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Clarion 

University of 

Pennsylvania 

Clarion, PA 

16214 

Volume 8S 

1994 



OPENING 1 



MATURE 
PRESENTATION! 




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Lisa McCartney 




It*s time to reveal the re- 
sults of the survey that 
you, the student body of 
Clarion, ans^vered this past 
year. For those of you that 
have no clue ivhat ^ve are 
talking about, Mre*ll fill you 
in. Many ansivered the 
question **What are the five 
best & ivorst movies from 
1993 and 1994?** Continue 
to read the opening and 
closing section to find out! 



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© 1992 PARAMOUNT 



This story begins with students 
taking a wide variety of classes in 
just as many different buildings. 



As time passes, your major 
course of study becomes your 
focus and you spend less time 
sprinting from building to 
building and more time within 
the walls of one building. 



Finally, it's graduation and your 
last sprint is across a stage in the 
auditorium or the gyna. 



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'ecker Hall is the home to 
Communication and Computer 

Science majors. Through the 

sharing of their professors' 

knowledge and personal practical 

experiences, students get a firm 

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'ecker Hall is home to 
the university's own television 

station, TV-5, and a FM radio 

station, WCUC-FM. There is also 

a high tech computer lab with 

programs ranging from Aldus 

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f or those students in the 
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Center is home to Art, Music, and 

Speech Communication / Theater 

majors. The creative talents of 

students are tested here within 

classes and labs. Students 

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here are also numerous art 
labs for a variety of activities such 

as painting, drawing and print- 
making. Musical practice rooms 
are housed here for the preparation 
of productions. The art of acting is 
played out with theater classes and 
put forth to the public. 



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Clarion's concerts, recitals, and 

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i^tevens Hall is the home to 
Early Childhood, Elementary, and 

Secondary Education majors. 

Students get an opportunity to 

work with children as they go 

through the growing process 

allowing for a better understanding 

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Education Building connected to 

Stevens Hall for students who 

have chosen a career focusing on 

people with special needs. 

Stevens Hall also houses a 

computer lab with special 

programs to fit the Education 

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Tutoring Center for students 

having problems with classes. 

They are shown ways to improve 

their learning skils. The 

Tutoring Center is run by 

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X^ ounders Hall is home to 
History, Humanities, and 

Behavioral Sciences majors. 

Students get a chance to learn 

about other culture's past history 

and even their own through 

History classes. There are also 

many historical artifacts on 

display all over Founders Hall 

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^^tudents have the 
opportunity to discover what it is to 

be human through Humanities and 

why people act or think a certain 

way through Behavioral Sciences 

classes. Clarion's International 

Students' home away from home is 

the office of International Affairs 

which is also located in Founders 

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li^till Hall is home to 
Accounting, Administrative 

Science, Economics, Finance, 

Marketing, and Real Estate 

majors. Through class activities 

and lecture students experience 

the many aspects of the business 

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V^till Hall also houses the 
heart of Clarion's entire computer 

system including a high tech 

computer lab for Business majors. 

Still Hall gives students a good 

experience in the broad field of 

Business Administration while 

taking care of the university as a 

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^arlson Library is home to 
English, Library Science, and 

Psychology majors. Clarion's Library 

= fence Department is one of only 

three accredited programs in this 

state. The Psychology Department, 

guides students toward self awareness 

while the English Department teaches 

self expression. 



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Education, Health, and Sports 

Medicine classes. Students work in 

' ^rge groups through sports activities 

or through lecture to understand the 

concepts behind health and physical 

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]L ierce Science Center is 
home to Biology, Physics, Math, 

Chemistry, Earth Science, 

Geology, and Geography majors. 

Students get a chance to learn 

about the "sciences" through their 

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or lab activities or just good 

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classes ranging from Biology to 

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houses Clarion's own Planetarium 

for those who like Astronomy or for 

those who just like to look at the 

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This story begins with students 
saying goodbye to the familiar anc 
stepping into the unknown. 



As time passes, you learn 
everything from how to fall 
safely in the winter time to if the 
sun shines in Clarion you'll pay 
for it later. 



Finally, the end approaches and 
the unfamiliar has become 
something dear. 



in the SUN! 



.ce a year an Activities Day is held. On this day representatives 
from various groups and organizations introduce themselves to the 
student body Students have the opportunity to become acquainted 
with the groups and what they do. They are given the chance to join, as 
they pass by the different booths set up by Greek organizations and 
clubs which are represented on campus. 

A concert was held during the 
day outside of Gemmell Student 
Complex, which brought in a fairly 
large crowd as people passed by. 



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AS^ ES SU CASA! 



..e Clarion University student body is a diverse one, with students 
representing many different countries and cultures. The students are 
here not only to learn about their selected fields, but also to learn 
about our culture. However, they also share with us a little of their 
own cultures in the process. 

Throughout the semester many events are held, which are open to 
students, as well as the public. 
These events allow CU students 
and others to explore various tra- 
ditions in such things as dance 
and food from the students repre- 
senting their nationalities. 








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t Students think that public safety officers main jobs are to hand 
^t parking tickets and respond to fire drills. But, this year PubUc 
Safety, which will have a new location at Thorn 1, has taken new steps 
to insure the safety of students and faculty on Campus. An emergency 
telephone system, as well as a surveillance system are expected to be 
installed on Campus by the Fall 1994 semester. The locations of these 
systems will be where high frequency of incidents occur. ^^ 

With the help of STAR (Students ^^i^B 

Together Against Rape) and the 
Clarion Sexual Assault Network, 
the program was devised in the 
hopes of preventing even more 
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^' .^utumn Leaf Festival has been a tradition in Clarion for many 
ars. Over 100,000 people come to this town during the weeks' 
celabrations. These include the carnival rides and games, the food 
stands with various selections, the craft stands, and the art show at the 
public library. 

The week comes to an end with a parade on Saturday afternoon fol- 
lowed by the crowning of the Homecoming queen at the football 
game . And finally on Sunday 
there is a car show on Main Street 

The 1993 homecoming football 
game was the Golden Eagles 
against the Bloomsburg Huskies, 
with Clarion Defeating B.U. 40-18 
The homecoming queen for 1993 
was senior Merrilyn Murn 
She was escorted by Matt 
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What uo you get when you take two people from two different back- 

vjunds, and stick them in a room with all of their worldly possessions 
and leave them in Clarion for a year? Either the best of friends, or the 
worst of enemies. At any rate. ..you get a lot of memories to carry with 
you into the future. 

Clarion offers seven residence halls to students. For females who pre- 
fer to live in an all-female building there are Becht and Givan . For 
males who wish to live in an all- 
male building there is Ballentine. 
The co-ed dorms include; 
Campbell, Nair, Ralston, and 
Wilkinson. All the dorms provide 
an unique environment and the 
opportunity to socialize and 
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do, What to do? 



a re done with your homework and you don't have any tests to 
ay for. Or maybe you're not done with your homework and you'd 
just like to procrastinate a little, what can you do? In Gemmell Student 
Complex you can play racquetball, video games, pool, lift weights, or 
do aerobics. You can swim in Tippin, hang out with friends or attend a 
campus activity. 

Campus sports are always fun to watch. However, if you'd rather 
get off campus you can always 
catch a movie or eat out at your 
favorite restaurant. If you have 
money to spend shopping is 
always a favorite option. 




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iLD, it's CRAZY, but most of all it's LOUD ! It's the battle of the 
.ds and Clarion loves it. Many bands get together to show off their 
musical talents to the audience and other bands. On this night we can 
all catch a glimpse of just how talented Clarion students are. 





All Photos by Pat McDevitt 



STUDENT LIFE 47 



iNG GEESE! 




Stands for Returning Adult and Commuting Students. They 
cAe only organization on Campus that represents the commuting 
.students many of whom are adults that drive here everyday in all kind 
of weather. The eight year old organization has approximately 150 
members and is hosting the 1994 Adult Learners on Campus Consor- 
tium in October. It is a valuable conference for the Adult Learner and 
several universities from the U.S. will he here at Clarion. RACS spon^ 
sors Random Acts of Kindness 
days and a mentoring program. 
Their members are out in the com- 
munity making a difference. 

Their new theme is Flying Geese. 
Geese fly in a V pattern and the 
flapping of the wings in unison 
encourage their leader, and 
when he tires he drops 
back and a new 
leader takes 
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All Photos by Lisa McCartney 



STUDENT LIFE 49 



«- E SEX - JUST DO IT! 

V - che uprising of AIDS, students of Clarion University need to get 
Together and remind each other to use safe sex. College students are th 
most sexually active group of people in todays society. With Condoms 
and other contraceptives available people should be responsible and tr 
to keep themselves and their partners healthy and safe. 





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STUDENT LIFE 51 



'* iING and SHARING! 

We bet you didn't know how generous the student body at C.U. is. Ir 
„ past year over 800 students agreed to give up a meal at the cafeteria 
so $800 could be used to buy food for the Clarion County Food Bank. 
About 40 families benefited from these student's sacrifice. The United 
Campus Ministry gave needy children costumed bears, Psi Chi held a 
Coat drive for Pittsburgh Area Youth, and Dr. Reinhard even chipped h 
with contributions to Venango/Clarion Children and Youth Services. 
So think HIGHLY of your fellow 
students here at C.U. These pro- 
grams help to make the commu- 
nity and university close-knit. 
Several organizations working to- 
gether helped make the Donate a 
Meal program as well as other ac- 
tivities possible and hopefully 
they'll keep up the good 
work in the future. 




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STUDENT LIFE 53 



T i on OUR OWN ! 

V . Lxie exception of commuting students, all freshman must live on 
.pus in the dorms. This arrangement has its good and bad points. 
j)ome bad point are the late night fire drills and the idea of sharing a 
bathroom with the rest of the wing. But the best point of the arrange- 
ment is the close friendships that develop. 

Many students decide after their freshman year, to move off campus. 
Some move to apartments, some to trailers, and some to sorority or 
fraternity houses. Living off cam- 
pus has its bad points too, like the 
long walks too class; and if you 
drive there is the endless search for 
a parking space that often ends 
with a pink ticket under the wind- 
shield wiper. Then there is the 
idea of cooking on your own and 
doing the dishes, but most 
students agree that 
living off campus 
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... WHAT? 



hvei y ^ne has their own unique ways of studying as well as places 
vl students study in their apartments or dorm rooms, while others 
prefer the library because it is quiet. Also most people prefer to study 
alone, unless they are working on a group project. Many like to work 
late at night, while others prefer to study in the morning; while still 
other study whenever they find time. 

Computer labs play a big role for many students, when it comes to ^ 

getting work done. One of the big- ^^^^^ 

gest complaints with the computer 
labs is that it is very difficult to 
find an available computer during 
finals week. However, most stu- 
dents agree that there are enough 
computers on campus the rest of 
the semester. Studying is just one 
of those things that has to be 
done from time to time, 
no matter how or 
where students 
prefer to 
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Lisa McCartney 



STUDENT LIFE 57 



r at the MOVIES! 

When there is nothing else to do in this small town, many students 
ad for the theaters in town, or one of the three video rental places in 
town. 

The Garby and the Orpheum theaters can provide a couple hours of 
entertainment. In the last year measures have been taken to improve 
the appearance of these two theaters to make them more inviting. 

On the other hand, for those who choose to watch the latest release 
in the comfort of your own apart- 
ment or dorm rooms, you can rent 
videos. Wilkinsons, The Video 
Place, and Clarion Video are all 
popular places with C.U.P. stu- 
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STUDENT LIFE 59 



r iSHINE..What*s That? 

The weather in Clarion has always left much to be desired; however i 
.ms this year has been especially bad. C.U. students (and mainte- ^ 

nance) have had to battle an uncontrollable number of blizzards this I 

year. Getting to class proved to be a real trek as people slid from one ' 

end of campus to another. 
Just when we thought it couldn't snow anymore, it began to rain, and 

rain, and rain. Will we ever see a clear sunny sky and a really warm 

day ever again? 







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STUDENT LIFE 61 



You WELL? 



Clarion University hosted the fourth annual "Wellness Fair" on Thurs^ 
, April 14. The purpose of the fair was to allow C.U. students and 
ine whole community to explore the seven aspects of wellness, includ- 
ing; physical, social, emotional, intellectual, occupational, spiritual, anc 
environmental. 

Various sessions were offered on specific topics, for example, "Humor 
as Healing" and "Acupuncture." There were approximately forty-five 
vendors represented from area 
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MIE to MY TUMMY! 




ihey say you're supposed to eat to live, not live to eat, but you 
have to admit everyone loves food. At Clarion you have a multi- 
tude of choices. If you live on campus, you're stuck with the cafe, or 
you can check out the snack bar. Lunch time finds restaurants 
within walking distance packed with students and professors trying 
to escape from campus for a few precious moments. Pizza is al- 
ways a favorite alternative of stu- 
dents and at Clarion you can take 
your pick from many places such 
as. Domino's, Four Star, Fox's, the 
Pub, and others. Lot's of people 
check out the Call for discount's 
and coupons. Remember, Tues 
and Thurs. nights are 39 cent 
cheeseburger nights at 
McDonald's, and 
Wed. is 25 cent 
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STUDENT LIFE 65 



SY TURVT! 



xarch 11, Clarion University presented the "Chinese Golden 
agon Acrobats." The event was sponsored by UAB and was open to 
the public, as well as students. The show included such stunts as pyras 
mids, balancing acts on saw horses or chairs, and walls made of people 
as well as stylized dancing. 

An Acrobat is a skilled actor, athlete, and artist who has had many 
years of formal training, which begins at the age of four. The acro- 
bats are recruited from advertise- 
ments in a Taipei newspaper. 

The Republic of Taipei Govern- 
ment awarded the Chinese Acro- 
bats the single highest honor for 
performers by sponsoring their 
1989 tour of Bao Dao (Beautiful 
Island) throughout a 20 week 
tour of the U.S. and 
Canada. 





All Photos by Lisa McCartney 



STUDENT LIFE 67 



r TIME YET? 



. snow, snow, snow many Clarion University students migrated 
ath or anywhere but SNOW CITY U.S.A. (Clarion) for spring break. 
Some went to New Orleans to visit the Creole Kitchen on Bourbon 
Street, while others went to the Grandfather Mountains in North Caro- 
lina. Then there is the common spring breaks to Fort Lauderdale, 
Daytona, Panama City, and Cancun. However many chose just to go 
home for Mom's home cooking and free laundry service. No matter 
where you were, all enjoyed a few 
days off from classes, tests, and 
meetings just to relax. 





Lisa McCartney 



STUDENT LIFE 69 



AT LIFE! 



. Jniversity Activities Board plans many activities throughout eac 
v:;mester. These activities cover a wide range of topics and interests 
that appeal to most students and faculty, as well as to the public on oc- 
casion. 

Throughout the 1993-94 school year many activities were planned. 
There were Jazz band concerts, as well as other concerts by various art! 
ists. There was even a hypnotist who performed his trade on volun- 
teers from the audience. 

It seems that there is always 
something new and interesting to 
go see! 



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STUDENT LIFE 71 



EN DAY! 



xi Day was celebrated on April 23rd this year. It is a day set aside 
X the acknowledgment of the importance of preserving the Earth. 
This is the fourth annual Earth Day held by Clarion University. The 

Earth Day Jam was sponsored by area restaurants and WCCB radio. 

For the first time the weather was nice enough to hold the concert out- 
side on the outdoor stage beside Gemmell. 
Awareness of the environment is important and has become recog-^ 

nized much over the last few years. 

Evidence for this is seen with all of 

the recycling bins placed over the 

campus. 




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.lost dreaded week of the semester for many students is finals 
dk. Stress levels go into overload as students prepare for tests and 
try to get assignments and papers turned in. Preparing for the tests 
takes many all-nighters, because many of the notes haven't been read 
since the first week of the semester. And getting papers and assign- 
ments done can prove difficult if you need to use a computer. Most sti^ 
dents agree that finals week is the busiest time in the computer labs, 
and if you're lucky you won't have 
to wait long to use one. Fortu- 
nately there are encouraging phone 
calls from home, care packages, 
good friends, pizza delivery ser- 
vices, and coffee to get us through. 





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.aation Day, the day that our parents have been waiting for since 
„ day we were born. It is also the day we greet with a mixture of 
emotions. On this day we must say good-bye to our care free days of 
college life and hello to our future. A future we approach with enthusi 
asm, happiness, and just a little fear. 

Whether we want to pursue careers in Teaching, Journalism, Biology, | 
Music, Business, or Computers, Clarion sends us off to our future 
with the tools we need to make it 
fruitful and happy. We just need to 
use those tools to build the bridge 
to our dreams. 





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^•ar many students apply to become one of the elite. This elite group of students summit appl' 
_. that inquire about grades, activities, leadership, and volunteer activites. Once the 

_ommandations and applications are reviewed, the students are notified if they made it into the gran 
group of Who's Who at Colleges and Universities. The following are the Clarion students who recievec' 
this great honor. 

Row 1: Mike Jewart, Carol Bernat, Darlene Hartman, Ron McCloskey, Rob Reda, Michael Meals. Ro' 
2: Karen Orgitano, Caf Porter, Rebecca Shirey, Richael Barger, Colleen Miller, Janice Berg, Michele 
Boreman, Kari Larson, Cheryl Brosious, Melinda Griffith, Lisa McCartney, April Miller. Row 3: Trace} 
Trautman, Maria Pavelek, Heather McMatton, Melissa Gregory, Julie Bender, Cristy Holmes, Jeanette u 
Woodcock, Lisa Swarm, Desiree Wassam, Kelly Haugh. Row 4: Julie Quattro, Lynn Baluh, Debra 
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This story begins with the opening 
aches and pains of the first days of 
practice. 



As time passes, your aches and 
pains fade while the flame of 
ambition burns brighter with 
each passing day. 



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season and all that remains is the 
memories . . . until next season! 




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Go to any home foot- 
ball game and you're 
bound to be swept away 
by the music and danc- 
ing of Clarion's Dance 
Team. Many fans appre- 
ciate the selection of up- 
beat songs and sharp 
dance skills. The women 
who dedicate their time 
and talents to the dance 
team can always be seen 
around campus with a 
smile and some school 
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Row 1: Jodi Medvitz (co-captain), Dana Ed (captain), Andrea Desiderio (co-captain). Row 2: Lisa Kubik, Jennifer Janoss, 
LaSean Henderson, Delita Greco, Angela Caspar, Tracy D'Ambrosio, Kirisa Thork. Row 3: Patti Consolo, Joelle Banjak, 
leanna Hodges, Christine Burdette, Desiree Wassam, Candice Bostick, LaDonna Morton, Kristy Silko, Angie Link. 



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Most people do not consider 
cheerleading to be a sport. But, 
talk to Jamie Lohnson, Ryan 
Hitchman, or any other Clarion 
Cheerleader, and you'll find out 
that not only do the men and 
women put in 10-15 hours of 
practice a week, they also do 
aerobics or work out four days a 
w^eek. Not only do cheerleaders 
present an atmosphere of spirit 
throughout campus, but they also 
represent Clarion in many 
community events such as: a 
charity fundraiser with the golf 
team, a car wash, several high 
school cheering clinics, and you 
can even see a Clarion 
cheerleader in a People 
Magazine. They support the 
football, men and women's 
basketball, and wrestling teams. 
Their ultimate goal is to begin a 
PSAC Cheering Competion and 
to qualify for the National 
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FOOTBALL 



Clarion head football coach Gene 
Sobolewski starts into his eleventh 
season this fall with his Golden Eagles 
being ranked nineteenth in pre-season 
by College Football Preview. His 1993 
squad returns with 15 starters and 32 
lettermen. The top players for the 
Eagles should be Tim Brown, Marlon 
Worthy, Damon Mazoff, Frank 
Andrews, and Sean Spencer. The sea- 
son predictions did not look so high 
after the performances came out. 

The Golden Eagles finished with an 
overall record of 5-5 and with a PSAC 
West record of 3-3. Brown had an awe- 
some season. He broke the receiving 
record of Ron Urbansky. Brown also 
moved into fourth place for career 
receiving yards to bump Jim Becker. 
Tim Brown has a great chance of get- 
ting drafted. Good Luck. 

With the season concluding, head 
football coach. Gene Sobolewski re- 
tired after dedicating himself to 
eleven straight seasons with the 
Golden Eagles. Sobolewski plans to 
continue as an Associate Professor in 
the Department of health and Physical 
Education. Thank you for the great 
years! 

At the end of the season there was 
more bad news. The 1993 Clarion 
Golden Eagles Football Team was 
stripped of the PSAC West title. 
Throughout the season, a player that 
was ineligible played in games that he 
was not permitted to play. 




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This year's Lady Eagles Tennis Team 
was coached by Terri Acker for his fourth 
consecutive season. Acker knew at the 
season's start that this year would be a 
rebuilding one. The end results of this 
team overall were 4-6 and in the Confer- 
ence they were3-3. This year there were 
three returning veterans, and five first 
year players. The three returning play- 
ers w^ere siniors Shara Wolkomir, Roxann 
Milton, and sophomore Melodi Dess. The 
sinior co-captains were Wolkomir and 
Milton, Leadership was given by the 
three returning players to all members of 
the team. 

Wolkomir started for her furth year and 
has been the #1 seeded player for the past 
two years. "Shara is Technically the best 
hitter on the team and is in the best 
shape of her life," said Acker. "Mentally, 
she is one of the toughest individuals I've 
ever coached." 

Milton, the #2 seeded singles player for 
1993, one of the sinior co-captains is a 
three-year letter-winner. "Roxann is 
probably our most consistent player as 
well as being one of our better condi- 
tioned athletes," said Acker. 

The third returning member o;f this 
year's team was sophomore Melodi Dess. 
Dess moved up from the #5 amd #6 
podition of the year before to be the #3 
seed. "Melodi's pure athletic ability alone 
will keep her in matches," said Acker. 

This years tam was very young. The 
rest of the team members include: Sarah 
Unkefer, Kirsten McKinley, Morgan 
Mulvihill, Stephanie Pond, and Kim 
Turowski. Acker said, "We are looking 
bT-i^ht things in the future with our 
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The definition of a young team 
is a rebuilding team. That's ex- 
actly what head coach Sue 
Flaherty and the Golden Eagles 
dealt with in their 1992 season. 
With the loss of All-Region per- 
formers from last season, juniors 
Megan Kelly and Gerri Condo 
provided leadership and confi- 
dence to the many inexperienced 
freshman. Both Kelly and Condo 
had to play versatile roles while 
the teams season was riddled 
with injuries and illnesses. Many 
of the freshman, such as Katie 
Rhodes, Lisa Flynn, Nicole 
Flambard, Beth Tress, and Dawn 
Fredericks, had to step up to fill 
positions with as much ability 
and improvement as possible. 
Even though the middle and out- 
side hitters like Jen Betters, 
Bobbie Simpson, and Nicole 
Flambard racked up the points. 
The Golden Eagles fought to a 6- 
23 record. Simpson, a sophmore 
has a bright outlook for next sea- 
son. The team has already 
started conditioning and should 
be in contention for titles next 
season. 




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ow 1: Melissa Brooks, Gerri Condo, Kelly Kolarich, Anita Pusztay, Bobbie Simpson, Nicole Flambard, Jennifer Betters. Ro'w 2: 
3st. Coach Jodi Pezek Burns, Beth Tress, Lisa Flynn, Michelle Graham, Dawn Frederick, Meghan Kelly, Kathleen Rhodes, Head 
)ach Sue Flaherty. 




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The 1993 men and women's 
cross country were led once again 
by four year coach Ron Wiser. 
This year's team endured a gruel- 
ing eight meet schedule. Coach 
Wiser was impressed with both 
the effort and competition of this 
years squad as they competed in 
one of the toughest Division II 
conferences, the PSAC'S. The 
women's team was led by senior 
captain Magan Stecklair and se- 
nior Lisa Griffo. This year's team 
proved to be competitive week in 
and week out as they placed four 
out of seven teams at the Califor- 
nia Invitational and third at 
CMU. The teams real strength 
this season was the strength of 
their pack and team unity. The 
women will have four girls re- 
turning for next season since 
they will lose the four girls who 
are graduating. The men were 
paced by senior Russ Breindel 
and junior chad Griggs. This 
year's team of young runners, 
including four freshmen, got 
stronger from week to week. 

The men had their best showing 
at the Mt. Union International, 
placing eighth out of eveven 
teams. The men will be looking 
to be soaring higher next season 
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Q Gleason, Lisa Benlock, Jen Dansberger, Megan Stecklair (women's captain). Row 3: Ron Wiser (coach), Russ 
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Clarion says goodbye to 
star senior Kwame Morton 
who holds 21 CUP records, 
PSAC records, and led 
NCAA divisions with 32.5 
ppg and Division II in 
three point field goals. 
Other senior standouts are: 
Steve Branch, who ranks 
12th in career rebounds at 
Clarion; Brian Paige, who 
finished his career at the 
foul line with an amazing 
86.2%; Ian Whyte, who led 
the team with 44 blocked 
shots. 

Other season highlights 
include coach. Dr. Ron 
Righter, being elected as 
Assistant Coach for the 
East Team in the 1994 
United States Olympic Fes- 
tival. Righter has brought 
success to Clarion since he 
stepped foot in Tippen in 
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V 1: Kwame Morton, Steve Young, Steve Branch, Ian Whyte, Chris Boone, Brian Paige. Row 2: Tim Nyquist, Oronn Brown, 
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Clarion Lady Eagles had, yet, 
another season thanks to hard 
work and great coaching. In five 
years, Gie Parsons has won four 
PSAC-West Titles, three PSAC 
crowns, and this year is her 
fourth trip to the NCAA Division 
II Tournament. Clarion traveled 
all the way to North Dakota to 
compete in the Elite Eight round 
of the National Tournament. 
Some of the titles the women 
have captured are Clarion Clas- 
sic, PSAC-West, PSAC, and East- 
ern Regionals. The team fondly 
says goodbye to seniors Shannon 
Coakley and Amy Coon, who ap- 
peared on ESPN in the National 
Three Point and Dunk Contest. 
Carlita Jones received "Player of 
the Year" at Clarion's Hall of 
Fame Banquet. We would like to 
extend our congratulations to 
the Lady Eagles on an outstand- 
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This year's swim team was 
centered around solid junior 
and sophomore classes with 
added depth from returning 
veterans. In a season that can 
be viewed as a rebuilding year, 
the men finished third in the 
PSAC's with the women's team 
capturing another first place 
title. The men's team was led 
by captains Pete Barry, Rob 
Redo, and Chad Rimsky fin- 
ished the season w^ith a 6-2 dual 
meet record. The ladies team 
led by captains Justine Gib- 
bons, Kendra Raymond, and 
Kim Strawbridge finished with 
a dual meet record of 7-1. 

The women's team finished a 
strong third at NCAA Division 
II Nationals with the men's 
team finishing in seventh 
place. "The third place finish 
ended another strong season. 
It was truly a team effort all 
season long. I'm really proud 
of their efforts and we're look- 
ing forward to next season," 
stated the sixteenth year head 
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TRACK 



The CUP track team was 
under the direction of fourth 
year head coach Ron Wiser. 
The team competed in seven 
meets overall, three indoor 
meets, and four outdoor 
meets. 

The indoor meets included 
two trips to Robert Morris 
and a trip to Slippery Rock. 
The outdoor season included 
two home meets, a trip to 
Baldwin-Wallace, and a meet 
during winter break at Jack- 
sonville, Florida. 

The strength of this year's 
team was found in its youth 
and growing numbers. Se- 
niors competing in their last 
semester at CUP were Kevin 
Harper, Jen Dansberger, and 
Megan Steckler. These se- 
niors added leadership, 
depth, and talent to the CUP 
squad and w^ill be missed. 
With a growing number of 
members and abundant tal- 
ent the Eagles are ready to 
fly Into the future. 




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This year, the Clarion 
Wrestling team finished the 
season as the sixth rated 
team in Division I. Clarion 
was also named the top 
NCAA Division I dual meet 
team in the East by the 
Eastern Mat Poll. This is 
their sixth national ranking 
to end the season. 

Clarion's dual meet record 
was 15-2. The wrestlers won 
the PSAC team title with a 
record 174 points, then won 
the Eastern Wrestling 
League team title. 

This year Clarion sent six 
wrestlers to NCAA to Divi- 
sion I Nationals. Represent- 
ing the Eagles were Sheldon 
Thomas 118, Bob Crawford 
126, J.J. Stanbro 167, Dan 
Payne 177, Bryan Stout 190, 
and Rob Sintobin Hwt. At 
Nationals, Brian Stout fin- 
ished eighth, and Rob 
Sintobin finished fourth. 





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V 1: Chris Bugosh, Bob Crawford, Jason Clark, Tom Tomeo. Row 2: Jamie Daughtery, Doug Wivell, Matt Pernesky, Nate 
egrini, Charley Carbaugh, Roger King. Row 3: Brad Slagle, Josh McDuff, Jody Clark, Dan Cole, Sheldon Thomas, Kyle Wolfe, 
s Grays, Damon Brown. Row 4: Joel Gilbert, Paul Antonio, Dan Payne, Rob Sintobin, Shawn Armbrust, J.J. Stanbro, Bryan 
it, Chris Shaw. 




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"Eye of the Tiger," was the quote used by 
freshman Julie Catalano before every game 
of the 1994 Golden Eagles Softball games. 
Jodi Pezek-Burns was in her second year as 
Head Coach of the Clarion Softball Team. 
Coach Pezek-Burns had high hopes when 
they traveled down to Cocoa, Florida for 
spring training, but came home with a los- 
ing record. Still Coach Pezek-Burns never 
gave up. 

The team was young this year with five 
starting freshman out in the field. Both of 
the pitchers, Sonya Haffer and Missy 
Brown, were freshman. With their power 
and speed, we would definitely win some 
games during the season. Behind the plate 
was freshman Rose Wilson. On third base 
was freshman Tracie Mathis, and out in 
center field was Julie Catalano. Melodi 
Dess also came in and started at short stop 
for her first year of fastpitch softball. 

Along with the young players there were a 
few veterans also. Sarah Pitney, a junior 
and team captain, started at second base. 
Pitney is the oldest on the team, and has 
lettered three years for the Golden Eagles. 
Leslie Schattauer started at first base and 
was known for her pow^erful bat. Out in the 
outfield were Danene Brown and Mary Beth 
Kasenchak to cover the left and right out- 
field positions. 

Clarion's overall record was 7-26 and 3-7 
in conference play. The team has definitely 
improved from a 0-10 conference record 
from last year. The team still has room to 
improve, and next year they are going all 
the way! Great season ladies! See ya next 
year! 



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The 1994 Golden Eagles Baseball 
Team, had a lot of returning players 
this year along with a lot of upcoming 
freshman. There are six seniors, eight 
juniors, six sophomores, and sixteen 
freshman on the 1994 squad. 

In the starting pitching rotation there 
is Mark Spohn, Jason Rafalski, Bob 
Hooks, Billy Cook, and Ryan Bauer. In 
the bullpen there are Jason Knight, 
Scott Feldman, Ryan Saul, and Mark 
Johnson. Starting in the infield at first 
base is Pat Berzonski, second base is 
John Quailhlero, third base was Kurt 
Pannier, and at shortstop was Dave 
Skovera. Skovera injured his knee and 
was unable to play for the rest of the 
season. Last year, Skovera was an Ail- 
American and rumors were started that 
he might go pro. To come and take his 
place though was freshman Phil 
Pegher. Starting in left field was Chad 
McCombs, center field was Scott Weir, 
and in right field was Marc Keller. 

This year, the team was 5-15 in the 
conference and 11-23 overall. All the 
games were a killer but the guys pulled 
through everything. 

The highlight though was the last 
game of the season when three players 
got thrown out. These players include 
Pat Berzonski, Bill Bates, and Mark 
Johnson. A fight had broken out, words 
were exchanged and fists were thrown. 
Good job this season, and come back 
fighting next year! 



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This story begins with a lot of 
creativity and talent waiting to be 
refined. 



As time passes, hard work, 
patience, practice, and instruction 
begin to gently and steadily 
smooth away the rough edges. 



Finally, as a senior your talent and 
creativity have been refined into a 
finished product to proudly share. 



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Now granted, Clarion is a long way 
from the New York School of the 
Performing Arts, but not that far 
when you measure the amount of 
talent showcased each year by the 
students and faculty of Clarion U. 



There is a phrase that states that 
everyone has fifteen minutes of 
FAME. The singers, dancers and 
actors were determined to make 
their time in the spotlight last as 
long and be as great as possible. Let 
the next thirty pages be proof that 
good things come in small pack- 
ages. Hopefully, if I don't see you 
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Bernard Johnson is a "printmaker with 
a background in graffiti." He uses 
monoprints, collographs, and litho- 
graphs to express his "subconscious." 
"Expression is what I flow by. My 
work is about where I am and where I 
come from." 




"My artwork has been my soulmate, 
so many times I have ventured into a 
piece and been engulfed by the deep- 
ness of that piece. My mind is a 
factory, and my hands are yelling to 
release the hype product that is housed 
within. All these things help me to 
recreate my world, and my reality for 
all to see." 




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To honor the 25 year anniversary of 
the Broadway performance of "Hair", 
the theatre department brought the 
"Age of Aquarius" to CUP. Marilouise 
Michel, who directed the production, 
stated "many of her students in the 
muhi-racial cast were apprehensive but 
then enjoyed it vey much." 




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The story was about the drawing of 
the "Age of Aquarius" as seen 
through the wild and crazy eyes of 
the hippie movement in New York 
City. Part nostalgia and part his- 
tory, the play expressed the aura 
and the story of the summer of love, 
the summer of 1969. 




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The Percussion Ensemble is a special- 
ized organization that provides an op- 
portunity to study and perform mod- 
ern chamber compositions for the vari- 
ous percussion instruments. During 
the course of a public performance, as 
many as 30-40 distinctly different per- 
cussion instruments may be utilized. 





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The members of the ensemble are 
primarily music majors who have 
chosen percussion as their primary 
performance instrument. However, 
students in other academic disci- 
plines who possess a strong back- 
ground in percussion can audition 
for membership. 




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"Creating is a way of being. We are all 
in the act of creating, in the essence of 
living. Acknowledging and allowing 
creativity to happen is not a matter of 
question for me. Whether I paint ab- 
stractions, sew tipis, weave baskets, 
or throw together a stir-fry from left- 
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creative process. How sucessful 
one is in that process may mean 
repeating attempts, perservering, 
accepting failures, and continuing 
on welcoming the quircks and 
changes. Being an artist is may way 
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A.R. Gurney's "Love Letters" opened 
CUP'S 1993 Theatre Season. "Love 
Leters" was performed as Traditional 
Readers Theatre in the Heart Chapel 
by MarionRussell as Melissa Gardner 
and Michael Martin as Andy 
Makepace Ladd, III. 




"Love Letters" was chosen to be 
performed as Readers Theatre by 
the director, Dr. Mary Hardwick 
who stated "It is important for me to 
do a readers Theatre... I wanted this 
production in the chapel because it 
is an intimate play and the chapel 
lends itself to intimacey." 




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"Love Letters" is a story of two people and the growth of their relationship. 
During their complicated lives Andy and Melissa corresponded through grade 
school, birthday parties, college football games, and law school. Marriages, 
divorces, and alcohol were also part of their lifes. Andrew and Melissa shared 
possibly the strongest of all loves to exist in the eternal hearts of those who 
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Hail! The King and Queen have en- 
tered the room. The room itself is quit 
magnificient looking at this time of the 
year (especially for those students who 
are craving good home cooking.) A 
feast is set before you, the atmosphere 
is that of medevil times, and the royal 
court is eating in front of you. 




This is a night of food and music the 
week before fall finals. The stu- 
dents are a chosen few who enjoy 
sing the works of various centuries 
and performing for the students as 
well as the community. This year's 
king and queen were Robert Colbert 
and Kathi Shaffer. 




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"When You Comin' Back Red Ryder" 
concluded the 1993-94 theatre sea- 
son. The director, Dr. Avi Seaver, 
stated, "This is one of Medoff s ear- 
lier works." Medoff also authored 
the Tony Award winning "Children 
of a Lesser God." 




The setting was a diner in New Mexico 
and is a conventional story of people 
facing a hostage situation once they 
are taken prisoner by a Vietnam vet- 
eran. The cast members included Dan 
Brady, Christine Arnold, Michael 
Moats, Amy Beth Fort, John Rickard, 
Scott Webster, Matt Niemla, and Holly 
Sena. 




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Every semester is filled with the beau- 
tiful sounds of music. One of the 
many fantastic performances that take 
place is faculty recitals. Various fac- 
ulty throughout the music department 
practice to perform for one night in a 
semester. 




In some recitals, the faculty member 
is assisted by students, friend, or other 
faculty member. There are also times 
when two faculty members will com- 
bine their talents for one performance. 
This effort involves both Clarion and 
Venango campuses, eventhough the 
shows are held in Marwick-Boyd au- 
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First position, second position, third 
position, plie or since this applies to 
the annual December Dance Concert 
how about leaps and bounds! Under 
the direction or Marilouise Michel 
as director/choreographer, auditions 
were held for students to gain a spot 
in any of the 21 dances performed. 




Personally choreographed group & 
solo student routines also had a 
chance to make the stage through 
selective November auditions. Due 
to the fancy footwork of the dancers 
moving & grooving to the distinct 
theatre oriented dance style in "A 
Step in Time" the audience stayed 
on their toes. 



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This story begins with a gathering 
of strangers planning for the 
coming year. 



As time passes, additional 
responsibilities are taken on 
within the organization, but time 
is still found for the fun and 
games as well. 



Finally, the feeling of "all for one, 
one for all" prevails as you say 
goodbye to your "family". 



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Row 1: James Luorsson, Shawn Taylor, Mike Stak. Row 2: Paul McGranor, Rick Straub, Morty 
Yuccan, Pete Talento, Scott Moneta, Chris Kozub, Eric West, John Postlewait. 



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Row 1: Brad Olenic, Jason Murphy, Mike Ramandanes, Joe Keenan, Marcie Goss, Joe Rotondo, David Kipe, 
Sammy Rocco, Charles Pecora. Row 2: Pete Talento, Kevin Killian, Travis Sheffler, David Nathan, Chris 
Hawks, Aaron Kaler, Shawn Hammerschmit, Scott Tanner, Joe Rocco, Jaime Krugger, Todd Marcinik. Row 
Shawn Hoke, James Desmet, Joe Krill, Kurt Pannier, Stanley Carr, Daniel Hrivnak, John Homick, Lachlan Or 
Jim Trolta, John Paul DeChellis, Matt Fearing, Larry Henry, Dave McCarter. 



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Row 1: Eric West, James Gangwish, Scott Campbell, Mike Pellegrino, Andrew Wilburn, Todd Green, 
Rob Hardy. Row 2: Gary Williams, Jarrett Bolton, Mike Gerkin, Pete O'Rourke, Robert Carruthers, 
Joseph Baker, Jason Dunn, Todd Shannon, Mark Scopel. Row 3: Ken Servey, Richard Winslow, Roger 
Corell, Chris Kozeb, Christopher Weidner, Chris Williams, Joe Maffeo, Jason Weber. 




Davor Photo 



Row 1: Rick Straub, Scott Delugl, Mike Donahue, Chad Briggs, Brian Mastropietro, Mike Rush, Tom 
Geyer. Row 2: Nathan Flanagan, Mark T. Smith, John Pulver, Dana Mastropietro, Jay Campbell, Fred 
Haberberger, Brian Thomas, Chad Pavlekovich. Row 3: Brian Manning, Bradd Saltzgiver, John 
Oleksak, Jeff Sayers, Bob Drost, Scott Manbeck, David E. Sceppe, Vince Imbrogno. 



GROUPS & GREEKS 147 




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Row 1: Jim O' Connor, Chris Reinbold, Myke Ferraro, Jason Wambold, Chuck Via. Row 2: John 
Megats, Chad Delattre, Eric Goodman, Josh Guerke. Row 3: Brett Fulton, Alan Sarazen, Ralph 
Kaney, Ethan Engdahl. 



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Row 1: Patrick Cogan, Steve Koles, Eric Pascucci, Dave Stepeck, Mark Johnson, Mike Slacktish. 
Row 2: Jim Collins, Willie Arcuri, Louis Gregori, Thomas Loughran, Smiley, Esquire, Adam 
Landis, Joe Kapp, Brad Weaver. 



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Davor Photo 



Row 1: Tim Sohyda, Chris Kiker, Mark Muto, Pat Graagzyk, Carl Nesbitt, Keith O'Connor, Chester Fletcher, Mike Ruane. 
Row 2: John Morgan, Mario Giacchino, Scott Feldman, Patrick Cihonski, Matt Mattinec, T.R. Barritt, Ed Rogers, Craig 
Heim, Shannon Long, Dave Seelon, Peter B. Nice. Row 3: Scott Schmader, Kevin Yarnevich, Rich White, Chris Watson, 
Chad Hepler, Ernie Wright, John Martinec, Eric Boyd, Jim Still. Row 4: Jim Slater, Tommy Vinglas, Graig Bansek, Mike 
Chetsko, Brian Thomas, Brad Brenneman, Bob Fedrizzi, David McAllister. 



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Tweeter, Opie, Gumby, March, Shaft. Row 2: Macarroni, Grerida, Sly, Little B, Cookieface. 
Nugent, Kermit, Ralf, Smiley, Woody, Corky. 



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Row 1: Michelle Handa, Kathryn Hartley, Melisa Klody, Chrissy Komoroski, Joey Marquis, Robyn 
Kline, Lori Nelson, Marie Kosanovich, Kristen Brown. Row 2: Chrissy Granger, Michelle Timko, Julia 
Dornenburg, Carrie Lengauer, Mark Proper, Terri Dodson, Carolyn Boarts, Kimberly Ebner, Lisa 
Massie, Amy Banner. Row 3: Margaret Collarin, Jennifer Nock, Tonya Piper, SHOE-STA, Rochelle 
Landowski, Jennifer Milius, Kelley Holtsman. 







Davor \'\ 
Row 1: Nikki Orner, Georgia Cypher, Sherry Blazek, Jennifer Smith. Row 2: Heidi Servette, Karen Schali, Jennifer Alger 
Lisa Malinky, Silvia Barbosa, Heidi Kessler, Angie Pegg, Gretchen Polny, Marci Thellman. Row 3: Colleen Brennan, Jon 
Pilarski, Sheila Fitzgerald, Jennifer Frey, Jen Triplett, Chris LaFuria, Michelle Sastokas, Kristie Haas, Missi Fox, Jodi 
Rhodes, Robbin Wonderling, Chrissy Votedian. Row 4: Merrilyn Murnyack, Amy Schaub, Kellie Card, Richael Barger, 
Missv Dolmovich, Leslie Metcalfe, Heather Naibel, Christina Coccaro, Amy Martz. Row 5: Christie Schu, Jenn Smakos/, 
' Laurel Haley, Stephanie Schulz, Sherri Brentzel, Gretchen Sarver, Kristen Duncan, Whendy Gahring. 

15U GROUPS & GREEKS 




Davor Photo 

Row 1: Julie Harman, Cristine Holt, Kristie Marmo, Kerry Leonard, Vanessa Hartman, Rebecca Kelley. 
Row 2: Laurie Marmo, Cheryl Connor, Cathie Flaherty, Christine Bracken, Janette Pewetta, Jennifer 
Dymond, Angela Caspar, Heather Rasmussen. Row 3: Kelly Johnston, Wendy Spicuzza, Kristin 
Mosley, Dawn Davidovich, Jodi Hart, Elizabeth Chambers, Keary Joyce, Amy Bowser, Sarah Steidel, 
Christine Bock, Charlotte Kunzler. 




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Row 1: Lisa Harris, Erin Painter, Jennifer Holko, Tina Plankenhorn, Kristen Krajniak, Jennifer Baughman, Kristi Doan, 
Lee Ann Schultz. Row 2: Betsy Wyllie, Brigitte Josefczyk, Kim Widmar, Kristie Bergey, Candi Cramer, Mike Slacktish, 
Colleen McCarthy, Adrienne DiPasquale, Sarah Cunningham, Colleen Callen. Row 3: Emily Carney, Yolanda Stiles, 
Michele Piccirillo, Amy Koshute, Kristi Fabian, Ann Damico, Jarquie Widmar, Carolyn Evans, Megan Swearer, Jeanine 
Fox, Heather Chiaardas, Christine Adair, Sandy Sell, Amy Maracci, Stacy Myers, Jeanette Woodcock, Amy Mennen, Amy 
DeMarco, Jenny Gwitt, Kim Tobias. 



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Row 1: Carey Fahy, Tracy Orr, Tracy Bertges, Amy Martz, Jeanna Hodges, Sherri BrentzeL Row 2: 
Maria Brandon, Chrissy Komoroski, Carrie Lengauer, Liz Hagenbuch, Carrie VanVerth, Dana Machen. 
Row 3: Elizabeth Hughes, Beth Mackin, Carolyn Boarts, Marie Kosanovich, Angela Saylor, Jennifer 
Fiechuk, Kristin Mosley, Tina Plankenorn, Sara Cottone. 



!52 GROUPS & GREEKS 



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Davor Photo 
Row 1: Amy Smith, Karen Krzyzanowski, Angie Link, Susan Knepshield, Kelly Beatty, Paula Eakin. Row 2: Michelle Scott, Gwen 
Buckley, Lisa Marvin, Katharine Herring, Angela Balistrere, Susan Hoffman, Holly Beidl, Melanie Berg, Judy Moore, Melanie 
Hatzelman, Susan Chlumsky. Row 3: Amy Donahue, Stephanie Wright, Desiree Wassam, Laurie Rohrbach, Tonya Schmidt, Dana Ed, 
Kimberly Dampf, Beth Eaton, Dana Machen. Row 4: Kristie Ritter, Stella Gary, Kristin Bryant, Katrina Helmick, Dan Swanson, Jeanna 
Hodges, Judy Schall, Liz Hagenbuch, Marsha Mitchell, Deanna Maretti. Row 5: Tammie Snyder, Jeanne McCaul, Holly Brison, Deb 
Zettner, Colleen Standifur, Stephanie Bellucci, Kristen Warner, Laura Stufft, Jen Simonsen, Stephanie Dewire, Nicky Haberberger, 
Maria Tassone, Andrea Straw, Jennifer Karen, Kelly Dodson, Melissa Weltv. 



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Row 1: Jessika Malek, Jennifer Allen, Jennifer Bromley, Sharon Miara, Shelly Eisenman, Lisa Pfeifer, 
Jenn Pomaybo, Heather Owens, Jody Bender. Row 2: Kathy Grille, Tricia Egry, Carey Fahy, Angie 
Bressler, Misty Silvis, Kim Goosley, Keely Keyser, Staci Servey, Andrea Dillen. Row 3: Kim Freeman, 
Beth Mackin, Carolyn Darn, Gina Pfeifer, Nikki Reed, Jennifer Esposito, Sarah Straney, Pam Kensinger. 



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Row 1: Renee Baum, Megan Casey, Angel Spencer, Robin Cepikoff, Carrie Wissinger, Melissa 
Fletcher, Lynn Yamber, Joy Mahinskeh, Keren Burns, Stacy Patterson, Krista Sweetland. Row 2: 
Mellony Marsh, Sandee Siford, Marcie Goss, Amy Stamm, Jerrri Best, Amy Gerkin, Jennifer Wilson, 
Dana Richards, Tracy Wolfe. Row 3: Frances Spadafora, Karrie Ebbert, Tracy Orr, Janine Kucinski, 
Joe Keenan, Heather Kaeselau, Sara Cottone, Tina Hicks, Rebecca Bruce. 




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Row 1: Analisa Ramirez, Darla Yannacci, Tracy Bertges, Jayna Hopkins, Chris Allio, Kim Walch, Terri Rizzo, Amy Kroe 
Christine Everhart. Row 2: Jennifer Heiles, Lynn Monteleone, Lori Conroy, Kirstin Schwan, Jennie Wise, Brenda Krlin, 
Kristen Zappa, Phaedra Crisman, Jen DiRito, Kimberly Kelly, Lori Denne, Sonya Hanzes, Andrea Toto, Stef Calli, Tamara 
Snyder. Row 3: Jen Vavrek, Jen Fiechuk, Angle Saylor, Joyce Thomas, M.J. Stromberg, Cindy White, Nicki Maniccia, 
Tracfv Kissling, Colleen Hiteshaw, Maria Scellini, Kerry Chunchick. Row 4: Katy Rhoads, Cherise Cipriani, Kim 
Kresicki, Amy Muzzey, Kelley Lobaugh, Lori Malazich, Tonya Kulp, Patti Consolo, Amanda D'Amore. 



154 GROUPS & GREEKS 



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Row 1: Amy Hartley, 
Stephanie Kissell, 
Kathy Aaner, Brandee 
Payne, Margaret 
Hertzelman, April 
Gallagher. Row 2: 
Tricia Firment, Kathy 
McCleary, Douglas 
Hoffman, Darci 
Bronder, Megan 
Stecklair, Katrina 
Helmick, Melody Gill, 
Karen Kearney. 



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Alpha Psi Omega 




Row 1: Hestia Snyder, 
Craig Lindahl, Ann 
Young, Matt Price, John 
Boris, Kristen Henry, Terri 
Steigelman. Row 2: Bob 
Emminger, Kerry 
Bernhardy, Pam Bedison, 
Uai Higley, Brittany 
Swinehart, Cathy Mink, 
Beth Hornberger, Gloria 
Knight, Mick Byrnes, 
Jason Davis, David Heath, 
Kelley Owens, Jim 
Ericsson. Row 3: Brian 
Leelthover, Tony Tersine, 
Bryan Valentine, Jat 
Smith, Corey Wright, Jim 
Weaver, Lynn Clark, Jessie 
Kern, Stacy Rongaus, 
Theresa Niles, Laura 
Briggs, Kelly Tomlinson, 
Michele Adams, Laura 
Banka, Brian Sneal. 



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Row 1: Tom Jeffries, 
Hilary Holmer. Row 2: 
Matt Nelson, Tanya 
Miller, Scott Ditullio, 
April Lindquist, Bob 
Colbert. Row 3: 
Shanan Jones, Jerry 
Winkleblech, Rachel 
Mowry, Michelle 
Kilbert, Jen Clark, Gail 
Rettger. Row4: Rob 
Best, Kim Conway, 
Michelle Searle, Dawn 
Cosney. Row 5: Craig 
Vecellio, Amy 
Briceland, Nicky 
Scafone, Sara Kopko, 
Natalie Tonini. Row 6: 
Chris Schell, Alex 
Bracey, Scott Sheehan, 
Jeremy Shirey, Chad 
Morten. 





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Row 1: Frank Smith, 
Greg Crissman, Shawn 
Hoehn. Row 2: Kelly 
Dodson, Bobbianne 
Stauffer, Melissa 
Gregory, Susan Kolbas, 
Gretchen McElhattan, 
April McCann, Robin 
Paine. 



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Row 1: Jamie Miller, 
Jen Michael. Row2: 
Melissa Schuer, 
Rhonda Wissinger, 
Daun Williamson. 
Row 3: Michele 
Rosian, Matthew 
Schuer, Joni Curran, 
Dan Shevock. 



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158 GROUPS & GREEKS 




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GROUPS & GREEKS 159 




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160 CROUPS & U KEEKS 




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Olympics: Zrr, 0X, IX 
Vofleyball: OZK, 0X, KAP 

Bowl; 0H, OA0, a)ZK 
Swim, ZX, KAP, OZK 

Sing; OZK, ZX, OA0 
Banner: <I)A0, KAP, 0E 

Sckoiar-sKip: zoz, zrr, 0h 

Overall; OZK, ZX, ZTF 



All photos by Brian Bazala 



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Run. ZTA, AZT, A<1>E 
Olympics. AOE, ZTA, AZ 
Volleybalh ZTA, AOE, SII 

Bowh A<I)E, 0OA, ZII 

Swim. ZTA, SSZ a,.d AZ 
Sing: AZA, AZ. OZS 

Banner'; ZTA, OIZ, AZA 

Scholar- skip: OZZ, AZT. AZA 
Overall: ZTA, AOE, OZZ 



All photos by Brian Bazala 



GROUPS & GREEKS 165 



Row 1: Carolyn Jacob, 
Brian Fiscus, Jason 
Eberhardt. Tracey Stange, 
Darla Gruda, Cindy 
O'Connor, Andrea Hawk, Dr. 
Charles Pineno. Row 2: 
Philip Peary, Rusty Price, 
Brian Manning, Amy 
Matheison, Brian Smith. 




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Jen Kuhns, Rebecca Davis, 
Emily Allio, Tonya Smith, 
Stan Stuart, Holly Brison, Gail 
Rettger. 



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Row 1: Dr. Maccaferri. 
Row 2: Debbi Angiolieriac, 
Brian Briscoe, Tracey 
Hornberger, Darcy Blair, 
Lynn Kuhn, Patricia Home. 
Row 3: Sharon Gingrich, 
Shaila Raval, Doug 
Ehrmantraut, Sandra Davis, 
Margaret Hendricks. Row 4: 
Kimberley Sharpe, 
Debra Stiles, Brad Long, Tim 
Hendricks. 



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Row 1: Amber Mantz, Scott 
Fyock. Row 2: Lisa 
McCartney, Jamie Pennis, Jody 
Newton, Benson Misula. Row 
3: Shawn Kelley, Christine 
Dee. Row 4: Janine Fox, Dr. 
Straffin, Mark Sandburg. 



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Row 1: Karen Callahan, Julie 
Wible, Julie Bender, Renee 
Fox. Row 2: Traci Schontz, 
Donna Pruss, Tammi Henry, 
Carrie Reddinger, Tammi 
Kearns, Brian McQuillan. 



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Amanda Saul, Jennifer Fried, 
Marcie Cattivera, Christie 
Schofield, Dr. Peter Dalby, 
Carin Miller, Dave Zdabinski, 
Matt Dittman, Tom Stuby. 



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Row 1: Kristey Trzcranka, 
Rhonda Winfel, Marcie 
Cattivera, Amanda Saul. Row 
2: Carin Miller, Christie 
Schofield, Dr. Larry Bering, 
Ted Morgens. Row 3: Tom 
Stuby, Dave Zdobinski, Carl 
Leonard. 




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Scott Sheehan, Jennifer 
Micheal, Brian Magee, 
Michelle Searle, Scott DiTullio, 
Michelle Rosian, Craig 
Vecellio, Dr. Farnham, Lisa 
Hummel. 




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168 GROL PS & GREEKS 




Row 1: Brigitte Josefczyk, Amy 
Gerkin , RayHenderson. 
Row 2: Nathan Kahl, John 
Martinec, Alan Vaughn, Lance 
Manion, Rodney Sherman. 



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Row 1: Ibradhim Hammad, 
Abdelaziz Abanmi, Fahad 
Abdulkareem, Emmanuel 
Onwudiwe, Nee-Nee Goh. Row 
2: Zhonghong Wang, Lin Hong, 
Oliver Hah, Sovhan Eryuksel, 
Michael Cashaw, Marilyn Tay- 
lor, Nadine Johnston, Julia Leo, 
Pollyanna To, Nazri Nizar. 



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Row 1: Rhonda Tingley, Krissy Gilbert, Kerry 
Bennett, Marion Russell, Gina Ciccone, Dimitrie 
Flanagn, Ed Knight, Christopher Waite, Pamela 
Palm, Victoria Morelli, Jennifer Michael, 
Michelle Kilbert, Lee Swink. Row 2: Carrie 
Reddinger, Vicki Brown, Laura Doverspike, 
Matthew Niemla, Keith Reed, Don Sfurges, Chris 
Schell, Derek Constable, Laurie Bowers, Debbie 
Adams, Jen Majors, Robyn Young, Amy Banner, 
Rachel Stealey, Bobbi Russell. Row 3: Dawn 
Schenk, Rachel Gemza, Shannan Jones, Marli 
Robb, Steve Hurley, J. A. Eustice, Patrick 
Kearney, Shane Knott, Roger Horn, Laura 
McCandless, Brandy Potts, Natasha Lazich, 
Milutin Lazich. Row 4: Monica Shaner, Jodi 
Black, Sharon walker, Erick Lane, Eric Vollmer, 
Scott Webster, Raymond McBride, Debbie 
Wilcook, Amy Green, Donna Fiscus, Patricia 
Vopal. 



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Marcinik, Dr. Donna Kahle, 
Mark Johnson, Glenn Ratner. 



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Row 1: Kerold Docteur, Dr. 
McCrary, Dr. Fortis, Melody 
Gill. Row 2: Katrina Helmick, 
Angela Porter, Kim Dampf, 
Desiree Wassam, Jen Laber. 




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Row 1: Dana Madison, Lynn 
Smith, Judy Bashline, Stephanie 
Thompson, Kristine Dee, Heidi 
Bower. Row 2: Lisa Swarm, 
Kale Fithian, Larry Bering, 
Richard Couch, Jeri Schulluck. 




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Row 1: Katie Zaikoski, Brandi 
Lyn Althoff, Gina Pfeifer, Brian 
Lee Hoover, Gloria McNellie. 
Row 2: Debbie Wilcock, Chris 
Kozub, Matt Skoczylas, Jay 
Campbell, Amy Green, Cara 
Stewart. Row 3: Jeff Rector, 
David Barrett, David Scappe, 
Doug Sheldon, Brad Saltzgiver. 



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Chris Hawks, Heather Myers, Dina Justi, 
Monika Skertik, David Acierno, Jessica Goble, 
Charity Haubrich, Katrina Root, Sandie King, 
Kerri McClain, Kevin Witherow, Julie Wible, 
Gina Ciccone, Holly Anthony, Amy Wright, 
Chelsea Frohlich, Erin Brown, Michelle Smith, 
Janey McCoy, Jen Guy, Krista, Stephanie Plank, 
Jen, Jamie Llejar, Terry Stoops, Geri Thomas, 
Denise Kingsley, Dawn Carney, Megan, Kellv 
McCoy, Jenna Hmmond, Jenny Myers, Marli 
Robb, Laura McCandless, Shannan Jones, Amy- 
Bush, Tracie Cutright, Brandon Kellogg, 
Kiristen McKinnley, Sarah Unkefer, Diane 
Gever, Leah McCoy, Kurt Pannier, Steve 
Juhnke, Justin English, Jerry, Russ Biendel, Jim 
Cox, Mike Cox, Nate Best, Scott Schelander, 
Jason Furnish, Craig Baugh, Alex Bracey, Patti 
Wilson, Jen Grella, Kim Conway, Patty Vopal, 
Rob, Thorn Swenson, Eddie Slavton. 



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Row 1: Jeff Tillich, Lisa 
Cornelius, Shelly Wagner. 
Row 2: Amy Dezura, Denise 
Bump. 



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Row 1: Sharon Slater, Scott 
Sheehan, Matt Nelson, Scott 
DitvUio. Row 2: Jamie Miller, 
Matt Graziosi, Mike Kosiel, 
Michelle Searle, Jeremy Shirey, 
Dr. Lisa Johnson, Dawn 
Williamson, Matt Geesey, 
Brian Rowan, Erin Bray, Bryan 
Marshall, Rene Vollmar, Beth 
Gaston, Rob Massung, Hirko 
Ono, Rachel Schmit, Craig 
Vecellio, Chris Schell. 



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Row 1: Shelly Wagner, Kelly McCoy, 
Beth Zupko, Angela Small, Teri Allison, 
Arivella Palmer, Laura Mynhier, Kenneth 
Zimmerman, Craig List, Mike Klein. Row 
2: Gary Slaugenhaupt, Amy Rarrick, 
Melissa Mayes, Ginger Tryon, Laura 
Bindeman, Jennifer McCune, Amy 
Woodward, David Fagan, jenny Smith, 
Rob Reitz. Row 3: Marli Robb, Geri 
Thomas, Sean Boileau, Shannon Ralston, 
Dawn Meylan, Chris Hawks, Jeff Ace, 
Ryan Taylor, Brad Harriger, Jamie Lejcar, 
Stacie Merrill, Chris Myers, Matt Pisoia, 
Amy Berlin, Debbie Weinheimer, Jerry 
Raisley, Shawn Hoehn. 




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Row 1: Lynn Kuhn, Andrea 
Miller. Row 2: Julie Smith, 
Darcy Blair, Lean Fisher, Debbi 
Angiolieri. 




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172 GROUPS & GREEKS 




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Row 1: Sharon Slater, Rhonda 
Tingley. Row 2: Amy Banner, Jer- 
emy Shirey, Scott Sheehan, Hilary 
Holmes, Scott DiTullio, Mr. Milutin 
Lazich, Carrie Payne. Row 3: Kellie 
Card, Brian Hoover, Michelle 
Handa, Steve Shaner, Amy 
Droschak, Kenneth Zimmerman, 
Erik Vollmer, Gina Ciccone, Daniel 
Brady, Kahi Sheaffer, Allison 
Esposito, Christopher Waite, Jill 
Lambo, Robert Gary, Cheri 
Boedicker, Edward Knight, Laura 
Doverspike, Jason Eustice. 



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Row 1: Michele Singer, Terri 
Steigelmar\, Diana Peters, Libby 
Ward, Julie Brzezinski, Erin 
Rapela, Jim Reynolds. Row 2: 
Christine Pierce, Jamie Lejcar, 
Jess Goble, Tracy Spangler, 
Janet McKelvey, Erin Painter, 
Tony Carr. Row 3: Jolin George, 
Matthew Wise, Mark Zacheral, 
Doug Hoffman, Bob Grace, 
Sven Olsson, Brian Burfurd. 



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Row 1: Michelle Searle, Scott 
Ditullio, Michelle Timko, Hilary 
Holmes. Row 2: Chris Waite, 
Jerry Winkleblech. Row 3: 
Marion Russell, Rhonda 
Wissinger, Bridget Gavin, 
Shannan Jones, Nicole Scafone, 
Erin Bray, Beth Gaston. Row 4: 
Lisa Mays, Carrie Reddinger, 
Francine Michelak, Scott 
Sheenan, Rene Vollmer, Matt 
Nelson, Rachel Schmidt, Rhonda 
Schenerg. 



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Row 1: John Majewski, Brian 
Rowan, Matt Shellenhamer, Rob 
Massung, Kylie Anderson. Row 
2: Larry Allen, Brian McGee, 
Jeremy Shirey. 




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Row 1: Jini Reilly, Jeff Leukulich, 
Katherine Spyrn, Heather 
Stuckell, Cori Phillips, Janet 
Johnson. Row 2: Jody Males, Dr. 
Alan Larson, Nicole Herron, 
Judy Schali, Dawn Sams. 




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Row 1: Amy Dezura, Dana 
Frank, Jodi O'Harah, Denise 
Vayda. Row 2: Dan Swanson, 
Jeanette Woodcock, Janine 
Kucinski, Mary Ellen Rose, 
Susan Kolbas, Chris Eckert, 
Marci Thellman. 




174 GROUPS & GREEKS 




Row 1: Michelle Strayer, Cheryl 
Brosious, Kristen Molek, Melissa 
Anderson. Row 2: Julie Wible, 
Nicole Eighmey, Stephanie 
McBride, Kimberly Weikert. Row 
3: Tonnie Anderson, Marybeth 
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Olson, Michele Rosian, Nicole 
Scafone, Dan Shevock, Jeremy 
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McAfoose, Jonathan Ochs, 
Judith Bashline, Bonnie 
Carrous, Dr. Donna Poganie. 
Row 2: Mary Beth Hamilton, 
Darcy Blair, Pam Palm, Doris 
Goodman, ErikWilson, Kris 
Glosser, Viky Morelli, Mary 
Mollis, Vicki Paden. Row 3: 
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Parkes, Debra Stiles, Patsy 
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Don Sturgess, Steve Hurley, 
Sharon Slater, Suzie Buzzard, 
Michelle Kiibert, Marion 
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Shaner, Gina Ciccone , Kellie 
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Lewis, Shelly Eisenman. Row 2: 
Christine Gonsionowski, Stacey 
Miller, Karen Callahan, Will 
Haines, Maureen Hutzelman. 




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Angle Link. Row 2: Kelly 
Thompson, Stephanie Gnibus, 
Katrina Helmick, Denise Bump, 
Maggie Collarini. Row 3: Kash 
Patel, Jeff Burns, Jay Campbell, 
Pat Grazyck, Jim Junger, Mike 
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Djassour. Row 2: Chad 
Sv'ehla, Carrie VanVerth, 
Melissa Dolmovich, Amy 
Mennen, Amy Donahue, Kevin 
Stephens, Katrina Helmick, 
Angela Link, Maggie Collarin, 
Andrea Strair. Row 3: Amy 
Schaub, Dr. George Curtis, Mr. 
Lee Krull, Michael Jewart, 
Brian Hoover, Ed Rodgers, 
Matt Ames, James Krugger. 





Row 1: Delphine Djossou, Jim 
Junger. Row 2: Rebecca 
Kelley, Teri Steigelman, Becki 
Jones, Ryan Hitchman, 
Ladonna Morton, Mike Ferraro. 
Row 3: Amy Mennon, Jen 
Keibler, Spruce , Ed Rodgers, 
Jay Smith. Row 4: Christan 
Pratt, Doug Sheldon, Joe Baker, 
Marc Schnumpf, Joe Rotondo. 



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i-elice Aicllo, Kylie Anderson, Benjamin 
Auman, Kevin f5errv, Rob Best, Alex Brncey, 
Erin Brav, -Viriv Bricel.ind, Me Cliiing, Kunberly 
Conway, J.iiiies C us, loni C""urran, Ann 
Dinkleburj^er, Stott DiTullio, Robin Fluke, Beth 
Gaston, Matthew Geesey, Bryan Harshall, 
Hilary Holmes, Thomas Jeffries, Michelle 
Kilbert, Megan Lieberwirth, Craig Lindhal, 
John Majwcski, Lisa Mays, Jennifer Michael, 
Tanva Miller, Jamie Miller, Chad Morton, 
Matthew Nelson, Anni Olson, Michele Rosian, 
Nicole Scafone, Christopher Schell, Rachel 
Schmidt, Matt Schwer, Melissa Schwer, Scott 
Sheenan, Daniel Shevock, Jeremy Shirey, 
Sharon Slater, Rachel Stealv, Michelle Timko, 
Natalie Tonini. Rene Vollmer, Daun 
Williamson, Jerry VVinkleblech, Rhonda 
Wissinger. 



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Cranmer, Russ Griebel, Bruce 
Huff, Nat Croasmun. Row 2: Dr. 
Ryburg, Mike Donahue, John 
Liebig, Jason Zimmerman, Mike 
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Row 1: Dawn Sams, Steph 
Rankin, Stephanie Danylo, 
Tracey Schmader, Megan Lauss, 
Toni Ross. Row 2: Jeff 
Levkulich, Jody Males, Joe 
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Heather Owens, Curtis 
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John Lucas, April Wostmann, 
Cassie Kaizer. 



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Michael Dominick, Kapoo. Row 3: 
Charity Carney, Ed Wargula, Kara 
Baker, Doug Sheldon, Pirate, Tim 
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Felice Ajello, Tracy Abiaster, Cristopher Arthur, Benjamin Auman, Brian Barckely, Terri Begenvvald, Rob 
Best, Alex Bracey, Erin Bray, Amy Briceland, Nicole Brooks, Kellarie Buff, Laura Carey, Dawn 
Carney,Jennifer Clark, Kimberly Conway, Joni Curran, Becky Davis, Julie Davison, Kara Defassio, Scott 
DiTuliio, Lisa Ewing, Robin Fluke, Aimee Frisoli, Robert Gary, Beth Gaston, Matthew Geesey, Matthew 
Graziosi, Krista Grosick, Sonya Hanzes, Bryan Marshall, Tina Hartle, Hilary Holmes, Beth Hostvedt, Chris 
Huff, Carolyn Jacobs, Thomas Jeffries, Shannan Jones, Michelle Kilbert, Eva Klatte, Sara Kopko, Kim Kubiak, 
Barbara Lecz, Megan Lieberwirth, April LindL^uist,John Majewski, Rob Massung, Kelli Matson, Carolyn Matt, 
Jessica Mcllvaine, Jennifer Michael, Tanya Miller, Chad Morton, Rachel Mowry, Morgan Music, Geoffrey 
Myers, Matthew Nelson, Anni Olson, David Orbin, Tracy Orr, Jennifer Ostien, Tabitha Pregmon, Eileen 
Radar, Erica Ray, Gail Rettger, Rebecca Ritter, Michele Rosian, Shauna Ross, Nicole Scafone, Rachel Schmidt, 
Matt Schwer, Melissa Schwer, Michelle Searle, Scott Sheenan, Daniel Shevock, Jeremy Shirey, Sharon Slater, 
Rachel Stealey, Heather Stickler, Rickey Straub, Jennifer Sunday, Krista Sweetland, Davina Talmadge, 
Michelle Timko, Natalie Tonini, Craig Vecillio, Daun Williamson, Jerry Winkleblech, Rhonda Wissinger, 




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This story begins with mixed 
feelings of anxiety and excitement 
on your first day of classes. 



As time passes, you develop 
lasting friendships and become 
accustumed to the notorious 
college classes you once dreaded. 



Finally, it's graduation and you 
shed your last tears with renewed 
feelings of anxiety and excitement. 



COLL'EgT, OJ 



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Eric !M. Rcord Sedna Ahmed Teter C- 'Barry %{ary 'Xatftryn 'Beadtc Jennifer L. 'Berry 

0(ent 'L. 'Sfum Amy Lynn 'Borner %im6er[y j. 'Bradshaw (MarCa L. Brandon 9{o((y A. 'Brison 

Tamatfia L. Brool^ "Brian A. 'Burford Jon ;^. Cadman "Mutinta Cfiimukji 'Thomas IV. Comrey 



186 SENIORS 




5u[u A. ConkSin Toid'E. CorSciC 'David 9d. Crawford <DanidM. Czajkowski Jd-mBerCy J. (Dampf 

MarcdCus Dandridge 'Re.Secca S. (Davis DougCas "B. 'Demosi MatheWD. T>ittman Qeratd J^. 'Dorrion 

David 'W. O^agan, III Jennifer L. J^ieCd Lori A. ftttger Julie !A. 7obtr %ichaTd D. Jrederick^ 

Jacquez S. Qaines Doris L. Qoodman Xeith A. Qrankauskas SvleCissa A. Qregory Crista M. Qrosict 

'Katdryn J. 9{anCey IQitrina L. ^efmicli (Brian L. Hoover 'Liizabetk L. Hughes Cynthia S- HuCtz 



SENIORS 187 




staC A. Janis U^UcfiaeC 'E. lewart J^nifrea 'J. 'Joftnson 'Bernard Q. Johnson Chad ']{, Johnson 

Cathy L. 'Kennis 9{cidi 'Kirkjvood %pByn % %[inc 'J(ari L. "KpeBnicli 'Jennifer J^. LaBer 

OvCartinT,. U^. -Thomas Carle L. 94an6ecli, AprU J. McCajui Lisa !M. !A(cCartney CoUeen M. 'Mc'Dermitt 

'Patrie/(,!M. CMcQui^an Janet L. U^c'J(efvey Sharon 1. 9^fiara 'BeverCy L. Ivliiier 9i/iegan !Ann MiUer 

'Michael 'Z. Moats Sinn C 9{e[son 'Diane M. 9(eziwine 'J{pbin M. 'Faine 'Kristie Marie TaCcic 



IS8 SENIORS 




Joyce A. Tarktr liick^Angtlo 'Ftniolino 'Mark.A. Tttschks- Tammy L. ^Cows Tom J. Tolq-if^a 

gina "E. Toffocli 'Erin T,. %a-p eta 'Barb !A. 'Ksed (Deanne C "Ketfii QaiC % 1{ett£er 

Martin A. Sas Lee.inn !JV{. Scfiatz Monica Sinn Scfimader "Don Sentner Anna Ov[. Shick^ 



%enee Marie Sfiiska Tracy %. Slangier 
Vincent J. Tavoiaric Jennifer 3- Tayfor 



Megan L. SteckLair Lisa A. Stroupe T). j. SyCvis 

Tammy "E. Thompson Carmen A. Us sac f^ Christopher S. VogeL 



SENIQRS|f89 




SfielTuS. Warner Laurence %'. 'li'afton '-Khonda L. 'Wattz Ian Stuart 'Wfiyte Stephen '£. 'WUcok^ 

'}(e[[yj. IXHnaard fRoBbin L. 'Wondcr[in£ 'Betsy S- 'U'yffie 'Darren S- 'JoKppenic 




190 SENIORS 



Sidministration 




'Danctte 'M. J^cey Sophia 9(. M(en Susan 9^(. J^.ftman 9v(icfic[e L. Antfiony Stephanie L. 'Beary 

•Jipnald'E. 'Berry Marcus T. Bingham ^{atthew l^j 'Bohonali 'Payne L. 'Brandee CoCfeen flf Brennan 

'Terri J. 'Britton ^esa "D. Brown Timothy 'D. 'Brown 'Tammy L. 'Brunda^e 'Patrick, ']{, 'Bu^fali 




'BradUy M. CaUihan 'Edzabeth CftamBcrs MeCissa A. Cheripka Cf^ristopfter S- CCouse CHristoplier 1. CoCeman 

Margaret % CotCarini Andrea A.Contristano ApriC M. Crawford (DonaCdl. 'DaisUy Mdissa H. 'Davies 

Howard %. 'Dean, III Jon'P. 'DeJ'oor Dineen "V. Dicli XeroCd Tiocteur J ennifer 'Dymond 

MarliR. ffaBiani 'DanieCT. discus 'DonaCd'W. 'Freidhoff SteUa Marie Qary AngeCa C- Qaspar 

Stacy L. Qray ^{icoie A. Haberberger %pbert J. -Hardy Tara M. Htin LaStan S. Henderson 



SENIORS493 




T.ric A. :Ho£ue Crystat ^(. iH'ofSen 

'J'i'iffiam C- Jones Sandra Lee 'Kane 

Christopher J. Lamorey Coffeen !J^[cCarth^ 
Curtis g. O^tc'Kay Michael J. Meats 

Christopher <£. Miched 'Jiita M. MitcheU 



jayna Jl. iHopkjns 'Tabatha %. hunter 'Beth Mnn Johnson 

Marc J. XetUr QabrieC !). 'Kisset, III Arthur ?^. %[ose 

"Rpnatct L. McCfostiey "Bryan M. Mc'Ltravy 'Darfene J^. McQoivan 

'Terri L. MefC 'DanieC'T. Miano 'Tracy 'J{j Michael 

Lisa L. Morrison 'Ku>ame 1{. Morton MicheCCe L. 9{eu'ton 



194 SHNIOKS 




Timotfiy S. OBerCin Heather SI. Ozuens John H. Tarker Samantha J. "Peterson Lisa Jl. Tfeifer 

%e[[y S. (PrechtC U^atthezv ©. lijikercC (Dou£Cas J/. %ankin Jason %en(la Sue R. %eppert 

Jody M. Hlhoades Jodi L. Rhodes %ristie SI. letter Sherry Joiley SchCorff Slndrea Schrecengost 

"Kristin %, Schtvan JacoBS. Smith %ristin J. Sonney James S. Spade Slrthur A. Stewart 

James "W. Stiff XetCy S. Stitt "DeBorah J. Szelc "hiichelU J. loth Jennifer ^ Tripl'ett 



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Stepfianie Troc flows Iq lames 1{. Trotta Scott 'Michael H^rue :'Andrc J . 1'iviano 1{icfiarc{ 1. li^hite 

JacqueCine L. IX'idmar Jamie 'D. 'U'ifCiams "Erin J. 'lVojtkj)ioiak^ Teresa 'Jl{. Zie£Cer 





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Communication, Com^puW 

Informaion Science; and 

Library Science 














Jennifer L. (Bates 


'Brian 2). 'Bazata 


(Kevin fW. (Beamon 


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Scott J^. CaCderu>ood 


(Brian C- CaratdU 


(MeCissa 1. Caraway 


TondeCaya %. Carey 


James B. Cottins 


(Brian T>. Croop 


Christine (Marie Csuhta 


(MeCanie % (Decfiant 


W. Jason 'DeCorte 


Scott C- 'Devinney 


Wayne S- 'DiCCon 



198 SENIORS 




Monica Denise 'Donner (Dana L. 'Ed Robert A. ^arquhavjll Tyrone L. ^ennoy SHeiCa Ann J^itzgeraCd 

Jennifer L. Jrey StepHen J. QaskeCC Amy % Qtrf^in (Kevin T. Qraiy Joshua H. Querke 

Stacey M. QuCafi MichetCe Lee 9-Canda Qretchen A. (Hertei WiUiam M. 'Hunter Sfiaron UXig 

O. Sam Jacob Tracy %, Jerman Hoity %, Johnson 'Brigitte T. Josef czyk^ Michaels. %(ein 

Timothy C. "Kpvach Trade A. Leshock^ lauC M. Levy Maureen MacKintosh Theresa M. Maimer 



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Jody PI. 9\{aCes Micfiaet T. 9vtanion John 'B. ']y. U^/tartincc MicheUe T). 94ayfieiv fioSert A. iMc'Master 

Cdristin ^. O^ifion fAfar^J^. 9(accarato fMatthezv %. 'J{iem[a Lynn SI. ^(pbU Stephanie Marie Orr 

Joey J^. 'Payne Lori !Marie (Petrucci Cori JAnn PhiiCips !Miche[e' J. Picciriffo Jennifer L. PomaySo 

Janie L. 'J{fl£er Christine lieid 9v{ichae[ J. 1{pss Toni 'Marie 1{pss Curtis %, %}im6augh 

•Jipnafd A. SantilTo Joel Q. Santaro Judy 'D. Schatt Tonya M. Schmidt Steven T). Shaner 



2()() SENIORS 




'Deanna M. SHerry U^icheCCe Sparer Janet "L. StrutHers y-CeatHer L. StucHeCC Jofin 'W. Tfiiem 

ChristapUcT % 'Watson Amy L. WhittaHer 



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202 SENIORS 



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Susanne M. Adams Amy L. AifKondtr OvCary-Jo Mten SHaivn 9{, MChouse l^akric J. JlmsCcr 

Lori Ann Antkony LisaM. Af^itby 'Brian Scott "Barc^Cey ^ic/taeC A. "Barker Jason A. 'Sarncr 

in g. (Bauer MeCissa Jo 'BiUottc MeCani Cfiantd 'BCosc Lori L. 'Bobe.r 



Matthew L. (Bowser 



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ToddS. "BoyUs 0(pBert %, -Suffone Jennifer D. CaUen Scott £. CapCan Laura C- Capp 

'DanyetU L. Cessna !Mary Anne CCarlii "Wittiam 'B. Ctark^ TameCa Jo CCawson "Karena 1{j CCine 

1{pBert S- CoCBert 'Dana 9v(. Connors Christine 9{. CanviCCe Slmy J. Cooper Tracey Lynn Cowan 

Tina CM. Cramer CSietody A. Crawford Camala J. (Davensizer JuCie !l(. (Davison Teri C- (Definer 

ColUp.n A. 'Dennison 94ark^1{j 'Di9(aro£ "Kristy (D. 'Dunkte Christopher !M. T,cl{ert "Wayne (P. "EcliCey 



204 SENIORS 




9{icoCe !M. "Eigltmey Tracy A. "Eustice CaroCyn "Evans Tenny L. Jarmtry Simy M. Jtrringtr 

Lisa M. 'J^UtcktT %cithUtn M. fonger Jennifer J. J^orringtr Ov[eCissa Sinn J^otc "Dana L. Ifranl^ 

SAmy L. !fry Carrie fyia WHendy OvCarie Qahring "Daphne L. QaCforcC CHristine QibSons 

Qregory S. Qinder Jennifer "Diane QCeason Marcie 1). Qoss ^mSerCy A. Qouii Cftristopfier 9r{. Qraczyfi 

Ttetita A. Qreco Lisa Marie Qriffo Elizabeth 9(agenbuch Mia Ovi. E. 9-(arp 1{enee Si. ^artjen 




9^(ichdte L. 'XartzeU Jennifers. iHeiUs (Duane (D. !Henrij J^my L. 9{oCcom6 Heather Leigh iHoCsinjer 

TauCal). Horner 'Beth A. Hostvedt Christopher 9vt. Huff Tammy L. Jones 'Dehra ^. 'Kane 

Todd'W. "Karenbauer 'Karen 94. 'Kearney Joseph T. Keenan, Jr. Kari "D. King Tammy L. Kireta 

gloria J. Knight Susan 'EiUen Kplhas J^.my L. Koshute April 'E. Kriner Julie Sinn Kruger 

'Heather Si. Laic h 'Wendy Si. Le-u/is Heather A. Lighty 'Kjisten 'E. Lohaugh Jennifer L. London 



206 SENIORS 




Lisa UvC. Lusty %e.vin J. Major 'Windy R. 9v[a7(in Stepfianie Lynn Mc'Bride Xathy Jl. !McCCeary 

Lorrie A. Mc'DonaCd Theresa !A. 'Mc'M.uU.an Amy U^cQuiCCan Jennifer Si. MiUus JlpriC M. MiCCer 

Coiieen T) . 'Miller %achel L. Moivry Jason J. Muccino 'Denise 'R^. Murphy THeresa SI. 9{iles 

Jodi S- 0'!Harafi CHerlyn SI. Odosso Lori Si. Olszetuski Sherrie %. 'Parfi Jennifer L. 'Mlarslj. 

Lori Si. Tion Julie M. Tluta Stacy L. 'Pratt SHannon L. 'Ralston Heather L. Rasmussen 



SENIQSgi 




J^my 'E. !Rjiy 
'EfizaSetfi L. 1{ho(ies 
'Broofie 'Marie "RjiSritz 
Cart M. Satira 
f> Laureen L. ScuUy 



9Cefi J/. %flyBucl<i SHeifa A. Yearns Rebecca JA. !]{ees Cfierie L. 1{hode.s 

yiU SI. lipdenbeck^ •Dorothy W. dodgers Laurie %ay 1{plir6ach O^ary "LUen 1{pse 

Carrie A. 'Kudnicki Mvan £. Saliackj Jr. Jennifer CSd. Sarver MicfieCCe Ti. Sastokas 

Scott % SchCentner Sharon L. Schutt 9(flnette %fie Schzoab Stephanie L. Scott 

Xathi j. Sheaffer Suzanne 94. SheCdon James J. Smith Hestia Lynn Snyder 




Tamara J. Snyder Tammie % Snyder Ingrid9(. SpM AnnttU Marie. Stahl 

'Beclqj A. Stiver Taige J7. Summers DaniefS. Swanson T). Scott Tanner 

(Denise M. 'Vayda 'Brian j. I^errico %ene L. I^ottmer SHeiCa CD. 'Wadding 

9viatthew 'P. 'Wasilkp Cindy L. 'Waters Catrina £. WebB 'Xim6er[y 9vl. 'VVeikert 

Metissa 3o 'Wetzel 'Kathleen !A. 'Williams 'Matthew S- 'n'inger Kyle J. 'Wolfe 



Amy 1{. Stamm 
Jeffrey C- 'Tillich 
!Amy L. '14'alters 
Melissa J^nn H'elty 
Shara iVoll^pmir 



SENIORS 209 




leanctte L. iVoodcock^ J^my %, Woodzvard ■Ernest !/(,. iVright Icnnifcr Li^, O'ancjja Hoijce L. O'eanij 

■Heather L. O'oung -^"^i*^ ^- 9'urcal<i ■.Heather 'M. Zampogna 




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