track


West, Wendy Lynwood. 111. Bus. A dm. Sigma Sigma, Nykerk, Bus. Club. Pull. Milestone, Anchor, Opus

Webster. James Grand Rapids, Mich. P.E. Volleyball

Weidenieller. Peter Grand Rapids, Mich. Comm. Emersonian. Nykerk (Moral Coach), Comm. Club. IM Sports

Williams, Kristen Farmington Hills. Mich. Biology Bio. Club. Symphonette. Delta Omicron, Nykerk. Wind Ensemble

Werterbeke, Ann Stevensvllle. Mich. Bus. A dm. FCA. Wind Ensemble, Mortar Board, Bus. Club. Symphonette, Orchestra

yoshonis. Peter Okemos. Mich. Psych.

Zhang. Haymond HoUand. Mich. Chem. & Comp. Sci.

Wright. Gale Hartford. Mich.

De Winter. Greg Grandville. Mich.

GrUiith, Libby Sturgis. Mich.

Day. Janice Mason, Mich.

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Row 1: Amy Harwig, Beth Tellier, Jodi Townsend, Sue Koehn, Katie VerBeek, Amy McQuillan, Lori Koshork, Amy Folgers. Row 2: Karla Koops, Amy Israel, Tammy Israel, Tammy VanderArk, Jenny Todd. Row 3: Dawn Downing, Stacey Jekel, Kris benes, Jennifer Brown, Dianne Brown, Diana Weiseger, Amy Van Kolken, Daren Jekel, Brenda Laninga, Marsha VanDuinen. now 4: Michelle Lovisco, Michelle Steriegel, Laura Kamminga, April Moore, Amy Braksick, Sandy Lupkes, Heather Tubergen, Olenna Kriekard, Kristin Kollmeyer.


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Row 1: Dacia Pickering, Sue Clearwater, Brenda S w a n s e a Karen Rubin, Kathy Bosma, Crissa Austin, Kristen Yeomans, Martha C a m p . How 2: Paige Edward, Jill Datoma, Kris Kuhn, Mary Meengs, Renee G e m e r a a d , Lara Mackenbach, Julie Andrew, Amy Veldhuisea Kira Willdns, Leslie Piaget. Row 3: C a s s a n d r a Derks, Maria Lampe, Toni Koziel, Anne Harrington, Trisca Rutledge, Michelle Tate, Susan Buttrey, Maureen McManus, Kathi McGookey, S a r a h Boonstra, Lori Bosma, Laurie McGeehan, Carolyn Spayde.

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Row 1: A n n a Wistrand, Christine Gannon, Darla DeWollf, Karen Reilly, Kim Chappie. Row 2: David Ross, Kevin Kremer, Chns Gergely, Jeff Neudeck, Cyndi Jager, Amy Dokter, Karla Kamstra, Sylvia Poiczer, Michelle Vanderjagt. Row 3: Robin Kasten, Lon Pederson, Laura Saxsma, Karen Blasch, Toni Sturm, V e m a e Vetter, Judy Nordmeyer, Karen Meyer, Mary Hochstedler, Brenda Boss, Brenda Heneveld. Row 4: Pam Douma, Doug Beck, Matt TenHuizen, Jeff Muma, Dan Lucker, Kaarli Bergman, Nancy Zwart. Row 5: Doug Nord, Ron Stoel, Robb Peirce, Michael Glavanovich, Bob McDougall.

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Row 1: Eric Lode, Chip Damby, Chris Keiser, Chris Lohroff, Jeff Grooters. Lying down: Marshall Yoder, Jon Peddie. In Back; C h a r l i e Hoots. Suspended: Joe Hollomon.

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Row 1: Kurt Friedriechsen. Row 2: Steve Dieterle, D a n Harken, Steve Leach, Bruce Vanderkolk, D a n G o e m a n , Chris d e M a a g d , Joel Tanis. Row 3: Mitch Fields, Smitty, Paul C h a m n e s s .

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Row 1: Joan Weisenberger, D a w n Cluchey, Jenny Schakel, Sevim Kilic, Lauralynn Schosger. Row 2: Lori Canfield, Deb Fleming, S a r a h Rynerandt, Laura Lowry, Nancy Harrell, Jenny Phelps. Row 3: Anne Sly, D a n a Barsness, Heather Jacob.

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Ray Ritsema, W a y n e Weaver, Rick Martin, Alan Chun, Todd Schaap, Brad Ballast, Paul Koesler, Bill Nolingwan, Tim Sliede, Tim Moermond, Dave Fritts, Kurt Oosterhouse, Dave Heyboer, Douglas Moetry, Kevin Brown, Larry W a g e n a a r , Dave Campbell, Chuck Zwemer, Yuchi Kida, Brent Kreider, Blaque Hough, Sy Aang, Dave Bright, Mike Kannisto.

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Row 1: Allison Zimmer, Kristin Helland, Nicole Leit, Kristen Snyder, Becky Bush, Kami Cortrig. Row 2: S a r a h Jones, Katie Vierkom, Zulein Figueroa, Laura Sacha, Lisa Beach, Mimi Stryker, Erika Pott. Row 3: Jayne TeBos, Wendy French, Sue Hooper, Kristie VanderMolen, Steffany Dawson, D e a n n a Fordham, Yvette VanRiper, Michelle VanderVelde. Row 4: Monica Bleam, Sherry Martin, Kristin Keisling, Sue Looman, Karin Wiechmann, Kristi Pearson, Mary C a m b u m .

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I had a wonderful opportunity to talk with President Van Wylen this past year. He is an ingenious, warm, and respected gentleman. He's done so much for the college that naming the new library after him and his wife is, I feel, a small token of appreciation. He said that it was a "humbling experience."

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ART 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 Department. Course offerings are structured in form, content, and sequence to provide a foundation in the fine arts for both the preprofessionally 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 Department of Art faculty members are teaching, producing, and research oriented artists and art historians.

Delbert Michel, chairperson; William Mayer, Bruce McCombs, Robert Vickers, John Wilson


Research projects are the name of the game in the Biology Department. Examples include breeding biology of the Common Morrhen, temperature regulation and thirst of rats, systematics and ecology of spiders, host-parasite relationships of trematodes, systematics of Compositae, water and ion regulation in protozoa, 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.


CHEMISTRY 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 modem 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. The chemistry program places a strong emphasis on facultystudent research. Past faculty-student research has included: biological transport of iron, synthesis of temperature 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. Rodney Boyer, Irwin Brink, Eugene Jekel, William Mungall, chairperson; Paul Sadek, Michael Seymour, Michael Silver, Stephen Taylor, Donald Williams, Elaine Jekel

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With increasing societal complexity, the demand for effective communicators is being expressed dramatically. Acknowledging training to the liberal arts tradition, and recognizing contemporary societal demands for enlightened, skilled 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 purpose and context (interpersonal relations, small group interactions, face-to-face persuasive presentations, electronically mediated mass contexts) are addressed through the course offerings. Students interested in improving their communication effectiveness as a means of increasing their overall success in disciplines outside the communication department are welcome to draw on communication course offerings and laboratories to serve their individual needs. Professional plans in broadcasting, closedcircuit television, public relations, human resource development, and government often stem from opportunities provided to communication majors. 228

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COMPUTER SCIENCE 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. Herbert Dershem, chairperson; Bruce Dangremond, G o r d e n Stegink, Mr. Slack

DANCE The dance program follows Hope's philosophy of liberal arts education by providing opportunities for students' intellectual, artistic, and physical development. Hope's diverse resident and guest faculty, fine studios and performance facilities, performance and teaching opportunities and curriculum, divided between modem, ballet, jazz and tap technique and dance theory contribute to the department's goal of developing well-rounded dancers who are prepared for careers in dance performance, production, education, and related fields. These, and other reasons, have allowed Hope to attain accreditation to offer a dance major. Maxine DeBruyn, chairperson; Linda G r a a h a m


ECONOMICS A N D BUSINESS A D M I N I S T R A T I O N James Heisler, chairperson; Sylvia Boyd, Robert Cline, C. Kendrick Gibson, Robert G e n t e n a a r , Lynne Hendrix, William Japinga, Robin Klay, Herb Martin, Tony Muiderman, Peter Vander Nat

The Department of Economics and Business Administration stresses both theoretical and applied concepts of economics and business. Economic theory and quantitative skills serve as the cornerstone for advanced work in economics and management. Students majoring in the department actively participate in field trips, internships with local business firms, and independent research projects. They meet frequently with visiting business executives and distinguished economists. Courses in investments, real estate, business law and advanced accounting are taught by adjunct faculty members, who are full-time specialists in their respective fields. Computer applications and simulations, role-playing management games and business case studies enliven the classroom work.

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The Education Department seeks to prepare 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 permeates 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. Daniel Paul, chairperson; Lament Dlrkse, Nancy Miller, S u s a n Mooy, William M o r e a u , K a r e n Neufleld, Carl Schakow, Ronald Wolthuis

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ENGLISH Peter Schakel, c h a i r p e r s o n ; John Cox, John Fiedler, F r a n cis Fike, J a n e Harrington, S t e p h e n H e m e n w a y , C h a r l e s Huttar, R. Dirk Jellema, Mary Jellema, William Reynolds, Jack Ridl, S a n f o r d Schwartz, N a n c y Taylor, K a t h l e e n Verduin

FOREIGN LANGUAGES The Department of Fore i g n Languages a n d Literatures seeks to l e a d students to a more complete understanding a n d open m i n d e d t o l e r a n c e of t h e culture of the people w h o speak a l a n g u a g e other t h a n their own, a n d to the development of the a b i l i t y to communicate i n a l a n g u a g e other t h a n their nat i v e tongue. Instruction is offered i n French, G e r m a n , Greek, Latin, Dutch, Russ i a n a n d S p a n i s h . Some courses are p r i m a r i l y designed to increase fluency i n speaking, r e a d i n g a n d w r i t i n g . Others stress the patterns of life a n d thought a n d the great works of literature w r i t t e n i n the language. Since a p p r e c i a t i o n of other cultures a n d fluency i n the use of another l a n g u a g e is g r e a t l y enh a n c e d b y m a x i m u m immersion i n the culture a n d constant challenge to use the l a n g u a g e , the department sponsors m a n y supp l e m e n t a r y activities: language clubs, l a n g u a g e tables, l a n g u a g e houses, foreign films, a n d study a b r o a d . A l l the faculty h a v e t r a v e l e d a n d studied a b r o a d . Four of t h e m are n a t i v e s of countries other t h a n the USA.

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The program of the Department 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. The major programs reflect these different objectives. The department is, first, a department of literature. Literature presents to readers perennial human situations and issues â&#x20AC;&#x201D; 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 people in earlier eras, distant lands, entirely other patterns of life and juxtapose those feelings with their own. It is also a department 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. The 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 graduate 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 same time helps to prepare them for careers in fields like government service, law, business, librarianship, and the ministry that emphasize such skills.

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The geological sciences are in a "Golden Age" because of renewed interest in short supply of natural resources, continuing concerns with environmental quality, and 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 measure of field experience. Hope College is ideally situated for field studies of glacial geology, sedimentology, geomorphology, and limnology. To broaden the spectrum of field experience, trips are commonly taken to examine the geology of other areas in Michigan and adjacent states. Our students have also participated in field courses in

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MUSIC Stuart Sharp, chairperson; Charles Aschb r e n n e r , J o a n C o n w a y , Roger Davis, Samuel Floyd, Jantina Hollemaan, Anthony Kooiker, Joyce Morrison, Roger Reitberg, Robert Ritsema, Robert Thomp-


NURSING C yn th ia Kielinen, c h a i r p e r s o n ; Linda Burden, Cloe A n n Danford, Joyce D e r h a m m e r , Mary Doornbos, Lynn F a g e r m a n , B e t h a n y Gordon, Karla Jacobus, M a r u e e n Leen, T h o m a s M a n s e n , Bonnie M e d e m a , D a r l e n e Rubingh, B a r b a r a T i m m e r m a n s

The Department of Nursing seeks to provide broad educational and professional experiences within the context of a Christian liberal arts education. The program is designed to prepare beginning practitioners of nursing who are capable of integrating their knowledge, skills and attitudes to provide quality nursing care for people of all ages and in a variety of settings. The baccalaureate nursing program is offered cooperatively with Calvin College in Grand Rapids. One department, known as the HopeCalvin Department of Nursing, incorporates students from both Hope

PHILOSOPHY Philosophy is a style of thinking a n d a n historical tradition oi thought; or rather, it is several styles (analytical, speculative, descriptive) a n d several traditions (eastern, western). It is at once the questioning search for meaning a n d truth throughout the whole of human experience a n d the history of such critical reflection. We engage i n the history of philosophy a n d through disciplined reflection on the substantive issues we have inherited from the tradition. This contributes to the overall goals of liberal education i n at least three ways: 1. To live as free a n d responsible members of our society requires

and Calvin Colleges in junior and senior level nursing courses. Students enrolled in the nursing program engage in a wide variety of clinical nursing experiences. Butterworth Hospital and Holland Community Hospital 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 experiences in Psychiatric/mental health nursing and a variety of community agencies offer students an opportunity to care for clients outside of a hospital setting.

a n understanding of our past as a n inheritance to be gratefully received a n d critically carried on. Since philosophy is a n important part of our cultural heritage, its study belongs to the preparation lor 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 presuppose that one starts with nothing in a w a y of answers, however. For the thinker who comes to philosophy as a Christian, for example, reflection takes the form of faith seeking understanding. 3. The roles of other disciplines a n d areas oi experience in enriching human life can often be enhanced through deliberate reflection on the goals, methods, a n d fundamental concepts they involve. This occurs in such sub-disciplines of philosophy as philosophy of science, philosophy of religion, a n d philosophy oi art (aesthetics).


The curriculum of the Department of Physical Education and Recreation is designed to provide the undergraduate student a strong liberal arts background in addition to specific areas of expertise within physical education, recreation and/or dance. To be liberally educated, persons should be knowledgeable about their bodies, good nutrition, and the benefits of a habit of exercise. Additionally, it would seem important for each undergraduate to develop enough skill in one or two carryover activities to find those activities fun and physiologically and psychologically beneficial.

PHYSICAL EDUCATION William Vanderbilt, c h a i r p e r s o n ; G r e g g A f m a n , G a r d e n Brewer, Russell DeVette, D o n n a Eaton, A n n e Irwin, Robert Johnston, G e o r g e Kraft, John Patnott, R. Richard Ray, R a y m o n d Smith, G l e n n Van Wieren

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The Department of Physics oilers a comprehensive program ior those desiring a career in physics, engineering, or allied natural sciences. The physics course structure allows students to tailor their program to their main interests. Opportunities ior research participation are available to a l l physics students at all class levels during both the academic year a n d the summer. Students are presently engaged in nuclear physics experiments, heavy ion physics experiments, mini-computer control oi industrial processes, industrial process control experiments, surface analysis using alpha particle beams from the Hope accelerator, a n d chemical analysis using proton beams from the Hope accelerator. The undergraduate research program centers around the 2.5 million volt Van de Graaf 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 a n d electronics laboratory.

PHYSICS J a m e s V a n Putten, c h a i r p e r s o n ; R i c h a r d Brockmeier, Peter Gonthier, Peter Jolivette, G o r d o n Van Wylen, Ned Rouze, Paul De Young, Shinichiro Takeshita


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PSYCHOLOGY F. Phillip Van Eyl, c h a i r p e r s o n ; Leslie Beach, J a n e Dickie, C h a r l e s G r e e n , T h o m a s Ludwig, J a m e s Motiff, David Myers, John S h a u g h n e s s y

The department of Psychology aims to provide its students with a strong base in the methodology and fundamental concepts of psychology in order to prepare them to enjoy the study oi behavior or to pursue graduate study or practical applications of psychology, ft is the department's philosophy that the best preparation for the future comes through acquiring the intellectual tools that w i l l enable the student to be a problem solver, to change a n d grow as old techniques and vocational specialties become obsolete and new approaches

RELIGION The broad academic purpose 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 Department of Religion is divided into five areas of academic investigation: Biblical studies, historical studies, theological studies, world religions, and religion in culture. While each student majoring in religion is required to enroU in advanced level courses in each of the five areas, most religion majors 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 Hope College.

Organizing a local Holland precinct, sponsoring a model United Nations for high school students, meeting with prominent campus visitors, organizing a "get-out-to-vote" campaign among coUege students over the "age of majority," and serving as youth chairpersons of county, congressional district, and state political party committees are a few of the activities students majoring in political science have engaged in. The academic program of the Department 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 Theory," " 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 Law." In addition to these theoretical courses, students enroll for academic credit in departmental programs which give the student a first-hand encounter with political processes both at home and abroad. For example, they work in political campaigns, intern in local and county governments, observe national presidential conventions, and work as Congressional aides.

become available. The department also offers students opportunities to witness and experience psychological principles and thereby to shape their personal visions for the future. Almost half of the department's courses offer the opportunity for laboratory experience. The department's exceptional facilities include a faculty-student lounge, a n eight-room laboratory for observing children and small groups, 40 additional rooms for laboratory instruction and research with humans a n d 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 program utilizes the greater Holland community a n d its social agencies as a laboratory for learning.

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SOCIOLOGY James Piers, chairperson; Donald Luidens, Roger Nemeth, Jonathan Osborn, Neil Sobania

THEATRE Course offerings in theatre, along with the department's co-curricular production program, are designed to provide the liberal arts students with knowledge of and experience in an art form which has played an important role in our cultural history as well as in contemporary society. Performance or laboratory experience makes 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 facUitates one's understanding of oneself and of other people. The theatre 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 Richard Smith, chairperson; Lois Carder, Michael Grindstaff, George Raph, John Tammi, Lawrence Broglio

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IN MEMORIAM The people of Hope lost t w o faculty members over the summer of 1966. Doth were well liked and respected by the students and their peers. The first being Eleanor Raima on June 25. She died in Holland after an extended illness. She had taught piano at Hope since 1964 in the position of a teaching assistant and was recently appointed an adjunct assistant professor of music. Mrs. Raima graduated from Calvin College and did her graduate work at San Diego State University and the University of Iowa. Before coming to Hope, Mrs. Raima taught at West Side Christian Junior High in Grand Rapids, in Edinburgh, Scotland, and at Blue Lake Music Camp.

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The second professor to pass a w a y was Michael B. Retrovich on July 11 at Butterworth Hospital following a brain hemorrhage. He had been a member of the history department since 1966. He was a scholar of East European studies and an internationally respected interpreter of Serbo-Croatian, the language of Yugoslavia. Retrovich came to the United States at the age of 21 and eventually became a naturalized citizen. He worked as an escort interpreter for the U.S. Department of State for five years before joining the Hope faculty. He taught classes in European history, with a specialization in Balkan and Russian history. He is responsible for the May term to Yugoslavia. His academic rank was that of an associate professor of history. Michael Retrovich served as an interpreter to the United States for t w o Rresidents. The first time was for Rresident Jimmy Carter in 1978 when the late Yugoslavian Rresident Marshall Tito was visiting. The second time was in 1984 for Rresident Reagan during a state visit by Yugoslavian Rrime Minister Milka Raninc. Retrovich was born in Zemun, Yugoslavia. He studied industrial design and English in London. He then studied at Shepherd College in West Virginia and later received his master's degree in international relations and his Rh.D. in history from the University of Chicago.

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Bellaire, Lewis P. Belles, Judith A. 192 Beltran Del Rio, Laurie J. Beltran Del Rio, Manuel Benedict, Robert S. Benes, Kristin L. 183 Benham, Kevin W. Berghuis, Gordon J. Bergman, C h a d S. Bergman, Kaarli A. 184, 85 Bergsma, S u a n n e Berkey, Donna L. Bernard, William S. 182 Bernson, Jill R. Berta, Brock C. Besonson, Kirsten A. Betten, Karen L. 183 Bey, Laura M. 176 Bey, Michael J. Beyer, Daniel J. Beyer, Denise A. Beyer, Jeffrey J. Beyer, Jonathon L. 21 Bianco, Paid B. 182, 58 Bielema, John R., Jr. 182 Bigelow, Linda S. Biflstrand, James 21 Billstrand, John R. 21

Bilyk, Beth A. 179 Bingham, Norman L. Bingham, Richard A. 193 Biondo, Brigitte A. 187 Birdsall, Bryan J. Birds all, Robert J. 189 Birdsall, S a r a h L. Birdsill, Jeffrey D. Birk, Susan M. Birkelbach, Stephen Bixby, Douglas J. Black, Laura P. Blakeman, Jennifer A. Blankespoor, Curtis L. 63 Blasch, Karen A. 21, 184


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Busscher, Mary E. 192, 64 Buttrey, Susan B. 184, 66 Butts, D e a n n a M. Buurma, Elizabeth 23 Buursma, Timothy M. 58 Byrne, David M. Calkins, Lori A. 23 C a m b u m , Joanne M. 191 C a m b u m , Mary E. 190 Camp, Lorrie C. Camp, Martha I. 184, 85 Campbell, C h a d M. 58 Campbell, David S. 187 Campbell, Wendy D. 23 Canfield, Lori A. 23, 186 Carey, Angela D. Carigon, Heidi F. 172, 66, 80 Carleen, Kimberley A. 175 Carlisle, Thomas D. Carlson, Janet L. 85 Carpenter, Anne C. 107 Carpenter, Christopher R. Carpenter, John S. Carr, Rebecca A. 172, 85 Carrier, Nicole T. Carson, Troy J. 192 Carter, Lynne A. 181 Cassell, Christopher T. 58 Cataldo, Julie R. 186 Ceeley, Wesley E. Ceeley, Zan S. 180 Cela, Ana 187 Cha, Jin Y. Chaffee, Lisa A. 66 Chamness, Paul S. 185 Chandler, Kathryn L. 23, 66 C h a p m a n , Andrew C. 193 C h a p m a n , Michael W. Chappelear, Amy E. Chappell, Harold, III Chappie, Kimberly A. 184


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Eding, Connie S. 183 Edwards, Paige L. 184 Eglington, Ann B. 178 Eickerman, Douglas E. Eickhofi, Linda E. 25 Eisenmann, Christina A. Elder, Heidi M. 191, 70 Ellingson, Scott L. Ellis, Amy N. 25 Ellis, Katherine A. Ellis, Kristina L. 79, 60

Elzinga, Timothy D. 58 Emerson, Derek E. 182 Endres, Brett P. Engbers, Jennifer L. Engebrit, Bridget A. 172 Engel, Eric D. Engel, John P. Ensing, Michael J. 191, 72 Erander, Russell J. 58 Erskine, S h a w n E. Eschholz, Erika L. 172 Eskuchen, Kristine L. 180 Essenberg, Michelle M. 25 Estell, Peter H. Ettinger, Ruth A. Evans, Lisa D. 26 Evers, Jill M. 66 Exo, Ann E. Exum, Erik H. 191, 58 Eytcheson, Bryan D. Faber, Jill M. 26 Fabi, Brigitte C. Fairbanks, Daphne Pender Fairfield, Daren K. Folk, Jennifer L. 181 Falls, S a r a R. Farina, Deborah L. Fauth, Amy S. Fead, Timothy J. 192 Fedorowicz, Geraldine A. Feenstra, Gregory E. Feliczak, Michael J. Fenske, Karie L. Fenske, Kimberly S. Fen wick, Rodney L. 193 Ferdinand, Toni L. 183, 79, 60 Ferguson, Kathleen E. Fields, Mitchell B. 185 Figueroa, Liliana S. Figueroa, Zulein 190 Fikse, Jonathan E. 79, 60 Fikse, Mark E. 26 Fikse, Paul E. Filipovich, Jovo J. Filka, Robert L. 26 Fink, Thomas W. Fischer, Kim L. 26 Fischer, Patrick C. 58 Fischer, Steven L. Fisher, Lori L. Fite, Benjamin J. Flanders, Thomasine M. Flaugh, Christian D. 193 Fleming, Deborah R. 26, 186 Fleming, Melissa A. 70 FUckema, Tracy L. 26 Flint, Bruce C. Flowers, Lisa L. 176 Foerster, Mary A. Folgers, Amy E. 183 Folkert, Thomas M. Folland, David M. 191 Fontana, Joseph E. Ford, Karen C. Fordham, D e a n n a A. 190 Forrester, Eric W. Forsman, Craig P. 58 Fortner, Todd E. Fouch, William S. Fouts, Denise A. 79, 60 Foy, Leslie J. 26

Frank, Lori K. Fredrickson, Kristin B. French, Beth A. 26, 187 French, Michael R. 26 French, Wendy M. 190 Frick, Gregory A. Friedriechsen, Kurt A. 185, 58 Fritts, David B. 187 Fritz, Julie M. 175 Fromhold, Karen L. 174 Froysland, Hayley S. Fuchikami, Diana M. 26 Fuchikami, Roberto C. 192 Fuller, Barry R. 193 Gabriel, Amy B. Gabriel, Girma W. Gabrielse, Joan M. 174 G a d d e , Heather J. 178 G a d d e , Heidi G. 175 Gager, Mary K. 178 Gaikema, Kathleen K. 66, 202 Gaillard, Janis R. Gamble, Clifton A. G a n n , Linn J. Gannon, Christine M. 184 Gardlund, Karin L. 26 Gardner, John R. 27, 69 Garth, Todd C. Garver, Mary E. Gassensmith, Heidi M. Gathercole, Mitchell J. GeerUgs, Steven D. Geerling, Timothy C. G e h m a n , Deborah R. Geider, Gayle E. Geiger, Michelle S. 180 Gelderloos, Carl J. Generous, Simone M. 183 George, Justin W. 193 Gerber, Frank D. Gerdy, Joan Y. Gergely, Christopher J. 184 G e r m e r a a d , Renee A. 184 Gerrish, Philip J. Getgey, James P. Getting, Julie A. 107 Getzinger, Jef J. 192, 58 Getzinger, Jim P. 192 Gibbs, Elizabeth A. Gibbs, John M. Gibson, David A. Gibson, Michael D. Gibson, Scott C. Gibson, Stephen L. G iff els. Sue E. 206 Gilbert, Robert G. 58 Gizaw, Solomon Gizowsld, Kelly L. 179 Glass, Thomas C. Glavanovich, Michael A. 184 Gleason, Kondra L. Glendening, Anna L. Glenn, Bonnie L. 27, 66 Glenney, Jane R. Gloeckler, Elizabeth A. 66, 202 Goding, Ami L. Goeman, Daniel J. 185 Gontina, Shylaja V. 173 Gonzalez, William J. Good, Barb 27 Good, Karen S.


Goodwin, Brian C. Gortsema, Steven C. Gortsema, Timothy B. Gould, Leslie E. Gowman, Kristin L. Goyne, Michael A. 106 Grabill, Thomas W. 83 Grabowski, Joseph J. Granger, Keith L. Gras, B a r b a r a L. 64 Gras, Lynn E. 191 Gras, Mark W. Grate, Cynthia J. 180 Gratigny-haveman, Debra Green, Michelle Y. 190 Greeneisen, David G. 83 Greig, Jeffrey S. Griffith, John C. Griffith, Libby T. 4 3 Grobert, Cheryl 26 Grochowalski, Angela 27, 64 Grooters, Jeffrey D. 185 Grose, Stephen P. 58, 206 Grosvenor, John W. 182, 58 Grosvenor, Laurie D. Groteler, Kris 190 Groteler, Lois J. Groters, Dawn M. 27 Grun, Petra Grupp, Sherry P. 190 Grutter, Julie L. Gurgel, David P. Gustafson, Eric K. 27 Gwin, Elizabeth A. Haan, Jack L. Haan, Timothy E. Habben, Christopher M. 79, 60 H a d a w a y , Ellen E. Haddad, Thomas D. Haffenden, John T. Hafner, Peter W. Hagemeyer, Joel K. 106 Hagenauer, Catherine A. Haggart, Linda K. Haider, Basel Y. 193 Haider, Ola Y. Hakken, Andrew D. Hall, Ashley L. Hall, Beth E. 43 Hall, Kristin E. Hallacy, Margaret A. Hambley, S a r a B. Hamelink, Lawrence R. Hand, James F. Hang, Bick T. 179 Hang, Yvonne T. Hankinson, Ryan M. H a n n e m a n , Ben J. Hanson, Jan L. Hanson, Kristine L. 27 Hargreaves, Katrina L. Hargrove, Karen T. Harkema, David R. Harkin, Daniel P., 11 185 Harlow, Heidi L. 27 Harong, Sue 190 Harper, Leanne K. Harper, Paul E. Harrell, Nancy W. 186 Harrington, Anne E. 184

Harris, J e a n n e L. 27 Harris, S e a n Harrison, Jeff 58 Hart, Kevin V. 193 Hart, Lynn E. Hart, Susan L. 27 Harter, Katherine 27 Hartman, Michelle Hartong, Suzanne R. Hartt, David C. 28 Hartwig, Amy E. 183, 64 Harvey, Peggy L. Haskin, Brian S. Haskin, Jennifer L. 191 Hatch, Irene V. 191 H a t h a w a y , Amy L. 28 H a t h a w a y , Anne K. Hauger, Bryan E. Haupt, Christopher R. H a v e m a n , Jennifer L. 174 H a v e n a a r , Harold E. H a v e n a a r , Jay J. H a v e n a a r , John J. Haverdink, Michael P. 79, 60 Haynes, Monica H. Hazekamp, Audrey A. Heath, Scott D. Heidema, Chadwick R. Heidema, Gilbert B. Heideman, Carl E. Heidlauf, Karyn 28 Heinze, Mark P. Helland, Kristin G. 190, 85 Hellman, Nancy 173 Helmbrecht, Spencer E. Helmholdt, S h a n a B. Henderson, Cheryl 28 Hendges, Barry A. Hendrick, Steven R. Hendrickson, Amy S. 28 Hendrickson, Jon M. 75 Hendrickson, Susan D. 181

Hendrixon, Lisa M. Hendrixon, Nancy A. Hendry, Thomas S. 182 Heneveld, Brenda S. 184 Heneveld, Kevin L. Henke, Marcia L. Henrickson, Kristen R. Henry, Kenneth J. Henry, Terri L. 28 Hensley, Daniel G. Hentemann, Richard J. Hentschel, Judith L. Hepenstal, David A. 28 Herman, Teresa L. 28 Hesche, Rhonda K. 79, 60 Heuser, Sigrid V. Hewko, Marc D. Heyboer, David R. 28, 187 Heydenburg, Deborah L. 28, 70 Hicks, Holly L. 191 Hicks, Steven G. 6 3 Hiemstra, Hans G. 63 Higginbotham, Kristin N. 174 Higuchi, John W. 69 Hilbelink, Kirk K. Hilbelink, Leah D. 175 Hill, Marian E. 44, 66 Hilliker, Jim D. Hindley, C a r y S. Hitzing, Julia W. 173 Ho, Gregory C.R. Hoots, Charles D. 185, 63 Hobbs, Kenneth W. 189, 75 Hochstedler, Mary M. 184 Hodson, Robert D. 189 Hoekenga, Laura J. 202 Hoeksema, Cheryl L. 191 Hoekstra, Jill Ruth Hoekstra, Karen J. 28 Hoekstra, Richard A. Hoesman, Bradley T. Hoffiz, Rachelle K. 28 Hoffman, A m a n d a S. Hoffman, Brenda K. 178 Hoffman, Elizabeth A. 172 Hoffman, Jennifer 29 Hoffman, Jonathan S. Hoffman, Karen M. Hoffman, Sharon J. 44 Hoffmaster, Sheryl D. 192 Hoffs, Amy J. 183 Hoffs, Loma K. 190 Hofman, David J. 29, 189 Hofman, Jonathan L. Hohsclaw, Kym 191 Holcomb, Matthew R. 192 Holland, Louise E. Holland, Taylor 191 Hollar, R a n d a l L. Hollar, Shelley L. Holleman, Brett R. Holleman, William K. Hollenbeck, Cynthia A. 29 Hollomon, Joseph D. 185 Hollonbeck, Kent L. 193 Holm, Amy L. Holman, Jack W. 75 Holstege, Gregory S. Holtsclaw, Kimberly D. Holzhausen, Kurt G. 29 Holzhausen, Mark E.


Hoogendoom, Tad D. Hoogland, Jane M. 85 Hoolihan, Thomas S. 29 Hooper, Susan M. 190, 66 Hoover, C. Forrest Hooyenga, Bonnie Hop, Jon D. Hop, Vicld L. 29 Hopkins, Keith A. Horlings, Joseph T. 191, 58 Harness, Lisa M. Hough, Blaque W. 187 Hough, Jenniier L. 191 Hough, Jill S. 178 Housenga, Heather L. 179 Housenga, Laurel D. Houting, Jane A. Houting, John M. 83 Houtman, Todd A. 182

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lavicoli, Kathy A. 191 Idema, Peter F. Illouz, Isabelle 187 Immink, Barry L. 58 Ingham, Robert S. Isacksen, Robert R., Jr. 29 Israel, Amy L. 183 Israel, Tammy 183 Jackson, Susan C. Jackson, Trevor C. Jacob, Heather J. 186 Jaeger, George F. 29 Jager, Cynthia L. 29, 184 Jarzembowski, Timothy J. Jecmen, Tauna L. 70 Jekel, Karen E. 183 Jekel, Stacey L. 183 Jellema, Evelyn R. 183 Jencks, Peggy A. Jennings, Constance M. 30 Jewell, Laura A. 176 Jinesta, Vanessa John, Michelle A. 172 Johnson, A. Gretel Johnson, Amy M. Johnson, Benjamin O. Johnson, Beth M. Johnson, Carol D. Johnson, Catharine L. Johnson, Charlotte A. 30 Johnson, Diane 30 Johnson, Jeffrey S. 188 Johnson, Julie K. 172 Johnson, Laura E. Johnson, Patricia L. Johnson, Peter R. 182, 69 Johnson, Randy J. 69 Johnston, Craig W. 58 Johnston, Kristin K. 66 Jolly, Joan E. 85 Jones, Anne C. Jones, Kristy E. 192 Jones, Linda R. Jones, Lisa M. Jones, S a r a h A. 190 Jonikas, Jocelyn A. Joyce, Hope C. Juday, Jettrey M. 58 Judson, Andrea C. 173 Judson, Sandy L. 30, 66 Jurgens, Suzanne K. Kaiser, Martin C. Kalee, Christine M. Kalusniak, Jeffrey S. Kammer, Dan 69 Kammeraad, Jeffrey W. Kamminga, Laura M. 183 Kampscliroer, Marci A. 172 Kamstra, Karla D. 30, 184 Kannisto, Michael R. 187 Kaplan, Seth M. Kar, Kathryn J. Karasiewicz, Laura M. Karcis, Mary Katherine Karsten, Timothy J. Kasten, Robin L. 184 Kasten, Steven J. Katz, Julie A. 191 Kayo, Naoko Keessen, David R. Keift, Daniel 83

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Keiser, Christopher P. 185 Keisling, Kristin E. 190 Keith, Arthur A. 188 Keith, Gregory Kelder, Jonathan W. 188 Kelley, Scott A. Kelly, Pamela A. 178 Kemper, Anne M. 30 Kempker, Susan L. Kenehan, Kevin P. Kent, Carter L. 58 Kent, Donald C. 193, 69 Keough, David B. Kersten, Kelle S. 191, 70 Ketema, Michael Key, Tina M. Kida, Yuichi 30, 187 Kiekintveld, B a r b a r a J. Kilburg, Kevin E. Kilburg, Thomas O. Kilic, Sevim M. 186 King, David S. 193 King, Jennifer L. King, Kimberly S. King, Lisa A. 30 King, Wally C. King, Wendy L. 176 Kingma, Craig R. 30, 69 Kingma, David V. 69 Kingma, Lynn M. 175 Kingscott, Kimberly R. Kingshott, Kevin D. Kinstner, C a r l a L. 30 Kirby, Jennifer J. Kist, Isaac J. 106 Klaaren, Kristen J. 30 Kladder, Debra L. 176 Klaus, Brian C. 58 Kleyla, Timothy L. Klinesteker, Robert W. 182 Klinger, Kerri L. 174 Kloack, Jon B. Klunder, Daniel R. Klunder, James D. 75 Knapp, Robert D. 193 Knittel, Matthew J. 58 Knoll, Deeann L. 80, 64 Knott, Stephen A. 73 Kochin, Beth A. Koehn, Susan C. 183 Koelling, Krista K. Koester, Paul M. 187 Koetsier, Susan L. 30 Kokmeyer, Bradley J. 58 Kolean, C h a d Koljevic, Srdjan Kolling, Vicki J. 31 Kollmeyer, Kristin J. 183 Koning, Denise M. Konkle, Brock J. 31, 58 Kooienga, Beth E. 31 Kooiker, Curtis W. Koop, Kimberly D. 191 Koops, Karla L. 183, 85 Koomdyk, Amy L. Koppenol, Bonnie B. Koppenol, Timothy D. Korell, Todd A. 83 Korfas, James F. Korhom, Ken 58 Kort, Michael E.

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Martin, Amy E. 80 Martin, Fredrick A. 187 Martin, James D. Martin, Sherry L. 190, 70 Martinez, Vidal, Jr. Mason, JiU D. Masselink, David K. 193, 83 Massey, Mary L. 181, 85 Mast, Cynthia J. Mathewson, Cynthia L. 187 Matthews, Judith A. Mauerer, Christine M. Maurer, Jennifer L. Maurer, Michael E. 191 Mayton, Leslie D. McAuley, Cameron L. McBee, G a r y L. McBee, Kim L. 32 McCaleb, Adriana S. McCandless, Jill J. McCann, Terra L. McCartney, Amy L. 32 McClain, James S. McCleary, Craig J. 32 McCloughan, Linda R. McCollough, D a m n L. 188 McConneU, Mark T. McCool, Laura A. 192 McCoy, Frank P. McDonnell, Mary E. 177 McDougall, Robert E. 184 McDowell, Mark A. 106 McElee, John H. 33, 69 McEvers, Melissa A. McEvory, Kelly K. 177 McGeehan, Laurie L. 184 McGillivray, Michelle L. 176 McGookey, Kathleen L. 184 McGovem, Erin K. 174 McKay, Michelle A. 33 McKeeby, Jon W.

McKimmy, Paid B. 191 McKinley, Kelly S. McKinley, Melinda S. McKinney, Nancy J. McManus, Bridget A. 192 McManus, Maureen A. 184 McMillan, Lisa McNally, Mark G. 33 McNutt, Heidi S. 33 McPherson, Theresa J. 33, 66 McQuillan, Amy R. 183 McRitchie, Scott D. 58 Meconi, David V. 33 Meengs, Mary J. 184 Meinert, Douglas B. Mekkes, Mark 33 Memberto, Brian D. 33 Mendels, Christopher J. 58 Mendels, Kathryn S. Mendians, Andrew E. Menendez, Leticia Meppelink, Jeffrey S. Merizon, Jennifer J. Meszaros, Jamie K. 192 Meyaard, Susan J. Meyer, John E. 33 Meyer, Karen A. 184 Meyer, Richard S. Meyers, Mark J. Michael, David S. 58 Michel, David L. 191 Micho, Mark G. 58 Michos, Jimmy N. 58 Miks, Juleen E. Milanowski, Susan F. 190 Miles, Gloria L. 178 Miller, James M. Miller, John F. Miller, Kathryn A. Miller, Marc M. 58 Miller, Nancy L.

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Mills, Susan K. 192 Mindling, John W. 58 Ming, Joellen Minger, Catherine M. 181 Misner, David C. 193 Mitchell, Gregory B. 203, 75 Mitchell, John S. Mitchell, Suzanne R. 33, 202 Mobley, Edward C. Modey, Christine A. Modric, Kimberly A. 33 Moen, Rebecca S. 175, 64 Moermond, Timothy S. 187 Moes, Eric G. Moetry, Douglas 187 Mokma, Michelle E. Moldal, David R. Mondloch, Sharon M. Moore, April M. 183 Moore, Jeffery A. 33 Moore, Jenniier M. Moore, Kari K. 202 Moore, Stephen B. Moore, Stephen J. Morden, Katherine M. 34 Morgan, Christopher J. 58 Moriarty, James E. 182 Mork, Steven W. 34, 193 Morris, Jean E. 34 Morris, Kyle G. Morrison, Christine M. 34 Morrison, Stacey M. 173 Morrow, Mark D. Moser, Eric K. 34 Moser, Gloria R. Moten, Rosalynn M. Motry, Douglas H. Mowery, Michele S. Muiderman, Julie M. 183 Mulder, Anne L. Mulder, David Mulder, Jeffrey S. 75 Mullally, John G. 58 Muma, Jeffrey M. 184 Munger, Craig E. 34 Munson, S h a w n E. 177 Murphy, Charles H. Murphy, Elizabeth A. 192 Murray, Joseph T. Myaard, Dalane R. 192 Myers, Jeff L. Myers, Peter J. Naber, Kimberly A. Nadig, Erik D. Nagel, Amy S. 190 Nagelkerk, Jennifer 203 Nagelvoort, Scott A. Nastase, Melissa S. Navarre, Michele T. Ndingwan, Ntseesumelong Nedeau, Samuel P. 34 Nederveld, T a m a r a A. 180 Neevel, Jeffrey A. 34 Nelson, Andrew T. Nelson, Joelle L. Nelson, Karen R. 192 Nelson, Laura E. 178 Nelson, Laura J. Nelson, Patricia S. 174 Nesmith, Ande A. Neudeck, Jeff 184 Neuman, Nancy J.

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Pals, Mary E. Paprocki, Joan C. Parker, Jennifer V. 35 Parker, Julie A. 179 Parks, Jennifer L. Patterson, Jeffery R. Paul, Donald J. 192 Paulsen, Stephen M. Payne, Katharine S. 181 Peake, Andrea K. 180 Pearl, David A. Pearson, Kristi J. 190 Peddie, Jonathan T. 185 Pederson, Lori M. 184 Peel, Robert P. 35, 83 Peelen, Lisa L. Peirce, Robert S. 35, 184 Penrod, Jennifer R. 191 Penrose, Geoffrey L. Penzien, Stacie L. 177 Peplinski, Marcie A. Peppel, Kimberly A. Perdok, Renee J. 191 Perec, Ellen S. Pereira, Brian E. Pereira, Kevin E. 193, 63


Perez, Jose 35 Perkins, Michael J. 193, 75 Permesang, James H. Permesang, Laura J. Perovich, Nancy S. Perriguey, Gerald J., Ill 193 Perzee, Michele D. Petersen, Carl A. 35 Petersen, Eric D. 35 Peterson, Kraig L. Peterson, Michael B. Peterson, Timothy K. 58 Petrock, Kelly S. 58 Pfahler, Marcy J. Pham, Anne 35 Phelps, Jenniier A. 35, 186 Phillips, Christine M. 187 Phillips, David J. 182, 83 Piaget, Leslie A. 184 Pickelman, Heidi L. Pickering, Dacia A. 184 Pielack, Debra A. Pierce, Barton T. Pierce, Kimberly A. 179, 79 Piersma, Craig L. 35 Piersma, Mary A.

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Regnier, Michael W. 58 Reigler, Shelley A. ReiUy, Karen L. 184 Reimer, Mark A. Reinking, Kimberlee N. Reister, Jana R. 203 Reisterer, Amy E. Relyea, Gregg E. 36 Renkema, Lori-ann 172 Renner, Debra L. 190 Renner, Susan L. Reynolds, Robert E. Rezanka, Deborah S. Rhoades, Peter D. Rice, Scott E. 191 Richard, Christine C. Richards, Andrew B. Richards, Anne M. 44 Richards, Beth D. 183 Richards, Carrie J. 178 Richardson, Heather M. Richardson, Mark E. Riekse, Jonathan R. Riekse, Thomas H. Riemersma, Amy L. 175, 64 Riley, David J. 193 Riley, James G. Ringenberg, Ann M. 172 Rink, Carolyn M. 203, 80 Ripley, Todd A. 189 Ritsema, Lee A. 37 Ritsema, Raymond D. 187 Ritsema, Timothy J. 191 Robbert, Sue A. 80 Robinson, Elizabeth H. 173 Rodriguez-ruiz, Veronica G. Roe, Paul J. 63 Roelisema, S a r a L. 85 Roelofs, Linda S. 37 Rohrkaste, Fritz A. Roos, Anne M. 176 Roost, Marilee K. 191 Ropa, David J. Rose, Todd E. 58 Rosel, Michelle K. 173 Rosema, Brian C. Rosenberg, David J. Ross, Beth A. 177 Ross, David J. 184, 69 Rottenberg, Cecile R. Rottschafer, Bradley A. Rowland, Kelly L. Royal, Weld F. Rozema, Sue A. Rubin, Karen K. 184, 85 Ruder, Marcia 175 Rudnick, Janis M. 206 Ruf, Claudia U. Ruf, Paulina X. Ruiter, Linda M. Rumery, Kristine S. Rusco, Mary B. 190 Russcher, Heidi A. Russell, Shelly L. 85 Russell, William D. Russick, Penny A. Rust, Mary C. 192 Rusticus, Daniel D. 58 Rutgers, Robert C. 58 Rutgers, Sally J. 37 Rutledge, Trisca D. 184 Ryan, Kelly K.


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Ryder, Marcia L. Rynbrandt, S a r a h J. 186 Ryzenga, Karla J. Ryzenga, Richard J. Sacha, Laura M. 190 Saintz, l a m e s M. Sales, Erik K. 193, 83 Sales, Marcel I. 83 Sanders, Thomas C. 191 Sanderson, Janis L. 37 Sanderson, Judy L. 37 Sandiord, David W. 182 Sandgren, Amy J. 37 Sandro, Colleen R. Sands, Elizabeth F. 37 Sanford, Beth A. 37 Sans, Jerilyn M. 66 Sappeniield, Ross A. 106 Sappok, Elke J. Sappok, Nils M. S a r a f a , John C. Sartori, Michael A. 191 Sattler, Eric J. 37 Savellano, Rachel L. 37 Saxsma, Laura L. 184 Sayer, Marcia G. 37 Schaaf, Kimberly S. 177 Schaaf, Scott A. Schaafsma, Karl L. Schaap, Todd A. 187 Schadler, Steven E. 37 Schaendori, Jacqueline 80 Schaffer, John W. 182 Schakel, Jennifer L. 186 Schalhamer, Bonnie R. 38, 191 Schanhals, Michael W. Scheerhom, James A. Schell, Scott D. 58 Schierbeek, Todd H. 182, 58 Schipper, Steve J. Schloff, John E. 193 Schmidt, Carsten W. 189, 63 Schmidt, Jodie A. 38 Schmidt, Matt 189 Schmidt, Richard M. Schmidt, Stephen M. 182 Schmitz, Andrea L. 172 Schnaidt, Deborah A. Schnitzer, Stefan A. 38, 63 Schoenberg, Heidi L. 180 Schongar, Jennifer N. 180 Schori, Christina M. Schosger, Lauralynn 186 Schout, Nancee L. Schray, Julie M. Schregardus, C a r l a J. 173 Schregardus, Randall J. 69 Schreiber, Stein L. 191 Schreiner, R. Scott Schreur, Kevin D. 106 Schrock, Frances C. Schrotenboer, Dawn M. Schrotenboer, Jill A. Schuen, Pamela M. Schul, Stephanie J. 178 Schultz, Peter A. 182 Schulz, Brian R. Schuman, James A. Schutmaat, Debra A. Schutt, Cynthia J. Schutt, George J.

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Schwaner, S h a w n L. Schweitzer, Sandy E. Schwind, Steven R. 193 Scott, Deborah L. Scott, Michael P. 193 Scouten, Danielle R. Scripps, Matthew K. 193

Searles, Paul A. Sears, Terri A. 175 Sebring, Perry D. Sells, Douglas G. Serum, Anita M. 173 Shaffer, Christopher D. S h a n a h a n , James J. Shannon, Kaylene L. 180 Sharp, Craig J. Sharp, Jennifer P. 38 Sharp, Mark C. 189 Sharp, Martha J. 176 Sharp, Stuart W., Ill

Shearer, Peter D. Sheets, Tim 58 Shell, William J. 38 Sherman, Norman E. Sherwood, Laura A. Shoemaker, Angela J. Shoemaker, Esther 44 Shoemaker, Kevin J. 38, 69 Short, S u s a n n e A. Shotwell, Eric C. Shugars, Eric T. 188 Shumaker, Troy J. Siegel, Christine E. 179 Sikkenga, C h a r y n K. Simet, Michelle A. Simone, Lisa V. 38 Simpson, Susan E. 179 Sims, P a m e l a J. Sinnamon, Kurt A. Skeen, Kathryn E. 174 Skinner, Laura A. Skip worth, Scott P. Skurnowicz, Jennifer M. Slagh, James D. Slama, Diana L. 181 Slater, Kirk N. Slette, Stein 38 SUede, Timothy J. 38, 187 Slocum, John H., 11 Slover, Lisa M. Sly, Elizabeth A. 38, 186 Smant, Jodie L. 179 Smit, Joseph K. Smith, Betty L. Smith, David P. Smith, Joel B. Smith, Julia L. 179 Smith, Julie A. 183 Smith, Kathryn E. Smith, Kristen J. 80 Smith, Kyle S. Smith, Linda Smith, Mary A. Smith, Pamela J. Smith, Quinn T. 73 Smith, Rachelle M. 181 Smith, S a n d r a L. 38 Smith, Sarah, L. 64 Snavely, Brad M. Snitchler, S a n d r a A. 179 Snyder, Brenda K. Snyder, Denise L. Snyder, Kristen L. 190 Soeter, Benjamin H. 39 Solak, David L., Jr. 39 Solomon, Negus Soltis, Christine L. Sommers, James T. Sommers, Steven S. 39 Sorensen, Kirsten L. 79, 60 Sorensen, Thomas E. 63 Soriano, Scarlett-anne Hysen Span, Scott J. 83 Spayde, Carolyn K. 184 Speet, Shari L. 39 Spencer, Steven J. 107 Spiece, Kristin K. 179 Spoerle, Kurt W. Spreitzer, Jacqueline A. Stahman, Laura K. Stahons, Gin a M.


St. Amand, Dotty J. 39 Stamas, George C. 182, 58 Standiier, Todd H. 182 Stapert, Craig W. Stariha-nelson, Michelle A. Stawski, Eric D. Steeby, Mark A. Steele, Julie A. Steenstra, Traci E. Stegenga, Kurt A. 79, 60 Steigenga, Kimberly F. Steinmetz, Jesper Stempfly, David 69 Stephens, Sharron M. Sterkenburg, Mark W. Stevens, Lisa L. Stevens, Peter T. 189 Stewart, Keith N. 58 Stewart, Todd E. 58 Stid, Daniel D. 58 Stine, Stephen B. Stacker, Laura R. Stoel, Ron J. 184, 58 Stokes, Leah T. Stone, Christine M. 190 Stover, Laura M. 176 Straley, Jennifer S. 85 Strand, Stephanie L. Stratil, Kelly A. Streeter, Michael S. Stremler, Jeffrey T. Strieker, Amy L. 70 Striegel, Michelle L. 183, 64 Stroessner, Steven J. 39, 107 Strong, Matthew 203, 75 Stryker, Marian M. 190 Stryker, Thomas E. 182 Stuk, Matthew A. 63 Stull, Tern L. 39 Stulp, Jacqueline A. Sturgis, Michelle M. 173 Sturm, Toni-jo 184 Sturrus, Wendy R. 39 Suess, Alexander J.

Suess, Susheela R. Sugiura, Miyuki 187, 66 Sullivan, Michael P. 83 Sullivan, Timothy J. 83 Sunderhaft, Heidi A. 174 Sundquist, Jodi L. Sutton, Alan M. Suzuki, Shoko Swain, T a m a r a C. 186 Swanson, Brenda J. 184 Sward, Nancy K. Swartz, Susan M. Sweers, Kristen M. Swets, Stephen R. Swieringa, Mary Jo Sytsma, Todd M. 191, 75 Tacy, Peter D., Jr. Tagg, Jonathan R. 182 Tague, Diane S. 174 Talbot, Dawn M. Tamminga, Ellen M. 39 Tan, Paul J. 206 Tanis, Ellen M. 176 Tanis, Joel E. 185 Tanis, Mark E. Tanis, Philip A. 39 Tanis, Wade R. Tate, Michelle M. 184 Taylor, Helen T. 174 Taylor, Kimberly J. 39 Taylor, Mary A. 180, 66 Taylor, T a m a r a L. 70 Taylor, William, Jr. Tebos, Beth A. Tebos, Jayne E. 190 Teclemariam, Aster H. Tellier, Beth E. 183 Tenbrink, James A. Tenhave, Melissa M. 178 Tenhor, Thomas J. 39 Tenhuisen, Dwight E. Tenhuisen, Matthew L. 40, 184 Teravest, Kristi J. 178 Terbeek, Paid E. Terlouw, Peter Termaat, Kristin B. 40 Termaat, Thomas R. Terpstra, Carrie B. Terpstra, Tamela G. Tetlow, Diane E. Tetz, B a r b a r a S. Teune, Ross A. 40 Teusink, Michele A. Theile, Thomas H., Jr. Theune, Daun M. Thiel, Jill M. Thomas, Adrienne S. Thomas, Kimberly A. Thomas, Paul B. Thompson, Heather C. 176 Thompson, Jeffrey M. 40 Thompson, Jennifer E. 191 Thompson, Julia R. Thompson, Rebecca S. 176 Thompson, Susan M. 40 Thomson, Darla K. 206 Thomson, Zachary T. Thomhill, Kathleen A. Thornton, Richard P. Thurston, Robert M.

Tietz, Michael J. 40 Tiggelaar, Janice K. Tiggleman, T a m a r a L. Tihnann, Kelly A. Timlowski, Donald T. Timmer, Nicholas 191 Timmer, Teri L. Timmerman, Rolfe G. 73 Timms, Angelia M. 175 Tisch, John R. Tjoelher, Lisa 40 Todd, Dell A. Todd, Jennifer J. 183 Todd, Sharon E. 176 Toole, Edward P. Tooley, Eric M. 40 Toppen, Jeffrey R. Toppen, Jill M. Tomga, Julie L. 175, 64 Torras, Hugo R. Torresson, Janine M. Torsky, Cheryl A. Townsend, Dal D. 189, 69 Townsend, Jacquelyne K. 183 Tran, Anh N. Travis, Mark W. Trent, Nancy A. 191 Trevarrow, Amy L. Tripp, William N., II 40, 189 Troost, Joanne 66 Troupe, Karol M. Trumble, Kenneth L. 40, 58 Trumble, Scott J. 192 Tubergen, Heather M. 183 Tubergen, Tonja R. 172 Tuggy, Lynette A. 40 Tull, Dave H. 73 Turke, Randall J. 40 Turkstra, Lora J. Tutzauer, Monika C. Tyndall, Dawn M. Tysen, Kevin D. Uecker, Lisa A. Uganski, Jeffrey G. 58 Ullenius, Steven J. 63 Umemori, Daniel H. Uncapher, Andrea P. Unzicker, David W. Valantasis, Louis M. Valeria, Christopher A. 58 Vanaelst, Scott E. 193 Vanantwerp, Judith M. Vanappledom, Kurtis J. 193, 69 Vanappledom, Lisa Vanappledom, Todd 83 Vanark, Elizabeth 41 Vanbelois, Terrie Vanbemmelen, Todd A. Vanblois, Brent I. 63 Vanbruggen, Timothy T. Vance, Peter J. Vanconant, Peter C. Vandahm, Cheryl A. Vandam, Annemarie Vandam, Thomas T. Vandemark, Rhys D. Vandenberg, Daniel S. Vandenberg, Elizabeth J. 60 Vandenberg, Holly B. 80, 64 Vandenberg, Theresa L. 41


Vandenbosch, Kay E. 41 Vandenbosch, Victoria P. Vandenbrink, Thomas R. Vandenhaute, Kevin J. Vandenhombergh, Teresa A. Vandepoel, Dirk A. Vanderark, T a m a r a J. 183 Vanderbilt, Kristen A. 41, 186 Vanderbilt, William 58, 75 Vanderborgh, Jane E. Vanderhart, Jennifer N. 41 Vanderjagt, Michelle R. 41, 184 Vanderkolk, Albeertus C. Vanderkolk, Bruce J. 185 Vanderkolk, Martha 41 Vanderkolk, Wayne Vanderkooi, Kristi L.

Vanderlaan, Alana M. Vanderlaan, Susan B. Vandermark, Rhys 182 Vandermeer, Bradley D. Vandermeer, Tammy ]. 181 Vandermel, Timothy 41 Vandermeulen, Colleen S. Vandermeyden, S a r a h B. Vandermolen, Kristen L. 190 Vanderroest, l a m e s M. 192, 58 Vanderschaai, Connie 41 Vanderstarre, Marta L. 202 Vanderstoep, Scott W. 41 Vanderveen, Kenneth K. Vanderveen, Timothy S. Vandervelde, D a n y a 180 Vandervelde, Jonathan C. Vandervelde, Laura 191

Vandervelde, Michael S. 192 Vandervelde, Michelle L. 190 Vandervennen, Kristeen D. 41, 186 Vanderwagen, John Vanderwerff, Glenn A. 182 Vanderwerif, S a n d r a M. Vanderwerff, Steven M. Vandevelde, D a y n a M. Vandevelde, Laura E. Vandeventer, Jan A. Vandevusse, Laurianna M. 177 Vandort, Paul C. Vanduinen, Marsha J. 183 Vandyke, F. Jay 42 Vandyke, Jeffrey S. 182 Vandyke, Kimberly 172 Vandyke, Mitchell R. 191 Vandyken, Douglas L. 41 Vandyken, Terry L. V a n e e n e n a a m , James G. V a n e e n e n a a m , Kate E. V a n e e n e n a a m , Nancy D. Vaneeuwen, Jeffrey A. Vaneyl, Paul M. Vangenderen, Gail Vangenderen, Mark 193 V a n h a m , Steven H. Lee Vanhekken, Daniel M. Vanhoven, Karen B. Vanistendal, Matthew T. Vanistendal, Theresa A. 42 Vaniwaarden, Mark J. 193 Vaniwaarden, Mark 63 Vankoevering, Dyck E. Vankolken, Amy M. 183 Vankrimpen, Kristal L. Vanliere, Timothy J. 75 Vanloon, John B. Vannoord, Joan K. Vanorder, Robert T. Vanoveren, Kirsten K. 177, 85 Vanoveren, Kirt A. 83 Vanputten, Dirk 83 Vanrenterghem, Rena A. 42 Vanrenterghem, Robert A., Jr. Vanriper, Yvette M. 190 Vanslooten, Lisa R. 203 VanStawski, Eric 182 Vantimmeren, Cynthia R. 172 Vantubbergen, Sharon Vanvalkenburg, Dale C. 58 Vanvoorhis, S a n d r a D. Vanwieren, Christopher C. Vanwieren, Douglas Vanwulfen, Krystal D. 175 Vanwyk, Lynne C. 187 Vatne, Stacy 176 Vaughn, Vicki L. Veeck, Eddie C. Veldboom, Gayle R. 174 Veldhof, Jeffrey D. Veldhuizen, Amy R. 184 Veldink, Elizabeth A. Veldman, Roger L. 182 Veltema, Douglas R. Vensel, Rebekah H. 42 Veramay, Karen D. Verbeek, Kathryn A. 183 Verbeek, Todd J. Verduin, Mark V. Verhey, Timothy A. 191, 69 Vermeer, Daniel L. 107

Vermeulen, David R. Vermeulen, Paid J. 73 Vemooy, Mark A. 188 Verstrate, Elizabith A. Vetter, Vernae M. 184 Vetter, Vemita F. Vierkom, Katherine A. 42, 190 Villarreal, Melissa 173 Vinstra, Gregory R. Vischer, Kellie S. 44 Visscher, Jeffrey S. Visscher, Karen S. 42 Visser, John E. Vissers, C a r l a J. Vitek, Maria A. Vliem, Debra L. 178 Vlietstra, Paul A. 191 Voci, Steven A. 192 Voet, Scott 42, 79, 60 Vogelaar, Peter D. Vonldema, Pete 182 Vonins, Amy E. 175 Vonk, Matthew T. Voorhis, S a n d y 191 Vorac, Kaylene M. 174 Vos, Diane G. 192 Vos, Margery J. Vredevelt, Jill L. 42, 64 Vredevoogd, Matthew J. 58 Vroon, Brian A. Waalkes, Beth A. Wagasky, Steven E. 58 W a g e n a a r , Claudine E. 192 W a g e n a a r , Larry J. 42, 187 Wagenschutz, Mark A. 42 Wagner, Thomas A. Waide, Bradley D. Wait, Robert A. Walburg, Sharon 42 Walcott, Jill A. Walker, Colette R. Walker, James M. Walker, Kimberly S. 177 Walker, Kristie L. Walker, Lara D. Walker, Lauren E. 172 Walker, Mian C. 177 Walker, Pamela S. Walker, Trent D. 106 Wallace, B a r b a r a C. Wallace, Kristina B. 187 Walsh, Andrew J. 42 Walsh, Melissa A. Walsh, Phyllis E. Walter, Bradley N. 63 Walter, Brent W. 63 Walter, Susan M. 66 Walters, James R. Waltz, Gerielle K. Ward, Scott R. Warren, Calvin L. 58 Warren, Dean A. Warren, Laurene M. Warriner, Amy L. 80 Waterloo, Sheri L. 190 Watson, Ann E. Weaver, Dewayne D. 187, 79 Weber, Alene R. Weber, Suzann M. Webster, James G. 43, 64 Webster, Mark A. 193 Webster, Paul A.


Webster, S a r a H. 172 Weeber, John N. 58 Weeber, Stephen A. 191 Wehran, Wendy L. Weidenfeller, Peter 4 3 Weidman, Linda M. Weigle, Matthew T. 193, 83 Weimer, William J. Weisenberger, Joan M. 186 Weisiger, Carin D. Weisiger, Diana F. 183 Welch, Kimberly J. WeUer, Barry M. Werley, Todd M. West, Wendy M. 43, 202 Westerbeke, Ann L. 43

Westerhofi, Maria Westing, Trisha D. Weston, Jon P. 58 Westveer, Brian A. 73 Westveer, Jennifer K. Wheatley, Anne E. Wheeler, Timothy R. Whelpley, Joel J. 58 Whewell, Christopher J. Whitcomb, Kenneth M. White, Bradley C. White, David N., Jr. 63 White, MicheUe R. 79 Whitehouse, B a r b a r a 1 Whitmore, Bryan W. 69 Whitwam, Laura L. 172 Wichnal, Christine L. Wichnal, Kathleen L. 178 Widina, Jennifer M. Widmer, David T. Wikechmann, Karin S. 190 Wienke, Tammy L. 178 Wierda, Lisa A. 175 Wierenga, Dean F. Wierenga, Lisa R. 178 Wierenga, Mary S. 64 Wiersema, C h a n n i n g C. Wiersma, Michael R. 83 Wight, Thomas J. 58 Wilhoit, Edie M. Wilkins, Kirsten L. 184 Wilkinson, Jane K. Wilkinson-hall, Laura L. Will, Michael B. Williams, Kristen E. 43 Williams, Stacey A. Wilson, Emily E. Wilson, Jennifer Wilson, Lise S. 178 Wilson, Steven C. Winchester, Timothy P. Windmer, Dave 193 Wingate, Laura E. 190

Winkels, Lisa R. Winkler, Todd M. 63 Winowiecki, Ronald L. 75 Winslow, F. Elizabeth 179 Wiper, S a r a J. Wistrand, Anna M. 184 Wolf, Kristen A. 180, 80 Wolf, Mary K. Wolske, Christine M. 178 Wolter, Melissa S. Wolterink, Scott T. Woo, Raymond Wood, Mitchell L. Wooley, Wesley A. 79, 60 Woudstra, Michelle L. Wright, Cynthia G. 4 3 Wright, Jonathan S. Wuerfel, R a j e a n K. 192 Wuerfel, Robert N. 188 Wunderlich, Christopher D. Wyckoff, Brent P. 6 3 Wykoff, Lori A. Wyma, John R. 73 Wynsma, Eric J. 182 Wynsma, Nathan J. Yeomans, Kristen L. 184, 85 Yoder, Marshall T. 185 Yonker, Donna J. 173 Yoshonis, Peter K. 4 3 Young, G r a c e P. 192 Young, Janice E. Zandbergen, Blake M. Zandee, Lisa M. Zartman, Onalee K. 186 Zhang, Raymond L. 4 3 Ziel, Teresa L. Zielinski, David T. Zienert, Karen D. 191 Zimmer, Allison E. 190 Zimmer, Donald L. Zinn, Christopher B. Zoerhoff, Jarvis P. Zoubi, Omar F. Zuidema, Joel J. 191 Zuidersma, Cheryl L. Zurchauer, Danielle L. Zurchauer, Dina L. Zuwerink, Julia R. Zwart, Lawrence H. Zwart, Nancy A. 184, 85 Zwemer, Charles F. 187 Zylman, Stephen P. 203, 75 Zylstra, Kimberly A.


COLOPHON

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Beth Gloeckler PHOTOGRAPHER EDITOR John Armsfrong EDITORIAL STAFF: Beth Gloeckler, Mr. end Mrs. John Gloeckler, Craig Tolsmo, Katie Gaikema PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF: Ben Johnson, Jon Hofman, Peter Idema, Jennifer Hoffman, Kevin Large, Eric Olson, David Ross Volume 70 of the MILESTONE was published by Taylor Publishing Company, Dallas, Texas. Photography: The senior portraits and underclassmen group shots were taken by Varden Studios of Rochester, New York. The team pictures and some sports were provided by the office of College Relations. The remaining pictures were taken by the MILESTONE staff. The staff printed all black and white photos. Cover: The cover is four-color in 150 point board. Paper stock: the pages are printed on 8 0 # enamel paper, and the final cut size of the book is 9 " 12". Type: The headlines, body copy, and captions use stymie bold print. The headlines vary in size while the body is 10 point, the captions are 8 point, and the photo credits are 6 point.

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Milestone 1987  

Hope College yearbook.

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