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Baby Book 
1991 



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Denison Umversity 

Denison Campus 
Government Association 

Richard Yashewski/President 
Michael Heinz/Vice-President 

Deacon Hooper/Speaker Founded iwi 




Welcome to Denison! 

On behalf of the Denison Campus Government Association, we 
would like to take this opportunity to welcome the Class of 1995. 
This book is our way of introducing you to what we know will be the 
four most memorable years of your life. We hope that this edition of 
the Baby Book will help you become more familiar with the Denison 
community. 

The Denison Campus Government Association exists to promote 
the needs and interests of the Denison students on campus. With an 
operating budget of over $300,000, D.C.G.A. influences many aspects 
of your Denison experience. We challenge you to become an involved 
member of the Denison community. Your experience at Denison will 
be what you make it. 

We look forward to seeing you through the course of the new 
school year. The D.C.G.A. offices are located on the second floor of 
Slayter Student Union, so we are available to the students who want 
to express their views regarding the Denison community. Please feel 
free to stop by for any information on campus life or to simply get 
acquainted. 

Once again, welcome to Denison University and best of luck to 

you! 



Sincerely, 



Michael Heinz Richard Yashewski 

D.C.G.A. Vice President D.C.G.A. President 

1991-1992 1991-1992 



1991-92 Calendar 



Fall Semester 1991-92 



September 2 
September 3 
September 28-29 
October 19 
October 25 
October 28 
November 1 1-22 
November 27 
December 3 
December 13 
December 14-15 
December 16-20 
December 21 



Monday 
Tuesday 

Saturday, Sunday 

Saturday 

Friday 

Monday 

Monday-Friday 

Wednesday 

Tuesday 

Friday 

Saturday, Sunday 

Monday-Friday 

Saturday 



Registration for First Semester 
Classes begin-8:30 a.m. 
Fall Parents Weekend 
Homecoming 
Fall Break 

Midsemester Grades Due 
Pre-registration for Spring Semester 
Thanksgiving Vacation Begins-8:00 a.m. 
Classes Resume-8:30 a.m. 
Classes End 

Reading and Study Days 
Final Examinations 
Residence Halls close, noon 



Spring Semester 1991-92 



Monday 

Tuesday 

Friday 

Wednesday 

Friday 

Monday 

Monday-Friday 

Saturday, Sunday 

Tuesday 

Monday 

Tuesday 

Wednesday-Friday 
Saturday, Sunday 
Monday, Tuesday 
Saturday 
Sunday 



Registration for Second Semester 
Classes Begin-8:30 a.m. 
Winter Holiday 
Midsemester Grades Due 
Spring Vacation Begins-5:00 p.m. 
Classes Resume-8:30 a.m. 
Pre-registration for Fall Semester 92-93 
Spring Parents Weekend 
Honors Projects Due 
Classes End 

Reading and Study Day 
Final Examinations 
Reading and Study Day 
Final Examinations 
Baccalaureate Service-8:30 p.m. 
Commencement- 12:30 p.m. 



May Term 1991-92 



May 11 
May 29 
June 26 



Monday 

Friday 

Friday 



May Term Begins 

May Term Ends 

May Term Reports Due for 

Transcript Reporting 





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DENISON UNIVERSITY 



CLASS 

OF 
1995 



KARLA AGHAJANIAN 

Lakewood, OH 
Cheerleading, Student Gov't. 
NICOLE AKOPIANTZ 
Greenwich, CT 
Horses, Lacrosse 
NATASHA ALDEN 
Hinsdale, IL 
Soccer, Swimming 
KIM ALEXANDER 
Richmond, IN 
Hiking, Swimming 

CHAD ALLEN 

Sidney, OH 
Camping, Hunting 
JOHN ALLEN 
Evanston, IL 
Music, Poetry 
ROBERT ALMONEY 
Columbus, OH 
Bicycling, People 
RICHARD AMLAND 
Sydney, Australia 
Basketball, Soccer 

LISA ANTONILLE 

Potomac, MD 
Lacrosse, Yearbook 
ERIKA ARADO 

Allegan, MI 
Track 

BRADLEY ARLEN 

Bridgewater, NJ 
Lacrosse, Soccer 
TODD ARTHUR 

Sidney, OH 
Poetry, Science 

NICOLE ASSAD 

East Aurora, NY 
Student Gov't., Tennis 
KRISSY AUNS 
West Windsor, NJ 
Poetry, Swimming 
KELLY BALDWIN 
United States Air Force 
Swimming, Travel 
ANDREW BARRON 
Bridgeport, WV 
Lacrosse, Soccer 

CHARLES BARTLETT 

Chardon, OH 
Basketball, Soccer 
LISA BECK 
Brunswick, OH 
Drama, Swimming 
ALISON BEGG 
Western Springs, IL 
Choir, Swimming 
SAMANTHA BELL 
Columbus, OH 
Cheerleading, Dancing 

SARAH BENNETT 

Providence, RI 
Basketball, Lacrosse 
CHAPMAN BEST 
Dayton, OH 
Skiing, Lacrosse 
TED BICKFORD 
Sherborn, MA 
Baseball, Water Skiing 
MICHAEL BIERLY 
Boalsburg, PA 
Bicycling, Music 



Lakewood H.S. 
Liberal Arts 

Greenwich Academy 
Psychology 

Benet Academy 
Political Science 

Richmond High 
Education 



Sidney H.S. 
Education 

Evanston Twp. H.S. 

Philosophy 

Upper Arlington 
Psychology 

Cranbrook School 
Economics 



Stone Ridge 
English 

Allegan H.S. 
Psychology 

Bridgewater-Raritan East 
Undecided 

Sidney H.S. 
Pre-Med 



East Aurora H.S. 
Liberal Arts 

West Windsor-Plainsboro 
Science 

St. Joseph's H.S. 
Political Science 

Perkiomen 
Engineering 



Chardon High 
Engineering 

Brunswick H.S. 
Political Science 

Lyons Twp. 
Mathematics, Education 

Bishop Watterson H.S. 

Prc-Law 



Lincoln School 
Education 

Avon Old Farms 
Psychology 

Groton School 
Pre-Law 

State College 
History 





ADRIENNE BINNI 

Lancaster, OH 
Music, Tennis 
PETER BLAGDEN 
Short Hills, NJ 
Hiking, Wrestling 
LAURA BLAHA 
Natick, MA 
Hockey, Running 
SARAH BLEHA 
Mc Lean, VA 
Science, Soccer 

FRIEDERICH BOETZELEN 

Owings Mills, MD 
Art, Reading 
ERIC BONO 
Parkersburg, WV 
Soccer, Drama 
MARK BORROR 
Pataskala, OH 
Football, Track 
DAWN BOSWELL 
Columbus, OH 
Publications, Water Skiing 



ANDREW BOYD 

Charlotte, NC 
Raquetball, Wrestling 
BAILEY BRADSTREET 

New Haven, CT 
Art, Lacrosse 

GRETCHEN BRAITHWAITEKOLB 

Amherst, NY 
Skiing, Volleyball 
CINDY BRAUN 

Wickliffe, OH 
Art, People 



Lancaster H.S. 
Pre-Med 

Millburn High 
Psychology 

Wayland High 
Liberal Arts 

Mc Lean H.S. 
Pre-Med 



St. Paul's 
Undecided 

Parkersburg South H.S. 

Psychology 

Watkins Memorial H.S. 

Psychology 



Grandview 
Journalism 



Charlotte Latin 
Pre-Law 

Hopkins 
Journalism 

Amherst Central 
History, Pol. Sci. 

Wickliffe H.S. 
Pre-Med 



TIM BROOKE 

Flourtown, PA 
Golf, Tennis 
ROBERT BROOKS 
Pittsford, NY 
Football, Weightlifting 
JYL BROWN 
Hudson, OH 
Dancing, Lacrosse 
SHIPPEN BROWNE 
Charlotte, NC 



Chestnut Hill Academy 
Science 

Pittsford Mendon 
Business 

Western Reserve Academy 
Psychology 

Charlotte Latin School 



SUZANNE BRUNNER 

Lake Forest, IL 
Golf, Softball 
MARIA BUDNER 
Salem, OH 
Music, People 
STEPHANIE BUENING 
Madeira, OH 
Poetry, Water Skiing 
ELIZABETH BUMER 
Tampa, FL 
Music, Writing 

DAVID BURNHAM 

Fairfield, CT 
Lacrosse, Soccer 
JENN CALDWELL 
Potomac, MD 
Crew, Soccer 
KATHERINE CAMPO 
Indianapolis, IN 
Lacrosse, Student Gov't. 
JAMES MICHAEL CANNELLA 
St. Louis, MO 
Skiing, Guitar 



Lake Forest H.S. 
Architecture 

Salem Senior High 
Pre-Med 

Mt. Notre Dame 
Pre-Med 

Berkeley Prep. 
Liberal Arts 



Western Reserve Academy 
Communications 

Holton-Arms 
Undecided 

B. Reed Henderson H.S. 

Economics 



St. Louis Country Day 
Business 



ROBERT CANTRELL 

Washington, DC 

MARCEE CAPPELL 

Dover, OH 
Drama, Gymnastics 
KEVIN CARDONE 
Bryn Mawr, PA 
Rugby, Skiing 
JENNIFER CARLISLE 
Washington, PA 
Tennis, Volleyball 

CLAY CAROSELLI 

Pittsburgh, PA 
Hockey, Scuba Diving 
JANICE CASANOVA 
Gallipolis, OH 
Cheerleading, Music 
GEORGE CEPEDA 
Tiffin, OH 

Mil. Aviation, Sci-Fi Movies 
SANDRA CHALLEN 

Sidney, OH 

Scuba Diving, Travel 

ALYSON CHAPIN 

Manchester, VT 
Golf, Skiing 
KEITH CHAPMAN 
Cincinnati, OH 
Art, Photography 
ELIZABETH CHASE 
Haddonfield, NJ 
Running, Travel 
CHRISTEN CHEEK 
Pittsford, NY 
Art, Skiing 

DOWNING CHILD 

Chapel Hill, NC 
Art, Travel 
CAREY CHRISTIE 

Whitehall, OH 
Art, Drama 

JENNIFER CLAYTON 

Moorefield, WV 
Languages, Piano 
TODD CLINE 

Wheaton, IL 
Volleyball, Basketball 

JAMES COMPANION 

Wheeling, WV 
Baseball, Student Gov't. 
CHERYL CONNOLLY 
Bedford, NY 
Field Hockey, Lacrosse 
SHANNON CONROY 
Long Valley, NJ 
Cheerleading, Student Gov't. 
MARY COOK 
Northfield, IL 
Bicycling, Swimming 

ELIZABETH COOPER 

Lake Mills, Wl 
Tennis, Water Skiing 
REBECCA COOPER 

Akron, OH 

Languages, Student Gov't. 
SETH COOPER 

St. Joseph, MI 
Art, Drums 

WILLIAM CORRELL 

Cincinnati, OH 
Golf, Math 



Virginia Episcopal 



Dover H.S. 
Pre-Dentistry 

Episcopal Academy 
Liberal Arts 

Mc Guffey H.S. 
Science 



Central Catholic 
Science 

Gallia Academy 
Pre-Med 

Columbian 
History 

Sidney H.S. 
Pre-Med 



Garrison Forest 
History 

Greenhilis 
Cinema 

Haddonfield Memorial H.S. 

History 

Pittsford Mendon H.S. 

Psychology 



St. Catherine's School 
Liberal Arts 

Whitehall Yearling High 
Liberal Arts 

Moorefield H.S. 

French 

Wheaton Central 
Economics 



Linsly School 
Business 

Berkshire School 
Liberal Arts 

West Morris Central H.S. 

Pre-Law 

New Trier 



Lake Mills 
Pre-Med 

Kenmore High 
Economics 

St. Joseph 
Fine Arts 

Finneytown 
Mathematics 





SARAH CRESSOR 




Marion, OH 


Marion Harding 


Politics, Travel 


Political Science 


WIZZIE CROCKtK 




West Redding, C 1 


Joel Barlow 


Gymnastics, Hockey 


Education 


TOM CRUMRINE 




Tiffin, OH 


Tiffin Columbian 


Basketball, Running 


Science 


DAN CZECH 




Canton, OH 


Glen Oak 


Baseball, Drama 


Sports Medicine 


FAHbLA C^tKALsKI 




Cincinnati, OH 


iviiiioru n.o. 


Art, Soccer 


1 ir^oTal ZiT"+c 


DOUG DAY 




Columbus, Un 


ur c 

Upper Arlington ri.o. 


Swimming 


Pre-Med 


TARA DELANEY 




Greenwich, CT 


Greenwich High 


Skiing, Golf 


Undecided 


KAREN DE MATTEO 




Milton, MA 


Thayer Academy 


Running, Swimming 


History 


SHAwNA DILLON 




Baltimore, MD 


bt. Paul s ocnool tor Uiris 


Tennis, Writing 


Psychology 


ROB DINbLL 




Columbus, OH 


Upper Arlington H.b. 


Basketball, Publications 


Pre-Law 


RYAN DOBBINS 




Harwich, MA 


Harwich H.S. 




Business 


ERIC DOOL 




Sheffield Lake, OH 


Brookside H.S. 


Jazz, Wrestling 


Mathematics 


MICHtLLt DUrrtY 




oaiena, vjrl 


Rin U/alniit H S 
Oig WalllUL 1 l.O. 


Kasketball, ooccer 


Pre-Med 


lUM UUINCAiN 




Keynoldsburg, Un 


Keynoldsburg ri.o. 


Basketball, Golf 


Undecided 


SHANNON DUNHAM 




Otsego, MI 


Otsego H.S. 


Reading, Soccer 


Pre-Law 


CALA EDELSTEIN 




Pittsburgh, PA 


Upper St. Clair 


Student Gov't., Yearbook 


Education 


STEPHANIE EDMAN 




Wilmette, IL 


New I rier 


Animals, Music 


Science 


JOEL EKSTROM 




Concord, NH 


Holderness School 


Camping, Football 


Science 


CHRISTIAN ELLIOTT 




Batavia, OH 


Batavia High 


Basketball, Soccer 


Economics 


LAURELEE EVANS 




Louisville, KY 


St. Francis H.S. 


Aerobics, Travel 


Pre-Med 


RACHEL FALLERONI 




Carnegie, PA 


_ 

Carlynton H.o. 


Choir, Urama 


Communications, Cinema 


ELLEN FARINA 




Lancaster, PA 


Conestoga Valley 


OKllliy, OlUUfcJIH VJUv L. 


Liberal Arts 


BRIAN FELBER 




Montclair, NJ 


Montclair High 


Lacrosse, People 


Science 


DAVID FICK 




Hinsdale, IL 


St. Ignatius 


Skiing, Tennis 


Science 



DEANNA FIORENTINO 

Chapel Hill, NC 

Skiing, Soccer 

BRIDGET FITZGERALD 

Oxford, MD 
Hockey, Soccer 
KATE FOGARTY 

Bethesda, MD 
Publications, Track 
DAWN FOGEL 

Kansas City, MO 
Running, Horses 

MICHAEL FOLEY 

Pittsburgh, PA 
Football, Track 
BRONWYN FORBES 

Tampa, FL 

Aerobics, Environmental Issues 

JAKE FRANK 

Amherst, NY 

Crew, Hockey 

SUSAN FRANK 

Columbia, MD 

Field Hockey, People 

NANCY FREEMAN 

Mission Hills, KS 

MARY FRITZ 

Hinckley, OH 
Animals, Soccer 
CAMERON FROST 
Essex, CT 
Drama, People 
MARLO GALEY 
Chagrin Falls, OH 
People, Sailing 

TARA GARDNER 

Yellow Springs, OH 

Skiing, Soccer 

ELISA GARGARELLA 

Pittsburgh, PA 
Hiking, Soccer 
PETER GEIS 

Buffalo Grove, IL 
Golf, Travel 

FRANCESCA GERKEN 

Washington, DC 
Lacrosse, Skiing 

JON GIBSON 

Harrison, OH 
Drama, Music 
ANGELA GILL 
Fremont, OH 
Music, Poetry 
JENNY GODFREY 
East Grand Rapids, Mi 
People, Swimming 
BETHANY GOODRICH 
Zanesville, OH 
Student Gov't., Tennis 

ALLISON GORMLEY 

Bloomfield Hills, Mi 
Dancing, Languages 
DONALD GOSS 
Franklin, OH 
Football, Water Skiing 
FRANCINE GRACE 
Columbus, OH 
Politics, Student Gov't. 
BRIAN GRAFF 
Summit, NJ 
Drama, Tennis 



Chapel Hill H.S. 
Sports Medicine 

Easton H.S. 
Psychology 

Bethesda-Chevy Chase 
Liberal Arts 

Pembroke Hill 
Mathematics 



Deer Lakes Jr. -Sr. H.S. 

Liberal Arts 

Berkeley Prep. 
Pre-Med 

Nichols School 
Liberal Arts 

Wilde Lake 
Comm., Economics 



St. Teresa's Academy 



Highland High 
Engineering 

The William School 
Fine Arts 

Chagrin Falls High 
Political Science 



Yellow Springs High 
Pre-Med 

Baldwin H.S. 
Pre-Law 

Wayland Academy 
Pre-Med 

St. Andrew's Episcopal 
Pre-Med 



William Henry Harrison 
Undecided 

Fremont Ross 
Science 

East Grand Rapids 
Business 

Zanesville H.S. 
Psychology 



Andover 
Liberal Arts 

Franklin H.S. 
Pre-Med 

Independence 
Philosophy, Pre-Law 

Summit H.S. 
History 





AMY GREGG 




Williamstown, WV 


Williamstown H.S. 


Student Gov't., Drama 


Political Science 


JAMES GRENZEBACH 




Springfield, IL 


Springfield H.S. 


Running, Skiing 


Science 


CHARLES GRIFFITHS 




Tan^sci/illtJ \A/I 


J. A. Craig 


Publicstions SwimmiriQ 


Economics 


ANNA GUSTAVSON 




Oripnt NY 


Greenport H.S. 


I i^lllllb, i lavci 


Communications 


LAURA GUTHRIE 




New York, NY 


Westminster 


Running, Skiing 


Communications 


AMANDA HABERER 




Cincinnati, OH 


Ursuline Academy 


Hiking, Running 


Pre-Med 


JOHN HACHEM 




Ril/or Fnrp^t II 

I\lVd 1 V^lC^OL, I L_ 


Oak Park & River Forest 


r)oK;itinn Film 

LycLrClLlllW, 1 11111 


Political Science 


LISA HADDAD 




Pittebiirah PA 


Upper St. Clair H.S. 


L^Ciii\'iiiMf ^ 1 a V ci 


Pre-Law 


CHRISTY HALL 




Franklin, OH 


Franklin H.S. 


Animals, Tennis 


Pre-Med 


TODD HAMILTON 




Clarendon Hills, IL 


Hinsdale Central 


Hiking, Softball 


Undecided 


BESS HAMMER 




Lske Forest IL 


Wooster School 


Art Tr^v/pl 


French 


JENNIFER HANYSH 




Mincrfll RidQe, OH 


John F. Kennedy H.S. 


Politics Travel 


Political Science 


ROD HARKEY 




St. Louis, MO 


St. Louis University H.S. 


Skiing, Football 


Liberal Arts 


HEATHER HARMLESS 




Greencastle, IN 


Greencastle H.S. 


Fitness, Environment 


Communications 


LYNN HASBROUCK 




Hudson OH 


Western Reserve Academy 


Ldcrosse, Field Hockey 


Education 


KURTIS HEIDINGER 




Pittsburgh, PA 


Central Catholic H.S. 


Lacrosse, SwimminQ 


Pre-Law 


PAULA HEINE 




Elyria, OH 


Elyria Catholic 


Skiing, Tennis 


hconomics 


GRETCHEN HERZIG 




Toledo, OH 


Rogers 


Softball, Travel 


Economics 


ERIC HIMBURG 




Van Wert OH 

vail vvtii, v-*! 1 


Van Wert High 


Running, Astrology 


Physics 


WILLIAM HIPPS 




Dayton, OH 


Centerville H.S. 


Art SUiinfi 

t\i L, \_^r\iiii^ 


Psychology 


JOHN HOMANS 




Shaker Heights, OH 


Shaker Heights H.S. 


Lacrosse 


History 


BRITTNEY HONAKER 




Northfield, IL 


New Trier 


Scuba Diving, Travel 


Undeciaed 


KIMBERLY HORNUNG 




Germantown, OH 


Valley View H.S. 


Music, Travel 


History 


JAMES HUBER 




New Richmond, OH 


New Richmond 


Soccer, Tennis 


Mathematics 



ALON HUDDLESTON 




Indianapolis, IN 


Pike H.S. 


Camping, Music 


Liberal Arts 


TRICIA HUHN 




Columbus, OH 


Scituate Jr. -Sr. H.S. 




Fine Arts 


HUNTER HULSHIZER 




Short Hills, NJ 


The Pingry School 


Golf, People 


Communications 


BECKY HuSE 




Cheshire, CT 


Cheshire H.S. 


Cheerleading, Dancing 


Undecided 


SCOTT HUSTON 




Chester Springs, PA 


Episcopal Academy 


Soccer, Tennis 


History 


DREW HYDE 




Williamstown, MA 


Holderness School 


Lacrosse Soccer 


Political Science 


BECKA IREDELL 




Cleveland Heights, OH 


Hathaway Brown 


Skiing, Lacrosse 


Economics 


MARK JACOBSON 




Ridgcwood, NJ 


Ridgewood H.S. 


Hockey, Lacrosse 


Cinema 


DOUG JANTZEN 




Short Hills, NJ 


Millburn High 


Baseball, Tennis 


Liberal Arts 


ELISE JENNINGS 




Spring House, PA 


Oldfields School 


Hiking, Lacrosse 


Psychology 


HARTLEY JOHNSON 




Acton, MA 


Acton-Boxborough Reg. H.S. 


Track, Sailing 


History 


KhVIN JUHNsUlN 




Winnetka, IL 


Tabor Academy 


Lacrosse, Climbing 


Undecided 


HEATHER JONES 




San Mateo, CA 


Crystal Springs 


Skiing, Community Service 


Undecided 


KATHERINE JUHL 




Euclid, OH 


Euclid H.S. 


^^stcr Skiing, Publicstions 


Pre-Med 


WHITNEY JUNKIN 




Sea Island, GA 


Fountain Valley School 


Aerobics, People 


Sociology 


MARIA KALIS 




Zanesville, OH 


Zanesville Christian School 


Volleyball, Piano 


Fine Arts 


AMY KASPER 




Poland, OH 


Poland Seminary 


Skiing, Travel 


Fine Arts 


JULIE KASTEN 




Milwaukee, WI 


Univ. School of Milwaukee 


People, Tennis 


Psychology 


THOMAS KAVANAUGH 




Winnetka, IL 


Loyola Academy 


Basketball, Lacrosse 


Business 


PETER KEATING 




Bethesda, MD 


Bethesda-Chevy Chase 


Basketball, Tennis 


History 


BROOKE KERSCHBAUMER 


Pittsburgh, PA 


Fox Chapel H.S. 


Lacrosse, Swimming 


Pre-Law 


BUCK KIECHEL 




Lincoln, NE 


Lincoln Southeast 


Football, Student Gov't. 


Business 


MEGHAN KINNEY 




Center Harbor, NH 


Moultonborough Academy 


Drama, Swimming 


Liberal Arts 


GRAHAM KIRKMAN 




Statesville, NC 


Virginia Episcopal School 


Football, Lacrosse 


Undecided 






CARRIE KITKO 




Bay Village, OH 


Bay H.S. 


Chcerleading, Gymnastics 


Pre-Med 


ERIC KNOX 




Wadsworth, OH 


Wadswortli n.o. 


Running, Bicycling 


Mathematics 


KELLY KOLTES 




Washington, DC 


Holton-Arms School 


Skiing, Tennis 


Undecided 


CHRISTOPHER KONOW 




Jenison, MI 


Jenison H.S. 


Tennis, Volleyball 


Journalism 


CHERYL KOSKINEN 




Washington, DC 


Bethesda-Chevy Chase 


Soccer, Tennis 


Lioerai rtris 


KIM KOVEL 




Cincinnati, OH 


Madeira H.b. 


Aerobics, People 


Pre-Med 


HEIDI KUPFERBERG 




Parkersburg, WV 


Parkersburg H.S. 


Skiing, Tennis 


Psychology 


MELANIE KUSHNER 




Strongsville, OH 


Strongsville H.S. 


Horses, Swimming 


Pre-Med 


JOSH LAMANCUSA 




New Castle, PA 


Neshannock 


i~> i_ 1 1 n 1 — J.1 11 

Baseball, Basketball 


Science 


ERIN LAMBERT 




III i.L ■ J. /~\ I_I 

Worthington, OH 


woriningion n.o. 


Lacrosse, Travel 


Intl. Business 


CHRIS LANSBURGH 




Alexandria, VA 


West Potomac H.S. 


Baseball, Photography 


Undecided 


JEFFREY LAWLIS 




Indianapolis, IN 


Pike H.S. 


Languages, Politics 


Political Science 


MARK LEIGHTON 




Bryn Mawr, PA 


Kadnor n.o. 


Bicycling, Tennis 


Political Science 


ALLISON LEMIEUX 




Toledo, OH 


Notre Dame Academy 


People, Music 


English 


JOSHUA LENTZ 




Yarmouth, ME 


Yarmouth H.S. 


Lacrosse, Scuba Diving 


Pre-Med 


DEAN LICATA 




Ho Ho Kus, NJ 


Ridgewood H.S. 


Baseball, Football 


Business 


ELIZABETH LOUD 




Orchard Lake, MI 


Cranbrook-Kingswood 


Photography, Skiing 


Undecided 


CHARLES LUCAS 




Louisville, KY 


ot. Aavier 


Camping, Hunting 


Business 


RYAN MACAULAY 




Brewster, MA 


Nauset Regional 


Student Gov't., Tennis 


Political Science 


BECKY MACHADO 




Buffalo, NY 


The Nichols School 


Running, Soccer 


Science 


CHAS MADDEN 




Tacoma, WA 


Curtis H.S. 


Football, Skiing 


Economics 


ALEX MAGINNIS 




Winchester, KY 


George Rogers Clark n.b. 


T— — ..--.1 A v4' 

1 ravel. Art 




RHONDA MALBLANC 




Winchester, OH 


Eastern Brown H.S. 


Music, Reading 


Mathematics 


J.D. MARTIN 




Manlius, NY 


Manlius Pebble Hill School 


Basketball, Video Games 


Business 



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KAREN MARTIN 

Tampa, FL 
Dancing, Drama 
STEPHEN MARTIN 
Darien, CT 
Football, Lacrosse 
KELLY MC ALLISTER 
Longport, NJ 
Photography, Skiing 
ELIZABETH MC CARRON 
Northfield, IL 
Golf, Tennis 

BILL MC CLELLAN 

Morristown, NJ 
Skiing, Swimming 
ANDREW MELTON 
Pasadena, CA 
Baseball, Raquetball 
ALETTA MERZ 
Whitehall, OH 
Math, Music 
JENNA MESSMER 
Milliard, OH 
Drama, Lacrosse 

HOLLY MILLER 

Cape Elizabeth, ME 
Hiking, Tennis 
SEAN MILLER 
Charlottesville, VA 
Skiing, Lacrosse 
WENDY MILLER 
Darien, CT 
Music, People 
GEORGE MIX 
Dover, MA 



JASON MLICKI 

Upper Arlington, OH 
Animals, Baseball 
MARIA MOHIUDDIN 

Pelham, NY 
Art, Tennis 

J.R. MOLDENHAUER 

East Aurora, NY 
Football, Swimming 
TODD MOUTARDIER 

Carbondale, IL 
Skiing, Soccer 

KEITH MROCHEK 

Hudson, OH 
Politics, Running 
NANCY MULDOON 
Mahwah, NJ 
Soccer, Tennis 
JAY MUNSON 
Cincinnati, OH 
Guitar, People 
TIFFANY MYERS 
Grove City, OH 
Chcerleading, Volleyball 

ROBERT NAKASONE 

Ridgewood, NJ 
Hockey, Soccer 
TAMMI NASSAR 
Pittsburgh, PA 
Hockey, Skiing 
ELIZABETH NEALON 
Hopkinton, MA 
Skiing, Volunteering 
ADAM NEMIROW 
Wausau, Wl 

Water Skiing, Communications 



Tampa Prep. School 
Communications 

Darien H.S. 
Business 

Emma Willard School 
Liberal Arts 

Marillac H.S. 
Undecided 



Madison H.S. 
History 

St. Francis 
Philosophy 

Whitehall Yearling 
Mathematics 

Hilliard H.S. 
Pre-Med 



Northfield Mt. Hermon 
Journalism 

St. Annes 
History 

Darien H.S. 
Psychology 

Belmont H.S. 



Upper Arlington H.S. 

Business 

Pelham H.S. 
Psychology 

East Aurora H.S. 
Sports Medicine 

Culver Military Academy 
Pre-Med 



Hudson H.S. 
Economics 

Saddle River Day School 
Undecided 

Princeton High 
Liberal Arts 

Westland 
Pre-Med 



Ridgewood H.S. 
Economics 

The Ellis School 
Economics 

Bancroft School 
Undecided 

Lincoln High 
Liberal Arts 






ERIKA NIKOLICH 

Pittsburgh, PA 
Languages, Travel 
JENNIFER OBERBECK 
Greenwich, CT 
Bicycling, Tennis 
JANE O'CONNOR 
New Orleans, LA 
People, Sailing 
WILLIAM OFFUTT 
Lexington, KY 
Hunting, Student Gov't. 

SCOTT OLSON 

Rockford, IL 
Skiing, Soccer 
KEVIN O'MALLEY 
Kenilworth, IL 
Music, People 
JULIE O'REILLY 
Durham, NC 
Soccer, Travel 
JENNIFER OTTESEN 
Littleton, CO 
Skiing, Soccer 

MICHAEL PACKARD 

St. Davids, PA 
Golf, Lacrosse 
EMILY PAGE 
Vienna, WV 
Publications, Skiing 
CATHY PARILLO 
Sharpsville, PA 
Skiing, Student Gov't. 
JACK PELLETT 
Rockville, MD 
Camping, Wrestling 

BRIAN PEURA 

Charlottesville, VA 
Lacrosse, Soccer 
JOHN PFAFF 
Baltimore, MD 
Football, Skiing 
DEBBY PIETRINI 
Hinsdale, IL 
Skiing, Pom Pons 
KATHY PINGEL 
Pataskala, OH 
Horses, People 

JONATHAN POWER 

Middletown, OH 
Skiing, Lacrosse 
JADE PRIEST 
Coshocton, OH 
People, Science 
ELIZABETH QUIRK 
Akron, OH 
Skiing, Swimming 
AARON RAMEY 
Grandview Heights, OH 
Football, Weightlifting 

SARAH RAMSEY 

Richmond, VA 
Art, Swimming 
GAIL RAPUZZl 

Summit, NJ 
Music, Tennis 

RACHAEL RATCHESON 

Shaker Heights, OH 
Cheerleading, Choir 
CHAD RATHNER 

Bethesda, MD 
Soccer, Travel 



Mt. Lebanon 
Liberal Arts 

Greenwich High 
Psychology 

Metairie 
English 

Taft School 
Science 



Keith Country Day 
Liberal Arts 

Loyola Academy 
Pre-Law 

Jordan 
Psychology 

Columbine H.S. 
Business 



Radnor High 
Liberal Arts 

Chatham Hall 
Journalism 

Kennedy Christian H.S. 

Pre-Law 

Magrudcr H.S. 
Science 



Episcopal H.S. 
Liberal Arts 

Oilman 
History 

Hinsdale Central H.S. 

Psychology 

Watkins Memorial 
Economics 



Fountain Valley School 
Undecided 

Coshocton High 
Pre-Med 

Loomis Chaffee 
Liberal Arts 

Grandview Heights H.S. 

Economics 



Collegiate 
Undecided 

Summit H.S. 
Sociology, Pre-Law 

Shaker Heights High 
Business 

Bethesda-Chevy Chase 
Undecided 



MARCO RAY 

Los Angeles, CA Brentwood School 

Hockey, Automobiles Undecided 
DAVID REICH 

Hollywood, FL Pine Crest 

Football, Skiing Pre-Law 
KARA RIEMENSCHNEIDER 

Sharon Center, OH Western Reserve Academy 



People, Student Gov't. 
ELISABETH RITTER 

St. Louis, MO 
People, Photography 

JENNIFER ROBERTS 

Cincinnati, OH 
Tennis, Aerobics 
NANCY ROESSNER 
New Vernon, NJ 
Hockey, Skiing 
BRIAN ROGERS 
Wayzata, MN 
Politics, Skiing 
KRISTINA ROLAND 
New York City, NY 
Music, Travel 

JULIE ROZMAN 

Union Lake, Ml 
Cheerleading, Skiing 
LORI RUSK 
Port Clinton, OH 
Cheerleading, Dancing 
JOHN RUSSELL 
York, PA 

Lacrosse, Wind Surfing 
KATIE RYAN 

Worthington, OH 
People, Tennis 

DAVIDA SANDERS 

West Chester, PA 
Lacrosse, Field Hockey 
RONALD SANDLER 
Ft. Wayne, IN 
Skiing, Soccer 
TIMOTHY SANTE 
Pittsburgh, PA 
Art, Swimming 
TED SCHAAF 
Old Lyme, CT 
Guitar, Soccer 

JULIA SCHNEIDER 

Greenwood, IN 
Music, Photography 
KRISTEN SCHOENEN 
Bethlehem, PA 
Softball, Field Hockey 
KAREN SCHORY 
Hubbard, OH 
Photography, Running 
TIMOTHY SCHORY 
Hubbard, OH 
Drama, Movies 

BETH SCHWARTZ 

Bernardsville, NJ 
Animals, Soccer 
CHRIS SCOTT 
Barrington, IL 
Drama, People 
ROBIN SENN 
Summit, NJ 
Animals, Science 
TODD SHIPLETT 
New Lexington, OH 
Basketball, Track 



Psychology 

Mary Inst. 
Psychology 



Indian Hill 
Journalism 

Madison High 
Liberal Arts 

Wayzata H.S. 
Political Science 

Columbia Grammer & Prep. 

Liberal Arts 



Walled Lake Central 
Psychology 

Port Clinton H.S. 

Pre-Med 

The Lawrenceville School 
Business 

Worthington H.S. 

French 



Henderson H.S. 
Journalism 

Canterbury 
Science 

North Allegheny H.S. 

Fine Arts 

Millbrook School 
Business 



Center Grove H.S. 
Undecided 

Choate Rosemary Hall 
Pre-Law 

Liberty H.S. 
Biology 

Liberty H.S. 
Physics 



Bernards H.S. 
Pre-Med 

Barrington H.S. 

Film 

Chatham Hall 
Pre-Med 

New Lexington Sr. High 
Science 






KEVIN SHOOK 

Fairview Park, OH 
Student Gov't., Wrestling 
HUNTER SHOOP 
Orinda, CA 
Baseball, Football 
JOHN SHUPERT 
Dresden, OH 
People, Science 
DAMON SIMPSON 
Aspen, CO 
Golf, Hockey 

SARAH SKOWRONSKI 

North Bloomfield, OH 
Music, Journalism 
ANNIKA SMITH 
Laurelton, NY 
Drama, Piano 
BLAKE SMITH 
Ashcville, NC 
Basketball, Hiking 
FREDERICK SMITH 
New York, NY 
Guitar, People 

FREEMAN SMITH 

Corning, NY 
Bicycling, Water Skiing 
MATTHEW SMUCKER 
Grosse Pointe, MI 
Soccer, Tennis 
GREGG SNAPP 
Bellefontaine, OH 
Baseball, Basketball 
GOWON SNYDER 
Youngstown, OH 
Track, Football 

MARCY SPAULDING 

Tacoma, WA 
Hiking, Track 
CARRIE SPRIGMAN 

Wenonah, NJ 
Skiing, Swimming 
LYNN SPURLING 

Lebanon, OH 
People, Yearbook 
LYNN STEEN 

Monroe, LA 
Computers, People 

TARA STEINHAUSER 

Ft. Thomas, KY 
Soccer, Tennis 
MOLLIE STERLING 
North Canton, OH 
Publications, Student Gov't. 
ALISON STEVENS 
Allison Park, PA 
Music, Skiing 
ERIN STOCKER 
East Lansing, Ml 
Animals, Swimming 

ALYSON SUSTAR 

Pepper Pike, OH 
Horses, Travel 
BECKY SWAIN 
Philadelphia, PA 
Photography, Field Hockey 
SARAH SWARTZ 
Acton, MA 
Lacrosse, Majorettes 
VANESSA SWARTZ 
Jackson, OH 
Music, Tennis 



Fairview H.S. 
Political Science 

Miramonte 
Pre-Med 

Tri-Valley H.S. 
Pre-Med 

Aspen High 
Pre-Med 



Bloomfield 
Communications 

Milton Academy 
Pre-Med 

Carolina Day School 
Psychology 

St. George's School 
English 



Corning East High 
Psychology 

Grosse Pointe South 
Sports Medicine 

Indian Lake 
Mathematics, Comp. Sci. 

Culver Military Academy 
Computer Science 



Undecided 

Gateway Regional 
Business 

Kings H.S. 
Psychology 

Neville H.S. 
Psychology 



Highlands 
Liberal Arts 

Jackson H.S. 
Political Science 

North Allegheny H.S. 

Liberal Arts 

East Lansing H.S. 

Pre-Med 



Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin 
Liberal Arts 

Springside 
Undecided 

Acton-Boxborough Reg. H.S. 

Pre-Law 

Jackson H.S. 
Pre-Med 



PAIGE TE LAN 

Orlando, FL 
Aerobics, Tennis 
CHRISTIAN TEMPLETON 

Bethesda, MD 
Guitar, Weightlifting 
JULIE TEPPER 
Upper St. Clair, PA 
Tennis, Travel 
TIFFANY THEDE 
Pittsburgh, PA 
Aerobics, Tennis 

BILL THOMPSON 

Atherton, CA 
Lacrosse, Skiing 
TODD THRASH 
Chagrin Falls, OH 
Tennis, Juggling 
CATHY TOMEO 
Cortland, OH 
Poetry, Running 
TREVOR TONG 
Morristown, NJ 
Hockey, Lacrosse 

FITZ TOTTEN 

Richmond, VA 
Skiing, Soccer 
JAY TRINDER 

Virginia Beach, VA 
Lacrosse 

CHRISTOPHER TUCKER 

New Lexington, OH 
Music, Science 
LAURA TUTUNDGY 

Englewood Cliffs, NJ 
Softball, Travel 

MANDY URBASKA 

Billings, MT 
Skiing, Travel 
BETSY VALENTE 
Springfield, OH 
Running, Tennis 
NICOLE VAN ATTA 
Spencer, NY 
Skiing, Yearbook 
ABIGAIL VEAZIE 
Hazleton, PA 
Ballet, Poetry 

ELIZABETH VIALL 

Sparta, NJ 

Golf, Skiing 

JUDD VINCENT 

Wilmette, IL 

Camping, Music 

ALEXANDRA VON RAAB 

Nevw York, NY 

People, Tennis 

MEGAN WALROD 

Lakewood, NY 

Choir, Running 

JAMES WARD 

Merritt Island, FL 
Aardvark Breeding, Disco 
TRICIA WELCH 
Ballwin, MO 
Swimming, Pom Pons 
BECKY WENTZ 
Bay Village, OH 
Basketball, Soccer 
JULIE WIEGOLD 
Lake Bluff, IL 
Dancing, Rugby 



Trinity Prep. 
Pre-Law 

Gonzaga College H.S. 

Sociology 

Upper St. Clair 
Undecided 

North Allegheny H.S. 

Undecided 



Menlo School 
Liberal Arts 

Chagrin Falls H.S. 

Pre-Med 

Lakeview 
Undecided 

Madison H.S. 
Liberal Arts 



Trinity Episcopal School 
History 

Cape Henry Collegiate 
Liberal Arts 

New Lexington H.S. 

Science 

Dwight Englewood School 
Business 



Billings Senior H.S. 

Education 

Springfield North H.S. 

Science 

Spencer-Van Etten 
Biology 

Hazleton H.S. 
Theatre, French 



Sparta H.S. 
Liberal Arts 

New Trier H.S. 
Liberal Arts 

St. Andrew's 
Undecided 

Southwestern Central 
Pre-Law 



Kent School 
Communications 

Parkway West 
Pol. Sci., Intl. Rel. 

Bay H.S. 
Psychology 

Lake Forest H.S. 

Pre-Med 






ROB WILL 




Columbus, Un 


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Computers, Soccer 


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JILL WILLIAMS 




Bexley, OH 


Bexley High 


Reading, Science 


Pre-Med 


TITO WILLIAMS 




Baltimore, MD 


Gilman School 


Football, Video Games 


Psychology 


MEREDITH WILSON 




Cambridge, OH 


Cambridge H.S. 


Languages, Science 


Science 






Watertown, in y 


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Basketball, Lacrosse 








Dedham, MA 


Noble & Greenough 


Travel, Sports 


Liberal Arts 


DAVID WOODMANSEE 




Dublin, OH 


Dublin H.S. 


Football, Reading 


History 


MICHAEL WOOLDRIDGE 




Evanston, IL 


Evanston Twp. H.S. 


Scuba Diving, Tennis 


History 


ROBERT ZAVELL 




Lake Forest, IL 


Gushing Academy 


Golf, People 


Economics 



SOME OTHER NEW STUDENTS 



ELEANOR ACQUAVELLA 

Skiing, Tennis 



New York, NY 
Art History 



JODI BOTT Martins Ferry, OH 

Student Gov't., Publications English 



DOUG EAKIN 

Golf, Tennis 



Columbus, OH 
Economics 



THOMAS KUON 

Lacrosse, Skiing 

CHRIS LAING 

Lacrosse, Photography 

NICOLE MOUTENOT 

Choir, Crew 



Wilmington, DE 
Pre-Law 

Greenwich, CT 
Pre-Law 

Cranbury, NJ 
Liberal Arts 



JENNY STIND 

Art, Music 

BRIAN STONE 

Bicycling, Running 

TERRANCE WAHL 

Drama, Tennis 



Evanston, IL 
Journalism 

Follansbee, WV 
Philosophy 

Summervillc, SC 
Fine Arts 



BRANDYE FARMER 

People, Student Gov't. 


Jacksonville, IL 
Communications 


TOM MURRAY 

Lacrosse, Weightlifting 


Princeton, NJ 
Sports Medicine 


MATT WANAT 


Millersburg, OH 


PATRICK FROST 

Basketball, Soccer 


West Redding, CT 
Undecided 


MAGGIE SCHULER 

Hockey, People 


Pottstown, PA 
Psychology 


JOSEF WERNE 

Hunting, Jazz 


Cape Girardeau, MO 
Science 


ANDERS GEERING 

Film, Music 


Plymouth, MA 
Film 


SARAH SCROGGINS 

Running, Skiing 


Greenwich, CT 
Liberal Arts 


MARIO WILLIAMS 

Bowling, Tennis 


Chicago, IL 
Business 


PORTIA GROENING 

Choir, Newspaper 


Columbus, OH 
Pre-Med 


MARK SETTERLIN 

Golf, Skiing 


Columbus, OH 
Science 


AKIL WAITE 

Basketball, Student Gov't. 


Silver Spring, MD 
Business 


JEREMY HARDER 

Lacrosse, Photography 


Milford, NJ 
Science 


BRUCE SIBBERSEN 

Fishing, Basketball 


Woodville, OH 
Undecided 







ACADEMIC/CAREER RELATED 



Pre-Law Club . . . was created to provide a forum for exploring law schools and careers in law. Contact Thereasa 
Portis, Chair (Box 1432) or Mary Schilling, Advisor. 

The Denison Entrepreneurs Society . . . was formed in 1 984 to further entrepreneurial ideas and successful ethical 
risk-taking in business. Contact Ed Gaffney (802) 

C. L. Herrick Geological Society . . . founded in 1 907, meetings feature presentations by outside speakers or Denison 
students reporting on geologic field experiences. Members and friends of the Department of Geology and Geography 
are welcome. Contact, Dr. Tod Frolking, Advisor. 

The Denison Experience . . . is a new student-run mail order catalog operation, specializing in the sale of Denison 
insignia merchandise to parents, alumni and friends of Denison. Working through the University Bookstore, the 
Denison Experience has employment opportunities in the advertising, operations and financial areas of this start- 
up enterprise for motivated student entrepreneurs. Contact Ed Gaffney (Box 802) or Mike Frazier, Advisor. 

Denison University Biological Society ... is open to all Biology majors, minors and interested students. The goal 
is to promote interest in Biology and interaction between students and faculty. Contact Carrie Nelson (1440) or 
Cari Heisey (965). 

Forum . . . provides a forum for students of sociology and anthropology to explore important themes within the 
two disciplines. Toward this end students organize brown bag discussions, circulate a Forum newsletter, host picnics 
and arrange for film showings. Criteria for membership includes being a Soc/Anth major or minor or any other 
interested students. 

History Council ... for student history majors and minors — organizes social events for faculty and students. Contact 
Elizabeth Petty (1516) or Daphne Lingon (1205). 

COMMUNICATION ORGANIZATION 

The Adytum . . . The ADYTUM (which means a place where mysteries and secret things are kept) is a completely 
student-run organization dedicated to serving the Denison community primarily by producing a yearbook. Contact 
Tony Facemyre, Editor (1031) or Phil Samuell, Advisor. 

The BuUsheet . . . The Bullsheet's aim is to inform the community of world events, student controversies, and 
campus activities, as well as to throw a Utile B.S. into everybody's day. The Bullsheet is completely student-run. 
Contact Claire Comber (714) or Chuck Blevins (374). 

The Denisonian . . . The Denisonian is the student-run, weekly campus newspaper. Contact Rob Messinger (1788) 
or Ed Gaffney (802). 

The Student News Bureau . . . is a DCGA-funded organization with the goals of serving the student body through 
positive contact with the news media regarding student activities. Contact Stewart Dyke, Advisor. 

Exile ... A student-run publication containing creative writing by Denison students. Contact Will Bainbridge 
(282). 

WDUB . . . WDUB (91.1 FM) is a free format, student-run radio station which serves the Granville, Newark, 
Pataskala, and Alexandria listening areas. Contact Todd Gutnick (2142), George Cooper (512) or Mitch Barnes, 
Advisor, 

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT ORGANIZATIONS 

Amnesty International Campus Network . . . Amnesty International (AL) is a worldwide movement with the primary 



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goal of stopping human rights abuses throughout the world. Contact William Orr, Advisor. 

BACCHUS . . . BACCHUS is a national organization that stands for "Boost Alcohol Consciousness Concerning 
the Health of University Students." It is an organization to promote responsible drinking behavior within the 
campus community. Contact Co-chairs Todd Huth (1013) or Carrie Nelson (1440). 

Black Student Union ... The BSU strives to support Black students in every aspect of their lives while attending 
Denison. The BSU also works to increase community awareness through diversity of cultural and social programs. 
Contact Vernell Bristow (365) or John L. Smith (2242). 

Central American Task Force . . . As an educational and activist organization, The Central American Task Force 
(CATF) focuses on becoming informed and informing the Denison Community about the United States past and 
present relations with Central American countries. Contact Victoria Harris (1534) or Todd Wimpey (2165). Jack 
Kirby, Bill Nichols, & Diane Warstler, Advisors. 

Denison Community Association . . . DCA is the largest student-run organization on campus. The purpose of the 
DCA is to coordinate all volunteer work on campus, thus providing students with a constructive, worthwhile 
experience in the world outside Denison. Contact Co-Presidents Alex Hoyt (13311) or Carrie Nelson (1440). 

Sub-Committees: 

Aids Task Force: Contact Sheryn Moore (1409) 

Bonds of Friendship: Contact Jennifer Arvia (252) or Kristina Fisher (730). 

Buckeye Youth Center: Contact Benita Sizemore (2220), Holly Sauber (1744) or Fred Hornbuckle (804). 

DCA Companions: Contact James Allen (315) or Wendy Wilder (2125). 

Denison One-to-One: Contact Meghan Dillon (908) or Molly Cruikshank (783). 

Granville Tutoring: Contact Julia Dugger (2231) or Dee Cutler (540). 

Habitat for Humanity: Contact Tanya Harman (1219). 

Headstart: Contact Scarlett Brown (419). 

Homeless/Hunger Project: Contact Amy Whalen (2101), Ajith Wijayawardhana (2123) or Leanne Barschdorf (274). 

LEADS Tutoring: Contact Faith Brewitt (532) or Kris Cacciatore (434). 

LEADS Swimming: Contact Rebekka Litton (1212) or Alex Hoyt (1311). 

Montessori School: Contact Lisa Robertson (1672). 

New Beginnings: Contact Betsy Miller (1297) or Casey Laster (1110). 

Nursing Home Companions: Contact Jill Stemen (2298). 

Psychiatric Hospital: Contact Amy Majernik (1671), Betsy Moran (1412) or John Jeffcoat (962). 
Special Olympics: Contact Amy Mason (998) or Michelle Rast (1792). 

Denison International Students' Association . . . DISA is comprised of students (American and International) and 
faculty members who are interested in the exchange of cultural experiences. The association provides supportive 
guidance to the international students on campus and presents a means of interaction between international students 
and the Denison community. Contact Upendra Patel (2014), Joy Watson (1714). Eric Barnes or Bonnie Lamver- 
meyer. Advisors. 

Denison University Recycling Program (DURP) ... The purpose of the Recycling Group is to maintain a recycling 



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system on campus and to educate Denison and the broader community to the value of recycHng and associated 
environmental issues. Contact Matt Harvey (914), Chris Clark (637), Lisa Wilson (2164) or Len Jordan, Advisor. 

Experimental College . . . offered each semester as an alternative to the regular Denison curriculum. The Exper- 
imental College is a student-organized extension of the College offering non-academic courses for academic credit. 
We offer a wide range of topics not found in the normal academic schedule. Contact Nina Pflumm (1520) or Rich 
Weihi (699). 

Lesbian Support Group & Gay Men's Support Group . . . The primary focus of the lesbian support group and the 
gay support group is to provide emotional and social support for lesbian women and gay men who are questioning 
their sexual identity. Contact Counseling Center. 

Muscular Dystrophy Association . . . The Denison Muscular Dystrophy Association is comprised of students joined 
in the fight against Muscular Dystrophy. Denison has been recognized as one of the largest contributors to the 
National Muscular Dystrophy Association. Contact Mags Miller (1302), Chavonna Sheffield (1681), or Dr. Sam 
Thios, Advisor. 

Outlook . . . Exploring Issues of Sexual Identity desire to combat homophobia through education; to open avenues 
of communication; to use pohtical activism as a tool for consciousness-raising expand resources for gay/lesbian 
studies; and to support enforcement of Denison's nondiscrimination policy. Contact Lee Bostian, Advisor. 

Safewalk . . . The Office of Campus Security and Safety oversees a student-staffed (paid positions) escort service 
called Safewalk. Safewalk is located in Fellow Hall off the main lobby area and is in operation seven nights a week, 
8 p.m. to 2 a.m. Safewalk phone number is 587-6623. Contact Betsy Moran (1412) or Frank Abele (Advisor). 

Women's Emphasis . . . consists of women and men students who are concerned with the status of women on our 
campus. The group tries to make the campus more aware of the problems as well as the opportunities facing women 
and men today. Contact Lisa Ransdell, Advisor. 

ENTERTAINMENT AND ENRICHMENT ORGANIZATIONS 

Art Co-Op . . . is an organization of students interested in the pursuit of creativity in the visual arts. Contact Art 
Department. 

The Bandersnatch . . . is a small bagel and snack shop beneath Huffman Hall that is open to the Denison community 
every week night. This shop is a popular place for people to relax and socialize while enjoying their favorite late 
night snack. Contact Max Monks, Manager (2251), Tucker Carney, Assistant Manager (449), or John Berry, advisor. 

Burpee's Seedy Theatrical Company . . . is an improvisational theatrical company made up of Denison students 
devoted to entertaining and amusing the Denison community and the world. Contact Rob Plourde (2269). 

Concert Choir ... is perhaps Denison's oldest choir student organization, with a history dating back at least to 
1894. The group is open to all students, staff, and faculty on the basis of a brief audition offered at the beginning 
of each semester. Contact Director William Osborne, Music Department. 

Denison Film Society ... is a student-run organization whose main purpose is to promote film as a form of art, 
culture, and entertainment. Joint efforts on the part of the Film Society and academic departments have brought 
films for the campus that also can be incorporated into the intellectual setting of the classroom. Contact Dr. Elliott 
Stout, Advisor. 

Denison Jazz Ensemble . . . is a group made up of 1 7 musicians featuring the "Big Band" sound. The Jazz Ensemble 
is open to all students, subject to permission and audition by the instructor, and rehearses three times per week for 
one hour of academic credit. Contact Rick Brunetto, Advisor. 

Denison Lecture Series . . . is a student-run committee which solicits prominent authorities from all fields for the 
Denison campus and community. Contact Burvee Franz (1070), Jennifer Shaw (1234) or Micheal Snyder, Advisor. 

Denison Singers . . . dates back to 1961. The group has sung over 400 concerts across most of the eastern and 



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midwestern United States as well as on its four trips to Europe. Contact William Osborne, Conductor. 

Denison University Percussion Ensemble . . . is a chamber group of three to eight percussionists performing literature 
for percussion instruments. The ensemble rehearses twice weekly for one hour and performs a concert each semester. 
Contact Rick Brunetto, Advisor. 

Homecoming Committee . . . works closely with faculty, alumni, town merchants, residence halls, fraternities and 
sororities to prepare and build excitement for the big weekend. Contact Harriet Stone, Alumni Office. 

Hunsberger Memorial Investment Club ... The club was established in 1966 by the family and friends of Harry 
A. Hunsberger, Jr., an economics major. Its purpose is to provide investment expenence for Denison students. 
Contact Chris Robinson (1961) or Economics Department. 

Ladies Night Out ... is a student run female choral group consisting of 9-12 members. Contact Allison Dowd 
(2230). 

Lamson Lodge . The goal of Lamson Lodge is to provide another social alternative which enhances strong 
relationships between students and faculty. Lamson Lodge sponsors student entertainment and special theme nights. 
Contact Friday Abernathy (220). 

Denison Hilltoppers ... is a men's a cappella singing group that has been in existence for over eight years- Our 
goal as an organization is to entertain as many people and groups as possible. Contact Jon Hardtner (896) or 
Christopher Iven (917). 

RECREATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS 

Denison Intramurals ... The intramural department is designed to provide athletic competition to the student 
body outside of varsity club sports. Major sports include flag football, basketball, volleyball, and softball. The 
intramural department also holds tournaments in wrestling, racquetball, tennis, bowling, and billiards. Contact Lynn 
Schweizer, Advisor. 

Denison Cheerleaders . . . Contact Ted Barclay, Coach. 

Club Sports . . . Club Sports at Denison are student-run and-organized. It is the responsibility of the participants 
to take necessary precautions to avoid injury to themselves and others during practices, travel or competition of a 
club sport. Contact Lynn Schweizer, Advisor. 

Cycling Club . . . Members will be able to help plan and organize the tours as well as share information on bicycle 
mechanics and riding techniques. All you have to do to be a member is show up for the rides; the club's emphasis 
is on fun. Contact Ted Barclay, Advisor. 

Equestrian Team ... is a member of the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association. Open to riders of all skill levels, 
including beginners, the team's members participate in show throughout the Midwest. The team practices at Grenoble 
Stables (five minutes south of Granville). Contact Amy Stehl (1922) or Pam Lloyd, Advisor. 

Ice Hockey Team . . . Under the administrative direction of Seth Patton and the player/coach captains, the Denison 
Ice Hockey Team provides a rewarding experience to all hockey players. Contact Oliver Ade (2097) or Seth Patton, 
Advisor. 

Karate Club ... an organization which promotes fitness through the instruction of self-defense and the fundamentals 
of Okinawan Shorinryu Karate. Contact Drew Read (2016) or Mike Wilson, Advisor. 

Men's Lacrosse Club . . . Andrew Bogardus, (0379) or John Kessler, Advisor 

Women's Lacrosse Team . . . Contact Meredith Asplundh (0258)— (pending). 

Outing Club ... The name of this club serves as the best explanation of what we do. Anything that involves the 
out-of-doors, such as camping, rock climbing, rafting, skiing, involves the Outing Club. (Inactive dunng the past 



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year.) Contact Scott Blanchard (0364) or Tod Frolking, Advisor. 

Men's Rugby Club . . . strives to continue the traditions on which the game was founded, namely, teamwork and 
a special camaraderie which only rugby players can enjoy. Contact Tucker Carney, (0449) or Bill France, Advisor. 

Women's Rugby Team . . . provides a unique, new, and exciting athletic alternative for all Denison women. Women's 
Rugby ultimately challenges the athletic skills of its players and offers a sense of team unity and social enjoyment. 
Contact Katy Murphy (1427) or Susan Garcia, Advisor. 

Sailing Club ... the object of the club include the advancement, encouragement, and improvement of yacht racing 
and the sport of sailing, as well as to promote and develop high ideals of the sport of yachting among the members 
of the student body. Contact David Postlewaite (0455) or Trevor Gamble, Advisor. 

Ski Club ... the purpose of the Club is to foster a deeper appreciation of skiing, and to promote the sport of skiing 
to its members and the school community. Members of the club will benefit from discount package rates on organized 
week-end and one-week trips. Drew Read (2016) or Trevor Gamble, Advisor. 

Women's Softball Club . . . offers a challenge and excitement to all interested Denison women. All that is required 
is the willingness to work hard and the desire to have fun. Contact Christy Schmidt, (2162) or Diane Whaley, 
Advisor. 

Men's Soccer Team . . . Contact Allison Kelly (1433) or Janet Schultz, Advisor. 
Women's Soccer Team . . . Contact Allison Kelly (1433) or Janet Schultz, Advisor. 

Squash Club ... the goals of the club are to instruct individuals in the basic rules and strategies of the sport; to 
organize a competitive and enjoyable program for campus; and to uphold the honor, tradition and the laws of the 
game of squash. Contact Geoff Moorehead (1332) or Felix Badger, Advisor. 

Sychronized Swimming . . . Contact Anna Georgieva (1879) or Lynn Schweizer, Advisor. 

Trap and Skeet Shooting Club . . . goals are to create and sustain a competitive team, promote the sportsmanship 
associated with the sport, and teach gun-handhng safety to both experienced and nonexperienced shooters. (Inactive 
during the past year.) Contact Bradley Skillman (2233) or Tom Carroll, Advisor. 

Ultimate Frisbee Club . . . (Inactive during the past year.) 

Volleyball Team . . . goals are to promote the mental expansion and physical perfection of power volleyball skills 
in a competitive atmosphere. The club is a member of the Midwest Intercollegiate Volleyball Association. Contact 
Brian Lovins (1595) or Sara Lee, Advisor. 

Water Polo Club . . . (Inactive during the past year.) Contact Christopher Day (0565) or Gregg Parini, Advisor. 



Chapel Advisory Board . . . assists the Dean of Religious Life with developing a program of ecumenical-Christian 
chapel services, promotes an awareness of religious diversity, promotes personal spiritual growth and creates a 
community forum in which spiritual ideas and interests are shared. Two primary service projects are the Oxfam 
Fast for Worid Hunger and the Third World Crafts Bazaar. The chapel Advisor Board is independent of any other 
religious organization on campus. Contact Barb Bowin (401) or Michael Snyder, Advisor. 

College Life . . . is a dynamic, nondenominational Christian student group that encourages and strengthens Chris- 
tians on our campus, seeking to build a movement within the Denison community to present to our campus the 
exciting challenge and adventure of knowing and following Jesus Christ. We are affiliated with the Campus Crusade 
for Christ. Contact Rick McKee (1324), Gail Grimm (1179) or Randy Beach, Advisor. 

Denison Jewish Community . . . organizes religious and cultural activities for students and faculty. Contact Elizabeth 
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Denison Newman Association ... is the University's Catholic student organization that continues the long tradition 
of the Cathohc church's ministry to students in higher education. Contact Eva Brault (358), Caroline Turner (1937) 
or Father Mike Gribble, Advisor. 

GOVERNANCE ORGANIZATIONS 

Auto Court ... is responsible for the registration of student cars, processing of tickets and appeals, and collection 
of fines. Contact Eric Lindberg (1563) or Peter Day (1283). 

Campus Enterprise Committee . . . investigates, evaluates and makes judgment upon all economic, money making 
and/or charitable enterprises which have or will have an effect upon the Denison community. Contact Sean Greene 
(1158) or John Berry, Advisor. 

Campus Programming Board ... is to coordinate, schedule and publicize all activities which will entertain and/ 
or educate members of the Denison community. John Berry, Advisor. 

Class Governors and Class Councils ... The class governor system is a student government organization dedicated 
to providing social and extracurricular alternatives to the Denison community. Contact Senior Class: Skip Stone 
(1826) and Allison Dowd (2230); Junior Class: Amy Dickerson (1982) and Jen Phillips (1928); Sophomore Class: 
Fred Hornbuckle (804) and Corbitt Wright (2182); Advisor, Bill Nichols. 

DCGA Officers . . . Denison Campus Government Association officers for the year, 1991-1992. President, Rich 
Yashewski (2056), Vice President, Mike Heinz (1268). 

Student Senate ... is the legislative body of the Denison Campus Government Association, a forum for addressing 
the concerns and needs of the student body. Contact Deacon Hooper (2323), Speaker of the Senate. 

Academic & Judicial Committee ... is responsible for reviewing and recommending educational and judicial policies 
concerning the University. Contact Jim Whitaker, Chair (2419). 

Communications Committee ... is designed to be the connection between the Denison Government and the campus. 
We do this through the various communication channels available at Denison. Contact Tim Gardner, Chair (2069). 

Finance Committee ... is a part of the executive branch of DCGA and is responsible for drafting the budget for 
DCGA and its recognized organizations. Contact Chris Wilkins, Chair (984). 

Projects Committee . . . strives to represent the Denison community through such innovative projects as change 
machines and a Newark guide. Contact Craig Seymour, Chair (1660). 

Publicity Committee . . . shall be responsible for publicizing all DCGA events and shall help DCGA recognized 
organizations publicize their all-school events. Contact Carla Sokol, Chair (2299). 

Rules Committee ... is responsible for reviewing and approving the agenda for each Senate meeting. Contact Adam 
Seitchek Chair, (2191). 

House Councils ... are composed of residence hall students elected to serve in their respective residence halls. 
House Councils develop programs, activities, and policies that help determine the quality of the residential living 
experience. Contact your Resident director or Head Resident for more information. 

The Student Activities Committee (SAC) . . . functions as a student-run organization designed to promote social 
alternatives for the Denison community. Contact Julie Vogt (2405), Jill Stern (2306) or John Berry, Advisor. 

Judicial Council . . . exists to adjudicate cases which could result in suspension or dismissal from the University. 
The Council consists of 6 students, 2 faculty, and 1 professional or supportive operating staff member. There is 
also an alternate pool comprised of representatives from these groups. Contact Alan Van Order (1943), Skip Stone 
(1926), Dick Lucier, Co-chairs, or Christopher Kenah, Advisor. 

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Denison. URC includes Head Residents, Student Advisors, House Council members, the president of IFC and 
Panhel, a representative of Student Senate and a representative for students living off-campus. The co-chairs of the 
Student Judicial Council and the Speaker of the Student Senate serve as ex officio members. Contact Co-Chairs 
Julie Martin (1253) or Doug Boyd (0405). 

GREEK ORGANIZATIONS 

Sororities and Fraternities . . . Denison's fraternities and sororities are independent Greek letter societies with 
selective membership requirements; they are also recognized student organizations. Contact Greek Advisor. 

Panhellenic Council . . . serves as the governing body of the sorority system, which consists of seven chapters. As 
a collective body, Panhel establishes goals that will further enhance good communication within the Greek system 
and provide greater community awareness of a wide variety of activities that involve Greeks. Contact Ida Bergstorm, 
President (355). 

Interfraternity Council ... the primary governing organization for the entire fraternity system at Denison Uni- 
versity. The IFC urges the cooperation of students and faculty members, as well as the fraternity system, to help 
contribute to a prosperous Denison. Contact John Browner, President (0431). 

Alpha Chi Omega . . . This national organization of over 130 chapters was founded in 1885 at DePauw University 
and installed its Delta XI chapter at Denison in 1961. Alpha Chi works towards a close relationship with all of 
Denison while developing within itself close ties that will last a lifetime. Contact Michelle Rast, President (1792) 
or Dr. Judy Cochran, Advisor. 

Alpha Phi Alpha . . . The object of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. is to stimulate the ambition of its members; 
to prepare them for the greatest usefulness in the cause of humanity, freedom and dignity of the individual; to 
encourage the highest and noblest form of manhood; and to aid humanity in its efforts to achieve higher social, 
economic, and intellectual status. Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. was founded at Cornell University on December 
4th, 1906, and the Rho Upsilon chapter was installed at Denison University on November 30, 1990. Derrill Pryor, 
President (2000). 

Alpha Tau Omega . . . is a fraternity organization which strives towards the promotion of brotherhood, diversity 
and responsible attitudes towards campus living. Contact Mark T. Hayatt (1014). 

Beta Theta Pi . . . the Alpha Eta chapter of Beta Theta Pi was established at Denison University in 1869. We stress 
and reflect academic achievement, athletic superiority and community involvement. Contact James Lieser, President 
(1199) or Stewart Dyke, Advisor. 

Delta Chi . . . goals are to unite its members and create a positive attitude toward other fraternities and students 
at Denison. To achieve this. Delta Chi tries to create a social atmosphere where one can feel relaxed and comfortable. 
Contact Doug Cayce, President (0466) or John Miller, Advisor. 

Delta Delta Delta . . . The Denison Chapter of Delta Delta Delta prides itself on its reputation of diversity and 
individualism. Delta Delta Delta offers all the advantages of sorority life and at the same time remains committed 
to encouraging individuality and personal growth in all its members. Contact Kathleen McLaughlin, President 
(1336) or Trevor Gamble, Advisor. 

Delta Gamma ... is a national organization with over 180 chapters nationwide. Delta Gamma encourages and 
fosters individual as well as group understanding and offers a learning experience to each of its members. Contact 
Amy McConachie, (1284) President of Richard Lucier, Advisor. 

Delta Sigma Theta . . . is a public service sorority founded at Howard University. Delta Sigma Theta is dedicated 
to community service, and women interested in this organization should expect to contribute many hours in order 
to serve that purpose. Contact Scarlett Brown, President (0419) or Angela Griffin, Advisor. 

Kappa Alpha Theta . . . was founded in 1870 and the Beta Tau chapter was installed at Denison in 1929. Kappa 
Alpha Theta provides each member with the opportunity to experience responsibility, tradition, leadership, ex- 
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Christine Kennedy, President (1097) or Don Schilling, Advisor. 

Kappa Kappa Gamma ... was founded in 1870 and the Gamma Omega chapter was installed at Denison 1929. 
Kappa is a group of diverse women from varied geographical locations working towards social as well as educational 
excellence and understanding. Contact Amy Grafton, President (0841) or William Clamurro, Advisor. 

Kappa Sigma . . . offers everything a fraternity at Denison can offer, including the best four years of your life. We 
have a brotherhood that encourages achievement in academics and campus activities. Contact Eric Nelson, President 
(1444) or David Przbybla, Advisor. 

Lambda Chi Alpha ... The Gamma Iota chapter of Lambda Chi Alpha, previously the Sycamore Club, received 
its charter from the National Fraternity in 1919. Lambda Chi stresses a balance between sound academics and a 
strong social life. Contact Jason Shirer, President (0345) or Dave Woodyard, Advisor. 

Pi Beta Phi . . . was founded in 1867 at Monmouth College, Monmouth, Illinois, as the first women's Fraternity. 
Pi Beta Phi offers enriching experiences in personal growth and development, group participation, leadership training, 
academic excellence, service to the campus and community, and interaction with alumnae. Contact Jody Thomas, 
President (1891) or Gail Weiss, Advisor. 

Phi Delta Theta . . . originally established December 26, 1848, at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, came to 
Denison in 1914. Sound academics is a principal priority for Phi Delta Theta. When one joins Phi Delta Theta, he 
has taken on a life-long commitment. Contact Oliver M. Ade, President (2097). 

Phi Gamma Delta ... was founded in 1843 and is one of the largest National Fraternities. Along with the other 
goals Phi Gamma Delta requires a minimum semester's GPA of 2.25 for house residence. Contact Will Kline, 
President (2152) or Ted Barclay, Advisor. 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon ... is the largest national fraternity in the United States. We offer many opportunities for 
leadership positions in the house and are very well represented in almost all Denison organizations. Contact Andy 
Barash, President (291) or James Cameron, Advisor. 

Sigma Chi . . . was founded in June 28, 1855, and is one of the largest national fraternities. The Mu chapter became 
Denison's first fraternity on March 2, 1868. Its present house, located at the top of fraternity row, was completed 
in 1927. Contact Todd Sumerel, President (1863). 

HONORARY ORGANIZATIONS 

Alpha Epsilon Delta ... the International Pre-Medical Honorary, was founded in 1926, and the Ohio Epsilon 
Chapter was installed at Denison in 1950. The purpose is to encourage excellence in pre-medical scholarship, to 
stimulate an appreciation of the importance of pre-medical education, and to promote contact between pre-medical 
and medical educators and students. Contact Mary Schilling, Advisor. 

Alpha Kappa Delta . . . International Sociology Honor Society. The purpose of this Society is to promote an interest 
in the study of sociology, research of social problems, and such other social and intellectual activities as will lead 
to improvement in the human condition. Criteria for membership: (l)Sociology/Anthropology Major/Minor, (2)junior 
status with a 3.0 or better in sociology/anthropology, and (3) rank in upper 35% of the class. Contact Kent Maynard, 
Advisor. 

Crossed Keys ... is a junior honorary society based on service to the Denison and/or local community. Membership 
is based on active participation in service and leadership positions, commitment to helping others, and encour- 
agement of service projects pursued by others. Contact Michael Hamilton (716) and Jen Shaw (1234), Co-Presidents. 

Delta Phi Alpha ... the national junior German honorary. Delta Phi Alpha seeks to recognize excellence in the 
study of German and provide an incentive for higher scholarship. Contact Meridyth McLaren (1331), Amy Amund- 
son (234); Gary Lee Baker or John Kessler, Advisors. 

Denison French Honor Society . . . members are selected from French students, normally majors and minors, who 
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315 or above two of which have been taken at Denison. Members must also maintain a GPA of at least 3.0. Members 
will be announced during the Spring Semester and will be honored at a dinner gathering sponsored by the Denison 
French Club and the Modern Languages Department. Contact French Department. 

Mortar Board ... a student society, based on scholarship, leadership and service which strives to promote academic 
excellence while emphasizing community, cultural, and social involvement. Contact Sheryn Moore, President (1403), 
Barb Bo win, Vice President (0401) or Marlee Meriwether, Advisor. 

Omicron Delta Kappa ... a national leadership honorary society comprised of outstanding student leaders and 
faculty members. Contact President Carrie Nelson (1440) or Don Schilling, Advisor. 

Phi Society . . . through Phi Society, Phi Beta Kappa honors those sophomores who achieved 112 quality points 
during their freshman year. Contact Joan Novak, Advisor. 

Phi Beta Kappa ... a national honorary society which seeks to promote intellectual discipline and achievement 
within the liberal arts. Contact Tod Frolking or Anne Shaver, Advisors. 

Pi Mu Epsilon ... a national mathematics honorary society whose purpose is the promotion of scholarly activity 
in mathematics among students in academic institutions, and among the staffs of qualified non-academic institutions. 
Contact Anna Georgieva (1879), Scott Dexter (900), or Dottie Sherling, Advisor. 

Pi Sigma Alpha ... a national Political Science honorary that was estabhshed at Denison in 1947. Contact Eric 
Lindberg (1563), Donna Childers or James Fletcher, Advisors. > 

Psi Chi ... the national honorary society in psychology, Psi Chi offers a means for the voices of students in 
psychology to be heard and their contributions to be felt. The organization's major purpose is to advance the science 
of psychology and to encourage, stimulate, and maintain scholarship of the individual members in all fields. Contact 
Rebecca Miller (1374) or Kaye Rasnake, Advisor. 

Sigma Delta Pi . . . the purpose of this national organization is to encourage a wider knowledge of and a greater 
love for Hispanic contributions to modern culture. Contact Allison Dowd (2230), Paul Lewis (1186) or William 
Clamurro, Advisor. 

Sophomore Honor Society ... the purpose is to contribute to the self-awareness of its members, to support the 
ideals of the university, to advance the spirit of scholarship, and to provide service to the local community. Contact 
Tara Gray, Advisor. 



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