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					Index to The Antelope, 1971-2002, inclusive

Issues Indexed (1082):

1971:    1-7; 1-14; 2-4; 2-11; 2-18; 2-18 Supp; 2-25; 3-4; 3-11; 3-18; 3-25; 4-1; 4-15; 4-20; 4-22;
                  4-29; 5-6; 5-13; 5-20; 6-24; 7-1; 7-8; 7-15; 7-22; 7-29; 9-3; 9-9; 9-16; 9-23; 9-30;
                  10-7; 10-14; 10-21; 10-28; 11-4; 11-11; 11-18; 12-2; 12-9; 12-16 (39)
1972:    1-13; 1-20; 1-27; 2-3; 2-10; 2-17; 2-24; 3-2; 3-2 Supp; 3-9; 3-10; 3-16; 3-23; 4-6; 4-13; 4-
                  20; 4-27; 5-4; 6-22; 6-29; 7-6; 7-13; 7-20; 7-27; 8-31; 9-7; 9-14; 9-21; 9-28; 10-
                  12; 10-19; 10-26; 11-2; 11-9; 11-16; 11-30 (36)
1973:    1-11; 1-18; 1-25; 2-1; 2-15; 2-22; 3-1; 3-1 Fashion; 3-8; 3-22; 3-29; 4-3; 4-5; 4-12; 4-19;
                  4-26; 5-3; 5-10; 6-21; 6-28; 7-5; 7-12; 7-19; 7-26. 8-30; 9-6; 9-13; 9-20; 9-27; 10-
                  4; 10-11; 10-18; 10-25; 11-1; 11-7; 11-15; 11-29; 12-6; 12-13; 12-20 (40)
1974:    1-17; 1-24; 1-31; 2-7; 2-14; 2-21; 2-28; 2-28 Insert; 3-7; 3-21; 3-28; 4-1; 4-4; 4-11; 4-18;
                  4-25; 5-2; 5-9; 6-27; 7-11; 7-18; 7-26; 8-1; 8-29; 9-5; 9-12; 9-19; 9-26; 10-3; 10-
                  10; 10-17; 10-24; 11-6; 11-14; 11-21; 12-5; 12-12; 12-19 (38)
1975:    1-16; 1-23; 1-30; 2-6; 2-13; 2-20; 2-27; 3-6; 3-13; 3-13 Special; 3-20; 4-4; 4-10; 4-17; 4-
                  24; 5-1; 5-8; 6-19; 6-26; 7-10; 7-17; 7-24; 8-29; 9-5; 9-11; 9-18; 9-25; 10-2; 10-2
                  Insert; 10-9; 10-17; 10-23; 10-30; 11-6; 11-13; 11-20; 12-4; 12-11; 12-18 (39)
1976:   1-15; 1-22; 1-29; 2-5; 2-12; 2-19; 2-26; 3-4; 3-18; 3-25; 4-1; 4-8; 4-8 Spring; 4-15; 4-23; 4-
                  29; 5-6; 6-17; 6-24; 7-1; 7-9; 7-15; 7-22; 9-2; 9-9; 9-16; 9-23; 9-29; 10-7; 10-14;
                  10-21; 11-4; 11-11; 11-18; 12-2; 12-9 (36)
1977:   1-13; 1-20; 1-27; 2-3; 2-10; 2-17; 2-24; 3-3; 3-17; 3-24; 3-31; 4-7; 4-14; 4-21; 4-28; 5-5; 6-
                  16; 6-23; 6-30; 7-14; 7-21; 7-28; 9-1; 9-8; 9-15; 9-22; 9-29; 10-6; 10-20; 10-27;
                  11-3; 11-10; 11-17; 12-1; 12-8 (35)
1978:   1-12; 1-19; 1-26; 2-2; 2-9; 2-16; 2-23; 3-8; 3-16; 3-30; 4-6; 4-13; 4-20; 4-27; 5-4; 6-15; 6-
                  22; 6-29; 7-13; 7-20; 7-27; 8-31; 9-7; 9-14; 9-21; 9-28; 9-28 Encounter; 10-5; 10-
                  12; 10-26; 10-26 Encounter; 11-2; 11-9; 11-16; 11-30; 11-30 Encounter; 12-7;
                  12-14; 12-14 Encounter (39)
1979:   1-11; 1-18; 1-26; 1-26 Encounter; 2-1; 2-8; 2-15; 2-22; 2-22 Encounter; 3-1; 3-15; 3-22; 3-
                  22 Encounter; 3-29; 4-5; 4-5 Encounter; 4-12; 4-26; 4-26 Encounter; 5-3; 6-14; 6-
                  21; 6-28; 7-12; 7-19; 7-26; 8-30; 9-6; 9-13; 9-20; 9-20 Encounter; 9-27; 10-4; 10-
                  11; 10-25 Encounter; 10-28; 11-1; 11-8; 11-15; 11-29; 11-29 Encounter; 12-6;
                  12-13 (43)
1980:   1-10; 1-17; 1-24; 1-31; 1-31 Encounter; 2-7; 2-14; 2-21; 2-28; 2-28 Encounter; 3-6; 3-13; 3-
                  27; 3-27 Encounter; 4-3; 4-17; 4-24; 5-1; 5-1 Encounter; 6-19; 6-26; 7-3; 7-10; 7-
                  17; 7-24; 8-28; 9-4; 9-11; 9-18; 9-25; 9-25 Encounter; 10-2; 10-9; 10-16; 10-23;
                  10-23 Encounter; 11-6; 11-13; 11-20; 11-20 Encounter; 12-4; 12-11; 12-11
                  Encounter (43)
1981:   1-15; 1-22; 1-29; 2-5; 2-12; 2-19; 2-26; 3-5; 3-19; 3-26; Spring 1981 Encounter; 4-2; 4-9; 4-
                  23; 4-30; 5-7; 6-18; 6-25; 7-9; 7-16; 7-23; 7-30; 9-3; 9-10; 9-17; 9-24; 10-1; 10-8;
                  10-22; 10-29; 10-29 Accent; 11-5; 11-12; 11-19; 12-3; 12-10; 12-10 Accent (37)
1982:   1-21; 1-28; 2-4; 2-11; 2-18; 2-25; 3-4; 3-18; 3-25; 4-1; 4-15; 4-15 Accent; 4-22; 4-29; 6-17;
                  6-17 Supplement; 6-24; 7-1; 7-15; 7-22; 7-29; 9-2; 9-9; 9-16; 9-23; 9-30; 10-7;
                  10-14; 10-28; 11-11; 11-18; 11-18 Accent; 11-24; 12-2; 12-9 (35)
1983:   1-20; 1-27; 2-3; 2-10; 2-17; 2-24; 3-3; 3-17; 3-24; 3-31; 4-6; 4-14; 4-21; 4-28; 4-28 Accent;
                  5-5; 6-23; 6-30; 7-14; 7-21; 7-28; 9-1; 9-8; 9-15; 9-22; 9-29; 10-6; 10-13; 10-20;
                  11-10; 11-17; 11-17 Accent; 12-2; 12-8 (34)
1984:   1-26; 2-2; 2-9; 2-16; 2-23; 3-1, 3-23; 3-29; 4-5; 4-12; 4-26; 5-3; 6-14; 6-21; 6-28; 7-12; 7-
                  19; 7-26; 8-30; 9-6; 9-13; 9-18; 9-20; 9-25; 9-27; 10-2; 10-4; 10-9; 10-11; 10-16;
                  10-18; 10-23; 11-1; 11-6; 11-8; 11-13; 11-15; 11-29; 12-4; 12-6; 12-11; 12-13
                  (42)
1985:   1-15; 1-17; 1-22; 1-29; 1-31; 2-5; 2-7; 2-12; 2-14; 2-19; 2-21; 2-26; 2-28; 3-5; 3-21; 3-26; 3-
                  28; 4-2; 4-11; 4-16; 4-18; 4-23; 4-25; 4-30; 5-2; 6-18; 6-25; 7-2; 7-9; 7-23; 8-29;
                9-5; 9-12; 9-19; 9-26; 10-3; 10-10; 10-17; 10-23; 11-7;11-14; 11-21; 12-5; 12-12
                (44)
1986: 1-23; 1-30; 2-6; 2-13; 2-20; 2-27; 3-6; 3-13; 4-3; 4-10; 4-17; 4-24; 5-1; 5-8; 6-25; 7-8; 7-10;
                7-17; 7-24; 7-31; 8-28; 9-5; 9-11; 9-25; 10-2; 10-9; 10-30; 11-6; 11-13; 11-13
                Winter Sports Edition (WSE); 11-20; 12-4; 12-11 (34)
1987: 1-22; 1-29; 2-5; 2-12; 2-19; 2-26; 3-5, 3-9; 3-26; 4-2; 4-9; 4-16; 4-30; 5-7; 6-18; 6-25; 7-2;
                7-9; 7-16; 7-23; 8-27; 9-3; 9-10; 9-17; 9-24; 10-1; 10-8; 10-22; 10-29; 11-5; 11-
                12; 11-19; 12-3; 12-10 (34)
1988: 1-14; 1-21; 1-28; 2-4; 2-11; 2-18; 2-25; 3-17; 3-24; 4-7; 4-14; 4-18; 4-21; 4-28; 5-5; 6-23; 6-
                30; 7-14; 7-21; 7-28; 8-4; 8-25; 9-1; 9-8; 9-15; 9-22; 9-29; 10-6; 10-12; 10-27; 11-
                3; 11-10; 11-17; 12-1; 12-8 (35)
1989: 1-12; 1-19; 1-26; 2-2; 2-9; 2-16; 2-23; 3-2; 3-16; 3-30; 4-6; 4-13; 4-20; 4-27; 5-4; 6-15; 6-
                22; 6-29; 7-13; 7-20; 7-27; 8-31; 9-7; 9-14; 9-21; 9-28; 10-5; 10-12; 10-19; 11-2;
                11-9; 11-16; 11-30; 12-7; 12-14 (35)
1990: 1-18; 1-25; 2-1; 2-8; 2-15; 2-22; 3-1; 3-8; 3-29; 4-5; 4-12; 4-19; 4-26; 5-3; 6-14; 6-21; 6-28;
                7-12; 7-19; 7-26; 8-30; 9-6; 9-13; 9-20; 9-27; 10-4; 10-11; 10-25; 11-1; 11-8; 11-
                15; 11-20; 12-6; 12-13 (34)
1991: 1-17; 1-24; 1-31; 2-7; 2-14; 2-21; 3-7; 3-14; 3-28; 4-4; 4-11; 4-18; 4-25; 5-2; 7-3; 7-18; 8-1;
                8-29; 9-12; 9-19; 9-26; 10-3; 10-10; 10-17; 10-24; 10-31; 11-7; 11-14; 11-21; 12-
                5; 12-13 (31)
1992: 1-23; 1-30; 2-6; 2-13; 2-20; 2-27; 3-5; 3-12; 3-19; 4-2; 4-9; 4-16; 4-23; 4-30; 8-27; 9-3; 9-
                17; 9-24; 10-1; 10-8; 10-15; 10-22; 10-29; 11-5; 11-12; 11-18; 12-10 (27)
1993: 1-21; 1-28; 2-4; 2-11; 2-18; 2-25; 3-4; 3-11; 3-18; 4-1; 4-8; 4-15; 4-22; 4-29; 8-26; 9-2; 9-
                16; 9-23; 9-30; 10-7; 10-14; 10-21; 10-28; 11-4; 11-11; 11-18; 12-2 (28)
1994: 1-20; 1-27; 2-3; 2-10; 2-17; 2-24; 3-3; 3-10; 3-17; 3-31; 4-7; 4-14; 4-21; 4-28; 8-25; 9-1; 9-
                15; 9-22; 9-29; 10-6; 10-13; 10-20; 10-27; 11-3; 11-10; 11-17; 12-1; 12-8 (28)
1995: 1-19; 1-26; 2-2; 2-9; 2-16; 2-23; 3-2; 3-9; 3-16; 3-30; 4-6; 4-13; 4-27; 8-24; 8-31; 9-14; 9-
                21; 9-28; 10-5; 10-12; 10-19; 10-26; 11-2; 11-11; 11-16; 11-30; 12-7 (27)
1996: 1-18; 1-25; 2-2; 2-8; 2-15; 2-22; 2-29; 3-7; 3-14; 3-28; 4-4; 4-11; 4-18; 4-25; 8-29; 9-12: 9-
                19; 9-26; 10-3; 10-10; 10-17; 10-24; 10-31; 11-7; 11-14; 11-21; 12-5; 12-12 (28)
1997: 1-23, 1-30, 2-6; 2-13; 2-20; 2-27; 3-6; 3-13; 3-20; 4-3; 4-10; 4-17; 4-24; 5-1; 9-4, 9-11, 9-18,
                9-25, 10-2, 10-9, 10-16, 10-23, 10-30, 11-6, 11-13; 11-20; 12-4, 12-11 (28)
1998: 1-15; 1-22; 1-29; 2-5; 2-12; 2-19; 2-26; 3-5; 3-12; 3-19; 4-2, 4-9; 4-16; 4-23; 4-30; 8-27, 9-3,
                9-10, 9-17, 9-24, 10-1, 10-8, 10-15, 10-29, 11-5, 11-12, 11-19, 12-3, 12-10 (29)
1999: 1-21, 1-28, 2-4, 2-11, 2-25, 3-4, 3-11, 3-25, 4-1, 4-15, 4-22, 4-29, 9-2, 9-9, 9-16, 9-23, 9-30,
                10-7, 10-14, 10-28, 11-4, 11-11, 11-18, 12-2, 12-9 (25)
2000: 1-20; 1-27; 2-3, 2-10, 2-17, 2-24, 3-2, 3-9; 3-23, 3-30, 4-6; 4-13, 4-20, 4-27, 8-31, 9-7, 9-14,
                9-21, 9-28, 10-5, 10-12, 10-26, 11-2, 11-9, 11-16, 11-30, 12-7, 12-11 (28)
2001: 1-18, 1-25, 2-1; 2-8, 2-15, 2-22, 3-1, 3-8, 3-29, 4-5, 4-12, 4-19, 4-26, 9-13, 9-20, 9-27, 10-4,
                10-11, 10-18, 11-1, 11-8, 11-15, 11-29, 12-6, 12-13 (25)
2002: 1-24, 1-31, 2-07, 2-14, 2-21, 2-28, 3-7, 3-14, 4-4, 4-11, 4-18, 4-25, 5-2; 9-5; 9-12; 9-19; 9-
                26; 10-3; 10-10; 10-17; 10-31; 11-7; 11-14; 11-21; 12-5; 12-12 (26)

NOTE: Spelling in The Antelope is unreliable. Is the correct spelling „Zeiger, Rachel‟ or „Zeigler,
Rachel‟? Surnames are entered exactly as they appear in The Antelope. For given names, when
I am reasonably sure the same person is referred to, I have made an entry for a person the first
time the name appears, and then, in parentheses, each variant that also occurs. For examples:
„Schroeder, Deb (Debbie, Deborah, Debra)‟ or „Coate, Tricia (Patricia, Trish)‟. When I am not
sure the same person is referred to, I have made separate entries. For example: „Trede, Nick‟
and „Trede, Rick‟.

(P)     =        photo of item or person occurs on page indicated
LTE     =        Letter to the Editor


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2% lid 90: 8-30 1; 9-13 1; 9-27 1; 11-8 1
„2Gether‟ 2000: 2-24 4
2nd Avenue (Kearney), construction on 81; 7-23 1
 „3 Ninjas‟ (film) 92: 10-1 4
„4 Stages of Drinking‟ 2001: 11-29 2
4-H Club see Campus 4-H Club
4-H Council Conference 82: 4-15 3
4-H Mini Club 74: 4-18 3
4-H Mini-Club Week 75: 4-10 3
4-H Queen 71: 10-7 3
5 By 2 Plus Dance Company 79: 7-26 7; 10-28 1; 11-1 1; 11-8 1
5-Day Plan to Stop Smoking (clinic) 82: 7-1 5
7-11 (business)
          78: 11-30 5
          79: 4-5 7
          87: 10-29 1
          88: 6-30 1
          97: 2-20 2; 11-20 1
7:30 classes, discontinuance of 73: 3-1 5
 „8 Mile‟ (recording) 2002: 11-21 7
„10‟ (film) 80: 9-11 5
   th
11 Avenue 82: 4-15 4
-, closing of 73: 4-12 1, 6
12 Pearls (band)
99: 3-11 6
2000: 8-31 7
„14 Songs‟ (recording 93: 8-26 10
   th
15 Avenue, change to 1-way northbound 94: 1-20 2
   th
24 Street, danger to pedestrians crossing
          92: 10-1 1, 2
          97: 9-11 3
                   see also Highway 30
   th
26 Street 82: 4-15 4
-, 1956 traffic fatality on 89: 9-7 1
-, closing of 73: 4-12 1, 6
-, proposed closing of 89: 9-7 1
   th              th
29 Street and 9 Avenue, corner of 93: 11-18 1; 12-2 1
   th
30 Avenue, overpass on 99: 2-25 5
49ers (student lobbying group)
          83: 9-15 5
          86: 9-25 1
          87: 1-29 2; 2-5 1, 2; 2-12 2; 2-19 1, 2; 2-26 2; 3-5 2; 10-29 1; 12-3 1; 12-10 2
          88: 1-14 2; 3-17 1; 3-24 1; 4-21 1, 6; 8-25 1; 9-29 6; 10-6 1, 2; 10-12 1; 10-27 2; 11-10 2,
                   6; 12-1 2; 12-8 6
          89: 2-2 1; 2-16 1; 3-30 2; 4-27 1; 9-7 2; 9-14 1; 11-30 4
          90: 10-25 1
          91: 8-29 1; 10-24 1; 10-31 11
50 Greatest Athletes Countdown 2000: 1-20 5
„54‟ 98: 9-10 6
„57‟ in lights on North Second Avenue 90: 9-6 10
91 KICK see KICK
927 courses 90: 12-6 1
1,000 Cranes 2001: 11-15 1
1202 Commission 75: 9-5 3
1733 – Band Dixieland 89: 7-20 4
1733 Barbershop Chorus 83: 6-30 4
1733 Dixie Rag Band (band) 81; 10-8 1
1733 Estates 90: 9-20 11
„1776‟ (film) 73: 5-3 2
„1776‟ (play) 74: 3-28 3; 4-11 3; 4-18 1, 3; 4-25 1, 5
1964 (band) 87: 11-19 2: 12-3 6
„1964, the Tribute‟ (act) 98: 2-12 1; ; 2-26 8; 8-27 2, 10; 9-3 10
„1984‟ (book) 84: 1-26 3; 2-2 3
1990 KSC Summer Job Fair 90: 2-15 5, 12
„2001: A Space Odyssey‟ (film) 75: 11-6 4
 „5150‟ (recording) 86: 5-8 5
9811 (band) 97: 4-3 5
10,000 Maniacs (group) 88: 5-5 3
68849 (TV show) 92: 11-5 11


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A Affordable Travel (business)
         89: 2-16 5
         91: 3-7 4
         92: 2-13 10
         98: 3-5 8
„A Beautiful Mind‟ (film) 2002: 2-7 4, 7
„A Beckett Circus‟ (play) 98: 1-15 2; 1-29 8; 4-23 2, 8
A Brotherhoood Against Totalitarian Enactments (ABATE) 79: 5-3 9
„A Century of Alfalfa Production in Dawson County‟ (presentation) 85: 4-25 2
„A Christmas Carol‟ (play)
         90: 10-11 2; 12-6 15
         97: 12-11 2
         99: 3-25 2
„A Christmas Twist‟ (play)
         93: 12-2 2
         97: 12-11 2
„A Clockwork Orange‟ (film) 84: 1-26 3
„A Company of Wayward Saints‟ (play) 80: 10-16 1; 11-20 3; 12-4 1, 3
                                                 st
„A Crisis in Our Country‟ (TV show) 85: 7-9 621 Street Breakers (dancers) 85: 2-26 1
„A Cry of Players‟ (play) 78: 9-14 6; 10-12 3
A Cut Above (business)
         90: 3-1 1; 9-13 14
         91: 11-14 4
         92: 3-12 6
         93: 4-1 9
         96: 2-2 4
„A Dark and Stormy Night‟ (play) 90: 6-21 2; 6-28 2, 8; 7-19 1, 4
„A Different Story‟ (film) 80: 1-10 1; 1-24 3
„A Doll‟s House‟ (play) 99: 10-14 8
„A Drowsy Day‟ (painting) 71: 3-4 4
 „A Far Off Place‟ (film) 93: 3-18 6
„A Festival of Animation: The Disney Films‟ (lecture) 78: 2-23 1
„A Free and Ordered Space: The Real World of the University‟ (discussion) 89: 2-2 2; 2-9 2; 2-16
         2; 2-23 2; 3-2 2; 3-16 2
„A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum‟ (play) 71: 2-4 1, 2, 4
„A Golden Evening with Chancellor Johnston‟ 96: 10-3 1, 8, 9
„A Hat Full of Rain‟ (play) 75: 4-24 5
 „A Legend and a Leader: Develop Your Path for Success‟ 2002: 3-14 2
 „A Light in the Night‟ 97: 10-2 2
„A Literary Symbiosis: Science Fiction-Fantasy Mystery‟ (book)
          83: 5-5 5; 9-15 6
          84: 2-2 9
„A Little Night Music‟ (play) 79: 9-20 1; 11-8 3; 11-29 1; 12-13 3
„A Midsummer Night‟s Dream‟ (play)
          72: 1-13 1
          74: 4-18 1; 4-25 1, 5; 5-2 1
          79: 6-28 1, 3
          85: 10-10 1; 11-14 5
          98: 4-30 8
„A Nation at Risk‟ (report) 83: 10-13 6
„A Night at the Opera (program) 85: 4-16 2, 11; 4-18 2
A O Thomas Hall 84: 1-26 1
A O Thomas Hall
          88: 1-28 4; 2-4 7
          97: 2-13 1
          98: 8-27 6
-, darkroom in 77: 4-28 4
-, dedication of 84: 3-23 5; 4-12 8
-, mural on north side of
          74: 8-1 1; 8-29 4
          82: 4-29 9
-, renovation of
          80: 7-10 1
          81: 4-30 1
          82: 2-11 1; 9-2 1; 11-11 1; 11-24 1
          83: 1-27 4; 6-23 4; 9-1 5
„A Perspective on East Germany‟ (lecture) 88: 10-12 2; 11-3 2; 11-10 2; 11-17 6
„A Separate Peace‟ (film) 74: 2-14 8
 „A Star is Born (film)
          77: 1-13 5; 2-3 8; 2-10 3
          78: 1-26 10
„A Step Ahead‟ (radio show) 89: 11-2 6
„A Survey of Nebraska Art‟ (exhibit) 78: 10-12 12
„A Thief in the Night‟ (film) 79: 12-6 1
„A Third of Your Life‟ (workshop) 77: 11-10 1
„A Thousand Clowns‟ (film) 74: 6-17 3; 7-18 1
 „A View to a Kill‟ (film) 85: 10-3 2
„A Woman Artist Speaks‟ (program) 2002: 10-10 2
Aaberg, Betty 81: 3-26 3
Aaliyah 2001: 9-13 12 (P)
Aaron, Debra (Deb) 80: 1-24 1; 1-31 1
-, Henry „Hank‟ 99: 1-21 4; 1-28 1 (P)
Aarons, Karen 96: 3-7 1
AAUW see American Association of University Women (AAUW)
Abagnale, Frank (see also Abignale) 80: 10-9 1 (P)
-, Fred 80: 3-6 3 (P); 9-11 4
abandoned property 87: 3-26 2; 4-2 2
Abart, Margaret 81: 4-2 5
ABATE 79: 5-3 9
Abboud, Jeff 79: 3-22 1
Abbey, Bryce
          2000: 11-29 5; 12-6 5; 12-13 8
          2002: 1-24 1 (P), 5 (P), 6; 1-31 5, 6 (P); 2-7 6; 2-14 5, 6; 2-21 5; 2-28 5; 3-7 6; 3-14 5; 5-2
                  7; 11-7 5; 11-14 4; 12-12 4, 5
-, Randy
          73: 11-1 8
          74: 2-7 8
Abbott, Brad 94: 8-25 1
-, Chuck 73: 6-28 4
-, Jim
          82: 4-15 Accent 1
          83: 4-28 Accent 4; 7-14 4; 7-21 1
-, Tyrell 92: 11-18 2 (P)
Abboud, Bridget
          2000: 8-31 6
          2000: 4-5 7
-, Jeff 79: 3-22 1
ABC (group) 85: 10-10 9
ABC Rexall Drug Store (business)
          73: 3-1 Fashion 5
          76: 2-12 1
          89: 2-9 12
ABC news 81: 10-22 4
Abdul-Jabbar, Kareem
          96: 2-22 1; 3-28 2; 4-4 1 (P)
          97: 4-3 5
Abegglen, Jon 2002: 4-11 7
-, Kim 77: 3-24 7
-, Nick 2002: 3-14 5, 4-4 5; 4-11 6; 4-18 6
Abel, Rob R 80: 3-27 6
Abels, Scott
          86: 11-13 WSE 2 (P)
          88: 10-27 9; 12-8 9 (P)
          89: 3-2 6 (P)
Abeney, David 72: 9-28 10
Abernathy, Lisa 90: 9-13 12 (P)
Abernethy, Dan
          71: 1-7 7; 1-14 4; 2-11 6; 4-22 4
          92: 10-22 7
Abignale, Frank (see also Abagnale) 80: 9-18 1 (P)
Abler, Steve „Beev‟
          95: 10-19 2 (P)
          96: 4-25 2 (P)
          98: 11-12 4
Abominable Snowman (putative organism) 72: 10-26 7
Abood, Kayleen
          89: 1-26 10; 2-2 12; 2-23 2; 3-16 11; 3-30 10; 4-27 4; 5-4 1
          90: 1-25 2; 2-1 11; 2-8 12, 13; 2-15 4, 8; 2-22 4, 10; 3-8 10, 11, 12; 3-29 11, 12; 4-5 6; 4-
                  12 2, 6, 10; 4-19 6; 4-26 6, 11; 5-3 6; 9-13 14; 9-20 4; 9-27 10; 10-4 4; 10-11 11;
                  10-25 6; 11-8 11; 11-15 11; 12-6 15
          91: 1-24 6; 2-7 12, 13; 2-14 4; 2-21 2; 4-4 1; 4-11 4; 4-18 10; 4-25 2, 3; 9-19 1; 9-26 11;
                  10-10 12; 10-17 4; 10-24 6; 10-31 4; 11-14 4; 11-21 4; 12-5 12
          92: 4-16 Special Section 2, 12
-, Thomas (Tom)
          71: 2-25 6
          72: 1-13 4; 2-3 1 (P); 2-10 1; 2-17 1, 2; 2-24 3, 5; 3-2 2; 3-2 Supp 1 (P); 3-10 10; 3-16 1,
                  2; 3-23 1; 4-6 1; 4-13 1, 2; 4-20 1; 4-27 1, 4; 5-4 1; 8-31 1, 2 (P), 3; 9-7 1 (P), 2
                  (P); 9-14 2 (P), 5; 9-21 1, 2 (P); 9-28 1, 2 (P); 10-12 1, 2; 10-19 1, 2 (P); 10-26 1
                  (P); 11-2 1, 2 (P), 6; 11-9 1, 2 (P); 11-16 2 (P), 8; 11-30 1, 2 (P)
          73: 1-11 1, 2 (P); 1-18 1, 2 (P); 1-25 1, 2 (P); 2-1 1, 2; 2-15 1, 2 (P); 2-22 2; 3-1 1, 8; 3-8
                    1, 2 (P); 3-22 1; 4-3 9; 4-5 2 LTE; 5-10 1
-, Willie II (Will)
          94: 11-10 11 (P)
          96: 10-10 7
          97: 2-6 5; 10-23 10; 11-13 6
          98: 2-26 8; 4-16 1, 4
abortion
          71: 1-7 8
          75: 3-6 1
          80: 1-24 2
          85: 11-21 1
          88: 2-18 6
          89: 2-2 1; 7-13 3
          94: 3-31 9
          96: 9-12 6
          98: 1-22 4
-, debate on 92: 4-23 6
-, proposed restrictions on 93: 2-25 1, 9
-, support following 92: 2-27 9
abortion rights 89: 11-16 2
„About Last Night” (film) 88: 5-5 2
„About Men: For Men and Women‟ (course) 77: 1-13 3 Academic Advising
          76: 11-4 5
          78: 9-14 3, 12
          80: 9-18 6; 11-6 3
Abrahamson, Wendy 85: 4-11 13, 14; 4-16 5; 4-18 11
Abramson, Alvin
          96: 1-18 2
          97: 10-30 8
Abresch, Cheryl 72: 4-27 1
-, Phylis 74: 1-17 5; 12-12 8
 „Absence of Malice‟ (film) 82: 9-9 1, 4
absentee ballots 72: 11-9 1
Abshier, Morris (Moorie, Morey, Morrie, Morry)
          71: 3-25 4; 4-29 5; 9-23 4; 9-30 4
          72: 1-13 3; 2-10 1; 2-24 4; 4-6 3; 5-4 3; 9-21 7
          73: 9-27 1
Abts, Cathy
          93: 11-18 2 (P)
          94: 2-3 6 (P)
AC DC (group) 88: 4-21 6
Acacia (social fraternity)
          71: 2-18 5; 3-11 3; 5-6 4; 9-16 6; 11-11 4
          72: 1-13 3; 2-3 3; 2-10 4; 2-24 4; 3-9 3
          73: 1-18 3; 3-29 1
academic advising
          76: 11-4 5
          78: 9-14 3, 12
          80: 9-18 6; 11-6 3
          83: 1-20 3
          91: 3-7 10; 3-14 10; 10-17 10; 10-24 12; 11-7 4
          92: 2-13 12; 3-12 4
          93: 1-21 11; 3-11 10; 10-14 14; 10-21 12
          94: 10-27 9
          95: 10-12 14; 10-19 1, 10; 10-26 11; 11-2 1, 10; 11-11 6
         96: 10-17 9
         97: 10-16 2
         98: 9-24 2; 10-1 2
         99: 3-25 2
         2002: 9-5 2
Academic Advising Center
         74: 9-5 1
         75: 4-10 1
         76: 3-25 4
         77: 9-1 8
         78: 8-31 3
         79: 8-30 9
         83: 1-20 3
         94: 2-3 11; 2-10 10; 2-17 10
Academic Advising Council 76: 10-21 3
Academic Advising Task Force 74: 3-21 3
academic advisors 76: 9-29 9
-, survey of students‟ opinion of 77: 5-5 8
-, value of 80: 9-18 6
Academic Affairs Council, dissolution of 71: 3-11 5
Academic All-Americans All-RMAC list 2001: 11-15 6
academic amnesty 95: 11-11 1
academic calendar 88: 11-3 1; 11-10 1; 11-17 1; 12-8 2
-, changes to
         76: 2-19 4
         83: 12-8 1
Academic Computer Planning Group
         84: 12-6 1
         85: 1-17 1
Academic Computing, Faculty Senate request for director of 90: 3-8 1
academic cheating
         83: 2-10 3; 11-17 Accent 3
         84: 10-2 2
         98: 10-1 3
academic dishonesty
         83: 2-10 3
         90: 4-19 2
         91: 10-3 6
         93: 4-8 4
         95: 2-16 1, 8
Academic Dishonesty Policy
         91: 10-3 6
         93: 4-8 4
         98: 10-1 6
academic freedom 71: 5-20 2
Academic Improvement Scholarship 95: 11-11 2
Academic Planning Group 83: 12-2 1
academic probation
         92: 4-30 4
         93: 3-11 4
         2002: 1-31 8
-, procedure for appeal of 89: 4-13 1
Academic Program Review 92: 4-2 10
academic programs, limit on number of credits required for 86: 1-30 1
academic reviews of departments 86: 3-13 2
Academy Awards
        95: 3-16 12
        98: 3-19 8; 4-2 8
        99: 2-11 6; 3-25 4
        2000: 2-24 4
        2001: 2-15 4; 3-29 5
        2002: 2-14 10
Accent on AIDS (newspaper feature in Antelope)
        92: 4-16 1-16
        93: 3-11 2; 10-21 1
Accepting the Challenge of My Emotions see ACME
accessibility of campus facilities to handicapped
        90: 11-20 6
        2001: 9-27 1
accident, procedure in case of 91: 12-5 11
Acconci, Vita 88: 9-1 2
Accounting Society
        89: 10-19 6; 11-16 6
        90: 3-8 6; 3-29 6; 4-5 6; 9-20 4; 10-4 12; 10-25 14; 11-8 12; 12-6 17
        91: 1-31 12; 2-7 4, 14; 2-21 12; 3-7 10; 4-18 12; 8-29 1; 9-19 12; 10-17 10; 11-21 16; 12-
                  5 16
        92: 2-20 10; 3-5 10; 4-9 10; 9-17 16; 10-8 13; 10-22 14; 11-5 12; 11-12 14
        93: 1-21 13 ; 2-18 12; 3-4 10; 4-8 10
        94: 1-20 11
        95: 1-19 12; 1-26 12; 2-2 12; 2-9 12; 2-16 8; 3-16 13; 4-6 12; 4-13 12; 4-27 15; 11-11
                  10; 11-16 14; 11-30 11; 12-7 19
        96: 1-18 9; 1-25 9; 2-2 9; 2-8 15; 2-15 11; 4-18 10
-, sponsorship of tour by 91: 10-3 12
accreditation
        83: 2-10 1; 9-29 8
        84: 3-29 1; 4-12 3
        94: 3-31 1, 11; 4-7 11; 9-15 6
-, UNK request for 92: 11-5 6
Accueil Familial des Jeunes Etrangers 72: 11-9 4

Accurso, Frank
          79: 3-29 1
          80: 3-13 1; 11-13 10
Ace Irrigation and Manufacturing Company (business) 78: 11-2 5
Aces Professional Frisbee Team 79: 9-6 1
Ach, Deb
          77: 11-3 7; 11-17 8
          78: 3-16 8
Ackerman, Ann
          84: 10-23 22
          86: 10-9 1
-, Shelli 86: 5-1 6 (P)
-, Troy 90: 9-20 2 (P)
Achyeampong, Kwaka 72: 1-20 3
Ackerman, Brenda 74: 11-21 1; 12-5 5
-, Lyle 74: 11-21 1
Ackles, Kylee 2000: 9-28 6
Acklie, Kim 2002: 9-19 2 (P)
ACM see Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
ACME (Accepting the Challenge of My Emotions)
          96: 2-8 15; 2-15 11; 2-22 9; 4-4 9; 4-11 11; 4-18 10; 4-25 17; 8-29 13; 9-12 13; 9-19 11
          2000: 9-14 2; 9-21 2; 9-28 2; 10-5 2; 10-26 2; 11-9 2; 11-16 2; 11-30 2; 12-7 2
         2001: 2-1 7
Acorns (band) 91: 4-18 1
acquaintance rape
         88: 2-11 2
         90: 8-30 14
Acquaintance Rape Awareness Seminar 97: 10-23 11
Acquazzino, Anna (Ann, Anne)
         76: 10-7 1
         78: 9-14 4
         79: 9-6 1; 11-29 Encounter 2 (P)
         80: 2-14 1 (P)
-, Chris 2000: 1-20 2 (P)
-, Tony 79: 3-29 12
Acquisition Task Force 72: 8-31 3
ACT (examination) 2001: 12-6 7
ACT scores
         84: 4-5 4
         88: 10-12 6
ACT-APP 76: 6-17 1
ACTION (federal agency)
         72: 1-20 5
         73: 3-22 1; 10-4 4; 10-25 4
Action Committee 77: 1-27 4
Action Employment (business) 75: 5-1 1
Active Andy (puppet) 82: 7-22 5
active solar design 81: 1-29 5
Active Students of Kearney (ASK)
         77: 10-20 1; 12-8 9
         78: 11-9 1
Activist Campaign Team 88: 12-1 1; 12-8 6
Activities Action Line
         75: 9-18 7
         76: 1-15 3
         78: 10-5 4
Activities Carnival 72: 9-7 1
Activities Mart
         73: 5-10 4; 8-30 3; 9-13 3, 4
         74: 9-5 1
         75: 9-18 6; 10-30 3; 11-6 4; 11-13 6
Acton, Megan
         2000: 11-16 7
         2001: 2-8 6; 11-8 10
Ad Hoc Committee on Gender Bias 92: 9-17 14; 10-15 1, 11; 10-22 11
ADA
         92: 2-27 6; 4-16 1; 10-8 1
         96: 3-14 4
         99: 11-4 2
Adair, Jason 88: 2-18 2; 9-15 2 (P)
-, Terry 2002: 2-7 2
Adam, Alan 72: 4-27 1
-, Ben 95: 3-2 8
-, Bob
         97: 4-24 5; 11-6 4
         2000: 4-5 2 (P)
-, Catherine 89: 8-31 13 (P)
-, Deb 81: 10-1 1; 10-8 8
-, Don (see also Adams)
         77: 7-21 7
         78: 2-23 6; 8-31 1
         79: 11-1 1
-, Doug 71: 2-25 4
-, Myrene 71: 10-21 3
Adams, Ansel 85: 11-14 6
-, Barb
         74: 11-14 4
         75: 5-1 8
         76: 10-14 3
         77: 5-5 1
-, Becky 71: 2-18 7
-, Bob 75: 2-6 3
-, Brian 2001: 1-18 2
-, Bryan 83: 4-28 2
-, Cathy 71: 3-4 5; 3-25 4
-, Charlie 82: 1-28 1; 6-17 Supplement 1
-, Dewey 75: 1-16 3
-, Dick 72: 10-12 10
-, Don Sr 90: 11-8 1
-, Donald (Don) (see also Adam)
         77: 9-1 6
         78: 2-16 179: 9-27 11 (P); 3-8 1
-, Dwight
         71: 3-11 5; 3-25 5; 4-15 3; 5-20 3, 5; 10-28 6; 11-4 3
         72: 3-9 3; 4-20 7; 4-27 1; 6-22 1; 11-16 4
         73: 7-12 8; 9-13 8; 9-27 6; 10-11 1; 11-7 3; 12-13 4
         74: 1-17 5; 4-4 4; 5-9 1; 11-14 1
         75: 10-2 3; 11-6 4; 12-18 3, 8
         76: 2-19 8; 11-18 5; 12-9 1
         77: 2-17 1 (P); 3-24 3; 4-7 1
         80: 10-9 7
         82: 9-23 5
         83: 5-5 1; 9-22 10; 11-17 5; 12-8 1
         84: 4-5 5; 9-6 12
         85: 5-2 9
         86: 7-31 8; 10-9 1
         87: 2-12 11
         88: 2-4 8
-, Eugene 82: 6-24 7
-, Francis 74: 4-1 2
-, Gary 73: 9-27 1
-, Gina
         91: 1-31 4
         93: 1-28 2 (P)
         94: 11-10 12
-, Greg
         75: 11-6 8
         76: 3-4 6 (P); 5-6 6; 10-21 3
         77: 2-24 6; 4-21 7 (P); 10-6 14; 10-27 5; 11-17 8
         78: 1-26 4; 5-4 15
         79: 9-13 4 (P)
-, Jack
         71: 9-30 5; 10-21 1
         72: 10-26 4
-, Jana
         72: 10-12 4
         74: 11-21 5
-, Jane 73: 4-3 9
-, Jeff
         76: 11-11 3
         77: 1-20 3; 2-10 9; 2-17 3; 9-29 1; 10-20 3
         78: 2-2 3; 6-22 7; 6-29 6 (P); 11-30 1
         79: 3-22 4
-, Jerry 75: 2-27 4
-, Jim 74: 2-14 6
-, John 2001: 4-19 2 (P)
-, Karen 87: 5-7 4
-, Kevin 78: 10-26 7
-, Kristen, 89: 10-5 11
-, Laurie
         77: 7-14 1
         79: 5-3 2 LTE
-, LeEtta 82: 4-22 4
-, Lois 71: 9-9 2
-, Madjel 79: 2-15 2 LTE
-, Marcus
         90: 12-13 1 (P)
         91: 2-14 5 (P)
-, Marianne
         81: 10-8 1; 10-22 3; 11-12 1
         82: 3-25 6 (P); 4-15 1 (P); 4-22 3
-, Mark 97: 10-16 2 (P)
-, Mary Anne (Mary Ann)
         71: 9-9 2; 9-23 4; 9-30 4; 10-14 3; 10-21 4; 10-28 4; 11-4 4
         72: 3-16 6; 4-20 6; 8-31 6, 7; 9-21 7; 10-19 4; 11-30 4
         73: 1-25 4; 2-22 4; 3-22 3; 4-5 1; 4-12 5; 8-30 8; 9-13 8; 9-27 6; 10-4 1; 10-25 3; 11-7 5;
                  12-6 1
         74: 1-17 3; 2-21 1; 6-27 1; 8-29 1, 5
         75: 7-17 1; 8-29 10
-, Maye 85: 4-16 1
-, Mike
         77: 3-17 7
         87: 2-19 2
-, Patch 98: 11-19 2; 12-3 2, 3
-, Rita 83: 7-14 4
-, Rodney 71: 3-11 3; 3-25 4
-, Scott
         71: 2-4 5, 6; 2-11 6; 2-18 8; 3-11 6; 3-18 8; 3-25 2; 9-23 6; 10-28 8; 12-9 8; 12-16 4
         72: 1-20 5; 1-27 6; 2-3 6; 2-10 6; 2-17 6; 3-9 6; 4-6 6
         73: 1-18 6 (P); 1-25 7; 2-15 9; 2-22 7; 3-8 7 (P); 3-22 7
-, Steven 94: 11-17 10
-, Terri
         73: 10-4 7; 12-6 7
         74: 2-28 4
-, Tim 72: 5-4 3
-, Timoree
         2000: 12-7 9
         2001: 9-13 11
-, Tom 84: 6-14 7
-, Wynne Vanessa (Wynn)
         78: 12-7 6
         79: 4-5 3; 4-12 1
         80: 1-31 1 (P)
         81: 12-3 1
         84: 3-23 785: 2-7 6; 2-12 6 (P), 7
         96: 3-7 1, 4, 9; 3-14 13
         97: 3-20 9
         99: 1-21 2; 1-28 2
         2000: 1-27 1; 2-24 1, 7
         2001: 2-15 7
„Adam‟s Rib‟ (film)
         77: 1-13 5; 2-3 8; 3-24 3
         80: 9-11 8; 11-13 3
Adamson, Beverly 79: 9-6 5
-, James R 74: 3-21 1
-, Kevin
         78: 3-16 8, 9
         81: 4-9 6
-, Reed 95: 2-2 11
-, Sandy 73: 12-20 5
-, Sharon 79: 12-13 7
ADAPT (Accent on Developing Abstract Processes of Thought) (workshop) 77: 1-13 3
„Adapted Aquatics‟ (course) 79: 2-15 3
„Adapted Aquatics Instructor Course 79: 4-5 1
Adaptive Aquatics (course)
         83: 12-8 4
         92: 11-5 5
Adaptive Equipment Center 99: 11-4 2; 11-11 2; 11-18 2
Adaptive Physical Education graduate program, demise of 2002: 9-19 9
„Addictive Relationships‟ (video) 90: 4-26 6
Addison, Alan 96: 3-14 9
ADDY Awards
         96: 4-25 17
         2002: 2-21 1
Addy, Darren C
         98: 12-10 6
         99: 4-29 4 LTE, 11-18 3 LTE
         2000: 1-20 7
         2001: 11-29 3
         2002: 10-17 1; 10-31 2; 11-7 2; 11-14 2
-, Jasmine 2001: 10-11 2
-, Rebecca G
         99: 3-25 2 (P)
         2000: 2-22 8; 10-4 2 (P)
         2002: 4-25 10; 5-2 6 (P)
Adekson, Simeon Adewale 74: 4-1 6 (P)
Adelman, Bob 81: 11-12 1; 12-3 6 (P)
-, Kenneth 90: 2-8 1; 2-15 2; 4-5 1; 4-12 4
-, Mike 2002: 10-17 9; 11-21 1
Adelson, Tammy 88: 12-8 6
Adelung, Les
         80: 11-6 9
         81: 11-19 10
         82: 1-21 8; 1-28 7; 2-4 8; 2-11 8; 2-18 10, 12; 2-25 8; 3-4 6 (P), 8; 9-30 13; 11-11 9; 11-
                 18 7 (P); 11-24 4; 12-2 4; 12-9 10
          83: 1-20 7, 8; 1-27 6; 2-3 8 (P); 2-10 11; 2-17 7 (P); 2-24 9; 3-3 10; 3-17 7; 3-24 7 (P), 8;
                  4-6 7; 11-17 8
          91: 2-20 2 (P)
          93: 2-4 2 (P)
Adelung, Sheree (Sheralee)
          71: 4-1 4; 4-22 4; 5-13 4
          73: 2-15 6
Aden, Dave „Moses‟
          74: 11-21 5
          75: 2-27 8; 3-6 7; 4-17 7; 5-1 7; 5-8 6 (P), 8; 8-29 13
-, DeAnn (DeAnna)
          88: 12-8 1
          89: 1-12 2
-, Jim 88: 4-21 4 (P); 8-25 5
-, Jodi
          92: 2-20 2 (P)
          93 2-4 2 (P)
-, Kenneth (Ken)
          75: 12-4 8
          77: 10-20 1 (P); 11-3 7
          78: 12-14 3
          79: 9-6 5
-, Lachelle 92: 2-6 5 (P)
-, Sara 88: 4-7 1
-, Susie
          81: 5-7 7 (P)
          82: 1-28 5 (P)
Adiekweh, Beth (see also Adieqweh)
          88: 8-4 6; 9-1 1; 9-8 13; 10-6 2; 10-12 4, 11; 12-1 2
          89: 1-19 6; 2-16 1, 10; 3-2 3 LTE; 3-30 6; 4-20 9; 4-27 6; 6-29 8; 7-27 8; 8-31 2; 10-12
                  10, 11; 11-16 12
          90: 1-25 1; 4-19 1; 8-30 11; 9-6 1; 9-13 13; 9-27 1; 10-11 15; 11-8 10
          91: 1-31 11
-, Ken 90: 9-27 2
Adieqweh, Beth (see also Adiekweh) 88: 8-25 1; 9-1 6
adjunct faculty 97: 3-20 4
Adkins, Amy 2000: 3-9 4
-, Kendra
          74: 12-12 3
          75: 2-27 9
          77: 3-24 1
Adkisson, Ken (Kenny)
          77: 2-24 8; 11-17 7
          78: 11-16 10, 11
          79: 1-11 1 (P), 9; 1-18 10; 2-15 10 (P); 3-15 1; 3-22 14 (P); 4-5 10 (P); 11-1 9 (P); 11-29
                  8; 12-13 9, 10
          80: 3-13 1, 9; 4-3 4 (P); 6-19 8; 9-11 10
Adle, Julie 87: 4-16 4
Adler, Mortimer J 88: 9-8 5
Administration Building
          80: 7-3 3
          81: 3-5 3
          84: 4-12 9
          88: 1-28 4
          91: 10-10 5 (P)
-, art gallery in
          75: 9-5 7
          76: 9-16 4
-, columns uf 75: 6-19 1
-, demolition of
          74: 8-29 1
          84: 1-26 1; 6-21 1, 8; 6-28 8; 7-12 4; 7-19 7; 8-30 10, 15, 29
-, disposal of furniture from 84: 3-1 6
-, history of 80: 6-19 5
-, plans to demolish 75: 6-26 6
-, reuse of materials from 84: 8-30 15, 29
administrative offices, computerization of 88: 9-8 2
Administrative Structure Review Committee 76: 10-14 4; 11-18 5
administrators‟ salaries, increase in 91: 7-18 1
admissions 79: 3-20 1
-, use of interns by 78: 3-8 5
Admissions Office
          75: 2-20 3; 9-5 8
          77: 1-27 4
          81: 2-19 4
          86; 7-17 4
          88: 7-28 6
          96: 9-26 1
-, move of 73: 11-15 6
admissions policies
          72: 2-24 5
          76: 6-17 1
          84: 9-13 1
          85: 4-18 3; 11-14 1; 9-25 4; 9-27 1, 3; 10-11 1, 3
admissions standards
          86: 4-24 1; 7-8 1
          87: 11-12 1
          88: 9-1 1
          91: 9-26 1
          92: 2-20 1; 4-23 1; 10-8 1; 11-12 1
          93: 1-21 1; 2-4 1
          97: 9-4 1, 10
          98: 1-29 4
Admissions Center see Ron Cope Admissions Center
Admundson, Steve (see also Amundson) 97: 9-25 7
Adolescent pregnancy Prevention Week 87: 2-12 6
adolescent rebellion 75: 4-17 5
Adopt-A-Grandparent Program
          78: 1-19 8; 11-30 5
          79: 9-20 1
          80: 3-6 4; 9-11 9
          82: 12-9 1
          83: 10-20 9
          84: 9-6 13
          89: 12-7 4
Adopt-A-Highway, as charity of Alpha Phi Omega 90: 9-27 6
Adopt-A-Highway Program
          91: 2-14 4
          94: 4-7 1
Adopt-A-Loper Program 90: 3-29 10
Adopt-A-Building Program
          94: 10-27 9
         95: 2-16 1; 9-21 2; 10-19 4; 10-26 6; 11-2 4; 11-11 4
         98: 4-30 4
Adopt-A-Family Program
         94: 1-27 6
         97: 12-11 1, 6
Adopt-A-Grandparent Program 92: 10-8 10
adoption
         83: 3-31 5
         90: 3-29 1, 6
         96: 4-11 4
         2001: 11-8 3
Adoption Center see The Adoption Center
Adorian, Szuszanna (see also Adorjan) 97: 11-6 2
Adorjan, Szuszanna (see also Adorian) 97: 10-23 12; 10-30 2
Adult and Continuing Education Association of Nebraska 85: 3-5 2
Adult Association for retarded Children 71: 3-18 7
Adult Basic Education 94: 4-7 10
-, granting of credit for teaching 89: 2-23 6
Adult Children of Abuse 91: 10-10 11
Adult Children of Abuse Support Group 90: 10-4 12; 10-11 17; 10-25 14; 11-1 12; 11-8 12; 11-15
         14; 11-20 14; 12-6 17
Adult Children of Alcoholics
         84: 9-13 2; 9-18 2
         89: 4-20 6
         90: 3-1 6
         92: 2-13 12; 2-27 10; 3-12 11; 3-19 10; 4-9 10; 4-16 10; 4-30 14; 9-24 14; 10-1 14; 10-8
                  13; 10-15 14; 10-22 14; 10-29 14; 11-5 12; 11-12 14; 11-18 12; 12-10 15
         93: 9-23 10
„Adult Children of Alcoholics‟ (video) 90: 4-26 6
Adult Children of Alcoholics Workshop 87: 11-5 2
Adult Continuing Studies Program 72: 9-14 3; 9-28 1
Adult Fitness Program 90: 9-6 11; 9-13 13
Advanced Advertising and Design (course), billboard project of 89: 9-28 10
Advanced Advertising Design (course) 86: 11-6 1
Advanced Driving Techniques (course)
         83: 10-6 7
         91: 2-7 14; 2-14 10
         93: 12-2 2
         94: 1-27 2, 9; 3-31 2; 4-28 13; 9-29 2; 10-27 2; 12-1 2
         95: 4-6 2; 8-31 2; 9-28 2; 10-5 2
„Advanced Handicapping Horses‟ (minicourse) 76: 2-12 10; 2-19 5; 3-18 4; 4-1 7; 4-8 4
advanced instructional motorcycle safety course 75: 11-13 6
Advanced Placement examinations 89: 3-2 10; 3-16 12
Advanced Placement (AP) Program
         71: 1-7 6
         95: 10-19 1
„Advanced Plastics‟ (course) 72: 2-10 5
Advanced Plastics Technology (course) 86: 7-24 7
Advanced Winter Workshop for Treatment of Addictive Disorders 86: 1-30 4
Advent 78: 11-30 5
Advent Concert 81: 12-10 1
Adventure Travel Agency (business) 98: 3-5 8
Adventure Travel Service (business)
         81: 7-16
         83: 2-24 6
         85: 4-2 15
          88: 2-4 4
          98:2-5 7
Adventures in Chemistry Camp 2002: 3-7 2; 4-4 2
advertising 80: 12-11 Encounter 10
-, cuts in business 75: 1-30 1
-, major in 73: 1-25 3
Advertising Design (course), art show by students in 84: 12-6 2; 12-11 2; 12-13 2
 „Advertising in the Wake of 9/11‟ 2002: 2-21 3
Advertising/Public Relations Club
          2000: 2-24 2
          2001: 2-15 8; 11-8 2; 11-15 9 (P); 11-29 2
          2002: 2-21 4; 4-11 1; 10-17 8; 11-14 8
advising, co-curricular 85: 9-5 1
Advising and Counseling Center 84: 9-6 13; 12-4 6
Advising Center
          76: 11-4 5; 12-9 7
          79: 3-29 1
          80: 6-19 7
          93: 11-4 12; 11-11 14
Advisory Council for Vocational and Technical Education 73: 1-25 1
Advocacy Day 97: 4-24 2
AErho
          91: 2-14 3; 8-29 1
          94: 4-14 4
Aerobic Dance 81: 10-29 3
aerobic dancing 82: 2-4 5
aerobics classes
          81: 10-22 3; 11-12 3; 12-10 3
          85: 2-5 14
          86: 4-10 4; 11-6 8
          87: 4-30 6
          88: 3-17 6
          89: 2-16 9
          90: 3-29 8
          92: 1-30 5; 3-12 12; 3-19 10; 4-2 12; 4-16 10; 4-23 12
          93: 11-18 5
Aerobics Dance 81: 11-5 3
Aerobics Dance Class
          81: 11-19 3
          82: 9-16 5; 9-23 7; 9-30 9
Aerobics Group 82: 2-25 3; 4-15 3; 4-29 3
Aerosmith (group) 89: 10-19 13
Aerospace Education Wokshop
          82: 7-1 4
          84: 6-21 5
          86: 7-10 2
          90: 6-28 2
aerospace workshop
          75: 7-10 6
          79: 4-26 1
Aetna Insurance Company (business) 82: 11-18 Accent 5
Afanador, Angelica
          92: 11-5 2
          94: 2-10 6
          96: 3-14 6 (P)
Affirmative Action
          81: 4-30 4
          91: 10-17 10
Affirmative Action Commission
          74: 4-11 1
          75: 12-4 3
          76: 2-12 10
          78: 10-26 5
          79: 11-1 8
          84: 4-26 3
          86: 5-8 2
          88: 4-7 2; 4-14 2
          89: 4-20 2; 4-27 2
-, establishment of 73: 11-15 6
Affirmative Action Committee
          76: 1-22 3
          77: 3-31 6
          84: 5-3 3
Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity Office
          91: 10-24 1
          94: 4-14 4; 12-8 4
Affirmative Action Program 74: 12-5 1
Affirmative Action Workshop 75: 11-6 4
Afganastan, Anullah 91: 3-7 2 (P)
Afghanistan
          90: 2-22 1, 6
          2001: 10-4 3; 10-11 1, 3; 11-1 1; 11-15 1
-, Soviet occupation of 88: 4-18 4
afghans, fundraising UNK 97: 9-18 5
African American History Month 97: 2-13 4
African Beats (band) 87: 7-16 7
African Heritage Association 92: 4-16 1; 4-30 14
African-American Award 95: 2-2 1
„Afro Psalms‟ (exhibit)
          2001: 1-18 8
          2002: 9-5 2; 9-12 2; 9-19 2; 9-26 2; 10-3 2; 10-10 2; 10-17 2; 10-31 2; 11-7 2; 11-14 2;
                  11-21 2; 12-5 2; 12-12 2
After School Sports 73: 4-26 3
After the Order (band) 2002: 5-2 6
„Afterburner‟ (recording) 85: 12-5 10
Afternoon Cinema 76: 11-4 1, 3; 11-18 4
Ag Land Committee 84: 10-9
Aga, Diana
          99: 10-28 9
          2000: 4-27 1 (P)
Against the Flow (band) 98: 1-15 2
Agard, Barry
          97: 9-18 8 (P)
          98: 4-30 9
-, Julia (Julie)
          71: 9-9 1
          73: 1-11 1
          74: 8-29 1; 11-21 4
          76: 12-9 3
          77: 2-3 1 (P); 2-10 2 LTE
          78: 2-23 2 LTE
          81: 7-16 8
          85: 11-21 2
          90: 1-25 2; 4-19 6
          91: 2-7 1
          95: 3-16 2
          96: 2-22 6
          97: 3-6 1, 8; 12-11 1
age of majority, change in 72: 3-16 1, 6
aged, sunbathing memories of 78: 4-20 6
Agena, Darwin 81: 4-9 5
-, Joel
          81: 4-9 8 (P)
          82: 4-22 6 (P)
          84: 3-29 5; 4-26 (P)
Agency for International Development 84: 11-6 2
Agent, Earl
          72: 9-21 1
          74: 9-26 5
Agent Orange 94: 2-17 4
Agent Orange (work of art) 91: 10-3 5
Agent Orange Class Assistance Program 94: 2-17 4
Agherrabi, Faizal (Faical) 86: 12-4 5; 12-11 9
Agler, Mary 96: 1-25 9
Agnew, Spiro T
          72: 3-23 1
          73: 4-5 1; 10-18 3
- -, resignation of 73: 10-18 1
-, William 97: 4-10 1; 4-24 12
Agoston, Andres (Andras)
          97: 10-23 12; 10-30 2; 11-6 2
          2000: 11-2 2
agricultural crisis 85: 3-5 6, 14
-, effect on students of 87: 1-29 5
agricultural land values 84: 10-9 1
agriculture, effect of fuel shortage on US 74: 4-1 4
 „Agriculture Chemistry‟ (course) 76: 11-4 9
aggression 88: 12-8 4
aggression control program 88: 2-18 6
Aguallo, Victoria 94: 1-20 12
Aguilar, Mark 78: 4-20 1
-, Ray 2000: 9-21 4
-, T C 95: 8-24 9; 10-26 7 (P)
Aguilar, Zoraya 90: 3-8 13
„Ah, Wilderness!‟ (play)
          84: 10-18 11
          85: 2-28 2; 3-5 2; 4-11 2; 4-16 2; 4-18 2
Ahalt, Dawson 75: 3-20 1
Ahl, Cathy 91: 10-24 4
Ahlschwede, Mitchell 2001: 11-29 3
Ahmed, Tahmid
          94: 4-7 2; 10-27 2
          97: 2-20 3 LTE
Ahrendts, Harold L
          71: 3-18 7; 3-25 1; 4-20 11; 4-22 1
          72: 9-28 7
          73: 3-22 1; 9-13 3
          74: 2-14 4; 3-7 8
         75: 3-13 3; 11-6 4
         76: 9-16 1
         77: 1-27 6; 10-27 3; 11-3 3
         78: 8-31 11
         79: 2-1 1
         80: 12-11 4
         82: 12-9 3
         85: 7-9 4
Ahrens, Ben 2001: 10-4 10
-, Bradley A 80: 9-11 1
-, Corinne 78: 4-6 1
-, Rhonda 89: 3-30 11
-, Roger
         71: 2-4 6; 2-11 2, 6; 2-18 8; 2-25 6; 3-4 1, 6; 3-11 6; 3-25 4; 4-1 2; 4-22 6; 5-6 3; 5-20 6;
                   11-11 6; 12-2 6 (P); 12-9 7; 12-16 4
         72: 1-13 4; 1-20 1, 6; 2-3 6; 3-2 6; 3-9 1, 6; 3-16 1, 3 (P), 8; 3-23 6; 11-9 10
         73: 11-29 7; 12-13 7
-, Tammy 92: 1-30 2 (P), 5
Aid Association for Lutherans
         71: 11-18 5
         83: 2-17 4
-, scholarship of 72: 8-31 9
AIDS
         85: 10-3 6
         86: 12-11 2
         87: 4-30 4; 11-19 5
         89: 4-27 10; 11-16 2
         91: 2-14 6; 12-5 1
         93: 9-30 1; 12-2 1
         94: 1-27 1; 9-22 4
         97: 9-18 10; 9-25 7; 10-2 8
-, survey on 92: 4-16 Special Section 1-16
-, work by Brad Ericson on vaccine for 87: 4-30 4
„AIDS and the Schools‟ (symposium) 1
„AIDS in the College Community‟ (seminar) 89: 11-16 12
„AIDS: Facts, Findings, Future‟ (program) 88: 2-18 2
AIDS Memorial Quilt
         91: 12-13 1
         92: 4-30 4; 9-3 1, 12; 9-17 5
         93: 9-30 1
         95: 12-7 3
         2001: 9-13 2
AIDS testing center, establishment of 89: 10-19 4
AIDS Walk
         96: 9-26 1, 6; 10-3 1
         98: 10-15 2; 10-29 9
         2000: 9-13 2
Ailes, Mary Elizabeth 97: 9-4 6; 10-16 2
„Ain‟t Love Grand‟ (recording) 85: 10-10 9
Air Assault School 80: 2-28 5; 9-11 6
air conditioning, complaints about inadequacy of 90: 9-6 1
-, problems with 72: 6-29 4
Air Midway, Inc. (business) 95: 3-2 4
Air Midway Aircraft School 2000: 11-9 1
Airborne School 79: 9-6 5
Airkraft (Aircraft)(band) 88: 4-7 4; 12-8 2
airline travel by niversity employees 91: 9-26 1
Airstrike (band) 87: 3-5 6
Airway Computer Science Program
          85: 3-26 9; 10-3 1
          95: 4-27 2
Airway Science
          97: 9-25 7
          2000: 11-9 1
          2001: 10-4 7
Airway Science Club 95: 10-1 1
Airway Science Management Program
          83: 9-29 1
          85: 3-26 9; 10-3 1
          92: 2-6 6; 11-5 4
          94: 2-24 2
          95: 3-2 4
Airway Systems Management 95: 4-27 2
Aitkin, Benny 95: 10-12 2 (P)
Aizenberg, Susan 2002: 4-4 7; 4-25 2
Akber, Allana 95: 9-14 10
Aked, Moelle 88: 10-12 16
Aken, Ed Jr 98: 2-12 6
Akerson, Cindy 75: 3-20 1
Akert, Becky 80: 3-13 6
-, Betty 79: 11-29 6
-, Wayne 81: 10-22 7
Akin, Ed 78: 6-22 1; 12-7 1
Akins, Earnest 90: 8-30 15 (P); 12-6 15 (P)
Akita, Mayumi 87: 10-8 6
Akpan, Efiong D
          71: 3-11 3; 5-6 2; 7-1 2, 4; 7-8 1; 10-7 2 LTE; 12-16 12
          72: 4-27 1, 2; 5-4 5; 6-22 3; 7-20 4; 9-7 6; 9-14 4 (P); 9-21 6; 9-28 10
-, Joyce 72: 9-14 4 (P)
Akpaudo, Etim (Ekim) 71: 1-7 1, 2 LTE; 2-18 1; 2-25 1, 5; 3-4 2 LTE; 5-6 2
Akromis, Matt 88: 2-11 14 (P)
Aksamit, Gwen
          72: 9-14 8
          73: 3-1 5; 3-29 5
          74: 1-31 7; 4-4 5; 4-11 6; 10-10 6
-, Sandra 81: 11-12 1
-, Steve 72: 11-30 8
Ak-Sar-Ben, scholarship of
          71: 5-6 1
          72: 4-27 1
          73: 5-3 3
Ak-Sar-Ben Ball 84: 10-18 2
Ak-Sar-Ben Court of Honor Award 97: 9-11 4
Ak-Sar-Ben Scholarship
          76: 5-6 4
          95: 3-16 2
Al-Hindi, Karen Falconer 2001: 11-8 9
-, Musa 2001: 11-8 9
Al Qaeda 2001: 10-11 1; 11-1 1
Alan, Sheri Jo 84: 9-6 1 (P)
Alarcon, Evelinja 2002: 9-26 2; 10-3 2
Alaska 86: 1-30 5
-, internship in 82: 2-11 4
-, study trip to
         79: 3-29 10; 7-19 4
         86: 7-8 5
-, summer jobs in
         80: 1-17 5
         96: 9-12 10
Alavi, Shahla
         89: 8-31 11
         91: 2-14 2 (P)
-, Sharam (Shahram)
         83: 9-8 5; 9-29 1
         85: 2-21 1
         91: 2-14 2
         93: 3-11 1
-, Shayla
         95: 8-31 13; 9-21 12; 9-28 12; 10-5 16; 10-12 14; 10-19 10; 10-26 11; 11-2 10; 11-11 10;
                  11-16 14; 11-30 11; 12-7 19
         96: 1-18 9; 1-25 9; 2-15 11; 2-22 9; 3-7 2; 3-14 13; 3-28 7; 4-4 9; 4-11 11; 4-18 10; 4-25
                  17
-, Shervin
         96: 3-7 1
         98: 9-10 5
-, Von
         97: 12-4 5
         2000: 2-1 5; 2-8 6; 2-15 5, 6; 2-22 6; 3-1 5
Albanez, Tiffany 2002: 2-7 2 (P)
Alber, Brian
         95: 8-31 2 (P)
         97: 4-24 8 (P)
Albers, Chris 99: 12-9 12
-, Darrel 79: 2-22 4
-, Henry 80: 10-9 4
-, Jason
         92: 10-8 13
         95: 3-30 10
-, Matt (see also Alberts)
         94: 2-17 8
         96: 10-17 5
         97: 10-30 7; 11-13 5
         98: 9-17 7; 10-29 8; 11-19 7
-, Tom
         86; 12-4 10 (P)
         87: 9-3 5
         88: 4-7 2; 5-5 2
         89: 2-2 12; 2-9 11; 2-16 1; 2-23 4; 3-2 5; 3-16 1, 6; 3-30 12; 4-6 1; 4-13 5; 4-20 1; 4-27 1;
                  5-4 1, 3; 8-31 1, 2, 3, 17 (P); 9-7 1, 3 (P); 9-14 1, 3, 12; 9-21 1, 3; 9-28 3; 10-5 2,
                  3: 10-12 3, 5, 10, 11 (P); 10-19 1, 3; 11-2 1, 2, 3; 11-9 1, 3; 11-16 3; 11-30 3, 5;
                  12-7 1, 3
Albert, Dan 99: 11-4 1
-, Shari 98: 10-8 2 (P)
„Albert Einstein Photographed by Lotte Jacobi‟ (exhibit) 82: 11-11 8
Alberts, Cheryl 82: 4-15 Accent 3; 4-22 4
-, Jack 86: 4-10 4
-, Jamie 2002: 10-31 10
Alberts, Kathy 74: 12-5 2
-, Marilyn 90: 2-1 5 (P)
-, Matt (see also Albers) 97: 10-9 5
Albertson, John 86: 2-27 3 LTE
Albin, Bill 91: 2-7 4
-, Curt 83: 4-21 7
Albino, Tina 86: 4-17 8
Albracht, Kim (see also Albrecht)
          96: 11-21 12 (P)
          97: 9-4 10; 9-11 8 (P); 10-9 10; 11-6 8
Albrecht, Brian
          81: 3-5 8; 3-26 8; 9-10 9
          82: 4-22 10; 10-14 9
          83: 2-24 9; 3-3 8; 3-31 8; 9-22 16
-, Kaye Linn 93: 2-11 5
-, Kim (see also Albracht) 2000: 4-6 6; 9-21 4; 1-0-5 5 (P)
-, Molly 93: 2-11 5 (P)
-, Richard 93: 2-11 5
Albrecht, Scott 73: 6-28 4
Albright, Madeline 98: 4-16 1
Alco (business)
          79: 11-29 1
          80: 12-11 7
alcohol
          75: 10-23 1
          89: 10-12 1
-, arrests related to
          86: 10-2 1; 11-20 1
          87: 10-22 12
-, benefits of 2001: 4-26 12
-, consumption by minors of 98: 1-29 1
-, consumption by students of 91: 4-18 10; 4-25 2
-, dangers of 88: 12-1 14
-, effects of 93: 2-4 6
-, motor vehicle accidents related to 86: 10-9 1
-, purchase by minors of 98: 1-29 1
-, purchase by minors, compliance checks on 98: 3-5 4
-, use by students of 80: 12-11 4
alcohol abuse
          75: 2-27 3
          83: 11-17 4
          84: 11-1 18
          96: 9-19 1
          2000: 8-31 1; 9-7 1; 11-2 4; 11-9 1; 11-30 1
          2001: 2-15 1; 10-4-2001 3
          2002: 3-14 3
                   see also Greeks and alcohol
alcohol at football games 89: 9-28 1
Alcohol Awareness Committee
          81: 2-12 1; 11-12 1; 11-19 1
          86: 10-30 5
          89: 11-9 3
Alcohol Awareness Day
          85: 10-17 5
          98: 9-17 4
Alcohol Awareness Fun Run 89: 10-12 6
Alcohol Awareness Week
         81: 2-5 5; 2-12 1
         84: 4-5 5; 10-16 14
         85: 10-3 1
         88: 10-12 1; 10-27 1
         89: 10-5 6
         90: 4-12 1; 4-19 1; 4-26 1; 10-11 17; 10-25 4
         91: 8-29 14; 10-10 13
         92: 10-22 13, 14; 11-5 10; 11-12 4
         93: 11-4 9
         94: 9-15 10; 9-29 5
         95: 9-28 2; 10-12 1; 11-2 3
         96: 10-10 2
         99: 10-7 7; 10-14 1
         2000: 10-5 2; 10-12 1; 11-2 6; 11-30 1
         2001: 9-20 2; 9-27 2; 10-4 9
         2002: 10-31 1
Alcohol Education Classes
         84: 4-5 5
         91: 9-12 16; 9-26 12; 10-31 12; 11-7 6; 11-14 10; 11-21 16; 12-5 16; 12-13 14
         92: 1-23 12; 1-30 14; 2-6 14; 2-13 11, 12; 3-19 10; 4-2 12; 4-9 10; 4-30 14
         94: 10-6 12; 10-13 14; 10-20 14; 10-27 12; 11-3 10; 11-10 12
         99: 1-28 2; 2-4 2; 2-11 2; 2-25 2; 3-4 2; 3-11 2; 3-25 2; 4-1 2; 10-7 2; 10-14 2
         2000: 2-15 2; 4-5 2; 4-12 2; 4-19 2
Alcohol Education Program 89: 3-16 6
„Alcohol Offenses and the College Student‟ (lecture) 91: 4-18 10; 4-25 2
alcohol on campus
         74: 1-17 4; 2-7 1
         78: 9-14 1
         79: 4-5 8
         80: 9-11 1
         95: 10-5 1
         2001: 4-5 1
-, crackdown on 74: 9-26 6
-, push to allow
         72: 2-24 1
         74: 2-14 3; 2-21 1; 2-28 1
         75: 9-25 6; 10-23 1
-, survey on 75: 11-20 8
alcohol poisoning
         91: 11-21 6
         93: 4-15 1, 11
alcohol policy for Greeks 88: 9-15 1
„Alcohol, the Drug‟ (lecture) 71: 11-18 5
alcoholic beverages, bill to allow in-home making of 91: 3-14 1
Alcoholic Support Group 91: 9-12 16
Alcoholics Anonymous
         83: 10-20 1; 11-17 4
         84: 4-5 5
         88: 9-15 6
         92: 2-13 12; 2-27 10; 3-19 10; 4-9 10; 9-17 16; 9-24 14; 10-1 14; 10-1 13; 10-15 14; 10-
                 22 14; 10-29 14; 11-5 12; 11-12 14; 11-18 12; 12-10 15
         93: 1-28 14; 2-4 10; 2-11 12; 2-18 12; 2-25 10; 3-4 10; 3-11 10; 3-18 12; 4-1 10; 4-8 10;
                 4-15 12; 4-22 13; 4-29 15; 8-26 11; 9-2 12; 9-16 14; 9-23 10, 16; 9-30 12; 10-7
                 16; 10-14 14; 10-21 12; 10-28 16; 11-4 12; 11-11 14; 11-18 14; 12-2 14; 12-9 15
         94: 9-15 14; 9-22 12; 9-29 12; 10-6 12; 10-13 14; 10-20 14; 10-27 12; 11-3 10; 11-10 12;
                 11-17 9, 10; 12- 1 10; 12-8 14
         95: 1-19 12; 1-26 12; 2-2 12; 2-9 12; 2-16 8; 2-23 8; 3-2 8; 3-9 10; 3-30 10; 4-6 12; 4-13
                  12; 4-27 15
         96: 9-12 13; 9-19 11; 9-26 9; 10-3 9; 10-10 11; 10-17 9; 10-24 11; 10-31 9; 11-7 9; 11-14
                  9; 11-21 11; 12-5 11; 12-12 15
         97: 1-23 9; 1-30 9; 2-6 13; 2-13 8; 2-20 9; 3-20 9; 4-24 13; 5-1 19; 9-4 13; 9-11 9; 9-18
                  11; 9-25 9; 10-2 9; 10-9 9; 10-16 7; 10-23 13; 10-30 9; 11-6 7; 11-13 7; 11-20 5
         98: 11-5 7; 11-12 9; 11-19 9; 12-3 7; 12-10 13
Alcoholics Anonymous Kearney Nomads 85: 4-2 2; 4-18 2; 4-23 2; 4-25 2; 4-30 2; 5-2 2
alcoholism
         71: 12-2 3
         72: 1-13 1
         75: 2-6 3; 4-10 6
         79: 4-5 9
         80: 1-17 3
         86: 4-24 6
         93: 1-28 11
-, workshop on 76: 6-17 8
Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Council 90: 10-25 6
Aldana, Virginia 79: 11-1 6 (P)
Alden, John 97: 2-6 11
Alderman, Walter A 79: 6-14 3 LTE
Alderson, Amy 91: 12-5 1
-, Romajean (Roma)
         75: 12-18 3
         78: 3-8 1
         79: 4-5 3 (P)
Aldrich, Bertha
         73: 10-25 1, 4; 11-1 1 (P)
         74: 10-24 3; 11-6 3
         75: 11-6 2 LTE, 5, 7
-, Linda 71: 7-15 1
Aldrich Wing (of Administration Building) 88: 1-28 4
Aldridge, Jennifer (Jenny)
         99: 4-22 4; 10-14 8; 11-11 7
         2000: 4-6 6; 11-30 5
         2001: 2-8 7
Alex, Kathy 80: 4-3 3
Alexander, Ann 76: 3-18 1
-, B J
         75: 10-17 1
         79: 10-4 1
         89: 8-31 18
-, Bill
         79: 9-13 1
         80: 1-17 1; 4-3 1
-, Carl 78: 1-19 3
-, Cathy
         73: 11-7 5
         74: 1-17 5
         75: 3-20 1; 4-24 5; 6-19 4; 10-23 4
-, Cindy 75: 11-6 3
-, Dennis 71: 5-6 6
-, Donald 72: 1-27 5
-, Ilene 79: 2-1 1
-, James 78: 9-28 1; 10-26 8; 11-2 1
-, Joel
          82: 11-11 3
          83: 4-28 5
          87: 4-16 2 (P)
-, Kirk 91: 2-14 2 (P)
-, Lucy 79: 5-3 1
-, Patrick 92: 3-5 3 LTE; 3-19 3 LTE
-, Rachelle 86: 10-9 2 (P)
-, Rich
          72: 11-9 10
          73: 4-12 9
-, Ryan 94: 4-14 11
-, Tammy 92: 2-20 4
Alexander Hollaender Distinguished Postdoctoral Fellowship 94: 9-15 14
Alexander Technique 83: 3-117 1
Alford, Jane 2000: 3-2 1 (P); 4-13 1; 4-20 6
-, Tarome
          85: 8-29 3
          86: 6-25 6
          87: 2-26 1; 12-10 4
          88: 1-21 2 (P); 2-11 1; 2-25 1; 4-7 1
Alfred Hitchcock Film Festival 73: 1-18 3
Alfred P Murrah Federal Building, bombing of
          95: 4-27 1
          96: 4-18 1, 4
Alfrey, Jeff
          82: 4-1 9; 10-14 9
          83: 2-24 9; 3-31 8; 4-14 9; 4-21 7; 5-5 10; 9-22 14
          84: 3-23 12; 4-12 10; 4-26 10; 9-25 8
          85: 2-12 12; 2-21 10; 3-28 10; 4-2 21; 4-11 14; 4-16 5, 6; 4-23 5; 4-25 13; 4-30 5; 6-18 5
Algood, Eric 2002: 4-4 4 (P)
Alguinta, Maria (see also Alquinta) 75: 9-5 8
Ali, Najma
          96: 4-11 11
          97: 9-18 1 (P), 4
Alice Doesn‟t Day 75: 10-23 5; 11-6 5
 „Alien Love Secrets‟ (recording) 95: 3-30 9
„Alienation‟ (film) 89: 2-23 2
Alishore, Tamara 84: 10-9 6
 „Alive‟ (film) 93: 3-11 6
al-Khaled, Cornelia 97: 3-13 1, 2
All About Teaching (workshop series) 94: 12-1 1, 4
All By Calling
          81: 12-10 1
          82: 1-21 1; 1-28 1; 2-4 1; 9-9 3
          83: 4-14 1; 12-8 5
          85: 1-29 9
          87: 11-16 10
All Choirs Holiday Concert
          2001: 12-13 13
          2002: 12-5 2
All Faiths Chapel
          73: 8-30 7; 11-1 6
          74: 9-26 7
 „All For You‟ 2001: 4-26 13
All School Honors Day Program 85: 4-18 2; 4-23 2
All Sports Night 82: 4-1 8
All Student Art Show
         72: 3-9 4
         73: 3-1 4
         86: 4-17 6
         87: 3-5 288: 2-11 2; 2-25 2; 3-24 7
         92: 2-27 10; 3-5 5; 3-19 10
„All That Jazz‟ (film) 81: 1-15 1
“All the President‟s Men” (film)
         76: 7-15 5
         77: 9-1 4; 11-17 3
All Women Art Exhibition 87: 9-24 2; 10-1 2
Allan, Harry 85: 10-17 1
-, Mike (see also Allen)
         71: 2-25 1
         74: 10-10 3
-, W 80: 3-13 5
Allard, Julie
         86: 10-30 1
         2002: 9-12 8
-, Kenneth (Ken)
         71: 1-7 7; 1-14 4; 2-11 6; 2-25 6; 6-24 1: 7-29 1; 9-9 1; 10-7 1; 10-28 3
         72: 4-27 5; 9-14 3
         73: 3-8 1; 5-10 8; 7-26 1; 9-13 1; 9-20 4
         74: 1-17 3
Allbery, Rachelle (see also Allberry) 95: 1-26 8
-, Rhonda (see also Allberry)
         95: 1-26 8
         96: 4-18 2 (P)
Allberry, Rachel (see also Allbery)
         96: 12-5 1, 7; 12-12 3 LTE
-, Rhonda (see also Allbery) 96: 12-5 1, 7
Allberry Tom 84: 4-26 Accent 1
Allbright, Bonnie 74: 10-17 1
Allen, Barry
         71: 2-4 1; 6-24 4; 9-9 6; 9-30 6; 11-4 6; 12-9 8; 12-16 4
         72: 1-13 4; 1-20 6; 1-27 6; 2-3 6; 2-10 3; 2-17 6; 2-24 6; 3-2 6; 3-16 8; 7-27 3; 9-21 8
-, Brian
         79: 9-27 1
         2001: 2-15 6
-, David 88: 4-28 10
-, Doug 84: 10-4 13
-, Durward 73: 8-30 7
-, Gary
         84: 11-15 1
         87: 4-16 6
-, Harry
         81: 10-29 1
         84: 11-1 12
         86: 1-30 1; 2-13 1
-, Harry W 85: 1-22 2; 2-14 4 LTE; 10-10 1; 11-21 1; 12-5 1
-, Janine
         71: 4-1 4; 5-13 3
         72: 2-17 3; 3-9 5
         73: 3-8 4; 4-5 3; 5-3 3
         74: 2-21 4; 4-18 5
-, John 81: 9-17 5 (P)
-, Josh 98: 2-26 1; 4-9 1; 9-10 5
-, Mike (see also Allan)
          71: 11-4 4
          72: 4-6 3
          73: 3-22 1; 4-12 4
          75: 1-30 3; 2-27 4; 3-13 8; 4-24 5; 7-10 1
          76: 3-18 1
          84: 4-12 9
          85: 2-14 7; 4-2 7
-, Robert (Bob)
          91: 9-26 1
          93: 4-1 1
-, Steve
          83: 4-6 7; 4-14 8
          84: 2-2 12; 2-9 11; 2-16 10, 11; 2-23 8; 3-1 8; 3-23 13; 3-29 9; 4-5 11; 4-12 10; 4-26
                   Accent 1, 6; 5-3 13
          2000: 11-2 8
-, Teresa 91: 4-25 4 (P)
-, Thomas 88: 11-10 2
-, Virginia
          71: 2-11 4; 7-29 3
          82: 4-15 Accent 4
Allen-Pitts, Julie 95: 2-16 2
allergies
          93: 4-8 6
          98: 9-3 1, 5
Alley, Crystal
          2000: 11-16 6
          2002: 3-14 4 (P), 7
Alley Rose (business) 2001: 4-12 1
Allergherigen, Bill 76: 12-2 4
Allerheiliger, Gil 76: 10-14 9
Allgood, Carey 98: 10-1 1
-, Vicky (Vickie)
          75: 2-27 9; 10-9 8
          76: 3-18 7
          77: 3-24 9; 4-28 8
          78: 4-6 8; 11-9 12
Alliance Jaycees 73: 2-15 4
Allied Health Professions Educational Improvement Program 71: 4-22 5
Allied Health Program 72: 9-14 1
-, receipt of grant by 72: 6-22 2
Allied Health Services, receipt of grant by 75: 4-4 3
alligator, collection of 72: 7-13 3
Allison, Arthur 80: 12-11 Encounter 5
-, Brad 2002: 9-26 1
-, Dorothy 80: 10-23 Encounter 3
-, Gretchen
          79: 5-3 9
          80: 10-9 4
-, Lonnie
          74: 2-21 7; 4-4 6; 5-9 7
          75: 1-23 5; 3-6 7; 4-24 7; 5-8 6
          76: 2-12 9; 3-18 7
          77: 2-3 6; 2-17 7; 2-24 8; 4-21 9
-, Mike 84: 11-29 27
Allman, Audean 84: 3-23 3
Alloway, Mitch
         94: 9-1 8; 9-22 7; 10-6 7; 10-20 7
         96: 9-26 8
         97: 2-13 6; 9-4 8
         98: 4-30 10
-, Nate
         94: 9-1 8
         97: 2-13 6
-, Peg Kokes 92: 10-29 5 (P)
Allred, Dusty 90: 9-20 12
-, Jamie
         89: 4-6 9
         90: 9-20 12
All-Star Basketball Camp 77: 7-28 7
Allstate Insurance (business) 88: 2-4 4
All-Student Art Show 82: 3-18 1; 3-25 1
ALLTEL 99: 12-2 2; 12-9 2
Allum, Rick 97: 5-1 1
„Alma Mater‟ (school song) 87: 12-10 10
Al-Marzohi, Rakan 98: 10-8 2 (P)
Almost a Revolution (book) 92: 2-20 1
„Almost Famous‟ 2000: 10-26 5
Almquist, Barbara 94: 4-28 2 (P)
-, Julie
         85: 1-15 1 (P)
         87: 12-3 2
-, Linda 71: 1-14 3
-, Robert 96: 4-18 9
Aloha Bowl, selection of KSC cheerleader for 83: 12-8 4
„Along Came a Spider‟ 2001: 4-12 9
Alonsa, Jorge 76: 7-15 5 (P)
Alonso, George 80: 6-19 1
-, Greg 89: 7-20 1 (P); 11-30 1
Alpan, Cihat 73: 4-3 7 (P), 9
Alpaugh, Amanda (Mandy)
         81: 10-8 1; 10-22 3; 11-12 1
         82: 2-11 1; 4-15 1; 11-11 3
         83: 11-17 7
         84: 2-16 8; 9-13 7; 11-8 14
Alpha and Omega International Student Association 2001: 11-29 7
Alpha Chi Omega 77: 3-31 3
Alpha Delta Kappa (women‟s teaching honorary) (AUTH)
         73: 10-18 8; 10-25 4
         75: 10-17 6; 10-23 5
         77: 10-6 1
         78: 10-5 1
         79: 10-4 3
         80: 10-16 3
Alpha Delta Kappa Scholarship 79: 2-8 1
Alpha Delta Kappa Week
         78: 10-5 1
         79: 10-4 3
Alpha Delta Pi 91: 8-29 1; 9-12 4
-, sponsorship of homecoming royalty candidate by 91: 10-3 1
Alpha Epsilon Rho (broadcasting honorary) (AUTH)
         78: 4-27 10; 9-14 3; 9-28 1; 10-5 3; 10-12 12; 11-2 5
         79: 9-20 3; 11-15 3
         80: 1-10 3; 9-25 1
         81: 9-17 3; 9-24 3, 4
         91: 1-31 1; 9-26 4
         94: 10-20 11
         96: 1-18 2
Alpha Eta Rho
         92: 11-18 6; 12-10 15
         94: 8-25 12; 9-1 12; 9-15 14; 9-22 10, 12; 9-29 12; 10-6 12; 10-13 14; 10-20 14; 10-27
                  12; 11-3 10; 11-10 12; 11-17 10; 12-1 10; 12-8 14
         95: 1-19 12; 1-26 12; 2-2 12; 2-9 12; 2-16 8; 2-23 8; 3-2 8; 3-9 10; 3-16-95 13; 3-30 10; 4-
                  6 12; 4-13 12; 4-27 15
         96: 4-11 11; 4-18 10; 4-25 17
Alpha Experience 96: 2-15 6
Alpha Kappa Lambda
         71: 1-14 3; 6-24 2; 9-3 10; 9-16 6‟ 11-4 5
         72: 1-20 4; 2-10 3; 3-16 5
Alpha Mu Gamma (foreign language honorary)
         71: 1-7 3; 3-11 3; 9-3 9; 10-21 4; 10-28 4
         72: 1-27 1; 2-3 4; 3-2 3; 3-16 5; 4-27 1; 8-31 6; 10-12 10; 10-26 8; 11-30 8
         73: 1-18 1; 4-12 10; 12-6 1
         74: 2-7 3; 2-28 3; 3-7 3; 3-21 3; 4-4 8; 11-14 4
         75: 8-29 10
         79: 9-27 1; 10-28 3
         83: 3-17 6
         85: 1-15 2; 1-22 4; 1-29 2; 1-31 2; 2-12 2; 2-26 4; 4-2 2; 4-16 2; 10-10 2
         88: 3-17 2
-, book fair of 75: 3-20 1
-, donation of books to Calvin T Ryan Library by 71: 5-6 6
-, scholarship of 71: 3-11 5; 5-6 2; 5-13 4
Alpha Mu Gamma National Scholarship 74: 3-21 3
Alpha Omega Pi
         73: 11-15 4
         83: 11-10 7
Alpha Omega Players 87: 10-1 2
Alpha Omicron 75: 3-6 3
Alpha Omicron Pi
         71: 2-18 6; 3-4 5; 4-1 4; 4-29 4; 5-20 5; 9-3 9; 11-4 4
         72: 1-13 3; 2-3 4; 2-10 4; 3-9 3; 3-16 5; 4-6 5; 4-20 6; 10-12 10
         73: 1-11 4; 3-22 1
         74: 3-28 1; 4-11 3; 5-9 3; 9-5 4; 10-17 1; 11-6 4; 11-14 4
         75: 2-20 1; 3-20 1; 9-5 7; 10-23 4
         76: 9-29 4; 10-14 2 LTE, 3
         77: 3-31 6; 10-6 1, 3
         78: 10-5 3; 10-26 7
         79: 7-26 7; 8-30 3, 6; 10-11 1
         80: 2-14 1; 10-2 6
         81: 9-24 6; 10-8 3; 10-29 1; 12-3 3
         83: 2-10 1
         84: 2-9 3; 3-1 1; 10-11 1; 11-13 8
         85: 1-15 1; 8-29 8; 10-10 1
         86: 2-13 1; 2-27 1; 7-10 1; 9-11 6; 10-9 1
         87: 4-30 2, 4; 9-3 5; 10-29 4
         89: 8-31 1
         90: 8-30 5
          91: 1-31 11; 8-1 2; 8-29 11, 14
          92: 10-15 1
          94: 2-10 1; 4-28 2
          95: 3-2 1; 3-30 5; 4-13 9; 11-11 2
          96: 2-22 2; 4-4 2; 12-5 2
          97: 1-30 3; 2-20 10; 3-13 2; 4-24 2
          98: 4-16 2; 4-30 7; 10-8 1; 10-15 1
          99: 3-25 1; 4-22 4; 11-4 2
          2000: 4-20 8; 9-28 6; 11-2 4
          2001: 3-29 7; 4-12 1
          2002: 4-18 2; 4- 25 10; 5-2 13
-, bake sale of 81: 10-22 3
-, Big Brother program of 73: 3-1 4
-, charity work of
          76: 9-29 7; 10-7 4
          89: 11-9 5
          94: 4-7 1
-, gpa of 2002: 9-26 2
-, history of 87: 5-7 2
-, intruder in residence of 85: 1-31 1
-, kissing booth fundraiser of 87: 10-22 13
-, move to Case Hall of 72: 10-19 9
-, participation in Bike Bowl by
          80: 3-27 6
          87: 4-2 1; 4-30 1
          91: 5-2 1
          93: 4-29 9
          94: 4-28 1
          95: 4-13 2
          96: 4-25 1
-, participation in Homecoming by 88: 10-27 6
-, photo of house of 78: 2-23 5
-, projected occupation of pod housing by 89: 9-7 1
-, Rock-A-Thon by 78: 10-12 1
-, sponsorship of charity dance by 89: 2-23 2
Alpha Omicron Pi Basketball Tournament
          72: 11-9 12
          74: 11-21 4
Alpha Omicron Pi Girl of the Year 73: 4-19 8
Alpha Phi
          71: 2-4 4; 3-4 5; 5-20 4; 12-2 4
          72: 1-13 3; 2-3 4; 2-10 4; 2-10 4; 2-24 4; 4-20 6; 4-27 4; 5-4 4; 11-9 1
          73: 2-15 4, 6; 3-1 4; 3-29 1; 4-19 8; 5-3 8; 5-10 4; 7-12 6
          74: 3-28 1; 4-4 1; 9-5 4; 10-10 5; 10-17 1
          76: 9-29 4
          77: 2-3 3
          78: 4-20 1; 10-26 7
          79: 3-29 1; 8-30 6
          80: 3-13 1; 9-4 4; 10-2 6
          81: 3-5 1; 3-26 1; Spring 1981 Encounter 5; 9-24 6
          82: 4-22 1; 11-11 5; 11-24 3
          83: 9-15 9; 10-13 10
          84: 11-13 8
          85: 2-5 2; 2-7 2; 2-21 2; 4-23 1; 9-26 1
          86: 8-28 1; 9-11 6; 10-9 1; 10-30 5; 12-4 2
          87: 2-26 2; 4-30 4; 9-3 5; 10-29 1; 12-3 10
          89: 8-31 1
          90: 8-30 5; 10-4 2
          91: 1-31 11; 8-29 11, 14
          92: 8-27 4; 9-17 12; 10-29 13
          93: 3-11 4
          95: 3-2 4; 10-5 1
          96: 1-25 9; 2-2 2; 2-15 2; 2-22 2; 3-28 2
          97: 2-6 7; 2-20 2; 10-9 2; 10-30 10
          98: 4-30 11; 10-15 1
          99: 4-1 2
          2000: 11-2 4
          2001: 3-29 7
          2002: 2-21 2; 2-28 2; 3-7 2, 7 (P)
-, charity work of
          88: 2-4 2
          89: 11-9 5
-, community service by 94: 4-7 1
-, donation of teddy bears by 79: 12-6 1
-, fundraiser by 2002: 10-3 8
-, gpa of 2002: 9-26 2
-, history of 87: 5-7 2
-, kidnapping of bear from 91: 9-26 1
-, occupation of house by 71: 9-16 4
-, Parents‟ Weekend sponsored by 97: 4-10 2
-, participation in Bike Bowl by
          84: 3-29 5
          85: 4-30 1
          86: 4-24 1
          87: 4-2 1
          89: 5-4 1
          90: 5-3 1
          91: 5-2 1
          93: 4-29 9
          95: 4-13 2
          97: 4-24 9
-, projected occupation of pod housing by 89: 9-7 1
-, participation in Mini-Rodeo by 91: 10-10 1
-, sponsorship of Swing-A-Thon by 87: 3-5 1
-, Teeter-Totter-A-Thon by 2002: 10-3 1
-, theft of bear from
          87: 9-17 5
          94: 9-15 14
-, wallyball championship won by 95: 3-9 7
Alpha Phi Burgundy Ball 71: 12-2 4
Alpha Phi Foundation 2002: 10-3 1
Alpha Phi Omega (men‟s service honorary)
          71: 2-4 5; 3-4 3; 3-11 2, 4; 4-15 3; 5-6 4; 5-13 6; 9-3 7; 9-30 5; 12-9 6
          72: 1-20 4; 3-23 4; 10-19 1, 9; 11-2 7
          73: 2-15 1; 3-1 1; 3-22 1; 9-13 8
          74: 1-24 3; 2-7 3; 2-14 8; 2-21 4; 2-28 3; 3-21 3; 3-28 6; 4-4 4; 4-11 3; 4-18 3
          75: 2-20 4; 2-27 1; 8-29 10; 10-30 5
          76: 3-18 8; 4-29 4; 11-4 3
          77: 1-13 4; 1-20 4; 1-27 5; 2-10 3; 2-17 3; 2-24 3; 3-24 3; 3-31 5; 4-7 1, 3; 4-14 3; 4-28
                   10; 5-5 8; 9-29 5
          78: 1-12 1, 3; 1-19 1; 1-26 3; 2-16 1; 2-23 1; 3-8 3; 9-28 1; 11-9 1, 3
          79: 1-26 1; 3-1 7; 3-29 1, 8; 9-6 8; 9-20 3; 11-8 3, 10; 11-15 1, 3, 7
          80: 1-17 3; 1-24 3; 2-7 4; 3-6 6; 3-13 1; 4-24 3; 9-25 4; 11-6 1; 11-20 1; 12-4 5
          81: 1-15 3, 4; 1-22 3; 1-29 3; 2-5 1, 3; 3-5 1; 4-2 1; 9-24 6; 12-3 7
          82: 1-21 1; 2-4 6; 2-25 4; 4-1 1; 4-15 3; 4-22 6; 4-29 9; 9-9 1; 9-23 1; 9-30 1; 10-14 1; 10-
                   28 1; 11-11 5; 11-18 1
          83: 1-20 6; 1-27 3, 5; 2-3 7; 2-17 6; 2-24 8; 3-24 1; 3-31 1; 9-8 7; 9-29 1; 10-6 1; 10-13 1
          84: 1-26 3; 2-9 1; 3-1 1; 3-23 1; 3-29 5; 9-13 2, 3; 10-4 2; 10-9 2; 10-11 2; 10-23 2; 11-13
                   2; 11-15 2, 3
          85: 2-12 3; 2-26 1, 4; 4-16 1; 4-25 1; 9-5 2; 10-3 1; 10-10 1, 2; 10-17 1; 11-14 1; 11-21 1;
                   12-5 1
          86: 1-30 1; 2-13 1; 5-1 1; 5-8 2; 9-5 2; 10-30 5
          87: 2-5 1, 2, 4; 2-12 4; 4-30 2; 5-7 1; 12-3 1
          88: 2-18 1; 5-5 1; 9-29 1
          89: 9-7 1, 2; 9-28 1; 10-5 10; 10-12 1
          90: 1-25 6; 9-27 6
          91: 8-29 1; 10-24 1
          92: 2-27 10
          94: 3-3 4
          95: 8-31 13; 9-14 10; 9-21 12; 9-28 12; 10-5 16; 10-12 14; 10-19 10; 10-26 11; 11-2 10;
                   11-11 10; 11-16 14; 11-30 9, 11; 12-7 19
          96: 1-18 9; 1-25 9; 2-2 9; 2-8 96; 2-15 11; 2-22 9; 2-29 9; 3-7 2, 9; 3-14 11, 13; 3-28 7; 4-
                   4 9; 4-11 11; 4-18 10; 4-25 17; 11-14 9; 11-21 11; 12-5 11; 12-12 15
          97: 1-23 9; 1-30 9; 2-6 13; 2-13 8; 2-20 9; 2-27 9; 3-6 9; 3-13 12; 3-20 9; 4-3 9; 4-10 9; 4-
                   17 15; 4-24 13; 5-1 19; 9-4 13; 9-11 9; 9-18 11; 9-25 9; 10-2 9; 10-9 9; 10-16 7;
                   10-23 13; 10-30 9; 11-6 2; 11-6 7; 11-13 7; 11-20 5; 12-4 7; 12-11 10, 13
          98: 1-15 7; 1-22 7; 1-29-9; 2-5 9; 2-12 9; 2-19 9; 2-26 7; 3-5 9; 3-12 6; 3-19 7; 4-2 7; 4-9
                   7; 4-16 7; 4-23 9; 4-30 15; 8-27 9; 9-3 9; 9-10 9; 9-17 9; 9-24 9; 10-1 9; 10-8 11;
                   10-15 11; 10-29 2, 11; 11-5 7; 11-12 1, 9; 11-19 9; 12-3 7; 12-10 1, 13
          99: 10-28 2; 11-4 2
          2000: 2-3 2
-, car wash to benefit AIDS by 93: 11-18 6
-, dance sponsored by 82: 4-22 1
-, flea circus of 71: 12-2 4
-, fundraising car wash of 80: 4-24 1
-, musical chairs game staged by 92: 10-8 13
-, participation in Bike Bowl by
          72: 4-27 1
          77: 4-21 1
          84: 3-20 5
-, participation in Bowl-A-Thon by 92: 10-1 14
-, photo of house of 78: 2-23 5
-, sponsorship of Beach Bowl by 89: 3-30 10
-, sponsorship of bike raffle by 82: 10-7 7
-, sponsorship of book exchange by
          71: 2-4 5; 2-18 2
          73: 1-18 3; 12-6 3
          74: 12-12 8
-, sponsorship of Bowl-A-Thon by
          89: 2-23 2; 3-2 2; 3-16 2; 3-30 2
          90: 1-25 2; 10-25 14; 11-1 12
-, sponsorship of chili feed by 77: 2-24 3
-, sponsorship of homecoming royalty candidate by 91: 10-3 1
-, sponsorship of Muscular Dystrophy Dance-A-Thon by
          82: 2-25 3; 12-9 8
          83: 12-2 1
          86: 9-11 2
          87: 2-12 1; 3-26 2
          88: 3-17 1; 4-7 12; 11-3 1
-, sponsorship of pizza eating contest by 84: 2-2 3; 2-9 3
Alpha Phi Phi, participation in Bike Bowl by 92: 4-30 1
Alpha Pi 78: 1-26 6
Alpha Pi Omega
          82: 11-24 1
          83: 2-10 9
          88: 10-6 1
Alpha Psi
          76: 2-5 5; 2-12 10; 2-19 5; 3-4 4; 3-18 4; 3-25 3; 4-1 7; 4-8 4; 4-23 4; 11-11 3
          91: 9-26 6
          95: 9-28 2; 10-5 2
Alpha Psi Omega (dramatics honorary)
          71: 9-3 10; 9-9 3; 9-16 6; 10-7 1
          72: 1-27 4; 2-3 3; 3-2 1; 3-9 1; 8-31 6; 9-7 3; 10-19 1, 3, 9; 11-2 1; 11-16 1; 11-30 1
          73: 3-1 1; 5-10 1; 9-6 3; 12-13 5
          74: 2-21 1, 4; 2-28 3; 3-7 8
          75: 2-13 1; 4-4 4; 4-17 3; 4-24 1, 3; 5-8 4; 8-29 10; 9-18 6
          76: 2-12 5; 3-25 3; 4-1 3; 4-15 3; 4-23 8; 9-16 7; 11-18 2
          77: 9-1 4; 9-8 3; 11-10 1; 11-17 1
          79: 1-11 5; 1-18 1; 2-22 3; 3-1 3; 3-15 9; 3-29 9; 4-5 1; 9-6 3; 9-20 1; 10-28 3; 11-8 3; 11-
                   29 1; 12-13 3
          80: 10-16 1; 11-20 3; 12-4 3
          81: 10-22 1; 11-12 1; 11-19 3 LTE
          82: 4-22 6; 10-7 4; 10-14 1; 11-11 3; 12-2 1
          83: 4-21 1; 4-28 1; 9-8 10; 10-6 1, 3, 6; 10-13 1, 4; 10-20 5; 12-8 1
          84: 9-6 15; 9-13 3, 7; 9-20 3; 11-8 2, 14; 11-15 2, 17
          85: 2-26 4; 4-16 2; 4-18 2; 4-23 2; 4-25 2; 10-3 1; 10-10 1; 11-14 5
          86: 9-5 2; 9-25 4; 10-2 1, 2, 6; 10-9 2, 6; 10-30 2
          87: 9-10 1; 9-17 2; 11-12 2; 11-19 1
          89: 2-9 11; 9-7 12; 10-5 1; 10-12 1
          90: 2-22 1; 3-1 1; 10-4 2; 10-11 2; 12-6 15
          91: 10-24 1; 12-5 15
          92: 2-13 6
          95: 9-21 6
          97: 11-6 8; 12-4 7; 12-11 13
          98: 1-15 7; 1-22 7; 1-29 9; 2-5 9; 2-12 9; 2-19 9; 2-26 7; 3-5 9; 3-12 6; 3-19 7; 4-2 7; 4-9
                   7; 4-16 7; 4-23 9; 4-30 15; 8-27 9; 9-3 9; 9-10 9; 9-17 9; 9-24 9; 10-1 9; 10-8 11;
                   10-15 11; 10-29 11; 11-5 7; 11-12 9; 11-19 9; 12-3 7; 12- 10 13
-, awards banquet of 78: 5-4 3
-, participation in Bike Bowl by 86: 5-8 1
-, sponsorship of tea by
          80: 9-11 1
          90: 8-30 6
Alpha Psi Omega Fashion Show Benefit 79: 2-22 3
Alpha Tau Omega
          71: 2-25 4; 3-25 5; 5-6 4; 9-3 9
          72: 1-20 4; 2-10 4; 4-13 4; 9-28 5
          73: 1-18 3; 3-1 5; 3-22 3; 3-29 1; 5-3 4
          74: 10-17 1, 3
          75: 2-20 1; 10-9 3
          76: 9-29 4; 10-7 4
          77: 3-31 6; 6-23 7
          78: 7-13 1; 10-26 7
          80: 1-24 3; 10-12 7
          81: 3-5 1; Spring 1981 Encounter 4; 9-24 6
          82: 1-28 1, 4
          83: 9-22 15; 11-17 5
          85: 9-26 1
          86: 2-20 1; 9-11 6
          87: 4-16 1; 9-17 8
          88: 11-3 8
          89: 3-16 6
          90: 2-15 8; 2-22 1; 3-29 7; 6-28 4
          91: 1-31 11; 8-1 2; 8-29 11; 10-17 1; 11-21 1
          92: 3-19 6; 10-15 1
          93: 4-22 5
          94: 10-20 13
          95: 10-12 12
          96: 2-8 10; 2-15 6; 4-11 2
          97: 1-30 3; 4-24 2; 5-1 1, 9, 15; 9-4 12; 9-11 3, 4; 10-2 3
          98: 10-15 1; 10-29 3; 12-10 13
          99: 2-11 2; 3-11 2; 3-25 1
          2000: 11-2 4
          2002: 2-14 8; 5-2 13
-, aid to burned-out family by 89: 3-2 10
-, apology for violence at party by 94: 3-31 4
-, attempted theft of bell of 71: 10-7 4
-, brawl at party by 94: 3-17 1
-, charges of discharging a firearm against members of 90: 3-1 1
-, charges of third degree assault against members of 90: 3-1 1
-, charity work of
          76: 11-11 1
          88: 2-18 2
          89: 11-9 5
-, contributions to United Way by 90: 10-25 12
-, demolition of old house of 91: 10-24 1
-, food drive by 85: 3-21 2
-, Founders Day banquet of 72: 4-13 4
-, haunted house of
          87: 10-29 5; 11-12 6
          91: 10-10-1; 10-31 1
-, participation in Bike Bowl by
          72: 4-27 4
          77: 4-21 3
          80: 3-27 6
          87: 4-2 1
          89: 5-4 1
-, participation in Mini-Rodeo by 91: 10-10 1
-, photo of house of 78: 2-23 5
-, placement on probation of 90: 3-29 1, 2
-, sponsorship of homecoming royalty candidate by 91: 10-3 1
-, revocation of rush privileges of 89: 9-7 1
-, vandalism to house of 86: 10-30 1
alpine snow skiing course 79: 10-4 1
Alpha Tau Omega Little Sisters
          72: 2-24 4
          73: 3-1 5
Alpine, Rich 74: 9-19 3
Alquinta, Maria (see also Alguinta)
          74: 11-14 4; 12-12 3
          75: 3-13 4
AlSabah, Salem L (Salem S) 74: 3-7 1; 3-28 1
AlSane, Mustafa 72: 3-10 9, 10
Alt, Chris 80: 3-27 3
-, Dave
         81: 12-3 4
         82: 9-16 1 (P)
-, Kathryn
         2000: 9-14 6; 9-21 6; 9-28 7; 10-12 5; 10-26 4; 11-9 4
         2001: 1-25 5; 2-1 6; 2-8 5; 2-15 5; 2-22 5; 9-20 6; 9-27 6; 10-11 6; 11-8 6; 11-15 6
         2002: 1-31 6; 2-14 6; 2-21 6; 2-28 5; 4-4 5; 4-11 5; 4-18 5; 4-25 5; 5-2 7; 9-5 5; 9-12 5;
                  10-10 6; 10-17 6
-, Pat (Patty) 71: 2-4 3; 10-21 4
 „Altered States‟ (film) 82: 1-21 5; 4-1 3
„Alternative Sources of Energy‟ (workshop) 78: 4-20 4
Alternative Spring Break 2001: 11-15 9
„Alternatives to Teaching‟ (panel discussion) 72: 2-17 5
Altig, Skip 75: 4-24 8
Altizer, Ron 98: 11-19 9
Altmaier, Jake 2001: 1-25 7
-, Mark
         78: 12-14 3
         80: 10-16 1
-, Steve
         74: 11-6 8
         75: 8-29 12
         76: 2-19 1; 4-23 1
         87: 9-10 1
         90: 12-13 7
         93: 8-26 8
         96: 1-25 8
         97: 1-23 9 (P)
Altman, Dirk
         77: 4-7 6; 9-1 11; 10-27 9
         78: 8-31 15; 10-12 13; 11-2 11; 11-16 11
         79: 9-6 10
-, Lori
         79: 8-30 14
         80: 1-31 7; 9-4 8
Altmeier, Julie 83: 2-3 1
-, Keith 81: 10-8 11 (P)
-, Kevin 82: 12-9 1
Altwine, Lacy 88: 7-21 5
aluminum cans, recycling of 91: 11-21 5
-, UNK program to recycle 91: 11-7 4
Alumni Achievement Award
         83: 10-13 10
         84: 10-16 2
         90: 3-29 7
Alumni Association
         72: 6-22 3
         73: 9-20 5
         74: 7-11 1; 7-18 4; 8-29 3; 9-19 3; 10-3 3; 10-17 1
         75: 1-16 4; 5-1 8; 6-19 1; 7-17 4
         76: 4-1 6; 9-9 5; 9-16 7
         77: 4-28 1; 5-5 6; 9-22 3
         78: 4-27 3; 9-21 6
           79: 4-12 1; 7-19 5; 12-6 1
           80: 9-11 3; 9-25 1; 10-2 1
           82: 3-18 585: 6-18 7; 3-25 6
           84: 1-26 7
           86: 7-24 8
           87: 9-24 6; 11-12 1
           88: 1-28 6; 2-25 6; 7-14 2; 7-21 2; 7-28 8; 10-12 12
           89: 3-30 10; 4-20 4; 6-15 1; 10-19 15
           91: 10-10 11
           92: 4-2 1; 11-18 10
           93: 4-1 1
           95: 10-12 12
           96: 4-18 1
           97: 2-13 1; 4-10 8; 4-17 1; 9-11 1; 9-18 5
           99: 2-4 4
           2000: 8-31 6
-, banquet of 71: 10-28 4
-, fund drive by
           75: 2-13 5
           76: 12-2 5
-, initiation of dues by 88: 4-7 11
-, organization of Denver chapter of 71: 2-11 3
-, sponsorship of Faculty Coffee by 82: 10-7 7
-, sponsorship of reunion by 74: 12-12 7
Alumni Association Hall of Fame 83: 5-5 7
Alumni Association Merit Scholarship
           75: 5-1 1
           76: 5-6 4
Alumni Band 80: 9-11 8
Alumni Foundation
           78: 5-4 3
           84: 1-26 7
Alumni Homecoming Banquet 92: 10-15 14
Alumni House
           81: 9-24 6
           83: 6-23 7
           85: 6-18 7; 7-23 6
           86: 3-7 1; 9-18 9
           90: 9-20 12
           92: 3-19 5; 11-18 10
           96: 4-18 1
           97: 2-13 1
           99: 12-9 2
-, addition to 93: 4-1 1
-, history of 80: 10-2 1
-, purchase of 79: 12-6 1
-, renovation of
           84: 1-26 7
           85: 9-26 2
           87: 9-24 6
Alumni Phone-A-Thon 91: 9-12 16; 9-26 12; 10-13 12
Alumni Weekend 89: 2-2 11
Alvardo, Maria Theresa 85: 11-7 6
Alvarez, Barry 95: 4-13 8
-, Shari 80: 3-27 4
Alvegard, Beate Mo 72: 3-10 9 (P), 11
Alves, John 80: 10-16 9
Alvin Brown Memorial Athletic Fund 77: 3-3 6
Alward, Richard 2002: 4-4 10
„Always Got Tonight‟ 2002: 2-21 9
Alyea, Hubbert 73: 10-4 8; 10-11 4
Alyward, Tim see also Aylward 73: 2-1 10; 5-3 1
Alzheimer‟s Association 91: 9-29 16; 9-12 16; 9-26 12
Alzheimer‟s Disease 95: 10-12 1
Alzheimer‟s Memory Walk and Ride 97: 9-25 9; 10-2 9; 10-9 9
„Am I In Love or Lust?‟ (workshop) 94: 11-3 10; 11-10 12
Amaechi, Christopher (Chris) 88: 9-8 13, 15; 10-6 10 (P); 11-17 2
-, Mary 88: 3-24 5
„Amahl and the Night Visitors‟ (opera) 88: 12-1 15
Amana, Natsuko 2001: 11-15 7
Amanullah (see also Ullah, Aman) 90: 2-22 1 (P), 6 (P); 3-1 3 LTE
Amazing Rhythm Aces (group) 78: 4-6 1
Ambassadors (after 6-30-91 see Chancellor‟s Ambassadors)
          74: 10-24 1; 12-5 3
          75: 10-30 6
          76: 3-25 3; 4-23 4; 9-16 5; 9-23 1
          77: 3-17 1; 4-14 4; 11-17 3
          78: 3-16 1; 3-30 6
          79: 3-1 1; 3-15 1; 3-22 1; 5-3 4
          80: 2-28 1; 3-27 1; 4-24 1; 12-11 4
          81: 4-30 6
          82: 3-18 1; 3-25 1; 4-29 1
          83: 3-17 1; 4-6 6; 5-5 3
          84: 3-29 3; 5-3 10
          85: 2-12 2; 2-21 2; 2-26 2; 2-28 2; 3-5 2, 11
          86: 3-13 2; 5-1 1, 6
          87: 3-26 2; 5-7 10
          89: 2-9 2
          90: 3-1 6; 3-8 13; 11-15 11
          91: 2-7 14; 2-14 10; 2-21 12
-, recruitment of
          81: 2-5 1
          88: 2-4 2; 2-11 2; 2-18 2
          89: 2-16 2
Ambassadors Club 73: 12-20 1
-, , formation of 73: 11-15 4
Amber Weitzel Scholarship 2002: 3-7 7
Ambritz, George 98: 3-12 7
Ambriz, George 96: 4-4 8
-, Jorge
          97: 3-13 8; 3-20 1 (P); 9-18 1; 9-25 1; 12-4 1
          98: 2-26 7; 3-5 9; 3-12 6; 3-19 7; 4-2 4; 4-9 7; 4-16 7; 4-23 9; 4-30 15; 8-27 2; 10-8 11;
                  10-15 11; 10-29 11; 11-5 7; 11-12 9; 11-19 4, 9; 12-3 7; 12-10 8 (P)
          99: 9-30 8
Ambrose, Amy 91: 10-10 2 (P)
-, P Thomas (Tom) 73: 1-18 5; 4-19 3; 8-30 9; 9-27 7 (P); 10-4 6; 10-25 5; 11-7 7
-, Stephen 2002: 11-21 9
Ambrosi, Vicky 81: 9-10 1 (P)
ambulance service for students 90: 11-20 12
Ameh, Emmanuel O 72: 3-10 9, 10, 11
Amen, Paul 74: 4-1 2
America Online (business)
        95: 10-19 1
        97: 9-11 3
        2000: 1-20 7
America Reads program 97: 3-13 1; 4-10 1
„America Town‟ 2001: 4-12 4
American Advertising Federation
        90: 11-20 1; 12-6 17
        91: 4-4 14; 9-19 12; 10-10 16; 11-7 6; 12-5 4
        99: 2-25 2
        2002: 10-10 10
American Association of State Colleges and Universities, scholarship offered by 90: 12-6 17; 12-
        13 14
American Association of Teachers of German 82: 10-14 5
American Association of University Professors
        71: 2-4 4; 12-2 4
        72: 11-9 1
        73: 3-8 3
        74: 9-19 6
American Association of University Women (AAUW)
        72: 10-19 3
        74: 2-7 3; 10-3 5; 11-6 4; 12-5 4
        75: 3-6 3; 4-4 8
        76: 4-8 4
        78: 3-8 3; 4-6 3
        81: 3-5 4
        82: 4-29 3
American Baseball Coaches Association
        85: 1-17 16
        98: 2-12 7
American Baseball Coaches Association Hall of Fame 98: 2-12 7
American Bikers Against Totalitarian Enactments 80: 2-7 8
 „American Buffalo‟ (play) 82: 2-4 1
American Cancer Society
        72: 4-13 4
        76: 4-15 1
        78: 11-9 3
        79: 11-15 4
        80: 9-25 3
        82: 2-11 1; 2-18 1
        83: 2-17 6
        90: 10-25 14; 11-1 6, 12
        91: 11-21 1
        92: 11-12 5, 14; 11-18 12
        93: 11-18 12
        94: 11-17 6
        96: 11-7 9; 11-21 1
        97: 2-13 2; 4-10 2
        2000: 11-15 2
        2002: 1-31 2; 2-7 1, 2; 9-26 9; 12-5 7
American Chamber Players 98: 11-19 6
American Chemical Society
        71: 4-1 5; 9-3 10; 10-28 4; 11-18 5
        72: 8-31 7; 10-19 1
        73: 8-30 8; 9-20 1; 11-7 4; 12-13 5
        74: 1-31 1; 4-11 6; 8-29 5; 11-14 1
        75: 8-29 10
         76: 3-4 4; 4-1 7
         78: 4-27 3
         82: 1-28 1
         83: 6-23 1
         84: 10-2 2; 10-4 2
         97: 3-6 2
         98: 4-30 2
         2000: 9-27 2
         2002: 4-25 2
American Chemical Society Scholarship 77: 3-3 6
American Chemical Society Student Affiliate 71: 3-4 5
American Chemistry Society 96: 4-11 2
American College Health Association 90: 8-30 14
American College Health Survey 2002: 4-25 2
American College Testing Student Profile Reports 76: 10-14 6
American College Theater (sometimes „Theater‟) Festival
         84: 9-6 15
         89: 9-7 12
         92: 2-13 6
         95: 2-16 1
         2001: 2-8 7
American Dietetics Association
         71: 9-16 6
         72: 7-13 1
-, internships with 73: 1-18 8
American Economic Development Council 94: 10-20 11
American Education Week 75: 11-6 10
American European Student Service 80: 1-10 3
American Family Insurance (business) 82: 11-18 4
American Federation of Teachers 74: 9-19 6
American Fish Society 75: 3-13 4
American General Life Insurance Company (business) 82: 11-18 4
„American Graffiti‟ (film) 75: 1-30 4
American Heart Association
         73: 2-15 4
         84: 2-2 1; 12-4 5
         85: 9-26 10
         89: 11-9 5
         92: 4-16 5
         94: 2-3 2; 4-7 1
         96: 1-18 2
         2002: 10-31 2; 11-14 2
American Heart Princess 92: 4-16 5
American Heritage Association 92: 4-16 10
American Home Economics Association
         72: 4-6 3
         73: 1-25 1
         74: 4-4 8
         76: 10-21 3; 11-18 3
         77: 4-7 3
American Indian Movement
         73: 3-29 1
         77: 1-20 6
American Indian Perceptions of the Environment (course) 80: 4-24 6
American Industrial Arts Association
         72: 9-7 6
        73: 1-18 7; 1-25 1
        74: 4-18 3; 5-9 3
American Institute for Developmental Education
        72: 4-20 6; 5-4 3
        73: 4-12 6
American Institute for Foreign Study 73: 1-11 4
American Institute for Foreign Study College Division Minority Scholarship 91: 9-26 12
American Institute of Graphic Arts
        77: 9-1 12
        96: 4-25 7
        98: 2-19 6
American Institute of Banking 74: 10-10 5; 11-6 4; 11-14 4; 11-21 5; 12-5 4; 12-12 3
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) 96: 2-22 9; 2-29 9; 3-7 9; 3-14 13; 3-
        28 7
American Issues Forensics Tournament 73: 2-22 4
 „American King‟s English for Queens‟ (musical) 78: 4-6 6
American Language Institute 87: 4-30 4
American Legion 74: 2-14 4
American Legion Club
        78: 11-2 4
        86: 2-27 8
American Legion Scholarship of Excellence 71: 5-20 5
American Legion Speech Contest 74: 2-14 4; 2-28 3
 „American Liberties After Two Hundred Years‟ (symposium) 76: 2-12 10; 4-1 7
American Lung Association 90: 9-20 4
American Marketing Association
        91: 10-3 12; 10-10 1, 4; 10-17 1
        92: 3-19 10; 4-9 10
        93: 4-15 6; 10-14 14
        94: 2-3 9; 4-7 10; 4-14 2
        95: 2-16 8; 2-23 8; 9-21 6; 9-28 10; 11-16 2
        96: 1-25 2; 2-29 2; 4-18 4; 4-25 7; 11-7 2
        97: 10-2 9; 10-9 9; 10-16 7; 10-30 9; 11-6 7; 11-13 7; 11-20 5; 12-4 7; 12-11 13
        2000: 9-21 7
        2001: 10-18 2
        2002: 3-14 2; 4-11 2; 10-31 1
American Massage Therapy Association 92: 2-27 6
American Mathematical Society 77: 2-10 9
American Music Awards 2000: 1-27 6
„American Music: Jazz an Rock‟ (course) 85: 3-21 17
„American Musicale‟ (show) 83: 2-3 7
American National Miniature Show 81: 11-12 1
„American Nervousness‟ (play) 89: 6-29 1; 7-13 6
American Poetry Association 90: 9-13 11
Amer-I-Can Program 97: 4-24 12
American Red Cross
        71: 12-2 5
        72: 11-30 1
        73: 9-13 7
        74: 3-7 4
        75: 3-13 1; 9-25 1; 12-4 3
        76: 9-16 7; 12-9 3
        77: 9-15 1; 9-29 5
        78: 12-7 1
        79: 2-15 3; 9-13 1; 11-29 1
        84: 10-23 2; 11-29 9; 12-6 1, 10
          86: 2-13 2; 2-20 1
          87: 3-5 4; 11-12 6
          88: 12-1 13
          89: 11-9 5
          93: 2-18 12; 4-8 10; 4-15 12; 4-22 13
          94: 1-20 12; 1-27 12; 2-3 11; 2-10 10; 2-17 10; 2-24 8; 3-3 10; 3-10 12; 3-17 12; 3-31 14;
                  4-7 10, 12; 4-14 12; 4-21 12; 4-28 13; 10-13 14; 10-20 14; 10-27 12; 11-3 10; 11-
                  10 12; 11-17 10; 12-1 10; 12-8 14
          95: 9-14 10; 9-21 12; 11-30 2
          96: 1-18 9; 1-25 9; 2-8 15
          97: 1-23 9; 1-30 9; 2-20 2; 9-4 13; 9-11 9; 9-18 11; 10-9 2; 11-20 5
          98: 3-5 2, 9; 3-12 2, 6; 3-19 2, 7; 4-2 7; 4-9 7; 4-16 7; 4-23 9; 4-30 15; 9-10 2; 9-17 2; 10-
                  29 2; 11-5 2; 12-3 1
          99: 1-21 2; 2-25 2; 3-4 2; 3-11 2; 3-25 2; 4-1 2; 4-15 2; 9-23 2; 9-30 2; 10-7 2
          2000: 9-28 6
          2001: 10-11 8
          2002: 2-14 7
-, blood drive by 88: 10-6 14
-, First Aid Program of 77: 9-15 1
-, training offered by
          90: 4-19 3; 9-27 1; 10-4 12; 11-1 12; 11-8 12; 11-15 14; 12-6 17; 12-13 14
          91: 1-31 12; 2-7 14; 2-14 10; 3-14 10; 3-28 10; 4-4 14; 4-11 12; 4-18 12; 4-25 10; 5-2 14;
                  9-19 11; 9-26 12; 12-5 16; 12-13 14
          92: 4-2 10; 4-16 10
American Red Cross Disaster Relief 2001: 10-4 8
          see also American Red Cross
American Red Cross Intercultural Affair
          88: 10-6 14
          90: 9-27 1
          94: 10-6 1, 5
          96: 9-26 4; 10-3 1
          98: 9-24 2
American Revolution Bicentennial Committee 74: 4-25 8
American Sign Language 95: 11-16 10
American Social Health Association 96: 2-2 2
American Student Association 79: 9-6 1
American Studies (course) 82: 11-24 1
American Telephone & Telegraph, breakup of 84: 2-9 5
American Translators Association 73: 7-12 3
American Youth Hostels
          71: 5-6 4
          81: 1-22 3
American Writers Congress 81: 9-17 5
„Americana‟ 98: 12-10 8
Americans with Disabilities Act see ADA
„America‟s Funniest People‟ (TV show) 92: 9-17 2
Americinn 2001: 4-26 9
Americorps Program
          94: 10-27 2; 11-3 2
          2002: 4-18 2
Ames, Bob 90: 9-6 1; 9-13 4; 9-20 13; 9-27 1, 6; 10-25 12; 11-15 6 (P), 12; 12-6 13
-, Josh 98: 1-22 7; 9-10 5
Amigo‟s (business)
          89: 9-14 5
          90: 9-6 6
          91: 8-29 5; 9-12 4
Amiri-Eliasi, Ali (Alireza)
          89: 11-2 9; 11-16 9; 12-7 8; 12-14 7 (P)
          90: 1-18 8; 1-25 9; 2-1 8 (P); 2-15 10 (P); 3-1 7; 3-8 7 (P); 11-8 9; 11-15 7; 11-20 10; 12-
                   9, 11 (P); 12-13 7
          91: 1-24 9 (P); 1-31 7; 2-7 8; 2-14 7; 2-21 7; 3-7 1 (P), 7 (P); 7-3 11; 10-31 8 (P); 11-21 7;
                   12-5 7; 12-13 7
          92: 1-23 7; 1-30 7; 2-13 7; 2-20 7; 2-27 7; 3-12 7; 9-17 9; 11-12 7; 12-10 11
          93: 1-21 10; 1-28 7, 8 (P); 2-4 8; 2-11 7; 2-18 7; 2-25 7 (P), 8; 3-11 7; 11-18 9
          2002: 2-21 5
-, Ronda
          90: 11-8 3 (P); 11-15 1; 12-13 1
          91: 1-17 1; 2-7 6 (P); 2-14 1; 2-21 1; 3-7 1; 9-26 11
          93: 1-28 3 LTE; 2-11 6
Amity Aide (Aid) 71: 3-11 3; 3-18 2; 12-16 3
Amland, Steve
          77: 10-6 3
          78: 2-9 5
Amm, Lee Ann
          96: 3-14 12
          98: 3-12 7; 12-10 12
          99: 2-25 2
          2000: 11-16 6
          2002: 1-31 8
Ammon, Denise
          90: 12-6 10
          92: 10-22 14
amnesty for draft evaders 74: 9-12 1, 2; 9-19 1; 9-26 1
Amrine, Dave 79: 10-28 3
Amstutz, Barbara
          91: 9-19 1
          94: 4-28 13
-, David
          73: 3-1 1
          77: 9-29 3; 11-10 4
          81: 7-16 8
          97: 1-30 10
-, Eric (see also Amstuz) 94: 4-28 7
-, Polly
          79: 9-6 5
          98: 4-9 1
Amstuz, Erick (see also Amstutz) 94: 4-14 9
Amstuz, Marilyn
          86: 11-6 1
          94: 4-14 9
Amtrak 74: 4-4 4; 5-9 8
Amtutz, Marilyn 85: 5-2 3
Amundson, Barbara
          95: 10-19 3 LTE
          97: 12-11 1
          99: 2-4 2; 2-25 2
Amundson, Roma 90: 11-8 2
-, Steve (see also Admundson)
          92: 11-12 1
          97: 9-4 6
          98: 8-27 2; 9-3 2; 9-10 2; 9-24 2; 12-3 2; 12-10 2
          99: 1-21 2; 1-28 2; 2-4 2; 2-11 2
„An Afternoon of Entertainment‟ (variety show) 79: 2-22 3
„An American Werewolf in London‟ (film) 82: 1-21 5
„An Evening for Etiquette‟ (program)
         93: 4-1 10; 11-4 12
         94: 11-3 10; 11-10 12
         95: 11-2 10
         96: 10-31 9
„An Evening of Concert Dance – 1986‟ (program) 86: 2-27 2
„An Evening of Concert Dance – 1987‟ (program) 87: 3-5 6
„An Evening of Concert Dance – 1989‟ (program) 89: 4-20 2
„An Evening of Concert Dance – 1990‟ (program) 90: 4-26 5
„An Evening of Etiquette‟ (workshop)
         91: 10-31 12
         92: 10-29 14
         94: 3-10 12
         95: 3-16 13
„An Evening of Concert Dance‟ (program) 94: 3-3 2
„An Evening of Opera by W. A. Mozart‟ 2000: 11-30 2
„An Evening with Ben Franklin‟ (play) 77: 3-24 5
„An Officer and a Gentleman‟ (film) 87: 12-10 2
„An Unmarried Woman‟ (film) 80: 1-10 1
anabolic steroids, conviction for delivery of 91: 12-5 1
„Anabolic Steroids: Performance Aid or Health Hazard?‟ (seminar) 90: 11-8 9
Anania, Therese 86: 8-28 12
Anastas, Robert 87: 9-24 11
Anchor Program
         96: 10-17 1, 9
         97: 10-9 8
         2002: 1-31 8
„Ancient and Modern Alchemy‟ (minicourse) 76: 1-29 1; 2-12 10; 2-19 5
Ancient Ways 94: 4-7 12; 4-14 12; 4-21 12; 4-28 13; 10-20 1; 10-27 1
„And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little‟ (play) 74: 10-24 4; 11-14 1, 4; 11-21 1, 5
Andelt, Brad 89: 9-28 8
Anderberg, Bruce 71: 2-25 4
Anderbery, Carol (see also Anderberry) 74: 8-29 1
-, Deb 74: 11-21 4 (P)
Anderberry, Bruce 71: 5-20 3
-, Carol (see also Anderbery) 74: 10-3 3
Anderjaska, David 2001: 11-1 2
-, Lisa
         79: 2-15 2 LTE
         80: 10-9 3
-, Nanette
         91: 8-29 1
         95: 1-26 12
-, Teresa (Theresa)
         80: 10-9 3
         81: 10-8 11 (P)
         83: 9-22 12; 11-17 Accent 2
Anderman, Robert 85: 1-22 13
Anders, Cynthia (Cindy) 76: 5-6 4; 11-11 1
-, Dave 2002: 3-7 4
-, Jeff 89: 2-23 6
Andersen, Ben
         99: 11-18 9 (P)
         2002: 2-7 2 (P)
-, Chris 84: 4-26 3 (P)
-, Frank 81: 9-10 9
-, Heath 89: 9-28 11 (P)
-, Janet 77: 5-5 1
-, Jennifer 80: 11-6 7
-, Jens 2000: 9-21 2
-, Jim 73: 9-13 4
-, John 80: 1-24 6 (P)
-, Marilyn
          91: 9-12 1; 10-24 1
          92: 3-19 4, 9; 4-23 1
          95: 1-19 11
-, Martin 89: 11-9 5
-, Pat 80: 1-31 3; 2-14 4; 8-28 3
-, Patty 72: 10-19 12
-, Pete (see also Anderson)
          79: 11-1 9
          80: 4-17 8; 6-19 8; 9-11 10
          81: 1-15 9; 1-22 12; 1-29 8; 2-5 8; 2-12 8; 2-26 6; 3-5 7; 3-19 1 (P), 9; 11-19 10; 12-3 8,
                  10; 12-10 9, 10 (P)
          82: 1-21 8; 1-28 7; 2-4 8; 2-11 8; 2-18 10; 2-25 8; 3-4 6 (P), 8; 3-25 8 (P); 11-11 9
          88: 11-17 7
-, Phil 84: 4-26 3 (P)
-, Rupert 72: 6-29 2
-, Sam 94: 9-15 3
Anderson, Alan 91: 3-7 5 (P)
-, Alice 74: 3-7 3
-, Amy
          87: 10-8 7
          88: 8-25 7; 9-1 7; 9-29 7; 10-6 7 (P); 10-12 7 (P); 10-27 9; 11-3 7
          89: 2-9 9 (P); 4-13 7; 8-31 9; 9-14 5
          90: 8-30 7, 10 (P); 9-6 8, 9; 9-13 7, 8 (P); 9-20 7; 10-4 7; 10-11 7; 10-25 7 (P); 11-1 7; 11-
                  20 7
          91: 2-14 7
          92: 9-3 8
          93: 11-18 2
          95: 2-16 8; 3-16 10; 4-27 10 (P)
-, Andrea 2002: 4-25 5; 5-2 7; 11-14 2 (P)
-, Anita 79: 8-30 1; 9-20 3; 9-27 1
-, Anna 95: 11-30 1 (P)
-, Annie
          2000: 11-16 1 (P), 2 (P)
          2001: 4-26 12; 11-15 2; 12-6 8
          2002: 3-7 8
-, Arlie 73: 8-30 7
-, Beth 77: 1-27 8
-, Betty 80: 3-27 Encounter 3
-, Bill
          75: 7-24 5; 9-18 8; 10-30 9
          77: 9-1 10; 9-22 10 (P); 12-8 13 (p)
-, Blake 90: 2-15 11
-, Bob
          71: 9-30 5
          72: 10-19 9
          75: 7-24 5
          82: 11-18 Accent 3
         86: 11-20 2
         97: 3-20 1
-, Brad 89: 10-5 1; 11-9 1
-, Brenda 85: 5-2 6
-, Brian
         80: 11-6 9; 12-4 9
         81: 1-22 11; 4-9 8
         82: 1-21 9; 2-4 10; 2-11 9; 4-1 8; 4-15 6; 11-11 9; 11-24 4 (P)
         83: 1-27 6 (P); 2-3 8; 3-24 7 (P); 10-20 12 (P); 11-17 8 (P); 12-8 8
         84: 1-26 10, 11 (P); 2-2 12 (P); 2-9 11; 2-16 10, 11; 2-23 8; 3-23 11 (P); 4-12 6 (P); 6-21
                  1; 11-29 23 (P), 25; 12-6 26, 27; 12-11 9
         85: 1-15 8, 10; 1-17 13; 1-22 8 (P), 9; 1-29 6; 1-31 13; 2-5 9, 10; 2-7 18 (P); 2-12 9; 2-19
                  5, 6; 2-26 5; 2-28 9; 3-5 7; 3-21 19 (P), 21 (P), 22; 3-26 6, 7 (P)
         86: 1-30 1 (P)
         87: 2-5 7
-, Casey
         91: 5-2 9
         93: 8-26 7; 9-23 7; 10-14 7; 10-21 7; 11-11 7; 12-2 2 (P)
         94: 8-25 8; 9-22 8; 10-20 7
         95: 4-6 7; 8-24 8; 9-14 7; 10-12 9
-, Charles (Charlie)
         71: 2-25 4
         72: 11-9 1
         73: 1-18 3
-, Christie 93: 4-29 9
-, Chuck 87: 9-24 11
-, Cindy
         79: 6-21 1
         85: 11-7 2 (P)
-, Colene 98: 2-19 6
-, Corey 95: 11-30 7
-, Craig 85: 10-23 4
-, Dale 95: 10-5 11 (P)
-, Dan
         85: 3-28 1 (P)
         86: 5-8 1 (P), 2; 9-11 6
         87: 5-7 2
-, Daryl (Darryl)
         75: 9-25 8
         76: 9-29 12; 11-4 11
         77: 4-28 8
         78: 4-13 7 (P); 5-4 13; 8-31 15; 10-12 13
-, David B (Dave)
         71: 3-11 2, 4; 9-16 1; 10-14 1; 10-28 6
         74: 8-29 1
         75: 11-13 10
         76: 2-19 8; 11-18 5; 12-9 1
         77: 1-20 3; 2-17 1; 9-15 6; 9-29 3; 11-10 8
         78: 2-9 3; 11-2 3; 12-14 1
         79: 2-22 4; 3-15 9; 5-3 6
         80: 7-3 4; 12-11 8
         81: 12-3 6; 12-10 Accent 1
         82: 7-15 1; 9-2 1; 10-14 1
         83: 10-6 1, 9; 11-10 1
         84: 2-9 1; 7-12 7
         85: 4-23 1; 7-23 3 (P)
         86: 2-13 1; 7-8 1; 9-5 5 (P); 9-18 1; 10-9 1; 11-20 1; 12-4 1
         87: 5-7 10; 7-2 6; 7-9 2; 8-27 10; 11-12 12
         88: 9-8 6; 10-12 1; 10-27 3 LTE
         89: 2-23 6; 4-27 1, 12; 6-15 6; 8-31 12
         90: 9-6 5; 9-13 13
         91: 12-5 12
         92: 3-12 4; 4-2 10; 11-5 6
         93: 2-18 6; 3-11 1
         94: 2-3 9; 3-31 1, 11; 11-10 1
         95: 4-13 4; 9-14 1, 10; 11-11 1
         96: 9-12 12
         97: 2-13 1; 4-10 1; 12-4 6
         98: 4-9 1; 9-3 1; 9-10 10
         99: 10-7 2 (P)
-, Deb (Debbie)
         73: 9-13 1; 9-27 1; 10-11 4; 11-1 3; 12-13 8; 12-20 2 LTE
         74: 1-17 4; 1-24 6; 2-7 5; 2-14 4; 2-21 4; 3-7 8; 4-4 4, 6; 4-11 5; 5-2 3; 5-9 8
         75: 3-13 6; 5-1 1 (P); 6-19 2; 6-26 2; 7-17 2; 7-24 2; 9-18 4; 10-2 Insert 6; 12-18 8
         76: 7-15 4
-, Devyn 93: 10-14 7
-, Dick
         73: 10-4 6
         74: 3-7 775: 2-6 6; 2-13 8; 3-20 5; 4-4 7; 4-10 5; 4-24 6; 5-1 7; 9-5 11; 3-21 5; 4-4 7; 4-18
                 7; 4-25 7; 5-2 9; 8-29 6; 9-12 7; 9-19 11
         76: 3-4 7; 4-8 7; 4-15 4; 9-2 15
         81: 7-9 8
-, Doug 84: 2-23 4
-, Dustin 2001: 1-25 2
-, Edward 73: 3-8 3
-, Elaine
         92: 3-12 4
         94: 3-31 6 (P)
-, Frank
         79: 11-29 Encounter 1
         80: 6-26 8; 9-4 9
         81: 3-5 8; 4-9 9; 4-23 8
         82: 4-15 7; 4-29 11
-, Fred 93: 4-1 12
-, Gary (Garry)
         71: 2-11 3
         72: 10-26 1; 11-30 1
         73: 4-12 10
         74: 1-24 3; 2-14 3; 3-28 1; 4-4 1; 10-24 3; 11-6 3 (P); 11-14 5
         75: 2-20 1; 2-27 3 (P)
         76: 2-5 9; 4-29 3; 12-2 1
-, Geri 73: 2-15 6
-, Gina
         91: 10-10 7; 10-31 7 (P)
         92: 9-3 8; 9-17 7
-, Gregory (Greg)
         89: 8-31 11
         94: 9-29 1
         96: 2-15 1, 12
         97: 2-6 11; 2-13 2
-, Gwen Hurst 83: 3-3 2, 5
-, Hanna 96: 9-26 4
-, Hannah
          96: 10-3 1
          98: 10-29 5; 11-5 1
          2001: 1-25 7
-, Harold 81: 12-10 4
-, Heath 91: 4-25 7
-, Isla 73: 8-30 7
-, J T 73: 1-11 10
-, James (Jim)
          74: 9-1 6; 10-10 1; 11-14 6; 11-21 6
          75: 5-8 8; 8-29 13
          76: 5-6 3; 9-16 1
          77: 5-5 1
          83: 10-6 1
          97: 2-27 9
          99: 4-15 1
-, James W 93: 3-18 1
-, Jan
          80: 3-13 8; 3-27 7
          89: 2-9 13
-, Janelle 86: 6-25 2
-, Janet
          77: 2-24 1; 3-24 9; 4-28 8
          78: 4-6 8; 4-20 8; 5-4 15; 11-9 12
          79: 3-15 11; 4-12 9; 5-3 13
          80: 4-17 8; 4-24 10 (P); 5-1 11
          83: 9-1 15
          89: 4-27 2
-, Janie 72: 5-4 2 LTE
-, Jason
          79: 7-19 7
          89: 3-2 5; 11-2 1 (P)
-, Jeffrey (Jeff)
          88: 6-23 5
          90: 2-22 7
-, Jennifer
          80: 10-16 9
          83: 10-13 9 (P)
-, Jenny 86: 4-3 5 (P)
-, Jens 2001: 3-1 2; 10-4 8 (P)
-, Jill
          73: 9-27 8
          74: 3-21 3
-, Jina
          92: 2-20 4
          93: 8-26 2 (P)
-, Jody 86: 4-17 6
-, Joe 80: 5-1 3
-, John
          80: 9-11 6; 9-18 7; 9-25 6; 10-9 4
          93: 10-21 11 (P)
          94: 9-15 9
          95: 1-19 4; 2-9 1, 4; 9-28 10; 10-19 4
          96: 2-29 4; 10-10 12
          98: 1-15 1; 1-22 1; 4-2 4
          2002: 4-25 1; 5-2 3 LTE; 10-31 8; 12-12 1
-, John A
          77: 10-6 10
          82: 9-9 5
          83: 9-8 5
          85: 2-28 4
-, John Bayard 80: 3-13 3
-, Jon
          98: 1-15 2 (P)
          2001: 11-1 8
-, Julie
          87: 10-29 4 (P)
          89: 4-6 8; 4-13 11 (P)
-, Kari
          90: 9-13 15
          94: 9-1 9; 9-22 6
          95: 11-16 6
          2001: 10-4 2; 12-6 2
-, Kassy 98: 11-5 5
-, Kate 87: 4-30 7
-, Kathleen 89: 3-16 3 LTE
-, Katie
          2001: 2-15 5, 6; 3-29 4; 4-5 6; 4-12 6; 4-26 7 (P), 8
          2002: 2-21 7; 2-28 6; 3-14 5; 4-4 6; 4-11 5, 6; 4-18 5; 4-25 5, 6; 5-2 7, 8
-, Ken 75: 9-5 10; 9-18 8
-, Kerri
          85: 9-19 1 (P)
          86: 1-23 2 (P)
          89: 6-29 4 (P); 11-30 1
          90: 7-26 5 (P)
-, Kevin
          74: 8-29 6
          75: 2-13 7; 2-27 8; 3-6 6; 3-13 6; 4-4 6; 5-8 8; 12-11 10
          76: 1-22 4; 1-29 5; 2-5 8; 2-12 9; 2-19 7; 2-26 9; 3-4 6; 3-18 6; 12-2 7
          77: 4-28 778: 3-8 10
-, Kim
          80: 9-11 11; 10-23 8
          81: 9-3 10
          84: 10-11 9 (P)
          86: 3-13 1; 4-3 1
          87: 2-5 1; 3-5 1; 3-26 2; 4-30 1; 5-7 1
          88: 5-5 1
-, Kip
          89: 33-16 6; 9-28 4; 10-19 1
          90: 5-3 1
-, Kirby 2001: 1-25 7
-, Kirsten 74: 11-21 5
-, Kristi
          91: 9-12 7; 9-19 7, 9 (P); 9-26 7; 10-17 7; 10-24 7; 10-31 7; 11-14 7
          92: 2-13 7; 2-20 7; 4-23 7
-, Larry
          92: 3-12 1
          97: 11-20 6
-, Laurie Jean (Lori Jean) 98: 12-3 4; 12-10 8
-, Lee 77: 3-3 1; 3-17 1 (P); 3-24 3
-, Leslie H (Les)
          71: 9-9 1
          72: 1-27 5; 3-2 4; 4-13 4; 8-31 7; 9-21 4; 10-12 4; 11-16 4
          73: 1-25 4; 2-15 4; 3-8 8; 4-5 3; 6-28 7; 7-5 3; 8-30 8; 9-13 3; 10-4 8
          74: 1-24 4, 6; 8-29 5; 9-26 3
-, Lisa
          87: 9-24 4 (P)
          90: 4-26 4, 11; 9-13 3 LTE
          2000: 2-24 4
-, Marcelly 72: 11-16 1
-, Mardi
          73: 9-27 3; 10-11 4
          74: 10-17 9
          75: 9-5 4
          77: 2-10 8; 10-20 2 LTE
          79: 3-29 7
          89: 2-16 10
-, Maria
          87: 5-7 4
          91: 2-21 6
-, Maria C 89: 12-7 1
-, Marilyn
          84: 10-23 15
          92: 2-6 1
-, Mark 74: 11-21 4
-, Marsha 72: 10-12 4
-, Matt
          89: 9-7 1 (P); 11-2 9
          90: 2-1 8; 2-15 10; 3-1 7; 3-8 7; 11-8 9; 11-15 7; 11-20 10
-, Melanie
          86: 3-13 1; 4-3 1
          87: 4-30 1
-, Melissa 85: 4-2 7
-, Melody 84: 12-4 7
-, Michael
          91: 10-3 1
          92: 4-23 12; 4-30 14
          93: 2-11 11
-, Michele 91: 2-21 10 (P)
-, Mike
          75: 10-17 8
          76: 9-2 15; 9-9 12; 11-18 6
          77: 2-10 10; 4-28 8; 9-1 10; 9-22 10 (P); 10-27 9 (P), 10 (P)
          78: 7-27 5; 8-31 15; 9-7 11 (P); 11-30 10
          79: 2-8 3, 10 (P); 3-29 13; 4-5 10 (P); 8-30 14; 9-13 15
          89: 10-19 5; 11-30 5
          96: 4-4 4
          99: 3-25 2
- -, battle with cancer of 89: 9-14 14
-, Mindy 81: 10-29 1
-, Morris L 79: 11-29 Encounter 2
-, Nancy
          82: 3-25 8; 4-1 8; 4-15 6; 4-29 10
          83: 3-24 8; 4-14 7; 10-6 6 (P)
-, Neal 89: 6-29 1
-, Norris 75: 6-26 7 (P)
-, Pat 80: 3-13 5
-, Patricia R 83: 4-21 1, 3 LTE
-, Patty
           71: 4-1 4
           72: 1-13 3; 3-10 2
           73: 3-22 1
-, Paul
          76: 2-26 9
          86: 5-1 1, 2 (P), 4 (P); 5-8 2
          87: 2-5 4
          91: 2-14 2 (P)
          97: 10-9 4
-, Peggy
          97: 11-20 1
          98: 1-29 1
-, Pete (see also Andersen)
          77: 12-8 17
          78: 3-8 11
          79: 12-13 9
          82: 3-18 8 (P)
          93: 11-18 7 (P)
-, Phil
          84: 12-13 1
          86: 7-10 5 (P)
-, Philip 83: 2-3 1
-, Randy 72: 9-7 4 (P)
-, Rhonda 2001: 1-25 7
-, Rich 97: 10-23 1; 11-20 1
-, Richard 93: 3-4 2, 9
-, Richard C 88: 8-25 1; 12-1 1
-, Rick 77: 11-3 7
-, Rob 93: 4-15 5 (P)
-, Robin 2001: 12-6 9
-, Rod
          79: 8-30 13
          80: 1-24 7; 1-31 7; 2-14 7; 2-21 8; 2-28 11; 3-6 8; 8-28 11; 10-9 3
          81: 1-29 7; 2-5 3, 9; 2-12 9; 2-29 7; 3-5 9; 4-9 8; 4-30 8; 10-1 1
          82: 2-4 10; 2-11 9; 2-18 11; 3-4 7; 4-22 11; 4-29 11
          83: 1-27 7; 2-10 10; 2-17 8; 2-24 10; 4-6 7
          91: 10-17 10
-, Roger 71: 3-25 2
-, Roland 90: 12-6 1 (P)
-, Ron
          80: 4-24 8
          89: 2-16 9 (P); 5-4 1 (P); 11-9 5
          90: 6-28 4 (P); 9-20 4
          91: 1-24 3 LTE; 4-11 5; 9-26 1
-, Ruth 79: 11-1 5
-, Ryan 2002: 2-28 6
-, Sarah
          97: 2-20 7; 9-25 6
          98: 2-5 9; 2-19 7; 4-16 6
          99: 4-22 5
-, Scott
          73: 1-18 3; 3-22 3
          74: 11-6 5
          79: 7-19 5
          93: 3-4 10
          98: 10-29 1
-, Shari R 97: 2-13 8; 2-27 8
-, Sheila J 96: 2-8 3 LTE
-, Stephanie
          2001: 4-19 2
          2002: 4-25 1
-, Steven (Steve)
          71: 2-18 8; 2-25 6; 3-25 6; 11-4 6; 11-11 3
          72: 1-13 2 LTE; 2-3 4
          77: 4-28 3; 12-1 1, 11
          79: 3-22 14
          81: 12-10 12
          82: 4-1 1
-, Sue
          73: 5-10 7
          81: 3-5 9; 4-9 8; 5-7 9
-, Susie 81: 9-3 9
-, Terry 94: 3-10 1; 3-17 4 (P)
-, Timothy (Tim)
          71: 2-18 1; 2-25 3 (P); 3-4 1; 3-25 5
          79: 3-22 9
          80: 4-24 7
          87: 5-7 2; 9-24 2; 10-1 5
          88: 8-25 5; 9-8 5; 10-12 1; 10-27 7 (P); 11-3 1 (P), 4 (P)
          89: 2-9 13 (P); 4-20 1; 9-28 4
          96: 4-4 4; 4-18 1, 9
          2002: 9-26 8
- -, arrest on drug charge of 87: 4-30 1
-, Tim L 87: 5-7 1
-, Trina 71: 3-4 3
-, Vicki 87: 9-17 4
-, Wendy
          71: 4-22 5 (P)
          79: 2-22 4
-, Wesley 72: 3-9 1
Anderson-Johnson-Horner Mortuary (business)
          77: 2-17 8
          78: 3-8 12
Anderson-Wolsleger, Shannon (Shannen) 90: 8-30 7, 10; 9-6 8 (P); 9-20 7 (P); 11-8 7; 11-20 7
Andor, Cindy 92: 11-5 6
Andreasen, James (Jim) (see also Andreason, Andreassen)
          76: 3-4 3 (P); 12-9 5 (P)
          77: 2-24 3; 3-24 3; 4-14 4, 5
Andreason, Jim (see also Andreasen, Andreassen, Andresin)
          74: 12-12 4
          76: 3-25 3; 4-1 3; 4-8 3; 9-23 1
          77: 1-27 1; 3-31 6
-, Robin 99: 11-11 7
Andreassen, Jim (see also Andreasen, Andreason) 77: 2-24 1
Andres, Kevin 82: 2-4 10; 2-11 9; 2-18 11; 2-25 8; 4-15 6; 4-22 11
Andresen, Amy 90: 8-30 5
-, John 73: 4-3 7 ((P), 8, 9
-, Molly 96: 2-15 2
Andresin, Jim (see also Andreason) 74: 3-7 8
Andrewjeski, Francis 72: 5-4 3
-, Sherry 72: 5-4 3
Andrews, Justin
         95: 4-13 2; 10-5 1; 10-12 6 (P)
         96: 3-7 2 (P)
         97: 2-20 4 (P)
-, Larry 73: 10-4 3
-, Mark 71: 4-20 12
-, Richard 82: 12-2 1
-, Stephen 97: 4-24 14 (P)
Andrews-Koryta, Stepanka (see also Andrews-Korytova) 82: 12-2 5 (P); 12-9 6
Andrews-Korytova, Stepanka (see also Andrews-Koryta) 82: 12-2 1
Andringa, Mel 89: 6-29 1 (P); 7-13 6
„Androcles and the Lion‟ (play) 74: 11-6 4; 11-21 4
Andropov, Yuri 84: 2-16 1
Andrus, John 90: 7-19 8
Angel, Chad 96: 12-5 1 (P)
„Angelique‟ (opera) 71: 11-18 3
Angelou, Maya 94: 11-17 2
Angels see track and field
Anger Management Tour 2000: 11-16 5
Angle, Henry 96: 10-3 4
Anhaeuser-Busch (business) 81: 3-5 5
Animal Bag (group and recording) 93: 4-8 6
Animal Behavior Research Lab 73: 3-1 4; 3-8 3
 „Animal Crackers‟ (film) 79: 7-26 7
animal cruelty 91: 3-28 4
Animal Justice Program [sic] 74: 3-21 3
animals, stray
         76: 9-29 6
         2000: 2-24 7
Ann Marie, Sister 81: 11-12 7
„Anna Keibler‟ (play) 75: 3-13 8
Annable, Richard
         75: 1-30 1; 10-30 3
         76: 6-17 3
„Anne of the Thousand Days‟ (film) 71: 10-28 4; 11-4 4
 „Annie Get Your Gun‟ (play)
         85: 2-14 16
         2002: 3-14 4
„Annie Hall‟ (film) 81: 11-19 1
Anniston, Michael 85: 9-26 1
Annual Appreciation Coffee 86: 7-8 4
Annual Bibleland Carnival 2000: 10-26 6
Annual Conference on World Affairs see James E Smith Midwest Conference on World Affairs
Annual Conservation and Environmental Awareness Day 74: 4-11 3
Annual Institute on Leadership 85: 3-26 2; 3-28 2
Annual Music Festival Clinic 71: 2-4 3
Annual National Student Kitchen Design Competition 95: 2-2 9
Annual Sociological Conference 71: 4-22 3
anonymous letters 2001: 2-15 3
anorexia nervosa
         84: 9-18 10; 11-15 18
         92: 2-20 9
         93: 10-21 6
         97: 4-17 10
Ansley, Kyla 97: 11-20 2 (P)
Anson, Darrin 95: 9-28 11
Anson, Jack 74: 2-7 10
-, Lindsay 98: 9-3 1
-, Regan
         97: 1-30 1; 2-13 4; 2-20 1; 2-27 5; 3-6 1; 3-13 4; 3-20 4; 4-3 4; 4-10 4, 10; 4-24 1; 5-1 17;
                 9-4 1, 2, 5; 9-11 2, 7; 9-18 2; 9-25 2; 10-2 2; 10-9 2; 10-16 2; 10-23 2; 10-30 2;
                 11-6 2; 11-13 2; 11-20 2; 12-4 2, 8; 12-11 2
         98: 1-15 3, 6; 1-22 3; 1-29 3, 10; 2-5 3, 8; 2-12 3; 2-19 3, 6; 2-26 3; 3-5 3, 4; 3-12 3, 7; 3-
                 19 3, 8; 4-2 3, 4; 4-9 3, 6; 4-16 3, 4; 4-23 3, 4; 4-30 3, 5
         99: 3-25 1, I, II; 4-29 3; 9-16 1 (P); 12-2 2
Anstine, John 73: 9-27 1
Anstutz, Charles 98: 3-5 1
answering machines 89: 3-16 10
Antelope see The Antelope (student newspaper)
Antelope Artillery
         97: 10-23 2
         99: 10-28 5
         2002: 11-14 1
antelope as mascot 93: 9-16 5
Antelope Bookstore (business)
         71: 1-7 3; 10-28 4
         72: 9-7 6
         74: 2-7 5; 9-19 9
         75: 1-16 3; 2-13 4; 9-11 1
         77: 1-20 5; 1-27 3; 9-1 7
         78: 2-16 4
         79: 1-11 3; 12-6 8
         80: 9-25 7; 10-9 3; 12-11 3
         81: 3-19 5; 10-29 Accent 4
         82: 6-17 1; 10-14 8
         84: 8-30 1, 2
         85: 3-28 1; 4-2 1; 5-2 7; 6-25 6; 9-5 4
         86: 3-7 2; 7-17 2
         87: 2-5 4
         88: 4-28 2; 9-15 8
         89: 3-30 12; 5-4 4
         90: 2-15 1; 3-8 4; 4-19 1; 6-21 1
         91: 4-11 11; 4-18 1; 7-3 16; 8-29 6
         92: 1-23 2; 8-27 1
         93: 11-4 1
         94: 3-10 1
         95: 2-2 4; 9-21 1; 11-30 3
         96: 3-7 6; 12-5 6
         97: 2-6 1; 3-20 2
         98: 4-30 1
         99: 9-2 10
         2000: 1-27 8
         2002: 10-3 8
-, check policy of 88: 9-15 4
-, prices at 2002: 9-19 3
Antelope Newspaper Publication Committee 99: 1-21 2
Antelope Room 74: 9-5 3; 9-12 3
Antelope Sports Network 93: 8-26 8
Antelope Study Committee 93: 2-25 1
Antelopes (animals) 93: 1-21 10; 3-4 7
-, seasons for hunting 93: 3-18 8
Antes, Ken
         72: 10-12 4
         73: 9-27 3
         74: 5-2 1
Antholz, Travis 97: 10-9 1, 4 (P)
Anthony, Bob 85: 2-26 6 (P)
-, Jane 78: 8-31 11
-, Janet 71: 4-22 5
-, Kim
         76: 9-16 6; 9-23 1; 9-29 1
         77: 4-14 4; 10-6 5 (P); 10-20 1
-, Mark 84: 4-26 Accent 1
-, Robert 71: 4-22 5
-, Sandy 97: 2-6 5
-, Susan Brownell 89: 2-16 6
-, Tim
         92: 3-12 7; 4-2 7; 4-9 7; 4-16 7; 4-23 7 (P)
         93: 2-18 9; 2-25 8; 3-11 7; 4-1 7; 4-8 8; 4-15 7; 4-22 8
anthrax 2001: 10-18 1
„Antigone‟ (play)
         85: 10-3 5
         94: 11-17 10; 12-1 4, 10; 12-8 9, 14
         95: 1-19 3; 2-16 6
Antillion, Elias 94: 10-13 14
Anti-Lope (underground newspaper)
         90: 12-6 1
         92: 1-23 2
         95: 3-16 3
„Antique Cars‟ (minicourse) 76: 2-12 10
antiques 92: 9-24 11
anti-tobacco grant 96: 1-18 2
„Antitrust‟ 2001: 1-25 4
Antler Snack Bar (business)
         86: 3-7 2
         88: 9-22 12
         94: 3-17 6
         95: 3-9 1
Antoine, Denis G 2002: 3-7 1
Anton, Craig
         81: 3-5 1; 4-2 3; 4-30 5 (P); 10-1 8 (P)
         82: 4-15 1; 4-22 7; 9-23 1; 10-14 3
Antonio, Karla 98: 10-29 7; 11-12 8
„Antz‟ 98: 10-8 6
Anway, Sherri 92: 2-13 6
„Any Given Sunday‟ 2000: 9-14 4
„Anything Goes‟ (play) 76: 2-12 5; 3-25 3; 4-1 3; 4-15 3; 4-23 2, 8
Aoi, Keiko
         82: 12-9 6 (P)
         83: 2-24 3
         84: 12-13 11
AOL see America Online
AOPi Big Brothers Program 73: 1-11 4
apartheid 88: 4-18 6
-, protests against
         85: 10-10 1, 4; 10-17 1
         89: 4-20 1; 5-4 6
Apartheid Awareness Campaign 89: 4-20 1
„Apartheid: Is Change Coming‟ (lecture) 89: 11-9 1
apartment hunting
         75: 3-13 3
         79: 7-26 3
apartment living 76: 11-4 6
apartments
         95: 9-21 6
         2002: 4-18 1
                  see also off-campus living
apartments compared to residence halls 76: 1-15 1
apathy
         73: 7-5 2
         79: 11-15 1
Apathybusters (comedy team) 88: 3-24 2
Apel, Jeff 92: 11-5 9
Apel, Jennifer (Jenny)
         89: 11-2 9; 11-16 9; 12-7 8
         90: 2-1 9; 2-8 10; 2-22 8; 3-1 8 (P); 3-29 7; 11-8 9; 11-15 9; 12-6 7; 12-13 8
         91: 1-24 9; 1-31 9; 2-7 10; 2-14 9; 3-7 8; 9-12 8; 10-10 4; 12-5 9
         92: 1-23 8; 1-30 7; 2-6 7; 10-29 7; 11-12 7, 8 (P); 12-10 11
         93: 1-28 7; 2-4 7; 2-11 7 (P); 2-25 7
-, Matt 93: 4-8 7
Apfel, Cheryl
         73: 9-27 8
         74: 3-28 1; 5-9 3; 9-19 4; 11-21 5
         75: 3-20 1; 4-24 5; 9-25 5
         76: 2-12 3; 5-6 4
-, Derek 90: 4-19 7; 10-11 7; 10-25 10
Aphrodite Beauty Salon (business) 73: 3-1 Fashion 5
Aphrodite Hair Salon (business) 88: 4-28 4
Aphrodite Salon (business) 75: 3-13 Special 3
Apke, Tom 77: 10-27 10
Aplaugh, Amanda 83: 9-8 10
Apley, Lori 80: 11-6 7 (P)
„Apocalypse Now‟ (film) 81: 11-19 1
„Apollo 13‟ (film) 96: 2-29 1; 3-14 1
Apostol, Robert Z 73: 8-30 5
App, Cindy 87: 2-5 2; 2-12 6; 2-26 2
„Apparitions‟ (recording) 85: 12-5 14
Apple computers 82: 4-29 1
Apple Education Foundation 84: 10-4 1
Apple Orchard (computer classroom) 82: 4-29 1
Apple Valley Reading Council 96: 2-22 9; 2-29 9; 3-7 9; 3-14 13; 3-28 7
Applebee‟s (business) 2002: 10-17 4
Appleby, Bruce 72: 9-21 1; 9-28 1; 11-30 8
Appleby‟s Cards and Gifts (business)
         86: 2-13 5
         88: 2-11 4
         89: 2-16 5
         90: 2-8 5
Applecrate (mobile microcomputer) 85: 1-22 11; 2-7 2; 2-12 2; 5-2 3, 11
Apple-Garth, Ruth 84: 12-6 2
Applegarth, Ruth 84: 12-11 5 (P)
Applegate, Bonnie 71: 9-23 1; 9-30 1, 5
-, Janis 2000: 8-31 6
Appleman, Lora (Lauri)
          73: 10-18 1
          74: 3-28 1; 4-4 7 (P); 5-2 8
          75: 2-27 9; 3-20 1; 4-4 6; 9-25 6
Applen, Allen
          71: 4-1 3; 4-15 2; 11-11 3
          73: 1-11 1
-, June 72: 10-26 8
Appleton, Jay
          84: 9-13 13; 12-6 9
          85: 2-19 12
Application Awards 71: 5-20 3
applied mathematical sciences, degree in 83: 11-17 1
applied statistics, program in 73: 2-15 4
Appliger, Gail 79: 11-8 1
Appreciation Days see KSC Appreciation Days
Approaching Lavender‟ (play) 98: 4-30 5
April Fools Dance 82: 4-1 1
April Fools Day 77: 3-31 1
April Fools Day section 99: 4-1 6
Aprill, Andrew 85: 3-5 6 LTE
Aqua Lords 71: 9-30 3
Aqualopers see swimming
„Aquatic Activities‟ (course) 74: 3-7 5
Aquatics Mainstreaming Workshop 79: 2-15 3
Aquino, Melindda 71: 4-1 3
-, Nicholas 71: 4-20 3; 4-22 5; 5-6 2
ARA Dining Service see ARA Food Services (business)
ARA Dining Services see ARA Food Services (business)
ARA Food Service see ARA Food Services (business)
ARA Food Services (business) (AUTH)
          75: 6-19 4; 9-18 10
          76: 2-19 5
          77: 3-3 1; 3-31 1, 4; 4-14 4; 9-1 8; 9-15 10; 10-27 1; 11-3 6; 11-17 3
          78: 2-2 1, 6; 2-9 7; 4-6 5; 8-31 1, 3; 10-12 8; 11-9 8; 11-16 1
          79: 1-18 1; 3-1 8; 3-22 1; 4-5 Encounter 3; 5-3 6; 8-30 1, 5; 11-29 6; 12-6 3
          80: 1-17 1; 2-7 4; 4-24 5; 7-17 3; 8-28 7; 11-6 3
          81: 1-29 4; 2-12 1; 3-19 5; 9-3 6
          82: 9-2 1; 9-23 8
          83: 9-15 1; 10-20 3
          84: 11-29 2; 2-23 5; 3-29 1; 6-14 1; 11-29 2
-, efficiency of dishwasher of 77: 2-24 7
-, investigation into food provided by 76: 10-14 3
-, problems with 79: 3-29 1
-, special meals planned by 80: 4-24 5
-, survey by 77: 2-24 1
ARA Slaters (food service)
          71: 5-6 1
          73: 2-22 4
Arafune, Kirohiko 73: 4-3 7 (P), 8
Aranjo, Chris (see also Araujo) 2002: 10-10 10
Aranza, Paulina 80: 4-17 4 (P)
Arasmith, Clete 88: 4-14 8
-, Dave Scot 85: 4-16 10
-, Scott 85: 1-17 1 (P); 9-26 1
Araujo, Chris (see also Aranjo) 2002: 9-26 1; 10-3 1; 10-31 8; 11-7 1; 11-21 1; 12-5 1; 12-12 11
-, Paulette 71: 1-7 5
Arbagost, Kim 96: 1-25 1
Arbogast, Viola 77: 10-6 7 (P)
arboretum
         80: 5-1 5
         85: 4-18 14
Arbuckle, Dugald 78: 10-26 Encounter 2
Arby‟s (business) 90: 1-18 1
„Arcadia‟ (play) 98: 1-15 2; 1-29 8; 3-5 10
Arcehar, Marcella 96: 10-10 10
Arch, Melissa
         2000: 11-2 1, 6
         2001: 9-20 2
         2002: 2-14 8; 2-21 1; 2-28 1, 8; 3-7 1; 9-12 8
archaeology, course in 87: 3-26 2
Archer, Becky
         81: 10-8 1; 10-29 Accent 4
         82: 4-1 6 (P); 4-15 1; 9-23 1; 10-7 2; 12-2 1, 3
         83: 1-20 1; 2-3 1; 2-10 2; 2-17 1; 3-3 1; 4-21 2 LTE
-, Brad
         79: 3-1 10; 3-22 13; 3-29 14; 4-5 10, 11; 4-12 8
         80: 3-6 7; 3-13 8; 4-17 10; 5-1 11; 6-26 8; 10-16 8 (P)
         81: 3-5 8; 3-26 8; 4-2 8; 4-9 9; 5-7 9; 9-10 9
         82: 4-22 10; 4-29 11
         94: 4-14 8
-, Denise (Denice)
         95: 8-24 2
         96: 1-25 6; 9-19 7; 11-7 5
         98: 1-29 4. 2-5 8; 4-9 1
-, Elizabeth S 82: 9-30 2 LTE
-, Janice
         82: 10-7 1; 10-28 1
         83: 3-24 6 (P); 3-31 1; 4-21 1; 4-28 1; 9-1 4; 10-13 1; 11-10 1; 11-17 1; 12-8 1
         84: 2-23 1; 5-3 10 (P); 11-29 10
         85: 3-5 11; 4-2 7; 4-23 1
-, Kim
         85: 3-21 11 (P)
         87: 2-19 6
Archers Club 81: 11-19 1
archery, intramural
         72: 10-26 6
         73: 9-27 11
         74: 10-3 6
         82: 10-28 9
Archery Club 75: 8-29 10
Architects Plus (business)
         77: 9-29 1
         78: 10-5 1; 10-26 1
„Architecture of the World‟ (lecture) 2002: 10-10 2
Archwamety, Cynthia
         84: 11-29 3
         94: 11-17 3 LTE
         2001: 3-8 1
         2002: 5-2 11
-, Teara
         79: 9-6 5
         84: 9-13 10
         86: 9-18 2; 11-20 1; 12-4 1
         88: 6-23 1
archway see Great Platte River Road Archway Monument
Arctic Iguanas (team name) 91: 10-3 9
Ardisson, Jim 74: 3-7 9
Ardissano, Carol (see also Ardissono) 72: 3-98 5
Ardissono, Carol (see also Ardissano)
         72: 11-16 8
         73: 3-29 5
 „Are You Broke?‟ 2002: 2-7 2
Area Agency on Aging 78: 4-20 6
Areas of Excellence 83: 3-17 1
Arechiga, Roger 97: 4-10 1; 4-24 12
Arehart, Allison 99: 11-18 2 (P)
-, Brock
         95: 8-31 11
         96: 2-2 4
         98: 10-15 2 (P)
         2000: 12-7 7
Arehart, Julie 82: 11-11 6
Arellano, Leah
         96: 3-7 10; 12-5 10
         97: 4-10 3; 9-4 2; 9-11 2; 9-18 2; 9-25 2; 10-2 2; 10-9 2; 10-16 2; 10-23 2; 10-30 2; 11-6
                 2; 11-13 2; 11-20 2; 12-4 2; 12-11 2
         98: 1-15 3; 1-22 3; 1-29 3; 2-5 3; 2-12 3; 2-19 3; 2-26 3; 3-5 3; 3-12 3; 3-19 3; 4-2 3; 4-9
                 3; 4-16 3; 4-23 3; 4-30 3
Arend, Brant (see also Arends) 97: 9-11 5
Arends, Brant (Brand; Brandt; Brett) (see also Arend)
         98: 4-30 9; 9-24 7; 10-8 8
         99: 4-1 7; 9-2 6; 9-16 5 (P)
         2000: 9-7 6; 9-14 6; 9-21 5; 9-28 7; 10-5 4
         2001: 4-5 6; 4-12 5
Arendt, Mary Lou 95: 2-16 2 (P)
Arens, Frank
         85: 12-5 1
         88: 9-15 7 (P)
Arent, Jerry 90: 3-8 1
Arfmann, Justin
         97: 1-30 2 (P)
         98: 1-29 1 (P)
Argersinger, Carl 71: 1-7 7
-, Craig 71: 4-22 6
Argo, Brian 97: 4-10 10 (P)
-, Frances
         92: 1-30 3 (P), 10; 4-23 12; 10-29 5
         97: 4-10 10
Arguelles, Romeo A 74: 4-1 6 (P)
Arias, Carlos Andres
         99: 9-30 5
         2000: 3-9 6; 3-23 6; 4-6 9; 4-13 5
         2001: 4-12 6; 4-19 5; 4-26 11; 11-29 7
         2002: 2-21 5; 2-28 5; 3-7 5; 3-14 6; 4-4 6, 8 (P); 4-11 5; 4-18 5; 4-25 6; 5-2 8
-, Oscar 2002: 1-24 2; 1-31 2; 2-7 2; 2-14 2; 2-28 2; 3-7 1, 8; 3-14 1 (P), 8
Arid Environment Field Study 80: 12-4 4
Ariel 4000 (exercise system) 85: 1-22 11
Arifuzzaman, Muhammad
         92: 11-18 2 (P)
         93: 3-18 10
         95: 2-9 10; 2-16 8; 3-30 2 (P)
Arikpo, Arikpo Bassey
         75: 5-1 2
         76: 2-19 1; 2-26 2; 3-25 2; 4-29 2
         77: 2-3 5 (P); 11-3 3; 11-10 3
         79: 1-26 7; 2-8 7; 4-12 6 (P)
Aripko, William 83: 11-17 Accent 8
Aristotle University
         95: 9-28 2
         96: 10-10 2
         98: 11-5 6
Arizona, study trip to 71: 4-29 3
Arkansas Rep (theater troupe) 89: 3-30 2
Arkenstone (band)
         75: 3-6 1; 3-13 1
         76: 3-4 5; 3-25 3
Arkfeld, Susan (Susie)
         82: 9-9 10; 11-11 10
         83: 9-1 14
         84: 8-30 19 (P); 10-23 13 (P); 11-13 10
         85: 8-29 11; 9-12 7 (P); 9-19 8; 10-3 9; 10-23 8; 11-7 8
Arkin, Sharon 95: 10-12 2
Arkins, Brian 93: 4-1 10
Arlington, F Lee Jr 73: 8-30 7
-, Lee 92: 2-13 6
arm wrestling 97: 3-20 5
-, intramural 87: 11-12 9
Arm Wrestling Tournament 2001: 3-1 4
Armagost, Bev
         83: 9-15 7; 9-22 15; 9-29 9; 10-13 4; 10-20 3, 4; 11-10 7; 11-17 3; 12-2 9
         84: 1-26 4; 2-2 9; 2-9 6; 3-1 5; 3-29 6; 4-5 4, 5; 4-12 6; 4-26 8; 5-3 4; 6-14 2; 6-21 1, 2, 5;
                  6-28 2; 7-12 2; 7-19 2; 7-26 2
-, James R (Jim)
         88: 5-5 1; 7-14 2; 9-8 15; 9-29 1; 10-12 6
         89: 2-23 4; 7-13 2
Armbruster, David
         71: 11-4 6
         72: 1-20 4
Arment, Ken
         80: 7-3 7
         82: 9-2 883: 10-20 10 (P); 12-2 11; 9-23 9; 10-28 8; 12-2 6 (P)
Armento, Donna 89: 9-28 8
Armknecht, Jodi (Jody) (see also Armknect)
         95: 3-30 8; 8-24 7, 8; 8-31 9; 10-12 8; 10-19 7; 11-2 7; 11-30 7 (P)
         96: 8-29 9, 10; 9-19 8, 9; 9-26 7; 10-10 6; 10-17 5 (P); 10-24 7 (P), 8; 11-14 7; 11-21 8;
                  12-12 6
         97: 3-20 7 (P); 5-1 7; 9-4 8; 9-18 7, 8; 9-25 5; 10-2 5; 10-9 5 (P), 6; 10-23 7 (P), 8; 10-30
                  7; 11-6 5; 11-13 5 (P); 11-20 4 (P)
         98: 9-3 7; 9-10 7; 10-29 1 (P); 11-19 7
Armknect, Jodi 98: 8-27 7 (P) (see also Armknecht)
Armagost, Betty Jo 98: 11-12 5
Armour, Valerie 87: 3-26 6
Armstrong, Cheri 80: 2-28 4
-, Christopher 97: 1-30 2
-, Drew
          81: 3-5 8; 4-9 9; 4-23 8; 5-7 9; 9-10 9; 11-12 5
          82: 4-15 7; 4-22 10; 4-29 11; 10-14 9
          83: 4-14 9; 4-21 7; 5-5 10
          84: 3-23 12; 3-29 9
-, Ed 92: 4-30 4
-, Gayle
          77: 11-10 8
          80: 12-11 8
-, Gene 91: 7-3 12
-, Guyla
          75: 8-29 3
          79: 12-13 5
          82: 4-15 Accent 1
          83: 11-10 1; 11-17 1
-, Janette 86: 11-6 1
-, Jean 99: 10-28 9
-, Kim 92: 10-8 4 (P)
-, Kirk 79: 10-4 2 LTE
-, Mark
          84: 7-23 1 (P)
          86: 7-24 4
-, Mike 92: 11-4 2 (P)
-, Randy 78: 7-27 1
-, Richard 76: 11-4 3
-, Rod
          72: 10-19 10; 10-26 7; 11-2 9
          73: 5-3 10; 9-20 6; 9-27 10; 10-4 6; 10-11 6; 10-25 5; 11-1 8
          74: 3-7 3; 8-29 7; 10-17 10; 11-21 7
          75: 1-23 2; 1-30 3; 2-20 2; 3-20 2; 4-10 2; 4-24 2; 5-8 2, 8
          76: 9-16 9; 9-29 10
          2002: 1-31 1
-, Sean 91: 10-17 5
-, Vicki 72: 10-12 4
Army Reserve see United States Army Reserve
Army ROTC Camp Challenge ‟93 93: 2-11 12; 2-18 12; 2-25 10; 3-4 10; 3-11 10;3-18 12; 4-1 10;
          4-8 10; 4-15 12; 4-22 13; 4-29 15
Army Specialty Training 80: 9-11 6
Arnall, Cindy
          78: 4-13 3; 4-27 3; 9-28 Encounter 2; 10-26 Encounter 2; 11-30 Encounter 2; 12-14
                  Encounter 2
          79: 1-26 Encounter 2; 2-22 Encounter 2; 3-22 Encounter 2; 4-5 Encounter 2; 5-3 1; 8-30
                  2; 9-6 2; 9-13 2; 9-20 2; 9-27 2; 10-4 2; 10-11 2; 10-28 2; 11-1 2; 11-8 2; 11-15 2;
                  11-29 2; 12-6 2; 12-13 2
          80: 1-10 2; 1-17 2; 1-24 2; 1-31 2; 1-31 Encounter 10 (P); 2-7 2; 2-14 2; 2-21 2; 2-28 2; 3-
                  6 2; 3-13 2; 3-27 2; 4-3 2; 4-17 2; 4-24 2; 5-1 1, 2; 10-9 1
Arnat, Marie 72: 3-16 6
Arndt, Lori (see also Arnt)
          82: 3-25 7
          84: 1-26 12
          85: 1-31 15; 2-7 18; 3-21 23; 3-26 5; 4-2 23; 4-11 13; 4-16 5; 4-23 6; 4-30 5; 10-23 8; 11-
                  7 9; 11-14 7
          86: 5-1 9
-, Scott
          90: 10-25 9
          92: 4-9 7; 10-15 10 (P)
         93: 4-8 8; 4-22 8; 9-16 8; 9-23 7, 8; 9-30 7; 10-7 7; 10-14 7
         94: 3-31 7; 4-14 7
Arnie Larson Old Instrument Collection 71: 10-21 5
Arnold, Bill 79: 12-13 7
-, Christy 87: 2-12 4 (P)
-, Dan
         72: 11-9 10; 11-30 5 (P), 6
         78: 10-5 15; 10-12 15
         80: 5-1 3
         81: 9-24 6
         83: 12-8 8 (P)
         85: 2-26 9
-, Erin
         2001: 4-19 6; 9-13 5; 9-20 5 (P), 6; 10-4 5 (P), 6; 10-11 5; 10-18 5, 6; 11-8 5; 11-15 6; 11-
                  29 6
         2002: 9-5 5; 9-12 4 (P), 6; 9-19 5; 9-26 4; 10-3 5; 10-10 1, 5; 10-17 5, 6; 10-31 5, 6; 11-7
                  5; 11-14 4; 11-21 5, 6; 12-5 4
-, Eugene
         76: 3-4 3 (P); 4-8 8 (P)
         77: 3-31 3; 10-20 1
-, Fred
         82: 2-25 4; 3-4 7; 3-18 4; 4-15 4; 4-22 10; 4-29 11; 9-9 1; 9-23 3; 9-30 6; 10-7 5; 11-11 7;
                  12-9 3, 9
         83: 1-20 3; 1-27 5; 3-3 4, 5; 3-17 3; 3-24 1; 3-31 4; 4-14 5; 4-21 6; 4-28 4; 4-28 Accent 6;
                  5-5 6
-, Gary 91: 10-3 9
-, Gene
         77: 3-24 1; 11-10 4
         78: 3-8 3
-, John
         77: 2-10 12 (P); 2-24 8, 9; 9-8 10
         90: 6-14 7; 10-11 8 (P); 11-15 8
         91: 4-11 1; 4-18 1; 9-19 5; 12-5 13
         92: 2-20 8
         93: 11-11 12
         98: 4-2 5
-, Kathy 90: 10-11 6
-, Leanne 87: 4-16 4
-, Mary
         71: 2-4 4
         72: 9-7 1; 9-28 3 (P)
-, Mike
         88: 3-17 12 (P)
         90: 8-30 7
-, Neal (Neil)
         93: 9-16 7; 10-21 7
         94: 3-3 8; 3-10 8; 4-7 8; 4-28 7
         95: 3-16 7; 3-30 8; 4-6 7; 4-13 8; 4-27 7
         96: 3-28 5; 4-4 7; 4-25 12; 11-7 8
         97: 2-20 6; 2-27 6; 3-6 6, 7; 3-20 6; 4-3 6; 4-24 6
         98: 2-26 5
-, Steve 2000: 9-14 6
-, Taryn 2000: 2-17 4 (P)
-, Travis
         88: 11-17 7
         89: 1-19 8; 2-9 10; 2-16 7; 2-23 7; 3-16 8
           90: 12-13 7
-, Wilma 84: 3-1 4 (P)
Arnt, Lori (see also Arndt) 86: 4-17 8
Arntz, Tim 92: 9-3 7
Arntzen, Cindy 80: 1-24 2
-, Kellye
           78: 8-31 14; 9-28 9; 10-26 11; 11-9 11; 11-16 11; 11-30 10; 12-7 13; 12-14 10
           79: 1-11 10; 1-26 8; 2-1 14; 2-22 11; 3-1 10; 3-15 9
-, Shelley (Shelly)
           79: 8-30 14; 11-8 11
           80: 2-7 10; 9-4 8
Around Him, Samuel John 90: 12-13 4
Arp, Dale 80: 11-13 10
-, Duane 80: 11-13 10
-, Kathy
           92: 3-12 12; 3-19 10; 4-2 12; 4-9 10
           93: 4-15 9
           94: 9-29 2 (P); 12-8 4
Arram, Amar 91: 4-11 9
-, Essam
           71: 4-22 5; 5-6 2; 7-1 2; 9-23 2; 10-28 7
           72: 4-20 7; 4-27 1
           73: 11-29 2
Arrants, Christopher 95: 2-9 12
-, Ila 85: 8-29 3
-, Jason
           92: 8-27 8; 9-17 8; 10-29 10
           93: 4-15 7; 4-29 7; 10-21 7
           94: 3-3 8; 3-10 8; 4-7 8; 4-21 7; 4-28 7
-, Steve
           86: 9-5 2 (P)
           87: 12-10 7
           88: 1-28 9
Arrington, Dane 85: 4-16 2; 4-18 2; 4-23 2; 4-25 2
Arritt, Anthony 82: 9-16 7
Arrowsmith, Brad
           86: 8-28 7
           87: 8-27 8
           88: 11-10 7
           89: 4-20 8; 8-31 7; 10-12 9
           90: 1-25 7 (P); 8-30 7
           92: 11-18 8
„Arsenic and Old Lace‟ 99: 1-21 2; 4-15 2, 4; 4-22 4
Arslanian, Tom 73: 6-21 6
arson
           77: 4-7 3
           82: 11-18 Accent 5
art, inventory of campus 74: 3-28 3
-, theft from KSC Art Gallery of 75: 10-2 3; 10-23 4; 11-6 3
Art Annex 88: 4-21 15
art classes 73: 1-25 5
Art Club 84: 12-6 2
Art Education Senior Exhibit 2001: 12-6 9
art exhibit 71: 1-14 3
Art Faculty Exhibition
           77: 1-13 1
          2001: 10-11 4
Art Gallery 75: 9-5 7
art in campus buildings
          86: 11-6 6
          88: 3-17 12
          97: 3-6 1, 10
Art in the Park
          73: 7-12 3; 7-19 6
          74: 7-11 2
          75: 7-10 1, 6; 7-17 3
          76: 7-9 1
          77: 6-23 1; 6-30 4
          78: 6-29 1
          79: 6-28 1
          80: 7-3 5; 7-10 1; 7-17 1, 5, 6
          81: 7-9 1; 7-16 1, 5
          82: 7-1 1; 7-15 5
          83: 6-30 4
          84: 6-28 4
          85: 7-2 7; 7-9 7
          86: 7-8 1
          87: 7-16 6
          88: 6-30 2
          89: 6-29 1, 2; 7-13 1, 4
          90: 6-28 2; 7-12 8
          93: 10-14 1
art modeling 91: 10-3 12
Art of Chicago Tour 93: 2-11 12; 2-18 12; 2-25 10; 3-4 10; 3-11 10; 3-18 12; 4-1 10; 4-8 10; 4-15
          12; 4-22 13
art on campus
          71: 3-4 4
          81: 4-23 3
art sale 76: 12-9 6
Art Session (class) 79: 2-1 5
Artel (art exhibit) 93: 2-4 5; 9-2 6
Artel (artists‟ organization) 92: 10-29 5
Artel 1200 Mile Network Premiere Exhibition 92: 4-2 12; 4-9 4
Arter, Debbie (Deb)
          77: 11-3 7
          78: 1-26 9; 3-8 10; 3-16 8, 9; 4-13 6; 4-20 7; 4-27 8; 7-20 8
          79: 1-26 9; 2-15 11; 2-22 10; 3-1 10; 3-29 12
Arterberry, Trent 89: 10-5 1
Arthritis Foundation
          81: 10-8 3
          83: 11-10 7
          84: 10-11 1
          85: 10-10 1
          94: 4-7 1, 10
          95: 11-30 2
Arthur, Bryan 87: 9-10 4
-, Donovan 97: 9-11 2 (P)
-, King 2001: 11-15 4
Arthur, Mike 78: 4-27 8; 5-4 15
 „Arthur‟ (film) 82: 1-21 5
 „Artichoke‟ (play) 86: 4-24 1
Artists and Lecturers Series
          72: 9-7 3
          77: 9-8 1
          80: 9-11 4
Artists of Kearney Studio Tour 2002: 3-14 2; 11-21 2
Arts Alive Book Drive 82: 4-15 1
„Arts and Crafts‟ (minicourse) 74: 1-31 3
Artz, Lyle 73: 5-10 1
-, Matt
          88: 8-25 7; 10-27 9
          89: 11-2 8
          90: 8-30 7; 9-20 7; 10-4 7
-, Nick 2001: 1-18 5;1-25 5; 2-1 6; 2-8 5; 2-15 5; 2-22 5
-, Tim 91: 9-19 7
„As Good As It Gets‟ (film) 98: 1-22 8
As I See It discussion series
          87: 11-5 6
          88: 3-24 8
          89: 9-21 6; 11-9 1
          90: 4-19 6; 10-11 11
As If (team name) 92: 4-23 8
„As You Like It‟ (play) 93: 10-28 10: 11-4 2; 11-11 10
Asay, Aaron 2002: 11-14 8
-, Sylvia
          86: 9-11 2
          91: 8-29 1
          92: 4-16 Special Section 7
          94: 1-27 12
          97: 2-13 10
-, Ted 85: 9-5 1
-, Tammie (Tami) 78: 9-21 9; 11-30 9
Asay, Thomas 72: 11-9 7 (P)
Aschbrenner, Carol (see also Aschenbrenner) 92: 10-29 2
Asche, Dwayne 88: 1-14 8; 9-15 11
-, Gayla 74: 11-14 4
-, Greg
          88: 2-18 8; 4-28 9; 10-27 9
          89: 11-2 8
-, Janelle 90: 11-15 12
-, Jim 94: 4-14 7
-, Lyle (see also Ashe)
          74: 3-28 7
          75: 2-27 9; 8-29 13; 11-20 7
          76: 4-1 8; 9-2 15; 9-9 12; 11-18 6
          77: 4-7 6; 9-1 11; 9-22 10; 11-3 9; 12-1 11; 12-8 12
-, Mike (Michael J) (see also Ashe)
          90: 9-13 10; 9-20 10; 9-27 8
          91: 2-21 8; 4-4 7; 4-11 7; 4-25 2 (P), 7; 5-2 7 (P); 11-7 8
          92: 2-20 7; 3-19 7; 4-2 7, 8; 4-9 7; 4-16 7 (P); 4-23 7, 8; 4-30 7
          93: 2-11 12; 2-18 9; 2-25 8; 4-8 8; 4-15 7; 4-29 7, 8; 10-21 7
          94: 3-3 8; 3-10 8; 3-17 7; 3-31 7; 4-7 8; 4-14 7 (P), 8; 4-21 7; 4-28 7; 10-13 7
          2002: 4-25 6
-, Neil 76: 2-5 6
-, Roger 89: 1-19 6 (P)
Aschenbrenner, Carol (see also Aschbrenner) 95: 10-26 1
Aschoff, Frances
          79: 11-29 6
         81: 11-19 2 LTE
Ascoli, Dorothy 90: 11-15 14
Asenaur, Matt 93: 2-25 10
Asfaw, Kidest 93: 3-18 6
Ash, Dwain 93: 8-26 8
Ash Ganley Band 2002: 9-19 4; 9-26 7
Ashbaugh, Courtney
         97: 10-2 4
         98: 4-9 4
Ashbrook, John 72: 5-4 1
Ashburn, Kim 73: 11-7 1
-, Robbin (Robin)
         74: 3-21 8
         75: 3-6 1; 5-1 8; 6-26 8
-, Rod 73: 10-18 6
Ashe, Lyle (see also Asche) 74: 4-18 7; 10-10 7
Ashe, Mike (see also Asche) 92: 3-12 7
Ashen, Leah 89: 2-16 9
Asher, Alan
         95: 8-24 2
         96: 9-19 8
-, James J 87: 6-25 6
-, Ryan 92: 10-22 2 (P)
Ashford, Brad
         89: 2-23 1
         93: 3-11 5 (P)
Ashley, Mitch 80: 4-24 7 (P)
-, Paula
         80: 10-9 3
         81: 11-12 1
-, Sara 2002: 9-19 1
Ashlin, Leslie 74: 2-21 3
Ashman, Richard (Dick)
         78: 8-31 11
         80: 8-28 8
         81: 7-9 3
         85: 1-15 3
         87: 10-8 1
         88: 4-28 2
-, Joanne 90: 3-8 12 (P)
-, Mark
         89: 9-14 14 (P); 10-19 2; 11-16 12; 12-14 3, 4, 9, 10
         90: 1-18 1, 3, 8; 1-25 1, 3; 2-8 1, 2, 3, 4; 2-15 2, 3, 8, 10; 2-22 1, 3, 4, 8; 3-1 3, 7; 3-8 1, 3,
                  5, 8, 11; 3-29 3, 4, 5, 7, 9, 10; 4-5 2, 3, 8; 4-12 2 (P), 3, 4; 4-19 3, 7, 9; 4-26 1, 2,
                  3, 8; 5-3 1, 3, 7, 9; 6-14 2, 6; 6-21 1, 2, 6; 6-28 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; 7-12 2, 6; 7-19
                  2, 6; 7-26 2, 5; 8-30 1, 3, 5, 7, 8, 9; 9-6 1, 3, 7, 13; 9-13 3, 5, 10, 11; 9-20 3, 6, 7,
                  10, 12; 9-27 3, 4, 6, 7, 8; 10-4 1, 3, 7, 8, 9, 11; 10-11 3, 14; 10-25 3, 4, 7, 11; 11-
                  1 1, 3, 7; 11-8 3, 6, 7, 11; 11-15 3, 7, 10; 11-20 1, 3, 5, 9, 10, 12, 13; 12-6 1, 2, 3,
                  7, 9, 10, 11, 18; 12-13 3, 6, 7, 9
Ashton, Nancy L
         76: 9-2 8
         77: 2-3 2 LTE; 9-1 8
Asia (band) 86: 2-6 6
Asia, study trip to
         89: 11-16 6
         90: 2-8 11
Asian American Friendship Day 97: 5-1 2
Asian American Student Association 98: 2-26 1
Asian Festival 98: 4-23 1
Asian History Month 98: 2-26 1
„Asia‟s New Economic Order‟ (presentation) 90: 4-19 9
Askew, Mark 72: 1-20 2 LTE
Asleep at the Wheel (group) 75: 4-17 1, 3
Asmus, Kari 87: 10-22 12
Asmussen, Kelly
          76: 9-2 8
          77: 3-17 8; 3-24 9; 3-31 8; 4-14 7; 4-21 9; 4-28 8; 5-5 10
-, Lanet 90: 1-18 1
-, Mary 77: 10-20 1
Aspegren, Dave 92: 10-15 7; 10-22 10
-, Dorothy 79: 2-8 8 (P)
-, Sheryl 87: 2-12 2 (P)
-, Trisha (see also Aspergren)
          94: 2-17 8; 9-1 7; 9-15 8 (P); 11-3 7
          95: 8-24 8; 8-31 7, 9
          97: 9-4 7, 8; 9-25 5; 10-9 5; 10-16 5; 11-13 5; 11-20 4
Aspen, Adrienne 71: 3-25 5
-, Katie 94: 2-24 7; 4-14 8; 4-21 7; 4-28 9
-, Phyllis Campbell
          78: 10-5 1 (P)
          82: 9-16 1
          86: 7-24 1
          87: 1-22 2; 1-29 2, 6 (P); 2-5 2
Aspergren, Karen 84; 5-3 9
-, Trisha (see also Aspegren)
          96: 8-29 10
          97: 2-13 6; 9-11 5; 9-18 7; 10-2 5; 10-23 7, 8; 10-30 7
Aspinall, Wayne N 71: 4-20 12
Ass Backwards (band) 99: 4-29 1
Assad, Emile 71: 5-6 2
-, Nabil M
          71: 5-6 2
          72: 4-27 1
assassinations, course on 77: 10-6 9
Assault (band)
          85: 12-5 1
          86: 1-30 1; 2-13 1
Assemblies of God 71: 10-21 3
Assembly of God
          73: 8-30 7
          74: 9-26 7
assertiveness 88: 2-4 13
-, program on 87: 2-26 2
„Assertiveness Training‟ (class)
          74: 12-12 1
          76: 9-16 7
          77: 10-20 9; 2-12 3
          78: 2-16 1
          79: 3-15 1
          80: 1-10 3
Assertiveness Workshop
          86: 2-6 2
         87: 9-10 2
assessment of learning 93: 2-18 6
assisted suicide 99: 3-25 1, Iff
Associated College Unions-International games 72: 2-24 4
Associated Collegiate Press
         71: 9-23 2
         84: 9-6 17
Associated Computer Machinery 91: 4-11 12
Associated Staffing
         98: 9-17 5
         2001: 3-29 1
         2002: 1-31 8
Associated Students of Kansas 80: 12-11 1
Associated Students of Kearney
         77: 9-22 1; 10-20 1
         78: 9-21 5; 12-7 3
Associated Students of Kearney State 7: 10-6 8
Associated Students of Kearney State College
         72: 3-9 1
         90: 9-6 1
Associated Students of the University of Nebraska
         74: 9-26 3
         77: 2-24 3
         79: 2-22 1
         80:12-11 1
Associated Students of the University of Nebraska at Kearney 95: 9-28 4
Associated Women Students (AWS)
         71: 1-14 1; 2-4 3; 2-11 1, 5; 2-18 6; 2-25 5; 3-4 1; 3-25 1, 3, 5; 4-1 1; 4-29 1; 5-6 5; 9-9 4;
                  9-23 4; 9-30 4; 10-14 4; 10-28 4; 11-4 1, 4; 12-2 4; 12-9 6
         72: 1-13 3; 1-27 4; 2-3 4; 2-10 4; 2-24 4; 3-2 3 LTE; 3-23 4; 4-13 1; 4-20 1; 8-31 7; 10-19
                  1, 5, 7; 10-26 1; 11-9 12
         73: 5-10 4; 7-30 8; 10-4 4; 11-15 4, 6; 12-13 4
         74: 8-29 5; 10-17 5; 12-12 5
         75: 8-29 10
-, Christmas display contest of 71: 12-16 3
-, questionnaire of 72: 4-27 1
-, scholarship of 73: 5-3 3
Association of College and University Housing Officers 71: 9-16 3
Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
         73: 2-15 4; 2-22 5; 4-19 3; 5-10 4
         74: 5-2 7; 10-10 5; 11-14 4; 12-12 3
         75: 9-18 3
         76: 1-22 3; 1-29 3; 2-12 10; 3-4 4; 4-15 6; 4-29 4; 9-16 5; 10-14 10; 11-11 3; 12-2 3
         77: 2-10 3; 9-29 1; 10-6 3, 14; 10-27 3; 11-10 3
         78: 2-23 3; 4-13 3; 4-27 3; 9-14 1; 9-21 3
         80: 2-14 1
         88: 8-25 2; 9-1 2; 11-3 1; 11-10 1; 12-1 12
         90: 4-12 1; 11-15 1
         92: 2-6 14; 2-27 10; 3-19 10; 4-9 10; 4-16 10; 4-30 14
         94: 9-15 14; 9-22 12; 9-29 12; 10-6 12; 10-13 14; 10-20 14; 10-27 12; 11-3 10; 11-10 12;
                  11-17 10; 12-1 10; 12-1 9; 12-8 14
         95: 1-19 12; 1-26 12; 2-2 12; 2-9 12; 2-16 8; 2-23 8; 3-2 8; 3-9 10; 3-16 13; 3-30 10; 4-6
                  12; 4-13 12; 4-27 15; 8-31 13; 9-14 10; 9-21 12; 9-28 12; 10-5 16; 10-12
                  14; 10-19 10; 10-26 11; 11-2 10; 11-11 10; 11-16 10, 14; 11-30 11; 12-7 19
         96: 1-18 9; 1-25 9, 2-2 9; 2-8 15; 2-15 11; 2-22 9; 2-29 9; 3-7 2, 9; 3-14 13; 3-28 7; 4-4 9;
                  4-11 11; 4-18 10; 4-25 17
           97: 3-13 4
-, trip to Colorado by 91: 2-21 10
Association for Psychological and Educational Research 96: 1-18 2
Association for Retarded Citizens
           84: 11-8 2
           2001: 3-8 1
Association for Retarded Citizens of Buffalo County
           89: 11-9 5
           94: 4-7 1, 10
Association of College and University Housing Officers 85: 2-26 8
Association of College Unions International (ACU-I)
           71: 9-16 3
           72: 1-13 3
           73: 5-10 4
           74: 9-19 4; 10-10 1
           76: 11-18 3
           79: 9-20 4
-, sponsorship of games by
           71: 12-9 3
           72: 1-20 4
Association of Colleges and Universities of Nebraska 89: 11-2 1
Association of Computer Machinists see Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
Association of Computing Machinery see Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
Association of Computing Machines see Association for Compouting Machinery
Association of College and University Biology Educators 2001: 10-4 2; 10-11 2
Association of Computing Machinery see Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
Association of Computing Machines see Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
Association of Intermountain Housing Officers 72: 11-9 8
Association of Midwest College Biology Teachers 76: 10-14 3
Association of Midwestern College Biology Teachers 75: 3-20 3
Association of Nebraska Art Clubs
           73: 6-21 3
           74: 7-18 2
           85: 6-25 4
Association of Retarded Citizens
           99: 2-29 2
           2002: 5-2 11
Association of Students of the University of Nebraska 90: 2-8 2
Association of Teacher Educators
           81: 3-26 6
           91: 4-4 13
Association of Women Students
           71: 9-3 10
           73: 3-22 3; 4-19 1
Aster, Larry 71: 4-1 6
astrology
           74: 4-25 3
           92: 4-2 4
Astrolounge 99: 9-23 7
astronomy, new course in 71: 9-9 1
Astronomy Day 80: 4-24 1
Aswegan, Kitty 92: 10-8 11
Atchison, Cindy 88: 2-25 4
-, Elaine 86: 9-25 6
Atchley, Judy 82: 6-24 1 (P)
Atell, Antoinette 79: 2-1 1 (P)
Aten, Kenneth 75: 6-19 3; 8-29 5
-, Mark 85: 12-12 2 (P)
Athens, Greece 82: 2-18 1
„Athleta‟ (sculpture)
          90: 4-5 1; 9-27 1; 10-11 1
          95: 11-30 9
          97: 3-6 1, 10 (P)
-, dedication of 90: 10-11 17
„Athlete‟ (film) 73: 5-10 2
Athlete of the Week 2002: 2-7 5
athletes, academic advising of 89: 11-9 1; 11-30 1, 2
-, GPA of
          80: 6-19 8
          2002: 2-7 1
-, health insurance for 71: 9-23 1
-, recruitment of
          77: 4-7 7
          82: 4-1 10
          85: 1-31 15; 2-26 5
          88: 4-28 10, 11, 12
          91: 9-19 8
-, tuition remissions for 74: 11-14 3
athletes as students
          80: 9-18 13
          92: 1-30 10
          93: 1-21 10; 4-15 8
          95: 2-2 7
          96: 2-2 7
Athletes Fighting Substance Abuse 92: 2-6 7
Athletes in Action 95: 8-24 4
Athletic Associates
          83: 7-21 8
          87: 9-10 1
          88: 10-27 1; 11-3 1
          95: 11-30 9
Athletic Association 87: 11-12 1
Athletic Awareness Committee 82: 9-30 9
Athletic Department
          84: 12-6 24
          93: 1-21 10; 8-26 8
          98: 2-19 1, 2
          2002: 10-3 8
-, finances of 2000: 11-16 6
-, purchase of video equipment by 89: 7-20 4
Athletic Department, sponsorship of cheerleaders by 76: 9-16 1
Athletic Director‟s Blue-Gold Academic Honor Roll 91: 3-14 8
athletic equipment 80: 11-13 9
athletic events, attendance at 95: 10-12 7, 8, 9; 10-19 7; 11-16 7
athletic facilities, complaints about 72: 2-24 6
Athletic Hall of Fame
          77: 4-28 1
          80: 9-11 12
          81: 10-1 11
          82: 9-30 10
          83: 10-13 13
          85: 10-10 8
          87: 10-22 10
          88: 10-6 9; 10-12 7
          90: 10-4 7, 8
          91: 10-10 8; 10-17 8
          93: 10-7 9
          94: 10-27 8
          95: 10-5 12
          98: 10-8 7
          2002: 10-10 1
athletic hotline, initiation of 88: 11-3 6
athletic managers 73: 2-1 9
Athletic Oversight Committee 2002: 9-19 9
athletic program, drug testing by 89: 10-12 6, 8
-, placed on NAIA probation 90: 3-1 7
athletic scholarships 71: 5-20 1; 7-1 8
athletic trainers
          73: 9-20 7
          79: 9-6 11
          80: 10-9 9
          83: 9-15 11
          88: 9-8 9
          93: 10-14 9
          95: 3-30 7, 8
          97: 10-9 6, 10
          99: 9-9 6
athletic training, endorsement offered by KSC in 73: 9-20 5
athletics, cut in budget of 85: 7-9 1; 8-29 12; 10-10 7, 8
-, history of UNK 91: 7-3 11
-, importance of 2002: 5-2 3
-, logo for 91: 8-1 7
-, women‟s 78: 6-15 8
Atkeson, Carol 89: 1-12 1
Atkins, Cassie 92: 3-19 1Sallie 2002: 9-26 8
-, Jacqueline 93: 9-16 14
-, Scott 98: 10-1 5
-, Tamara (Tami)
          88: 10-12 3 LTE; 12-1 2
          89: 12-14 1
-, Terra 2002: 10-17 8
Atkinson, Andy 97: 2-20 1, 10
-, C E 73: 2-22 5; 3-1 Fashion 13; 4-3 6; 12-6 1
-, Connie 73: 1-11 7; 1-18 7; 3-1 Fashion 11; 9-13 2
-, Corey 88: 4-14 5 (P)
-, Terry 73: 6-28 4
Atlanta Falcons 99: 1-28 5
Atlanta Rhythm Section (band) 81: 10-8 1; 10-29 3; 11-19 1
Atlantic (band) 72: 4-13 5; 4-27 4
 „Atlantic‟ (recording) 86; 3-13 9
at-risk students 93: 9-30 1
„Attack of the Killer Tomatoes‟ (film) 88: 10-12 1
Attebery, Debbie 90: 4-5 10
-, Pam (see also Attebury, Atterbery)
          90: 1-25 10; 2-1 4; 2-8 4, 12; 2-15 1; 2-22 4; 3-1 2; 3-8 1, 2; 3-29 1; 4-5 1, 10; 4-19 1; 4-
                   26 1, 4; 5-3 1, 3, 6; 8-30 1, 2, 3; 9-6 1, 3, 4; 9-13 1, 2, 3; 9-20 1, 3; 9-27 1, 3; 10-4
                   1, 3, 5 (P); 10-11 3; 10-25 1, 2, 3; 11-1 1, 2, 3, 10; 11-8 1, 2, 3; 11-15 3; 11-20 2,
                   3; 12-6 1, 2, 3; 12-13 3
          91: 1-17 1, 2, 3; 1-24 3, 4; 1-31 1, 2, 3; 2-14 1, 3; 2-21 1, 3; 3-7 1, 2, 3; 3-14 1; 3-28 1; 4-
                   11 1, 10; 4-18 6; 4-25 4; 5-2 1; 8-29 3 (P); 9-12 1, 14; 9-19 1; 9-26 1; 10-3 3 (P);
                   10-10 4; 10-17 1; 10-24 1; 11-7 1; 12-13 1, 3, 13
          92: 1-23 1, 3 (P); 1-30 1, 3; 2-6 3; 2-13 3 (P); 2-20 3, 6; 2-27 3; 3-5 1, 3; 3-12 3; 3-19 3;
                   4-2 3; 4-9 3; 4-16 3, Special Section 2, 3; 4-23 3 (P); 4-30 3
Attebury, Pam (see also Attebery, Atterbery) 91: 2-7 3
Attenbery, Rose 96: 11-14 10
attendance at class, policies on
          77: 1-27 6
          92: 3-5 2
          93: 9-2 1; 10-14 1; 10-21 1, 2
          98: 2-5 3; 2-12 3; 2-19 3;10-8 10
-, flap over mandatory class 71: 12-2 1
-, taking of 97: 2-20 1; 3-6 3
Atterbery, Pam (see also Attebery, Attebury) 90: 2-8 2
Atterbury, Jennifer 2002: 10-17 5; 12-5 4; 12-12 5
Attig, Delbert R 75: 9-5 8
attire of faculty members 88: 10-12 5
attrition rate
          80: 10-23 1
          98: 4-16 1, 4
Atwood, Jason
          90: 9-13 10; 9-20 10; 10-4 8; 10-11 7
          91: 2-21 8; 3-28 7; 4-4 7; 4-18 7; 4-25 7; 11-7 8
          92: 2-20 7; 3-5 7; 3-19 7; 4-2 7; 4-9 7; 4-16 7; 4-23 7; 4-30 7
          93: 2-18 9; 4-1 8; 4-15 7
-, Lisa 92: 10-1 11
-, Randy J
          71: 1-7 1; 2-18 1; 3-25 3; 10-7 1; 12-16 1
          72: 1-20 1; 3-23 5 (P)
          73: 1-18 1; 9-13 5; 11-15 2 LTE
          74: 2-21 4; 3-7 2
-, Steven (Steve)
          71: 4-1 2, 6; 4-22 6; 5-6 3; 5-13 6; 5-20 6
          72: 3-9 6; 4-13 6; 9-7 5
          73: 3-1 6; 7-30 9; 10-25 5
 „Au revoir les enfants‟ (film) 98: 9-24 2
Auberry, Ryan
          93: 1-21 13
          94: 2-24 8
Auble, Glen 83: 7-14 3
Aubuchan, Scott 91: 3-28 5 (P)
Audi, Robert 77: 3-24 1, 3
audio tutorial method 79: 11-29 Encounter 3
Audley, Barbara see also Odley
          96: 12-5 1
          97: 9-11 7
          98: 10-8 2; 10-15 2
          99: 1-28 2; 4-29 3, 12
Audubon Society 81: 10-29 3
Auen, Greg 85: 10-3 8
Aufdenkamp, Brent 89: 1-26 10 (P)
Aufenkamp, Joy
          76: 5-6 3; 9-9 1; 9-23 1; 12-9 5 (P)
          77: 3-3 3; 4-7 1
-, Karen
          75: 10-2 3
          76: 9-16 6; 12-2 1, 8
          77: 3-17 5 (P); 3-24 3; 3-31 3; 4-7 1; 9-15 6; 10-6 1; 10-20 1, 3; 11-3 4; 11-10 5 (P)
          78: 5-4 1; 7-27 8; 10-12 1
Augustin, Meshelle 86: 1-23 6
-, Stephanie
          85: 9-12 7, 9; 9-19 9; 9-26 10, 11; 10-3 8, 9; 10-10 8; 10-17 8; 10-23 7; 11-7 7, 8; 11-14
                  7, 8; 11-21 8; 12-5 11, 12
          86: 1-23 6; 2-13 10; 2-27 10
Augustine, Brian
          93: 11-18 7
          94: 1-27 7 (P)
          95: 1-26 7; 2-9 9 (P); 9-28 8; 10-19 8 (P); 11-11 8; 12-7 8
          96: 1-18 7 (P), 8; 1-25 7 (P), 8; 2-2 8; 4-11 7; 10-31 4; 11-7 7
          97: 1-23 6; 1-30 6 (P); 2-6 6; 2-13 6 (P); 2-20 7; 2-27 7; 3-6 7; 3-13 1 (P), 6, 7, 12 (P); 3-
                  20 7
Augustyn, Charles
          79: 9-6 5
          80: 8-28 3
          83: 9-8 5
          84: 4-26 Accent 2, 6
          87: 10-8 6
-, Jason 92: 4-9 7
Augustyn, Loren L 73: 4-26 1
-, Michelle
          80: 8-28 11
          81: 2-12 9; 3-5 9
-, Mike 87: 6-25 2
Auld, Robert 82: 4-15 3 LTE
Ault, Dave 79: 3-1 9; 5-3 1
Aupperle, Sonja (Sonya)
          86: 11-13 WSE 5 (P)
          87: 11-12 8
          88: 5-5 9
          89: 3-2 6 (P)
Aupperly, John 94: 9-1 2 (P)
aurora borealis 2001: 11-8 1 (P), 12 (P)
Ausdemore, Cyndi 94: 3-3 8
Ausperich, Harry (see also Ausprich) 82: 10-7 1
Ausprich, Harry (see also Ausperich) 82: 10-14 1
Austin, Emma 77: 4-14 8
-, Jerry
          79: 9-6 5
          80: 1-10 3; 2-14 2
-, Jerry 81: 7-9 1; 11-5 1 (P)
-, Kayla 90: 9-27 10 (P)
-, Krista 90: 7-19 7 (P)
-, Kristi
          90: 9-27 7
          91: 3-14 7; 3-28 7; 4-4 7; 4-25 7
-, Kwami 2001: 3-29 4
-, Larry
          71: 1-14 4; 2-18 6; 4-1 2; 4-22 6; 5-20 6; 9-30 6
          72: 1-27 4; 2-24 4; 3-9 6
          74: 2-15 9
-, Lola (see also Osten)
           76: 10-7 9
           77: 2-10 11; 3-3 4
           80: 4-17 10
-, Peg
           71: 9-9 3
           77: 9-1 2, 6; 9-8 2; 9-15 2; 9-22 2; 9-29 2; 10-6 2; 10-20 2; 10-27 2; 11-3 2, 5; 11-10 2;
                   11-17 2; 12-1 2; 12-8 2, 11
           78: 1-12 2; 1-19 2; 1-26 2; 2-2 2; 2-9 2; 2-16 2; 2-23 2; 3-8 2; 3-16 2; 3-30 2; 4-6 2; 4-13
                   2; 4-20 2; 4-27 2; 5-4 2; 8-31 2; 9-7 1; 9-14 2; 9-21 2; 9-28 2; 9-28 Encounter 2;
                   10-5 2; 10-12 2; 10-26 2; 10-26 Encounter 2; 11-2 2; 11-9 2; 11-16 2; 11-30 2;
                   11-30 Encounter 1, 2; 12-7 2; 12-14 2; 12-14 Encounter 2
           79: 1-11 2; 1-18 2; 1-26 2; 1-26 Encounter 2; 2-1 2; 2-8 2; 2-15 2; 2-22 2; 2-22 Encounter
                   2; 3-1 2; 3-15 2; 3-22 2; 3-22 Encounter 2; 3-29 2; 4-5 2; 4-5 Encounter 2; 4-12 2;
                   4-26 2; 4-26 Encounter 6; 5-3 1, 2; 6-14 3; 7-19 2, 3; 9-6 2; 9-13 2; 9-20 2; 9-27
                   2; 10-4 2; 10-11 2; 10-25 Encounter 2; 10-28 2; 11-1 2; 11-8 2; 11-15 2; 11-29 2;
                   11-29 Encounter 2; 12-6 2; 12-13 2
           80: 1-10 2; 1-17 1, 2; 1-24 1, 2; 1-31 2; 1-31 Encounter 2; 2-7 2; 2-21 2; 2-28 2; 2-28
                   Encounter 2; 3-6 2; 3-13 2; 3-27 1, 2; 3-27 Encounter 2; 4-3 1, 2; 4-17 2; 4-24 2;
                   5-1 1, 2; 5-1 Encounter 2; 8-28 2; 9-4 2
-, Tim
           74: 10-3 2 LTE
           85: 10-10 1, 4
           89: 8-31 4
-, Trish
         84: 9-13 13
         85: 2-7 6; 2-12 6 (P), 7
-, Zan 80: 3-13 1; 3-27 1; 8-28 3; 11-20 6
Austin County Express (band) 81: 10-8 1
Austin in Tap (performer) 89: 10-19 15 (P)
Austin On Tap Dance Theater 87: 3-26 2; 4-2 2; 4-9 2
Australia
         72: 3-10 13
         80: 12-4 5
         82: 10-28 7
         84: 11-8 11, 16
-, , teaching positions in 73: 9-6 5
Australia Student Exchange Program 98: 10-1 4
Austria, Department of Foreign Languages study tour to 91: 10-31 4
autism 84: 11-29 3
„Auto Maintenance for Women‟ (lesson) 72: 10-19 3
Auto Mechanics 282 (course) 81: 3-26 5
„Auto Mechanics for Girls‟ (course) 74: 1-31 5
automated doors on campus buildings, installation of 90: 1-25 10
automated teller machines (ATMs)
         81: 9-3 7
         89: 8-31 14
automobile accidents, what to do in case of 98: 9-17 10
automobile inspections 89: 4-27 2
automobile insurance 79: 2-15 7
automobile maintenance 78: 9-7 7
automobile safety 72: 11-9 6
automobile safety belts
         72: 11-9 6
         89: 2-16 6
         92: 4-16 4
-, requirement for use of 93: 2-4 1, 2; 4-22 1
automobile theft 98: 3-5 1, 4
automobiles, effect of oil shortage on 74: 4-1 12
-, incentives to purchase 93: 4-22 10
-, shopping for 72: 2-24 3
-, tips on buying 98: 10-8 9
Autrey, Jeffrey 95: 2-16 2
Autumn Choralfest 97: 10-23 12
Auxiliary Gymnasium 80: 9-25 Encounter 4
Auxiliary Gym, student use of 71: 3-18 1
 „Avalanche‟ (film) 79: 7-26 7
Avatare (band) 75: 3-13 1
Averill, Jennifer
          97: 4-24 7; 9-25 6
          98: 2-19 7; 3-5 5; 4-9 5; 4-16 5; 4-23 5
Avery, Andrea 2002: 3-14 7
Avery, Barbara (Barb)
          79: 3-1 7; 9-6 5
          81: 7-9 1
Avery, Mary 71: 3-11 4
-, Neil
          84: 2-16 3
          87: 12-10 4
          88: 2-4 14
          90: 9-6 1
          91: 7-18 1
          92: 1-23 1
          2002: 10-10 2
-, Ron 85: 3-5 1
avian cholera 80: 4-24 6
Aviation Career Education Academy 95: 4-6 2
aviation program
          81: 4-30 4; 10-22 7
          82: 11-11 7
          84: 10-4 2
          87: 4-9 6; 11-12 4
          95: 4-6 2
Avila, Benjamin
          83: 3-31 4
          88: 8-4 6
Avina, Arturo 96: 4-18 1
Autrey, Jeffrey 95: 2-16 2
Aviation Career Education Academy 95: 4-6 2
Aviation Program 95: 4-6 2
Avina, Enrique 94: 4-14 1
-, Jose 94: 4-14 1
„Awareness of Date Rape‟ (workshop) 88: 3-24 2
Awareness Peer Education Program 92: 4-23 1
Awareness Peer Educators
          92: 8-27 6; 11-18 3
          93: 4-1 10; 4-8 10; 4-15 12; 4-22 13; 4-29 15; 9-23 16
          94: 2-24 8; 3-3 10; 3-10 12; 3-17 12; 3-31 14; 4-7 12; 4-14 12; 4-28 13; 9-1 12; 9-15 14
Awareness Week 92: 1-30 1; 2-6 1, 2; 3-12 11
Awtry, Greg 73: 2-22 4; 3-8 3; 4-12 10; 11-1 7
-, Holly 96: 2-15 11
„Axis and Allies‟ (game) 87: 3-5 5
Axman, Julie (see also Axmann)
          88: 1-28 7, 8
          90: 3-8 5
Axmann, Anissa 95: 4-27 1 (P)
-, Diane 88: 2-4 11; 2-11 10; 2-18 8
-, Julie (see also Axman)
          86: 2-27 8
          87: 2-26 6
          89: 4-6 6
-, Karen 90: 9-13 15
Axtell, Jennifer
          96: 12-5 1 (P)
          98: 2-19 6 (P)
          99: 4-22 2
Ayers, Becky 92: 10-8 4
-, Clorice 78: 4-20 6
-, Dennis 76: 5-6 6
-, Don (Donnie, Donny)
          75: 10-17 8; 10-30 9
          76: 3-4 6 (P)
-, Jamie 95: 10-19 1
-, James (see also Ayres)
          96: 2-2 7; 2-8 13; 2-15 7; 4-25 11
          97: 1-23 7; 1-30 7; 4-10 7; 4-24 7
-, Kristi
          91: 9-26 10 (P)
          95: 1-26 8
-, Reg
          88: 4-7 11 (P)
          90: 10-11 1 (P)
-, Robert 73: 9-27 8
-, Sandy 95: 2-2 9 (P)
Ayers Clothing Store (business)
          71: 3-18 5
          75: 10-23 5
          86: 2-27 6
Aylward, Tim (see also Alyward)
          72: 8-31 8; 11-9 10
          73: 8-30 9; 10-11 7; 12-13 3
          76: 6-24 2
Ayoun, Dalila 84: 10-4 7 (P); 11-29 13 (P)
Ayres, Bob 85: 1-15 5
-, Greg 90: 9-27 13 (P)
-, James (see also Ayers)
          96: 4-11 10 (P)
          97: 1-30 7; 2-6 7; 4-3 6
          98: 4-23 5
-, Leslie 74: 4-11 6
-, Robert
          94: 4-14 1
          95: 2-9 11


B

B&B Books 91: 9-19 11
B F Stutheit Lounge 74: 3-28 1
Baach, Rick 73: 2-1 10
Baack, Dennis
         88: 4-21 6
         89: 2-2 1
-, Jim 72: 4-27 5
Baasch, Dave
         91: 11-21 7
         94: 4-14 11
-, Deb 81: 4-23 10
-, Jim 92: 8-27 8
Babbit, Stacy 84: 11-29 10
Babbitt, Bruce 94: 3-17 2
-, Debra Meirath (Deb)
         83: 6-30 5
         89: 4-27 2
-, Sandra 77: 12-8 2 LTE
Babby, W D 73: 3-22 1; 3-29 1
Babcock, Aaron
         93: 1-21 10; 9-16 14; 10-28 9
         94: 2-3 7; 4-28 6
         95: 8-24 3; 8-31 2, 7; 9-14 2; 9-21 3, 7; 9-28 3, 7; 10-5 2; 10-12 3, 8; 10-19 2, 7; 10-26 2,
                  7 (P); 11-2 3, 7; 11-11 2, 7; 11-16 3, 7; 11-30 2, 7; 12-7 2, 7
         96: 1-18 3, 7; 1-25 2, 7, 8; 2-2 2, 7 (P); 2-8 3, 11; 2-15 2, 7; 2-22 2, 7; 2-29 2, 7, 8; 3-7 3,
                  7, 8; 3-14 3, 7, 8; 3-28 3, 5; 4-4 3, 7; 4-11 2, 7; 4-18 2, 8; 4-25 11
         98: 8-27 7
-, Betty 73: 2-1 3
-, Brent 97: 4-10 6
-, Colleen 92: 11-18 4
-, Connie 72: 7-6 4; 7-20 1
-, Dan 892: 11-11 6
-, Marsha 93: 2-11 4
-, Randy
         77: 10-20 10; 10-27 9; 11-17 6
         78: 2-2 11; 4-13 7; 4-27 8; 5-4 14
         80: 4-3 3
         81: 3-26 2 LTE; 4-9 3
Babe, Loren 79: 1-18 10
Babel, Marla 77: 3-24 1; 5-5 1
Babl, Connie 72: 4-27 4
-, Dan 73: 10-4 8
-, Susan
         88: 7-21 8; 8-4 4
         89: 1-26 10
         90: 5-3 2, 3
Babovec, Rebekah 95: 12-7 2
Babson College, sponsorship of essay contest by 78: 3-16 6
Baby Jason and the Spankers 2001: 9-20 4
„Baby One More Time‟ 99: 3-11 6
„Baby With the Bathwater‟ (play) 94: 2-17 2
„Bacchae‟ see „The Bacchae‟ 99: 11-11 7; 11-18 9; 12-2 7
BACCHUS (Boosting Alcohol Consciousness Concerning the Health of University Students) 92:
         4-9 10
Baccouch, Belkacem 72: 1-20 5
Bachelor of Fine Arts degree
         73: 6-21 6
         74: 9-26 1
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Music Theater degree 85: 1-17 9
Bachelor of General Studies degree 93: 1-28 2
Bachelor of Liberal Arts degree 93: 1-21 12; 1-28 2
„Bachelor Survival‟ (minicourse) 74: 1-31 3
Bachelors Day 96: 2-29 1
Bachle, Paul 76: 6-24 2
-, Sheri 85: 10-3 5
Bachman, Chris (see also Backman)
           79: 2-8 9; 10-4 9; 11-15 10; 12-13 10
           80: 1-10 7; 9-18 11; 12-4 11
           81: 11-19 10; 12-10 11
           82: 1-21 10; 1-28 6; 2-4 9; 2-11 8; 2-18 11; 2-25 8; 3-18 9; 10-14 10 (P); 11-18 6; 12-9 9
           83: 1-27 7; 2-17 7
-, Claudia (see also Bachmann) 72: 9-21 1
-, Howard 87: 10-8 1, 10
-, Jan
           72: 11-30 4
           73: 9-27 8; 11-7 4
           74: 3-7 3
           76: 3-18 4
-, Jeff
           73: 6-28 4
           75: 8-29 13; 9-11 6 (P); 10-23 6; 11-6 8; 11-20 7
           76: 4-1 8; 4-23 7; 9-2 15; 9-9 12; 10-7 9
           77: 4-7 6
-, Jill 84: 9-13 19
-, Jim (see also Bachmann)
-, Jim
           74: 8-29 7
           87: 3-26 2; 4-16 3 LTE; 10-29 1
           89: 1-14 1
-, Joe
           83: 9-1 13; 10-20 6 (P); 11-10 8 (P); 12-2 11
           84: 11-15 22; 12-6 26
-, Lisa 79: 2-8 3
-, Merle 79: 12-13 8
-, Merlyn 87: 6-25 2
-, Renee
           83: 3-3 7 (P); 3-24 6 (P); 4-21 1; 9-1 4; 9-15 1; 10-13 4 (P)
           84: 3-1 1 (P), 3; 5-3 11 (P)
           85: 9-5 2 (P); 9-12 1; 10-10 1
           86: 2-13 1; 3-13 1, 2; 4-3 1, 5; 5-8 1
-, Ron 80: 2-7 9
-, Ryan
           99: 2-11 10
           2002: 11-7 5 (P); 11-21 5
Bachman-Turner Overdrive (group) 78: 6-22 1; 12-7 1
Bachmann, Claudia (see also Bachman)
           72: 6-22 3; 9-14 6
           73: 1-25 3; 4-12 10
-, James (Jim)(see also Bachman)
           87: 1-22 4 LTE; 2-12 2, 4; 2-19 2; 3-26 4; 9-3 1; 9-10 2; 9-17 3 (P); 9-24 1; 10-1 1; 10-22
                   1 (P), 3 (P); 11-12 1, 3 (P); 11-19 1; 12-3 1; 12-10 1, 3 (P)
           88: 1-14 2; 1-28 1 (P), 3 (P); 2-11 1; 2-25 11 (P); 3-17 1; 3-24 1; 4-7 1; 4-21 6; 5-5 1, 2
           89: 1-26 1; 2-9 1; 2-16 1; 4-27 1
„Back to School‟ (film) 88: 1-14 2
Back to School Committee 80: 5-1 4
Back to School Week
         79: 7-19 1; 9-6 1
         80: 5-1 4; 7-24 1; 8-28 1; 9-4 1
         81: 7-23 1
         82: 7-29 1
Backer, Fred 78: 7-27 1
Backes, Bill 95: 11-16 7
-, Christi 84: 11-6 1 (P)
backgammon
         79: 3-29 1; 4-5 3
         80: 1-17 5; 2-14 1
         81: 10-8 3
         82: 10-7 1
Backlot see The Backlot (business)
Backman, Chris (see also Bachman) 82: 9-30 11
Backous, Jarrod 99: 3-4 1 (P)
-, Marissa 2002: 2-14 6; 2-21 5; 2-28 6; 3-14 6; 4-4 6; 4-11 5; 4-18 5, 6; 4-25 5; 5-2 8
„Backpackers‟ (play) 97: 9-4 10; 9-11 8
backpacking 79: 4-26 4
Bacon, Amanda 98: 4-30 2
-, Beth 97: 10-2 2 (P)
-, Buffy 71: 4-20 2; 5-13 3
-, Carol
         73: 4-19 8
         79: 4-5 10
         80: 3-27 3
         81: 10-1 11
-, D L 79: 11-1 8
-, Debra (Deb, Debbie)
         71: 2-18 5; 3-18 1; 11-4 3
         72: 3-9 4; 10-12 10; 10-26 1; 11-30 4
         73: 2-22 4; 3-22 3, 4 (P); 4-5 1; 4-12 5
-, Gary 77: 2-17 4
-, Greg
         76: 9-2 15; 9-9 12
         77: 9-1 11; 12-8 12
         78: 4-13 7; 5-4 13; 7-27 5; 8-31 15; 9-21 10; 10-26 11, 12
         79: 3-29 13
-, Mary 92: 2-13 11; 3-12 12; 3-19 10; 4-2 12; 4-16 10; 9-3 5; 9-17 6, 16; 9-24 14; 10-1 14
-, Mike
         71: 12-9 2 LTE
         72: 3-2 Supp 3 (P); 3-16 6; 9-28 1; 10-12 1, 10
         73: 4-5 1
-, Roxana 97: 12-4 1
bacteria 2000: 9-21 7
Bacus, Chuck
         74: 4-18 7
         75: 10-9 9; 10-23 6
         76: 9-2 15; 9-9 12; 9-23 1; 12-2 7
         77: 9-1 11; 10-20 11; 11-3 9 (P); 11-10 11; 12-1 10 (P)
         78: 8-31 15
-, John (Jon)
         71: 7-29 3
         72: 9-28 9; 10-19 10; 11-2 9; 11-9 10; 11-16 8
         73: 2-1 8; 3-8 6; 5-3 8, 10; 11-29 6, 7
         74: 4-25 7; 8-29 7; 10-10 6; 10-17 10; 10-24 7; 11-6 8; 11-14 8
         75: 1-30 6; 2-27 9; 3-6 7 (P); 3-20 3; 5-8 8; 8-29 13; 10-23 6
         80: 4-17 8 (P)
         85: 8-29 3
-, Sheree
         78: 8-31 5
         90: 10-11 5
„Bad‟ (recording) 88: 5-5 14
bad checks
         78: 11-16 6
         79: 9-27 6
         81: 3-19 1; 4-9 6
bad checks, consequences for writing 90: 2-15 1
Bad English (group) 89: 10-19 13
„Bad Habits‟ (play) 78: 3-16 3; 4-13 4; 4-20 3
Badberg, Carol
         74: 5-9 8; 11-14 4
         76: 4-20 3
Bader, Lyle 73: 2-22 4
-, Steve 71: 11-11 4
Badertscher, Brad
         95: 8-24 8
         96: 4-25 12; 9-12 9; 10-17 7 (P); 12-5 2
         98: 4-2 2
Badger, Mary 74: 8-29 1; 10-3 6
Badger, Mary
         76: 2-12 10; 11-18 5
         77: 11-10 8
         78: 2-16 1
         79: 2-1 10; 4-5 9; 11-15 3; 11-29 Encounter 5
         83: 3-24 4; 4-14 6
         84: 4-5 10
Badlees see The Badlees (group)
badminton 94: 9-29 8
-, intramural
         71: 4-15 4; 11-4 6; 12-9 8
         73: 1-18 4; 2-22 6; 3-22 6; 4-12 9; 4-26 7; 11-1 8; 11-7 7; 12-13 7
         74: 10-24 7; 11-6 8; 11-14 8; 12-5 7
Badorek, Jim (see also Badorelc) 97: 4-24 2 (P)
Badorelc, Jim (see also Badorek) 95: 11-16 2 (P)
Badura, Anthony (Tony) 83: 2-3 1; 11-10 7
-, Jo
         72: 10-12 4
         73: 2-22 4
-, Laurel 99: 9-23 1
-, Rich 72: 4-27 3
Bae, Kiwon
         95: 2-16 4
         96: 10-31 2 (P)
Baer, Brian
         94: 9-1 5; 12-8 2
         95: 1-19 1, 3, 5, 9; 1-26 1, 2, 11; 2-2 3, 5, 9, 12; 2-9 1, 3, 5; 2-16 1, 3, 6; 2-23 5, 7; 3-2 3;
                 3-9 3, 9; 3-16 3, 5, 9, 11; 3-30 3, 5; 4-6 3, 9, 11; 4-13 3, 9, 11; 4-27 1, 2, 10; 8-24
                 1, 3, 5, 11, 13; 8-31 2, 4, 10, 11; 9-14 2; 9-21 3, 5, 8, 11; 9-28 1, 3, 5, 7; 10-5 2,
                 14, 15, 16; 10-12 3, 4, 10; 10-19 2, 7; 10-26 2, 4, 5; 11-2 3, 9; 11-11 1, 2; 11-16
                 3, 7, 13; 11-30 1, 2, 4, 7; 12-7 2 (P), 10, 15, 18
         96: 1-18 3 (P); 1-25 2; 2-2 2; 2-8 3 (P); 2-15 2; 2-22 2; 2-29 2; 3-7 3 (P); 3-14 3; 3-28 2;
                  4-4 3 (P), 4; 4-11 2; 4-18 2; 4-25 3 (P)
         98: 4-23 7 (P)
-, Hans A 72: 2-17 3 LTE
-, Janie 94: 9-22 6
-, Lori 92: 3-12 6
-, Susan 73: 9-6 3 (P); 9-13 5
-, Ted
         99: 4-15 6
         2000: 9-28 5; 11-2 5
-, Tim
         71: 4-29 4; 9-30 5; 11-18 4; 12-2 4
         73: 3-29 1
Baggs, Henry Howard 79: 5-3 1
Bagley, George
         71: 9-23 6; 10-28 8; 12-9 8; 12-16 4
         72: 1-27 6; 2-10 3, 6; 4-27 4
         73: 1-25 7; 3-22 7
Baha, Dustin 94: 4-14 1
Ba‟hai 76: 11-18 1; 12-9 3
Bahai Association 74: 4-4 8; 4-11 3
Ba‟hai Campus Association
         78: 11-9 3
         79: 1-18 3; 2-1 3; 2-8 3; 2-22 3; 3-15 3; 4-5 4
Bahai Student Association 72: 4-27 5
Bahais of Nebraska 82: 9-30 9
Bahama Beach Club (business) 89: 11-16 1
Bahama Mama‟s Best Chili 2002: 2-14 7
Bahamas
         84: 3-29 7; 10-4 7
         95: 11-2 8, 9
         96: 1-25 2
         99: 9-30 4; 11-18 2
         2000: 1-20 1; 9-7 1
-, students from 96: 12-12 1, 11
-, study trip to
         73: 3-1 1
         81: 7-9 6
Bahde, Jeff 76: 10-21 3
Bahde, Pam 72: 11-30 4
Bahe, Robert (Bob)
         71: 2-18 5
         72: 1-20 4
         76: 5-6 1
Bahm, Archie 71: 2-11 3
Bahensky, Damon 90: 3-29 2
-, Dan
         71: 4-29 4, 6; 5-6 3; 5-13 6; 6-24 4
         90: 3-1 5
-, Theresa 97: 2-6 5
Bahm, Dustin 93: 9-16 14; 11-18 9
Bahr, E H 71: 3-18 7
-, Walt 88: 2-11 14 (P)
Baier, Katie (Kate)
         95: 12-7 2
         96: 2-29 1; 9-19 7
Bailar, Randy
         76: 9-29 12
         78: 5-4 13
Bailey, Amy
         83: 4-28 1; 4-28 Accent 7
         84: 9-13 13; 9-18 9; 9-25 3; 10-4 2; 10-9 10; 10-18 7, 8; 11-1 10; 11-13 2; 11-15 2; 12-4
                  4; 12-13 11, 17 (P)
-, Derek (Derrick) (see also Baily, Derek)
         2000: 2-24 5; 3-2 5
         2001: 2-1 6; 2-8 5; 2-22 5; 3-1 5; 4-5 5; 4-19 5; 4-26 7; 11-29 1, 7 (P); 12-6 1
         2002: 1-31 6; 2-7 5; 4-4 6; 5-2 7
-, F Lee 82: 4-22 1; 9-9 1; 9-16 1 (P), 5; 9-23 1, 7; 9-30 5 (P)
-, Jane 83: 1-27 8
-, Jason
         97: 2-6 8 (P); 2-13 6; 9-11 4
         98: 8-27 8
         2000: 11-2 6
-, Jarran 98: 10-29 7
-, Jim 76: 6-17 8
-, Joan see Bailey, M Joan
-, Jodi
         2000: 12-11 3
         2001: 9-13 1, 2, 10, 11; 9-20 8; 9-27 1; 10-4 1, 8; 10-11 8; 10-18 2, 8; 11-1 1; 11-8 1; 11-
                  15 9; 11-29 1, 8; 12-6 1, 7, 8; 12-13 1, 10, 12
         2002: 1-24 1, 3 (P); 1-31 1, 3; 2-7 3; 2-14 3; 2-21 2 (P), 10; 2-28 3; 3-7 3, 8, 10; 3-14 3; 4-
                  4 1, 3, 8; 4-11 1, 3 (P), 10; 4-18 1, 3 (P), 10; 4-25 1, 3, 7; 5-2 1, 2 (P), 3, 6, 12,
                  14; 9-5 3, 8; 9-12 3; 9-19 3, 5; 9-26 1 (P), 3 (P); 10-3 1, 3; 10-10 1, 3, 4, 5, 7,
                  9; 10-17 3, 4, 9; 10-31 1, 3 (P), 4; 11-7 3, 4; 11-14 3 (P); 11-21 3, 4; 12-5 3; 12-
                  12 1, 2 (P), 3, 12
-, Jurt 99: 3-11 1
-, Linda Gildersleeve (see also Bayley) 74: 1-17 1; 1-31 1
-, M Joan (Joan)
         71: 4-15 4; 5-6 3; 5-13 6; 7-22 6 (P); 9-3 8; 12-2 6
         72: 1-20 6; 2-17 6; 3-16 8; 4-6 6; 4-13 6; 8-31 7; 9-7 4; 11-30 7
         73: 1-18 4; 2-15 8, 9; 3-1 6; 3-8 6; 4-12 9; 5-3 11; 5-10 6; 8-30 8; 9-6 6; 9-27 6; 10-4 7;
                  10-11 1; 11-29 7; 12-6 7
         74: 1-31 7; 2-7 8, 9; 2-21 7; 2-28 4; 3-7 5, 6, 7; 3-21 4; 4-4 6; 4-18 6; 8-29 5; 9-12 7; 10-
                  10 7; 11-21 6; 12-5 6; 12-19 5
         75: 2-6 5; 2-20 6; 3-13 6; 4-10 4; 4-17 6; 4-24 7; 5-1 7; 5-8 6, 8; 10-9 9; 11-6 8; 12-
                  11 10; 12-18 6
         76: 1-15 7; 1-22 5; 2-12 8; 2-19 7 (P); 3-18 7; 4-8 6; 10-7 8; 10-14 8; 11-11 7; 12-2 6; 12-
                  99
         77: 1-27 8, 9; 2-10 11; 2-17 7; 2-24 8; 3-3 5; 3-17 8; 5-5 1; 9-1 11; 11-10 9, 10; 11-17 8;
                  12-1 9, 10; 12-8 16
         78: 1-19 7; 1-26 7; 2-2 11; 2-9 8; 2-16 7; 2-23 9; 6-15 8; 8-31 14; 9-28 9; 10-26 11; 11-2
                  3; 11-9 11; 11-16 11; 11-30 10; 12-7 13; 12-14 10
         79: 1-11 10; 1-26 8; 2-1 14; 2-8 9; 2-15 3, 11; 2-22 11; 3-1 10; 4-5 1; 8-30 14; 11-8 11
         80: 1-24 7; 1-31 7; 2-7 10; 2-28 11; 3-6 9; 9-4 8; 10-2 10; 11-20 1, 8; 12-4 10
         81: 1-22 11; 1-29 8; 2-5 8; 2-12 10; 2-19 6; 2-26 7; 3-5 7; 9-3 9, 12; 10-29 7; 11-12 8; 12-
                  3 9; 12-10 11
         82: 1-28 7; 2-4 10; 2-11 10; 2-18 12; 2-25 10; 3-18 9; 4-1 10; 10-7 8; 10-14 11; 11-11 12;
                  11-24 5; 12-9 9
         83: 1-20 8; 2-3 9; 2-10 11; 2-17 8; 2-24 11; 3-17 8; 12-8 4 (P), 9
         84: 2-2 12; 3-23 13; 10-9 8; 12-11 9
         85: 1-22 7, 8; 1-29 8; 2-5 8; 2-12 11; 3-21 23; 11-14 8; 11-21 8; 12-5 12; 12-12 8
         86: 1-23 5, 6 (P); 11-13 WSE 4 (P), 5; 11-20 8; 12-4 8; 12-11 8
          87: 1-29 8; 2-5 9; 2-12 9; 2-19 7; 2-26 9; 3-26 7; 11-5 9; 11-12 9; 11-19 8; 12-10 9
          88: 1-21 8; 1-28 8; 2-4 9; 2-11 10; 2-25 7; 3-17 10; 4-28 11; 5-5 7; 10-12 10
          89: 1-12 7; 1-26 8; 2-2 2; 2-9 2, 10; 2-23 8; 3-16 7; 11-2 9; 11-16 9; 11-30 8; 12-14 9
          90: 2-8 10; 2-22 8; 3-29 7 (P); 8-30 8; 11-8 9; 11-15 9; 12-6 7; 12-13 8
          91: 1-24 9; 1-31 9; 2-7 10; 2-14 9; 3-7 8; 7-3 11; 12-5 9
          92: 1-23 8; 1-30 7; 2-6 7; 2-20 8; 3-19 7; 10-29 7; 11-5 5, 10 (P); 11-12 7, 8; 12-10 11
          93: 2-4 7; 2-11 7; 2-25 7; 9-23 7; 11-4 7; 11-11 7; 12-8 7, 8; 12-9 8
          94: 1-20 7; 1-27 7 (P), 8; 2-3 8; 2-10 7; 2-24 7; 11-10 8; 11-17 8; 12-1 7; 12-8 7
          95: 1-19 10; 1-26 7; 2-2 8; 2-9 9; 2-23 7; 11-2 7 (P)
          96: 1-18 7; 1-25 7; 2-2 8; 2-8 13; 2-22 8; 2-29 7; 3-14 7
          97: 5-1 16
-, Lee 76: 12-9 9
-, Mike 2000: 3-2 5
-, Mona
          87: 11-5 7
          88: 1-28 8; 2-4 11
-, Sara
          76: 4-1 9
          77: 4-28 9
-, Shannon 94: 3-17 1
-, Susan 78: 11-30 Encounter 6
Baillie, Rod 86: 2-20 1 (P)
-, Sam
          91: 12-5 16
          92: 1-23 12; 1-30 12 (P); 3-19 10; 4-2 12; 4-30 14
Baily, Beth 85: 4-2 7
-, Derek 2001: 4-12 5 (see also Bailey, Derek)
Baily, Doris 73: 10-18 6
Bain, Brian
          99: 9-30 4
          2000: 1-20 1, 2
-, Sharmin 93: 2-18 2 (P)
Bainbridge, Eli 2001: 2-8 2 (P)
-, Jerry 73: 11-29 3
Baines, Chuck (see also Bains)
          89: 10-12 8
          90: 10-4 8
-, Debbie 79: 10-4 6
Bains, Chuck (see also Baines) 89: 10-19 9
Baird, Diane 72: 2-24 4; 5-4 3
Bairibo, Jerry 73: 11-1 1
Bais, Chris 82: 1-21 1
Bajkai, Louis A 74: 2-14 3
Bajracharya, Sabindra 97: 2-20 9
-, Suman 93: 2-18 2 (P)
Bake, Vickie (Vicki)
          74: 10-10 3; 10-24 4; 11-14 1
          75: 11-13 4
Baker, Al 78: 2-16 8
-, Alan
          77: 4-28 8
          78: 4-20 8
-, Arthur (Art)
          79: 9-6 5
          80: 5-1 1
-, Barry 72: 3-2 1; 3-9 5; 3-23 5
-, Becky 78: 10-12 1 (P)
-, Betty 80: 5-1 1
-, Blake
          2000: 11-2 2
          2002: 4-4 7; 4-25 8
-, Bruce 2002: 10-31 2; 11-7 2
-, Cheryl 85: 12-5 13
, „Clip‟ 78: 7-27 4 (P)
-, Crystal 78: 8-31 11
-, Cynthia L (Cindy) 71: 1-7 2; 1-14 2; 2-4 2; 2-11 2; 2-18 2; 2-25 2; 3-4 2; 3-11 2; 3-18 2; 3-25 2;
          4-1 2, 3; 4-15 3; 4-20 3; 4-22 2; 4-29 2; 5-6 2; 5-13 1, 2
- -, engagement of 71: 2-18 5
-, Dale 96: 4-25 8
-, Darren 93: 2-11 9
-, Dave
          83: 12-2 11
          85: 2-26 9
-, Deon
          88: 4-21 13
          90: 9-27 13 (P)
-, Duane
          74: 3-21 8; 4-4 4
          84: 9-13 8
-, Eric 93: 9-16 7
-, Fred 76: 3-18 1
-, Gary A 77: 3-31 1; 9-22 4
-, George
          75: 9-25 3 (P)
          76: 6-24 8; 7-15 3 (P); 9-9 1; 10-7 7
          78: 6-15 1
-, Gerald
          72: 6-29 1
          73: 3-1 1
          74: 7-18 1
          75: 7-17 8
          77: 4-28 8
          78: 2-16 8; 4-20 8; 10-5 12
-, Gerry 91: 7-18 6
-, Gordon
          81: 6-18 6; 10-22 5
          84: 2-2 9
          85: 1-31 2
          86: 7-8 5; 7-10 2
          91: 11-7 4
          92: 2-27 1
          93: 1-21 5
          94: 9-22 12
-, Gregg (Greg)
          74: 10-3 7; 10-10 7; 11-14 7
          75: 11-6 8; 11-20 4
          76: 4-1 8; 9-2 15; 9-9 12; 11-4 10; 11-11 6; 11-18 6; 12-9 9
          77: 4-7 6; 4-28 8; 9-1 11; 9-15 9 (P); 9-29 6; 10-6 12, 13 (P); 10-27 9; 11-10 11; 11-17 6;
                   12-1 10 (P), 11; 12-8 12, 13 (P)
          78: 1-12 11 (P); 1-26 1 (P); 4-13 7; 5-4 11 (P), 13
-, Howard 73: 10-18 1 (P)
-, Jamaluddin bin Haji Abu 71: 2-4 3
-, James 90: 11-8 2
-, Jessica 2002: 4-11 2
-, Jill
          91: 8-29 1
          92: 10-22 11
-, Julie 78: 3-8 3; 9-28 9
-, Kim 98: 1-29 5 (P); 2-19 6 (P)
-, Laura 78: 1-26 1
-, Layne
          72: 10-19 10
          73: 5-3 10; 9-27 7 (P); 9-27 10; 10-25 5
-, Lori
          87: 1-22 12
          88: 5-5 2
          89: 5-4 16 (P)
-, Lynsay 99: 4-29 8 (P)
-, Mark
          81: 10-11 1
          82: 10-14 1
          83: 2-3 5
-, Mike
          75: 2-27 8; 3-20 5; 4-10 4; 4-24 6; 5-1 7; 5-8 7
          76: 3-4 7; 4-15 4; 9-29 12
          77: 3-17 8; 3-24 8; 3-31 8; 4-21 8; 5-5 9; 9-22 13
          78: 3-8 11; 4-6 8 (P); 4-13 7; 4-20 9; 5-4 14; 6-22 4; 11-30 8
          79: 4-26 7; 3-16 9; 3-30 10
-, Paul 77: 3-31 1
-, Robert Myron
          79: 10-28 2 LTE
          80: 1-10 1; 2-21 3 LTE; 9-4 23; 11-6 3
-, Scott 89: 4-20 8; 8-31 10; 11-2 8
-, Sean 90: 3-29 11 (P)
-, Steffan 84: 2-2 3
-, Stephen (Steve)
          71: 9-30 5
          72: 3-2 1; 5-4 3; 11-30 4
          73: 3-22 3; 4-12 5; 5-3 3; 9-13 8; 9-27 5; 11-7 5
          74: 2-21 4; 3-7 3; 4-4 5; 5-9 8; 11-21 1
          75: 2-6 1
          79: 9-6 1
-, Sue 86: 11-20 6
-, Teresa 81: 4-2 5
-, Terri 83: 1-20 4 (P)
-, Terry L 81: 9-3 5
-, Tonya 91: 8-29 14
-, Troy
          89: 9-14 13
          92: 9-3 7; 9-24 7
-, Veronica 75: 10-17 3
-, Warren 93: 11-11 1
Bakeuper, Duane 74: 2-14 4
Bakewell, Char 71: 5-13 4; 5-20 5
Bakken, Randy 82: 4-29 1
Bal, Henry 78: 1-12 1; 1-19 1 (P), 3
Balaban, Peter 2002: 1-24 1
-, Robin 92: 10-29 2 (P)
„Balance‟ (recording) 95: 2-2 6
Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985 (Gramm-Rudman) 86: 2-20 2
Balcer, Charles 75: 5-8 1
Balcetis, Emily
         97: 10-16 6
         99: 2-4 4; 10-7 7; 10-28 7
         2000: 3-2 4; 8-31 6
         2001: 2-1 3 (LTE); 2-15 1; 4-5 1; 4-26 12
Balch, Mary 73: 12-13 3
Balcom, Diana (Diane)
         72: 10-12 9
         73: 3-8 7; 3-22 7
         74: 4-18 6; 9-12 7
         75: 2-27 9; 8-29 12
-, Kathy 73: 4-5 6
-, Mark 74: 4-25 8
-, Sarah 92: 10-22 14
Baldi, Pat 91: 4-18 1
Baldrige, Rea 93: 9-16 14
Baldwin, Dustin 98: 10-29 11
Baldwin, Claire
         71: 3-4 5; 4-22 4
         72: 9-28 7; 10-12 5 (P)
         73: 5-3 1
-, Ellen 74: 11-21 5
-, Fern 79: 4-26 5
-, Greg 95: 1-26 6
-, J A
         73: 1-25 8
         77: 1-27 1 (P)
         82: 10-28 6
-, Jason
         93: 9-16 7
         94: 3-10 8; 4-14 8
         95: 3-16 7 (P), 8; 4-13 8; 4-27 7, 8
         96: 1-18 10 (P)
-, Sandra 99: 9-30 1 (P)
-, Scott 92: 3-12 1
-, Winston 98: 1-22 4 (P)
Baldwin Manufacturing Company (business)
         71: 4-1 4
         77: 1-27 1
         89: 4-13 15
-, donations to KSC by 89: 5-4 11
-, drug testing by 89: 10-12 6
Balerud, Bruce 99: 1-21 2 (P)
Bales, Mark 95: 3-9 10
-, Richard 84: 9-25 3
-, Shauna 96: 10-17 8
Bales, Tom (Tommy)
         86: 3-7 5; 4-17 7; 5-8 10
         87: 2-5 9; 3-5 8; 3-26 8; 4-16 7; 4-30 7; 5-7 7 (P)
         88: 2-18 8; 3-17 7 (P); 4-14 7; 4-28 10; 10-6 8
         89: 2-16 8
         91: 7-3 11
         2002: 4-25 6; 10-10 10
Baley, Maura 91: 3-28 2 (P)
Balint, Zsusa (Zsuzsa)
          98: 4-9 2; 4-16 2, 8 (P)
          2001: 10-4 2, 9; 10-11 9 (P)
Balk, Tom 77: 5-5 1
Balka, Berri 79: 2-15 7
Ball, Alan 80: 7-24 5 (P)
-, Anne 74: 11-14 1 (P)
-, Beverly (Bev)
          77: 3-3 3; 4-28 1
          78: 12-7 6
          79: 7-12 1; 10-28 5; 11-8 1; 11-29 1
- -, recital by 78: 11-16 1
-, Holly
          72: 9-21 7
          73: 5-3 5 (P); 9-27 8
          74: 5-9 3; 9-19 4; 11-21 5
          75: 3-13 Special 2 (P); 4-24 5
-, Jason 97: 1-23 9
-, Jay
          84: 11-1 20
          85: 8-29 13; 9-19 7; 12-5 12
-, Rich 71: 4-1 2
-, Steve 78: 5-4 3; 9-7 3; 10-5 9 (P)
-, Suzanne
          99: 4-22 4; 10-14 8
          2000: 4-6 6; 4-20 2
-, Victor 87: 9-3 4
Ball Real Estate (business)
          75: 3-6 3
          89: 8-31 12
          93: 10-21 1
Ballad of Narayama see „The Ballad of Narayama‟ (film)
Ballantyne, Terry
          77: 11-17 1; 12-8 3
          78: 2-2 3; 2-23 1; 3-8 11; 3-16 3; 4-13 4; 4-20 3 (P); 9-14 6; 10-12 3
          79: 3-1 9
Ballard, Jeff 85: 3-21 1
-, John 3-14-96 2
-, Mark
          94: 12-8 9
          95: 11-16 9
          96: 12-5 2
          97: 3-6 4; 4-17 11; 4-24 3
Ballard, Patsy
          74: 10-17 8; 11-14 3; 12-12 5
          75: 1-16 2; 1-23 2; 1-30 2; 2-20 2; 6-19 8
Ballas, Steve 89: 4-13 16 (P)
ballet 77: 7-14 6
„Ballet and Tap Dancing‟ (minicourse) 76: 1-29 1; 2-12 10
Ballet Chicano de Aztlan 76: 9-23 3
Ballet Folk (dance company) 76: 3-18 5
Ballet Folklorico 95: 9-21 2
Ballet Omaha 92: 4-9 10; 4-16 10
Balliet, Norm 78: 12-7 3
Ballinger, Jennifer (Jen)(see also Bellinger)
         90: 9-6 7, 9 (P); 9-27 8; 10-11 9
         91: 2-14 8; 2-21 8; 4-4 7; 4-18 7; 8-29 7; 9-19 7; 9-26 7; 10-17 7; 10-24 7; 10-31 7
         92: 2-13 7; 9-3 8; 9-24 9; 10-8 8; 10-29 7
-, Jim (Jimmy)
         90: 9-6 7, 9 (P); 9-13 8; 10-25 7
         91: 8-29 7; 9-26 7; 10-3 7; 10-10 7; 10-24 7; 10-31 7
balloons, hot air 89: 9-28 10
Ballou, Barry
         71: 2-25 6
         75: 7-10 6
-, Brent
         73: 9-13 4
         74: 11-6 8
-, Bill
         84: 11-13 2
         92: 9-3 1
         99: 12-9 1
-, Ila 2000: 10-26 6
-, Jo
         75: 2-20 3
         76: 12-9 6
ballroom dancing 99: 11-18 9
„Ballroom Dancing‟ (minicourse)
         75: 1-16 3; 1-23 4; 1-30 1, 4; 2-6 4; 2-13 5; 2-27 5; 10-17 6
         76: 2-19 1
Ballroom Reflections (business) 88: 2-11 5
Ballweg, Joseph 79: 11-1 12
Ballwes, Christina
         88: 9-1 1
         89: 9-28 1
Balri, Ghandik Velvri 88: 10-12 4
Bals, Anthony (Tony)
         97: 3-6 3 LTE
         98: 4-2 3 LTE
-, Bill
         76: 3-25 7; 4-15 4; 4-23 6; 4-29 6; 5-6 6
         77: 3-31 9; 4-7 6; 4-14 6; 4-21 8; 4-28 9; 5-5 11 (P); 9-22 13
         78: 4-6 8; 4-13 7; 4-20 7; 4-27 8
         79: 4-5 11
Balsiger, Elissa
         90: 1-25 1; 2-1 9; 3-29 1; 4-19 1; 5-3 1, 2; 11-20 1; 12-13 2, 3 LTE
         91: 1-31 1; 3-7 2
Balstron, Paulette 72: 4-13 1
Balthazor, James (Jamey)
         92: 9-24 2 (P)
         94: 4-7 1
„Baltimore Waltz‟ (play) see „The Baltimore Waltz‟ (play)
Baltzell, Brenda 80: 3-27 3
-, Greg 80: 5-1 3
Bamesburger, Joan 73: 11-7 4
Bamesgurger, Drew 84: 3-23 1
Bamford, Barb
         75: 9-18 8; 10-17 8
         76: 4-8 7; 4-29 7
-, James (Jim)
         73: 9-13 1
          74: 9-19 3
-, JoAnn 78: 10-12 5
-, Reno 71: 2-11 3; 2-18 5
Bamsey, Jeni 95: 8-24 4
„Bananas‟ (film) 81: 10-22 3
Bancroft, John 74: 9-26 5
band
          87: 10-22 2
          99: 12-9 12
Band Aid 2001: 10-11 4; 10-18 10
Band Day
          71: 10-7 1; 10-14 3
          87: 9-17 8
          88: 9-22 1; 9-29 6
          89: 9-21 11
          90: 9-20 7; 9-27 4
          91: 9-19 1
          92: 9-24 4
          93: 9-16 8; 9-23 1
          94: 9-29 1
          97: 9-25 4; 10-2 1
          99: 9-23 1
          2001: 9-13 2; 9-20 2; 9-27 2; 10-4 1
Band Day Parade 2002: 9-26 2
band uniforms
          84: 9-6 11, 12
          85: 11-21 2; 12-5 2
Bandemer, Amy
          97: 2-13 8
          99: 3-25 2 (P); 4-22 2
-, Brett 2000: 4-20 8
-, Cynthia 82: 1-21 1
-, Doug
          71: 5-20 3
          73: 3-29 4
 „Bandits‟ 2001: 10-18 4
Bandlow, Barbara (Barb)
          73: 11-29 4
          74: 11-21 5
Bands Scrimmage Heroes (band) 99: 11-4 1
Bandtastics
          84: 9-6 11
          85: 9-19 1; 10-23 5
          83: 11-10 4
          85: 10-23 1
          86: 9-18 1
          87: 9-3 4; 9-10 1; 9-17 1, 2; 10-8 1, 5; 10-29 1, 2; 11-12 6; 11-19 1; 12-3 1
          88: 9-1 2; 10-12 1
bandwidth 2002: 1-24 1; 1-31 1, 3; 3-14 8; 4-25 1, 8
Banerjee, Mirhir 71: 12-9 1
Banes, Chuck
          90: 4-26 8
          91: 2-21 8; 3-7 7; 4-11 7; 4-18 7; 4-25 7; 5-2 7
Bangert, Art (Arthur) (see also Bengart)
          89: 10-12 4; 11-16 6
          90: 4-12 6
-, Dave
         90: 4-12 8; 9-6 7; 9-13 7
         91: 1-24 7; 11-7 7
         92: 8-27 7; 9-3 2 (P)
Banghart, Lori 80: 3-27 Encounter 6
Bangles (group) 86: 4-24 2; 5-8 7
Bani, Christine 99: 4-22 2 (P)
Banigan, Mark 80: 11-6 5
Bank, Jerry 74: 7-26 6
Bank-in-the-Box 79: 11-15 1; 11-29 1
Banker, Darren 92: 9-3 7
Bankers, Mary 76: 12-9 1
Banks, Bob 76: 6-17 8
-, Doug
         87: 10-8 8 (P); 11-5 7
         88: 8-25 7; 9-1 7; 9-8 7 (P); 9-15 9, 10; 9-29 7 (P); 10-12 7 (P); 10-27 9 (P); 11-3 7; 11-10
                 7; 11-17 8
         89: 4-20 8; 8-31 7; 9-14 7; 9-28 9; 10-12 8; 10-19 7; 11-16 7 (P); 11-30 7; 12-7 7
         90: 4-12 8; 4-26 7; 8-30 7; 9-6 7; 9-13 7; 9-20 7 (P); 9-27 7; 10-4 7, 9; 10-25 7; 11-1 9;
                 11-15 7
         91: 1-17 9 (P); 4-4 9; 5-2 7 (P); 8-29 7
         94: 4-14 8
-, Sarah
         79: 2-15 2 LTE
         80: 10-9 4
         81: 1-22 3
-, Sherri 91: 10-3 2 (P)
Banks, Susan (Sue) 71: 4-1 3; 4-22 3; 9-23 4
Bankson-Recknor, Karol 95: 2-16 2
Banned Books Week
         94: 9-29 1, 3
         2000: 9-28 4
Banner Competition 85: 10-17 2
Bannes, Doug 87: 11-12 8
Banning, Chris 96: 2-29 2; 4-25 12
Banset, Elizabeth 87: 10-1 4
Bantam, Angela
         83: 5-5 4
         84: 2-9 5; 2-16 4; 2-23 5; 3-1 3; 3-23 10; 3-29 5; 4-5 9; 4-12 8; 4-26 5; 5-3 1
-, Wendy Jane 2002: 10-10 2
Bantees, Charlene (Char) (see also Bentaas) 80: 3-13 8; 3-27 7; 4-3 9; 4-17 8
Baptist Chapel (SBC) 71: 10-21 3
Baptist State Convention 74: 9-19 6
Baptist Student Association 74: 4-18 3
Baptist Student Union
         79: 12-6 1
         80: 1-24 3
         81: 9-3 3; 9-10 3; 9-17 3; 9-24 3; 10-8 3; 10-22 3; 10-29 3; 11-5 3; 11-12 3; 11-19 3; 12-
                 10 3
         82: 2-18 3; 2-25 3; 3-4 3; 4-1 3; 4-15 3; 4-29 3
         84: 9-6 13
         89: 4-6 9
         91: 2-21 10; 8-29 1
         92: 11-18 1
Baptist Student Union Christian Fellowship 81: 9-10 1
Barab, Jordan 94: 4-7 3 LTE
Barabas, Jerry
          84: 4-26 Accent 8
          86: 9-18 2
 „Barbara Snyder stamp‟
          96: 2-29 3
          97: 4-10 1; 9-11 10
          98: 2-26 4; 10-8 1, 9
          99: 9-16 4
„Barbarelle‟ (film) 80: 1-10 1
Barber, Beatrice (Bea)
          95: 10-5 7 (P)
          96: 2-2 10
-, Bill 99: 4-1 6
-, Dawn
          91: 10-31 2 (P)
          93: 1-28 3; 2-4 3; 2-11 3; 2-18 3; 2-25 3; 3-4 3; 3-11 3; 3-18 3; 4-1 3; 4-8 3; 4-15 3; 4-22 2
                  (P), 3; 4-29 3
-, Joseph (Joe)
          85: 8-29 3
          86: 5-1 2
          87: 4-17 2
          88: 12-8 4
          90: 2-15 5; 12-6 19 (P)
-, Kaikeem 93: 2-4 1 (P)
-, Lorin (Lorlin)
          71: 1-7 1; 2-18 1; 4-22 3; 5-6 1; 5-13 4
          72: 3-2 4
          74: 3-7 3; 4-4 8; 11-6 5 (P)
-, Pam
          74: 11-14 5
          77: 4-28 3
-, Susan
          72: 4-20 1
          73: 9-27 8
barbershop chorus, formation of 71: 10-7 4
Barber Shoppers 78: 6-29 1
barbers 83: 4-28 Accent 4
Barbershop Dixieland Band 88: 10-6 14
Barbie (doll) 93: 4-1 11 (P)
-, protest against 92: 11-5 6 (P)
Barbo, Beverly 91: 12-5 1
Barbosa, Thias 2001: 9-13 2 (P)
Barbour, Michael 80: 12-4 1
Barchetta, Rufus (see also Barchette) 87: 10-8 4 (P)
Barchette, Rufus (see also Barchetta) 88: 2-18 5
Bare, Garland 90: 3-29 6; 4-5 6; 4-12 6, 10
-, Lydia 71: 4-20 13
„Barefoot in the Park‟ (dance) 96: 3-8 2
„Barefoot in the Park‟ (film) 71: 9-23 2
„Barefoot in the Park‟ (play) 87: 10-1 2
Barefoot Miss (brand name)
          90: 5-3 5
          91: 5-2 4
Barenaked Ladies 2000: 9-28 8
Barenklau, Shon 91: 8-29 12
Barfknecht, Mark 77: 5-5 3
Barfnell, Jana (see also Barnell) 82: 1-21 1
Bargen, Amy Tolstedt 2001: 1-25 7
-, Andrew (Andy)
         94: 1-20 1; 3-31 1; 12-8 4
         95: 2-2 2; 2-9 8; 2-16 1; 3-9 1, 2 (P); 4-6 1; 4-13 2; 4-27 1; 9-21 2; 9-28 6; 10-19 4; 10-26
                  6; 11-16 12
         96: 1-18 10; 2-15 1, 4, 12; 3-7 1; 3-14 1; 10-24 6; 12-5 3 LTE
         97: 1-30 5; 4-17 3 LTE; 12-11 1
-, David (Dave, David J)
         92: 3-19 1
         94: 1-20 1; 2-3 1; 2-10 1; 2-24 3 LTE, 6; 3-3 1, 3 LTE, 6; 3-10 1; 3-31 1, 11; 4-7 1; 4-28 2
                  12-8 4
         95: 1-19 1, 2; 1-26 1, 4, 11 (P); 2-2 4; 2-9 1 (P) 4; 2-16 1 (P), 2; 2-23 1 (P); 3-2 1; 3-9 1, 4
                  (P); 3-16 1, 4, 10; 3-30 1 (P); 4-6 1; 4-13 1, 10; 4-27 1; 8-24 1; 9-14 1; 9-21 1, 2;
                  9-28 4 (P); 10-12 2; 10-26 1 (P); 11-2 4; 11-16 1; 11-30 1
         96: 1-18 1, 10; 1-25 2 (P), 5; 2-2 1; 2-8 7, 10; 2-15 1, 2, 3 LTE; 2-22 1 (P), 4; 2-29 1, 3
                  LTE, 10; 3-7 1, 6; 3-14 1, 12; 9-19 7; 10-17 1; 11-7 5
         97: 4-17 5; 4-24 1; 12-4 6
         99: 2-25 5
Barger, David (see also Bargen)
         74: 9-26 1
         92: 4-2 1
-, Shawn 78: 9-28 9
-, Sithay 72: 10-12 4
-, Troy 2000: 4-20 6
Barglof, Dennis 77: 2-24 9; 12-1 10; 12-8 12
Bargstadt, Kari 92: 1-30 5
Bariagaber, Assefaw
         91: 8-29 1; 9-12 15 (P)
         92: 9-17 11
         93: 10-21 1 (P)
         94: 2-10 4 (P)
         97: 1-30 8 (P)
Barker, Bill 82: 6-24 4 (P)
-, Bob 2002: 4-18 4
-, Connie 73: 2-15 6
-, Darren
         88: 9-15 11; 9-22 7; 9-29 7; 10-6 7; 10-12 8
         89: 9-21 8
         90: 9-6 7; 9-13 8; 11-1 9 (P); 11-20 10
         91: 2-14 8; 5-2 7; 8-29 7
         92: 2-13 7; 2-20 7; 3-5 7; 3-12 7; 4-16 7; 4-23 7; 10-22 7
         93: 2-18 7; 4-8 7; 4-15 7
-, Dennis 71: 3-4 5
-, Katie 98: 10-29 10
-, Raleigh 74: 4-11 3
-, Rex
         77: 12-8 8
         80: 2-14 1
-, Ryan
         2000: 11-9 1 (P)
         2002: 2-7 2
Barkhurst, Jenny 2002: 4-18 4; 11-21 9
Barkovich, Kevin 79: 6-21 1
Barleen, Donny
         82: 12-9 9
         83: 12-2 12
Barlin, Bill 78: 8-31 14
Barlovic, Sharlene 86: 4-17 1 (P)
Barlow, Richard L (Dick)
         71: 3-11 5; 4-22 2
         72: 6-22 1; 8-31 6; 9-14 7; 11-30 8
         73: 1-11 10
         74: 12-5 1
         75: 10-9 5; 11-13 10
         76: 6-17 3; 7-22 7; 11-18 5
         77: 2-10 9; 9-15 5; 11-10 8
         78: 6-22 3; 7-20 1
         79: 4-12 1
         80: 10-23 4
         84: 3-23 1; 4-5 6
         85: 3-21 14; 4-23 1
         86: 2-6 2
         87: 4-16 5
         92: 9-24 6
Barmess, Pat (see also Bartmess) 90: 2-1 2
Barmore, Mary 83: 11-17 7
Barna, Neil 72: 4-6 6; 4-27 6
-, Matt 95: 10-12 10 (P)
-, Tracy 95: 10-12 10 (P)
Barnard, Herbert 2002: 4-17 2
-, Keeley 79: 11-15 1
-, LaVera 96: 4-25 6
-, Roy (Ray)(see also Bernard)
         78: 8-31 11
         79: 10-4 5
         80: 10-9 7
         83: 4-21 6; 6-30 7
         84: 9-27 6
         85: 10-17 1
         86: 6-25 7; 8-28 11
         87: 2-12 4; 11-12 10
         88: 1-14 5 (P); 2-25 11; 10-6 6
         89: 2-23 10; 10-12 13 (P)
         90: 10-11 11
         91: 1-24 4
         92: 2-20 2 (P); 8-27 1; 11-12 6 (P)
         93: 1-21 11; 2-25 6; 4-22 12; 9-2 10
         95: 10-26 10
         96: 2-8 16; 4-11 2; 4-25 6
Barnell, Jana (see also Barfnell)
         80: 3-27 3; 8-28 3; 9-25 4; 10-9 3; 11-13 1
         81: 10-1 3 (P); 12-10 1
         82: 2-11 1; 4-15 4 (P); 4-22 6; 4-29 1 (P); 6-17 5 (P); 9-23 5; 9-30 1, 9; 10-14 6
         88: 11-17 6
         89: 1-12 2
Barner, Jim 71: 9-23 2 LTE
Barnes, Adilah 2002: 3-7 4
-, Ame 95: 10-12 9
Barnes, Bill (Lord Bill)
         71: 6-24 3
         73: 5-10 7
-, Darrell (Darrel)
           75: 2-6 64-4 6; 9-5 10
           76: 1-15 6; 1-22 4; 2-5 8; 2-12 9; 2-19 7; 3-4 6
           77: 2-10 11; 2-24 9; 4-21 8
           78: 1-19 7; 2-16 6; 2-23 9; 3-8 10
-, David
           85: 4-2 19 (P), 20
           86: 9-11 2; 9-18 4
-, Ed 71: 4-1 4; 4-22 4
-, Eric 94: 10-20 12
-, Jennifer 94: 10-13 2 (P)
-, John
           79: 9-20 Encounter 5
           90: 9-20 6 (P); 10-4 3 (P); 11-1 3 (P)
           91: 3-7 6 (P); 9-12 2; 9-26 3; 10-24 2
           93: 4-1 3
-, Lori
           82: 9-30 1
           84: 2-16 17 (P)
-, Stacy 94: 11-10 2 (P)
-, Sylvia 81: 10-29 8
-, Wendy 96: 2-2 2 (P)
Barnett, Ernest
           89: 3-30 1; 9-28 1; 10-5 1; 10-19 14 (P); 12-7 10
           91: 5-2 2 (P)
-, John
           78: 10-12 6
           79: 3-22 1
-, Kelly 89: 9-14 14
Barnett, Wallace Jr (Wally)
           71: 2-4 1; 4-20 12
           75: 3-6 5
Barney, Dick 75: 10-2 Insert 2
-, Patty 71: 3-25 1, 3; 4-1 5 (P); 4-22 1
Barney and Brown General Store (business) 75: 10-2 Insert 2
Barney Insurance (business)
           93: 1-28 1
           98: 8-27 4
Barnhard, Fred 71: 1-7 1; 2-18 1; 4-29 5; 5-6 1; 5-13 4
Barnhart, Alvin 86: 9-18 10
Barnhill, Rob
           96: 10-17 10
           97: 3-6 9; 3-13 6
Barnica, Kathy
           77: 11-17 1
           82: 2-11 1
           85: 8-29 3
Baron, Edwin L 85: 1-29 1 (P)
Barone, Tony 85: 11-7 8
Barp, Meghan 97: 10-9 8
Barr, Bill 2000: 9-28 4
-, Bob 83: 3-24 5 (P)
-, Craig 84: 3-23 1; 3-29 3; 4-5 1 (P); 4-12 1
Barr, James 73: 2-22 1
-, Jill 99: 2-4 2 (P)
-, Karen
          81: 10-1 5
          82: 9-16 7
-, Margaret 92: 11-18 1
-, Robyn 96: 9-19 6 (P)
Barrero, Patrice 82: 4-15 Accent 3
Barratt, Jeff 76: 9-29 12
Barrett, Bryan 83: 10-6 9
-, Clyde 77: 1-27 1
-, Colleen
          72: 9-21 7; 11-16 8; 11-30 3, 4
          73: 4-12 5; 5-3 3; 9-13 8
          74: 3-7 3; 5-9 8; 12-5 8; 12-12 8
          75: 4-4 8
-, Dave 86: 12-11 4
-, Elizabeth (Beth)
          87: 6-18 5; 8-27 6; 9-3 3, 4; 9-10 3; 9-17 3; 9-24 3; 10-1 3; 10-8 3; 10-22 3; 10-29 3; 11-5
                   3; 11-12 3; 11-19 1, 3; 12-3 3; 12-10 3
          88: 1-14 3; 1-21 3; 1-28 3; 2-4 3; 2-11 3; 2-18 3; 2-25 3; 3-17 3; 3-24 3; 4-7 3; 4-14 3; 4-
                   18 3; 4-21 3; 4-28 3; 5-5 3; 6-23 3; 6-30 3, 5, 7; 7-14 3; 7-21 3, 4; 7-28 3; 8-4 3;
                   11-17 9
          90: 1-25 18-30 3; 9-6 3, 13 (P); 9-13 3; 9-20 3; 9-27 3; 10-4 3, 5 (P); 10-11 3; 10-25 3;
                   11-1 3; 11-8 3; 11-15 1, 3; 11-20 3, 10; 12-6 3; 12-13 3
          91: 1-17 3; 1-24 3; 1-31 3; 2-7 3; 2-14 3; 2-21 3; 3-7 3; 3-14 3; 3-28 3; 4-4 3; 4-11 3; 4-18
                   3; 4-25 3; 5-2 3; 8-29 3; 9-12 3; 9-19 3; 9-26 3; 10-3 3; 10-10 3; 10-17 3; 10-24 3;
                   10-31 3; 11-7 3; 11-14 3; 11-21 3; 12-5 3; 12-13 3
          92: 1-23 3; 1-30 3; 2-6 3; 2-13 3; 2-20 3; 2-27 3; 3-5 3; 3-12 3; 3-19 3; 4-2 3; 4-9 3; 4-16
                   3; 4-16 Special Section 2; 4-23 2, 3; 4-30 3; 8-27 3; 9-17 1, 3; 9-24 3; 10-1 3; 10-
                   8 3; 10-15 3; 10-22 3; 10-29 3; 11-5 3; 11-12 3; 11-18 3; 12-10 1, 3
          93: 1-21 3; 1-28 3; 2-4 3; 2-11 3; 2-18 3; 2-25 3; 3-4 3; 3-11 3; 3-18 3; 4-1 3; 4-8 3; 4-15
                   3; 4-22 3; 4-29 3; 8-26 3; 9-2 3; 9-16 3; 9-23 3; 9-30 3; 10-7 3; 10-14 3; 10-21 3;
                   10-28 3; 11-4 3; 11-11 3; 11-18 3; 12-2 3; 12-9 3
          94: 1-20 3; 1-27 3; 2-3 3; 2-10 3; 2-17 3; 2-24 3; 3-3 3; 3-10 3; 3-17 3; 3-31 3; 4-7 3; 4-14
                   3; 4-21 3; 4-28 3; 8-25 3; 9-1 3; 9-15 3, 9; 9-15 2; 9-29 2; 10-6 2; 10-13 2; 10-27
                   2; 11-3 2; 11-10 2; 11-17 2; 12-1 2; 12-8 2
          95: 1-19 3; 1-26 2; 2-2 3; 2-9 3; 2-16 3; 3-2 3; 3-9 3; 3-16 3; 3-30 3; 4-6 3; 4-13 3; 4-27 2;
                   8-24 3; 8-31 2; 9-14 2; 9-21 3; 9-28 3; 10-5 2; 10-12 3; 10-19 2; 10-26 2; 11-2 3;
                   11-11 2; 11-16 3, 6; 11-30 2; 12-7 2; 1-20 3
          96: 8-29 4; 9-12 2; 9-19 7; 9-26 3; 10-3 7; 10-10 2; 10-17 2; 10-24 3; 10-31 3; 11-7 2; 11-
                   14 2; 11-21 4
          97: 1-30 2; 2-6 2; 2-13 2; 2-20 2; 2-27 2; 3-6 2; 3-13 2; 3-20 2; 4-3 2; 4-10 2; 4-17 2; 4-24
                   2; 5-1 2
-, Elsie 87: 6-18 5
-, Gill 94: 2-10 4
-, James 74: 4-1 2
-, Martha
          87: 11-19 6
          89: 12-14 1
-, William (Bill)
          86: 12-11 9
          87: 6-18 5
          89: 5-4 2
          90: 10-25 1; 11-1 1; 11-8 1
          91: 7-18 1; 10-31 4
          92: 2-20 6 (P); 10-1 6; 11-5 1
          93: 12-9 1 (P)
          95: 4-7 11 (P)
           96: 2-22 3 LTE
           97: 10-2 1 (P); 10-9 7 (P)
           98: 11-5 1
           2000: 3-2 1 (P)
- -, raffle contest to trade places with 91: 10-3 10Barrough, Bethany 96: 10-31 9
Barron, Carlos 71: 2-18 6
Barry, Barbara 74: 10-17 3
-, Gene 71: 5-13 1
-, Patti (Patty)
           71: 2-25 4; 3-4 1; 5-13 4; 9-23 4; 10-7 4
           72: 9-21 7; 10-26 3 (P)
           73: 5-3 5 (P); 9-27 8, 9 (P); 10-4 5
           74: 3-21 8; 5-2 3; 5-9 3
-, Richard (Rick) (see also Berry)
           71: 2-25 3 (P); 3-4 1; 3-11 1; 3-25 1
           72: 3-2 1
-, Scott 91: 4-11 5 (P)
-, Suzanne (Sue) (see also Berry)
           79: 8-30 14; 11-8 11
           80: 1-24 7; 2-7 10; 3-6 9; 9-4 8; 10-2 10; 11-20 8; 12-4 10
           81: 1-22 11; 1-29 8; 2-5 8; 2-12 10; 2-19 6; 3-5 7; 3-19 8
           82: 9-2 2
bars, business hours of
           75: 9-18 1
           93: 2-4 2, 9
-, survey on local 77: 2-24 1
Barstow, Marjorie 83: 3-3 1
Bart, Sheila 93: 1-21 13
Bart Simpson 91: 9-12 14
Barta, Brent
           2001: 9-27 12
           2002: 4-11 2; 4-18 8
-, Cheri
           2001: 4-5 7
           2002: 4-25 8
Barta, Greg 74: 8-29 6
-, Jeff
           78: 7-27 5; 9-21 8 (P); 10-26 12; 11-2 11; 11-16 9; 11-30 10
           79: 2-8 10 (P); 4-5 10 (P); 9-27 12; 11-1 10; 12-13 9
           80: 4-17 9
-, Warren 79: 6-21 1
Bartak, Theresa 88: 9-22 11
Bartcher, Jane 85: 11-14 9
Bartek, Greg 82: 9-30 12
-, Jerry 90: 2-8 1
-, Mark 79: 3-1 10; 3-22 13; 3-29 14; 4-5 10; 4-12 8 (P); 4-26 7
-, Mike 79: 3-15 10
-, Tom
           79: 6-28 1
           80: 7-17 6 (P)
-, Tom 82: 9-16 1
Bartels, Boran 95: 3-9 3 LTE
-, Galen 92: 4-2 7
-, Jerry 76: 3-4 3 (P)
-, Joyce
           71: 12-16 4
          72: 10-12 9; 11-30 4
          73: 1-11 1; 3-8 7; 3-22 7; 4-5 6; 4-12 5; 4-26 6 (P); 9-20 7
          74: 2-28 1; 3-28 1; 4-18 1, 3; 9-5 1; 9-12 7; 10-10 4; 10-17 7; 10-24 1; 11-6 2 LTE, 6; 11-
                  21 1, 7; 12-5 1
          75: 1-16 2 LTE; 1-23 1; 2-6 2; 2-13 5; 8-29 12
-, Kenneth (Ken)
          80: 9-18 6
          81: 10-1 1
-, Mandy 97: 1-30 9
-, Mark 74: 4-18 7
-, Mike 76: 9-29 12
-, Sid 92: 10-15 12 (P)
-, Susan 79: 10-4 1
Bartelts, Camas 96: 1-25 1
bartenders 79: 1-26 7
-, students working as
          88: 8-4 5
          91: 10-17 5
bartending 75: 10-2 Insert 7
„Bartending‟ (minicourse)
          74: 12-5 1
          76: 10-21 3
„Bartending in the Home‟ (minicourse) 74: 1-31 3, 4
Barth, Erika (Erica) 90: 3-8 4; 7-26 2
Barth, Fred
          71: 9-16 1; 10-28 3; 11-11 1
          72: 4-20 3 (P); 6-22 2; 7-27 4; 9-28 10; 11-2 7; 11-16 1
          73: 2-15 4 (P); 6-28 1 (P); 7-12 3
          89: 8-31 4
-, John
          77: 9-8 1; 10-20 8
          78: 2-9 3 (P)
-, Marshall 99: 2-4 2
-, Stan 89: 3-2 6 (P)
-, Steven (Steve)
          91: 4-25 5 (P)
          98: 10-8 1; 10-15 6
          99: 4-29 3 (P)
-, Tammy
          81: 9-17 8; 10-1 9 (P)
          82: 9-9 10; 9-16 10 (P); 9-23 9 (P); 9-30 11; 10-14 11; 10-28 9; 11-11 10; 11-24 5 (P); 12-
                  2 7 (P)
          83: 9-1 14; 9-22 14, 15 (P); 9-29 11; 10-20 11
          84: 8-30 19; 9-13 18, 19; 9-27 16 (P); 10-9 7; 10-23 13; 11-1 21; 11-29 26, 28
Bartholomew, Sue 78: 7-20 3
Bartholomy, John M 79: 4-12 2
Bartlett, Alice 80: 1-10 12; 1-17 1
-, Angie 97: 10-16 1
-, Dawn
          92: 1-30 1; 2-20 1; 4-16 1
          93: 3-4 6; 4-1 6; 4-29 3; 8-26 3; 9-2 3; 9-16 3; 9-23 3; 9-30 3; 10-7 3; 10-14 3; 10-21 3;
                  10-28 3; 11-4 3; 11-11 3; 11-18 3; 12-2 3; 12-9 3
          94: 1-20 3; 1-27 3; 2-3 3; 2-10 3; 2-17 1, 3, 6 (P); 2-24 3; 3-3 3; 3-10 3; 3-17 3; 3-31 3; 4-
                  7 3; 4-14 3, 9; 4-21 1, 3, 11; 4-28 3; 8-25 3; 9-1 3, 5 (P); 9-15 3; 9-22 2; 9-29 2;
                  10-6 2; 10-13 2; 10-20 2; 10-27 2; 11-3 2; 11-10 2; 11-17 2; 12-1 2
-, Heather 96: 11-7 2 (P)
-, Kevin
           79: 11-1 9
           80: 9-11 10; 11-6 9; 12-11 9 (P)
           81: 1-15 9; 11-19 10; 12-3 8
           82: 1-21 8; 2-11 8; 3-4 6 (P)
-, Ray
          92: 4-16 8 (P)
          93: 4-22 5 (P)
-, Shelly 97: 10-9 1, 4 (P)
-, Trish 85: 2-19 12
Bartley, Pat 91: 10-24 9; 10-31 9; 11-21 13; 12-5 7
Bartling, Allen
          71: 2-25 3 (P); 3-4 1; 3-11 1
          93: 4-15 9
-, Cheryl 71: 12-2 2 LTE
-, Jill Reinboth 82: 11-24 3
-, Jolene 93: 4-15 9
-, Krissy 90: 2-1 5 (P)
-, Mike 87: 2-19 2 (P)
Bartmess, Pat (see also Barmess)
          89: 8-31 17 (P); 9-21 3; 10-19 1, 12 (P); 11-16 3 (P); 12-14 3 (P)
          90: 1-25 3 (P); 2-1 2; 2-15 3 (P); 4-19 3 (P)
Bartolomei, Dan 83: 9-15 4
Barton, Chad 92: 12-10 9
-, James 91: 10-10 11
-, Jan 92: 9-24 11
-, Mary
          97: 9-4 6
          98: 11-19 4
          2000: 10-26 6
-, Jan
          96: 9-26 9; 10-10 11; 10-24 11; 11-7 9
          97: 2-20 9
-, Janice 87: 9-3 4
Barton, Richard 74: 10-24 4; 11-14 4; 12-19 3
Barton-Zimmerman, Jan
          97: 11-6 7; 12-4 7; 12-11 13
          98: 1-15 7; 1-22 7; 1-29 9; 2-5 9; 2-12 9; 2-26 7; 3-5 9; 3-12 6; 3-19 7; 4-2 7; 4-9 7; 4-16
                  7; 4-23 9; 4-30 15; 8-27 9; 9-3 9; 9-10 9; 9-17 9; 9-24 9; 10-1 9; 10-8 11; 10-15
                  11; 10-29 11; 11-5 7; 11-12 9; 11-19 9; 12-3 7; 12-10 13
Bartruff, James (Jim)
          71: 5-6 1; 5-13 1, 2; 9-16 2; 10-14 1; 11-4 4
          72: 4-6 3; 11-2 1; 11-16 1; 11-30 1
          73: 3-22 1; 4-12 4; 5-3 3; 5-10 1; 9-20 4; 10-4 1 (P); 10-11 1; 10-25 1; 11-15 1; 12-13 1
          74: 2-21 4; 2-28 3; 3-7 2; 3-28 3; 4-11 3; 4-18 1
          75: 1-30 3; 4-4 4; 7-17 1; 7-24 6 (P)
-, Janell 85: 4-2 7
-, Jean 74: 5-9 8
-, Larry
          78: 1-12 1; 9-14 6
          79: 2-22 3 (P); 3-1 3; 10-4 6
-, Mike 75: 1-30 3; 4-4 4
-, Phil
          75: 1-30 3; 4-4 4; 7-17 1; 7-24 6; 9-11 8; 9-25 7; 10-9 1
          76: 2-12 5; 4-8 4; 11-11 3 (P)
          77: 2-10 9; 2-17 3; 4-14 1; 11-10 12; 11-17 1; 12-8 3
         78: 1-12 1; 2-2 3; 2-23 1 (P); 4-13 5; 9-14 6; 10-12 3; 11-9 4; 12-7 6
         79: 3-1 3; 4-5 3; 4-12 1; 6-28 3
         80: 9-18 5; 10-16 3 (P)
         81: 7-9 1; 7-30 1 (P); 10-8 1; 10-22 1, 3 (P); 11-12 1; 12-3 6
         82: 4-15 1; 6-24 8; 7-1 5 (P); 7-29 4 (P)
         83: 7-14 4
         84: 6-28 4
         85: 2-7 6; 2-12 7
Bartu, Vera 89: 9-7 1
Bartunek, Glen 90: 10-4 7
-, Janine (Jannine)
         73: 9-27 8; 11-7 5; 11-15 3; 11-29 3; 12-6 7
         74: 3-21 4; 4-18 6; 4-25 6
Bartusiak, Steve 87: 11-5 7
-, Tom
         86: 8-28 7 (P); 10-9 7 (P)
         87: 9-3 8; 12-3 8
         88: 1-21 8
Barua, Cecilie (Cecelia) 77: 3-31 7; 11-10 3
-, Devashish 2001: 10-4 7
-, Pradeep
         97: 5-1 2
         2001: 9-13 9
Bascom, George 89: 11-16 12
-, Judy 77: 10-27 7
Basden, Denea (Danae, Deana)
         95: 2-9 9; 2-16 7; 3-2 7; 4-6 7; 4-13 7
         96: 2-22 8; 4-11 7
         97: 1-23 7; 2-13 7; 2-20 7; 3-20 7; 4-24 7
         98: 1-22 5; 1-29 5; 2-5 6; 2-12 7; 2-19 7; 2-26 5; 3-5 5; 4-9 5; 4-16 6
baseball
         71: 2-25 6; 3-11 6; 3-18 8; 3-25 6; 4-1 2, 6; 4-15 4; 4-22 6; 4-29 6; 5-6 3; 5-13 6; 5-20 6
         72: 2-3 6; 3-9 6; 3-16 8; 3-23 6; 4-6 6; 4-13 6; 4-20 8; 4-27 6; 5-4 6; 8-31 8
         73: 1-25 7; 3-1 6; 3-8 6; 3-22 6; 3-29 8; 4-5 6; 4-12 8; 4-19 6, 7; 4-26 7; 5-3 9, 10; 5-10 6;
                 8-30 9; 9-6 6; 10-4 6
         74: 1-24 4; 2-7 9; 2-21 7; 3-7 7; 3-21 5; 3-28 7; 4-4 7; 4-11 4; 4-18 6, 7; 4-25 6, 7; 5-2 9;
                 5-9 7; 8-29 6; 9-5 6; 9-12 7; 9-12 11; 9-26 8
         75: 2-6 6; 2-13 8; 2-27 8; 3-6 7; 3-13 7; 3-20 5; 4-4 7; 4-10 4, 5; 4-17 6, 7; 4-24 6; 5-1 6,
                 7; 5-8 7, 8; 8-29 12; 9-5 11; 9-11 6; 9-18 8
         76: 2-19 7; 3-4 7; 3-18 6; 3-25 6; 4-1 9; 4-8 7; 4-15 4, 5; 4-23 1; 4-29 7; 5-6 6, 7; 9-2 13,
                 15; 9-29 10, 12; 10-7 8
         77: 3-17 8; 3-24 8; 3-31 8; 4-21 8; 4-28 8; 5-5 9; 9-22 13
         78: 3-8 11; 3-16 9; 3-30 10; 4-6 8; 4-13 7; 4-20 9; 5-4 12, 14; 6-22 4; 11-30 8; 12-7 14
         79: 1-18 10; 3-1 10; 3-15 10; 3-22 13; 3-29 14; 4-5 10, 11; 4-12 1, 8; 4-26 7; 5-3 14
         80: 3-6 7; 3-13 8; 3-27 7; 4-3 9; 4-17 10; 4-24 8; 5-1 11; 6-19 9; 7-3 4, 8; 7-24 8; 8-28 10;
                 9-4 9; 10-16 9
         81: 3-5 8; 3-19 9; 3-26 8; 4-2 8; 4-9 9; 4-23 6, 9; 4-30 9; 5-7 9; 9-10 9
         82: 3-4 7; 3-18 9; 4-1 9; 4-15 7; 4-22 10; 4-29 11; 10-14 9
         83: 2-24 9; 3-3 8, 9; 3-17 8; 3-24 8; 3-31 8; 4-6 7; 4-14 8, 9; 4-21 7; 4-28 9; 5-5 10; 6-30
                 8; 9-15 12; 9-22 14, 16; 10-20 12; 12-8 8
         84: 2-23 8; 3-1 8, 10; 3-23 12; 3-29 9; 4-5 13; 4-12 10; 4-26 9; 9-25 5, 8
         85: 2-12 12; 2-21 9, 10; 2-28 9; 3-26 7; 3-28 10; 4-2 21; 4-11 14; 4-16 5, 6, 7; 4-23 5; 4-
                 25 13, 14, 15; 4-30 5, 6, 7; 6-18 5; 9-26 10; 10-3 8
         86: 2-27 9; 3-7 5; 3-13 8; 4-3 7, 8; 4-10 8; 4-17 7; 4-24 7, 8; 5-1 9; 5-8 9, 10; 8-28 9; 9-11
                 8
         87: 2-5 9; 3-5 8; 3-26 8; 4-2 6; 4-9 7; 4-16 7, 8; 4-30 7; 5-7 7; 6-18 6; 9-10 9
           88: 2-18 8; 2-25 9; 3-17 7; 3-24 10; 4-7 7, 9; 4-14 7; 4-21 7; 4-28 12; 5-5 9, 12; 6-23 6
           89: 1-19 7; 2-16 8; 2-23 9; 3-2 8; 3-30 7; 4-6 11; 4-13 10; 4-20 7; 4-27 9, 10; 5-4 7, 9; 9-
                   14 8; 9-28 8; 10-12 8; 10-19 9
           90: 2-15 9; 3-1 7; 3-8 9; 3-29 7; 4-12 9; 4-19 7; 4-26 7, 8; 5-3 7, 9; 8-30 10; 9-6 9; 9-20
                   10; 9-27 8; 10-4 8; 10-11 7; 10-25 8
           91: 2-21 8; 3-7 7; 3-28 7; 4-4 7; 4-11 7; 4-18 7; 4-25 7; 11-7 8
           92: 2-20 7; 3-5 7; 3-12 7; 3-19 7; 4-2 7, 8; 4-9 7; 4-16 7; 4-23 7, 8; 4-30 7; 9-17 8; 10-29
                   10
           93: 2-18 9; 2-25 7, 8; 3-4 7; 3-11 7; 3-18 7; 4-1 7, 8; 4-8 7, 8; 4-15 7; 4-22 7, 8; 4-29 7; 9-
                   16 7; 10-21 7
           94: 3-3 8; 3-10 8; 3-17 7; 3-31 7; 4-7 8; 4-14 8; 4-21 7; 4-28 7
           95: 2-23 7; 3-16 7, 8; 3-30 7; 4-6 7, 8; 4-13 8; 4-27 7, 8; 8-24 9
           96: 3-7 8; 3-14 8; 3-28 5; 4-4 7; 4-11 7, 8; 4-18 7; 4-25 12; 11-7 8
           97: 2-20 6; 2-27 6, 7; 3-6 6, 7; 3-13 7; 3-20 6, 7; 4-3 6; 4-10 6; 4-17 7; 4-24 6; 9-18 8
           98: 2-26 5; 3-19 6; 4-2 5; 4-9 5; 4-16 5; 4-23 5; 4-30 9
           99: 3-11 8; 3-25 5, 6; 4-1 7; 4-15 5; 4-22 5, 6; 4-29 8
           2000: 3-2 6; 3-9 5; 3-23 6; 3-30 7; 4-6 9; 4-13 6; 4-20 9; 4-27 10
           2001: 2-15 6; 3-1 6; 3-29 4; 4-5 5; 4-12 5; 4-19 5; 4-26 8
           2002: 1-31 5; 2-28 6; 3-7 5; 3-14 5; 4-4 5; 4-11 5; 4-18 6; 5-2 8
-, exhibition 80: 5-1 11
-, junior varsity 74: 4-11 5; 4-18 6; 4-25 6; 5-2 9; 5-9 7
-, Little League 99: 9-2 5
-, minor league 90: 10-4 8
-, municipal league 81: 2-5 10
-, professional
           71: 3-18 8; 4-1 6
           75: 2-13 9; 9-18 9
           76: 3-25 7; 4-8 7; 10-21 7
           80: 5-1 9
           81: 9-24 8
           83: 11-10 8
           85: 9-26 11
           87: 4-9 8
           88: 4-21 11; 9-22 9; 9-29 8
           89: 2-23 9; 3-30 8, 9; 9-14 9; 9-28 7
           90: 4-5 7; 4-12 7; 9-13 7, 10; 10-11 9
           91: 3-14 9; 4-4 8, 9; 4-11 7, 8; 10-10 9; 12-13 7, 8
           92: 2-27 8; 3-19 8; 10-1 9; 11-12 10
           93: 9-23 8
           94: 3-31 8
           98: 4-30 9; 9-3 7; 9-17 7
           2000: 12-7 6
           2001: 4-26 8; 10-11 5; 11-1 5; 11-15 5
           2002: 9-12 5; 10-17 5; 10-31 5, 6
-, sandlot 71: 3-18 8
-, semi-pro 80: 6-26 8
baseball lettermen, list of 74: 8-29 6
Bash, Mike
           91: 9-26 7; 10-3 7; 10-10 7; 10-17 7; 10-24 7; 10-31 7
           92: 4-23 7; 9-3 7; 10-22 7
           93: 9-2 7; 9-16 7; 10-28 7; 11-4 8
„Basic Bartending‟ (minicourse) 75: 2-6 4; 2-13 5
 „Basic Drawing‟ (class) 79: 3-1 3; 3-29 9; 4-5 3
Basic Education Opportunity Grant
           73: 10-25 3
           74: 9-12 3
         75: 11-13 4
         76: 2-26 7
         79: 2-1 8; 8-30 1
         80: 1-10 4; 8-28 1
Basic Educational Opportunity Grant Program
         73: 9-20 1
         76: 1-29 3; 9-23 8; 10-7 6
         80: 12-4 1
Basic Educational Opportunity Grants 73: 8-30 3
Basic Grant Program 74: 3-28 3
Basic Lifeguarding Course 93: 4-8 10; 4-15 12; 4-22 13; 4-29 15
Basic Opportunity Grants Program 73: 7-5 3
basic sports program 79: 10-11 7
basic training 79: 9-20 8
 „Basics of Borrowing‟ 2002: 1-31 2
basketball, all-star 88: 3-24 9
-, attendance at 94: 2-10 8
-, changes in organization of 86: 7-17 8
-, CSIC 88: 12-1 9, 10
-, donkey 86: 4-10 1
-, electronic 71: 9-16 4
-, exhibition
         80: 3-27 8; 4-3 10; 4-17 8; 5-1 10
         89: 11-9 7
         91: 11-7 7
         98: 3-5 5; 3-12 2; 4-2 5
-, freshman
         77: 2-24 8; 12-8 17
         78: 1-12 10; 3-8 11
         80: 2-28 10
-, high school
         72: 2-24 6; 3-9 6
         93: 3-18 8; 4-29 7
         94: 3-3 7; 4-28 9
-, intramural
         71: 1-7 7; 2-11 6; 2-18 8
         72: 2-10 6; 2-17 6; 3-2 6; 3-16 8; 3-23 6
         73: 1-25 6; 2-1 9; 2-22 7
         74: 1-17 7; 2-7 8; 2-28 4; 12-19 5
         75: 1-16 5; 1-23 6; 1-30 6; 2-6 5; 2-13 8; 2-20 5; 2-27 8; 3-6 6; 3-13 6; 3-20 4
         76: 3-4 6
         77: 1-20 9; 2-3 7; 12-8 16
         78: 1-19 7; 2-2 11; 2-23 8; 3-8 11; 3-16 8; 11-16 1
         79: 2-22 11
         81: 1-29 7; 2-5 10; 11-5 8; 12-3 10
         83: 2-24 10
         84: 12-11 7
         85: 1-15 9; 2-7 17; 2-28 9; 10-17 8; 10-23 8; 12-5 12; 12-12 7
         86: 1-23 6; 2-6 7; 2-13 9; 2-27 10; 11-20 8
         87: 2-5 7; 3-26 7; 4-9 8; 10-29 9; 11-5 7; 11-19 9; 12-10 9
         88: 1-28 9; 2-4 12; 2-11 9, 10; 2-25 10; 3-17 9; 3-24 9, 10; 4-7 9; 4-14 8; 12-8 7
         89: 1-26 8; 2-2 8; 2-9 9; 2-23 8; 3-2 8; 3-30 8; 4-6 9; 4-13 7; 11-16 8; 12-7 8; 12-14 9
         90: 1-25 8; 2-15 10; 2-22 8; 3-1 7; 3-8 9; 4-5 8; 4-12 9; 4-19 6; 4-26 7
         91: 2-14 7; 2-21 7; 3-7 5, 9; 3-14 7; 12-13 9
         92: 2-27 8
-, intramural, coed 78: 3-16 8
-, intramural, men‟s
          71: 2-11 6; 2-25 6; 12-16 4
          72: 1-20 6; 1-27 6; 2-3 6; 2-10 6; 4-20 8
          73: 3-1 6
          78: 3-16 8
-, intramural, women‟s
          72: 1-20 6; 2-3 6; 2-10 6
          73: 1-18 4; 2-22 6; 3-1 6; 3-8 7; 3-29 9
          74: 1-17 7; 2-7 8
          78: 3-16 8
-, junior varsity
          79: 1-11 10; 3-29 12
          80: 12-4 9
          81: 1-22 11
          85: 2-7 17
          87: 12-3 8
          88: 12-8 8
-, junior varsity, men‟s
          71: 1-14 4; 2-11 6; 2-25 6
          73: 2-1 8; 12-6 6
          74: 2-14 7; 11-21 6
          75: 1-23 6; 2-13 7
-, junior varsity, women‟s 74: 2-14 6
-, men‟s
          71: 1-7 7; 1-14 1, 3, 4; 2-4 6; 2-11 2, 6; 2-18 8; 2-25 1, 6; 3-4 1, 6; 3-11 6; 3-18 8; 3-25 6;
                   4-29 6; 11-11 6; 12-2 6; 12-9 7; 12-16 4
          72: 1-13 4; 1-20 1, 6; 1-27 6; 2-3 6; 2-10 6; 2-17 6; 2-24 6; 3-2 6; 3-9 1, 6; 3-16 1, 8; 3-23
                   6; 10-26 6; 11-9 10; 11-30 6, 7
          73: 1-11 8, 9; 1-18 5, 6, 7; 1-25 1, 6, 7; 2-1 1, 8; 2-15 8, 9; 2-22 1, 6; 3-1 6, 7; 3-8 6; 3-29
                   8; 7-26 3; 9-6 5; 11-15 5; 11-29 6, 7; 12-6 6, 7; 12-13 1, 6, 7; 12-20 5
          74: 1-17 6, 7; 1-24 1, 4, 5; 1-31 6, 7; 2-7 8, 9; 2-14 1, 6, 7; 2-21 6, 7; 2-28 5; 3-7 6; 4-18
                   7; 7-26 3; 8-29 6; 9-12 6; 10-24 7; 11-6 7; 11-14 8; 11-21 6; 12-5 6, 7; 12-12 6, 7;
                   12-19 4, 5
          75: 1-16 5, 6; 1-23 5, 6; 1-30 5, 6; 2-6 5; 2-13 7, 8, 9; 2-20 6; 2-27 9; 3-6 6; 3-13 6, 7; 3-
                   20 4; 4-17 7; 5-8 8; 7-24 5; 8-29 12; 10-23 6; 12-4 8; 12-11 9, 11; 12-18 6, 7
          76: 1-15 6; 1-22 4, 5;l 1-29 4, 5; 2-5 9; 2-12 8, 9; 2-19 6, 7; 2-26 8, 9; 3-18 6; 11-4 11; 11-
                   18 6; 12-2 6; 12-9 8
          77: 1-13 6; 1-20 8, 9; 1-27 1, 8; 2-3 6; 2-10 10; 2-17 7; 2-24 9; 3-3 5; 9-8 10; 9-15 9; 11-
                   17 7; 12-1 9, 10; 12-8 17
          78: 1-12 9, 10; 1-19 6; 1-26 8, 9; 2-2 10, 11; 2-9 9; 2-16 6; 2-23 7, 9; 3-8 9; 3-16 1, 9; 3-
                   30 1, 7, 8, 9, 10; 4-27 8; 5-4 11, 13, 14; 10-5 13; 11-16 10; 11-30 8, 10; 12-7 15;
                   12-14 9, 10, 11
          79: 1-11 1, 9; 1-18 9, 10; 1-26 8, 9; 2-1 1, 13, 15; 2-8 11; 2-15 10, 11; 2-22 10, 11; 3-1
                   10, 11; 3-15 1, 11; 3-22 10, 11, 13, 14; 9-13 15; 11-1 9; 11-29 8; 12-6 12; 12-13
                   9, 10
          80: 1-10 8; 1-17 7, 8; 1-24 7, 8; 1-31 6, 7; 2-7 10; 2-14 6; 2-21 7, 8; 2-28 10; 3-6 9; 3-13
                   1, 9; 3-27 8; 4-3 7; 4-17 9; 5-1 9; 6-19 8; 7-3 8; 7-17 8; 7-24 8; 9-11 10; 11-6 9,
                   10; 11-20 10; 12-4 9; 12-11 9, 10
          81: 1-15 9; 1-22 12; 1-29 8; 2-5 8; 2-12 8; 2-19 6; 2-26 6; 3-5 7; 3-19 8, 9, 10; 7-
                   23 10; 7-30 7; 9-3 10; 11-19 10; 12-3 8, 9, 10; 12-10 9, 12
          82: 1-21 8; 1-28 7; 2-4 8; 2-11 8; 2-18 10; 2-25 8; 3-4 6; 3-18 8; 3-25 8; 9-30 11, 13; 11-
                   11 9; 11-18 7; 11-24 4; 12-2 4; 12-9 10
          83: 1-20 7; 1-27 6; 2-3 8; 2-10 11; 2-17 7; 2-24 9, 10; 3-3 8, 10; 3-17 7; 3-24 7, 8; 10-20
                   12; 11-17 8, 9; 12-2 11; 12-8 8
          84: 1-26 9, 10, 11, 12; 2-2 12, 13; 2-9 10, 11; 2-16 10, 11; 2-23 8; 3-1 8; 3-23 11; 10-4
                  13; 10-11 16; 10-18 18; 10-23 12; 11-8 19, 20, 21; 11-29 23, 24; 12-6 23, 26, 27;
                  12-11 9; 12-13 19, 22
          85: 1-15 7, 8, 9; 1-17 13, 14; 1-22 8, 9; 1-29 6, 7; 1-31 13; 2-5 7, 9 , 10; 2-7 15, 16, 17,
                  18; 2-12 9; 2-14 17, 19; 2-19 5, 6; 2-21 11; 2-26 5; 2-28 9; 3-5 7; 3-21 19, 21; 3-
                  26 5, 6, 7; 4-23 7; 11-7 9; 11-14 7; 11-21 8; 12-5 11, 12; 12-12 7
          86: 1-23 5; 1-30 7, 8; 2-6 7, 8; 2-13 9; 2-20 7, 8; 2-27 9, 10; 3-7 5; 3-13 7, 8; 4-3 7; 8-28
                  9; 11-13 WSE 2, 3; 12-4 7; 12-11 7
          87: 1-22 7, 9; 1-29 7; 2-5 7; 2-12 7; 2-19 7; 2-26 7; 3-5 7; 3-9 4; 3-26 7; 7-23 6; 9-3 7; 10-
                  22 10; 10-29 9; 11-12 8; 11-19 7; 12-3 7, 9; 12-10 7, 8
          88: 1-14 7, 9; 1-21 7; 1-28 7, 9; 2-4 9, 12; 2-11 8; 2-18 7; 2-25 7, 8, 10; 3-17 8, 9, 10; 4-7
                  8; 10-27 9; 11-17 7; 12-1 7; 12-8 7
          89: 1-12 7, 8; 1-19 7, 8; 1-26 7, 9; 2-2 7, 10; 2-9 8; 2-16 7; 2-23 8; 3-2 7; 3-16 9; 4-27 7;
                  9-21 7; 10-19 7, 8; 11-2 7; 11-9 7; 11-30 7; 12-7 7; 12-14 7, 8
          90: 1-18 7; 1-25 7; 2-1 7, 9; 2-8 7, 8; 2-15 10; 2-22 7, 9; 3-1 7; 4-19 7; 10-25 10; 11-8 7;
                  11-15 7, 8; 11-20 7, 9; 12-6 7; 12-13 7
          91: 1-17 7; 1-24 7; 1-31 7; 2-7 7, 10; 2-14 7; 2-21 7; 3-7 7; 3-14 7; 3-28 7; 4-25 8; 8-29 9;
                  11-21 7; 12-5 7; 12-13 7
          92: 1-23 7; 1-30 7, 8; 2-6 7, 8; 2-13 7, 8; 2-20 7; 2-27 7; 3-5 7; 3-12 7; 9-17 8; 11-18 7;
                  12-10 11
          93: 1-21 7; 1-28 7, 9; 2-4 7, 8; 2-11 7, 8, 9; 2-18 7, 8; 2-25 7; 3-4 7, 8; 3-11 7; 4-22 7; 11-
                  18 7; 12-2 7, 8; 12-9 7
          94: 1-20 7; 1-27 7; 2-3 8; 2-10 7; 2-17 7; 2-24 7; 3-3 7; 3-10 7; 4-21 7; 4-28 7, 9; 10-6 8;
                  11-17 7, 8; 12-1 7, 8; 12-8 7, 8
          95: 1-19 9, 10; 1-26 7, 8; 2-2 7, 8; 2-9 9, 10; 2-16 7; 2-23 7; 3-2 7, 8; 3-9 7; 3-16 7; 8-24
                  7; 9-28 8; 11-2 7; 11-11 7, 8; 11-30 7, 8; 12-7 8
          96: 1-18 7, 8; 1-25 7; 2-2 7, 8; 2-8 11; 2-22 7, 8; 2-29 7; 3-7 7; 3-14 7; 10-31 4; 11-7 7;
                  12-5 8; 12-12 6
          97: 1-23 6; 1-30 6, 7; 2-6 6, 7; 2-13 6; 2-20 7; 2-27 6, 7; 3-6 6; 3-13 6, 7, 12; 4-24 7; 9-25
                  5; 11-13 5; 11-20 4; 12-4 5; 12-11 11
          98: 1-15 5; 1-22 5, 6; 1-29 5; 2-5 5; 2-12 7, 8; 2-19 7; 2-26 6; 3-5 6; 3-12 5; 10-15 1; 11-5
                  5; 11-19 7; 12-3 5; 12-10 9
          99: 1-21 5; 1-28 5; 2-4 5; 2-11 7; 2-25 7, 8; 3-4 5; 3-11 7; 4-1 9; 11-4 5; 11-11 5; 12-2 5;
                  12-9 9
          2000: 1-20 6; 1-27 7; 2-3 5; 2-10 5; 2-24 5; 3-2 5; 3-9 5; 4-20 9; 11-2 7; 11-9 4; 11-30 7;
                  12-7 6
          2001: 1-18 5; 1-25 5; 2-1 5, 6; 2-8 5; 2-15 5; 2-22 5; 3-1 5; 3-8 5; 11-8 6, 10; 11-15 5; 11-
                  29 6; 12-6 5; 12-13 7
          2002: 1-24 5; 1-31 5; 2-7 5, 6; 2-14 2, 5; 2-21 5; 2-28 5; 3-7 1; 3-14 5; 10-31 5; 11-21 5,
                  6; 12-5 4; 12-12 5
- -, attendance at 87: 2-12 8
- -, uniforms for 90: 2-1 7, 10
-, NBA 76: 2-5 9; 4-15 4; 10-21 6
-, NCAA
          71: 3-25 6; 4-1 6
          84: 3-23 13; 4-12 11; 5-3 14
          87: 1-29 9; 2-26 8; 4-2 6
          88: 3-17 8; 3-24 10
          89: 1-19 7; 2-2 8; 3-16 9; 11-9 7
          90: 3-8 7; 12-6 10
          91: 2-21 8; 3-28 8; 11-7 9
          92: 1-30 9; 4-2 8, 9
          93: 3-18 8; 11-18 9
          94: 3-17 8
          96: 3-14 5
          97: 4-3 6
         98: 3-12 3; 10-8 7
         2000: 3-30 8
         2001: 4-5 5
         2002: 4-4 5
-, Olympic 91: 10-3 8
-, professional
         85: 2-28 10
         86: 11-6 7
         87: 4-16 7, 8; 4-30 8
         89: 8-31 8; 11-2 5; 11-9 7
         90: 4-26 7; 12-6 8
         91: 5-2 9; 10-31 10; 11-21 8
         92: 4-23 9; 10-8 7; 10-29 10
         93: 10-28 8
         99: 1-21 5; 4-29 7
         2000: 8-31 5
         2001: 1-25 5; 9-27 5
-, women‟s
         71: 2-4 3; 2-18 8; 3-11 6; 3-18 8; 4-1 6
         72: 1-20 6; 1-27 3; 2-10 6; 2-17 6; 2-24 6; 3-2 6; 3-9 6
         73: 2-1 9; 2-22 6; 3-1 6; 10-18 6; 12-13 6; 12-20 5
         74: 1-17 7; 1-24 4; 1-31 6; 2-7 9; 2-21 6, 7; 2-28 4; 11-21 8; 12-5 7; 12-12 7; 12-19 5
         75: 1-30 6; 2-6 6; 2-13 8; 2-20 5; 2-27 9; 5-8 8; 12-4 8; 12-11 11
         76: 1-15 7; 1-22 4; 1-29 4; 2-5 9; 2-12 8; 2-19 6, 7; 2-26 8; 9-16 9; 11-18 6; 12-2 7
         77: 1-20 9; 1-27 9; 2-3 6; 2-10 10; 2-17 6; 2-24 9; 11-17 8; 12-8 12
         78: 1-12 9, 10; 1-19 6; 1-26 8; 2-2 9; 2-9 8; 2-16 6; 2-23 7; 3-8 9; 3-30 10; 9-21 9; 11-30
                 9; 12-7 13; 12-14 9, 11
         79: 1-11 9, 10; 1-18 9; 1-26 8; 2-1 15; 2-8 10; 2-15 9; 2-22 10; 3-1 12; 9-13 15; 10-28 6;
                 11-29 8; 12-6 13; 12-13 9
         80: 1-10 7; 1-17 8; 1-24 7, 8; 1-31 6; 2-7 10; 2-14 6; 2-21 7, 8; 2-28 11; 11-6 9; 12-4 10;
                 12-11 9
         81: 1-15 10; 1-22 11; 1-29 8; 2-5 10; 2-12 10; 2-19 7; 7-9 8; 9-3 10; 11-19 10; 12-3 8; 12-
                 10 9, 11
         82: 1-21 9; 1-28 6; 2-4 9; 2-11 8, 10; 2-18 10; 2-25 9; 3-4 6; 11-11 9; 11-18 8; 11-24 4;
                 12-9 9, 11
         83: 1-20 7; 1-27 6, 8; 2-3 8, 10; 2-10 11; 2-17 8; 2-24 11; 3-3 9; 3-17 8; 12-2 11; 12-8 8
         84: 1-26 10; 2-2 12; 2-9 11; 2-16 10, 11; 2-23 8; 10-4 13, 16; 10-16 7; 11-29 23, 26; 12-4
                 7; 12-6 23, 25; 12-11 8; 12-13 19, 21
         85: 1-15 7, 9; 1-17 14, 15; 1-22 7, 9; 1-29 7; 2-5 8, 9, 10; 2-7 15; 2-12 11; 2-14 17; 2-19
                 5; 2-21 9; 2-26 6; 3-5 7, 8; 3-21 20; 4-30 6; 11-14 7; 11-21 7; 12-5 11, 13; 12-12
                 8
         86: 1-23 5; 1-30 7, 8; 2-6 7, 8; 2-13 9, 11; 2-20 7,8; 2-27 10; 3-13 7; 11-13 WSE 5, 6; 12-
                 4 7; 12-11 8
         87: 1-22 8; 1-29 8; 2-5 9; 2-12 9; 2-19 7; 2-26 7; 3-5 7; 3-9 4; 3-26 8; 10-22 9; 11-19 8;
                 12-3 7; 12-10 7, 8
         88: 1-14 8, 9; 1-21 7; 1-28 8; 2-4 9, 10, 12; 2-11 10; 2-18 7; 2-25 9; 11-17 7; 12-1 7, 10;
                 12-8 7
         89: 1-12 8; 1-19 8; 1-26 8; 2-2 9; 2-9 8; 2-16 8; 2-23 9; 3-2 7; 4-20 7; 10-19 8; 11-16 8;
                 11-30 7; 12-7 7, 9; 12-14 8
         90: 1-18 9; 1-25 7, 8; 2-1 7; 2-8 7; 2-15 9; 2-22 7, 9; 3-1 7; 4-19 7; 11-1 8; 11-15 8; 11-20
                 7, 9; 12-6 7, 9; 12-13 7, 9
         91: 1-17 7; 1-24 7; 1-31 7; 2-7 7, 10; 2-21 7; 3-7 7; 11-21 7; 12-5 7; 12-13 7
         92: 1-23 7, 10; 1-30 7; 2-6 7; 2-13 7; 2-20 7; 3-5 7; 3-12 8; 11-18 7; 12-10 11
         93: 1-21 7, 10; 1-28 9; 2-4 7; 2-11 9; 2-18 7, 8; 2-25 7; 3-4 7; 3-11 8; 4-1 7; 11-18 7; 12-2
                 7; 12-9 7
          94: 1-20 7; 1-27 7; 2-3 7; 2-10 7; 2-17 7; 3-3 7; 3-10 7; 4-21 7; 4-28 7; 10-6 8; 10-27 8;
                    11-17 7, 8; 12-1 8; 12-8 7, 8
          95: 1-19 9; 1-26 7, 8; 2-2 7, 8; 2-9 10; 2-16 7; 2-23 7; 3-2 7, 8; 3-9 7; 3-16 7; 8-24 9; 11-
                    11 7, 8; 11-30 7; 12-7 7
          96: 1-18 7, 8; 1-25 7, 8; 2-2 7; 2-15 7, 9; 2-22 7, 8; 2-29 7; 3-7 7; 3-14 7; 11-7 7; 11-21 9;
                    12-5 9; 12-12 6
          97: 1-23 6; 1-30 6, 7; 2-6 6, 7; 2-13 7; 2-20 6; 2-27 6; 3-6 6; 3-13 6, 7, 12; 10-30 7; 11-6
                    5; 11-20 4; 12-4 5; 12-11 11, 12
          98: 1-15 5; 1-15 5, 6; 1-29 5; 2-5 5; 2-12 7, 8; 2-19 7; 2-26 5; 3-5 7; 3-12 5; 11-5 5; 11-19
                    7; 12-3 5; 12-10 9
          99: 1-21 5; 1-28 5; 2-4 5; 2-11 7; 2-25 7, 8; 3-4 5, 6; 3-11 7; 4-1 8; 11-4 5; 12-2 5; 12-9 9
          2000: 1-20 5; 1-27 7; 2-3 5; 2-10 5, 6; 2-24 5; 3-2 5; 3-9 5; 3-23 6; 11-9 7; 11-30 4; 12-7 6
          2001: 1-18 6; 1-25 5; 2-1 5, 6; 2-8 5; 2-15 5; 2-22 5; 3-1 5; 3-8 5; 11-8 6, 10; 11-29 5; 12-
                    6 5; 12-13 7, 10
          2002: 1-24 5; 1-31 6; 2-7 5, 6; 2-14 6; 2-21 5; 2-28 5; 3-7 5; 3-14 5; 11-7 5, 6; 11-21 6;
                    12-5 5; 12-12 4
- -, history of UNK 80: 3-13 5
- -, junior varsity
          82: 2-4 10
          88: 2-11 11
basketball camp
          73: 6-21 4
          78: 6-29 6, 7
          79: 6-14 7
          80: 6-26 7
          83: 6-30 1
          85: 7-9 8
          89: 6-22 7
          90: 6-28 6
          91: 7-18 7
          95: 4-6 8
          99: 4-15 5
basketball clinic
          71: 7-15 3; 11-18 6; 12-2 6
          72: 11-9 10; 11-30 5, 6
          74: 10-17 11
          77: 10-27 10
          78: 10-5 15
          79: 11-8 11
basketball coaches, role changes for 96: 8-29 9
Basketball Coaches Clinic 84: 10-9 5; 11-6 7
basketball court, refinishing of 80: 7-3 7
basketball games, start of admission charges to 74: 9-5 6
basketball workshop 74: 7-18 4
Baskin, Joyce 77: 4-28 1
Basnett, Chris 2001: 1-18 5; 1-25 5; 2-1 5; 2-8 5; 2-15 5; 2-22 5; 3-1 5; 3-8 5 (P); 3-29 4; 4-5 5
          (P); 4-12 5 (P); 4-19 6; 4-26 7
-, Marvin 76: 9-16 7
Basolo, Alexander 95: 10-26 4
Bass, Auston 96: 10-24 2 (P)
-, Jim
          78: 2-9 1
          97: 9-18 2
-, Mike
          76: 3-4 3 (P); 3-25 3; 4-1 3; 9-16 3; 12-9 5 (P)
          77: 4-14 4
bass fishing (course) 82: 4-1 5
Bassett, Cindy 87: 9-17 6 (P)
-, Laurie 80: 3-13 5
-, Steven E 81: 9-3 5
Bassford, Jeff 87: 12-10 8
Bassung, Kathy 81: 3-26 3
Bastain, Mary 77: 3-17 7 (P)
Bastian, Suzi 86: 9-5 2 (P)
Bastron, Paulette
          71: 7-29 3; 9-23 4; 10-7 4
          72: 3-16 7 (P)
Bat Girls
          74: 2-7 9
          76: 2-12 10; 3-25 3
          81: 10-1 4
          82: 1-28 1
          83: 9-15 1
          84: 9-13 2; 11-13 2
          88: 10-27 12
          90: 9-6 4
          99: 9-23 18
                   see also Diamond Dolls
Batchelder, Anna (Anne) 74: 10-3 1 (P); 10-24 1; 11-14 1
Batchley, Jan (see also Batchly, Blatchley, Blatchly) 76: 4-23 7
Batchly, Jan (see also Batchley, Blatchley, Blatchly) 76: 4-1 9
Batenhorst, Elaine
          80: 8-28 3
          81: 4-30 1
          84: 11-8 7
          85: 6-25 7 (P)
          87: 6-25 8; 10-22 4
          88: 11-10 2
          89: 11-2 10
          90: 4-26 6; 10-11 5; 11-15 10
          96: 3-14 2; 4-18 2
          98: 9-17 1
-, Mike 85: 5-2 17 (P), 19
Bates, Arthur (Art)
          72: 1-27 4, 5; 3-9 5; 4-6 3; 4-20 4; 9-28 1
          73: 3-22 4; 10-11 5; 10-18 6
          74: 3-7 8
          75: 10-23 4
          76: 11-18 3
          77: 10-6 13; 10-20 4
          78: 10-12 1
          86: 2-27 2
          91: 4-4 6
- -, recital by 76: 10-21 3
-, Chery 98: 10-29 11; 11-12 9
-, Cindi 79: 10-28 3
-, Earl 74: 9-26 1
-, Earl III 82: 1-21 5; 2-18 1
-, Fran 79: 3-15 4
-, Janet 84: 4-26 4
-, Julie 77: 10-6 13
-, Mark
         85: 1-17 4 LTE; 10-23 3 LTE
         86: 1-30 3 (P), 4; 2-6 1, 3 (P); 2-13 3 (P); 2-20 1, 3 (P); 2-27 3 (P); 3-7 3 (P); 3-13 3 (P);
                  4-3 3 (P); 4-10 1, 3 (P); 4-10 3 (P); 4-24 3 (P); 5-1 3 (P), 8; 5-8 3 (P), 8; 11-6 6
         87: 1-29 11; 2-12 2; 4-9 3 LTE; 4-16 3; 9-17 1, 3 (P); 10-1 6 (P); 10-8 5 (P); 11-5 3 (P);
                  12-3 3 (P), 4
         88: 11-14 3 (P); 2-11 3 (P); 3-24 3 (P); 4-18 4; 4-21 13; 4-28 3 (P), 5; 9-1 3; 9-15 3; 10-6
                  12; 10-27 3 (P)
         89: 2-16 3 (P); 3-30 3 (P); 5-4 10 (P); 9-7 3 (P); 10-5 3 (P); 11-2 3 (P); 11-30 3 (P)
-, Rod 77: 9-8 13
-, Steve
         74: 10-10 7
         75: 11-20 7
         76: 4-1 8; 4-23 7; 9-2 15; 9-9 12; 10-7 9
         77: 4-7 6; 4-28 8; 9-1 10; 9-22 10 (P); 10-6 13 (P); 12-1 11; 12-8 12, 13 (P)
-, Val 75: 9-18 8
batgirls see Bat Girls
Bath, Marilyn (see also Bathe) 98: 9-17 5
Bathe, Marilyn (see also Bath) 93: 3-11 6
Batie, Sue 73: 4-19 4
Batis, Miguel 2001: 4-19 1 (P)
„Batik‟ (minicourse) 74: 1-24 3; 1-31 4; 2-7 3
baton twirling
         74: 10-17 5
         75: 9-18 5
         77: 10-6 10
bats (animals) 72: 11-16 3
Batt, Brandon 94: 9-29 12
Batten, Chris 80: 6-19 3
-, Curt 80: 4-3 3 (P)
Batterman, Emily 2002: 4-11 2; 4-18 8
Battle, Lucius 74: 4-1 2
Battle of the Bands
         89: 3-2 5
         99: 9-2 7
         2000: 8-31 7
Battstella, Tricia 93: 4-15 8
Batz, Dennis 74: 3-7 3
-, Edith (Eddie, Edie)
         75: 2-20 1; 8-29 3
         76: 2-5 6; 3-18 5; 4-23 4; 9-2 8; 11-11 4
-, Robert (Bob)
         73: 8-30 3
         74: 1-31 3; 4-11 1; 10-3 6
         76: 9-2 8
Baubach, Cheryl 80: 1-17 5
Bauer, Amy 89: 12-14 10 (P)
-, Andi
         86: 12-11 1 (P)
         89: 8-31 13 (P)
-, Andrea
         87: 2-5 6
         89: 5-4 2 (P)
-, Andy 99: 11-4 6
-, Ann 90: 9-27 12
-, Brent
         86: 1-23 6
         89: 8-31 10; 9-14 7; 11-2 8
-, Brett G
         80: 8-28 3; 10-23 7
         81: 9-3 5
         82: 2-25 9
         84: 2-23 9
         85: 1-31 15; 7-9 8; 9-5 2
         86: 2-13 1, 10
         2001: 3-1 2; 3-29 2; 9-27 2 (P)
-, Chris
         84: 12-6 21
         87: 3-5 1; 3-26 2; 9-3 1; 9-10 1; 9-24 2
         88: 2-4 1; 2-18 1; 2-25 1; 3-17 1; 4-7 12
-, Crale
         78: 5-4 14; 7-27 1
         80: 7-17 8; 7-24 8; 11-6 9; 12-11 10 (P)
         81: 11-19 10; 12-3 8, 10
         82: 1-21 8; 1-28 7; 2-4 8; 2-11 8; 2-18 10; 2-25 8; 3-4 8; 3-18 8 (P); 4-1 10; 9-30 13; 11-
                 11 9; 11-18 7 (P); 11-24 4; 12-2 4, 7 (P); 12-9 10
         83: 1-20 7; 2-3 8; 2-10 11; 2-17 7; 2-24 9; 3-3 10 (P); 3-17 7; 3-24 7, 8; 11-17 8
-, David
         84: 9-13 13; 9-25 3; 11-1 23
         85: 11-7 1; 11-21 1
         86: 11-20 2; 12-11 2
         87: 12-10 1
         88: 8-4 1; 12-8 1
         89: 1-12 2; 4-20 1
         90: 9-27 12
         91: 2-21 1; 9-19 4
         93: 12-9 2
         95: 2-2 12 (P); 2-9 12; 4-27 2; 11-16 2
         96: 9-26 1; 10-17 2
         98: 10-1 10; 10-15 4
         99: 10-7 7
         2000: 12-7 11
         2001: 10-11 2; 10-18 9
         2002: 3-7 4; 10-17 1; 12-5 2; 12-12 2
-, Grace 2001: 10-4 11; 10-18 2; 11-1 4, 9
-, Jim 82: 4-1 1
-, Jody 95: 3-2 2 (P)
-, Josh 2000: 12-7 8
-, L W 73: 11-7 3
-, Larry
         71: 7-15 3
         76: 2-19 4
-, Liane
         93: 1-28 6; 2-4 2; 2-11 10; 2-18 10; 3-4 1; 4-1 1; 4-8 1, 4; 4-15 2, 10, 11; 4-22 1; 4-29 1;
                 8-26 2, 3, 9; 9-2 1, 3, 10; 9-16 1, 3, 6; 9-23 1, 3, 10; 9-30 1, 3; 10-7 1, 3, 10; 10-
                 14 1, 3, 10 (P), 11; 10-21 1, 3, 6; 10-28 1, 3; 11-4 1, 3, 9; 11-11 3, 11; 11-18 1, 3,
                 11; 12-2 1, 3; 12-9 1, 9
         94: 4-28 6
-, Lonnie 79: 1-11 10; 1-18 9
-, Louise 95: 8-31 1, 13
-, Mark (Marc) (see also Baur)
         86: 2-6 2; 4-24 1
         88: 10-27 4
          90: 10-4 2 (P)
          99: 11-11 6; 12-2 5; 12-9 9
          2000: 1-20 5; 1-27 8; 2-3 5; 2-10 5; 2-24 5, 6; 3-2 5, 6; 3-23 5; 11-9 7; 12-7 6, 8
          2001: 1-18 5; 1-25 6; 2-1 5; 2-8 6; 2-15 5, 6; 2-22 6; 3-1 5; 11-8 10; 11-15 5, 6; 11-29 5;
                  12-6 5; 12-13 8
          2002: 1-31 5, 6; 2-7 6, 8; 2-14 4, 5; 2-21 5; 2-28 5; 11-7 5, 6; 11-14 5; 12-5 4, 5; 12-12 4,
                  5
-, Michelle 98: 2-12 10
-, Mike
          84: 9-20 3
          85: 2-28 12
          86: 10-9 1; 10-30 1; 11-20 2
          87: 5-7 2
          88: 1-14 4
-, Monica 84: 9-25 1
-, Paul 86: 9-18 1 (P)
-, Randy 73: 3-1 4; 9-6 1; 12-6 1
-, Robert (Bob)
          83: 9-1 2; 9-8 2; 9-15 3; 9-22 2; 9-29 4, 8; 10-6 2; 10-13 2 (P); 10-20 2 (P); 11-10 2 (P);
                  11-17 2 (P); 12-8 2 (P)
          84: 2-2 2 (P); 2-23 2 (P)
-, Ryan 89: 9-14 13
-, Shelli 2000: 10-12 4
-, Sherry 75: 11-13 3
-, Steve
          71: 4-29 3
          72: 10-19 5
-, Tasha 96: 1-25 9
-, Tessa
          89: 2-9 14
          90: 5-3 2
-, Tim
          85: 9-26 1
          86: 5-1 6 (P); 10-9 1
Bauerkemper, Jerry 99: 1-28 7
Bauerle, Mike 74: 1-24 4; 2-14 4; 5-2 8; 9-26 5
-, Marla 72: 9-14 1; 9-21 1
Bauers, Connie
          72: 1-13 3
          76: 4-1 3
-, Kristie
          72: 4-6 3
          73: 3-29 9
          74: 5-9 1
Baughman, Chip 87: 2-12 2 (P)
Bauman, Becky (Becki)
          72: 9-21 7
          73: 3-1 5; 3-22 5 (P); 3-29 4;; 9-27 8
-, Carla
          78: 9-28 6 (P)
          79: 9-6 7 (P); 9-13 1; 9-20 Encounter 7 (P); 9-27 10 (P)
-, K 81: 10-22 4
-, Kay (K N)
          72: 9-14 7 (P)
          74: 2-7 5; 5-2 5
          75: 4-17 3
         78: 9-21 1
-, Melanie (see also Baumann)
         76: 4-1 5
         78: 2-2 1
Baumann, Denise
         95: 8-24 2
         96: 4-25 8
         97: 10-23 4
-, Jan 73: 1-25 8
-, John 84: 3-1 9
-, Lee 73: 10-4 6
-, Melanie (see also Bauman) 76: 4-1 8
-, Roger A 99: 1-28 1; 2-4 1
Baumert, Debbie (Deb)
         75; 2-27 9
         76: 10-7 3
         77: 3-17 9
-, Mark
         85: 6-25 2
         92: 10-1 6
-, Teresa 92: 3-5 6
Baumgarten, David 72: 6-22 1; 7-6 1 (P); 7-13 2
Baumgartner, Albert 83: 4-28 Accent 6 (P)
-, Deb
         73: 3-8 1; 4-12 5; 5-3 1; 11-29 8
         74: 1-17 1; 2-14 8; 3-21 8; 3-28 1; 4-1 13; 10-17 4, 5, 9; 10-24 3; 11-6 3; 12-19 3
         75: 1-16 4; 1-23 3, 4, 5; 1-30 3, 6; 2-6 1, 5; 2-13 5, 8, 9; 2-20 3, 5; 2-27 3, 4, 5, 8; 3-6 1,
                 3, 6; 3-13 1, 3; 3-20 1, 4; 4-4 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8; 4-17 1, 5; 4-24 1, 3, 7; 5-1 1 (P), 6;
                 5-8 1 (P), 5, 6, 8; 6-19 2; 6-26 2, 5; 7-17 2; 7-24 2, 7; 8-29 1, 2 (P), 3, 4, 7, 9, 11,
                 12, 13; 9-5 1, 2, 9; 9-11 1, 2; 9-18 1, 2, 7, 8; 9-25 1, 2, 3, 8; 10-2 2, 5; 10-2 Insert
                 2, 4, 5, 7; 10-9 2; 10-17 2, 3; 10-23 2, 3; 10-30 1, 2; 11-6 2; 11-13 2, 5; 11-20 2;
                 12-4 2; 12-11 2, 5; 12-18 2
Baumgertner‟s (business) 83: 4-28 Accent 6
Baur, Mark (see also Bauer) 89: 10-5 8
Bausch, Deb (see also Baush)
         76: 12-2 7
         77: 1-27 8, 9; 2-10 10; 11-17 8
         78: 1-12 9; 3-8 9; 4-6 8; 11-9 12
         79: 3-15 11; 4-5 13; 5-3 13
         80: 3-13 8; 3-27 7
         81: 3-5 8; 4-2 9 (P)
         91: 10-10 5
Baush, Deb (see also Bausch) 77: 4-28 1; 5-5 11
Bavosi, Robert 83: 9-8 5
Bax, LeRoy 99: 2-11 10
Baxter, Gail 91: 4-4 6
-, Kevin
         87: 10-29 1 (P)
         93: 12-9 5 (P)
Bay, Georgia 71: 4-29 5; 9-23 4
Bayha, Richard 71: 2-18 5
Bayles, Janine 71: 7-22 8 (P)
Bayley, Linda Gildersleeve (see also Bailey)
         73: 9-13 2; 9-27 2; 10-25 2; 11-1 1 (P); 11-7 1; 11-15 1 (P)
         74: 1-17 4; 2-14 1 (P), 3; 2-21 1; 2-28 1, 6; 3-7 1; 3-21 1; 4-4 2 LTE
-, Marc 90: 10-4 12
Bayly Martin and Fay (business) 82: 11-18 4
Bayne, Kristen
         84: 11-13 8
         86: 2-13 6; 3-7 2; 3-13 5 (P); 4-10 8; 4-17 1, 5; 10-30 7; 11-6 8
         87: 2-26 10
-, Mike
         77: 5-5 11
         78: 4-27 8
-, Penny
         85: 11-14 1
         86: 2-13 2; 9-25 2
-, Sharon 73: 2-15 6
Baynes, Peter 77: 6-30 1
Bays, Dan 95: 10-12 13 (P)
-, Leland 87: 9-3 4; 10-8 6
Bazalgette, Peter 76: 9-29 9
BD Construction 95: 12-7 18
Beach, Abby 91: 3-28 2 (P)
-, Amber
         90: 11-1 2 (P)
         92: 1-23 3; 1-30 3; 2-6 3; 2-13 3; 2-20 3; 2-27 3; 3-5 3; 3-12 3; 3-19 3; 4-2 3; 4-9 3; 4-16
                 1, 3; 4-23 2, 3; 4-30 3; 8-27 3; 9-3 3; 9-17 3; 9-24 3; 10-1 3; 10-8 3; 10-15 3; 10-
                 22 3; 10-29 3; 11-5 3; 11-12 3; 11-18 3; 12-10 3; 12-13 1
         93: 1-21 3; 1-28 3; 2-4 3; 2-11 3; 2-18 3; 2-25 3; 3-4 3, 6; 3-11 3; 3-18 3; 4-1 3, 6; 4-8 3;
                 4-15 3; 4-22 2 (P), 3; 4-29 1, 3; 8-26 3; 9-2 3; 9-16 3; 9-23 3; 9-30 3; 10-7 3; 10-
                 14 3; 10-21 3; 10-28 3; 11-4 3; 11-11 3; 11-18 3; 12-2 3; 12-9 3
         94: 1-20 3; 1-27 3; 2-3 3; 2-10 3; 2-17 1, 3, 6 (P); 2-24 3; 3-3 3; 3-10 3; 3-17 3; 3-31 3; 4-
                 7 3; 4-14 3, 9; 4-21 1, 3, 11
-, Eddie (Ed) 77: 1-20 1 (P); 2-17 8 (P)
-, Gene 80: 6-19 6
-, K C 79: 3-29 1
-, Jerry
         71: 12-=2 6
         72: 2-3 6
Beach Bowl 89: 3-30 10; 4-6 16
Beachler, Nikki
         94: 3-17 7; 11-10 1
         95: 8-24 4
Beachner, Daytona 93: 4-1 11
Beach-Side Brain Game (TV show)
         90: 1-18 4
         91: 4-18 1
Beacon, John 87: 10-8 1, 10; 11-12 1
Beadle, Steve
         72: 9-7 3
         73: 6-28 7
         74: 1-31 4; 5-2 1
Beal, Dan 87: 5-7 2
-, Jean
         72: 6-22 3; 6-29 3; 7-13 1; 9-28 3; 10-19 2; 11-9 3; 11-30 2, 3
         73: 1-11 5
Beale, Sandy (Sandi)
         78: 9-14 11; 11-9 11; 11-30 9
         79: 8-30 13; 9-6 11; 10-11 9; 11-1 10
         80: 8-28 12; 9-11 11; 10-2 11
         81: 9-3 10; 9-17 8; 9-24 9; 10-1 9 (P), 10; 10-8 12; 10-22 9, 10 (P); 10-29 13; 11-12 8 (P),
                  9; 12-10 9
Beall, Stephen 94: 10-13 14
Beam, Dan 92: 10-29 14
Beam, Stefanie 90: 9-20 2 (P)
Beaman, Chad (see also Beamon)
         90: 12-13 7
         91: 11-21 7; 12-5 7; 12-13 7
         92: 2-20 7; 11-12 10
         93: 1-28 7; 2-11 7; 11-18 9; 12-9 7
Beamer, Tom 72: 3-23 5
Beamon, Chad (see also Beaman) 89: 11-2 9
Bean, Dale
         92: 8-27 8; 9-17 8; 10-29 10
         93: 1-28 14
         94: 12-8 2 (P)
         95: 4-6 8
         96: 3-28 5; 4-25 12
         97: 2-27 6
-, Daniel 93: 3-18 12
-, Fred 90: 3-8 12 (P)
-, George 81: 1-22 4
-, Jodi 89: 9-7 4
-, Joel 88: 9-15 4
-, Maria 75: 12-18 8
-, Marla
         73: 3-22 1; 4-12 4
         74: 11-21 5
-, Mitch
         76: 6-24 8
         78: 6-22 7; 6-29 6
         79: 2-22 4; 3-22 4
         81: 3-5 6 (P)
-, Tonya 95: 4-6 7; 4-13 7; 4-27 8; 9-21 8; 10-5 13; 10-12 9
-, Trish 85: 1-15 1 (P)
Beanfield Gazette (see also BienField Gazette) 91: 11-14 1
Beanie Babies 99: 9-16 7
Beans, Connie 78: 9-28 9
-, Deborah (Deb)
         77: 12-8 8
         78: 4-6 4
         79: 3-22 9
-, Peggy 73: 9-27 3
Bear, Marty 88: 1-14 2
Bear, Norman 76: 2-19 3; 3-25 3; 4-29 3; 5-6 4
Bearcat Lanes 2000: 11-30 6
Beard, Jack 74: 3-7 9
-, Richard (Dick)
         71: 5-6 1
         72: 4-27 1; 11-16 7
Bearden, David L (Dave) (see also Beardon)
         71: 2-4 3; 3-25 5; 9-9 3, 5; 9-16 1; 9-23 1, 2; 10-14 4; 11-4 1
         72: 3-2 4; 3-9 5; 4-13 1; 4-20 4; 8-31 5; 9-14 4; 10-26 8 (P); 11-9 2 LTE, 3
         73: 2-15 7; 5-10 4; 9-27 6; 11-1 3, 4
         74: 1-17 5; 2-21 3; 3-7 4; 9-12 5; 9-19 1; 9-26 1 (P), 4; 10-17 5, 9; 12-12 8
Beardon, David (Dave) (see also Bearden) 74: 2-7 7 (P); 3-21 2; 4-25 5
Beardslee, Charles 96: 3-14 4
Beardsley, Don 79: 1-26 5
Beast (group) 73: 10-4 5
 „Beasts of the Ballroom‟ (film) 82: 1-21 5
„Beating the Time Robbers‟ (program) 94: 11-17 9
Beatles 98: 2-12 1
Beatson, Christine 92: 2-13 11
Beattie, Doris 77: 9-8 1
-, Jeff
         71: 1-7 7; 4-22 6; 11-18 6; 12-2 6
         72: 2-3 6
Beatty, Jack 78: 2-9 9; 2-23 8
Beaty, Denis 99: 4-29 4 LTE
-, R J
         92: 11-18 7 (P)
         93: 3-11 7 (P)
         94: 2-3 8; 2-17 7; 3-3 7; 3-10 7 (P)
Beau Geste (band) 85: 2-21 5
Beaumont, Ann 85: 4-2 7
-, Keaton 89: 9-21 1; 10-19 12 (P)
-, Mike 73: 3-1 Fashion 7
Beautiful People (band) 72: 2-17 4
beauty pageants
         72: 3-16 7; 6-29 3
         85: 2-7 6; 2-12 7
         97: 3-20 9
Beaver, Joey
         95: 3-2 7; 3-16 896: 4-4 8
-, Matt 2001: 10-18 2 (P)
-, Steve 86: 5-8 10
Beavers, Dean
         73: 3-1 Fashion 7
         76: 4-8 Spring 3
         78: 7-13 1
         85: 10-23 4
         87: 2-19 6
-, Jackie 83: 3-24 1
Bebb, Ressa 82: 6-17 Supplement 3
Beberniss, Candi 97: 2-13 2 (P)
Beberniss, Kathy 77: 2-10 1
„Because This Is America‟ (exhibit) 91: 10-3 5
Beccard, Julie
         77: 11-10 10
         78: 2-2 11 (P)
         79: 4-5 1
Bechman, Renee 86: 3-7 1
Bechtold, Chris
         97: 4-10 10 (P); 9-11 4
         2000: 2-17 2 (P)
-, Mike 91: 1-24 9; 1-31 9; 2-7 9; 2-14 8; 2-21 7; 3-7 7; 3-14 3; 3-28 3, 7, 8 (P); 4-4 3, 7; 4-11 3, 8;
                 4-18 3, 8; 4-25 3; 5-2 8; 7-3 9; 7-18 7; 8-1 1; 8-29 3, 15; 9-12 3, 5; 9-19 1, 3, 5; 9-
                 26 3, 5; 10-3 3, 5; 10-10 3, 5; 10-17 3, 5; 10-24 5; 10-31 3, 5; 11-7 3 (P), 5; 11-14
                 3, 5; 11-21 3; 12-5 3, 5
Beck, Al 77: 4-21 1
-, Amy Jo 90: 1-25 5
-, Angela
         88: 7-14 7
         94: 10-27 8
-, Audrey 82: 1-21 1
-, Bob 86; 7-24 8 (P); 7-31 5
-, Carl 73: 9-6 3 (P); 9-13 5
-, Charles
         91: 3-14 6
         95: 2-2 3 LTE
-, Chuck
         91: 4-11 5 (P), 11
         94: 12-1 4
-, Colene (Coleen, Colleen)
         79: 3-1 9; 11-15 1
         80: 10-9 4
         82: 6-24 1
         84: 9-20 2; 11-6 1, 2
         86: 4-3 1
         90: 11-1 1
         92: 4-30 1; 9-17 4
         94: 11-3 1
-, Craig
         83: 9-29 10
         84: 11-1 19
-, Dan 83: 2-3 1 (P)
-, Eugene (Gene)
         71: 3-18 1; 6-24 3
         72: 7-20 1
         73: 3-22 7; 9-13 3; 10-11 6
         74: 1-24 4; 3-7 5; 4-4 5; 4-11 6; 12-5 1
         75: 10-17 7; 12-4 1
         76: 11-18 8
         77: 12-8 7
         78: 1-12 1
         79: 3-29 10
         80: 1-31 3
         81: 5-7 5; 7-16 1
         84: 11-13 14 (P)
         85: 7-9 4, 5
         90: 2-22 9 (P)
-, Karen 91: 3-14 4
-, Kathy (Cathy)
         73: 12-6 7
         74: 1-31 7; 2-7 9; 2-28 4
-, Kim 81: 3-5 1
-, Kimberly 81; 6-25 5
-, Kurt 85: 5-2 9
-, Ramona 79: 12-13 1 (P)
-, Scott 79: 1-26 1
-, Steve
         90: 10-4 8
         91: 2-14 8; 10-17 9
         94: 2-24 7; 4-7 8; 4-21 7
-, Tim
         71: 9-23 1 (P)
         72: 9-28 9; 10-12 8; 10-26 7; 11-16 6, 7
         73: 1-18 5; 8-30 9; 9-27 7 (P); 11-1 8, 9; 11-29 6
-, Tobin 86: 4-17 6
-, Tom
          82: 11-11 8
          83: 2-10 10, 11; 9-22 14; 10-6 11; 10-13 14; 10-20 11; 11-17 9; 12-8 9
          84: 1-26 9; 2-9 10, 12; 2-16 10, 12; 3-1 9, 10; 3-23 11; 4-5 11; 5-3 12, 13; 11-8 10 (P)
-, Twila 78: 1-26 1; 7-20 8 (P)
Becker, A Steele
          71: 4-20 3; 9-16 1; 10-14 1
          73: 1-25 4; 4-5 3 (P); 9-20 5; 10-18 8
          74: 2-14 4
          77: 4-7 1; 7-21 3; 9-15 3
          80: 4-24 6
          81: 2-5 10
          84: 6-21 5
          85: 2-19 10
          91: 10-17 4; 10-24 1
          2002: 4-11 2; 4-18 8, 9; 10-10 7
- -, receipt of grant by
          86: 4-17 2 (P)
          87: 5-7 10
-, Andree (Andrea)
          90: 9-27 6
          92: 2-27 10; 10-8 11 (P)
-, Betty
          71: 1-7 3; 2-4 4; 3-11 5; 4-20 12; 9-3 9; 12-9 6
          72: 1-27 1, 3; 2-3 4; 3-2 4; 3-10 2; 6-22 1; 7-13 8; 8-31 6, 7; 9-14 7
          73: 1-18 1; 3-8 3; 4-3 2; 4-12 3; 5-3 1; 6-28 1 (P); 8-30 8; 11-15 6; 11-29 4
          74: 1-17 3, 5; 1-31 2, 3; 2-28 3; 3-7 3; 3-28 1; 7-11 6; 8-29 5; 9-19 3; 10-3 4; 11-14 4; 11-
                   21 4; 12-12 8
          75: 1-16 3; 3-20 1; 4-10 1; 5-8 1; 9-25 7; 11-13 10; 12-4 2 LTE
          76: 1-29 3; 9-2 8; 10-14 4
          77: 9-8 5
          78: 1-12 4; 2-9 1; 5-4 9
-, Bill
          77: 3-31 8; 4-21 8
          78: 3-16 9; 3-30 10; 4-6 8
          79: 3-1 10; 3-15 10; 3-22 13; 4-5 11; 4-26 7; 5-3 14
          80: 3-6 7; 4-17 10; 5-1 11; 7-3 4; 9-4 9
-, Carolyn 2002: 2-1 5
-, Chris
          84: 10-16 8; 11-1 21; 11-29 26
          85: 1-22 7; 1-29 8; 2-5 8; 3-21 20, 23; 8-29 11; 9-12 7; 10-3 9 (P); 10-23 8 (P); 11-7 8
          86: 8-28 9; 9-18 7; 9-25 7; 10-2 8; 10-30 7; 11-6 8; 11-13 5; 11-20 7
          87: 8-27 9
-, Chuck 93: 3-11 6
-, Connie 81: 3-19 10; 3-26 8; 4-9 10; 4-30 8
-, David (Dave)
          73: 6-28 1 (P)
          74: 3-28 3
          76: 6-24 8
          78: 6-22 7; 6-29 6; 7-27 6
-, Deb Kathol 92: 9-3 8
-, Gary
          79: 3-29 14
          83: 2-10 4
-, Gordon 79: 4-26 1
-, Jackie
         2001: 11-1 1
         2002: 10-31 1; 11-7 8
-, Janice 73: 4-5 3 (P)
-, Jerry 2000: 9-14 7
-, John 93: 4-8 4
-, John H 97: 3-13 9
-, Jon
         86: 9-11 5
         91: 3-28 2 (P)
-, Julie
         2001: 4-12 4; 12-13 10
         2002: 4-11 4
-, Kelly 95: 11-16 13 (P)
-, Kurt 89: 4-6 8
-, Laurence (Larry)
         95: 8-24 2
         97: 11-6 2
         2002: 1-24 2; 1-31 2; 2-7 2; 4-4 1; 4-25 1
-, Laurie 2001: 11-8 7
-, Mary
         97: 11-13 1
         2000: 2-10 3 LTE
-, Michelle 95: 2-16 8
-, Neal 84: 3-23 7
-, Pat 90: 2-15 8 (P)
-, Peter 95: 8-24 4; 9-14 2 (P)
-, Ralph E
         75: 9-11 2 LTE
         80: 3-6 5
-, Robert 96: 4-4 4
-, Sarah (Sara) 2000: 3-9 3 LTE; 11-30 1
-, Sheri 92: 3-12 2 (P)
-, Stan
         71: 9-16 2; 10-14 1; 10-28 3
         72: 1-13 3; 4-6 3
-, Steele see Becker, A Steele
-, Stephanie 2002: 9-5 8
-, Terry 90: 4-26 7
-, Theresa
         94: 10-27 8
         95: 8-24 9
         96: 2-15 7
-, Tim 89: 10-19 1 (P); 11-9 5 (P)
-, Tom
         89: 2-16 9
         91: 2-7 2 (P); 10-3 1; 10-10 1 (P); 10-17 1 (P)
         92: 4-30 4
Becker Parrett, Connie 82: 3-25 8
Becker-Theye, Betty
         78: 8-31 11
         79: 1-18 1; 7-26 5; 11-1 8; 11-8 6; 11-29 1
         80: 2-7 1; 4-17 1; 4-24 3, 5; 5-1 4; 7-24 3; 12-4 3; 12-11 6, 8
         81: 4-23 5; 4-30 1; 6-18 7; 7-9 3, 5; 7-30 1; 9-17 7; 10-1 8; 11-19 1; 12-3 1; 12-10 Accent
                  2 (P), 3
         82: 1-21 4; 3-25 1; 4-29 8; 7-1 8; 7-15 1; 7-29 3; 10-7 5, 6; 12-9 1
          83: 1-20 1; 2-24 1; 3-17 6; 3-24 4; 4-14 5; 4-28 1; 5-5 5; 6-30 7; 7-21 7; 7-28 5 (P); 9-1 9;
                  9-15 7
          84: 1-26 1, 3; 2-9 1, 8; 2-16 8; 3-1 1; 3-23 5; 4-12 8; 4-26 2, 4, 7; 6-14 1, 4; 6-21 6; 7-26
                  7; 9-18 2; 11-8 1; 11-13 1; 11-29 7; 12-4 12
          85: 2-5 2; 2-7 2; 2-14 1; 2-19 2, 8, 9; 2-26 2; 2-28 1; 3-26 4; 4-25 2; 4-30 2; 5-2 2; 6-18 1;
                  6-25 8; 8-29 1, 9; 10-10 2; 11-7 6; 12-5 14
          86: 2-13 1; 2-27 2; 3-13 1, 6; 4-17 2; 4-24 2; 5-1 1; 5-8 1; 6-25 1; 7-8 1, 7; 8-28 2; 9-5 1, 5
          87: 1-22 1, 14; 2-26 1; 4-9 1; 4-30 1; 5-7 1, 6, 10; 7-23 2; 9-10 2; 9-24 6; 10-8 4; 11-5 2,
                  6; 11-19 1
          88: 2-18 1; 2-25 1, 2; 3-17 2; 4-14 6; 4-21 14; 5-5 2; 8-4 1; 9-22 1; 9-29 1; 10-6 1, 13; 11-
                  17 1, 3 LTE
          89: 1-12 2; 1-19 1 (P), 2, 4 (P); 2-2 2; 2-16 2; 3-30 12; 4-6 14, 16; 7-13 1; 7-27 2, 4; 10-5
                  11; 11-30 1; 12-14 1
          90: 3-8 11; 4-5 1
          91: 7-3 5, 7; 9-26 1, 11; 12-5 5 (P)
          92: 2-6 1; 3-19 9; 4-2 10; 4-16 4; 8-27 14; 10-15 1, 11; 10-22 11; 12-10 1
          93: 1-21 1; 2-4 1; 2-25 1; 3-4 1; 4-8 1; 4-15 1 (P), 2; 4-22 1 (P); 9-2 10
          94: 9-15 9; 12-8 1
          95: 2-2 12; 3-30 1; 4-13 1, 4; 4-27 14; 9-21 1; 11-30 4
          96: 1-18 10; 3-14 6
          97: 10-2 8
          2000: 4-20 3
Beckett Circus see „A Beckett Circus‟ (play)
Beckius, Sharon 96: 9-12 1
Beckman, Blaine 97: 1-23 9
-, Diane 80: 1-24 4
-, Jeff
          82: 1-28 7; 2-4 10; 2-11 8; 2-18 10; 2-25 10
          88: 2-4 1
-, Jody
          76: 10-7 1
          77: 1-20 5; 1-27 1 (P); 2-3 1; 3-3 6; 4-28 7; 12-8 9, 11
-, Jon 81: 4-9 5
-, Julie (see also Beckmann)
          84: 10-9 8
          85: 1-22 7; 1-29 8; 2-5 8; 2-12 11; 3-21 20, 23; 11-14 8; 11-21 8; 12-12 8
          87: 1-29 8; 2-19 7; 2-26 9 (P); 5-7 10; 10-22 1 (P); 10-29 1; 11-5 8; 11-12 9; 11-19 8; 12-
                  10 8
          88: 1-21 8; 1-28 7, 8; 2-4 9, 11; 2-11 10; 2-25 7; 3-17 10; 5-5 4 (P)
-, Larry 78: 10-26 5
-, Marcia 82: 9-30 6
-, Megan 2002: 4-25 8
-, Sharon
          79: 4-5 8; 5-3 1; 11-15 1; 12-6 7 (P)
          80: 4-24 3 (P)
          81: 2-12 1 (P)
          82: 4-15 1; 4-22 4
-, Stacie
          80: 3-13 1
          81: 3-5 1
          82: 6-17 2; 6-24 2; 7-1 2; 7-15 2; 7-22 2; 7-29 2
          83: 1-20 4 (P); 2-3 4
Beckmann, E H 74: 12-12 4
-, Elmer
          71: 6-24 3
          76: 9-2 8
          79: 6-21 6 (P)
          86: 7-10 5
-, Julie (see also Beckman) 87: 2-5 9 (P)
Becknell, Scott 2000: 4-20 8
Beckner, Diana 71: 4-29 3
-, Harold 71: 3-4 5; 4-29 3
Becton-Dickinson (business) 85: 3-5 1, 13
Bector, Roger 80: 1-17 7
Bed Races 76: 10-7 3
bed wetting 80: 5-1 Encounter 7
Bede, Brian 73: 8-30 9
Bedell, Doug 79: 9-20 3
-, Ernest 79: 9-6 5
Bedlan, Neal 97: 3-13 10; 4-3 8
-, Ryan
          97: 9-11 5
          98: 1-29 5; 2-26 5; 3-5 5; 4-23 5; 10-29 8
          99: 2-11 7; 2-11 7; 9-9 5; 9-16 5; 9-23 5; 9-30 5; 10-7 5 (P); 10-28 5; 11-11 5; 11-18 5
          2000: 4-6 7; 4-13 6; 8-31 5; 9-14 5; 9-21 5; 9-28 5, 7; 10-5 4; 10-12 5; 11-2 5; 11-16 4
          2001: 2-1 6; 2-8 5; 2-22 5; 3-1 5; 4-26 7
          2002: 2-21 6
Bednar, Tom (see also Bedner)
          79: 11-1 9
          80: 10-23 7
          81: 10-29 10 (P); 11-5 7, 8
          82: 9-2 8; 9-16 8; 9-30 12 (P); 10-7 10; 10-14 9; 10-28 10
Bednarz, Kay 75: 9-18 4
Bedner, Tom (see also Bednar) 81: 11-19 9
„Bedtime for Bonzo‟ (film) 81: 9-24 1
Beebe, Dawn 87: 3-5 1; 3-26 2; 4-30 2
-, Dixie 83: 12-2 4
-, Loran 73: 9-6 7
-, Vonda 71: 1-7 1; 2-18 5
Beebout, Brian 81: 4-2 9
-, Bruce
          77: 9-22 13
          78: 4-6 8
          79: 4-5 11; 4-12 9; 4-26 7; 9-20 11; 11-8 10
          80: 4-17 8; 4-24 10; 9-4 9
          81: 4-23 9
Beechner, Barbara 87: 8-27 7
-, Leah 87: 8-27 7
-, Ralph 95: 3-30 7
-, Richard (Dick)
          87: 7-16 2 (P); 8-27 7 (P), 8, 9; 9-10 1
          88: 1-14 7; 2-4 9; 2-11 1; 2-25 4, 6; 4-14 8, 9; 6-23 1; 9-15 9; 10-6 8 (P), 10; 10-12 1; 11-
                  3 1, 6; 11-10 7; 12-8 3 LTE, 9
          89: 1-12 7; 2-16 7; 3-30 7; 4-6 9, 12; 4-27 7; 6-15 7; 7-20 4; 8-31 10; 9-14 7, 10; 9-28 1;
                  11-9 1; 11-30 1, 7; 12-14 2
          90: 2-15 11; 2-22 9; 3-8 7; 3-29 7; 4-5 7; 4-12 9; 5-3 6; 6-14 2, 7; 6-21 7; 6-28 7; 8-30 7,
                  10; 9-27 3 LTE; 10-4 7; 10-11 6, 17; 10-25 6, 14; 11-1 12; 11-15 1; 12-6 12; 12-
                  13 3 LTE
          91: 3-7 1; 3-14 8; 4-18 1; 7-3 10, 11; 8-1 7; 9-12 8; 9-19 3 LTE, 7, 8; 9-26 11
          92: 2-13 8; 2-20 8; 2-27 8; 4-16 6, 8; 9-3 1; 9-17 3 LTE, 7; 12-10 11
          93: 4-1 7; 4-8 7 (P); 4-15 7, 8, 10; 4-22 7; 4-29 7; 8-26 8; 9-16 1, 3, 7; 9-30 8; 10-7 7; 10-
                  28 10; 12-9 7
          94: 1-20 7, 8; 1-27 7, 8; 3-10 8; 4-7 7; 4-14 5, 7 (P); 8-25 7; 9-15 2 (P); 10-27 8
          95: 3-16 1 (P), 3 LTE; 3-30 7 (P), 8; 4-6 7, 8; 4-13 8; 4-27 8; 8-24 7; 10-5 12
          96: 3-28 5; 4-4 7; 4-11 8; 4-18 7; 9-26 8; 10-24 8
          97: 2-27 6; 4-24 7; 9-4 8; 10-16 5
          98: 4-2 6; 4-23 6; 4-30 10; 9-17 7; 9-24 7; 10-1 7; 10-8 8
          99: 9-2 6; 9-16 5; 9-23 6; 10-7 6; 10-14 5
          2000: 9-7 5; 10-5 4
          2001: 1-25 1; 9-13 9; 9-27 6; 10-4 6; 10-11 6
          2002: 9-19 6; 10-10 6
-, Sara
         87: 8-27 7
         96: 10-17 8
         97: 2-13 8; 2-20 9; 2-27 9; 3-6 9; 3-13 11; 3-20 9; 4-3 9; 4-10 9; 4-17 15; 4-24 13; 5-1 19
Beef Pull
         71: 11-4 6
         73: 9-27 11
         74: 9-26 9; 10-3 6; 10-10 6, 7
         75: 10-2 9; 10-9 8
         76: 10-7 4, 8; 10-14 9
         78: 10-5 15
         79: 9-20 9
         81: 9-3 10
„Beeper‟ see Personal Attack Alarm
Beer, Bob
         71: 2-4 5; 3-4 5; 4-15 1
         72: 2-3 4; 4-13 5; 4-27 4, 5; 9-21 1; 9-28 2; 11-2 7 (P)
         73: 1-18 1; 9-27 3; 11-29 2 LTE
-, Jerry 73: 6-28 4
-, Ronald 76: 9-16 4
beer, price of 75: 1-23 3
beer cans as a hobby 92: 1-23 5
beer drinking games 95: 9-14 6
beer in residence halls, proposal to allow 77: 9-1 3; 9-22 5
Beer Recipe Contest 82: 4-1 1, 3; 4-22 1; 4-29 3
Beereckman, Dave 88: 2-11 13
-, Jean 88: 2-11 13 (P)
Beerman, Allen J (Alan) (see also Beermann)
         71: 9-30 5; 10-14 5; 12-9 6
         79: 5-3 9
         90: 9-20 1
         2000: 12-11 3
-, Steve 73: 8-30 8
Beermann, Allen (see also Beerman)
         74: 10-24 1; 11-14 1
         92: 4-30 1; 10-22 11
Beery, Amanda
         95: 2-23 2 (P); 11-30 11; 12-7 2
         96: 3-14 9; 10-24 4 LTE, 6; 11-7 2; 11-21 2; 12-5 2
         97: 2-20 5
         98: 2-5 4; 3-19 2 (P)
-, Donovan
         96: 11-14 2 (P)
         97: 10-30 6
-, Jim 2001: 4-12 4
-, Melissa
         2001: 10-18 3 (LTE)
          2002: 4-25 9
Bees, Derek 89: 2-9 7; 2-16 7
Beevenstrauch, Mark 97: 4-24 10
Beezer, Larry 78: 10-26 3; 11-2 1
Beezley, Michelle
          95: 8-31 11; 9-21 1
          99: 4-29 1; 9-2 3; 9-9 3
-, Vicky 81: 4-30 3 (P)
Beffa, Michelle
          95: 4-13 11 (P)
          97: 10-2 7
Beggin‟ for Bears 2001: 9-27 1, 7
„Beginning Bee Keeping‟ (minicourse) 76: 1-29 1
„Beginning Bridge‟ (minicourse) 75: 1-23 4; 1-30 4; 2-6 4; 2-13 5; 2-27 5; 3-6 5
„Beginning Embroidery‟ (minicourse)
          75: 9-11 4; 9-25 5; 10-2 3; 10-9 6; 10-17 6; 10-23 5
          76: 2-12 10; 2-19 5
„Beginning ESP‟ (minicourse) 75: 1-16 3; 1-23 4; 1-30 4; 2-6 4; 2-13 5
„Beginning Guitar‟ (minicourse)
          74: 1-31 3
          75: 1-16 3; 1-23 4; 1-30 4; 2-6 4; 2-13 5; 2-27 5; 3-6 5; 9-11 4; 9- 18 4; 9-25 5; 10-2 3; 10-
                  17 6; 10-23 5
          76: 1-29 1; 2-12 10; 2-19 5; 3-18 4; 4-1 7; 4-8 4; 4-15 6
„Beginning Handicapping Horses‟ (minicourse) 76: 2-12 5, 10; 3-18 4; 4-1 7; 4-8 4
„Beginning Photography‟ (minicourse) 74: 1-31 3
„Beginning Pool for Women‟ (minicourse) 75: 3-13 4; 3-20 3; 4-4 3
„Beginning Swimming‟ (minicourse)
          75: 9-5 7; 9-11 4; 9-18 4; 9-25 5; 10-2 3; 10-9 6; 10-17 6; 10-23 5
          76: 2-19 5; 3-18 4; 4-1 7; 4-8 4; 4-15 6
„Beginning Tennis‟ (minicourse) 75: 9-18 4; 9-25 5; 10-2 3; 10-9 6; 10-17 6; 10-23 5; 10-30 5; 11-
          6 4; 11-13 6; 11-20 3
„Beginning Weight Lifting‟ 2002: 3-14 2
Begley, Kathleen 77: 12-8 8
-, Kirk
          73: 6-28 4; 10-11 7
          74: 4-25 7; 8-29 7; 10-17 10; 11-14 8
          75: 4-17 7; 5-8 7; 8-29 13; 11-6 8; 11-20 4
          76: 4-1 8; 4-23 7; 9-2 15; 9-9 10, 12; 9-16 8; 10-7 9; 12-9 9
          77: 4-7 6
-, Victoria 75: 11-6 3
„Behavioralistic Psychology, Implications and Applications‟ (seminar) 75: 10-17 3
Behlen, Wade (see also Behlin)
          89: 5-4 8; 9-21 7; 11-30 7; 12-7 7 (P), 9 (P); 12-14 7 (P)
          90: 1-18 7; 10-25 10; 11-15 7
Behlin, Wade (see also Behlen) 89: 10-19 8
Behling, Dean 78: 5-4 15
Behlmann, Ruth 2002: 9-5 2
Behmer, David A (Dave)
          73: 10-25 2; 11-1 2; 11-7 2; 11-15 2; 11-29 2; 12-13 2; 12-20 2
          74: 1-17 2; 1-24 2; 1-31 2; 2-7 2; 2-14 2; 2-21 2; 2-28 2; 3-7 2; 3-21 2; 3-28 2; 4-4 2; 4-11
                  2; 4-18 2; 4-25 2; 5-2 2; 5-9 2; 9-5 2; 9-12 2; 9-19 2; 9-26 2; 10-3 2; 10-10 2; 10-
                  17 2; 10-24 2; 11-6 2; 11-14 2; 11-21 2; 12-5 2; 12-12 2; 12-19 2
          75: 1-16 2; 1-23 2; 1-30 2; 2-6 2; 2-13 2; 2-20 2; 2-27 2; 3-6 2; 3-13 2; 3-20 2; 4-4
                  2; 4-10 2; 4-24 2; 5-1 2
-, Thomas J (Tom)
          72: 10-19 9
         73: 2-1 2; 2-15 2; 2-22 2; 3-1 2; 3-8 2; 3-22 2; 3-29 2; 4-5 2; 4-12 2; 4-19 2; 4-26 1, 2; 5-3
                 2; 5-10 2; 8-30 2; 9-6 2; 9-13 2, 8; 9-20 2; 9-27 2, 8; 10-4 2; 10-11 2; 10-18 2; 10-
                 25 2; 11-1 2; 11-7 2; 11-15 2; 11-29 2; 12-6 2; 12-13 2; 12-20 2
Behn, Dan
         83: 1-27 6, 7; 2-10 10; 2-17 8; 2-24 10; 4-6 7; 5-5 8
         84: 2-2 13; 2-9 12; 2-23 8; 3-1 10; 5-3 13
Behne, Amy 2002: 3-7 9; 10-17 1
Behrends, Roger
         78: 11-16 10; 11-30 8; 12-14 9, 10
         79: 1-11 9; 1-18 10; 1-26 8 (P); 2-8 11; 2-15 10, 11; 2-22 11 (P); 3-1 10, 11, 12; 3-22 14
                 (P); 4-5 10 (P); 11-1 9; 11-29 8; 12-6 12 (P); 12-13 9, 10
         80: 1-10 8; 1-24 8; 1-31 6; 2-14 6; 2-21 7, 8; 2-28 10; 3-6 9 (P); 3-13 9; 4-3 9 (P); 4-17 8;
                 6-19 8; 9-11 10; 11-6 9; 12-4 9
Behrendt, Betty 73: 11-29 3
Behrens, Marshall 97: 4-24 9
-, Spencer
         95: 9-21 1
         98: 1-29 1; 11-12 4
Behrhorst, Bob 74: 4-1 2
Behrns, Pat 95: 8-31 7
Beidleman, Kerry 2000: 9-21 2
Beiler, Rick 78: 3-16 3 (P)
Beilke, Tim 71: 9-30 5
Beily, Becky 83: 3-24 6 (P)
Beineke, Lydia 92: 11-12 12 (P)
Beins, Darla 87: 11-12 11
Beisner, Doug 78: 5-4 15
-, W Wade 88: 10-6 3 LTE
Beit, Chris 77: 9-22 5
Beitel, Aimee
         95: 11-16 1 (P), 9
         97: 4-3 3 LTE; 10-2 10
         98: 12-3 3 LTE
-, Bob 78: 4-6 9
Beitler, Bob
         71: 1-7 1; 2-18 1; 4-29 5; 5-6 1; 5-20 4; 9-23 4
         72: 1-13 3; 1-20 4; 3-2 4; 9-21 7
         73: 9-13 8
         74: 2-21 4; 3-7 2; 3-28 3; 11-21 4; 12-12 8
         75: 1-30 3; 5-8 4; 8-29 6
         76: 6-24 8; 7-22 8
         77: 7-28 4
-, Dave
         73: 11-1 8
         74: 3-7 3; 11-21 4
Beitz, Annette (see also Belitz) 81: 10-8 1; 10-22 3
Beitzer, Kate 76: 11-18 3
Belarus 92: 4-9 9
Belarussian State Polytechnic Academy 94: 3-17 2
Belau, Donald 80: 8-28 3
-, Laci 80: 12-11 1 (P)
Belaunde-Terry, Fernando 73: 11-29 1; 12-6 1, 5; 12-13 5
Belck, Nancy 98: 1-22 1
Belden, Trixi 78: 10-26 5
Belder, Sue 78: 8-31 14; 9-28 9
Belding, Brandy
         93: 8-26 8; 11-18 7
         94: 3-3 8; 3-31 7; 4-7 7 (P); 4-21 7
         95: 3-2 7; 3-16 7; 3-30 7 (P); 4-6 7
         96: 3-28 5; 4-4 8 (P); 4-11 8; 4-18 8
         97: 2-20 7; 3-6 7; 4-10 7; 4-24 6; 5-1 6
Beldon, Larry 73: 5-3 1
Belgium, Mary 78: 3-16 8
Belieu, Nicole (Nicki, Nicky)
         88: 12-1 15 (P)
         89: 5-4 1
         90: 9-27 5
         91: 5-2 1
Belina, Russell 94: 9-29 2 (P)
Belitz, Annette (see also Beitz)
         82: 4-22 5 (P); 11-11 7 (P)
         83: 3-31 1; 4-6 1; 4-14 5; 11-18 3
Belka, Brad 82: 2-11 7
Belkin, Mike 73: 3-29 1
Bell, Angela
         84: 9-13 13; 11-8 18
         85: 3-28 7
-, David (Dave)
         73: 9-6 3; 9-13 5
         90: 3-1 1; 3-29 1
         91: 2-14 5 (P)
-, Holly
         98: 9-17 10
         99: 10-14 2 (P)
         2000: 1-20 1; 2-3 7; 2-10 7; 3-2 1; 3-9 1; 3-23 4; 4-13 1; 4-27 1
         2001: 2-15 8
-, Jane
         79: 2-8 3; 9-27 5; 10-4 7; 11-8 10; 11-29 6; 12-6 7; 12-13 6
         80: 3-13 1
-, Jessica
         98: 2-19 8
         99: 3-4 5 (P)
         2001: 4-12 6
-, John 2001: 11-8 2 (P)
-, Katie
         2001: 1-18 7; 1-25 4; 2-1 4; 2-8 4; 2-15 4; 2-22 4; 3-1 4; 3-8 4, 8; 4-5 4; 4-12 4; 4-19 4; 9-
                  27 3; 11-1 2 (P)12-13 12
         2002: 1-24 3 (P), 4; 1-31 3 (P), 4; 2-7 3; 2-14 3, 4 (P), 9; 2-21 3, 4, 9; 2-28 3, 4, 7; 3-7 1,
                  3, 4, 9; 3-14 3, 4, 7; 4-4 3, 4, 10; 4-11 1, 3, 4, 9; 4-18 3 (P), 4, 8; 4-25 1, 3, 4 (P);
                  5-2 2 (P), 3, 6, 13, 14; 9-5 3, 4; 9-12 3; 9-19 3; 9-26 3; 10-3 3; 10-10 3; 10-17 3;
                  10-31 3; 11-7 3; 11-14 3 (P); 11-21 3; 12-5 3 (P), 6; 12-12 2 (P), 3 (P)
-, Matt 86: 9-11 7
-, Michael 86: 9-18 1
-, Mike
         72: 10-26 6
         73: 5-10 7
         2002: 1-31 5; 2-7 5; 4-25 5; 5-2 8
-, Mitchell 97: 9-18 12 (P)
-, Rick 74: 5-2 9
-, Rodney Allen II 82: 11-18 3
-, Sandy 94: 12-1 2 (P)
-, Scott 97: 2-6 5; 10-9 10
-, T H 82: 2-18 1
-, William 99: 12-9 12
bell tower see Memorial Carillon Bell Tower
bell tower, building by UNO of 88: 1-28 6
Bellairs, Mark 86: 5-8 10
Bellamy, Candi 73: 11-29 8
-, Chuck 76: 11-18 1; 12-9 10
Bellard, Mark 95: 2-23 2 (P)
Belle, Chris 73: 9-6 7
Beller, Gary 81: 3-5 10 (P); 4-23 1
-, Rick
          77: 5-5 1
          78: 2-2 1; 2-9 1
          79: 3-15 5
Bellevue Schol District, internship with 71: 7-8 1
Bellin, Alan (Al)
          93: 9-2 9
          94: 1-20 12
Bellinger, Dennis
          73: 3-29 8; 4-12 8; 4-19 6, 7; 4-26 7; 5-3 10
          74: 3-7 7; 4-4 7; 4-25 6; 5-2 9; 5-9 7; 8-29 6
          75: 2-6 6; 2-27 8; 3-20 5; 4-10 4; 5-1 7; 5-8 7
-, Jennifer (see also Ballinger) 91: 11-14 7
Bellinghauser, Jan 74: 12-5 3
Bellis, Steve 87: 10-29 5
Bellmer, Randy 75: 9-11 7
Bellows, Amy
          80: 11-6 1
          82: 4-1 6 (P); 4-15 1; 10-14 1; 12-2 1
          83: 4-6 5 (P); 9-29 1; 10-13 1; 10-20 1, 4; 12-8 1
          84: 3-1 1 (P); 3-23 1; 3-29 3; 4-5 1; 4-12 1
-, Brian 74: 4-25 4
-, Jim
          79: 9-20 8 (P)
          80: 1-24 3
belly dancing 75: 10-9 4
 „Belly Dancing‟ (minicourse) 76: 2-12 10; 2-19 5; 3-18 4; 4-1 7; 4-8 4; 4-15 6; 11-4 3
Belmont, Randy 79: 3-29 12
-, Vivian 81: 11-5 1
Belmore, Sandra 83: 9-8 5
Belohlavy, Amanda 98: 3-19 2
Belschner, Jerry 80: 1-17 4
-,. Marilyn
          79: 3-1 7
          87: 10-22 11
Beltermann, Todd 93: 4-15 5 (P)
Beltzer, Bill 73: 8-30 1
Beltzer, Sharon 88: 7-14 8
Belushi, John 82: 3-18 3
Belville, Kyla 79: 4-5 1
Belz, Bobbi 75: 2-20 3; 11-6 5
-, Paul 75: 11-6 10; 12-4 4
Beman, Sandy 86: 3-7 5
Bemy, Julie 2000: 11-16 6 (P)
Ben Franklin Kite Flying Contest
          73: 3-29 10
         77: 4-21 5
Benab, Younes 80: 1-10 1; 1-17 1
Benah, Younes 80: 1-10 3
Benatar, Pat
         80: 2-28 9
         86: 2-6 6
Benbowsky, Joe 73: 2-1 3
Bence, Craig
         80: 9-18 6; 10-16 3
         81: 1-29 7; 2-5 9; 2-12 9; 3-5 9; 11-19 3 LTE
         82: 2-11 9; 2-18 11; 2-25 8; 4-1 8; 4-15 6 (P)
benches, campus 87: 5-7 6
Bencheser, Jean (see also Benckeser) 71: 10-21 2 LTE
Benckeser, Jeanne (see also Bencheser) 71: 2-4 3; 2-18 6; 3-4 5; 4-15 1; 9-30 3; 11-4 5; 12-2 2
         LTE
Bender, Sandy 86: 7-17 2 (P)
Benderly, Jill 97: 3-13 1
Bendfeldt, Heather 97: 10-16 6
Bendickson, Lori 77: 4-21 5; 10-20 1
Bendix, Kellie
         95: 2-16 2
         96: 3-7 1
Benedict, Bruce 79: 1-18 10
-, Dave 79: 1-18 10
Beneficial Income Tax Service (business) 82: 2-11 4
Benefit Dance for Cerebral Palsy 81: 10-8 1
benefits for KSC employees 91: 4-11 1
Benes, Jim 76: 2-19 7
-, Keith J 94: 2-10 3 LTE
Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks (BPOE) 73: 9-6 7
Benfeld, Sue
         94: 9-15 14; 9-22 12; 9-29 12; 10-6 12; 10-13 14; 10-20 14; 10-27 12; 11-3 10; 11-10 12;
                  11-17 10; 12-1 10; 12-8 14
         95: 1-19 12; 1-26 12; 2-2 12; 2-9 12; 2-16 8; 2-23 8; 3-2 8; 3-9 10; 3-16 13; 3-30 10; 4-6
                  12; 4-13 12; 4-7 15
Bengart, Art (see also Bangert) 89: 9-21 12 (P)
Benge, Allison 84: 12-11 13 (P)
-, Cheryl
         72: 9-21 1, 7; 10-12 1 (P); 10-19 1; 11-2 1
         73: 2-1 1; 2-22 1; 3-1 1 (P); 4-19 4; 5-3 3; 5-10 1; 9-20 4; 9-27 6; 10-25 1; 11-15 1 (P)
         74: 2-21 4; 3-7 1 (P), 2; 3-28 3; 4-11 3; 4-18 1
-, Dan
         96: 12-12 11
         97: 2-27 5; 3-13 8
         98: 2-12 10; 3-19 1; 4-30 4; 9-24 1; 11-5 6
         99: 2-25 2
Benger, Curt 78: 2-23 8
-, Mike 74: 11-14 4
Benglen, Holly
         87: 9-17 8; 10-1 5; 10-22 4; 10-29 2; 11-12 11
         88: 1-28 6; 4-7 5
Benisek, Helen 78: 4-20 6
Benish, Rick 76: 2-19 7
Benjamin, Kelly
         2001: 9-20 6; 9-27 6; 10-4 6
         2002: 4-4 5; 4-11 6; 9-12 4; 9-19 6; 10-3 6
-, Matthew 98: 12-3 7
-, Roger
           76: 11-18 7; 12-2 4; 12-9 9
           77: 12-8 16
           78: 4-27 8; 5-4 15
-, Scott 87: 3-26 1 (P)
-, Trent 94: 12-8 14
Benker, Grant 98: 4-23 2 (P)
-, Jennifer 90: 9-6 6 (P)
Benner, John 74: 4-25 7
Bennet, Amy 73: 3-1 Fashion 11
-, Gordon (see also Bennett)
           84: 6-21 5
           85: 6-18 4
           92: 11-18 12; 12-10 15
-, Nicole 2000: 3-9 4
-, Rick 74: 2-28 4
Bennett, Amy 76: 9-29 9
-, Angie 96: 3-7 4
-, Carla 91: 12-13 3 LTE
-, Carrie
           87: 10-22 9; 11-19 8; 12-3 8 (P)
           89: 3-16 8
-, Cindy 96: 4-4 10
-, Craig 79: 11-1 6
-, David W 92: 9-17 6
-, Don 71: 3-18 1
-, Frank C 72: 3-10 9 (P), 10
-, Gordon E (see also Bennet)
           75: 8-29 3
           77: 10-27 3
           79: 11-1 3
           80: 12-4 4; 12-11 6
           81: 1-29 1
           82: 2-4 6; 2-18 1; 10-28 3 LTE
           83: 7-21 5 (P)
           85: 10-10 1, 4; 10-17 1; 11-14 2
           86: 11-6 10; 11-13 1
           87: 4-2 4; 4-9 5
           88: 1-21 6; 9-15 5
           89: 1-26 2; 2-2 12
           90: 5-3 2; 11-20 6
           91: 2-21 12; 3-7 10; 3-14 10; 3-28 10; 4-4 14; 4-11 12; 4-18 12; 4-25 10
           92: 10-22 14; 11-5 12; 11-12 14
           98: 2-5 7
           2001: 11-8 7
-, Jeffrey (Jeff)
           85: 8-29 3
           86: 9-18 9
-, Jill 75: 3-20 1
-, Judith 93: 11-4 1, 9
-, Judy 82: 2-4 5
-, Kelly 91: 7-18 8; 8-1 1, 2
-, Kevin
           81: 9-3 11
           82: 11-11 5
-, Kim 91: 4-4 5
-, Mandi 2000: 11-2 7
-, Mark
          84: 1-26 12
          85: 4-2 7
          86: 8-28 12; 9-25 1
-, Matt 90: 10-4 4 (P)
-, Michael D 98: 9-24 9
-, Mildred 72: 4-13 5; 4-20 1
-, Nate
          2000: 11-2 7
          2001: 4-26 7
          2002: 9-19 1
-, Roxanne (Roxie)
          76: 11-11 1
          77: 11-10 7
-, Steve 2000: 12-11 3
-, Tim 96: 3-7 1, 4
-, Tom 85: 4-2 7
Bennett-England, Rodney 80: 4-24 4
Benoa, Barb 79: 11-15 5 (P)
Bensel, Janet 73: 9-13 4
Benson, Bently (Bentley)
          78: 3-8 11
          79: 3-29 12
          83: 4-6 7; 4-14 8; 4-21 8
-, Brian
          88: 4-28 12
          89: 2-16 8; 3-2 8; 3-16 8; 4-6 11; 4-13 10; 4-27 9; 5-4 7; 10-12 8
-, Deloris 72: 6-22 1; 7-27 3
-, Greg 97: 10-23 2
-, Jenny 98: 10-1 1
-, John 83: 9-8 10
-, Jon
          82: 10-7 1; 10-28 1
          83: 3-24 6 (P); 4-21 1; 9-1 4; 10-6 1
          84: 2-23 1; 3-23 1; 3-29 3; 4-5 1; 5-3 10 (P); 9-13 3; 11-15 2
          85: 2-7 1; 2-12 3; 2-26 1; 2-28 5; 3-21 2; 3-26 1, 11; 4-2 1; 10-10 2; 10-17 1
          86: 2-13 1; 5-8 2 (P)
-, Karen 90: 5-3 12
-, Kathy 80: 11-6 1
-, Lorrie
          94: 11-3 2
          95: 11-16 11
-, Lynn
          79: 7-26 4
          99: 9-23 4
-, Marcy 97: 10-23 2
-, Tina 93: 2-4 2 (P)
Bentaas, Char (see also Bantees, Bentass)
          80: 5-1 11
          81: 3-5 8; 4-9 10; 4-23 9, 10 (P); 4-30 10
          82: 3-25 7; 4-1 9; 4-29 11
          83: 3-3 8; 3-17 7; 4-14 7; 4-21 7, 8; 4-28 8; 5-5 8
Bentass, Char (see also Bentaas) 81: 4-2 9
Bentele, Kenneth 83: 11-10 7
-, Vic
         82: 2-11 1
         83: 10-20 4
Benter, Michael 93: 9-16 14
Benthack, Emil 71: 7-8 1 (P)
-, Gladys
         79: 12-6 1
         86: 5-1 1
-, Dominic
         92: 10-29 14
         93: 9-23 5
-, Janet 71: 10-7 3
-, Maris 77: 5-5 3
-, Marjorie (Margery) 71: 3-25 1; 4-1 5 (P); 4-22 1; 5-6 6
-, Max 78: 10-12 4
-, Rob (see also Bently)
         94: 1-20 7, 8; 1-27 8; 2-3 8; 2-10 7; 2-17 8; 2-24 7; 3-10 8; 3-17 7, 8 (P); 3-31 7; 4-7 7; 4-
                   14 1, 7, 8; 4-21 7, 8; 4-28 3, 7, 9; 8-25 3, 7; 9-1 3, 5, 7 (P); 9-15 3, 7; 9-22 2, 7; 9-
                   29 2, 7, 8; 10-6 2, 7 (P), 8; 10-14 2, 7; 10-20 7; 10-27 2, 7; 11-3 2, 7 (P); 11-10 2,
                   7, 8; 11-17 2, 7, 8; 12-1 2, 7; 12-8 2, 7 (P)
         95: 1-19 3, 9 (P), 10; 1-26 2, 7; 2-2 3, 7 (P), 8; 2-9 3, 9, 10; 2-16 3, 7; 2-23 7; 3-2 3, 7; 3-9
                   3, 7; 3-16 3, 7 (P); 3-30 3, 7 (P); 4-6 3, 7 (P), 8; 4-13 3, 7, 8, 9; 4-27 2, 7 (P), 8;
                   8-24 3, 7 (P), 8; 8-31 2, 7 (P); 9- 14 2, 7 (P); 9-21 3 (P), 7 (P), 8; 9-28 3, 4, 7 (P),
                   8; 10-5 2, 11 (P); 10-12 3, 7 (P), 10; 10-19 2, 7 (P), 8; 10-26 2, 8; 11-2 3, 7 (P);
                   11-11 2, 7; 11-16 1, 3, 7 (P), 8; 11-30 2, 7, 8 (P); 12-7 1, 2, 7 (P), 18
         96: 1-18 3, 7 (P); 1-25 2, 7 (P); 2-2 2, 7; 2-8 3, 11 (P), 12; 2-15 2, 7 (P), 8; 2-22 2, 7 (P);
                   2-29 2, 7 (P); 3-7 3, 7 (P), 8; 3-14 3, 7 (P), 8; 3-28 3, 5 (P); 4-4 3, 7 (P); 4-11 2, 7,
                   8, 10; 4-18 2, 3 (P); 4-25 2, 3, 11 (P), 12; 8-29 4 (P); 9-12 2, 3 (P); 9-19 7; 9-26 3;
                   10-3 3 (P), 6, 7; 10-10 2, 6 (P); 10-17 2; 10-24 3 (P); 10-31 3; 11-7 2; 11-14 2;
                   11-21 3 (P), 4; 12-5 12; 12-12 2 (P)
         97: 5-1 6 (P)
Bently, Rob (see also Bentley) 99: 4-15 5
Benton, Jenny 94: 12-8 7
-, Katie 2000: 3-23 5 (P); 4-27 10
-, Melanie 90: 9-6 6
Benvidez, Diana 85: 2-19 12
Benz, Daniel (Dan)
         90: 10-4 2; 10-11 2; 12-6 2 (P); 12-13 6
         91: 1-17 1, 2 (P); 2-7 3 (P); 2-14 1; 2-21 1; 3-7 1; 3-14 1, 4 (P); 4-18 6; 4-25 1; 9-26 1; 12-
                   13 3 LTE
         93: 3-4 2 (P); 3-11 3 LTE
- -, Soldier of the Year Award won by 90: 11-20 1 (P)
-, Deryl 99: 11-11 7
-, Joseph (Joe)
         89: 8-31 11
         93: 4-8 4
         94: 9-22 6; 10-20 13 (P); 10-27 1; 11-10 1
         95: 1-26 1; 2-2 1; 2-9 8; 2-16 1; 2-23 1; 4-13 2, 4; 10-12 1; 10-26 4
         96: 1-18 10; 2-8 16; 10-10 10; 12-5 1
         97: 2-13 8; 4-10 9
-, Marco 83: 4-28 1
Benze, Nancy 72: 11-30 4
Benzel, Bob
         71: 1-7 5; 1-14 3; 5-6 5; 9-30 5; 11-18 4; 12-2 4
         72: 3-2 4
-, Kathryn N (Kate)
           84: 2-2 9 (P)
           86: 7-8 7; 8-28 2
           87: 9-3 4; 9-10 6; 10-1 4; 11-5 3 LTE
           88: 2-18 5; 3-24 8 (P); 11-3 6
           89: 1-12 3 LTE; 2-9 4; 10-5 11; 10-19 12 (P); 11-2 1
           90: 9-6 13; 9-20 4; 11-20 1
           91: 3-14 1
           92: 3-19 9
           93: 4-15 2
           94: 3-10 4
           95: 2-2 12
           98: 3-19 4
           2002: 4-18 4; 4-25 9; 9-5 2
- -, authorship of textbook by 87: 10-22 13
-, Michael (Mike)
           83: 9-8 5
           84: 2-2 9 (P)
           85: 3-21 14
           86: 8-28 2
           88: 2-18 5; 6-23 2
           89: 5-4 11; 10-19 1
           90: 2-1 2
           91: 12-5 16
           92: 9-3 12; 9-17 16; 9-24 14; 10-1 14; 10-15 14; 10-22 14; 10-29 14; 11-5 12; 11-12 14;
                   11-18 12; 12-10 15
           93: 4-8 10; 4-15 12; 4-22 13; 4-29 15; 9-2 1 (P)
           94: 2-17 2, 10
- -, authorship of textbook by 87: 10-22 13
-, Robert
           82: 9-16 1; 11-18 5
           83: 11-17 3
           97: 3-6 1, 10
Beran, Dave 83: 10-13 4 (P)
-, Denise 89: 9-7 1
-, Gary
           79: 12-6 8
           80: 3-27 Encounter 1 (P)
-, Janice
           85: 9-26 8
           87: 11-12 4
-, Jeff 2000: 1-20 3; 1-27 3; 2-3 3; 2-10 3; 2-17 3; 2-24 3; 3-2 3; 3-9 3; 3-23 3; 3-30 4; 4-6 3; 4-13
           3; 4-20 3; 4-27 3
-, Jennifer King
           79: 1-26 Encounter 3; 3-22 Encounter 6; 4-26 Encounter 9; 7-12 8; 7-26 4, 7; 11-29
                   Encounter 4 (P); 12-6 8
           80: 1-31 Encounter 4
-, Jestin 2002: 1-24 8
-, Jill 78: 11-2 2 LTE; 11-9 1; 11-16 1; 12-14 3
-, Lawrence 88: 9-8 15
-, Pat 91: 4-11 5; 9-26 10 (P); 10-3 1
-, Tammi 81: 10-1 3 (P)
Berands, Stephanie 95: 1-26 8
Berawand, John (see also Brawand) 89: 11-16 6
Bereuter, Douglas (Doug)
           75: 11-20 5
           83: 3-3 1; 3-17 3; 9-15 4
         84: 9-25 1
         98: 11-5 1
Berg, Amy 90: 4-5 9 (P); 5-3 6
-, Angela 90: 5-3 6
-, Darrel 72: 4-27 5
-, Dynette 95: 2-16 2
-, Jennifer (Jen)
         2000: 3-23 8
         2001: 3-8 2
-, Joanne (Jo) 91: 10-10 9; 11-21 9
-, John 78: 8-31 12
-, Lola 77: 12-8 8
-, Maria 95: 8-24 4
-, Martin 81: 11-19 10
-, Mike 73: 12-6 4
Bergdorf, Kevin 94: 3-10 9 (P)
Berge, Christy 78: 2-9 5
Bergeier, Steve 73: 9-27 8
Bergen, Jack 72: 10-26 6
Berger, Dave 76: 3-25 7
-, Claire 89: 8-31 13; 9-7 2 (P)
-, Jeff 89: 9-28 8
-, Jim
         76: 11-4 7; 11-11 3; 12-9 6
         77: 3-24 5; 4-7 1; 4-21 6; 10-6 6; 10-20 4 (P)
         78: 3-8 6; 3-16 7 (P); 3-30 3 (P); 10-12 6; 11-2 8; 2-10 6
         79: 2-15 2; 3-1 2; 3-22 2; 4-5 2; 5-3 2; 9-6 2; 9-13 2; 9-20 2; 9-27 2; 10-4 2; 10-11 2; 10-
                  28 3; 11-1 2; 11-8 2 (P); 11-15 2 (P); 11-29 2 (P); 12-6 2 (P)
         80: 1-10 2 (P); 1-17 2 (P); 1-24 2; 1-31 2 (P); 2-7 2 (P); 2-14 2 (P); 2-21 2 (P); 2-28 2 (P);
                  3-6 2 (P); 3-13 2 (P); 3-27 2 (P); 4-3 2 (P); 4-17 2 (P); 4-24 2 (P); 5-1 2 (P); 8-28
                  2 (P); 9-4 2 (P); 9-11 2 (P); 9-18 2 (P); 9-25 2 (P); 10-2 2 (P); 10-9 2 (P); 10-16 2
                  (P); 10-23 2 (P); 11-6 2 (P); 11-13 2 (P); 11-20 2 (P); 12-4 2 (P); 12-11 2 (P)
         81: 1-22 2 (P); 1-29 2; 2-5 1, 2 (P)
         89: 9-14 8; 10-19 9
         90: 4-26 7; 5-3 7; 10-4 8; 10-11 7
         91: 2-21 8; 3-7 7; 4-4 7; 4-25 7; 5-2 7
-, Keith 77: 9-1 4; 9-8 1 (P), 3; 9-22 8; 10-20 8
-, Lonnie 73: 9-13 6
-, Lynette 94: 1-20 2
-, Mark 2000: 8-31 6
-, Mike 97: 9-25 10
-, Paul 86: 8-28 12
Berggern, Kristi 94: 9-1 2 (P)
Berggren, Ben 2001: 2-22 2 (P)
-, Christopher
         84: 9-6 26
         85: 4-2 7
-, Jamie
         79: 9-27 9
         80: 2-7 6
-, Jeff 93: 10-21 1
-, Lynn
         72: 10-26 6
         73: 5-10 7
-, Richie 2000: 11-9 2
-, Susan 77: 4-7 1
Bergh, Debbie (see also Burgh) 83: 4-28 1
Bergland, Douglas 78: 8-31 1
-, Mary (see also Berglund) 88: 7-21 5
Berglund, Mary (see also Bergland)
          88: 8-4 4
          90: 11-15 12 (P)
-, Tracey 79: 9-6 7 (P)
Bergmaier, Renee 2000: 4-27 11 (see also Bergmeier; Borgmeier)
Bergman, Bridget 2002: 4-11 1; 4-25 10
-, Dave 82; 9-9 1
-, Dawn 89: 10-12 10 (P)
-, Kristi 84: 2-16 3; 12-6 8
Bergmann, Judy 78: 7-20 8
Bergmeier, Allen A 89: 10-5 1
-, Barb Herbek 86: 7-31 4
-, Jay
          76: 9-23 6; 9-29 12
          77: 9-8 13; 10-6 12
          78: 3-16 8; 9-14 10; 9-28 9, 11; 10-12 13; 10-26 12; 11-2 11
          79: 3-29 13; 4-5 10 (P); 4-12 10; 4-26 8; 5-3 15; 8-30 14; 9-13 14; 9-27 10 (P), 12; 10-11
                   8; 12-6 11
          80: 4-24 8 (P); 7-24 7; 8-28 10; 9-11 10; 10-2 10, 11; 10-9 9, 10; 11-13 8
-, Jon
          82: 11-11 9; 12-2 4
          83: 2-10 11; 2-24 9; 3-3 10; 3-24 7 (P); 11-17 8 (P); 12-2 11 (P); 12-8 8
          84: 1-26 10, 11; 2-2 12; 2-9 11; 2-16 10; 3-23 11; 11-29 24, 25; 12-6 23; 12-11 9; 12-13
                   19
          85: 1-15 8, 10 (P); 1-22 8, 9; 1-29 6, 7 (P); 1-31 13; 2-5 7, 10; 2-7 15, 18; 2-12 9; 2-14
                   19, 20; 2-19 5, 6; 2-21 11; 2-26 5; 3-5 7; 3-21 19 (P), 22; 3-26 6, 7 (P); 12-5 11
          87: 3-5 8
          91: 11-21 7
-, Renee (Renae)(see also Bergmaier; Borgmeier)
          99: 1-21 5; 1-28 5; 2-4 5; 2-11 7; 4-29 7
          2000: 1-20 5; 2-3 6; 2-10 5; 2-24 5; 3-2 5; 3-23 5; 3-30 7 (P); 4-20 10
          2001: 2-1 6; 3-1 5
Bergmeirer, Renee 2001: 1-18 5
Bergskoog, Keri (Keri Lynne)
          85: 2-12 5 LTE; 2-14 6
          87: 3-5 6
          90: 11-1 12
Bergstein, Don 77: 2-10 10
Bergsten, Gary 71: 3-4 3; 5-6 4
Bergstraesser, Angela (Angie)
          77: 11-10 4
          78: 3-16 4; 5-4 5; 9-28 4; 10-5 10
Bergstrom, Dora 71: 5-13 4
-, Gerald (Jerry)
          73: 4-5 3
          74: 8-29 1; 9-19 5 (P); 12-12 1
          75: 8-29 3
          78: 2-23 4 (P)
          91: 4-4 12
Bergt, Brian
          80: 8-28 11; 9-11 11; 9-18 11; 9-25 10
          83: 4-28 1
          84: 4-26 11
Berke, Mike 2002: 1-31 8
Berkheimer, Brad 73: 3-1 8
Berkshire College of Education, appearance by choir of 73: 7-19 1
Berinbaum, Martin 79: 1-18 1 (P); 1-26 3 (P)
Berlie, Josh 98: 9-24 7
Berlin 73: 4-3 12
Berlin Wall 73: 4-3 12
Berlis, Linda 78: 10-5 4
Berlitz, Charles 75: 9-11 4; 9-25 4 (P)
Berlowitz, Daniel (Dan)
          80: 11-20 4
          81: 3-5 6
-, Jason 92: 4-16 1
Berman, Sandy 85: 9-26 10
Bermuda Triangle 75: 9-25 4
Bernanek, Jeff 71: 6-24 4
Bernard, Marcia 88: 6-23 6 (P)
-, Roy (see also Barnard)
          80: 1-24 5
          92: 9-17 14
Bernard Criffield Jr Memorial Scholarship Fund 74: 2-14 3
Bernard-Stevens, David
          89: 3-2 1; 5-4 2
          93: 3-11 5 (P)
Bernardi, Debra 94: 3-31 9
Bernbeck, Kent 94: 12-1 3 LTE
Berndt, Allison 89: 7-27 7 (P)
-, Lorie 93: 2-18 12
Bernecker, Kristi 95: 10-5 6
Berney, James 90: 9-20 4 (P)
-, John 95: 2-16 2; 3-30 7; 4-13 7; 4-27 8
Bernhardt, Brooke 91: 9-26 6
-, Jason 2000: 3-30 4
Bernholtz, Bonnie
          71: 9-9 3
          72: 3-2 1; 11-9 1
          73: 10-11 8; 10-18 3
          79: 7-12 3
          80: 4-3 8
Bernice Mantor Memorial Scholarship 72: 11-9 12
Berniklau, Jacqueline (Jacque, Jackie)
          72: 9-21 1; 10-19 1
          73: 11-7 5; 11-15 3; 11-29 3
          74: 2-28 Insert 1 (P), 3; : 12-5 5
          75: 8-29 3
          85: 8-29 3
-, Jennie 78: 12-14 1
-, Leonard 73: 11-29 3
Bernstein, Daniel 2002: 9-5 2
Bernt, Charlotte
          83: 9-29 1
          84: 12-11 2
          88: 4-21 14; 9-22 12
-, Holli 91: 2-21 10 (P)
-, Marcus 91: 11-7 8
Bernth, Dan
          79: 11-29 Encounter 7
          81: 4-30 5 (P); 10-29 1
Beron, Pat 89: 4-6 9
Berquist, Alta 74: 9-19 1
Berra, Yogi 75: 4-4 7
Berreckman, Cal
          80: 4-17 8; 9-11 12
          81: 4-2 9
-, Jean
          89: 9-14 17 (P)
          90: 2-22 1; 3-29 8 (P), 10
Berrieum, Don 83: 7-21 3
Berringer, Jan 97: 11-20 2
Berry, Abbie 90: 10-25 6
-, Barb 74: 1-17 3
-, Bertice
          94: 2-17 2
          96: 2-2 2, 10; 2-15 1, 10 (P); 2-29 1; 10-17 8
-, Darcy (Darcie)
          97: 3-6 7; 3-13 7; 3-20 6; 4-3 1 (P), 6; 4-10 6, 7; 4-24 6; 9-25 6
          98: 2-19 7; 3-5 5; 4-9 5; 4-16 5
          99: 2-25 8; 3-4 5; 3-25 5; 4-1 7, 10; 4-15 5; 4-22 5 (P)
          2000: 3-2 6; 3-9 5; 4-6 7, 8 (P)
-, Jason 98: 2-5 1
-, Julie 2000: 8-31 2 (P)
-, Melissa 2002: 5-2 13
-, Michelle
          92: 4-9 7; 4-23 7; 4-30 7
          93: 2-4 7; 2-11 9
          94: 3-17 7
          95: 4-13 7
-, Rick (see also Barry) 71: 3-18 1; 4-29 2
-, Rod 71: 2-25 4; 5-20 3
-, Sue (see also Barry) 80: 1-31 7
-, Traci 99: 10-14 2 (P)
Berryman, Troy
          88: 9-29 11
          90: 9-6 7; 9-13 7; 9-20 7; 9-27 7; 10-4 7; 10-11 7; 10-25 7; 11-1 7; 11-8 8; 11-15 7, 9;
                  11-20 9; 12-6 7, 8
          91: 1-24 7; 1-31 7; 2-7 7; 2-21 7; 3-7 7; 3-14 2 (P), 7; 3-28 7, 8 (P); 4-4 9; 4-18 9 (P); 4-25
                  9; 5-2 7; 11-7 4; 12-13 1
          92: 1-23 3, 7; 1-30 3, 7; 2-6 3, 8 (P); 2-13 3, 7; 2-20 3, 7; 2-27 3, 7; 3-5 3; 3-12 3, 7; 3-19
                  3, 7; 4-2 3, 7; 4- 9 3, 8; 4-16 3, 7; 4-23 3, 7, 9 (P); 4-30 3, 7
Berthiaume, Jennifer 2002: 4-25 4
-, Joseph (Joe) (see also Berthiuame)
          86: 8-28 12; 12-11 1
          87: 4-30 1; 11-12 1
          88: 2-25 11; 4-16 2
Berthiuame, Joe (see also Berthiaume) 87: 2-12 1, 12; 3-5 2; 11-5 1, 2, 3 LTE
Bertholf, Leigh
          89: 8-31 11
          90: 7-26 1
-, Rodney (Rod)
          90: 7-26 1
          92: 11-5 5 (P)
Bertilson, Hal
          88: 4-27 1 (P); 9-8 15; 11-10 9; 11-17 2; 12-1 2; 12-8 4
          89: 1-26 1 (P), 4 (P); 2-2 2; 2-9 2; 2-16 2; 2-23 2; 3-2 2; 3-16 2; 4-6 14; 12-14 1
          90: 1-25 1; 9-13 15
          91: 7-3 5, 7; 9-26 1
          92: 2-6 1; 2-20 1; 3-19 4
          93: 1-28 1
          94: 2-3 1
Bertiucci, Ryan (see also Bertucci) 96: 2-22 9
Bertoni, Dr John 98: 2-5 8
Bertrand, Brian 94: 2-24 8
-, Deb
          72: 9-28 4; 11-9 2
          73: 4-3 2; 4-26 1; 5-3 1; 8-30 2 (P); 9-6 1, 2, 5; 9-13 2, 8; 9-20 2; 9-27 2; 10-4 2, 3; 10-11
                  2; 10-18 2; 10-25 2; 11-1 2; 11-7 1, 2; 11-15 2
          74: 9-19 8
-, G Janelle
          78: 9-28 6
          79: 9-6 5
-, Neely
          97: 2-20 7; 2-27 7; 3-6 7; 3-20 6; 9-25 6
          98: 2-19 7; 3-5 5
-, Tyson (Ty)
          96: 2-8 13; 4-18 8
          97: 1-23 7; 1-30 7; 2-6 7; 2-20 7; 2-27 7; 3-20 7
          98: 4-9 5 (P); 4-16 6; 4-23 5; 4-30 9
          99: 1-21 5; 4-1 7; 4-15 5; 4-22 5; 4-29 7
          2000: 2-3 6; 2-10 5; 2-24 5; 3-2 5; 3-23 5; 3-30 7; 4-6 9; 4-13 6; 4-20 10; 4-27 11
Bertucci, Ryan (see also Bertiucci) 96: 2-29 9
-, Todd 98: 12-10 13
Beruman, Brandon 96: 4-18 9
Berur, Jill 79: 10-28 3
Besar, Tara 96: 12-12 4
Besel, Darin 87: 1-22 11
Beshore, Deb
          89: 2-23 6
          92: 4-2 11
-, Jennifer 92: 10-22 2 (P)
Beshore, Paul 75: 3-6 3
Besse, Jack
          83: 11-17 1
          84: 5-3 10 (P)
          -, Renee
          89: 8-31 11
          94: 9-29 11
          98: 11-12 1; 12-3 1
Bessemer, Joel (see also Bessmer) 88: 5-5 2
Bessey, Maybelle 71: 2-11 4
-, Nancy
          77: 12-8 8
          79: 4-5 Encounter 3; 4-26 1 (P)
Bessinger, Bob 92: 9-24 5
Bessmer, Jay
          86: 4-17 6; 9-5 9 (P)
          87: 9-24 1; 10-22 4 (P)
-, Joel (see also Bessemer)
          87: 4-16 1; 10-22 1 (P); 11-19 1
           88: 1-14 6
           2002: 4-11 1
-, Kathy
           87: 7-9 6; 10-1 5 (P); 10-29 1; 12-10 1
           88: 11-10 5 (P)
           89: 4-6 2
Bessmertnykh, Alexander A 71: 4-20 9 (P), 10, 11, 12
Best, Amy 80: 5-1 Encounter 5 (P)
-, Barb 80: 3-27 Encounter 3
-, Carol
           77: 11-10 6
           81: 11-5 3 LTE
           84: 7-26 2 LTE
           86: 7-8 5 (P)
           92: 9-17 16
           96: 9-12 11 (P)
           97: 3-6 2
           98: 4-30 4
           2001: 2-8 2
-, Kerrill 78: 1-26 10
-, Randy 81: 3-26 3
-, Shaun 81: 7-23 1 (P)
Best and Worst Date Contest 94: 2-17 1
Best of Fiction Poetry 92: 4-16 10; 4-23 12
„Best Looking Guy on Campus‟ (contest) 83: 4-14 1, 6
Beta (Greek leadership retreat) 96: 1-25 10
Beta Beta Beta (biology honorary)
           71: 2-18 5; 3-11 4; 9-3 10
           72: 8-31 6; 10-26 7
           73: 9-6 3; 11-7 5; 12-13 5
           75: 8-29 10
           76: 4-29 3
           77: 3-3 1
           79: 9-20 3; 10-11 1
           81: 12-3 3
Beta Sigma Phi
           79: 9-20 9
Beta Sigma Psi (Lutheran social fraternity)
           71: 1-14 3; 2-18 5; 2-25 4; 5-13 3; 5-20 3; 9-3 9; 10-21 4; 10-28 4
           72: 1-13 3; 2-3 3; 2-10 4; 2-24 4; 4-13 4; 4-27 4; 5-4 3, 4; 11-30 1
           73: 1-18 3; 2-15 6; 3-1 1, 4; 3-29 1; 4-26 4; 5-10 4
           74: 4-18 3; 10-17 1
           75: 1-30 4; 4-4 8; 8-29 7
           76: 2-5 5; 2-12 10; 4-1 7; 9-29 4; 10-7 3
           77: 3-31 6; 5-5 2; 12-8 1
           78: 10-12 7; 10-26 7
           79: 4-5 3; 11-8 3; 11-15 3, 7
           80: 3-27 6; 10-2 6, 7
           81: 9-24 6
           82: 1-28 4
           83: 9-29- 4; 11-17 5
           85: 4-25 1; 9-5 1; 11-14 1
           86: 2-6 2; 10-9 1
-, Easter egg sale of 71: 3-25 4
-, history of 87: 5-7 2
-, list of pledges to 74: 10-3 1
-, participation in Bike Bowl by
          77: 4-28 3
          79: 4-5 8
          84: 3-29 5; 4-26 1
          85: 4-30 1; 5-2 10
          86: 4-10 1
          87: 4-2 1
          88: 4-21 2
          89: 2-23 1
-, photo of house hof 78: 2-23 5
-, reorganization of 88: 1-28 1
-, sponsorship of barbecue by 78: 4-27 1
-, sponsorship of contestant in Mr Knobby Knees Contest by 74: 2-21 3
-, vandalism to house of
          86: 10-30 1
          90: 2-8 6; 2-15 5
Beta Sigma Psi Gold Rose Formal
          71: 4-1 4
          73: 4-12 10
Betancourt, Robert 94: 10-6 12
Betaseron (drug) 94: 3-10 6
Bethel United Methodist Church 94: 2-10 2
Bethel, Betty (Bettey) (see also Bethell)
          71: 11-18 3
          74: 9-26 6
          75: 10-30 6
          78: 3-30 1
          81: 10-1 8
          84: 4-12 6; 6-21 1
          85: 2-12 3
          87: 6-25 8
Bethell, Betty (see also Bethel)
          71: 5-13 1; 11-4 1
          72: 4-6 3; 6-22 1; 8-31 7; 9-7 3; 10-19 5
          73: 2-1 2; 2-15 3; 3-8 4; 8-30 8; 9-27 3; 11-29 8
          74: 3-7 5; 3-21 3; 5-9 3; 8-29 5; 11-21 2 LTE
          75: 4-24 5
          76: 2-19 1
          77: 3-31 6; 4-28 1
          79: 10-11 7; 11-29 Encounter 7
          80: 6-19 3
          83: 4-6 5 (P); 10-20 4
          86: 4-17 687: 11-12 6
          91: 1-31 5
          93: 3-11 1
Bethphage Mission
          73: 4-12 7
          89: 11-9 5
          90: 11-8 6
          93: 12-9 6
Betke, Betty 79: 4-26 1
Bettendorf, Beverly Levi 87: 9-17 2; 11-19 1
Bettendorf, Mark 85: 10-23 2 (P), 5 (P)
Better Business Bureau 80: 12-11 Encounter 8
Better Newspaper Contest 90: 4-12 2
Better Speech and Hearing Month 98: 4-23 2
Betterman, Larry (see also Bettermann)
         79: 3-22 1; 11-29 Encounter 2 (P)
         81: 6-25 3; 10-29 5
         84: 12-6 9
         97: 11-6 4
-, Linda 83: 12-2 5
-, Sue 97: 4-17 1, 12
Bettermann, Larry (see also Betterman)
         78: 8-31 11; 11-30 4 (P)
         79: 12-6 3
Bettge, Fred 77: 12-8 9
Bettmer, Doug 95: 9-28 2 (P)
Betts, Becky 81: 5-7 7 (P); 7-23 3
-, Shannon 97: 2-13 10
Betty Boop (database) 94: 11-3 1
„Betty Boop Scandals‟ (film) 77: 10-6 1, 3
Betty Jane‟s (business)
         92: 2-13 1
         99: 9-16 7
Betz, Brannan (Brannen, Brandon, Branden)
         96: 4-25 12; 11-7 8
         97: 2-27 6; 4-3 6; 9-18 8
         98: 2-26 5
Betzer, Frank
         86: 8-28 12; 11-13 1; 11-20 6
         87: 4-2 1; 4-16 1; 5-7 2; 8-27 5
Betzold, Bob 87: 4-9 7; 4-30 7
-, Tamara 84: 10-9 8
Beucher, Candy 78: 6-15 5
Beuchler, Lisa 82: 7-22 6 (P)
Beukelman, David 87: 1-22 2
Beutler, Chris
         80: 4-24 1
         84: 4-5 1
         86: 2-27 1; 3-7 2; 4-10 1 (P); 4-17 1 (P)
         97: 11-13 6
-, Joshua 98: 9-3 9
-, Tom
         85: 10-3 6 (P)
         87: 10-22 1 (P)
         88: 5-5 1
Beuttner, Daniel 91: 5-2 1
Bevan, Brenda 72: 1-20 5
Bevard, Darlene
         82: 10-14 4
         83: 9-8 5; 11-17 4
         84: 2-16 9; 4-5 5; 9-27 2; 10-2 2
         85: 3-21 8, 12; 10-23 4
-, Janice 72: 5-4 3
Bevens, Vicki 75: 7-17 1
Beveridge, Carmie
         78: 10-5 2 LTE
         79: 9-20 5; 11-29 1
         80: 1-10 1
         81: 9-17 4
-, Janell Godberson 2002: 10-10 2, 8
Beverly, Karen 71: 12-9 7
Beyer, A P 75: 9-11 5
-, Claudette 87: 12-3 2
-, Curtis (Curt, Kurt) (see also Beyur)
         71: 1-7 1; 2-18 1; 3-25 3; 4-29 5; 5-13 4; 9-23 4
         72: 5-4 3; 11-2 1
         73: 3-29 5; 4-12 5; 9-13 8; 11-7 5
         76: 2-5 9
         77: 6-23 1
-, Derek 92: 9-3 7
-, Holl Tonjes 81: 9-3 5
-, John 91: 12-13 11
-, Mitchell 85: 9-19 1
-, Nolan
         90: 4-12 8; 8-30 7; 9-20 7; 9-27 7; 10-11 7; 10-25 7 (P), 10; 11-1 7; 11-8 8 (P)
         91: 8-29 7; 9-12 7; 9-19 7 (P); 10-31 7; 11-7 7
         92: 8-27 7; 9-3 7, 8; 9-24 7; 10-1 7; 10-8 7; 10-22 7, 8 (P), 9; 10-29 7, 9 (P); 11-18 7 (P);
                  4-4 9; 4-25 9
         97: 10-23 7, 8
-, Renee 78: 10-5 12
-, Tracy 89: 4-20 7; 11-16 8
-, Twila 76: 2-12 1
Beyke, Cecilia
         71: 3-25 4
         72: 4-27 1
         73: 5-3 3
-, Marlene 87: 4-2 1
Beyl, Kory
         87: 9-24 1; 10-8 1; 12-3 1
         88: 2-18 1 (P); 2-25 1; 3-17 1 (P); 3-24 1; 4-14 1; 4-21 1; 4-28 1; 5-5 1; 6-23 1; 8-25 1; 9-
                  29 1; 10-6 3 LTE, 12; 10-12 1 (P), 4 (P); 11-3 6; 11-10 1; 11-17 1, 2 (P); 12-8 1
         89: 1-12 1; 1-19 1; 2-9 1; 2-16 1; 2-23 1 (P); 3-2 1; 3-16 1; 3-30 1; 4-6 1; 4-13 1; 4-20 1;
                  4-27 1; 5-4 1; 8-31 1, 3 (P); 9-7 2; 9-14 1; 9-28 1, 11 (P); 10-5 1; 10-12 3 (P)
         90: 1-18 1, 6; 1-25 1, 3; 2-1 1; 2-8 1, 2, 14; 2-15 1; 2-22 3 (P); 3-1 1; 3-8 2
„Beyond Conception‟ (film) 71: 11-4 1
Beyur, Curtis (Curt) (see also Beyer) 74: 1-31 5; 3-28 3
Bhatta, Ashish 94: 2-24 2 (P)
Bhattarai, Bibke 2001: 11-1 8
-, Raju (Rajiv)
         93: 3-18 6 (P); 4-29 6
         95: 2-9 10; 12-7 4
Bhojpure, Sirish 96: 1-25 9
Bias, Len
         88: 1-21 4
         99: 3-11 6
-, Lonise
         88: 1-21 4 (P)
         99: 2-25 6; 3-11 6
Bible and Life Inter-Varsity Conference 72: 11-2 4
Bible Blast (event) 73: 1-25 8
bibliographic instruction 79: 11-8 6
Bicak, Barbara (Barb)
         77: 3-3 1; 9-1 9
         79: 1-11 6
         80: 3-13 6
-, Charles
          72: 4-13 5
          74: 8-1 1
          94: 3-10 6; 3-17 3; 9-15 9
          97: 9-4 6
          98: 1-15 6; 3-5 1; 8-27 2
          2002: 4-25 8; 11-21 1, 8
-, Iris 80: 9-18 8
-, James 94: 9-15 9
-, Jim 76: 6-24 8
-, Laddie (L J)
          71: 1-7 5; 1-14 1; 4-1 5; 5-20 4; 7-29 1; 12-9 3; 12-16 1
          72: 2-3 3; 5-4 1; 7-20 1; 7-27 8; 8-31 4 (P)
          73: 7-19 1 (P); 7-26 1; 9-13 3, 8; 10-4 8; 11-29 8; 12-13 3
          74: 1-31 1; 2-28 3, 6; 3-21 6; 4-11 3, 6; 7-26 7; 8-1 1; 8-29 4; 9-5 3; 10-3 3; 12-5 1; 12-19
                   6
          75: 2-13 4; 5-8 1; 7-24 3; 10-2 3; 11-6 4
          76: 1-22 3; 10-14 3
          77: 1-27 4; 2-3 8; 4-21 7; 7-28 4
          78: 2-2 7; 2-9 1; 7-13 1; 9-21 4
          80: 2-28 4; 6-19 7; 7-17 3; 12-11 8
          81: 6-25 3
          85: 2-5 6 LTE; 4-25 7 (P)
          86: 7-31 5
          88: 10-6 14
          89: 5-4 13 (P)
          94: 9-15 9
Bicentennial 75: 11-6 6
Bicentennial Committee
          75: 1-30 1
          76: 2-12 10; 4-29 3; 6-24 3; 9-16 1; 11-18 5
          77: 3-3 1
Bicentennial Symposium 76: 3-18 3; 3-25 3; 4-1 7
Bicentennial Youth Debates 75: 11-6 4
Bickett, Ruth 71: 2-4 4; 4-22 4
Bico, Cesar 73: 11-15 5
Bico‟s Café (business)
          73: 9-6 6; 9-13 6; 9-20 6
          78: 9-14 5
bicycle racks 71: 9-16 1
-, installation of 73: 8-30 1
bicycle routes 79: 3-22 7
bicycle safety 98: 9-18 9
bicycle trips across the country
          72: 7-13 8
          82: 3-18 5
          84: 7-12 6
bicycles 74: 4-4 5
-, exhibit featuring 78: 4-13 1
-, Kearney Police Department use of 91: 9-26 1
-, laws regarding operation of 92: 9-24 4
-, locks on 91: 9-19 1
-, recreational riding of 91: 3-28 9
-, registration of 73: 9-13 1
-, rental by Student Union of 71: 9-16 1
-, storage of
          87: 12-3 10
          92: 9-24 4
-, theft of 73: 5-10 3
-, tips for buyers of 77: 5-5 8
bicycling
          79: 6-14 7
          81: 4-2 3
          89: 9-7 5
Biddecome, Scott (see also Biddlecome) 89: 8-31 7; 9-7 7
Biddlecome, Scott (see also Biddecome) 89: 4-20 8
Bidelman, Zac (Zachary) 95: 8-24 9; 11-16 14
Bidenburg, James 94: 1-20 12
Bidmon, Helga 73: 4-3 7 (P), 8
Bieber, Carrie Ann 81: 9-3 5
-, Diane 72: 4-27 5
-, Gunter
          72: 1-27 3; 11-30 8
          73: 3-1 1
          77: 7-28 6
-, Marva 91: 9-19 4 (P)
Bieck, Fred W
          72: 6-22 1, 2; 7-27 3
          73: 3-1 5
Biehl, Carol
          72: 4-6 3
          73: 9-27 3
Bielenberg, Ron
          80: 9-4 1
          81: 3-19 1; 10-29 Accent 4
          82: 3-18 4
          88: 7-14 7
BienField Gazette see The Bienfield Gazette (publication)(see also Beanfield Gazette)
Bienhoff, Julianne (Julie) 71: 3-4 5; 4-15 1; 4-29 5
-, Lynn 78: 4-20 8
-, Paul
          74: 7-26 7
          78: 6-29 6
-, Randy
          83: 4-6 7; 4-14 8; 4-21 8; 4-28 9; 9-15 11; 9-22 14; 10-6 11; 10-13 14
          84: 4-5 12 (P); 5-3 13
          85: 3-28 11; 4-18 12; 4-30 6
          88: 4-28 9
-, Susan Wilson 81: 1-29 1; 2-12 1
- -, suit brought by
          80: 12-11 1
          81: 12-10 1
Biennoff, Hanna (Bienhoff?) 2002: 11-7 1
Bierbauer, Charles 89: 10-5 11
Bierbower, Annie 2001: 9-27 4; 10-4 10, 11; 10-11 4; 10-18 9; 11-1 4; 11-8 11; 11-15 11; 11-29 4;
                   12-6 9; 12-13 6, 13
Bierman, Dale 92: 10-8 2 (P)
Bierman, Kendra
          88: 4-28 11; 10-12 10 (P)
          89: 1-12 7; 1-26 8; 2-2 9; 2-9 10; 2-23 6 (P), 8; 3-16 7; 12-14 9
          90: 11-15 9 (P); 12-6 7; 12-13 8
          91: 1-24 9; 1-31 9 (P); 2-7 10; 3-7 8; 10-10 4; 12-5 9
          92: 1-30 7; 2-6 7
Bierstadt, Albert
         82: 12-9 1
         83: 1-27 1; 2-3 1; 2-10 2
         86: 9-25 4
Biesecker, Al 77: 3-31 1; 9-22 4
Biff‟s Bombers 80: 2-7 5
Big Apple Fun Center(business)
         76: 7-9 8; 9-2 11
         81: 3-19 1
         83: 4-28 Accent 8
         85: 2-12 3; 2-26 1
         89: 2-23 2; 3-2 2; 3-16 2; 3-30 2, 10; 6-29 7
         90: 1-25 2; 6-21 7; 6-28 5; 7-19 8; 9-13 15
         92: 4-9 10; 4-16 10; 11-5 8
         93: 10-14 10
         95: 1-19 7; 11-30 6
         97: 4-3 6, 7
         99: 10-7 5
         2002: 12-5 7
Big Apple Bowling Center 84: 2-2 3; 2-16 3
Big Bend Audubon Society
         72: 10-12 10
         80: 11-20 3
         90: 4-5 9
Big Blue River, study of 73: 9-20 3
Big Brother 3 (TV show) 2002: 9-19 9
Big Brother-Big Sister program 84: 9-6 13
Big Brother Program
         75: 2-20 3; 9-11 8
         76: 2-5 5
         78: 1-26 3; 9-28 3
         79: 10-25 Encounter 5
         80: 9-11 9
         90: 4-26 9
Big Brothers, Big Sisters 2002: 2-21 8
„Big Dumb Face‟ 2001: 4-19 4
Big Eight Conference 93: 4-1 11
Big Fork River, raft trip on 74: 9-26 5
Big Friends Program
         90: 10-11 17
         91: 12-5 16; 12-13 14
         92: 1-23 12
         96: 1-25 4; 10-10 11
Big Hair Contest
         90: 3-1 1
         93: 4-1 9
„Big Man on Campus‟ contest
         98: 4-16 2; 4-30 7
         99: 4-22 4
         2000: 4-20 8
         2001: 4-12 1
         2002: 4-18 2; 4-25 10; 5-2 13
Big Red Riot (event) 87: 12-3 4
„Big River‟ (play)
         89: 9-7 12
         90: 1-25 2; 2-1 6; 2-15 1
Big Shots (band)
         78: 4-20 1; 4-27 1
         79: 4-26 1
Big Sister Program
         74: 10-17 9
         75: 2-20 3; 9-11 8
         76: 2-5 5
         78: 1-26 3; 9-28 3
         79: 10-25 Encounter 5
         80: 9-11 9
Big Sister/Little Sister Dinner 2002: 3-7 7
Big Week 73: 4-19 3; 4-26 1
Bigbee, Dan 86: 8-28 12; 9-5 1 (P)
Bigelow, Brad
         74: 4-4 3
         75: 11-6 10; 12-4 4
         83: 7-28 6
-, George 73: 1-25 3
-, Mark
         87: 11-19 9; 12-10 9
         88: 1-28 9; 4-14 8
Biggers, Clyde 73: 10-11 1
Biggs, Dean 76: 7-9 7
-, Tojo 93: 9-2 7
Bigham, Lois 77: 2-17 6
Biglan, Theresa (see also Biglin) 82: 10-14 11
Bigley, Christy (see also Bigly) 89: 3-2 9 (P); 11-16 12 (P)
-, Kathy 99: 9-16 2
-, Ken
         97: 4-24 10
         98: 9-3 1
         99: 2-25 1; 3-4 1
-, Wendy 92: 10-1 14
-, William (see also Bigly) 73: 10-11 3
Biglin, Theresa (Teresa) (see also Biglan)
         82: 11-11 12
         83: 2-17 8; 11-17 9; 12-8 9
         84: 2-2 12; 2-16 11
         85: 1-2 7; 11-14 8
Bigly, Bill (see also Bigley) 72: 10-12 7
-, Christy (see also Bigley) 89: 3-2 9
Bigson, Billy 83: 11-17 8
-, Peggy 92: 1-30 14
Bike-A-Thon 80: 9-18 3
Bike Bowl
         71: 3-4 5; 3-11 4; 3-18 7; 4-1 4; 4-15 1, 3; 4-22 1; 4-29 5
         72: 2-24 1; 3-23 4; 4-6 5; 4-13 4, 5; 4-20 1, 6; 4-27 4
         73: 2-15 7; 3-1 5; 3-8 3; 3-22 5; 3-29 1, 10; 4-5 1, 3; 4-12 1; 4-19 1, 2, 5; 5-3 8
         74: 2-21 3; 2-28 3; 3-28 6; 4-4 1, 8; 4-18 1, 3, 4; 4-25 1, 4, 5; 5-2 1, 3
         75: 1-23 1; 2-6 1; 3-20 3; 4-4 1, 3; 4-17 1, 3; 4-24 4, 5
         76: 2-12 3; 3-4 4; 3-18 3; 4-1 7; 4-8 3; 4-15 3, 6; 4-23 1, 4; 4-29 5; 5-6 3; 12-2 3, 8
         77: 2-10 3; 3-24 4; 3-31 4; 4-14 1; 4-21 1, 5; 4-28 3, 5
         78: 2-2 1; 2-9 1; 2-16 1; 3-8 7; 4-6 1; 4-13 1; 4-20 1; 4-27 1, 6; 11-2 1; 12-7 1
         79: 3-22 1; 3-29 9; 4-5 3, 8; 4-12 1; 4-26 1; 5-3 1, 4, 5
         80: 2-14 1; 2-21 1; 3-6 1; 3-13 1; 3-27 6; 4-3 1; 4-17 1; 4-24 1; 5-1 3, 6
         81: 4-9 1; 4-30 5; 10-29 3; 10-29 Accent 3
          82: 1-21 5; 2-4 1; 2-25 1; 3-4 1; 4-1 1; 4-15 1, 3; 4-22 1, 6
          83: 3-3 4; 3-24 1; 4-28 1, 7; 12-2 1
          84: 1-26 3; 2-2 1; 2-23 3; 3-1 3; 3-29 5; 4-26 1; 5-3 1; 11-15 1
          85: 2-5 2; 2-12 2; 2-19 2; 2-26 2; 2-28 2; 3-5 1, 2; 3-21 2; 4-25 1, 6; 4-30 1; 5-2 10
          86: 2-27 2; 3-13 2; 4-10 1; 4-24 1; 5-1 2; 5-8 1, 7
          87: 3-5 2; 3-9 2; 3-26 2; 4-2 1; 4-30 1, 7
          88: 3-17 2; 3-24 2; 4-7 2, 12; 4-14 7; 4-21 1, 2; 4-28 1; 5-5 1, 8; 10-12 2; 10-27 2
          89: 2-16 2; 2-23 1, 2; 3-2 2; 3-16 2; 3-30 2; 4-20 1; 4-27 1; 5-4 1
          90: 2-1 6; 3-8 6; 4-12 2; 4-26 1; 5-3 1, 2
          91: 1-31 4; 4-25 1; 5-2 1
          92: 3-12 12; 3-19 10; 4-2 4; 4-16 10; 4-30 1
          93: 3-4 1; 4-1 2; 4-15 10; 4-22 10; 4-29 1, 8
          94: 4-7 11; 4-28 1
          95: 4-13 2
          96: 2-22 2; 3-28 7; 4-4 1, 2; 4-11 2, 6; 4-18 2; 4-25 1
          97: 4-10 1; 4-24 8, 9
          98: 4-30 11
          99: 4-1 2; 4-22 2; 4-29 1
          2000: 4-13 1
          2002: 4-4 9; 4-18 2, 3; 4-25 2; 5-2 1
-, flap over eligibility rules for 87: 4-16 1, 8
-, history of
          73: 4-12 3
          75: 4-17 4
          76: 4-23 1
          79: 4-26 1
          80: 3-27 6; 4-24 3
          89: 2-23 1
-, results of
          88: 5-5 11
          89: 4-20 8
-, schedule for 74: 4-18 3
-, search for site for 80: 1-24 1
Bike Bowl Merit Scholarship
          71: 5-6 1
          72: 1-20 3; 4-27 1
          73: 5-3 3
Bike Bowl Steering Committee
          71: 4-15 3
          72: 4-27 4
          77: 4-21 1
          81: 10-29 3
Bike‟s Burger (business) 76: 7-9 7
bikinis 75: 3-13 Special 3
Bilau, Jada 2002: 11-7 2 (P)
„Bilingual Education/English as a Second Language‟ (workshop) 88: 7-28 2; 8-4 6
bilingual teachers, demand for 85: 2-7 3
Bill, Kevin 90: 5-3 3
-, Virginia
          73: 10-11 3
          74: 5-9 8
Bill Barnes Trio 71: 6-24 1
Bill Evans Dance Company
          78: 10-26 1
          79: 5-3 1
Bill Gallagher Award 83; 4-6 7
Bill of Rights 90: 6-28 1
billboard, design by student of 84: 12-4 2
Billboard Music Awards 2001: 12-6 10
Biller, Deb 93: 4-22 1
Billesbach, Gary 75: 10-17
Billeter, Gary 75: 10-17 8 8
-, Steve
          74: 8-29 7
          76: 9-2 15; 10-14 1; 10-21 7
billiards, intramural 78: 10-12 13
billiards tournament
          81: 10-22 3; 11-12 3
          85: 3-5 10
Billings, Elizabeth 97: 10-9 10; 11-6 8
Billings, Jerry 71: 10-7 1
-, Judith (Judy) Sims
          81: 11-5 4
          83: 2-17 5; 9-22 12
          85: 3-21 10
          87: 2-5 11; 2-26 1; 4-30 9
          88: 4-7 4; 9-22 11; 10-12 15
          89: 3-2 9; 9-21 4; 9-28 11
          90: 2-15 4
- -, receipt of grant by 87: 5-7 10
-, Mary
          97: 10-30 10
          2000: 3-9 4 (P); 4-20 9; 11-9 1
Billmeyer, Rachel 92: 3-19 1
Bills, Shannon 87: 9-10 12
-, Stan 92: 2-20 10
Bill‟s Liquor (business)
          81: 3-19 1
          89: 9-28 5
          92: 2-13 5
          97: 10-2 8
Bill‟s Liquor West (business) 93: 3-11 6
bills unpaid 81: 3-19 7
Billsbach, Gary 76: 5-66 3
„Billy Jack‟ (film) 73: 1-11 7
 „Biloxi Blues‟ (play) 97: 2-27 2; 3-6 4
Bilslend, Chris
          97: 2-13 7; 3-13 8; 3-20 7
          98: 2-12 7; 9-3 8
-, Gwen Gould 75: 2-27 9; 3-13 7; 4-4 6 (P); 4-10 5; 5-1 6; 5-8 8
          76: 3-18 7; 3-25 6; 4-1 9; 4-15 5; 4-23 6; 5-6 6
          77: 2-10 11; 2-17 7; 3-3 4; 3-17 9; 3-24 8 (P); 4-21 9; 4-28 1, 9; 5-5 11
          88: 1-28 7
          97: 1-23 7; 2-6 6; 2-13 7; 3-13 7
          98: 2-19 7
-, Ward 73: 6-28 4; 7-26 3; 11-29 6, 7
Bilyeu, Sheila 77: 4-28 4; 7-21 2; 7-28 2
Bin Laden, Usama 2001: 10-4 3
Binaisi, Godfrey 93: 10-14 6
Bindes, Monica 93: 10-21 1
Bingaman, Bob 80: 12-11 1
binge drinking
          95: 9-14 6
          96:9-19 1
          97: 9-18 1, 4
          2002: 4-18 9
Binney and Smith Art Workshop 72: 7-6 4
Binnrich, James 2001: 10-11 3; 10-18 1, 2
Binns, Jon (John, Jonathan)
          86: 3-7 5; 10-9 8
          87: 3-26 7; 5-7 8
          88: 3-17 789: 3-30 9; 4-20 7; 4-7 9
Binsteadt, Julie 82: 4-29 1 (P)
„Biofeedback: Research and Application‟ (workshop) 77: 2-10 3
biology, possibility of discontinuing graduate program in 87: 4-2 4
Biology Club
          73: 11-7 5
          75: 2-27 1; 3-6 1; 3-20 6; 10-2 3; 11-13 3, 6; 11-20 6
          79: 3-1 1; 10-11 1
          81: 12-3 3
          98: 4-30 4
          2001: 10-18 2
„Biology in the Light of Evolution‟ 2001: 10-4 2; 10-11 2
Biorhythms 77: 10-20 5
Birch, Larry 74: 3-7 7; 4-18 7
Bird, Arlene 86: 7-31 4
-, Caroline
          74: 10-3 3 (P); 10-10 1 (P); 10-17 8
          75: 10-9 5
-, Jess 2002: 1-31 7
-, Joe
          84: 7-19 5; 9-25 3; 11-6 2
          85: 1-15 5; 1-17 6; 1-22 2; 2-26 1; 5-2 1; 6-25 1, 4; 9-5 1; 9-26 2; 10-3 2; 10-23 1
          86: 2-13 5, 12; 3-13 10; 4-3 2
          87: 5-7 10
-, Julie 75: 12-18 2 LTE
-, Stacy 90: 10-11 14 (P)
Bird Calls (band) 82: 4-22 7
bird feeder, donation of 79: 10-11 1
birdwatching 80: 2-28 Encounter 4
Birge, John 82: 6-17 4; 9-16 1
Birkby, Paul 84: 7-26 8 (P)
Birkestrand, Christopher 93: 2-11 12
Birkmann, Linda
          72: 4-13 1
          76: 4-23 4
-, Steve
          72: 6-29 1
          73: 11-29 3
Birks, Arthur 76: 10-14 3
Birnbach, Lisa 82: 2-4 5
Birnie, Kent 90: 7-12 7
Birpun, Maha 2001: 11-8 9
Birt, Debra 73: 9-27 8
-, Kevin 97: 4-24 10
birth control 93: 3-18 9
birth control pill, morning after 75: 4-4 8
birth parents, search for 90: 3-29 1, 6
birthday cakes 85: 2-28 6
birthdays on holidays 87: 12-10 5
birthing chair 80: 4-3 8
Birthright (organization)
          71: 10-28 1
          83: 2-10 5
          86: 2-13 1, 2
Bisbee, Chuck 89: 2-23 1
-, John
          89: 11-2 9; 12-7 8
          91: 11-21 7
Bischof, Debi (Debbie, Debra)
          86: 3-13 1; 4-3 1; 5-8 2
          88: 5-5 1
bisexual students 2002: 2-7 2
Bish, Jim
          82: 4-29 8; 10-7 1
          83: 4-21 3
-, Kathleen 73: 2-15 6
-, Milan
          73: 1-18 3
          74: 1-17 1
          85: 4-18 14
          87: 2-19 2
Bishku, Michael B
          87: 9-3 4
          88: 5-5 2
Bishop, Andrew 2000: 4-13 3 LTE
-, Andy 81: 10-8 4 (P)
-, Ellishequea (Ellisequea)
          94: 10-13 9
          95: 2-16 1 (P); 4-27 9; 10-5 6
          96: 1-25 6; 2-2 10; 2-22 10; 3-14 10; 11-7 9; 11-14 9, 10; 11-21 12
          97: 2-6 11
-, Heather 2000: 1-27 2 (P); 3-23 1
-, Pat 73: 3-1 4
-, Paul
          74: 8-29 175: 11-13 8
          76: 11-18 7
          78: 2-16 6; 5-4 13, 14, 15 (P); 8-31 14
          79: 12-6 3
          81: 10-8 4 (P)
          83: 12-2 5
          84: 4-26 7; 9-13 10; 10-16 8; 11-29 10; 12-6 9
          85: 2-5 2; 2-7 2; 2-12 2; 9-19 4
          86: 9-18 2
          88: 9-22 11
          89: 4-20 1
          90: 3-8 8
          92: 10-29 14
          98: 4-30 5
-, Ronald (Ron)
          73: 10-4 1
          74: 11-14 5
          81: 11-5 3
-, Sandy 71: 1-7 5; 2-4 4
-, Susan (Sue)
          74: 9-12 1; 9-19 1; 10-17 3
          75: 9-25 6
Biss, Jim 92: 10-8 1 (P)
-, Larry 71: 5-6 4
Bissel, Kim (see also Bissell) 73: 5-10 1
-, Rowena 71: 10-14 4
Bissell, Kim (see also Bissel)
          72: 9-28 8; 10-19 4, 7; 11-16 1
          73: 5-3 3; 5-10 4
          74: 2-21 4
Bissell Decorating Studio (business) 97: 9-4 11
Bitney, Kevin 95: 10-12 14
Bits and Pieces (band) 73: 6-21 2
Bitterman, Shem 89: 7-27 4; 10-12 10
Bittfield, Joe 73: 11-1 9
-, Sue
          89: 6-22 5, 6; 6-29 2, 4; 7-20 4, 6; 7-27 2
          90: 6-21 2; 6-28 1, 2, 8; 7-12 2; 7-19 1, 2, 4; 7-26 1, 2, 5
Bitting, Angie 94: 1-27 6
Bittl, Mark 2001: 2-15 1
Bittman, Jerry 80: 10-2 8
-, Katie
          99: 2-25 2
          2000: 11-16 8
          2001: 3-29 2
Bittmer, Tracy 91: 11-21 9
Bixenmann, Debra Long (Deb)
          84: 9-6 4; 12-6 13 (P)
          90: 1-18 5
-, Jeff
          83: 4-28 5
          84: 12-6 13 (P)
Bjerke, Pam 2000: 10-26 2
Bjorkland, Donovan 79: 3-22 6
Bjorklund, Christine (Chris)
          71: 4-22 5
          72: 1-13 3
          73: 5-3 3
-, Doug 85: 2-28 12; 9-12 2
-, Karil 80: 11-6 1
-, Robert (Bob) 81: 3-5 10 (P); 3-26 1; 4-2 1; 4-23 1
Bjornsen, Deneil 75: 11-6 3
Blaase, Pamela (Pam) 78: 2-2 1; 10-5 8
Blaasi, Stacy 81: 10-1 1
Black, Allen 72: 4-13 1
-, Claudia
          89: 4-20 6
          90: 3-1 6; 4-26 6
-, Dale
          71: 2-4 5; 3-18 7
          73: 1-18 1
-, Eugene 73: 2-15 9
-, Gary 71: 3-25 2
-, Hilde 75: 9-25 9
-, Joyce 2002: 4-11 1
-, Lora 94: 11-17 2; 12-1 2
-, Rachael 2002: 9-19 1, 2
-, Stephanie 73: 9-13 5
-, Steve
          71: 11-11 6
          72: 4-20 8
          73: 3-1 6; 3-22 6; 3-29 8; 5-10 6
          74: 3-21 5; 4-25 7; 5-2 8; 10-3 6
          75: 4-17 6; 4-24 7 (P); 5-1 6; 9-18 8
          76: 3-25 7; 4-1 9; 4-29 6
          77: 3-31 9
-, Timothy (Tim)
          93: 4-22 3 LTE
          94: 9-15 3 LTE; 9-29 2 (P)
„Black American Literature‟ (course) 72: 11-16 5
Black Bean Chili 2002: 2-14 7
Black Diamond (band) 91: 10-17 4
„Black Elk Speaks‟ (book) 97: 11-6 1; 11-13 2
„Black Elk Speaks‟ (play)
          77: 12-1 1; 12-8 3
          78: 1-12 1; 1-19 1, 3; 2-2 1; 2-9 1; 3-16 1; 3-30 1; 11-9 6
          91: 7-3 2; 7-18 4
black eyes 89: 4-13 14
„Black Hawk Down‟ (film) 2002: 10-31 2; 11-7 2, 4
Black History Month
          90: 2-22 2, 3
          91: 1-31 4; 2-14 2, 10; 2-21 1, 12
          92: 2-20 1, 10; 2-27 10
          93: 2-11 1
          94: 2-10 2; 2-24 1, 3
          95: 1-19 1; 2-2 1
          96: 2-2 10; 2-8 1
          97: 2-27 8
          98: 1-29 1; 2-5 3
          99: 2-11 5
          2000: 2-17 1
          2001: 2-1 2; 2-8 2; 2-15 2, 7
-, panel discussion by black students for 91: 2-21 1
black holes 2002: 4-18 1
Black Leadership Conference 2002: 2-21 2
Black „n‟ Blue (group) 88: 4-21 6
Black Student Association
          98: 8-27 2; 9-17 1, 9; 10-15 1
          99: 2-11 5; 4-15 2, 4
          2000: 2-17 1; 9-7 1
          2001: 1-18 1
black students
          83: 2-10 6, 7
          93: 4-29 1, 2
-, recruitment of 71: 2-25 5
Black Water (band) 80: 2-7 4; 4-24 7
Blackberry Winter (band)
          73: 4-19 3
          76: 3-4 5; 3-25 1
          77: 12-8 9
          79: 3-1 7
         80: 2-7 4; 3-13 1
Blackboard 2001: 9-20 1
Blackburn, Chris 82: 2-25 1
-, Clay 78: 4-6 4
-, Wayne 73: 1-11 1
-, William (Bill)
         79: 10-4 2 LTE
         80: 12-11 5
         81: 9-3 1; 10-29 Accent 1; 11-5 1; 12-10 1
         82: 2-25 1
         84: 10-23 8
         85: 2-5 3; 4-2 6 LTE
         86: 2-13 12
Blacker, Robin 84: 12-6 21
Blackhawk (group) 97: 4-3 1; 4-17 13
Blacklander, Brock 95: 8-24 2 (P)
Blackledge, Jo Anne 78: 1-19 1
-, Keith
         71: 2-11 3
         87: 8-27 1; 11-5 1
         88: 9-22 1; 10-12 1
         89: 6-22 1; 9-7 1
         90: 6-21 1; 6-28 1
Blacklight Sunshine (band) 2000: 2-24 4
Blackman, Clay
         77: 11-10 7; 11-17 1; 12-8 8
         79: 3-22 9
         80: 11-6 1
         81: 4-2 1
-, Jeffrey (see also Blackmon)
         77: 10-20 5
         78: 11-30 1
-, Wes
         83: 10-13 4 (P)
         86: 1-23 3; 1-30 3; 2-6 3; 2-13 3; 2-20 3; 2-27 3; 3-7 3; 3-13 3; 4-3 3; 4-10 3; 4-17 3; 4-24
                  3; 5-1 3; 5-8 3; 8-28 3; 9-5 3, 6 (P); 9-11 3; 9-25 3; 10-2 3; 10-9 3; 10-30 3; 11-6
                  3; 11-13 3; 12-4 3; 12-11 3
Blackmon, Jeff (see also Blackman) 77: 9-29 1
blacks in athletics 88: 2-4 10
Blacks in Nebraska 94: 2-24 1
blacksmiths 88: 4-21 4
Blackstone, LaTice 95: 1-19 1, 12
Blackwater (band) 80: 3-13 1; 8-28 1
Blackwell, Joyce 2001: 10-11 2
-, Mary 87: 3-5 5
„Blade‟ 98: 8-27 10
„Bladerunner‟ (film) 83: 2-3 7
Blaha, Jerry 90: 11-8 12
Blair, Bob
         80: 9-25 1
         81: 9-10 6
-, Chris
         2001: 3-29 4; 11-29 6
         2002: 11-21 5; 12-12 4
-, Darin 97: 2-20 9
-, Heidi 91: 10-17 2 (P)
-, Jennifer S 93: 3-4 10
-, Stoney 75: 9-5 10
-, Tony
         74: 1-24 4; 9-12 6
         75: 2-27 8 (P); 5-1 7; 8-29 13; 9-5 11; 10-23 7
-, Tony
         76: 9-29 10
         77: 1-27 8; 2-3 6; 3-17 9; 4-14 5
Blake, Gordon J
         71: 3-11 5
         72: 1-27 3; 3-10 2, 6; 4-20 1
         73: 5-3 5; 9-27 8
         74: 10-24 3; 11-6 5
         75: 2-27 1; 3-6 4
         79: 9-6 6
         80: 3-6 5; 10-9 4
         81: 2-5 7
         83: 2-3 5
         87: 5-7 1
         88: 5-5 7
         89: 5-4 12
         90: 9-6 1
         92: 10-8 5 (P)
         99: 3-25 7
-, Herman 2002: 4-25 2
-, Janet
         83: 9-1 6; 10-6 7; 11-17 4; 11-17 Accent 2, 5
         84: 2-16 9; 3-29 7; 4-26 Accent 6; 5-3 3; 6-28 4; 8-30 17; 9-20 2; 9-25 2; 9-27 2; 10-9 10;
                  10-23 2
         85: 1-29 3; 2-21 6; 3-21 8; 4-11 9; 10-10 6
         86: 3-7 4; 7-24 1; 8-28 11; 9-5 1; 9-18 9
-, Joan 87: 7-16 4
-, Nancy 95: 4-27 2
-, Peg 92: 10-8 1
Blakely, Brian
         2001: 9-13 5; 9-20 5, 10; 9-27 5; 10-4 5; 10-11 5; 10-18 5; 11-1 5; 11-8 10; 11-15 5; 11-
                  29 5; 12-6 5; 12-13 7
         2002: 2-21 1
Blakeman, Charlene 84: 2-9 7
Blaker, David 93: 3-4 10
Blanchard, Evan
         74: 12-12 3
         78: 12-14 3
         79: 1-26 3
-, Gary 80: 3-6 4
-, Paul 78: 12-14 3
Blanco, David 91: 2-14 9
-, Juan 83: 11-17 Accent 8
Blaney, Michael
Blank, Brett
         2000: 9-14 6
         2001: 3-29 2 (P)
-, Don
         74: 3-28 3 (P); 5-9 1
         90: 1-18 1; 6-14 1, 2; 6-21 1 (P); 6-28 1; 7-12 1, 8
         91: 10-24 1
          92: 9-17 1
          93: 9-16 1
          2002: 9-19 9
-, Seth
         2000: 1-20 5; 1-27 7; 2-3 1; 2-10 5; 2-24 5; 3-2 5, 6; 3-9 5; 3-23 5, 6; 3-30 7, 8; 4-6 7, 9;
                 4-13 5, 6; 4-20 9, 10; 4-27 10; 8-31 3, 5 (P); 9-7 3, 5, 6 (P); 9-14 3, 5, 6; 9-21 3,
                 5, 6 (P); 9-28 3, 5, 7; 10-5 3, 4; 10-12 3, 5, 6 (P); 10-26 3, 4 (P); 11-2 3, 5, 7; 11-
                 9 3, 7 (P); 11-16 3, 4, 7; 11-30 3, 4, 7; 12-7 3, 6 (P), 8; 12-11 3
         2001: 1-18 3, 5, 6; 1-25 3, 5 (P); 2-1 3, 5, 6; 2-8 3, 5 (P); 2-15 3, 5, 6 (P); 2-22 3 (P), 5, 6;
                 3-1 3 (P), 5; 3-8 3, 5, 6; 3-29 3, 4, 6; 4-4 3, 6 (P); 4-12 3, 5; 4-19 3, 5 (P), 6; 4-26
                 3, 7 (P)
Blanke, Bobbi 90: 11-15 2 (P)
Blankenau, Joseph (Joe)
         86: 11-6 2 (P)
         87: 7-9 3; 7-16 3
         88: 2-4 3 (P); 3-17 3 (P); 4-18 6; 4-21 3 (P); 4-28 1
         95: 8-24 2
         96: 4-4 6
-, Lori
         79: 8-30 6
         80: 2-7 3
-, Maya 96: 4-4 6
-, Monica 96: 4-4 6
Blankenbaker, Jim 89: 11-30 4 (P)
-, Sandra 87: 4-9 4
Blankenship, Al 76: 7-9 2
-, Bruce
         75: 10-17 4; 12-18 5
         76: 1-22 5; 2-12 8; 3-25 7; 4-8 Spring 4, 9; 9-9 10; 9-23 1; 9-29 12; 10-14 9; 11-18 7; 12-2
                 6
         77: 2-17 5; 2-24 8; 3-3 1; 4-14 4; 4-21 3; 6-23 6; 9-1 5; 9-8 5; 11-3 8; 12-8 9
         78: 2-2 10; 2-23 8; 3-8 11; 3-16 9; 4-6 8; 4-20 7, 8; 5-4 12; 9-7 11
         79: 1-11 8; 1-26 Encounter 7; 2-22 Encounter 4; 4-5 Encounter 2
         80: 3-27 1; 12-11 Encounter 8
         81: 1-22 7; 5-7 6; 7-30 1
         83: 6-23 6
         84: 6-28 8
         86: 3-7 1
         87: 3-26 1; 4-16 6
         89: 2-9 2; 10-19 1
-, Deb 82: 1-21 1; 1-28 1
-, Doug 71: 12-2 3
-, Kris
         99: 2-4 2 (P)
         2000: 9-28 2; 10-5 2; 10-12 2; 10-26 2; 11-9 2; 12-7 2
         2001: 9-27 6; 11-29 2; 12-6 2; 12-13 2
-, Sandy 73: 3-29 4 (P)
Blanton, Jared 2000: 11-9 1
Blantz, Richard 76: 11-4 3
Blaschke, Mark (see also Blaschko, Blashko, Blasko) 98: 11-12 7
Blaschko, Mark (see also Blaschke, Blashko, Blasko)
         94: 12-1 8
         95: 11-11 8 (P); 12-7 7
         96: 2-15 8 (P); 2-22 7; 2-29 7, 8; 3-7 8; 3-14 7; 3-28 5 (P); 10-24 7; 10-31 4; 12-5 9; 12-
                 12 7
         97: 1-23 6; 1-30 7; 2-6 7; 2-13 6; 3-6 1 (P), 6 (P), 7; 3-20 6; 10-30 7
         98: 2-5 5; 2-12 8; 2-19 8; 2-26 6; 3-5 5; 3-19 5
Blashko, Mark (see also Blaschke, Blaschko, Blasko) 97: 2-27 6 (P)
Blasko, Mark (see also Blaschke, Blaschko, Blashko) 98: 1-15 5
Blatchford, Joseph H 71: 10-21 2
Blatchley, Janet (Jan) (see also Batchley, Batchly, Blatchly)
         76: 3-18 7
         77: 3-24 9; 3-31 8; 5-5 10
Blatchly, Jan (see also Batchley, Batchly, Blatchley) 76: 4-8 6
Blatter, Helen 77: 11-17 8
-, Tracy
         78: 10-26 5
         80: 1-24 4
Blauch, Rachel 73: 10-4 4
Blauvelt, Ronald (Ron)
         72: 4-27 5; 5-4 1
         74: 3-28 3
Blauwcamp, Joan (see also Blauwkamp) 98: 10-1 6
Blauwkamp, Joan (see also Blauwcamp)
         97: 9-4 6
         2000: 9-28 6; 11-2 1
Blay, Bill 71: 3-4 2
Blaylock, Keith
         84: 9-20 13; 11-6 8
         87: 1-29 10 (P)
-, Meri 81: 11-12 4
Blazer, Roy 73: 8-30 3
„Blazing Guns at Roaring Gulch‟ (melodrama) 75: 7-10 1
Bleach, Janie 73: 12-13 7
-, Larry
         73: 2-1 9 (P); 4-19 4;‟ 6-21 4; 6-28 7; 12-13 7 (P)
         74: 1-24 5; 2-14 7
Bleach, Larry
         78: 6-29 6
         85: 7-9 8
-, Margaret 81: 7-23 10
-, Terry 81: 7-23 10
Blecha, Tim 73: 10-11 6
Bleich, Nicole (see also Bliech) 98: 9-3 2; 10-15 9
-, Rod 75: 9-18 8
Blenderman, Sandy 89: 10-12 13 (P)
Blessen, Tonya
         95: 2-16 2; 3-30 2
         96: 2-22 2; 4-18 1
Blessing, Beth 78: 11-16 6
-, Paul 85: 10-10 8
-, Romona 85: 8-29 3
-, Ron
         71: 2-4 5, 6; 2-18 8; 2-25 6; 3-4 6
         77: 9-1 1
Blessing Construction Company (business)
         80: 1-24 1; 4-24 1
         84: 6-28 8; 8-30 29
Blevins, Dennis 72: 3-23 6; 4-13 6
-, Fred 75: 8-29 3
-, Lyle 78: 9-14 1
-, Sara 90: 9-13 5 (P)
Blickensderfer, Beth 87: 3-5 6 (P)
-, Linda 89: 4-27 3 LTE
-, Mary
          75: 8-29 3
          76: 9-2 8
          77: 3-3 1
-, Peter (Pete)
          71: 9-9 1; 11-18 3
          72: 2-3 3; 10-19 1
          76: 11-4 9
          79: 3-15 6
          85: 6-25 6 (P); 8-29 3
          90: 4-19 6; 10-4 12
          92: 9-17 11
          96: 4-11 2; 4-25 6
-, Sally
          80: 4-24 8; 9-18 6
          81: 2-12 9; 2-26 7; 3-5 9; 4-9 8; 5-7 9; 10-1 1
          82: 1-28 8; 2-4 10; 2-18 12; 4-15 7; 4-22 12; 10-14 10; 10-28 8; 11-11 11; 11-18 7
          83: 1-27 7; 2-3 5, 9; 2-10 11; 2-17 7; 2-24 10; 3-3 8; 4-6 8; 6-30 1
Bliech, Nichol (see also Bleich) 98: 9-3 9
Bliese, Carolyn 78: 7-27 3
Bliese, John C W
          71: 4-29 3
          72: 3-16 6; 4-13 5
          74: 4-25 8
          75: 1-16 1; 1-30 1; 7-17 7; 8-29 1
          76: 4-29 3; 10-14 3
          77: 3-3 1; 3-24 1; 10-27 1
          78: 4-13 4; 7-20 1; 7-27 3 (P)
          79: 10-11 1 (P)
          80: 1-24 1; 3-27 5; 4-3 2 LTE; 5-1 5; 7-10 7; 8-28 2 LTE; 9-11 5 (P)
          81: 2-12 2 LTE; 4-2 2 LTE; 5-7 5; 9-10 7
          85: 6-18 4, 6 (P)
          87: 6-18 8 (P); 8-27 6
-, Margaret 78: 7-27 3
blighted area, designation of Kearney as 84: 2-23 1
Blimpies (business)
          95: 3-9 1; 8-24 2
          2002: 9-5 1; 10-17 8
blind, problems of the 72: 2-3 1
Blind Date (group) 79: 9-20 3
Blind Man‟s Bluff (group) 98: 2-5 10
Blind Melon (group)
          92: 10-8 12
          93: 10-21 10
blindness
          79: 12-13 6
          98: 10-15 1
          2000: 9-28 1
„Blink‟ (film) 94: 2-10 6
Bliss, Chris 81: 9-10 1, 4; 9-24 1 (P)
-, Nick 99: 3-4 4
„Blithe Spirit‟ (play)
          89: 2-9 11; 2-16 2
          2002: 4-11 2; 4-18 2, 11; 4-25 1, 2, 4, 9
Blizard, Claudia 75: 3-20 1
Blizzard of Bucks Game Show 88: 9-15 1
Blobaum, David (Dave)
          76: 11-11 1
          78: 1-12 1; 1-19 1; 1-26 3; 2-16 1 (P); 11-9 1; 12-14 Encounter 10, 11
-, Glen
          71: 10-28 3
          73: 2-1 1; 2-22 1; 3-1 1; 3-22 1; 4-12 4; 9-20 4
          74: 2-28 3; 3-28 3
-, Roger 74: 11-14 5; 11-21 1
-, Sara (Sarah) 78: 7-20 1; 12-14 Encounter 10, 11
Blocher, George
          71: 4-15 11
          72: 9-14 7; 11-16 5
          73: 7-19 4; 8-30 7; 9-27 3
          74: 6-27 1; 7-18 1; 8-29 1
- -, receipt of doctorate by 72: 1-27 3
-, Mike
          72: 3-9 4
          73: 1-25 5 (P)
          74: 3-21 8; 4-4 4
          75: 3-6 1; 4-17 3
-, Rhonda 86: 9-18 7 (P)
-, Sally 71: 9-23 4; 10-7 4
Block, A W 79: 11-12 5
-, Amy 98: 8-27 2 (P)
-, Ann 81: 2-12 1
-, John 4-10 1
-, Lauri (Laurie)
          85: 6-18 2; 6-25 3; 7-2 3; 7-9 2; 7-23 3; 9-5 8; 9-12 9; 10-3 2, 9; 10-17 1; 11-7 7; 11-14 7;
                   11; 12-12 12
          86: 1-23 1; 2-6 8; 4-3 8; 5-1 9
-, Lynette 87: 5-7 11
-, Nancy 71: 4-1 4; 5-13 4
-, Ron
          2001: 10-4 11; 11-8 11
          2002: 5-2 14
-, Tammy 82: 11-24 1 (P)
-, Willie (Willy)
          80: 7-3 8; 9-18 11
          81: 9-17 10 (P); 11-19 10
          82: 1-21 10; 1-28 6; 2-4 9; 2-11 8; 2-18 11; 3-18 9
Block Party 96: 10-3 1, 4
Blocker, Mike 72: 4-27 6
Bloemker, Barb 84: 6-21 3
Bloise, Marietta 90: 10-11 15
Blomekamp, Kyle (see also Blomenkamp)
          98: 10-29 5; 11-5 4; 12-10 8
          2000: 3-9 4
Blomenkamp, Kyle (see also Blomekamp)
          97: 3-6 4
          98: 9-24 6; 10-8 6; 12-3 4
Blomgren, Greg 91: 8-29 9
Blondo‟s (business) 96: 4-25 8
Blongewicz, Michael 78: 3-8 1
Blonton, Jared 2000: 9-14 9
blood alcohol content limit
        93: 3-4 1, 2
        2001: 2-1 7
blood donation
        82: 2-25 4
        89: 12-14 10
        99: 4-1 2
        2000: 9-28 6
        2001: 10-11 8
        2002: 9-26 2; 10-10 3
blood drive 2002: 10-3 2
-, by Greeks 96: 3-14 10; 3-28 2
Blood on the Moon (astronomical phenomenon) 96: 9-26 2
blood pressure screening 75: 5-1 1
 „Blood Relations‟ (play) 91: 9-26 6; 10-24 6; 10-31 6
bloodmobile
        71: 9-16 6; 12-2 5
        72: 11-30 1
        73: 9-13 7; 12-20 2
        74: 3-7 4; 3-28 6
        75: 3-13 1; 9-18 4; 9-25 1; 12-4 3
        76: 9-16 7; 12-9 3
        77: 9-29 5; 12-1 1
        78: 12-7 179: 3-15 1; 9-13 1; 11-29 1
        82: 2-4 1; 2-11 1
        83: 2-17 1
        84: 11-29 9; 12-6 1, 10
        86: 2-13 2
        87: 2-19 4; 3-5 4
Bloods (gang) 89: 10-12 1, 2
Bloody Run Club 73: 5-3 11; 5-10 7
Bloom, Martin 81: 12-3 1
-, Paul
        76: 10-7 3
        77: 10-27 1
        79: 11-8 1
Bloomberg, Pat
        89: 10-19 14 (P)
        91: 4-11 4
-, Tyson
        2001: 3-8 1
        2002: 9-12 8
Bloomfield, Guy 89: 3-30 1
-, Jeff
        89: 9-21 1; 10-19 6
        90: 6-28 5; 9-13 8; 10-4 9; 10-11 7; 10-25 10; 11-1 8, 9; 11-15 8; 11-20 7; 12-6 7; 12-13 7
        91: 1-31 7, 8 (P); 2-7 7; 2-14 7; 2-21 7; 3-7 7; 3-14 7; 3-28 7; 4-11 7; 4-18 7; 4-25 7; 5-2 7
-, Susanne George (Suzanne)
        2001: 2-1 1
        2002: 9-19 2; 11-14 2
Blostein, Harold L (Hal)
        71: 2-4 1, 3, 4; 2-18 6; 2-25 1; 3-11 5; 3-18 7; 3-25 5; 4-1 1; 4-20 3; 5-13 1; 5-20 2, 3; 9-3
                 8; 9-16 1, 2; 10-14 1, 5; 11-4 4; 11-11 1; 11-18 1; 12-2 1
        72: 1-13 1; 1-27 3; 2-3 3; 2-17 1; 3-9 1, 3; 3-10 2; 4-20 1; 6-22 1; 7-27 1; 8-31 7; 10-19 5;
                 10-26 4; 11-9 5
        73: 3-22 8; 4-3 2; 4-19 1; 7-5 1; 8-30 8; 9-27 3; 10-4 1; 10-11 3; 10-18 1; 11-1 2; 11-15 1,
                 3
        74: 2-21 3; 2-28 3; 3-21 3; 4-4 2 LTE; 8-29 5; 9-5 1; 9-19 6, 8; 10-10 3; 10-24 3, 8; 11-6
                 3; 11-14 5; 11-21 5; 12-12 8
        75: 1-23 3; 1-30 3; 10-9 3
        76: 4-29 5; 7-15 2; 10-14 1, 3
        77: 1-20 1 4-7 1; 10-27 3
        78: 4-13 1; 5-4 1
        79: 3-22 6; 9-20 1; 10-11 3, 5; 11-29 1
        80: 1-24 4; 9-25 3; 10-9 4; 10-16 1; 11-6 5
        81: 2-5 1, 4; 3-19 1; 3-26 1; 10-1 4
        82: 7-15 1; 9-2 1; 10-7 1; 10-14 8
        83: 4-21 1; 11-17 1 (P)
        84: 2-16 1; 3-23 4; 5-3 3; 8-30 4 (P); 9-13 5 (P); 9-27 4 (P); 10-9 2; 10-11 4 (P); 11-1 4
                 (P); 11-15 5 (P); 11-29 22; 12-6 5 (P)
        85: 2-7 5 (P); 2-19 3 (P); 3-21 6 (P); 4-2 3 (P); 4-23 3 (P); 4-30 3 (P); 11-7 3 LTE; 11-14 2
        86: 5-8 8; 7-24 2 (P); 8-28 3 (P); 9-11 3 (P); 9-18 2; 9-25 2; 10-30 3 (P); 11-6 1; 12-4 3
                 (P)
        87: 2-5 3; 2-26 3 (P); 4-2 3 (P); 4-30 3 (P); 9-3 3; 10-8 3 (P); 11-12 3 (P)
        88: 1-21 1, 3 (P); 2-18 3 (P); 4-21 3 (P); 9-22 11; 11-17 1
        89: 11-16 12
        90: 2-8 1
        91: 4-25 10; 5-2 1
Blount, Stacey 99: 9-16 7; 9-30 7
„Blow Up Your Video‟ (recording) 88: 4-21 6
Blowery, Linda (see also Blowey) 80: 10-16 3
Blowey, Linda (see also Blowery) 80: 11-13 5
Blowout V (dance) 82: 9-23 1
Blue, Lori (Lorie)
        83: 12-8 3 (P)
        84: 11-8 3; 11-15 3
        85: 3-28 4
-, Marcene L 74: 10-3 3
-, Mary 78: 4-6 8
Blue and Gold Dance 92: 8-27 17
Blue and Gold Day
        99: 9-2 2
        2000: 9-21 7
Blue and Gold Days 91: 8-29 4
Blue and Gold Guy 86: 5-1 1
Blue and Gold Lounge
        77: 2-10 1
        78: 1-19 4
Blue and Gold Picnic 99: 9-9 2
Blue and Gold Queen 71: 3-25 2; 4-1 3
Blue and Gold Student Envoys see Envoys
Blue and Gold Tennis Expo 82: 10-7 8
Blue and Gold Week 94: 10-20 1
Blue and Gold Welcome Week
        96: 8-29 1, 7
        97: 4-10 4; 9-4 5, 12
Blue and Gold Yearbook
        71: 2-18 6; 5-20 1; 9-30 5; 10-21 5
        72: 4-27 1
        73: 4-5 1, 5; 4-26 1; 5-10 1; 6-21 3; 8-30 10
        74: 8-29 4
          75: 2-13 4
          76: 10-7 6
          78: 10-26 7; 11-30 Encounter 1
          79: 5-3 1; 6-14 3; 8-30 1, 3; 9-6 1; 9-13 1; 9-27 4; 10-11 1; 10-28 1; 11-1 1; 11-8 1; 11-15
                  3
          80: 1-17 1; 1-31 1; 2-28 1; 3-13 1; 4-24 1; 5-1 1; 8-28 3; 9-4 1; 9-11 1; 9-18 1; 9-25 4; 10-
                  16 1; 10-23 1; 11-6 1; 11-13 1
          81: 9-10 1; 9-24 1; 10-1 3; 10-8 1; 10-22 3; 11-12 1; 11-19 1
          82: 4-1 1; 6-24 4; 9-23 1; 9-30 1, 4; 10-7 1; 10-14 1; 10-28 1; 11-11 1; 12-2 1
          83: 5-5 1; 6-23 4; 9-1 1
          84: 4-26 1; 5-3 1, 3; 8-30 2; 9-6 2; 9-13 2; 11-29 11
          85: 8-29 2; 9-12 2; 9-19 2; 10-3 1
          86: 4-17 1; 4-24 1; 5-1 5; 7-10 1; 7-24 1; 9-25 4; 11-6 2; 11-13 2; 11-20 4
          87: 2-5 2; 2-12 2; 2-26 2; 4-30 2; 5-7 1, 2; 10-1 6
          88: 3-17 2; 4-21 1, 13; 4-28 1; 5-5 2; 9-29 2; 10-6 2, 12; 10-12 2; 10-27 2
          89: 2-16 2; 3-16 2; 4-6 2; 4-13 2; 4-20 2; 4-27 2; 11-9 1; 12-14 6
          97: 3-20 4
-, award won by 81: 3-5 3
-, cessation of 90: 5-3 1
-, complaints about defects in 80: 9-25 1
-, discontinuance of 73: 1-11 3
-, recruitment of staff by
          81: 3-19 1; 4-30 1
          82: 3-18 1
          83: 3-24 1
          84: 3-23 3
          86: 4-17 2; 4-24 1
          89: 2-23 2; 3-2 2
-, Student Senate funding of 85: 2-26 4; 4-18 1, 6; 4-25 6
Blue Angels 80: 7-24 6
blue baby syndrome 86: 4-24 6
blue cheese dressing, complaint about infrequency of serving 94: 10-27 3
Blue Cross/Blue Shield 73: 9-13 3
Blue/Gold Alumni Match (wrestling) 96: 10-24 7; 10-31 4
Blue/Gold Celebrity Golf Day (Tournament)
          89: 6-115 7
          90: 2-15 10; 6-28 7
          91: 7-3 10; 9-19 8
          92: 2-20 8; 4-16 8
          94: 3-10 8
          95: 4-13 8
          97: 4-17 6
Blue-Gold Honor Roll 90: 11-20 8
Blue Mesa (band) 2001: 3-29 9
Blue Moon Ghetto (band) 97: 1-23 5; 1-30 8 (P); 10-2 7 (P)
Blue Unicorn Award 95: 11-2 9
„Blues Brothers 2000‟ (film) 98: 2-12 10
Blues Traveler (group) 2002: 12-5 6
Bluford, Marlo
          92: 3-5 4; 10-1 4 (P); 11-5 11 (P)
          93: 2-11 2 (P)
          94: 9-15 6; 11-3 2 (P)
Bluh, Gregory 96: 10-10 10
Blum, Aaron 92: 9-17 2 (P)
-, Cindy
          77: 2-10 11
          79: 1-26 9; 2-22 10; 3-1 10; 3-29 12
-, Katherine 96: 1-18 2
Blumanhourst, Ed 75: 10-23 5
Blume, Eric D 73: 9-27 1
-, Fred Jr
          71: 10-7 3
          73: 2-15 4; 12-13 1
-, Katherine 96: 3-7 2
-, Mary
          77: 3-24 9
          79: 3-15 11
-, Vicki 78: 4-27 8
Blumer, Frederick 73: 4-26 1
Blundell, Deborah 88: 2-25 10
Blunt, Jason 98: 2-26 7
-, Ryan 91: 9-26 1
Bly, Robert 2001: 4-19 9
Blythe, Jenny 98: 11-19 7
-, Shelly 2000: 4-20 5
BMI Awards to Student Composers 80: 9-18 4
Boack, Jim 72: 11-30 4
Boamah-Waife, Ernest (see also Boamah-Wiafe) 91: 4-18 8
Boamah-Wiafe, Ernest (see also Boamah-Waife)
          89: 3-30 9
          90: 3-8 9; 4-12 7; 10-4 8
board games 87: 3-5 5
Board of Regents of the University of Nebraska
          81: 2-5 4
          85: 3-26 1
          88: 2-4 1
          90: 1-18 1; 2-8 2; 6-21 1; 6-28 1; 7-12 1; 9-13 1
          92: 3-5 9; 9-17 1; 11-12 1
          93: 3-18 9; 9-2 12
          96: 10-31 5
Board of Trustees of the Nebraska State Colleges (AUTH)
          71: 1-14 1; 6-24 1
          72: 9-14 1
          73: 5-10 8; 9-20 1; 10-11 1; 11-29 5
          74: 4-11 1; 4-25 1; 9-12 1; 10-24 1
          75: 5-1 4; 12-4 3
          76: 2-12 3; 3-4 3; 4-23 8; 4-29 3; 5-6 4; 7-9 7; 7-15 8; 9-2 1; 9-23 1; 10-21 3; 11-4 3; 11-
                  18 3; 12-2 1; 12-9 1
          77: 1-27 1; 2-10 1; 2-17 3; 2-24 1; 3-24 1; 4-28 10; 9-1 3; 9-15 3; 9-22 5; 11-3 1
          78: 3-16 1; 4-27 1; 5-4 3; 10-12 1
          79: 2-8 3; 4-26 1
          80: 3-6 5; 7-10 1
          81: 4-2 7
          82: 6-24 1
          84: 10-23 6; 11-1 8
          85: 1-29 1; 3-26 1
          86: 5-8 4
          87: 1-29 1; 2-19 1; 3-9 1; 5-7 9; 6-25 4; 8-27 1; 9-24 1; 10-29 1; 11-5 1
          88: 2-4 1; 2-11 1; 2-18 1; 3-17 1; 5-5 1; 6-23 1; 9-22 1; 12-1 12; 12-8 1
          89: 1-12 1; 2-9 1; 3-2 1; 3-16 1; 4-20 1; 7-20 1; 9-21 1; 10-12 1; 12-7 1; 12-14 1
          90: 2-1 1; 2-8 2; 2-15 5; 2-22 1; 4-5 1; 4-19 1; 6-21 1; 6-28 1; 10-4 1; 11-1 1
-, internship with
         75: 5-8 4
         77: 1-13 3; 10-20 1; 10-27 1
-, request by Faculty Senate for Faculty representation on 87: 11-12 1
-, scholarship of
         71: 5-20 1; 7-29 3
         72: 10-12 1
         81: 2-12 1
-, student member of 88: 9-8 1
Boast, William 72: 5-4 1
boating safety 78: 7-20 3
Boatright, June 76: 11-18 1; 12-9 10
-, Peter (Pete)
         96: 10-24 4 (P)
         97: 2-6 11
Bob Strong Pontiac (business) 72: 11-9 6
Bobbit, Liz 72: 3-10 2
Bobenhouse, Jill
         84: 11-29 20 (P)
         85: 3-21 9; 4-23 9; 6-25 1
Bobier, Mike 89: 1-12 7; 3-16 8
Bobo, Kimberly 83: 2-17 6
Bobolz, Brenda 84: 4-5 3; 9-20 5
Bob‟s Apco (business)
         81: 11-5 5
         89: 5-4 13
Bob‟s Kwik (business) 78: 11-16 6
Bob‟s Kwik Shop (business)
         71: 4-1 4
         75: 9-11 1
         97: 10-2 8; 11-20 1
Bob‟s Kwik Shop East (business) 75: 10-17 4
Bob‟s Kwik Shop Wine & Spirit Shop (business) 75: 10-2 Insert 5
Bob‟s Quik Shop (business) 88: 6-30 1
Bob‟s Super Store (business)
         79: 12-6 7
         86: 4-10 6
         89: 9-14 12
         99: 2-4 7
Bob‟s Superstore (business) see Bob‟s Super Store (business)
bobsled 94: 2-3 7, 8
Bochmann, Suzanne 2002: 10-17 1
Bochoven, Mike (see also Bockoven) 97: 10-01 10 (P)
Bociek, Dr R Gregory 2001: 10-11 9
Bock, Cathy 92: 2-13 2; 2-27 3
-, Dena 96: 12-5 10
Bock, Scott 90: 10-11 14 (P)
Bockerman, Brent
         78: 10-5 8
         79: 2-15 8; 9-27 9
         80: 2-7 6
Bockman, Cindy 79: 12-13 3
Bockmann, Melinda 89: 3-2 8
Bockoven, Mike (see also Bochoven)
         97: 9-25 10 (P); 10-9 10 (P); 10-16 8 (P); 10-23 12 (P); 10-30 10 (P); 11-13 8 (P); 12-4 8
                  (P)
         98: 1-15 8 (P); 1-22 8 (P); 1-29 7 (P); 2-5 10 (P); 2-12 10 (P); 2-19 10 (P); 2-26 8 (P); 3-5
                 10; 3-12 10 (P); 3-19 1, 8 (P); 4-2 8 (P); 4-9 8 (P); 4-16 8 (P); 4-23 8 (P); 4-30 3
                 (P), 8 (P); 8-27 3, 4, 10 (P); 9-3 1, 3 (P), 10; 9-10 3 (P), 6; 9-17 3 (P), 6; 9-24 3
                 (P), 6; 10-1 3, 6, 10; 10-8 3 (P), 6 (P); 10-15 3, 6; 10-29 3 (P), 6; 11-5 3; 11-12 3
                 (P), 6; 11-19 3 (P), 6; 12-3 3; 12-10 3 (P), 8
         99: 1-21 3, 4; 1-28 1, 3 (P), 4; 2-4 3, 4; 2-11 3 (P), 6; 2-25 3 (P), 6; 3-4 3; 3-11 3, 5, 6; 3-
                 25 1, 3 (P), 4; 4-1 3, 6; 4-15 3, 4; 4-22 3 (P), 4, 8; 4-29 4, 5 (P), 6; 9-2 7; 9-16 7;
                 9-23 7; 9-30 3 (P), 7; 10-7 1; 10-28 7; 11-11 5; 12-2 1; 12-9 12
         2000: 2-24 3 (P); 4-13 7; 9-14 8
Bockstadter, Ronald (Ron)
         72: 1-27 5
         73: 1-11 5
Boddy, George 93: 2-4 3 LTE
Bode, Brian
         74: 9-26 8
         76: 2-19 7
         77: 4-28 8
-, Pam
         87: 3-5 8; 11-19 9; 12-10 8
         89: 4-13 7; 12-14 9
         90: 9-27 10 (P)
Boden, John 92: 2-13 6
-, Ronda 85: 4-23 10 (P)
Bodenhamer, Clara (see also Bodenhammer) 73: 3-1 8
Bodenhammer, Claire (see also Bodenhamer) 72: 11-16 8; 11-30 1
Bodenstab, Rhonda (see also Bodenstaub) 77: 4-21 4; 10-6 5 (P); 11-10 12
Bodenstaub, Rhonda (see also Bodenstab) 78: 4-20 10
Bodie, Ron 90: 9-6 6
Bodley, Alison (Ali) 82: 3-25 7; 4-1 9, 10; 4-22 9
Bodmer, Arnold 74: 7-26 3
body building 84: 12-11 10
body fat, measurement of 88: 4-21 15
body language 77: 7-21 6
Body Leaks (performance) 91: 3-14 1
body piercing
         96: 2-8 6
         98: 1-29 10
Body Project (business) 92: 10-29 4
Boe, Andrea
         98: 11-12 4
         99: 4-22 1 (P)
-, Barbara 71: 10-7 1
-, Brad
         98: 9-24 6
         99: 9-23 7
-, Richard I
         71: 2-4 4; 2-18 6; 4-20 10; 9-23 5; 10-28 3; 12-16 1
         72: 2-17 5; 2-24 3; 5-4 1; 7-20 1
Boeckel, Bruce
         79: 9-27 9
         80: 2-7 2 LTE, 6; 9-18 6
Boeckl, Christine (see also Boeckle)
         91: 8-29 1
         94: 10-6 2
         95: 11-16 2
         2001: 2-1 1
Boeckle, Christine M (see also Boeckl) 92: 9-17 13
Boeding, Bridget 2002: 2-14 9
Boehne, Bruce 77: 10-6 3
Boehr, Mindy 2002: 2-28 8; 4-11 2; 4-25 10; 10-10 7
Boeing Co 85: 8-29 6
Boeing Military Airplane Co 84: 7-12 7; 12-4 5
Boell, Robin
         78: 4-6 4
         79: 12-13 4
Boelter, Robert (Bob) 71: 3-25 2; 5-6 4; 11-4 5
-, Sherri 85: 2-14 18
Boelts, Gail (Gayle)
         75: 3-6 1; 3-20 1; 4-17 1; 9-18 3; 10-17 3; 12-18 3
         76: 3-4 3 (P); 3-25 3, 8; 4-1 3; 9-16 3; 11-18 1; 12-9 3, 5 (P)
         77: 2-10 3; 2-24 1; 4-28 7
-, Jeannie
         80: 11-6 1
         81: 10-1 4
Boerigter, Robert 87: 7-16 2; 8-27 7
Boerkircher, Bev 82: 4-22 4
-, Diane
         90: 8-30 11
         91: 5-2 6
Boerner, Anne 2001: 9-27 12
Boes, Dave
         81: 9-3 12; 9-17 10; 9-24 9; 10-1 11; 10-29 14; 11-19 9
         82: 1-21 9; 2-11 9; 9-2 9
         83: 1-27 7; 2-3 9; 2-10 10; 2-17 8; 2-24 10; 4-6 7
Boesan, Gordie (see also Boesen, Boeson) 83: 11-17 7 (P)
Boesen, Gordy (see also Boesan, Boeson)
         81: 10-1 1; 11-12 1
         82: 9-23 7
         83: 9-8 1; 12-2 3
         84: 2-2 1; 2-9 5; 3-23 1; 3-29 3; 4-5 1; 8-30 3; 10-18 15; 11-8 3, 4, LTE; 11-15 3; 12-6 6
                 (P); 12-13 3
         85: 3-28 4; 4-11 1
Boeshart, Frank 84: 12-6 2; 12-13 13 (P)
-, Julee 89: 11-30 4 (P)
Boeson, Gordy (see also Boesan, Boesen) 83: 12-8 1, 3 (P)
Boettcher, Charles J 71: 1-7 5; 3-18 7; 5-6 2
-, Janet
         99: 1-28 5; 2-11 7 (P); 2-25 7; 3-11 7 (P), 8; 4-1 8; 4-22 5; 4-29 7
         2000: 1-20 5; 1-27 8; 2-3 6; 2-10 5; 2-24 5; 3-2 5; 3-23 5; 3-30 7; 4-13 6; 4-20 10; 4-27 11
         2001: 1-18 5; 1-25 5; 2-1 6; 2-8 5; 2-15 5; 3-1 5; 3-8 5; 4-5 5, 6; 4-12 5, 6; 4-19 6; 4-26 7
-, Mark
         76: 10-14 8
         77: 9-15 8 (P); 9-22 13; 10-6 11; 11-10 9 (P); 11-17 7; 12-1 10
         78: 8-31 13; 9-14 11; 9-28 11; 10-5 1, 13; 10-12 13; 10-26 12; 11-2 10 (P), 11; 11-9 12;
                 11-16 9; 11-30 9
         79: 1-18 9; 1-26 9; 2-1 13; 2-15 11; 2-22 11; 3-1 11; 3-15 11; 3-22 13; 3-29 12; 4-12 10;
                 5-3 15; 8-30 13; 9-27 13; 10-4 9; 11-15 9; 11-29 7
         80: 1-24 7; 1-31 7; 2-14 7; 2-21 8; 2-28 11
-, Patsy 71: 5-6 2
Boettler, Lynn
         88: 9-8 13, 15; 10-12 1
         89: 2-16 1
         91: 4-4 1
Bogard, Mike 96: 2-22 6
Bogert, Chris
         88: 10-27 12
         89: 1-26 5; 3-2 6
„Bogey‟s Back‟ (film) 77: 11-3 1, 3
Boggess, Deb 94: 9-1 5; 9-15 5; 9-22 5; 9-29 5; 10-6 1, 5; 10-20 5; 10-27 5; 11-3 5; 11-10 5; 11-
         17 5; 12-1 5; 12-8 5
Bogie (communications system) 95: 2-23 5
Bogner, Carrie 86: 7-17 2 (P)
-, Joni 93: 2-25 2 (P)
-, Kris
         77: 4-21 1
         78: 4-6 8
Bogue, Kenneth 96: 9-19 12 (P)
Bogus, Christy 91: 4-11 2 (P)
-, Lynette 2001: 4-5 1
-, Mike (Michael)
         93: 10-7 2
         94: 2-10 1; 2-24 6; 9-1 9
Bohannon, Bill (see also Bohanon)
         71: 9-16 2; 10-7 1 (P); 10-14 1; 11-4 4
         72: 1-13 3; 2-3 1; 4-6 3; 5-4 3; 6-22 4; 7-6 2; 7-13 1; 7-27 1; 9-14 8; 10-19 7 (P); 11-2 1
         73: 2-22 1; 3-1 1; 4-5 1; 4-12 4; 7-5 1; 9-20 4; 9-27 6; 11-29 8; 12-13 1
         74: 2-21 4; 2-28 3; 3-7 1 (P), 2; 3-28 3; 4-18 1; 10-24 3 (P)
         75: 1-16 1; 1-30 3; 4-4 4; 5-1 8; 9-5 1
         78: 12-7 6
         79: 3-1 3, 9; 4-5 3; 4-12 1 (P); 7-12 1; 9-27 1; 10-28 4; 11-29 1; 12-13 3
         80: 2-14 3 (P); 6-26 1; 9-18 5; 10-16 3
Bohanon, Bill (see also Bohannon) 73: 3-22 1
Bohard, Kari 98: 3-19 7
Bohart, Jim 71: 10-7 1
Bohlen, Marc 95: 11-16 8
Bohling, Cherie 93: 9-2 12
Bohlken, Scott
         83: 12-2 12
         84: 4-5 3; 9-20 5
Bohmeyer, Christine
         99: 11-4-99 5 (P)
         2001: 2-8 5; 4-5 5
Bohn, Brad 2002: 11-7 1 (P)
-, Bryan 2001: 11-8 7
Bohnart, Kathy 82: 7-22 5
Bohnert, Bradley 83: 11-10 7
Bohrer, Rob
         86: 9-11 7
         88: 4-28 1
Boisen, Cassie 90: 3-8 4 (P)
-, Jennifer L 93: 3-4 10
-, Mary 72: 1-13 3
Bokelman, Clint 89: 5-4 2 (P)
Bokenkamp, John 94: 10-20 11
-, Sue
         77: 3-17 3; 11-10 1
         92: 4-16 Special Section 6
Bokoskie, Melissa 2001: 2-15 1, 7 (P)
Bolander, Brent
          86: 3-13 6 (P)
          87: 5-7 11
Bolce, Louis
          88: 9-29 2
          90: 1-25 1
-, Louis Henri III 88: 9-8 15
-, Tracy
          89: 11-16 12
          90: 8-30 12
Boldt, Doug 82: 4-29 5
-, Stan 90: 10-4 10
Bolin, Jeff
          73: 6-28 4; 8-30 9; 9-20 6; 9-27 10; 10-4 6; 10-11 6; 10-25 5; 11-1 8; 11-29 6
          74: 8-29 7
          75: 4-10 4; 5-8 7; 8-29 13; 9-25 10; 10-2 9; 10-9 9; 10-23 6; 12-4 8
          76: 4-1 8; 4-23 7; 9-2 15; 9-9 12; 9-16 8; 9-29 10; 10-7 9; 11-4 10; 11-11 6; 11-18 6 (P);
                   12-9 9
          77: 4-7 6; 9-1 11; 9-29 6; 10-6 12, 13; 10-2 11; 10-27 9; 11-17 1 (P), 6; 12-1 11; 12-8 12,
                   17
          78: 8-31 15
-, Jim
          73: 10-4 5; 10-11 7
          76: 9-29 12; 11-4 11
          78: 8-31 15; 9-7 10 (P); 10-5 15; 10-12 13; 10-26 10, 12 (P); 11-9 10; 11-16 9 (P), 11
Boling, Edward 92: 11-5 4 (P)
Bolling, Adam
          95: 3-30 7; 4-6 7; 4-13 7
          96: 2-29 8; 8-29 10; 10-3 6
          97: 1-30 7; 2-6 7; 3-20 7; 4-24 7; 10-9 6; 10-23 8
          98: 9-3 8
-, Matt 84: 10-16 10
Bollwitt, Jamie (see also Bolwitt)
          86: 9-5 8; 9-18 8; 9-25 7; 11-13 5
          87: 2-26 8; 9-24 8; 11-5 7; 11-12 7; 11-19 7; 12-10 8
          88: 1-14 8; 9-29 7; 10-12 8; 10-27 10; 11-10 8; 11-17 8; 12-1 7
          89: 1-26 7; 2-9 7; 2-23 7; 3-2 7; 4-13 8; 5-4 9; 9-21 8; 10-5 7; 11-2 7; 11-9 8; 11-16 7; 11-
                   30 8
          90: 1-25 9; 2-1 7; 2-8 9; 2-15 9; 2-22 8; 3-1 8; 3-8 7 (P); 5-3 7
          91: 1-17 8; 1-31 10; 2-7 9; 2-21 8; 3-7 8 (P); 3-14 7; 4-4 7; 4-18 7; 4-25 7; 5-2 7
Bolmer, Tina 78: 9-14 3
bolt cutters, use by Campus Security of 91: 9-19 1
Bolte, Lora (Laura, Lori)
          81: 7-9 7 (P)
          82: 1-28 8; 2-4 10; 2-11 9; 2-18 2; 2-25 10; 3-4 7; 3-25 7; 4-15 7; 4-22 12
          83: 1-27 7; 2-3 9; 2-10 11; 2-17 7; 2-24 10; 3-3 8; 4-6 8; 9-15 10; 9-29 10; 10-6 10; 10-13
                   12; 10-20 11
          84: 2-16 12; 2-23 8; 3-1 10; 4-5 11 (P); 9-6 24; 9-13 20; 9-18 6; 9-25 8; 10-2 7; 10-16 9;
                   10-23 10; 11-1 21; 11-6 7; 11-8 20; 11-13 9
          85: 1-22 10; 1-29 5; 2-5 ; 2-12 98; 2-14 18, 20; 2-19 7; 2-26 6; 4-16 7; 4-23 5
Bolte, Melanie
          72: 11-30 4
          73: 5-3 1; 8-30 1; 9-27 5
          74: 4-4 3; 10-10 1; 12-12 8
          75: 5-1 8; 9-5 8; 9-25 6; 11-6 3
          76: 4-29 3; 5-6 1
Bolton, Charles 71: 2-18 8
-, Tim
           77: 9-15 10; 11-10 3
           78: 9-14 4; 10-5 8
           79: 2-15 8; 2-22 6; 5-3 9
Boltz, Matthew 98: 10-29 11
Bolwitt, Jamie (see also Bollwitt)
           86: 10-9 7; 11-6 8
           87: 1-29 7
           88: 8-25 8; 9-15 11; 9-22 7
Bolz, Ruth 86: 8-28 2 (P)
Bolzer, Kristin (Kristen)
           96: 9-26 7; 10-3 6
           97: 4-10 7; 4-24 7; 5-1 7; 9-4 8; 9-11 5; 9-18 8; 10-2 5; 10-9 5
           98: 4-2 6; 4-16 5; 4-30 10
bomb threats
           73: 11-1 1
           80: 9-11 1
           93: 1-28 11
bomb scare 82: 10-28 1
Bombeck, Tod 87: 3-5 5 (P)
Bomberger, Kendra 86: 9-18 6 (P), 10
-, Sue 86: 5-1 6 (P)
bombs 93: 2-18 6
Bomstad, Anne
           98: 11-5 5; 11-19 7; 12-3 5; 12-10 9
           99: 1-21 5 (P); 2-25 1 (P), 7, 8; 3-4 5; 11-4-99 5; 12-2 5
           2000: 12-7 6
-, Jill 93: 10-14 11
Bon A Tirer 2002: 2-28 4
Bon Jovi 88: 12-1 13
Bonacci, Chris 96: 2-29 2 (P)
-, Toni 82: 4-22 2 LTE, 6 (P)
Bonanza Family Restaurant (business) 80: 3-27 1
Bonar, Linda 78: 1-26 4
Bonczynski, Andy
           97: 2-13 7
           98: 9-3 8
           2000: 4-6 7; 10-5 4 (P); 10-26 4; 11-16 7
Bond, Brandy 97: 3-20 2 (P)
-, Donald R 80: 11-20 Encounter 5
-, Keith 95: 4-6 2 (P)
-, Kim
           78: 8-31 2; 9-7 1; 9-14 2; 9-21 2; 9-28 2; 10-5 2; 10-12 2; 10-26 2; 11-2 2; 11-9 2, 8; 11-
                   16 2; 11-30 2; 12-7 2; 12-14 2
           79: 1-11 2; 1-18 2; 1-26 2; 2-1 2; 2-8 2; 2-15 2; 2-22 2; 3-1 2; 3-15 2; 3-22 2; 3-29 2; 4-5
                   2; 4-12 2; 4-26 2; 5-3 1, 2; 8-30 2; 9-6 2; 9-13 2; 9-20 2; 9-27 2; 10-4 2; 10-11 2;
                   10-28 2; 11-1 2; 11-8 1, 2; 11-15 2; 11-29 2; 12-6 2; 12-13 2
           80: 1-10 2; 1-17 1; 2-28 Encounter 1 (P); 5-1 1
bond issue (City of Kearney) 2002: 2-7 1
Bonding and Attachment (program) 94: 11-17 2
bonds, refinancing of 93: 1-28 1
bone marrow donors 96: 3-7 10
Boner, Jill 93: 10-14 11
Bonesteal, Jim (see also Bonesteel) 73: 4-19 8
Bonesteel, James (Jim) (see also Bonesteal)
          71: 2-4 5, 6; 4-15 1; 9-23 4
          72: 5-4 3; 10-26 8
          73: 1-18 3; 2-1 10; 3-22 6
Bonge, Dale
          77: 2-10 11; 2-17 6; 2-24 9; 3-3 4; 3-17 8; 12-1 10; 12-8 12
          78: 1-26 7; 2-9 8; 2-16 6; 2-23 9; 3-8 10; 12-14 11
          80: 7-10 8
-, Dan
          78: 11-30 8; 12-7 15; 12-14 11
          79: 1-11 10; 1-18 9; 2-15 9; 3-1 12; 3-15 10; 10-4 9; 11-15 10; 11-29 7; 12-13 10
          80: 1-17 7; 1-24 8; 1-31 7; 2-7 9; 2-21 6; 3-6 7; 3-13 8; 9-18 11; 11-20 9; 12-11 9
          81: 1-29 7; 2-5 9; 2-12 10; 2-19 8; 2-26 7; 3-19 8; 9-10 11; 11-19 10
          82: 1-21 10; 1-28 6; 2-4 9; 2-11 8; 2-18 11; 2-25 8; 3-18 9
Bonger, Mike 87: 3-9 2
Bongewiczz, Mike [sic] 77: 10-6 4
Bongle, Aaron 97: 4-10 6; 9-18 8
Bonifas, Bonnie
          71: 3-18 1
          72: 3-16 7 (P); 4-13 1
Bonifas, Mark 89: 9-28 8
Bonifield, Kendra 91: 11-7 4 (P)
Bonk, Bill
          77: 9-15 2
          79: 11-8 9
Bonkiewicz, Bill (see also Bonkiewitz) 72: 2-24 2 LTE
-, Patricia (Pat)
          71: 2-18 6; 4-22 2; 5-6 1, 2; 9-30 1; 10-14 2; 12-2 1; 12-9 1, 7
          72: 1-13 1; 1-20 3; 2-10 5; 2-17 1; 3-10 10; 3-16 1, 2 LTE; 3-23 5; 4-6 1
Bonkiewitz, Bill (see also Bonkiewicz) 73: 4-12 1
Bonne, Marsha 91: 12-5 1
Bonnell, George 72: 1-20 4
-, Kathie 86: 3-13 6 (P)
Bonnemier, Geri 85: 11-14 8; 11-21 8; 12-12 8
Bonnemeier, Gerri (Geri)(see also Bonnemire, Bonnemier)
          86: 12-11 8
          87: 1-29 8; 2-19 7; 2-26 9 (P)
-, Theresa 85: 8-29 3
Bonnemire, Gerri (see also Bonnemeier, Bonnemier)
          87: 2-5 9 (P)
          2001: 1-18 3 (LTE)
Bonner, Sarah 95: 2-9 2 (P)
Bonneson, Doug
          85: 12-5 12
          87: 4-30 9 (P)
Bonnmeier, Terri 85: 2-5 8
Bonoff, Karla 79: 11-15 3
Bonsall, Brand 2000: 4-6 5
Bonsall, Gaines
          71: 5-6 6
          73: 4-12 1
-, Jim 74: 3-7 5
-, Nancy 73: 5-3 4; 9-20 3
Bontz, Brian 77: 2-17 1
-, Carol 86: 2-27 6, 7
Boogaarts (business)
          75: 10-17 4
          86: 4-10 6
Book, Barbara
          72: 11-30 8
          73: 4-19 8
          74: 4-11 3; 10-10 1
-, Beverly (Bev)
          72: 11-30 8
          73: 5-3 5; 9-20 4
          74: 1-31 3; 4-11 3; 10-10 1
-, Kim 99: 9-30 2 (P)
Book Board 2002: 5-2 1, 14
book burning 2001: 4-5 7
book exchange program
          71: 2-4 5
          73: 1-18 3; 12-6 3
          76: 12-9 3
          77: 1-20 5; 4-7 1; 4-28 7; 12-8 7
          78: 1-12 1; 11-30 7
          79: 8-30 3; 11-8 8
          80: 12-4 1; 12-11 3
-, establishment of 77: 2-24 3; 3-17 6; 9-1 1
-, failure to establish 87: 2-5 4
-, sponsorship by Residence Hall Association of 88: 4-28 2
Book Fair 81: 3-19 3
Book Mark (business) 71: 1-7 3
Book of Mormon Institute 82: 9-23 1
book repair workshop 90: 9-6 11
book reviews (multiple) 2000: 10-12 4
Booker, Leigh Ann 83: 9-1 6; 10-6 6 (P)
Bookmart Bookstore (business) 71: 10-28 4
Books, Bob 97: 9-11 10
-, Lon 90: 3-29 6
books, theft of
          78: 2-16 4
          80: 3-6 4
          90: 4-19 1
          91: 4-18 1
          98: 4-30 1
Books for Asia 77: 2-24 3
bookstore, opening of cooperative 71: 1-7 3
bookstores, competition among 95: 2-2 4
-, lack of competition among 87: 2-5 4
-, practices of 75: 9-11 1
-, procedures of 74: 9-19 9
BookSwap 92: 4-16 6
Boomer, Jim 91: 10-10 4 (P)
Boomhauer, Dan (see also Boomhower) 78: 2-16 7
Boomhower, Dan (see also Boomhauer)
          77: 9-8 13
          78: 1-19 7; 2-2 9; 2-9 10; 2-23 8; 3-8 10, 11; 5-4 15; 8-31 15; 11-2 11, 12 (P); 11-9 10, 12
                   (P); 11-16 9
          79: 1-18 10; 1-26 9; 2-1 13; 3-29 13; 4-5 10 (P); 8-30 14; 9-13 14; 9-27 12; 10-11 8; 10-
                   28 7 (P); 11-1 10; 11-8 12 (P); 11-15 9; 12-6 11; 12-13 9
          80: 2-28 11; 4-17 9; 7-24 7; 8-28 10; 9-11 10; 9-18 12; 10-2 10, 11; 10-9 9, 10; 10-16 8;
                   11-6 8 (P); 12-4 10
          81: Spring 1981 Encounter 26 (P); 7-16 10 (P); 7-30 8
Boon, Cindi
         76: 12-9 1
         79: 11-8 7 (P)
Boone, Carrie 93: 1-21 13
-, Herman 2001: 3-8 2; 3-29 2; 4-5 8
-, Pat 76: 10-21 3
Booras, Diane
         78: 10-5 10; 10-26 5; 11-16 6; 11-30 3
         79: 9-6 8; 9-13 7; 9-20 7; 9-27 9; 10-4 4; 10-11 6; 11-1 8; 11-29 5; 12-6 3; 12-13 1
         80: 1-17 4; 1-31 5; 2-7 4; 2-14 3; 3-6 1; 3-13 5; 3-27 5; 4-24 3, 4; 5-1 7; 9-11 6; 9- 18 8;
                  10-2 6; 11-6 5
         81: 1-15 7; 1-29 6; 2-12 4; 2-26 4; 3-5 1; 4-2 5
Boosalis, Helen
         86: 2-6 1 (P); 2-27 1 (P); 9-25 2; 10-2 1 (P)
         87: 5-7 10
         93: 4-15 10
Boot, Sherry 91: 10-24 4
boot see „Rhino Boot‟ (parking enforcement device)
Booth, Elaine (see also Boothe)
         71: 1-7 1; 2-4 4; 2-11 4; 3-18 1; 4-1 4; 4-20 15; 5-13 2; 9-23 1; 10-21 5
         72: 1-20 3
-, Elizabeth (Liz)
         73: 9-20 8
         75: 3-20 1; 11-6 3
-, George 71: 1-7 1; 2-18 1; 10-7 1
-, Joseph 94: 11-17 10
-, Nancy
         72: 4-13 6; 5-4 6
         73: 4-12 9; 5-3 11; 5-10 6
         74: 5-9 6
         75: 3-13 6
-, Ron 71: 2-25 4
Boothe, Elaine (see also Booth) 71: 2-25 2
Booton, Amber 2001: 3-29 5; 12-6 1
Boots, Tonya 87: 9-17 8
Borchardt, Mark 84: 12-13 21
Borcher, Sharon 75: 11-6 3
Borchert, Rolf 71: 12-9 1
Borden, Anna 96: 4-11 4
Borden, Bob 74: 3-7 3
-, Darla
         74: 12-12 3
         77: 5-5 3; 10-20 1
-, Grey 93: 1-28 6
-, Jacob 96: 4-11 4
-, Karl
         86: 8-28 12
         88: 3-17 2
         89: 8-31 11
         92: 2-20 1; 10-1 14
         95: 3-16 1; 12-7 19
         96: 4-11 4
         97: 2-13 2
         2001: 2-1 1
-, Mark 96: 4-11 4
-, Mike
          72: 2-10 3
          79: 10-4 2 LTE
          80: 1-31 7
Borer, Jason 2001: 9-20 10
Borg, Brenda Kay 2002: 4-25 10
-, Tom 94: 10-13 5 (P)
Borglof, Dennis 78: 1-26 7
Borgman, Ryan 89: 8-31 1
Borgmann, Jay
          96: 10-17 4 LTE
          97: 4-24 9; 9-4 2 (P); 9-11 3 (P); 9-18 3 (P); 10-2 3 (P); 10-9 3 (P); 10-16 3 (P); 10-23 3
          98: 2-12 3 LTE; 10-15 3 LTE
Borgmeier, Renee 2000: 4-13 6 (see also Bergmaier; Bergmeier)
Borhoff, Claire (see also Boroff) 88: 10-27 7 (P)
Bork, Robert, nomination of 87: 9-24 2, 3; 10-1 1, 3
Borland, Patricia 2002: 1-31 8; 2-14 1; 9-19 4
Borlinj, John 90: 10-25 1
Borman, Katie 97: 3-20 5 (P)
Born, Dave 76: 3-25 4; 4-1 3; 4-8 3
 „Born in East L.A.‟ (film) 88: 1-21 2
Borngrebe, Keith 97: 9-18 8
Boroff, Christa
          90: 2-1 8; 2-8 9; 2-15 11; 2-22 9; 3-1 7; 3-8 8; 3-29 9; 4-5 8; 5-3 3, 4; 8-30 3, 5, 13, 14; 9-
                  6 3, 5, 12; 9-13 3, 5, 6; 9-20 3, 5, 7; 9-27 3, 5; 10-4 1, 3, 5 (P); 10-11 1, 3, 5, 7;
                  10-25 3, 5; 11-1 3, 5, 7; 11-8 3, 5; 11-15 1, 3; 11-20 3, 5; 12-6 3, 5; 12-13 1, 3, 5
          91: 1-17 3; 1-24 1, 3; 1-31 1, 3; 2-7 1, 3; 2-14 3; 2-21 3, 4, 11; 3-7 1, 3; 3-14 1, 3; 3-28 1,
                  3; 4-4 1, 3; 4-11 3; 4-18 1, 3; 4-25 3; 5-2 3; 8-29 1, 3, 4, 14; 9-12 3 (P), 7, 11, 14;
                  9-19 1, 3; 9-26 1, 3 (P); 10-3 1, 3; 10-10 1, 3 (P); 10-17 3; 10-24 1, 3; 10-31 1, 3
                  (P); 11-7 3 (P); 11-14 3 (P); 11-21 1, 3; 12-5 3 (P); 12-13 1
          92: 1-23 3 (P); 4-16 Special Section 2, 3, 13; 4-30 2
-, Craig
          86: 8-28 7; 9-5 7; 9-18 8
          87: 9-3 8; 11-5 7
          88: 11-3 7
          90: 9-6 8 (P)
Boroff, Denise
          73: 9-27 8
          75: 4-24 5
          76: 2-12 3
-, Elaine 88: 11-3 7
-, Ellen 72: 1-20 1
-, Gretchen (Gretchyn)
          83: 4-28 1
          84: 9-6 1 (P)
          88: 11-3 7
-, Kristin 88: 11-3 7
-, L Claire (see also Borhoff)
          71: 1-7 1; 2-18 8; 9-9 6; 10-21 5
          72: 1-20 1 (P); 1-27 6; 4-13 6; 8-31 8; 9-7 4, 5; 9-14 6; 9-21 8; 9-28 8, 9; 10-12 8, 9; 10-
                  19 11; 10-26 6; 11-2 8, 9; 11-9 10; 11-16 6, 7
          73: 3-1 1; 3-29 8, 9; 5-3 10; 6-28 4; 8-30 9; 9-6 6; 9-13 7; 9-20 6, 7; 9-20 7 (P); 9-27 10;
                  10-4 6, 7; 10-11 6; 10-18 6; 10-25 5; 11-1 8; 11-7 7; 12-13 7; 12-20 5
          74: 2-14 6; 3-28 7; 4-18 7; 4-25 7; 8-29 7; 9-5 7; 9-12 6; 9-19 10; 9-26 8, 9; 10-3 6; 10-10
                  7; 10-17 10; 10-24 6; 11-6 6, 7, 8
          75: 2-27 9; 4-4 6, 7; 4-10 4; 4-17 6, 7; 5-8 7; 7-24 5; 8-29 12, 13; 9-5 11; 10-2 8, 9; 10-
                  9 9; 10-23 6; 10-30 8, 9; 11-6 8; 11-13 8; 11-20 4, 7; 12-4 9
        76: 1-29 5; 4-1 8; 4-8 6; 4-23 7; 9-2 15 (P); 9-9 10, 11 (P), 12; 9-16 8; 10-7 8, 9; 10-14 1;
                10-21 6, 7; 11-11 6; 11-18 6, 7; 12-2 1, 7; 12-9 1, 9 (P)
        77: 1-20 9; 2-3 7; 2-10 10; 3-31 8; 4-7 6, 7; 4-28 8; 9-1 10, 11; 9-8 10 (P); 9-15 9; 9-22
                10; 9-29 6; 10-6 12, 13; 10-20 11; 10-27 9; 11-3 8, 9; 11-10 11; 11-17 6; 12-8 12,
                13 (P)
        78: 1-12 11; 4-6 9; 4-13 6, 7; 5-4 12, 13; 7-27 5; 8-31 15 (P); 9-7 1, 10; 9-14 10; 9-21 8,
                10; 10-5 14, 15; 10-12 1, 13, 15; 10-26 10, 12; 11-2 11; 11-9 5, 10, 12 (P); 11-16
                9, 11; 11-30 10; 12-14 11
        79: 3-29 1, 13; 7-19 7; 8-30 14; 9-6 10, 12; 9-13 14; 9-20 9; 9-20 Encounter 8 (P); 9-27
                12; 10-4 8; 10-11 8; 10-28 7; 11-1 10; 11-8 12; 11-15 9; 11-29 7; 12-6 11; 12-13
                9
        80: 2-28 11; 4-17 9; 7-3 7; 7-17 8; 7-24 7, 8; 8-28 10; 9-4 8; 9-11 10, 11; 9-18 12; 9-25
                10, 11; 10-2 10, 11; 10-9 10; 10-16 8; 10-23 7; 11-6 8; 11-13 8; 11-20 9; 12-4 10;
                12-11 10
        81: 1-15 8; Spring 1981 Encounter 26; 6-18 8 (P); 7-9 8; 7-30 8; 9-3 9, 11; 9-10 1, 10; 9-
                17 9; 10-8 4 (P), 10; 10-22 8; 10-29 10, 11; 11-5 7, 8; 11-12 10; 11-19 9; 12-10 9
        82: 2-25 9; 4-1 10; 4-29 10; 9-2 8 (P), 9; 9-9 8; 9-16 8; 9-23 9, 11; 9-30 10; 10-7 10; 10-
                14 9; 10-28 8; 11-11 9, 12; 11-18 6, 7
        83: 2-10 6; 4-21 7; 7-21 8 (P); 9-1 13 (P), 15; 9-8 11; 9-15 10; 9-29 10; 10-6 12; 10-13 12;
                10-20 10; 11-10 8
        84: 3-1 9; 4-12 11; 5-3 12 (P); 8-30 19, 20, 24; 9-6 19, 22; 9-13 17; 9-18 5; 9-20 16; 9-27
                16; 10-2 6, 8; 10-4 13; 10-16 7; 10-18 17; 10-23 9, 12; 11-1 19, 20 (P); 11-6 9;
                11-8 19; 11-15 22; 12-6 2; 12-11 2
        85: 1-31 15; 2-26 5; 3-26 5; 7-9 1; 8-29 12, 13; 9-5 7; 9-12 8, 9 (P); 9-19 7; 9-26 9; 10-3
                7, 8; 10-17 7; 10-23 7; 11-7 7, 9; 11-14 8
        86: 7-24 6; 8-28 7; 9-11 7, 8; 9-18 8; 9-25 8; 10-2 7; 10-9 7; 10-30 8; 11-6 7, 8
        87: 6-25 2; 8-27 8; 9-3 6; 9-10 7 (P), 8; 9-17 7, 8; 9-24 7; 10-1 8; 10-8 7, 8; 10-22 7, 10;
                10-29 7; 11-5 7; 11-12 7, 9; 7-17 8
        88: 2-4 9; 2-18 8; 2-25 8; 3-17 8; 4-28 10; 8-25 7; 9-1 7, 8; 9-8 7, 8, 10; 9-15 9; 9-29 7;
                10-6 7; 10-12 1, 7; 10-27 9; 11-3 7; 11-10 7; 11-17 8
        89: 2-9 7; 2-16 7; 4-6 9; 4-13 11; 4-20 8; 4-27 7; 8-31 7, 10; 9-7 7; 9-14 7; 9-21 7; 9-28 7,
                9; 10-5 8; 10-12 7, 9; 10-19 7, 9; 11-2 8; 11-9 8; 11-16 7
        90: 2-22 7; 3-8 7; 4-12 8; 8-30 7; 9-6 7, 8; 9-13 7; 9-20 7; 9-27 7; 10-4 7; 10-11 7; 10-25
                7; 11-8 8; 11-15 7, 14; 11-20 14
        91: 2-14 9; 4-4 9; 4-25 9; 5-2 9; 7-3 10, 11; 8-29 7, 9; 9-12 7; 9-19 7; 9-26 7; 10-3 7; 10
                10 7; 10-17 7; 10-24 7; 10-31 7; 11-7 7, 8; 11-14 7
        92: 2-13 3 (P); 2-27 8; 4-2 7; 4-23 7; 8-27 7; 9-3 7, 8; 9-17 7; 9-24 7; 10-1 7, 8; 10-8 7;
                10-15 7, 8 (P), 10; 10-22 7, 8; 10-29 7, 8; 11-5 7; 11-12 8; 11-18 7, 8
        93: 4-8 7, 8 (P); 8-26 7; 9-2 7; 9-16 7, 8; 9-23 7; 9-30 7; 10-7 7, 8; 10-14 7; 10-21 7; 10-
                28 7; 11-4 7; 11-11 7; 11-18 7
        94: 2-17 8; 3-17 7; 4-14 7, 8; 4-28 9 (P); 8-25 7 (P); 9-1 7; 9-15 7, 9; 9-22 7 (P), 8; 9-29 7;
                10-6 7; 10-13 7; 10-20 7; 10-27 7; 11-3 7, 8; 11-10 7, 8; 11-17 7
        95: 2-9 9; 3-30 8; 4-6 7; 8-24 7 (P); 4-27 8; 8-31 7, 8 (P); 9-14 7, 8; 9-21 7, 10; 9-28 7, 9;
                10-5 11, 12, 13; 10-12 7, 9; 10-19 7 (P), 8; 10-26 8; 11-11 7, 8; 11-16 7
        96: 1-18 6; 4-11 7, 8; 8-29 9 (P), 10; 9-12 8; 9-19 8; 9-26 7; 10-17 5 (P); 11-21 8
        97: 2-6 6; 2-13 6 (P), 7; 5-1 6; 9-4 7 (P); 9-11 5 (P), 6; 9-18 7, 8; 9-25 5, 6; 10-2 5; 10-9 6;
                10-16 5; 10-23 7, 8; 10-30 7; 11-6 5; 11-20 4
        98: 9-3 7, 8 (P); 9-10 7; 9-17 7, 8; 9-24 7; 10-1 7, 8; 10-8 7; 10-15 7 (P), 8; 10-29 7, 8; 11-
                12 7, 8; 12-3 5 (P); 12-10 9 (P)
        99: 2-11 10; 3-4 5; 9-2 5; 9-16 5, 6; 9-23 5; 9-30 5; 10-7 5; 10-14 5, 6; 10-28 5 (P); 11-11
                5; 11-18 5; 12-9 10
        2000: 4-6 7; 4-20 4; 9-7 5; 9-21 5
        2001: 11-15 5
Bortner, M A 97: 3-13 1
Bosak, Jenny (Jennifer)
        91: 1-17 7; 1-24 8; 1-31 10; 2-7 9; 2-14 8; 2-21 8; 3-7 8; 3-14 7; 4-4 7; 4-11 7; 4-18 7
          92: 1-23 7; 1-30 8; 2-6 9 (P); 2-13 7; 2-27 7; 3-5 7; 3-12 7; 4-9 7; 4-16 7; 4-23 7; 4-30 7
          93: 2-4 7; 2-11 9; 2-18 7; 2-25 8; 3-11 7; 4-8 7; 4-22 7
-, Kristine 79: 3-22 9
-, P J
          74: 9-19 2; 9-26 5; 10-10 3; 10-17 3; 10-24 2 LTE; 11-6 4
          75: 2-20 4; 3-13 Special 8; 4-4 4; 4-17 1, 8; 6-26 6, 8; 7-17 5; 7-24 6; 12-4 2 LTE
          76: 9-23 7; 9-29 4; 10-7 2, 3; 10-14 1 (P), 9; 10-21 4, 6; 11-4 1, 2, 11; 11-11 6; 11-18 2, 4,
                  6; 12-2 2, 3, 6; 12-9 1, 3, 8, 9
          77: 1-13 2; 1-20 2, 6, 8; 1-27 2; 2-3 2; 2-10 2; 2-17 2; 2-24 2; 3-3 2; 3-17 2; 3-24 2; 3-31
                  2, 8; 4-7 2; 4-14 2; 4-21 2; 4-28 2, 9; 5-5 2, 11; 9-1 2; 9-8 2, 10, 12; 9-15 2, 9; 9-
                  22 2, 12; 9-29 2; 10-6 2, 7, 13; 10-20 2, 3, 10; 10-27 2, 11; 11-3 2; 11-10 11; 11-
                  17 2, 6; 12-1 2, 10, 11; 12-8 2, 9, 12, 13, 16
          78: 1-12 2, 11; 1-19 2, 6, 7; 1-26 2; 2-2 2, 10; 2-9 2, 9; 2-16 2; 2-23 2, 9; 3-8 2, 10; 3-16
                  2; 3-30 1, 2, 7, 8; 4-6 2; 4-13 2; 4-20 2, 3, 9; 4-27 2, 8; 5-4 2, 15; 6-15 4; 8-31 2;
                  9-7 1; 9-14 2; 9-21 2; 9-28 2; 10-5 2; 10-26 2; 11-9 2; 11-30 1; 12-14 2
          79: 1-11 2; 1-18 2; 1-26 2; 2-1 2; 2-8 2; 2-15 2; 2-22 2; 3-1 2; 3-15 2; 3-22 2, 14; 3-29 2;
                  4-5 2; 4-12 3; 4-26 1, 2; 5-3 2; 6-21 2; 6-28 2; 7-12 2; 7-19 2
Boscaljon, Kari
          2001: 4-19 6; 9-27 12; 12-6 5; 12-13 7
          2002: 1-24 6; 207 6; 2-14 6; 2-21 6; 2-28 6; 3-7 5; 11-7 6
Bosco, Pat J 81: 10-8 1
Bose, Debra (see also Bosse) 89: 11-2 9
-, Jerry H 73: 9-27 1
Bosely, Dave 78: 6-15 1
-, Mike 95: 3-30 8
Boshart, Eric 71: 4-29 6
-, engagement of 71: 3-18 7
Bosley, Elissa 95: 1-26 8; 2-2 11 (P)
Bosnia 93: 11-18 1
Boss, Michelle
          84: 2-16 11
          85: 2-5 10
-, Mike
          90: 4-19 7; 10-25 10; 12-6 8
          91: 1-24 7;2-7 7 (P), 10; 2-14 7 (P); 2-21 7; 4-18 9; 11-21 7; 12-5 8; 12-13 7
          92: 1-23 7; 1-30 7, 8 (P); 2-6 7 (P); 2-13 7, 8; 2-20 7; 2-27 7; 3-5 7; 3-12 7
Boss of the Year Award 73: 3-29 4
Bossard, Ken
          73: 1-11 4; 4-26 4
          74: 1-17 5
Bosse, Deb (Debby, Debra) (see also Bose)
          89: 11-30 8 (P); 12-7 8
          90: 2-22 8, 9; 11-15 9; 12-6 7
          91: 1-24 9; 1-31 9; 10-3 1
-, Ed 74: 10-17 5
-, Jack 83: 11-17 3
-, Karen 74: 11-14 4
-, Nancy 87: 4-16 4
Bosses‟ Luncheon
          71: 2-4 3
          82: 3-18 1
Bosshamer, Bronson (see also Bosshammer)
          95: 8-24 9
          96: 4-18 7; 4-25 12
          97: 4-10 6; 4-17 7
          98: 3-19 6; 4-2 5; 4-9 5; 4-16 5; 4-23 5; 4-30 10
          99: 3-25 5, 6; 4-22 6; 4-29 8
          2002: 4-25 6
-, Kermit 79: 12-6 4
Bosshammer, Bronson (see also Bosshamer)
          96: 11-7 9
          97: 2-27 7; 3-20 7; 4-3 6; 9-18 8
Bosshardt, Carol
          78: 8-31 11
          79: 7-12 1
Bossung, Andrew
          97: 10-2 3
          98: 10-29 11
Bostick, Jon 92: 4-30 8 (P)
Boston, Deborah 88: 1-14 6; 5-5 2
-, Krista (Krista Kay)
          88: 2-18 1 (P); 2-25 1; 3-17 1 (P); 4-14 1; 4-28 1; 5-5 1; 8-25 1; 9-8 1, 6; 9-29 1; 10-6 1, 3
                   LTE; 11-10 1; 11-17 1, 2 (P)
          89: 1-12 1; 1-19 1; 1-26 1; 2-16 12; 3-2 1; 3-30 1; 4-6 1; 4-13 1; 4-27 1, 3 LTE; 5-4 1; 9-
                   21 4; 9-28 1; 10-5 1; 11-2 3 LTE; 11-9 1; 11-16 6; 11-30 3 LTE, 4; 12-7 1; 12-14
                   1
          90: 1-18 1, 4; 1-25 1, 6; 2-1 1, 4; 2-8 2; 2-15 1; 3-1 1; 3-8 1, 2, 3 LTE; 11-20 3 LTE
-, Rick
          85: 9-26 1
          87: 2-26 10
Boswell, Dan 87: 11-5 1 (P); 12-10 1
-, Kendra 2001: 4-26 11
Bosworth, Brian 90: 3-8 1
Botdorf, Nicki 98: 11-12 1, 2, 4
Bothe, Sue 71: 2-18 6; 3-4 5; 10-28 6 (P)
Bothe-Placke, Sue 84: 11-13 14
Botsford, Bill 71: 2-4 5
Botsford, Brian
          95: 10-26 2
          98: 12-3 4
          99: 3-4 3
Bottle Barn (business)
          78: 1-19 1; 10-26 1
          80: 9-11 1
          81: 3-19 1; 9-10 1
          89: 9-28 5
bottle bill 78: 10-26 1
bottles, bill to require deposit on 80: 1-24 1
Bottom, Thomas B (Tom)
          71: 12-2 3
          72: 1-20 2 LTE; 3-9 2 LTE; 3-10 2; 3-23 5
          73: 4-3 2
Bottrell, Marilyn 74: 12-12 3
Botts, Christy 87: 9-24 1
Bottsch, Marcy 73: 10-11 3
Bouback, Cheryl
          79: 12-6 7
          80: 1-31 7
Boucher, Aub 84: 4-26 3 (P)
-, Bill 95: 4-6 10; 10-26 2
-, Blaine 90: 6-28 5
-, Jim 71: 2-18 7
-, John 72: 7-13 3
Boudreau, Donna
          97: 11-20 5
          2000: 4-6 10
Boughtin, Jodi
          94: 4-7 1; 4-28 2
          95: 3-16 10; 4-27 10 (P)
          96: 3-7 2
Boughton, Craig 88: 4-7 1
-, Judy 96: 1-18 2
-, Leslie
          89: 4-27 6; 8-31 1; 9-21 12; 11-9 3 LTE; 11-30 1
          90: 2-1 6
          91: 4-18 4; 9-12 4; 11-7 4
          92: 2-13 11; 3-12 4
Boukal, Bob 77: 1-27 4; 3-24 1; 3-31 3
-, Jeff 84: 2-23 6
-, Julie 2001: 9-20 6; 9-27 6
Boukel, Rick 81: 6-18 5 (P)
Boulden, Brent 90: 9-6 1
-, Kristin 94: 2-10 2 (P)
Boulware, Scott 93: 1-21 2 (P)
-, Tom 88: 9-15 9
bounced checks see bad checks
Bouncristiani, Adrian 79: 11-8 11
„Bound and Gagged‟ (recording) 92: 8-27 13
Bouquet of Hope program 2002: 10-31 10
Bourgault, Jason 92: 9-17 12
Bourhers, John 72: 11-16 3
Bourke, Tim 86: 3-7 4 (P)
Bourlier, Rosann (Rose Ann)
          78: 10-12 5
          81: 2-26 5
Bourn, Pam 77: 11-10 12
Bourne, Carlene 94: 2-24 1
-, Don 79: 8-30 13
-, Doug 81: 3-26 5 (P)
Bousquet, Anne 98: 1-15 3; 1-22 3; 1-29 3; 2-5 3; 2-12 3; 2-19 3; 2-26 3; 3-5 3; 3-12 3; 3-19 3;
          4-2 3; 4-9 3; 4-16 3; 4-23 3; 4-30 3
Boutmahavong, Souks 94: 2-17 8
Bouton, Marla
          75: 8-29 3; 10-17 5
          76: 10-21 4; 11-18 4
          77: 4-7 5
          82: 9-30 1
Boutwell, Melissa 2000: 4-20 6
Bovvins, Danny 73: 4-19 7
Bowden, Cheryl (Cheri) 71: 9-30 5; 11-18 4; 12-2 4
-, Donnye 77: 6-16 8
-, Leslie (Les) 71: 9-9 1, 4
-, Ronda 89: 4-13 5
Bowen, Dave
          76: 11-18 2
          80: 1-24 2 (P); 1-31 2 (P); 2-14 2 (P); 2-21 2 (P); 2-28 2 (P); 3-6 2 (P); 3-13 2 (P); 3-27 2
                   (P); 4-3 2 (P); 4-17 2 (P); 4-24 2 (P); 5-1 2 (P)
-, Matt 83: 2-17 8
-, William G 71: 4-20 9 (P), 10, 11, 12
Bower, Betty Jane
         77: 3-17 5 (P)
         78: 1-12 2 LTE; 1-19 1
         79: 7-19 6 (P); 10-28 3
         81: 2-5 2 LTE
         82: 1-21 1
-, Janie 79: 2-8 7
-, Jerry 84: 10-17 9 (P)
Bower-Hansen, Janie 92: 10-8 10 (P)
Bowick, Earl 75: 8-29 3
-, Susan 75: 8-29 3
Bowie, Roger 79: 10-4 1
Bowker, Gerald 78: 9-7 1
bowl games
         89: 12-14 8
         90: 12-13 9
Bowl-A-Thon
         89: 3-2 2; 3-16 2; 3-30 2
         90: 1-25 2; 10-25 14; 11-1 12
         92: 2-27 10; 10-1 14
Bowler, Suzy 99: 3-25 1
Bowles, Chris 84: 3-23 3 (P)
-, Mitchell 91: 11-7 2 (p)
Bowley, Lynn
         79: 2-15 8; 9-27 9
         80: 2-7 6
Bowling, Cyndi (Cindy, Cyndie)
         71: 5-6 1; 5-13 1 (P)
         72: 11-9 1
         73: 1-18 1; 2-1 1 (P); 2-15 1; 2-22 2; 3-1 1, 2; 3-8 1; 3-29 1; 4-3 8; 4-5 1; 4-12 6; 4-19 1;
                  4-26 1; 5-10 1; 7-26 2 LTE
         74: 5-2 1; 9-5 1, 2; 9-12 1, 2; 9-19 2; 9-26 2; 10-3 2; 10-17 2; 11-6 2; 11-14 2; 11-21 2;
                  12-5 2; 12-12 2; 12-19 2
         75: 1-16 2; 1-23 2; 1-30 2, 3; 2-13 2; 2-20 2; 3-6 2; 3-13 2; 5-1 2
Bowling, Dean
         89: 9-7 9; 11-2 7
         90: 1-25 9; 2-8 9; 2-15 9; 2-22 8; 3-1 8; 4-5 7
-, Kevin 97: 2-6 8; 2-27 2; 3-6 9; 3-13 9
-, Michael D (Mike)
         80: 12-4 11 (P)
         83: 11-10 7
         84: 6-14 6
bowling
         76: 7-9 8
         97: 4-3 6, 7
         99: 10-7 5
         2002; 12-5 7
-, intramural
         71: 9-30 6
         73: 1-18 6; 1-25 6; 2-15 9; 2-22 7
         74: 1-31 6; 2-7 8; 2-21 6
         75: 2-13 7; 2-20 5; 2-27 8
         83: 11-10 1
         84: 1-26 3, 12; 3-1 9
         85: 2-7 18; 2-21 11; 10-23 8; 11-7 9; 11-14 7; 12-5 12
         86: 4-10 7; 4-17 8
         87: 2-5 7
         88: 1-21 8
- -, women‟s 71: 10-21 6
Bowling Club
         97: 2-20 6
         99: 10-7 5
Bowling for Muscular Dystrophy 84: 2-16 3; 2-23 3
bowling team
         91: 3-14 8; 4-25 7; 9-19 8; 10-10 9; 10-24 9; 10-31 9; 11-21 9
         92: 1-30 8; 2-27 7; 3-5 8
         94: 3-31 7, 8
         95: 10-26 7
Bowling Green State University 96: 2-2 10
Bowman, Anne 89: 7-27 5 (P)
-, Brad
         71: 4-29 6; 5-6 3; 5-13 6
         72: 4-13 6
-, Chet 73: 12-13 1
-, Clay
         95: 12-7 7
         97: 1-23 6; 2-6 7
-, Dottie 81: 10-1 11
-, Jim
         87: 11-12 8
         96: 2-8 2
-, Pam
         88: 2-4 4
         90: 10-25 11
-, Robyn 2001: 1-25 7
-, Tami
         71: 2-18 1; 2-25 2 (P); 3-4 1; 3-25 3; 4-15 1
         72: 1-13 3; 3-2 Supp 2 (P); 3-9 1; 3-16 1; 4-13 1; 4-20 1; 4-27 1; 9-21 1
         73: 1-18 1; 1-25 1; 3-8 1
Bowsman, Cynthia 93: 3-11 6
Boxcar see The Boxcar
boxing, professional
         71: 3-4 6
         90: 2-15 11; 10-25 9
         91: 5-2 8
Boxing Smoker
         78: 4-27 3
         82: 3-4 5; 3-18 1; 3-25 8; 11-11 5
         83: 2-17 1
Boy America Beauty Contest 80: 2-21 1
Boy Beautiful 80: 2-21 1; 2-28 3
„Boy in the Box‟ (recording) 85: 8-29 10
Boy Scout Troop 136 80: 9-18 3
Boy Scouts of America 71: 11-4 4
Boyd, Alison 85: 2-12 7
-, Jason
         98: 1-22 5; 1-29 5; 2-5 6; 2-19 7; 2-26 6; 3-5 5, 7; 3-12 5; 3-19 5; 4-2 6; 4-9 5; 4-16 5; 4-
                  23 6; 4-30 9, 10; 9-3 7; 9-17 7; 9-24 7; 10-1 7; 10-8 7, 8 (P); 10-29 7; 11-5 5; 11-
                  12 7; 11-19 7; 12-3 5; 12-10 9
         99: 1-21 2, 3, 5; 1-28 3, 5; 2-4 3; 2-11 3, 7; 2-25 3, 7; 3-4 3; 3-11 3, 7; 3-25 3, 5; 4-1 3, 8
                  (P); 4-15 3; 4-22 3, 5; 4-29 3, 4, 8
-, John
         81: 3-19 1
         83: 9-15 7
-, Joyce 87: 4-16 2 (P)
Boye, Diana
         91: 2-21 3 LTE
         92: 1-30 2 (P)
Boyer, Barb 87: 6-25 8
-, Bill
         98: 1-15 3, 1-22 3, 6; 5; 1-29 3, 5; 2-5 3 (P), 6; 2-12 3, 7; 2-19 3; 2-26 1, 3, 5, 6; 3-5 3, 5;
                  3-12 3; 3-19 3; 4-2 3; 4-9 3; 4-16 3, 5 (P); 4-23 3, 5; 4-30 3; 8-27 3, 7 (P); 9-3 3, 7
                  (P), 8; 9-10 3, 7 (P); 9-17 1, 3, 5 (P), 8; 9-24 3, 7 (P), 8; 10-1 3, 6, 7 (P), 8; 10-8
                  3, 7 (P), 8; 10-15 3, 7 (P); 10-29 3, 6, 7 (P), 8; 11-5 3, 5; 11-15 3, 7, 8; 11-19 1, 3,
                  7, 8; 12-3 3, 5; 12-10 3, 10
         99: 1-21 1, 2, 3; 1-28 1, 3 (P); 2-4 1, 2, 3; 2-11 3 (P); 2-25 1, 2, 3; 3-4 1, 3; 3-11 1, 3; 3-25
                  1, 3; 4-1 1, 3, 4; 4-15 1, 3; 4-22 1, 2, 3; 4-29 1, 4, 13; 9-23 2; 9-30 2; 10-7 2; 10-
                  14 2; 10-28 2; 11-4 1; 11-18 2; 12-9 2
         2001: 4-19 1
-, Ernest L
         86: 12-4 9
         89: 3-30 2; 4-6 2, 12; 4-13 2 (P)
-, Judy 84: 5-3 11
Boyer, Rosalie 71: 4-29 1, 3; 5-6 6
Boyington, Eldon 71: 5-6 6
Boyle, Mike 85: 10-17 1
-, Todd
         79: 10-4 6; 11-8 8
         82: 11-11 5
Boyles, Ryan 99: 9-9 6
-, Sonja 81: 2-5 1
Boyll, Travis
         99: 3-25 5 (P); 4-22 5
         2000: 3-9 5 (P); 3-23 6; 3-30 7; 4-13 6; 4-27 10
         2001: 2-15 6; 3-29 4; 4-5 5; 4-12 5; 4-19 5; 4-26 8
         2002: 1-31 5; 2-28 6; 3-7 5, 6; 3-14 5; 4-4 5; 4-11 5, 6; 4-18 6; 4-25 6; 5-2 8
Boys Town 90: 11-8 6
Boys Town Concert Choir 72: 11-9 1; 11-16 1
Boyse, Shirley 73: 2-155 3
Braasch, Lisa
         81: 10-1 1
         83: 2-3 5
Brabec, Angela
         88: 2-25 1; 3-17 1; 9-8 1; 9-29 1; 11-17 7
         89: 4-13 7
-, Christine 98: 4-16 7
-, Kim 97: 10-16 5
-, Margie
         95: 4-27 8 (P)
         96: 4-25 12; 9-12 9; 10-10 2 (P)
         97: 10-30 6
Brace, David 98: 1-29 8
-, Jason 92: 1-23 2 (P)
Bracha, Rich (Richard)
         87: 10-22 10; 10-29 9; 12-3 8
         88: 10-27 9
         89: 4-13 7; 11-9 7
          90: 3-1 7; 11-15 7
Brachkan, Gary (see also Brackan, Bracken, Brackhan, Brakhan) 73: 11-29 5 (P); 12-6 1
Brachle, Ben
          99: 9-23 2 (P)
          2002: 2-7 2; 5-2 6
Brackan, Gary (see also Brachkan, Bracken, Brackhan, Brakhan) 75: 9-11 5
Bracken, Gary (see also Brachkan, Brackan, Brackhan, Brakhan)
          75: 9-18 3
          76: 1-15 3; 1-29 3
Brackenbury, Dave 96: 4-25 7
Brackhan, Brenda 71: 3-11 3; 4-1 4
-, Doug 71: 1-14 3; 5-13 3 (P)
-, Gary L (see also Brachkan, Brackan, Bracken, Brakhan)
          73: 2-15 6; 2-22 1; 3-1 3 (P); 3-29 1; 4-5 1; 4-26 4; 5-10 1; 9-20 1 (P); 9-27 1
          74: 2-28 1; 3-7 1; 3-21 1; 3-28 1 (P); 9-5 1 (P); 10-10 1; 11-6 5; 11-21 1; 12-19 2 LTE
          75: 1-16 1; 1-30 1; 3-6 1; 3-20 1; 4-4 1 (P); 4-10 1; 5-1 1; 5-8 1; 8-29 3, 7, 10; 9-5 2; 9-18
                  3; 9-25 2, 8; 10-2 3; 10-9 2, 3, 4; 10-30 3; 11-6 6; 11-13 3; 11-20 5; 12-4 3; 12-11
                  1, 8
          76: 1-15 3; 1-22 3; 2-5 3; 2-12 3; 2-19 3; 2-26 3, 8; 3-25 4; 4-15 3; 9-16 1
Bradbury, Irene
          85: 2-26 3 LTE
          88: 1-14 6; 4-21 14; 5-5 2
-, Robert (Bob)
          71: 1-7 1; 2-18 1
          72: 11-2 1 (P)
          73: 9-27 8
          75: 12-11 5
-, Ray 2001: 10-18 4
Bradden, Shirley 75: 10-30 4
Braden, Lisa 85: 3-21 11 (P)
-, Shirley 75: 11-13 10
Bradenkamp, Shea 95: 2-16 6
Bradfield, Kristine 95: 10-5 6; 11-16 9; 11-30 6
Bradford, Tracy 92: 4-2 1
Bradley, Brenda 93: 11-11 11
-, Henry 85: 9-12 1
-, James W 78: 10-26 1
-, Janet 74: 8-29 1; 11-21 3
-, Kirk 81: 3-5 5
-, Lee 76: 1-15 7; 1-22 5
- -, scholarship won by 73: 7-12 6
-, Linda 90: 3-29 5
-, Mike 80: 1-17 4
-, Millie 2001: 4-26 9
-, Norma
          98: 1-29 8; 2-5 7; 2-12 6; 2-19 6; 2-26 1; 3-12 4; 3-19 3 (P), 4; 4-2 4; 4-9 3 (P); 4-16 8; 4-
                  23 1; 4-30 8; 9-17 2 (P)
          99: 9-2 10; 9-9 1; 9-16 2; 9-23 2; 9-30 1; 10-7 7; 10-14 1; 10-28 9; 11-18 1; 12-2 1; 12-9 1
          2000: 4-13 7
-, Pat
          94: 11-3 2 (P)
          95: 4-27 10 (P)
          97: 5-1 1 (P); 9-11 4
-, Robert V 73: 7-12 6
-, Staci
          89: 10-5 4; 10-12 11; 12-7 10
         90: 1-25 9; 2-8 9; 2-15 9; 2-22 8; 3-1 8; 3-29 8; 4-5 7; 4-12 8; 4-19 8; 4-26 7; 5-3 7; 10-11
                 13; 11-15 6; 11-20 4, 12; 12-6 4
Bradrick, Ronald (Ron) (see also Braderick)
         71: 3-11 2 LTE
         72: 2-3 3
         73: 2-22 3; 4-5 3; 11-29 4
         74: 3-21 6; 4-18 5
         75: 2-13 3; 12-18 4
         76: 1-29 1, 6; 2-12 10; 2-19 5; 3-18 4; 4-1 7; 4-8 4
         77: 9-1 8
Bradshaw, Candice 77: 1-13 1
-, Doug 81: 1-29 4
-, Randy 86: 7-8 4
Brady, Bo 85: 3-26 2; 3-28 1; 4-2 1
-, Danielle (Danelle) 89: 10-5 1; 12-7 1
-, Jordan 90: 2-15 5
-, Katherine 85: 4-2 2; 4-16 1 (P); 4-18 6
-, Kim 85: 2-19 12
Brady, Scott
         71: 3-25 6
         72: 3-2 6; 4-13 6
-, Tom 2002: 2-21 4 (P); 2-28 4 (P)
-, Vickie 94: 2-10 6
Brady Bunch see The Brady Bunch
Braeman, Kathy 72: 4-27 5
Bragg, Larry 77: 7-21 3; 9-15 3
Brahmer, Seth 93: 4-29 15
-, Suzanne 91: 10-3 1
Brailey, Sharol 87: 4-16 6
brain drain
         87: 4-16 4; 7-23 2
         97: 2-6 1, 5
„Brain Gain‟ (policy) 98: 1-22 1
Brakeman, Deb 95: 3-16 10
Brakhan, Gary (see also Brachkan, Brackan, Bracken, Brackhan) 73: 9-6 3
Bramble, Ethal 76: 9-16 7
Brammer, Lawrence 78: 10-26 2
Bramson, Eudeanne 90: 6-28 1
Branaham, Dan (see also Branham) 81: 10-8 11 (P)
Branch, Eddie 89: 2-16 7
-, Stephen
         97: 9-4 6
         98: 10-1 10
         2001: 10-4 1; 11-15 8
-, Troy 97: 10-9 1, 4 (P)
Branco, Heloisa
         94: 11-10 10
         95: 2-16 4
Brandenberg, William (see also Brandenburg) 72: 6-22 3
Brandenburg, William (see also Brandenberg)
         71: 6-24 1
         73: 3-1 8
Brandert, Shelley (Shelly) 89: 2-9 14; 11-9 5
Brandl, Jeremy 99: 4-15 2
-, John 91: 1-31 2 (P)
-, Josh
         99: 4-29 8 (P)
         2000: 1-27 5
Brandon, Sarah 2001: 3-1 1; 12-6 8+
Brandt, Aubrey 93: 2-11 5 (P)
-, David (Dave)
         77: 2-10 9; 4-14 1 (P); 4-21 5; 11-3 1; 11-17 1
         78: 2-2 3; 3-16 3; 4-13 4; 9-14 6; 11-30 1 (P); 12-7 3 (P)
         79: 3-1 3; 9-6 3
         80: 2-14 3; 2-21 3 (P); 4-3 1; 11-20 3; 12-4 3
         81: 4-2 3; 11-12 1 (P)
         85: 8-29 3
         86: 2-13 7 (P)
         90: 6-28 8; 7-19 1
         92: 8-27 5
         93: 2-11 5 (P)
-, Deb 81: 4-23 6
-, Deena
         79: 11-8 1
         80: 7-24 1 (P)
-, DonDel 96: 12-5 6
-, Doug
         71: 2-18 5; 5-6 4
         73: 1-18 1
-, Heidi 95: 3-30 7; 4-13 7
-, Joel
         98: 2-26 2 (P)
         99: 4-29 7
         2000: 3-2 5
         2001: 1-25 5; 2-1 6; 2-8 5; 4-26 7
-, Jon
         97: 9-4 5, 9 (P)
         2002: 4-25 10
-, Karen 71: 2-4 5
-, Lynn (Lynne)
         78: 9-14 3
         81: 10-1 4
         85: 2-14 2; 9-5 2 (P)
-, Mark 81: 9-10 9
-, Mike
         77: 4-21 8
         79: 3-15 10; 3-22 13; 3-29 14; 4-5 10, 11; 4-12 8; 4-26 7; 5-3 14
         80: 6-26 8
         81: 3-5 8; 3-26 8; 4-2 8; 4-9 9; 4-30 9; 5-7 9
-, Mindi 90: 11-1 5 (P)
-, Nick
         77: 12-8 16, 17
         78: 1-19 7
         79: 2-1 13; 3-1 11; 4-12 10
         80: 2-28 11; 3-6 8 (P); 4-24 8; 5-1 9
         81: 1-29 7; 2-5 9; 2-12 9; 3-5 9; 3-19 10; 4-9 8
-, Nina
         71: 9-23 1 (P)
         72: 3-9 5
-, Roger
         71: 9-23 1
         72: 2-3 5; 2-17 5
         73: 4-19 3
         75: 1-16 3
         77: 5-5 1; 12-8 9
         78: 10-26 1
         80: 8-28 3
         83: 9-29 1
-, Sadie 2001: 11-15 2 (P)
Branham, Daniel J (see also Branaham) 82: 4-22 6 (P)
Branigan, Scott 82: 1-28 1
Branigan‟s Hair Studio (business) 93: 4-1 9
Brannagan, Larry 85: 2-14 18; 11-7 9; 11-14 7
Brannigan, Mike 85: 2-26 5
Brannan, Emma 89: 8-31 2
Branson, Jeanette 99: 11-11 7
Brant, Clayton 78: 9-14 5
Branting, Nick
         2000: 4-20 9; 11-2 7; 11-9 4 (P); 11-30 7; 12-7 6 (P)
         2001: 1-18 5; 1-25 5 (P), 6; 2-1 5; 2-15 5; 2-22 5; 3-1 5; 3-8 6; 11-15 5; 11-29 6; 12-6 5;
                  12-13 7
         2002: 1-24 5, 6; 1-31 6; 2-7 5, 6; 2-14 5; 2-21 5, 7; 2-28 5 (P); 3-7 5, 6; 3-14 5; 10-31 5;
                  11-21 6; 12-5 4; 12-12 5
Brantz, Gary 74: 12-12 3
Branz, Cindy 77: 12-8 9
Brase, Robert 95: 3-2 8
Brashear, Kermit 86: 2-20 1 (P)
Brask, Willard
         77: 9-8 1
         78: 4-6 6 (P)
Brask-Schieber Duo 77: 9-8 1
Brass and Jute Works (business)
         86: 2-27 4
         91: 9-19 4
Brass Buckle see The Brass Buckle (business)
Brass Quintet 71: 3-25 3
Bratt, Curtis 85: 10-10 9
Brattain, Nancy
         87: 9-17 5 (P); 12-3 2
         88: 1-21 1; 2-18 10; 4-7 12; 4-21 2; 6-23 2, 5; 6-30 2; 8-25 2; 9-1 2; 9-8 4; 9-15 1; 9-22
                  12; 10-12 2, 13 (P); 10-27 2; 11-17 1; 12-1 4, 6
         89: 2-2 1; 2-23 1; 3-16 2; 3-30 2;; 4-6 1; 4-20 1; 5-4 6; 8-31 1, 13; 10-5 1; 12-14 1
Bratten, Don 71: 4-29 3
Brauch, Todd
         84: 9-13 13; 11-8 18
         85: 3-28 7
Brauer, Larry
         74: 8-29 775: 4-10 4; 5-8 7; 8-29 12; 9-26 8; 11-21 7
-, Pat 74: 11-21 5
-, Warren C
         74: 10-3 1; 10-10 1; 10-17 1
         75: 3-6 1; 11-6 4
-, Warren C
         76: 10-21 2 LTE; 11-11 2 LTE
         77: 1-13 2 LTE; 2-24 1 (P); 3-3 1; 3-17 1 (P); 3-24 3; 3-31 3; 4-7 3 (P); 5-5 3; 6-30 2; 9-8
                  3; 10-6 3; 11-10 5 (P)
         78: 1-12 3; 2-9 2 LTE; 9-21 1; 10-5 3; 11-9 1
-, Zeke 78: 11-2 3
Braun, Amy 94: 2-17 2 (P)
-, Annete 84: 10-18 7
Braun, Barb
         73: 9-27 8
         74: 3-21 3
-, Beverly (Bev)
         73: 9-13 4
         74: 2-21 1
         75: 3-13 Special 3; 4-10 6; 9-18 4
         76: 4-8 Spring 9; 9-29 3; 12-9 3
         77: 4-14 8; 6-30 8
-, Carl 71: 7-15 3
-, Carol 76: 3-25 1
-, Darcy 97: 11-20 4
-, Heidi 76: 3-25 8
-, Janet 75: 12-18 3
-, Kris 80: 5-1 Encounter 4 (P)
-, Lacye 2000: 3-23 1
-, Peggy 78: 11-16 4
-, Sharon
         95: 11-16 2
         96: 11-7 2
-, Shelly 75: 3-20 1
-, Sheryl
         81: 4-9 3
         82: 11-24 3
         83: 2-24 8
Brausnahan, Julie (see also Brusnahan) 83: 3-24 8; 4-14 7; 4-21 8
Brav, Arne 81: 4-23 1
Brawand, John E (see also Berawand, Broward)
         86: 8-28 12
         87: 11-19 6
         88: 4-14 4 (P); 10-6 14; 11-10 2; 11-17 2
         90: 11-15 14
Brawner, Micki 71: 7-29 3
Bray, Debra 89: 10-19 15
-, Julie M 2002: 4-18 7; 4-25 10
Brayton, Mike 95: 1-19 7
-, Robert 74: 1-17 1
-, Sarah 98: 1-29 4
Brazada, Kim 85: 4-16 1
Brazie, Arlene 72: 10-19 1
-, Betsi 73: 6-21 1
Brazil, David 89: 8-31 14; 9-14 16
Brazil
         77: 5-5 4
         79: 10-4 5
Brazino, Pam 73: 9-27 6
Brazzier, Anthony
         89: 4-13 8; 4-27 8
         90: 1-18 9
         91: 2-7 9; 4-11 7; 4-18 7; 5-2 7
         92: 1-23 7; 2-6 7; 2-13 7; 2-20 7; 2-27 7; 3-5 7; 4-16 7; 4-23 7
Bread for the World
         81: 11-12 7
         82: 1-21 1
„Bread Making‟ (minicourse) 74: 1-31 3; 12-5 1
Breadeaux Pisa (business) 90: 9-20 4
Break, George F 78: 9-14 9
break, housing during 93: 3-11 4
„Breaker Morant‟ (film) 82: 1-21 5; 2-18 3
breakfast, student habits regarding 80: 1-17 5
breast cancer
           97: 10-23 1
           2002: 9-26 3, 9
breast cancer research 2000: 4-20 2
Breathe Free (antismoking program) 93: 9-23 11
Brecht, Alan
           78: 4-6 4; 6-22 7; 6-29 6 (P)
           79: 3-22 4
-, Karen 92: 2-6 11
-, Kyle
           97: 1-30 10 (P); 3-20 2 (P)
           98: 1-22 8 (P); 4-30 1 (P)
Breci, Tracy 91: 1-24 2 (P); 10-3 1
Breckenridge, A C 76: 2-12 10; 3-18 3 (P)
-, Adam C 77: 1-27 1
Brede, Corine 76: 9-16 7
           Brede, Bryan (Drian)
           72: 11-2 9
           74: 10-10 7 (P); 10-17 10; 10-24 7; 11-14 7
-, Byron 73: 9-20 6
Bredenkamp, Eric (see also Bredonkamp, Brendenkamp)
           96: 2-8 13
           97: 1-23 7; 1-30 7; 2-13 7; 3-20 7; 4-17 6 (P)
           98: 1-22 5; 1-29 5; 2-5 6; 2-12 7; 2-19 7; 3-12 5; 4-9 5; 4-23 5; 4-30 9
           99: 2-11 7, 10; 2-25 7; 4-29 7
-, Shea
           94: 4-28 6
           95: 4-27 9
-, Sue
           79: 11-29 6
           81: 3-26 3
Bredonkamp, Eric (see also Bredenkamp, Brendenkamp) 1-30-97 7
Bredthauer, Arvin 85: 2-5 11
Breen, Cathy 96: 2-29 2 (P)
-, Dennis 71: 4-29 3
-, Jill (see also Bren)
           77: 9-22 12 (P)
           78: 3-16 8; 4-20 6, 8; 4-27 8; 5-4 14; 8-31 14; 9-14 11; 9-28 10; 10-12 14; 10-26 11; 11-9
                   11; 11-30 9
           79: 3-29 13; 4-5 10; 8-30 13; 9-6 11; 9-20 11; 9-27 11 (P), 13; 10-28 7; 11-1 10; 11-15 10
           80: 4-3 10; 4-24 9; 5-1 10; 8-28 12; 9-11 1, 7 (P); 9-18 13; 9-25 11; 10-2 10; 10-9 9; 10-
                   16 9; 10-23 8 (P); 11-6 10 (P); 11-13 10
           81: 3-19 10; 3-26 8; 4-9 10; 4-23 8; 5-7 10; 9-3 10
-, Mike 80: 10-16 9
-, Nick
           98: 11-12 1
           2000: 11-2 1
Breese, Dave 73: 3-22 4; 4-5 5
Brehm, Lisa 82: 6-24 4; 9-30 4
-, Sue 78: 11-2 5
-, Trish
         92: 10-1 13
         95: 11-11 9
-, Vickie 77: 11-17 1
Brehmer, Kelle 95: 3-30 2
-, Ryan (Ryan James)
         95: 9-28 2; 10-5 6
         96: 2-22 10; 10-10 8; 10-24 4 LTE; 11-14 10; 11-21 12
         97: 2-6 11; 2-20 3 LTE; 11-6 8; 12-4 2, 7; 12-11 2, 13
         98: 1-15 7; 1-22 7; 1-29 9; 2-5 9; 2-12 9; 2-19 9; 2-26 7; 3-5 9; 3-12 6; 3-19 7; 4-2 7; 4-9
                  7; 4-16 7; 4-23 9; 4-30 4, 15; 9-3 9; 9-17 9
Breiner, Dana 86: 9-25 1
-, Karen 98: 9-17 6; 9-24 6
-, Tania 2001: 4-5 2 (P)
Breitkrautz, Matt 2002: 3-7 2 (P); 9-5 1
Brekel, Laura 94: 10-27 2 (P)
Brelan, Dan (see also Breland) 96: 11-14 9
Breland, Dan (see also Brelan) 96: 10-31 9
Bremer, Bob 94: 4-21 1
-, Jack 80: 10-2 1
-, Marilyn
         84: 4-5 3; 9-20 5
         85: 10-3 1 (P)
Bremmer, Beth 2001: 11-1 8
Bremner, Robert 72: 10-19 3
Bremser, Lyell 84: 4-26 10
Bren, Derrick (Darrick)
         84: 11-29 27; 12-6 26; 12-11 7
         85: 1-29 7; 4-23 5; 4-30 5; 12-5 13; 12-12 7
         87: 2-19 7; 2-26 7 (P)
Bren, Jill (see also Breen) 80: 3-6 8
Brendenkamp, Eric (see also Bredenkamp, Bredonkamp) 98: 1-29 5
Brendt, Lynn 79: 8-30 6
Brener, Beth 2001: 3-8 2 (P)
Brening, Tania 88: 4-28 13
Breninghouse, Bill 74: 4-1 2
Brenn, Tom
         89: 4-20 8; 8-31 7; 11-2 8
         90: 4-12 8; 8-30 7
         91: 1-24 7
Brennan, Bill 99: 12-2 2
-, Heather 2001: 3-29 1
-, Michael 2001: 11-1 8
-, Patty
         94: 11-10 9 (P)
         95: 1-26 9; 2-2 10; 3-16 5, 9, 14; 3-3-0 1; 4-6 1, 9; 4-13 1, 9; 4-27 6, 10 (P); 8-24 3; 8-31
                  2; 9-14 2; 9-21 3; 9-28 3; 10-5 2
         96: 1-25 1; 2-2 1; 2-8 7; 2-29 6; 3-7 9; 3-14 1; 4-11 9; 4-18 6
-, Susan (Sue)
         78: 10-12 3
         79: 3-1 5 (P), 9; 3-15 1; 3-29 5; 4-12 3, 7; 5-3 1, 9; 8-30 2, 3; 9-6 1, 2; 9-13 1; 9-20 1, 2;
                  10-4 1, 2; 10-11 1; 10-28 2; 11-1 3; 11-8 2 (P); 12-6 2 (P); 12-13 2 (P)
         80: 1-17 2 (P); 1-31 2 (P); 2-14 2 (P); 2-28 2 (P); 3-6 3; 3-13 2 (P); 3-27 4; 4-3 2 (P); 4-24
                  2 (P); 5-1 1; 9-18 4; 10-9 3 LTE
Brenneman, Chris 75: 5-8 7
Brenner, David 75: 10-17 1
-, Keith 99: 11-18 2
-, Marie 96: 4-11 1
-, Vincent 89: 8-31 15 (P)
Brennfoerder, Scott
           96: 1-25 10 (P)
           98: 9-3 7; 9-17 7; 9-24 7; 10-1 7; 10-8 8; 10-15 8 (P); 10-29 7; 11-5 5; 11-12 7; 12-3 5;
                   12-10 10
           99: 1-21 6; 1-28 5; 2-4 5; 2-25 8; 3-4 5; 3-11 7; 3-25 5; 4-1 7, 8; 4-15 5; 4-22 5; 4-29 7
Brereton, Stanley 87: 9-3 4
Bresciani, Dean
           92: 8-27 1; 9-24 4; 10-8 1, 11
           93: 3-11 4; 3-18 5; 4-8 2; 4-15 1, 11; 10-7 1, 2; 11-11 11; 12-2 9
           94: 4-7 4; 8-25 1; 9-15 6, 9; 9-29 11; 11-3 9 (P); 12-1 10; 12-8 4
           95: 1-26 12; 3-2 1; 4-27 6; 8-31 1; 10-5 1; 11-16 1 (P)
           96: 2-29 4 (P); 3-14 1; 4-11 1, 12; 4-25 8; 9-19 1; 9-26 2; 11-21 6
           97: 2-6 11; 3-6 4; 11-6 1, 4; 11-20 1; 12-4 4
           98: 1-15 1 (P)
Breseno, Tom 96: 4-4 1 (P)
Bresino, Tim 96: 10-17 8
Bresley, Mark 74: 3-21 4
-, Mic 82: 10-14 8
-, Mike
           85: 12-5 12
           91: 11-7 5
           94: 9-22 6
Breslow, John 90: 7-26 4
Bressington, Cheryl
           2001: 9-13 9, 10; 11-15 7
Brestel, Christina
           94: 11-3 9
           95: 9-14 10
-, Tim 99: 10-28 7
Brestin, Dee 84: 11-8 2
Breteen, Don 72: 11-2 9
Brett, Matt 2002: 5-2 13
Brettman, Brad 71: 1-7 7; 2-25 6
Bretz, Diane 85: 1-22 7; 2-12 11
Breuer, Carol 72: 11-30 4
Breun, Frank 73: 10-18 1 (P)
Breunig, Nancy 75: 8-29 3
Brewer, Amy 2001: 4-26 11
-, Carmen 98: 2-12 6
-, Carol 74: 5-2 6
-, Erin 2000: 8-31 6
-, Jim
           82: 7-15 1
           83: 12-2 5 (P)
-, Kelly
           85: 10-17 2
           86: 2-13 1 (P); 4-10 4; 5-8 1
           87: 4-30 1
           88: 5-5 1
-, Klit, indictment of 72: 4-6 1
-, Ron 90: 10-11 4
brewers, controversy among 79: 8-30 12
Brewster, Charles (Charlie)
          79: 9-27 6
          81: 11-19 5; 12-3 5
          84: 2-23 3
          88: 2-18 6
          96: 3-7 1
-, Meggan 96: 3-7 1 (P)
-, Ron 90: 12-6 12
Breyley, James Jr (Jim)
          86: 4-10 3
          88: 9-8 15
          90: 1-18 4; 4-12 1
Brezinski, Mark
          86: 4-17 6; 6-25 3 (P); 8-28 10 (P)
          87: 10-22 10
-, Mary 82; 7-1 7
-, Randy 81: 10-29 13
Briarwood Furniture Mart (business) 80: 1-24 1
Briccetti, Thomas 82: 3-4 4
Brich, Sol 91: 1-17 2 (P)
Brichacek, Brent
          92: 10-8 9
          94: 8-25 8
Bricker, Bruce
          77: 12-1 10
          78: 1-19 7; 12-7 15
          79: 1-18 9; 1-26 9; 2-15 9; 10-4 9 (P); 11-15 10; 12-13 4
-, Jan
          90: 8-30 10
          91: 1-31 5 (P)
-, Jason 92: 3-19 9 (P)
-, Vicki 85: 2-5 13 (P)
-, Victoria 86: 2-27 4 (P)
Brickman, Mike 93: 9-23 5
-, Shirley 71: 11-18 5
bricks, fundraising by selling 98: 11-19 1
Bridal Expo ‟92 92: 2-6 1, 4
Bridal Expo ‟93 93: 2-18 4
Bridal Fair
          71: 2-25 4; 3-11 4; 3-18 1, 6; 4-1 3
          72: 3-16 4, 5; 4-6 3
          73: 3-1 4
          82: 3-25 1
bridal registries 85: 4-2 8, 17
brides 89: 4-6 5
-, wedding responsibilities of 80: 3-27 Encounter 8
bridge, dedication of 76: 11-11 1
„Bridge‟ (minicourse) 74: 1-24 3; 1-31 3, 4; 2-7 3; 2-14 8
Bridge to Nowhere see Nyquist Bridge
Bridges, Deb (Deborah)
          97: 9-4 6
          2002: 4-11 2; 4-18 8; 10-10 7
-, Garnet 98: 4-23 1
Bridges, Matthew (Matt)
          88: 1-14 8; 1-28 8; 2-4 11; 9-15 2
          90: 1-18 9; 1-25 9; 2-8 9, 10; 2-22 8; 4-5 7; 4-12 7; 4-26 8
          91: 1-17 8; 2-7 9; 2-14 8; 2-21 8; 4-25 7; 12-13 11
           93: 4-22 10
Bridgman, Becky 96: 12-5 1
Bridwell, Melissa 85: 12-5 1
Briggs, Chris
           88: 9-22 7; 10-6 7
           89: 9-14 13
Briggs, Donald K (Don)
           71: 1-7 1; 4-20 3; 9-23 1; 10-21 1; 12-9 3
           72: 1-13 1; 3-10 2; 9-21 8; 10-26 1
           73: 1-11 1; 2-22 1; 3-8 4; 4-3 2; 4-5 4; 4-12 1; 4-19 1; 4-26 1; 5-3 1; 9-6 8; 9-20 5; 9-27 10
                   (P); 11-1 8
           74: 4-4 1; 5-9 3; 6-27 4 (P); 7-11 1; 8-1 3; 8-29 6 (P); 9-5 6; 10-17 1; 11-6 8
           75: 2-27 9; 4-4 7; 9-5 11; 9-11 7; 9-18 3; 9-25 11; 10-30 8
           76: 9-2 15; 10-14 9 (P)
           77: 2-24 9; 9-1 1; 9-22 13; 11-3 8; 11-10 11
           78: 2-2 11; 3-8 9; 8-31 1; 9-21 1, 8; 10-12 3
           79: 2-15 1; 9-6 1
           80: 1-24 7; 4-3 9 (P); 8-28 11; 9-4 1; 11-6 9
           81: Spring 1981 Encounter 25
           82: 9-23 5
           83: 9-22 10; 9-29 11 (P)
           84: 2-23 1; 4-5 13; 10-16 2, 3 (P)
           86: 9-25 8
           87: 2-12 8; 8-27 8; 9-24 8
           88: 11-3 6; 12-1 16 (P)
           89: 12-7 7
           90: 3-29 7 (P); 4-26 11; 5-3 1 (P), 6 (P); 6-14 7; 8-30 7
           91: 7-3 12; 10-10 8; 10-17 8; 10-24 1
           93: 12-2 9
           95: 10-5 12
           98: 12-10 11
           99: 2-4 4
- -, award won by 80: 4-3 9
- -, retirement dinner for 90: 6-14 2
-, Kelli (Kelly L)
           94: 12-1 3 LTE
           95: 10-5 4
           96: 10-24 8
           97: 2-20 7; 9-4 7 (P); 9-18 2 (P)
           98: 2-19 8
-, Lee 98: 1-22 1 (P)
-, Mike (Michael)
           93: 4-1 10
           94: 4-21 7; 4-28 9
           95: 2-16 2; 3-2 7; 4-13 7; 4-27 7
           96: 4-4 8
-, Scott 77: 11-3 7
Bright, Brian 96: 4-4 9
-, C John 80: 9-11 3
-, Sir Charles 80: 9-11 3
-, Deb
           79: 8-30 1
           80: 4-24 3
-, Heather 94: 2-3 8
-, Janice
           72: 2-3 4
          80: 8-28 3
-, Nancy 75: 9-11 3
-, Peg Austin 80: 9-11 2, 3 (P); 9-18 2; 9-25 2; 9-25 Encounter 2; 10-9 1, 2; 10-16 2; 10-23 2; 10-
          23 Encounter 2; 11-20 2; 11-20 Encounter 1; 12-4 2; 12-11 2; 12-11 Encounter 2
-, Steve 78: 10-26 7
 „Brighton Beach Memoirs‟ (play) 87: 10-8 1, 2
Brill, Andrea 90: 12-13 6
-, Clinton 73: 9-27 8
-, Jeff 92: 3-12 10
-, Kent 83: 2-24 9
-, Kristie 81: 9-17 2 LTE
-, Mark 83: 9-1 15
Brimlow, Mike
          73: 6-28 4
          74: 8-29 7; 9-26 8, 9; 11-21 7
          75: 5-8 7; 8-29 13; 9-11 7; 10-23 7 (P)
          76: 1-15 6; 4-1 8; 4-23 7; 9-9 12; 11-4 11; 11-18 6
          77: 4-7 6
          78: 10-26 9 (P)
Brindamour, Bobby (Bob)
          90: 9-13 8; 9-20 9; 10-4 9; 10-11 9 (P); 10-25 7; 11-8 7; 11-15 8 (P); 11-20 7
          91: 8-29 7; 9-12 7; 9-26 7; 10-3 7; 10-10 7; 10-17 7; 10-24 7; 10-31 7; 11-14 7; 11-21 9;
                  12-5 7
          92: 2-20 7; 3-12 7; 4-16 7; 4-23 7; 9-3 7; 9-17 9; 9-24 7; 10-1 7; 10-8 7; 10-22 7; 10-29 7;
                  11-12 7
          93: 1-21 7; 1-28 7; 2-4 7; 2-11 9; 2-25 8; 3-11 7; 4-15 7; 4-29 7; 9-2 7; 10-28 7; 11-11 7
          94: 1-20 7; 2-3 7; 2-17 8; 3-10 8; 3-17 8; 4-7 7; 4-14 7; 4-21 7; 4-28 7; 9-1 7; 9-22 7; 9-29
                  7; 10-6 7; 10-13 7 (P); 10-20 7 (P); 10-27 7; 11-10 7; 11-17 7; 12-1 7
          95: 8-31 7
-, Casey 85: 9-19 9
-, Donna
          87: 10-22 1
          88: 1-28 2
          90: 11-15 11
Brindley, Sarah A 72: 10-26 4
-, Todd
          85: 3-21 2
          86: 2-20 1; 3-13 1; 4-3 1; 10-9 2
          88: 1-14 6
Briner, Wayne
          94: 9-22 6; 9-29 11
          97: 9-11 7
„Bring It On‟ 2000: 9-7 4
Bringelson, Liwana
          83: 11-10 5 (P)
          84: 10-4 3; 10-11 1, 3; 10-18 1
          85: 3-21 2; 4-2 1; 5-2 1; 9-19 1; 9-26 6; 10-10 1; 11-14 1; 11-21 1; 12-12 1
-, Richard (Rich) (see also Bringleson)
          75: 12-4 3
          76: 5-6 4; 7-15 8; 12-2 1
          77: 1-13 3
          79: 2-1 1
          80: 9-18 1; 10-23 5; 11-20 1
          81: 11-19 1
          82: 1-21 1; 9-2 1
          84: 11-6 1
          87: 5-7 9
          89: 9-21 2; 12-7 1
          92: 9-17 1
-, Liwana 86: 1-30 1; 3-7 1; 4-3 1; 7-8 4
„Bringing It All Back Home‟ (play) 72: 5-4 3
Bringleson, Richard (see also Bringelson) 78: 10-5 3
Brink, Richard L
          73: 2-22 1; 3-1 8
          74: 1-17 4
          77: 2-24 5
Brinkman, Donna 87: 12-3 2
-, Jason
          92: 10-15 14
          93: 3-18 7; 4-15 8
          94: 2-24 7; 3-3 7; 4-7 8; 4-14 8; 4-21 7; 4-28 9
-, Joel
          85: 4-18 15
          86: 3-13 1; 4-3 1; 4-17 3 LTE; 9-5 2; 10-9 2; 10-30 2; 11-6 3; 11-20 2; 12-4 1
          87: 1-22 2; 2-12 2; 2-19 1, 2; 2-26 1; 3-5 1, 2; 3-26 2; 4-16 1; 4-30 2; 5-7 1; 9-3 1
Brinkman, Paul 80: 10-2 3
Briquet, Christopher (Chris)
          82: 12-9 6
          83: 11-10 6
          84: 3-23 1; 4-5 1; 5-3 1; 9-6 26
          85: 3-21 2; 4-2 1; 10-10 4; 10-17 1; 11-7 1, 9; 11-21 3 LTE
          86:2-27 1; 3-13 3 LTE, 6; 5-8 5 (P)
          89: 4-6 8
Brisbin, Gloria T 99: 3-25 7
-, Henrey 95: 10-5 16
Brisena, Pam (see also Briseno) 74: 3-7 1
Briseno, Pam (see also Brisena)74: 2-21 4; 3-7 2
-, Tim 97: 11-20 6
Bristal, Peggy (see also Bristol) 73: 4-5 1
Bristel, Pam (see also Bristol) 76: 4-1 8
Bristol, Keith
          94: 11-10 1
          96: 4-25 7
-, Pam (see also Bristel) 92: 2-6 12
-, Peggy (see also Bristal) 73: 3-29 4 (P)
Brit Awards 2001: 3-1 4
Britain, International Studies tour of 90: 11-20 14
-, study trip to 77: 2-24 1
Brittenham, Dean 84: 3-1 8 (P)
-, Gary 85: 2-5 9; 2-12 10
-, Greg
          85: 4-16 6, 7; 4-23 6; 6-18 5
          86: 5-1 9
Britton, Kelly 90: 7-19 5
-, Ken 79: 3-22 1
Broadbent, Edie 2000: 10-12 7
broadcast journalism, major in
          88: 9-15 2
          89: 3-30 12
broadcasting, internship in 74: 2-7 10
-, license for 78: 5-4 5
broadcasting majors, Nebraska job market for 89: 11-30 6
„Broadcasting Management‟ (course) 78: 3-16 4
Broadfoot, Jason
          2000: 2-17 4 (P); 10-26 7
          2001: 2-15 4
-, Kyle 99: 12-9 1 Broady, Jack
          91: 2-21 8; 4-4 7; 4-11 7; 4-25 7; 5-2 7
          92: 2-20 7; 3-5 7; 3-12 7; 3-19 7; 4-2 7, 8; 4-9 7; 4-16 7; 4-23 7
          93: 2-25 7; 3-4 7; 3-11 7; 4-8 8; 4-22 8
-, Scott
          91: 3-28 7; 4-4 7; 4-11 9; 4-18 7
          93: 2-18 9
Broady, Jack 90: 4-12 9; 5-3 7, 9; 10-11 7
-, Knute O 71: 4-22 1
-, Merritt P
          71: 4-22 1; 4-29 1; 5-13 2 LTE
          72: 1-27 473: 4-3 2; 3-10 2
-, Scott
          88: 3-17 7
          89: 2-16 8; 2-23 9; 10-12 8
          90: 4-19 7; 4-26 7; 5-3 7, 9; 9-13 10 (P); 9-20 10; 9-27 8; 10-4 8
Broberg, Dan
          96: 9-19 10 (P); 10-10 1, 8; 10-17 6, 8; 12-12 1
          97: 2-6 11; 4-24 3
-, Debbie (Deb)
          71: 4-1 4; 5-13 4; 9-16 1
          72: 3-9 5
Brobesong, Anastasio 71: 5-6 5
Brobey, K A 73: 4-3 8, 9
Brodahl, Tim
          73: 9-27 7 (P)
          74: 8-29 7; 11-21 7
          75: 5-8 7; 8-29 13; 10-9 9; 10-30 9; 11-20 4, 7; 12-4 8
Brochman, Nikki 95: 8-31 11
-, Vic 81: 10-8 6
Brock, Detrick
          87: 10-22 13 (P)
          89: 9-14 5
-, James 95: 10-5 11
Brockhaus, Lynn 78: 10-12 11
Brockman, Emily
          2000: 3-2 6; 3-9 5; 3-23 5 (P); 4-6 7
          2001: 2-15 5; 3-29 4; 4-5 6; 4-12 6; 4-19 5, 6; 4-26 7, 8
          2002: 2-21 7; 2-28 6; 3-14 6; 4-4 6; 4-11 5; 4-18 5
-, Jeremy 99: 3-11 2 (P)
-, Margaret 84: 9-25 3
Brockmeier, Jeff 93: 9-23 5
-, Ken 80: 1-31 1 (P)
-, Sue 81: 7-16 5
Brockmoller, Kim 72: 2-24 4
Brodahl, Tim 76: 1-15 6; 2-19 7; 4-1 8; 9-2 15
Brodersen, Michelle (see also Broderson)
          94: 10-27 3 LTE
          96: 3-7 8; 4-11 7; 4-18 8
          97: 2-20 7; 3-20 6
          98: 3-19 6; 4-2 5; 4-16 5
-, Rich (see also Broderson)
         91: 2-7 9; 4-18 2 (P)
         93: 9-23 7; 9-30 7; 10-7 7, 9; 10-14 7; 10-28 7; 11-4 7; 11-11 7; 12-2 8, 11 (P); 12-9 7
         94: 3-17 7; 4-7 7; 4-14 1
         98: 12-3 5
         2001: 4-19 6
         2002: 12-5 2
Broderson, Michelle (see also Brodersen)
         97: 5-1 6; 9-25 6
         98: 2-19 7; 3-5 5; 4-9 5; 4-23 5
-, Rich (see also Brodersen)
         91: 2-14 8
         92: 2-6 7; 2-13 7; 3-5 7; 4-16 7; 4-23 7; 4-30 7
         93: 9-2 7; 9-16 7; 10-21 9 (P)
         2000: 12-7 (P)
         2002: 10-17 5
Brodhead, Ron
         72: 10-26 8
         74: 4-18 2 LTE
Brodin, Monte 83: 3-24 5
Brodine, Barb 85: 2-19 12
-, Brad
         73: 5-3 10
         74: 8-29 7; 9-5 7; 9-19 10; 11-6 8; 11-21 5, 7
         75: 4-10 4; 5-8 7, 8; 8-29 13; 9-25 11; 10-17 8
-, Linda 71: 5-6 2
-, Paul Jr 78: 9-28 4
-, Renee 89: 6-22 7
-, Steve 89: 6-22 7
Brody, Cliff 91: 2-21 5 (P)
Broe, Xan 90: 1-18 10
Broekemeier, Kenneth (Ken) (see also Broekmeier)
         78: 10-26 9 (P)
         79: 3-22 9
Broekemier, Greg
         87: 9-3 4
         88: 8-4 2
         95: 11-16 2
         96: 2-8 10
         97: 4-17 12
         98: 3-5 2; 3-12 2; 3-19 2; 4-2 2; 4-9 2; 4-16 2; 4-23 2
         2002: 4-25 8
-, Mary
         85: 9-19 6
         87: 2-19 6
Broeker, Leah
         88: 12-8 7
         89: 4-13 16 (P)
-, Yancy 95: 4-13 1
Broekmeier, Ken (see also Broekemeier) 78: 10-26 9
Broer, Roger 93: 9-2 6
Brogaard, Kristen (Kristin)
         95: 11-11 4; 12-7 2
         96: 2-15 4; 2-29 1; 3-14 12; 4-11 10 (P); 11-14 2 (P)
         97: 2-20 7
Broich, Brian
         8: 2-19 6
         2000: 4-27 7
Brokaw, Dave 73: 2-1 10
Brokke, Gail
         88: 5-5 1
         89: 5-4 8
Brons, Matt 94: 1-27 2 (P)
Bronson, John 78: 10-5 1
-, Mary
         71: 2-4 4; 3-4 5
         73: 2-15 6
-, Rebecca 92: 4-9 6
Bronstad, David C (see also Bronstead)
         74: 1-24 3 (P); 12-12 8
         75: 2-27 1; 3-13 5; 5-8 1; 11-6 5
         76: 9-16 1
         77: 1-20 4; 2-3 4; 2-24 3; 3-24 4; 4-7 3; 6-23 6; 9-8 6 (P)
         78: 2-9 7; 5-4 1; 6-22 5; 9-7 6 (P), 7; 10-5 5
         79: 1-18 1; 1-26 5; 3-1 3; 3-22 1; 9-6 5; 9-13 7; 10-11 6; 11-15 8 (P); 12-13 4
         80: 1-31 5; 1-31 Encounter 11 (P); 2-28 1, 5; 3-27 Encounter 6; 5-1 1, 8; 9-11 9; 9-18 3;
                  10-23 1; 12-11 6
         81: 1-29 3; 2-5 1; 3-5 5; 3-19 1, 3; 4-9 7; 9-17 1, 7; 10-8 6; 11-5 6 (P); 11-12 1, 7
         82: 9-2 7; 9-16 1; 9-30 4; 10-14 2; 11-24 3
         83: 2-17 2, 4, 6; 4-28 Accent 7; 11-17 Accent 5
         84: 3-1 1; 3-23 4; 4-26 1; 6-14 5; 7-26 6; 9-6 13; 12-11 14
         85: 2-26 8; 8-29 8 (P); 11-14 1
         86: 2-13 4; 5-8 2
         87: 2-5 10; 2-26 6, 10; 7-23 8; 11-5 6
         88: 1-28 1; 4-28 1; 9-1 4; 9-22 10 (P); 10-12 14 (P); 11-10 2
         89: 9-7 10
-, Judy 82: 2-4 5
Bronstead, David (see also Bronstad) 85: 7-23 4
Brook, James 81: 12-10 4 (P)
Brooke, Carla
         94: 9-22 1
         95: 2-16 2
-, Lori 87: 1-22 3; 1-29 3; 2-5 3; 2-12 3; 2-19 3; 2-26 3; 3-5 3; 3-9 3; 3-26 3; 4-2 3; 4-9 3; 4-16 3;
         4-30 3; 5-7 3; 8-27 3; 9-3 3; 9-10 3, 11 (P); 9-17 3; 9-24 3; 10-1 3; 10-8 3; 10-22 3; 10-
         29 3; 11-5 3; 11-12 3; 11-19 3; 12-3 3; 12-10 3
Brooks, Brian
         87: 10-1 1 (P)
         91: 5-2 9
         93: 4-15 12
         94: 9-1 5; 12-8 5
         95: 1-19 5; 1-26 5; 2-2 5; 2-9 3, 5; 2-16 3, 5; 2-23 5; 3-2 3, 5; 3-9 3, 4; 3-16 3, 5; 3-30 3,
                  5; 4-6 3, 5; 4-13 3, 5; 4-27 2, 5; 8-24 3; 8-31 2; 9-21 3; 9-28 3; 10-5 2; 10-12 3;
                  10-19 2; 11-2 3; 11-11 2; 11-30 2; 12-7 2
-, Fred 71: 1-7 3
-, Gail 79: 11-29 6
-, James (Jim)
         83: 3-24 1
         87: 4-16 5
-, Kim 77: 2-10 7
-, Mark
         73: 8-30 9; 9-20 6
         74: 8-29 7
Brosamle, Mark A
          74: 8-29 1; 10-3 3
          88: 9-8 15
          90: 11-15 9
          91: 1-31 5
          92: 9-3 7; 9-24 9; 10-15 10
          94: 8-25 8
          98: 9-17 7, 8; 11-19 7
          2000: 3-1 1; 9-7 5; 9-21 5; 9-28 7; 10-26 4
          2001: 9-20 6; 10-4 6; 10-11 5
          2002: 4-4 5, 6; 4-11 6; 9-12 4; 9-19 6
Broshears, Michael 2002: 11-21 9
Brosseau, Bob 86: 2-27 6
Brost, Molly
          98: 8-27 3, 4; 9-3 1, 3, 5; 9-10 3 (P), 4; 9-17 3, 6; 9-24 3 (P), 10; 10-1 1, 3, 4, 6; 10-8 3
                  (P), 5; 10-15 3, 9, 10; 10-29 3, 9, 10; 11-5 3, 6, 8; 11-12 1, 3, 5, 10; 11-19 3, 5;
                  12-3 1, 3 (P), 4; 12-10 3, 8, 12
          2001: 2-22 7
-, Virginia 91: 7-3 6; 8-29 4
Brosz, Erin
          2001: 4-19 6
          2002: 9-5 5; 9-12 4; 10-3 5; 10-10 5; 11-14 4; 12-5 4, 5
Brother, Cindy (see also Brothers) 82: 10-14 11
„Brother Rat‟ (film) 81: 9-24 1
Brothers, Cindy (see also Brother)
          81: 11-5 7; 11-12 8; 12-3 9; 12-10 11
          82: 1-28 7; 2-4 10; 2-11 10; 2-18 12; 2-25 10; 3-18 9; 11-11 12; 11-24 5
          83: 1-20 8; 12-8 9
          84: 2-2 12; 2-16 11; 3-23 13
Brothers, Joyce 74: 9-12 1; 11-6 4; 11-14 3 (P)
-, Kerri 97: 4-17 1
Brothers in Arms (recording) 85: 8-29 10
Brotsky, Walter Z 83: 2-3 1 (P); 12-8 6
Brotzler, Steve
          76: 11-18 1
          77: 3-17 5 (P)
Brotzman, Donald G 71: 4-20 12
Brougham, Steve 84: 9-6 26
Broughton, Keith 2000: 10-5 7
Brouillette, Douglas 80: 2-28 5
-, Kelly 79: 4-5 Encounter 2
-, Vicki
          78: 2-2 3
          79: 2-8 5; 3-1 3; 5-3 1 (P)
Broward, John (see also Berawand, Brawand) 86: 10-2 2; 10-9 2
Brower, Brian 71: 2-18 8; 5-20 6
-, Hugh 77: 3-31 4
-, Judy (Judi)
          78: 11-16 8; 12-14 Encounter 10
          79: 2-15 5 (P)
-, Luke
          78: 12-14 Encounter 10
          96: 12-12 4
-, Neal
          76: 1-29 4, 5; 2-5 9; 4-23 6
          77: 2-10 10; 4-28 8
          78: 11-16 10 (P); 12-14 Encounter 10
          79: 1-11 9; 2-15 5 (P); 3-15 1; 11-1 9; 11-29 8; 12-13 10
          80: 1-17 7; 1-24 8; 1-31 6; 2-21 7; 3-27 8; 4-17 8; 6-19 8; 9-11 10; 11-6 9
Browm, Van (see also Brown) 89: 3-2 3 (P); 3-30 3 (P)
Brown, Abe
          91: 11-7 8
          92: 2-20 7; 3-5 7; 3-19 7; 4-2 7, 8; 4-30 7
-, Anne 95: 10-12 4
-, Ardithe 72: 11-30 8
-, Arvin 80: 10-23 1
-, Becky 77: 11-17 3
-, Betsy 95: 3-30 8; 4-6 7; 4-13 7; 4-27 8
-, Betty 91: 9-19 11
-, Bob 74: 11-21 3
-, Bobby
          90: 9-27 2
          92: 3-5 4
-, Brenda
          72: 11-30 4
          73: 5-3 3; 12-6 5
          74: 3-28 3; 5-9 1
-, Butch
          74: 8-29 1; 9-5 4
          77: 11-10 1
          78: 11-2 1
          79: 3-15 5
-, Carolyn 76: 9-9 1
-, Cathy
          74: 2-7 7; 2-21 1, 3; 3-7 3; 4-1 16; 4-25 4
          75: 10-2 4; 10-17 5; 10-30 1; 11-6 5; 11-13 4; 12-4 4; 12-18 1
          76: 1-22 1; 2-19 1; 4-29 5; 7-22 3; 9-9 1 (P); 9-23 4; 9-29 5; 10-7 4; 10-14 4; 10-21 1 (P);
                  11-4 5; 11-11 1; 12-2 5; 12-9 7
          77: 1-13 2; 1-27 2; 2-10 2; 3-3 2; 3-17 2; 4-7 2; 4-21 2; 5-5 2
-, Char 97: 3-13 11
-, Charles 2002: 4-4 10
-, Charlotte
          74: 2-21 4; 3-7 2; 11-14 4; 12-12 3
          75: 3-13 4; 11-13 3
          76: 11-11 1
-, Cheryl 84: 2-23 8; 12-11 8
-, Christopher 94: 9-1 12
-, Cindy 90: 9-20 14
-, Clark 80: 1-17 4 (P)
-, Cora 93: 4-15 9
-, Courtney 92: 4-30 5
-, Curtis
          98: 12-3 5
          99: 12-2 5
          2002: 2-14 4
-, Dan 71: 5-20 6
-, Darwin
          73: 9-27 1
          74: 3-21 1
          78: 7-27 1
-, David (Dave)
          84: 2-2 13; 2-23 8; 4-5 11; 5-3 13
          85: 9-12 5
-, Deanna
         90: 5-3 8
         91: 3-28 7; 4-4 7; 4-25 7; 9-19 5 (P); 10-24 8
         92: 3-19 7; 4-2 7; 4-16 7
         93: 4-15 7 (P)
         94: 1-20 8 (P); 1-27 2 (P); 3-3 8; 3-10 7; 3-17 7; 3-31 7; 4-7 7 (P); 4-14 7; 4-21 7; 4-28 9
         96: 3-28 5
-, Denay 83: 2-10 6
-, Denise
         82: 2-25 1
         83: 2-10 6 (P)
         96: 4-11 1 (P), 9; 4-25 1 (P), 5
         97: 4-10 1
-, Dennis
         77: 9-1 6
         78: 8-31 5; 10-12 1; 11-2 8; 12-7 3
         79: 4-5 7
         85: 1-22 13; 6-18 4
         88: 9-15 12
         91: 9-19 11
         94: 9-1 9
         97: 1-23 1
-, Diane 93: 9-30 9
-, Dick 73: 4-12 1
-, Don 71: 2-25 4; 5-20 5
-, Doug 94: 9-22 8 (P)
-, Dwayne
         95: 9-21 1
         99: 9-30 1
-, Earnest 91: 4-25 5
-, Edmund Gerald „Jerry‟ 80: 2-28 3
-, Eileen 77: 10-27 1
-, F J 71: 10-28 1
-, Francis J
         72: 2-3 3
         73: 1-18 1
-, George 89: 3-16 10
-, Greg 80: 11-6 9; 12-4 9
-, Gus 86: 9-11 7
-, Herbert III 87: 4-9 3 LTE
-, Jacci 80: 11-13 3
-, Jason
         94: 3-10 3 LTE
         2000: 11-2 7
         2001: 2-15 5; 12-6 5; 12-13 7 (P)
         2002: 3-14 5
-, Jeffrey (Jeff)
         83: 9-22 4 (P)
         95: 10-12 4, 7
-, Jennifer
         87: 4-30 4 (P); 5-7 2
         88: 4-21 14; 5-5 2
-, Jerry
         76: 7-9 3; 10-21 1
         77: 10-27 1
-, Jim
         87: 2-26 10
         89: 4-27 6; 9-28 5 (P); 12-7 11
         97: 4-10 1 (P); 4-24 12
-, Joe 77: 11-3 7
-, John 77: 3-17 10
-, Joyce 73: 9-27 8
-, Karen 73: 2-15 6
-, Katherine
         84: 9-27 1
         85: 3-21 11 (P); 6-18 4; 6-25 1, 6; 7-2 2; 7-9 6; 7-23 2, 5
-, Keith 91: 9-19 11
-, Kevin 78: 10-5 10
-, Korra 93: 4-15 9
-, LaVaughn 96: 11-14 10
-, Lester R 74: 3-7 1 (P); 4-1 9 (P)
-, Linda
         71: 3-25 4; 4-1 4
         72: 1-13 3; 3-9 5; 10-12 4; 10-26 8
         73: 2-1 10
         92: 3-19 8; 4-16 7; 9-24 8; 10-8 9
         93: 2-18 7; 2-25 7 (P); 4-8 7; 4-22 7; 10-14 7
-, Linda Sue
         73: 11-15 4
         74: 2-21 4
-, Lori 78: 10-5 4
-, Lorna 79: 5-3 9
-, Lynn 90: 3-8 6
-, Mark 79: 9-6 5
-, Marilyn 71: 2-18 5; 3-18 1
-, Marion 72: 10-26 2 LTE
-, Mary Catherine 77: 5-5 2
-, Mary Louise 91: 4-25 5
-, Mike 82: 9-30 1 (P)
-, Neil 84: 4-26 9
-, Nicholas W 97: 11-20 1
-, Norris 80: 6-19 5
-, Pam
         84: 9-25 3
         86: 7-8 1
         95: 2-9 8
-, Pat
         85: 1-22 2; 4-2 3 LTE
         94: 2-3 7
-, Randy
         71: 3-11 2; 5-13 3; 10-7 1; 10-21 4
         83: 9-8 10
-, Ray 72: 9-28 1 (P); 10-19 1
-, Rebekah 97: 9-4 6; 11-20 3
-, Rex 98: 3-5 2 (P)
-, Rhonda 2001: 11-1 7
-, Rick
         74: 11-14 4; 12-12 3
         75: 3-13 4
         77: 9-8 13
-, Rob 87: 1-22 2 (P)
-, Robin 94: 3-3 3 LTE
-, Ron
          89: 4-20 1
          95: 1-19 10
          96: 4-11 9
          2002: 3-7 2
-, Roosevelt „Rosie‟
          82: 2-25 1
          83: 2-10 6 (P)
-, Ruth
          94: 9-22 9
          96: 10-31 5
          99: 9-16 7
          2001: 11-8 2
          2002: 2-21 1, 4; 4-11 1; 10-10 10; 11-14 8
-, Shelly 73: 1-25 8
-, Sherri
          90: 12-6 7
          91: 1-31 9
-, Sondra 82: 1-28 8
-, Spencer 91: 7-3 9 (P)
-, Stacey
          97: 9-4 2; 9-11 2; 9-18 2; 9-25 2; 10-2 2; 10-9 2; 10-16 2; 10-23 2; 10-30 2; 11-6 2; 11-13
                  2; 11-20 2; 12-4 2; 12-11 2
          98: 1-15 3; 1-22 3; 1-29 3; 2-5 3; 2-12 3; 2-19 3; 2-26 3; 3-5 3; 3-12 3; 3-19 3; 4-2 3; 4-9
                  3; 4-16 3; 4-23 3; 4-30 3
-, Steve
          75: 7-17 3; 10-2 Insert 2
          81: 3-19 7
-, Susan 75: 1-30 3
-, Teresa
          79: 5-3 9
          81: 1-22 3
-, Teri 2001: 9-20 10
-, Thomas Jr 2001: 4-19 4
-, Tish 95: 10-26 4
-, Tom
          73: 9-13 8; 11-7 5
          74: 3-28 3; 4-4 5
          88: 3-24 10; 4-21 7
-, Tony
          91: 1-31 4; 2-14 1
          92: 2-20 1; 3-12 4 (P)
-, Tonya 93: 4-29 2 (P)
-, Tracey (Tracy)
          94: 10-13 11 (P)
          95: 4-27 6
          97: 9-25 3
          98: 4-23 9
          99: 1-21 2 (P)
-, Valerie 85: 2-19 12
-, Van (see also Browm)
          88: 4-7 6; 4-21 6; 5-5 14; 8-25 3; 9-8 3; 9-22 4; 10-6 4 (P); 10-27 4; 11-10 4 (P); 12-1 13
                  (P)
          89: 1-19 6 (P); 2-2 3 (P); 4-13 12 (P); 4-27 12 (P); 8-31 3 (P); 9-14 3 (P); 9-28 12 (P); 10-
                  19 13 (P); 11-16 3 (P)
-, William, display of art by 72: 9-28 1
-, Zoe 82: 4-15 1
Brown Bag Concert Series 88: 6-23 2, 5
Brown-Corson, Allison 90: 11-15 1
Brown Derby (business) 89: 11-9 1
Brown Shoe Fit (business) 73: 3-1 Fashion 7
Browne, Jackson 86: 4-10 6
-, Liz 96: 11-21 1 (P)
-, Marilyn 71: 4-22 4
Brownell, Barbara 79: 9-6 5
-, Blaine 85: 3-26 10
-, Pat 74: 4-4 3
-, Tom 77: 2-24 1; 3-3 1; 3-17 1 (P); 3-24 3
Browning, Joan 93: 12-9 2
Brown‟s Shoe Fit (business)
         76: 4-8 Spring 3
         79: 10-4 6
Brown-Simpson, Nicole 97: 4-10 1
Brownson, Stacey 90: 11-20 13
Broxterman, June
         74: 12-12 1
         75: 9-5 8
Broyhill, James
         94: 11-17 8
         95: 2-2 8
         96: 2-15 8; 2-29 8; 4-18 1, 9
Broz, Lindsey 2001: 11-1 8
-, Judith (Judy)
         80: 4-3 3 (P); 6-19 3 (P)
         82: 1-21 1
Brubaker, Tine 92: 4-16 Special Section 4
Bruce, Carol 83: 1-20 3
-, Keith 84: 3-1 3
-, Ken 84: 3-1 3
-, Kenneth 2001: 4-19 2
Bruce, Tom 73: 5-10 2 LTE
Bruckham, Ryan 2000: 2-24 8
Bruckner, Jerome 73: 4-26 3
-, M J
         81: 1-29 1
         88: 1-14 1
Brue, Tiffany 95: 2-9 2 (P)
-, Tom
         94: 2-17 8
         96: 4-18 8
         97: 1-23 7; 1-30 7; 2-6 7; 2-13 7; 3-20 7
         98: 4-9 6; 4-23 5 (P)
         99: 1-28 5; 2-25 7; 3-11 7 (P); 4-1 9; 4-15 5
Bruegge, Carl W (see also Brueggeman) 73: 8-30 7
Brueggeman, Carl (see also Bruegge)
         73: 5-10 1
         81: 7-30 1
Bruegger, Cindy
         77: 9-15 10; 10-6 6
         79: 2-15 8; 9-27 9
Bruen, Frank 73: 10-11 4
Bruggeman, Dan
          79: 4-12 3 (P)
          80: 3-13 3
-, Matt
          91: 2-14 9
          92: 10-8 9
          94: 8-25 8; 9-22 7; 10-6 8 (P)
          95: 8-24 8; 9-14 8; 9-21 10; 10-5 12 (P); 10-26 7; 11-11 7; 11-16 7; 11-30 7
          96: 8-29 10
Bruggerman, Darin 92: 1-30 11
-, Kevin 94: 2-17 10
Bruha, Christine (Chris)
          83: 3-3 8 (P)
          85: 9-12 5
-, Don 83: 11-10 3
-, Jerry 83: 11-10 3
-, Jim 83: 11-10 3
-, Kris 83: 11-10 3
-, Randy 83: 11-10 3
-, Scott
          96: 10-24 8
          97: 9-4 8; 9-11 5; 10-16 5
          98: 4-2 6; 4-23 6; 4-30 9, 10
Brumbaugh, John
          71: 12-9 1
          74: 1-17 4
Brumm, Kelly 98: 1-15 7
Brummels, Jim
          87: 10-1 4
          88: 2-25 4
-, Kara 96: 12-12 14
-, J. V. 2001: 10-18 2; 11-1 4, 9 (P)
-, Zeke
          2001: 10-4 4; 11-1 9
          2002: 11-14 2
Brummer, Jayne (Jane)
          77: 9-1 9; 9-29 7 (P); 10-6 11
          78: 1-26 9; 3-16 8; 5-4 13
          79: 1-26 9; 2-15 11; 2-22 10; 3-1 10; 3-29 12; 4-12 8; 4-26 8
          80: 1-31 7; 2-21 8; 2-28 11 (P); 3-6 8; 4-17 10; 4-24 8
          81: 2-12 9; 2-26 7; 3-5 9; 4-9 8; 5-7 3 (P), 9
-, Kelli (Kelly)
          97: 9-11 5
          98: 4-23 2 (P); 10-8 7
          99: 9-2 6; 9-9 5 (P); 9-16 5; 9-23 5; 9-30 5 (P); 10-14 5; 10-28 5; 11-4 5; 11-11 5; 11-18 5
                  (P); 12-2 5; 12-9 10
          2000: 8-31 5; 9-7 5, 6; 9-14 5; 9-21 5; 9-28 5; 10-5 4; 10-12 5; 10-26 4; 11-2 5 (P); 11-9
                  4; 11-16 4, 7 (P); 11-30 4
          2001: 9-13 5; 9-20 5 (P), 6; 9-27 5, 6; 10-4 5, 6; 10-11 5; 10-18 5, 6; 11-1 5; 11-8 5 (P), 6;
                  11-15 6; 11-29 6
          2002: 4-25 8; 5-2 7; 11-14 4; 12-12 5
-, Kim
          96: 8-29 10; 9-19 8; 9-26 7; 10-3 6 (P); 10-10 6; 10-17 5; 10-24 7; 10-31 4; 11-21 8
          97: 5-1 7; 9-4 7 (P), 8; 9-18 8; 9-25 5; 10-2 5; 10-9 5 (P); 10-16 5; 10-23 7; 10-30 7; 11-6
                  5; 11-13 5; 11-20 4 (P)
          98: 4-30 10; 9-3 7; 9-17 7; 9-24 7 (P); 10-1 7; 10-29 7; 11-12 7; 11-19 1, 7, 8
          99: 11-18 5
-, Linda R 84: 9-27 5 LTE
-, Marsha 81: 2-26 1
-, Wayne
          74: 5-2 9; 5-9 7; 8-29 6; 9-12 7; 9-26 8
          75: 2-6 6; 3-6 7; 3-20 5; 4-4 7; 4-10 4, 5; 4-17 6, 7 (P); 4-24 6; 5-1 7; 5-8 7
          76: 2-19 7; 3-4 7
Brummund, Debbra [sic] 71: 5-6 1
Brunck, Daniel 77: 1-20 3
Bruner, Kelly 97: 2-20 6
-, Nate
          2000: 3-9 1; 3-30 7
          2001: 4-5 2
          2002: 1-31 5; 2-14 8 (P); 2-21 1; 2-28 1 (P), 6, 8; 3-7 1; 4-4 5
-, Nathaniel 99: 10-7 1
-, William E
          73: 7-19 7
          86: 7-10 7
          92: 4-30 6
-, William F 88: 2-4 7
Bruner Hall of Science
          88: 2-4 7
          99: 10-14 4
          2000: 8-31 3
          2001: 10-4 7
          2002: 1-24 1
-, energy efficiency of 80: 11-20 5
-, escape of snake in 2002: 9-5 1
-, need for better ventilation in 95: 3-30 1
-, observatory in see observatory
-, planetarium in see planetarium
-, purchase of pencil sharpeners for 91: 10-24 1
-, repairs to 99: 4-1 4
-, theft of equipment from 82: 2-11 1
-, weather station at 77: 5-5 6
Brunig, Andi 96: 9-12 2 (P)
Bruning, Leslie J 88: 1-28 10
Brunk, Diedre 94: 11-3 9
Brunken, Amy 81: 2-5 3
Brunkow, Lois 76: 7-1 2; 7-22 2
Brunnen, Lori 96: 1-25 2
Brunnert, Doug
          92: 1-23 1; 10-1 11
          93: 2-4 2 (P); 9-2 2 (P); 9-16 1, 12 (P)
          94: 2-3 1 (P); 3-17 4
-, Lori
          94: 12-8 2 (P)
          95: 9-21 2 (P); 10-5 4; 11-16 2
Bruno, Jared D 97: 9-25 3
Bruns, Brian 80: 12-4 5 (P)
-, Grant 2002: 4-25 1, 8, 10
-, Inga 2001: 3-8 3 (LTE)
-, Leah
          92: 1-23 1; 2-6 13; 2-13 10; 3-5 4; 3-12 10, 11; 3-19 4, 6; 4-2 6; 4-9 1; 4-16 1, 2; 4-23 4;
                  4-30 4; 9-3 1; 9-17 1, 11; 9-24 4, 13; 10-1 1, 13; 10-8 6; 10-22 1; 11-5 4, 10; 11-
                  12 6, 12; 11-18 6; 12-10 8
          93: 4-15 9
         94: 4-28 2
         95: 1-19 11; 11-11 10
         96: 2-2 6, 10 (P)
         97: 1-23 2; 1-30 5
-, Matt 92: 9-24 2 (P)
Bruntz, Beverly Ann 71: 12-2 1
-, Gary 71: 12-2 1
Brunvand, Jan 75: 5-1 4
Brunz, Eric 2002: 4-18 2 (P)
-, William (Bill)
         71: 1-7 1; 2-18 1, 2 LTE; 2-25 3 (P); 3-4 1; 5-20 6; 9-23 1 LTE
         72: 2-17 1; 5-4 3
         73: 1-18 3
Brush, Nancy
         71: 4-20 3; 5-6 1
         72: 1-20 3
-, Nancy Jo 72: 4-27 1
Brush, Scott 97: 9-18 8
Brusnahan, Julie (see also Brausnahan)
         82: 12-9 1
         83: 4-28 10
         84: 4-12 10
         86: 3-7 5; 5-1 9; 5-8 10
         87: 7-16 4; 12-10 1
Bryan, Kris 93: 1-28 3 LTE; 2-4 1
Bryant, Amanda 96: 11-7 2 (P)
-, Carol 85: 3-21 14
-, Danea 87: 9-10 2
-, Garland (Garlant)
         87: 10-8 8 (P)
         88: 2-25 12 (P); 10-12 9 (P); 11-17 8
         89: 10-5 10 (P)
         90: 8-30 7; 9-27 7 (P); 11-1 7
         91: 1-24 7; 7-3 10; 8-1 7; 8-29 7; 9-19 7; 10-3 7 (P); 10-17 7
         92: 4-2 7; 9-3 7
-, J J 94: 3-17 1
-, Ricky 71: 3-25 2
Bryant Elementary School
         72: 3-2 4
         78: 10-5 8
Bryars, Coby 82: 9-2 4 (P)
Bryce Harlow Foundation 88: 4-14 2; 4-18 5
Bryden, Darrel 94: 12-8 2 (P)
Bryer, Derek (Dereck)
         88: 9-8 8; 9-15 11; 9-22 7; 9-29 7; 10-12 8; 10-27 10; 11-10 8; 12-1 7
         89: 2-2 9; 2-16 7; 4-13 8; 5-4 9; 9-7 9; 9-21 8; 10-5 7; 10-12 9; 11-2 7; 11-30 8
         90: 1-25 9
         91: 10-3 7; 10-10 7; 10-24 7; 10-31 7; 11-14 7; 11-21 9; 12-5 7
         92: 1-23 10 (P)
Bryson, Becky 71: 5-6 2
-, Bevley [sic, twice] 71: 3-11 3; 10-21 4
-, Leah 2001: 2-15 7
Brzezinski, Zbigniew 80: 9-18 7
Buback, Carolyn 89: 10-12 6
Bubak, Ron
         80: 2-28 11
         81: 9-3 11
         82: 9-2 8
         83: 9-8 13
-, Ted 92: 11-12 2 (P)
Bubble Factory and Things see The Bubble Factory and Things (business)
Bucaro, Basil 75: 9-11 5 (P)
Buchanan, Jeff 85: 4-2 7
-, Mary
         82: 4-22 7
         83: 4-28 1
         85: 4-18 7
Buchanon, Rod 74: 3-7 3
Bucher, Jan
         75: 5-8 4; 9-18 5
         76: 1-22 6; 11-4 4
         77: 1-20 4; 2-24 3; 3-24 4; 4-7 3; 9-29 8
         82: 10-7 6
-, Lloyd 71: 11-4 5
Buchhammer, Teri (see also Buckhamer, Buckhammer) 71: 3-25 3
Buchholz, David 2002: 11-14 8
-, Donna
         88: 9-8 13
         89: 9-21 10; 10-12 11
Bucholtz, Stephanie 92: 9-24 1
Buchta, Biff 80: 3-13 1
-, Bill
         78: 1-19 7; 3-8 1 (P), 4 (P), 10
         79: 5-3 1, 15; 9-27 1
         80: 2-7 5
         81: 12-3 5
-, Mike
         79: 11-29 Encounter 7
         80: 12-4 11 (P)
Buchtel, Tim 83: 9-8 12; 10-13 12
Buchwald, Art 77: 1-27 3; 2-3 1; 2-10 3; 2-17 1; 2-24 3; 3-31 3; 4-14 3; 4-28 1 (P); 5-5 3 (P)
Buck, Aaron 85: 12-5 12
-, Bob
         81; 2-12 9
         82: 2-18 12
-, Cindy 73: 3-29 9
-, Danielle 2001: 12-6 2 (P)
-, Eugene S (Gene)
         71: 4-1 3
         72: 7-27 8; 9-14 7; 11-9 6, 7
         74: 3-21 8; 9-5 1; 10-3 6
         75: 10-9 7; 10-23 3; 11-13 6
         76: 4-8 3
-, Jerry
         84: 4-26 9
         86: 6-25 2; 7-8 2; 7-10 8; 7-17 7, 8; 7-24 5, 6; 7-31 1; 11-6 1 (P)
-, Kenneth (Ken)
         71: 3-18 1; 3-25 5; 5-6 4; 5-20 3
         72: 1-20 3; 4-27 1
-, Niles
         75: 10-23 1
         76: 2-12 1
          86: 10-30 2
Buck-A-Tuck 82: 11-11 5
Buckbee, Darren
          92: 11-5 12
          95: 10-12 14
Buckendorf, Pam 82: 11-24 3
Buckhamer, Teri (see also Buchhammer, Buckhammer) 71: 3-4 5
Buckhammer, Teri (Terri) (see also Buchhammer, Buckhamer) 71: 3-18 1; 4-22 1
„Buckingham Nicks‟ (recording) 79: 9-6 3
Buckler, George 88: 1-14 8; 4-14 9 (P); 4-21 8
-, Julie 91: 1-31 5 (P)
Buckley, Derek 2002: 11-7 1
-, Jane
          84: 9-25 3
          87: 6-25 8
-, Kathy 96: 11-7 10
-, Megan 2001: 4-26 9
Buckley Amendment
          92: 4-23 10
          93: 3-18 9
Buckman, Dorothy 71: 6-24 3
Buckner, Nathan
          97: 9-4 6
          98: 3-5 2; 10-15 6; 11-5 2; 11-12 6
          99: 4-15 4; 9-9 7; 9-16 8
          2002: 9-5 2
Buck-O-Nine (band)
          99: 10-28 7; 11-4 1 (P)
Buck‟s Floral (business)
          75: 10-23 1
          76: 2-12 1
Bucy, Scott
          73: 12-6 7
          74: 1-24 5; 2-7 8; 2-21 7; 11-21 5
          75: 1-16 6
Bud Light Daredevils
          92: 11-18 7
          95: 1-19 1 (P)
          96: 12-12 7
Bud Light Iron Man Triathlon 90: 9-27 1
Buda, Sandy 89: 9-14 11
Budd, Rick S 74: 5-2 7
Budden, Joan 83: 5-5 4
-, Joshua C (Josh)
          97: 2-13 8; 2-27 8
          98: 2-19 1
-, Roz 79: 3-22 9
-, Wilma
          83: 9-15 8
          84: 3-1 4
Buddenberg, Roz
          79: 11-29 3
          81: 9-17 1 (P); 10-1 4
Buddenburg, Bridget 99: 11-18 2
Buddington, Agnes Frank 76: 6-24 6
Buddhism 78: 12-14 Encounter 6
„Buddhism and Its Relevance to the Modern World‟ (lecture) 77: 11-10 3
Buddy System
          87: 11-12 11
          88: 1-28 2; 8-25 4; 9-15 6
          89: 1-12 4; 4-6 12; 9-7 2; 11-16 4
          90: 10-25 4, 5
          91: 3-7 10; 8-29 14
          92: 4-9 9; 9-24 6; 11-5 4
          94: 9-29 9
          95: 11-2 9; 12-7 1
          96: 9-12 7
          98: 2-12 9; 2-19 9; 2-26 7; 3-5 4, 9; 3-12 6; 3-19 7; 4-2 7; 4-9 7; 4-16 7; 4-23 9; 4-30 15
          2000: 9-21 7
Buderus, Andrew 95: 3-30 2
budget
          71: 2-11 1; 2-18 1; 3-4 1; 3-11 1; 5-6 1; 5-20 1; 6-24 1; 7-22 1; 7-29 1; 9-16 1
          72: 6-29 1; 7-27 5; 9-14 1
          73: 10-11 1; 11-29 5
          74: 2-7 1; 4-11 1; 4-18 1; 9-12 1
          75: 6-26 1; 8-29 8; 10-9 3
          76: 3-25 8
          77: 5-5 1
          78: 2-2 3
          79: 2-15 3
          80: 11-20 1
          81: 3-19 4, 5; 3-26 1
          82: 3-4 1
          83: 2-17 1; 7-28 5
          85: 6-18 1; 8-29 1
          86: 1-23 1; 2-6 1; 4-17 1; 8-28 1; 9-11 1
          87: 8-27 1
          88: 8-25 1
          93: 8-26 1, 4
          94: 9-1 1
          2001: 9-27 7; 12-6 2
          2002: 2-28 8
budget cuts
          73: 1-11 1; 1-25 1; 2-1 1; 12-13 1
          74: 11-6 1
          75: 11-20 5
          81: 11-12 1; 11-19 1; 12-10 Accent 3
          82: 1-21 4; 3-25 1, 3; 11-11 1; 11-18 1; 11-24 1; 12-9 1
          83: 7-14 6
          85: 11-7 1; 11-14 4
          86: 3-7 1; 9-25 1; 12-11 1
          87: 1-22 1; 1-29 1, 2, 4; 4-16 1; 5-7 1
          91: 3-7 1
          92: 1-30 1; 8-27 1; 9-17 1; 10-1 1; 11-5 1, 2; 11-12 1; 12-10 1
          93: 2-11 1; 3-4 1; 3-11 4; 4-8 1, 2; 4-15 1
          2000: 4-6 1
          2001: 11-1 1; 11-8 1
          2002: 5-2 1, 12; 9-12 9; 9-19 9; 12-5 1, 8
-, effect on athletics of 73: 3-29 8; 4-26 6
-, student protest of 91: 3-14 1; 3-28 1
budget increase
          82: 1-21 1
          83: 9-29 4
          89: 1-19 1
budgeting
          79: 2-1 10
          98: 2-19 6
Budiman, Erwin T J 95: 3-16 2 (P)
Budler, Dawn R 93: 4-1 10
-, Laurie (Lori)
          84: 11-15 3
          85: 10-17 2
          86: 4-24 5 (P)
Budler, Thomas
          72: 10-19 5
          73: 1-18 1; 2-15 4
Budzinski, Elisabeth (Elizabeth, Liz) 79: 2-8 7 (P); 2-22 2 LTE; 4-26 2 LTE
Buechel, Eugene
          77: 10-6 10
          82: 9-9 5
Buechle, Keith 76: 7-15 1
Buechler, Gerald 73: 9-20 1; 9-27 1; 11-29 1
-, Lisa 81: 4-2 5
Buecker, Dan 82: 4-1 7
Buehler, Kent 73: 3-22 6
Bueker, Russel 79: 4-5 7
-, Ruth 78: 11-30 5
Buerger, Monte 72: 10-19 9
Buescher, Scott 92: 8-27 1, 3, 4, 7, 9, 11, 16; 9-3 1, 3, 4, 5, 7, 9; 9-17 3, 6; 9-24 3, 7; 10-1 3; 10-8
          3; 10-15 3, 10; 10-22 3; 10-29 3, 6; 11-5 3; 11-12 3, 10, 13; 11-18 3; 12-10 3
-, Tasha 94: 11-3 3 LTE
Buettenback, Cody 90: 12-13 6
Buettgenback, Susan 91: 4-11 4
Buettner, Dave
          97: 9-11 5
          99: 4-1 7
-, Jackie 94: 10-13 2 (P)
-, Kathy 71: 3-25 2; 4-1 3
-, Patti (Patty)
          74: 11-21 8
          75: 4-17 6; 4-24 7; 5-1 7
-, Shirley
          80: 4-3 4
          86: 8-28 2
          87: 10-1 4
          90: 6-12 6
-, Terry
          80: 11-13 10
          81: 9-24 10
Buetz, Becky 89: 7-13 7
buffalo, hunting of 80: 9-11 1
Buffalo Chips Saloon (business)
          73: 11-29 4
          75: 9-18 1; 10-23 1; 10-30 1
          76: 2-19 1; 7-22 1; 9-29 4
          77: 2-24 1
          79: 1-26 7; 4-5 6
          80: 9-11 1
        81: 6-18 7
        83: 2-3 1
        84: 2-2 4
        85: 11-7 1
Buffalo County Association for Retarded Citizens
        73: 11-15 3; 11-29 4
        75: 4-17 3; 5-1 4
        78: 11-9 3
        79: 10-28 1
        80: 11-13 1
Buffalo County Bar Association
        72: 4-20 1; 9-7 1
        74: 5-2 1; 5-9 1
        75: 3-6 5; 10-30 6
        76: 1-22 3
        78: 10-5 8
        80: 11-13 1
        81: 3-26 6
        93: 3-18 1
        94: 12-8 4
Buffalo County Board of Supervisors 80: 11-20 Encounter 8
Buffalo County Citizen Advocacy 79: 11-8 4
Buffalo County Citizen Advocacy Program
        76: 9-29 9
        78: 3-16 6
        85: 9-26 7
Buffalo County Citizens Advocate Program 80: 9-18 3
Buffalo County Community Team 2002: 12-12 12
Buffalo County Comprehensive juvenile Justice Plan 2002: 12-12 1, 12
Buffalo County Convention and Tourism Bureau 81: 7-30 1
Buffalo County Convention and Visitors Bureau 83: 1-27 3
Buffalo County Department of Welfare 88: 12-1 13
Buffalo County Detention Center 93: 3-18 1
Buffalo County Heart Association 78: 7-27 5
Buffalo County Heart Fund 71: 5-13 2
Buffalo County Historical Society
        72: 3-23 4
        79: 5-3 4
        82: 2-25 3
        89: 10-19 5
Buffalo County Home Extension Agency 80: 2-28 5
Buffalo County Legal Secretary Association 83: 11-17 1
Buffalo County Motor Vehicle Department 96: 2-29 1
Buffalo County Red Cross see American Red Cross
Buffalo County Sheriff‟s Department 97: 4-3 2; 4-10 2; 4-17 11
Buffalo County Sheriff‟s Office 92: 1-23 1
Buffalo County Stampede 90: 7-12 7
Buffalo County Youth Association for Retarded Citizens (YARC)
        72: 1-13 3
        74: 12-12 3
        76: 9-9 5; 9-16 7; 9-29 9
        77: 9-22 5
        78: 2-16 1
        79: 3-15 9
        80: 9-18 3
        84: 12-11 2
          85: 1-22 2; 2-26 2
          88: 11-3 2
          90: 4-26 4; 11-8 6
          91: 11-14 10
          94: 4-7 10
Buffalo-Dawson Regional Library 75: 6-19 8
„Buffalo, Gift of the Plains‟ (exhibit) 2002: 9-12 2; 9-19 2; 9-26 2; 10-3 2; 10-10 2; 10-17 2; 10-31
          2; 11-7 2; 11-14 2; 11-21 2
Buffalo Ridge golf course 97: 4-10 2; 4-17 2
Buffalo Tales (publication) 98: 12-10 12
Bugay, Scott 84: 3-23 1
Bugliosi, Vincent 76: 11-4 1; 11-11 1 (P)
Bugne, Raymond G 74: 3-21 1
Buhl, Cynthia 83: 2-17 6
Buhlke, Brain [sic] 94: 2-10 6
-, Judy 93: 10-21 6
Buhrman, Amy 88: 8-4 5 (P)
-, Chris 86: 11-6 1
-, Lisabeth 97: 10-2 7 (P)
„Building Healthy Families of Tomorrow‟ (program) 93: 2-18 12; 2-25 10
building inspections 82: 11-18 Accent 1, 3
„Building Morale During Tough Times1 (program) 2002: 10-17 2
Building Relationships and Ideas, Developing Goals and Enriching Self (BRIDGES) 98: 11-19 1
Building Self-Esteem (mini-course) 84: 3-1 3
„Building Self-Esteem‟ (workshop) 86: 4-3 2
Buildings and Grounds Committee 90: 5-3 2
buildings on campus, energy efficiency of
          83: 9-29 8
          84: 11-29 7
-, handicapped access to
          83: 4-21 4
          92: 10-8 1
-, history of 88: 1-28 4; 2-4 7; 2-11 12
-, repairs to 88: 6-23 8
-, signs identifying 86: 11-6 4
buildings on campus, structural soundness of 81: 11-5 1
Bukowski, Jennifer 78: 7-27 6; 10-26 Encounter 11
Bulger, Jill
          78: 12-7 13
          79: 1-11 10
bulimia nervosa
          87: 1-22 10
          92: 2-20 9
          93: 10-14 11; 10-21 6
          97: 4-17 10
Bull, Anthony 92: 9-24 12 (P)
bull riding 95: 3-30 9
Bullard, Kayla 94: 2-10 2
Buller, Bob
          71: 1-7 7
          76: 9-29 10
          92: 10-15 8
-, Diane Mierau 2001: 9-27 9; 11-29 2 (P)
-, John 71: 2-18 5; 2-25 6
-, Judy 86: 12-4 4
Bulletin Board Systems 94: 9-15 1; 11-10 10
„Bullitt‟ (film) 71: 3-25 4
Bullock, Angie
           91: 10-24 8
           92: 4-16 7
           93: 4-22 9 (P)
-, Chip
           72: 10-19 8
           73: 4-5 6 (P)
-, John 71: 2-18 6; 5-6 1
-, Scott 94: 4-7 8
-, Trevor
           95: 8-24 9
           96: 11-7 8
           97: 3-6 6; 4-3 6; 9-18 8
           98: 2-26 5; 4-23 5; 4-30 9 (P)
           99: 3-25 5; 4-1 7; 4-15 5; 4-22 6
B.U.M. Equipment (brand)
           89: 2-23 2
           91: 5-2 4
Bummels, J. V. 2001: 10-4 11
Bump, Beau
           2000: 11-9 2
           2001: 9-13 6; 9-20 5; 11-1 6; 11-15 6
           2002: 1-31 5; 2-28 6, 8; 3-7 5; 3-14 5; 4-4 5; 4-25 6
Bunch, Vicki 2001: 12-13 10
Bunckenmyer, James A 84: 3-29 1
Bunde, Michael J (Mike)
           74: 8-29 1; 10-3 3
           75: 10-17 4
Bundy, Bobbi
           91: 10-10 12
           92: 1-30 6
-, Jamie 87: 4-9 2 (P)
Bundy, Melvina 76: 5-6 4; 6-24 2
Bunell, Denise (see also Bunnell) 83: 12-2 9
Bunge, Eugene 88: 9-29 5
bungee jumping 98: 4-9 4
Bunger, Deb 77: 4-14 1
-, Michael 81: 10-8 1; 10-22 3
-, Regina 90: 4-12 1; 9-20 5 (P)
-, Terri 73: 4-19 3 (P)
Bunker, Tish 74: 9-26 5
Bunnel, George (see also Bunnell) 73: 1-18 1
Bunnell, Bernie
           76: 4-1 9; 10-7 9; 10-14 8; 11-4 11
           77: 2-10 11; 9-1 9; 11-17 1; 12-8 3 (P)
           78: 2-2 3
-, Denise (see also Bunell) 83: 12-2 9
Bunnell, George (see also Bunnel)
           71: 3-11 2
           73: 9-13 8
-, Lisa 90: 6-14 5 (P); 6-21 1; 6-28 1, 5; 7-12 4; 7-19 8; 7-26 5
Bunner, Julie 85: 1-29 4
Bunny Grams 85: 3-28 2
Bunny Hop 83: 3-24 1
Bunsness, Leslie (Leslee)
          74: 3-28 1
          75: 3-20 1; 11-6 3
Buntemeyer, Becky 78: 8-31 12; 10-5 3 LTE
-, Mitch
          77: 5-5 1; 7-28 1; 9-15 1
          78: 10-12 7
          79: 1-26 3
-, Sara 2000: 3-30 4
-, Steve 75: 11-20 6
Burbach, Brian (see also Burback)
          85: 12-5 2
          87: 9-24 11
-, Dick 76: 4-29 3
-, Jules W 71: 4-20 12
-, Patricia (Pat)
          72: 4-27 4; 5-4 2 LTE; 9-21 2 LTE; 10-12 6, 10
          73: 2-15 3, 7; 3-22 3; 4-12 4; 4-19 2 LTE; 5-3 8
-, Sara (Sarah)
          2001: 4-5 6; 4-12 6; 4-19 5
          2002: 2-21 7
Burback, Brian (see also Burbach) 85: 10-17 1
Burch, Ashley 2001: 4-26 2
-, Maxine 75: 2-20 1, 4; 2-27 1; 3-13 5
Burchess, Adam 98: 2-26 7
Burdett, Vanessa 91: 12-5 14 (P)
Burdof, Anny 2001: 12-13 7
Burdorf, Anny
          98: 11-5 5
          99: 12-9 9
          2000: 1-27 8 (P); 2-3 5; 3-2 5; 11-2 7; 11-30 4; 12-7 6
          2001: 1-18 6; 1-25 5; 2-1 5; 2-15 5; 2-22 5; 3-1 5, 6; 3-8 5; 11-8 10
          2002: 1-24 5; 1-31 6; 2-7 5, 6; 2-14 6; 2-28 6; 3-7 5, 6; 3-14 5, 6
Bureau of Indian Affairs
          72: 10-12 1
          73: 3-29 1
Bureau of Research Services, establishment of 71: 10-7 1
Buresch, Keith (see also Buresh) 80: 2-14 3
-, Paul (see also Buresh)
          78: 10-12 3
          80: 2-14 3
Buresh, Anne
          79: 2-15 2 LTE; 9-27 9
          80: 2-7 6; 9-18 6
-, Keith (see also Buresch)
          79: 9-27 1; 10-4 1 (P); 10-28 4
          80: 2-14 3 (P); 10-16 3; 11-20 3; 12-4 3
          81: 10-1 1; 11-12 1; 12-3 6
-, Paul (see also Buresch)
          78: 9-14 6
          79: 6-28 3 (P)
          80: 2-14 3 (P); 9-18 5; 10-16 3
          94: 9-15 2 (P)
          95: 3-2 2 (P)
          97: 2-6 2 (P); 11-6 8
          98: 2-26 8
          99: 1-28 7
Buresh, Rick 73: 6-28 4; 10-11 7
-, Scott 90: 5-3 9
Burgar, Michael (see also Burger) 84: 9-6 26
          Burge, Teresa (Terry)
          71: 10-14 4
          72: 2-17 3
Burger, Jan 72: 9-21 1; 10-19 1
-, Jay 90: 1-18 1
-, Kenneth 76: 4-1 6
-, Michael (Mike) (see also Burgar)
          82: 3-4 4
          89: 4-20 3 LTE
-, Montee (Monte)
          72: 10-26 8
          73: 3-22 3; 9-13 8; 10-25 1
          74: 4-4 5; 12-5 8; 12-12 8
-, Phyllis (Phyl)
          73: 5-3 4; 9-20 3
          74: 4-4 8; 4-11 6; 11-6 5; 11-21 3
Burger Chef (business) 76: 7-9 7
Burger King (business)
          81: 1-22 4
          82: 12-2 3
          89: 4-6 2
          90: 4-19 2; 9-6 6
          99: 12-2 7
Burgeson, Alan 96: 11-14 9
-, Jan 76: 2-12 3
-, Janet
          73: 9-13 8
          75: 4-24 8
Burgess, A Elaine (Elaine) 72: 3-16 4; 10-12 5 (P)
-, Almeda E 72: 8-31 4
-, Bill 71: 5-6 6
-, David 99: 11-11 7
-, Jennifer 93: 12-2 7
-, Russ 73: 3-8 3; 3-22 3; 4-5 4
Burget, Ken 73: 12-6 5
Burgh, Deb (see also Bergh) 83: 4-28 7 (P)
Burgis, Garnet 96: 9-26 10
Burgman, Amney 2001: 2-22 2
Burguess, Larry 83: 9-1 15
„Buried Child‟ (play) 82: 9-23 1; 10-7 1; 10-14 3, 8
Burk, Linda (see also Burke) 71: 5-13 4
-, Michelle 88: 8-25 1 (P)
Burke, Angie
          93: 9-2 7; 9-16 7; 9-30 7; 10-7 8; 10-21 7; 10-28 7; 11-4 8; 11-11 9
          94: 9-1 7; 9-22 7; 9-29 7; 10-6 7; 10-20 8; 10-27 7; 11-10 8
-, Brenda
          84: 12-11 13 (P)
          85: 2-7 6; 2-12 7; 10-23 5 (P)
Burke, David (Dave)
          73: 6-28 4; 10-11 6; 10-25 5; 11-1 8; 11-29 6
          74: 3-7 6; 4-25 7; 8-29 7; 9-5 7; 9-12 6; 9-19 10; 9-26 8, 9; 10-3 6, 7 (P); 10-10 6; 10-17
                  10, 11; 10-24 6; 11-14 8; 11-21 7
         75: 4-10 4; 5-8 7, 8; 8-29 12 (P), 13; 9-11 7 (P); 9-25 10, 11; 10-2 9; 10-9 8, 9 (P); 10-17
                  7; 10-23 6; 10-30 8, 9; 11-6 8; 11-13 8; 11-20 7; 12-4 8
         76: 4-1 8; 4-23 7; 9-2 15; 9-9 10, 12; 9-16 8; 9-29 10, 11 (P); 10-7 9; 10-21 6; 11-4 10,
                  11; 11-11 6; 11-18 6, 7; 12-2 7; 12-9 1, 9
         77: 4-7 6; 9-1 11; 9-8 13
         81: 11-5 8
         88: 2-11 10; 4-14 8
         94: 10-27 7, 8
-, Deb 79: 1-11 2 LTE
-, Fred 76: 9-29 12
-, Jeff
         85: 4-18 5 (P)
         93: 12-2 6
-, Jeffrey (Jeffery) 89: 8-31 14; 9-14 16
-, Jerrod 88: 1-14 6; 5-5 2
-, Jesse 201: 3-29 4
-, Joseph M 76: 5-6 3
-, Justin 2000: 12-7 1
-, Kris 90: 11-8 6 (P)
-, Laurie (Lori, Lauri)
         94: 3-17 6
         95: 11-30 2, 4
         96: 2-29 4; 10-17 6
         97: 3-13 4; 4-10 5; 9-4 10; 9-11 1 (P), 8; 11-6 8
-, Linda (see also Burk)
         71: 2-25 4; 3-4 1; 9-23 4; 10-7 4
         72: 3-10 2; 7-27 3; 9-21 7; 10-26 3
         73: 1-18 8; 2-15 3; 4-5 5; 4-12 5
-, Mike 82: 4-1 1
-, Richard P
         85: 2-5 3
         86: 10-30 2
         87: 7-9 2
-, Rick 84: 9-27 10; 10-11 10; 11-1 14; 11-15 4 (P); 12-6 5 (P)
-, Sharon 91: 8-29 5 (P)
-, Stacey 79: 3-29 10
-, Wayne
         89: 11-16 10 (P)
         94: 2-17 10
Burkert, Bart 88: 9-8 1, 2
Burkett, John M
         71: 9-9 1; 10-21 3
         72: 3-10 10; 3-16 5
         80: 6-19 1
Burkhart, Barry 89: 2-9 6
-, Berry R 89: 2-2 1
Burkholder, Anne 89: 1-26 2
-, Ardis 89: 4-20 2
Burkina Faso 87: 6-18 2
Burks, J D
         74: 9-12 7
         75: 2-27 8; 3-6 7; 4-24 6
Burleigh, Daniel C (Dan)
         71: 12-16 1
         72: 3-9 5; 3-10 10
         73: 1-18 3
-, Deb 81: 2-5 1
-, John S 71: 12-16 1
Burley, Roy W 72: 1-20 5
Burling, Natalie 96: 4-11 9
-, Phil
          85: 1-17 1 (P)
          89: 9-14 4 (P)
Burlington Northern Railroad (business) 78: 5-4 1
Burmeister, Joe 92: 11-5 12
Burmood, Linda 72: 4-27 1
Burnett, Maxine 72: 4-27 5
-, Richard E 71: 4-20 9 (P), 11, 12
Burnett, Tamy 98: 2-26 2; 3-12 7; 3-19 2; 4-30 2; 9-10 5; 10-1 4; 12-10 2
Burnham, John 89: 2-16 1
-, Susan (Susie)
          78: 1-26 9
          79: 1-26 9
          82: 1-28 8; 2-25 10; 3-4 7; 4-15 7; 4-22 12
Burnoff, Bill 76: 10-14 8
burnout 86: 11-6 5
burns 82: 11-18 Accent 3
Burns, Chuck 75: 3-20 4
-, Donald 90: 11-15 1
-, Garrett 92: 8-27 8
-, Karen 76: 5-6 4
-, Kim 83: 11-17 3
-, Mike 72: 9-21 1
-, Patti 79: 5-3 9-, Shad 98: 10-15 3 LTE
-, Shawn P 93: 4-29 1
-, William Earl 95: 8-24 2
Burnside, Connie 75: 9-5 8
Burnt, Charlotte 88: 1-28 10 (P) [Bernt]
Burr, Bill 87: 10-29 1 (P)
-, Brent
          89: 4-20 8
          90: 4-12 8; 8-30 7
          92: 9-3 7; 9-17 7; 11-12 8; 11-18 8
-, Nancy
          74: 11-14 4
          75: 9-25 6
          76: 11-11 1
          77: 11-10 4
          78: 3-16 4
-, Sally 81: 11-12 1
Burras, Mark 81: 4-23 9
Burrel, Alan Jr 2001: 9-27 2 (P)
Burrell, Allen (Alan)
          2001: 9-27 5; 10-4 5; 10-11 5, 6; 10-18 6; 11-15 5; 11-29 6
          2002: 1-31 5; 2-7 5; 2-14 5; 2-21 6; 2-28 5 (P), 6; 3-7 6; 3-14 5; 4-4 5, 6; 4-11 6; 4-18 5,
                  6; 4-25 5; 5-2 7, 8, 13; 9-5 5; 10-3 5 (P), 6 (P); 10-10 5; 10-17 6
-, Monte 95: 1-26 1
Burris, Tony 96: 2-8 12
Burritt, Rich
          82: 9-30 1
          83: 10-13 4 (P)
Burros, George 82: 4-29 9
Burroughs, Margaret Taylor Goss 95: 10-19 2
Burroughs computer system, problems with 80: 10-23 4, 5
Burrows, Kelly 95: 9-21 12
-, Mike
         78: 1-26 9; 2-9 8; 2-23 7; 3-8 9; 3-16 9; 3-30 10; 4-6 9; 4-13 3; 4-20 9; 4-27 9; 5-4 12, 13,
                  14; 8-31 2, 14, 15 (P); 9-7 1, 11; 9-14 2, 11; 9-21 2, 9, 10; 9-28 2, 9; 10-5 2, 15;
                  10-12 2, 13, 15; 10-26 2, 11; 10-26 Encounter 2; 11-2 2, 12; 11-9 2, 11; 11-16 2,
                  10, 11; 11-30 2, 8; 12-7 2, 13; 12-14 2, 11
         79: 1-11 1; 1-18 2, 10; 1-26 2, 9; 2-1 2, 14; 2-8 2, 11; 2-15 2, 11; 2-22 2, 10; 3-1 2, 12; 3-
                  15 2, 10; 3-22 2, 13; 3-29 2, 14; 4-5 2, 13; 4-12 2, 9; 4-26 2; 5-3 1, 2, 15; 9-6 10;
                  9-13 13, 15; 9-20 10
         80: 1-17 1
         90: 1-25 8
Burrus, Mark
         77: 12-1 10
         78: 1-26 7; 12-7 15
Burry, Gary 75: 11-13 4
Bursik, Mimi 76: 9-23 1
Burthiaume, Joe 87: 1-22 2
Burthold, Lisa 86: 8-28 10 (P)
Burtley, David 99: 10-14 7 (P)
-, Hope 92: 3-12 3 LTE
Burton, Ann 84: 10-23 20 LTE
-, Bruce A 85: 7-2 3 LTE; 7-23 1
-, Gary 75: 4-10 1 (P); 4-17 1
-, Kevin 78: 9-7 1
-, Lloyd R
         71: 5-20 5
         89: 12-14 4
-, Mark
         89: 10-12 8
         90: 4-19 7 (P)
         91: 2-21 8; 11-7 8
         93: 2-18 9; 4-8 2 (P), 8; 4-15 7
-, Teresa (Theresa) 88: 2-4 4, 13; 3-17 2; 9-22 1; 10-12 6
Burtwistle, Fern 79: 11-1 1
-, Kirk
         98: 11-12 2; 12-10 2
         99: 1-28 2; 12-2 2
         2001: 2-3 7; 9-27 11
         2002: 9-5 4; 9-12 7; 9-19 9 (P); 9-26 6; 10-3 4; 10-10 4; 10-17 4; 10-31 4; 11-7 7 (P); 11
                  14 7; 11-21 1, 4; 12-5 6 (P); 12-12 6 (P)
Bus Drivers (team) 92: 4-23 8
„Bus Stop‟ (film) 73: 1-11 7; 1-25 4
„Bus Stop‟ (play)
         79: 2-22 3, 4
         91: 4-25 10
Busboom, Alan
         77: 9-8 13
         80: 2-28 3
-, Eugene 78: 7-27 1
-, Jean
         84: 10-9 2
         86: 12-11 5
Buscaglia, Leo 89: 2-23 4
Busch, Duane 73: 4-5 1
-, Judy 75: 10-23 7; 12-4 1
-, Sue (see also Bush)
         75: 10-23 7
         77: 11-10 10; 11-17 8; 12-1 9; 12-8 16
         78: 1-26 7; 2-9 8; 2-16 7; 8-31 14; 10-26 11; 11-9 11; 11-16 11; 12-14 10
         79: 1-11 10
-, Judy
         76: 9-16 8; 11-11 6; 12-2 6
         77: 9-1 9; 9-22 12 (P); 9-23 7
Buscher, Brian
         95: 8-24 9
         96: 1-18 9; 11-7 8
         97: 2-27 6; 3-20 6; 4-3 6; 4-17 7; 9-18 8
         98: 2-26 5; 4-16 5; 4-23 5 (P)
         99: 4-22 6
-, Janelle
         91: 3-28 2 (P)
         94: 1-27 11; 2-10 1; 2-17 1; 2-24 4; 3-3 4; 3-10 6; 3-17 6; 3-31 11; 4-7 10; 4-14 4; 4-21 4;
                 4-28 1
-, Janice 94: 2-3 9
-, Joanne 88: 1-21 8
-, Kevin
         79: 4-5 4 (P)
         80: 3-27 1 (P)
         93: 4-22 5
Buschkoetter, Randy 87: 2-12 6
Buschow, Keith
         74: 10-10 7
         75: 8-29 13; 11-6 8; 12-4 8
         76: 4-1 8; 9-2 15; 9-9 12; 10-7 9; 11-11 6; 11-18 6
         77: 4-7 6; 4-28 8; 9-1 10 (P); 9-15 9; 9-22 10; 11-10 10; 12-1 11; 12-8 12 (P)
-, Roger 72: 9-7 5; 10-12 9
Buse, Dean
         93: 9-30 12
         94: 10-20 12
         95: 1-26 9; 3-2 1 (P); 3-16 4 (P); 11-11 4
Busekist, Susan 88: 8-25 1 (P)
Bush, Barb 79: 1-26 6
-, Barbara 92: 9-24 6
-, Beth
         77: 10-6 1
         80: 4-24 1; 9-11 5; 9-18 5; 9-25 4; 10-23 4; 10-23 Encounter 5; 11-20 5
         81: 1-22 8; 2-5 4, 7; 2-12 4; 3-26 6; 4-2 7; 4-23 1; 5-7 3
-, Dewayne 73: 3-22 2; 3-29 4
-, Dick 2001: 2-1 1
-, Duane 74: 12-5 5
-, George H W
         80: 2-14 3
         88: 9-22 11; 10-12 6, 13; 10-27 1
         89: 2-9 6
         90: 11-1 1
         91: 1-17 3 (P)
         92: 9-24 1, 6; 10-15 1, 13; 11-5 1
-, George W
         2000: 9-21 1; 10-12 1; 11-2 1
         2001: 3-8 1 (P), 7; 3-29 1; 4-19 3; 11-15 3
-, Joy 74: 12-5 5
-, Judy 77: 1-13 6
-, Kenyatta 92: 10-1 1
-, Kimberly 96: 9-26 7
-, Mark
         80: 4-24 1
         81: 3-5 1
-, Pat 77: 10-6 10
-, Richard (Dick)
         71: 2-25 4
         75: 2-20 3
         79: 1-26 6
         82: 3-4 5
-, Richard E
         95: 2-9 12
         97: 9-25 3
         98: 4-30 3 LTE
-, Steve 79: 1-26 6
-, Sue (see also Busch) 77: 9-1 11
-, William 80: 8-28 3
Bush (band) 95: 2-16 4
Busher, Cody 77: 9-22 13
Bushman, Brad 91: 11-7 6
Bushow, Roger 71: 10-28 8
business, internships in 71: 11-18 5
Business and Organizational Communication (course) 81: 9-17 5
Business and Professional Women
         73: 11-1 4; 11-15 4
         74: 4-11 3
         84: 4-26 3
         95: 10-26 1
-, scholarship of 71: 5-6 1
Business and Professional Women‟s Club 75: 9-11 4
Business Club 2000: 4-6 4
Business Consultantship Program 73: 10-4 4
Business Education Association 72: 3-16 5
Business Education Award of Merit 71: 5-6 2
„Business Machines‟ (minicourse) 74: 12-5 1
Business Office 78: 1-26 10
Business Learning Community 2001: 12-6 7
business programs 85: 2-19 1
-, retreat to discuss 85: 3-5 1
Businger, Dale 72: 11-2 9
Buss, Brenda
         71: 9-23 4; 10-7 4
         72: 6-29 1
-, Jill
         93: 3-4 10
         99: 2-25 5
-, Nigel 78: 7-20 1
-, Randy 76: 12-9 9
Bussinger, Rob
         88: 10-12 13 (P)
         89: 3-2 5 (P)
         90: 6-28 4
         91: 9-19 2 (P)
         92: 2-27 2 (P)
         93: 4-15 5 (P)
Bustamente, Efren 2000: 11-2 2
Bustos, Jaime
         74: 11-14 4
         75: 9-5 8
 „But the Little Girls Understand‟ (recording) 80: 2-28 9
„Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid‟ (film) 74: 2-21 4
Butcher, Solamon 83: 7-21 7
Butler, Carolyn 79: 7-26 5
-, Ed
         75: 6-26 3 (P); 8-29 11 (P)
         76: 1-22 3
-, Jeffrey 2001: 3-1 2
-, Jennifer 94: 10-27 12
-, Josilyn 98: 10-8 7 (P)
-, Kathy 72: 6-29 1
-, Larry 73: 10-4 4
-, Louise 72: 2-10 3
-, Lydia
         71: 4-20 10
         72: 2-10 1; 5-4 1
         74: 9-19 1
-, Matt 97: 12-4 6
-, Nate
         71: 1-14 4; 2-4 6; 2-11 6 (P); 2-18 8; 2-25 6; 3-4 6; 3-25 6; 4-1 6; 4-22 6; 4-29 6 (P); 5-20
                  6; 10-21 5
         76: 2-26 9
-, Susan
         90: 5-3 7; 10-11 15
         91: 4-4 7; 9-19 6
         92: 4-16 7; 4-23 7; 4-30 7; 11-5 1
Butolph, Dick
         73: 11-29 7
         81: 1-15 8
         83: 10-13 13 (P)
         87: 6-25 2
         90: 9-6 9
Butress, Tena (see also Buttress) 89: 10-12 6
Butterbaugh, Jack III 99: 4-22 2
-, Jake
         98: 10-29 1
         99: 10-28 9; 11-18 1
-, Jenny 94: 9-14 2 (P)
Butterfield, Brenda
         76: 10-7 8; 11-11 7; 12-2 6
         77: 1-20 9; 2-10 11; 2-17 7; 2-24 8; 3-3 5; 3-17 8; 9-1 11; 11-10 9, 10; 11-17 8; 12-1 9;
                  12-8 16
         78: 1-19 7; 1-26 7; 2-2 11; 2-9 8; 2-16 7; 2-23 9; 10-26 11
-, Debra (Debbie)
         80: 2-7 3
         81: 1-22 3
-, Jay
         80: 10-23 7
         82: 9-2 8; 9-30 10 (P)
-, Pam
         74: 9-19 4; 11-21 5
         75: 4-24 5; 9-25 5
-, Pat
          91: 4-18 1
          92: 1-23 2; 9-3 1
          93: 11-11 1
          95: 2-2 4 (P)
          96: 3-7 6
          97: 2-6 1, 10
          98: 4-30 1
          99: 9-2 10
„Butterflies Are Free‟ (play)
          72: 9-7 3
          73: 2-1 1; 2-22 1; 3-1 1, 2
 „Butterfly Man‟ (Robert Nelson) 84: 11-15 1, 2
Butters, Barry 75: 12-11 3
-, Jeff 86: 4-17 6
-, Tom 88: 2-11 4
-, Velda
          86: 2-13 5
          88: 2-11 1 (P)
          89: 2-9 12
          92: 2-6 11
Butterworth, Charles 90: 11-20 14; 12-6 17
Button, Mary 73: 2-15 7
Buttress, Scott 88: 11-17 1
-, Steve
          89: 10-19 1
          90: 3-29 1; 8-30 1; 9-13 1; 9-20 1; 11-1 1; 11-8 1; 12-6 1
          91: 1-24 1 (P); 2-7 1; 3-7 1; 3-28 3; 11-14 1; 12-5 1
          92: 4-9 9; 8-27 1; 10-15 11
-, Tina (Tena) (see also Butress) 87: 10-1 2; 10-22 4; 11-5 2
Butts, Christi 80: 2-28 Encounter 7
-, Jered (Jared)
          2001: 2-8 7 (P); 3-29 2; 10-18 5
          2002: 10-3 6; 10-10 5; 10-17 5
-, Randy
          74: 4-25 7; 8-29 7; 9-5 7 (P); 9-12 6; 9-19 10; 9-26 8, 9; 10-3 7 (P); 10-10 6; 10-17 11;
                  10-24 6; 11-6 8; 11-21 7
          75: 1-23 5; 2-13 8; 3-6 7; 4-10 4; 5-8 7, 8; 8-29 12 (P), 13; 10-9 9; 10-17 7; 10-23 6; 10-
                  30 9; 11-6 8 (P); 11-13 8; 11-20 4, 7; 12-4 8
          76: 4-1 8; 9-2 15
          80: 2-28 Encounter 7
Butz, Earl 74: 11-21 1
Butzerius, Bob 71: 6-24 4
Buxton, George 92: 10-1 5 (P)
-, Khafre 92: 10-1 5 (P)
-, Linda 87: 2-12 11
„Buy a Book‟ luncheon 83: 9-22 4
Buzbee (toy) 79: 7-12 3
Buzzell, Chuck 78: 10-5 4
Buzz‟s Marine (business) 78: 7-20 3
Buzz‟s Marine Supply (business) 75: 12-18 5
Byars, Dennis M 93: 3-11 6
Bydalek, Bryan
         93: 4-15 3 LTE; 9-16 10; 9-23 11; 10-7 6; 10-14 10; 10-21 1; 11-4 9; 11-11 12; 11-18 1;
                  12-2 9; 12-9 3, 6
         94: 1-20 1, 3; 1-27 1, 3; 2-3 1, 3; 2-10 1, 3; 2-17 1, 3; 2-24 1, 3, 6; 3-3 1, 3, 4, 6; 3-10 1,
                  3; 3-17 1, 3, 6; 3-31 1, 3; 4-7 3, 10, 11; 4-14 3, 11; 4-21 1, 3; 4-28 1; 9-1 1, 5; 9-
                  22 6; 9-29 9; 10-6 10; 10-20 10; 10-27 4; 11-3 1; 11-10 6; 11-17 8; 12-1 1; 12-8
                  1, 2
         95: 1-19 1, 3, 4; 1-26 2; 2-2 3; 2-9 1, 3; 2-16 3; 2-23 1; 3-2 3; 3-9 3; 3-16 3; 3-30 3; 4-6 3;
                  4-13 3, 4
-, Jack 89: 9-7 1
Bye, Adam 98: 12-10 13
-, Scott
         71: 5-6 2; 9-9 3
         72: 9-14 5
 „Bye Bye Birdie‟ (film) 77: 1-13 5; 2-3 8; 2-10 3
Byerly, Diane
         79: 9-27 9
         80: 2-7 6
Bykerk, Kevin 94: 4-28 7
-, Tammy (see also Bykert)
         83: 9-29 10; 10-6 10; 10-13 12
         84: 2-23 8; 4-26 11; 9-6 24; 9-13 20
         85: 9-5 8; 9-19 9; 9-26 11; 10-10 8; 10-23 8; 11-7 7, 8
Bykert, Tammy (see also Bykerk) 83: 9-15 10
Bylan, Bob 76: 10-14 7
Byrd, Kevin
         90: 8-30 11
         94: 3-31 11 (P); 12-1 9
         98: 3-19 4
-, Ricky 89: 4-20 6
Byrne, Bill 97: 3-13 6
-, Dennis 89: 9-21 1
-, John 95: 11-2 1; 11-11 1
Byrns, Judy 80: 3-27 6
Bystrom, Roberta 79: 10-25 Encounter 5
Bzik, David 99: 3-11 9

C

C and W Cycle Ranch (business) 74: 4-25 1
C J Morey Insurance Group 94: 9-1 6
C W Youth Foundation Scholarship 80: 4-3 1
„Cabaret‟ (film) 74: 8-29 5; 10-10 5; 10-24 4
„Cabaret‟ (play)
        76: 1-29 3; 2-12 5
        2001: 2-1 2; 2-8 2; 2-15 2, 4; 2-22 2, 4; 3-1 3
Cabela‟s (business)
        89: 6-29 7; 90: 12-6 13
        92: 2-13 5; 3-19 1
        93: 11-4 9
        95: 10-5 13
        2001: 4-12 1
-, inbound telemarketing at 95: 8-31 4
Cable, Dana 93: 12-9 9
Cable News Network
        92: 11-5 11
        93: 1-28 10
cable television
          83: 7-28 6; 9-8 10
          2000: 1-27 1; 9-7 1
                  see also multimedia fee
-, in residence halls
          78: 2-16 5; 11-16 8
          88: 1-28 1
          93: 11-11 11
          94: 12-8 4
Cable USA (business)
          88: 1-28 1
          90: 2-8 4; 7-12 7
          91: 9-12 14
          93: 11-11 11
          94: 12-8 4
          96: 2-8 16
          97: 11-6 8
CableVision (business) 83: 7-28 6
Cabrales, Miguel 90: 12-13 6
-, Wanda 95: 11-11 2 (P)
Cactus Club (team) 92: 4-23 8
„Cactus Flower‟ (film) 72: 2-24 4
cadavers
          79: 9-6 4; 11-15 3
          80: 12-4 8
          83: 3-24 5
          98: 4-9 4
Caddell, Patrick 80: 9-18 7
Cade, Jana
          92: 8-27 8
          93: 4-22 9 (P)
          94: 3-3 8; 3-10 7; 3-17 7; 3-31 7; 4-7 7; 4-14 7; 4-28 9
-, Kathy
          73: 4-12 7; 5-3 3, 4; 9-13 4; 9-20 3; 11-1 4
          74: 5-9 1
Cadevallader, Miles E 71: 2-25 2 LTE
Cadle, Amy 97: 3-6 8
Cady, Kenneth 2001: 11-1 8
cadavers, dissection of 90: 3-29 5
Caddy, Ronda (Rhonda)
          86: 11-13 WSE 4 (P)
          87: 1-29 8; 2-19 7; 2-26 9
„Caddyshack‟ (film) 88: 5-5 2; 7-21 2
Cadwallader, Rex G 71: 7-8 1
Caelestes Cantores
          96: 10-17 2
          99: 10-7-99 7
          2000: 10-5 7; 12-7 11
          2001: 10-18 4, 9; 12-13 13
          2002: 3-7 2 4, 9; 10-17 1
Caesar, Julius, bust of 71: 3-4 4
-, Sid 84: 10-2 2; 10-11 6; 11-15 8 (P)
caffeine 95: 2-9 5
-, addiction to 98: 2-19 6
Cafferty, Alesia 72: 3-16 7 (P); 4-13 1
-, Dru 79: 11-29 4 (P)
-, Elsie
         71: 9-9 1
         74: 7-26 8; 8-29 1
         77: 9-29 3
         78: 3-8 5
         81: 7-30 1
         86: 12-11 9
-, Marcia (Marsha)
         72: 11-9 1
         73: 2-15 6; 3-1 5
Caffery, Mary (see also Caffrey) 75: 2-20 3
Caffey, Jim 84: 3-20 1
Caffrey, M J 77: 12-1 3 LTE
-, Mary (see also Caffery) 75: 3-13 5
-, Mary Jo
         76: 12-2 3
         77: 4-14 1
Cage Clinic 73: 11-15 5
 „Cagney & Lacey‟ (TV show) 85: 4-18 8
Caha, Bryan 2002: 11-14 2 (P)
-, Devona 85: 9-19 6
-, Don
         75: 4-4 5; 5-1 1; 8-29 4
         76: 4-1 1
         79: 4-5 7; 4-5 Encounter 3; 6-21 3
         80: 3-13 4; 7-3 1
         81: 4-2 5
         82: 4-15 2
         83: 9-1 4; 11-17 Accent 7
         86: 4-17 6
-, Jeff 99: 11-4 5
Cahalane, Karman 94: 11-17 6
Cahow, Sean
         92: 4-9 7; 4-23 7
         93: 4-1 8
         94: 3-3 8; 3-11 7
Cahoy, Steve Phil 85: 11-21 7
Cain, Brandon 2001: 2-22 7
-, Brent 2001: 3-8 7
-, Cassie 2001: 4-19 7
-, Herman 95: 2-2 1
-, Jesse
         2001: 11-15 9
         2002: 2-7 2; 2-28 8; 4-25 10; 10-3 8
-, Jessie 2001: 11-8 1
-, Michelle 93: 3-4 2 (P)
-, Tami
         92: 4-9 4
         95: 10-19 5
Caine, Bruce T „Woody‟ 96: 10-24 2
-, Jesse 2002: 3-7 8
Calabretto, Jesse
         2000: 11-16 4 (P)
         2001: 9-13 6
         2002: 5-2 7; 9-5 5; 9-12 5; 10-3 6; 10-17 6; 10-31 5; 12-5 5
-, Sam 2001: 2-15 6
Calahan, Jim 77: 1-20 1
-, Mark 81: 4-2 5
-, Nancy Pickerell
         78: 8-31 1, 2 (P); 9-7 1, 7, 8; 9-14 2, 6; 9-21 2; 9-28 2; 10-5 2, 9; 10-12 2; 10-26 1, 2; 11-
                 2 2; 11-9 2, 7, 12; 11-16 2; 11-30 2; 12-7 1, 2, 3; 12-14 2
         79: 1-11 1, 2; 1-18 2; 1-26 2; 2-1 1, 2, 3; 2-8 2; 2-15 2; 2-22 1; 3-15 9; 4-26 4; 5-3 1; 6-14
                 3; 8-30 1, 3; 9-27 4
         80: 1-17 1; 1-31 3 LTE; 5-1 1
         81: 3-5 3
-, Scott 80: 1-31 3 LTE
calculators 79: 3-15 5, 6
Caldararo, Teri 95: 9-14 1
Calder, Brian (Bryan)
         99: 3-4 5
         2000: 3-9 8; 4-6 7
         2001: 11-15 6; 11-29 6
Calderon, Jay M
         92: 9-3 3; 9-17 3, 7; 9-24 1, 3, 5, 8, 11; 10-1 3, 11, 13; 10-8 3, 10; 10-15 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8,
                 12, 13; 10-22 1, 3, 5, 8; 10-29 1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 9, 11; 11-5 3, 5, 6, 7, 11; 11-12 1, 3,
                 5, 7, 9, 13; 11-18 3 LTE, 5, 7; 12-10 3, 11, 13
         93: 1-21 1, 3, 6, 7, 9; 1-28 3, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10; 2-4 3, 5, 7, 8; 2-11 1, 3, 4, 7, 8; 2-18 1, 3, 7, 9,
                 10, 12; 2-25 1, 3, 7, 9; 3-4 1, 3, 7, 5, 8, 9; 3-11 2, 3, 5, 7, 8; 3-18 1, 3, 5, 7; 4-1 3,
                 5, 7; 4-8 1, 3, 7, 8; 4-15 1, 3, 7; 4-22 1, 2 (P), 3, 5, 7, 8, 9; 4-29 3, 5
Caldicott, Helen 82: 6-24 1
Caldwell, Brett 92: 9-17 11 (P)
-, Colin
         99: 10-7 4
         2000: 8-31 6
-, Cyndee 71: 5-13 4
-, Donna 92: 3-12 5
-, Eleanor, display of jewelry by 74: 2-21 4
-, Greg 76: 9-23 1
-, Matt
         92: 1-23 7; 1-30 8; 2-6 7, 9; 2-13 7; 2-20 7; 2-27 7; 3-5 7; 3-12 7; 3-19 7; 4-2 7; 4-9 7; 4-
                 16 7; 4-23 7; 4-30 7; 9-3 7; 9-17 7; 9-24 7; 10-1 7; 10-15 7; 10-22 7; 10-29 7; 11-
                 5 7; 11-12 8; 11-18 7, 8
         93: 1-21 7; 1-28 7; 2-4 7; 2-11 9; 2-18 7; 2-25 8; 3-4 8; 3-11 7; 3-18 7, 8; 4-1 7; 4-8 7, 8;
                 4-15 7; 4-22 7; 4-29 7
-, Nancy 74: 11-21 8
-, Robert (Bob)
         90: 2-15 3 LTE
         91: 1-31 12; 2-14 1; 2-21 1 (P), 2; 3-7 1; 3-14 1; 3-28 1; 4-11 1; 4-25 1; 7-3 1, 9 (P); 7-18
                 1; 8-29 1, 3 (P); 9-12 1, 11, 16; 9-19 1, 3 (P); 9-26 1; 10-3 1, 3 (P), 10; 10-10 1,
                 13, 15 (P); 10-17 2 (P), 4; 10-24 1; 10-31 1, 2 (P); 11-14 1, 2 (P); 12-5 1, 2 (P);
                 12-13 1, 13
         92: 1-23 1; 1-30 1, 3, (P), 12; 2-6 2; 2-13 10; 2-20 1, 3 (P), 6 (P); 3-5 1 (P); 3-19 1; 4-2 1;
                 9-24 1, 6; 12-10                              1
-, Ryan
         99: 3-11 3 LTE; 4-22 3 LTE
         2001: 4-5 7
         2002: 1-31 2; 2-7 2; 2-14 2; 2-28 1; 3-7 8, 10
Caldwell Manufacturing (business) 79: 4-5 7
calendar, academic 88: 9-8 1
-, master
         95: 12-7 15
         96: 10-10 1
calendar art 89: 2-16 2
calendar of events, Residence Life production of 86: 11-20 6
Calendaring Office 71: 10-14 3
calendaring service 71: 10-28 3
Calhoon, Doug 74: 9-26 8
-, Joe 97: 3-20 9; 4-3 5 (P); 4-10 9; 4-17 12
Calhoun, Betty 71: 2-11 4
-, Mary 77: 1-20 4
-, Susan 81: 4-23 7
 „Caligula‟ (play)
         71: 9-16 6
         72: 3-2 1; 4-6 3; 4-13 1; 4-20 1, 6; 4-27 1
California State University, San Marcos 96: 3-28 2
„California Suite‟ (film) 79: 5-3 1
 „Californication‟ 2000: 2-10 4
Calihan, Rick 95: 11-2 4
Call for Coats campaign 99: 12-2 2; 12-9 2
Call, Carolyn 71: 12-16 4
-, Richard 96: 2-8 15
Callaghan, JoAnn (Joanne) (see also Callahan)
         83: 4-14 7; 4-28 8
         85: 3-21 23; 3-26 5; 3-28 9; 4-2 23; 4-11 13; 4-16 5; 4-30 5; 9-26 10
         86: 2-13 9; 2-27 10; 3-7 5; 4-3 8; 4-10 7; 5-8 10
-, Tom 87: 12-10 9
Callahan, Cathleen 75: 9-5 8
-, Cory 89: 11-30 1
-, Diana 85: 10-10 2 (P)
-, JoAnn (Joanne) (see also Callaghan)
         85: 4-23 6
         86: 6-25 8
-, Mark
         81: 3-5 3; 9-3 11
         82: 9-2 8; 10-14 7 (P); 11-11 5
         83: 3-31 3 (P)
         84: 2-2 4
-, Michele 82: 11-11 5
-, Pat
         78: 11-16 11
         79: 4-12 9
-, Wade
         78: 3-16 8; 4-6 9; 4-20 8; 11-2 10; 11-9 10
         79: 1-26 7; 3-29 14; 4-5 13; 4-12 10; 5-3 15; 9-20 10 (P)
         80: 2-28 11; 4-3 9; 4-17 10; 4-24 9; 5-1 10; 9-4 10
         81: 3-5 8; 3-19 10; 3-26 7; 4-2 8, 9; 4-9 9; 4-23 8; 4-30 9
Callan, Derrick 94: 11-17 10
-, Jason
         92: 4-9 7; 4-23 7; 10-15 10
         93: 4-8 8; 4-22 8; 9-16 8; 9-23 7; 9-30 7; 10-7 7; 10-14 7
         94: 3-31 7; 4-14 7
         95: 4-6 7; 4-13 7; 4-27 7
Callaway, Dave 88: 10-12 9
Callen, Larry
         84: 11-13 14
         85: 6-18 7
Calleroz, Lisa
         2001: 4-19 6; 4-26 7; 11-15 11
          2002: 4-4 5; 4-11 5; 4-25 5; 5-2 7
Calley, William 71: 4-1 2
Calligraphy Workshop 82: 3-18 1
Callihan, Gloria 71: 2-4 3
Caltrider, Lyle
          75: 10-30 1, 3; 11-13 4
          76: 4-15 3; 4-23 8
Calvary Baptist
          73: 8-30 7
          74: 9-26 7
Calvin T Ryan Library
          71: 9-3 4; 9-23 3
          73: 5-3 5
          74: 7-26 6; 8-29 4
          78: 4-27 3
          81: 2-26 4
          83: 2-17 4
          86: 2-20 1; 10-9 4
          93: 9-23 1; 11-4 1
          96: 2-15 1, 12; 3-28 4
          97: 4-17 5, 9
          98: 4-9 6; 11-5 1
          2002: 4-11 3
-, acquisition of ERIC by 71: 1-14 1
-, acquisition of law library by
          91: 2-7 12
          93: 9-2 10
-, acquisition of new collection by 93: 3-18 1
-, Acquisition Task Force of 72: 8-31 3
-, activity boards in 74: 9-5 3
-, addition to
          78: 8-31 3
          79: 4-12 1; 7-26 1; 8-30 4
          80: 1-24 1; 7-10 1
          81: 6-25 1; 7-30 7; 9-3 1, 4; 11-5 1
          82: 2-4 1; 4-29 1; 6-17 4; 7-29 8; 9-2 1; 11-11 1
          83: 1-27 4; 6-23 4; 9-1 5; 9-8 1; 9-22 4
-, adequacy of 71: 1-7 5
-, art in
          82: 7-1 6; 9-16 1; 11-18 5
          83: 11-17 3
-, automation of
          87: 3-26 4
          88: 1-21 1
          89: 2-2 4; 10-12 13
          90: 2-1 1; 3-29 11; 4-26 1; 9-13 13
-, award won by 86: 8-28 4
-, award won by government documents section of
          87: 7-2 1
          91: 3-14 6
-, barcoding of books in 91: 1-24 4
-, bibliographic instruction program of 75: 10-17 5
-, book ordering process of 84: 9-13 6
-, book sale in
          71: 10-21 1
          73: 7-19 8
-, budget cuts affecting 2002: 9-19 9
-, budget of
           81: 1-15 1; 11-12 1
           84: 4-12 1
-, change in checkout policy of
           82: 12-2 1
           83: 12-8 1
-, change in circulation policy of 73: 9-20 4; 11-7 3
-, change in hours of 82: 7-1 6
-, checkout policy of 80: 10-2 8
-, coin-operated computers in
           83: 12-8 1
           84: 3-29 1
-, collapse of sewer line east of 98: 4-9 1 ; 4-16 1
-, collection of autographed books in 78: 1-19 8
-, collections of
           73: 12-6 4
           78: 10-12 11
-, computer cataloging of books by
           75: 12-11 12
           76: 12-2 5
-, computer lab in 2002: 10-10 7
-, computer searching at
           77: 1-20 10
           79: 9-13 5
-, computerized card catalog in 91: 8-29 15
-, computerized catalog card printing by 75: 2-13 4
-, computerized index to government documents in 88: 7-28 1
-, consolidation of copy machines in 90: 3-8 4
-, construction of 88: 2-4 7
-, control of carillon from
           91: 10-24 6
           95: 2-9 11
-, cooperative agreement with Good Samaritan Hospital of 79: 3-1 7
-, copier revenue of 95: 11-30 1
-, copy machines in 78: 2-2 8
-, creation of study rooms in 89: 3-30 12
-, DIALOG computer search service in 76: 4-29 4
-, display case in 77: 2-24 3
-, display of books in 72: 7-20 1
-, display of materials to aid the visually handicapped by 72: 3-9 3
-, disrepair of equipment in 83: 2-24 1
-, donation of collection to 93: 2-25 6
-, donation of books to 92: 1-30 13
-, effect of budget cuts on
           80: 9-18 1
           82: 11-18 4
           83: 4-21 1; 4-28 3
           87: 2-12 4
-, energy conservation in 78: 1-12 8
-, establishment of Special Collection in 72: 7-13 5
-, establishment of typing room in 71: 1-7 3
-, expansion of 71: 2-4 5
-, expansion of Reference Desk in 88: 10-6 6
-, fine policy of 81: 10-29 Accent 4
-, „first aid‟ station in 73: 7-19 8; 8-30 5
-, free long-distance reference service provided by 96: 2-22 2
-, fines of 95: 11-30 1
-, funding for 94: 9-15 10
-, fundraising efforts of 83: 9-22 4
-, gift by Hamaker to 84: `11-1 7
-, grants received by 84: 11-29 7
-, highlighting of catalog cards by 73: 11-29 3
-, hours of
           82: 7-15 1
           95: 8-31 13; 10-19 1
-, housing of Writing Center in 89: 4-27 12; 6-15 6; 8-31 12
-, incident of indecent exposure at 78: 11-30 4
-, information desk in 77: 2-10 9
-, initiation of weekend reference service by 89: 1-26 6
-, introduction of ROSI in 92: 11-12 6
-, juvenile material in 84: 10-18 8
-, LAN inaugurated in 93: 4-22 12
-, loan policy of 84: 9-18 11
-, logo contest of 76: 10-21 4; 11-18 4
-, microfilm in
           73: 11-1 4
           74: 11-6 4
-, move of Kearney Public Library into 73: 5-10 1, 2
-, move of material to basement of 73: 3-8 1
-, mutilation of materials in 73: 10-4 4
-, need for improved ventilation in 95: 3-30 1
-, new copiers in 76: 11-4 3
-, noise in
           90: 12-6 18
           97: 4-10 1, 4
-, offering of free database searching by 89: 2-23 10
-, open house in basement of 73: 12-6 5
-, opening of remodeled basement of 73: 6-28 3; 9-13 5
-, orientation program of 72: 1-20 1
-, orientation tours of 80: 10-9 7
-, paperback collection in 71: 9-30 1
-, placement of adding machine in 71: 3-18 2
-, plants in 76: 10-7 4
-, printing in
           98: 11-5 1; 11-19 3
           99: 4-22 1
-, problems with gas-emitting microfilm in 76: 2-12 5
-, reciprocal borrowing agreement of 75: 6-19 4
-, reduction of copying charges by 73: 9-27 3; 11-1 4; 11-7 8
-, regional archival depository in 77: 9-1 6
-, remodeling in
           72: 6-29 1; 7-27 7; 9-7 6; 11-2 3
           75: 9-5 4; 9-18 4
-, renovation of 83: 4-21 6
-, renovations in 90: 4-19 4
-, replacement of microfilm machines in 88: 9-15 12
-, rising costs of 84: 9-6 1, 3
-, rupture of sewer line near 82: 1-21 1
-, sale of withdrawn books by 78: 2-16 1; 3-8 1; 8-31 1
-, satellite dish on roof of 88: 2-25 11
-, schedule of
          73: 12-13 3
          75: 12-18 3
-, security system in
          76: 9-2 6
          77: 1-27 4; 9-15 7
          96: 4-18 9
-, services available in 86: 6-25 7
-, shift of materials in 75: 7-10 4
-, shortage of space in 77: 11-17 5
-, „Sneak Preview‟ of new materials in 74: 7-11 8
-, solicitation of suggestions by 73: 7-12 6; 8-30 10
-, special collections in 73: 4-19 4
-, sponsorship of “Name the System” contest by 90: 4-26 1
-, startup of automated circulation system in 92: 1-30 13
-, student assistants employed by 73: 2-15 7
-, student fee to support 95: 1-19 1; 2-9 1; 2-23 1, 2
-, study of space needs of 78: 10-26 1
-, suggestion box in 74: 9-19 5
-, theft of equipment from 83: 10-6 1
-, theft of materials from 82: 12-9 7
-, theft of periodicals from 82: 12-2 1
-, tree as obstacle in 90: 4-26 2
-, tutors available in 89: 9-14 17
-, usage of 84: 11-15 9
-, use of student fees by
          95: 1-26 1, 4; 4-13 1; 8-31 1, 13
          96: 4-25 8
-, waiver of fines by in return for food donation 96: 4-11 2
-, wheelchair use in 96: 3-14 4
Calvin T Ryan Memorial Scholarship
          74: 10-24 3
          75: 10-30 4
          76: 10-21 1
          77: 1-13 1; 10-27 4; 12-8 11
          78: 11-9 1; 12-14 1
          79: 10-11 1
          80: 10-9 1
          82: 10-14 1
          84: 10-4 3
          85: 10-23 1
          90: 1-18 10
Camacho, Rodrigo 90: 12-13 6 (P)
Cambell, Connie [sic] 73: 3-8 3
-, Jack [sic] 71: 4-1 6
-, [sic] Tricia 79: 4-5 7
„Camelot‟ (film) 73: 1-11 7
„Camelot‟ (play) 81: 10-22 1; 10-29 1; 11-12 1; 12-3 3, 6; 12-10 1
Camelot Bleu 83: 4-28 6
Camelot Day 2002: 11-21 2
Cameron, Chris 83: 9-29 10
Cameron, Diana (Diane) 76: 1-15 1; 10-21 1
-, Dick
          73: 4-12 9; 9-13 7; 9-20 7; 10-4 6; 10-18 6; 10-25 5; 11-1 8; 11-15 5; 11-29 7
          74: 1-24 4; 2-14 7; 9-5 6; 9-12 6; 9-26 8; 11-21 5
          75: 8-29 13; 9-5 11; 9-11 7; 9-18 9; 9-25 10; 10-17 7, 8; 10-23 7; 11-6 9; 11-13 9;
                    11-20 4
          76: 9-9 11; 9-16 9; 9-29 10; 10-14 8; 10-21 7; 11-4 11; 11-11 7; 11-18 6; 12-2 7
          77: 2-3 8; 9-1 9
-, Josh 94: 2-3 2 (P)
-, Ken 82: 4-29 9
Camp, Bradley D
          85: 3-21 2
          86: 5-1 3 LTE; 9-5 3 LTE
-, Kamie 92: 10-8 10
-, Jenney 98: 4-16 4
-, Margaret (Peg)
          71: 9-9 1
          73: 2-15 6
          78: 2-9 7
          79: 10-11 5
          80: 4-3 6; 7-24 3 (P)
          81: 2-19 3; 11-12 6
          85: 7-9 6
          92: 9-17 15; 10-22 11
          93: 11-11 10
-, Tammie 94: 11-10 9 (P)
Camp Atlanta Remembered (program) 93: 11-11 14; 11-18 14
Camp Augustine 77: 2-24 5
Camp Challenge ‟92 92: 2-27 10; 3-12 10; 3-19 10
Camp Cobossee 78: 1-19 1
Camp Comeca
          79: 9-13 7
          80: 8-28 4
          82: 2-18 4
          98: 10-8 5
Camp Comeka 83: 2-10 5
Camp Seachelt 92: 9-17 11
Camp Somerset 78: 1-19 1
Campbell, Alan (Al)
          71: 5-13 6; 5-20 6; 9-30 3
          72: 1-20 4; 3-9 6; 4-27 6
-, Anne
          76: 5-6 4; 7-15 8
          78: 4-27 1
-, Betsy 83: 4-28 1
-, Bill 80: 2-28 Encounter 7
-, Bobbie 86: 12-4 3 LTE
-, Bonnie 72: 11-30 8
-, Colin
          76: 10-14 8
          77: 11-10 3
-, Colis 92: 10-8 1
-, Colvin 75: 11-6 8
-, Connie 72: 10-12 4
-, Corey
          95: 3-2 7; 3-16 8; 4-27 7; 11-2 8 (P)
          96: 4-18 7; 10-24 8
-, Craig 83: 1-20 4 (P)
-, Don 71: 2-18 5
-, Harold
          72: 2-24 4
          73: 2-1 10
           74: 3-7 1; 3-21 1
-, Harry
          73: 11-7 5
          74: 9-26 6; 10-24 1
-, Jack L
          72: 5-4 3; 6-22 1; 7-27 3; 8-31 7; 9-14 8
          73: 2-15 4, 6; 3-1 5; 4-12 6; 5-3 4; 9-20 3
          74: 3-7 1; 4-11 6; 8-29 5; 11-6 5
          76: 12-9 7
          77: 3-3 6; 10-27 3
          80: 1-31 3
          81: 10-29 3
          83: 12-8 7
          84: 7-12 7
          87: 5-7 10
          90: 3-1 1; 3-29 1, 2; 4-26 11
-, Jackie 73: 8-30 8
-, James (Jim)
          79: 9-6 10; 9-13 13; 9-20 10; 10-4 4, 9; 10-11 10; 10-28 6; 11-1 10; 11-8 11; 11-15 10;
                   11-29 7; 12-6 8, 13; 12-13 10
          80: 1-10 7; 1-24 3, 8; 1-31 7; 2-7 10; 2-21 6; 2-28 11; 3-6 7; 3-13 8; 4-24 10; 5-1 11; 9-4
                   9; 9-11 10; 9-18 12; 9-25 11; 10-2 10; 10-9 10; 10-16 8; 11-6 8; 11-13 8; 11-20 6,
                   8; 12-11 10
          81: 1-15 8; 1-22 11; 1-29 8; 2-5 10; 2-12 8; 2-19 7; 2-26 6; 3-5 7, 10 (P); 3-19 9; 3-26 1,
                   8; 4-2 8; 4-9 9; 4-23 1, 8, 10; 4-30 1; 5-7 10 (P); 9-3 2, 9 (P), 11; 9-10 2, 9, 10, 11
                   (P); 9-17 2; 9-24 2, 6, 8 (P); 10-1 2, 9 (P); 10-8 2, 10, 11, 13; 10-22 2, 9; 10-29 2;
                   11-5 2, 7; 11-12 2, 8, 10; 11-19 1, 2; 12-3 2, 9 (P), 10; 12-10 2, 9, 12 (P)
          82: 2-25 1; 3-18 1; 6-17 3
-, Jeremy
          97: 1-30 2; 2-6 2; 2-13 2; 2-20 2; 2-27 2; 3-6 2; 3-13 2; 3-20 2; 4-3 2; 4-10 2; 4-17 2; 4-24
                   2; 5-1 2; 9-4 2; 9-11 2; 9-18 2; 9-25 2; 10-2 2; 10-9 2; 10-16 1, 2; 10-23 2; 10-30
                   2; 11-6 2; 11-20 2; 12-4 2; 12-11 2
-, June
          74: 9-26 4
          75: 4-17 5 (P)
-, Kellie 98: 1-15 7
-, Ken 83: 4-28 Accent 2
-, Kendrick 95: 11-2 9
-, Lorie
          89: 9-14 3 (P)
          90: 9-13 3 LTE; 10-4 3 LTE; 10-11 6; 12-6 1
-, M Anne 81: 3-5 4
-, Margaret 86: 9-18 2
-, Matthew (Matt)
          98: 4-9 3 LTE; 4-16 2 (P)
          2001: 4-12 8
-, R J 2001: 1-18 3; 1-25 1, 3; 2-1 1, 3; 2-8 3; 2-15 1, 3; 2-22 1, 3; 3-1 1, 3; 3-8 3; 3-29 3, 8; 4-5
          3, 7; 4-12 3, 7; 4-19 3; 4-26 1, 3 (P)
-, Robb 2001: 1-18 5; 4-12 1
-, Robert 73: 8-30 3; 9-6 7
-, Sheree
          72: 5-4 4
          73: 3-1 5; 4-12 1; 5-3 5 (P)
          74: 9-5 4
-, William 71: 4-20 3
Campe, Amanda 2000: 4-20 8 (P)
Camper Van Beethoven (recording artist) 89: 9-28 3
Camperos, Esther (Ester)
          79: 2-8 7 (P); 9-6 7 (P)
          81: 2-12 5
-, Lena Marie (Maria) 81: 2-12 5
camping
          79: 4-26 4
          2001: 9-20 10
Camping            and Outdoor Education (course) 81: 2-19 1
Camplin, Craig 74: 4-4 8
Campton, Marcy 90: 11-8 6
-, William (Bill)
          88: 9-8 15
          89: 12-14 4
          90: 2-22 4
campus, beautification of
          73: 11-15 1
          85: 4-18 14; 6-25 8; 7-2 1
          86: 7-10 2
          95: 8-24 6
-, development of 89: 1-12 5
-, expansion of 81: 9-17 3
-, history of 88: 1-28 4; 2-4 7; 2-11 12
-, plan for 85: 7-2 1
Campus 4-H Club
          71: 6-24 4; 9-3 10; 9-23 1; 10-14 3; 10-21 4
          72: 8-31 7; 9-7 3
          73: 5-10 3; 8-30 8; 10-18 8; 12-6
          74: 8-29 5
          75: 4-10 3; 8-29 10
          76: 2-12 10; 3-4 4; 4-29 4
          77: 9-22 5
          78: 10-5 8
          79: 11-8 3, 9; 11-29 3
          83: 4-6 6
          84: 10-18 2
          85: 2-12 2
          94: 4-7 10
Campus Activities and Programs 85: 1-29 11
Campus Activities Council
          73: 7-12 1; 8-30 2, 3, 8; 9-13 3, 4, 5; 9-20 1; 9-27 1, 9; 10-4 5; 10-11 3, 8; 10-18 1, 8; 10-
                   25 3; 11-1 1, 4; 11-7 1, 4; 11-15 4; 12-6 5; 12-13 5
          74: 1-17 5; 1-24 3, 6; 2-7 1, 3; 2-14 1, 8; 2-21 1, 3, 4; 2-28 3; 3-7 5, 8; 3-21 3; 3-28 6; 4-4
                   1, 8; 4-11 3, 6; 4-18 1, 3; 4-25 4, 5; 5-2 1, 7; 8-29 5; 9-5 1; 9-12 1; 9-19 4, 6; 9-26
                   1; 10-3 1; 10-10 4, 5; 10-17 1, 9; 10-24 4; 11-6 2, 7; 11-14 4; 11-21 1; 12-5 1; 12-
                   12 3, 8; 12-19 1
          75: 1-16 1; 1-23 1; 1-30 1, 2, 4; 2-6 1; 2-13 1, 5; 2-20 1; 3-6 1, 3, 8; 3-13 1; 4-4 1, 3, 5, 8;
                   4-17 1, 4; 4-24 5; 5-8 1; 8-29 3, 10; 9-5 1, 7; 9-11 5; 9-18 3, 6, 7; 9-25 5; 10-9 6,
                   7; 10-17 1, 3, 6; 10-30 3, 4; 11-6 4; 11-13 3, 6; 11-20 3, 5; 12-4 3; 12-11 1, 8
          76: 1-15 3, 8; 1-22 3; 1-29 3; 2-12 10; 2-19 3, 5; 2-26 3, 6, 8; 3-4 4, 5; 3-18 4; 3-25 1, 3;
                   4-1 7; 4-8 3, 4; 4-15 3, 6; 4-23 1, 3, 4; 4-29 3, 4, 5; 5-6 3; 9-16 1; 9-23 3; 10-14 1;
                   10-21 1, 3; 11-4 1, 3, 6, 8, 9; 11-18 4; 12-2 1, 8; 12-9 1, 3, 6
          77: 1-13 3, 4, 5; 1-20 4, 6; 1-27 5; 2-3 1, 3, 8; 2-10 1, 3, 5; 2-17 1, 3; 2-24 1, 3; 3-17 3; 3
                   24 3; 3-31 5; 4-14 1, 3; 4-21 1, 3, 5; 4-28 3, 10; 5-5 3; 6-16 3; 9-1 3; 9-8 1, 3; 9-
                   15 1; 9-22 1, 3; 10-6 1, 3, 4, 10; 10-20 3; 10-27 1, 3, 5; 11-3 3, 5; 11-10 3, 6; 11-
                   17 3; 12-8 3, 7
          78: 1-12 1; 1-19 3, 4; 1-26 3, 6, 10; 2-2 1, 3, 4, 7; 2-9 1; 2-16 1; 2-23 1, 3; 3-8 1, 7; 3-16
                   4, 7, 10; 3-30 1, 3; 4-6 3; 4-13 1, 3; 4-20 1, 3; 4-27 1, 3; 5-4 1, 3; 6-15 1; 6-29 4;
                   7-13 1; 7-27 8; 8-31 1, 6; 9-7 3; 9-14 6; 9-21 1, 3, 4, 6; 9-28 1; 9-28 Encounter 1;
                   10-5 3, 4; 10-12 1, 7; 10-26 4, 9; 11-2 1, 8; 11-9 3, 6; 11-16 1; 12-7 1, 4; 12-14 3
          79: 1-11 1; 1-18 3; 1-26 1, 3; 2-1 1, 4; 2-8 3, 4; 2-15 1; 2-22 3, 6, 7; 3-15 3; 3-22 1, 9; 3-
                   29 1, 9; 4-5 1, 3, 8; 4-12 1; 4-26 1; 5-3 1; 7-12 6; 7-26 7; 8-30 1; 9-6 1, 8; 9-13 1,
                   7; 9-20 1, 3; 9-20 Encounter 2; 9-27 1; 10-4 1; 10-28 1; 11-1 1, 6; 11-8 1; 11-15
                   1, 3; 11-29 1, 5; 12-6 1; 12-13 1
          80: 1-10 1; 1-17 3; 1-24 3; 2-14 1, 4; 2-21 1; 2-28 3; 3-6 1; 3-13 6; 3-27 1, 6; 4-3 1; 4-24
                   1, 3; 5-1 1; 8-28 1, 7; 9-4 1; 9-11 1, 4, 5; 9-18 1, 4, 5; 9-25 1, 8; 10-2 1, 6; 10-9 1;
                   10-16 1; 10-23 1; 11-6 1; 11-13 1; 11-20 1; 12-4 1, 3; 12-11 1
          81: 1-15 1; 1-29 1; 2-5 1; 2-12 1; 2-19 1; 3-19 1; 3-26 1; 4-2 1; 4-9 1; 4-30 1; 5-7 1; 7-16
                   10; 7-23 1, 4; 9-3 1, 10, 12; 9-10 1, 4; 9-17 1, 3; 10-8 1; 10-22 1, 3; 10-29 3; 10-
                   29 Accent 3; 11-5 1; 11-12 1; 11-19 1; 12-3 3, 7; 12-10 3, 7
          82: 1-21 5; 1-28 1; 2-4 1; 2-11 1; 2-18 1; 2-25 1, 3; 3-4 4; 3-18 1; 4-1 1, 3; 4-22 1, 6; 4-29
                   1, 3; 7-22 1; 9-2 1; 9-9 1, 4, 5; 9-16 1, 5, 6; 9-23 1, 7; 9-30 9; 10-7 1, 7; 11-18 5;
                   12-2 1
          83: 1-27 5; 2-3 4; 2-10 3; 2-17 1; 2-24 8; 3-3 4, 7; 3-17 6; 4-14 1, 6; 4-28 1; 5-5 1; 7-21 7;
                   9-1 1; 9-8 1; 9-15 1; 9-22 1; 9-29 1; 12-2 1, 5; 12-8 1
          84: 1-26 1; 2-2 1; 2-9 5
-, establishment of 73: 6-28 6; 7-5 1; 8-30 1, 6; 9-13 1
-, history of 78: 11-9 6
-, sponsorship of Bridal Fair by 74: 2-21 4
Campus Activities Council Evaluation Committee 75: 3-6 8
Campus Activities Council Lectures Committee 77: 9-15 6
Campus Activities Mart see Activities Mart
Campus Bookstore (business)
          85: 6-25 6; 9-5 4
          87: 2-5 4; 10-29 1
          88: 4-28 2; 9-15 8
          89: 5-4 4
campus buildings see buildings on campus
Campus Care program
          2000: 2-17 1
          2001: 9-20 8
          2002: 3-7 8
Campus Classics 84: 12-11 13
Campus Clean-Up Day 87: 10-29 1, 2; 11-12 6
Campus Connection for Mature Students 81: 3-19 1
Campus Crusade for Christ
          72: 1-27 4; 9-21 7; 9-28 1; 10-19 10
          73: 1-25 8; 3-8 8; 4-5 5; 4-26 4; 10-18 8; 11-1 4; 11-7 4; 12-6 5
          74: 1-17 5; 1-24 3; 1-31 4; 2-7 3; 2-21 4; 2-28 3; 3-7 8; 3-21 3; 3-28 6; 4-4 8; 4-11 3; 4-18
                   3; 4-25 5; 5-2 7; 5-9 4
          75: 3-20 1; 8-29 10; 10-2 3; 10-9 6; 10-17 6; 10-23 5; 10-30 5; 11-6 4; 11-13 6; 11-20 3;
                   12-4 7; 12-11 7
          76: 2-5 5; 2-12 10; 2-19 5; 3-4 4; 3-18 4; 3-25 3; 4-8 4; 4-29 4; 10-21 3; 11-4 3; 11-11 3;
                   11-18 4; 12-2 3; 12-9 6
          77: 1-20 4; 1-27 5; 2-10 3; 2-17 3; 2-24 3; 3-3 3; 3-24 3; 5-5 8; 10-20 3; 10-27 3; 11-3 3;
                   11-10 3; 11-17 3
          78: 1-19 3, 51-26 3; 2-2 3; 2-23 3; 3-8 3; 3-16 7; 4-6 3; 4-13 3; 4-20 3; 4-27 3; 5-4 3; 9-14
                   3; 9-21 3; 9-28 3; 10-5 3; 11-9 3; 12-7 4
          79: 1-18 3; 2-1 3; 2-8 3; 2-22 3; 3-1 3; 3-15 3; 3-29 9; 4-5 3; 5-3 4; 9-27 14; 10-11 3; 11-8
                   3; 11-15 3
          80: 1-10 3; 1-17 3; 1-24 3; 9-25 3
          81: 1-15 3; 1-22 3, 9; 1-29 1; 2-5 3; 3-19 3; 9-17 3; 9-24 3; 10-1 3; 10-8 3; 10-22 1, 3; 10-
                   29 3; 11-5 3; 11-12 3; 11-19 3; 12-3 3; 12-10 3
          82: 2-18 3; 2-25 3; 3-4 3; 4-1 3; 4-15 3; 4-29 3; 9-16 1; 11-18 5; 12-9 8
          83: 1-20 6; 1-27 5; 2-3 1, 7; 2-10 9; 2-17 6; 2-24 8; 3-3 6; 4-6 6; 4-14 6; 4-28 6; 5-5 7; 10-
                   6 1; 10-13 1; 10-20 1
          84: 10-23 2
          86: 1-23 2; 10-2 2; 10-9 1, 2
          88: 1-28 2; 2-11 6
          89: 4-6 9
          90: 4-12 10; 9-20 1; 11-15 1
          91: 1-24 4; 8-29 1; 10-17 1; 12-5 16; 12-13 14
          92: 4-16 1; 11-5 2; 11-12 1; 11-18 1
          95: 4-13 9
          96: 2-8 6
          97: 1-23 2; 2-20 5; 9-18 10; 9-25 7
          98: 8-27 2
          2001: 9-13 9
          2002: 2-14; 3-7 2; 9-26 1
-, participation in Bike Bowl by
          93: 4-29 9
          95: 4-13 2
-, sponsorship of homecoming royalty candidate by 91: 10-3 1
Campus Crime Stoppers 85: 12-5 10
Campus Crusaders 80: 10-9 3
Campus Democrats
          92: 1-30 14; 2-6 14; 2-20 1; 3-12 12; 4-16 10; 4-30 14; 10-1 14; 10-8 13; 10-15 14; 10-22
                   14; 10-29 14; 11-5 12; 11-12 14; 11-18 12; 12-10 15
          93: 9-16 14; 10-14 14; 11-11 14; 11-18 14; 12-9 15
          94: 1-20 2; 3-10 12; 3-31 14
          95: 3-16 1; 9-14 10; 9-21 12; 9-28 12; 10-5 16
          96: 1-25 9; 2-2 9; 2-8 15; 2-15 11; 9-12 13; 12-12 15
          97: 1-23 9; 1-30 9; 2-6 13; 2-20 9; 2-27 9; 3-6 9; 3-13 11; 3-20 9; 4-3 9; 4-10 9; 4-17 15;
                   4-24 13; 5-1 19; 9-4 13; 9-11 9; 9-18 11; 12-4 6
Campus Development Club
          71: 1-7 8; 11-11 2; 12-2 3
          72: 2-3 4; 2-17 1; 3-23 5; 8-31 7; 9-21 1; 10-12 1; 10-19 3
-, formation of 71: 10-28 1
Campus Diplomats 94: 11-3 9
Campus Facilities Master Plan 94: 4-14 1
Campus Fee Committee 98: 3-12 1
Campus House, Inc
          73: 1-25:3; 2-1 10
          74: 1-31 3
          77: 9-15 3
          78: 1-26 1; 2-2 3; 2-9 1; 9-28 1
          2002: 12-5 1, 8
campus identifier (symbol) 94: 2-10 1, 6
Campus Improvement Fund
          81: 12-10 1
          83: 3-3 1
          86: 1-30 1; 3-7 1
Campus Information Switchboard 83: 5-5 4
Campus Life Youth for Christ 82: 4-15 1
Campus Light House Ministries 90: 11-15 4
Campus Lighthouse Ministries
          89: 11-30 1; 12-7 1
      90: 2-15 8; 4-12 10
Campus Lions Club see Lions Club
Campus Lutheran see Campus Lutheran Chapel and Center
Campus Lutheran Chapel and Center
      71: 5-13 3; 5-20 3; 9-9 5; 9-16 1; 9-23 5; 10-14 4; 11-18 5
      72: 2-24 4; 3-23 5; 5-4 4; 7-20 1; 8-31 5; 9-14 4; 10-19 3; 10-26 4; 11-9 12; 11-16 4
      73: 1-18 8; 1-25 8; 2-22 5; 3-1 1; 3-8 3; 5-10 4; 8-30 7; 9-27 6; 10-11 3; 11-1 6; 11-7 4;
               12-6 5; 12-13 5
      74: 1-24 3; 2-7 3; 2-14 8; 3-28 3; 5-9 8; 9-12 5; 9-26 7; 10-10 5
      75: 2-13 3; 3-13 1; 5-8 1; 11-6 3, 5
      76: 3-18 5; 4-1 4; 4-23 4; 9-16 1; 10-21 1
      77: 2-3 4; 2-10 4; 2-17 1; 3-24 4; 3-31 7; 4-7 3; 4-21 6; 6-16 5; 6-23 6; 7-21 4; 7-28 5; 9-8
               6; 9-22 5; 9-29 5, 8; 10-20 1, 9; 11-3 6; 11-10 1
      78: 2-9 7; 2-16 1; 2-23 3; 3-8 3; 3-16 7; 3-30 1; 4-6 3; 5-4 1; 6-15 1; 9-7 6; 10-5 5; 11-30
               5; 12-7 3; 12-14 1
      79: 1-11 1; 1-18 1; 2-8 12; 2-22 4, 9; 3-1 1, 3, 9; 6-21 1; 9-6 5; 10-11 6; 11-15 8
      80: 1-24 1, 3; 1-31 1, 5; 1-31 Encounter 11; 2-28 1, 5; 3-22 1; 3-27 Encounter 6; 5-1 1, 4;
               6-26 1; 9-4 1; 9-11 9; 9-18 3; 10-2 1; 10-9 1; 11-6 3
      81: 1-29 6; 2-5 1; 4-9 7; 9-17 1, 3, 7; 10-8 3, 6; 11-5 6; 11-12 7; 12-10 1
      82: 7-15 1; 9-30 4; 11-18 1; 12-9 1
      83: 2-3 2; 2-17 4; 3-31 4; 9-22 1
      84: 2-23 6; 3-1 5; 3-23 4; 6-14 5; 9-6 13
      85: 4-2 7; 4-23 2; 7-23 4
      86: 12-4 4
      87: 2-5 10; 2-26 6, 10; 3-26 2; 4-9 2; 9-10 10
      88: 4-28 1; 9-22 10; 10-12 14; 11-10 2
      89: 9-7 10
      90: 2-8 12; 3-29 11; 4-5 6; 4-12 6; 10-11 11
      91: 4-4 1; 8-29 1
      92: 10-22 1; 12-10 15
      93: 1-21 13; 1-28 14; 2-4 10; 2-11 6, 12; 2-18 12; 2-25 10; 3-4 10; 3-11 10; 3-18 12; 4-1
               10; 4-8 10; 4-15 9, 12; 4-22 13; 4-29 15; 8-26 11; 9-2 12; 9-16 14; 9-23 16; 9-30
               12; 10-7 16; 10-14 14; 10-21 12; 10-28 16; 11-4 12; 11-11 14; 11-18 14; 12-2 14;
               12-9 15
      94: 1-20 12; 1-27 12; 2-3 11; 2-10 10; 2-17 10; 2-24 8; 3-3 10; 3-10 12; 3-17 12; 3-31 14;
               4-7 1, 12; 4-14 12; 4-21 12; 4-28 13; 8-25 12; 9-1 12; 9-15 14; 9-22 12; 9-29 12;
               10-6 12; 10-13 14; 10-20 14; 10-27 12; 11-3 10; 11-10 12; 11-17 10; 12-1 10; 12-
               8 14
      95: 1-19 12; 1-26 12; 2-2 12; 2-9 12; 2-16 8; 2-23 8; 3-2 8; 3-9 10; 3-16 13; 3-30 10; 8-24
               14; 9-21 6
      97: 12-4 4
      98: 10-8 6; 10-29 2; 11-5 7
      2000: 8-31 1
      2001: 1-18 1; 4-19 1; 11-1 8
      2002: 9-26 2
Campus Lutheran Center see Campus Lutheran Chapel and Center
Campus Lutheran Chapel see Campus Lutheran Chapel and Center
Campus Lutheran Church see Campus Lutheran Chapel and Center
Campus Lutheran ELCA see Campus Lutheran Chapel and Center
Campus Lutheran Ministries see Campus Lutheran Chapel and Center
Campus Lutheran Ministry see Campus Lutheran Chapel and Center
Campus Mail Room 73: 5-10 8
Campus Ministries
      72: 9-14 4; 9-28 10
      73: 4-26 3
      74: 6-27 3; 9-12 5; 10-17 9
          76: 9-16 1; 9-29 7
          77: 2-10 9; 2-24 3
          80: 8-28 1; 10-23 1
          81: 10-22 1; 11-5 1
          82: 7-15 1
          84: 6-14 5
          86: 2-13 4
          87: 9-10 10
                  see also United Campus Ministries
Campus Ministries Lecture Series 88: 10-12 2
Campus Ministry see Campus Ministries
campus organizations, constitutions of 78: 11-16 6
„Campus Politics‟ (TV show) 94: 2-10 4; 2-17 1
Campus Post Office 72: 7-20 4
Campus Printing Services 92: 9-24 12
Campus Pro-Life
          82: 3-25 3; 4-15 3; 4-29 3; 9-9 1; 9-16 1; 9-23 1; 9-30 5; 10-14 8; 11-11 1; 11-18 5; 12-9
                  1, 8
          83: 4-21 1; 4-28 1, 6
„Campus Pulse‟ (radio show) 89: 11-2 6
Campus Republicans 2001: 2-22 2; 3-1 2; 3-8 2
Campus Resources Through Education, Action and Training (CREATE) 83: 2-17 4; 6-23 7
campus safety 2002: 11-7 8
Campus Security
          72: 9-28 10; 11-9 9
          73: 7-12 3; 8-30 4; 9-13 1, 5; 9-20 3; 10-4 3; 10-25 1; 11-1 1
          74: 9-19 1; 11-6 1
          75: 2-6 4
          76: 1-15 4; 1-22 6; 5-6 4; 7-15 8; 9-2 4; 9-29 6; 11-18 3, 4; 12-2 3
          77: 3-24 1; 4-7 3; 9-1 8; 11-17 1
          78: 4-27 7; 6-15 1, 3; 8-31 3; 10-5 1; 10-26 3, 6; 11-2 1; 11-9 5; 11-30 1
          79: 1-11 1; 2-1 12; 2-8 1; 4-5 1; 4-26 1; 6-28 1; 8-30 5, 6; 9-6 1; 9-27 6; 10-11 7; 11-8 1
          80: 2-21 1; 3-13 6; 4-24 4; 8-28 3, 7; 9-4 1; 9-18 5; 10-2 1; 10-9 6; 10-16 4; 11-13 5; 11-
                  20 1
          81: 1-15 1; 1-22 8; 9-3 6, 8
          82: 2-4 1; 3-25 5; 4-29 8; 9-9 7; 12-9 3
          83: 9-15 8
          84: 8-30 28; 9-6 5; 9-13 1; 12-4 4
          85: 12-5 10
          86: 3-13 4
          87: 1-29 11
          88: 2-25 1; 3-24 6, 7; 6-30 1; 7-21 2; 10-27 11
          89: 8-31 14; 9-28 1, 2
          90: 1-18 2; 9-20 11; 9-27 1; 11-20 1; 12-6 4
          91: 2-7 1; 2-14 1; 3-7 10; 3-28 5, 6; 4-4 1; 7-3 2; 8-29 12; 9-12 1; 9-19 1; 10-31 11; 12-5 1
          92: 1-23 1; 2-6 1; 2-13 1; 3-5 1; 3-19 2, 6; 4-9 9; 8-27 10, 17; 9-3 1; 9-24 1, 4; 10-1 1; 10-
                  8 1; 10-15 6; 10-29 11; 11-5 4, 10
          93: 3-11 1; 3-18 3; 4-29 5; 10-7 6, 14; 11-4 1, 9; 11-11 1, 11; 11-18 2; 12-2 2
          94: 11-10 6; 11-17 1
-, arrest powers of 86: 3-13 4
-, first policewoman of 74: 10-3 1
-, name change from 95: 8-24 9
-, policy on release of information by 92: 10-8 1
-, unarmed status of
          77: 1-27 5
          81: 11-19 4
         85: 9-19 1; 10-10 1, 4; 11-7 1
         89: 8-31 4
         91: 4-11 2
-, understaffing of 88: 11-3 2
-, uniforms of 78: 9-14 3
Campus United Ministries 75: 2-20 4
Campus Valentino‟s (business), participation in Bike Bowl by
         87: 4-2 1; 4-30 1, 7
         89: 5-4 1
Campus Wide Drug and Alcohol Campus organization 80: 10-23 1
Campus Wide Drug and Alcohol Education Service 80: 9-11 8; 9-18 10
Campus Wide Drug and Alcohol Program 80: 12-11 4
Campus Wide Drug and Alcohol Service 81: 1-29 6
Campus Wide Information Systems (CWIS) 94: 9-15 1
„can lady‟ 91: 11-21 5
„Can the United States and the Soviet Union Trust Each Other?‟ (lecture) 88: 10-12 2
„Can You Meet Life‟s Demands‟ (discussion) 89: 11-9 6; 11-16 6
Canada, gift of books to Library by 74: 2-14 1
Canada Day 74: 1-31 1, 3; 2-7 3; 2-14 1
Canady, Hortense 91: 10-3 1
canal, bridge across 75: 7-10 7; 8-29 1
Cananee, Spob 80: 3-13 5
Can-Can (recycling program) 78: 9-14 12
cancer
         84: 7-19 1
         97: 1-30 4
cancer research 2002:; 2-7 1
Cancer Society 79: 9-6 1
Candea, Canda (Candy)
         72: 9-28 4
         73: 5-3 4
candelabra, donation to Campus Lutheran of 71: 5-13 3
candidates, debate by 92: 10-1 6
Candidate‟s Information Day 72: 4-27 5
„Candle Making‟ (minicourse)
         72: 1-20 4; 2-3 4; 2-17 4
         74: 1-31 3, 4
candlemaking as a hobby 95: 10-26 9
„Candles and Song‟ (service)
         82: 12-9 1
         86: 12-4 4; 12-11 2
Candles and Songs 81: 12-10 1
Candy, Thomas (Tom)
         84: 9-25 3
         88: 11-17 6 (P)
„Candy‟ (film) 73: 6-21 2
 „Candy Man‟ see „The Candy Man‟
Canfield, Francine
         84: 4-5 6
         85: 4-23 1
-, Nathan 97: 2-20 6
-, Rona 81: 1-22 4 (P)
Caniglia, Camille 95: 1-26 11 (P)
Cannaday, Cheryl
         76: 1-15 1
         77: 9-22 1
         79: 2-15 8
Cannady, Cheryl 91: 2-14 1
Cannargo, Richard 78: 1-12 1
canned food sculpture 90: 1-25 6
Cannia, Joe 77: 9-22 13 (P)
-, Sue
         78: 10-12 11
         80: 2-7 5
Cannon, Ann
         77: 11-17 8
         78: 1-12 9, 10; 1-19 6; 2-2 9; 2-16 6; 2-23 7; 3-8 9; 9-21 9; 11-30 9 (P); 12-7 13, 15 (P);
                 12-14 9
         79: 1-11 9, 10; 1-18 9 (P); 1-26 8; 2-1 15; 2-8 10; 2-15 9; 2-22 10; 4-5 10 (P); 9-13 15;
                 10-28 6; 11-29 Encounter 4 (P); 12-6 13
         80: 1-10 7; 1-17 8; 1-24 8; 2-21 8; 2-28 11
-, John 99: 9-9 7; 9-23 7
-, Kevin P
         78: 11-2 2 LTE; 11-9 1; 11-16 1; 12-14 3
         79: 3-1 5 (P); 3-15 1
-, Paul 75: 9-25 1
-, Terry
         82: 2-11 5
         84: 11-1 2
cannon at football games, beginning of tradition of 75: 10-30 5
Canoe Nebraska 79: 4-12 1
canoe race 73: 6-28 7; 9-6 7; 9-13 4
canoe trip 79: 4-12 1
canoeing 77: 5-5 8
Cans Festival 91: 2-7 13, 14
Can‟telope 2000: 3-30 6
Canterbury House
         86: 2-13 8
         88: 2-11 13
„Canterbury Tales‟ (play)
         71: 12-2 4
         72: 1-13 3; 1-20 4; 2-3 1, 4; 2-10 1, 4
Cantilupo, Jerry 2000: 10-12 8
Cantoni, Erin
         99: 4-22 7
         2001: 2-15 1, 7 (P)
Cantrell, Beth 86: 9-18 1
-, Dion 97: 12-4 3 LTE
Cantrell, Judy
         83: 9-15 7; 9-22 7; 9-29 4; 10-6 5; 10-13 9; 10-20 1; 11-10 4, 8; 12-2 1; 12-8 1
         84: 2-2 6; 2-9 1; 2-23 3; 3-29 1, 7; 4-12 7; 4-26 7; 5-3 7
cap and gown, rental of 92: 9-24 13
capital punishment
         76: 3-18 1
         91: 7-18 3
         92: 12-10 3
         2001: 4-5 3
Capocci, Teri (see also Capoccia) 71: 9-23 4; 10-7 4
Capoccia, Teri (see also Capocci)
         72: 2-3 4
         73: 4-3 2; 4-5 3 (P)
Cappelletti, Jack 83: 2-3 5 (P)
-, John 83: 2-17 6
Cappellano, Louie 78: 4-20 1
Capps, Doris 76: 4-15 1
Capron, Ken
         76: 9-2 8
         77: 9-1 8
„Captain Kangaroo‟ (TV show) 76: 7-15 4
„Captain Noah‟s Cattle Company‟ (play) 79: 3-22 1
Captain‟s Table Restaurant (business)
         83: 9-29 3
         86: 2-13 5
         2001: 4-26 9
Caputo, Tony
         76: 12-9 9
         77: 9-8 13
         78: 8-31 15; 10-5 15; 11-2 11; 11-9 10 (P); 11-16 11
         79: 4-5 10 (P); 8-30 14; 9-27 12; 12-13 9
         81: 9-3 11; 9-10 10; 12-10 9
Car, Colleen 96: 10-10 10
car break-ins
         93: 3-11 1
         96: 11-21 1
         2000: 3-2 7
car buying 98: 4-9 4
car pools
         79: 9-13 6
         80: 9-18 5
„Car Talk‟ (radio show) 94: 9-22 2
Caramia, Tony 2002: 4-11 9 (P)
Caranza, Gili 96: 10-31 4
Caravatt, Megan 2001: 4-12 6 (see also Cravatt, Cravett)
Carbon, Carlos C 83: 2-10 4
carbon monoxide 98: 1-22 4
card tricks 95: 2-2 10
Carda, Kekey 2002: 11-7 1
Carden, Kerry 74: 10-17 3
Cardenas, Gerardo (Gerry)
         96: 9-26 8; 10-3 6; 10-17 5; 10-31 4; 11-14 8
         97: 1-30 7; 3-20 7; 9-11 6; 9-18 8; 10-2 5; 10-16 5; 10-23 7; 10-30 7; 11-13 5
         98: 2-5 6; 9-3 7; 9-24 7, 8; 10-29 8; 11-12 7
         99: 4-1 7
-, Joel 96: 11-21 11
-, Sunny 89: 6-22 6
Cardenas-Ramirez, Gerardo 97: 9-4 8
Carder, Carol
         75: 9-11 3
         76: 10-7 3
Cardiac Arrest (fundraiser) 85: 2-21 2
Cardiac Care Week 2002: 3-7 7
Cardiac Rehabilitation Program 83: 12-2 9
cardiopulmonary resuscitation see CPR
cardiovascular disease 97: 3-13 1; 4-17 13
Cardwell, Jeff
         94: 8-25 7; 11-17 8; 12-1 8; 12-8 7
         95: 1-19 9; 1-26 7, 8; 2-2 8 (P); 2-9 9; 2-16 7 (P); 2-23 7; 3-2 7; 3-9 7, 8; 3-16 8; 4-27 8;
                  8-24 9; 10-26 7; 11-16 7; 12-7 7
         96: 1-25 7; 2-15 8; 2-29 7, 8; 10-24 7; 10-31 4; 12-5 9
         97: 1-23 6; 1-30 7; 2-6 7; 2-13 6; 2-27 6; 3-6 7; 3-20 6; 10-23 8; 10-30 7; 12-4 5; 12-11 11
         98: 1-15 5; 1-29 5, 6; 2-5 5; 2-19 8; 2-26 6; 3-5 5; 3-19 5; 11-12 7; 11-19 7; 12-3 5; 12-10
                 10
         99: 1-21 6; 1-28 5, 6; 2-4 5; 3-4 6; 3-25 6; 4-1 8; 11-4 6
-, Lloyd 86: 7-31 4
C.A.R.E. 79: 9-20 Encounter 2; 10-4 4; 10-25 Encounter 8, 9, 11
„Career and Life Planning‟ (workshop)
         79: 2-1 1
         81: 1-15 5; 2-5 3
         84: 9-6 16; 11-8 2
         85: 3-28 2; 4-2 2; 4-11 2; 4-16 2; 4-18 2; 4-23 2; 4-25 2
Career Awareness (workshop) 77: 10-27 1, 3
Career Awareness Days 84: 9-27 2; 11-1 2; 11-6 2
Career Awareness Seminar 85: 1-15 3
Career Awareness Week
         83: 11-10 5
         84: 10-23 17; 11-6 13; 11-13 19
         93: 9-16 10
Career Closet 2000: 4-6 4
Career Connection
         89: 3-30 10
         92: 9-24 13
Career Connections
         87: 2-26 1
         89: 12-7 6; 12-14 6
         90: 1-18 6; 1-25 6
         95: 9-28 2; 10-5 2, 16
         98: 10-1 5; 10-8 11; 10-15 11
         99: 9-30 2; 10-7 2
         2001: 10-4 8
Career Day
         83: 11-17 Accent 4
         86: 4-3 2
Career Development see Career Services
 „Career Development‟ 2000: 2-17 2
„Career Development and Job Search‟ (workshop) 2002: 2-14 2; 10-31 2
Career Development Center see Career Services
Career Development Office see Career Services
Career Discovery Day 84: 9-27 2
Career Exploration Day 86: 2-27 2
career fair
         78: 10-26 8
         79: 9-27 5; 10-28 5
         81: 3-19 3
         82: 3-4 1; 3-18 1; 10-14 1
         83: 11-17 1
Career Fair and Life Planning 79: 11-15 3
Career Image Dress Review 88: 9-15 2
„Career Information and Research‟ (minicourse) 75: 3-13 4
Career Information Day
         87: 9-17 2
         89: 9-28 2
         92: 9-24 12
Career Information Fair
         81: 3-5 3
          84: 11-1 9
Career Interview Fair 80: 1-24 1; 2-14 5; 2-28 2
Career Life Planning Workshop
          80: 9-25 3; 10-9 3
          84: 2-16 1; 4-26 Accent 6
Career Night
          71: 10-7 1; 11-4 3
          72: 9-7 1
          73: 1-11 10; 9-20 4
Career Placement see Career Services
Career Placement Association of Nebraska (CPAN) 92: 9-24 12
Career Placement Center see Career Services
 „Career Planning‟ (seminar)
          76: 7-1 7
          87: 2-12 4
Career Planning and Placement see Career Services
Career Planning and Placement Center see Career Services
Career Planning and Placement Office see Career Services
-, interviews scheduled by companies at 86: 9-5 6
-, workshops of 88: 2-25 2
Career Planning and Placement Service see Career Services
Career Planning and Placement Services see Career Services
Career Planning Conference 72: 9-21 1
Career Planning Program 72: 1-20 1
 „Career Search Techniques‟ (workshop) 90: 2-22 6
Career Services
          79: 1-26 1; 2-1 1; 8-30 5; 10-4 1; 10-11 1; 10-28 1; 11-29 5
          80: 1-10 6; 2-21 1; 4-3 1, 3; 8-28 7; 9-18 6; 11-6 6
          81: 1-15 5; 3-26 1; 7-23 6; 9-3 6; 10-1 1
          82: 3-4 1; 4-15 Accent 4
          83: 1-27 5l 4-28 4; 10-6 8; 11-10 5; 11-17 1
          84: 2-23 3; 3-1 3; 3-23 5; 4-5 3; 4-26 3, Accent 4; 7-12 3; 9-6 16; 9-13 26; 9-27 7; 10-18
                  2; 10-23 17; 11-1 9; 11-6 2; 12-13 2
          85: 1-15 3; 1-29 2; 2-7 1; 2-19 11; 3-28 4; 4-2 2; 4-11 2; 4-16 2; 4-18 2; 4-23 2; 4-25 2; 4-
                  30 2; 6-25 7; 7-2 6; 7-9 2; 10-3 4; 10-23 2; 11-7 2; 12-5 1, 2l 12-12 2
          86: 3-7 4; 5-1 2; 7-24 5; 9-11 2; 10-30 2
          87: 7-23 2; 9-10 2, 10; 9-17 2; 9-24 2; 10-1 2, 6; 10-22 2; 10-29 2; 11-5 2, 4; 11-12 212-3
                  1; 12-10 11
          88: 1-14 2; 1-21 2; 1-28 2; 2-4 2; 2-11 2; 3-17 2; 3-24 2; 4-7 2; 4-14 2; 4-21 2; 6-30 6; 9-8
                  2, 12; 9-15 2; 9-22 2
          89: 1-19 2; 2-9 2; 2-16 9; 2-23 6; 3-2 4, 9; 3-16 1; 3-30 10; 4-6 13, 14; 4-13 6; 6-29 8; 7-
                  27 2; 8-31 6; 11-16 6
          90: 1-25 6; 2-1 6, 11; 2-8 6; 3-1 4, 6; 3-8 6; 4-19 6; 6-14 2; 7-26 8; 9-13 5; 9-20 4; 9-27
                  14; 10-4 12; 10-11 17; 10-25 12, 14; 11-8 12; 11-20 1
          91: 1-17 10; 1-24 6, 10; 1-31 12; 2-7 14; 2-14 10; 2-21 11, 12; 3-7 10; 3-14 10; 3-28 10;
                  4-4 14; 4-11 11, 12; 4-18 4; 5-2 2; 10-17 10; 10-31 12; 11-7 6; 12-13 11
          92: 1-23 12; 1-30 11; 2-6 14; 2-13 11; 2-20 10; 2-27 5, 10; 3-12 4; 3-19 1, 10; 4-2 12; 4-9
                  6, 10; 9-3 10; 9- 24 12, 13; 10-8 13; 10-15 12; 10-22 2; 10-29 14; 11-12 11
          93: 1-21 13; 2-25 10; 3-4 10; 3-11 10; 4-1 10; 4-8 10; 4-15 10; 8-26 2, 11; 9-16 10; 9-30
                  12; 10-7 16; 10-14 14; 10-21 12; 11-4 12; 11-18 10; 12-2 14
          94: 1-20 12; 1-27 2, 12; 2-3 11; 2-10 2; 2-24 2, 4, 8; 3-10 12; 3-17 12; 3-31 2, 14; 4-7 4,
                  12; 4-14 12; 8-25 1, 12; 9-29 12; 10-6 2, 12; 10-20 2, 14; 10-27 2; 11-3 10; 11-10
                  2, 9, 12; 11-17 6, 10; 12-1 10; 12-8 14
          95: 1-19 12; 2-2 12; 2-9 12; 2-23 8; 3-16 13; 3-30 10; 4-6 12; 4-13 12; 4-27 1; 8-24 14; 9-
                  14 2; 9-21 12; 9-28 2, 4, 12; 10-5 2, 14, 16; 10-12 2, 14; 10-19 2, 10; 10-26 2, 11;
                  11-2 10; 11-16 14; 12-7 9, 15
         96: 1-18 9; 1-25 1; 2-2 2, 9; 2-8 15; 2-15 11; 2-22 9; 2-29 9; 3-14 13; 3-28 2, 7; 4-4 1, 2,
                   9; 4-11 11; 4-25 17; 8-29 2; 9-19 11; 9-26 2, 9; 10-3 8, 9; 10-10 11; 10-17 9; 10-
                   24 11, 12; 10-31 9; 11-14 9
         97: 1-23 9; 1-30 9; 2-6 13; 2-20 9; 2-27 9; 3-6 9; 4-3 1, 4; 4-10 5, 9; 5-1 17; 9-4 2; 9-11 2;
                   9-25 2; 10-2 2; 10-9 2; 10-16 2; 10-23 2; 10-30 2; 11-6 2; 11-13 2; 12-11 5
         98: 1-15 2, 7; 1-22 7; 1-29 8, 9; 2-5 9; 2-19 9; 2-26 7; 3-5 9; 3-12 2, 6, 7; 3-19 4; 4-2 2, 4,
                   7; 4-9 2, 4, 7; 4-16 7; 9-3 2; 9-10 9; 9-24 2, 9; 10-1 2, 5, 9; 10-8 11; 10-15 11; 10-
                   29 11; 11-5 7; 11-12 4, 9; 12-3 7; 12-10 1, 13
         99: 1-28 2; 2-11 2; 2-25 2; 3-4 2; 3-11 2; 3-25 2; 4-1 2; 4-15 2; 9-9 2; 9-23 9; 9-30 2; 10-7
                   2; 10-28 2; 11-4 2; 11-11 2; 11-18 2
         2000: 2-3 2; 2-10 2; 2-17 2; 2-24 2; 3-2 2; 3-23 2; 3-30 2; 4-6 2; 4-20 6; 8-31 2
         2001: 1-18 2; 2-15 2; 2-22 2; 3-1 2; 3-29 7; 4-5 2; 9-27 2; 10-4 8
         2002: 1-24 2; 1-31 2; 2-7 2; 2-28 2; 3-7 2; 3-14 2; 4-4 2; 4-11 2; 4-18 2; 9-12 2; 11-14 8
Career Services Center see Career Services
 „Career Services Solutions‟ 2001: 10-4 8
Career Services Tour (workshop) 91: 1-31 12
Career Services Tour and Services Overview (presentation) 90: 9-20 4
Career Teacher Incentive Act 87: 3-5 4
Careers in Accounting 91: 2-7 4
„Careers in Sociology‟ (presentation) 88: 4-14 2
„Careers in the FBI‟ (presentation) 89: 11-9 6
Careers Night 74: 9-26 6
Carey, Don 99: 4-15 1
-, Maria 2001: 9-27 4
-, Pauline 90: 11-1 11
Carfield, JoAnne 95: 1-19 3 LTE
Cargill, Lana 2001: 2-1 1
-, Miquisha
         96: 9-12 13
         97: 1-23 9
Carick, Mike 82: 9-30 1; 10-28 5
Carillon see       Memorial Carillon Bell Tower
                   The Carillon (publication)
Carillon Ceremony, by Mortar Board 94: 4-7 2
Carl, Jim 76: 11-4 9
Carl Perkins Grant 90: 2-8 13
Carlin, Bill 80: 5-1 6 (P)
-, Diane 87: 9-10 10
-, F Paige
         82: 4-15 Accent 2
         85: 9-5 1; 9-12 1
-, John 88: 4-28 13 (P)
-, Laurie 84: 6-28 4
-, Pat 74: 4-11 5; 5-2 8
Carlini, John 77: 3-24 1
-, Terry 72: 6-22 4; 7-13 1
Carlisle, Margaret 77: 4-7 1
Carlock, Randy 93: 11-11 2 (P)
Carlos, Don 75: 1-30 1
Carlow, Linnae
         91: 9-12 15; 9-19 10; 9-26 6
         92: 9-24 1, 10, 11; 10-1 6, 12; 10-8 4, 11; 10-15 13; 11-5 10; 11-12 4; 11-18 6
Carlsen, Jeff (see also Carlson) 83: 4-28 1
Carlsgaard, Lynn 77: 2-3 5
Carlson, Andrew 97: 3-20 9; 4-24 10; 12-4 1
-, Beth
          81: 12-10 11
          82: 2-4 9; 2-11 8; 3-18 1; 9-9 1; 9-23 1; 11-11 9; 12-9 9, 11
          83: 1-20 7; 1-27 8; 2-3 10; 2-24 11
          84: 1-26 9 (P), 10; 2-23 8; 11-29 23, 26; 12-4 7; 12-6 23 (P); 12-11 8; 12-13 19
          85: 1-15 7; 1-17 15 (P); 1-22 7, 9; 1-29 7; 2-5 8 (P), 9, 10; 2-12 11; 2-14 17, 18 (P); 2-19
                  5; 2-21 9; 2-26 6; 3-5 8; 3-21 20
-, Bethine 83: 7-21 4
-, Bob
          78: 10-5 8
          79: 11-15 6
-, Carol
          71: 4-1 4; 5-13 4; 9-16 1
          72: 3-2 3; 3-10 10; 4-27 1; 11-2 6
          73: 3-22 1; 4-19 1, 3; 4-26 1; 5-3 3; 5-10 1, 4
-, Cindy 85: 3-26 2; 4-2 2; 4-11 4; 4-16 2; 4-18 4; 4-23 2; 4-25 4; 4-30 2; 5-2 4
-, Cindy Toline 85: 9-19 2
-, Clint 93: 10-7 16
-, Dale
          72: 11-2 4
          73: 3-1 4
          74: 11-14 4
-, Daniel J (Dan) 79: 4-5 2 LTE; 4-26 6
-, Darby 95: 11-30 1 (P)
-, Dick 88: 2-4 14
-, Don
          71: 10-7 1
          72: 6-22 1
          73: 4-12 4
-, Donn
          72: 2-17 4
          76: 6-24 3; 10-7 5; 12-9 3
          80: 3-6 1
          83: 6-30 1
          85: 7-23 4
          86: 7-31 1, 589: 6-22 6
          96: 4-11 10 (P)
          97: 9-11 7
- -, authorship of textbook by 87: 10-22 13
-, Dorri
          76: 11-4 7
          80: 2-7 5; 2-14 1; 2-28 Encounter 7; 3-27 Encounter 2; 5-1 Encounter 7
-, Elaine
          73: 4-26 1; 8-30 2; 9-6 2; 9-13 2; 9-20 2; 9-27 2; 10-4 2; 10-11 2; 10-18 2; 10-25 2; 11-1
                  2; 11-7 2; 11-15 2; 11-29 2; 12-6 2; 12-13 2; 12-20 2
          74: 1-17 2; 1-24 2; 1-31 2; 2-7 2; 2-14 2, 5 (P); 2-21 2; 2-28 2; 3-7 2; 3-21 2; 3-28 2; 4-4
                  2; 4-11 2; 4-18 2; 4-25 2; 5-2 2; 5-9 2
-, Eric
          89: 9-7 1
          90: 2-15 8 (P)
-, Erik 78: 6-15 5
-, Fran 71: 3-18 1
-, Gretchen 2002: 4-18 8
-, James 2002: 3-14 8
-, Jan
          77: 1-20 9; 9-1 11; 11-10 10; 11-17 8; 12-8 16
          78: 2-2 11; 2-9 8; 2-16 7; 4-27 3; 12-14 7 (P)
           79: 4-5 Encounter 4; 4-26 Encounter 9
-, Janet
          72: 11-30 8
          76: 7-1 7
-, Jeannine (Jean, Jeanine, Jeannie)
          75: 9-11 5; 9-18 3; 9-25 1; 10-23 7; 12-4 1
          76: 9-16 8; 9-23 7; 12-2 6
          77: 1-13 6; 9-1 9; 9-8 11; 9-22 12 (P); 10-20 10 (P); 10-27 10; 12-8 16
-, Jeff (see also Carlsen)
          75: 3-20 4
          85: 4-30 1 (P); 5-2 10 (P)
          88: 4-7 12; 4-21 2
-, Jerry
          81: 10-8 1; 10-22 3
          82: 1-28 1; 4-1 6 (P); 4-22 1
          83: 4-21 1; 9-1 4; 9-15 4; 9-22 15; 9-29 1, 9; 10-13 1; 10-20 1; 11-17 1
          84: 2-23 1; 5-3 9; 9-13 7; 10-11 15 (P)
-, Jim
          71: 4-22 4
          75: 11-6 4
-, Joan (see also Carson) 83: 7-28 4, 7
-, Joanne R 75: 9-5 4
-, John 90: 3-1 1
-, Joseph
          95: 11-30 10
          99: 4-15 6
-, Judy 79: 5-3 1; 9-27 5; 11-8 1
-, Karen
          93: 3-18 5
          99: 9-16 7
-, Kathryn 2002: 4-18 2 (P); 9-5 5; 9-12 5
-, Kenneth
          71: 5-20 4; 11-11 4
          72: 11-2 4
          79: 3-15 5; 6-21 6 (P)
-, Lynn 98: 4-9 1
-, Marilyn 85: 6-18 7
-, Martin
          73: 5-3 1
          74: 9-19 1
-, Mike
          75: 11-6 8
          77: 4-28 7
-, Mindi 95: 9-28 2 (P)
-, Paula
          73: 5-3 1
          76: 4-23 4
-, Renae 94: 10-6 6
-, Reni 91: 10-24 2 (P)
-, Roger
          73: 1-18 7; 2-15 4
          74: 9-26 6; 12-19 6
          75: 2-13 3; 3-13 3
          76: 6-24 3; 10-7 5
          77: 9-29 3; 10-6 6
          80: 3-6 1
          85: 6-18 4
          86: 7-31 1, 5
          88: 10-12 5 (P)
          89: 6-22 6
          90: 10-11 6
          92: 2-13 6
          94: 3-17 9 (P); 9-15 9
          96: 12-5 6
          98: 10-8 5
          99: 4-15 1; 4-22 2
          2000: 3-30 4; 4-20 4
- -, authorship of textbook by 87: 10-22 13
-, Rolf 72: 5-4 3
-, Ryan 91: 4-4 6
-, Scott 93: 11-4 9
-, Tim
          71: 2-18 5; 3-18 1; 4-29 2; 5-6 1; 5-13 1, 2, 3; 10-28 3
          72: 2-3 1; 3-2 1; 4-20 3 (P); 7-6 2; 11-2 1; 11-16 1; 11-30 1
-, Wade 2000: 9-28 2
Carlsten, Stacey 91: 5-2 4
Carlton, Andrew 97: 10-2 3
Carlyle, Bob
          76: 3-4 7
          77: 3-31 8; 4-21 8
Carman, Barbara 72: 6-29 1
-, Shelli
          82: 1-21 1
          83: 3-17 1
-, Timothy Lee (Tim) (see also Carmen)
          81: 10-29 3 (P); 11-19 3 (P); 12-10 3 (P)
          82: 1-21 3 (P); 1-28 3 (P); 2-4 3 (P), 6; 2-11 3 (P), 4; 2-18 3 (P), 4; 2-25 1, 3 (P); 3-4 3
                  (P), 5; 3-18 3 (P); 3-25 3 (P), 5; 4-1 3 (P), 7; 4-15 1, 3 (P); 4-22 3; 4-29 2 (P); 9-9
                  2, 3 (P); 9-16 2, 3 (P), 6; 9-23 2, 3 (P); 9-30 2 (P), 8; 10-7 2 (P); 10-14 2 (P), 5;
                  10-28 2 (P); 11-11 2 (P), 4; 11-18 2, 4; 11-24 2 (P); 12-2 2 (P), 3; 12-9 1, 2, 3 (P)
          83: 1-20 2; 1-27 2 (P), 4; 2-3 1, 2 (P); 2-10 2 (P); 2-17 1; 2-24 2 (P); 3-3 2 (P); 3-17 2, 4;
                  3-24 2, 5; 3-31 2 (P), 5; 4-6 2; 4-14 2 (P); 4-21 1, 2; 4-28 2; 5-5 2 (P); 9-1 1, 2, 3
                  (P), 4, 9 (P), 14; 9-8 1, 2 (P), 3; 9-15 1, 2 (P); 9-22 1, 2 (P), 3; 9-29 2, 3; 10-6 1, 2
                  (P); 10-13 1, 2 (P), 3; 10-20 2 (P), 8; 11-10 2, 3; 11-17 1, 2; 12-2 2, 3; 12-8 2 (P),
                  3
          84: 1-26 2 (P), 3; 2-2 2, 3 (P); 2-9 2 (P); 2-16 1, 2 (P); 2-23 1, 2 (P); 3-1 2 (P); 3-23 2 (P);
                  3-29 2 (P); 4-5 2; 4-12 2 (P), 3; 4-26 1, 2; 5-3 1, 2 (P); 9-6 17; 11-1 9
          89: 4-20 5
Carmann, Lance 73: 2-15 6
-, Larry M 71: 1-7 5; 1-14 3; 2-25 1 (P); 4-29 1; 5-6 1, 2; 5-13 3
-, Marcia 72: 6-29 1
Carmen, Joan 96: 2-2 10
-, Tim (see also Carman) 82: 9-2 2
„Carmen‟ (film) 94: 10-27 12
Carmichael, Ann (Anne) 81: 3-26 3; 7-9 1; 7-30 5
-, Rosie 74: 3-28 1
Carmichael Construction Company (business) 80: 10-9 1
Carmin, Dave 78: 9-21 2 LTE
Carmina Burana (dance concert) 88: 2-18 1
Carnahan, Dan 97: 10-2 2 (P)
-, Fred 83: 4-28 1
Carnegie Foundation 88: 4-21 13
Carnegie Hall Jazz Band 96: 9-19 7; 9-26 10
Carnegie Report 86: 12-4 9
Carnes, Erica 96: 10-3 2 (P)
-, Holly
          2001: 2-15 5, 6; 3-29 4; 4-5 6; 4-12 6; 4-19 5
          2002: 2-28 6; 4-11 5; 4-18 5; 5-2 7
-, Kendra
          87: 4-30 7
          97: 2-20 5
Carney, Christopher 90: 8-30 11
-, Jaimie 71: 5-13 4
-, Pat
          89: 10-5 1; 12-7 1
          90: 1-18 1; 1-25 1 (P), 6 (P); 2-15 1; 3-29 1; 4-19 1; 9-13 1; 9-20 1; 12-13 2
          91: 4-25 1
-, Tom
          74: 9-26 3
          76: 2-12 3
Carnival Cruise Lines (business) 88: 2-4 4
Carnival Cruise Ships 2001: 4-12 7
Carol, Robin (see also Carroll) 76: 11-4 7
Carollo, Joe Frank 77: 1-27 3
Carolson, Carol 74: 2-21 4
Caronna, Becky 81: 10-1 8
Carothers, Chuck 80: 7-24 6
Carpenter, Charles 86: 7-31 1
-, Chick 80: 9-4 10
-, Dale
          78: 9-28 Encounter 6, 7
          81: 4-9 5
-, Dave 71: 4-15 2
-, Deb (Debbie)
          72: 9-28 1 (P); 10-19 1; 10-26 1 (P)
          73: 1-18 1; 2-1 1; 3-1 1
-, Donald (Don)
          85: 8-29 3
          86: 4-24 4; 11-20 1
          87: 1-29 1; 9-10 11
          88: 7-14 1
          89: 4-20 1
          90: 2-8 12; 5-3 2; 10-11 3 LTE
          92: 3-12 4; 10-8 4
          97: 10-23 5; 11-6 8
          2000: 9-14 7 (P)
          2001: 1-25; 2-1 7; 3-29 8
          2002: 3-14 1, 8
-, Hallie
          84: 3-23 7 (P)
          90: 4-12 11 (P)
-, Jan 81: 9-17 3
-, Josh 2002: 9-12 9
-, Karen
          71: 2-11 3 (P); 2-25 1
          75: 11-6 5
-, Kathy (Cathy)
          74: 5-9 1, 8; 10-10 1
         75: 7-17 7; 8-29 3, 11; 9-5 6, 8
         76: 1-29 3; 5-6 3; 9-16 7; 10-7 5; 11-4 1
         77: 9-15 10
         78: 2-2 8; 4-13 1; 9-7 5; 10-5 8; 10-12 7 (P)
         79: 1-18 5, 8; 2-15 8; 8-30 1; 11-29 Encounter 5
         80: 1-24 3; 2-7 6; 9-18 6; 9-25 8
         81: 2-5 3; 4-30 1
         83: 11-17 Accent 6
         84: 11-8 7
         85: 9-19 4; 11-21 2
         86: 2-6 4; 9-25 4
         87: 2-5 10; 2-12 1; 3-26 2; 4-9 2, 6; 9-17 1; 10-22 4, 6
         88: 8-4 1; 9-15 8; 12-1 12; 12-8 10
         89: 2-2 11; 2-23 10; 4-6 13; 9-14 10, 17; 12-14 2
         90: 3-8 1; 4-19 2
         91: 3-7 10; 3-14 10; 3-28 10; 4-25 4; 12-13 13
         92: 10-22 12
         93: 2-11 10, 11; 11-11 11
         94: 9-15 9; 9-22 10
         95: 2-23 1; 4-27 6 (P); 10-5 2; 10-26 6 (P)
         96: 3-7 9; 3-28 7; 4-18 12; 9-26 3 LTE
         97: 4-17 12
         98: 2-5 7; 2-26 4
-, Ken 78: 3-8 12
-, Larry 86: 7-31 5
-, Lois 87: 8-27 5
-, Mike
         84: 10-23 27
         85: 4-2 7
-, Patsy 84: 7-12 8 (P)
-, Richard 71: 2-11 3; 2-25 1
-, Sandra 91: 3-28 10
-, Shad
         82: 12-9 9
         83: 2-3 9; 2-17 7; 2-24 9; 3-17 8; 12-2 12
         84: 2-2 13; 2-9 10; 2-16 10; 10-16 10; 11-29 27; 12-6 26; 12-11 7
         85: 2-12 12; 3-5 9; 3-21 20; 11-14 7; 12-12 7
         86: 1-30 7; 2-13 11; 2-27 9
-, Susan 79: 8-30 14
-, Tari 78: 9-28 Encounter 6
-, Terry
         71: 4-20 12
         72: 4-27 5; 5-4 1; 10-26 2
         73: 12-13 1
         74: 1-24 1; 2-21 1; 2-28 1; 3-28 1 (P); 4-4 1; 4-11 1; 4-18 1; 5-2 6
         75: 1-23 1, 3; 1-30 3 (P)
         78: 5-4 1
         79: 9-20 1; 10-11 4
-, Waco
         80: 7-3 8; 9-18 11; 11-20 9; 12-4 11
         81: 2-12 10; 2-19 8; 2-26 7; 3-19 8; 11-19 10; 12-10 11
carpentry tools, collecting of as a hobby 79: 1-18 7
Carper, Melissa
         98: 9-3 8; 10-1 7; 10-15 7, 8; 11-12 7; 11-19 7
         99: 2-11 10; 10-7 5; 10-14 5; 11-4 5; 11-11 5; 11-18 5; 12-2 5; 12-9 10
          2000: 8-31 5; 9-7 5, 6; 9-14 5 (P); 9-21 5; 9-28 5; 10-5 4; 10-12 5 (P); 10-26 4; 11-2 5;
                  11-9 4; 11-16 4, 7; 11-30 4, 7; 12-7 8
          2001: 9-13 5; 9-20 5, 6; 9-27 5, 6; 10-4 5, 6; 10-11 5; 10-18 5, 6; 11-1 4; 11-8 5, 6; 11-15
                  6; 11-29 6
          2002: 9-5 5; 11-21 6
-, Michael (Mike)
          82: 10-7 1
          83: 2-3 5
          84: 9-6 26
          95: 8-24 11
Carpool Information Station 81: 3-5 3
Carr, Abby 2001: 4-5 7
-, Bill (Billy)
          72: 4-27 4; 10-19 9
          73: 9-13 8
          74: 2-7 8; 4-25 6; 5-2 9
          75: 12-4 8; 12-18 7
-, Cathie 73: 3-8 6
-, Colleen 96: 4-25 1; 10-24 6
-, Cynthia 73: 2-15 6
-, Ed 89: 5-4 8
-, Johnnie
          79: 10-28 3
          80: 2-7 1; 9-18 4; 11-13 3
          82: 4-15 1
          83: 2-10 6 (P), 7
-, Le Beth 2001: 9-27 9
-, Margie 78: 1-12 7
-, Monte 95: 10-26 1
-, Rex 85: 4-30 10
-, Sheri (Shari) 79: 1-26 9; 2-22 10; 3-29 12
-, Sherman
          72: 11-2 9
          73: 3-22 6; 9-20 6; 9-27 10; 10-11 6; 11-29 6
          74: 8-29 7; 9-5 7; 11-6 8; 11-21 7
          75: 4-17 6; 5-8 7, 8; 8-29 13
-, Steve
          71: 9-30 5; 11-11 6
          72: 4-27 4; 11-2 7 (P)
Carraher, Charles 95: 3-30 1; 4-27 12 (P)
-, Jimm 75: 9-25 11
-, Lynn 83: 10-20 9
Carranca, Elizabeth 73: 9-13 8
-, Emily (see also Carranza) 73: 7-19 8 (P)
Carranza, Emily (see also Carranca)
          72: 10-12 4
          73: 2-22 4; 7-5 1; 9-6 4
          74: 11-21 1; 12-5 5
-, Emma 75: 9-18 7
-, Gil
          93: 1-28 7 (P)
          94: 1-27 7; 3-3 8
-, Mary 78: 7-20 8
Carrasco, Ben 98: 4-30 4
Carrick, Ernest 71: 1-7 3
-, Michael T (Mike)
          80: 2-28 2, 3 LTE; 7-17 1
          81: 4-23 1
          83: 2-17 6
Carrico, Elly 82: 7-15 4
„Carrie‟ (film)
          77: 11-10 6
          78: 1-26 10; 2-23 3
Carrier, H 83: 9-29 3
-, Holly
          83: 2-17 1
          85: 8-29 7; 9-5 3; 9-12 3; 9-19 3; 9-26 3; 10-3 3; 10-10 3; 10-17 3; 10-23 3; 11-7 3; 11-14
                  3; 11-21 3; 12-5 3; 12-12 3
-, Scott 83: 10-6 4
Carrig, Suzette 83: 3-31 3 (P)
Carrigan, J A 86: 5-8 2
Carrillo, Claudia 95: 2-16 2
-, Robert (Bob) 92: 8-27 7; 9-3 7; 10-29 8 (P)
Carrington, Rodney 2001: 11-29 4
Carrol, Brandon 97: 9-4 12 (P)
Carroll, Bertha 95: 2-16 2
-, Cathy
          72: 4-27 3, 4
          73: 11-7 4
          74: 4-18 4
-, Dave (David)
          87: 2-26 10
          88: 9-8 2
-, Douglas 2002: 2-14 8 (P); 2-21 1; 2-28 8; 4-11 4; 4-18 4; 12-5 7; 12-12 12
-, Jane
          84: 3-1 1 (P); 6-21 3, 5; 6-28 4, 8; 7-12 3, 5; 7-19 6; 7-26 7; 9-18 2; 10-16 14; 11-6 3; 12-
                  4 2, 14
          85: 1-17 2; 1-31 3; 2-14 2; 2-26 1; 3-21 11; 4-2 1, 15; 4-18 7; 4-25 7
-, Jody 76: 7-1 2
-, Joseph P
          85: 4-30 8 (P)
          86: 7-31 4
-, Mary Ann 84: 3-29 1
-, Melissa 97: 4-17 3 LTE
-, Mike 91: 1-24 1
-, Pat
          77: 9-8 13; 12-8 12
          78: 1-12 9 (P); 1-19 7; 1-26 7; 2-2 11; 2-16 6; 2-23 9; 5-4 13; 8-31 15; 9-7 11; 10-12 13;
                  11-16 9; 11-30 10; 12-7 15; 12-14 11
          79: 2-8 9; 3-29 13 (P); 4-5 10 (P); 9-6 12 (P); 10-4 9; 11-15 9 (P); 12-6 11 (P); 12-13 9
          80: 1-10 7; 1-17 7; 1-31 7; 2-7 9; 2-21 6; 3-6 7; 3-13 8; 7-24 7; 8-28 10; 9-18 11; 11-20 9
-, Robin (see also Carol)
          76: 12-9 6
          77: 11-3 10
-, Shelly
          88: 9-8 2
          89: 9-28 10
Carrona, Becky 81: 9-10 6
Carrot Top (performer)
          94: 3-3 9 (P)
          95: 4-13 1 (P), 9, 12
Carrubba, Robert 94: 9-15 10 (P)
Carruth, Mike
           71: 9-30 5
           72: 5-4 3
Carruthers, Abbey (Abby)
           95: 11-16 9
           97: 10-2 10; 10-9 10
           98: 3-5 10
-, Maureen
           94: 11-10 10
           95: 3-30 4; 11-11 2; 11-30 4
           96: 10-17 2
           97: 3-13 4; 9-4 10; 9-11 8; 11-6 8
           98: 2-12 6
-, Mike 94: 9-22 6
Carsey, Don 2001: 9-13 6
Carskadon, Dave 94: 3-3 10
-, I L „Brick‟ 80: 9-11 12
Carson, Ciaran 2002: 9-19 2; 10-17 2
-, Jeff
           81: 5-7 1; 7-16 10; 12-3 7
           82: 1-21 5; 2-11 1; 4-22 1, 6; 4-29 1; 7-22 1 (P); 9-2 2; 9-9 1; 9-16 1; 9-23 1; 9-30 1; 10-7
                    1; 10-28 1; 11-11 1; 11-18 1; 12-9 1
           83: 1-20 1; 1-27 1; 2-17 1; 2-24 1; 3-3 1, 4; 3-17 1; 3-24 1; 3-31 1, 5; 4-14 1, 2 LTE; 4-21
                    1, 3; 4-28 1; 5-5 1
           84: 5-3 3
-, Joan (see also Carlson)
           83: 4-28 8; 6-30 1; 7-14 3; 7-21 1, 4, 5, 6, 8; 9-1 5, 9, 10, 15; 9-22 1; 11-17 Accent 2, 3
           84: 6-14 1, 2; 6-21 1, 2, 4, 6, 8; 6-28 2, 3, 5; 7-12 2; 7-19 2, 8; 7-26 1, 2, 6; 8-30 10
-, Johnny
           80: 3-6 3 (P)
           88: 10-27 2
Carsten, Calvin F (Cal)
           71: 4-20 12
           76: 12-2 1
-, Dean (see also Carstens) 80: 4-24 8
Carstens, Dave 87: 12-10 11
-, Dean (see also Carsten)
           77: 9-8 13; 9-22 11; 10-6 11
           78: 4-13 7; 5-4 13; 8-31 15; 10-12 13; 10-26 9, 10, 11, 12 (P); 11-2 11, 12 (P); 11-9 10,
                    12 (P); 11-16 9 (P); 11-30 10
           79: 3-1 10; 3-15 10; 3-29 13; 4-5 10 (P); 5-3 14; 8-30 14; 9-6 12 (P); 9-13 14; 9-27 10, 12;
                    10-4 8; 10-11 8; 10-28 7; 11-1 10; 11-8 12; 11-15 9; 12-6 1, 11; 12-13 9
           80: 3-27 3; 4-17 9; 5-1 11; 7-24 7; 8-28 10; 9-11 10; 9-18 12; 10-2 10; 10-9 10; 10-16 8;
                    11-6 8; 11-13 8; 12-4 10
           81: 1-15 8; 3-5 8; 3-26 8; 4-9 9; 4-23 8; 4-30 9; 5-7 9; 9-3 11; 9-10 9
-, Fred W
           71: 4-20 12
           75: 1-16 3
-, Ken 91: 4-18 1; 4-25 1 (P)
-, Leatta
           72: 8-31 9
           74: 5-9 8
Carstenson, Larry
           92: 2-6 6; 11-5 4; 12-10 15
           94: 2-24 2; 8-25 12; 9-1 12; 9-15 14; 9-22 12; 9-29 12; 10-6 12; 10-13 14; 10-20 14; 10-
                    27 12; 11-3 10; 11-10 12; 11-17 10; 12-1 10; 12-8 14
          95: 1-19 12; 1-26 12; 2-2 12; 2-9 12; 2-16 8; 2-23 8; 3-2 4, 8; 3-9 10; 3-16 13; 3-30 10; 4-
                   6 12; 4-13 12; 4-27 15
          96: 2-29 1; 4-11 11; 4-18 10; 4-25 17
          97: 4-17 12, 14; 9-25 7; 12-11 1
          2000: 11-9 1, 6
-, Susan
          95: 1-19 2 (P)
          96: 2-29 1
Carter, Chris 2002: 11-21 9
-, Dale 80: 10-16 1
-, Deb 76: 4-1 5
-, Doug
          85: 9-19 8, 9
          86: 8-28 7
          87: 9-3 8
-, James Earl Jr (Jimmy)
          76: 3-18 3; 7-9 3 (P); 10-14 1; 11-4 1
          77: 1-20 7
          78: 6-22 1
          80: 2-7 7; 8-28 1; 9-18 7; 9-25 6
          81: 1-22 1
-, Jean O‟Hara 79: 9-13 4
-, Jennifer
          89: 11-16 12
          92: 10-8 13
-, Jessi 98: 8-27 4; 9-3 3; 9-10 3; 9-17 3; 9-24 3; 10-1 3; 10-8 3; 10-15 3; 10-29 3; 11-5 3; 11-12
          3; 11-19 3; 12-3 3; 12-10 3
-, June 74: 11-6 1
-, Kathy
          80: 4-24 3; 12-11 1 (P)
          81: 1-29 3 (P)
          83: 10-13 4; 10-20 6
-, Marilyn 72: 9-21 1; 10-19 1
-, Mark
          76: 10-14 8
          77: 3-17 5 (P)
-, Mike 77: 12-1 9
-, Mitch
          79: 11-1 9
          80: 2-28 10; 12-4 9
          82: 11-11 9
-, Patty (Patti)
          71: 12-2 4
          72: 5-4 5
-, Rex
          73: 6-28 4; 8-30 9; 9-20 6
          74: 4-4 6; 4-11 5; 5-2 8; 8-29 7; 11-21 4
          75: 1-23 5; 2-13 8; 3-6 7; 4-17 7
          76: 2-12 9; 2-26 9; 3-18 7; 4-8 6; 4-23 6; 4-29 6 (P); 5-6 7
          77: 1-27 8; 2-10 11; 2-17 7; 2-24 8; 4-21 9
-, Rosalynn 80: 9-18 7
-, Todd
          89: 11-16 12
          91: 10-24 3 LTE; 12-13 1
cartoons 2001: 9-27 4
-, editorial 90: 11-8 11
Cartwright, Kevin 87: 12-10 7
-, Michelle R (Michele)
           88: 9-29 5
           90: 11-1 1
           91: 1-24 2 (P); 3-7 2; 10-10 13; 12-13 1
           92: 3-5 1 (P); 3-19 1; 9-3 2, 11; 9-17 1, 11; 10-8 1; 10-15 1; 10-29 1; 11-5 6; 11-18 1; 12-
                    10 1
           93: 4-15 10; 4-22 1; 10-14 1; 11-4 2
           94: 3-10 3 LTE
-, Roxann 2000: 2-17 3 LTE
Caruso, Rhonda (Ronda)
           82: 9-16 10; 9-23 10; 9-30 12; 10-7 8; 10-14 10; 10-28 8; 11-11 11; 11-18 7
           83: 1-27 7; 2-3 9; 2-10 11; 2-17 7; 2-24 10; 4-6 8 (P); 9-15 10; 9-29 10; 10-6 10; 10-13
                    12; 10-20 11; 11-10 9; 11-17 8
Caruthers, Mike 88: 7-21 5
Carvalho, Fabiano 96: 10-3 2 (P)
„Carved by Obadiah Verity‟ (book) 93: 11-11 2
„Carved by Obadiah Verity‟ (poem)83: 5-5 5
Carveth, Jim 79: 12-13 3
Carvick, Brad 81; 4-23 9
Cary, Abby 2001: 4-26 12
-, Ann Poor 94: 4-21 6
-, Carolyn 84: 9-20 2
„Cary Grant and Grace Kelly Go to the Senior Prom‟ (play) 2001: 9-20 2; 9-27 2; 10-4 2, 11
Cary, Mikel 98: 10-15 4
Casady, Tom 97: 5-1 1
Casarez, Nancy 95: 10-12 4
Case, Dave 96: 11-21 1
-, Eva J
           73: 7-19 7
           80: 6-19 6
-, Steve 91: 4-4 6
Case Hall
           72: 8-31 4
           81: 3-5 1
           84: 12-11 14
           85: 11-7 2
           93: 3-11 4
           98: 11-5 6
-, 9/11 memorial in 2002: 9-19 1, 7
-, apartments in 73: 12-13 8
-, complaints about conditions in 77: 10-6 3, 4; 10-27 1
-, improvements in 72: 2-3 4
-, independent living in 97: 3-13 8
-, initiation of co-ed living in 72: 4-20 1
-, naming of 88: 2-11 12
-, new picnic tables for 97: 11-6 4
-, participation in Bike Bowl by
           85: 4-30 1
           87: 4-30 1
           92: 4-30 1
-, participation in Quiz Bowl by 78: 2-16 1
-, renovation of
           78: 9-21 1; 10-26 8; 12-7 1; 12-14 3
           79: 1-11 3; 8-30 6; 9-20 3
-, sponsorship of homecoming royalty candidate by 90: 10-11 1
-, swim night of 88: 9-15 2
-, vandalism in 90: 1-25 1
Casey, Crystal 99: 9-30 1 (P)
-, Irma 72: 8-31 4
-, James Lynn 91: 10-10 11
-, Lynn 71: 12-2 3
-, Scott 97: 9-18 12
Cash, Dean W 71: 5-20 5
-, J C 78: 5-4 15
-, Janet 77: 5-5 1
-, Johnny 74: 11-6 1; 11-14 4 (P)
-, Kenneth (Ken, Kenny)
         80: 10-16 4 (P); 11-6 5 (P); 11-13 5 (P)
         82: 4-1 7; 11-11 1
-, Michael E 96: 2-29 3 LTE
-, Pat 76: 1-22 6
-, Rick 92: 4-16 Special Section 2
CASH (team name) 91: 3-7 5; 3-14 7
Cash-Wa Candy Company (business) 75: 3-20 1
Casino Night
         85: 10-17 5; 12-5 1
         86: 10-30 5
         88: 1-28 2; 10-27 1
         89: 3-30 1
         92: 10-22 14; 10-29 14
         97: 2-20 5
         2000: 11-2 6
-, cancellation of 88: 10-12 1
-, sponsorship by Martin Hall of 88: 4-7 2; 4-14 4
Caslavka, Brett (Bret)
         82: 10-14 9
         83: 2-24 9; 3-3 8; 4-14 9; 4-21 7; 5-5 10; 9-22 14
         84: 2-23 8; 3-1 8; 4-5 13; 4-12 10
         86: 4-10 4
Casper, Barb (Barbara)
         87: 2-5 6
         89: 2-9 11; 4-6 12
-, Becky 92: 1-30 11 (P)
-, Bryon
         86: 5-1 4
         90: 4-19 10
-, Cerise
         87: 9-17 8
         90: 11-15 1 (P)
-, Dale
         72: 9-21 1; 11-16 8
         73: 3-1 8
-, Jeff 80: 9-18 6
-, Larry 75: 7-10 6
-, Scott 86: 4-17 1 (P)
-, Shirley (Shirly)
         78: 8-31 11
         79: 3-29 12
-, Troy
         88: 3-24 6
         89: 4-6 12
Casperson, Craig 84: 10-23 22
Cass, Dan (Danny)
         78: 7-27 5; 8-31 15; 11-16 9, 11
         79: 4-12 9; 9-13 14; 9-27 12; 10-4 8; 10-11 8
         80: 7-24 7; 11-13 8 (P)
-, Don 80: 8-28 10
-, Jeretta 71: 2-11 4
-, Sue 88: 4-21 13
„Cassandra Among the Cyborgs‟ 2002: 2-7 8
Cassel, Mark
         88: 9-15 4
         89: 3-16 1; 4-13 12; 5-4 11 (P)
         90: 10-25 2
         91: 4-18 4
-, Roy 90: 10-25 2
-, Royce
         87: 4-30 4; 5-7 2; 9-3 5 (P)
         88: 2-18 1 (P); 2-25 1; 3-17 1
         89: 10-5 5
         92: 9-3 3; 9-17 3 (P); 9-24 2 (P); 10-8 2; 10-15 3 (P); 10-22 4 (P); 10-29 2 (P)
         93: 2-4 3; 2-18 2; 2-25 3; 3-4 3; 3-11 3; 3-18 3 (P); 11-4 9
Cassell, Tami 97: 10-30 2 (P)
Cassidy, Jim 71: 3-4 1; 3-11 1; 3-18 1; 5-20 1
Cassing, David (Dave)
         81: 9-24 4
         85: 2-26 9
„Cast Me Woman‟ (TV show) 77: 2-17 4
Castaways (business) 2002: 10-17 4
Casteel, Cody 97: 11-6 7
Casteel, Monte (Monty)
         74: 9-19 1
         76: 2-5 3; 4-8 3; 9-9 1
Castle, Heather
         92: 8-27 8
         94: 4-28 7
-, Heidi
         92: 8-27 8
         94: 4-28 7
-, Janine
         81: 5-7 7 (P)
         82: 1-28 5 (P); 10-8 5 (P)
Castleberry, Jim 78: 7-20 6
Castro, Francisco 87: 8-27 4
-, Jaime
         75: 11-6 5
         76: 2-19 8; 4-15 3
-, Liana 2001: 9-20 2
-, Marcelo 97: 11-13 2 (P)
-, Mauricio 94: 11-10 10
Castrop, Damon
         74: 9-26 5
         77: 2-10 10
-, Lori
         79: 11-29 6
         81: 3-26 3
-, Mark
         72: 5-4 3
         73: 7-19 3
         74: 2-14 6; 3-28 6; 4-4 5; 9-26 5
Caswell, Barb
         71: 2-25 4; 3-4 1
         72: 2-10 4; 2-17 4; 3-2 3 LTE
-, Teresa (Terri)
         71: 9-9 1; 12-16 4
         72: 1-20 6
„Cat Ballou‟ (film) 77: 1-13 5; 1-20 4
„Cat O‟ Nine Tails‟ (film) 73: 7-19 2
„Cat on a Hot Tin Roof‟ (play) 82: 2-18 1; 4-15 1; 4-22 3
Catalyst (group) 74: 10-17 1, 9
catalog, KSC‟s 83: 7-14 6
-, UNK undergraduate, initiation of charge for 90: 2-1 2
-, photography for 86: 2-6 4
Catch-A-Thief Program
         78: 8-31 5
         80: 10-16 4
„Catch the Spin Wheel‟ 2000: 3-9 4
Catchpool, Jason 98: 4-23 9
Cate, William 72: 4-6 2 LTE
catering 84: 2-23 5
Cathcart, Amy 91: 8-29 5 (P)
-, Sarah 99: 9-23 1
Cather, Stephanie 71: 10-7 3
-, Willa
         72: 4-13 5; 4-20 1
         74: 10-17 7
         91: 7-18 4, 5
Catholic Adoption Services 96: 4-11 4
Catholic Campus Ministry
         76: 9-16 1; 9-29 7
         77: 3-24 4
Catholic Center 77: 9-8 6; 9-29 8
Catholic Christian Center 76: 9-16 1
Catholic Church 2002: 3-7 3
Catlan, George (see also Catlin) 77: 9-22 1
Catlett, Jerry
         79: 9-6 10
         81: 11-5 1
         82: 4-22 1
-, Roberta 89: 5-4 2
-, Steve 88: 10-27 4
-, Todd 81: 4-23 9
Catlin, Cathy
         80: 11-13 2 LTE
         81: 2-19 2 LTE; 11-12 3 LTE
-, Elaine
         81: 4-30 1
         82: 4-29 1; 9-30 1; 10-7 2; 1-22 9
         83: 1-20 1; 4-21 2 LTE
         90: 8-30 4
-, George (see also Catlan)
         78: 4-27 1; 9-7 1
         2002: 9-5 2
-, Mike
         77: 9-8 13
         78: 1-19 7
         79: 2-1 13; 3-1 11; 3-15 11; 4-12 10; 4-26 8; 5-3 15
         80: 1-31 7
Caton, Bonita (see also Eaton) 74: 5-9 6
-, Veronica
         89: 9-7 8; 9-14 8; 9-21 8; 9-28 8, 9; 10-5 8; 10-12 8; 11-9 8; 11-16 9; 11-30 8; 12-7 8; 12-
                 14 9
         90: 1-18 8; 1-25 9; 2-1 9; 2-8 10; 2-15 11; 2-22 8; 3-1 8; 3-8 7 9; 3-29 7; 4-5 8; 4- 12 8; 4-
                 19 7; 5-3 8; 11-20 5 (P)
„Cats and Other Things‟ (art exhibit) 82: 2-11 1
Cattau, Isaac
         97: 9-25 5
         98: 9-3 8
         2000: 4-6 7; 9-7 5; 11-16 4 (P)
Cattleman‟s Mining Company (business)
         73: 6-21 2; 7-12 2
         76: 9-29 2
         78: 9-14 5; 11-2 4
         79: 1-26 7
         80: 9-11 1
         84: 2-2 4
         86: 2-13 5
         89: 2-9 12
Caty, Melisa 89: 10-5 2 (P)
Caufhold, Megan 2002: 9-12 8
Caughey, Megan 2002: 11-21 10
„Cause and Prevention of Human Aggression‟ (lecture) 88: 11-17 2; 12-1 2
Caution! (band) 86: 2-6 2; 2-13 2
Cautrell, Amy 92: 2-13 7; 2-27 7
Cavanaugh, Beverly 94: 9-29 2
-, Dan 79: 10-4 6
-, Jodee
         87: 9-24 2; 10-1 5
         88: 2-18 2; 2-25 11; 5-5 2; 9-8 13; 9-15 12; 9-29 10; 10-6 12; 10-12 12; 10-27 4; 11-3 6;
                 11-17 9, 10; 12-8 6, 10
         89: 1-12 4
-, John
         73: 11-29 5
         74: 1-17 4; 2-14 3
         75: 2-20 1; 2-27 3 (P); 3-20 3; 10-23 1
         76: 11-4 1
         79: 3-22 1
         85: 10-17 1
-, Tom 84: 9-25 1
Cavanee, Deb 74: 1-31 7
-, Tanner 2002: 9-12 8
Cavett, Dick 88: 10-27 2 (P); 11-3 4 (P)
Cawley, Gregg (Greg) 71: 1-7 1; 3-11 1 (P); 3-25 5
Cawse, Marietta Rapetti 86: 2-27 12 (P)
Cawthra, Skyler 2001: 1-18 7
Cayman Islands, trip to 78: 2-2 1
CD courses
         94: 9-29 11; 11-10 1
         95: 2-9 1; 3-9 1; 8-31 2
         96: 9-12 7
         97: 12-11 10
         99: 9-16 2
CD-ROM, Museum of Nebraska Art collection on 96: 1-25 6
Ceani, Carl (see also Ciani) 82: 4-29 1
Cebrnic, Nebo 92: 8-27 12
Cecrle, Randy
         74: 11-21 1; 12-12 3
         75: 2-20 3; 3-6 1; 3-13 5; 3-20 1; 4-4 1; 4-17 1; 4-24 1; 5-1 1, 2 LTE; 8-29 7; 9-5 8
         76: 2-19 3; 4-29 3; 7-1 7
-, Roxie
         71: 9-23 4; 10-7 4
         72: 4-6 3
Cedar Point Biological Station 2002: 4-4 10
Ceder, Lori 91: 3-28 7; 4-4 7; 4-25 7
Cederburg, Scott
         87: 10-29 9
         88: 1-28 9; 12-8 8
         89: 1-19 8; 2-9 10; 3-16 8
         90: 9-6 5 (P); 11-8 9 (P)
         91: 2-14 7; 4-18 5 (P); 5-2 5 (P)
Cederlind, Lisa 93: 10-21 6
„Celebrate Africa‟ 2002: 3-14 8
„Celebrate UNK‟ 99: 4-22 2; 4-29 3
„Celebrating a Visit to Planet Earth‟ (art exhibit) 76: 11-11 5
 „Celebrating Excellence‟ luncheon 2002: 4-18 2
„Celebration‟ (play)
         72: 9-7 3; 10-19 9; 11-2 1; 11-16 1; 11-30 1, 2
         87: 12-3 2
         88: 2-4 2; 2-11 1
Celebration Ministries 90: 4-12 10; 9-20 1
Celebrities for McGovern 72: 4-20 1
Celebrity Auction 2001: 11-15 2; 11-29 2; 12-6 2, 8; 12-13 11
Celebrity Gold Tournament 96: 2-8 16
„Celebrity Skin‟ 98: 9-10 6
„Celestial Circus‟ (dance show) 79: 10-28 1
Celestin, Lisa 97: 3-6 1
Celis, Jorge 92: 3-5 2 (P)
cell phones 98: 4-2 4
Celli, Redo
         89: 11-2 9
         90: 12-13 7 (P)
Cement Tricycle (group) 71: 10-28 4
Cemi:Kolons (group) 99: 2-25 6
CENCHEC/NE Area Agency on Aging 81: 1-22 3
censorship
         91: 10-3 5
         92: 10-15 4
         95: 10-19 1
         2001: 4-5 7
                  see also         Posting Policy
                                   „Tis Pity She‟s a Whore‟ (play)
census see United States Census
Centennial Towers East
         74: 12-12 8
         80: 9-18 8; 10-2 6
           84: 9-13 2
           85: 2-5 12; 2-26 1
           99: 4-1 1
-, Big Hair Contest in 90: 3-1 1
-, charity work of 94: 4-7 1
-, exercise program of 84: 1-26 8
-, fire alarm in 73: 9-20 3
-, fire alarm malfunction in 83: 10-20 1
-, fire alarm system in 2001: 4-19 7
-, flood in 79: 1-11 1
-, improvements in 72: 2-3 4
-, landscaping around 2001: 4-19 7
-, new furniture in 97: 11-6 4
-, open visitation in
           97: 3-6 4
           98: 4-30 4
-, participation in Bike Bowl by
           94: 4-28 1
           95: 4-13 2
-, power outage in 88: 8-25 1
-, renovation of
           86: 7-10 5
           98: 2-19 1
-, search for house mother for 80: 4-24 6
-, social in 95: 3-16 2; 3-30 10
-, sponsorship of Clean Up Kearney Day by 94: 10-13 12
-, sponsorship of dance by 81: 4-9 1
-, sponsorship of Homecoming royalty candidate by
           85: 10-17 2
           89: 10-19 1
           90: 10-11 1
-, sponsorship of Masquerade Dance by 87: 1-29 2
-, sponsorship of Pride Day by 84: 9-25 10
-, sponsorship of rummage sale by 81: 9-10 1
-, vending machines in 96: 3-28 8
Centennial Towers East Hall Council 97: 5-1 1
Centennial Towers East Hall Council Big Hair Contest 93: 4-1 9
Centennial Towers West
           72: 11-9 12
           73: 4-19 3
           80: 10-2 6
           99: 4-1 1
-, arm wrestling contest in 94: 9-15 11
-, charity programs of 94: 4-7 1
-, drawings on walls of 91: 12-13 5
-, evacuation of 85: 9-12 1
-, exercise program of 84: 1-26 8
-, faculty member living in 91: 2-7 12
-, failure of electricity in 85: 9-12 1
-, fall in elevator shaft of 78: 12-7 7
-, fire alarm system in 2001: 4-19 7
-, fire in
           73: 5-3 1
           84: 5-3 1
           2000: 3-2 1
-, flood in
          94: 8-25 1
          95: 1-19 11
-, fundraising cookbook sale by 80: 11-6 1
-, improvements in 72: 2-3 4
-, landscaping around 2001: 4-19 7
-, loss of heat in 92: 11-5 10
-, masquerade ball sponsored by 78: 10-26 1
-, new furniture in 97: 11-6 4
-, power outage in 88: 8-25 1
-, sponsorship of dance by 86: 9-11 2
-, sponsorship of Dating Game by 87: 2-12 5
-, sponsorship of Homecoming royalty candidate by 895: 10-17 2
-, switching to coed of 90: 4-19 1; 8-30 11
-, winning of Mocktail Contest by 92: 11-5 10
Centennial Towers West Scholarship
          71: 5-6 1
          72: 4-27 1
          73: 5-3 3
Center for Continuing Education 73: 1-18 5; 4-5 4; 7-26 1; 10-11 1
Center for Economic Education, fellowships of 72: 4-20 1
Center for Great Plains Studies 92: 11-12 11
-, art collection of 92: 11-12 11
Center for Nebraska Studies (see also Center of Nebraska Studies) 74: 4-25 3
Center for Rural Affairs 74: 11-14 5
Center for Rural Economic Development 88: 4-21 14
Center for Rural Education and Small Schools 84: 5-3 8; 6-21 3
Center for Rural Research 91: 1-31 11
Center for Small Business
          73: 12-13 1
          74: 4-11 6; 4-25 5; 5-2 7; 7-26 7; 9-12 3
          75: 2-6 3; 4-4 3; 4-24 3
Center for Small Businesses 74: 7-11 8
Center for Students With Disabilities 85: 1-29 4
Center for Teaching Excellence, budget cuts affecting 2002: 9-19 9
Center for Vocational and Technical Education
          72: 3-9 1
          73: 1-18 1; 6-28 4; 10-11 3; 11-29 8
-, receipt of grant by 73: 1-25 4
Center for Vocational Education
          86: 9-11 2
          88: 9-15 2
          91: 10-3 10
Center for Vocational Technical Education 74: 1-31 3; 11-6 3
Center of Nebraska Studies (see also Center for Nebraska Studies) 73: 6-28 1
Center of Vocational Educa;tion 72: 1-13 1
Center Stage Stereo (business) 90: 11-20 13
Centers for Disease Control 92: 11-5 2; 11-12 1
Central America 88: 4-18 5; 4-28 7
Central Community College
          94: 10-20 1
          2002: 4-25 2
Central Contracting Corporation (business)
          90: 9-13 6
          95: 2-9 11
Central Barber Shop (business) 83: 4-28 Accent 4
Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors 80: 11-6 1
Central Contracting Company (business) 81: 1-15 1
Central Elementary School, summer program at 78: 7-20 5
Central Intelligence Agency 86: 9-11 1
Central Interstate Low-Level Radioactive Waste Compact 89: 11-30 1
Central Missouri State University 79: 11-8 3
-, department head visit to 75: 11-6 4
Central Nebraska Alliance for the Mentally Ill 93: 10-7 6
Central Nebraska Association for the Education of Young Children 77: 1-13 1; 10-6 6
Central Nebraska Broadcasting 93: 8-26 8
Central Nebraska Business Workshop 71: 4-1 5
Central Nebraska College of Practical Nursing 72: 3-9 4
Central Nebraska Community Health and Education Committee (CNCHEC) 75: 11-13 3
Central Nebraska Community Health and Education Corporation 74: 12-5 4; 12-12 3
Central Nebraska Community Health Education Center 74: 9-19 6
Central Nebraska Community Health Education Commission 80: 9-25 3
Central Nebraska Community Health Education Corporation
         73: 1-18 1; 4-12 6
         74: 4-4 8; 9-26 5; 10-10 5; 10-17 3, 9; 12-19 3
         75: 10-2 3
         77: 3-24 7
         78: 4-6 5
         80: 1-31 3
Central Nebraska Council on Alcoholism 90: 10-25 6
Central Nebraska Family Planning Program 75: 11-6 1
Central Nebraska Goodwill Industries 84: 10-18 6
Central Nebraska Hispanic Awareness Center 94: 1-27 2; 4-7 10
Central Nebraska Indoor Rifle League 73: 12-6 5
Central Nebraska Junior Academy of Science 74: 2-28 3
Central Nebraska Peacemakers 75: 4-24 3
Central Nebraska Powerlifting Club 80: 10-9 8
Central Nebraska Public Power and Irrigation District 2002: 9-26 8
Central Nebraska Regional Science Congress 80: 2-28 4
Central Nebraska Regional Science Fair 71: 4-1 5
Central Nebraska Rifle League 78: 1-26 3
Central Plains Collegiate Rodeo Association 71: 9-3 7
Central Platte Natural Resources District 74: 4-11 3
Central Platte Resource District 81: 11-5 3
Central Square Counseling Center
         88: 9-29 11
         89: 4-27 6
Central State Colleges and Universities 72: 5-4 4
Central States Intercollegiate Conference
         88: 2-4 9; 11-10 7
         92: 2-27 8
Central States Winter Baseball Clinic 79: 1-18 10
Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies 97: 3-20 4
Centrex telephone system 71: 12-16 3
Century 21 (business)
         89: 8-31 12
         93: 10-21 1
         94: 12-1 1
Century 21 Midlands (business) 96: 9-12 4
Century Club 79: 1-11 4
Cepel, Ken 2001: 2-15 1
Ceprnic, Nebojsa
         93: 11-18 1
          95: 1-26 2 (P); 3-16 10
Ceramics Association 80: 10-9 3
Ceramics Club
          76: 4-23 3
          80: 5-1 1
          83: 5-5 7
          91: 11-21 11
          2002: 12-5 6
ceramics laboratory 78: 2-16 3
ceramics sale 76: 12-2 3; 12-9 3
cereal box characters 96: 1-18 5
cerebral palsy, fundraiser by Ludden Hall for 75: 12-11 3
Cerebral Palsy Telethon
          73: 12-13 1, 5
          74: 1-17 4; 12-5 4; 12-12 1
          75: 1-16 1
Cerebral Palsy Walkathon 75: 9-18 3; 10-2 3
Cerny, Diane 77: 12-8 8
-, Joni 2002: 4-18 4
certification requirements, change in 79: 11-1 5
Cervantes, Ida 90: 11-1 5 (P)
-, Jamie 90: 11-1 5
-, Mary 2000: 2-10 8
-, Lucan 99: 2-4 2
-, Victor
          80: 3-13 1
          98: 4-24 9
          2000: 4-20 4
Cervenka, Joe 78: 2-16 5
Cesar Chavez National Holiday Committee 2002: 9-26 2; 10-3 2
Cesare, Ceclilia 98: 2-12 6 (P)
Chace, Deb 78: 3-16 8
Chacon, Lil
          81: 11-19 2 LTE
          82: 4-15 5
Chada, Michelle 91: 10-17 3 LTE
Chadderdon, Lester E (see also Chadderon)
          72: 8-31 2 (P)
          76: 6-17 1
Chadderon, Lester (see also Chadderdon) 74: 4-4 1
Chadraba, Peter
          75: 8-29 3
          77: 3-31 7; 9-1 8
Chadron State College
          73: 9-6 2
          74: 4-4 1
          77: 1-27 1
          78: 9-7 3
          80: 11-20 1, 4
          88: 1-14 1; 2-18 1
-, installation of condom machines at 88: 2-4 1
Chaffin, Gerald 73: 2-22 1
Chagnon, Jason 95: 2-9 10
chain letters 80: 2-7 1; 3-6 1
Chaiwonkeo, Suradej „Dan‟ 89: 5-4 10 (P)
Chalfant, James 75: 3-6 4; 4-4 4
Chalise, Pramod 94: 9-29 11; 11-17 6 (P)
chalking see sidewalks, chalking of
Challeen, Dennis 83: 7-28 6
Challenger (spacecraft) 96: 2-2 1, 4
Challenger disaster 86: 1-30 1
Challgren, Donna 89: 9-28 4 (P)
Chally, Dave
           93: 1-28 1, 12
           98: 8-27 4
Chalupa, Brenda 78: 10-26 6
- Jill 89: 12-14 4, 6
Chamber Choir Dinner Concert 97: 12-11 2
Chamber of Commerce 72: 7-20 4
Chamber Orchestra 77: 3-3 3
Chamber Singers
           71: 1-14 3; 3-18 7; 3-25 3; 4-22 4; 5-6 1; 11-4 4
           72: 3-9 5; 3-16 5; 8-31 5; 11-2 6; 11-16 8
           73: 1-11 1; 3-8 1; 3-29 5; 8-30 6; 9-13 8; 11-7 4, 5; 12-13 4
           74: 1-31 5; 3-21 3; 3-28 3; 9-5 4; 11-14 4; 12-12 3
           75: 3-13 4; 8-29 10; 9-25 8; 11-13 3
           76: 3-25 3; 11-11 1, 3; 12-9 3
           77: 3-24 3, 5; 4-28 1, 10; 9-1 4; 11-10 3, 7
           78: 3-30 1; 4-6 3, 4; 4-20 3, 5; 5-4 9; 11-9 1, 3; 12-14 1
           79: 3-22 9; 11-8 3
           80: 3-6 1; 4-24 1; 11-6 1
           81: 1-15 1; 3-26 1; 11-12 1, 3
           82: 4-15 1, 3; 9-2 1; 9-23 7; 12-9 1, 8
           83: 11-10 1
           84: 9-13 13; 11-8 18; 12-13 14
           85: 3-28 7; 11-7 2; 12-12 2
           86: 11-6 2; 12-4 2; 12-11 2
           87: 4-2 2; 4-16 2; 11-12 2; 12-10 2
           88: 4-7 5; 11-10 2
           89: 3-16 2; 11-9 6; 12-14 2, 6
           90: 3-8 6
-, list of members of 71: 9-23 5
Chamberlain, Doug (see also Chamberlin)
           99: 3-25 5; 4-22 5
           2000: 4-27 10
           2001: 4-5 5
-, Robert F
           77: 5-5 1
           80: 10-16 1
Chamberlin, Doug (see also Chamberlain) 98: 1-29 1 (P)
-, Norma 80: 10-9 4
Chambers, Becky 82: 4-29 1 (P); 10-28 1
-, Craig 71: 10-21 4
-, Ernest (Ernie)
           71: 4-20 12
           74: 10-24 1 (P); 11-14 1
           76: 3-18 1
           79: 4-5 8
           80: 4-24 1; 10-9 1; 10-23 1 (P)
           81: 1-22 10; 2-26 1
           85: 2-21 1; 2-28 1 (P), 12; 10-17 1
           87: 3-5 1
         88: 9-22 1
         89: 4-20 1; 5-4 6 (P)
         91: 3-28 1
         92: 4-9 4
         99: 2-4 1
-, Melissa 96: 11-14 10
-, Mike
         80: 1-24 7; 2-14 7; 2-21 8; 2-28 11; 4-24 8; 5-1 9
         81: 1-29 7; 2-5 9; 2-12 9; 3-5 9
         82: 2-11 9 (P); 2-18 11; 4-1 10; 9-2 4 (P)
         83: 1-27 7; 2-3 9; 4-6 7
Chaminade University, exchange program with 77: 11-10 1
Champlin, Dustin 97: 4-3 8
Champion, Kim 91: 12-13 11
Champoux, Sara
         93: 3-11 7
         94: 4-7 8; 4-14 2 (P)
         95: 4-6 7
         96: 1-25 7
CHAMPS (Choosing Healthy Avenues and Maintaining a Plan for Success) 96: 2-8 15; 2- 15 11;
         2-22 9; 4-4 9; 4-11 11; 4-18 10; 4-25 17; 8-29 13; 9-12 13; 9-19 11
Chancellor, Jeremy
         99: 2-25 7; 4-1 9 (P); 4-15 5
         2000: 1-20 5; 1-27 8; 2-10 5; 3-2 5
         2001: 2-8 6; 2-15 5; 4-19 5
         2002: 5-2 8
-, Joel 2001: 4-26 7
-, John 2002: 4-4 6
chancellor, search for 93: 1-21 1; 2-4 1; 4-8 1; 4-15 2
Chancellor for a Day (contest) 95: 1-26 10; 3-2 1; 3-16 4
„Chancellors‟ (band) see „The Chancellors‟ (band)
Chancellor‟s Admissions Committee 92: 2-20 1
Chancellor‟s Advisory Committee
         92: 3-5 1
         99: 10-14 2
Chancellor‟s Advisory Committee on Minority Affairs 91: 12-13 13
-, formation of 91: 11-7 1
Chancellor‟s Advisory Council 97: 10-16 1, 4
Chancellor‟s Ambassadors (before 7-1-91 see Ambassadors)
         92: 1-23 6; 2-13 12; 2-20 10
         95: 3-16 10; 4-13 2; 11-16 6
         96: 2-22 9; 2-29 9; 3-7 9
         97: 2-6 2
         98: 2-26 2; 3-5 2; 3-12 2; 3-19 2; 4-2 2; 11-19 4
         99: 3-11 2
         2000: 3-2 2; 3-9 2; 3-23 2
         2001: 2-1 2; 2-8 2; 3-1 2; 3-8 2
Chancellor‟s Commencement Committee 93: 4-8 2
Chancellor‟s Committee for Young People 2001: 1-25 7
Chancellor‟s Committee on Minority Affairs
         93: 2-11 4
         96: 3-28 2; 4-4 2; 4-18 2
Chancellor‟s Committee on Multicultural Affairs 96: 11-7 9; 11-14 9; 11-21 11
Chancellor‟s Committee on Undergraduate Admissions 92: 4-23 1
Chancellor‟s office, improvements in 2002: 5-2 1, 12
Chancy‟s Restaurant (business) 83: 9-22 6
Chandler, Chris 99: 1-28 5
Chaney, Coby (see also Channey)
          92: 8-27 8
          95: 1-19 10; 1-26 7; 3-2 8; 3-9 8; 9-28 8
-, Greg
          75: 11-6 4
          76: 7-22 2
          77: 2-3 1 (P), 3; 2-17 3
-, Jack 76: 9-29 8
-, Larry
          73: 11-1 7
          74: 4-25 5
-, Mark
          79: 11-1 9
          80: 11-6 9
-, Sherrill 92: 9-17 15 (P)
Chang, Danny 92: 2-13 4
-, Fenia 98: 10-8 6; 10-15 6
„Change and Adjustment‟ (program) 94: 11-17 2
Changing Mosaic see „The Changing Mosaic…‟
„Changing Scene for Women‟ (workshop) 74: 12-12 1
„Changing Scenes for Women‟ (workshop)
          80: 1-31 1
          81: 2-5 1
Channer, Bev
          84: 12-11 7
          85: 3-26 5; 4-11 13
Channey, Coby (see also Chaney) 92: 9-17 8
Chanowski, Bob 86: 11-13 2
Chantilly Bridal and Tux Shop (business) 89: 4-6 6
Chantilly Bridal Boutique (business)
          80: 3-27 Encounter 2, 3
          83: 2-24 7
          85: 4-2 10, 12, 13, 16
          86; 2-27 6, 8
          87: 2-26 6, 10
          88: 2-4 6
          89: 4-6 8
          90: 3-8 5
          91: 4-4 4
          92: 2-6 5
Chanukah
          88: 12-1 2, 4
          93: 12-9 9
Chaparral Girl Scout Council 78: 1-19 1
Chapel, Ryan 96: 4-18 6 (P)
Chapella, Deb 82: 12-9 1
Chapin, Harry 76: 3-18 4 (P); 3-25 4 (P)
-, Jodi 87: 10-22 6
-, Melissa 94: 3-17 7
-, Phil 2000: 10-12 4 (P)
Chappell, John 98: 4-23 8
-, Kristin 2000: 8-31 4
Chapman, Amy H
          88: 7-21 1; 7-28 1; 8-4 1; 8-25 1; 9-1 1; 9-15 1; 12-1 1
          89: 1-26 10; 3-16 6; 8-31 18
          91: 11-7 2; 11-21 1
-, Emily 92: 10-22 11
-, Frank 72: 3-10 11; 10-12 7; 10-19 5
-, Graham 88: 4-7 2; 4-14 2 (P)
-., Jerry 71: 9-9 1
-, Joe
          71: 1-7 5; 4-29 3
          72: 3-16 6
-, Judy 88: 9-15 1
-, Justin
          93: 9-2 12
          95: 4-27 10 (P)
-, Mike 73: 4-12 1
-, Randy 88: 9-15 1
Chapman-Wendell, Kristeen
          89: 4-20 1 (P), 4 (P)
          95: 4-27 9 (P)
Chapp, Frederick E (Fred)
          71: 1-7 2; 1-14 2; 2-4 2, 6; 2-11 2, 6; 2-18 2, 8; 2-25 2; 3-4 2; 3-11 2, 6; 3-18 2, 8 (P); 3-
                  25 2; 4-1 2; 4-15 3; 4-22 2; 4-29 2; 5-6 2, 3; 5-13 2; 10-14 6; 10-21 4; 11-4 6; 12-
                  2 4; 12-9 7; 12-16 1
          72: 1-20 3, 5
Chapparal Poets 88: 10-6 13
Chappelear, Christy 95: 9-28 12
-, Dan
          72: 2-24 6; 3-23 6; 5-4 6; 10-19 10; 10-26 7
          73: 2-22 6; 3-1 Fashion 14; 3-29 8; 4-3 10; 4-26 1; 5-10 7; 6-21 2; 6-28 2; 7-5 2; 7-12 2;
                  7-19 2; 7-26 2; 8-30 2 (P), 9; 9-6 2, 6; 9-13 2, 6; 9-20 2, 7; 9-27 2, 10; 10-4 2, 6;
                  10-11 2, 6; 10-18 2, 6; 10-25 2; 11-1 2, 9; 11-7 2; 11-15 2, 5; 11-29 2; 12-6 1, 2,
                  7; 12-13 2; 12-20 2
Chappell, John (Jon)
          71: 7-15 1 (P), 3
          73: 10-4 1 (P)
          91: 8-29 9
          92: 4-16 1; 10-8 9
          93: 10-14 7
„Chapter Two‟ (play) 82: 3-4 1
Charbonneau, Trevor 2002: 11-7 5; 11-14 4; 11-21 6; 12-12 4, 5
chariot races 92: 10-8 13; 10-15 14; 10-22 5
„Chariots of Fire‟ (film) 82: 4-15 1; 4-22 1; 9-9 1, 5
Charismatic Renewal 72: 3-23 3
Charity (group) 71: 11-18 1
Charland, Amy
          98: 12-3 7
          99: 4-15 2
          2000: 4-20 6
Charlebois, Jeff 94: 9-22 1; 10-6 11 (P)
Charles, Martin 74: 8-29 1
Charles G Pickens Scholarship Improvement Award 71: 5-20 3
Charles Goren Intercollegiate Bridge Tournament 71: 5-6 4; 5-13 4
Charles Stevenson Hustle Award 78: 3-30 8
Charleston, Mike
          83: 9-15 5; 9-29 9; 10-6 7; 10-13 9; 10-20 5; 11-10 5; 11-17 Accent 2, 5; 12-2 8; 12-8 4
          84: 1-26 7; 2-2 7; 2-9 8; 2-16 3; 2-23 6; 3-1 1; 3-23 1; 3-29 7; 4-5 4; 4-26 4, 8, Accent 1,
                  2, 7; 5-3 10; 8-30 1, 4, 6, 12, 25, 27; 9-6 2, 4, 17 (P); 9-13 4, 8; 9-20 4; 9-25 3; 9-
                  27 1, 4; 10-2 3; 10-4 4; 10-9 1, 3; 10-11 3, 4; 10-16 3; 10-18 4; 10-23 3; 11-1 4;
                  11-6 3; 11-8 1, 4; 11-13 3; 11-15 1, 4, 9; 11-29 3, 4; 12-4 3, 12, 15; 12-6 4, 9; 12-
                  11 3; 12-13 4
          85: 1-15 3, 12; 1-17 4; 1-22 3; 1-29 3; 1-31 1, 4; 2-5 2, 3; 2-7 4; 2-12 3; 2-14 4; 2-19 2,
                  10; 2-21 3; 2-26 9; 2-28 3; 3-5 3, 12; 3-21 4; 3-25 2; 3-28 3; 4-2 2; 4-11 4; 4-16 2,
                  9; 4-18 4; 4-23 2; 4-25 4; 4-30 1, 2; 5-2 4, 9; 9-19 2
„Charley‟s Aunt‟ (play) 95: 11-11 2; 11-16 9
Charley‟s Villa Plaza (business) 75: 1-23 3
Charlie Brown (cartoon character) 75: 9-18 10
Charlie Chan Film Festival 73: 4-26 4
Charlie Foster Classic 2002: 2-7 5
Charlie Foster Track Scholarship for Men and Women 77: 3-3 6
Charlie Tuna 77: 6-23 7
Charlie‟s Angels see        cross country
                            track and field
„Charlie‟s Angels‟ (TV show) 2000: 11-9 5
Charlie‟s Chicks (intramural softball team) 73: 5-10 7
Charney, David 76: 2-19 7
Chartered Life Underwriters, qualifying exam for 73: 3-29 5
Chartered Property Casualty Underwriters, qualifying exam for 73: 3-29 5
Chartwell‟s Food Service (business)
          97: 3-20 5; 9-4 12; 12-4 6
          98: 3-5 3
          99: 3-25 2
          2000: 9-7 8; 11-30 1, 3
          2002: 9-5 1
Chase, Alice 71: 3-11 3; 4-1 4; 9-23 1; 9-30 5
-, Julie 94: 10-20 12
-, Rob (Robb)
          82: 4-1 1
          89: 2-16 8; 2-23 9
          90: 4-26 7; 9-13 10; 9-20 10; 10-11 7
-, Robert (Bob)
          71: 7-29 3
          73: 11-29 4
          74: 3-7 5; 11-21 5
          78: 4-27 1 (P); 12-14 1
          79: 5-3 1; 9-6 5; 11-8 6
          80: 4-24 3; 8-28 3
          81: 2-12 1 (P); 9-17 1 (P); 10-1 1, 4
          82: 9-30 1
          83: 3-17 4
-, William 90: 8-30 11
-, William Merritt 94: 4-28 2
Chasek, Jerry 91: 9-19 6
Chatelain, Mary Jo 90: 2-1 12
-, Steve 86: 4-17 6
Chautauqua
          76: 4-8 4; 4-15 6; 6-17 1
          87: 9-3 2
Chavanu, Chris (see also Chavenu)
          99: 3-11 6
          2000: 8-31 7
          2001: 10-11 2
-, Dawn 89: 10-12 6
-, Jacki 83: 11-17 7 (P)
Chavenu, Chris (see also Chavanu) 2001: 12-13 6 (P)
Chaves, Cynthia (see also Chavez) 75: 11-6 3
Chavet, Craig 85: 3-5 10
Chavez, Adele 77: 9-15 3
-, Camille 91: 4-11 11; 8-29 6
-, Cynthia (see also Chaves) 73: 5-3 3
-, Jeane 78: 4-13 3 (P)
-, Leo 93: 4-1 12
-, Xavier
          74: 11-21 5
          77: 12-8 8
          88: 3-17 2; 3-24 2
          93: 10-28 10
          94: 10-13 14; 12-1 1, 4
          95: 2-16 8; 2-23 8; 3-2 8; 3-9 1, 10; 3-16 13; 4-6 12; 4-13 12; 4-27 15; 8-24 14; 8- 31 13;
                    9-14 10; 9-21 12; 9-28 12; 10-5 16; 10-12 14; 10-19 10; 10-26 11; 11-2 10; 11-11
                    10; 11-16 14; 11-30 11; 12-7 19
          96: 1-18 9; 1-25 9; 2-2 9; 2-8 15
          97: 10-2 8
          98: 9-3 10
          2001: 2-1 1; 10-18 8
          2002: 2-14 7
„Cheap Eats‟ (play) 98: 4-30 11
Cheap Trick (group)
          79: 10-11 3
          84: 9-27 3; 10-4 12; 10-9 1
          85: 11-7 6
Cheapelle, Deb 81: 2-12 1
cheating see academic cheating; academic dishonesty; plagiarism
check cashing service
          72: 4-20 1
          74: 12-19 1
          75: 1-16 1; 1-30 1; 12-4 7
          76: 9-23 4
          77: 9-1 8
          78: 2-16 5; 9-28 8
checkbook management 94: 9-15 14
checkbooks, balancing of 82: 3-18 4
checking accounts
          80: 9-4 1
          81: 1-22 6
          92: 2-13 11
          93: 9-30 10
Check-Rite 81: 3-19 1
checks, bounced 81: 3-19 1
-, difficulties in cashing 75: 9-11 1
-, KSC fee for returned 86: 4-10 4
Chedester, Stacy 87: 9-3 1
Chee, Kenneth (Ken)
          78: 10-26 Encounter 2
          79: 3-29 9
          81: 9-17 6 (P)
„Cheech and Chong‟s Nice Dreams‟ (film) 82: 9-16 1, 5
Cheela, Tebogo
          88: 9-22 5 (P)
          89: 6-22 2
cheerleader camps
        80: 7-10 3
        82: 7-15 4
        83: 6-30 1; 7-21 3
        84: 4-12 9
        91: 9-1 1
cheerleaders see Spirit Squad
cheerleading clinic
        74: 4-11 3; 9-12 3, 5
        86: 7-24 7
        88: 6-30 1
CHEERS (Changing Habits Early Equals Rewards Sooner)
        93: 2-25 1; 4-15 1, 11
        94: 9-15 10
        95: 4-6 2
        97: 1-30 10
Chehey, Janice
        86: 7-17 8
        88: 2-4 6 (P)
Chelf, Kris
        80: 4-24 7 (P)
        86: 9-18 5
„Chemical Brothers‟ 2002: 2-7 4, 7
Chemical Rubber Company Science Award 71: 5-6 2
„Chemistry and Biological Effects of Pollutants‟ (course) 71: 11-18 3
Chemistry Spectacular (program) 2002: 9-19 2, 7
Chen, Tai Chu 72: 3-10 9, 10
-, Xiangning 91: 8-29 1
CHENCEC 7: 3-17 3
Cheney, Sarah
        72: 9-21 6; 11-30 8
        73: 3-8 1; 4-12 5; 5-3 1; 11-29 8
Cheng, Gregory (Greg)
        71: 2-18 2; 2-25 4; 3-11 3; 3-25 6; 4-15 1, 4; 4-22 5; 5-6 2, 3; 5-13 6; 5-20 6; 7-1 2; 9-1 6;
                 9-16 8; 9-23 6; 9-30 6; 10-7 6; 10-14 6; 10-21 6; 11-4 6; 11-18 6
        72: 3-10 5; 3-23 6; 4-13 6; 4-20 8; 4-27 1, 6; 5-4 6; 9-7 4, 5; 9-14 6; 9-21 8; 9-28 5, 8, 9;
                 10-12 9; 10-19 10 (P), 11; 10-26 7; 11-2 9; 11-16 6, 7
        73: 9-13 6
        76: 9-29 10
        77: 12-8 12, 17
        78: 11-30 10
        79: 9-20 Encounter 8
        80: 9-25 11
Chens, Three Hanging 93: 4-1 11
Chernenko, Konstantin 84: 2-16 1
Cherny, Dianne 78: 10-26 6
Cherres, Jose
        97: 9-25 1; 10-30 8
        98: 3-12 4
        99: 4-22 2
Cherry, Dorothy 73: 10-11 5
-, Mike
        74: 8-29 7
        75: 9-18 8; 10-17 8; 10-30 9
        76: 1-15 6; 3-18 7; 4-15 4; 4-23 7; 4-29 6; 9-2 15; 9-9 12; 12-9 9
        77: 1-27 8; 2-3 6; 2-24 8; 3-3 4; 4-14 6; 4-21 9; 9-1 11; 9-15 9; 9-29 6; 10-27 9; 11-3 9;
                 11-10 11; 12-8 12
          78: 1-19 7; 1-26 4; 2-2 9; 2-16 3; 2-23 8; 3-8 10; 4-13 7; 8-31 15
          80: 2-28 11
-, Sheila 78: 3-8 6
-, Vi 94: 10-6 1
Chesebrough, Ralph (see also Chesebrouh) 74: 10-3 1
Chesebrouh, Ralph (see also Chesebrough) 74: 9-26 6
Chesley, Lane
          75: 10-23 7
          76: 4-29 5, 6; 10-14 8
          77: 1-27 8; 2-3 6; 2-17 7; 2-24 8
          78: 3-8 10; 4-13 3 (P); 4-20 5
          80: 4-3 4
          81: 4-30 3
-, Melanie 81: 4-30 3
-, Steve 73: 4-19 8; 4-26 1
Chesney, Kenny
          99: 3-25 4; 4-1 6 (P)
          2002: 9-19 9 (P)
Chess Club
          72: 10-26 4
          73: 2-1 10
          74: 9-12 3; 9-19 6; 10-3 5; 10-10 5; 10-17 9; 10-24 4; 11-6 4; 11-14 4; 12-5 4; 12-12 3
          78: 1-19 5
chess tournament
          79: 1-11 1; 1-18 3; 1-26 3
          80: 1-24 3
Chesser, Barbara Jo 75: 10-23 4
Chessmore, Todd 80: 6-19 7
Chester, Denise
          79: 8-30 13; 9-27 13; 10-4 9; 10-11 9; 10-28 6
          80: 1-31 7; 8-28 11
          81: 9-3 12; 9-10 9; 9-17 10; 9-24 9; 10-1 11; 10-8 11; 10-22 8; 11-12 9; 11-19 9
          82: 1-28 8; 2-4 10; 2-11 9; 2-25 10; 3-4 7; 3-25 7; 4-15 7; 4-22 12; 9-2 9
          83: 1-27 7; 2-24 10
Chestnutt, Rocky 79: 2-15 2 LTE
Chetboun, Vicki 73: 9-27 8
Cheterton, Charlie 76: 1-22 4
Chetri, Sudeep 98: 9-24 4
Cheun, Louis To Shin 72: 3-10 5
Cheung, Louis
          71: 5-6 2
          72: 2-24 4; 4-27 1
Cheuvront, Jeffre 90: 9-20 1
chewing tobacco 83: 5-5 6
Cheyenne Social Club 73: 11-15 4
Chezanowski, Rafal (see also Chrzanowski) 98: 2-26 6
Chezick, Kathy (see also Chizek) 74: 3-21 4
Chi Alpha Campus Ministries
          90: 4-12 10
          91: 10-10 16; 10-17 10; 10-31 12; 11-7 6; 11-14 10; 11-21 16; 12-5 16; 12-13 14
          92: 1-23 12; 1-30 14; 2-6 14; 3-19 10; 4-23 12; 4-30 14
          96: 9-12 13; 9-19 11; 9-26 9; 10-3 9; 10-10 11; 10-17 9; 10-24 11; 10-31 9; 11-7 9; 11-14
                  9; 11-21 11; 12-5 11; 12-12 15
          97: 1-23 9; 1-30 9; 2-6 13; 2-20 9; 2-27 9; 3-6 9; 3-13 11; 3-20 9; 4-3 9; 4-10 9; 4-17 15;4-
                  24 13; 5-1 19; 9-4 13; 9-11 9; 9-18 11; 9-25 9; 10-2 9; 10-9 9; 10-16 7; 10-23 13;
                  10-30 9; 11-6 7; 11-13 7; 11-20 5; 12-4 7; 12-11 13
          98: 1-15 7; 1-22 7; 1-29 9; 2-5 9; 2-12 9; 2-19 9; 2-26 7; 3-5 9; 3-12 6; 3-19 7; 4-2 7; 4-9
                   7; 4-16 7; 4-23 9; 4-30 15; 8-27 9; 9-3 9; 9-10 9; 9-24 9; 10-1 9; 10-8 11; 10-15
                   11; 10-29 11; 11-5 7; 11-12 9, 10; 11-19 9; 12-3 7; 12-10 13
Chi Omega
          71: 3-4 5; 3-25 4; 9-3 9; 9-23 1; 10-14 3; 10-21 4
          72: 1-13 3; 2-3 4; 2-10 4; 3-9 3; 3-16 5; 4-13 4; 4-20 6; 4-27 4; 9-28 5; 11-30 1
          73: 2-1 10; 3-8 1; 3-22 1; 3-29 10; 9-6 7
          74: 3-28 1; 9-5 4; 10-17 1
          75: 1-16 4; 1-30 4; 2-6 3; 2-13 5; 2-20 4; 2-27 3; 3-6 3; 3-13 4; 3-20 1; 4-4 8; 4-10 3; 4-17
                   3; 5-1 3; 8-29 6; 10-23 4
          76: 9-29 4; 10-14 3
          77: 3-31 6; 4-14 3
          78: 10-26 7
          79: 8-30 6; 11-15 1
          80: 9-25 3; 10-2 6, 7
          81: 9-24 6; 10-29 1
          83: 11-17 5
          84: 3-1 1; 5-3 11; 10-23 14, 15; 11-13 8; 6-23 2
          85: 3-26 1; 4-23 1; 4-30 1
          86: 9-11 6; 10-9 1
          87: 9-3 5
          88: 8-25 5
          89: 2-9 14; 8-31 1
          90: 8-30 5
          91: 1-31 11; 8-1 2; 8-29 1, 11, 14; 11-21 1
          92: 1-23 1
          94: 10-27 1
          95: 4-27 6; 9-14 4; 11-11 2
          96: 10-24 3
          97: 1-30 4; 2-20 5; 3-6 4; 5-1 17; 10-23 14; 10-30 1
          98: 8-27 6; 10-15 1
          2000: 8-31 6; 11-2 4, 8
          2001: 3-29 7
          2002: 9-26 2
-, charity work of
          73: 4-5 5
          89: 11-9 5
          92: 12-10 8
-, Easter egg sale of 71: 4-1 1
-, history of 87: 5-7 2
-, Little Brother – Little Sister program of 71: 12-9 3
-, participation in Bike Bowl by
          87: 4-2 1; 4-30 1
          88: 4-21 2
          89: 5-4 1
          90: 5-3 1
          91: 5-2 1
          92: 4-30 1
          93: 4-29 9
          95: 4-13 2
          97: 4-24 9
-, photo of house of 78: 2-23 5
-, projected occupation of pod housing by 89: 9-7 1
Chi Omega Cotillion Ball 73: 2-1 10
Chi Psi 71: 9-3 1-
Chi Rho Fellowship
          71: 4-15 3; 9-3 10; 11-4 4; 11-11 5
          75: 8-29 10
Chiang, Arthur Yao Po (Yaopo)
          78: 4-20 3; 8-31 11; 9-14 1; 12-14 Encounter 6
          79: 9-27 1; 11-1 5
          80: 8-28 3
-, Haidee 79: 9-27 1
Chiburis, Nick
          71: 2-11 2; 10-7 1; 10-14 1
          73: 3-22 1; 3-29 1
          74: 9-5 3
          81: 9-10 7
          86: 10-9 6
          87: 10-22 11
Chicago, study trip to 77: 4-14 3
Chicago Fine Arts Tour 82: 6-24 8
Chicago Muralists Association 74: 8-1 1
 „Chicano!‟ (film) 96: 4-18 2
Chicca, Robert 71: 11-4 5 (P); 11-11 1, 5; 11-18 4 (P)
Chick, Abandoned 73: 4-12 5
Chick, Carrie 2001: 2-1 8
-, Justin
          2001: 4-26 10
          2002: 4-4 10
Chick-Fil-A (business) 95: 8-25 4
chick flicks 2001: 11-8 4
Chicken Coop (business) 2002: 3-7 4; 4-11 1; 10-31 1, 8
Chickvaidze, David 88: 4-18 4
Chidister, M E 80: 11-20 Encounter 5
Chief Automotive Systems (business) 92: 10-15 11
Chief Seattle, Seattle, Washington, and the Spotted Owl Controversy (lecture) 93: 4-8 10
Chief Eagle, Dallas 93: 1-28 5 (P)
Chikuwa, Tendayi 90: 3-8 13
Chilcott, Brian
          97: 12-4 2 (P)
          2001: 12-13 13
child abuse
          78: 9-28 4
          79: 10-25 Encounter 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11
          90: 4-12 2
          94: 3-31 1
          2001: 3-8 1
Child Abuse Resource and Education Project 84: 9-25 9
Child Abuse Resource Education
          94: 4-7 10
          95: 9-28 10
Child Abuse – What To Look For and What To Do (workshop) 94: 11-10 12; 11-17 2
Child and Disabled Care Tax Credit 83; 6-30 7
child care see day care
Child Care Task Force 88: 9-8 2
Child Development Associate Consortium 77: 3-3 1
Child Development Center see Wilma A Larsen Child Development Center
Child Development Lab
          75: 10-2 4
          77: 12-1 7
          83: 2-24 8
          88: 9-8 2
          89: 3-2 9
          91: 10-10 6
          93: 9-30 1
„Child in a Violent Society: As Perpetrator, Witness or Victim‟ 97: 10-23 2
„Child of the Universe‟ (planetarium show) 81: 9-17 1
Childcare Development Center 2001: 12-6 2
Childers, Mary 80: 12-4 8
Childhood heroes 78: 10-26 5
„Children and Television‟ (TV show) 79: 9-20 Encounter 2
Children of Alcoholics 86: 4-24 6; 11-13 2
children of faculty as students 84: 1-26 5
Children‟s Heart Foundation
          89: 11-9 5
          90: 3-1 6; 3-29 12
Children‟s Museum see Kearney Area Children‟s Museum
Childrens Theatre 74: 11-6 4
Children‟s Wish Foundation see The Children‟s Wish Foundation
Childress, Bill
          93: 4-8 4; 11-4 9
          94: 1-20 1; 2-3 1
-, Brad 90: 6-14 6
-, John 94: 2-10 1; 10-20 4
-, Lisa
          90: 10-25 12
          91: 3-14 6 (P)
          92: 1-30 6; 2-6 11; 2-13 10; 3-12 4; 4-2 1; 4-16 9; 4-23 1
Childs, Christopher 90: 4-5 4
-, Don
          78: 6-15 1
          85: 7-2 7
-, Jason 93: 4-29 15
Childs, John T
          73: 9-27 1
          75: 2-6 1
-, Leslie 85: 7-2 7
„Child‟s Play‟ (play) 71: 11-4 4; 11-18 3
Chile
          87: 5-7 9
          90: 12-6 4
Chili Cookoff
          97: 2-6 11
          2002: 2-14 7
Chili Daze contest 96: 2-29 2
Chilling With Sundaes (event) 92: 8-27 17
Chilson, Jennifer 91: 10-10 4
Chilton, Richard 91: 10-3 5 (P)
China, Communist
          72: 3-10 15
          85: 6-18 2
-, Department of Geography trip to 88: 1-21 6
-, invasion of Vietnam by 79: 3-22 9
-, Nixon‟s trip to 72: 3-10 3
-, repression by 89: 9-28 10
-, slide show on 80: 10-9 1
-, study trip to
         79: 9-20 4
         87: 12-10 2
         88: 9-15 5
-, unrest in 89: 6-15 5
„China: The Roots of Madness‟ (film) 72: 11-16 4
 „Chinatown‟ (film) 78: 6-29 1
 „Chinese Culture and the Chinese New Year‟ 2002: 1-31 2
Chinese Golen Dragon Acrobats and Magicians of Taipei 92: 2-13 4
Chinese Graveyard 89: 10-19 5
Chinese Magic Revue (act) 93: 10-21 12; 10-28 10, 16
Chinese Magic Show 9act) 93: 11-4 10
Chinh, Joel Nathan 75: 4-24 1 (P)
Chinthiti, Miriam 99: 3-11 6 (P)
Chione, Lisa 93: 1-28 1, 12; 3-18 10
Chipps, Pam 92: 11-18 1
Chisholm, Shirley 72: 5-4 1
Chism, Gary 73: 10-25 5
„Chisum‟ (film) 72: 9-7 6
Chittenden, Ed E
         73: 4-26 1; 6-28 1
         75: 1-30 3
         76: 11-4 4
         79: 4-26 Encounter 2
-, Helen 79: 3-1 7
Chittenden, Stacy 87: 3-5 8
Chizek, Jerry 89: 2-23 1; 3-2 1
-, Katherine J (Cathy, Kathy) (see also Chezick)
         73: 1-18 4; 3-8 7; 3-22 7; 4-5 6; 4-26 6; 5-10 7; 9-13 4
         74: 2-28 1; 3-7 1; 3-21 1; 3-28 1 (P); 4-11 1; 4-18 6; 5-2 1; 9-5 1 (P); 9-26 2 LTE
         75: 2-27 9
         76: 1-15 6; 3-25 1
Chizel, Joe 73: 9-13 4
chlamydia 88: 11-17 9
Chloupek, Kevin
         87: 12-10 1, 4
         88: 4-7 1; 5-5 13
Chmelka, Jim 86: 4-3 5 (P)
Choate, Jason 92: 2-6 5 (P)
Chochon, Rick (Rich)
         82: 9-30 12
         85: 9-19 7; 11-7 9
         86: 8-28 7; 11-6 8
         87: 8-27 8
-, Scott 87: 8-27 8; 10-1 7; 10-8 8 (P)
-, Steve 88: 8-25 7; 9-8 7; 9-22 7; 10-6 7; 11-10 7
-, Vandee 99: 9-16 2 (P)
„Chocolat‟ (film) 97: 10-30 2
Chocon, Rick 85: 8-29 13 (P); 10-3 7 (P)
Choi, Young 94: 4-7 2
                    st
„Choices for the 21 Century‟ 99: 4-1 2
Choir 73: 4-19 1
Choirs Concert
         94: 10-6 12
         2002: 12-12 2
cholesterol 92: 1-30 13
Chomel, Hugues 84: 2-16 3
Chong, Hong Shee 89: 12-7 11
Choosing Healthy Avenues and Maintaining a Plan for Success see CHAMPS
Choquette, Creighton 72: 2-10 3
Choral Leadership Workshop
           91: 9-19 4
           99: 9-16 7
Choraleers
           71: 1-14 3; 4-15 1; 4-20 10; 4-29 5; 9-3 10; 12-2 4; 12-9 7; 12-16 1
           72: 3-10 10; 3-16 5; 4-6 5; 4-20 6; 5-4 1; 7-20 1; 8-31 5; 9-21 7; 11-16 8; 11-30 3
           73: 1-11 1; 4-3 8; 4-12 5; 5-3 7; 8-30 6; 9-13 8; 12-6 1, 3, 5; 12-13 4, 5
           74: 1-31 5; 4-4 5, 8; 4-25 5; 5-9 1; 9-5 4; 12-5 8; 12-12 5, 8
           75: 4-24 3, 8; 5-8 1; 8-29 10; 9-25 5, 8; 12-4 3, 7
           76: 11-18 3; 12-2 3
           77: 4-21 4, 5; 9-1 4; 11-10 12; 12-1 1
           78: 4-20 3, 10; 5-4 9; 12-7 6
           79: 5-3 1, 10; 11-29 1
           80: 4-3 1; 4-17 1; 5-1 4; 12-4 1, 8
           81: 1-15 1; 4-23 1; 12-3 1, 3
           82: 4-15 1; 4-22 1; 9-2 1; 9-23 7
           83: 2-10 1; 2-24 1; 3-17 4; 4-28 1; 5-5 1, 7; 11-17 7; 12-2 1; 12-8 1
           84: 2-16 1; 3-1 1; 4-26 7; 9-13 13; 11-1 23; 12-13 17
           85: 9-12 1; 9-26 6; 10-3 1; 11-21 1
           86: 11-20 2; 12-4 2
           87: 12-10 1, 2, 4
           88: 2-25 2
           89: 1-12 2; 3-2 1; 4-20 2; 9-14 11; 12-14 2, 6
           90: 9-27 12
           93: 12-9 2
           95: 4-27 2; 12-7 2
           96: 4-25 8; 9-26 1, 6; 10-17 2, 8; 11-21 2; 12-12 2
           97: 5-1 17; 10-23 12; 12-11 2
           98: 10-1 10
           99: 3-11 2; 9-16 8; 10-7 7; 12-2 7; 12-9 12
           2000: 10-5 7; 12-7 9, 11; 12-11 1, 4
           2001: 10-11 2; 10-18 4, 9; 12-13 13
           2002: 3-7 2 4, 9; 10-17 1
-, list of members of 71: 9-23 4
Chotoosingh, Nuvolari
           94: 2-10 4; 4-7 11 (P); 9-1 5; 9-15 6; 9-22 10; 10-6 10; 10-20 9; 11-3 4; 11-10 10; 11-17
                   1; 12-1 9; 12-8 4
           95: 2-2 10; 11-2 9
Chowdhury, Anwarul Karim 74: 4-1 6 (P)
Chramosta, Donna
           73: 10-11 3
           74: 11-14 4
Chramosta, Rick 87: 7-16 4
-, Vickie 84: 3-1 5; 3-23 7 (P)
Christ, Daryl S 74: 2-7 1
Christafari (band) 95: 10-12 1
Christen, Gina 89: 10-19 2 (P)
-, Jeanne
           84: 12-11 14
           85: 1-22 3; 1-29 11; 2-5 3; 2-14 9; 2-26 8; 2-28 6; 3-21 2; 3-26 9; 4-2 12, 13; 4-11 10; 4-
                   18 6; 5-2 6
-, Jeanne 90: 6-28 8; 7-19 4 (P)
Christen, Mark 72: 1-13 4
Christenbury, Leila 98: 10-29 2; 11-5 2
Christensen, Andrea 94: 11-3 2 (P)
-, Anna (see also Christenson)
         72: 11-30 7
         73: 2-22 6; 3-1 6; 4-26 6; 5-10 6; 12-13 6; 12-20 5
         74: 1-17 7; 1-24 4; 1-31 6; 2-7 9; 2-28 4; 4-18 6; 4-25 6; 5-2 9; 11-21 8; 12-12 7; 12-19 5
         75: 2-6 6; 3-13 6; 5-8 6, 8; 12-4 8; 12-11 11
         76: 1-15 7; 2-12 8; 2-19 7; 2-26 8
-, Anne
         73: 5-3 11
         74: 2-21 6; 4-4 6
-, Annie 75: 2-13 8
-, Barb 71: 1-7 5
-, Carla 84: 11-8 20
-, Carole
         72: 11-16 3
         73: 1-11 4
-, Christy 71: 5-6 1
-, Courtney 94: 9-1 5
-, Cynthia (Cindy) 71: 2-25 4; 3-4 1; 3-18 1; 4-1 4; 5-13 4
-, Dan 80: 10-23 6
-, Dave
         78: 12-14 3
         93: 4-15 5 (P)
-, Dena 72: 4-13 5
-, Denise
         77: 1-13 6; 3-24 9; 9-1 9; 9-22 12 (P); 10-6 13; 12-8 16
         84: 9-25 9
         87: 2-12 6
         95: 9-28 10
-, Dirk 79: 10-11 1
-, Dixie 72: 4-6 3
-, Don 79: 10-11 1
-, Doug
         76: 3-18 1
         85: 1-17 7
-, Eric 95: 4-6 7; 4-13 7
-, Erick
         88: 2-4 12 (P)
         93: 4-15 9
-, Evelyn 75: 5-8 4
-, Evelyn 80: 11-20 Encounter 7
-, Francie 71: 4-1 4
-, Gina
         88: 4-28 11; 10-12 10
         90: 3-1 5 (P); 12-13 1
         95: 2-16 2
-, Glen 88: 11-17 4
-, Greg L 73: 4-19 2 LTE
-, Halvor N
         78: 5-4 1
         90: 10-11 1, 16
-, Heather
         95: 4-6 2; 11-11 4
         96: 3-14 9
-, Holly 95: 11-16 12
-, James 96: 2-8 14 (P); 2-15 1
-, Jane
          93: 2-11 10 (P)
          95: 11-11 6
          2001: 4-19 8
-, Janice 79: 9-27 9
-, Jay 94: 2-17 8
-, Jayne 93: 10-28 10, 16; 11-4 12
-, Jeff 86: 8-28 12
-, Jenae 92: 4-30 5 (P); 10-1 13
-, Joan
          76: 9-2 8; 11-4 1
          77: 9-1 6
-, Joel 82: 1-28 1
-, Jon (John)
          98: 1-22 2; 2-5 7
          2000: 3-23 6; 3-30 7
          2001: 3-29 4; 4-5 5; 4-12 5
          2002: 1-31 5; 3-7 5, 6
-, Julie 78: 10-12 11
-, Kay 71: 3-25 3
-, Kerry
          75: 9-5 8
          79: 9-6 5
          80: 8-28 3
-, Kimberly 79: 4-5 3 (P)
-, Krista (see also Christenson)
          90: 4-27 8
          92: 10-8 7
          93: 2-25 1; 9-2 11 (P); 9-30 3; 10-14 1; 11-18 3 LTE
-, Kristin 91: 2-21 10 (P)
-, Kristine 72: 3-16 4
-, Kurt
          72: 4-13 6
          73: 2-15 9; 2-22 7; 3-1 7; 3-8 6; 4-12 8, 9; 4-19 7; 5-3 11; 5-10 6
          74: 1-24 4; 1-31 6; 2-7 9; 2-21 7; 2-28 4; 3-7 7; 3-28 7 (P); 4-11 5; 4-25 7; 5-2 8; 5-9 7
          75: 8-29 12
-, Linda
          80: 10-2 3; 11-13 3
          81: 3-5 1
-, Lisa 77: 9-29 8; 11-10 7
-, Lori
          81: 2-12 4
          82: 9-30 4
-, LuAnn 79: 4-12 1
-, Mark (see also Christiansen)
          71: 11-11 6
          72: 1-20 6 (P); 1-27 6; 2-10 6; 2-24 1, 4; 3-9 1 (P), 6; 3-16 1, 3 (P); 3-23 6; 4-6 6 (P); 11-9
                  10; 11-30 5
          73: 1-11 8, 9; 1-18 5, 7; 1-25 1; 2-1 1, 8 (P); 2-15 8, 9; 2-22 1; 3-1 7; 3-8 6; 4-5 1; 4-12 1;
                  9-6 5; 11-15 5; 11-29 6, 7; 12-6 7; 12-13 6, 7; 12-20 5
          74: 1-17 6, 7; 1-24 1 (P), 5; 1-31 7; 2-7 9, 9; 2-14 1, 6; 2-21 7; 2-28 5; 3-7 6; 10-24 7; 11-
                  6 7; 11-14 8; 11-21 6; 12-5 6; 12-12 6 (P); 12-19 4, 5
          75: 1-16 6; 1-23 6; 1-30 5; 2-6 5; 2-13 7, 9; 2-20 6 (P); 2-27 9; 3-6 6 (P); 3-13 7; 5-8 8;
                  12-18 6
          77: 9-15 9
          81: 3-5 6
-, Marshall
          88: 10-6 14
          90: 9-27 1
-, Mary 81: 1-15 3
-, Matt 96: 11-14 9
-, Michael (Mike) (see also Christenson)
          81: 4-2 3; 10-8 1; 10-22 3
          83: 4-28 5; 7-14 4; 7-21 1; 9-8 10; 11-17 7
          84: 4-26 7; 11-8 14
          85: 10-3 5 (P)
          86: 7-24 4
-, Michelle
          96: 12-5 1 (P)
          2001: 3-29 9
-, Paul 2002: 4-25 8
-, Paula
          85: 11-7 1
          86: 4-17 1; 10-9 2
-, Richard
          83: 7-28 6
          85: 2-5 1
          87: 4-9 4
-, Rick 85: 2-21 1, 4
-, Ruth
          72: 4-13 1
          75: 9-18 7
-, Scott 99: 9-30 7
-, Susan
          71: 3-25 2
          80: 9-18 6
          81: 10-1 1
          90: 2-22 5 (P)
          92: 1-23 6; 3-5 5; 11-12 6
-, Terry
          81: 9-3 5
          85: 2-7 2
          88: 2-25 11; 4-14 6 (P); 6-30 2
          92: 2-6 12
          94: 9-22 6; 11-10 6
          95: 10-26 2; 12-7 15
-, Val 74: 1-17 4; 10-17 4, 9
Christenson, Anna (see also Christensen) 74: 5-9 6
-, Brian 90: 10-25 13
-, Cathy 71: 5-20 5
-, Dan
          71: 12-9 8
          72: 1-13 4
-, Holly 96: 9-19 4
-, Kirk 71: 11-4 6
-, Krista (see also Christensen) 90: 8-30 10
-, Mike (see also Christensen)
          82: 2-11 1; 11-11 3
          83: 9-8 10 (P)
-, Sue 89: 2-23 2
Christian, Cory (see also Christians) 85: 4-18 15
-, Rebecca 90: 9-27 11
-, Rose 82: 4-22 4
Christian Center
         71: 4-15 3; 9-9 5; 9-16 2; 9-23 2; 10-28 1
         72: 3-9 5; 4-20 4; 8-31 5, 7; 9-14 4; 9-28 10
         73: 1-18 3; 3-1 1; 4-12 10
         74: 1-17 8; 2-21 4; 3-21 8; 9-12 5; 10-3 4; 12-12 8
         75: 3-13 5; 5-8 4
         77: 3-31 7
Christian Chapel 72: 3-2 1
Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) 75: 9-5 6
Christian Information Class 78: 2-23 3
Christian Information Seminar 73: 2-22 5
Christian Resource Center 78: 3-8 3; 4-13 3
Christian Resource Center Bible Study
         78: 3-16 7; 4-6 3; 4-20 3; 4-27 3; 5-4 3
         79: 2-22 3; 3-1 3; 3-15 3; 3-29 9; 4-5 3
Christian Rock Concert 94: 9-22 12
Christian Rural Overseas Program (CROP)
         78: 2-2 1; 9-28 4
         81: 10-1 3
Christian Science Church 73: 8-30 7
Christian Student Fellowship
         83: 12-8 1
         84: 9-6 13
         85: 4-18 6; 4-25 6; 10-3 1
         92: 3-5 9; 11-18 1
         95: 9-21 6
         96: 3-14 1; 4-11 1, 12; 10-3 8; 10-24 3
         97: 4-3 8
         98: 2-5 4; 2-19 1; 4-2 1; 9-3 2; 10-15 1, 10
         99: 4-22 2
         2000: 3-23 1; 8-31 1
Christian Women‟s Temperance Union
         94: 10-13 11
         95: 4-27 6
Christian Writers Guild
         83: 12-2 1; 12-8 1
         84: 1-26 3; 2-2 3
Christianity 78: 12-14 Encounter 6
Christians, Cory (see also Christian) 90: 9-20 4
Christians For Life 96: 9-12 6
Christiansen, Cindy
         71: 9-23 4; 10-7 4
         81: 3-26 1
-, Craig 96: 8-29 4
-, Jason
         90: 11-20 10
         91: 12-13 7
         92: 2-13 7 (P); 2-20 7; 2-27 7; 11-12 10; 12-10 11
         93: 2-4 8; 2-11 8 (P); 2-18 7; 2-25 7 (P), 8; 11-18 9; 12-2 8; 12-9 7
         94: 1-20 8; 1-27 7; 2-3 7; 2-17 7; 2-24 7; 3-3 7 (P); 3-10 7
-, Jon (John)(see also Christianson)
         2000: 4-20 9 (P); 4-27 10
         2001: 4-19 5; 4-26 8
-, Mark (see also Christensen) 72: 11-30 6, 7
-, Susan
           90: 11-15 11 (P)
           91: 10-3 1
-, Tony 2000: 4-20 8
Christianson, Bettie 73: 2-15 6
-, Cara
           96: 9-19 6 (P)
           98: 4-23 1
-, Carla 96: 8-29 2 (P)
-, Cindy
           80: 10-2 10; 11-20 8; 12-4 10
           81: 1-22 11; 1-29 8; 4-23 1
-, Jon (see also Christiansen) 97: 10-23 4
-, Justin 91: 9-26 5 (P)
-, Lara 96: 12-5 11
Christianson, Roger 88: 4-28 8
Christie, Ray
           71: 11-4 4
           72: 2-10 3; 6-22 1
           73: 4-26 1
-, Worth 79: 6-14 8
Christman, Howard 89: 3-30 11
Christmas, customs of
           79: 12-13 1
           86: 12-4 5
           88: 12-1 6
-, gift ideas for 92: 12-10 9
-, traditions of
           82: 12-9 6
           84: 12-13 11
           92: 12-10 9
Christmas activities
           71: 12-9 1
           80: 12-4 3
Christmas break
           84: 1-26 4; 12-13 7
           88: 12-1 5
           2001: 12-13 1
           2002: 1-24 8
Christmas candy 83: 12-8 6
Christmas Cantata 84: 12-13 17
Christmas Carol (play) see „A Christmas Carol‟ (play)
Christmas Ceramics Sale 2002: 12-5 6
Christmas Concert 89: 12-14 6
Christmas Gala 88: 12-8 2
Christmas gifts 83: 12-8 3
Christmas job hunting 79: 11-29 1
„Christmas Kaleidoscope‟ (exhibit) 95: 11-16 2
Christmas Light Contest, KSTV sponsorship of 90: 12-6 17
Christmas lights 91: 12-13 1
Christmas music 2001: 12-6 4
Christmas shopping
           77: 12-8 9
           78: 12-14 Encounter 9
           80: 12-11 7
           81: 12-3 4; 12-10 1
         82: 12-9 7
         87: 12-10 5
         89: 12-7 5
Christmas Spirit Week 82: 12-2 1
Christmas Star see „The Christmas Star‟ (program)
Christmas travel plans 89: 12-7 10
Christmas tree, lighting of KSC 74: 12-19 1
Christmas trees, history of 75: 12-18 8
Christmas Twist see „A Christmas Twist‟ (play)
Christmas Vespers 95: 12-7 2, 19
Christmas Walk Through the Frank House
         80: 12-4 1
         84: 11-13 15; 11-29 8
         85: 12-5 10
         87: 12-3 1
         93: 12-2 2
         94: 12-8 2
Christner, Treena 82: 3-18 4
Christo, Hilary 92: 2-13 6
-, Jason
         93: 12-8 2
         96: 4-4 7; 4-25 12; 11-7 8
         97: 2-20 6; 2-27 6; 3-6 7; 3-13 7; 3-20 6 (P); 4-3 6; 4-10 6; 4-17 7; 5-1 7
         98: 2-26 5
-, Jessica
         99: 11-4 2
         2001: 10-11 2
         2002: 10-17 10; 11-21 10
-, Monte 98: 10-1 1; 10-15 19
-, Tim (see also Cristo)
         73: 9-27 7 (P); 10-4 6; 11-15 5; 11-29 6
         74: 4-25 7; 8-29 7; 9-12 6 (P); 11-21 7
         75: 5-8 7; 8-29 13; 9-25 11 (P); 10-9 9; 10-30 9; 11-13 8; 11-20 4, 7; 12-4 8
         76: 4-1 8; 9-2 15
Christoffersen, Jason 2001: 9-27 12
Christofferson, Cara 72: 5-4 3
Christopher, A Mel 79: 10-4 1
Christy, Ann 73: 12-13 3 (P)
Chromy, David 95: 3-2 8
-, Duane 89: 8-31 14; 9-14 16
Chrzanowski, Rafal (see also Chezanowski)
         97: 10-2 6
         98: 2-12 8; 2-19 8; 3-5 5; 4-2 6; 4-9 5; 4-16 5; 4-23 6
         99: 1-15 4 (P); 4-22 6
         2000: 1-20 1,2; 3-23 6; 4-13 2 (P)
Chuang, Gloria 98: 11-5 2; 11-12 6 (P)
Chubb, Jane 89: 8-31 4
Chube, Preston
         84: 10-2 6; 10-4 13; 12-13 21
         86: 8-28 7
Chubick, Bruce 95: 11-2 7; 11-11 8
Chuck Taylor Award 78: 3-30 8
chuckholes 73: 3-8 5
Chung, Kong Ik (Hong Ik)
         74: 8-29 1
         75: 8-29 3
Chupers, Charlie 71: 2-25 3 (P)
Church, Frank
         76: 3-18 3; 4-29 4 (P), 5
         77: 6-30 3
-, Rick 80: 9-4 9
Church, Robbie (Robie)
         87: 10-29 4 (P)
         91: 10-3 1
Church, Rick 82: 4-15 7
church clown 81: 9-3 6
Church of Christ (Kearney)
         71: 10-21 3
         73: 8-30 774: 9-26 7
         94: 10-20 1
         95: 10-19 9
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
         73: 8-30 7
         74: 9-26 7
         88: 4-28 8
Church of the Nazarene 73: 11-1 6
Church World Service
         75: 3-13 5
         78: 2-2 1
         81: 10-1 3
Church World Services 77: 4-21 6
Churchhill, Wade 89: 8-31 18
Churchill, Doug 94: 4-7 1
Churchman, JoAnn (JoAn) 87: 11-12 2; 11-19 4
Churley, Dave 80: 7-10 1
-, George
         75: 7-17 3
         79: 7-19 1; 9-20 1 (P)
         80: 7-17 1 (P)
Chutes (business) 77; 3-17 10
Chvatal, Amy
         92: 12-10 9
         93: 4-29 3 LTE; 8-26 3; 9-2 3; 9-16 3; 9-23 3; 9-30 3; 10-7 3; 10-14 3; 10-21 3; 10-28 3;
                  11-4 3; 11-11 3; 11-18 3; 12-2 3
         2000: 10-26 5
Chuck Poore Family Award 97: 9-18 2
Chung, Gloria 2000: 10-12 2
CIA, careers in 88: 4-7 11
Ciani, Carl (see also Ceani)
         82: 9-30 1; 11-11 2
         83: 2-24 1; 4-21 1; 9-1 4
Ciardi, John 72: 4-13 5; 4-20 1; 4-27 3 (P)
Cicuilla, Sheila 78: 11-9 3
Cigar Humidor (business) 97: 9-4 14
cigarettes, price of 97: 10-2 8
cigars 97: 9-4 14
Cimino, Dan 79: 11-29 Encounter 7
Cincinnati Bengals 91: 4-25 8; 7-3 10
Cincinnati Square Fools 84: 2-23 7
„Cinderella‟ (play) 91: 7-3 2; 7-18 4
Cipriano, Joe 77: 1-20 8
         75: 7-24 5; 10-23 6; 12-11 11
          76: 1-15 6; 1-29 5; 11-4 11; 11-18 6; 12-2 6
          77: 1-20 8 (P); 1-27 8; 2-3 6; 2-10 10; 2-17 7; 3-3 5; 11-17 7; 12-1 9
          78: 1-12 10; 1-19 6; 1-26 8 (P); 2-2 11; 2-9 9; 2-16 6; 2-23 7, 9; 3-16 9; 3-30 7 (P), 8 (P),
                  9, 10; 11-16 10; 11-30 8; 12-14 9, 10 (P)
          79: 1-11 9 (P); 1-26 9; 2-1 13 (P); 2-8 11; 2-15 10; 2-22 10; 3-1 10, 11 (P), 12; 3-15 1, 11;
                  3-22 10, 11 (P); 4-5 10 (P); 9-13 15; 11-1 9; 11-29 8
          80: 4-3 10; 4-17 8; 5-1 10
          81: 1-22 11
          85: 2-21 11
Circle K Club
          74: 4-25 1; 11-14 4
          75: 2-6 3; 2-13 5; 2-20 4; 2-27 3; 3-6 3; 3-13 4; 3-20 3; 4-4 8; 4-10 3; 4-17 3; 4-24 3; 5-1
                  3, 8; 8-29 10; 9-25 5; 10-2 3; 10-17 6; 10-30 5; 11-13 6; 12-4 10; 12-11 7
          76: 3-18 4; 9-23 4; 10-7 4; 10-21 3; 11-4 1, 3, 9; 11-11 3; 11-18 4; 12-2 3; 12-9 6
          77: 2-24 3; 3-31 1; 9-8 5; 9-15 5; 9-22 5; 9-29 5; 10-6 3; 10-20 1; 11-3 3; 11-10 4
          78: 1-19 5; 2-2 1; 2-9 6; 2-16 8; 3-16 4; 4-27 10; 9-14 3; 9-21 3; 9-28 3, 4; 10-5 3, 10
          79: 1-26 3; 5-3 1; 9-6 8; 9-20 3; 11-8 3; 11-15 3, 7
          80: 9-25 3
          81: 1-22 4; 4-23 3; 4-30 1
          82: 2-25 4
          85: 4-16 9
          93: 10-14 14; 10-21 12; 10-28 16; 11-4 12; 11-11 14; 11-18 14; 12-2 14; 12-9 15
          94: 1-20 12; 1-27 12; 2-10 10; 2-17 10; 2-24 8; 3-3 10; 3-10 12; 3-17 12; 3-31 14; 4-7 12;
                  4-14 12; 4-21 12; 4-28 13; 9-22 12; 9-29 12; 10-6 12; 10-13 14; 10-20 14; 10-27
                  12; 11-3 10; 11-10 9, 12; 11-17 10; 12-1 10; 12-8 14
          95: 1-19 12; 1-26 12; 2-2 12; 2-9 12; 2-16 8; 2-23 8; 3-9 10; 3-16 13; 3-30 10; 4-6 12; 4-
                  13 12; 4-27 15; 9-21 12; 9-28 12; 10-5 16; 10-12 14; 10-19 10; 10-26 11; 11-2
                  10; 11-11 10; 11-16 14; 11-30 11; 12-7 19
          96: 1-18 9; 1-25 9; 2-2 9; 2-8 15; 2-15 11; 2-22 9; 2-29 9; 3-7 9; 3-14 13; 3-28 7; 4-4 9; 4-
                  11 11; 4-18 10; 4-25 17; 9-12 13; 9-19 1, 4, 11; 9-26 9; 10-3 9; 10-10 11; 10-17
                  9; 10-24 11; 10-31 9; 11-7 9; 11-14 9; 11-21 11; 12-5 11; 12-12 15
          97: 1-23 9; 1-30 9; 2-6 13; 2-13 8; 2-20 9; 2-27 9; 3-6 9; 3-13 11; 3-20 9; 4-3 9; 4-10 9; 4-
                  17 15; 4-24 13; 5-1 19; 9-4 13; 9-11 9; 9-18 11; 9-25 9; 10-2 9; 10-9 9; 10-16 7;
                  10-23 13; 10-30 9; 11-6 7; 11-13 7; 11-20 5; 12-4 7; 12-11 13
          98: 1-15 7; 1-22 7; 1-29 9; 2-5 9; 2-12 9; 2-19 1, 9; 2-26 7; 3-5 9; 3-12 6; 3-19 7; 4-2 4, 7;
                  4-9 7; 4-16 7; 4-23 9; 4-30 15; 8-27 9; 9-3 9; 9-10 9; 9-17 9; 9-24 9; 10-1 9; 10-8
                  11; 10-15 11; 10-29 11; 11-5 7; 11-12 9; 11-19 9; 12-3 7; 12-10 13
          99: 10-7 4
          2002: 9-26 1
-, charity work of 76: 4-1 3
-, March of Dimes fundraiser of 80: 4-24 7
-, square dance sponsored by 77: 10-27 3
Circle K CPR Marathon 81: 1-29 1
Circle K International 76: 11-11 1
Circle of Death (game) 84: 4-26 8
Cirder, Lidia 90: 11-20 1
Cisler, Jon 97: 1-30 2
-, Mike 71: 6-24 4
-, Valerie
          94: 9-1 10
          2001: 11-8 2; 11-15 2
          2002: 4-11 9; 11-21 9
cities and countries, slide shows on 73: 11-1 7
Cities Travel Film Series 82: 2-11 1; 2-18 1; 3-18 1; 4-1 1
Citizen Advocacy 94: 4-7 10
Citizen Advocacy Program
         76: 9-29 9
         79: 2-15 6
         80: 9-11 9
„Citizen Kane‟ (film)
         73: 9-13 1, 4; 9-27 9
         80: 9-11 8; 11-13 3
         81: 3-19 3
         82: 3-4 1
         91: 2-21 12
Citizens Against Fluoridation 74: 11-6 4
Citizens For Fluoridation 74: 11-6 4
citizens‟ band radio 76: 2-26 4
Citizens Commission for the Study of Higher Education
         84: 11-29 12
         85: 1-15 1; 1-17 1; 1-29 1; 2-12 13
Citizens Commission on Postsecondary Education 85: 2-14 1
Citrus (brand) 91: 5-2 4
Citta, Jessica
         99: 9-23 2 (P); 12-2 4
         2000: 4-6 4
city government 80: 11-20 Encounter 1-7
„City of Angels‟ (film) 98: 4-16 8
City of Olympia Award 82: 9-16 7
Civil Aeronautics Board 75: 4-4 3
Civil War reenactments
         87: 10-29 1
         88: 7-28 2
         90: 6-21 5
Cix, Chris 86: 12-4 3 LTE
Claar, Mark 85: 4-2 7
-, Wayne
         2001: 2-15 6; 4-5 5
         2002: 3-7 6; 3-14 5; 4-4 5; 4-11 5, 6; 4-18 6; 4-25 6; 5-2 8
Claassen, Dave (see also Claassin, Clausen, Claussen)
         77: 11-10 7
         78: 4-13 5; 12-7 6
         79: 4-5 3
Claassin, Dave (see also Claassen, Clausen, Claussen) 78: 4-6 4
Clabaugh, Bonnie
         79: 2-22 4
         82: 4-29 3
-, John
         71: 9-30 5; 12-9 6
         72: 3-23 1
         77: 7-28 7
         79: 3-15 9; 9-6 5; 11-1 3
         81; 7-9 1
         86: 4-17 6
-, Judith (Judy)
         71: 1-7 5; 2-18 1; 2-25 3 (P); 3-4 1; 3-11 1; 3-18 1; 3-25 1; 5-13 1; 9-23 1; 10-28 1*
         72: 1-13 1; 3-10 11
-, Travis 94: 11-17 10
Clad, James C 94: 10-27 12
Claflin, Michele 83: 1-20 6
Clancy, Noreen
         75: 9-11 3
          76: 3-4 4; 4-29 4
Clani, Carl
          83: 3-24 6 (P); 4-28 1
          84: 4-26 Accent 1
Clang, Ron 84: 1-26 4
Clanton, Willo 79: 11-8 1
Clapp, Daniel (Dan)
          75: 8-29 3; 10-2 3, 5
          76: 9-2 8; 9-23 8 (P); 10-7 7; 11-11 8; 12-2 3
          77: 1-13 1
-, Deborah Ann 75: 9-5 8
-, Stacey (Stacy)
          94: 9-29 12; 10-6 12
          95: 1-19 10; 2-2 12; 4-6 12; 4-27 15
-, Steven (Steve)
          73: 8-30 1
          74: 3-21 8; 12-5 5
Clapper, Tod 88: 10-6 6 (P)
Clara Ockinga Business Scholarship 73: 5-3 3
Clara Ockinga Seminar Center
          82: 3-18 1; 6-24 4; 7-29 5; 9-2 1; 9-16 3
          83: 5-5 1; 6-23 5
-, naming of 88: 2-11 12
Clarence Pearson Award 80: 4-3 9
Clark, Ann
          71: 10-28 3
          72: 7-6 2
-, Anthony 91: 3-28 1 (P)
-, Arline 2001: 2-12 1
-, Barb (Barbara)
          97: 9-4 6; 12-11 1
          2002: 1-31 1
-, Brian 83: 2-17 4
-, Carole 73: 4-26 1
-, Carrie 85: 2-19 12
-, Christopher G 87: 10-8 6
-, Colinda 85: 2-12 14 (P); 2-19 12; 9-12 5
-, Dan 99: 9-30 4
-, Dean 80: 12-11 7
-, Deb 90: 5-3 12
-, Ed 81; 10-22 7
-, Gregory 77: 6-16 5
-, J Gregory 83: 2-17 6
-, Jane
          96: 4-25 5 (P)
          97: 2-6 2 (P)
          2001: 4-26 12
-, Jean 96: 4-25 5 (P)
-, Jeff 85: 6-18 7 (P)
-, Jennifer 95: 11-2 2 (P)
-, Jennifer Severin 93: 4-15 10
-, Jenny
          99: 9-2 3; 9-9 1; 9-16 3; 9-23 3; 9-30 3; 10-7 3; 10-14 3; 10-28 3; 11-4 3; 11-11 3; 11-18
                  3; 12-2 3; 12-9 4
          2000: 4-20 8
          2002: 4-4 9; 4-11 1; 11-14 2 (P)
-, Jim
         75: 2-27 8; 3-20 5; 4-10 5; 4-17 6; 4-24 6; 5-8 7
         76: 3-4 7
-, Jody 73: 1-25 1; 2-22 1; 5-3 1
-, Joe 91: 2-14 4
-, Jordan 99: 10-7 4
-, Justin 94: 4-28 6 (P)
-, Ken
         84: 9-13 19; 9-18 8; 10-16 9; 11-1 19
         85: 4-23 6
-, Keri 78: 10-5 8
-, Kevin 94: 4-28 7
-, Kristen 98: 11-5 7
-, Laverne 2002: 2-21 1
-, LeRoy 88: 1-28 1
-, Libby 2001: 12-6 9
-, Linda
         77: 4-7 3
         81: 2-5 5
         2002: 9-5 2
-, Lynn 81: 4-2 5
-, Margaret 87: 12-3 5
-, Marilyn 71: 4-15 1; 4-29 4
-, Mary
         84: 9-13 22; 10-16 8
         86: 2-13 12
-, Michael (Mike)
         75: 4-4 7
         77: 4-28 8
         79: 4-12 8
         80: 3-27 4 (P)
         90: 8-30 10; 9-6 7; 9-13 10; 10-4 8
         94: 1-20 3; 1-27 3; 2-3 3; 2-10 3; 2-17 3; 2-24 3; 3-3 3; 3-10 3; 3-17 3; 3-31 3; 4-7 3; 4-14
                  3; 4-21 3; 4-28 3; 8-25 3; 9-1 3, 5; 9-15 3; 9-22 2; 9-29 2; 10-6 2; 10-13 2; 10-20
                  2; 10-27 2; 11-3 2; 11-10 2; 11-17 2; 12-1 2
-, Miriam 2002: 2-7 8; 2-21 2; 2-28 2; 3-7 8
-, Nancy 82: 3-25 6
-, R David (Dave, R D)
         72: 2-3 5
         75: 7-10 7 (P); 8-29 3
         76: 2-5 3; 3-4 8; 4-23 5; 9-2 1
         77: 1-13 3; 1-27 4; 2-10 1; 3-31 6; 4-7 3; 4-14 1; 7-14 4
         78: 2-2 1; 4-27 7; 6-29 3; 9-28 1
         79: 9-6 6; 11-29 Encounter 5
         80: 7-10 4, 6; 11-20 5; 12-4 6
         81: 3-19 5; Spring 1981 Encounter 10, 11, 13 (P); 5-7 1; 10-1 8; 12-3 1; 12-10 Accent 2
                  (P)
         82: 1-21 4; 3-25 3; 4-15 1; 4-29 1, 8; 7-15 1; 9-16 4; 11-24 1; 12-2 1; 12-9 1
         83: 1-20 1; 3-24 1; 3-31 4; 10-13 7
         84: 2-16 8; 4-26 3, Accent 2 (P); 7-26 7; 8-30 25
         85: 1-22 11; 2-7 2; 2-12 2; 2-14 3; 2-28 1; 3-5 1; 4-23 8; 10-10 2; 11-21 4 (P)
         86: 3-13 1, 6; 4-24 2; 11-20 1
         87: 2-26 1; 3-9 2; 5-7 1; 9-10 2; 12-3 5
         88: 1-14 1 (P); 2-25 5 (P), 11; 4-28 1; 8-4 2
         89: 4-13 5
         93: 11-4 1
         95: 3-9 1; 4-13 4
         97: 2-6 2 (P); 4-17 9; 10-23 5; 11-13 1
         99: 2-25 5; 9-9 1; 10-14 4; 11-11 1
         2000: 11-16 2
-, Ralph A 71: 2-11 3
-, Rena 97: 9-4 7 (P), 8
-, Rick 76: 7-1 8
-, Rita 76: 2-19 5; 3-18 4
-, Robert L
         71: 2-4 1; 3-11 1; 4-20 12
         74: 2-14 1
         75: 1-23 1
         78: 3-8 4 (P)
-, Rod 86: 11-20 5 (P)
-, Roy 80: 2-7 5
-, Ryan 97: 4-24 10
-, Sandra 89: 4-20 1
-, Shaun D
         85: 12-5 3 LTE
         86: 7-24 4
         87: 10-29 5
         88: 2-18 1 (P); 2-25 1, 5 (P); 9-15 7 (P); 10-6 12
         89: 5-4 11 (P)
         91: 3-28 3 LTE
-, Sherry 90: 4-26 6
-, Steve 71: 2-4 5; 3-25 2; 5-6 4
-, Stoney 95: 3-30 2 (P); 8-24 7; 9-28 8
-, Sue
         77: 4-21 4
         80: 3-27 3
-, Thomas 95: 8-24 2
-, Tom 97: 4-3 4
-, Veronica 83: 11-10 6
-, William K
         71: 9-30 4; 11-4 4
         72: 6-29 4; 7-13 2
         73: 2-1 6
         74: 9-5 3; 10-17 4; 11-6 5; 12-12 3; 12-19 1
         75: 1-16 4; 2-27 6; 3-13 5; 10-30 3; 11-6 4; 11-20 3; 12-4 7
         76: 1-29 1; 2-19 5; 4-8 3
         77: 9-29 3
         79: 10-11 1
Clarke, Bill
         88: 6-23 5
         90: 8-30 15
-, Harold 99: 4-15 1
-, Nancy 83: 3-17 4
-, Peggy 96: 2-2 2
Clark-Johnson, Alberta 94: 2-10 2
Clarks, Elizabeth „Libby‟ H 12-6-2001 9
Clarkson, Jeanie 83: 6-30 1
Clarquist, Vicki 74: 10-17 5
class absence, policy on 98: 3-12 7
„Class of „44‟ (film) 73: 6-21 2
class schedules
         84: 11-13 15
         85: 2-5 4
-, assistance with filling out 88: 2-18 4
Classen, Mary 99: 4-22 6
-, Vicky 71: 3-4 5
Classen-Osburn, Deb 89: 4-20 1; 5-4 6
classes, dropping of 92: 11-12 1
Classic Album Week (radio show) 79: 2-15 4
classified advertising, The Antelope‟s adoption of 75: 11-6 3
classroom discipline, panel discussion on 72: 6-29 1
classroom utilization
         81: 1-29 1
         88: 9-22 1
Clauff, Terry 84: 11-6 3 (P)
Claus, Molly 95: 8-24 7; 8-31 9
Clausen, Dave (see also Claassen, Claassin, Claussen) 77: 11-10 12
Clausen, Jane 71: 3-25 4; 5-6 1
-, Jen 2002: 4-18 7; 9-26 2
-, Quint (see also Claussen) 89: 9-7 4
-, Shane
         97: 2-13 6; 10-9 6
         98: 11-19 7
Clausing, Bob 83: 9-29 1
Claussen, Cameron 94: 4-7 2
-, Dave (see also Claassen, Claassin, Clausen) 80: 1-31 1
-, Jim 91: 11-21 4
-, Keith 80: 1-24 3
-, Larry J
         84: 9-25 3
         85: 6-25 8; 7-23 5
         86: 7-24 7
         90: 9-13 3 LTE
         91: 12-13 12
-, Lyle
         87: 7-23 6; 8-27 6, 8; 9-3 4, 7; 9-10 9; 10-8 9; 11-5 7; 11-12 7; 11-19 7; 12-10 8
         88: 1-14 8; 1-21 7; 2-4 9, 12; 2-11 10; 2-18 7; 2-25 9; 4-7 8; 4-14 9 (P); 4-21 8; 4-28 9,
                 10; 5-5 9; 8-25 8; 9-8 8; 9-15 11; 9-22 7; 9-29 7; 10-6 7; 10-12 8; 10-27 10; 11-3
                 7; 11-10 8; 11-17 8; 12-1 7
         89: 1-19 7; 1-26 7; 2-2 9; 2-9 7; 2-23 7; 3-2 7; 3-30 7; 4-6 9; 4-13 8; 4-20 8; 4-27 8; 5-4 9;
                 9-7 9; 9-14 8; 9-21 8; 9-28 9; 10-5 7, 9; 10-12 9; 11-9 8; 11-16 7; 12-14 9
         90: 1-18 9; 1-25 9; 2-1 7; 2-8 9; 3-8 7; 4-5 7; 4-12 7; 4-19 8; 4-26 8; 5-3 7; 7-12 7; 8-30 8;
                 9-6 7, 9; 9-13 8; 90: 9-20 9; 10-4 9; 10-11 9; 10-25 7; 11-1 7, 9; 11-8 7; 11-15 7;
                 11-20 7, 10
         91: 1-17 8; 1-24 8; 1-31 10; 2-7 9; 2-14 8; 2-21 8; 3-7 8; 3-14 7; 4-4 7; 4-11 7; 4-18 7; 4-
                 25 7; 5-2 7; 7-3 10; 8-29 7; 9-12 7; 9-19 7; 9-26 7, 9; 10-3 7; 10-10 7, 8; 10-17 7;
                 10-24 7; 10-31 7; 11-14 7, 8; 11-21 9; 12-5 7; 12-13 11 (P)
         92: 1-23 7; 1-30 8; 2-6 7; 2-13 7; 2-20 7; 2-27 9 (P); 3-5 7; 3-12 7; 3-19 7; 9-3 7; 9-24 7;
                 10-8 7; 10-22 9; 10-29 7; 11-12 7
         93: 1-21 7; 1-28 7; 2-4 7; 2-11 9; 2-18 7; 2-25 8; 3-4 8; 3-11 7; 4-8 7; 4-15 7; 4-22 7; 4-29
                 7; 9-2 7; 9-16 7; 9-23 7, 8; 9-30 7, 9; 10-7 8; 10-21 7, 9; 10-28 7; 11-4 7; 11-11 7
         94: 1-20 7; 2-3 7; 2-10 7; 2-17 8; 2-24 7; 3-10 8; 3-17 7, 8; 3-31 7; 4-7 7, 8; 4-14 7; 4-21
                 7; 4-28 7; 9-1 7, 8; 9-22 7, 8; 9-29 7; 10-6 7; 10-13 7; 10-20 7; 10-27 7; 11-10 7;
                 11-17 7 (P); 12-1 7
         95: 1-19 9; 1-26 8; 2-9 10; 3-2 7; 3-9 8; 3-30 7; 4-6 7; 4-13 7; 4-27 8; 8-24 9; 8-31 7 (P),
                 8; 9-14 8; 9-21 7; 9-28 7; 10-5 11 (P); 10-12 7; 10-19 7, 8; 10-26 7, 8; 11-2 7, 8;
                 11-11 7; 11-16 8; 11-30 7
          96: 1-25 7; 2-2 7; 2-8 13; 2-15 7, 9; 2-22 8; 3-14 8; 3-28 5; 4-4 7; 4-11 7; 4-25 11; 8-29 9,
                    10; 9-19 9; 9-26 8; 10-3 6; 10-17 5; 10-24 7; 10-31 4; 11-14 8
          97: 1-23 7; 2-13 7; 3-6 7; 3-13 7; 4-10 7; 4-17 6, 7; 9-4 7, 8; 9-18 7, 8; 10-9 5; 10-16 5;
                    10-23 7; 10-30 7; 11-6 5; 11-13 5
          98: 1-22 5; 1-29 5; 2-5 6; 2-19 7; 3-5 5; 3-12 5; 4-9 5; 4-16 6; 4-23 5; 4-30 10; 9-3 7, 8; 9-
                    17 1, 8; 9-24 7; 10-29 7
-, Quint (see also Clausen) 89: 3-2 5
-, Sandy 89: 8-31 12
-, Shaun 88: 3-17 1
Claussen, Wendy 73: 9-13 8
Claussen‟s (business) 85: 10-23 4
Claussen‟s Shoes (business)
          73: 3-1 Fashion 7
          76: 4-8 Spring 3
          79: 10-4 6
Claver, Peggy
          94: 4-28 1; 9-29 10; 12-8 9
          95: 4-27 2 (P); 11-1 10
Clay, Julia 71: 5-6 1
, Kristal 91: 9-26 5 (P)
-, Melanie
          87: 4-30 2 (P); 10-29 4 (P)
          88: 4-21 14 (P); 5-5 2
-, William J (Bill)
          71: 1-7 2 (P); 1-14 2 (P); 2-4 2 LTE; 2-11 2 LTE; 2-25 2 LTE; 10-28 2 LTE
          75: 1-30 1
Clay Works (Ceramics Club) 91: 11-21 11
Claypool, Dan 96: 4-18 1
-, Gary 90: 6-21 7; 9-27 7
Clayton, Charles (Chuck)
          71: 11-11 4
          72: 3-2 3; 3-16 6; 4-13 1
-, Dave 75: 11-6 7
-, Jean 98: 2-198 3 LTE
-, Margie 96: 2-15 2
-, Noah
          98: 3-19 4 (P); 11-12 1
          2001: 4-19 2
-, Rose
          77: 11-3 7 (P)
          78: 2-16 7; 4-20 7
          79: 1-26 9; 2-15 11; 3-1 10; 3-29 12; 4-12 8; 4-26 8
          80: 1-31 7; 2-21 8; 2-28 11; 3-6 8; 4-17 10; 5-1 9
          81: 3-5 9; 4-9 8; 5-7 9
-, Sheri 93: 10-14 14; 10-21 12; 10-28 16; 11-18 2
-, Tami 79: 7-26 5
-, Troy 90: 10-25 11 (P)
-, Victoria 92: 9-24 6
Clayworks (exhibit) 2002: 12-5 6
Clean Air Policy 94: 1-20 1
Clean Indoor Air Act 81: 1-22 8
Clean Up Day 79: 10-11 1
Clean Up Kearney Day 94: 10-13 12
Cleary, Kate M
          95: 2-23 2; 3-9 1, 6
          97: 5-1 8
-, Kevin L 92: 10-8 13 (here as „Claeary‟)
Cleaver, Carl (see also Cleavor) 74: 11-21 2 LTE
-, Susan 80: 4-17 4 (P)
Cleavor, Carl (see also Cleaver) 74: 5-9 1
Clein, Val (see also Cline, Klein) 80: 9-4 8
Clemans, Rob 89: 12-14 4 (P)
Clemens, Charles 84: 11-15 2
-, Gerry (Jerry)
          83: 3-17 7; 3-24 8; 4-21 8; 5-5 8
          84: 3-23 13; 3-29 9; 4-5 11; 4-12 12
Clement, Amy (see also Klement)
          95: 12-7 7
          96: 1-18 7; 2-8 13; 2-22 8; 3-7 8; 11-7 7; 11-14 7
          97: 1-23 1 (P), 7; 2-20 6 (P); 2-27 7; 11-20 4; 12-4 5; 12-11 11
          98: 1-15 5; 1-29 5; 2-26 6; 11-19 7
          99: 1-28 5; 4-1 9
-, Kathleen 80: 9-11 3
-, Nadine 73: 2-15 6
-, Phyllis 71: 4-29 5
-, Ray 77: 2-17 5
-, Susie (see also Clements)
          83: 10-20 3
          84: 2-23 5; 8-30 1
          85: 3-28 4
-, Teresa (Theresa)
          71: 12-16 3
          72: 2-3 4; 4-27 4; 10-19 3
          74: 4-11 6; 11-6 5
-, Todd 86: 3-13 6 (P)
-, Tom
          78: 3-16 8
          80: 1-17 4; 2-28 Encounter 6 (P)
          81: 1-15 7
          89: 6-15 8
          99: 11-4 4
Clements, Brian 85: 8-29 8 (P)
-, Lori 80: 9-11 1
-, Mary
          83: 11-10 7
          84: 3-1 9
-, Mary C 84: 6-14 6
-, Susie (Sue)(see also Clement)
          79: 7-26 5
          84: 6-14 1 (P)
          85: 2-26 9
-, Tom 81: 11-12 6
-, Tom
          2000: 2-17 1; 2-24 1; 10-26 1
          2002: 3-14 8; 4-25 8
-, Wayne 85; 8-29 3
Clementson, Jim 74: 9-26 1
Clemmer, Al 91: 5-2 1
Clergy and Laity Concerned
          78: 10-12 1
          80: 10-23 1; 12-11 6
Cleveland, John 83: 9-8 5
Clevenger, Kathy
         90: 10-4 10
         95: 1-26 8
         96: 12-5 1, 7
         97: 1-23 3
-, Steve 97: 10-01 3
Clever 2000: 8-31 4
Cliché (band) 86: 1-30 1; 2-13 1
Click, Bob 71: 5-20 4
Cliffhorn, Bill 79: 4-12 7 [Kloefkorn]
Cliff‟s Men‟s Wear (business) 75: 3-13 Special 7; 10-23 1
Cliff‟s Notes 93: 11-4 1
Clifton, Donald 2001: 12-13 10 (P)
-, Ray
         75: 10-30 1
         77: 2-3 3 (P); 2-17 3; 4-28 6
Clinch, Bill 84: 10-16 14
-, John 85: 6-18 7; 9-26 2
-, Lisa 94: 2-17 2 (P)
-, Michalene 71: 5-13 1
Clinchard, Chris 88: 9-29 1
Clinchard, K C
         72: 10-12 4
         73: 3-1 3 (P); 3-22 1; 3-29 1; 4-5 1; 4-19 1; 4-26 1; 9-20 1 (P); 10-18 1; 11-7 1; 11-29 1;
                   12-6 1
         74: 2-7 1; 2-21 1; 5-9 1; 7-11 6; 9-5 1 (P)
-, Jean 71: 9-9 1
Cline, Dwight
         73: 8-30 3
         74: 11-21 2 LTE
         75: 8-29 3
-, Jeff
         93: 4-8 8; 4-15 7
         94: 4-7 8
-, Kim 82: 12-2 3
-, Marlene 87: 5-7 4
-, Myra 71: 2-4 1
-, Ramon 2002: 9-26 1
-, Shannon 83: 1-20 4 (P)
-, Shelda
         89: 2-9 6
         90: 2-1 5
-, Valerie (Val) (see also Clein, Kline)
         78: 9-28 9; 10-26 11; 11-2 5; 11-16 11; 12-7 13
         79: 1-26 8; 2-8 9; 3-1 5 (P), 10; 3-15 1; 4-26 6; 8-30 14
         80: 1-17 1 (P); 10-2 7
Clingenpeel, Ron 74: 9-26 3
Clinger, Calvin
         71: 3-11 2
         73: 3-29 6; 9-13 8
-, Edie 83: 12-8 2 LTE
-, Orin Mark
         71: 3-4 3
         74: 10-3 43, 674: 8-29 1
-, Pat 74: 2-28 Insert 6; 4-1 2
-, Shawn 73: 3-29 6 (P)
Clinkenbeard, Brenda
         83: 11-17 9; 12-8 9
         84: 2-16 11; 3-23 13
Clinton, C Michael 93: 1-21 7 (P); 4-22 7
-, Jason
         93: 4-1 10
         95: 10-26 2
-, Mark 95: 12-7 2
-, Michael 93: 4-1 7
-, William Jefferson (Bill)
         92: 9-24 1, 6; 10-15 1, 13; 11-5 1 (P)
         99: 1-21 3
         2000: 9-28 6; 12-7 1, 2, 3, 7, 9, 11; 12-11 1 (P), 2, 3, 4 (P)
         2001: 1-18 3; 2-22 1
- -, impeachment of 98: 10-15 3
Clipfel, Mary Lou 77: 6-30 3
Clipp, Dan 76: 1-22 6
clocks, synchronization of campus
         96: 12-12 1
         98: 1-30 10
Cloeter, David 74: 9-26 7; 11-1 6
Clonch, Lisa (see also Klonch)
         90: 10-25 1
         91: 3-7 2 (P); 10-3 1; 10-10 2 (P); 10-17 4; 10-31 11 (P); 12-5 1; 12-13 1
-, Liz
         97: 3-6 4; 10-2 10; 10-9 10; 11-6 8
         98: 3-510 (P)
Clopton, Julie
         84: 6-14 4, 6; 6-21 3, 6; 6-28 4, 6; 7-12 7; 7-19 4, 6; 7-26 3, 5; 9-6 13; 9-13 6; 9-20 7, 14;
                  9-25 1; 9-27 16; 10-2 2, 8; 10-4 1; 10-16 12; 10-23 3; 11-1 3; 11-6 1; 11-15 1; 11-
                  29 10; 12-6 8, 13; 12-11 1, 11
         85: 1-17 6; 1-31 7; 2-5 1, 5 LTE; 2-12 1; 2-21 12; 2-28 1; 3-21 1, 10; 4-2 19; 4-11 7; 4-25
                  7; 5-2 9; 6-18 1, 2, 3, 4; 6-25 3, 4, 6, 8; 7-2 2, 3, 4, 7; 7-9 1, 2; 7-23 1, 3, 7; 8-29
                  1; 9-12 1; 9-19 1; 9-26 1; 10-10 1, 7; 11-7 1, 6; 11-14 9; 11-21 1; 12-5 4
         86: 11-20 4
„Closer Than Ever‟ (play) 2002: 2-7 2; 2-14 2; 2-21 2, 4; 2-28 2, 4; 3-7 2
Closter, David 73: 8-30 7
 „Clothes - Adornment or Function?‟ (lecture) 80: 4-24 4
clothing, extra cost of for tall or short persons 74: 3-7 4
clothing for careers 2001: 2-15 8
Clouatre, Dave 77: 2-10 3
Cloud, Darrah
         90: 7-26 5
         91: 7-18 4, 5
         92: 8-27 5
„Cloud Nine‟ (recording) 87: 11-19 4
Clougherty, Robert J Jr (R J Jr)
         90: 8-30 11
         92: 2-13 11; 4-16 4, 6
         93: 2-11 6; 4-8 4 (P); 10-14 2 (P)
         94: 3-17 5
Clouse, Andrea 87: 8-27 5
-, Dennis 88: 10-12 15
-, Jim 76: 9-29 12
-, Maria
         82: 9-23 4 (P), 7
           83: 9-8 10; 10-20 5 (P); 11-17 7 (P)
           84: 2-16 8
           85: 11-14 5
           86: 10-2 6; 11-13 4 (P)
-, Paul 87: 6-25 1
Cloutier, Stephanie 87: 2-5 6
Clown Dog Riot 2001: 11-15 4
Clown Extravaganza 95: 10-26 2, 11; 11-11 4
„Clowning Around‟ (seminar) 3-13 2
Cloyd, Connie (see also Cloyed) 73: 9-13 3 (P)
-, Richard (see also Cloyed) 88: 10-6 2; 10-12 2; 10-27 2; 11-3 2
Cloyed, Connie (see also Cloyd)
           73: 9-13 3
           74: 10-10 3
           75: 1-30 3
-, Juanita
           92: 10-1 14; 10-8 13; 10-15 14; 10-22 14; 10-29 14; 11-5 12; 11-12 14; 11-18 12; 12-10
                   15
           99: 11-18 9
-, Richard D (Dick, Rich) (see also Cloyd)
           71: 2-4 3; 2-11 4; 3-11 5; 4-1 3; 4-15 3; 4-20 10; 5-13 1; 10-28 6; 11-18 4
           72: 1-27 3; 4-13 5; 4-20 1; 4-27 3; 6-22 1; 8-31 6; 9-21 6; 11-2 6
           73: 2-15 3; 5-10 1; 12-6 1
           74: 1-17 3; 1-24 6; 3-7 8; 4-4 8; 6-27 3; 11-21 5; 12-12 3
           75: 3-13 3; 10-17 5; 11-13 3, 10
           76: 2-26 1; 4-29 3; 10-7 7; 11-11 8; 11-18 5; 12-2 3
           77: 2-24 1; 9-8 8B; 11-10 8
           79: 1-26 3; 11-8 6
           81: 10-1 8
           85: 10-23 1; 12-5 2
           86: 4-24 2; 10-2 2
           87: 2-5 11; 4-16 5; 11-12 12; 12-3 2; 12-10 2
           88: 1-14 2; 3-24 7; 11-10 2; 11-17 2, 9; 12-1 2; 12-8 2
           89: 1-12 2; 1-19 2; 2-2 2
           90: 2-8 4; 2-22 1; 9-6 11; 10-4 12; 10-11 17; 10-25 14; 11-1 12; 11-8 12; 11-15 14; 11-20
                   14
           91: 10-3 11
           92: 2-13 11; 3-19 4; 10-1 13, 14; 10-8 13; 10-15 14; 10-22 14; 10-29 14; 11-5 12; 11-12
                   14; 11-18 12; 12-10 15
           99: 11-18 9
- -, retirement of 94: 4-28 4
-, Theresa 79: 10-4 1
Club 3 (bar) 2002: 9-12 7
Club Chalet 78: 2-2 7; 3-8 1; 3-16 4
Club Continental (business) 73: 2-22 2; 7-12 2
club drugs 2002: 9-12 1, 8
Club Hispanico
           80: 11-20 1
           81: 2-26 1; 3-19 3; 4-30 1; 10-29 3; 11-12 6
           82: 1-21 1; 1-28 1; 2-25 1; 3-4 1; 3-18 1; 4-22 1; 9-16 1; 10-7 1; 10-14 1
           83: 3-17 6; 9-22 1; 9-29 1; 10-6 6; 10-13 4
           84: 2-23 3; 9-20 2; 9-25 2; 10-4 3; 12-4 6; 12-6 21; 12-13 3
           85: 1-15 2; 1-17 2; 2-12 2; 2-14 2; 2-19 2; 10-3 1
-, contribution to Calvin T Ryan Library by 84: 920 2
Club Nebraska 94: 11-17 7
Club West 94: 4-7 1
Clunas, Kevin 2000: 9-21 1
Clymer, Kelsey
          2000: 9-7 5; 9-14 5; 9-28 5; 10-12 5; 11-9 4; 11-16 4 (P), 7
          2001: 9-20 6 (P); 10-4 3 (P), 4; 10-11 5; 10-18 6; 11-8 5; 11-15 6
          2002: 9-5 5, 6; 9-19 5; 9-26 4; 10-10 5; 10-17 2 (P), 6; 11-14 4
-, Steve 71: 4-20 4; 5-13 4; 5-20 5
Clyne, Jerome 92: 2-27 6 (P)
-, Melissa 97: 10-2 7 (P)
C-Mart (business) 90: 3-8 1; 9-6 2
CNCHEC 76: 10-14 10
CNN Newsource Award 93: 1-28 10
Co-Curricular Bulletin 85: 2-14 8
coaching roles, change in, for basketball coaches 96: 8-29 9
Coaching the Female Athlete (course) 86: 7-17 1
Coakley, Charles (see also Coakly)
          95: 11-2 9
          96: 2-15 4; 2-29 1; 4-11 1, 6, 11; 4-18 7; 4-25 3 LTE, 8; 9-12 12; 10-24 1; 12-12 1, 11
          97: 1-23 4
-, Dave 95: 1-19 7 (P)
-, Linda 99: 1-28 2
Coakly, Charles (see also Coakley) 94: 2-3 11
Coalition for a New Foreign and Military Policy 83: 10-20 1
Coalson, Deanna 74: 1-17 4
Coan, Johanna 93: 4-8 2 (P)
Coast to Coast (business) 77: 2-10 9
Coate, Paul 97: 10-23 10 (P)
-, Tricia (Trish, Patricia)
          99: 11-11 2 (P)
          2000: 8-31 3, 4, 7; 9-7 3, 4, 9; 9-14 3 (P), 4, 8; 9-21 3, 8; 9-28 3, 4, 6, 8; 10-5 3 (P), 5;
                   10-12 3, 4, 8; 10-26 1, 3, 5; 11-2 3 (P), 5, 6; 11-9 1, 3, 5; 11-16 3, 5; 11-30 3 (P),
                   5; 12-7 1, 3, 7; 12-11 3, 4
          2001: 1-18 3, 4 (P); 1-25 3, 4 (P); 2-1 3, 4 (P), 8; 2-8 3 (P), 4 (P); 2-15 3, 4 (P); 2-22 3, 4
                   (P); 3-1 3, 4 (P), 3-8 1 (P), 4 (P); 3-29 3, 5 (P); 4-5 1, 3 (P), 4 (P); 4-12 3 (P), 4
                   (P), 8; 4-19 3, 4 (P); 4-26 2, 3, 6 (P), 12, 13; 9-13 3, 4; 9-20 3 (P), 4; 9-27 3, 4;
                   10-4 3 (P), 4; 10-11 3 (P), 11; 10-18 3, 4; 11-1 3 (P), 9; 11-8 3, 4; 11-15 3, 4; 11-
                   29 3, 4; 12-6 3, 4; 12-13 2, 3, 6
          2002: 1-24 3; 1-31 3; 2-7 3 (P), 4; 2-14 3; 2-21 3; 2-28 3; 3-7 3 (P), 4; 3-14 3 (P); 4-4 3
                   (P); 4-11 3; 4-18 3; 4-25 3, 8; 5-2 2 (P), 3 (P)
Coates, Adam
          2000: 4-6 7; 4-20 10; 9-7 5, 6; 9-14 6; 9-21 5
          2001: 9-13 6; 9-27 6; 10-4 6; 10-11 6
-, Derrick 82: 6-17 Supplement 4; 7-29 5
Coats for Kids program 88: 12-1 13
Cobb, Gina 85: 2-5 14 (P)
-, J E 73: 4-12 5
-, Joe 93: 10-14 6
-, Shelly 84: 9-13 13
-, Travis
          2001: 3-1 2 (P)
          2002: 4-25 8
Coberski, Jean 79: 3-1 7
Coble, Bill
          81: 3-5 10 (P); 3-26 1
          84: 5-3 7
Coburn, Jerry 71: 7-15 1; 7-22 8
Coburn, Teresa 77: 4-21 4
Cobweb Removal Speech Tournament 87: 9-17 8; 10-1 6
Coca-Cola 83: 10-6 5
-, exclusive contract with 90: 5-3 6
-, „new‟ 85: 7-2 6
cocaine
         83: 10-13 10
         85: 4-16 9
         87: 6-18 3
         88: 9-8 14
Coccetti, Robert (see also Cocetti)
         71: 9-30 3; 11-18 1
         72: 3-9 4
Cocetti, Robert (Bob) (see also Coccetti)
         71: 9-23 4; 10-28 3
         72: 7-6 2; 7-27 1; 9-21 1; 10-19 1
         73: 1-18 3; 3-1 1; 9-13 1
         74: 2-7 3; 2-28 3; 4-18 1; 10-10 3
         75: 1-23 4; 2-6 1; 2-27 5; 3-6 5; 3-13 4; 3-20 3; 4-4 3; 4-10 6; 7-10 1; 7-24 5; 8-29 6
         76: 2-12 5; 10-14 3
         77: 1-27 4; 4-21 5; 12-1 8
         78: 1-12 1; 4-20 3; 6-22 7; 6-29 6; 9-14 6; 12-7 1 (P)
         79: 2-1 10; 3-22 4; 7-12 1
         80: 8-28 3
         82: 1-28 4; 10-28 1
         83: 1-27 1; 2-3 1; 7-21 3; 10-20 5
         84: 7-26 1
         85: 6-18 4; 9-19 4; 11-21 1
         86: 9-11 6 (P); 9-18 2; 9-25 5 (P); 10-30 4 (P); 11-20 6 (P); 12-11 9 (P)
         87: 1-22 6 (P); 2-5 6 (P); 2-26 12 (P); 4-2 5 (P); 4-30 9 (P); 10-22 3; 12-3 3
         88: 1-21 2, 3 (P); 2-25 3 (P); 4-7 3 (P); 9-22 11; 12-1 5
         89: 4-20 1
         95: 10-5 6
         97: 1-30 10; 2-20 1; 4-10 5
         2000: 12-7 9
-, Robin
         79: 9-20 Encounter 2; 10-25 Encounter 9 (P)
         83: 7-21 3
         85: 11-21 1
Cochnar, Kathy 79: 3-22 Encounter 4
Cochran, John
         73: 5-3 8; 8-30 3; 11-7 4; 11-29 8
         74: 7-18 3
         76: 2-5 5; 12-2 3
         77: 11-10 1
         78: 4-20 4
-, Curt
         84: 11-29 24 (P)
         85: 1-15 7 (P), 8; 11-14 7
         86: 1-30 8; 2-6 7 (P); 2-27 9; 3-7 5; 3-13 7; 5-8 10
-, Jeanne 81: 9-3 5
-, John 83: 9-29 5
-, Joy 95: 8-24 8
-, Kevin 83: 9-22 1, 13; 9-29 9 (P)
-, Leslie 94: 9-15 6
-, Rebecca
         89: 8-31 11
         92: 9-17 13
Cochrane, Jessica 2002: 2-21 3; 2-28 8
-, Joey 2002: 10-31 5; 11-21 5 (P)
-, Michael J 2002: 9-19 2; 11-21 2
-, Travis 96: 11-21 11
Cocke, Enid 79: 3-29 10
Cockerill, Ann
         72: 4-27 4
         73: 2-1 10; 3-8 3
„Coconuts‟ (film) 75: 10-2 1
Coday, Teresa (Teri) (see also Cody)
         77: 12-8 8
         78: 2-2 3
-, Tom 79: 11-29 1
Code Blue (emergency telephone system)
         92: 3-5 1; 8-27 10
         94: 9-22 1
Code of Conduct 2001: 11-15 2
codependency 92: 3-12 11
Codling, Tiffany 92: 4-2 6
Codner, Anna Clair 71: 1-7 5
Cody, Anne 2000: 11-9 2
-, John 89: 1-26 2
-, Nikki 93: 11-4 9
Cody, Terri (see also Coday) 79: 6-28 3
Coe, Shelly
         88: 1-21 8; 1-28 7, 8; 2-11 10; 2-25 7; 4-7 1; 9-1 6; 11-3 5 (P)
         89: 2-23 5; 9-7 5 (P)
         90: 6-28 5
-, Tiffany 90: 12-6 2 (P)
-, Travis
         95: 11-30 6
         99: 4-15 2 (P)
         2001: 3-8 4; 4-5 4
coed residence halls
         72: 4-20 1
         81: 10-29 1
         94: 9-15 6
-, demand for 78: 1-26 1
Coen, Paul (see also Cohen)
         89: 9-7 10 (P)
         90: 2-8 12; 9-20 3 (P); 10-11 11
         91: 2-7 4 (P); 9-12 2 (P); 10-3 2 (P); 10-24 2 (P); 11-14 3 (P)
         92: 2-20 3 (P); 4-16 Special Section 10 (P); 10-8 1; 10-22 3 (P), 11
         93: 4-15 8
         94: 2-17 3 LTE
         97: 12-4 4
         98: 10-8 6; 11-5 7
         99: 1-21 4
         2000: 3-30 3; 8-31 1 (P); 10-26 1, 6
         2001: 1-18 2
Cofer, Judith Ortiz 99: 2-25 6; 3-11 1
coffee 75: 10-2 Insert 2
-, addiction to 77: 1-20 1
Coffee Central
         97: 10-2 10; 10-16 6; 10-30 10
           98: 1-15 2; 1-22 2; 10-1 10; 11-5 2; 11-12 2; 11-19 6
           99: 2-25 6
Coffee House Poets 95: 9-28 11
Coffee Maker see The Coffee Maker (business)
Coffeemaker Espresso Company (business)
           93: 11-11 12
           94: 2-24 6; 9-22 6
           95: 2-16 6
coffee stand, Fine Arts Building 2000: 9-7 8
Coffeehouse Series 2002: 10-3
Coffey, Jeremy 95: 4-6 7
-, Jolene 71: 11-4 4
-, Margery 91: 10-3 5
-, Michele
           87: 2-12 2; 10-22 1 (P); 11-19 1
           88: 2-4 1 (P)
-, Stacy 92: 3-19 2 (P)
-, Thomas
           86: 10-30 1
           87: 3-9 1, 2; 4-30 1
Coffie, Allan 88: 4-28 6
Coffin, William Sloane 91: 4-4 1 (P)
Coffman, Bret
           91: 11-14 4
           92: 2-13 1
-, Kurt (Curt) (see also Cofman)
           80: 9-11 8; 12-4 8; 12-11 4
           81: 1-29 6; 2-5 5; 3-5 3; 4-23 2 LTE
           2002: 10-10 2, 8
-, Wendy 87: 7-2 4
Cofman, Curt (see also Coffman) 81: 1-22 3
Coghill, Curt 93: 4-22 13
Cogswell, Jeff (Jeffery, Jeffrey)
           92: 3-19 1; 4-2 1
           93: 2-25 1; 9-2 11 (P), 12
           95: 3-16 10
cohabitation 79: 3-22 Encounter 6
Cohan, David 87: 3-5 2
Cohen, Anthony 99: 1-28 4 (P); 2-11 6 (P)
-, Daniel 80: 1-24 6
-, Michael
           85: 8-29 3; 9-26 4; 10-23 1
           86: 2-20 2; 9-5 1
- -, filing of EEOC complaint by 87: 4-30 1
-, Morris
           72: 3-10 9 (P), 10, 11
           73: 4-3 7 (P), 8
-, Paul 2001: 4-19 8 (see also Coen)
Cohn, Cindy
           92: 8-27 8; 10-29 14
           93: 3-4 7; 3-18 7; 4-8 7 (P); 4-15 7; 4-22 7; 9-30 9
           94: 3-3 8; 3-10 7; 3-17 7; 3-31 7; 4-7 7; 4-14 7; 4-21 7; 4-28 9
           95: 3-2 7; 3-16 7 (P), 8; 3-30 7; 4-6 7, 8 (P); 4-13 7, 10
           96: 2-29 8; 3-7 8; 3-28 5; 4-4 7, 8; 4-18 8
           97: 2-20 7
Colarco, Susan
         93: 3-4 7; 4-15 8
         94: 2-24 7; 4-14 8; 4-21 7
         95: 2-16 2; 3-30 2
Colbert, Mason
         88: 9-8 15
         92: 2-13 12; 3-12 10, 12; 3-19 10
Colburn, Teresa
         74: 12-12 3
         77: 10-6 5 (P)
colds
         76: 9-29 4
         79: 10-11 7; 11-8 8; 12-6 10
         89: 2-2 12
cold fusion 89: 5-4 12
Coldiron, Eric (see also Coliron) 93: 10-14 1 (P)
-, Nate 2001: 4-19 2
-, Quinn
         91: 1-24 4; 1-31 4; 3-7 4; 4-4 7; 4-18 1; 4-25 1; 5-2 7; 10-24 4 (P)
         92: 9-17 5
         93: 2-11 3
Coldman, Cari 84: 4-5 2 (P)
Coldwell, Bob 92: 2-13 1
Coldwell Banker Town and Country Realty (business)
         88: 7-21 8; 9-8 1
         89: 8-31 12; 10-5 12
         90: 6-21 4
Cole, Alex 87: 4-30 2
-, Beth 94: 10-13 14
-, Bob 75: 10-23 1
-, Dan 96: 4-18 2 (P); 9-26 1
-, David (Dave)
         71: 12-16 1
         73: 2-1 10; 2-22 5
         74: 6-27 1; 8-29 1
         77: 9-1 8
-, Happy 2001: 10-4 4
-, Harley 73: 6-28 1
-, Harvey E
         76: 4-8 3
         87: 6-18 8 (P); 8-=27 6
-, James 88: 4-21 11
-, Jason
         89: 12-7 8
         90: 12-13 7
         91: 2-14 7; 11-21 7
-, John (Jon)
         71: 2-18 6
         75: 7-17 8; 8-29 3; 9-25 3
         76: 9-23 4
         77: 1-27 4; 9-1 5
         78: 2-23 6; 4-6 3; 8-31 1, 12
         84: 11-13 14
-, Kate 97: 2-13 10 (P)
-, Katie
         93: 11-4 7; 11-11 7
         94: 1-20 7; 1-27 8
-, Lamont 90: 4-5 9
-, Lauren
          99: 11-4 2
          2001: 2-15 7
-, Megan 2002: 9-5 5
-, Rob 78: 2-2 1
-, Ron
          80: 9-18 5, 11; 10-16 3
          81: 1-22 10; 11-19 10
          82: 3-4 5; 3-25 8 (P)
-, Sarah J 2002: 9-26 6
-, Syndee 87: 8-27 5
Cole Tuckey (group) 78: 8-31 1
Coleman, Bruce 82: 4-29 3
-, Chandra 2001: 12-13 3
-, Craig 76: 4-23 3 (P)
-, Jane Candia 94: 4-7 2
-, Jeff 88; 9-8 5
-, Jen 2001: 1-25 7
-, Justin
          96: 10-31 4
          97: 9-4 7; 9-11 5; 9-18 7, 8; 9-25 5, 6; 10-2 5; 10-9 5, 6; 10-16 5; 10-23 7, 8; 10-30 7; 11-
                  6 5; 11-13 5; 11-20 4
          98: 8-27 7 (P); 9-3 8 (P); 9-10 7 (P), 8; 9-17 7; 9-24 7; 10-1 7; 10-8 7, 8; 10-15 7 (P); 10-
                  29 7 (P), 8 (P); 11-12 1 (P), 7 (P); 11-19 7
          99: 9-2 5; 9-9 5; 9-16 5, 6; 9-23 5 (P); 9-30 5; 10-7 5; 10-14 6; 10-28 5; 11-11 5; 11-18 5;
                  12-9 10
          2000: 2-24 6; 4-6 7; 8-31 5; 9-7 5; 9-14 5, 6; 9-21 5; 9-28 5; 10-5 4; 10-12 5; 10-26 4 (P);
                  11-2 5, 7; 11-16 1 (P), 4; 11-30 4; 12-7 8
          2001: 1-18 6; 3-29 4; 4-12 5; 4-26 7 (P); 11-1 6; 11-15 5
-, Kim 94: 3-3 8
-, Kirk 89: 9-14 11
-, Liz 2001: 2-15 5; 4-5 5; 4-12 5
-, Lois
          85: 9-19 4
          86: 11-20 1
-, Mike
          98: 10-1 7
          99: 9-2 6
          2000: 4-6 7; 9-7 5, 6; 9-28 7; 10-5 4
          2001: 4-5 6; 4-12 5; 9-13 6; 12-13 11
Coleman Powermate (business) 89: 4-13 15
Colerick, Mike 94: 12-8 3 LTE
Coles, William 87: 10-1 4
Coley, John Ford 76: 10-21 1, 3
Colfack, Jamie 97: 12-11 1
Colgan, Kelly 91: 3-7 6
-, Vianne 85: 7-2 6
Colgrove, Marcus
          91: 5-2 9
          94: 9-1 2 (P)
-, Nate 97: 9-4 7, 9 (P); 10-23 7
Colhoff, Sam 87: 2-19 6
Colindras, Ely 2002: 10-3 1
Coliron, Eric (see also Coldiron) 93: 4-29 9
Collado, Renee Graciela 72: 10-19 3
collective bargaining by faculty
         79: 5-3 6
         82: 10-14 1
College Alumni Association 71: 12-2 3
College and Community Orchestra 82: 4-15 1
College and University Partnership Program 79: 2-1 1
College Band
         78: 4-20 5; 4-27 3
         79: 2-22 3
College Book Store and Market (business)
         71: 1-7 3
         75: 9-11 1
College Bookstore (business)
         77: 1-20 5
         79: 12-6 8
         80: 9-25 7
         82: 10-14 8
College Bookstore and Market (business)
         72: 9-7 6
         74: 9-19 9
         77: 9-1 7
         80: 12-11 3
         85: 3-28 1; 4-2 1; 5-2 7; 6-25 6; 9-5 4
College Bowl
         78: 8-31 6; 9-21 4; 10-5 3; 11-2 1; 11-30 1; 12-14 3
         79: 11-15 7
         81: 2-5 1; 11-5 1
         82: 1-21 5; 1-28 1
College Bowl All-Stars 80: 1-10 1; 1-17 3
College Choir
         71: 12-9 6
         72: 4-27 4; 8-31 5; 9-28 7; 11-2 1
         73: 1-11 1; 3-8 1; 8-30 6; 9-27 8; 10-18 8; 11-15 4
         74: 2-28 3; 3-28 6; 9-5 4; 12-12 3
         75: 9-25 8; 12-11 3
         77: 3-3 3; 4-28 10; 12-8 8
         78: 2-23 3; 4-20 5; 4-27 3; 5-4 9
         79: 2-22 3
         80: 4-24 1
         81: 1-15 1; 12-10 1
         82: 2-25 3; 4-15 1, 3; 9-2 1; 9-23 7; 12-9 8
         83: 12-8 1
         84: 12-13 17
         86: 12-4 2
         89: 12-14 2, 6
-, change of name to Mixed Ensemble 77: 3-3 3
College Community Orchestra 71: 2-18 1
College Community Relations Committee 85: 1-17 6
College Craft Portraits (business) 81: 9-24 1
                                th
College Curve (Hwy 30 near 9 Ave) 84: 9-27 6
College Day 83: 11-17 4
College Drive, plans for 74: 12-19 1
College Entrance Examination Board 73: 12-13 8
College Fellow Award 97: 10-23 5
College Fellows 95: 4-13 4
College Fraternity Secretaries Association 71: 3-11 5
College Heights Apartments
          73: 10-11 3
          78: 1-19 4; 8-31 4
-, repair of roof of 79: 2-15 3
-, replacement of air-conditioning units in 90: 9-6 1
College Home Economics Club see Home Economics Club
College Journalists 79: 9-20 3
College Level Examination Program (CLEP)
          72: 11-2 4
          84: 9-13 8
          89: 3-2 10
          95: 10-19 1
College Liquor (business)
          81: 2-12 1; 9-10 1
          83: 2-3 1
          89: 9-28 5
          95: 9-21 1
College Men‟s League 76: 1-22 3
College Music Journal convention 97: 9-25 4
College of Education Building
          96: 10-31 5
          97: 1-23 4
          98: 9-17 1
          99: 2-11 1; 4-1 4; 4-29 1, 12; 9-16 1
          2000: 9-7 2; 9-14 2; 9-21 1
          2001:10-4 1
          2002: 9-12 9
-, presentation by architect who designed 2002: 11-14 2; 11-21 2
College of Education Outstanding Alumni Reception 2001: 10-11 2
College of Hair Design 96: 2-2 4
College of Nursing 94: 3-31 14; 4-7 12
College Orchestra
          78: 4-20 5
          86: 10-9 2
          87: 11-19 6; 12-10 4
College Park
          89: 9-21 2
          92: 4-30 4; 9-17 1
          94: 9-22 6
College Photography Contest 91: 4-4 12
College Placement Association of Nebraska
          85: 1-31 3
          93: 9-16 10
          95: 9-28 2; 10-5 16
          98: 10-8 11
College Placement Council 79: 2-22 1
College Planning Council 85: 4-18 6
College Poetry Contest 84: 10-18 2
College Reading and Learning Association 95: 4-27 6
College Relations 77: 11-17 5
College Relations 91: 2-7 1
College Republicans
          82: 11-18 1
          84: 9-20 2; 9-25 2; 10-9 2; 10-11 2, 3; 10-18 2; 12-4 2; 12-6 21
          85: 1-15 2; 2-26 2; 3-5 15; 4-2 2; 4-11 1; 4-25 2; 4-30 2; 5-2 2; 10-10 1
          86: 4-24 2; 9-11 2; 9-25 2; 10-2 1; 10-9 2; 10-30 2; 12-4 2
         87: 1-29 2; 2-5 1, 2; 2-12 2, 4; 2-19 2; 4-2 2; 9-10 2
         89: 11-2 6; 11-16 12; 11-30 4
         90: 2-1 1; 2-15 3 LTE, 5; 10-4 2
         91: 1-31 12; 2-7 14; 4-11 1; 8-29 1; 9-12 16; 10-3 10; 10-10 16; 10-24 12; 10-31 12
         92: 1-30 14; 2-6 14; 2-13 12; 2-20 1, 6; 3-5 10; 3-12 12; 4-9 10; 10-15 1; 10-29 14; 11-5
                  12; 11-12 14; 11-18 12
         94: 1-27 12; 2-3 11; 2-10 10; 2-17 10; 2-24 8; 3-3 10; 3-10 12; 3-17 12; 3-31 14; 4-7 12;
                  4-14 12; 4-21 12; 4-28 13
         95: 2-9 12; 2-16 8; 2-23 8; 3-2 8; 3-9 10; 3-16 1, 13; 3-30 10; 4-6 12; 4-13 12; 4-27 15; 9-
                  21 6, 12; 9-28 12; 10-5 16; 10-12 14; 10-19 10; 10-26 11; 11-2 10; 11-11 10; 11-
                  16 14; 11-30 11; 12-7 19
         96: 1-18 9; 1-25 9; 2-2 9; 2-8 15; 2-15 11; 2-22 9; 2-29 9; 3-7 9; 3-14 13; 3-28 7; 4-4 9; 4-
                  11 11; 4-18 10; 4-25 17
         97: 12-4 6
         98: 2-5 9; 2-12 9; 2-19 9; 2-26 7; 3-5 9; 3-12 6; 3-19 7; 4-9 7; 4-16 7; 4-23 9; 4-30 15
         2002: 2-14 2
-, sponsorship of Homecoming royalty candidate by 87: 10-22 1
College Review Art Committee 82: 11-18 5
College Sex Survey 96: 8-29 8
„College-Student Relationships‟ (paper) 71: 4-1 1
College Women‟s League
         73: 11-15 6
         76: 1-22 3
College Work-Study Program 83: 11-17 7
Collegians for Integration and Accessibility
         94: 9-29 11; 10-6 6; 11-3 1, 9
         95: 8-24 14; 8-31 13; 9-14 10; 9-21 2, 12; 9-28 12; 10-5 16; 10-12 14; 10-19 10; 10-26
                  11; 11-2 10; 11-11 10; 11-16 14; 11-30 11; 12-7 19
         96: 1-18 9; 1-25 9; 2-2 9, 10; 2-8 15; 2-15 11; 2-22 9; 2-29 9; 3-7 9; 3-14 4, 13; 3-28 7; 4-
                  4 9; 4-11 11; 4-18 10; 4-25 17; 8-29 13; 9-12 13; 9-19 11; 9-26 9; 10-3 9; 10-10
                  11; 10-17 9; 10-24 11; 10-31 9; 11-7 9, 10; 11-14 9; 11-21 11; 12-5 11; 12-12 15
         97: 1-23 1, 9; 1-30 9; 2-6 13; 2-13 8; 2-20 9; 2-27 9; 3-6 4, 9; 3-13 11; 3-20 9; 4-3 9; 4-10
                  9; 4-17 15; 4-24 13; 5-1 19; 9-4 13; 9-11 9; 9-18 11; 9-25 9; 10-2 4; 10-9 9; 10-16
                  7; 10-30 9; 11-6 1, 7; 11-13 7; 11-20 5; 12-4 7; 12-11 13
         98: 1-15 7; 1-22 7; 1-29 9; 2-5 9; 2-12 9; 2-19 9; 2-26 7; 3-5 9; 3-12 6; 3-19 7; 4-2 7; 4-9
                  7; 4-16 7; 4-23 9; 4-30 15; 8-27 9; 9-3 2, 9; 9-10 9; 9-24 9; 10-1 9; 10-8 11; 10-15
                  11; 10-29 11; 11-5 7; 11-12 9; 11-19 9; 12-3 7; 12-10 7, 13
         99: 3-25 2
         2000: 3-30 1; 9-14 2; 9-21 2; 9-28 2; 10-5 2; 10-12 2; 10-26 2; 11-2 2; 11-9 2; 11-16 2;
                  11-30 2; 12-7 2
         2001: 2-1 7; 9-27 1
         2002: 5-2 12
Collegiate Award for Excellence 92: 4-16 6
Collegiate Corner (business) 90: 6-21 1
Collegiate Cross-Country Bike Ride 76: 3-4 8
Collegiate Institute for Leadership 91: 2-7 14
Collegiate Leadership Award 92: 4-2 10
Collegiate Leadership Institute
         91: 2-14 10; 2-21 12
         92: 2-13 1, 10; 3-12 12; 4-2 10; 9-17 11
         93: 11-4 2
         94: 3-3 10
-, workshop offered by 92: 11-12 12
Collegiate Society of Electronic Media 98: 10-15 10
Collegium see Vocal Collegium
Collier, Lester
         71: 5-6 4
         72: 4-13 3; 4-27 1
-, Melissa 93: 2-18 10
Collignon, Brian (see also Colligon, Collingnon) 79: 4-26 7; 5-3 1e4
Colligon, Brian (see also Collignon, Collingnon) 79: 4-12 8
Collin, David (Dave) 88: 2-18 8; 4-28 9; 10-27 9
-, Nancy 73: 5-3 3; 12-13 3
Colling, Alan 90: 8-30 15
-, Chris 94: 10-6 7
-, Heather R 2002: 4-25 10
-, James 74: 11-21 1
-, Kathy (Cathy) 72: 1-20 6; 3-10 11
-, Pam (see also Collings)
         74: 11-21 1; 12-5 5
         76: 11-4 7
         77: 2-10 3; 3-17 5 (P); 3-24 3; 3-31 3; 4-7 1; 4-14 3; 4-21 3; 4-28 7; 9-15 1; 11-3 4; 11-10
                  5 (P); 12-8 7
         78: 3-8 1 (P), 3, 4 (P); 3-16 1, 2 LTE; 3-30 1, 3; 4-6 1; 4-13 1; 5-4 1, 3 (P); 9-7 3; 9-28 1;
                  10-5 9 (P); 11-2 1; 11-30 7
         79: 1-11 1; 1-26 3; 2-1 3; 3-15 1; 12-13 8
-, Robert
         77: 2-10 9
         88: 12-1 5
Collingnon, Brian (see also Collignon, Colligon) 78: 3-30 10
Collings, Barbara (Barb) (see also Collins)
         71: 3-4 5
         77: 3-24 7
-, Pam (see also Colling) 79: 3-1 1
Collins, Barbara (see also Collings) (Barb)
         76: 11-4 4; 12-2 4
         77: 2-17 4
-, Brad 73: 9-6 7
-, Brian 90: 10-4 8
-, Carrie 90: 5-3 6
-, Chet 95: 4-6 3 LTE
-, Chuck 87: 6-25 2
-, Courtney 90: 5-3 6
-, Dennis (Denny)
         76: 2-19 7; 3-4 7; 9-29 12; 10-7 8
         77: 3-17 8; 4-21 8
-, Dick
         77: 3-31 8
         78: 9-7 1; 9-21 8
         80: 11-13 9 (P)
         84: 10-18 20
         87: 10-8 8
-, Ed 92: 3-5 1
-, Edwardo
         92: 10-15 14
         93: 2-11 12
-, Janet
         76: 10-7 1
         77: 9-22 5
         78: 8-31 5
         79: 8-30 1
-, Meredith 96: 12-12 4
-, Michael 92: 2-20 2 (P)
-, Nate 92: 1-23 1
-, Nathan 92: 2-13 11
-, Richard 86: 7-8 4
-, Shannon
         83: 5-5 1; 9-1 4
         84: 3-1 1; 3-23 1; 4-5 1, 6; 5-3 1; 11-1 3; 12-13 3
         85: 1-31 6; 2-26 6 (P); 3-21 2; 3-26 1, 11; 4-2 1; 4-18 1
         86: 5-1 6 (P)
         88: 12-8 1 (P), 11 (P)
-, Tamara 79: 11-8 1
-, Tom
         75: 8-29 3; 10-17 5
         76: 10-21 4; 11-11 4
         77: 3-24 4
Collinson, John (Jon)
         71: 9-23 6; 10-28 8; 12-9 8; 12-16 4
         72: 1-20 5; 2-3 6; 2-10 3, 6; 4-27 4
„Collision on the Court‟ (exhibition basketball game) 98: 3-12 2; 4-2 5
„Collisions‟ (film) 80: 12-4 1
Collison 98: 10-8 7
Collmer, Dan 94: 12-8 1
Colombia 89: 10-12 4
Colony, Harold O (Hal)
         71: 3-18 1; 4-20 3; 6-24 1; 7-22 1 (P); 7-29 1; 9-9 2; 9-30 1; 10-28 3; 11-11 5
         72: 1-13 1; 3-10 2; 6-22 1; 10-19 5
         73: 4-3 2; 4-19 1; 9-6 1; 12-13 5
         74: 1-17 3; 4-25 4; 8-29 1; 9-26 6; 10-24 1; 12-5 41, 3
         75: 7-10 2 LTE; 10-30 6; 11-6 10
         76: 2-19 8; 7-1 7; 9-16 5 (P); 9-23 1, 3; 10-14 1
         77: 1-20 3; 1-27 4; 2-3 5; 2-17 1; 2-24 3; 3-3 1; 3-17 1; 4-14 4; 7-14 4; 9-8 1, 5; 9-15 3;
                   11-17 5
         78: 2-9 1; 3-16 10; 4-13 1; 4-27 1; 9-7 1; 9-21 6; 10-26 1; 11-16 1; 11-30 1
         79: 5-3 4; 9-13 1; 9-27 1; 12-6 1; 12-13 1
         80: 7-3 3; 9-25 1; 12-4 6
         81: 1-22 3; 9-24 1; 10-1 9; 10-29 5; 12-10 1
         82: 1-21 1; 4-22 1; 4-29 1; 6-17 1, 3; 7-15 1, 4; 9-2 1; 10-28 1; 12-2 3
         83: 7-28 7; 9-15 7
         84: 1-26 5; 4-12 9; 5-3 10; 10-2 3; 11-1 1
         85: 3-5 11; 7-2 1; 7-9 1, 4 (P); 8-29 4
         86: 5-8 1; 9-5 1
         87: 2-5 1
         93: 9-23 2 (P)
         94: 3-31 2 (P); 4-28 4
-, Kevin
         78: 3-16 879: 3-1 5 (P); 3-15 1; 5-3 1
         81: 1-22 3
-, Kim
         80: 10-23 1
         81: 3-5 10 (P); 3-26 1; 4-23 1
         82: 4-15 4 (P)
         83: 4-6 5 (P); 10-13 10; 10-20 4
         84: 1-26 5
-, Kimaree Sue 82: 4-22 1
-, Kimarer 82: 4-29 1 (P)
-, Kip
           83: 5-5 3 (P); 10-13 6
           84: 1-26 5; 4-12 6 (P); 6-21 1; 9-6 26
-, Polly
           75: 8-29 3
           76: 9-2 8
           78: 3-16 1
color photograph, first in Antelope 92: 10-29 2
Colorado 83: 7-21 5
-, Department of Geography study tour to 87: 9-24 6
-, ROTC rappelling trip to 84: 10-23 16
-, ski trip to 78: 2-16 1
-, student teaching in 86: 2-6 2
-, study tour by aviation students to 89: 5-4 12
-, study trip to
           78: 1-12 4; 2-9 1
           79: 9-6 3; 11-1 3
           80: 9-4 1
           81: 9-10 8
           82: 9-30 6
           83: 9-15 4
           84: 9-18 4
Colorado Air National Guard, visit by plane of 90: 6-28 2
Colorado Easter Seal Society 78: 2-9 1
Colorado Plateau, study trip to
           76: 2-5 4
           77: 2-10 8; 9-8 8B
           78: 2-9 1; 2-23 3
           79: 1-11 4; 5-3 1, 7
           80: 12-11 1
           81: 1-15 5; 4-9 1; 6-25 5
           82: 6-24 3
Colorado River, raft trip on
           71: 3-4 3‟ 7=1 2
           74: 3-28 6
           75: 6-26 8
-, study trip to
           73: 2-15 1
           74: 7-26 5
           75: 2-20 4; 4-17 3; 4-24 3
Colorado Xplosion 97: 11-13 4
coloring books see Blue and Gold Yearbook
„Colour My World‟ (art work) 85: 6-25 4
Colours see The Colours (group)
Colsden, Lyle D
           71: 2-4 4; 6-24 3
           72: 2-17 1; 8-31 1
           73: 3-29 10; 4-12 10
           74: 8-29 1
           77: 1-27 4; 3-31 6
           84: 7-12 7
           87: 5-7 10
           89: 2-2 6
           91: 10-3 10
           98: 2-19 6
           99: 3-11 1, 2
Colson, Dave 2001: 3-1 2
-, Shawn 88: 2-25 8
Colter, Gary 71: 4-1 5
Columbine High School shootings 99: 4-22 3; 4-29 3, 4
Columbus, Christopher 92: 10-15 11
Columbus, Nebraska, Industrial Education field trip to 74: 3-7 5
columns, reconstructed 87: 7-9 1
-, saving of Administration Building‟s 80: 7-3 3
Colvert, Chad 92: 8-27 8
Colvin, Dixie
         73: 3-29 3
         74: 12-12 1
-, Ellamay 83: 6-23 7
-, Isaac 94: 9-1 3 LTE
-, Kelley (Kelly)
         85: 9-26 10
         86: 3-7 5; 4-17 7
         87: 4-30 8; 5-7 7
         88: 10-6 9
-, Mark 84: 9-13 13
-, Rebecca
         98: 4-16 2
         99: 2-25 2
-, Sam 73: 3-29 4
Colwell, Rita
         95: 11-2 12000: 4-27 1
-, William E
         71: 4-20 12
         73: 4-3 8
         75: 11-20 5
         76: 2-12 3; 3-25 4; 5-6 4; 7-15 8; 12-9 1
         78: 4-27 1
„Coma‟ (film) 79: 5-3 1
Combs, Michelle 89: 4-13 5 (P)
-, Patrick (Pat) (see also Comes)
         83: 2-3 9
         84: 9-13 13
         85: 4-11 3; 9-5 1; 11-14 1
-, Teresa 83: 7-14 4
 „Come On Feel the Lemonheads‟ (recording) 94: 1-20 9
Comedy Central 98: 10-8 10
Comedy Night
         2000: 9-28 4
         2001: 9-13 2; 10-4 4
Comerford, Karen
         86: 4-17 6; 7-10 1
         88: 4-28 4
Comerford Corp (business) 77: 9-15 3
Comes, Pat (see also Combs) 83: 3-17 1
Comet Hyakutake 96: 3-28 1, 8
Comet Kohoutek
         73: 12-20 1
         74: 1-17 1
comic books 91: 10-31 6
„Coming Out in Rural Nebraska‟ 99: 9-16 2
„Coming Through the Rye‟ (play) 72: 5-4 3
„Comings and Goings‟ (play) 72: 5-4 3
Comm, Deann 82: 9-30 4
commencement exercises
          71: 1-14 1; 5-20 1; 7-22 1; 7-29 1; 12-16 1, 3
          72: 5-4 1; 7-27 1
          73: 5-10 1; 7-26 1
          74: 4-18 4; 5-9 1; 8-1 1; 12-19 6
          75: 5-8 1
          76: 5-6 8; 12-9 10
          77: 5-5 1; 7-28 4; 12-8 11
          78: 5-4 1; 12-14 8
          79: 5-3 10; 12-13 4
          80: 5-1 4; 7-24 1; 12-11 4
          81: 4-9 1; 4-30 6; 7-30 1; 12-10 4
          82: 4-29 4; 7-29 1; 12-9 4
          83: 5-5 1; 7-21 4; 7-28 1; 12-8 7
          84: 5-3 4; 6-14 3
          85: 7-23 1
          86: 5-8 1; 7-8 4; 7-24 1; 12-11 9
          87: 5-7 1; 6-18 7; 7-23 2; 12-10 1, 10
          88: 1-14 6; 8-4 1, 2; 12-8 1
          89: 1-12 2; 5-4 1; 6-15 6; 7-27 1, 2; 12-14 1
          90: 5-3 1
          91: 5-2 1; 8-1 1; 12-13 1
          96: 3-28 1; 4-25 1, 8
          97: 12-11 1, 5
          98: 12-10 1
          2001: 12-13 10
          2002: 5-2 1
-, attendance at 93: 4-15 11
-, prayer at
          86: 10-30 1, 2; 11-6 2; 11-13 1
          87: 3-5 1
          92: 12-10 1
          93: 3-11 1; 4-8 2; 4-29 1
          98: 4-2 1; 4-9 1, 3; 4-23 3
-, tickets for 82: 4-22 1
Commentaries in Fiber (exhibit) 94: 8-25 12
commercial art, major in 85: 2-21 7
Commercial Federal Bank 95: 4-6 1
Commins, Donna (see also Cummins) 77: 9-1 9; 10-6 11
Commins, Scott
          72: 9-21 7
          73: 4-5 5; 9-13 8; 9-27 5
          76: 6-24 2
Committee for an Optional Student Activity Fee 78: 11-2 1
Committee on Institutional Cooperation 80: 12-4 7
Committee on Moral Education 72: 3-23 4
Committee on Undergraduate Admissions 91: 9-26 1
Commodities Workshop 73: 12-13 1, 5
Common Area Damage 92: 4-9 9
„Common Threads‟ (film) 92: 9-3 1
„Communication and Control of Feelings‟ (paper) 71: 4-1 5
„Communication as Persons and Professionals‟ (lecture) 71: 4-29 3
Communication Disorders Program 91: 9-26 5
-, re-accreditation of 87: 7-16 5
communication skills, interpersonal 89: 4-6 5
Communication Skills Workshop 87: 11-19 2
Communications Computer Lab, printing in 99: 1-21 7
Communications Decency Act 96: 2-29 3
Community Action of Nebraska
       94: 10-27 2
       95: 11-16 11
Community Action Program (CAP)
       71: 4-15 2
       72: 11-9 3; 11-16 5
       78: 1-26 6; 3-30 4
Community Classic Kickoff 2000: 9-7 4
Community College Conference 77: 3-31 5
Community College-KSC Coordination Conference 77: 3-3 1; 3-17 3
community colleges 76: 10-7 1
Community First Aid and Safety classes
       96: 4-25 2
       98: 3-5 2; 3-12 2
Community Food Pantry 82: 11-24 3
Community Foursquare Church 73: 8-30 7
Community Fund Raising Campaign (KSC Foundation) 85: 9-5 1
Community Health Education Consortium 72: 7-27 1; 9-21 1
Community Hunger Appeal
       75: 3-13 5
       78: 2-2 1
       81: 10-1 3
Community Improvement Program 72: 3-16 6
Community Mental Health 74: 4-18 5
Community Mental Health Center 77: 9-8 4
Community Service Day 96: 4-18 2
commuters, survey of 77: 12-1 1
commuting to campus
       71: 7-15 3
       73: 7-26 3
       74: 3-7 3
       75: 9-11 3
       78: 10-5 4
       92: 3-5 6
       94: 9-22 9
Comocho, Rodrigo 88: 10-6 14
compact discs 86: 2-13 8
„Company‟ (play)
       74: 2-21 1, 4; 2-28 3; 3-7 1, 2, 8
       88: 7-14 2; 7-21 2; 7-28 2; 8-4 4
Company Care (program) 92: 10-29 13
Compassion International 87: 3-26 5
Complete Awareness Program (program) 94: 1-27 12; 2-3 11; 2-10 10; 2-17 10; 2-24 8
Complete Music (business) 92: 2-6 11
Compora, Mario Alberto 71: 4-20 9
Comprehensive Education and Training Act (CETA) 77: 10-6 8
Comprehensive Education Training Act (CETA) 77: 9-22 4
Comprehensive Employment and Training Act (CETA) 77: 9-15 4
Comprehensive Long Range Campus Plan 72: 11-2 3
comprehensive major, limit on credit hours required for 86: 9-11 1
Compton, Ann
       78: 6-22 1; 9-21 6
       79: 2-15 1 (P)
-, Debbie (Deb)
          76: 4-8 Spring 9; 5-6 2 (P); 9-2 2; 9-9 2; 9-16 2; 9-23 2; 9-29 2; 10-7 2; 10-14 2; 10-21 2;
                   11-4 2; 11-11 2; 11-18 2; 12-2 2; 12-9 2
          77: 1-13 2; 1-20 2; 1-27 2; 2-3 2; 2-10 2, 6; 2-17 2; 2-24 2; 3-3 2; 3-17 2; 3-24 2, 4; 3-31
                   2; 4-7 2; 4-14 2; 4-21 2; 4-28 2; 5-5 2
-, Dorothy Danforth 79: 8-30 3
-, Harlan
          95: 3-9 9 (P)
          96: 11-21 7
-, Lori
          80: 12-4 6
          81: 2-5 1; 10-29 Accent 3; 12-10 Accent 2, 3
-, Stanley (Stan)
          76: 9-2 8
          77: 10-6 14
          79: 12-13 2
          80: 2-14 5; 9-4 3; 9-18 1, 3
          81: 2-19 4; 10-22 1
          82: 4-29 1
-, Tressi 91: 4-4 6 (P)
compulsive overeating 92: 2-20 9
computer, first student-owned at KSC 77: 3-31 7
computer aided drafting (CAD) equipment 84: 7-26 6
Computer Assisted Instruction Subcommittee 84: 12-6 1
Computer Center
          75: 7-17 8
          76: 1-17 3; 9-23 4
          77: 9-1 8
          78: 2-23 6; 8-31 3
          79: 8-30 5
          81: 9-3 6
          83: 6-30 5; 7-21 6
-, short staffing of 81: 4-2 1
Computer Club
          75: 2-27 3
          90: 11-8 1
computer education workshops 84: 6-28 6
computer lab (West Center) 94: 12-8 4
computer lab, priorities of 71: 10-7 3
computer labs
          90: 9-13 13
          91: 9-19 1
          92: 9-17 6
Computer Literacy Program 83: 3-24 4
computer room, renovation of 71: 9-9 1
computer science, establishment of major in
          71: 7-22 7
          72: 7-27 1; 8-31 9
-, jobs in 81: Spring 1981 Encounter 21, 22, 23
-, courses in 83: 7-28 6
-, teaching endorsement in 83: 9-29 1; 10-20 1
Computer Science 330 (course) 88: 1-14 10
Computer Science and Information Sciences Program 86: 7-10 1
computer science education methods course 84: 6-28 6
Computer Science Program
          81: 9-17 1
          84: 12-6 1
          86: 4-24 4
-, effect of budget cuts on 87: 1-29 1
-, enrollment in 81: 10-22 1
Computer Services
          94: 9-15 1; 11-3 1
          95: 4-6 2; 9-14 6; 9-28 10; 10-12 1, 13; 11-11 1; 12-7 15
          98: 12-10 7
-, grant received by 94: 3-10 2
computer system, installation of 72: 2-3 5; 2-17 1
computer terminal, installation of KSC‟s first 72: 2-10 5
computer viruses 92: 3-12 4
computerization of administrative offices 88: 9-8 2
computers, availability of 85: 1-17 1
-, expansion of number of campus 88: 12-1 12; 12-8 1
-, harmful physical effects of 92: 10-8 4
-, importance of in the working world 77: 9-1 5
-, in residence halls 94: 4-7 4
-, new VAX 88: 3-24 6
-, plan to develop access to 84: 12-6 1, 3
-, possible upgrade of 86: 3-13 4
-, problems with 78: 11-16 4
-, purchase by Department of Computer Science of 80: 2-14 5
-, reduced prices for students 94: 4-7 4
-, shortage of 86: 11-20 1; 12-4 1
-, theft of 97: 9-25 1, 4
-, UNK‟s administrative use of 78: 4-6 3
-, update of campus 78: 4-6 3
Computers in the Classroom (presentation) 94: 11-3 10
Comstock, Justin
          99: 2-11 10
          2002: 10-3 6; 10-17 5 (P)
Comte, Brian 88: 2-25 4
ConAgra (business) 92: 10-15 11
Conant, George 92: 2-27 1
Conaway, Tracy 98: 9-10 5
Conboy, Martin (Marty)
          94: 11-17 7
          95: 1-19 12; 8-31 3 LTE
Concerned Citizens of Nebraska in Nuckolls County 89: 11-30 1
Concerned Youth for Cerebral Palsy 76: 11-18 3
Concert Band
          71: 5-6 1; 11-11 5
          72: 4-27 4, 5; 5-4 4; 7-20 1; 8-31 5
          73: 5-3 1; 8-30 6; 12-13 4, 5
          74: 5-2 7; 5-9 1; 9-5 4; 12-5 4; 12-12 3
          75: 5-1 3; 8-29 10; 10-30 4; 12-11 7
          76: 10-21 4; 12-9 6
          77: 4-28 6, 10; 9-1 4
          78: 2-23 3; 12-14 1
          79: 5-3 1
          80: 5-1 1
          81: 4-30 1; 11-5 1; 12-10 3
          82: 2-25 3; 4-29 3; 11-11 1; 12-9 1, 8
          83: 4-28 6
          84: 10-23 24; 12-13 14
          85: 12-12 2
          87: 3-5 9; 10-29 2; 11-12 2; 12-10 2
          89: 12-14 2, 6
Concert Choir 72: 7-20 1
Concert Dance 85: 2-14 2; 2-21 2; 2-26 2; 2-28 2
Concert of Advent Music 97: 12-11 2
Concerto for Flute and Piano (dance concert) 81: 2-12 1
concerts, problems with
          76: 11-4 8
          80: 4-24 1; 8-28 7
          81: 11-19 1
Concerts in the Park 89: 7-20 4
Concerts-on-the-Platte
          99: 9-9 7; 9-23 7; 10-14 7; 11-18 9
          2000: 2-24 4; 10-26 5; 11-2 2; 11-16 2
          2001: 9-20 2; 10-4 2, 9; 10-18 2; 11-8 2; 11-15 2; 11-29 2; 12-13 2
          2002: 1-24 2; 1-31 2; 2-7 2; 2-14 2; 3-14 2; 4-4 2; 4-11 2; 4-25 2; 9-19 2
concession stand in Health and Sports Center 90: 10-11 6
Conderman, Gregory 90: 8-30 11; 11-8 6
condom machines
          88: 2-4 1
          92: 3-5 1; 4-16 Special Section 13; 9-24 1
condoms, free distribution of 89: 11-30 1, 2
-, provision of by Student Health Services 90: 11-1 11
-, rumors about quality of 90: 3-8 2
Conducting Responsible Research (workshop) 94: 10-6 12
Cone, Douglas 73: 4-19 2 LTE
-, Erica
          2001: 10-11 2; 11-15 8
          2002: 11-21 10
-, Kristy 88: 11-10 10
-, Mackenzie 2000: 2-3 2 (P); 9-28 2
Cone, Rick 83: 1-27 6, 7; 2-3 5; 2-17 8; 4-6 7
-, Ron 92: 9-24 3
Coneley, Lynn 80: 9-18 8
Confer, Stewart 2002: 9-26 1
Conference on Developmental Biology 71: 12-9 1, 6
Conference on College Composition and Communication 71: 4-15 3
Conference on Higher Education 74: 9-26 4
Conference on World Hunger 75: 2-20 1, 4
Confronting Sexual harassment on Campus (teleconference) 92: 11-12 14; 11-18 1
Congressional Fellowship 83: 6-23 1
Congrove, Francis 80: 1-24 3
Conio, Laurent 84: 2-16 3
Conklin, Beth
          96: 11-14 7
          2001: 9-13 2 (P)
-, Cathie 73: 5-3 1
-, Kate
          93: 11-4 7; 11-11 7; 12-2 7; 12-9 8 (P)
          94: 1-20 7; 1-27 8; 2-3 8; 2-10 8; 2-24 7; 4-28 9
Conley, Brad 96: 9-12 10
-, Gene 77: 9-8 13
-, Lynn
          79: 9-6 5, 11
          80: 8-28 3
-, Tiffany
         95: 3-9 2 (P); 3-30 1; 10-5 15
         96: 2-29 1; 3-28 3 LTE; 12-12 3 LTE
         97: 10-23 3 LTE
Connaissance de la France 71: 4-15 2
Connally, John 80: 2-21 3
Connealy, Mary 2002: 11-7 6
Connecticut Mutual Life (business) 79: 3-15 4
„Connections – Technology and Change‟ (course) 79: 9-6 6
Connell, Betty 75: 7-24 1
-, Howard 74: 8-1 1
-, Jim 85: 3-5 14
-, LaDonna 94: 11-10 3 LTE
-, Luke 2000: 9-7 4
Connells see The Connells (band)
Connelly, Chris 72: 10-12 1
-, Randy
         87: 10-29 1
         88: 8-25 5; 9-15 1
         89: 4-13 11; 9-7 1; 11-9 1
Connely, Colleen 98: 4-23 10
-, Leah 83: 9-1 6
-, Ralph 89: 3-16 6
-, Steven M 91: 12-5 1
-, Thomas 98: 4-23 10 (P)
-, Tom 98: 4-23 10
Conner, Amy (see also Connor) 98: 9-10 6; 9-24 10; 10-8 10; 10-15 6, 10; 10-29 1; 11-5 1; 11-12
                 5; 12-3 6; 12-10 1, 7
-, Ann 76: 11-11 2 LTE
-, Brad
         81: 9-24 6
         82: 1-28 4; 4-1 6 (P); 4-15 1, 4 (P); 10-7 4; 10-14 6
         83: 4-6 5 (P); 4-21 2 LTE, 3; 4-28 1
-, Connie
         78: 10-12 8
         85: 10-10 9
         93: 11-4 2
-, Dennis L 74: 4-25 8
-, Gregg (see also Connor) 90: 11-15 7 (P)
-, J Douglas 72: 10-19 4
-, Jim 75: 3-13 Special 3
-, Marcia (Marsha) (see also Conners, Connors)
         76: 10-7 8
         77: 4-14 4
         79: 3-29 11 (P)
         80: 6-19 3
-, Ryan
         96: 2-8 14 (P)
         2002: 11-7 2 (P)
-, Sheri (Shere) (see also Connor)
         82: 4-22 12
         83: 2-3 9; 4-6 8
         85: 3-28 10
         86: 4-10 2; 4-17 7; 5-1 9
Conners, Marcia (see also Conner, Connors) 79: 3-29 11; 11-29 Encounter 2
-, Mike 74: 7-18 2
Conney, Amy 2001: 4-19 2
Connick, Brian 87: 10-29 8; 11-5 7; 11-12 8; 12-3 9; 12-10 9
Connor, Amy (see also Conner) 98: 9-17 1; 10-1 4
-, Greg (see also Conner, Gregg) 90: 3-1 7
-, Jill
         95: 10-19 9 (P)
         96: 4-11 6; 9-19 6
-, Jim 76: 4-8 Spring 9
-, Joe 89: 11-2 9
-, Lisa 80: 4-24 1 (P)
-, Sheri (see also Conner) 84: 4-26 9
Connors, Marcia (see also Conner, Conners) 79: 6-14 1
Connot, Janelle 98: 11-19 2 (P)
Conoco (business) 80: 10-2 1
Conrad, Andrew
         97: 1-30 4 (P)
         99: 12-2 4
-, Debra (Deborah E)
         91: 8-29 1; 9-12 1
         92: 10-8 4
-, Jennie M 73: 7-19 7
-, Jesse M 88: 2-11 12
-, Julie
         86: 10-2 1
         87: 9-17 3 (P)
         88: 1-28 6
-, Ken
         88: 2-18 5
         90: 8-30 16
-, Kent 88: 5-5 13
-, Melanie 2002: 11-21 1
-, Rusty
         85: 2-26 5
         86: 8-28 7
         87: 9-3 8; 10-29 7; 11-12 7; 11-19 8
         88: 8-25 7
         91: 10-17 5 (P)
Conrad Hall
         72: 8-31 4
         99: 4-1 1
-, change to coed 97: 3-13 8
-, Christmas decoration in 2002: 12-12 1 (P)
-, ghosts in
         79: 11-1 4
         81: 1-15 3; 1-22 2 (LTE re)
         90: 10-25 11
-, naming of 88: 2-11 12
-, open house at 71: 10-28 4
-, open visitation in 97: 3-6 4
Conrad‟s Auto Center (business) 98: 11-19 9
Conrey, James (Jim)
         73: 8-30 1
         74: 2-14 2 LTE; 10-3 4
         75: 1-16 2; 1-30 3; 2-6 2; 2-27 2; 3-6 1; 3-13 2; 3-20 6; 4-4 2; 4-17 2
Conroy, Frank 98: 3-12 2
-, Marty Jr 96: 4-4 8 (P)
-, Sandra 78: 2-2 6
-, Theresa 99: 4-1 2 (P)
-, Tracy 98: 9-10 2 (P)
Consbruck, Gerald 73: 3-1 1
-, Valerie 89: 3-16 6
conscientious objectors 80: 11-6 1
„Conservation Research on Traditional Wildlife Species: Preliminary Results of 3 Studies‟ 2000:
          2-28 4
Conservation Workshops
          71: 2-25 5
          73: 3-22 8
Conservative Thought Symposium 84: 3-23 1
Consoli, Domenic 87: 1-22 11
„Conspiracy of One‟ 2000: 11-16 5
Constitution, U.S. 87: 2-27 4
-, celebration of bicentennial of 87: 2-12 2
-, forum re bicentennial of 87: 2-12 4; 2-19 2
-, history of 87: 7-2 5, 7
constitutions for KSC organizations 81: 10-29 Accent 3
construction (Kearney roads) 95: 9-21 1
construction, funds for campus 73: 3-22 1
Construction for the Modern Idiot (recording) 94: 1-27 10
Construction Management Club 98: 12-10 6
Construction Management Program 96: 2-22 4
construction on campus
          77: 5-5 3; 6-30 5
          79: 5-3 3; 6-21 1; 8-30 4
          80: 8-28 6
          84: 6-14 7
          87: 7-16 7
„Construction Technology‟ (high school course) 77: 2-17 5
Consumer Credit Counseling Service 2000: 4-27 7
Consumer Information Center 77: 9-8 7
consumer price index 84: 7-19 6
Consumer Protection Division 98: 9-17 5
consumerism 80: 12-11 1
contact lenses 89: 3-30 11
Contagion (band) 92: 10-1 4
„Contagious‟ (recording) 96: 9-19 4
Contaminant PCB (recording) 92: 10-1 4
Contemporary American Graphics (business) 85: 1-29 2; 1-31 2; 2-12 2
Contemporary American Graphics Group A (art exhibit) 85: 1-31 8
Contemporary Dancers 75: 2-6 1; 2-13 3
Contemporary Issues in Art (slide show) 85: 2-26 2
„Contemporary Models in Cognitive Learning‟ (course) 78: 3-8 5
Contine, Tom
          87: 9-3 4
          88: 1-28 2; 2-25 1; 4-14 2; 7-14 8
          89: 2-9 14; 7-27 5
          90: 1-25 1; 4-26 6; 5-3 6; 10-11 6
          91: 2-7 12; 12-5 16
          94: 12-1 1
Continental Basketball Association
          90: 3-29 7
          91: 9-19 7; 10-17 7; 10-24 7; 11-7 7
          95: 11-11 7
Continental Club (business) 73: 6-21 2; 6-28 2
„Continental Divide‟ (film) 82: 1-21 5
Continental Singers and Orchestra 89: 7-20 4
Continuing Education, budget cuts affecting 2002: 9-19 9
Continuing Legal Education Corporation 81: 10-1 4
Continuing Studies and External Programs 94: 9-29 2
contraceptives 95: 10-12 12
Contreras, Laura 84: 10-4 16
controlled drinking experiments 93: 3-18 10
convenience food 75: 10-2 Insert 3
conventions, boost to Kearney of 81: 1-22 7
Converse, Kevin 97: 2-6 13
convocation, all campus 91: 9-12 1
-, faculty 92: 8-27 1
Conway, Bert 77: 3-17 1
-, Bridget 93: 4-1 9
-, Dan 73: 10-4 8; 10-11 5
-, Flo 80: 10-9 1
-, Gerald
          87: 2-12 1, 12
          89: 2-2 1; 2-23 1
-, Ken 77: 3-24 8
-, Mary Le 78: 12-7 5 (P)
-, Patrick G 73: 9-27 1
-, Sean
          99: 4-15 4 (P); 4-22 4 (P); 9-23 7
          2000: 4-6 6
Conyers, Lyle 89: 12-14 10 (P)
„Coogan‟s Bluff‟ (film)
          71: 2-18 5
          73: 1-11 7; 4-12 5
Cook, Adam
          96: 4-18 9
          97: 4-24 10 (P)
          2000: 4-20 8
-, Angie
          84: 11-8 10 (P)
          85: 4-2 7
-, Barbara 79: 8-30 4
-, Ben 73: 4-5 3 (P)
-, Bob 72: 10-12 10
-, Danyl 96: 4-4 4
-, Diana 2001: 1-18 7
-, Don 80: 2-14 4; 4-24 3; 9-18 5; 12-4 3
-, Doug 78: 3-8 4 (P); 3-16 1; 3-30 3; 9-7 3; 9-14 3; 10-5 9 (P)
-, Elizabeth Lynn 91: 4-18 1
-, Hairy [sic] 74: 8-1 1
-, James M
          86: 2-27 2; 8-28 12
          87: 6-18 4
          88; 4-14 4 (P)
          89: 10-5 4 (P)
          92: 9-17 12 (P)
          93: 3-11 10
          94: 3-3 6; 9-1 10; 9-15 9
          95: 4-6 1, 6 (P); 11-30 12 (P)
          96: 3-28 2
          97: 3-13 9 (P); 10-23 12
          98: 4-16 8; 10-8 6; 10-15 6; 11-12 6
          99: 4-15 4 (P); 9-9 7
          2000: 2-24 4; 10-26 5
          2001: 3-8 7; 10-4 9
          2002: 2-21 1 (P); 3-14 4, 7; 4-25 2; 11-7 1
-, Jamie 81: 7-16 1 (P)
-, Jeff
          94: 8-25 2 (P)
          2001: 3-29 5
-, Jennifer (see also Cooke)
          77: 9-1 6
          80: 2-28 4 (P)
          92: 9-3 3; 9-17 3; 9-24 3; 10-1 3; 10-8 3; 10-15 3; 10-29 3; 11-5 3; 11-12 3; 11-18 3; 12-
                  10 3
-, Jenny 98: 10-15 5
-, Kenneth
          81: 10-1 11
          85: 4-11 3
-, Leon 83: 2-24 10 (P)
-, Lois 80: 2-21 5; 2-28 6
-, Missy
          96: 9-19 9; 10-3 6; 10-17 5; 10-24 7; 10-31 4; 11-14 8
          97: 2-13 7; 9-4 7; 9-18 7; 10-2 5
-, Patricia 79: 10-4 6
-, Rodney (Rod)
          72: 9-14 2 LTE, 8; 9-21 6; 9-28 7; 10-12 10; 10-19 2 LTE, 8; 10-26 1; 11-9 2 LTE; 11-30 8
          73: 1-18 1; 3-22 1; 3-29 1; 4-5 1, 3; 6-28 7; 7-19 3; 9-6 3; 9-13 1; 9-20 1 (P); 9-27 1; 10-
                  11 1; 10-18 1; 10-25 1; 11-15 1; 11-29 1
          74: 1-17 1; 1-24 1, 2; 1-31 1; 2-7 1; 2-14 1; 2-21 1, 4; 2-28 1; 3-7 1; 3-21 1; 5-2 7; 5-9 2
                  LTE, 4; 6-27 1, 2; 7-11 6; 7-18 2; 7-26 2; 8-1 2; 9-26 5
-, Sarah 99: 11-4 2
-, Thomas (Tom)
          79: 2-1 5
          81: 1-15 7; 7-16 9
-, Vernon 75: 10-2 5
cookbook, International Student Association 98: 3-12 4
Cooke, David 81: 3-26 6
-, Jack Kent 72: 9-14 6
-, Jennifer (see also Cook) 92: 4-23 2; 8-27 3
Cook-Fong, Sandra 95: 8-24 2
Cookie Contest 2002: 12-5 2
Cool, Brad
          71: 9-30 5; 10-14 1 (P)
          72: 2-3 1; 3-2 1; 3-2 Supp 2 (P); 3-16 1; 4-6 1; 4-13 1; 9-7 1 (P); 9-14 1; 10-19 1; 10-26 1
          73: 2-1 1, 10; 2-22 1; 3-1 3 (P); 3-29 1; 4-5 1; 9-6 3; 11-29 1
          74: 1-24 1
          75: 12-11 5
-, Cyndi Bowling
          73: 10-11 1; 11-7 1; 11-29 1
          74: 1-17 1
-, Leonard 72: 6-29 4
-, Mike
          89: 9-21 9 (P)
          92: 11-5 2 (P)
-, Rich 87: 6-25 5 (P)
„Cool Runnings‟ (film) 93: 10-14 10
Cool Tattoo (business) 96: 2-8 6
Cooley, David 78: 9-28 4
-, Mitch 90: 9-13 16; 11-20 13
cooling off period 80: 12-11 Encounter 2
Coombe, Mary Ellen
         71: 2-4 4
         74: 8-28 1; 10-3 3
         75: 1-30 1; 3-13 4; 8-29 3
Coombs, Teresa (see also Coombes)
         83: 7-21 1, 5 (P)
         84: 6-28 4
         86: 7-24 1 (P), 4
         88: 8-4 4
Coombes, Theresa (see also Coombs) 88: 7-21 5
Coon, Marilyn 73: 5-3 3; 9-20 3
-, Nancy (Nan)
         74: 10-10 3; 11-6 4; 11-21 4
         75: 2-27 4; 10-30 3; 11-13 4
         78: 11-2 1
         79: 3-1 3; 4-12 2 LTE
-, Robert 85: 2-12 4 LTE
-, Roger 73: 4-12 10
Cooney, Drew 2000: 9-21 6
Cooney, Patrick 72: 4-27 5
-, Sheila 86: 3-13 6 (P)
Coonrod, Natasha 99: 11-18 9 (P)
-, Tasha 2000: 12-7 10
Coons, Sharon 71: 3-11 3
Cooper, Andrea 2000: 11-16 1, 6
-, Angela (Angie) 95: 4-6 2; 10-12 1
-, Carol 82: 6-24 1
-, Connie
         75: 11-13 3
         76: 11-11 1
         77: 11-10 7
         78: 4-6 4
-, Danielle 96: 4-18 12
-, Donna 71: 9-30 5; 12-9 6
-, Erica 2000: 2-10 1
-, Gary 74: 8-29 1; 9-5 6; 10-3 3; 11-21 8
-, Joe
         98: 4-16 6; 4-23 5
         99: 4-15 5, 6; 9-16 5; 12-2 5
         2000: 2-10 5; 2-24 5; 3-2 5 (P); 3-30 7; 4-6 9; 4-20 10; 4-27 11; 11-9 4
         2001: 1-18 5; 2-1 6; 2-8 5; 2-15 5; 2-22 5; 4-12 5; 4-19 5; 4-26 7
-, Julie
         97: 11-20 5
         98: 9-17 1
         2000: 9-7 8; 11-2 1
-, Kelly D 94: 4-28 3 LTE
-, Kevin 90: 9-13 8; 11-15 8
-, Mark 71: 1-14 4; 2-25 4
-, Roger 85: 3-21 9; 3-28 4; 4-23 2
-, Scott
          84: 9-20 16; 11-6 9; 12-6 26
          85; 3-26 5; 8-29 13; 11-7 9
          86: 8-28 7
          87: 5-7 7; 6-18 6; 8-27 8
-, Susan M
          84: 9-6 26
          85: 4-2 7
-, Theola 95: 1-19 2, 12
-, Tim 85: 4-18 7 (P)
-, Troy 89: 2-16 8
Cooperating Campus Ministries see Cooperative Campus Ministries
Cooperating School Scholarship 72: 10-12 1
Cooperative Campus Ministries
          76: 10-21 1; 11-18 5
          77: 1-20 4; 3-24 4; 6-16 5; 9-8 6
          78: 1-19 8; 1-26 1; 2-9 7; 3-8 12; 9-7 6; 9-28 1; 10-12 1
          79: 9-6 5; 9-20 1; 10-11 6; 11-15 8
          80: 1-31 5; 2-14 1; 3-13 1; 5-1 1, 8; 9-11 9
          81: 2-5 1; 2-19 5; 3-5 5; 9-24 4; 10-1 3; 11-12 1, 7; 12-10 1
          82: 9-2 7
          83: 9-8 6
          84: 2-23 6, 7; 9-6 13; 11-15 2
          85: 2-26 8; 10-10 1; 10-17 1
          86: 12-4 4
          87: 2-5 10; 11-5 2, 6
          88: 9-1 4
          91: 4-18 1
          92: 10-8 1
-, lecture series of 88: 10-27 2; 11-3 2; 11-10 2
-, sponsorship of seminars by 79: 1-26 5
Cooperative Campus Ministry see Cooperative Campus Ministries
-, sponsorship of retreat by 79: 3-1 1
Cooperative Ministries in Higher Education 77: 4-21 6
cooperative programs 71: 5-6 5
Cooperative Urban Teacher Education program 71: 10-14 3; 10-21 4
Coopers Aerobic Program 84: 1-26 8
Coopers and Lybrand (business) 89: 10-19 6
Coordinating Commission for Post-Secondary Education
          90: 4-19 1; 4-26 1
          96: 1, 3, 10
          97: 1-23 1
          99: 2-11 1
Coordinators of Student Organizations and Special Projects 84: 7-19 4
Coors, Joe 84: 4-5 7
-, William 84: 4-5 7
Coors beer, boycott of 84: 4-5 7
-, local availability of 77: 10-6 4
Coors Distributors 80: 10-9 3
Coors Intramural Festival 81: 5-7 1
Coors Light 90: 10-25 6
Coors of Mid-Nebraska (business)
          78: 9-14 12
          81: 2-12 7
          84: 10-23 1
-, charges against 84: 10-4 1
Coors Summer Music Jamboree 83: 6-23 6
Coors Veterans‟ Memorial Scholarship 86: 2-20 6
Coorts, Jason
          93: 9-2 7; 9-16 7; 9-23 7; 10-21 3 LTE; 10-28 7; 11-4 8; 11-11 7
          94: 2-3 7; 2-24 7; 3-10 8; 3-17 7; 4-7 8; 4-21 7; 4-28 7
-, Larry 78: 7-27 1
Copass, Kenney 85: 10-3 5
Cope, Barbara 93: 4-8 5 (P)
-, Carol
        72: 10-19 3; 10-26 8
        87: 12-10 1
        94: 4-14 1
        95: 3-16 1
        99: 11-18 7
-, Matt (Matthew)
          94: 3-17 7
          96: 9-26 7
          97: 4-3 7 (P); 9-25 5
          98: 9-3 8; 9-24 7; 10-1 1 (P), 7; 10-15 8; 11-19 7
-, Monty 71: 5-13 5
-, Robert 92: 4-9 4
-, Ronald J (Ron)
          71: 4-1 2; 5-6 6; 6-24 4; 7-15 1; 7-22 8; 9-9 2; 9-23 1 (P); 10-7 1; 10-14 1; 11-4 5; 12-2 5
          72: 1-20 5; 2-3 2; 2-10 5; 2-17 3, 5; 3-9 3; 6-22 3; 7-20 4; 9-7 1; 9-28 6
          73: 1-11 1; 1-25 4; 2-1 2 LTE, 3; 2-15 6; 3-1 4; 3-8 4; 3-22 4, 8; 4-3 2; 4-19 4; 9-13 1
          74: 1-17 3; 1-24 2; 1-31 1 (P); 2-7 1; 2-21 1; 3-7 1, 8; 7-11 1; 10-17 5
          75: 2-20 1; 2-27 3 (P); 5-8 4
          76: 2-5 9; 12-2 1 (P)
          77: 3-24 4; 3-31 4; 4-14 1, 5; 4-21 1, 3
          78: 3-8 1; 3-16 5, 7; 4-27 1; 5-4 1; 9-7 4; 10-5 1; 10-12 12; 10-26 6 (P)
          79: 1-18 1; 2-15 5; 4-12 3
          80: 1-31 1; 5-1 3; 10-16 1; 10-23 5; 11-20 1, 3
          81: 4-30 1
          82: 9-30 4; 11-11 1
          83: 9-22 4
          84: 3-23 5
          94: 4-14 1
          95: 3-16 1
          99: 11-18 7
-, Verna 2001: 2-8 2
Cope Memorial Fountain
          96: 10-24 1
          97: 3-13 10
Copeland, Jean 80: 9-25 Encounter 4
-, Kelly 95: 3-2 8; 3-9 2; 4-6 11 (P)
-, Leland
          80: 1-31 1; 9-25 Encounter 4
          85: 1-17 16
          88: 1-28 4
Copeland Hall
          88: 1-28 4
          91: 7-3 11
-, child injured in fall in 90: 12-13 1
-, gymnasium in 91: 10-10 5 (P)
-, history of 80: 9-25 Encounter 4
-, indoor track in 87: 7-9 4; 9-24 10
-, renovation of
          93: 3-11 1, 2; 9-16 10
          94: 4-14 1; 8-25 11
          96: 2-29 10; 9-12 1, 12
          97: 12-4 1
-, violations of ADA in 96: 3-14 4
Copenhagen, study trip to 82: 12-9 1
Copenhaven, Sue 84: 4-12 10
Copenhaver, Sue
          86: 3-7 5; 5-1 9; 5-8 10
          87: 2-19 8; 4-9 7; 5-7 8; 6-18 6
Coper, Lanny 90: 10-11 2 (P)
Copley News Service 86: 2-27 8
Copper Kings (team) 90: 7-19 6
Copperfield‟s (business)
          84: 2-2 4
          88: 8-4 5
          89: 9-14 4
          93: 4-15 5
          98: 9-10 6
Coppi, Troy
          81: 9-10 9
          82: 10-14 9; 11-12 5 (P)
Copple, Charlene 2000: 10-26 3 (LTE)
-, Jay 73: 11-29 5
-, Karen S 81: 9-3 5
-, Melissa
          98: 10-8 1; 12-10 8 (P)
          2000: 10-26 6; 12-11 2
-, Rebecca 89: 8-31 11
copy machines, perceived shortage of 90: 2-8 14
Copycat (business) 93: 4-8 4
copyright
          76: 9-29 5; 11-4 7
          99: 11-11 1
Coram, Colleen
          83: 9-15 7; 11-17 Accent 8
          84: 9-20 2; 12-4 6
Corbett, Kevin
          95: 8-24 2
          96: 3-7 4
Corbin, Clayton 78: 1-12 1; 1-19 1, 3
-, Ellen
          89: 3-30 9; 4-20 7
          90: 3-8 9; 5-3 9
          91: 4-18 8
Corcoran, Joel 95: 11-11 1
Cordell, Gay
          78: 11-30 Encounter 6; 12-14 Encounter 10
          79: 1-26 Encounter 4; 3-22 Encounter 2; 4-26 Encounter 5; 9-27 4
          81: 7-16 3
          88: 2-4 4
Cordell, Lynn 74: 2-14 6
Cordes, Elsie 75: 9-11 4
-, Helen
          77: 9-29 3
          78: 3-8 12; 4-27 10; 10-12 8
-, Janni
         88: 1-28 6
         90: 10-25 6
-, Michael (Mike)
         2000: 9-21 5; 10-5 4; 10-26 4; 11-16 4 (P)
         2001: 9-13 5 (P); 9-20 5; 9-27 5; 10-4 5; 10-18 5; 11-1 6; 11-15 6; 11-29 6
         2002: 5-2 7; 9-26 5; 10-3 6; 10-10 5; 11-21 5
-, Scott
         82: 11-11 3
         83: 4-28 5; 9-8 10; 11-17 7
-, Stephani 84: 2-2 4
Cordova, Tony
         2001: 12-6 1
         2002: 10-17 3 LTE
Cordry, Harold
         98: 11-5 1
         99: 1-21 3; 1-28 3; 2-4 3; 2-11 3; 2-25 3; 3-4 3; 3-11 3; 3-25 3; 4-1 2, 3, 4; 4-15 3; 4-22 3;
                 4-29 4
Cords, Richard
         76: 11-4 7; 11-11 3; 12-9 6
         77: 2-10 6; 4-21 6
-, Staci
         84: 3-23 1; 4-5 1; 5-3 11 (P); 10-4 3
         85: 2-19 8 (P); 9-5 5; 9-19 2, 6; 10-17 1; 10-23 2; 11-14 6; 12-5 4
         86: 2-6 2; 2-13 12; 2-27 8; 3-13 10; 4-10 1, 4; 5-1 4; 5-8 1, 4; 9-18 2; 9-25 6; 10-2 6; 10-9
                 1; 10-30 1; 11-6 9; 11-13 6; 11-20 6; 12-11 2, 5
         87: 1-22 11; 1-29 6; 2-5 11; 2-12 2, 11; 2-19 4; 2-27 2; 3-5 4, 6; 3-26 1; 4-2 1; 4-16 6; 4-
                 30 1, 6; 5-7 10
Cordsen, Danny (Dan) (see also Cordson)
         75: 9-18 8
         76: 9-2 15; 9-9 12
         77: 9-1 11; 10-6 12; 10-27 9; 11-17 6
         78: 5-4 13; 8-31 15; 9-14 10 (P)
Cordson, Danny (see also Cordsen) 76: 4-8 6
Corey, Cheryl 85: 9-12 7; 9-19 9
„Coriolanus‟ (play) 83: 4-21 1; 4-28 5; 5-5 4
Cork, David (Dave)
         89: 2-16 8; 4-6 11 (P); 9-28 8; 10-12 8; 12-7 7
         90: 3-1 7; 3-8 9
Corkle, John 2002: 9-5 6
Corman, Cass
         95: 9-28 6
         96: 4-25 2 (P)
         98: 11-5 1
Corman, Cass 95: 9-28 6
CORMAP (computer program) 73: 10-25 6
corn harvest 92: 10-15 13
Corner Stone (organization) 86: 7-8 2
Cornerstone (organization)
         86: 9-5 9
         90: 4-12 10
„Cornerstone‟ (play) 87: 11-19 2; 12-3 2
Cornflakes (cartoon strip) 93: 11-11 3
Cornhusker Country Chili & Carryin‟ (event) 94: 9-22 2
„Cornhusker Football (TV show) 79: 9-13 12
Cornhusker Hotel (business) 77: 1-27 1
Cornhusker Motor Club
         79: 2-8 1
         80: 10-2 1
Cornhusker Scout Reservation 78: 1-12 1
Cornhusker State Games
         88: 7-14 7
         91: 4-18 9
         92: 4-16 7
Cornhuskers, fans of 2002: 10-3 5, 6
Corning Glass Works (business) 71: 4-1 5
Cornish, Cindy 92: 10-8 13
Cornwell, Jylean 90: 3-1 1 (P)
Corona, Ray
         76: 2-26 8; 9-16 7
         77: 10-6 1
„coronary alley‟ 97: 3-13 1
Coronation Breakfast (homecoming royalty) 92: 10-15 14
Coronation Dance
         84: 10-11 3
         85: 10-17 2
Coronna, Becky 82: 4-1 4
Corpening, Ann
         75: 8-29 3
         76: 9-2 8
Corporate Etiquette (seminar)
         86: 10-30 2; 11-6 2; 11-13 4
         87: 10-8 2; 11-5 4; 11-12 2
         88: 10-27 2
         91: 2-7 14; 2-14 10; 2-21 11, 12
Corpus, Cesar 81: 2-5 3
Corr, Christine 90: 1-18 10
Corrado, John
         84: 2-2 13; 2-16 11; 3-23 13; 4-12 12; 4-26 11; 5-3 12
         85: 10-17 2; 11-14 1 (P)
         86: 3-13 2; 4-10 1; 4-24 1; 5-1 2 (P), 5; 5-8 1; 11-20 4
         87: 9-3 6, 7; 9-10 7; 9-17 1, 7, 8; 9-24 7, 8; 10-8 5, 9; 10-22 8; 11-12 9; 11-19 9; 12-3 7
         88: 2-4 2, 14; 2-11 8; 2-25 7, 10; 3-17 5, 7; 4-7 9, 10; 4-14 2; 4-21 7; 9-1 4, 7, 8; 9-8 8, 9;
                 10-6 7
         89: 1-26 1, 7, 8; 2-2 6, 7, 10; 2-9 10; 2-16 8; 3-16 7; 8-31 4
Corral, Daniel 2001: 3-8 1
Corral Café (business) 75: 2-6 4
Correl, Geoff (see also Correll) 12-7-2000 10
Correll, Allen
         98: 2-12 1; 2-26 1; 9-10 5; 9-17 1
         99: 3-4 2
-, Deanne 89: 2-16 5
-, Gay 74: 11-21 5
-, Geoff (see also Correl) 9-19-2002 9
-, Michael E 89: 9-14 3 LTE
Corrigan, Tom 87: 12-10 1, 3 LTE
Corroll, Tootie 95: 3-2 2 (P)
Corso, Bob 79: 3-1 10; 3-15 10; 3-22 13; 3-29 14; 4-5 11; 4-26 7
Cortez, Anthony 89: 4-13 10
Cortney, Edward (Ed) (see also Courtney)
         74: 8-1 1
         75: 11-6 7
         76: 9-16 1
         77: 2-3 4; 2-17 8; 3-31 7
         78: 2-9 7; 9-7 6 (P), 7
         79: 4-26 1; 9-6 5
         80: 3-27 Encounter 7; 7-24 1
         81: 2-5 4; 11-5 6
         82: 9-2 7; 10-7 6; 12-9 2
         83: 4-6 2; 4-28 Accent 7; 9-8 6
         84: 3-23 4; 6-14 5; 9-6 13; 9-13 2; 9-18 2; 12-11 14
         85: 4-2 7; 8-29 8 (P)
         86: 6-25 2
-, Mary 74: 4-4 8; 11-6 5
Corvell, Richard (see also Coryell) 72: 8-31 1
Corwin, Keith 81: 10-8 1
Cory, John
         93: 4-29 5 (P)
         94: 2-10 4
Coryell, Jake (Jacob)
         96: 10-3 4; 11-14 9
         2000: 4-6 7
-, Richard (see also Corvell)
         72: 7-27 5; 9-28 6; 11-9 1
         73: 7-19 3
         74: 2-14 4
         75: 4-17 8
Cosgrove, Michael
         71: 5-20 5
         72: 1-27 5
„Cosi Fan Tutti‟ (opera) 79: 2-15 6
Coskun, Sitki 72: 3-10 9 (P), 11
Cosler, Errol (see also Coslor) 78: 3-8 10
Coslor, Errol (see also Cosler)
         74: 9-26 8
         76: 4-8 6 (P); 4-15 4; 4-29 6
         77: 4-14 6; 4-21 9; 11-3 7
         78: 2-23 8
cosmetics 75: 3-13 Special 6
Cosmic Catastrophes (planetarium show) 92: 11-5 10
Cosmopolitan (publication) 92: 4-16 Special Section 3
Cosmopolitan Combo (group) 80: 11-13 4
Cosner, Angela
         87: 2-12 5 (P)
         88: 4-18 3
-, Kathy 79: 3-1 4
Cost Estimation Model 72: 9-28 6
Costa, Nayanna 99: 3-11 4 (P)
Costanzo, Diane 93: 10-14 10
Costello, Dan 73: 1-25 8
-, Denise
         82: 10-14 11; 11-11 12; 11-24 5; 12-9 9
         83: 1-20 8; 2-10 11; 2-17 8; 2-24 11; 3-17 8
         89: 2-9 10
-, Michael (Mike)
         94: 9-22 6
         95: 2-23 1 (P), 2
         98: 9-24 5
          2000: 11-30 3 (LTE)
-, Michelle 88: 4-28 2
-, Penny 98: 11-19 6
Costinado, Ken 85: 6-25 7 (P)
Costner, Kevin 91: 7-18 4
costs of attending KSC 73: 10-4 4
Cote, Melissa 2002: 4-18 4
Cotnoir, Jan 79: 1-11 3; 1-18 1
Cottam, Howard R
          71: 4-20 9 (P), 11, 12; 4-22 2
          74: 4-1 2
Cottard, Pascale 89: 11-2 4
Cotter, Geri 98: 10-1 5
Cotton, Bobbi 92: 3-19 1
-, Chris 92: 8-27 8
-, Gene
          83: 10-6 6
          85: 3-28 8 (P)
          87: 10-1 2
-, Robert 95: 10-12 14
-, Rosalynn 99: 4-15 6
-, Shelly 84: 6-28 4
Cotton Ball 72: 4-27 4
Cottonmill Lake
          77: 2-24 5
          78: 4-27 10
Cottonmill Recreation Area
          74: 10-17 8
          75: 4-10 3
Cottonmill Park
          83: 4-28 Accent 2
          91: 7-18 2
          92: 2-13 5; 4-23 5
-, Bike Bowl in 99: 4-29 1
-, exercise trail at 79: 8-30 8
-, hike-bike trail to
          96: 4-11 1
          97: 9-11 10
Cottrell, Andrea 2002: 9-19 4
Couchman, Nancy 71: 9-23 1; 9-30 5
Couffey, Ed 80: 10-9 4
Cougar, John 82: 10-14 1; 10-28 1
Coughlin, Erin 89: 3-2 9; 4-13 7; 5-4 7
Couillard, Shannon 92: 1-23 1; 2-6 6; 2-20 9; 3-5 6; 3-12 10; 4-30 9
Coulet, Andrew 94: 10-13 14
Coulson, Danny 2002: 4-4 2, 4 (P), 9; 4-18 7
Coulter, Amber
          82: 10-7 1
          83: 3-24 6 (P)
-, Ed
          78: 10-12 3; 12-14 1
          79: 3-15 1; 9-20 9
          80; 3-27 6; 4-24 3; 5-1 4; 8-28 1
-, Gary
          71: 4-29 4
          74: 1-17 4
        77: 2-24 5
Council, Brenda 95: 2-2 1
Council for Exceptional Children see Student Council for Exceptional Children
Council for the Advancement and Support of Education 81: 10-1 8
Council for the Humanities 92: 9-17 13
Council in International Educational Exchange 81: 1-22 7
Council of Educational Faculty Planners 73: 10-4 3
Council of Exceptional Children 78: 2-16 1
Council on Alcoholism 90: 10-25 6
Council on American-Islamic Relations 2001: 11-8 1
Council on International Educational Exchange 72: 11-9 4
Council on Library Resources 75: 10-17 5
Council on Teacher Education Conference 72: 4-13 4
counseling 80: 1-31 Encounter 11
Counseling and Academic Advising Center 85: 11-7 2
Counseling and Advising Center
        84: 1-26 3, 4; 2-9 3; 2-16 3, 9; 3-1 3; 4-26 8, Accent 6; 6-28 4; 9-6 2, 16; 9-18 2, 10; 10-4
                 2; 10-23 2; 11-1 2; 11-6 2
        85: 2-7 12; 3-21 8; 7-23 7; 10-10 6; 10-23 4; 11-7 2; 11-14 2
        86: 2-6 2; 2-13 2; 2-20 2; 4-3 2; 8-28 11; 9-18 9
        87: 1-22 1, 10; 2-12 6; 2-26 2; 9-3 2; 9-10 2; 9-17 2; 9-24 2; 10-29 2; 11-5 2
        88: 1-14 2; 1-21 2; 1-28 2; 2-4 2, 13; 4-14 2; 4-21 2; 4-28 2; 9-8 2; 9-15 2; 9-22 2; 9-29 2,
                 11; 10-6 2; 10-12 2; 10-27 2, 11; 11-3 2; 11-17 2; 12-1 2
        89: 1-19 2; 1-26 2, 4; 2-2 2; 2-9 2; 2-16 2, 4; 2-23 2, 4; 3-2 2; 3-16 2; 3-30 2; 4-6 2; 4-13
                 2; 4-20 2; 4-27 2
        90: 2-22 6; 4-19 4; 9-6 5
        91: 2-21 2; 4-25 6
        92: 11-18 10
Counseling and Advising Office
        84: 9-27 2
        86: 3-7 1
        87: 11-19 2
        88: 3-17 2; 3-24 2
        89: 9-21 12; 10-12 4
Counseling Center
        71: 9-9 2; 9-16 5; 10-21 1; 12-2 3
        72: 9-14 3; 9-21 4; 10-12 4
        73: 1-18 7; 9-13 1
        74: 1-31 3; 5-9 8; 10-10 5; 12-12 1
        75: 2-20 3; 4-17 4; 8-29 3, 4; 9-18 10; 10-2 7; 10-9 3; 11-13 6; 12-18 4
        76: 2-5 6; 3-18 5; 7-1 5; 9-9 8; 9-16 7; 9-29 7, 8, 9; 10-7 6; 10-14 5; 10-21 5; 11-11 4
        77: 1-20 4; 2-10 4, 5; 2-17 1; 3-31 7; 9-1 8; 9-8 3; 9-15 4; 9-22 4; 10-27 3; 11-3 3; 11-10
                 3; 11-17 3
        78: 2-16 4; 7-20 5; 8-31 3; 9-7 1; 9-21 3; 10-5 5; 10-12 3; 11-9 8
        79: 8-30 4, 5; 9-6 4; 9-13 4; 10-11 6; 10-28 1; 11-15 8
        80: 1-10 3; 1-24 1; 1-31 1; 1-31 Encounter 3, 11; 5-1 1; 8-28 1; 9-18 4; 11-20 1; 12-11 4
        81: 2-5 1; 9-3 6; 10-1 4; 10-29 4
        82: 2-4 1; 2-11 7; 2-25 5; 10-14 4
        83: 11-17 2
        84: 4-26 Accent 1; 8-30 17
        89: 4-6 7
        90: 2-15 5; 2-22 11; 3-1 6; 3-8 11; 4-19 2, 6; 4-26 6; 5-3 6; 9-6 11; 9-20 4; 10-4 12; 10-11
                 4, 17; 10-25 14; 11-1 12; 11-8 12; 11-15 14; 11-20 14; 12-6 12, 17
        91: 1-24 10; 1-31 6, 12; 2-7 14; 2-14 10; 2-21 12; 9-12 16; 9-26 12; 10-3 6, 12; 10-10 16;
                 10-17 10; 10-24 12; 10-31 12; 11-7 6; 11-14 10; 11-21 16; 12-5 16; 12-13 14
        92: 1-23 12; 1-30 14; 2-13 12; 2-20 9; 2-27 9; 3-19 10; 4-2 12; 4-9 4, 10; 4-23 1; 9-17 16;
                  9-24 14; 10-8 11; 10-22 14; 11-5 12; 11-12 14
        93: 4-8 10; 4-22 13; 4-29 15; 9-16 14; 9-23 10, 16; 9-30 12; 10-7 14, 16; 10-14 11, 14;
                  10-21 12; 10-28 16; 11-4 9, 12; 11-11 14; 11-18 14; 12-2 14; 12-9 15
        94: 1-20 12; 1-27 12; 2-3 11; 2-10 10; 2-17 10; 2-24 8; 3-3 10; 3-10 12; 3-17 12; 3-31 14;
                  4-7 12; 4-14 12; 4-21 12; 8-25 12; 9-1 12; 9-15 14; 9-22 12; 9-29 12; 10-6 2, 12;
                  10-13 2; 10-20 2; 11-3 10; 11-10 12; 11-17 10; 12-1 10; 12-8 14
        95: 1-19 12; 1-26 12; 2-2 12; 2-9 12; 2-16 8; 2-23 8; 3-2 6; 3-30 10; 4-6 12; 4-13 12; 4-27
                  15; 8-24 14; 8-31 13; 9-14 10; 9-28 12; 10-5 16; 10-12 4, 14; 10-19 10; 10-26 1,
                  10, 11; 11-2 10; 11-11 10; 11-16 14; 11-30 11; 12-7 4, 19
        96: 1-18 9, 10; 1-25 9; 2-2 9; 2-8 15; 2-15 11; 2-22 9; 2-29 9; 3-7 9; 3-14 6, 10, 11, 13; 3-
                  28 7; 4-4 9; 4-11 11; 4-18 10, 12; 4-25 17; 8-29 13; 9-12 13; 9-19 1, 11; 9-26 6,
                  9; 10-3 9; 10-17 9; 10-24 11; 10-31 9; 11-14 9; 11-21 11; 12-5 11; 12-12 15
        97: 1-23 9; 1-30 9; 2-6 13; 4-10 2; 4-24 11; 9-4 13; 11-6 1
        98: 2-19 1, 2
        99: 3-25 2, 8; 4-1 2; 4-22 1; 9-9 2; 10-14 2
        2000: 1-27 2; 2-10 2; 9-14 2; 9-21 2; 9-28 1; 10-5 2; 10-12 2; 10-26 2; 11-2 2; 11-9 2, 5;
                  11-16 2; 11-30 2; 12-7 2
        2001: 2-1 7; 2-15 2; 4-5 1; 4-12 2; 4-19 2
        2002: 9-12 8; 10-31 2; 11-21 1, 2
-, opening of 71: 9-9 1
-, workshop by
        76: 4-1 4; 11-18 5
        77: 12-1 1
Counseling Office 90: 1-25 10
Counseling Service 82: 2-4 4
Counseling Services 2002: 10-3 1, 8
Counselor Conference 84: 11-6 4
Counselor-Senior Day 73: 10-25 3
Counsilman, James 74: 4-11 6
„Count Dracula‟ (film) 78: 3-8 3
„Count Dracula‟ (play) 81: 3-26 1; 4-2 2
„Countdown to College‟ (teleconference) 2002: 12-12 2
„Country‟ (film) 85: 4-11 2
country and western dancing 83: 2-10 1
Country Kitchen (business)
        76: 7-9 7
        90: 6-28 5
country music 2001: 9-27 4
Country Nights (art) 97: 4-3 1
Country School Legacy: Humanities on the Frontier (exhibit)
        80: 9-11 4
        81: 9-10 1; 10-1 8; 10-8 4
Country School Legacy program 88: 11-17 9
Country Traditions (business)
        82: 12-9 7
        83: 12-8 6
country western dance lessons 95: 9-14 2
country western music 74: 11-6 5
Countryside Florists (business) 92: 2-6 11
Countryside‟s Flower Shack (business)
        86: 2-13 5
        88: 2-11 1, 4
Counts, Melissa Reid 97: 9-4 6
county courts 80: 11-20 Encounter 7
county government 80: 11-20 Encounter 8
Coupens, Jason 92: 8-27 8
CourseInfo 99: 9-9 2; 11-11 4
courses, labeling of 79: 4-5 Encounter 4
Court, Adrian
         95: 8-24 9; 9-21 8
         96: 4-4 7; 4-25 12; 9-26 7; 10-24 8
         97: 2-6 7; 2-13 7; 2-20 7; 3-6 6; 3-20 6; 4-3 6; 10-2 6
         98: 2-12 8; 2-19 8; 2-26 6; 3-5 5; 3-19 5; 4-2 6; 4-9 5; 4-16 5; 4-23 6; 4-30 10
         99: 2-25 8; 3-4 5; 3-25 5 (P); 4-15 5; 4-22 6; 9-30 5
Court of Industrial Appeals 73: 4-26 1
Court TV 2002: 1-24 4
Courtney, Ed (see also Cortney)
         76: 9-29 7 (P)
         77: 9-8 6 (P)
         78: 2-9 7; 10-5 5
         80: 5-1 1; 10-16 1
         83: 11-17 4
-, John
         71: 9-9 1
         73: 1-11 1; 7-26 1 (P)
         89: 3-2 9 (P)
-, Mary 74: 4-11 6
-, Steve 71: 10-21 4
Cousteau, Jean-Michel 78: 9-21 6
Coutts, Angela 94: 3-31 1 (P)
Couvillion, Karen 87: 10-29 4 (P)
Couvillon, Mike 89: 9-7 1 (P)
Covalt, Ann 85: 4-23 1
-, Jan 73: 11-7 1
-, Michael (Mike) 95: 2-16 2; 3-16 10; 3-30 2
-, Misha
         97: 2-27 8
         99: 4-22 2
Covault, Glevon 85: 6-25 7 (P)
Covel, Sean (see also Covell)
         94: 11-17 9
         95: 11-11 2; 11-30 4 (P)
         96: 2-29 4
         97: 9-4 10; 9-11 8 (P); 10-23 2 (P)
         98: 3-5 10
Covell, Sean (see also Covel) 97: 11-6 8
Covenant College 94: 9-15 1
Covenant Players 75: 2-13 3
Cover, Cindy (Cindi) 74: 11-21 1; 12-5 5
-, Doug
         71: 9-30 3 (P)
         72: 5-4 3; 9-14 8
         73: 4-19 5 (P)
-, Fay 83: 4-28 1
-, Jerry
         73: 4-5 6; 4-12 8; 4-26 7
         74: 3-21 4; 4-25 6; 5-2 9 (P)
         75: 4-17 6; 8-29 12
         76: 3-25 7
-, Jim
         79: 8-30 13; 9-27 13
         80: 8-28 11; 10-9 3
         81: 4-9 8; 4-30 8; 9-3 12; 10-1 11; 10-29 14
         82: 9-2 9; 9-23 11; 9-30 12; 10-7 8; 10-14 10; 12-9 11
         83: 1-27 7
-, Marilyn 81: 7-16 8
-, Mike 82: 11-11 11
-, Rex 74: 11-21 1
Cover Letter see „The Cover Letter‟ (workshop)
Cover Letter Workshop
         87: 10-1 6; 11-5 2
         88: 3-17 2; 4-14 2
cover letters, imminent replacement of resumes by 89: 2-23 6
Coverley, Artherine 87: 4-9 5 (P)
Covert, Edwin 92: 2-6 2 (P)
-, Robert (Bob) 72: 2-24 6; 3-23 6
Covey, Amanda 2002: 10-3 1
Covi, Kevin
         95: 11-11 10; 11-30 699: 11-18 1
Cowan, Adam
         94: 8-25 1 (P)
         95: 10-26 2
Cowan, Scott
         87: 12-10 7
         88: 1-28 9
Cowden, Kricket
         89: 11-2 9 (P); 11-16 9; 12-7 8
         90: 2-1 9; 2-8 10; 2-22 8; 3-1 8 (P); 3-29 7 (P); 11-8 9; 11-15 9; 12-6 7; 12-13 8
         91: 1-24 9; 1-31 9; 3-14 2 (P)
-, Tiffany 93: 1-28 7; 2-4 7; 2-11 7; 2-25 7; 12-2 7
Cowdrey, Charlie 95: 8-31 7
Cowgill, C J 96: 10-31 4
Cox, Amy
         96: 2-2 2 (P); 4-25 17; 9-19 6
         97: 1-23 9
-, Angee (Angela)
         88: 3-24 1 (P)
         89: 10-5 12 (P)
-, Bob 72: 3-9 5 (P)
-, Cayle
         98: 11-5 7
         2001: 4-5 7
-, Chris
         77: 9-8 13
         79: 3-29 13 (P)
         86: 11-6 9 (P)
         88: 12-1 15
         96: 9-19 2 (P)
         99: 2-11 2 (P); 11-18 2
         2000: 2-24 2 (P); 8-31 6
-, Clark 91: 11-21 7
-, Clyde
         83: 10-13 13 (P)
         90: 3-29 2
-, Connie
         78: 3-30 2 LTE
         2000: 3-23 3 LTE
-, Courtney 97: 2-20 4 (P)
-, Daniel
          2000: 11-16 1
          2001: 3-29 1; 4-12 2; 9-20 7
          2002: 4-4 1
-, Dixie
          72: 4-27 4
          74: 4-25 8
-, Doris J 73: 7-26 1
-, Emmett (Emmitt)
          84: 3-1 9; 8-30 24 (P); 9-6 19; 9-13 17 (P); 10-2 5; 10-11 13; 10-16 7; 10-23 9; 11-6 9;
                  11-8 22 (P); 12-6 26
          85: 8-29 13; 9-19 7 (P); 10-3 7, 9; 10-10 7; 10-17 7, 9 (P); 10-23 7; 11-14 8; 12-5 12
          86: 6-25 7; 9-5 7
-, Gertrude 90: 3-29 2
-, Jill 2000: 4-20 5
-, John 71: 2-25 4; 3-11 4 (P); 5-6 1
-, Joseph 95 11-2 1
-, LaNell (Lanell, Lanelle)
          83: 4-14 9
          84: 1-26 10; 2-9 11; 2-16 10; 11-29 23; 12-6 23 (P), 25; 12-11 8; 12-13 19
          85: 1-15 7; 1-17 15; 1-22 7 (P), 9; 1-29 7; 2-5 9; 2-7 15; 2-12 11; 2-14 17 (P); 2-19 5; 2-
                  21 9; 2-26 6; 3-5 7, 8; 3-21 20, 23; 3-25 5; 3-28 9; 4-11 13, 14; 4-16 5; 4-23 6; 4-
                  30 5; 9-26 10; 11-14 7; 11-21 7; 12-5 13; 12-12 8
          86: 1-30 7; 2-6 7, 8; 2-13 9; 2-20 7, 8; 2-27 10; 3-7 5; 3-13 7; 4-3 7 (P); 5-8 10; 6-25 8;
                  10-2 8; 11-13 WSE 5 (P), 6 (P); 12-4 7; 12-11 8 (P)
          87: 1-29 7; 2-12 9; 2-26 7; 3-5 7 (P), 8; 3-9 4; 3-26 7, 8; 4-2 6; 5-7 7; 10-8 9 (P); 10-22 9;
                  11-19 9; 12-10 9
-, Larry 74: 4-4 7
-, Leanne (Lee Ann, LeeAnn)
          75: 10-9 4
          76: 2-12 10; 3-18 4; 4-1 7; 4-8 4; 4-15 6
-, Lou Ann 80: 2-7 3; 11-13 3; 11-20 7
-, Martin
          75: 3-13 Special 3
          76: 4-8 Spring 9
-, Mary Alexander 84: 10-2 3; 10-16 1, 4; 10-23 5 (P)
-, Melissa (Mellisa)
          97: 2-6 11
          98: 2-19 1
-, Milo 73: 4-3 7 (P), 8, 9
-, Pam
          89: 10-5 12 (P); 12-8 1 (P)
          90: 9-27 2; 10-4 4 (P)
          92: 4-23 1
          93: 3-18 3 LTE
-, Renee
          83: 4-14 9
          84: 5-3 12
          85: 2-7 6; 2-12 1 (P), 6 (P), 7
-, Ron
          71: 4-29 3
          72: 4-13 5; 7-13 3
          73: 2-22 3
-, Rose Etta 96: 10-31 2
-, Roxanne 73: 4-19 3
-, Tony 92: 8-27 8
-, Wanda 71: 2-11 4
Coyle, Patrick (Pat) 77: 2-17 2 LTE; 4-14 1 (P); 4-21 5 (P); 4-28 10
Coyne, Brian 83: 2-17 6
Coyote Jacks (business) 2002: 9-5 1
„Coyote Tales‟ (play) 91: 7-3 2; 7-18 4
coyotes 73: 3-8 4
Cozad, John Jackson
          77: 4-7 5
          88: 11-3 6
CPA exam 80: 2-28 1
CPAN Career Fair 93: 9-16 10
CPAN Career Information Day
          92: 9-17 16
          93: 9-16 14
CPR
          77: 9-15 1
          79: 2-8 3; 3-1 4
          80: 3-6 5
          86: 1-30 2
          97: 9-4 13; 9-11 9; 9-18 11; 11-20 5
          98: 9-10 2; 9-17 2; 10-29 2; 11-5 2
          99: 1-21 2; 3-11 2; 3-25 2; 4-1 3; 9-23 2; 9-30 2; 10-7 1
CPR Instructor Course 80: 4-24 1
CPR Recertification (course) 96: 4-25 2
CPR/First Aid Instructor course 95: 2-2 12; 2-9 12; 2-16 8
Crabtree, Gary 71: 7-1 4
-, Sheldon 79: 10-11 10 (P)
-, Steve
          80: 7-3 7
          81: 2-12 10; 7-16 1; 9-10 11; 11-19 10; 12-10 11
          82: 2-4 9
Crader, Dave 74: 10-10 3; 11-6 4; 11-21 4
Cradick, Denise 92: 2-13 10
Craft, Berlyn A 82: 9-30 1
-, Connie Jo 88: 11-3 2; 11-10 9; 11-17 10
-, Ellen E 71: 2-4 1; 4-20 12
-, Sharolyn 81: 9-3 5
-, Teri 84: 4-26 3
craft show at Student Union 96: 12-5 11, 12
Crafts Under the Trees
          77: 6-23 1
          82: 4-15 1
Craig, Bruce 81: 2-12 3
-, Ellen Baldwin 83: 5-5 1
-, Herbert
          91: 10-3 6; 10-17 1
          94: 9-15 9
          95: 10-5 7 (P)
          96: 9-12 7
          2001: 10-18 9
          2002: 9-5 2
-, Kelli (Kelly)
          97: 1-30 2 (P); 9-4 7; 9-18 7; 10-2 5; 10-9 5; 10-16 5; 10-23 7; 11-13 5
          98: 10-29 7
          99: 9-16 5; 9-30 6; 10-28 6; 11-11 5
          2000: 4-6 9; 9-14 6; 9-21 5
Crain, Hazel 77: 4-7 3
-, Pete 81: 10-8 11 (P)
Crambo (computer proram) 89: 11-2 10
Cramer, Alan
          82: 6-17 1
          85: 9-26 1
-, Cindy 71: 3-4 1
-, Craig 93: 10-14 10
-, Denise
          72: 10-12 4
          73: 3-8 3; 5-3 3
          74: 5-9 1; 10-10 1
-, Gloria
          71: 3-4 3; 5-6 1
          72: 4-27 1; 7-13 5
          73: 1-11 7; 2-15 4
-, J Alan (Alan, Allan, J Allen)
          71: 1-14 1; 7-29 3; 10-28 1; 11-11 1
          72: 2-3 3; 4-6 2 LTE
          73: 11-29 1, 5
          74: 7-18 1; 9-12 1
          85: 7-2 1
          87: 5-7 9
-, Russ 90: 2-22 1
-, Sandra Ann (Sandy) 73: 6-21 6 (P); 11-7 5
Crammer, Allen 85: 3-26 8
Cramton, Leigh 94: 1-20 2 (P)
Crandall, Bessie 80: 3-13 5 (P)
-, Curtis 71: 6-24 3
-, Linda 86: 8-28 12
-, receipt of scholarship by 86: 4-24 2
Crandell, Kenya (see also Crandle)
          92: 8-27 8; 9-17 8; 11-18 7; 12-10 11 (P)
          93: 1-21 7 (P), 10; 1-28 7 (P), 9; 2-4 7; 2-11 7; 2-18 9; 4-8 8; 11-18 7; 12-9 7
          94: 1-20 7; 1-27 7; 2-3 8; 2-10 1 (P), 7; 2-17 7; 2-24 7 (P); 11-17 8; 12-1 8; 12-8 7
          95: 1-19 10; 2-2 7, 8 (P); 2-9 9; 2-16 7; 2-23 7 (P); 3-2 8; 3-9 8; 3-16 7; 4-6 7; 9-28 8; 11-
                  11 7; 11-30 8; 12-7 8
          96: 1-18 7, 8; 1-25 7 (P), 8; 2-2 8; 2-8 11; 2-15 8; 2-22 7; 3-7 7; 3-14 7 (P), 8; 4-11 7; 4-
                  25 11 (P), 12; 10-10 6
          98: 3-19 6
          2000: 9-21 5
Crandle, Kenya (see also Crandall)
          98: 11-5 5
          99: 1-21 5
Crane, Don 74: 3-7 3
-, Julia 97: 10-2 4
-, Mike (Michael) 99: 2-11 10; 9-9 6
Crank (band) 73: 6-21 2
crank phone calls 2002: 10-10 4
Cranor, John D
          72: 3-9 1; 8-31 7; 9-14 7
          73: 1-11 1; 8-30 8
Cranwell, Shauna 91: 11-7 2 (P)
Crapper the Crow (mascot) 93: 4-1 11
Crapson, Rhonda 84: 1-26 4
Crary, Lowell 80: 10-23 5
Cravatt, Megan (see also Caravatt, Cravett)
         99: 4-22 6
         2000: 3-9 6; 3-23 6; 4-6 9; 4-13 5
         2001: 4-19 5
         2002: 2-21 5; 2-28 6; 3-14 6; 4-18 6; 4-25 5, 6
Craven, Andrea 71: 5-13 4; 9-23 4; 10-7 4
Cravett, Megan (see also Caravatt, Cravatt) 99: 4-15 5
Cravig, Audrey 90: 12-13 8
Craw, Debra (Deb, Debbie)
         71: 12-9 7; 12-16 4
         72: 4-13 6; 10-12 9
         73: 3-29 9; 5-10 7
-, Kent
         79: 2-1 13; 3-1 11; 4-12 10; 5-3 15
         80: 1-31 7; 2-7 9; 2-14 7; 2-21 8; 2-28 11; 3-6 8; 4-17 10; 4-24 8; 5-1 9
         81: 1-29 7; 3-5 9
-, Robert (Bob) 85: 2-14 15; 8-29 3
crawdads 75: 10-2 7
crawfish 75: 10-2 Insert 7
Crawford, Ann 82: 3-25 6 (P)
-, Anne 77: 10-6 4
-, Cindy 94: 1-27 11
-, Douglas M 72: 3-10 11
-, Hal
         85: 10-3 5
         86: 7-24 1 (P), 4
         87: 2-5 6; 10-8 1
-, Janet 93: 11-18 11
-, Jerry
         71: 9-9 3
         72: 3-23 5
         86: 11-20 1
-, Jim
         71: 11-11 6
         72: 11-9 10
         73: 3-8 6; 11-29 6, 7; 12-13 6
         74: 1-17 3; 1-24 4
-, Kelley 85: 10-3 9
-, Mary Bargman 2002: 9-26 8
-, Matt 73: 1-11 3
-, Megan
         2001: 11-8 10
         2002: 2-7 6; 2-21 6
-, Richard 85: 8-29 3
-, Ryan 94: 1-20 8
-, Sharon 86: 6-25 1; 7-8 5, 8; 7-17 1; 7-24 1; 7-31 5; 10-9 2
crayfish 75: 10-2 Insert 7
Crazylimpics
         2001: 10-4 2
         2002: 10-3 2, 4; 10-10 2
Creamer, Kathleen (Kathy) 74: 3-7 1; 3-21 1; 3-28 1 (P); 4-11 1; 5-9 1; 9-5 1 (P)
-, Melissa 99: 9-16 1
Creason, Cindy 87: 4-16 2 (P)
creatine 97: 2-20 1
creatine phosphate 98: 2-5 6
creationism
         85: 1-31 1, 6; 2-5 2, 6; 2-7 4
         2002: 12-12 11
„Creationism Old and New‟ 2001: 11-1 2; 11-8 2; 11-15 2, 8
Creative and Successful Personalities 72: 2-3 5
Creative Arts for Special Children 84: 12-6 9
Creative Beginnings (discussion) 89: 11-2 6
creative drama workshop 90: 6-28 8
Creative Expressions II (art show) 87: 12-10 4
Creative Expressions III (art show) 88: 11-17 10
„Creative Glassblowing‟ (course) 73: 10-11 5
creative movement dance group 71: 9-16 1
Creative Teaching Award 96: 3-14 9
Creative Window Painting Contest 95: 11-30 9
creative writing, course in 87: 10-29 6
„Creative Writing and Television‟ (lecture) 76: 2-19 4
Creative Writing Program 98: 11-5 2
creativity of students 85: 11-14 2
credential file 92: 10-15 12
credit, students‟ use of 78: 1-26 4; 2-9 4
-, women‟s access to 80: 2-28 8
Credit Bureau of Kearney 97: 9-1 10
credit bureaus 80: 12-11 9
Credit by Examination Program 71: 1-7 6
credit cards
         81: 9-3 7
         91: 3-7 6
         92: 10-22 11
         93: 11-18 10
         96: 3-14 9
         97: 9-11 10
         2000: 4-27 7
-, dangers of 89: 5-4 4
-, KSC associated 91: 4-11 1
credit hours, limit on for comprehensive majors 86: 4-17 1
-, transfer of 79: 11-29 Encounter 6
credit no credit grading
         71: 2-11 3
         85: 1-15 12
credit unions 98: 2-12 10
Creech, Jimmy 98: 3-19 1 (P)
creeper (tool) 90: 4-19 10
Creighton, John 80: 4-3 1
Creighton University 95: 1-19 1, 12
Creighton University Dance Group 77: 3-17 3
Crejci, John (see also Krejci) 73: 9-65 7
Cress, Joan 73: 7-12 2
Creveling, Dick 73: 9-13 8
Crew, Pat 83: 9-8 11
Crews, Kimberly 93: 10-21 6
Crick, Cindy 2001: 9-13 10
-, Jeffrey (Jeff)
         78: 5-4 5
         80: 3-27 6; 11-13 5
         81: 1-22 3
Cricket (band)
          79: 8-30 10
          84: 9-27 2; 10-2 2; 10-4 2; 10-9 2; 10-16 2; 10-18 2
crickets, infestation of 93: 9-2 1
Crickets (band) 79: 10-4 1
„Cries and Whispers‟ (film)
          75: 3-6 3, 4; 3-13 1
          80: 9-18 4; 10-2 1
Criffield, Bernard Jr (see also Crifford) 74: 2-14 3
Crifford, Bernard (see also Criffield) 72: 6-22 3
Crile, Mandy 95: 10-5 4
Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act 90: 1-18 2
crime on campus
          81: 11-19 4
          91: 3-28 6; 8-29 12
          92: 9-24 1; 10-15 6
          93: 11-11 1, 11
          94: 11-10 6
          95: 10-26 4; 12-7 1
          97: 2-27 1; 12-4 4
          98: 11-12 1
          99: 2-4 7; 3-11 1; 11-18 1
          2001: 3-29 1; 4-12 1; 4-19 1
-, decrease in 89: 1-19 1
crime spree 96: 11-21 1, 4
Crime Stoppers 94: 1-27 6
Crimestoppers
          82: 10-14 5
          90: 3-1 6
criminal court 80: 11-20 Encounter 7
criminal justice, women in 92: 3-19 6
Criminal Justice Club
          75: 10-2 3; 10-23 5; 11-6 4; 11-20 3
          76: 11-4 9; 11-18 4; 12-2 3; 12-9 6
          77: 3-24 3; 4-14 1; 10-27 5; 11-3 3
          78: 1-19 3; 4-6 3; 4-20 3; 8-31 5, 9; 10-5 3; 11-9 3; 12-7 4
          79: 2-1 3; 3-1 3; 3-15 1; 3-29 1; 4-5 1, 3; 4-12 3, 4; 5-3 4
          80: 1-24 3; 9-11 3; 10-2 1; 10-9 1; 10-16 4
          84: 10-11 2; 10-23 2; 12-4 2
          85: 2-14 8; 2-26 2; 2-28 2; 3-28 2; 4-30 2; 9-5 2; 11-21 2
          86: 2-6 2; 2-13 2; 4-17 2; 11-13 2
          88: 9-8 2
          89: 3-30 4; 10-12 6; 10-19 1
          90: 3-1 1; 3-8 2, 6, 12; 10-11 17; 10-25 13
          91: 8-29 1; 9-19 11; 11-7 1
          94: 11-10 11
          95: 10-12 1
          2002: 4-25 10; 10-17 1, 8
-, aid to burned-out family by 89: 3-2 10
-, fundraising carwash by 86: 4-17 2
-, sponsorship of dance by 86: 9-18 2
Criminal Justice Conference
          95: 4-13 6
          96: 4-11 9; 4-25 1, 5
          97: 4-10 1; 4-24 12
          99: 4-15 1, 7
Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Prevention Seminar 74: 1-31 5
Criminal Justice majors, academic advising of 88: 9-15 12
Criminal Justice program 89: 3-30 4
-, initiation of 72: 3-23 1
-, internships in 82: 3-18 4
Cripple, Nick (see also Kripal) 76: 12-2 3
Crips (gang) 89: 10-12 1, 2
Crisis Line
           72: 9-7 1
           74: 10-10 3
           75: 2-27 3
           79: 9-6 8
           90: 1-25 10
Crisis Pregnancy Center 89: 4-13 4
Crist, Bill 73: 9-20 7
-, Jane
           74: 5-9 3; 9-19 4; 11-21 5
           75: 9-25 6
           76: 7-22 2; 9-29 3
-, Linda
           73: 8-30 5 (P)
           85: 8-29 3
Cristo, Tim (see also Christo) 74: 9-19 10
Cristenson, Bruce 74: 2-28 6
Critchfield, Jody
           97: 11-6 8
           98: 4-30 5 (P)
Critchley, Don 81: 10-8 13
-, Glenn
           79: 9-6 5
           81: 9-3 11
           83: 6-30 8
Crnkovich, Elizabeth 96: 4-11 9
crocheting lessons 72: 2-17 4
Crocker, Ann 83: 3-3 5
-, Gail 87: 8-27 5
-, Jim 81: 1-22 4
-, Karen
           76: 9-2 8
           77: 9-15 5
           83: 2-17 5
           84: 7-19 1
           97: 3-13 1
-, Ronald (Ron)
           71: 1-14 1; 2-4 3; 5-6 1; 5-13 4; 7-8 1; 7-15 2; 9-9 2; 10-7 1; 10-14 4; 12-16 1
           72: 1-27 5; 2-17 4; 2-24 4; 3-10 10; 3-16 4; 5-4 4 (P); 7-6 1; 7-20 1; 7-27 8; 8-31 5, 7; 9-
                    21 7; 10-19 4 (P), 10; 10-26 3, 8; 11-30 4
           73: 2-1 6; 2-15 1; 3-8 8; 3-22 4; 3-29 10; 4-3 8; 4-5 5; 4-12 5; 4-26 1, 4; 7-12 3; 7-19 6; 7-
                    26 4; 8-30 8; 9-13 4; 10-25 4; 11-7 4; 12-6 1
           74: 2-14 8; 5-2 6; 5-9 1; 7-26 7 (P); 8-29 5; 9-12 4; 10-17 5; 11-6 3; 12-19 6
           75: 2-20 4; 2-27 1, 5; 5-1 8; 7-10 1; 7-17 1; 7-24 5, 6; 8-29 6, 10; 9-5 1; 9-25 8; 10-
                    30 4
           76: 4-23 3; 6-24 6; 9-29 1; 10-21 3; 12-9 3
           77: 2-24 5; 7-28 4; 9-15 1 (P), 5; 9-29 3; 10-27 5;‟ 11-17 1
           78: 2-9 1; 2-23 1; 3-16 1; 4-20 5, 10; 4-27 3; 5-4 9
           79: 9-6 5; 9-13 3; 10-28 3; 11-1 1; 12-13 4
           80: 2-14 1; 5-1 1, 4; 7-24 1; 9-11 8; 10-23 1; 12-4 7; 12-11 4
          81: 1-29 6; 4-30 6; 5-7 1; 7-30 1; 10-22 1; 11-5 1; 12-3 1; 12-10 4
          82: 4-15 1; 4-29 1; 11-11 1; 12-9 1, 4
          83: 4-28 5; 7-21 4; 9-8 6; 12-8 7
          84: 9-6 11, 12; 10-4 3; 10-23 24; 12-13 14
          85: 1-22 13 (P); 2-19 12; 4-16 2; 9-5 5
          86: 5-8 2, 7; 8-28 11; 9-18 1; 11-20 2
          87: 3-5 9; 5-7 1, 2; 7-9 6; 9-3 4; 9-17 8; 10-8 5; 10-22 2; 10-29 2; 11-12 6; 11-19 1; 12-10
                  1
          88: 3-24 8 (P); 6-23 1; 8-4 1; 9-22 1; 10-27 2; 11-3 2; 12-1 2; 12-8 1, 2
          89: 1-12 2; 1-26 1; 4-27 11; 5-4 1; 9-21 10; 12-7 1 (P), 6 (P); 12-14 1
          90: 1-25 1; 9-27 12; 10-4 6
          92: 8-27 5; 11-12 11
          93: 9-23 15 (P); 11-11 2, 12
          94: 1-20 2; 4-21 2; 11-10 11 (P); 11-17 1
          95: 2-9 11; 11-11 1 (P); 11-16 4; 12-7 2
          97: 11-20 3
          99: 10-7 7
          2000: 3-2 4; 4-27 1, 6
          2001: 10-11 2; 11-1 9; 12-13 6
          2002: 9-19 2; 11-14 2; 12-5 2
Crocket, Dave 76: 10-14 6
Croger, John 99: 3-4 2
Croghan, John 97: 11-20 6
-, Vicki 83: 9-29 10; 10-6 10
Cromer, Dean 93: 2-11 12
-, Michael 97: 5-1 18
Cromwell, Chad 84: 10-4 2
Cronauer, Adrian
          88: 9-8 12; 9-22 6 (P)
          89: 2-16 1
Cronin, Amanda 2001: 1-18 5; 2-1 6; 2-15 5; 4-5 5
-, Cassandra 2000: 12-7 1 (P)
-, Mary 92: 10-1 1
-, Michael (Mike)
          71: 2-18 5; 3-18 7
          72: 2-17 1; 3-10 10; 3-23 5; 10-12 1
          73: 3-22 1; 4-19 1; 10-11 3; 10-25 4 (P)
          77: 4-7 5
Cronk, Heather
          92: 4-9 7; 4-30 7
          93: 1-21 8; 2-11 9; 2-25 8; 4-8 7; 4-29 7
          94: 2-17 8; 4-28 7 (P)
          95: 1-19 9; 2-2 7; 2-9 9; 2-16 7; 3-2 7; 3-30 7; 4-13 7
-, Stacey
          88: 9-1 1
          89: 9-28 1
Cronn, Karla 84: 9-27 9
Crooks, Aaron 94: 8-25 2 (P)
Crookshank, Marti 81: 6-25 4
Croot, Mark
          87: 3-26 8; 4-2 6; 4-30 7
          88: 2-18 8; 3-17 7
CROP
          75: 3-13 5
          81: 10-1 3
CROP Fast 76: 11-4 1, 9; 11-11 1
CROP Walk
          77: 10-20 1; 11-3 6
          81: 10-1 3
          94: 11-10 9
Cropp, Brenda 91: 3-28 4
Crosby, Bruce
          76: 4-8 Spring 9; 4-29 1; 10-14 9
          77: 3-24 7; 5-5 8; 11-10 2 LTE
-, C R III 90: 4-5 10
-, Christy 77: 5-5 1 (P)
-, Gina 91: 3-28 4
-, Jim
          75: 12-4 8
          76: 4-1 8; 5-6 3
          84: 10-23 3
          97: 10-9 4
          98: 10-1 1
-, Joan 85: 2-14 12 (P)
-, LaVon 89:1-26 1; 2-9 2
Crose, John 77: 9-8 10 (P)
Crosetto, Tony
          2001; 4-12 1 (P)
          2002: 1-31 5; 2-28 6; 3-7 1 (P), 5, 6; 3-14 5; 4-4 5; 4-18 6; 4-25 6; 5-2 8
Crosland, Carol 78: 9-28 9
Cross, Charles T 73: 10-4 1 (P); 10-11 1; 10-18 3 (P)
-, Darrell
          92: 10-1 11
          93: 1-28 6; 2-4 5
-, Don 89: 7-20 7
-, Jeff 78: 10-12 6; 11-2 8
-, Neil 86: 10-30 1 (P)
-, Nevada 96: 1-18 9
-, Ryan
          94: 10-6 7
          95: 8-24 11
-, Susan (Sue)
          79: 11-15 1
          80: 11-13 7 (P)
          -, Wayne
          73: 9-20 5 (P)
          74: 10-3 5 (P)75: 4-10 6; 12-12 4
cross country
          71: 9-9 6; 9-16 8; 9-23 6; 9-30 6; 10-7 6; 10-14 6; 10-21 6; 10-28 8; 11-18 6; 12-2 6; 12-9
                  8
          72: 8-31 8; 9-14 6; 9-21 9; 9-28 9; 10-12 8; 10-19 11; 10-26 7; 11-2 8; 11-9 11; 11-30 7
          73: 9-6 6; 9-13 7; 9-27 11; 10-4 6; 10-11 6; 10-18 6; 10-25 5; 11-1 8; 11-15 5; 11-29 7
          74: 8-29 6; 9-5 6; 9-12 6; 9-26 8; 10-3 7; 10-10 6; 11-6 6; 11-14 6; 11-21 6, 8
          75: 5-8 8; 8-29 13; 9-5 11; 9-11 7; 9-18 9; 9-25 10; 10-2 8; 10-9 8; 10-17 8; 10-23 6, 7;
                  10-30 9; 11-6 9; 11-13 9; 11-20 4
          76: 9-2 13; 9-9 11; 9-16 9; 9-23 7; 9-29 10; 10-7 9; 10-14 8; 10-21 7; 11-4 11; 11-11 7;
                   11-18 6; 12-2 7
          77: 9-1 9; 9-15 8; 9-22 13; 9-29 6, 7; 10-6 11; 10-20 10; 10-27 8; 11-3 8, 9; 11-10 9; 11-
                  17 7; 12-1 10
          78: 1-26 7; 8-31 13; 9-7 11; 9-14 10, 11; 9-21 8, 9; 9-28 11; 10-5 13, 14, 15; 10-12 13,
                  14; 10-26 10, 12; 11-2 10, 11, 12; 11-9 12; 11-16 9; 11-30 9
        79: 8-30 13; 9-6 11; 9-13 13; 9-20 11; 9-27 13; 10-4 9; 10-11 9, 10; 10-28 6; 11-1 9; 11-8
                11; 11-15 9, 10; 11-29 7
        80: 1-24 7; 8-28 11; 9-4 10; 9-11 11; 9-18 11; 9-25 10, 11; 10-2 9; 10-9 10; 10-23 8; 11-
                13 8; 11-20 10
        81: 7-9 8; 9-3 9, 12; 9-10 9; 9-17 10; 9-24 9; 10-1 11; 10-8 11, 12; 10-22 8; 10-29 12, 14;
                11-5 8; 11-12 9; 11-19 9; 12-10 9
        82: 9-2 9; 9-9 8, 9; 9-16 9, 10; 9-23 10, 11; 9-30 12; 10-7 8; 10-14 10; 10-28 8; 11-11 10,
                11; 11-18 6, 7; 11-24 5; 12-9 11
        83: 9-1 14; 9-15 10; 9-22 15; 9-29 10; 10-6 10; 10-13 12; 10-20 11; 11-10 9; 11-17 8
        84: 9-6 20, 24; 9-13 19, 20, 22; 9-18 6, 8; 9-20 13, 16; 9-25 6, 8; 9-27 15; 10-2 7, 8; 10-4
                13, 14; 10-9 7; 10-16 9; 10-23 10, 12; 11-1 19, 21; 11-6 7, 10, 11; 11-8 20, 21;
                11-13 9, 11; 11-15 19; 12-4 9; 12-11 8
        85: 9-12 7, 9; 9-19 9; 9-26 10, 11; 10-3 8, 9; 10-10 8; 10-17 8; 10-23 7, 8; 11-7 7, 8; 11-
                14 7; 11-21 8
        86: 9-5 8; 9-11 7; 9-18 8; 9-25 7; 10-2 8; 10-9 7; 10-30 7; 11-6 8; 11-13 5; 11-20 8
        87: 9-3 7; 9-10 9; 9-17 7; 9-24 8; 10-1 8; 10-8 9; 10-22 9; 10-29 8, 9; 11-5 7; 11-12 7; 11-
                19 7; 12-10 8
        88: 8-25 8; 9-1 8; 9-8 8, 10; 9-15 9, 11; 9-22 7, 9; 9-29 7, 9; 10-6 7, 8; 10-12 8; 10-27 10;
                11-3 7; 11-10 8; 11-17 8; 12-1 7
        89: 9-7 9; 9-14 8; 9-21 8; 9-28 9; 10-5 7, 9; 10-12 7, 9; 10-19 10; 11-2 7; 11-9 7, 8; 11-16
                7; 11-30 8
        90: 9-6 7, 9; 9-13 8, 9; 9-20 9; 9-27 8; 10-4 9; 10-11 9; 10-25 7; 11-1 7; 11-8 7; 11-15 7;
                11-20 7
        91: 1-17 7; 1-24 8; 1-31 10; 2-7 9; 2-14 8; 8-29 7; 9-12 7; 9-19 7, 9; 9-26 7; 10-3 7; 10-10
                7, 8, 9; 10-17 7; 10-24 7; 10-31 7; 11-14 7; 11-21 9; 12-5 7
        92: 9-3 7, 8; 9-17 8, 9; 9-24 7; 10-1 7, 9; 10-8 7, 8; 10-22 7; 10-29 7; 11-12 7; 11-18 7
        93: 9-2 7; 9-16 7; 9-23 7, 8; 9-30 7, 9; 10-7 8; 10-14 9; 10-21 7, 9; 10-28 7; 11-4 7, 8; 11-
                11 7, 9
        94: 9-1 7, 8; 9-22 7, 8; 9-29 7; 10-6 7; 10-13 7; 10-20 7, 8; 10-27 7; 11-3 7; 11-10 7, 8;
                11-17 7; 12-1 7, 8
        95: 9-14 8; 9-21 7; 9-28 7; 10-5 11; 10-12 7; 10-19 7, 8; 10-26 7, 8; 11-2 7, 8; 11-11 7;
                11-16 8; 11-30 7
        96: 8-29 9, 10; 9-19 9; 9-26 8; 10-3 6; 10-17 5; 10-24 7; 10-31 4; 11-14 8; 12-12 6
        97: 9-4 7; 9-11 6; 9-18 7; 10-2 5, 6; 10-9 5; 10-16 5; 10-23 7; 10-30 7; 11-6 5; 11-13 5
        98: 9-3 7, 8; 9-17 7; 9-24 7; 10-1 8; 10-15 7; 10-29 7; 11-12 7
        99: 9-2 5; 9-16 5; 9-23 5; 9-30 6; 10-28 6; 11-11 5; 12-2 5
        2000: 9-7- 5; 9-14 6; 9-21 5, 6; 9-28 7; 10-5 4; 10-12 5; 10-26 4; 11-9 4
        2001: 9-20 6; 9-27 6; 10-11 5; 10-18 6; 11-8 5
        2002: 9-5 5, 6; 9-12 4, 5; 9-19 5, 6; 9-26 4, 5; 10-10 6; 10-17 6; 10-31 5, 6; 11-14 4, 5
cross country skiing
        75: 3-13 8
        76: 2-26 7
        79: 1-26 6; 12-6 5
cross country skiing (course) 82: 11-11 1; 11-18 1
Cross Examination Debate Association 91: 1-24 6
Crossing Jordan (band) 96: 8-29 7
Crossland, Cathy 74: 7-26 3
Crossley, John 78: 9-28 1; 10-26 8
Crossman, Edward K
        88: 9-8 15
        92: 9-24 11
        93: 3-4 10
-, Sharyn
        87: 6-25 7; 9-3 4; 12-10 1
        88: 2-18 4; 3-24 8; 9-8 13
        89: 4-6 7
          90: 2-22 1
          92: 9-24 11; 11-18 4
          94: 10-20 1, 4
„Crossroads‟ 2002: 2-21 4
Crossroads Ford (business) 93: 4-22 10
Crouch, Eric
          97: 2-13 7
          2001: 10-18 5; 11-29 5; 12-13 14
-, Julie 82: 10-7 1
-, Julie L 94: 9-29 12
Croutcher, Rhonda 77: 10-6 12
Crow, Jennifer 85: 1-15 3 (P)
-, Pat
          80: 2-28 11
          81: 9-3 11; 9-10 10
          82: 9-2 8; 9-23 9
          83: 12-2 11
-, Robin 88: 6-30 2
Crow see The Crow (mock insert in Antelope
Crowder, Cynthia (Cindy, Cyndi)
          72: 2-3 4
          73: 4-12 10; 11-7 5; 11-15 3; 11-29 3
-, Gail 94: 11-3 2
-, Pete 87: 3-5 2 (P)
-, Terry 73: 3-29 5
Crowe, Bill 77: 4-7 1; 7-21 3; 9-15 3
-, Candi
          96: 8-29 10; 9-12 8; 9-26 7; 10-10 6 (P); 11-7 8; 11-21 8
          97: 4-24 9; 5-1 6 (P)
-, Mary Rita 89: 11-16 3 LTE
-, Shara 96: 3-14 9
Crowley, Jack 77: 4-7 7; 4-28 1
Crown Collection of American Maps 72: 7-20 3
Crown of Blood see „The Crown of Blood‟ (film)
crows, control of 96: 1-18 6
-, infestation of
          90: 1-18 1; 2-22 1; 12-6 16; 12-13 1
          91: 1-24 1; 12-13 12
          93: 1-28 11; 2-11 1; 2-25 3; 3-18 3; 12-9 1, 9
          94: 2-3 9; 3-31 12, 13
Crowther, Thomas 97: 4-17 2 (P)
„Crucifixion: Hoax or History?‟ (lecture) 90: 3-29 6; 4-5 6; 4-12 6, 10
Crue, Charlotte 82: 7-15 6
„Cruel Intentions‟‟ 99: 3-11 6
cruelty to animals 91: 3-28 4
Cruickshank, Marty 85: 7-9 (P)
-, Scott
          82: 4-1 10
          84: 3-23 12; 3-29 9; 4-12 10, 12 (P)
          85: 2-12 12; 2-19 7 (P); 2-21 10; 3-26 7; 4-16 5; 4-23 5; 4-30 5; 6-18 5
          86: 2-27 9; 3-7 5; 3-13 8; 4-3 7; 4-10 8; 4-17 7; 4-24 7; 5-8 10
Cruise, Dean 72: 7-20 3
-, Rich
          72: 7-20 3; 11-9 10
          73: 2-1 8; 3-8 6; 7-26 3; 11-7 7 (P); 11-15 5; 11-29 6, 7; 12-6 7
          74: 2-14 6; 10-24 7; 11-14 8; 12-19 5
          75: 2-13 7, 9; 8-29 12; 10-23 6; 12-4 8; 12-11 9, 11; 12-18 6, 7
          76: 1-15 6; 1-22 5; 2-5 9; 2-12 8, 9; 2-19 6; 2-26 8
Cruise Night ‟90 90: 7-19 6
Cruiskshand, Martha Wilson 81; 7-9 5 (P)
Crumbly, Pat (see also Crumby) 71: 9-23 4
Crumby, Patty (see also Crumbly) 73: 4-19 4
Crumley, Linda
          73: 12-6 7
          75: 1-23 1; 1-30 5; 2-6 1, 3, 4; 2-13 7; 2-20 4; 2-27 6; 3-6 1, 4, 7; 3-13 4, 6; 3-20 6; 4-17
                   3; 4-24 6; 5-1 3, 4, 7; 5-8 4
Crumly, Jason 95: 4-27 2
-, Pat (Patty) 72: 9-21 7; 11-2 1, 5
Crump, Eugene 89: 3-30 1
Cruse, Ken (see also Kruse, Kurse) 88: 9-8 14
Crutchfield, Jody 98: 11-12 6 (P)
Cruthoff, Jill 92: 11-18 2 (P)
Cruz, Edgar 98: 11-12 6; 11-19 6 (P)
-, Jimmy Chamorro 2002: 4-25 2
„Crying for a Vision – The Rosebud Sioux Trilogy‟ (art exhibit) 77: 9-1 4; 10-6 10
Crystal, Jim 78: 11-16 8
„C-Span in the Classroom‟ (seminar) 91: 1-31 11
C-Store 1 (business) 90: 4-19 2
CTE Pride Day 84: 9-13 2
Cuckie, John
          72: 7-27 3
          80: 7-10 8
Cuda, Chad 93: 10-28 7
Cudaback, Angie 87: 4-9 5
-, Jim
          90: 4-26 1
          91: 3-28 1
          92: 4-16 4
          93: 2-4 2, 9; 4-8 1
          2001: 10-18 8
-, Phil (see also Cudabeck, Cudabek)
          78: 8-31 13; 9-14 11; 10-12 13
          79: 3-15 11; 8-30 13; 9-6 11 (P); 9-27 13
-, Sue
          79: 8-30 5 (P); 9-6 5; 10-4 1; 10-11 1; 11-1 1
          80: 1-31 Encounter 11
Cudabeck, Phil (see also Cudaback, Cudabek) 78: 10-5 13; 10-26 12; 11-9 12; 11-30 9
Cudabek, Phil (see also Cudaback, Cudabeck) 78: 9-28 11; 11-2 11
Cuddeford, Jeff (Jeffrey W)
          92: 2-20 9
          96: 10-24 6
-, Michelle
          86: 10-2 8
          87: 3-5 7 (P), 8; 3-26 7; 4-2 6; 4-16 7; 4-30 8; 5-7 7; 7-23 6; 11-19 8; 12-3 7
          88: 2-4 12; 3-17 9; 3-24 1, 9 (P); 4-7 7, 9; 4-14 7; 4-21 10; 4-28 12; 6-23 7; 11-17 7
Cude, Steph
          2000: 1-20 3; 1-27 3; 2-3 3; 2-10 3; 2-17 3; 2-24 3; 3-2 3; 3-9 3; 3-23 3; 3-30 3; 4-6 3; 4-
                   13 3; 4-20 3, 4, 7; 4-27 3 (P); 8-31 3; 9-7 3; 9-14 3; 9-21 3; 9-28 3; 10-5 3; 10-12
                   3; 10-26 3; 11-2 3; 11-9 3; 11-16 1, 3; 11-30 3; 12-7 3; 12-11 1, 3
          2001: 1-25 1
Cui, Yi 93: 1-21 13
Culbertson, Janet
          76: 3-18 7
          77: 4-21 1
Cullen, Stephanie (Stef, Steff, Stephani)
          77: 4-14 4; 5-5 3; 11-10 5 (P)
          78: 3-8 4 (P); 3-16 1; 3-30 3; 9-7 3; 10-5 3, 9 (P); 11-30 7
          79: 1-11 1; 1-26 2 LTE; 3-15 1; 5-3 4
Culler, Jarvis 2002: 3-14 5
Cullen, Cathy 75: 5-1 1
-, Evelyn 74: 3-7 4; 3-28 6
-, Jerry 72: 9-21 8
-, Sam 83: 3-24 3; 4-14 1
Cullinan, Mark
          83: 12-2 10
          84: 3-29 1 (P)
Culp, Mark 81: 2-5 5; Spring 1981 Encounter 5 (P); 4-30 1
cults
          79: 3-1 9
          92: 10-8 1
          2002: 10-31 4
Cultural Diversity courses see CD courses
Cultural Diversity Subcommittee of the General Studies Council 95: 8-31 2
Cultural Exchange Program 72: 9-14 3
Cultural Heritage Tours 85: 10-23 6
Cultural Institute of Guadalajara 72: 6-22 2
Culturally Diverse courses see CD courses
Culture Center 94: 3-10 1
Culwell, David M 91:4-11 3 LTE; 11-7 4 (P)
Cumins, Rick 87: 2-5 6 (P)
Cummerford, Karen 88: 2-25 6
Cumming, Scott (see also Cummings)
          84: 11-8 3; 11-15 3
          85: 3-21 2, 9; 4-2 1; 4-11 1; 4-25 6; 9-5 1; 9-19 1; 9-26 6; 10-10 1; 10-17 1; 11-7 1, 9; 12-
                  12 1
          86: 1-23 1; 3-7 1; 3-13 1; 4-3 1; 4-17 1; 4-24 1; 5-1 1; 5-8 2; 8-28 11; 10-2 4; 10-9 2
          87: 5-7 10; 7-23 7 (P); 9-10 5 (P)
Cummings, Brenda
          74: 11-14 4
          76: 7-1 7
          77: 5-5 1
-, Donna 90: 9-27 2
-, Dorothy 79: 3-1 7
-, Jerry
          71: 6-24 4
          72: 2-10 4; 3-2 Supp 3 (P); 9-28 10
          73: 1-11 3; 3-29 1; 4-3 2; 7-19 3
          74: 5-2 7
-, Luc 97: 4-24 7
-, Ray 71: 3-11 1; 3-18 1
-, Scott (see also Cumming) 84: 12-13 3
-, Wray
          71: 3-25 1; 4-22 2; 5-13 1; 5-20 1; 9-9 1
          72: 1-27 1, 2 LTE; 2-17 1; 2-24 3; 3-2 1; 3-2 Supp 1 (P), 2 (P); 3-9 1; 3-16 2; 3-23 5
          73: 2-15 1 (P); 2-22 2; 3-1 1 (P), 2; 3-22 1; 3-29 1; 4-3 8; 4-5 1, 2; 4-19 2; 5-3 3; 12-6 1
          74: 4-11 6 (P)
Cummins, Donna (see also Commins) 77: 9-29 7 (P); 11-3 9
-, Patricia W 94: 9-29 4; 10-6 4 (P); 11-10 10; 12-8 1
Cummins, Scott 72: 10-26 8
Cuneo, Hope 88: 4-18 3
Cunningham, Andrew 85: 1-15 1
-, B J 83: 6-23 6
-, Bridgette 90: 10-4 6
Cunningham, Charlie 71: 9-16 3
-, Chris 93: 1-21 10
-, Chuck
         91: 11-21 7; 12-5 7
         94: 2-17 7
-, Dan 75: 1-30 3
-, Dave (David)
         95: 8-24 8
         96: 8-29 10; 9-26 7; 10-17 5; 1-12 6
         97: 9-4 7; 10-16 5; 11-13 5; 11-20 4
         98: 3-5 5
-, Don
         73: 9-20 4; 10-25 1; 11-15 1 (P); 12-13 1
         74: 1-24 3; 2-7 2; 3-28 3
-, Herb
         90: 3-1 3 LTE
         91: 4-25 1
         95: 3-16 9 (P); 9-28 10; 11-30 1
         97: 4-3 1 (P), 4
-, Holly 2002: 2-21 1; 4-11 1
-, John 80: 2-7 5
-, Junior „Peacock‟ 97: 4-24 10
-, Mike 2002: 9-12 5; 10-10 5; 11-7 1 (P); 11-21 5; 12-5 5
-, Lawrence 88: 1-28 1
-, Nan
         77: 9-8 6 (P); 9-29 8
         78: 1-19 8; 2-9 7; 5-4 1; 6-22 5; 9-7 6 (P), 7; 11-30 5; 12-14 2 LTE
         79: 1-26 5; 4-26 1; 9-6 5; 9-13 7; 10-11 6; 11-15 8
         80: 1-31 Encounter 11 (P); 3-27 Encounter 7; 12-4 3
         81: 1-29 6; 2-5 1; 3-5 5
         82: 10-7 6
-, Nancy
         72: 11-16 8
         73: 3-8 3; 3-29 5; 9-13 8
-, Paul
         84: 11-8 18
         85: 3-21 2; 3-28 7; 4-2 1
         86: 3-13 1; 4-3 1; 4-24 1; 5-1 1; 9-5 2; 10-2 1; 10-9 1, 2; 11-6 2
         87: 1-29 2; 2-12 2, 12; 2-19 1; 2-26 1; 3-5 1; 3-26 2
-, Stanley (Stan)
         78: 11-30 1
         79: 3-22 7
Cunningham‟s Journal (business)(bar)
         95: 4-6 4
         97: 3-13 9; 9-25 10
         98: 10-15 6
         99: 1-28 4
         2002: 2-14 4, 9; 4-4 9; 4-25 9; 9-19 4; 9-26 7; 10-17 7
„Cupid‟s Bow‟ (play) 88: 3-17 11
Cupp, Elizabeth (Penny)
         79: 3-15 4 (P)
         86: 2-6 4
-, William
         77: 9-1 6
         79: 11-29 Encounter 5
         80: 7-10 6
-, William L 81: 6-25 3
Cure, Andrea 2000: 4-6 4
-, Crystal 88: 2-18 2
Cures, Hope 90: 6-14 4 (P)
Curfman, Shane 92: 2-13 5 (P)
Curley, Thom 72: 10-26 1 (P)
Curlisle, Cindy 80: 2-14 3
Curran, Cory 80: 11-6 9; 12-4 9
-, Jim 81: 4-23 9
-, Patrick (Pat) 83: 6-23 2, 3; 6-30 2; 7-14 2; 7-21 1, 5; 7-28 2, 8; 9-1 15; 10-6 4; 10-13 4; 12-2 4,
         9; 12-8 6
Curren, Deb 72: 10-19 5
-, Lois 96: 4-18 12
Current Education Issues in the 90‟s (forum) 92: 3-19 1
Current Issues of Contemporary Art (lecture) 85: 2-26 12
Current Trends in Education (presentation) 93: 2-4 10
Curris, Constantine 93: 11-11 1
Curro, Paul
         82: 4-15 1
         93: 4-15 6 (P)
         94: 4-14 2; 4-21 1 (P), 11
Curry, Adam 95: 10-26 2
-, Anthony 99: 11-04 1
-, Beverly (Bev)
         90: 8-30 11
         94: 3-31 2 (P)
         97: 4-17 12
         99: 4-15 2
-, Bill
         96: 11-7 7
         97: 10-16 3 LTE
         2000: 1-20 5; 2-3 5; 3-23 6
         2001: 1-25 1; 3-8 5
-, Gary
         73: 2-1 1
         74: 8-29 1; 9-12 3; 10-10 4; 10-24 3; 11-14 3
         75: 1-30 1; 3-20 6; 5-1 1; 7-17 4; 8-29 4; 9-11 1; 12-4 6
         76: 1-15 3; 3-4 8; 4-1 1; 9-2 4; 9-23 8; 10-7 6; 10-21 1; 11-4 5; 12-9 3, 6
         77: 1-13 1; 2-17 8; 2-24 3, 4; 3-17 3; 4-28 3; 9-1 1; 10-27 6; 12-8 11
         78: 4-13 1; 4-27 1; 9-21 1; 10-5 6; 10-12 1, 6; 11-2 1; 11-9 8; 12-7 1, 9
         79: 1-26 1 (P); 2-1 8; 2-15 4; 3-30 1
         81: 1-15 7
-, Jane 84: 8-30 27
-, Lana (Lanna)
         75: 8-29 3
         77: 9-1 6
-, Megan 2002: 10-10 7
-, Michaelia [sic] 78: 10-26 7
-, Terry 82: 11-11 6
-, Tom 79: 4-12 9
-, William 73: 3-22 6
Curtis, Alan 94: 1-27 12; 4-7 2 (P)
-, Carl T
          71: 4-20 12; 10-7 1; 10-14 1 (P), 3; 11-11 1
          72: 3-9 5; 4-27 5; 5-4 1; 10-19 3
          73: 4-3 2; 10-18 1
          74: 4-1 2
          80: 6-19 1
          87: 2-26 4 (P)
-, Dean
          79: 9-6 5
          80: 2-7 1; 3-27 1; 11-20 6, 7
          81: 3-5 1; 10-29 8
          82: 4-22 5 (P)
          84: 10-16 6
-, Dean 88: 4-28 8
-, Inger
          90: 11-15 11
          91: 5-2 1
          92: 9-24 12 (P); 10-29 4
          93: 4-15 2
-, Jeff 89: 2-16 8; 2-23 9; 3-2 8
-, Jennifer
          90: 4-19 4 (P)
          91: 11-7 4 (P)
-, Laurel 72: 2-3 1; 4-20 3 (P)
-, Neil 2001: 2-15 2 (P)
-, Pam (see also Curtiss) 80: 10-16 3
-, Steve (see also Curtiss) 74: 2-14 6
Curtis and Associates 87: 7-2 4
Curtiss, Charlene 99: 11-18 8 (P)
-, Dean 73: 11-1 6
-, James 85: 2-5 14
-, Pam (see also Curtis)
          80: 9-18 5
          82: 2-11 1
-, Patti
          74: 3-7 6; 9-19 4; 11-21 5
          75: 1-16 6; 1-23 6; 2-6 5; 2-13 7, 9; 3-6 6; 5-8 8; 8-29 12; 10-23 6; 12-4 8; 12-11 11; 12-
                  18 7
-, R D 73: 8-30 7
-, Steve (see also Curtis)
          73: 7-26 3; 11-29 6, 7
          74: 11-14 8; 11-21 6 (P); 12-19 4
          76: 1-15 6; 1-22 4, 5; 2-5 9; 2-12 8, 9; 2-19 6; 2-26 9; 3-4 7; 11-4 11; 11-18 6; 12-2 6
          77: 1-13 6; 1-20 8; 1-27 8; 3-3 5; 9-8 10
          78: 11-30 8
          80: 4-3 10; 4-17 8
Curtwright, Carol 72: 3-10 10
-, Georgenne 72: 4-27 1
-, Norman (Norm)
          71: 2-11 4; 2-18 5; 5-6 1
          72: 4-27 1
Cushing, Herbert L
          71: 9-30 1
          73: 4-26 5 (P); 7-19 7
          74: 3-28 1
          77: 10-6 10
          80: 6-19 1, 5
          82: 10-14 5
          83: 9-8 4 (P)
          86: 7-10 7
          88: 1-28 4; 2-4 7
          90: 3-1 1
          91: 7-3 12
          92: 4-30 1, 6
          93: 12-2 1
-, Matt 87: 3-5 2
Cushing Coliseum 72: 2-3 6
-, new floor surface for 74: 6-27 1
-, student use of
          71: 3-18 1
          75: 2-27 3
-, swimming pool in 73: 5-10 3
Cushing Health and Physical Education Recreation Facility (Cushing Coliseum)
          80: 7-3 7
          86: 9-18 4
          88: 2-4 7
          89: 1-26 1
          90: 6-14 6; 8-30 8
          91: 2-7 8
-, addition to
          82: 3-4 8
          85: 8-29 1
-, crowding in
          78: 12-7 4, 11
          80: 12-4 6
-, damage to floor of 76: 11-4 3
-, expansion of
          79: 1-11 1
          80: 11-6 3
-, hours of 78: 12-14 3
-, ID check on entering 87: 10-22 7, 8
-, last basketball game in 90: 2-22 9; 3-1 1, 5, 7
-, pool in 88: 7-21 7
-, proposed expansion of 87: 4-9 1; 5-7 1; 6-18 1; 8-27 1, 9
-, renovation of
          83: 11-10 9
          84: 4-26 9; 11-1 8, 22
          85: 2-5 4; 3-26 8
          86: 9-18 1
          87: 6-18 1; 11-5 1
-, scoreboards in 80: 12-4 9
-, student use of
          77: 2-24 10
          78: 2-2 6; 2-9 1; 9-21 1
Cusick, Bill
          84: 9-13 7
          85: 3-21 2
-, Connie (see also Cusik) 81: 10-1 1
-, Jennifer 94: 4-28 4 LTE
Cusido, Louis 77: 12-8 9
Cusik, Connie (see also Cusick) 84: 3-1 1 (P)
Custer, Brent
          95: 10-12 9
          96: 3-28 5; 4-4 7; 4-18 7; 10-24 8
-, Connie
          80: 8-28 3; 9-25 4; 9-25 Encounter 6; 10-9 6; 10-23 1; 10-23 Encounter 3; 11-6 6; 11-20
                  Encounter 5; 12-11 6; 12-11 Encounter 12
          81: 1-15 6; 2-5 4; 2-12 5; 4-30 1; 11-5 6; 11-12 7; 11-19 2 LTE, 8
          82: 2-18 9; 4-1 1; 4-15 5; 4-15 Accent 3, 4; 6-17 Supplement 2; 7-15 3; 7-29 1
-, George Armstrong 90: 4-12 10
Custer‟s Last Stand (battle) 90: 4-12 10
custodial maintenance 71: 2-25 5
custodial staff
          89: 11-16 10
          95: 10-12 4
Custom-Built Waterbeds of Kearney (business) 79: 10-11 4
Custom Car and Sport Exposition 74: 4-25 1
Custom Screen Print (business) 80: 1-17 4
„Customer Satisfaction is Worthless…Customer Loyalty is Priceless‟ 2001: 10-11 2
Cut-A-Thon 78: 2-9 6
Cutfyya, Waleed 94: 10-6 6
Cutler, Dale
          76: 3-25 8
          79: 9-6 5
-, Greg 94: 9-15 1
-, Jeanne
          90: 8-30 11
          93: 2-18 6
          94: 9-15 1
-, Lloyd 80: 9-18 7
„Cuts Like a Knife‟ (recording) 83: 4-28 2
Cuypers, Amy 93: 9-23 7
-, Charles T (Charlie)
          71: 2-18 1, 2 LTE; 3-4 1; 3-11 1; 3-25 5
          72: 3-10 11
-, Cherie 92: 2-6 7
cyberporn 98: 4-30 1
Cyborn, Aaron 2001: 1-18 5
Cyboron, Geoff (Geoffrey)
          96: 11-7 9
          97: 5-1 15 (P)
Cyburn, Geoff 96: 2-22 9
Cyclops Cycle Club of Kearney 71: 5-13 5; 9-16 3
cystic fibrosis
          79: 9-6 1
          96: 10-3 4
          98: 4-16 4
Cyza, Joanie 97: 12-11 2 (P)
-, Mary 95: 4-6 8; 4-13 4
Czaja, Rebecca 2001: 4-5 7
Czapenski, Linda
          71: 2-4 3; 3-18 8
          72: 1-20 6; 1-27 3; 2-10 6; 2-17 6; 2-24 6; 3-9 6; 4-13 6; 5-4 6
          73: 1-18 4; 2-22 6; 3-1 6; 4-26 6; 5-3 11; 5-10 2, 6, 7; 9-27 6; 12-20 5
          74: 1-17 7; 1-24 4; 2-7 9; 2-21 6; 2-28 4; 4-11 5; 4-25 6; 5-2 9; 5-9 6; 8-29 1
Czapla, Tom
          80: 5-1 4; 8-28 1
         81: 1-28 11; 2-5 3; 6-25 5
         82: 1-28 1
Czaplaw, Kelly 76: 4-23 7
Czaplewski, Brad 96: 3-14 6
-, Kelly 76: 3-18 7
-, Kris 73: 5-3 1
-, Linda 71: 3-11 6
-, Nicholas (Nick)
         71: 4-29 3
         72: 4-13 5; 7-13 3; 9-21 6
         73: 9-13 8
         74: 10-3 3
-, Russ
         84: 10-18 5 LTE
         85: 2-26 3 LTE; 4-25 2
Czarnick, Jean 85: 10-23 2 (P)
Czech-American Experience see „The Czech-American Experience‟ (article)
Czech Republic
         98: 11-5 6
         2002: 10-31 1
Czech Trio (group)
         75: 3-13 1; 4-17 1
         76: 3-4 5; 3-25 3
Czechs in Nebraska 94: 2-3 2

D

D&C Productions 2001: 11-29 8
D C Talk (group) 95: 10-12 1 (P)
D H Enterprises (performers) 75: 11-20 5
Daake, Adam 2002: 1-31 4
-, Angie 95: 4-6 12
-, Darren 80: 10-9 3
-, Cindy 94: 11-10 10
-, Greg (Gregory)
         93: 9-16 7
         95: 4-6 8; 4-13 8
         96: 3-14 6
         97: 2-27 7
-, Mary
         71: 3-18 1 (P); 3-25 5
         78: 3-8 12
         89: 10-19 1
         90: 2-8 1; 2-15 2; 2-22 4; 3-29 4; 4-5 4, 5; 4-19 9; 8-30 11
         91: 9-12 11; 9-19 4
         92: 1-30 12; 9-3 1; 9-17 11; 9-24 5; 10-1 11
         93: 4-8 4; 10-14 1; 10-28 10; 11-11 11
         99: 10-28 9
         2000: 3-23 4
         2002: 1-31 8; 9-19 7
-, Monica 77: 12-8 8
-, Scott 89: 3-16 1 (P)
Daane, Diane 84: 9-25 3
„Daddy‟s Gone A Hunting‟ (film) 72: 3-16 4
Dadey, Edward (see also Dady)
         82: 9-16 1
           83: 11-17 3
           97: 3-6 1, 10
-, Edwin (Ed)
           71: 1-14 3; 4-29 4; 9-9 1
-, Jane 86: 11-6 6
Dady, Ed (see also Dadey) 82: 11-18 5
-, Harmon 87: 9-10 10
-, Judy 87: 9-10 10
Daedalus Productions (impresarios) 88: 2-25 2
Daemon, Edward 93: 1-21 12
„Daffodil Days‟ (event) 97: 2-20 2
Daffy (brand) 91: 5-2 4
Daffy Waterwear (brand name) 90: 5-3 5
Dage, Susan (Susy) 71: 2-18 5; 3-18 1; 5-6 1; 5-13 1
Dagucon, John 74: 7-26 3
Dahl, Eric 93: 9-16 1
-, Jacquelynn 2002: 4-25 8
-, Jill 88: 2-18 2
-, Lesley (Leslie)
           89: 7-13 7; 9-14 8; 9-28 9; 10-5 7; 11-2 7
           90: 2-1 7; 2-8 9; 2-15 9; 2-22 8; 3-1 8; 3-8 7; 9-6 7; 9-13 9; 9-20 9; 9-27 8; 10-4 9; 10-11
                   9; 10-25 7; 11-8 7
           91: 1-17 7; 1-24 8; 1-31 10; 2-7 9; 2-14 8; 2-21 8; 4-4 7; 4-11 7; 4-18 7; 8-29 7; 9-12 7; 9-
                   19 7; 10-10 7, 9
           92: 9-3 8; 9-24 9
           93: 2-4 7; 2-18 7; 2-25 8
-, Nelson E 86: 7-24 3 LTE
Dahlbeck, Scott 81: 3-5 8
Dahlerup, Pat 77: 3-17 1
Dahlgren, George 82: 4-22 1
-, Mindy
           90: 1-18 10
           91: 11-21 16; 12-5 16; 12-13 14
Dahlin, Dale
           72: 11-16 6
           75: 10-23 5
           77: 4-7 6
-, Donald (Don)
           72: 2-10 3
           73: 9-27 3
           80: 12-11 8
           89: 5-4 13
Dahlke, Dean 71: 10-7 1
-, Mark
           86: 11-6 2
           88: 1-21 6
           90: 10-11 1 (P)
-, Scott
           84: 3-23 1; 4-5 1
           85: 2-19 8 (P); 3-21 2; 4-2 1
-, Teresa 99: 10-28 1
Dahlkoetter, Tracy
           93: 11-18 10
           95: 3-16 10
Dahlman, Vern 84: 8-30 11
Dahlmann, Taffy (see also Dallmann) 91: 9-12 6
Dahlquist, Catherine 74: 10-24 1; 11-14 1
Dahlstedt, Kevin 75: 10-17 8
Dahlstrom, Bud 71: 2-4 3
Dahm, Dustin 93: 8-26 8
Dahms, Vicki
         72: 10-12 5 (P); 11-9 4
         75: 3-6 3; 3-13 1; 3-20 1
Daigger, Betty 90: 9-27 13 (P)
Daigh, Eric 98: 1-22 4
-, Jodi 2002: 9-5 1; 9-12 1; 9-19 9; 9-26 1; 10-3 4; 10-10 8; 10-17 1; 11-7 1; 11-14 1; 11-21 9; 12-
         5 7; 12-12 12
Dail, Courtney 2001: 9-27 9
Dailey, Debbie (see also Daily)
         82: 11-11 3
         83: 2-17 4 (P); 4-28 5; 11-17 7
         84: 2-16 8; 4-5 3; 4-26 4 (P); 6-28 4; 9-20 5
-, Dianne 85: 1-22 8
-, Jason
         2000: 3-30 9; 4-6 9
         2001: 2-15 6; 4-12 5, 6; 4-26 8
-, Kelly 72: 5-4 5
-, Mari 72: 4-6 3; 4-29 1, 3; 5-6 6
-, Mary 71: 3-4 5; 4-29 2; 5-13 3
Daily, Becky 84: 2-2 1
-, Darwin 77: 2-17 5
-, Deb (see also Dailey) 83: 9-8 10
-, Kathy
         72: 4-27 3
         73: 3-29 10
-, Megan 98: 9-24 1 (P)
Daily Nebraskan (publicatin) 92: 3-12 1
Daire, Sherri 85: 11-7 3 LTE
Dais, Glenn 81: Spring 1981 Encounter 14
Daisley, Becky 76: 2-5 3; 9-29 3
Dake, R J
         82: 7-1 7
         83: 1-20 6 (P); 1-27 5 (P); 9-1 6; 10-6 7 (P)
Dakm, Florence 80: 9-18 6
Daktronics All-West Region Team 2002: 12-12 4
Dale, Barbara (Barb) 80: 10-2 3; 11-13 4
-, Deneen 93: 9-23 11
-, John F 79: 7-26 1
-, Kevin 93: 1-21 5
Dale E Black Outstanding Young College Teacher Award 89: 11-9 4
Dalek,Chris 86: 9-18 4
Dales, Debbie (Deb)
         71: 4-1 4; 5-13 4; 5-20 5; 9-16 1
         72: 9-28 10; 11-2 1
Daley, Carol (see also Daly) 89: 9-28 8
-, Matt 2001: 12-6 2 (P)
-, Shawn 76: 10-7 4 (P)
-, Tony
         94: 8-25 8; 9-29- 7; 11-10 8
         95: 8-24 8; 9-21 10; 10-19 7
         96: 8-29 10; 9-12 9; 10-17 5; 12-12 6
         97: 2-13 6
-, Troy 95: 4-6 7
Dallakoti, Hari Krishna
         90: 11-20 1
         91: 3-7 2
         92: 2-20 1
         94: 1-27 6 (P)
         2001: 11-8 9
-, Rite 94: 1-27 6 (P)
Dallas, study trip to 78: 2-16 1
Dallas Brass (band) 88: 9-22 2
Dallas Theater Center 77: 3-31 1
Dallmann, Taffy (see also Dahlmann)
         90: 9-13 13; 9-27 11; 10-11 4, 6, 13; 10-25 4; 11-1 11; 11-8 10; 11-15 12; 11-20 1; 12-
                  13 6
         91: 4-4 6, 12; 4-11 11; 4-18 6
Dalrymple, Wally
         83: 10-13 12
         84: 10-9 5; 10-11 13; 10-16 7; 10-23 9, 12; 11-6 9; 12-6 26
         85: 2-7 17; 3-26 5; 8-29 13; 9-19 7; 10-3 8; 12-5 12
Dalton, Aaron
         2001: 2-15 2; 11-15 5; 11-29 5; 12-13 8
         2002: 11-7 5; 11-14 4; 12-12 4 (P), 5
-, Don 73: 6-21 1; 6-28 1
-, Michael (Mike)
         83: 9-8 5
         87: 7-23 8; 11-5 7; 11-12 9
         88: 9-8 9
         89: 10-12 6, 8; 11-2 8
         91: 8-29 9
-, Rod 71: 1-7 1; 1-14 1
Daly, Carol (see also Daley)
         90: 1-25 4 (P)
         91: 10-24 2 (P)
-, Carson 2000: 11-2 8
-, Jackie 85: 2-19 12
-, Ronald
         76: 4-1 6; 4-15 1
         77: 4-28 1
-, Tim
         93: 11-11 10
         94: 11-10 10
         95: 2-16 1; 11-2 4
         96: 9-19 10 (P)
Dam, Dwight 74: 1-17 1
Damascus Road Church 2000: 12-11 2
Dambrosia, Tony 98: 10-8 1
Damian, Jeff 89: 2-23 10 (P)
-, Jesse 90: 4-26 10 (P)
Damico, Charles 74: 3-21 1
„Damien: Omen II‟ (film) 87: 4-9 2
„Damien, the Omen II‟ (film) 84: 12-11 2; 12-13 2
Damien the Rat (laboratory animal) 90: 4-12 10 (P)
Damme, Donald (Don)
         93: 12-9 2
         95: 2-9 1,4; 2-23 2 (P); 3-9 3 LTE
         96: 2-8 1; 2-15 1 (P), 4 (P), 6, 10; 2-29 1
-, Tony 90: 9-27 10
„Damn Yankees‟ (play) 80: 2-14 3; 2-21 3
Damon, John
         2001: 11-15 4
         2002: 4-25 9; 12-5 1 (P), 8
Damratowski, Randy 80: 3-13 1
-, Sheri 97: 3-20 1
Damrow, Deborah (Deb, Debbie)
         74: 10-17 4; 11-6 5; 11-21 1; 12-12 3
         75: 2-20 3; 3-13 5, 8; 4-10 2 LTE; 4-24 5; 5-1 5; 7-10 1; 9-5 8; 9-25 6; 11-6 3; 11-20 2
                 LTE
         76: 2-5 3; 2-26 3
Dan, England 76: 10-21 1, 3
Danburg, Bryan (Brian)
         88: 9-15 11; 9-22 7; 10-6 7; 10-12 8; 10-27 10; 11-10 8
         90: 3-1 8; 4-5 7; 4-12 7; 4-19 8; 4-26 8; 9-6 7; 9-13 8; 9-20 9; 10-4 9; 1-011 8 (P), 9; 10-
                 25 7; 11-1 9 (P); 11-8 7; 11-20 7
         91: 2-7 9; 2-14 8; 4-25 7; 8-29 7
         92: 1-23 7; 2-6 7; 2-27 7; 9-3 7; 10-22 7; 10-29 7; 11-12 7
-, Steve 86: 9-5 8; 9-18 8
-, Stewart (Stew)
         86: 10-9 7; 11-6 8; 11-13 5
         87: 11-5 7; 11-12 7; 11-19 7 (P); 12-10 8
         88: 1-14 8; 1-21 8; 1-28 8; 2-4 11, 12; 8-25 8; 9-22 7; 9-29 7; 10-12 8; 10-27 10; 11-10 8;
                 11-17 8; 12-1 7
         89: 1-26 7; 3-2 7 (P); 5-4 9; 9-7 9; 9-21 8; 10-5 7, 9 (P); 11-9 8; 11-16 7; 11-30 8; 12-7 7
         90: 3-1 8; 4-5 7 (P); 4-26 8
dance 78: 1-19 1
Dance ‟80 (show) 80: 4-24 3
Dance Band
         84: 3-1 3
Dance Club
         82: 11-18 1; 12-9 1
         83: 2-10 1; 4-21 1; 4-28 1; 11-10 1; 11-17 1; 12-8 1
dance concert 87: 3-5 2
dance contest 77: 3-17 7
Dance Ensemble 2002: 5-2 2
„Dance Improvisation‟ (class) 78: 11-30 1
Dance Team
         90: 12-6 12
         91: 10-3 1; 10-10 1; 11-7 1; 11-21 15
         92: 10-1 13
         93: 3-18 5; 10-14 5; 11-4 2
         95: 8-24 14; 8-31 13
         97: 10-2 7; 10-9 3
         98: 4-30 7
         2000: 12-7 8
         2001: 11-1 6
Dance Touring Program 77: 9-8 1
Dance-A-Thon see Muscular Dystrophy Dance-A-Thon
Dancer, Pat 72: 1-13 3
„Dancers Wanted‟ (play) 82: 3-18 1; 3-25 6
„Dances With Wolves‟ (film)
         90: 12-6 19; 12-13 4
         91: 7-18 4
         92: 2-6 2
         97: 11-6 1
„Dancing‟ (minicourse) 74: 1-31 3; 2-7 3
Dancing Leaf Earth Lodge 89: 7-13 5
Dand, David D 97: 10-23 4
„Dandelion Wine‟ (play) 83: 4-28 1; 5-5 1
Dando, Evan 94: 1-20 9
Dane, Nevin 95: 11-2
-, Robert 88: 4-18 8
Dane (band) 2002: 11-14 6
Danek, Julie 89: 2-16 9
-, Wendy 2000: 3-23 4
Danforth, Donald 79: 8-30 3
-, William H 79: 8-30 3
Danforth Foundation
         78: 10-5 6
         79: 8-30 3
Danforth Graduate Fellowships
         78: 10-4 6
         79: 8-30 3
Dangerfield, Danita G
         78: 10-5 12; 10-12 3
         79: 3-1 5 (P), 9; 3-15 1; 6-14 1; 7-26 1; 12-6 1
         84: 2-23 1
Danial, Edward 85; 8-29 3
-, Jack 98: 12-10 1
Daniel, Lee
         75: 8-29 3
         76: 3-4 2
         77: 9-1 8
-, Linda 88; 4-28 8
-, Michael 83: 2-3 5
Daniels, Darlene 71: 6-24 3
-, Morgan 94: 1-20 12
Danielson, Brian 73: 3-8 1; 4-26 4; 5-3 1; 11-29 8
-, Diane 79: 11-8 9
-, Janet 87: 9-10 6; 10-1 4
-, Sue
         78: 1-26 1; 4-6 8; 4-20 8; 7-20 8; 11-9 12
         79: 3-15 11; 4-5 13; 5-3 13
-, Todd 91: 3-28 2 (P)
Danita Dangerfield Memorial Award
         79: 10-4 1; 11-29 11; 12-6 1
         81: 9-3 1
Danko, Caroline 2001: 9-27 2
Dannehl, Lorrie 75: 3-13 4
Dannelly, Dennis
         73: 10-11 7
         74: 8-29 7
-, Josh (Joshua)
         98: 1-29 10; 3-12 2 (P)
         2001: 2-1 1
Danner, Aaron 2000: 2-10 5
Dan‟s Den Liquors (business) 84: 2-23 6
„Dante, Tennyson, Springsteen: The Politics of Intertextuality‟ (lecture) 90: 11-1 12
Danube, Tim
         93: 9-2 10 (P); 10-28 10; 11-4 10; 11-18 2; 12-2 9
         94: 1-20 1; 1-27 1; 4-14 6; 10-6 10 (P)
         95: 2-2 4; 2-16 1; 3-2 1; 4-6 1; 9-21 6; 11-2 1 (P)
         96: 1-18 4; 2-2 1; 2-22 1; 3-14 1; 9-12 6, 12; 9-19 7; 9-26 2, 10; 10-24 2; 11-7 9; 12-5 1
         97: 1-30 10; 2-6 10; 4-3 5, 8; 9-25 4; 10-16 1
         98: 1-22 1; 2-26 4; 3-12 1; 4-2 1; 9-3 5; 9-17 6
         99: 1-28 4; 2-25 1; 4-1 6; 9-2 7; 9-16 7
         2000: 2-3 1; 2-24 6; 11-2 6; 11-9 1, 6
         2001: 11-15 2; 12-6 8
         2002: 3-7 8; 9-26 1, 10; 10-3 4
Danz, Steve
         76: 3-4 8
         80: 1-17 4; 12-11 5
„Danzon‟ (film) 95: 9-21 12
Dao, Ngoc (Ngok)
         93: 2-11 7; 2-18 7; 4-22 7
         94: 4-7 2; 4-14 8; 4-28 9
Darbro, Darlene Wells 74: 2-21 4; 3-7 2
Darby, Bette 73: 4-3 8
D‟Arcy Advertising 2001: 11-8 2
Darkhoarse (boat) 78: 2-23 4
Darling, Bev 84: 9-18 10; 9-27 9; 10-2 12
-, Gary 96: 4-25 16 (P)
-, Gerald 84: 3-29 1
-, J N „Ding‟ 81: 10-29 1
-, Lowell 74: 10-3 1; 10-10 1 (P)
-, Ruth 72: 11-2 3
Darne, Daniel
         74: 10-3 4 (P)
         75: 5-8 2 LTE
Darnel, Marlin 75: 4-10 6; 11-13 3
Darr, Chris 96: 11-14 9
-, Stephanie 94: 12-8 14
Dart, Carol 80: 3-27 4 (P)
-, John
         82: 9-23 7
         83: 3-17 4; 9-8 10; 11-17 7 (P)
         84: 9-13 13; 12-6 9; 12-13 17 (P)
-, Lucas
         95: 4-13 2
         97: 2-20 3 LTE; 3-20 8; 12-11 1
         2002: 10-3 8
-, M S 78: 7-27 2 LTE
-, Martin Stanley (L Stanley, M Stanley, Stan, Stanley M)
         71: 3-4 3; 4-20 11; 5-6 4; 7-1 2; 10-28 1; 11-11 2 LTE; 12-2 3; 12-9 1
         72: 3-9 1 (P); 3-10 2; 4-13 3; 6-22 1, 3; 8-31 7; 9-7 2 LTE; 9-14 2 LTE; 9-21 1; 9-28 7; 10-
                  12 7 (P); 10-19 3; 11-16 1
         73: 1-18 3; 2-15 1, 6; 3-1 1; 3-8 5; 4-3 2; 4-12 1, 6; 4-19 2 LTE; 6-28 7; 8-30 8; 9-20 5
         74: 3-28 6; 7-18 1; 8-29 5; 10-3 6; 11-14 1, 5; 12-5 3; 12-19 1
         75: 1-16 1; 5-1 5; 6-26 8; 11-13 10
         76: 2-5 4; 11-18 5
         77: 2-10 8; 2-24 2; 5-5 6; 9-8 8B; 11-10 8
         78: 1-12 4; 2-2 4; 2-23 3
         79: 1-11 4; 3-1 2 LTE; 3-22 3; 3-29 10; 4-5 4; 5-3 1, 7; 9-6 3; 11-1 3 (P); 11-29 Encounter
                  2
         80: 2-7 1; 3-27 4 (P); 4-17 1; 4-24 6; 7-3 1; 9-4 1; 11-13 6 (P); 12-4 4; 12- 11 1, 8
         81: 1-15 5; 5-7 1; 6-25 5; 7-16 1; 9-10 8; 12-3 1
         82: 4-22 1; 6-24 3; 9-30 6, 8; 12-2 4
         83: 2-3 4; 9-8 3; 9-15 2, 4; 9-22 2; 10-6 2 (P); 10-20 2 (P); 11-10 2 (P); 12-2 2 (P)
         84: 2-2 2 (P); 2-16 2 (P); 2-23 3; 3-1 2 (P), 6; 3-23 2 (P); 4-5 2 (P), 3; 4-26 2; 5-3 1; 6-21
                  5; 6-28 4; 9-6 2; 9-13 4 (P); 9-18 4; 9-27 11 (P); 10-11 5 (P); 10-23 19 (P); 11-8
                  13 (P); 11-13 6 LTE; 11-29 17 (P); 12-6 6; 12-13 15 (P)
         85: 1-22 1; 2-7 11 (P); 2-12 13; 2-14 3; 2-19 3 (P); 2-28 1; 3-21 13 (P); 3- 26 8; 4-11 11
                  (P); 4-18 3; 4-23 3 LTE; 5-2 5 (P); 8-29 1, 7 (P); 9-5 1, 3 (P); 9-19 3 (P); 9-26 1;
                  10-3 3 (P); 10-17 3 (P); 11-7 3 (P); 11-14 4; 12-12 1, 3 (P)
         86: 1-23 3 (P); 2-6 3 (P); 2-20 3 (P); 3-7 3 (P); 4-3 3 (P); 4-17 3 (P); 5-1 3 (P); 7-10 1; 10-
                  2 3 (P); 11-6 3 (P); 11-20 1; 12-11 3 (P)
         87: 1-29 1, 2; 2-12 1; 3-26 2; 4-9 2, 6; 5-7 3 LTE; 6-25 8; 7-9 8; 8-27 3; 9-10 1; 9-24 3, 6;
                  10-29 3 (P); 11-12 1; 12-10 1, 3 (P)
         88: 1-21 1; 1-28 3 (P); 2-4 2; 2-11 2; 2-25 3 (P); 4-14 3 (P); 7-14 1; 9-8 1; 9-22 3 LTE; 10-
                  12 1, 4; 11-10 1
         89: 1-12 4; 2-9 1; 3-2 10; 3-16 12; 4-13 1; 9-14 1; 10-12 12; 11-9 1
         90: 2-8 8 (P); 2-15 8; 2-22 6; 11-20 6
         91: 2-14 4
         92: 3-5 9; 9-24 2
         93: 2-11 12; 2-18 12; 3-4 10
         94: 2-10 2; 3-3 1; 9-1 6; 9-15 9; 11-10 1
         95: 3-9 1; 8-31 2
         96: 2-8 4
         97: 2-6 4 LTE; 3-6 2
         98: 1-15 2; 1-22 2; 1-29 2; 2-5 2; 2-12 2; 2-19 2; 2-26 2; 3-5 2; 9-10 10
         99: 2-11 2
         2001: 2-15 1; 11-8 7
         2002: 1-31 2; 11-21 8
dart boards, requirement to register dorm room 88: 4-7 11
Dartman, Kay 90: 5-3 12
Darveau, Cassie (Cassondra)
         2001: 3-29 2
         2002: 4-11 1; 11-14 8
-, Scott
         97: 9-4 6
         2002: 9-19 7; 9-26 2
Darvels, Aaron 97: 12-11 13
Darville, Lancia 2002: 4-11 2; 4-18 8; 10-10 7
Darwin Awards 2000: 1-27 3
„Das Boot‟ (film)
         84: 4-5 3
         95: 9-21 12; 9-28 2; 10-5 7
Dasenbrock, Jolene 73: 5-3 1
-, Wilbur 80: 9-11 5
Data Designers (business) 93: 4-8 4
Data Processing Center 76: 9-23 4 (begun in 1962)
data processing department 71: 9-23 1
Data Processing Management Association 92: 10-1 14
Datamatch 97: 2-20 5
Date Auction 96: 3-14 9
date rape
         87: 7-2 2
         91: 4-25 6
         98: 10-15 9
         2002: 1-24 1
date rape prevention, teleconference on 89: 2-2 1
Datel, Deborah (Deb)
          92: 9-17 4, 15; 9-24 6; 10-1 11, 12; 10-8 1; 10-22 11, 13; 10-29 5; 11-5 4, 6; 11-12 1; 11-
                   18 1
          93: 1-21 3, 5, 6; 1-28 3, 5; 2-4 3, 5; 2-11 3; 2-18 3; 2-25 3; 3-4 3; 3-11 3; 3-18 3; 4-1 3, 5
                   (P); 4-8 3; 4-15 3, 5; 4-22 3; 4-29 3, 5; 8-26 1, 3, 4; 9-2 1, 3; 9-16 3; 9-23 3; 9-30
                   3; 10-7 3, 14; 10-14 3; 10-21 3; 10-28 3; 11-4 3; 11-11 3; 11-18 3; 12-2 3; 12-9 6
dating 89: 3-16 4
-, interracial 89: 2-16 4
Dating Game, sponsorship by Centennial Towers West of 87: 2-12 5
Daub, Cindy 88: 2-25 1 (P)
-, Hal
          84: 9-25 1
          85: 2-14 8; 4-30 1 (P)
          87: 5-7 1 (P); 6-18 7; 7-23 7 (P); 9-10 5
          88: 2-11 1; 2-25 1; 3-24 3
          90: 10-25 14; 11-1 1; 11-8 1
          92: 2-27 9
Daubber, Cris 82: 10-14 11
Dauber, Sue 76: 1-22 6; 2-12 1, 5; 4-8 Spring 9; 4-29 7; 5-6 6, 7
Daubert, Mike
          91: 5-2 4; 10-17 1
          92: 1-23 1; 3-19 6
Dauel, Dayna 90: 10-25 12
Daugherty, A C 71: 4-20 12
-, Carolyn
          89: 11-2 6
          92: 10-22 14
-, Dale 74: 2-7 7
-, Don
          76: 9-2 15
          77: 2-10 10
-, Duffy 74: 4-11 6
-, Michael 74: 1-17 4
-, Wayne
          89: 9-14 18
          91: 1-24 1
Daughters of the Golden Heart
          73: 5-3 4
          86: 10-30 2
          87: 9-24 1
Daun, Terry 89: 4-6 9
Dauner, Alison 2000: 1-27 10; 11-30 2 (P)
Daup, Kathy 73: 5-3 8
Daveline, John (Jon)
          73: 1-25 1
          74: 1-17 5; 4-1 2
          75: 2-20 1
          77: 5-5 7
Davenport, Bob 72: 7-13 8
-, Charles R 71: 4-20 9 (P), 11, 12
-, Dan
          72: 10-26 1
          74: 2-14 3
-, Joe 79: 7-19 5
-, Linda 76: 11-11 4
-, Matthew 2001: 3-29 2
Dave‟s Body Shop (business) 2002: 9-19 4
Dave‟s Pawn Shop (business) 96: 11-21 1
Davey, Mary
          71: 1-7 5; 2-18 5; 3-18 1; 7-1 1 (P); 7-8 1; 9-16 2, 6; 10-14 1; 10-28 3; 11-4 4; 11-18 1 (P)
          72: 1-13 3; 2-3 3; 3-2 1
-, Matt 2002: 2-7 2
-, Sandra 76: 11-11 1
David, Chris 82: 2-4 5
-, Deon 2002: 2-7 5
-, Jeff 76: 11-11 1
-, Mac 73: 9-27 9
-, Mike 81: 4-2 3 (P)
-, Teresa 75: 9-18 5
David Livingston Miss Foundation Concert 73: 10-4 8
David Syrotiak‟s National Marionette Theater 77: 4-21 4
Davidshofer, Ilene 71: 3-25 2; 4-1 3 (P)
Davidson, Denise 82: 9-9 10; 9-23 9; 10-7 9
-, Diane
          79: 9-6 11; 9-27 13
          80: 3-13 8; 8-28 12; 9-11 11; 9-25 11; 10-9 9; 10-23 8; 11-6 10 (P)
          81: 9-3 10; 9-17 8; 10-1 9 (P), 10; 10-22 9; 11-12 8
          82: 3-25 7; 4-1 6 (P); 9-9 10; 9-16 10 (P); 9-23 11 (P); 9-30 11 (P); 10-7 9; 10-14 11; 10-
                  28 9 (P); 11-11 9, 10; 11-24 5
          83: 3-3 8; 4-14 7; 4-21 8; 4-28 8; 5-5 8
-, Ed 73: 10-4 3
-, Ed 82: 11-18 1
-, Erin 97: 1-23 7; 2-6 7
-, J O
          73: 11-29 2 LTE
          75: 11-20 2 LTE
-, Jim
          76: 4-23 4
          78: 11-30 7
-, Mary 76: 6-24 8
-, Patty 89: 11-16 2
-, Peggy 72: 3-10 2
-, Vickie
          76: 10-7 8
          77: 1-20 9; 9-1 11
Davidson‟s Jewelry (business)
          87: 2-26 10
          88: 2-11 5
          91: 4-4 6
          92: 2-13 1
Davies, B J
          72: 9-14 1; 9-21 1
          73: 5-3 8
-, Barbara
          71: 5-13 4; 9-23 4; 10-7 4
          72: 1-13 3
-, Charles (Charlie)
          82: 4-15 1; 4-22 3; 6-24 8
          83: 4-28 5; 7-21 1
          88: 9-8 15
          89: 6-29 1; 7-20 6; 7-27 4; 9-14 2; 10-12 10
          90: 1-18 4; 2-1 11; 4-5 9; 7-26 5; 9-27 11; 10-11 2
          91: 7-18 4, 5; 9-26 1
         92: 8-27 5; 11-18 11
         93: 2-11 5; 12-2 2
         97: 9-4 10
         98: 4-30 4
         99: 9-2 1
-, Chris 99: 9-2 1
-, Kris 98: 4-30 4
-, Kristeen 97: 9-4 1
Davis, Adrienne 96: 4-18 2 (P)
-, Akil
         2001: 9-20 5; 10-18 6
         2002: 9-12 5; 10-3 6; 10-10 5; 10-17 5; 11-21 5
-, Anthony J 2000: 3-30 3 LTE
-, Ashley 97: 9-11 7
-, Bill
         74: 2-14 4
         75: 4-17 8
         86: 12-4 9 (P)
         87: 2-26 2; 3-5 9; 3-26 2; 4-2 2; 4-16 2; 7-9 1; 9-17 1, 5; 9-24 2; 10-8 2; 10-22 12; 11-19 1
         88: 3-24 6; 4-7 1; 5-5 4; 7-21 2; 8-25 1, 2; 9-15 6; 9-22 2; 9-29 6; 10-12 1; 10-27 11; 11-3
                  2, 9; 12-1 1, 2, 13
         89: 1-19 1, 4; 9-28 1, 2; 10-5 2; 11-2 1
         90: 1-18 1, 2; 2-1 4; 2-15 2; 3-1 2; 4-19 1; 9-13 14; 9-20 11; 9-27 1; 10-25 5; 11-15 1; 11-
                  20 1; 12-6 1, 4
         91: 2-7 1; 2-14 1; 3-7 10; 3-28 5, 6; 4-4 1; 4-18 1; 7-3 2; 8-29 12; 9-12 1, 6; 9-19 1; 10-31
                  11; 12-5 1
         92: 1-23 1; 2-6 1; 2-13 1; 3-5 1; 3-19 2, 6; 4-9 9; 8-27 10; 9-3 1; 9-24 1, 4; 10-1 1; 10-8 1;
                  10-15 6, 14; 10-22 1; 10-29 11; 11-5 4
         93: 1-28 11; 2-4 1, 2; 2-18 6; 2-25 1; 3-11 1; 3-18 1; 4-1 12; 4-15 3 LTE; 9-2 10; 9-16 2;
                  9-23 11; 9-30 1; 10-7 1, 6, 14; 10-21 2 (P); 11-4 1, 9; 11-11 1, 2, 11, 12 (P); 11-
                  18 2; 12-2 2
         94: 2-10 4; 3-3 1; 3-31 10; 9-1 1; 10-27 4; 11-10 6; 11-17 1
         95: 2-2 10; 8-24 9; 9-28 1, 10; 10-5 1; 11-16 1; 12-7 1
         96: 1-18 6; 2-2 10; 2-8 7; 2-22 6; 2-29 3; 3-7 10; 3-14 4, 12; 8-29 1, 12; 9-12 12; 9-19 1;
                  10-10 1; 11-14 1, 3 LTE; 11-21 7, 12
         97: 1-30 1; 2-6 1, 10, 11; 2-13 1, 2; 2-27 1; 3-6 1; 3-13 1; 3-20 4 (P); 5-1 1; 9-11 1; 9-18
                  4, 9; 11-6 1; 12-4 4
         98: 3-12 1; 4-9 2; 4-16 2; 4-23 2; 4-30 2; 9-24 5; 10-15 9; 11-5 1; 11-12 1, 5; 12-10 7
         99: 1-28 1; 2-4 1, 7; 3-11 1, 2; 3-25 1; 4-1 1, 6; 4-15 1, 7; 4-22 1; 9-2 1; 10-7 1; 10-28 9;
                  11-4 1, 4; 11-11 1
         2000: 3-2 1, 3 LTE 4, 7; 3-30 1, 5; 4-13 8; 4-20 1, 5; 10-5 1; 11-9 1; 11-30 1; 12-11 2, 4
         2001: 2-1 7; 2-15 1; 3-29 1; 4-5 8; 4-19 1, 7; 9-13 11; 9-20 1; 11-8 1; 11-15 7; 12-6 1
         2002: 1-24 2; 2-21 2; 2-28 8
-, Bruce 96: 9-19 11
-, Camille
         87: 1-22 12; 2-19 2 (P)
         90: 5-3 1
-, Carissa 2000: 10-12 3 (LTE)
-, Cathy (Cathie) 72: 3-23 5; 9-21 6
-, Charles
         89: 6-29 4 (P)
         94: 4-28 6
-, Christopher (Chris)
         97: 12-11 1 (P)
         2000: 2-3 2 (P); 10-12 2
-, Dan 81: 4-30 1
-, Daniel
          2000: 2-17 3 LTE
          2002: 4-11 2
-, Danielle 98: 1-29 1; 2-5 1; 2-12 1; 2-19 1; 2-26 8; 3-12 4; 3-19 4; 4-2 4; 4-9 4; 4-16 1; 4-23 10;
          4-30 4
-, Dean
          73: 7-12 1 (P); 8-30 3, 5 (P); 9-6 7; 9-13 5; 9-20 1; 10-11 8; 10-18 1; 10-25 3; 11-1 4; 11-
                   7 1; 11-29 1; 12-20 3
          74: 1-31 3; 2-7 1; 2-28 1 (P)
          75: 9-5 7
          76: 4-8 4; 4-8 Spring 9
-, Dick
          81: 9-24 4
          96: 3-28 8
-, Don
          76: 10-14 6
          91: 11-21 13 (P)
-, Donelle 74: 12-5 3 (P)
-, Gary
          90: 8-30 11; 9-27 1
          91: 9-19 1
          92: 9-24 4
          93: 9-16 8; 9-23 1
          94: 2-17 2; 9-29 1; 11-10 10
          95: 2-2 12; 11-2 1; 11-30 2
          96: 8-29 1; 11-7 2
          97: 9-11 7; 9-25 4; 10-2 4; 11-20 2
          98: 4-30 8 (P)12-10 8
          99: 4-22 2; 12-9 12
          2000: 12-7-2000 9
          2001: 3-8 7; 10-4 1, 7; 11-15 8; 12-13 2
          2002: 12-5 2; 12-12 6
- -, kissing of pig by 96: 4-25 16 (P)
-, Glenn (Glen)
          80: 10-2 1, 7; 10-9 1, 10; 10-16 5; 10-23 7; 11-6 10; 12-4 9; 12-11 Encounter 9
          81: 1-22 4, 11; 1-29 7; 2-12 1, 8; 3-5 9; 10-1 9, 10
-, Greg 2002: 10-10 5, 6
-, Harold 73: 7-19 4; 8-30 3
-, Helen 75: 4-10 3
-, J J 90: 12-13 3 LTE
-, Jacqueline (Jackie)
          71: 2-18 8; 4-1 6
          74: 7-26 7
-, James
          73: 9-13 8; 11-7 5
          74: 3-28 3
-, Janeene 71: 3-18 1; 9-23 4; 10-7 4
-, Janell 90: 7-19 8
-, Janelle 86: 2-13 2
-, Jeanne 71: 5-13 4
-, Jeff
          80: 2-28 1
          2000: 4-27 8
-, Jenny 92: 9-14 16
-, John Glenn 81: 4-30 8; 5-7 8; 9-10 9, 10; 9-17 8, 9, 10; 9-24 8, 9; 10-8 5, 10; 10-22 10; 10-29
          10, 11; 11-5 8; 11-12 8; 11-19 9
-, Jon 92: 3-12 6
-, Judith (Judy) 77: 4-28 6; 5-5 3; 10-20 1
-, Justin 2000: 3-9 2 (P); 9-21 2 (P)
-, Kathy (Kathie) 71: 2-18 5; 3-18 1, 7
-, Kelly
          79: 11-1 4
          81: 9-10 1
-, Kevin
          84: 3-23 6 (P); 4-26 3; 5-3 3
          85: 4-30 1 (P)
          2001: 9-13 9
-, Laura
          76: 10-7 8; 11-11 7
          77: 1-20 9; 9-1 11; 11-10 10
          78: 2-9 8; 10-26 11; 11-9 11; 11-16 11
          79: 1-11 10; 1-26 8; 2-1 14
-, Laurie 80: 9-11 1
-, Leoda
          71: 4-29 4
          72: 11-30 4
          73: 7-26 1; 9-13 8
          74: 7-18 2
-, Lonnie D
          73: 6-28 2 LTE
          75: 12-4 2 LTE
-, Lori 81: 6-18 87
-, Mac 73: 9-6 4 (P); 9-13 1; 9-27 1
-, Marilyn 73: 2-22 4
-, Martha 89: 10-12 6
-, Michael (Mike)
          78: 11-9 4
          80: 2-7 6; 9-18 5, 6; 10-16 3; 12-4 3
          81: 3-26 1 (P); 10-8 1; 10-22 3; 11-5 5 (P); 11-12 1; 12-3 6
          82: 2-11 1; 4-15 1; 4-22 3; 6-24 8; 11-11 3
          83: 4-21 1; 4-28 1, 5; 7-14 4; 7-21 1; 9-8 10; 10-20 5 (P); 11-17 7
          84: 2-16 8; 4-26 7
-, Mitch
          88: 1-28 9; 10-12 9
          89: 2-16 1 (P), 4 (P)
          90: 4-26 4; 11-8 6
-, Nancey 85; 8-29 3
-, Pat 81: 10-8 6
-, Phillip (Phil)
          91: 3-14 1
          96: 2-29 1; 9-19 7; 11-21 1
-, Reggie 97: 12-11 2 (P)
-, Renee (Renee Smith) 71: 9-16 2 (P); 10-7 1; 10-21 4
-, Rob
          80: 9-18 6
          81: 10-1 1
-, Robyn 98: 4-23 10
-, Roger
          86: 8-28 12; 10-2 4
          87: 5-7 10
          88: 3-17 1; 4-18 5; 11-10 6; 12-8 3
          89: 1-12 3 (P); 2-23 3 (P); 4-20 1; 5-4 3; 12-7 1, 4
          90: 2-22 10; 4-12 1, 10; 9-13 11; 12-6 1
          91: 9-19 6
          92: 2-20 10; 3-12 4; 10-15 11; 11-5 1
          93: 1-21 6; 1-28 2; 2-4 6; 3-11 1, 4; 3-18 9; 4-8 4; 10-7 6; 11-4 1; 11-11 1, 2
          94: 1-20 2, 11; 3-31 10; 9-15 9; 12-8 1
          95: 1-19 1; 2-9 8; 3-9 1, 2; 4-13 1, 2, 4; 9-14 10; 9-28 12; 10-5 16
          96: 4-25 7; 9-12 13; 12-12 15
          97: 1-23 1, 9; 1-30 9; 2-20 9; 2-27 9; 3-6 9; 3-13 11; 3-20 9; 4-3 9; 4-10 9; 4-17 15; 4-24
                  13; 5-1 19; 10-9 1; 10-16 1, 4; 12-11 1
          98: 10-29 6; 11-12 2, 10
          2000: 11-2 1
          2002: 9-5 2; 11-7 8
-, Russ 88: 1-28 9; 2-4 9
-, Sarah 2002: 9-26 1
-, Sharon
          94: 10-6 12
          95: 8-24 2
          2002: 5-2 11 (P)
-, Shawn, arrest on drug charge of 87: 4-30 1
-, Shelley
          72: 9-21 7
          75: 3-20 1
          76: 4-8 5 (P)
          87: 10-8 1
          88: 4-18 3; 12-8 6
          90: 1-18 10; 10-4 3 LTE
          91: 1-31 3 LTE; 2-21 4 (P); 3-28 3 (P); 4-18 3 (P); 9-12 6 (P); 12-13 1
-, Steve
          79: 9-27 5
          93: 4-8 4
-, Teri
          77: 2-10 5; 3-3 2 LTE
          78: 11-30 3 (P)
-, Terry 77: 3-3 3
-, Tiffany 98: 2-5 2 (P)
-, Tim (Timothy P)
          92: 10-15 14
          95: 10-5 15 (P)
-, Todd 84: 3-1 9
-, Tom 74: 11-21 3
-, Tony 93: 1-21 2 (P)
-, Victor 93: 4-15 2 (P); 4-29 1; 8-26 7; 9-23 9 (P); 10-14 8 (P); 11-11 8 (P)
Davis, Fenton, Stange, and Darling (business) 75: 8-29 1
Davison, John 2001: 12-6 8
Davolt, Julie 75: 9-25 5
-, Tom
          72: 2-24 4
          73: 2-1 10
Dawber, Pam 78: 11-16 6
Dawes, Perry 75: 4-17 1
Dawon, Jennifer (see also Dawson) 81; 10-22 3
Dawson, Charisse 2002: 4-18 11; 9-26 6; 10-10 1
-, Jennifer (Jeni, Jenie) (see also Dawon)
          80: 9-18 5; 10-16 3; 12-4 3
          81: 4-2 3; 10-8 1
          82: 2-11 1; 4-15 1
         83: 7-21 1; 9-8 10
         84: 2-16 8
-, Stephanie
         75: 3-13 Special 8
         76: 11-4 2; 11-18 4
         77: 1-20 6; 3-24 10; 11-17 3
         78: 6-15 6
Dawson County Historical Museum 88: 4-7 4
Dawson County Historical Society 87: 3-26 2
Dawson Sisters 74: 9-19 1; 10-3 1
Day, Ann 85: 9-19 5
-, Bev 73: 7-12 2 LTE
-, Charles (Chuck)
         71: 1-7 5
         83: 9-29 20; 10-13 12
         84: 11-6 11 (P)
         85: 9-5 8
         86: 4-10 1 (P); 9-5 8; 9-25 7; 10-9 7; 11-13 5
         87: 5-7 11; 9-3 7; 11-5 7
-, Cindy
         75: 12-18 3
         76: 11-18 1; 12-2 5 (P)
-, Gary W
         80: 8-28 3
         81: 9-3 5
-, Jennifer 2002: 2-11 5
-, John 72: 10-12 10
-, Keli 85: 4-2 7
-, Samuel H Jr 81: 1-29 1; 2-5 1
-, Stacy
         90: 4-26 4 (P)
         92: 2-13 12
day care
         93: 2-4 1; 9-16 10
         94: 3-10 1; 10-13 1; 11-10 1
         95: 1-26 12; 2-2 1; 2-16 1; 2-23 1; 3-2 6; 3-9 4; 3-16 10; 4-13 4; 10-12 1
         97: 10-23 4; 10-30 1, 3
         98: 4-2 4
         99: 10-14 1
         2001: 9-13 10
day care center, discussion about possible 73: 4-5 1
-, survey re need for 74: 5-2 2
„Day of the Locust‟ (film) 77: 1-13 5
Daybreak (band)
         73; 7-12 2
         77: 7-28 1
Dayhuff, Kevin E 93: 3-11 10
Daylight Donuts (business) 90: 9-20 5
Dayon, Dennis 80: 3-13 1
DayRoom (band)
         95: 11-16 9
         97: 3-13 9; 4-3 5
„Days of Our Lives‟ (TV show) 85: 3-26 2
de Alwis, Susanta 71: 4-20 9 (P), 10, 11, 12
De Beck, Rod 75: 7-17 1
De Blij, Harm 93: 10-14 6
De Bolt, William Walter 75: 9-25 9
De Brita, Joao 99: 9-9 2 (P)
De Freece, Randy (see also DeFreece, DeFreese) 97: 3-13 10
De Haven, Gloria 75: 1-16 1
De Klerk, Frederik 90: 2-8 1
De La Torre, Danielle 2000: 4-20 8
De la Vars, Gordon
         86: 8-28 12
         87: 11-12 12
         88: 2-18 3; 3-24 8; 4-18 3
- -, authorship of textbook by 87: 10-22 13
-, Lauren
         87: 12-3 2
         88: 3-24 8
De Laet, Dwight (see also DeLaet) 76: 3-25 1
De l‟Estang, Francois Bujon 72: 3-10 9, 10, 11
De Nio, Brian 98: 12-3 4
de Warren, Reginald 71: 4-20 9 (P), 10, 11, 12
De Witt, Mary (see also DeWitt) 71: 11-18 4
„Dead Horse Table‟ (book) 75: 2-27 1
„Dead Man on Campus‟ 98: 8-27 10
„Dead Man Walking‟ (recording) 96: 2-8 7
dead week
         89: 4-27 1; 12-14 2
         90: 4-19 1; 5-3 1, 2, 3
         93: 12-2 1
         2002: 12-12 6
„Deadhorse Table‟ (book) 80: 9-18 8
deaf, problems of the 74: 9-26 7
deafness 80: 11-6 7
Deagan, Jim 73: 10-11 7
Deak, Julie
         83: 10-13 9 (P)
         84: 4-26 1
Deakin University 97: 4-17 4; 9-25 8
Deal, Steven 73: 4-19 3; 5-10 2 LTE; 12-6 1
-, Susan 87: 10-1 4
-, Susan L 73: 5-10 1; 9-6 3; 10-18 8; 12-6 1; 12-13 2 LTE
Dealey, Tim 2000: 1-27 4
„Dealing With Depression‟ (workshop) 88: 4-28 2
Dean, Adam 2002: 9-12 8
-, Carl
         73: 12-13 1
         75: 7-24 7
         78: 4-20 1
         79: 4-26 1; 5-3 4
         80: 1-17 1
-, Carole (Carol)
         71: 9-16 2; 10-14 1; 10-28 3; 11-18 1 (P)
         72: 1-13 3; 2-10 1; 4-6 3; 4-27 1; 9-21 1; 10-12 10; 10-19 1; 11-30 7, 8
         73: 1-18 3
         74: 2-21 4; 3-7 2; 3-28 3; 4-11 3; 4-18 1; 10-10 3; 10-17 1; 10-24 4
         75: 1-30 3; 5-8 4
         76: 4-15 3; 4-23 8
-, Dale 95: 4-6 7 (P)
-, Elinor 82: 6-24 2; 7-1 3; 7-15 2; 7-22 2; 7-29 2; 9-2 2; 9-16 2; 9-30 2 (P); 10-14 2 (P); 11-11 2
           (P); 11-24 2 (P); 12-9 2
-, Jessica 2002: 10-17 8
-, Kim 2002: 10-17 8
-, Melissa 97: 10-2 3
-, Roy 89: 2-9 12
-, Samantha 2002: 10-17 8
-, Shirley 75: 11-13 3
-, Steinmann
           2000: 4-13 4 (P)
           2001: 1-18 1
-, Steven L (Steve)
           72: 10-12 2 LTE
           73: 4-5 7; 4-12 9; 4-19 7
           74: 3-21 5; 4-4 6 (P); 4-25 7; 5-2 8
-, Stormy
           78: 9-14 5
           2002: 10-17 8
-, Susan L 72: 10-12 2 LTE
-, Wally 78: 4-6 1
Dean Davis Company (performers)
           73: 7-12 2
           74: 5-2 3
Dean of Instruction, search for 72: 10-19 5; 11-9 8
Dean of School of Business, search for new 91: 3-14 6
DeAngelis, Bryant 93: 8-26 8
Deanna Delaet Biology Scholarship 88: 4-14 4
Dean‟s Award for Scholarship 86: 5-8 7
Dean‟s Council
           83: 3-24 4
           84: 4-26 7
Dean‟s Honor Roll 72: 3-2 3
-, list of students on
           71: 2-11 5; 7-1 6, 7
           72: 2-24 5; 7-6 1, 3, 4
           73: 2-22 8; 6-21 7
           74: 1-31 8
           75: 2-13 6; 6-19 6, 7
           76: 2-12 4; 6-17 6, 7
Dean‟s List see Dean‟s Honor Roll
Dean‟s List certificates
           86: 2-6 2; 2-13 2; 2-20 2; 3-13 2
           88: 2-11 2
           92: 2-13 10
„Dear Diary: A Decade of Disability‟ (play) 97: 11-6 1
Dearmont, Sandy 88: 8-4 5
death, dealing with 89: 3-16 11
-, fear of 80: 1-31 5
-, workshop on 88: 3-24 4
„Death and Dying‟ (seminar)
           75: 11-6 5
           77: 2-17 8
           80: 1-31 5
           84: 2-23 6
           86: 2-13 4
           87: 2-5 10
         90: 3-8 6
„Death Be Not Proud‟ (film) 76: 4-1 3
„Death by Accommodation‟ (play) 97: 1-23 1
„Death of a Salesman‟ (play) 71: 9-16 2, 6; 9-30 3; 10-7 1; 10-14 1
„Death Race 2000‟ (film) 79: 1-11 1
death row 85: 11-211 5
„Death to Smoochy‟ 2002: 4-11 4
Deaver, Bev 95: 11-16 10
-, Rosellen
         71: 3-25 2; 4-1 3; 5-6 4
         72: 3-10 2
DeBacker, Dianne 78: 2-2 1
debate
         71: 2-18 5; 9-30 4
         73: 4-5 1; 4-12 5; 1-25 4; 2-22 4
         74: 2-21 1; 9-5 3; 10-17 4; 11-6 5; 11-21 1; 12-12 3
         75: 2-20 3; 3-13 5; 9-18 6; 10-9 3; 10-23 5; 10-30 3, 4; 11-6 3, 4; 12-18 3
         76: 2-5 3; 2-26 3; 9-9 9; 9-23 3; 9-29 9; 11-4 7; 11-11 3; 12-9 6
         77: 1-27 7; 2-10 6; 3-17 3; 3-24 5; 4-7 1; 4-21 5, 6; 10-6 1, 6; 10-20 4
         78: 1-12 1; 3-8 6; 3-30 3; 4-20 1; 10-12 6; 11-2 8
         79: 3-29 3; 10-28 3
         80: 2-7 3; 11-13 3; 11-20 7
         81: 10-29 8
         82: 11-11 7; 11-18 5
         83: 11-17 3
         85: 2-28 12; 9-12 2
         86: 2-13 12
         88: 4-21 13; 11-17 2
         90: 1-18 6
         91: 1-24 6; 3-14 5; 10-31 1
         92: 4-16 1; 11-18 12; 12-10 15
         94: 2-17 1, 6; 3-17 6; 4-14 9; 4-21 1, 11; 11-17 1, 9
         95: 3-30 4; 11-11 2; 11-30 2, 4
         96: 2-29 4; 10-17 2
         97: 3-13 4; 4-24 12; 9-18 10
         98: 2-26 2; 3-19 2; 4-30 2; 8-27 2; 10-1 4; 11-12 2; 12-10 2
         99: 1-21 2; 1-28 2; 12-2 2
         2000: 2-3 7; 3-2 4
         2001: 9-27 11
         2002: 11-21 1
Debate and Forensics Club see debate
Debate and Speech Team see debate
Debate Club see debate
Debate Program see debate
debate team see debate
debate tournament 77: 9-29 3
DeBates, T J 98: 10-1 1
Debban, Dave 73: 10-11 7
-, Val 77: 9-1 9
Debben, Denise 81: 4-2 9
DeBeck, Ed 73: 1-25 4
-, Ron
         80: 9-18 5; 10-16 3; 11-13 3
         81: 4-30 3; 10-22 1, 3; 11-12 1; 12-3 6 (P)
         83: 9-8 10; 9-15 4; 9-29 4; 10-6 9; 10-12 10
         85: 2-14 16 (P)
DeBlasio, Dennis 85: 2-14 13 (P)
DeBoer, Berneta 2001: 2-15 8
-, Don (sometimes Deboer)
          71: 4-1 2
          72: 4-27 5; 9-21 1
          73: 4-19 3
-, Johna 84: 7-12 8 (P)
-, Gary 81:7-9 8
-, Phyllis (see also DeBuhr) 86: 9-25 7
-, Scott 88: 1-14 7
-, Stan 82: 4-29 9
-, Steven 76: 11-11 1
Debord, Margaret
          71: 10-21 4
          72: 3-16 4
DeBrie, Brian 80: 7-24 5 (P)
-, Glenda
          94: 11-3 1
          96: 3-7 9
          98: 10-29 6
-, Sue 87: 10-22 6
DeBrito, Joao 2001: 1-18 1 (P)
-, Jose 2002: 1-24 8
DeBrunner, Hank 77: 9-15 6
DeBuhr, Phyllis (see also DeBoer)
          84: 10-23 13; 11-29 26
          85: 3-26 5; 3-28 9 (P); 4-2 22; 4-11 13, 14; 4-16 5; 4-23 6; 4-25 14; 4-30 5; 5-2 19; 8-29
                  11; 9-5 9 (P); 9-12 7; 9-19 8; 9-26 10; 10-3 9 (P); 10-23 8 (P); 11-7 8, 9; 12-5 12
          86: 2-13 9; 2-27 10; 3-7 5; 4-3 7 (P), 8; 4-10 7, 8; 4-17 7; 4-24 8; 5-8 10; 8-28 9; 10-2 8;
                  10-9 7; 10-30 7; 11-6 8; 11-13 5; 11-20 7
          87: 3-26 7; 4-2 6; 4-16 7; 4-30 8; 5-7 7; 6-18 4; 7-23 6; 8-27 9; 9-17 7; 10-1 7 (P); 10-8 7;
                  11-5 8; 11-12 8
          88: 3-17 9; 3-24 9 (P); 4-7 7, 9 (P); 4-14 7; 4-28 12; 5-5 2, 9 (P); 6-23 7; 8-25 7
          89: 3-2 8; 3-30 7
          91: 7-3 11
„Deca Dance‟ (performance) 74: 10-3 1
DeCamp, John W
          71: 4-20 12
          72: 4-27 5; 5-4 1
          75: 4-24 1
          76: 3-18 1
          79: 1-18 1; 9-27 1; 10-4 1
          81: 2-26 1; 3-5 1; Spring 1981 Encounter 7
          2000: 4-6 1 (P); 4-13 1 (P)
-, Kressy 87: 11-12 8
-, Mitzi 93: 12-2 11 (P)
-, Wayne 74: 3-7 3
Decamp, Marcus 2000: 2-10 7
decathlon 86: 5-1 9; 5-8 10
„Decision Making‟ (presentation) 90: 2-15 5
„Decision Making Skills‟ (workshop) 88: 2-4 2
decision-making 89: 2-16 4
Decker, Anne 91: 9-26 12
-, Bobby 78: 11-2 6 (P)
-, Corey 94: 9-22 6
Decker, Jim
         72: 11-2 4
         73: 11-7 4; 9-27 5
         74: 12-5 1
         75: 1-16 3; 1-23 4; 2-27 5; 3-6 5; 10-23 5
         93: 9-16 10
         2000: 10-12 4
-, Loren 71: 3-4 2 LTE
-, MaryAnn (Mary Ann)
         98: 2-26 6
         2000: 11-9 4; 11-16 7
         2001: 1-18 6; 1-25 6; 2-1 6; 2-8 6; 2-22 6
-, Nick 96: 9-19 6 (P)
-, Steve 91: 4-4 6 (P)
Deckert, Steve 89: 12-7 5; 12-14 10
„Decoding the Stradivarius…‟ 2002: 4-25 2
DeCola, Tom 80: 10-2 1
Decoratif (business) 76: 10-7 6
Decoratif Gallery (business) 81: Spring 1981 Encounter 16, 17
Decorativ Gallery (business) 77: 2-10 6
DeCory, Andrea 2000: 3-30 4
Decouens, Claude 72: 1-27 1
Decoupage (group) 99: 2-4 4
„Decoupage and Modpodge‟ (minicourse) 75: 10-17 6; 10-23 5; 10-30 5; 11-6 4; 11-13 6
„Decoupage and Modpage‟ (minicourse) 76: 1-29 1; 2-12 10
decoupage lessons 71: 3-11 4
Dederman, Frederick 90: 10-25 13
Dee, Jimmy (performing artist) 83: 4-6 6
DeeAnna DeLaet Memorial Scholarship Fund
         84: 10-23 25
         86: 4-3 2
         88: 4-7 2
Deegan, James 73: 6-28 4
„Deep Rising‟ (film) 98: 2-5 10
Deepe, Cheryl 99: 2-11 2; 9-9 3 LTE
-, Sven 92: 11-18 5 (P)
Deerfield Massacre 96: 2-29 1
Dees, Morris 97: 1-30 10; 2-6 11; 2-13 4 (P)
Dee‟s Dance Art Studio (business) 77: 7-14 6
Dee‟s Dance Arts (business) 77: 3-17 7
Deesimone, Bob 76: 9-2 15
Deetz, Susan 98: 3-19 2
Def Leppard (band) 87: 10-1 4
Defense of Marriage Amendment 2000: 8-31 3; 10-5 3; 11-16 1
defensive driving course
         75: 4-4 5; 10-23 3; 10-30 5
         89: 2-2 6
deferred repairs to campus facilities 91: 4-18 6
Defrain, Cory 94: 10-6 12
DeFreece, Randy (see also De Freece, DeFreese)
         96: 9-26 7
         98: 10-15 1
         2000: 9-14 9
DeFreese, Randy (see also De Freece, DeFreece) 2001: 10-18 8
DeFruiter, Todd
         85: 2-12 14 (P)
         87: 5-7 11
„Defying Gravity‟ 2000: 9-21 4; 10-5 5
Degan, Bill (see also Degen)
          74: 5-2 8
          75: 5-8 6
          77: 4-14 6
Degen, Bill (see also Degan)
          74: 2-21 7; 4-4 6; 4-25 7
          75: 2-13 8; 10-9 8
          76: 1-29 5; 2-12 9; 2-19 6; 2-26 9; 3-18 7; 4-8 6 (P); 4-15 4; 4-23 7; 4-29 6
Degenhardt, Ryan 94: 12-8 3 LTE
Deger, Carla
          76: 4-8 7; 4-29 7; 5-6 7
          77: 3-24 8; 5-5 11
Degn, Jason 2001: 4-12 2 (P)
Degraff, Kendra 96: 10-10 6
DeGraw, Darrel
          77: 4-28 10
          78: 10-12 1
degrees, distribution of 77: 7-14 4
DeGreiff, Andrea
          96: 3-14 2 (P); 10-3 7 (P)
          98: 4-16 1
Degreiff, Kristian 97: 10-2 8 (P)
DeHart, Brenda 84: 10-9 2
Dehning, Jodi
          82: 9-30 9
          83: 6-30 1
-, Sheryl
          87: 3-5 8
          89: 4-13 7; 12-14 9
Deichmann, Jean 80: 9-4 8
Deiger, Shawn 2002: 4-18 11
Deihl, Mark 71: 5-20 5
Deily, Becky 83: 3-31 1; 4-21 1; 9-1 4; 11-17 1 (P)
-, Diane 87: 4-30 6 (P)
Deines, Jenny (see also Denies; Dienes)
          98: 9-24 7; 10-1 7 (P); 10-8 8
          99: 4-22 5; 4-29 7; 9-2 6
          2000: 4-6 8; 4-20 9; 4-27 9; 9-7 5; 9-28 7; 10-5 6; 10-26 4
          2001: 4-5 5; 4-12 5, 6; 4-19 5; 4-26 8; 9-20 6; 9-27 6; 10-11 5 (P)
          2002: 4-11 6
Deines, Steven 72: 3-10 2
Deininger, Dan 71: 4-29 4
-, Debra (Deb, Debbie) (see also Dininger)
          73: 4-26 1; 5-3 3; 5-10 1; 9-6 3; 10-18 8; 12-6 1
          74: 2-21 4; 3-7 4 (P); 4-25 3
Deist, Marjorie
          71: 4-22 5
          72: 8-31 4
Deitering, John 2002: 2-7 2; 3-14 8; 4-11 1, 8; 4-25 4; 9-12 2 (P); 9-19 9
Deitloff, Faye 71: 10-7 1
Dejammet, Alain 73: 4-3 8, 9
Dejmal, Trena
          2001: 4-5 7
          2002: 4-11 1
DeJong, JoAnn 91: 12-13 2 (P)
DeJonge, Amy 89: 9-28 4 (P)
-, Jane 71: 3-4 5
-, Karie 88: 9-29 10 (P)
-, Lee 81: 7-9 1
-, Pat 87: 6-18 3; 6-25 3; 7-2 3; 7-9 3; 7-16 3; 7-23 3
Deklaus, Baiba (see also DeKlavs)
         75; 2-27 9; 3-13 7; 4-4 6
         76: 4-1 9; 4-15 5
DeKlavs, Andra (sometimes Deklavs)
         77: 2-3 6; 2-10 10; 2-17 6; 2-24 9; 11-17 8; 12-8 12
         78: 1-12 9, 10; 1-19 6 (P); 1-26 8; 2-2 9; 2-9 8; 2-23 7; 3-8 9; 3-30 10
         79: 1-11 10; 10-28 6; 11-29 8; 12-13 9
         80: 1-10 7; 1-24 8; 2-7 10; 2-14 6; 2-21 7; 2-28 11
-, Baiba (Biaba) (sometimes Deklavs) (see also Deklaus)
         76: 10-7 9; 10-14 8; 11-4 11
         77: 2-10 11; 3-17 9; 4-21 9; 4-28 9; 5-5 11; 9-1 9; 11-3 7
         78: 4-13 6; 4-20 7; 5-4 13
         79: 1-26 9
         86: 5-1 9
DeKlotz, Kip (Kipp) (see also DeKlutz)
         80: 4-3 1; 12-4 3
         82: 2-11 1; 11-11 3
DeKlutz, Kipp (see also DeKlotz) 81: 10-22 3
Dekok, Roger 95: 10-5 13
Del-Rays (group) 91: 10-10 15
Del Weber Scholarship 90: 2-22 1
DeLade, Jan 79: 11-29 1
DeLaet, DeeAnna R (Dee Anna)
         83: 10-6 6 (P)
         84: 6-21 3 (P); 10-23 25 (P)
-, Dorothy 96: 2-8 1
-, Dru 80: 4-3 3
-, Dwight (see also De Laet)
         76: 11-11 1
         77: 10-6 1; 11-10 7
-, Karen (sometimes Delaet)
         75: 10-17 8
         76: 4-8 7; 4-29 7
         77: 3-24 8; 5-5 11
         78: 3-16 8; 4-20 8; 4-27 8; 5-4 14
         79: 3-29 13; 4-5 10; 4-26 8; 9-6 7 (P)
-, Jim (James) (see also DeLeat)
         99: 4-15 5
         2000: 4-20 10
         2001: 2-8 5; 4-5 1, 7; 4-19 5; 4-26 7
         2002: 1-31 2 (P); 4-11 6; 4-18 6; 4-25 1; 5-2 1
-, Mark 97: 9-11 2
-, Tammie (Tammy)
         77: 1-20 9; 2-3 6; 11-17 8; 12-8 12
         78: 1-12 9; 1-26 8; 2-9 8; 2-16 6; 3-8 9
         79: 1-18 9; 1-26 8; 2-1 15; 2-8 10; 2-15 9 (P); 2-22 10; 3-1 12; 4-5 10 (P); 9-13 15; 10-28
                 6; 12-6 13 (P)
         80: 1-10 7; 2-21 7
-, Theodore (Ted)
         71: 9-16 6
         71: 2-18 5
         72: 1-13 3
         73: 1-18 3
Delahunty, Amy
         89: 9-21 8; 10-5 8
         90: 3-8 9; 4-19 7; 4-26 9
         91: 10-24 8
-, Tim 80: 10-16 9
Delaine, Brian
         82: 4-1 9; 4-22 10; 4-29 11; 10-14 9
         83: 3-17 8; 4-14 9; 4-21 7; 5-5 10
         84: 3-1 8 (P); 3-29 9; 4-12 10; 2-24 9
         85: 2-12 12; 2-21 9; 2-26 5 (P); 2-28 9; 3-28 10; 4-16 5; 4-25 13, 15; 6-18 5
Delair, Diane (Dianne)(sometimes DeLair)
         91: 3-7 2; 9-19 1; 10-31 11 (P)
         92: 2-13 1; 2-27 1; 9-17 1; 10-1 1; 10-8 3 LTE
         93: 1-28 13; 2-25 1; 11-18 3 LTE
         94: 2-10 6
Delaney, Lori 81: 10-29 1
Delap, Corey 97: 2-20 9
DeLeat, Jim (see also DeLaet) 2002: 5-2 7
delinquent girls, placement of 72: 11-2 1
„Deliverance‟ (film) 81: 12-10 3
Delka, Jill 2001: 4-19 1 (P)
Dell, Margaret
         72: 9-28 1; 10-12 1
         73: 2-1 1; 4-5 3
Dellahay, Tony (see also Dilahay, Dillehay) 76: 4-8 5
Dellefsen, Lisa 2000: 11-20 2
Dellelo, Angel 99: 2-4 1 (P)
Dellevoet, Kyle
         97: 1-30 8 (P); 4-3 1, 8
         98: 2-5 4
Dellinger, Susan 97: 3-13 4
Delly, Becky 84: 4-26 4
DeLong, Danny
         94: 9-22 5; 9-29 11 (P)
         98: 12-3 6; 12-10 7
-, Deanna 72: 5-4 4
Delong, Diane 73: 5-3 3
Delorenzo, Mary (also DeLorenzo)
         79: 11-8 3; 11-29 1
         80: 2-14 3
Delp, Adam 89: 9-14 13
Delp, Pam
         71: 4-29 5
         73: 4-19 8
Delta Kappa Gamma
         75: 2-20 4; 2-27 3; 3-13 4; 12-4 7
         76: 2-12 10; 10-7 4; 11-4 3
         82: 3-25 1; 10-14 8
         85: 9-26 2; 10-3 2
-, scholarship of 73: 5-3 3
Delta Kappa Gamma Grant in Aid 72: 4-27 1
Delta Kappa Lambda 74: 5-2 7
Delta Omicron (women‟s music honorary)
         71: 2-18 5; 4-22 3; 9-3 9; 10-7 4
           72: 1-27 4; 4-13 4; 8-31 6; 10-19 3; 11-2 3
           73: 3-8 3; 3-22 3
           74: 4-4 3; 11-21 1
           75: 2-13 5; 8-29 10; 12-4 10; 12-11 3
           76: 9-23 3; 12-2 3
           77: 11-10 3
           83: 2-3 7; 3-3 1
           84: 10-18 3
           86: 5-1 1
           96: 2-15 10; 11-14 2, 9
-, Bridal Fair held by
           76: 3-25 3, 4
           78: 3-8 3, 6
-, list of pledges to 71: 4-1 3
-, sponsorship of homecoming royalty candidate by 91: 10-3 1
-, Triennial Conference of 87: 7-23 4
Delta Omicron Musicale 81: 3-19 3
Delta Pi Beta, history of 87: 5-7 2
Delta Tau Delta
           89: 11-9 1
           90: 3-29 2; 6-28 4
           91: 8-29 1; 9-12 4
           92: 10-15 1
           96: 2-15 12; 3-28 1
           97: 4-24 2
           98: 10-15 1
           99: 2-11 2; 10-14 2; 10-28 9
           2000: 9-28 6; 11-2 4
           2001: 3-29 7; 11-8 1
           2002: 2-7 2; 2-14 8; 3-7 7; 4-25 10; 5-2 13
-, gpa of 2002: 9-26 2
-, inauguration of new chapter of 93: 11-4 2
Deluca, Tom
           81: 2-12 3; 2-19 1
           86: 11-20 2
Delutone, Danielle 2000: 4-20 8 (P)
Deman, Hans-Eduard 71: 4-20 9 (P), 10, 12; 4-22 2
DeMaranville, Mikki (Nikki)
           95: 8-31 13
           96: 11-7 9
Demel, Delphie 79: 2-8 7 (P)
Demmel, Anne 72: 3-16 7
-, Cory
           2000: 4-27 2 (P)
           2001: 4-12 1; 10-11 2
           2002: 2-14 1 (P); 5-2 13
-, James (Jim) (see also Dennel)
           80: 3-27 3; 5-1 3; 11-13 10
           81: 6-25 5; 10-8 11 (P)
           82: 2-25 4 (P); 4-22 6 (P); 4-29 1 (P)
           83: 1-20 4 (P); 4-28 1
-, Lynne
           71: 2-18 5; 3-18 1; 3-25 1; 4-1 5 (P); 4-22 1; 4-29 5; 5-13 4; 7-15 1; 9-23 4; 10-7 4
           72: 2-3 5; 4-13 1
           73: 6-21 6 (P); 9-13 8; 9-27 9 (P); 10-4 5; 11-7 5
-, Tom 83: 1-20 4 (P)
Democratic Party 72: 5-4 5
demographics
         82: 4-15 1
         83: 12-2 4
Demographics Daily 2000: 9-28 3
demolition derbies
         80: 10-2 4
         2001: 10-4 5
„Demolition Man‟ (film) 93: 10-28 11
DeMoray Swim Meet 82: 4-15 3
Dempsey, Karen
         85: 9-26 4 (P); 11-21 8 (P)
         87: 9-17 8
Demshuk, Vladimir 77: 11-10 12
Demuth, Dave 71: 3-25 4
-, Jeff 83: 2-3 5
-, Jim (sometimes DeMuth)
         79: 10-11 4
         80: 6-26 3
-, Mike (Michael)
         87: 10-29 5
         89: 3-16 6; 4-20 10 (P)
DeMuth, Pamela 80: 2-7 3
-, Phil 85: 4-30 1
DeNaeyer, Kris (see also DeNayers)
         93: 11-4 7; 11-11 7; 12-2 7; 12-9 8
         94: 1-20 7; 2-3 8; 2-10 7; 2-24 7; 11-10 8
         95: 2-23 7
DeNayers, Kris (see also DeNaeyer) 95: 1-26 7
Dendinger, Don 96: 3-28 2; 4-4 2
Deneher, Joan 2002: 3-7 1
Denhardt, Don (see also Dennhardt) 77: 9-22 11
Denherder, Douglas 82: 9-16 7
DenHerder, Jake 82: 2-25 4
Denies, Jenny (see also Dienes) 2002: 4-4 5
DeNio, Sarah 2002: 10-17 1
Denison, Patricia (Pat) (see also Dennison)
         73: 9-13 8
         74: 7-26 6; 8-29 1
         77: 12-1 7
         79: 9-27 5
         80: 1-10 4 (P)
         83: 2-24 8
         85: 9-26 8; 10-23 1
         87: 6-18 8
         89: 3-2 9
         90: 9-20 6
         93: 9-30 1
Denkinger, Julie 91: 1-24 9; 1-31 9
Denman, Bev
         71: 3-4 45; 3-18 7
         72: 3-23 5; 9-28 3; 10-19 3, 4
Denmark, study trip to 82: 10-28 1; 11-11 1; 11-24 1
Dennel, Jim (see also Demmel) 82: 1-21 1
Denney, Mike 79: 12-6 7
Denney, Rick 75: 2-20 6
Dennhardt, Don (see also Denhardt) 77: 9-8 13; 9-29 6; 10-6 12
Denning, Janet 85: 4-2 7
-, Jodi 83: 2-10 5 (P)
Denning, Lauri 75: 4-10 6
Denninger, Connie 84: 3-1 5
-, John
          84: 3-1 5; 6-14 5; 9-6 13
          85: 4-2 7
          86: 12-4 4
          87: 2-26 5, 10
          88: 9-22 10
Dennis, Denise 79: 4-12 3 (P)
-, Gypsy 84: 4-26 Accent 8
-, Jennifer 86: 4-17 6 (P)
-, Lucinda (Lucy)
          77: 11-10 7
          78: 4-6 4
          79: 3-22 1; 9-20 4
-, Mike 81: 2-12 8
-, Steve 75: 8-29 6
-, Thomas (Tom)
          82: 9-9 1
          87: 9-3 4; 9-24 5; 12-10 4
          88: 9-8 13
          90: 2-22 4
          91: 9-26 6, 11
          92: 9-17 14
          93: 2-4 5
          94: 3-10 12
          95: 10-12 2
          97: 4-3 1, 10; 12-4 1
          2001: 10-11 4
          2002: 9-19 9
Dennis Paper Company (business) 74: 9-26 3
Dennis Schmoker Scholarship 71: 5-20 3
Dennison, Alan 77: 1-27 3
-, Gloria
          88: 11-10 6
          89: 2-9 11 (P); 7-13 6 (P); 7-20 1 (P), 6; 7-27 1 (P); 11-30 1
-, Janet 80: 4-17 1; 4-24 1
-, Pat (see also Denison)
          72: 5-4 3
          88: 9-8 2
          91: 10-10 6
Denny, Eddie 2002: 11-14 6
-, Mindy
          87: 2-19 6 (P)
          89: 2-23 2 (P)
          90: 12-13 2 (P)
Denny‟s Photography (business)
          80: 3-27 Encounter 2, 3
          92: 2-6 11
densified refuse burning boiler, installation of 91: 3-14 4
Denson, Katie 2002: 2-14 1
Dent, Denny 86: 11-20 4
Dent Popper (business) 93: 12-2 9
dental care 82: 3-4 5
Denton, Gary
          77: 3-17 5 (P); 3-24 3; 3-31 3; 4-7 1; 4-21 3; 7-14 1 (P); 10-6 3; 11-3 3, 10; 11-10 1, 8;
                  11-10 5 (P); 12-1 1, 3; 12-8 9
          78: 1-26 3; 2-2 1; 2-16 1; 3-8 4 (P); 3-16 1, 3; 4-13 4; 4-27 1; 5-4 3; 8-31 1
-, Jenny
          94: 11-10 8; 11-17 8; 12-1 7
          95: 1-26 7 (P); 2-2 8; 2-9 9; 2-23 7; 11-16 8
          96: 1-18 7; 2-2 8; 2-8 13; 2-22 8; 3-7 8; 11-7 7; 11-14 7; 11-21 2 (P)
          97: 1-30 6; 2-20 6
-, Jerry
          71: 6-24 1; 7-29 1; 9-9 1 (P); 9-16 5; 10-21 1; 10-28 7; 11-18 3
          72: 9-14 3; 11-16 5, 8; 11-30 1
          73: 1-18 7; 3-1 4, 8; 8-30 1; 9-13 1; 11-29 4, 8
          74: 1-31 3; 3-21 3; 5-9 8; 9-19 5 (P); 10-3 6; 10-10 5; 12-12 1
          75: 2-20 3; 2-27 3; 4-17 4; 7-24 3 (P); 9-18 10; 10-2 7; 10-9 3; 11-13 6; 11-20 3; 12-
                  18 4
          76: 2-5 6; 3-18 5; 4-1 4; 4-23 4; 7-1 5; 9-29 7, 8, 9; 10-7 6; 10-14 5; 10-21 5 (P); 11-11 4;
                  11-18 5
          77: 1-13 3; 2-10 4; 2-17 1; 3-31 7; 9-8 3; 9-15 4; 9-22 4; 10-20 4, 9; 10-27 1
          78: 3-8 8; 7-20 5; 9-7 1; 9-21 3; 10-5 5; 10-26 Encounter 2; 11-2 9
          79: 8-30 4; 9-6 4; 10-28 1
          80: 1-31 2 LTE; 1-31 Encounter 3, 11 (P); 7-17 3; 8-28 2; 9-18 4; 9-25 3
          81: 5-7 5; 10-1 4; 10-8 8; 10-29 4
          82: 1-28 1; 2-4 4; 2-11 7; 2-25 5; 10-14 4
          85: 7-23 4
-, Kevin 2002: 3-7 3
-, Susan (Sue)
          74: 8-29 1
          75: 8-29 3; 11-6 3
          76: 4-15 1
          77: 9-1 6; 11-3 1
          79: 2-8 12; 2-22 9 (P); 4-26 5
-, Thomas R 88: 9-8 13
Denver, John 73: 2-15 1; 2-22 2 (P)
Denver, study trip to
          76: 2-5 3
          87: 9-17 8
Department of Accounting/Finance 92: 9-3 11
Department of Art
          77: 9-29 1
          82: 6-24 8
Department of Art and Art History, trip to Colorado and New Mexico by 94: 3-3 2
Department of Aviation 89: 5-4 12
Department of Biology 81: 3-26 4; 6-25 5
-, academic review of 86: 3-13 2; 11-13 1
-, research by 91: 2-14 4
-, summer program of 76: 2-19 8
Department of Broadcasting 88: 7-21 4
Department of Business
          89: 11-16 1, 2
          92: 9-3 11
-, academic review of
          85: 10-10 2
          86: 12-11 1
-, effect of budget cuts on 87: 1-29 4
Department of Business Education/Business Administration 92: 9-3 11
Department of Business Management, academic review of 85: 10-23 1
Department of Chemistry
          93: 9-16 11
          2002: 3-7 2
-, grant received by
          77: 3-17 3
          2002: 9-26 2
Department of Commercial Art and Graphics 84: 1-26 3
Department of Communication Disorders, academic review of 86: 3-13 2
Department of Communications 78: 4-6 1
Department of Computer Science
          83: 3-24 4; 9-29 1; 11-17 1
          84: 4-5 4
          85: 1-17 1; 2-5 1; 2-21 1
-, formation of 84: 9-6 1, 3
Department of Computer Science and Information Systems 97: 11-6 8
Department of Continuing Education 95: 10-19 1
Department of Counseling and Educational Psychology
          81: 7-30 6
          86: 7-10 1
Department of Counseling and School Psychology
          86: 7-10 1
          94: 9-15 14; 10-6 2; 10-13 2; 10-20 2; 11-10 12; 11-17 10; 12-1 10; 12-8 14
          95: 1-19 12; 1-26 12; 2-2 12; 2-9 12; 2-16 8; 4-6 12; 4-13 12; 4-27 15; 8-24 14; 8-31 13;
                  9-14 10; 9-21 12; 9-28 12; 10-5 16; 10-12 14; 10-19 10; 10-26 11; 11-2 10; 11-11
                  10; 11-16 14; 11-30 11; 12-7 19
          96: 1-25 9; 2-2 9; 2-22 9; 2-29 9; 3-7 9; 3-14 13; 3-28 7; 4-4 9; 4-11 11; 4-18 10; 4-25 17;
                  8-29 13; 9-12 13; 9-19 11; 9-26 9; 10-3 9; 10-10 11
          97: 10-23 2
Department of Criminal Justice
          77: 2-24 7
          82: 3-18 4
          90: 1-18 6; 1-25 6; 2-1 6
          99: 4-22 2
-, receipt of grant by 2002: 12-12 1, 12
-, study tour of England by 89: 12-14 6
Department of Dance
          77: 11-3 3
          82: 9-23 1
Department of Economics 73: 9-27 6
-, academic review of 86: 3-13 2; 11-13 1
-, effect of budget buts on 87: 1-29 1
Department of Educational Administration 87: 1-22 2
-, academic review of 85: 10-23 1
Department of Educational Psychology 77: 3-24 7
Department of Elementary/Early Childhood Education 2000: 9-14 1
-, academic review of 86: 3-13 2
Department of Elementary Education
          73: 7-12 8; 9-20 8
          86: 7-10 1
-, academic program review of 86: 11-20 1, 6
Department of Elementary Education, receipt of grant by
          76: 10-14 3
          77: 11-10 12
Department of English
           83: 3-31 6; 5-5 1
           90: 7-12 6
           93: 12-9 2
           96: 2-29 2
-, academic review of
           85: 10-10 2; 10-23 1
           86: 12-11 1
-, grading system of 83: 10-6 1
Department of Family and Consumer Sciences
           90: 3-8 10
           95: 2-2 9
           96: 10-17 10
-, adoption of name of 87: 12-10 1
-, trip to Europe by 92: 2-13 12
Department of Financial Aid 97: 10-2 2
Department of Foreign Language, computers in 84: 1-26 4
Department of Foreign Languages
           81: 9-17 7
           82: 11-18 1
           85: 4-2 1
           89: 1-12 2
-, effect of budget cuts on 87: 1-29 1
-, France study seminar of 89: 2-9 2; 2-16 2
-, Mexico study seminar of 89: 1-19 2; 1-26 2; 2-2 2; 2-9 2; 2-16 2
Department of Geography
           76: 9-29 8
           84: 6-21 5
           90: 11-20 6
           2001: 11-8 7
-, academic review of 86: 3-13 2; 11-13 1
-, effect of budget cuts on 87: 1-29 1
Department of Geography and Earth Science, tour to China, malayasia and Thailand by 92: 11-
           12 14; 11-18 12; 12-10 15
Department of Geology 86: 7-10 1
Department of Health, Educatioon, and Welfare, receipt of grant from 73: 5-3 6
Department of Health, Physical Education and Recreation 96: 10-17 10
Department of History
           81: Spring 1981 Encounter 10
           82: 10-14 5
           83: 10-13 9
-, effect of budget cuts on 87: 1-29 4
-, sponsorship of film festival by 78: 1-19 4
-, workshop sponsored by 77: 10-27 3
Department of Home Economics
           77: 11-10 1
           82: 4-29 1
           83: 4-14 6
           84: 11-8 2; 11-13 3
           87: 12-10 1
-, development of new curriculum by 86: 9-11 2
-, effect of budget cuts on 87: 1-29 4
-, grant received by 88: 9-98 13
-, aging workshop sponsored by 77: 11-10 3
Department of Industrial Arts 74: 4-18 3
Department of Industrial Education
           74: 1-31 4; 3-21 8; 4-4 8
          77: 10-20 12; 12-1 8
          81: 6-18 1
          83: 9-22 1; 9-29 1
-, workshops offered by 85: 6-25 8; 7-23 5
Department of Industrial Technology
          86: 10-9 4
          88: 11-17 6
          92: 4-9 6
          2001: 10-11 1
          2002: 12-5 2
-, accreditation of 2002: 12-12 11
-, effect of budget cuts on 87: 1-29 4
-, grant received by
          86: 7-8 3
          88: 9-8 13
-, new lab in 86: 7-31 6
-, recruitment of women by 89: 11-16 4
Department of International Student Affairs 2000: 9-7 1
Department of Journalism, effect of budget cuts on 87: 1-29 1
-, reunion of 88: 10-12 12
Department of Journalism and Mass Communication
          93: 1-28 10
          95: 3-30 9
          98: 9-3 1; 9-10 10
-, creation of 89: 7-13 1
Department of Management/Marketing
          92: 9-3 11
          97: 9-25 7
-, picnic of 96: 9-12 4, 12
Department of Mathematics
          78: 4-6 1; 11-2 9
          88: 11-3 4
-, donation by Eaton Corporation to 86: 7-8 8
Department of Mathematics and Statistics 86; 7-10 1
-, formation of 84: 9-6 1, 3
Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, breakup of 84: 9-6 1, 3
Department of Military Science
          73: 9-20 8
          77: 1-20 10
          79: 2-15 1; 2-22 3
          82: 10-7 1
          92: 3-12 12; 3-19 10
Department of Minority Special Services 74: 2-28 3
Department of Modern Languages 95: 10-5 7; 10-12 2
Department of Multicultural Student Affairs 2000: 9-7 1
Department of Music
          78: 5-4 9
          94: 1-20 2
          95: 12-7 2
-, accreditation of 92: 2-6 11
-, sponsorship of homecoming royalty candidate by 91: 10-3 1
Department of Music and Dance 95: 11-16 2
Department of Music and Performing Arts 2002: 9-26 6
Department of Nursing
          78: 5-4 5; 10-26 1
          82: 9-16 1
          83: 9-22 12
          86: 6-25 2
          88: 4-7 4
          90: 2-15 4; 7-12 4
Department of Physical Education
          74: 3-7 5
          79: 10-11 7
Department of Physical Education and Recreation 86: 7-17 1
Department of Physics 81: 2-19 5
-, computer network in 84: 7-19 1
-, effect of budget cuts on 87: 1-29 4
Department of Physics, receipt of grant by 78: 4-27 4
Department of Political Science 89: 11-9 4
Department of Political Science
          84: 4-5 8
          91: 11-14 10; 11-21 16; 12-5 16; 12-13 14
          92: 2-6 14; 2-13 12
          95: 4-27 15
          2002: 12-5 2
-, sponsorship of Tri-City Tour by 87: 12-10 2
-, study tour by
          85: 2-26 11; 12-12 2
          86: 11-13 2
          88: 1-28 6
Department of Professional Teacher Education
          86: 7-10 1
          91: 1-24 10
          94: 9-22 6
          2000: 9-14 1
-, creation of 86: 9-5 6
Department of Psychology
          75: 2-13 5
          76: 1-29 6; 9-2 7
          78: 3-8 12; 3-30 1, 4
          79: 3-22 3; 3-29 8
          80: 1-24 1; 11-13 5
          82: 4-1 3; 9-16 1; 11-11 4
          84: 2-23 6; 7-12 7
          87: 2-5 10
          90: 11-1 4
          91: 4-4 14
          99: 3-25 1
          2002: 11-7 2
-, computer lab in 89: 12-7 10
-, effect of budget cuts on 87: 1-29 1
Department of Public Safety
          95: 10-26 4
          96: 10-10 1; 12-12 2
          97: 2-6 1, 10; 9-4 5; 11-6 1
          98: 9-24 5; 10-1 2; 10-15 1; 10-29 1
          99: 1-28 3; 2-4 2, 7; 3-11 1; 4-15 1; 11-4 1
          2000: 10-26 1, 3
          2001: 4-5 8; 4-26 12; 9-27 8; 11-1 1
-, name change to 95: 8-24 9
Department of Social Work 92: 2-20 10
Department of Social Work and Sociology, academic program review of 86: 12-11 1
Department of Sociology 76: 0-14 1
-, assistance to Ord by 87: 2-26 4
-, effect of budget cuts on 87: 1-29 1
-, receipt of grant by 77: 10-6 3
Department of Sociology and Social Sciences, academic review of 85: 10-23 1
Department of Special Education
          81: 10-29 5
          82: 11-11 6
          86: 7-10 1
          95: 10-12 2
-, grant received by 84: 12-6 9
-, workshops offered by 77: 4-14 8
Department of Special Education and Communication Disorders
          86: 7-10 1
          96: 4-18 2; 4-25 2
Department of Speech
          77: 6-30 3
          87: 10-22 6
-, effect of budget cuts on 87: 1-29 4
Department of Speech and Communications 86: 7-10 1
Department of Speech and Language, receipt of grant by 83: 1-20 5
Department of Speech Communication 86: 7-10 1
-, academic review of 86: 3-13 2
Department of Speech Communication and Theater Arts
          90: 3-8 11
          98: 2-26 1; 9-10 10
Department of Speech Communications 85: 3-26 2; 3-28 2
Department of Speech Pathology 80: 9-18 8
Department of Student Teaching
          78: 2-23 3; 3-30 6
          86: 7-10 1
          Department of Teacher Education
          2000: 9-14 1
          2002: 2-28 2
Department of Telecommunications 86: 5-8 1; 9-5 1
Department of the Month 2002: 9-5 2; 10-10 1, 2; 11-7 2; 12-5 2
Department of Theater (Theatre)
          84: 4-26 7
          88: 7-21 5; 8-4 4
          89: 9-7 12
          94: 10-27 6
          98: 9-3 1; 9-10 10
          2001: 10-4 11
-, accreditation of 92: 10-29 13
-, study tour of 88: 12-8 1
Department of Travel and Tourism 89: 4-12 13
Departmental Teaching Award 99: 3-25 1
Department of Veterans Affairs 80: 8-28 4
Department of Vocal Music 82: 9-23 7
Department of Vocational Education, receipt of grant by
          77: 3-17 3
          91: 10-3 10
DePaul University 99: 11-4 1; 11-18 1
DePrenger, Tom (see also Depringer)(sometimes Deprenger)
          77: 5-5 10
          79: 3-1 5 (P); 3-15 1
depression (psychology)
         93: 12-9 9
         97: 4-24 11
-, free screening for 94: 9-29 10
Deprez, Brian 94: 11-10 12
-, Harold Jr 92: 12-10 15
Depringer, Tom (see also DePrenger) 77: 3-31 9 (P)
 „Der blaue Engel‟ (film) 95: 11-11 2; 11-16 2
derailments 84: 10-9 3
DeRarchey, Jen 2002: 11-7 1
Derickson, Trina 93: 1-28 6, 11; 2-4 1; 2-11 11; 2-18 6; 2-25 6; 3-4 9; 3-18 9; 4-1 6; 4-8 3, 6; 9-16
         3; 12-9 9
Dernberger, Al 72: 2-10 3
DeRoos, Trisha 93: 3-11 1
DeRouchun, Jen 2000: 10-5 2 (P)
Derr, Meg
         87: 4-16 6
         89: 5-4 1
-, Terry 77: 12-1 7
Dertien, Jim 80: 9-11 4
DeRum, Liz 81: 9-24 1
-, Pete 81: 9-24 1
Derveau, Scott (Darveau?) 2001: 9-27 2
Derwinski, Edward 91: 1-24 1
Desai, Manisha
         2000: 9-7 1 (P), 8
         2001: 3-1 2 (P)
-, Ushoma 2000: 9-7 1 (P)
Desare, Armando 93: 9-30 8 (P)
Deschard, Anne-Marie 71: 3-11 3
Deschars, Marie-Christien 71: 3-18 2 (P)
Descouens, Claude
         71: 12-16 3
         72: 3-16 4
desegregation 74: 10-10 5
Deselms, Don
         80: 11-20 1
         84: 11-1 7
Desert Fax 90: 11-1 2
Desert Field Study
         79: 3-22 3; 3-29 10
         80: 3-27 4; 11-13 6; 12-4 4
         81: 12-10 1
         82: 4-22 1; 12-2 4
         84: 12-6 6
         87: 1-29 2
         88: 2-4 2; 2-11 2
         89: 1-12 4
         90: 2-15 8; 2-22 6
         91: 2-14 4
         92: 3-5 9
         93: 2-11 12; 2-18 12; 2-25 10; 3-4 10
         94: 2-10 2
         96: 2-8 4
         98: 1-15 2; 1-22 2; 1-29 2; 2-5 2; 2-12 2; 2-19 2; 2-26 2; 3-5 2
         99: 2-11 2
         2001: 2-15 1
         2002: 1-31 2; 2-7 8
Desert Storm (team name) 91: 3-7 9
Deshimaru, Keiko
         96: 10-17 8
         2001: 9-13 9
DeShon, Trisha (Tricia)
         99: 2-4 3
         2000: 4-27 1, 6
Design, Photography, Illustration (DPI) Program 94: 4-28 6
designated hitter rule 75: 9-18 9; 9-25 11
Designer Craft (business) 95: 2-2 9
Desler, Diane 73: 4-12 5
Desmond, Dan
         77: 12-1 10; 12-8 12
         78: 1-26 7; 2-2 11; 2-16 6; 2-23 9; 3-8 10; 11-16 11; 11-30 8; 12-7 15; 12-14 11
         79: 1-11 10; 1-18 9; 1-26 9; 2-1 15; 2-15 9; 3-1 12; 3-15 10
         80: 1-31 7
-, Jennifer 94: 10-27 3 LTE
-, John J 72: 4-20 3 LTE
-, Rhonda 83: 12-8 6
 „Desperate Measures‟ (film) 98: 2-5 10
„Desperately Seeking Susan‟ (film) 91: 9-26 11
Desroches, Shawn 93: 4-22 13
Dester, Carolyn 80: 10-9 3
Deter, Bob
         79: 11-15 10 (P); 12-13 3
         80: 9-18 11; 11-20 9
Deterding, Christi 91: 4-25 2 (P)
Determan, Amy
         87: 10-22 9; 11-19 8
         89: 3-16 8; 10-19 8; 11-16 8; 11-30 7; 12-14 8
         90: 1-18 9 (P); 1-25 8; 2-1 7; 2-8 8 (P); 11-1 8; 12-6 7; 12-13 7
         91: 1-17 7; 2-7 7; 2-14 7; 2-21 9 (P)
-, Joe (see also Determen)
         89: 9-14 8
         90: 2-15 11 (P); 9-6 8 (P); 9-13 7, 9 (P); 9-20 10; 9-27 7; 10-4 7; 10-11 7; 10-25 9 (P); 11-
                 1 4; 11-8 10; 11-15 5 (P)
         91: 4-18 1; 8-29 3 (P)
Determen, Joe (see also Determan) 89: 9-21 8; 9-28 9; 10-5 7; 10-12 7; 11-2 7; 11-9 7
-, Larry 90: 2-22 1
Dethlefs, Kay 77: 12-8 8
-, Neal 78: 4-27 1
Detra, Randy 80: 3-13 1
Detsch, Christel
         79: 2-1 10
         87: 11-5 3; 11-19 3
         98: 11-19 5
-, Richard (Dick)
         77: 9-1 6
         79: 2-1 10; 10-28 1; 11-1 1; 11-8 6
         80: 4-24 5
         82: 10-7 6; 10-14 5; 11-18 1
         83: 2-3 5; 9-8 5
         84: 9-6 2; 9-13 2; 10-4 5 LTE; 12-11 12 (P)
         85: 2-12 17; 2-21 1 (P); 3-5 5 LTE
         86: 5-8 2, 7; 9-18 3 LTE
         87: 10-8 3 (P), 4; 10-22 3 (P); 12-3 3 (P)
         88: 1-14 3 (P); 3-24 3 (P); 4-7 3 (P); 4-14 3 (P); 5-5 3 (P); 6-23 4 (P); 6-30 6 (P); 7-14 4
                  (P); 7-21 6 (P); 7-28 6 (P); 9-1 5 (P); 10-12 2
         89: 3-16 2; 3-30 2; 4-6 2, 16; 4-13 2; 4-27 2; 5-4 2; 6-22 2; 9-28 6; 10-5 6; 10-12 6; 11-9 3
                  LTE
         90: 4-5 6; 4-12 6; 6-21 6
         91: 4-11 10
         93: 9-30 12; 10-7 16; 10-14 14
         94: 11-10 12
         95: 10-5 6; 10-12 2
         97: 1-23 1; 3-6 2; 3-13 2
         2000: 4-20 4
-, receipt of grant by 87: 5-7 10
Detterling, Robert 72: 3-9 1
Dettke, Brian 97: 2-13 6
Dettmer, Doug 96: 9-12 2 (P)
-, Lauri
         96: 9-26 2
         2000: 2-3 2 (P)
DeTurk, Dave 82: 3-18 4
Detweiler, Shelly 97: 10-30 2 (P)
Deulen, Mike 2000: 3-2 6; 3-23 6
Deutsch, Amanda 2001: 1-18 4; 1-25 4; 2-1 1; 2-8 4; 2-22 4; 3-1 4; 3-29 9; 4-5 9; 4-12 9; 4-19 4;
         4-26 6
-, Tera 93: 10-14 5 (P)
Devan, Jean 76: 6-24 8
Devaney, Bob
         73: 10-11 1
         74: 1-17 4
         87: 8-27 7
         88: 7-14 7; 7-28 7
         89: 6-15 7
         90: 6-28 7 (P)
         91: 7-18 1
         95: 3-16 1
Devault, James (Jim)
         92: 10-29 14
         93: 4-8 10
-, Lisa
         91: 12-13 1, 3
         92: 1-23 3; 1-30 3; 2-6 3; 2-13 3; 2-20 3; 2-27 3; 3-5 3; 3-12 3; 3-19 3; 4-2 3; 4-9 3; 4-16
                  3; 4-23 3; 4-30 3
Deveaux, Charlie 82: 9-30 8 (P)
„Developing a Website Resume‟ 2000: 2-3 2
„Developing Career Opportunities: Federal and State Government Job Listings‟ (workshop) 94:
         10-27 12
Development Center for Handicapped Children 76: 11-4 6
Development Council
         90: 8-30 16
         91: 1-31 6
Development Disabilities Project 76: 9-29 9
Developmental Day Care Center 71: 10-7 1
Developmental Disabilities Information and Referral System 74: 9-26 5
Deveny, Mary 72: 4-27 4 (P)
Devere, Daniel 85: 9-12 1
Deverede, Alberto Luis 71: 4-20 11, 12
Devereux, Chantel
         87: 3-26 6; 10-29 4 (P)
         88: 3-17 6
„Devil‟s Advocate‟ (film) see „The Devil‟s Advocate‟ (film)
Devine, Terry (Terri)
         81: 10-29 8; 12-3 1
         82: 4-22 5 (P); 11-11 7 (P)
Devlin, Bo 83: 10-13 1
Devolt, Julie 75: 4-24 5
Devon, Nick 98: 10-1 9
Devor, Mike 78: 3-8 10
Devore, Cindy
         76: 1-15 1
         78: 3-8 3
-, Mike 78: 1-19 7
Devoy, Ann 80: 7-24 1 (P)
DeVries, Jill
         97: 9-4 6
         99: 1-21 5; 1-28 5
deVries, Jon 80: 5-1 8
Devries, Kort 90: 9-20 6
DeVries, Mari Lyn (Mary Lyn)
         89: 4-20 7; 11-16 8; 12-14 8
         90: 1-18 9; 12-6 9 (P)
         91: 1-17 7 (P); 1-31 7; 2-7 7; 12-5 7; 12-13 7
         92: 1-23 7, 9; 1-30 7; 2-13 7; 2-20 7; 3-5 7
         93: 1-21 7, 8 (P), 10; 1-28 9 (P); 2-4 7; 2-11 9; 2-18 7 (P); 2-25 7; 3-4 7; 3-11 8 (P)
DeWalt, Vicky 2000: 9-21 4
Dewey, Tonya 96: 2-15 2 (P)
DeWind, Darline (Darla, Darlene) 83: 9-22 16; 9-29 9; 10-6 9
Dewindt, E Mandell
         71: 3-11 1; 3-25 1; 4-15 1 (P); 4-20 10 (P), 12; 4-22 1; 4-29 1
         74: 4-1 2
DeWitt, Jim 73: 9-13 7
Dewitt, James (Jim)
         73: 7-19 3
         74: 5-2 7; 9-26 5
-, John (sometimes DeWitt) 71: 4-29 5; 9-23 4
-, Mary (sometimes DeWitt) (see also De Witt) 71: 1-14 4; 2-18 6; 9-23 5; 12-2 4
Deyle, Gail
         73: 2-1 10; 3-1 4; 4-19 2 LTE
         75: 10-17 4
-, Jeanne 71: 2-18 6; 10-14 4; 10-28 6 (P)
-, Ted 92: 11-5 5 (P)
-, Walt 72: 4-6 3
Deyo, Jeff 2000: 10-12 4
Dharmaputra, Garnawan 72: 3-10 9 (P), 11
Diab, Salim
         71: 5-6 2
         72: 4-27 1
diabetes
         84: 10-23 8
         85: 2-28 8
         89: 11-16 5
diabetes screening 89: 11-16 6
Diabetes Support Group
          89: 9-7 6; 9-14 6; 11-16 6
          90: 3-1 6; 3-29 6; 4-12 6; 4-26 6; 9-20 4; 10-4 12; 11-1 12; 11-8 12; 11-15 14
Diabetes Support Group 91: 1-24 10; 2-7 14; 2-14 10; 2-21 12; 3-7 10; 3-14 10; 4-18 12; 9-19 11
Diabetic Support Group
          84: 10-23 8; 11-6 2; 12-11 2
          89: 12-7 6
          90: 2-1 6; 2-15 5
Diagne, Pathe 74: 4-4 5
Dial-A-Date Service 80: 1-10 5
Dial-A-Dog (charity program) 94: 4-7 1
DIALOG (computer search service)
          76: 4-29 4
          87: 11-12 10
Diamond Dolls
          86: 9-25 2
          87: 4-30 7; 10-1 2; 10-8 2
          88: 2-18 2
          89: 1-19 7; 4-27 10
Diamond Girls 85: 9-19 2
Diamond Jubilee 80: 1-17 1; 2-14 4; 5-1 5, 8; 6-19 1; 6-26 5; 8-28 1; 9-4 1; 9-11 3, 8; 9-25 1, 2, 3,
                  4; 9-25 Encounter 6, 7, 8; 10-2 1, 6
-, schedule of events for 80: 7-24 4; 9-25 Encounter 3
Diamond Jubilee Film Festival 80: 10-16 6; 11-13 3
Diamond Jubilee mugs 81: 3-5 1
Diamond Jubilee Tree Project 80: 3-27 5; 7-10 7
Diamond Mine Lounge 86: 4-3 5
Diamond Wheel 88: 2-4 13
Diamond Wheel Skating Rink (business)
          85: 2-12 3; 2-26 1; 4-16 2; 4-18 2; 4-23 2; 4-25 2; 4-30 2; 9-19 2
          86: 4-3 5
          87: 3-5 2; 3-9 2; 3-26 2
„Diamonds Are Forever‟ (film) 85: 12-12 2
Diaz, Arnold 97: 3-20 5 (P)
-, Lewanda 99: 9-2 1
-, Rolando
          97: 9-4 6, 10, 11 (P); 9-18 1, 4; 9-25 1; 11-6 1; 12-4 1
          98: 2-5 1, 4; 2-26 1; 4-2 4; 9-24 1
          2000: 1-27 1 (P), 4
-, Silvia 91: 10-17 4 (P)
-, Valentine 2002: 2-14 7
Diaz-Hopping, Mary Lou 83: 2-17 6
Diaz-Villalobos, Sandra 2001: 9-27 9
Dick, Darla
          78: 2-2 1; 10-5 8; 11-30 1
          79: 2-15 8
-, Everett 73: 4-19 3; 4-26 1
-, George S
          73: 4-26 5
          80: 6-19 5
          83: 9-8 4 (P)
          91: 7-3 12
-, Philip K 90: 4-12 2
Dick Hill Ford (business) 81: 2-12 3
Dicke, Henry (Hank)
          78: 8-31 11; 9-7 10; 9-21 1, 8; 10-5 15; 10-12 13; 11-2 11; 11-9 12; 11-16 1; 12-7 15
         79: 1-11 1, 4; 1-18 1; 1-26 1; 2-1 1, 3; 2-22 10; 3-15 11; 3-22 13; 4-5 13; 4-12 9; 4-26 7;
                  5-3 13; 8-30 1; 9-13 13; 9-27 1; 10-4 4
         80: 3-6 1; 3-13 8; 4-3 9; 4-17 8; 4-24 10; 5-1 11; 7-3 8; 9-18 11; 11-6 3; 11-13 9; 12-4 4
         81: 3-5 8; 3-26 7; 4-2 8, 9; 4-9 10; 4-23 9, 10; 4-30 10; 5-7 8; 9-10 11; 9-24 10; 10-22 9;
                  11-12 9; 12-10 5
         82: 1-28 7; 3-25 7; 4-1 9, 10; 4-15 6; 4-22 9 (P); 6-17 7; 9-30 13
         83: 1-20 1; 1-27 7; 3-3 8; 3-17 7; 3-31 8; 4-14 7; 4-21 7; 4-28 8; 5-5 8, 9; 7-21 7; 9-29 4;
                  11-10 10
         84: 3-1 10; 5-3 12; 9-20 13; 10-2 6; 10-11 16
Dicke, Shauna 88: 11-3 4 (P)
Dickens, Nick (Nicholas)
         97: 4-24 2 (P); 9
         98: 2-19 2 (P)
Dickenson, Vicki 92: 11-12 6
Dickey, Bill 78: 12-7 11
-, Bob 78: 3-16 8
-, Earl 95: 9-28 11
Dickey Dugan‟s (business) see Dicky Dugan‟s Saloon and Dance Hall (business)
Dickey Dugan‟s Dance Hall (business) see Dicky Dugan‟s Saloon and Dance Hall (business)
Dickey Dugan‟s Dance Hall and Saloon (business) see Dicky Dugan‟s Saloon and Dance Hall
         (business)
Dickinson, Amy 2000: 4-20 6
Dickmeyer, Gary
         72: 2-24 4
         73: 1-18 3
-, Kim 71: 9-30 5
Dickson, Debbie 73: 9-13 3 (P)
Dickson Hall 83: 4-28 Accent 5
Dicky Dugan‟s (business) see Dicky Dugan‟s Saloon and Dance Hall (business)
Dicky Dugan‟s Dance Hall and Saloon (business) see Dicky Dugan‟s Saloon and Dance Hall
         (business)
Dicky Dugan‟s Saloon (business) see Dicky Dugan‟s Saloon and Dance Hall (business)
Dicky Dugan‟s Saloon and Dance Hall (business)
         73: 6-28 2; 7-12 2; 8-30 1
         74: 2-7 6
         75: 9-18 1
         76: 2-19 1
         77: 2-24 1
         78: 2-16 1; 10-26 Encounter 11; 11-2 7
         79: 1-26 7; 1-26 Encounter 2, 3, 5; 4-5 6
         80: 9-11 1
         81: Spring 1981 Encounter 3, 5; 6-18 7; 9-10 1
         83: 2-1 1
         84: 2-23 6
         85: 11-7 1
         86: 4-3 5
         87: 4-16 6
Dideon, Cynthia 79: 9-20 3
Didier, Gary 77: 4-21 7 (P)
Didrickson, W V 80: 11-20 Encounter 5
„Die Fledermaus‟ (operetta)
         73: 5-3 1
         93: 4-1 10
„Die Weisse Rose‟ (film) 96: 1-25 2
Diederich, Chad
         88: 10-12 1; 11-10 1; 12-8 1
         89: 1-19 1; 1-26 1
Diedrichsen, Ethel 76: 4-15 1
Dieger, Shawn 2002: 12-12 6
Diehl, Andrea 96: 4-11 2 (P)
Diehl, Becky 73: 1-25 8
-, Mark
         71: 2-25 4
         72: 1-20 4; 5-4 3
Diener, Mary Ann 72: 3-23 3 (P)
Dienes, Jenny (see also Deines) 2001: 10-4 6
Dier, Jimi 78: 5-4 15
-, Richard (Dick)
         71: 5-13 2
         72: 1-13 1
         75: 1-23 3
         79: 9-20 1; 10-11 4
Dierks, „Cap‟ 89: 3-2 1
Diers, Alison (Allison)
         97: 11-20 4
         98: 1-29 5; 2-26 6
         99: 2-25 8
-, Deb
         78: 9-14 3; 10-5 4; 11-30 3
         79: 1-18 6, 7; 2-1 3; 2-8 6; 2-22 8; 8-30 6
         80: 5-1 3
-, Kirk
         80: 1-24 3
         83: 1-20 4
-, Pam 71: 2-11 4
-, Sue 83: 11-17 7 (P)
Diestler, Justin 95: 4-13 11 (P)
-, K C
         81: 4-2 3
         87: 4-16 8
-, Karen
         76: 9-2 8
         78: 2-9 1
diet 95: 10-5 4
Diet Center
         87: 2-5 5
         94: 1-27 11
Diet Coke 96: 2-29 6
diet drugs 97: 10-2 1
dietetics, degree in 72: 7-13 1; 8-31 9
Dietetics Club
         75: 10-30 5
         76: 3-4 4
         77: 3-3 3
         81: 3-19 1; 3-26 3
         82: 3-4 4
         83: 3-31 6; 11-10 1
Dietetics Program 71: 9-16 6
-, receipt of grant by 74: 7- 18 3
dieting
         75: 10-2 4
         79: 10-11 6
         82: 3-4 4; 3-25 6
         87: 2-5 5
         88: 7-21 7
Dietrich, Beth 2002: 4-18 9
Diets, James 92: 9-17 16
Dietz, Carl 80: 3-27 Encounter 5
-, Herb 78: 10-5 8
-, Michelle 87: 7-2 1
-, Nicole 2002: 4-25 8
-, Sam 85: 4-2 7
-, Stu (Stuart)
         96: 1-25 6; 2-2 10
         98: 12-3 4
-, Susan 97: 9-25 7
-, William 71: 10-7 1
Dietze, Burt 72: 3-23 6
Diffendal, Robert 2002: 11-21 8
„Different Light‟ (recording) 86: 4-24 2
Dightman, Greg 87: 9-3 3 (P)
Digilio, V Rodger 71: 4-20 9 (P), 11, 12
DiGiovani, Nicole (see also DiGiovanni) 93: 2-25 1
DiGiovanni, Nicole (see also DiGiovani)
         92: 9-24 2; 10-1 1
         93: 9-2 11 (P)
digital editor (device) 94: 11-10 10
Dilahay, Tony (see also Dellahay, Dillehay) 85: 2-12 3; 2-26 9
Dilemma of Modern Liberalism 91: 4-25 10
Dill, Kevin M
         89: 5-4 3, 5, 15; 9-7 3 (P); 9-14 3; 9-21 3; 9-28 3; 10-5 3, 9; 10-12 1, 3, 4; 10-19 3; 11-2
                   3; 11-9 3; 11-16 3, 9; 11-30 3; 12-7 3; 12-14 3
         90: 1-18 3; 1-25 3; 2-1 3; 2-8 3; 2-15 1 (P), 3; 2-22 3, 11; 3-1 3; 3-8 3; 3-29 3; 4-5 3, 5; 4-
                   12 3; 4-19 3, 5; 4-26 3; 8-30 3; 9-6 3; 9-13 3; 9-20 3, 11; 9-27 3; 10-4 3, 5 (P), 6;
                   10-11 3, 11; 10-25 1, 3; 11-1 2, 3, 9; 11-8 1, 3, 11; 11-15 1, 3, 4; 11-20 3; 12-6 3;
                   12-13 3, 8 (P)
-, Kristen 88: 5-5 1; 9-8 1
Dillard, Carlos
         74: 10-24 7; 11-14 8; 12-19 5
         75: 1-23 6; 1-30 5; 2-13 7, 9 (P); 5-8 8; 8-29 12; 10-23 6; 12-4 8; 12-11 9; 12-18 6, 7
         76: 1-15 6; 1-22 4; 1-29 5; 2-5 9; 2-19 6; 2-26 8; 3-4 6
         77: 3-17 7 (P)
         79: 2-1 6; 3-1 3
-, Duane 76: 3-4 6
Dillchay, Tony (see also Dellahay, Dillehay) 91: 11-7 6
Dille, Aaron 97: 4-24 2 (P)
Dillehay, Tony (see also Dellahay, Dilahay)
         78: 4-20 10
         79: 9-6 5; 10-11 7 (P); 11-8 1
         80: 1-10 1; 3-13 4; 5-1 1; 8-28 3; 11-20 1, 6; 12-4 5 (P)
         81: 2-19 5; 9-24 4
         82: 2-4 6
         83: 1-20 5
         84: 3-1 1; 11-15 2 (P)
         86: 1-30 1
         91: 12-5 4
Dillen, Dana (see also Dillion, Dillon) 74: 2-14 4
Dilley, Keith 83: 2-3 9
Dillman, Darci
         88: 2-25 1; 3-17 1; 3-24 1; 4-21 6; 9-29 6
         89: 2-2 1; 3-2 1; 9-7 1 (P), 2; 9-21 2; 10-12 1; 10-19 2
         90: 2-22 1; 4-19 1; 5-3 1
-, Debra 89: 10-19 2
-, Renee
         78: 1-26 1
         79: 1-26 3
-, Sarah 2000: 8-31 6
Dillion, Dana (see also Dillen, Dillon) 74: 2-28 1; 4-25 4
Dillon, Bob 74: 9-26 5
-, Dana B (see also Dillen, Dillion)
         72: 9-14 3; 9-21 4; 10-12 4; 11-30 4
         73: 1-11 1; 1-18 7; 9-13 1
         74: 9-26 5; 12-12 5
         75: 1-23 1 (P)
         79: 12-6 8
-, Lori 78: 10-12 5 (P)
-, Teresa 86: 9-11 2; 9-18 9; 9-25 2; 10-2 1, 6; 10-30 1; 11-6 6; 11-13 4; 12-4 1
Dilly, Lyle 71: 10-14 3
DiLorenzo, Tom 94: 10-6 12; 10-13 14
DiMartino, David 2001: 10-11 9
Dimmit, Eddie (see also Dimmitt) 87: 11-12 2 (P)
Dimmitt, Eddie (see also Dimmit)
         87: 3-5 2
         88: 1-14 8
Dineen, Bernie
         75: 3-13 3
         77: 3-24 7
         79: 10-25 Encounter 8 (P)
-, Danny 80: 3-27 3
-, Frank
         71: 9-9 3
         84: 10-9 3
         95: 1-26 12
-, Peggy 83: 10-13 2
Dines, Cheryl 85: 9-19 5
Dinges, Jeanette 85: 4-2 7
Dingle, Alice 85: 4-2 6
Dingley, Matt 92: 4-16 4 (P)
Dingman, Don 71: 10-28 4
Dingwell, James 98: 4-23 7
Dingwerth, Jim 73: 10-25 4
-, Joe
         76: 4-15 2 LTE
         77: 6-30 2 LTE
         81: 4-23 5
-, John 77: 5-5 7 (P)
dining, options offered for upperclassmen 73: 5-10 8
Dining Survey 78: 4-6 5
Dininger, Deb (see also Deininger) 74: 3-7 4
Dinklage, Mary 73: 9-27 8
Dinner Under the Trees 77: 3-31 5
„Dinner‟s In The Blender‟ (play) 88: 3-17 2
Dinsmore, Ann 76: 4-1 6; 4-15 1
-, John N
          71: 3-11 4; 5-13 1
          72: 3-10 2; 6-22 1; 8-31 5; 9-14 7; 11-9 12; 11-30 8
          73: 1-25 5 (P); 2-1 6; 3-1 5; 3-22 4; 3-29 1; 4-3 2; 4-12 10
          74: 9-26 4 (P)
          75: 2-27 1; 7-24 5; 10-2 5
          76: 3-25 8; 10-7 7; 11-4 1
          77: 1-13 1; 2-17 8; 11-10 8; 1-22 6
          78: 12-7 1
          79: 1-18 3; 2-1 3; 3-1 7; 11-8 3
          80: 3-27 5
          81: 6-25 3; 11-12 7
          82: 2-25 1; 7-15 5 (P); 7-29 1; 10-14 4
          84: 2-16 8; 7-26 3
          85: 6-18 4
          86: 10-2 5 (P)
          87: 12-10 4
          88: 11-17 1
          90: 2-22 4
          91: 9-26 6
          92: 9-17 13
          93: 3-4 1 (P)
          94: 3-3 2
          96: 2-2 4
- -, display of fiber art by 88: 1-28 10
- -, grant received by 86: 4-17 2 (P)
-, Julie
          82: 2-4 4
          84: 12-11 14
          94: 11-17 2
Diocesan Liturgical Commission 81: 11-5 6
Dionne, Richard
          2001: 11-15 5, 6; 11-29 6; 12-6 5; 12-13 7
          2002: 1-24 5, 6; 2-7 6; 2-14 5; 2-28 5; 3-7 1, 5; 10-31 5
diplomas 97: 12-11 1, 5
-, last KSC 91: 5-2 1
-, UNK 91: 8-29 15
Diplomats
          88: 2-25 6
          91: 10-24 4
          96: 2-22 2
          97: 3-13 2; 3-20 2; 11-13 2
          98: 3-19 2; 4-2 2; 12-10 12
Dippel, Joanna 94: 3-3 2 (P)
Dips-N-Duds (business) 88: 2-4 13
Dircksen, Pam 71: 3-18 4; 4-1 3; 4-20 16
Dire Straits (group) 85: 8-29 10
„Direct Encounter With the Arts‟ (course) 77: 7-21 6
Direct Mail Marketing Association 80: 12-11 Encounter 5
Direct Marketing Association 90: 12-6 19
Direct Marketing Club 90: 12-6 19
„Directions‟ (art work)
          74: 8-29 4
          82: 4-29 9
Director of City Relations (Student Senate position) 94: 2-3 1
Dirks, Denise 97: 4-10 10
-, Shea
         92: 9-24 2 (P)
         95: 3-16 13
Dirks, Steve 71: 3-25 3; 5-13 4; 9-30 5
Dirkschneider, Kip 92: 2-27 4 (P)
„Dirty Dancing‟ (film) 88: 5-5 2; 6-23 2; 8-25 2
„Dirty Harry‟ (film) 86: 3-7 2
Dirty Work (band) 93: 4-15 5
Disabled American Veterans 74: 6-27 1
Disability Awareness Week
         94: 9-22 1
         95: 9-14 2; 9-21 2; 9-28 2
         97: 1-23 1; 11-6 1, 2, 4; 11-13 2
         98: 11-12 1
         99: 11-4 2; 11-11 2; 11-18 2, 8
         2001: 11-1 2; 12-13 3
         2002: 11-14 2; 11-21 1, 2, 8
Disario, Dennis
         71: 9-9 1
         73: 2-22 5; 9-13 5
         74: 6-27 1; 8-29 1
Disbrow, Dennis 78: 4-27 5
disc golf 2000: 4-6 5
disc jockeys
         79: 1-26 Encounter 2
         86: 10-9 5
Disco Dance 81: 1-22 3
discotheques 79: 1-26 Encounter 2, 4, 5, 6
„Discover Your Interest‟ (workshop) 88: 4-7 2
„Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie‟ (film) 74: 1-17 5
discrimination
         95: 4-27 1
         96: 10-24 1
discrimination against women
         75: 2-20 1
         86: 2-27 12
Dishman, Archie 89: 5-4 8
-, Eric R 97: 9-25 3
-, Theresa 92: 2-6 12
Dishon, Gerald
         76: 9-2 8; 12-9 3
         77: 9-1 8
Dishong, Michelle 88: 2-11 1; 2-25 1; 3-17 3 LTE
Disney, Machelle (Michelle)
         95: 8-31 2 (P)
         96: 1-25 7; 2-2 8; 2-22 8; 3-7 8; 9-19 9 (P)
         97: 1-30 6
-, Walt 2001: 12-13 13
Disney World, summer internship at 86: 9-18 6, 10
displaced homemakers 80: 2-28 6
display racks, construction by industrial education students of 77: 10-6 14
Dissmeyer, Amy
         93: 9-16 12 (P)
         96: 9-26 1 (P)
-, Clark 93: 3-18 3 LTE
distance learning
         99: 11-11 1
          2001: 2-22 1
distant learning (sic) 92: 2-6 12
Distinctive Student Program
          80: 7-10 1
          81: 7-30 4
Distinctive Student Registration 92: 9-3 5
Distinguished Alumni Awards
          77: 10-6 3
          2002: 10-10 1, 2
Distinguished Military Graduate Award 73: 1-11 5
Distinguished Military Student Award 73: 1-11 5
Distinguished Service Awards
          71: 5-20 1
          76: 9-9 8
          83: 5-5 1
          85: 6-18 4, 6
          91: 12-13 1
Distinguished Tutor Award 2002: 4-18 2
distributive education, workshop in 74: 7-26 3
District Music Contest 71: 4-22 3
District Youth Council 82: 10-28 7
disturbing the peace, KPD policy on calls re 83: 9-8 10
Ditch, Jane
          74: 12-5 6; 12-19 5
          75: 3-6 6; 10-9 9
          76: 4-29 7
-, Jo 95: 11-30 11
Ditka, Mike 93: 4-1 11
Ditsch, Christina 98: 4-30 2
Ditson, Cathy (Kathy)
          87: 10-29 1
          89: 1-26 1
Dittman, Alice 93: 4-15 10
Dittmer, Debbie 78: 7-20 1
-, Dodee (DeeDee) (see also Dittner)
          74: 10-10 3
          75: 5-8 8
-, Kevin 97: 9-4 12 (P)
-, Sheree (Sherae)
          83: 7-21 1
          84: 6-28 4
Dittner, Dodee (see also Dittmer) 75: 4-24 7
Dittrick, Nancy 82: 9-2 4 (P)
Divan, Elmer
          71: 9-16 2, 5; 10-21 1; 12-2 5
          72: 9-7 1; 9-14 7 (P); 10-26 1
-, John 73: 1-11 5
-, Sue 73: 5-3 8
Diversity: Towards a Better Understanding (workshop) 93: 11-4 2
diving
          90: 2-22 9
          2002: 2-7 5
Divis, Arnold R
          83: 11-10 7
          84: 6-14 6
-, Karen
          74: 11-14 4
          75: 5-1 8
divorce
          75: 3-13 4
          76: 4-23 4
          79: 3-22 Encounter 3; 4-12 5
-, seminar on 76: 3-18 5
divorce laws 80: 2-14 5
Dix, Amy N
          2001: 3-29 7
          2002: 4-25 10; 9-26 2
-, Gary James 79: 3-29 1
-, Larry
          74: 3-7 8
          76: 7-22 7
          77: 3-31 6; 4-28 3
Dixon, Craig 96: 4-25 1
-, Kae
          77: 9-15 10
          78: 9-7 5; 10-5 8; 10-26 1
          79: 3-1 7
-, Katie 99: 10-7 2 (P)
-, Linda 72: 9-28 6 (P)
-, Mike 81; 4-23 9
Dizney (performer) 2002: 9-26 1
Djernes, Carolyn (Caroline)
          71: 1-7 3; 2-11 3 (P); 12-9 2 LTE
          72: 2-17 1; 2-24 4; 3-2 Supp 3 (P); 3-16 1; 4-6 1; 4-13 1; 5-4 1; 9-7 1 (P); 9-14 1; 9-21 1;
                    11-9 1
          73: 3-1 1; 4-12 1; 4-19 1; 4-26 1; 5-3 3; 5-10 1; 9-27 9 (P); 10-4 5
          74: 2-21 4
Dlouhy, Jennifer 77: 9-22 5
D‟Meza, Octavio 93: 3-18 5 (P)
Dmilaco Sports Fashions (business)
          90: 11-8 11
          91: 3-7 5
DNA testing 94: 11-17 6
„Do the News Media Tell the Truth?‟ (lecture) 78: 4-6 1
DO‟A (group) 78: 7-27 1
Doane College Theater 72: 3-2 4
Dobashi, Runa 2002: 4-25 10
Dobbe, Jim
          78: 12-7 14; 12-14 7
          79: 9-27 8; 11-8 8; 11-29 Encounter 3; 12-6 1
          80: 3-6 1; 9-25 1
-, Phillip L (Phil)
          76: 10-7 1; 10-14 3; 11-4 3; 11-18 1; 12-9 3, 5 (P)
          77: 3-17 2 LTE; 4-14 1
-, Scott 93: 4-1 2 (P)
-, Tom
          74: 10-3 4; 11-14 4
          75: 9-5 10, 11; 9-11 3, 6, 7; 9-25 11; 10-2 4, 7; 10-17 7; 10-23 7; 10-30 9; 11-6 8; 11-13
                    8, 9; 11-20 7; 12-4 1, 7; 12-11 10, 11; 12-18 7
          76: 2-5 1, 3, 6; 3-4 1, 6; 4-8 Spring 9; 4-15 4; 4-23 8; 5-6 2 (P); 9-2 1, 2, 11; 9-9 1, 2, 11;
                    9-16 1, 2, 8; 9-23 2; 9-29 2; 10-7 1, 2; 10-14 1, 2, 3; 10-21 2, 3; 11-4 2; 11-11 2;
                    11-18 2; 12-2 1, 2; 12-9 2
         77: 1-13 1, 2; 1-20 1, 2, 8; 1-27 1, 2; 2-3 1, 2, 8; 2-10 2, 6; 2-17 1, 2, 3; 2-24 2; 3-3 2; 3-
                 17 2, 7; 3-24 1, 2, 3, 9; 3-31 2; 4-7 2; 4-14 2; 4-21 2; 4-28 1, 2, 5, 9; 5-5 2, 3, 11
         78: 11-2 8
Dobberstein, Brenda
         77: 5-5 10
         79: 3-1 5 (P); 3-15 1; 5-3 9
-, Carol 72: 6-29 1; 7-27 8
-, Gina
         79: 11-29 5
         80: 10-23 1
-, Jed
         77: 12-1 10; 12-8 12
         78: 1-26 7; 2-2 11; 2-9 8; 2-16 6; 11-30 8; 12-7 15; 12-14 11
         79: 1-11 10; 1-18 9; 2-1 15; 2-8 9; 3-1 12; 3-15 10; 10-4 9; 11-15 10 (P); 11-29 7; 12-13
                 10
         80: 1-17 7; 1-24 8; 1-31 7; 2-7 9; 2-21 6; 3-6 7; 3-13 8 (P); 7-10 8; 9-18 11; 11-20 9; 12-4
                 11; 12-11 9
-, Jim 74: 1-17 1
Dobberstein Roofing 96: 9-26 1
Dobberstein, Chad 89: 2-16 4 (P)
-, Jed 81: 1-29 7; 2-5 9; 2-12 9 (P), 10; 2-19 8; 2-26 7; 3-19 8; 7-9 8
-, Jim 85: 1-29 12
Dobbins, Randy 76: 9-29 12
Dobbs, Jim 78: 11-16 1
-, Kevin 95: 9-28 8
Dobchuck, Carla (Karla) (see also Dobchuk)
         97: 9-11 5
         98: 4-16 5; 4-30 10; 9-10 7; 9-17 7, 8
         99: 4-22 5; 4-29 7; 9-9 5; 10-7 6; 10-28 5
         2000: 4-6 8; 4-20 9; 4-27 9 (P)
Dobchuk, Carla (see also Dobchuck)
         97: 9-4 8; 9-18 8; 10-2 5, 6; 10-9 5
         98: 4-2 6; 9-24 7; 10-1 7; 10-8 8
         99: 4-15 5; 9-2 6; 9-16 5; 10-14 5
         2000: 9-7 5; 9-28 7; 10-5 6; 10-12 5; 10-26 4
         2001: 4-5 5; 4-12 5, 6; 4-19 5; 4-26 8
Dobesh, Amy
         86: 4-24 8; 5-8 9
         87: 5-7 8
-, Dale (see also Dobish)
         71: 2-11 6; 2-18 8; 2-25 6; 3-4 6; 3-25 6; 4-15 4 (P); 4-22 6; 5-20 4, 6; 9-9 6; 9-16 8; 9-30
                 6; 10-7 6; 10-21 6; 10-28 8; 11-11 6; 11-18 6; 12-2 6; 12-9 8
         72: 1-20 6; 1-27 6; 3-2 6; 3-23 6
-, Justus
         72: 2-24 6
         73: 10-4 1; 10-11 1
         74: 4-1 2; 4-25 8
         75: 10-23 1
         77: 3-31 1
         80: 5-1 3; 9-25 4; 11-20 Encounter 3, 6 (P)
         83: 1-27 3 (P); 9-22 8 (P); 10-13 9; 10-20 8
         84: 11-15 1
         85: 2-26 9
         86: 6-25 1
         88: 7-14 7; 9-1 1; 9-15 1; 10-6 14; 10-12 1
         89: 4-27 1; 9-28 1; 12-14 1
         94: 4-14 1
-, Ron 78: 1-19 7; 2-23 8; 3-8 10
Dobish, Dale (see also Dobesh) 72: 5-4 6
Dobrovolny, Rita
         81: 10-8 8
         84: 12-13 1 (P)
-, Stan 92: 4-16 3 LTE
Dobry, Jeri 89: 11-16 5 (P), 12 (P)
Dobytown Dixieland Band (band) 81: 10-8 1
Doctor Richard Serbousek Memorial Scholarship 80: 4-3 1
„Doctor Zhivago‟ (film) 73: 8-30 2; 10-18 8
Dodds, Jay 81: 10-29 13
Dodson, Craig 94: 3-17 1 (P)
-, Jodie (Jodee)
         77: 4-21 4; 11-10 12; 11-17 1; 12-8 3
         78: 2-2 3; 4-13 4; 4-20 1, 10; 8-31 5; 12-7 6
         79: 2-15 6; 3-1 3; 4-5 3; 4-12 1; 9-6 7 (P)
         80: 9-18 5; 10-16 3
-, Lori
         77: 11-10 12
         78: 4-13 5; 12-7 6
         79: 2-15 6; 4-5 3; 4-12 1 (P)
Doehring, Kim 82: 6-24 5 (P)
Doering, Kris 85: 10-3 6 (P)
Doehring, Varyl 71: 1-7 7; 2-25 6; 3-4 6; 11-4 6
Doerr, C J
         89: 2-2 12; 2-9 13; 2-23 6; 3-16 1; 4-6 1, 6; 4-13 6; 4-27 10, 11; 5-4 12; 6-15 1, 5, 7, 8; 6-
                 22 1, 7; 6-29 1, 4, 8; 7-13 1, 6; 7-20 1; 7-27 1, 4, 6; 9-7 12; 9-14 2
         90: 5-3 10
-, Carol J
         88: 11-3 10 (P)
         89: 1-26 6; 2-9 12; 6-15 3; 6-22 3; 6-29 3; 7-13 3; 7-20 3; 7-27 3
Doeschot, Tanna 2001: 10-11 2
dog days 72: 7-13 3
Dog „n‟ Suds (business) 78: 8-31 3
Dogg, Timothy J
         71: 10-28 7 (P)
         73: 9-6 2
dogs, stray 80: 4-17 1
Doher, Pamela (see also Dohr)
         74: 10-3 3
         75: 8-29 3
         76: 9-2 8
Dohman, Bob 80: 7-3 7
-, Doug (see also Dohmen) 77: 9-8 13
Dohmen, Doug (see also Dohman) 77: 12-1 11
-, Joyce 85: 2-19 4 (P)
Dohr, Pamela Jo (see also Doher) 74: 8-29 1
Dohren, Pat 72: 11-9 12
Dohring, Varyl 71: 2-18 8
Dohrman, Kristy (see also Dorhman)
         88: 5-5 1
         89: 4-20 1; 4-27 1
Doke, Tom 71: 3-25 2
Dolan, Connie 87: 12-10 2
-, Kayla D 92: 10-15 3 LTE
-, Paul
         71: 5-20 4
         72: 1-20 4
-, Steven (Steve)
         89: 12-7 10 (P)
         90: 4-12 10 (P)
Dolczal, Rob 2002: 5-2 13
Dole, Robert
         71: 4-20 12
         77: 2-3 3
Doleman, Bill 95: 8-31 7
Dolezal, Darrel 77: 2-10 10
-, Jamie 95: 10-5 15 (P)
Doll, Don
         77: 10-6 10
         82: 9-9 5
         98: 4-30 8
-, Liz 2000: 12-11 3
dollar, devaluation of 73: 4-3 3
dolls 84: 11-29 8
Doll‟s House see „A Doll‟s House‟ (play) 99: 10-14 8
Domai, Chad 94: 8-25 8
Domandle, Angela 73: 9-6 7
Dombrowski, Bobbie 72: 1-20 6
dome home 77: 2-24 6
domestic violence
         96: 4-18 4
         99: 11-18 1
Domestic Violence Program for Men 2002: 12-12 1
Domina, Carol 79: 11-8 3
-, David 86: 2-27 1 (P); 5-8 8 (P)
Dominick, Mandi 99: 3-4 2
-, Peter H 71: 4-20 12
Domino‟s Pizza (business)
         85: 4-18 15
         86: 9-25 6
         90: 9-20 4
         97: 10-9 4
Don and Bobbies Pet Shop, Bird Clinic and Underwater World (business) 80: 12- 11 7
Don Childs Memorial Road Race
         78: 6-15 1
         85: 7-2 7
Don Duryea Memorial Scholarship
         82: 10-14 1
         84: 10-9 2; 10-11 2; 11-6 2
         85: 10-23 1
         90: 1-18 10
Don Fox Lecture
         81: 7-30 3; 10-1 3
         83: 10-13 6
         84: 10-2 3; 10-16 4; 10-23 5
         94: 10-13 14; 10-20 14
         2001: 10-11 2
„Don Quixote‟ (film) 72: 10-19 3
„Don Quixote de la Mancha‟ (film) 82: 2-25 1
Don Welch Family Scholarship for Poetry and Philosophy 2002: 4-25 10
Donahoe, Alice (see also Donahue) 83: 2-17 1
Donahue, Alice (see also Donahoe) 84: 11-15 2
-, Jerry
         76: 2-19 7; 3-4 7; 4-8 7; 9-29 12
         77: 4-14 1
         78: 3-16 9; 3-30 10; 4-6 8; 4-13 7; 4-20 9; 5-4 14
         79: 3-1 10; 3-15 10; 3-22 13; 3-29 14; 4-5 11; 4-26 7; 5-3 14
-, Nick
         2001: 9-13 3; 9-20 3; 9-27 3; 10-4 3; 10-11 3; 10-18 3; 11-1 3; 11-8 3; 11-15 3; 11-29 3;
                  12-6 3; 12-13 3
         2002: 1-24 3; 1-31 3; 2-7 3; 2-14 3; 2-21 3; 2-28 3; 3-7 3; 3-14 3; 4-4 3; 4-11 3; 4-18 3; 4-
                  25 3; 4-25 6; 5-2 3; 9-5 3; 9-12 3; 9-19 3; 9-26 3; 10-3 3; 10-10 3; 10-17 3; 10-31
                  3; 11-7 3; 11-14 3; 11-21 3; 12-5 3
-, Shawn 2001: 10-4 2 (P)
Donald, Edna Baster 84: 12-6 17
Donaldson, Boyd 84: 9-20 15
-, Linda Dee (Linna, Linna Dee)
         72: 6-22 1; 7-27 3
         74: 3-7 1
Donelson, Dale 72: 9-21 1
-, Joan 73: 4-3 8
Dong-Keun, Song 98: 2-26 7
donkey basketball 86: 4-10 1
Donna Taylor Memorial Scholarship 85: 4-2 2; 4-11 2; 4-18 2
Donna‟s Book Nook (business)
         91: 9-19 11; 10-31 6
         2002: 5-2 13
Donnell, Chip
         77: 6-23 8 (P)
         79: 3-15 4
-, Damon 79: 12-13 6
-, Deb 79: 12-13 6 (P)
Donnelly, Joseph E (Joe) (see also Donnely)
         77: 9-1 6; 11-3 1; 11-17 7
         78: 4-6 8; 4-20 8; 4-27 8; 5-4 15; 6-22 4; 9-7 1; 9-14 1; 12-14 1
         79: 1-11 1; 9-6 4; 10-4 1; 11-1 1; 11-8 1; 11-29 Encounter 5; 12-6 3
         80: 1-31 3; 9-11 1; 10-16 1; 11-6 3; 11-20 6; 12-4 8; 12-11 8
         81: 2-5 6; 5-7 5
         82: 2-11 5 (P); 9-23 1; 9-30 1
         83: 3-24 4, 5, 6; 12-2 9
         84: 3-1 7; 9-13 23; 10-18 19; 12-4 5
         85: 1-17 2; 6-18 4
         86: 4-10 4
         87: 4-30 6; 7-9 4; 9-24 10
         88: 4-21 15; 7-21 7; 11-10 10
         90: 3-29 5
         92: 9-24 12
         94: 8-25 4 (P)
         97: 3-6 8; 4-3 2; 4-10 2; 4-17 2
         98: 4-9 4
-, receipt of grant by 87: 5-7 10
-, Mike
         71: 3-18 7
         72: 3-23 5
-, Sue 83: 4-28 Accent 4; 10-6 9
Donnely, Joseph (see also Donnelly) 81; 11-12 6
Donner, Tim 98: 2-26 8
Donney, Tammy (Tammey) 78: 1-26 1; 11-16 1, 3
Donohoe, Alice 83: 9-15 4
-, Sarah
          80: 3-13 1; 4-24 1; 5-1 4; 8-28 1, 2, 3 (P); 9-4 2; 9-11 2; 9-18 2; 9-25 2; 10-9 2; 10-16 2;
                  10-23 2; 11-6 2; 11-20 2; 12-4 2; 12-11 2
          81: 1-15 2; 1-22 2; 1-29 2; 2-5 2; 2-12 2; 2-19 2 LTE; 2-26 2; 3-5 2; 3-19 2; Spring 1981
                  Encounter 3; 4-2 2; 4-9 2; 4-23 2; 4-30 1, 2; 5-7 2 LTE; 9-3 2; 9-10 2; 9-17 2; 9-
                  24 2; 10-1 2; 10-8 2; 10-22 2; 10-29 2; 11-5 2; 11-12 2; 11-19 2; 12-3 2; 12-10 2
          82: 1-21 1, 2; 1-28 2; 2-4 2; 2-11 2, 3 LTE; 2-18 2; 2-25 2; 3-4 2; 3-18 2; 3-25 2; 4-1 2; 4-
                  15 2; 4-15 Accent 3, 4; 4-22 2 LTE; 4-29 2; 6-17 3
Donor Recognition Plaza 2001: 9-20 8
Donovan, Chris 90: 3-8 1 (P)
-, Kevin 83: 5-5 7; 9-8 13; 9-15 10; 9-22 14; 9-29 10; 10-6 10; 10-13 12; 10-20 11; 11-10 10; 11-
          17 10; 11-17 Accent 2, 7
- Margaret 94: 10-20 9
-, Sean
          92: 12-10 11
          93: 2-11 7
-, Shane 86: 9-18 2; 11-13 1 (P)
„Don‟t Drink the Water‟ (play)
          71: 5-6 1; 5-13 1, 2
          78: 7-27 6
„Don‟t Look Now‟ (film) 76: 2-19 5
Dookie (recording) 94: 8-25 11
Dooley, Jamie
          95: 11-11 6
          96: 11-21 10 (P)
          99: 4-29 3
Doolittle, Amber 97: 1-30 2 (P)
door to door sales 80: 12-11 Encounter 12
doors, modification of to provide handicapped access 80: 12-4 4
-, propping open of residence hall 88: 12-1 2
Dop, Dennis D
          90: 8-30 11
          91: 10-10 1; 11-14 1
          92: 3-12 10
          93: 1-21 1; 4-29 1 (P), 2; 9-16 1
          95: 4-13 2; 10-12 13
          97: 10-23 2
          2002: 11-14 1
-, Sandra 2000: 4-20 6
Doperalski, Vic 2002: 2-7 5
Doph, Julie 84: 4-26 11
Dopheide, Gregg (Greg)
          77: 9-22 12; 10-6 11; 10-27 10; 11-10 9; 12-8 17
          79: 2-15 2 LTE
-, Julie (see also Dopherde)
          82: 9-9 9; 9-30 12; 10-7 8; 10-14 10
          83: 4-28 1
Dopherde, Julie (see also Dopheide) 82: 9-23 10
Doran, Phyllis
          77: 9-22 1
          78: 10-5 8
          79: 2-15 8; 9-27 9
          80: 1-24 3; 2-7 6; 9-18 6
-, William 73: 7-26 1; 8-30 7
Dorcey, Beth 95: 3-16 1
Dore, John 74: 9-26 2 LTE
Doremas, Lanita (see also Doremus) 71: 10-28 3
Doremus, LaNita (La Nita) (see also Doremas) 73: 3-22 1; 4-3 8; 4-12 4; 7-5 1
Doreste, Arjibay 78: 1-12 1
Dorhman, Kristi (see also Dohrman) 89: 4-13 16 (P)
DORM (radio station) 78: 9-7 8
dorm assistants see resident assistants
dorm closing hours 71: 9-23 1
dorm life 2002: 4-11 7
Dorm Mothers, Christmas party of 74: 12-5 4
dorm problems, workshop on 71: 3-4 1
dorm rooms
         90: 1-25 5
         2001: 11-1 4
-, decoration of 86: 4-24 5
dorm visitation charges 71: 11-11 1; 11-18 1; 12-2 1
Dorman, Chad (see also Dormann) 98: 9-3 8
Dorman, James 73: 2-15 6
-, Jan
         73: 9-27 3
         74: 11-21 4
Dormann, Chad (see also Dorman)
         95: 8-24 8; 10-19 7; 10-26 8
         96: 1-18 2 (P); 8-29 10; 9-26 7; 10-17 5; 11-7 7; 11-14 7
         97: 9-4 7; 10-9 5
         98: 3-5 5
dormitories see residence halls
Dorn, Amy
         84: 4-5 3 (P)
         85: 2-19 12
-, Bill
         78: 10-26 6
         79: 1-11 1; 1-18 6; 2-1 12
-, Roger 79: 11-29 Encounter 4
Dornhoff, Deb 80: 2-28 Encounter 2
Dorn-Schuster, Valarie 92: 2-13 6
Dorothy, Terri 83: 4-21 6
Dorothy Weyer Creigh Memorial Fund 94: 2-3 2
Dorrell, Chris 91: 10-24 2 (P)
Dorscher, Deidre (DeDe, Deidei, Diedre) (see also Dorschner)
         83: 2-17 4; 4-28 5; 9-8 10; 10-20 5 (P); 11-17 7
         84: 4-5 3
         87: 2-5 6
Dorschner, Deidre (see also Dorscher)
         82: 9-23 7
         84: 3-1 5
Dorsey, Dave
         78: 4-13 3; 8-31 2 (P); 9-7 1; 9-14 2, 6; 9-21 2; 9-28 2; 10-5 2; 10-12 2; 10-26 2; 11-2 2;
                 11-9 2; 11-16 2; 11-30 2; 12-7 2; 12-14 2
         79: 1-11 2; 1-18 2; 1-26 2; 2-1 2; 2-9 2; 2-15 2; 2-22 2; 3-1 2; 3-15 2; 3-22 2; 3-29 2; 4-5
                 1, 2; 4-12 2; 4-26 2; 5-3 1, 2; 8-30 2 (P); 9-6 2; 9-13 2; 9-20 2; 9-27 2; 10-4 2; 10-
                 11 2; 10-25 Encounter 2; 10-28 2; 11-1 2; 11-8 2, 7 (P); 11-15 2; 11-29 2; 12-6 2;
                 12-13 2
          80: 1-10 2; 1-17 1, 2; 1-24 2; 1-31 2; 1-31 Encounter 2; 2-7 2; 2-14 2; 2-21 2; 2-28 2; 2-28
                   Encounter 2, 3; 3-6 2; 3-13 2, 3, 6; 3-27 2; 3-27 Encounter 2; 4-3 2; 4-17 2; 4-24
                   2; 5-1 1, 2; 10-9 1
-, Dean 75: 3-13 7
Dorwart, Katie
          91: 8-29 14
          92: 2-6 2 (P)
Dose, Sarah 89: 12-14 1
Dosland, Cory
          95: 2-23 7; 4-13 9; 4-27 8 (P); 11-16 8
          2001: 10-11 12
Doss, Mindy 2002: 2-14 7
Dossett, James (Jim)
          74: 11-21 4
          80: 8-28 3
Dostal, Bodie 2000: 4-13 7
-, Jennifer 87: 10-22 9; 11-19 8; 12-3 8 (P)
-, Kristeen
          2001: 1-18 1
          2002: 4-25 10
-, Jay
          96: 10-17 2 (P)
          2000: 4-20 2 (P); 9-21 5; 10-5 4
-, Steve
          84: 9-20 15
          87: 12-10 9
-, Zachary 2001: 9-20 2
Dot‟s Fabrics (business)
          73: 3-1 Fashion 13
          75: 10-23 1
Doty, Dane 89: 9-14 11
-, Lori
          84: 11-1 21
          85: 8-29 11; 9-5 9 (P); 9-12 7; 9-19 8; 9-26 9 (P); 10-17 9 (P); 10-23 8 (P); 11-7 8
-, Stacey 97: 10-16 2 (P)
Double Water (band) 73: 6-21 1
doubles (people who look exactly like you) 78: 1-26 5
Doubleshift (band) 90: 4-26 1
Doud, Guy 2000: 2-3 2
Dougan, Cherie 98: 10-15 1 (P)
Dougherty, Charles 86: 10-30 1 (P)
-, Pat 89: 4-27 10
Doughty, Pat 77: 10-6 5 (P)
Douglas, Art 80: 10-2 3
-, Bill 80: 7-17 1
-, Brian 92: 9-17 7
-, James 91: 5-2 8
-, Nichole 2000: 12-7 9
-, Paul
          74: 10-24 1; 11-14 1
          76: 2-5 1
          79: 9-6 3
          81: 3-26 1
Douglass, Robert 87: 9-24 11
-, Terry
          91: 1-24 9; 1-31 7; 2-7 8; 2-14 8; 2-21 8; 3-7 8; 3-14 7; 4-4 7; 4-11 7; 4-18 7; 4-25 8; 5-2
                   7; 9-12 7; 9-19 7; 9-26 7; 10-3 7, 8; 10-10 7; 10-24 7; 10-31 4 (P), 7, 9; 11-7 7;
                   11-14 7; 11-21 7; 12-5 7; 12-13 7
          92: 1-23 7; 1-30 7; 2-6 7; 2-13 7; 2-20 7; 2-27 7, 8 (P); 3-5 7, 8; 3-12 7; 3-19 7; 4-9 7; 4-
                   16 8, Special Section 2, 3; 4-23 8; 4-30 7
Doustar, Pari 81: 3-19 6 (P)
Dout, Heidi 95: 3-30 2; 4-6 7; 4-13 7; 4-27 8; 9-21 8; 10-5 13; 10-12 9
Douthit, Lonny 2001: 3-29 9
Dove Hill Cemetery (see also Chinese Cemetery) 89: 10-19 5
Dow, DeWane 89: 11-30 1 (P), 6 (P)
-, Monica
          97: 3-6 1; 9-4 5
          98: 3-19 8
Dowd, Lori (Laurie)
          82: 10-28 1
          83: 9-8 6
-, Samuel 96: 3-14 6
Dowler, Jay 74: 5-2 9
Dowling, Jen 98: 12-3 1
-, Mike 93: 4-15 9
„Down in the Valley‟ (opera) 87: 1-29 1
down slips 73: 3-29 1
 „Down to Earth‟ 2001: 11-1 4
Downey, Chris (see also Downing) 98: 1-29 1; 2-5 1; 2-12 6; 2-19 10; 2-26 8; 3-5 4; 3-19 1; 4-2
          1; 4-16 1; 4-23 1; 4-30 1
-, Deanne (DeAnna) 89: 9-7 2; 11-9 3 LTE
-, Greg 88: 9-8 12
-, Matthew (Matt) 88: 1-14 3; 1-21 3; 1-28 3; 2-4 3; 2-11 3; 2-18 3; 2-25 3; 3-17 3; 3-24 3; 4-7 3,
          11 (P); 4-14 3; 4-18 3; 4-21 3; 4-28 3; 5-5 3; 8-25 3; 9-1 3; 9-8 3; 9-15 3; 9-22 3; 9-29 3;
          10-6 2 (P), 3; 10-12 3; 10-27 3; 11-3 3; 11-10 3; 11-17 3; 12-1 3; 12-8 3
-, Patricia 2000: 4-6 4 (P)
-, Sheila 99: 10-14 7
-, Sue 95: 4-27 15
-, Zenaide 87: 9-10 12
„Downhill Racer‟ (film) 71: 12-2 4; 12-9 6
Downing, Chris (see also Downey) 97: 9-25 4
-, Jason 98: 3-19 2
-, Jeff 96: 4-11 1
-, Jim 88: 12-1 13 (P)
-, Judi 96: 4-18 4
-, Loren (Lauren, Lorin)
          88: 7-21 8; 9-8 1
          90: 6-21 4
-, Ryan 2002: 9-19 4
Downs, Judy 80: 12-4 5 (P)
-, Mike 79: 9-6 8
-, Roger 74: 9-26 3
-, Sandy
          84: 4-12 7
          85: 7-23 3; 10-10 9
Downtown Improvement Board
          80: 9-25 1
          84: 11-13 2
Downtown Kearney 84: 7-12 8
Downtown Logo Contest 81: 9-10 6
Dowse, Shane 96: 4-18 9 (P)
-, Shawn 2000: 4-20 3 LTE
Doyle, James 75: 6-19 3; 8-29 5
-, Paula 91: 8-29 2 (P)
-, Todd 88: 2-4 1
Dozbaba, David (Dave)
          80: 10-23 1; 12-4 5 (P)
          81: 3-5 10 (P); 3-26 1; 4-23 1; 4-30 1; 9-10 1; 11-12 4 (P)
          82: 2-11 1; 2-5 5
          84: 9-6 1; 11-1 3
          85: 3-21 1
DPI Graphics 96: 4-25 7
Dr and Mrs W O King Scholarship Fund 72: 4-27 1
 „Dr Feelgood‟ (recording) 89: 10-19 13
Dr Herbert L Cushing and Margaret Anderson Memorial Scholarship
          71: 5-6 1
          72: 4-27 1
Dr Hook and the Medicine Show (performers) 73: 9-27 1, 9; 10-4 3, 5
Dr John‟s World Championship Frisbee Show 82: 9-9 1
Dr Lyle E Mantor Memorial Scholarship
          71: 5-6 1
          72: 4-27 1
          73: 5-3 3
          80: 10-9 1
          82: 10-14 1
          85: 10-23 1
          90: 1-18 10
Dr Mary L Morse Memorial Scholarship
          72: 4-27 1
          73: 5-3 3
Dr O D Johnson Memorial Scholarship
          71: 5-6 1
          72: 4-27 173: 5-3 3
Dr Strange 97: 10-16 8
Dr Wayne Marshall Memorial Scholarship 79: 2-8 1
Dr Werner Krebser Scholarship
          71: 5-6 1
          72: 4-27 1
          73: 5-3 3
Draayer, Suzanne 2000: 10-12 2; 10-26 5
-, Dena 92: 4-9 5 (P)
Drabek, Cindy 89: 4-6 5
-, Dawn 90: 9-13 14
-, Jessica (Jessie) 2002: 4-11 5; 4-18 5; 4-25 5
Dracula (historical character) 72: 11-16 5
Dracula‟s Delight (mocktail) 92: 11-5 10
draft (conscription)
          80: 2-14 1
          81: 4-2 4
          90: 11-8 2
-, protest against 80: 3-13 1
-, registration for 80: 1-31 1; 5-1 1; 7-24 4; 11-6 1
draft deferments 71: 11-18 1
drag racing 77: 3-24 7
Dragastin, Jodi 2002: 2-7 2 (P)
„Dragnet‟ (film) 87: 10-8 2
DragonDictate
           95: 10-19 9, 10
           97: 1-23 1; 11-6 4
„Dragonfly‟ 2002: 2-28 4
Drain, Dan
           76: 10-7 3
           77: 2-3 3
           80: 3-27 Encounter 7 (P)
-, Peter (Pete)
           80: 9-25 4 (P)
           81: 3-5 10 (P); 3-26 1; 4-23 1
Drake, Becky 91: 9-26 6 (P); 12-5 15 (P)
-, Jane 78: 4-6 8
-, Laura
           87: 10-8 1
           91: 10-10 11 (P)
-, Leta Powell 77: 12-1 1
-, Miriam Eckhardt (Merriam)
           74: 3-21 1; 9-19 1
           76: 3-4 8; 9-9 8
           80: 1-31 1; 9-4 6; 9-25 Encounter 4
           81: 5-7 6
           85: 5-2 9
           92: 4-30 6
- -, retirement of 71: 5-20 3
-, Oscar A
           71: 5-20 3
           80: 1-31 1
-, Patti 79: 3-1 8 (P)
-, R J 84: 6-28 4
-, Roxanne 93: 10-14 5 (P)
Draney, Angela 93: 3-18 2 (P)
Draning, Alan 84: 9-25 3
Draper, C Thomas (Tom)
           86: 8-28 12; 9-5 1 (P)
           87: 2-12 4; 7-16 8; 8-27 6; 9-10 1, 11
           88: 7-21 1; 9-15 2
           89: 3-30 12; 6-22 1; 6-29 2; 7-13 1; 7-20 4; 9-28 14; 11-30 6
           90: 5-3 1
           92: 3-12 4; 11-5 11
           94: 9-15 9
           97: 3-20 4; 5-1 16
-, Joanna (JoAnna)
           89: 3-2 1
           90: 3-1 4
-, Karen 71: 1-14 4; 2-18 6
-, Roger 71: 1-14 4
-, Scott
           84: 10-23 27
           85: 5-2 18
Dravecky, Dave 95: 3-2 2; 3-16 1 (P), 12
Drawbaugh, Ann
           72: 3-23 3 (P)
           73: 12-13 3
           74: 3-21 8; 4-18 4 (P); 4-25 8
Drawing Legion see The Drawing Legion (theater troupe)
Dray, Larry
          71: 2-25 6
          73: 4-12 1
Dreahr, Tim (see also Dreher) 80: 4-3 10
Dream Scholars program
          94: 9-22 1
          2002: 10-31 2
„Dream Police‟ (recording) 79: 10-11 3
„dream town‟ 2000: 9-28 3
Dreambuilders 2001: 11-15 5, 6
Dreamcast 99: 9-9 7
dreams 80: 5-1 Encounter 2, 6
-, interpretation of 94: 2-17 5
Dreamweaver see „The Dreamweaver‟ (multimedia presentation)
Dreamweaver (software) 2002: 10-31 2; 11-7 2
Dreamweaver Workshop 2002: 11-14 2
DreamWorks 2002: 11-14 6
Dredge, Rod 75: 11-6 3, 4
-, Ronald (Ron)
          75: 3-6 1; 11-6 5; 12-11 6, 8
          76: 7-22 2; 11-4 9
-, Steve 73: 2-1 10
Drees, Jean
          80: 9-11 11; 9-25 11; 10-2 9; 10-9 10; 10-23 8; 11-20 10
          81: 2-12 9
Dreessen, Shanna 88: 12-8 8
Dreeszen, Vincent 81: Spring 1981 Encounter 6
Dreher, Colleen 79: 2-15 2 LTE
-, Jodi
          90: 7-19 7 (P)
          95: 4-27 2
Dreher, Kent
          71: 5-13 4; 9-30 5
          72: 11-30 4
-, Tim (see also Dreahr) 80: 11-13 10
Dreibus, Tony (see also Dribus) 96: 10-24 2 (P)
Dreiling, Rene 2001: 11-1 2 (P)
-, Ron 88; 7-21 5
Drenkow, Cassie 2002: 9-26 1; 10-10 1, 10; 10-17 8; 11-7 8; 11-21 7, 8; 12-12 11
Dresher, Susan 72: 11-30 4
 „Dress for Success‟ (book) 84: 4-26 Accent 5
„Dress for Success‟ (workshop) 88: 1-21 2
Dressen, Shanna 89: 2-2 9
Drew, Curt 91: 10-10 4
-, James 72: 8-31 5
-, John Carter 2002: 4-18 11; 4-25 4 (P)
-, Jon
          94: 8-25 8
          95: 11-16 1 (P)
Dreyer, Don (Donald F)
          74: 9-26 5
          92: 9-24 4; 10-1 1, 2; 10-15 1; 10-22 1
          97: 3-6 1
          98: 3-5 1, 4; 10-15 9
-, Ron 2001: 11-1 1
Dribus, Antone (see also Dreibus) 96: 10-10 10
Driesbach, Diane
           83: 9-22 13
           84: 9-6 13
Driftwood, Jimmy 75: 11-13 1
Driggers, Nate 95: 11-2 7
Drill Team 89: 4-13 2
Driml, Brad
           83: 7-14 4; 11-17 7
           84: 6-28 4
           86: 7-24 4
           88: 7-21 5
-, Darriel 88: 5-5 13 (P)
drinking age, increase in
           77: 2-10 3
           78: 1-19 1; 2-2 1; 3-8 3
           79: 1-18 1; 1-26 1; 2-1 3; 2-9 1; 2-15 8; 3-1 9; 3-15 5; 3-29 1; 4-5 8; 4-12 1, 3; 11-15 1
           80: 1-24 1; 2-14 1; 9-11 1
           81: 4-23 7; 9-10 1
           83: 2-3 1
           84: 1-26 1; 2-9 6; 2-23 6; 11-15 1, 3; 11-29 1
drinking and driving experiment 81: 10-29 7
drinking games 89: 9-28 5
Driscoll, Mathia 80: 2-14 3; 9-18 5; 10-16 3
-, Tim
           86: 11-20 6 (P)
           87: 10-22 5 (P); 11-19 1 (P)
Dritley, Nancy 71: 5-13 1
Driver, Pat 2000: 12-7 7
driver training
           81: 5-7 3
           92: 9-24 14
           94: 2-3 11
           95: 1-19 12
           2002: 2-14 2; 2-21 2; 2-28 2; 3-7 2
Driver‟s Education Association 77: 2-24 3
driver‟s licenses
           93: 3-11 6
           97: 10-30 8
-, fees for 93: 4-8 1, 2
-, requirement for 76: 7-15 5
driving range (auto safety) 79: 2-15 5
 „Driving the Body Back‟ (play)
           89: 7-13 2; 7-20 1, 2; 7-27 1, 2
           90: 4-5 9
driving under the influence (DUI) 93: 1-28 1, 12
Driving While Intoxicated 82: 11-18 1
driving workshop 72: 11-9 7
Droescher, Ann 96: 3-7 4 (P)
drop and add 91: 9-12 12
drop boxes, library 96: 3-28 4
„Drop Zone‟ (film) 95: 1-19 7
dropouts
           80: 10-23 1
           83: 11-17 5
           87: 9-24 1
           92: 3-12 1
-, statistics on 93: 2-25 6
dropping classes, policy on 82: 12-2 4
drought, effects on campus of 88: 7-14 1
Drown, Dana 90: 1-25 1; 5-3 1
Droz Productions 2001: 1-18 4
Drozd, Chris
           79: 5-3 9
           80: 2-28 4; 9-11 7 (P); 9-18 6
-, Nicole 2001: 4-5 2
Drudik Angela (Angie)
           90: 11-15 8
           91: 1-17 7
Drueke, Timothy (Tim)
           95: 8-24 2
           97: 10-30 2
           98: 4-9 1; 4-16 1, 4
Druery, Holly
           96: 11-21 7
           97: 2-27 2 (P)
Drufenbrock, Diane 80: 7-17 1
drug abuse 88: 9-8 14
Drug and Alcohol Awareness Week 89: 9-7 12
Drug and Alcohol Education Class 80: 1-24 1
Drug and Alcohol Free Youth (DAFY) 97: 2-6 11
drug arrests 73: 9-27 1
drug awareness courses 73: 2-15 4
drug charges, arrest of KSC students on 76: 5-6 3
drug education clinic 74: 2-21 5
drug education program 71: 10-21 1
Drug Education Workshop 73: 10-11 3
Drug Education Seminar for Student Teachers 74: 2-14 8
Drug Education Workshop 74: 2-7 3
Drug Enforcement Administration 90: 2-8 1
Drug Free Policy, KSC‟s
           89: 10-12 10
           90: 12-6 1
drug laws, reform of 2002: 9-26 3
drug offenses, bill to increase penalties for 91: 4-11 11
drug opinion survey 71: 9-16 1
drug paraphernalia 80: 2-28 1; 3-6 1; 4-3 1; 4-24 1; 12-4 4
drug scene, local 73: 7-19 1, 5
drug testing
           87: 1-29 1
           89: 10-12 6
           92: 3-19 1
-, initiation by NAIA of 86: 7-31 1, 8
drug use 71: 3-4 3
-, difficulty of spotting 89: 10-12 5
-, personal narratives of 89: 10-12 5
-, survey on 89: 10-12 1
drug workshop 72: 11-9 1
drugs
           71: 2-18 Supp 1, 2, 3, 4
           2002: 1-24 1
-, flow on I-80 of 89: 10-12 2
-, laws regarding 73: 4-3 15
drugs on campus 94: 2-10 4
drum major, selection of 71: 10-7 1
Drumheller, Betty 92: 9-17 16
-, Michael 92: 9-17 16
-, Myron 92: 9-17 16
-, Sarah 2002: 3-14 1; 12-5 8
Drummond, Deann (DeAnn)
          90: 3-29 10; 9-6 6 (P)
          91: 10-3 1; 10-17 2 (P)
-, Frederic 87: 5-67 11
drunk driving
          81: 10-8 8
          82: 1-28 1
          2001: 2-1 7
Drury, Amy
          87: 10-22 6 (P)
          88: 10-12 6
dry bars 86: 4-3 5
„dry campus‟ 2001: 10-4 3
„dry‟ fraternities 97: 9-4 1, 4
Dryden, Gordon K 81: 9-3 5
Dryes, Don 98: 10-8 5
Dryland Days 81: 11-12 1; 11-19 1
Dryland River Walk 2000: 8-31 6
D‟Schmit, Pierre 87: 9-3 2 (P)
dual career marriages 88: 2-11 2
Dual Career Program
          98: 9-10 1
          2001: 3-29 1
Duarte, Sergio de Queiroz 73: 4-3 8, 9
DuBany, Dean (see also DuBony, Dubuny) 72: 2-10 6; 2-17 5, 6; 5-4 6
Dubas, Anna (Anne)
          79: 2-15 2 LTE
          80: 1-24 5 (P)
-, Jean
          80: 8-28 11; 9-11 11; 9-25 11; 10-2 9; 10-9 10; 10-23 8; 11-20 10
          81: 2-12 9; 3-5 9; 4-9 8; 4-30 8
          82: 1-28 8
-, Jim 95: 10-5 11, 13
-, Shawn
          96: 12-12 15
          97: 1-30 1
Dubay, Melinda 77: 11-10 10
Dubbs, Darren 85: 11-7 2 (P)
-, Marilyn (see also Dubs)
          77: 2-10 11; 3-3 4; 3-17 9; 3-24 8; 4-21 9; 4-28 9; 5-5 11
          78: 5-4 13
          79: 7-12 8 (P)
          80: 1-31 7; 2-21 8; 3-27 1; 6-26 7 (P)
          88: 10-6 9; 10-12 7
DuBony, Dean (see also DuBany, Dubuny) 72: 9-28 5
DuBray, Fred 98: 11-12 5
Dubs, Jodi
          95: 8-24 9; 11-11 7
          96: 2-22 7 (P); 11-7 7
          97: 10-30 7; 11-6 5
          98: 11-5 5
         99: 1-28 1 (P); 3-4 5, 6; 3-11 7; 4-1 8; 11-4 5
         2000: 1-20 5; 1-27 8; 2-3 5; 2-10 6; 2-24 5; 3-9 5, 6; 3-23 6
-, Marilyn (see also Dubbs) 80: 5-1 9
Dubuny, Dean (see also DuBany, DuBony) 72: 4-27 1, 4
duck decoys as a hobby 95: 2-2 10
„Duck Soup‟ (film) 79: 7-26 7
Ducker, James 71: 1-7 6
Ducks Unlimited 95: 10-5 11, 13
Duckworth, Albert
         2000: 4-20 8
         2001: 3-1 2 (P); 4-12 1
         2002: 4-11 8; 5-2 13; 10-31 2
-, Amanda 98: 11-19 5
Duda, Lucy
         96: 3-14 10; 10-17 6
         97: 10-9 6
         98: 10-1 10
-, Walter 95: 11-16 2
Dudley, Donna
         82: 7-1 6
         85: 8-29 3
-, John
         75: 11-6 10; 12-4 4
         79: 3-15 9
         81: 2-5 3
-, Tammy 2001: 9-27 12
Dudley Graham Memorial Athletic Scholarshiop 77: 3-3 6
Dudley Riggs‟ Brave New Workshop (act)
         78: 12-7 1, 4
         81: 4-9 1
Dudly, Lori 77: 12-8 9
Dudrey, Sean 97: 1-23 8 (P)
Dueker, James Allan 71: 2-11 3
Duensing, Larry
         71: 3-11 2
         72: 1-20 4
         73: 5-3 1
Duering, Josephine 92: 4-30 1
Duerr, Deb (Debbie)
         72: 3-10 16; 4-27 1
         73: 4-3 2; 4-26 3
Duester, Crystal 92: 2-6 5
Dufek, John 76: 4-23 6
Duff, Charles 84: 7-12 8 (P)
-, Dave
         88: 2-11 10; 4-21 8; 5-5 10
         89: 9-28 8
Duffield, Tiffani 98: 2-5 8
Duffin, Diana L (Diane)
         97: 9-4 6
         98: 2-5 1; 10-1 6
         99: 4-29 3
         2000: 9-28 6
         2001: 9-20 1
         2002: 4-18 8
Duffy, Briana 99: 11-4 2
-, Charlene 72: 5-4 5; 9-21 6
-, D M
          71: 4-29 1; 9-3 3
          78: 1-19 4
          79: 9-6 2 LTE
          80: 1-24 2 LTE
-, Daniel M (Dan)
          71: 2-11 1; 3-4 1; 4-1 1; 5-13 1; 7-22 3; 9-16 3; 9-23 1; 9-30 1; 10-7 1; 10-14 1; 10-28 3,
                  7; 11-4 1; 12-16 1
          72: 1-13 2; 1-20 1; 2-17 5; 2-24 1; 4-6 5; 4-20 1; 4-27 1, 5; 7-27 1; 8-31 4; 9-7 1; 9-14 3;
                  9-21 1; 9-28 6; 10-19 12; 11-9 8
          73: 2-1 3, 6; 2-15 7; 2-22 1; 3-1 8; 3-29 3, 5; 7-30 1; 9-6 4; 9-20 4; 10-11 3; 12-13 8
          74: 1-17 3; 1-31 1; 3-7 8; 4-18 1; 5-9 3; 8-29 4; 9-5 3; 9-26 6; 10-17 3; 12-5 8; 12-19 1, 3
          75: 1-23 1; 2-27 1; 3-20 3; 4-24 1; 5-1 1, 3; 7-10 6; 7-17 8; 8-29 6; 9-5 8; 9-18 4; 10-9
                  3, 5
          76: 1-15 1; 2-5 3; 4-8 3; 5-6 4; 7-22 3; 9-2 3, 9 (P); 10-7 6; 10-14 3; 11-4 4, 6; 11-11 3;
                  12-9 1
          77: 1-27 4; 3-31 1, 5; 4-7 1; 4-14 1; 4-21 7; 4-28 4; 7-21 1; 9-1 1; 9-15 1; 10-6 3, 4; 10-20
                  1; 10-27 1; 12-1 7
          78: 1-26 1, 3, 4; 2-2 1; 2-16 5; 4-13 1; 4-20 1; 4-27 3; 6-15 6; 8-31 1, 4, 5; 9-21 5; 9-28 8;
                  10-5 10; 10-12 4; 10-26 8; 11-2 5; 11-9 1; 11-16 1, 8;‟ 12-7 5, 7; 12-14 3
          79: 1-11 1; 2-1 3; 3-22 1; 3-29 1; 4-5 1; 4-26 2 LTE; 6-21 1; 8-30 1, 6, 8; 9-20 3; 11-8 10
          80: 1-24 3; 4-3 1; 4-24 1, 6, 7; 8-28 1, 4; 9-25 1; 11-20 4
          81: 2-5 5; 2-12 1; 4-9 1; 4-30 1; 7-16 4; 9-3 1; 9-24 1; 10-29 Accent 1, 2, 3; 11-5 1; 11-19
                  1; 12-10 1
          82: 4-22 1; 4-29 5; 9-9 1; 11-18 Accent 8
          83: 4-6 1; 4-21 4; 7-28 3; 9-1 11; 10-6 7
          84: 2-23 4
          87: 3-5 2
-, Don
          72: 2-3 4; 11-16 8
          73: 3-8 1
          74: 7-18 1 (P)
-, Jean 2002: 4-18 11; 9-26 6
-, Mildred
          72: 4-6 3
          76: 11-4 1
          77: 5-5 1; 9-29 3
          78: 2-16 1
          79: 11-15 3
          83: 7-28 3
-, Sheila 90: 11-20 13
Dugan, Denise
          84: 12-13 9 (P)
          86: 7-10 2; 7-17 2; 7-24 7; 7-31 1, 6
-, Garold Michael 71: 1-7 6; 2-11 3
-, Jack
          72: 8-31 1
          73: 9-20 5
-, John 82: 11-11 11 (P)
-, Kristie 94: 1-20 1 (P)
-, Mike 99: 1-18 4
-, Tammie 89: 9-14 1 (P)
Dugan‟s see Dicky Dugan‟s Saloon and Dance Hall (business)
Duggan, Delores 81: 7-30 7
-, Dugg (Doug)
         77: 6-30 1 (P); 12-1 1; 12-8 9 (P)
         80: 10-2 6 (P)
-, Jerry 81: 7-30 7
-, John 81: 7-30 7
-, Timothy 92: 10-22 11
Dugger, Vicki 94: 3-31 11
Duggin, Richard 87: 10-1 4
Duhachek, Becky 2001: 11-1 1
Duis, Herbert J
         71: 4-20 12
         72: 11-30 1
Dukakis, Michael 88: 9-22 11; 10-12 6; 10-27 1
Dukershirer, Dennis (see also Dukesherer) 72: 3-23 6
Dukesherer, Dennis (see also Dukershirer)
         72: 1-27 6
         74: 2-7 9
         77: 2-3 6
         90: 10-4 7, 8
         91: 7-3 11
Dukich, Dave
         77: 4-21 7 (P)
         81: 1-22 4
Dulaca, Tom 86: 9-25 2
Duling Optical (business) 75: 3-13 Special 8
Dulitz, Mike 88: 6-23 5
Dull, Richard M „Dick‟
         95: 8-24 2, 7; 8-31 7 (P), 8; 10-5 1 (P), 12; 10-12 8
         96: 1-25 6; 2-8 11, 16; 3-14 6, 7; 4-11 1; 4-18 7; 8-29 9; 9-12 8 (P); 9-26 2; 10-10 6; 12-5
                  7
         97: 1-23 3; 3-13 6 (P); 3-20 6
         98: 2-12 7; 2-26 1 (P); 4-30 10; 8-27 7
Dulton, Jenny 98: 12-10 13
Duman, Bob
         82: 2-11 9; 2-18 11
         83: 1-27 6, 7; 2-10 10; 2-17 8; 4-6 7; 5-5 8
         84: 2-2 13; 2-9 12
         85: 2-5 9; 2-12 10; 2-14 17; 2-19 7; 5-2 18 (P)
-, Mark 82: 2-18 11
-, Mike
         82: 1-21 9; 2-11 9 (P)
         83: 1-27 6, 7; 2-3 9; 2-10 10; 2-17 8; 2-24 10; 4-6 7 (P)
         84: 2-2 13; 2-9 12; 2-23 8; 3-1 10; 5-3 13
         85: 1-29 5 (P); 2-5 9; 2-12 10; 2-14 17; 2-26 6; 5-2 18 (P)
         86: 1-30 1; 2-13 1; 4-17 8
-, Robert 86: 4-17 6
Dummer, Chuck
         77: 6-16 6
         82: 4-15 Accent 3
         86: 9-18 6
         88: 5-5 2
-, Jeff 83: 10-13 4 (P)
Dummore, Chuck 90: 11-15 4
Dunagan, Brian (see also Dunagun)
         2000: 4-20 9; 11-2 7
         2001: 2-22 5; 11-15 5, 6; 12-6 6
         2002: 1-24 6; 1-31 5; 2-7 6; 2-14 5; 2-21 7 (P); 2-28 5; 3-7 1, 5, 6; 3-14 5; 10-31 5; 11-21
                  6; 12-5 4; 12-12 5
-, Sheri 77: 9-8 4
-, Tim 73: 12-6 6
Dunagun, Brian (see also Dunagan) 2001: 1-18 5; 1-25 6; 2-8 5
Dunaway, Brenda 76: 2-19 5; 3-18 4
Dunbar, Peter 74: 9-26 5
Dunbier, Augustus
         78: 12-7 1
         79: 1-26 5
-, Lonnie Pierson 2001: 9-13 9
Duncan, Darren
         85: 10-3 8; 10-23 7
         86: 8-28 7
-, Debbie 71: 4-29 5
-, Jim 73: 10-11 6; 12-6 7; 12-13 6
-, Kim 84: 9-13 20; 9-25 8
-, Tara 96: 3-7 10
-, Tonya 92: 12-10 2 (P)
-, W Raymond 88: 4-18 7
Dungan, Kathy 84: 9-13 5 LTE
Dunham, Gary
         88: 2-11 7 (P)
         90: 8-30 15 (P)
         91: 1-31 5 (P); 9-12 1; 12-13 5
         92: 10-22 14
-, Jeff
         96: 2-15 6; 2-22 1
         98: 4-9 8 (P)
-, Scott 97: 11-20 5
Dunhil, Inc. (business) 82: 4-15 3
Dunhill of Kearney (business) 77: 6-16 6
Dunkas, Gary 86: 5-1 10
Dunkel, Tisha 93: 10-28 2 (P)
Dunkell, Kendra 89: 4-13 5 (P)
Dunlap,David 89: 6-29 1 (P)
-, Gerald 71: 12-2 3
-, Jerry 91: 10-10 8; 10-17 8
Dunlay, Cheri 79: 6-21 1 (P)
-, Melvin 71: 2-11 3
-, Thomas 71: 9-9 1
Dunlop, Rhodes 93: 2-25 6
-, Terry 79: 11-8 3
Dunn, Anne (Ann)
         72: 4-13 1
         73: 5-3 3; 11-7 5; 11-15 3; 11-29 3
         74: 2-21 1; 4-25 4; 5-9 1, 8; 6-27 3; 9-5 4; 11-21 5
         75: 3-20 1; 6-26 3; 11-13 2 LTE
-, Bill
         91: 8-1 7; 8-29 10
         93: 9-16 5
-, Carol 79: 4-26 Encounter 10
-, Erin
         86: 10-9 7; 11-6 8; 11-13 5
         87: 10-29 8, 9 (P); 11-5 7; 11-12 7; 11-19 7; 12-10 8
         88: 4-14 9; 9-15 9; 9-29 9; 10-6 8; 10-12 8; 11-17 6
         89: 9-7 9; 9-14 8; 9-28 9; 10-5 7; 10-19 10; 11-2 7
         90: 2-15 9; 3-1 8; 4-19 8; 5-3 7; 11-15 8
-, Erin 91: 1-24 5; 9-19 5
-, Gregory (Greg)
         88: 9-8 15; 9-29 10
         91: 11-21 4 (P)
-, Jack 80: 11-20 1
-, Jamie
         96: 3-14 8; 4-4 7; 4-18 7; 4-25 12 (P); 11-7 8
         97: 2-27 6; 3-6 6; 3-13 7; 3-20 6 (P), 7; 4-24 7 (P)
         98: 2-26 5
-, Jerry
         80: 7-3 7
         83: 4-28 5
         84: 4-26 3; 5-3 3
         94: 11-10 11 (P)
-, Julie
         2001: 10-11 2
         2002: 11-7 5
-, Lisa 80: 1-31 4; 3-13 4 (P)
-, Lloyd 89: 6-29 1 (P)
-, Marcella 86: 2-13 5
-, Matt (Matthew)
         2000: 3-23 8; 9-28 2 (P)
         2001: 11-1 2 (P)
         2002: 4-25 10
-, Mike
         78: 12-14 Encounter 10, 11
         89: 11-30 4 (P)
         90: 9-13 11
-, Robert 83: 12-8 5
-, Roberta
         71: 1-14 3; 3-11 3; 4-20 3; 4-22 5; 5-6 1, 6
         72: 3-10 2
-, Scott 78: 3-16 8
-, Steve
         76: 9-23 6; 9-29 12
         78: 11-9 12 (P)
         80: 8-28 10; 9-11 10; 9-18 12; 10-9 9
-, Tammy 78: 12-14 Encounter 10
-, William 98: 12-10 11
-, William F (Bill)
         71: 4-20 2; 5-20 1; 9-3 11, 12; 9-9 2; 9-16 2; 9-23 2; 9-30 2; 10-7 1, 2; 10-14 2; 10-21 2
                   (P); 10-28 2; 11-4 2; 11-11 2; 11-18 2; 12-2 2; 12-9 2; 12-16 2
         72: 1-13 2; 1-20 2, 4; 1-27 2; 2-3 3; 2-10 2; 2-17 2; 2-24 2; 3-2 2; 3-9 2; 3-10 2; 3-16 2; 3-
                   23 2; 4-6 2; 4-13 2; 4-20 2; 4-27 1, 2, 4 (P); 5-4 2; 10-12 3
         73: 1-11 4; 1-18 3; 2-15 3; 3-1 Fashion 14; 4-3 2, 3; 5-3 1; 6-28 8 (P)
         74: 4-1 2
Dunnigan, Tim 73: 11-29 7
Dunning, Abigail 2000: 2-10 8
-, Douglas (Doug)
         77: 1-20 3; 11-10 5 (P)
         78: 1-12 1; 1-19 1; 1-26 3; 2-2 1; 2-16 1 (P); 3-8 2 LTE, 3, 4 (P); 3-16 1; 3-30 3; 5-4 1; 9-7
                   3; 9-14 3; 9-28 1; 10-5 9 (P); 11-9 1; 11-30 1
         79: 2-15 1; 3-1 1, 7; 3-15 1; 3-29 1 (P), 2 (P) LTE, 8 (P)
Dunning, G B
          74: 10-10 4
          75: 10-23 4
-, Gina
         71: 5-20 3; 11-4 4
         72: 2-17 1; 4-6 1; 4-20 1; 9-7 1 (P); 9-21 1; 10-19 1; 11-16 8; 11-30 1
         73: 1-25 1; 3-1 8; 3-8 1; 3-29 3; 4-12 1
         78: 4-27 4
         84: 2-23 3
-, Gini 73: 4-3 2
-, Judy 96: 4-11 9
-, Kris 90: 5-3 4
-, Larry 71: 6-24 4
-, Linda 78: 6-22 3; 7-20 8; 7-27 1; 9-28 7; 11-2 5; 11-30 5; 11-30 Encounter 7
-, Matt 88: 8-25 1 (P)
-, Neal
         83: 10-13 6
         89: 10-19 15 (P)
-, Regina
         71: 3-18 1; 3-25 5
         72: 2-24 1; 3-9 3; 3-10 10
-, Tony
         81: 10-29 13
         82: 9-30 1; 10-14 1
         83: 1-27 3 (P); 9-8 7; 10-6 7 (P)
         84: 4-26 5 (P)
Dunnom, Mike 88: 4-21 5
Dunse, Diane (Dianne)
         77: 11-17 3
         79: 5-3 9; 8-30 1; 9-6 7 (P)
         80: 3-27 6; 4-24 3; 10-2 2 LTE; 11-13 3
         81: 1-22 3
Dunsing, Larry 73: 9-20 7
Duntz, Deni (Demi)
         88: 6-23 5; 7-14 2; 9-22 12
         92: 4-2 11
Dupree, Andrea
         95: 3-9 1; 4-13 2; 11-30 11; 12-7 19
         96: 3-7 1; 9-12 7; 9-19 7; 11-7 5
Duran, Traci 91: 7-18 8
Durand, Brennan
         91: 12-5 7
         92: 2-13 7
Duranski, Sue
         74: 5-9 3; 9-19 4; 11-21 5
         75: 1-16 1
Dureke, Tim 97: 10-23 11
Duren, Doug 84: 5-3 1
-, Traci 88: 9-29 10 (P)
Durge, Dianne 83: 6-30 1
Durham, Margre Henningson 88: 1-28 6
Durkop, Susan 74: 12-12 3
Durling, Andy 96: 11-7 8
Durr, Jodi 99: 10-14 2 (P)
Durres, Matthew 2000: 2-24 6
-, Nathan 2000: 2-24 6
Duryea, Connie 82: 11-11 6
-, David 73: 6-28 4
-, Don
          74: 3-7 8
          75: 5-8 1
Dustin, Ellis 94: 2-24 1
-, Ken 78: 2-2 5
-, Laurinne 78: 2-2 5; 5-4 2 LTE; 7-27 5
Dusty Book Syndrome 96: 12-5 1
Dusty‟s Records (business)
          86: 2-13 8
          89: 4-20 5
          93: 10-21 5
Dutch elm disease
          71: 10-21 5
          74: 2-21 5
Dutcher, Bob 74: 4-18 6; 4-25 6; 5-2 9; 5-9 7
Dutiel, Shelly 86: 11-6 1; 11-20 6
Dutton, Channing 75: 10-23 1
-, James 71: 10-21 1
-, Jaylene 98: 10-8 1, 10; 10-15 1; 10-29 10; 11-12 1; 11-19 9; 12-3 8; 12-10 6
-, Jamz
          71: 9-16 6
          72: 3-16 5; 4-6 2
-, Larry 72: 10-26 4
-, Mary
          72: 9-21 1 (P); 10-19 7; 10-26 1, 3
          73: 1-18 1, 3; 3-1 5; 3-8 3; 3-29 5; 4-12 5
Duvel, Mardel (Mardell) 89: 10-12 1; 10-19 2; 12-7 11
Duveneck, Dianne
          94: 2-10 4 (P); 4-7 11 (P)
          95: 3-16 11 (P)
Dvoracek, Maryann (Mary Ann)
          77: 9-29 1
          78: 4-20 1; 8-31 5; 9-7 3; 10-5 8, 9 (P); 10-26 2 LTE
          79: 2-15 8; 9-27 9; 12-6 7
Dvorak, Crystal 91: 9-19 9
-, Dana 91: 9-19 9
-, Darlene
          86: 10-2 2
          87: 6-25 3 (P); 11-12 10
-, Dawn
          91: 9-19 7, 9 (P); 10-31 7
          92: 8-27 7; 9-3 8; 9-17 7, 10; 10-1 7; 10-8 8
-, Matt
          98: 4-9 5
          99: 3-25 5; 4-22 6
          2000: 3-2 6; 3-23 6; 3-30 7; 4-6 9; 4-13 6 (P); 8-31 3; 9-7 3; 9-14 3; 9-21 3; 9-28 3; 10-5
                   3; 10-12 3; 10-26 3; 11-2 3; 11-9 3; 11-16 3; 11-30 3; 12-7 3
          2001: 2-15 6; 3-29 4; 4-5 5; 4-12 5; 4-19 5; 4-26 8
Dvorak, Sandi 71: 5-6 2
-, Trinity, 97: 3-13 11
Dworak, Anthony 97: 1-23 2 (P)
-, Dave 97: 3-6 2 (P)
-, Donald (Don)
          78: 1-19 1; 2-2 1; 3-8 3
          81: 2-26 1
-, Kelly 88: 4-28 11
-, Michaela
         97: 10-30 10
         98: 11-12 1
-, Tony
         97: 1-30 1; 9-4 5
         98: 12-10 12
         99: 4-29 1; 12-2 4
         2000: 4-27 8
-, Ty 2001: 9-27 2
Dwyer, Coreen (Cory)
         82: 11-11 3
         83: 9-29 3; 10-13 3; 10-20 3; 11-10 3
         84: 5-3 11 (P)
         86: 4-17 6
DX pits
         74: 8-1 1
         75: 7-24 4
         78: 6-22 1; 10-5 3
DX service station (business) 71: 7-8 4
Dyas, Hess
         71: 5-13 2
         74: 10-24 1
         76: 1-22 3; 3-18 3; 4-1 5
Dye, Charles 82: 7-1 5
-, Joe 79: 5-3 1
-, Paige
         92: 9-24 11
         93: 3-11 2 (P)
-, Rob 2002: 9-5 2 (P); 11-14 6
Dyer, Betty
         71: 1-7 1; 4-29 5; 5-13 4
         72: 3-23 5
-, Jay 77: 12-1 10; 12-8 12
-, Kathy 89: 12-14 10 (P)
Dykes, Nancy
         72: 11-30 7
         73: 2-15 8; 10-4 7; 11-29 7; 12-6 7
         74: 2-7 9; 2-21 7
Dykstra, Libby 99: 9-23 1, 10
-, Matthew (Matt)
         94: 9-22 2 (P); 9-29 10; 10-27 11 (P)
         95: 2-16 2; 3-16 10; 10-5 1
Dylan, Bob 2001: 3-29 5; 4-26 6 (P)
Dymack, Jim 71: 9-23 4
Dynneson, Donald 75: 10-2 5
dyslexia 74: 11-21 45
Dzingle, Amy
         90: 2-15 4 (P)
         91: 2-14 8; 2-21 8

E

E. coli 99: 3-11 1
E. M. Thompson Forum on World Issues
         92: 11-18 6
         98: 4-9 2
Eacker, Dennis 71: 1-14 4; 2-18 6
Eagan, Lyle 95: 10-19 2 (P)
Eagle, Fern 93: 1-28 5 (P)
Eagle Award 94: 1-27 6
Eagles, Gil
         76: 9-23 3; 12-2 3, 8
         79: 7-26 7
Eagles Club see Fraternal Order of Eagles
Eakes, Dan 84: 4-26 Accent 8
Eakes Office Products (business) 92: 3-12 4
Eakin, Brian (Bryan)
         2001: 9-27 5 (P); 10-11 5; 10-18 5; 11-29 6
         2002: 10-17 5; 11-21 5
Eakins, Brett
         92: 2-13 9; 3-12 7; 10-8 9
         93: 2-11 7; 2-18 7; 4-15 8; 4-22 7
         94: 2-24 7; 4-7 8; 4-14 8; 4-21 7
         95: 3-16 8
Ealy, Gwen
         93: 1-21 8; 2-4 7; 2-11 9; 2-18 7 (P); 2-25 8; 3-11 7; 4-8 7; 4-22 7; 4-29 7
         99: 1-21 5
Earl May Garden Center (business) 75: 10-17 3
Early, James 96: 3-28 2
-, Marcia 75: 12-18 3
-, Monica 74: 12-5 5
Early Admissions Program
         71: 1-7 6
         83: 4-14 5
         93: 11-4 2
Early Childhood Para-Professional Program 73: 7-19 3; 8-30 10
Early Scholars Program 96: 4-18 2
Early Teacher Training Experience 82: 11-11 6
Early Training Center
         83: 10-20 5
         84: 3-1 5; 3-23 8; 10-18 7; 11-1 2
         85: 3-21 2; 3-28 2; 4-2 2; 4-11 2; 4-16 2; 4-18 2; 10-23 2; 11-7 2
         86: 2-20 4; 3-13 2; 4-3 2; 11-6 1
         87: 3-26 4; 11-5 2
         88: 11-3 2
         89: 11-2 6
         90: 3-8 6
Early Training Program 86: 12-4 10
Early Warning Referral System 84: 9-27 2
Earlywine, Alisa 97: 10-30 7
Earnest, Bill
         72: 10-26 5; 11-2 9
         75: 10-2 Insert 7
-, Harrison 73: 12-13 1
Earnhardt, Dale 2001: 2-22 5
Earnie‟s (business) 75: 3-13 Special 3
Earnst, Mike
         73: 9-27 10
         74: 3-7 3
earrings 87: 2-5 5
Earth Day
          90: 4-5 9; 4-12 5; 4-26 1
          91: 4-18 1; 4-25 1, 5
          92: 4-23 1
          93: 4-15 2
          94: 4-21 2
„Earth Daze‟ 2002: 4-18 2; 4-25 4
Earth First (organization) 92: 4-23 1
Earth Science Workshop 89: 6-22 6
earth sheltered homes
          79: 2-15 1
          80: 11-6 6
earthquake relief 2001: 2-8 7
earthquakes
          82; 9-30 8
          95: 1-26 1
„Earthscape‟ (artwork) 73: 6-21 3
EASI (phone registration system)
          92: 1-30 1; 10-8 11
          93: 4-1 1
          94: 12-8 1, 14
          95: 11-11 6; 11-16 1, 12; 12-7 9
          96: 11-14 1
          97: 1-23 9
          98: 4-9 2
Eason, Linda 73: 12-20 3
East Germany
          87: 10-8 3, 4
          88: 11-17 6
„East Germany: An Update‟ (presentation) 90: 4-12 6
East Lawn trailer park 93: 10-21 1
Eastep, Bob
          71: 2-18 5; 5-20 4
          72: 1-20 4
Easter, D J 83: 1-27 5 (P)
-, Dennis
          85: 1-22 5 (P)
          86: 9-5 9
-, Wes 78: 4-20 8
Easter
          73: 4-19 1
          74: 4-11 1
Easter, customs of
          90: 4-12 11
          91: 3-28 4
-, history of 77: 4-7 3
Easter break 90: 4-12 1
Easter egg hunt (charity program)
          94: 4-7 6
          98: 4-16 6
Easterbrook, Carl
          71: 1-14 3; 4-20 11; 4-29 4; 5-6 1; 9-3 10; 10-7 4; 11-11 5
          72: 1-27 4, 5; 5-4 4 (P)
          74: 3-7 8; 7-18 1
          75: 7-10 6, 8; 10-23 4
          77: 4-21 5; 7-28 4; 10-20 4
          78: 10-12 1
          79: 2-22 4; 7-12 1; 10-11 5
          80: 1-31 1; 6-26 1; 11-6 5
          81: 7-9 1
          82: 6-24 8; 10-14 1
          83: 7-14 4; 9-22 1
          85: 7-23 1 (P)
- -, recital by 76: 10-21 3
-, Leslie
          80: 11-6 5 (P)
          89: 10-5 11; 10-12 2
Eastland, Jennifer (see also Eastlund) 88: 10-27 2; 12-1 2
Eastlund, Jennifer (see also Eastland)
          88: 2-4 1; 4-28 1; 9-29 6; 10-12 1; 11-10 6; 12-1 1
          89: 1-12 1; 2-16 3 LTE
Eastman, Charles Joseph (Joe)

-, Joe
         71: 3-11 4; 5-6 5; 5-13 1; 9-16 6; 12-2 5
         72: 1-27 3; 2-17 4; 3-2 1, 4; 3-16 6; 4-6 5; 4-13 3; 4-27 2, 5
         73: 9-6 7 (P); 10-25 4
         74: 4-25 4
         75: 5-8 2 LTE; 10-7 7; 10-23 4; 11-18 5
         76: 1-22 6; 9-2 8
         77: 1-13 1; 2-17 86-16 3; 6-23 4 (P)
         78: 10-26 1
         79: 1-18 3; 2-1 3; 3-15 6
         81: 4-23 3
         83: 3-24 4 (P)
         87: 3-5 2 (P)
-, Claudia (see also Eastmen)
         80: 8-28 3; 9-18 1, 5; 9-25 1; 10-2 1, 6; 10-16 1; 10-23 1; 11-20 1; 12-4 1
         81: 1-15 4; 1-29 1; 2-5 1; 2-12 3; 4-2 1; 4-9 1; 4-30 1; 5-7 1; 6-25 1; 9-3 1; 9-17 1; 10-1 1;
                 10-8 1; 10-29 Accent 3; 11-19 1, 5; 12-3 7; 12-10 1
         82: 1-21 1; 1-28 1; 2-11 1; 2-25 1; 3-4 4; 3-25 1; 4-1 1; 4-29 1; 6-17 7; 7-29 1; 9-9 1, 5; 9-
                 16 6; 10-7 4; 10-28 1; 11-18 1; 12-2 1; 1-22 1
         83: 1-20 1, 4 (P); 2-10 3; 2-17 1; 3-24 1; 4-14 1 (P); 4-21 1; 4-28 1
         84: 5-3 3
-, Diana 2002: 10-3 4
-, Diane
         75: 5-1 4; 5-8 1 (P); 8-29 2 (P); 9-5 2; 9-11 2; 9-18 2; 9-25 2; 10-2 2; 10-9 2; 10-17 2; 10-
                 23 2; 10-30 2; 11-6 2, 3; 11-13 2; 11-20 2; 12-4 2; 12-11 2; 12-18 2
         76: 1-15 2; 1-22 2; 1-29 2; 2-5 2; 2-12 2; 2-19 2; 2-26 2; 3-4 2; 3-18 2; 3-25 2; 4-1 2; 4-8
                 2; 4-8 Spring 9; 4-23 2; 4-29 2; 5-6 2 (P); 9-2 1; 9-9 2; 9-16 2; 9-23 2; 9-29 2; 10-
                 7 2; 10-14 2; 10-21 2; 11-4 2; 11-11 2; 11-18 2; 12-2 2; 12-9 2
         77: 1-13 1
-, George 72: 3-9 4
-, Joe see Eastman, Charles Joseph
-, Judy
         72: 7-6 4; 7-13 1 (P)
         74: 6-27 2
-, Murine 74: 10-3 1 (P)
Eastmen, Claudia (see also Eastman) 81: 9-17 1
Easton, Dan 90: 2-15 11
-, Katherine 98: 10-1 7
-, Mikki
         75: 9-25 1
           76: 12-2 4
           80: 2-14 4
-, Richard Jr 74: 12-12 4
-, Scott 77: 9-8 13
Easy Money (group) 83: 9-29 1
Easy on Energy (program) 81: 3-5 6
Easy Runners (intramural softball team) 73: 5-10 7
Easymoney (group) 84: 9-6 27
Eatherton, Gilberta 95: 1-26 8
-, Tami
           78: 4-6 8; 4-27 8 (P); 7-20 8; 10-5 2 LTE
           80: 4-3 3 (P); 6-19 3 (P)
Eating Disorder Awareness Week 2000: 2-10 2
Eating Disorder Group 91: 9-26 12
Eating Disorder Panel 98: 2-12 2
Eating Disorder Support Group
           85: 1-22 2
           90: 9-27 14; 10-4 12; 10-11 17; 10-25 14; 11-1 12; 11-8 12
eating disorders
           84: 4-26 8
           88: 1-21 2; 9-29 11
           92: 2-20 9
           93: 10-21 6
           95: 4-13 9; 12-7 4
           97: 4-17 10
           98: 2-26 4
Eating Disorders and Self-Esteem (presentation) 95: 4-6 12
Eating Disorders Awareness and Prevention Association 92: 2-20 9
Eating Disorders Group
           85: 1-15 2; 1-17 2
           2000: 9-14 2; 9-21 2; 9-28 2; 10-5 2; 10-12 2; 10-26 2; 11-2 2; 11-9 2; 11-16 2; 11-30 2;
                   12-7 3
           2001: 2-1 7
eating habits
           78: 10-12 8
           89: 9-14 12
Eaton, Bonita
           72: 10-12 6; 10-19 5, 12
           73: 1-11 4; 4-3 2; 4-26 4; 9-2 7 9; 10-25 2; 11-15 4; 12-13 5
           74: 2-28 5; 4-1 10; 9-26 5; 11-6 3; 11-21 3; 12-19 1
           75: 1-16 1 (P), 2; 1-23 2; 1-30 2; 2-6 2; 2-13 2; 2-20 2; 2-27 2; 3-6 2; 3-13 2; 3-20 2, 6; 4-
                   4 2; 4-10 2; 4-24 2; 5-1 2; 5-8 1 (P); 8-29 2 (P), 3, 5, 6; 9-5 2; 9-11 2; 9-18 1, 2; 9-
                   25 1, 2; 10-2 2; 10-9 2; 10-17 2; 10-23 2; 10-30 2; 11-6 2, 3; 11-13 2, 3; 11-20 2;
                   12-4 2; 12-11 2; 12-18 2
           76: 1-15 2; 1-22 2; 1-29 2; 2-5 2; 2-12 2; 2-19 2; 2-26 2; 3-4 2; 3-18 2; 3-25 2; 4-12; 4-8 2;
                   4-23 2; 4-29 2; 5-6 2; 10-14 6
Eaton Corporation (business)
           73: 4-3 2
           79: 4-5 7
-, donations to KSC by
           86: 7-8 8
           89: 5-4 11
-, drug testing by 89: 10-12 6
-, gift to KSC Foundation by 72: 6-29 4
-, gift to World Affairs Committee by 73: 1-25 8
Eaton Yale & Towne, Inc. (business) 71: 4-22 1; 4-29 1
eBay 2001: 11-15 11
Ebb, Ronald A
         78: 12-14 8
         86: 2-27 8
Ebel, Doug 71: 1-7 5
-, Janet (Jan)
         71: 2-4 3; 3-4 5; 10-7 4
         72: 1-20 3
-, Joanne 73: 4-19 8
-, Sherry 82: 1-21 1; 9-30 1, 5; 10-14 4
-, Stephanie 93: 2-25 10
Eberhardt, Chris
         86: 4-17 6
         87: 3-5 8
-, Dave 90: 9-13 5 (P)
-, Janice 87: 4-9 5
-, Keri
         95: 9-14 10; 9-28 4, 11; 10-5 7; 10-12 6; 12-7 2
         96: 2-2 3 LTE; 2-15 4; 2-29 1; 9-12 12; 9-26 10; 11-7 10
         97: 1-23 1
Eberhardt, Mike 83: 11-17 8
Eberhart, Chelsea 96: 1-25 6; 2-2 10
Eberle, Gwendolyn (Gwen)
         75: 9-5 8
         76: 3-25 6; 4-15 5; 4-29 6; 10-7 9
-, Katherine 2001: 9-20 9
Eberline, Steve 73: 3-29 1
Eberly, Caroline 80: 11-20 4
-, Ryan 96: 2-22 2 (P)
Ebers, Sandra (Sandy)
         73: 3-22 5 (P); 3-29 4; 4-5 1; 4-12 7; 9-13 8
         74: 12-12 8
Ebersold, Jan 71: 3-25 2
Eberspacher, Brad
         2000: 4-13 4 (P); 8-31 1
         2001: 10-11 2
         2002: 10-17 1
Ebhe, Ruth 86: 8-28 12
Ebiok, Joe (see also Ibiok) 71: 3-25 1
Ebke, Ruth 85: 1-22 11
Ebony and Ivory 2002: 2-14 7
Echlund, Kristin (see also Ecklund) 91: 10-3 1
ECHO competition 90: 2-15 5
Echtenkame, Jeanne 93: 10-28 2 (P)
Echtenkamp, Doug (see also Echtenkemp, Ectenkamp)
         72: 4-13 6; 4-20 8; 4-27 6
         73: 3-1 6; 3-22 6; 4-12 8; 4-19 6
         74: 9-19 11
         75: 4-17 6 (P), 7 (P)
Echtenkemp, Doug (see also Echtenkamp, Ectenkamp) 75: 2-13 8; 3-20 5; 4-4 7
Echternach, Robert E (Bob)
         83: 11-10 7
         84: 6-14 6; 10-23 16 (P)
-, Timothy (Tim) (see also Echternacht)
         78: 3-8 4 (P); 3-16 1; 3-30 3; 9-7 3; 9-21 3 (P); 10-5 9 (P); 11-2 5
          79: 1-26 3; 3-1 1 (P); 3-15 2 LTE, 3; 4-5 8; 4-26 6; 8-30 3; 9-6 1; 9-13 3; 9-20 3; 9-27 3;
                    10-11 3; 11-1 3; 11-15 3
          81: 12-10 3 LTE
          82: 9-30 4; 10-7 3; 10-14 3; 11-11 3 (P); 11-18 3 (P); 12-9 2
          85: 8-29 3
          87: 9-3 4; 10-8 4
          91: 12-5 3 LTE
Echternacht, Tim (see also Echternach) 92: 3-12 11; 4-2 11
Eck, Joe 92: 4-16 Special Section 3, 15
Eckel, Greg 86: 3-13 6 (P)
Eckerdt, Connie (Coni)
          93: 10-14 5 (P)
          95: 4-27 2
          97: 3-6 5
Eckerson, Lisa 89: 4-6 12
Eckhardt, Frances 88: 12-1 3 LTE
Eckhart, Craig 82: 9-30 1
Eckhoff, Don 97: 5-1 16
Eckloff, Ann 83: 9-8 10
-, Dan 94: 3-10 12
-, Maurine
          71: 9-9 1
          72: 2-3 5
          73: 12-6 5
          74: 3-7 4; 4-25 5
          75: 2-27 5; 3-6 5; 3-13 4; 3-20 3; 4-4 3; 5-1 5
          77: 11-17 3
          78: 1-26 10; 2-9 1; 2-23 1; 8-31 11
          79: 3-29 3
          80: 2-7 1
          81: 4-23 1
          82: 1-28 4; 3-4 1; 3-25 1; 12-9 3
          84: 4-26 3; 6-14 1; 11-8 1
          85: 3-26 2; 3-28 2; 10-3 2; 10-10 2; 11-21 4 (P)
          86: 9-18 2
          87: 1-29 4; 4-30 1
          88: 9-29 10
          90: 2-22 1; 3-8 11; 3-29 11; 4-5 9; 5-3 2; 10-25 1 (P)
          94: 9-15 9
          97: 11-6 8
          99: 4-1 2
-, Ron
          95: 4-6 1
          2002: 2-7 2
Ecklund, Grant 74: 3-21 4
-, Kirstin (Kristin, Kirsten)(see also Echlund)
          91: 2-14 1; 2-21 1; 3-7 1 (P); 3-14 1
          92: 3-19 4; 4-16 1
-, Mary
          85: 4-11 3; 10-3 5
          87: 11-19 6
Eckman, Terrisa (see also Eckmann) 2000: 3-9 5; 3-30 4; 4-20 10
Eckmann, Terrisa (Terrissa, Terissa) (see also Eckman)
          99: 3-4 5
          2000: 2-10 7; 3-2 6; 3-23 5; 3-30 8; 4-6 7; 4-13 5; 4-27 10
Eckout, Jay 87: 11-12 8
Eckwerd, Kay (see also Eckwert) 71: 3-18 1
Eckwert, Kay (see also Eckwerd) 73: 4-19 1
eclipse of the sun
        79: 2-8 12; 2-22 1; 3-1 1, 3; 3-22 7
        91: 7-18 2
        2000: 1-27 5
Ecofair 92: 10-22 14
Ecology Club 99: 9-30 1
Ecology Now
        89: 11-2 6; 11-16 10; 11-30 1
        90: 1-18 6; 4-5 9; 4-12 5, 6; 4-19 6; 4-26 1; 9-6 11; 9-13 13; 10-4 4; 10-11 17; 10-25 14;
                 11-1 12; 11-8 12
        91: 4-11 10; 4-18 1; 4-25 1, 5; 8-29 1; 12-13 1
        92: 1-30 14; 2-6 14; 3-19 10; 4-23 1, 12; 4-30 14; 9-24 2; 10-1 14; 10-8 13; 10-15 14; 10-
                 22 1; 10-29 14; 11-5 12; 11-12 14; 11-18 12; 12-10 15
        93: 12-9 9
        94: 4-21 2
        95: 10-19 2
-, sponsorship of Ecofair by 92: 10-22 14
Ecology Now Club 93: 2-11 1
        97: 4-17 2
„Ecology of Prairies and Plains‟ (study) 75: 3-6 3
Econ-O-Wash (business) 78: 11-30 5
Econofoods (business)
        82: 2-25 6
        86: 4-10 6
Economic Development Council 89: 2-16 9
Economic Development Council for Kearney 89: 10-19 1
Economic Development Council of Buffalo County 90: 3-29 1
Economic Growth Teleconference 92: 10-15 11
economic impact of KSC 88: 1-21 1
economics 75: 4-4 5
economy, effect of oil shortage on US 74: 4-1 11
Ecosystem (registration tool) 80: 9-18 4
Ectenkamp, Doug (see also Echtenkamp, Echtenkemp) 73: 3-29 8
Ecuador 89: 6-22 5, 8
Ecumenical Forum 71: 9-16 1
Ed Fischer Editorial Cartoon Contest 79: 4-5 1
EDB (pesticide) 84: 2-23 4
Eddie, Brent 98: 1-22 1
Eddie Osborne Band 76: 7-9 1
Eddie Osborn‟s Big Band Sounds (group) 78: 6-29 1
Eddy, John 84: 1-26 7
-, Sam 96: 10-24 8
Edelman, Dean
        74: 10-24 7 (P)
        75: 5-8 6; 8-29 13; 10-30 9; 11-6 8; 11-13 8; 11-20 7
        76: 4-1 8; 4-8 6; 4-23 7; 9-2 15; 9-9 12; 9-23 6; 10-7 9; 10-21 6; 11-4 10; 11-18 6; 12-2 7;
                 12-9 9
        77: 4-7 6; 9-1 11; 9-15 9; 9-29 6; 10-6 12; 10-20 11; 10-27 9 (P); 11-10 11; 11-17 6; 12-1
                 11; 12-8 12
        78: 10-12 15
-, Jane 85: 6-25 7 (P)
-, Jeremy
        97: 11-20 5
        99: 11-11 1
         2000: 3-9 4
Edemaka, Udo 72: 1-20 3
Edemeke, Sunday 72: 3-10 2
Eden, Greg
         80: 1-17 4 (P); 1-24 4; 2-7 5; 3-27 3
         81: 1-29 6; 3-19 1; 4-2 4; 5-7 4; 9-17 4, 7; 9-24 4; 10-1 1; 10-8 8; 10-22 6; 10-29 7, 8; 11-
                 5 5; 11-12 6; 11-19 4; 12-3 7; 12-10 5
-, Jan 2002: 4-25 2 (P)
-, Kerry 85: 10-23 5 (P)
Edfors, Jim 98: 9-10 6 (P)
Edgar, James
         84: 9-25 3
         87: 5-7 11
Edge see „The Edge‟
Edgecombe, Branette 97: 10-30 1 (P)
Edgington, Angie 89: 12-7 2 (P)
-, Robert Jr
         95: 2-23 2 (P)
         96: 11-21 12
Edgren, Becky
         82: 1-28 8; 2-4 10; 2-11 9; 2-25 10; 3-4 7; 4-15 7
         83: 1-27 7; 2-3 9; 2-10 11; 2-17 7; 2-24 10; 4-6 8
         84: 2-9 10; 2-23 8; 3-1 10; 4-5 11
         85: 2-14 18; 2-19 7
-, Kevin
         99: 4-15 5; 4-22 5
         2000: 4-20 10
Edinger, Bryan (Brian)
         96: 11-21 7
         97: 1-23 1; 1-30 2
Edison, Thomas 82: 10-28 1
Edman, Larry E 75: 9-5 7; 10-2 3; 10-23 4; 11-6 3
Edmonds, Bob 2002: 2-7 6
-, Joey 72: 10-26 1 (P)
Edmonds and Curly (comedy act) 79: 4-12 1
Edmonds and Curley (comedy act)
         72: 10-26 1 (P)
         77: 1-27 3; 2-10 1
         79: 4-26 1, 3 (P); 5-3 1, 4
Edmunds, Harvey 80: 2-21 1
Edmundson, Nick 92: 9-17 8
Edsill, Sally Davidson
         91: 4-4 6
         92: 2-13 1
Edson, Emily 2001: 4-26 2
Educable (cable service) 94: 9-15 6
education 73: 4-3 16
Education Building see College of Education Building
Education Committee (Nebraska Legislature) 83: 10-13 7
Education Learning Community 2001: 12-6 7
Education Opportunity Grant
         71: 9-3 5
         72: 10-12 1
Education, Prevention and Intervention Community Center 94: 4-7 10
Education Profession Development Act Institute 73: 6-28 4
Education Professions Development Act 72: 2-17 1
education system, decline of 94: 2-3 9
Educational Boss of the Year 71: 3-4 3
Educational Center Night Program 72: 1-20 1
Educational Planning Center
         88: 3-17 2; 7-21 2
         89: 3-2 4
         97: 2-6 2; 2-20 5; 3-13 4; 4-24 5
Educational Planning Day 73: 3-8 4
Educational Planning Program
         71: 10-7 1
         73: 9-20 4
Educational Policy Committee 91: 10-10 1; 11-14 1
Educational Products Display 72: 7-13 1
Educational Professional Development Act 81: 6-18 1
-, receipt of grant from 72: 8-31-4
Educational Psychology, new courses in 71: 1-7 3
Educational Puppetry (workshop) 82: 7-22 5
Educational Resources Information Center (ERIC) 71: 1-14 1
Educational Service Unit No 9 79: 3-22 1
Educational Service Unit No. 10 71: 3-4 3
Educational Television (ETV) 75: 2-20 4
Educational Testing Service
         79: 1-18 5
         91: 11-21 1
Educator‟s Employment Fair
         97: 4-3 1, 4; 4-10 9
         98: 4-9 2, 7; 4-16 7
         99: 4-15 2
         2000: 3-30 2; 4-6 2; 4-13 2; 4-20 6
         2002: 2-28 2; 3-7 2; 3-14 2
EDUCAUSE 2001: 9-20 1
Edward, John 86: 7-10 8
Edward D Jones & Company (business) 81: 1-15 7
Edward H McCune Distinguished Chapter Award (Sigma Tau Gamma) 71: 9-16 4
Edwards, Ben
         90: 2-22 7
         94: 11-17 8 (P)
-, Brooke
         98: 2-12 2 (P)
         2001: 2-22 3 (LTE)
-, Burnell (Bernell) 71: 6-24 3; 9-9 1
-, C E 75: 12-4 10
-, Charlotte 93: 10-14 1
-, Cindy 88: 12-8 4
-, Dana 89: 4-20 2
-, David 89: 2-16 1
-, Dennis 95: 11-11 7 (P), 8
-, Douglas (Doug)
         73: 10-4 4
         74: 5-2 3
-, Elizabeth
         95: 10-26 6
         96: 1-18 2 (P); 11-21 11
-, Frank 78: 10-26 5; 11-9 3
-, J R
         2000: 9-21 5; 10-5 4
          2001: 9-20 6; 10-11 6; 11-15 5
-, Janine
          83: 2-24 7
          87: 12-3 2
-, Jason 2002: 1-31 2; 2-7 2; 2-14 2; 10-17 1
-, Jennifer 88: 12-8 4 (P)
-, Jim
          75: 10-17 3; 10-23 4; 10-30 3
          76: 2-5 3; 2-19 3 (P); 2-26 3; 3-4 1 (P), 3; 3-25 3, 4; 4-1 3; 4-8 3; 5-6 3; 6-17 3; 9-9 1; 9-
                  16 2; 9-23 3; 10-14 3; 10-21 1; 11-4 3; 12-9 5 (P)
          77: 2-24 1, 3; 3-3 6 (P); 9-15 7
-, John
          88: 12-8 4 (P)
          89: 9-21 10
-, Jon 91: 4-18 5 (P); 11-21 7 (P); 12-5 7
-, Karen 79: 2-22 4
-, Kathy
          72: 11-30 8
          79: 121-29 Encounter 6
          82: 9-23 8
-, Kent
          79: 10-4 1; 11-29 6
          80: 12-4 11 (P)
          81: 12-3 2 LTE
          82: 1-28 1
          83: 2-3 4 (P); 2-24 7
-, Krista 90: 3-29 1
-, Leia (Leah)
          96: 10-3 4; 10-31 2 (P)
          98: 10-15 6
          99: 10-7 7
          2000: 2-3 4; 12-7 1, 9
-, Lorraine 88: 8-4 1
-, Rebecca 92: 12-10 15
-, Rich
          84: 9-20 7
          88: 9-29 10
-, Robin 81: 3-5 6 (P)
-, S J 75: 12-11 2 LTE
-, Sara 79: 6-21 1
-, Shelby 75: 10-9 3
-, Steve
          72: 1-13 3
-, Vickie
          74: 12-12 3
          75: 1-30 3
          88: 12-8 1 (P), 4 (P)
Edyren, Becky 81; 7-9 7 (P)
EEOC complaint, filing by Michael Cohen of 87: 4-30 1
Efa, Leo 72: 4-27 1
Effective Training Associates 73: 9-27 6
Efferein, Dan (see also Effrein, Effrien) 80: 9-18 11
-, Kathleen (see also Effrein)
          86: 10-9 2
          87: 4-2 1
Effken, Chris 72: 4-13 5
Effrein, Dan (Danny) (see also Efferein, Effrien) 81; 4-2 5; 4-30 5 (P)
-, Kathleen (see also Efferein)
         86: 11-13 1
         87: 3-5 1; 3-26 2; 4-16 1; 5-7 1
-, Danny (see also Efferein, Effrien) 80: 2-28 7 (P); 10-9 3
Effrien, Danny (see also Effrein) 81: 1-22 1 (P)
Efi, Essien A
         71: 5-6 2
         72: 4-27 1, 4
Efo, Leo 73: 4-3 2
Efta, Greg
         85: 2-28 12
         96: 2-15 2
„Egad! The Woman in White!‟ (play) 80: 2-28 1; 3-6 1; 4-3 1; 4-17 1; 4-24 1, 4; 5- 1 3
Egbert, Jerry 81: 4-23 3 LTE
Egbert, Paul 74: 3-7 3
-, Patty 84: 12-11 14
-, Robert 91: 9-19 11
Egeberg, Erik J 98: 1-22 5
Egenberger, Mike 90: 6-28 5
-, Terry 89: 4-6 8
Eggebraaten, Noel 73: 4-26 3; 9-13 8
Eggerling, Heidi
         96: 11-21 7; 12-5 2 (P)
         97: 1-23 1, 8; 1-30 8; 2-6 6, 7, 8; 2-13 2, 4, 6, 10; 2-20 4, 7; 2-27 1, 8; 3-13 2; 3-20 9; 4-
                  17 2, 4, 5; 4-24 8; 5-1 7, 15
- Kara 87: 3-26 6
-, Tim 89: 3-16 1 (P), 4 (P)
Eggers, Naomi 99: 4-22 2
Egging, Deb (Debbie)
         71: 5-13 4; 9-23 4; 10-7 4
         73: 5-3 5 (P); 7-12 3; 9-6 4; 9-27 8
         74: 3-21 8; 5-9 3
Eggleston, Dan (Danny)
         71: 3-4 5; 5-6 2; 9-30 5; 10-28 4
         72: 1-20 4; 4-27 1
-, Jeffrey 94: 3-17 7
-, Justin 94: 3-3 2 (P)
-, Mike 77: 9-8 10 (P)
-, Terry 80: 3-27 3; 7-24 8 (P)
Egle, Michael 87: 9-24 6
eggs, price of 75: 3-20 1
Egibrett, Dave (see also Eigbrett) 72: 1-20 6
Egypt, study trip to 77: 2-24 1
Egyptian applique art 79: 10-11 3
Ehler, Lorie 91: 10-3 1
Ehlers, Jeff 79: 4-5 Encounter 2
-, Lynn 72: 4-27 6
-, Sandi 78: 11-30 3 (P)
Ehli, R J (see also Ehly) 81: 3-19 7
Ehly, Beth
         75: 3-20 1; 10-2 8; 10-17 7; 11-6 8; 11-13 9; 12-4 1, 8, 9
         76: 5-6 4; 9-23 1; 10-14 6
         77: 5-5 3
         79: 4-26 6 (P)
         81: 4-23 5
-, Don
          72: 1-13 3; 3-9 5; 11-16 8; 11-30 8
          73: 2-15 4; 3-29 5; 4-3 9; 5-3 3, 8; 8-30 1; 11-1 4; 11-7 5
          74: 2-21 3; 3-21 3; 3-28 3
-, „Eph‟ 80: 9-11 3
-, Gertie 71: 10-14 4
-, Joyce 85: 10-10 9
-, Kristin 84: 9-25 3
-, Marvin (Marv)
          74: 2-21 3; 11-14 4; 11-21 4
          75: 10-9 3; 11-6 3
-, R J (see also Ehli)
          71: 6-24 1
          74: 3-7 8
          76: 1-22 6
          77: 9-29 8; 10-6 2 LTE
          78: 1-26 10; 8-31 11
          79: 2-15 1
          80: 12-4 6
          81; 3-19 5
          82: 10-14 1; 11-18 Accent 5
          83: 3-31 1
-, Reinhold 72: 2-10 5
-, Rita 74: 11-14 4; 12-12 3
-, Ron 82: 12-9 3
-, Teena
          86: 3-7 1
          88: 9-8 2
Ehmke, Cami 85: 9-26 10
Ehrenberg, Carol 71: 4-20 3
-, Laura 98: 3-12 2 (P)
Ehrhardt, Jason R
          91: 10-31 8; 11-21 7; 12-5 7; 12-13 7
          92: 1-30 7; 2-20 7; 11-12 10 (P)
          93: 1-21 13
Ehrhorn, Andie (Andy) 85: 2-21 11; 3-28 9; 4-11 13; 4-16 5; 4-18 11; 4-23 6; 4-30 5
Eiberger, Maury
          71: 5-13 3
          72: 10-12 7
-, Michelle 92: 10-1 2 (P)
Eichler, Mark 90: 5-3 9
Eichner, Leslie
          2001: 4-19 6; 9-20 5 (P); 10-18 6
          2002: 9-5 5; 9-26 4; 10-10 5; 10-17 6; 11-14 4 (P); 11-21 5
Eickhoff, Chad
          97: 10-9 6
          98: 4-30 2 (P)
- Kim 86: 7-24 4
-, Paul 89: 4-6 9 (P); 10-5 2 (P)
-, Roland
          71: 5-13 1
          72: 6-22 1
          73: 10-11 1
Eickloff, Ann 83: 12-2 10 (P)
Eickman, Liz 75: 2-27 4
Eickmeier, Allison
          81: 9-10 9
          82: 4-22 6
          83: 4-28 1
          84: 3-29 5; 5-3 11 (P)
-, Rick
          82: 4-22 4
          84: 11-15 22; 12-6 26
Eidam, William J III (Bill)
          71: 2-18 5
          74: 9-12 2 LTE; 10-17 2 LTE
          75: 1-30 1, 2 LTE; 3-6 1
Eidem, Nathan 2002: 4-11 2; 4-18 8; 10-10 7
Eider, Ed 84: 2-23 8
Eierman, Troy 74: 3-28 3
Eifert, Mike 86: 11-20 5 (P)
Eifler, Mark
          96: 9-12 7; 10-24 1
          97: 1-23 4
Eigbrett, Dave (see also Eigbrette)
          71: 2-11 6; 3-4 6; 3-25 6; 4-15 4; 5-6 3; 5-20 6
          72: 2-24 6; 3-23 6; 4-6 6
-, Skip 71: 2-4 5
Eigbrette, Dave (see also Eigbrett) 71: 4-29 6
Eighne, Connie 78: 2-16 7
Eihusen, Katy 98: 1-29 8
Eikmeier, Don 72: 11-2 5 (P)
Eilers, Becky
          71: 2-18 6; 3-11 1
          72: 2-10 4; 3-2 3 LTE, 4
-, Kim 91: 4-11 2 (P)
-, Judy 79: 8-30 3
-, Julie 91: 7-3 4; 7-18 5; 8-1 1
-, Zoe 91: 2-14 1
Eims, Leroy 73: 4-5 5
Einspahr, Ardyce 71: 1-7 5
-, Connie 72: 3-16 4; 4-6 3
-, Kevin 75: 9-18 8
-, Kim 81: 3-26 1
Einstein, Albert 82: 11-11 8
-, Else 82: 11-11 8
Einstein‟s Bar (business)
          90: 9-20 12
          92: 2-6 12; 2-13 1; 4-16 Special Section 1; 4-30 10
          93: 3-11 6
          95: 11-30 6
-, fights at 92: 10-1 1
-, minor night at 90: 11-20 13
Eirich, Terry 2000: 10-5 1
Eirick, Jamie 97: 4-24 2 (P)
Eiseley, Loren C 85: 9-12 1
Eiseman, Rick (see also Eiserman, Eisermann) 73: 3-22 6
Eisen, James
          72: 3-23 5; 4-13 5
          74: 1-17 4
          75: 2-27 1; 3-20 6
-, Rece (see also Elsen) 74: 4-4 8
Eisenhauer, Jerry 75: 9-11 3
-, Terry 74: 5-2 9
Eisenhouer, Jerry 77: 3-31 9
Eisenman, Mark 98: 2-26 7
Eisenmann, Scott 2001: 9-20 10
Eisentrager, James A
          73: 2-1 10 (P)
          74: 2-28 6; 3-7 4; 3-21 8; 4-4 4
          94: 8-25 2; 9-1 9, 12
Eiserman, Rick 76: 3-4 7; 3-18 6; 4-8 7; 7-1 6; 9-2 15
Eisenstat, Stuart 80: 9-18 7
Eiserman, Jeff 75: 4-17 6
-, Rick (Rich) (see also Eiseman, Eisermann)
          73: 4-12 8; 4-19 6, 7; 4-26 7; 5-3 10; 5-10 6
          74: 3-7 7 (P); 3-21 5; 3-28 7; 4-11 1; 4-25 6; 5-2 9; 8-29 6; 9-12 7; 9-19 11; 10-17 3
          75: 2-6 6; 2-13 8; 3-20 5; 4-10 5; 4-24 6; 5-8 7; 9-5 11
          76: 4-23 3, 6; 9-29 12
          77: 3-17 8
          79: 10-4 6
Eisermann, Rick (see also Eiserman) 75: 4-4 7 (P)
Eitzman, Kris (Kristi) (see also Eitzmann) 86: 4-24 8; 5-8 9, 10
Eitzmann, Kris (Kristi) (see also Eitzman)
          84: 2-23 8
          85: 2-5 8; 2-12 9; 2-14
Ekanem, Ini 71: 10-28 3
-, Okon A 71: 5-6 2; 9-9 1; 10-28 3
-, Udom 71: 10-28 3
Ekberg, John 89: 2-16 8
Eklund, Bret 2000: 2-24 8
-, Michelle 98: 9-3 10
Ekpan, Efiong 71: 4-20 18
Ekpenyong, Eni 71: 10-28 3 (P)
-, Eno 71: 10-28 3 (P)
-, Jack 71: 10-28 3
-, Jackson James
          71: 10-7 4
          72: 1-20 3; 4-27 1
-, Nse 71: 10-28 3 (P)
Ekpo, Jack 72: 4-27 1
-, John Nkobo 72: 1-20 3
Ekstein, Janae 2002: 3-7 2 (P)
Ekwall, Dave 71: 9-23 6; 10-28 8
El Charro (business) 75: 10-2 Insert 5
El Charro del Norte Restaurant (business)
          76: 9-29 2
          80: 9-11 1
El Chicana (group) 72: 10-26 1
El Chicano (group) 72: 10-19 7
„El Cid‟ (film) 72: 9-28 7; 10-19 3
El Ed Majors
          79: 9-13 3
          81: 4-16 7; 6-18 5
          86: 7-31 8
„El Espiritu de la Colmena‟ (film) 91: 10-17 1
El Goulli, Siaheddine (Slaheddine) 71: 4-15 1; 4-20 9 (P), 10, 12; 4-22 2
El Rancho Trailer Park
          75: 3-6 3
          77: 9-8 1
          81: 9-17 3
El Salvador 81: 4-9 4
Elbracht, Barb 80: 9-18 6
Elder, Bruce
          75: 10-23 6
          76: 1-15 6; 11-4 11
          83: 4-6 5 (P); 9-8 5
          84: 4-12 6; 6-21 1
          85: 3-21 9; 4-23 9; 6-25 1; 11-14 1; 12-12 1
          86: 1-30 1; 2-13 1; 4-17 1, 6; 7-17 5; 7-24 8; 9-11 1; 10-9 1
          87: 3-26 1; 6-25 8; 9-24 1; 11-12 1; 12-10 1
          88: 3-17 1; 9-8 1; 11-10 1
          89: 2-9 1; 3-2 10; 4-13 1; 4-20 1; 4-27 1; 9-14 1; 10-12 12; 11-9 1; 11-16 12
          90: 4-12 1; 6-21 7; 7-12 1; 9-13 1; 9-27 7; 10-4 9; 10-11 7; 10-25 9
          93: 9-2 10
          99: 10-14 5
-, Kim
          73: 2-22 7; 4-12 9; 5-3 9; 5-10 6
          74: 2-28 4 (P); 4-25 1; 11-21 4
          75: 8-29 3, 12
          77: 10-20 1 (P)
-, LeeAnn (Leanne)
          83: 9-29 9
          84: 5-3 9
-, Mary A 94: 11-17 4
Elderhostel
          79: 5-3 3; 6-14 1
          80: 1-31 3; 6-19 4
          81: 5-7 5; 9-17 3
          82: 4-15 3; 7-15 3
          85: 7-23 4
          87: 7-23 8
          89: 2-2 4; 3-16 10
elderly, proposal for free tuition for 89: 2-9 1
Eldredge, Matt 87: 9-3 3 LTE
Eldridge, Marvin 86: 7-8 4
election, mock 94: 10-27 9, 12
-, presidential primary 72: 5-4 1
election turnout 94: 11-3 1
elections
          78: 9-28 8
          96: 3-7 9; 10-31 1
-, results of
          80: 11-13 1
          84: 11-8 1
          90: 11-8 1
          96: 11-7 1
Electoral College 92: 10-29 1, 13
„Electric‟ (recording) 87: 10-22 6
Electric Beach (business) 88: 4-28 4
Electric Love Muffin (band) 89: 11-30 3
Electric Solar (workshop) 81: 4-30 4
Electric Zoot Suit (comedy team) 87: 10-22 2; 10-29 2
electrical system, improvements in 89: 11-2 2
electricity costs for football games 75: 10-23 4
electronic banking 79: 9-20 6
Electronic Data Systems 91: 3-28 10; 4-4 14; 4-11 12
-, recruitment of KSC grads by 86: 8-28 4
electronic games 81: 9-17 4; 9-24 4
electronic imaging 94: 10-14 12
El-Eid, Ghassan E
          87: 9-3 4
          88: 2-4 8 (P)
Elemans, Jen 95: 9-28 2 (P)
Elementary Art Exhibit 80: 12-11 1
Elementary Education/Early Childhood Development Majors Club
Elementary Education Majors Club
          72: 10-12 4; 10-26 3; 11-9 12; 11-30 4
          73: 1-18 8; 2-15 4; 4-12 10; 11-29 6
          74: 1-31 4; 3-21 3; 9-12 3
          75: 4-4 8; 4-24 3; 10-23 4; 11-6 10; 12-4 4
          76: 10-14 3
          77: 9-29 5; 10-27 5
          78: 2-16 8; 2-23 6; 3-8 12; 10-12 12
          79: 3-15 9; 11-8 3; 11-29 3
          81: 2-5 3
          84: 11-8 2
          85: 1-22 2; 1-29 2
          87: 2-26 2
          88: 3-24 1; 4-7 2; 4-21 2; 5-5 14; 9-22 2
          89: 9-21 6
          96: 1-25 9; 3-28 7; 4-4 9; 9-26 9; 10-24 11; 10-31 1; 11-14 9
          2002: 11-14 2
Elementary/Early Childhood Education Majors Club see Elementary Education/Early Childhood
          Education Majors Club
Elementary Education Club see Elementary Education/Early Childhood Development Majors
          Club
Elementary Education Majors Club see Elementary Education/Early Childhood Development
                   Majors Club
Elementary Majors Club see Elementary Education/Early Childhood Development Majors Club
„Elephant Man‟ (film) 81: 11-12 1, 3
Elephant‟s Eye (business)
          88: 8-4 5
          91: 10-17 5
Elfgren, Carl 87: 9-17 6
Elge, Gretchen 89: 10-5 2 (P)
Elias, Ronda
          93: 10-13 3 LTE
          94: 4-21 3 LTE
Elifritz, Doris (see also Ellefritz)
          71: 4-1 4
          72: 3-9 5
          73: 2-22 4; 5-10 4
Eliker, Katherine 78: 4-13 4
-, Mark
          74: 8-29 6
          75: 3-6 6; 3-13 6; 4-4 6; 9-5 10
          76: 1-22 4; 2-5 8; 2-12 9; 2-19 7; 3-4 6; 9-9 8; 10-7 3
          77: 2-3 7; 2-10 11; 2-17 6; 2-24 9; 3-3 4
          78: 1-19 7; 1-26 7; 2-2 11
Elks Club see Kearney Elks Lodge No. 984
Elks National Foundation, scholarship of 72: 10-26 1
Ellefritz, Doris (see also Elifritz) 73: 2-15 4
Ellen Baldwin Craig Foundation
          85: 9-12 1
          86: 5-1 1
Ellen H Richards Banquet 72: 4-6 3
Ellen W Craig Foundation 83: 1-20 5
Ellenbecker, Brad 99: 12-9 1, 3
Ellenwood, Carol 73: 3-8 3
-, Cathy
          72: 1-13 3
          75: 10-2 6
          78: 12-14 Encounter 5
-, James 71: 7-29 3
-, John 75: 4-17 8
Eller, Judy
          72: 3-16 4
          73: 4-3 9; 4-19 3; 5-3 3; 9-27 9 (P); 10-4 5
          74: 1-31 3
-, Larry 71: 10-7 1
-, Rachael 97: 9-4 2 (P)
Ellermeier, Louis 90: 10-4 7, 8
Ellerton, Terra 96: 4-4 8; 4-25 12
Ellingson, Cheryl (Sheryl)
          79: 9-6 5; 11-8 6
          80: 8-28 3
-, Larry 81: 9-3 5
Elliot, Bob 72: 1-20 4
-, Clara 75: 12-11 1
-, Gayle (see also Elliott) 84: 9-13 13
-, Jodi
          87: 3-26 6 (P)
          2001: 2-15 2 (P)
-, Leland 73: 3-8 4
Elliott, Andrew 2000: 4-6 2 (P)
-, Anne 83: 9-15 7; 12-8 7
-, Bob 72: 1-27 5
-, David 85: 11-21 2
-, Deborah 74: 4-11 3
-, Denise 72: 6-29 1
-, Ed
          77: 1-27 1
          82: 7-15 1
          83: 3-24 3
          84: 11-1 7
-, Gayle (see also Elliot) 84: 6-28 4; 7-26 1
-, Harley 74: 7-18 2
-, Howard (Howie)
          90: 3-1 7 (P)
          91: 2-21 8
          94: 3-3 8; 4-14 8; 4-28 7
-, Jackie 90: 3-8 3 LTE
-, Jeff 91: 3-14 1 (P)
-, Jodi 85: 2-7 6; 2-12 6 (P), 7
-, Joe B Jr 73: 6-28 1
-, Leland 73: 4-5 3
-, Joyce 88: 10-27 8
-, Mary Jo 79: 10-4 3
-, Nicole 95: 10-26 2
-, Odus 96: 11-21 7
-, Patricia 74: 6-27 1
-, Scott
          73: 6-28 4
          85: 2-7 17
-, Shawn 86: 4-24 2
-, Steve 85: 11-21 7; 12-5 11 (P)
-, Susie 91: 3-7 10
-, Thomas Anthony Keith 71: 4-20 9 (P), 10, 11, 12
-, Tricia 88: 3-17 2
Ellis, Albert 78: 10-26 Encounter 2
-, Ann (Anne)
          73: 11-7 4
          74: 5-9 1
-, Brandi 96: 2-29 2 (P)
-, Brian 93: 9-16 12 (P)
-, Danette (Dani)
          74: 2-21 3
          75: 11-6 5
          76: 3-18 1
          77: 10-6 10
-, Diane
          72: 11-30 4
          73: 4-5 3
-, K W 71: 9-9 3
-, Keith 76: 4-23 3
-, Ken 95: 10-19 9
-, Les 92: 2-6 12; 4-16 Special Section 2; 4-30 10; 10-1 1
-, Mark 84: 7-26 8 (P)
-, Matthew 88: 7-14 6
-, Max D
          74: 8-29 1; 10-3 3
          75: 8-29 3
-, Pat 96: 3-28 1 (P)
-, Ryan 2000: 4-6 7
-, Scott 71: 3-18 1; 4-29 2; 5-13 3
-, Shannon
          78: 4-27 1 (P)
          79: 11-1 4
-, Shelley (Shelli, Shelly)
          81: 4-2 5
          82: 9-16 6; 9-30 4
-, Thomas
          91: 2-21 6
          94: 4-21 6
-, Todd 91: 9-12 5 (P)
Ellison, Cynthia 86: 4-17 6; 11-6 1
-, Johnathan 98: 10-1 9
-, Jon
          2001: 1-18 3; 1-25 3; 2-1 3; 2-8 3; 2-15 3; 2-22 3; 3-1 3; 3-8 3; 3-29 3; 4-5 3; 4-12 3; 4-19
                  3; 4-26 2, 3 (P)
         2002: 1-24 3; 1-31 3; 2-7 3; 2-14 3; 2-21 3, 4; 2-28 3; 3-7 3; 3-14 3; 4-4 3; 4-11 1, 3; 4-18
                  3; 4-25 3 (P); 5-2 2 (P), 3; 12-12 12
-, Justin 97: 2-6 13
-, Ron 81: 9-10 11; 9-17 10 (P); 11-19 10
Ellston, Sharon 92: 2-13 12; 2-27 10; 3-19 10; 4-2 12; 4-9 10; 4-16 9, 10; 9-3 5
Ellsworth, Barb 82: 4-15 Accent 1
-, Clarence 74: 3-28 3; 4-25 3
-, Jeff
         88: 11-17 3 LTE
         90: 9-20 4
         91: 2-7 6; 4-4 2 (P); 11-21 9
         92: 1-30 8; 3-5 8
-, Rich 82: 4-15 Accent 3
-, Sara 82: 4-15 1
-, Scott
         91: 5-2 9
         93: 2-4 1 (P)
-, Tina 78: 10-5 3 (P)
Ellyett, Patti (see also Elyett)
         79: 3-22 1; 9-20 4
         80: 4-24 1; 8-28 7
Elm, Donald (Don) 72: 2-3 4
-, Leo 77: 12-8 8
Elmendorf, Edward M 82; 9-23 6
Elmer, Bjorn 71: 4-20 9 (P), 10, 11, 12
-, Lavenda 96: 12-12 4
Elmhauser, Scott (see also Elmshaeuser) 95: 11-16 6
Elmo (camera/projection device) 95: 3-16 9
Elmore, Alice 93: 12-2 2 (P)
-, Les 71: 12-2 5
-, Steve 90: 1-18 10
Elmshaeuser, Scott (see also Elmhauser)
         92: 11-12 2 (P)
         95: 3-16 10 (P)
         96: 1-25 1; 2-2 10; 2-8 1; 2-15 10; 2-29 4; 3-7 1, 4; 3-14 9; 4-4 10; 4-11 1, 9; 4-18 1; 4-25
                  7
Elmshaur, Jenna 99: 3-25 2
Elrich, Dawn 84: 1-26 4
Elrod, Donald 71: 4-20 12
-, Mark
         91: 12-5 2 (P)
         93: 1-21 2 (P)
Elron, Donald 71: 2-4 1
Elsasser, Debbie (Deb)
         79: 8-30 13; 9-13 13; 9-20 11; 9-27 13; 10-4 9; 10-11 9; 10-28 6; 11-8 11; 11-15 10; 11-
                  29 7
         80: 1-31 7; 2-28 11; 8-28 11
         81: 9-10 9; 9-17 10; 9-24 9; 10-1 1; 10-8 11; 10-22 8; 11-12 9; 11-19 9
         82: 1-28 8; 9-2 9; 9-9 9; 9-16 10; 9-23 10; 9-30 12; 10-7 8; 10-14 10; 10-28 8; 11-11 11;
                  11-18 7
         83: 4-28 1; 9-15 10; 9-29 10; 10-6 10; 10-13 12; 10-20 11 (P)
-, Inez 83: 4-28 1
Elsbernd, Tim 79: 9-6 1 (P)
Else, Ann 89: 2-2 1
-, Cindy 88: 5-5 13
-, Lonnie 89: 9-28 5
Elsen, Dede
          85: 12-5 10
          97: 3-13 8
          98: 3-5 8
-, Rece (see also Eisen) 74: 4-11 6; 5-9 1
-, RueAnn 74: 5-9 8
-, Sheri (Shari) 71: 2-4 3; 11-4 6
Elsener, Don 73: 6-28 4
Elsey, Heather 94: 2-3 4
-, Wayne 71: 7-29 3
Elson, Elson 93: 4-29 1
-, Joel 71: 11-4 6
-, Josephine 92: 4-30 1
-, Ken 71: 4-22 6; 9-9 6
-, Kenneth Jr 71: 5-6 1
-, Mary Jo
          95: 1-26 2 (P); 9-28 12; 10-5 16; 11-2 10; 11-11 10; 11-16 14; 11-30 11; 12-7 19
          96: 1-18 9; 2-8 15; 2-15 11; 2-22 9; 2-29 9; 3-7 9; 3-14 13; 3-28 7; 4-4 9; 4-11 11; 9-26 6
                  (P)
-, Sherry 71: 9-16 8
Eltiste, Nicole 93: 12-2 2 (P)
Elton, Bill
          93: 4-15 9
          94: 1-20 2
          96: 9-12 4
„Elton John‟s Greatest hits 1970-2002‟ (recording) 2002: 12-12 6, 7
Elving, Bruce
          79: 9-6 5
          80: 3-13 4
          82: 7-1 5
          83: 3-31 5; 4-28 1
„Elvira Madigan‟ (film) 73: 1-11 7; 3-8 3
ELVIS (Exploring the Library‟s Vital Information Sources) 93: 11-11 12
Elwood Care Center 80: 1-17 3
Ely, Robin 80: 11-6 1
Elyett, Patti (see also Ellyett) 80: 11-13 3
e-mail
          94: 9-15 1; 11-10 1
          95: 2-23 5
          96: 9-12 14
          99: 4-29 13; 10-7 4
          2001: 1-25 7
-, harassment by 99: 9-30 1
-, stalking by 99: 9-30 1
Emal, Denise 90: 6-21 7; 7-19 8
-, Kent C
          71: 2-25 1; 9-23 5; 10-21 4
          72: 8-31 6; 10-12 7
          73: 5-3 8
          75: 10-2 7
          76: 2-5 5
          80: 12-11 1
          81: 1-29 1; 3-19 3; 12-10 1
          87: 7-16 5
          89: 11-16 12
          90: 1-25 1
         95: 4-13 1; 11-16 2
-, Sandra 86: 8-28 12
Emani, Prasad 91: 12-5 2 (P)
embalming 95: 8-31 4
„Embarrass the DJ‟ 2000: 3-9 4
embezzlement 97: 10-23 1
Embrace Asia ‟99 Food Festival 99: 4-15 2; 4-22 2
Embree, Warren 71: 1-7 1; 2-18 1
„Embroidery‟ (minicourse)
         75: 1-16 3; 1-23 4; 1-30 4; 2-6 4; 2-13 5; 2-27 5; 9-18 4
         76: 1-29 1
Emck, Tom 74: 2-14 7 (P)
emergency alarms 98: 11-5 3
emergency telephones
         92: 3-5 1; 8-27 10
         93: 10-7 6
         94: 9-22 1
         96: 2-8 1
         97: 11-6 1
         99: 4-15 1
         2001: 4-5 8
„Emerging Voices‟ 2000: 12-7 7
emeriti faculty 76: 4-23 5
Emerson, Ann 77: 3-24 5
-, Heather 94: 10-27 2 (P)
Emerson, John D 74: 3-7 1; 4-1 8 (P); 4-4 1
-, Willard L
         73: 11-1 6
         74: 9-26 7
Emerson Elementary School 98: 11-12 5
Emery, Dave 71: 1-7 5
-, Norval 89: 11-16 3 LTE
Eminem (performer)
         2001: 1-25 4; 9-13 12 (P)
         2002: 9-5 4; 11-21 7
Emken, Andrea
         99: 9-23 2 (P)
         2000: 4-6 4
-, Kathy 97: 12-11 2
Emmerich, Laura (see also Emmrich)
         2001: 9-20 6; 9-27 6; 10-11 6; 10-18 6; 11-8 6
         2002: 2-7 5
Emmett Kelly Jr Circus 78: 3-8 11; 4-6 1; 4-13 1, 3; 4-20 1; 4-27 1 (AUTH)
Emmrich, Laura (see also Emmerich) 2002: 9-5 5; 9-12 5; 10-17 6
Emmy awards
         98: 9-17 6
         2001: 10-4 2; 10-18 4
Emory, Bill 77: 4-7 6
Emotions Anonymous
         87: 11-12 2
         94: 9-15 14; 9-22 12; 9-29 12; 10-6 12; 10-13 14; 10-20 14; 10-27 12; 11-3 10; 11-10 12;
                 11-17 9, 10; 12-1 10; 12-8 14
         95: 1-19 12; 1-26 12; 2-2 12; 2-9 12; 2-16 8; 2-23 8; 3-2 8; 3-9 10; 3-16 13; 3-30 10; 4-6
                 12; 4-13 12; 4-27 15; 8-24 14; 8-31 13; 9-14 10
„Empathy Training‟ (workshop) 74: 12-12 1
Empathy Workshop 74: 10-10 5
Empkey, Lacy 2002: 4-11 1; 12-5 2 (P)
Employee Health and Wellness Program 98: 10-1 5
Employee of the Month
         99: 1-21 2
         2002: 9-5 2; 10-10 2; 11-7 2; 12-5 2
„Employment in the U.S. for International Students‟ 98: 9-24 9; 10-1 9; 10-8 11; 10-15 11
employment interviews 99: 9-23 9
Employment Suitability 2001: 2-15 8
Emporia State College, department head visit to 75: 11-6 4
Empower IT 2001: 11-8 2
Empress Theater (business) 84: 2-2 6
Empty Closet Support Group
         91: 1-24 10; 1-31 12; 2-7 14; 2-14 10; 2-21 12; 3-7 10; 3-14 10; 4-4 14; 4-11 12; 4-18 12;
                  4-25 10; 5-2 14; 10-3 12; 10-10 16; 10-17 10; 10-24 12; 10-31 12; 11-7 6; 11-14
                  10; 11-21 16; 12-5 16; 12-13 14
         92: 1-23 12; 1-30 14; 2-6 14
Emrich, Sue 71: 3-25 2; 4-1 3
Emrick, Angela 98: 4-23 9
Emry, Leise (Leisa, Lisa)
         82: 9-23 7
         83: 9-8 10; 11-17 7 (P)
         84: 10-18 11
         85: 2-14 16 (P)
Emrys, Barbara (A B)
         94: 4-28 2; 11-10 12; 11-17 10
         96: 12-12 4
         98: 2-5 2; 2-12 10; 3-12 7; 10-8 9
         99: 11-11 1
         2000: 4-20 4
         2001: 9-27 1; 10-18 9; 12-6 4
         2002: 4-18 4; 4-25 9; 5-2 13; 9-19 2; 11-14 2; 11-21 4
Ems, Don 71: 3-4 3
-, Kelly 94: 1-20 2
Emsick, Frank
         88: 12-1 8
         89: 1-19 8; 2-9 10; 3-16 8; 11-2 9; 11-16 9
         90: 1-25 9; 2-1 8; 2-8 7; 11-20 10
         91: 2-14 7
Enarson, Mason 87: 12-3 4 (P)
Enberg, Shawn
         86: 5-1 2 (P)
         2001: 4-12 1
Ench, Tim (see also Enck) 71: 3-4 6
Enck, Terry 73: 5-10 7
-, Tim (see also Ench)
         71: 1-14 4; 2-11 6; 2-25 6; 3-25 6; 4-15 4; 5-6 3; 5-20 6
         72: 1-27 4; 10-26 6
         73: 2-22 7; 3-1 7; 3-8 6; 4-12 9; 4-19 7; 4-26 6; 5-3 11 (P); 5-10 6, 7
-, Tracy 77: 10-6 1
Encomium – A Tribute to Led Zeppelin (recording) 95: 4-27 9
Encore Family (acting troupe) 78: 11-2 1
Encore Players 79: 6-28 3
Encounter 80: 9-25 3
„Encounter „74‟ (fine arts festival) 74: 5-2 3; 7-11 1; 7-26 7; 8-1 1; 8-29 4
„Encounter „75‟ (art project) 75: 7-24 5; 8-29 6
„Encounter ‟76‟ 76: 6-24 6
Encounter Group 79: 3-1 3; 3-15 3; 4-5 3
Encounter Magazine 78: 2-2 3
„End Game‟ (play) 72: 2-24 4
Endacott, Donald 92: 10-22 11
Endecott, Darin 87: 12-10 1 (P)
-, Joyce 71: 3-18 1
Ender, Colleen 90: 3-29 2
-, Julie 72: 7-6 1
Enderson, Ed 73: 4-12 10
Endorf, Deb (see also Endorff) 80: 3-27 6
Endorff, Debbie (see also Endorf) 79: 5-3 9
endorsements, temporary 78: 6-29 1
endowments, KSC receipt of 87: 9-10 12
Ends, Jeff 2001: 10-4 11
energy, alternative sources of 74: 4-1 10
-, search for new sources of 74: 4-1 13
 „Energy and Resources: A Moral Dilemma‟ (symposium) 77: 4-14 1
Energy Committee 76: 2-19 5
energy conservation
          75: 11-6 2; 12-18 5
          78: 1-12 8
          80: 11-20 4, 5
          82: 2-18 1
          83: 3-17 4
          99: 10-28 1
Energy Conservation Committee 75: 11-6 3
Energy Conservation Month 81: 3-5 6
energy conservation workshop 81: 7-16 1
energy consumption 73: 4-3 4
energy costs 75: 11-6 3
energy crisis 11-29 1; 12-6 1
energy days 79: 12-13 7
energy efficiency, projects to improve campus facilities‟ 91: 4-18 6
Energy Saving Committee 77: 1-27 4
Energy Steering Committee 77: 5-5 1
Energy Summer 81 81: 6-18 1
Energy Symposium 77: 4-21 5
Energy Task Force
          74: 1-17 1
          75: 9-18 3; 9-25 3; 10-23 4
          80: 11-20 4
Energy Task Force Steering Committee 75: 10-9 3
Enevoldsen, Lisa 88: 10-6 5
Eng, Carl 2001: 12-6 9
Eng, Tom 72: 10-19 8
Engaged Encounter 85: 4-2 7
engagement (betrothal)
          72: 4-20 4
          91: 4-4 6
Engdahl, Joe (Joel)
          71: 1-14 4; 2-18 6; 4-29 5
          72: 2-3 4; 2-10 4
-, Jason
          97: 2-13 8; 2-27 8; 10-2 2
          98: 2-19 1
          95: 10-12 9; 10-26 2 (P)
-, Krista 97: 4-10 2 (P)
Engel, Brent
          85: 2-5 1; 8-29 3
          94: 3-10 2; 3-31 10
          95: 3-2 8; 9-14 6
          96: 2-15 10 (P)
          97: 4-17 9
-, Gayle 2001: 2-15 8
-, Rod 96: 4-18 4
-, Tanner (see also Eugel)
          2000: 4-20 9; 11-2 7; 11-30 7
          2001: 1-18 5; 1-25 5, 6; 2-1 5; 2-15 5; 2-22 5; 3-1 5 (P); 11-15 5
          2002: 1-31 6; 2-7 6
Engel, Tim (see also Engle)
          71: 10-21 6; 12-2 6
          72: 9-14 6; 9-21 9; 9-28 9; 10-12 8; 10-26 7; 11-2 8; 11-9 11; 11-30 7
          73: 4-26 6; 11-15 5
          74: 4-25 7
-, Traci 88: 11-10 9 (P)
-, Tricia 90: 9-6 2
Engelhardt, Paul 88: 8-4 7
Engelhorn, Jana 76: 4-1 8
Engelke, Renae (see also Engleke)
          87: 9-24 9; 10-29 8; 11-5 7; 11-12 7
          88: 2-4 11; 9-15 9; 9-29 9; 10-6 8
          89: 9-7 4 (P)
          91: 8-29 6; 11-21 2 (P)
Engelmen, Mark 88: 2-25 8
Engels, Dan 94: 11-10 11 (P)
-, Rhonda
          84: 11-1 3
          85: 3-21 1
Engelstad, Allen 71: 4-22 3
Engenberg, Annie 71: 3-25 5 (P)
England, Debra 73: 5-3 3
-, Diane
          79: 10-28 6
          80: 1-31 6; 11-6 9
          81: 2-5 10; 2-12 10; 9-24 6; 11-19 10; 12-10 9
          82: 1-21 9; 1-28 6; 2-4 9 (P), 10; 2-11 8; 2-18 10; 2-25 9; 3-4 6; 4-22 6 (P); 11-11 9; 11-
                  18 8; 12-2 6 (P); 12-9 9, 11 (P)
          83: 1-20 7; 1-27 8; 2-3 10 (P); 2-17 8; 3-3 9
-, Hedi 82: 11-18 Accent 3
England, Geography Department trip to 91: 2-21 12; 3-7 10; 3-14 10; 3-28 10; 4-4 14; 4-11 12; 4-
          18 12; 4-25 10; 5-2 14
-, Department of Criminal Justice study tour of
          89: 12-14 6
          90: 1-18 6; 1-25 6; 2-1 6
-, Department of English study tour of 86: 9-5 2; 9-11 2; 9-18 2
-, Department of Geography study tour of 90: 11-20 6
-, Department of History study tour of 88: 12-8 2
-, study trip to
          75: 1-16 4; 3-20 3
          77: 2-24 7
          79: 10-28 1; 11-1 1
Engle, Becky 86: 8-28 1 (P); 11-20 5
-, Tim (see also Engel)
          71: 9-9 6; 9-16 8; 9-23 6
          72: 3-23 6
          73: 9-6 6; 9-13 7; 10-18 6; 10-25 5; 11-29 7
Englehorn, Jana 74: 5-2 3
Engleke, Renae (see also Engelke) 88: 1-28 8
Engleman, Dallas 96: 1-25 2 (P)
-, Todd 94: 1-20 12
Englemen, Mark 88: 10-6 9
Engler, B J
          79: 5-3 1; 11-8 3; 11-15 1; 11-29 1
          80: 4-3 1; 4-17 1 (P)
          82: 4-15 1; 4-22 3
-, Karen 88: 12-8 5
-, Mark
          99: 9-2 1
          2002: 4-18 11
-, Melissa 2001: 10-11 2
-, Mindy 2002: 11-21 10
Engles, Dan 99: 3-25 1
English, Bruce
          90: 9-13 2 (P)
          92: 4-23 6
-, Kathy 93: 10-14 9
-, James 90: 11-1 2 (P)
-, John
          97: 9-25 4
          2000: 4-6 7
          2001: 9-13 5; 9-27 5; 11-15 6
          2002: 10-17 6; 10-31 5; 11-21 5
-, Judy 80: 1-24 1
-, Kathy
          90: 2-15 11
          96: 3-28 8; 10-3 4
          97: 10-9 6
-, Marcel 97: 9-4 2 (P)
-, Mitch 97: 11-6 8
English 100 (course) 74: 10-3 4
-, flap over value of 80: 10-9 7
English 102 (course), flap over value of 80: 10-9 7
English as a second language 90: 11-15 10
English basic studies program 71: 3-11 5
English Film Series 82: 2-4 1
„English – For Men Only!‟ (lecture) 90: 9-20 4
English Language Institute
          97: 11-20 6
          2002: 4-11 8
Englund, Dave 81: 2-5 1
Engstrom, Linda 71: 3-18 1; 4-29 1, 3; 5-6 6
-m, Royce 95: 10-19 2
Enniga, Sara (see also Enninga) 2001: 9-27 6
Enninga, Sara (see also Enniga)
          2000: 9-7 5; 10-5 6; 10-26 4; 12-7 2 (P)
          2001: 4-12 5; 4-19 5; 4-26 8; 9-20 6; 10-4 6
          2002: 4-4 5; 4-11 6; 9-12 4; 9-19 6
Enlow, Debbie
         81: 5-7 7 (P)
         82: 1-28 5 (P)
Enns, Edmund 72: 4-6 3
-, Jerome 72: 4-6 3
-, Jerry 87: 4-16 6
-, Jess
         71: 9-3 9; 10-21 3
         72: 1-20 1; 2-3 4; 4-6 3 (P)
         73: 11-7 4
         74: 8-29 1
         77: 1-20 1
         78: 9-28 1; 11-16 5 (P)
         79: 9-6 6
         80: 12-11 8
         83: 2-3 5; 3-31 4
         85: 10-23 1
         87: 1-29 1; 2-26 4; 11-19 6
         88: 2-18 5 (P); 4-14 2
         92: 10-22 1
         98: 2-19 6; 3-19 4
-, Jim 73: 9-6 7
-, Wanda
         72: 4-6 3
         81: 10-8 6; 12-10 6 (P)
         82: 3-25 1; 4-15 Accent 4; 6-17 7
         83: 1-27 2; 11-10 5
         84: 2-16 1; 3-23 5; 4-26 Accent 7; 9-6 16; 9-20 2; 9-25 2; 11-6 13
         86: 3-7 4; 7-24 5
         87: 2-12 11; 2-19 4; 5-7 11 (P); 11-5 2; 11-12 2; 11-19 2
         88: 2-4 14; 2-18 5 (P); 2-25 2
Enochs, Randy
         73: 5-10 1; 9-6 3; 10-18 8
         74: 3-21 8; 4-4 4; 5-9 1; 10-3 1; 12-5 3
         75: 2-13 4; 3-6 1; 3-13 4; 5-8 1 (P); 8-29 2 (P); 9-5 2; 9-11 2; 9-18 2; 9-25 2; 10-2 2; 10-2
                  Insert 2; 10-9 2; 10-17 2; 10-23 2; 10-30 2; 11-6 2, 3; 11-13 2; 11-20 2; 12-4 2;
                  12-11 2, 3; 12-18 2, 3
         76: 1-15 2; 1-22 2; 1-29 2; 2-5 2; 2-12 2; 2-19 2; 2-26 2; 3-4 2, 8; 3-18 2; 3-25 2, 8; 4-1 2;
                  4-8 2; 4-8 Spring 9; 4-15 6 (P); 4-23 2; 4-29 2; 5-6 2
enrollment
         71: 2-18 1; 5-20 1; 6-24 1; 7-1 1; 9-16 1; 10-21 3; 12-9 3
         72: 2-10 1; 7-27 1; 9-28 1; 10-12 1
         73: 1-11 10; 2-1 1; 6-28 1; 8-30 3; 9-6 2, 3; 10-4 1
         74: 2-14 1; 3-21 6; 5-2 4; 8-29 1; 9-12 1; 10-10 1; 11-21 4; 12-5 1
         75: 2-13 1; 6-26 1; 7-24 6; 9-5 3; 9-25 3
         76: 2-12 3; 7-1 6; 9-2 1; 10-7 7
         77: 2-17 1; 3-17 10; 9-1 1; 11-10 6
         78: 9-7 1
         79: 3-29 1; 9-20 1
         80: 6-26 3; 8-28 1; 10-9 1
         81: 2-5 4; 2-12 1; 3-5 1; 7-23 6
         82: 10-7 1
         83: 3-17 6; 12-2 4
         84: 2-9 5; 10-16 1
         85: 2-7 1; 8-29 1; 11-14 1
         86: 7-8 1; 9-25 1; 12-11 1
         87: 3-5 10; 5-7 1; 10-8 1; 11-12 6
          88: 1-28 1; 6-30 1; 9-22 1; 11-3 1; 11-17 1
          89: 11-2 2
          91: 10-24 1; 12-5 14
          92: 10-1 1
          93: 9-30 1
          94: 8-25 4
          95: 9-28 1
          96: 9-19 1
          97: 9-4 1, 10; 10-9 1, 4
          98: 9-24 1
          99: 4-15 6; 9-23 10
          2000: 10-12 1, 3
          2001: 2-22 1; 9-20 1; 9-27 1, 2
          2002: 2-14 1, 7; 210-10 7
-, all-time high in 90: 2-1 1
-, by college 86: 4-24 2
-, decline in 79: 9-6 1
-, limit on 83: 9-1 1
enrollment management team 89: 9-14 1
Ensrud, David (Dave)
          84: 11-29 27
          85: 11-14 7; 12-5 13
Entomological Society of America 2002: 5-2 2
„Entr‟acte‟ (film) 82: 2-4 1
entrance examinations, requirement for graduate students to take 88: 3-24 1
Entrepreneurial Advantage see „The Entrepreneurial Advantage‟ (workshop)
entrepreneurs 85: 4-2 19, 20
entrepreneurship, course in 84: 3-29 6
Envick, Donald (Don)
          87: 9-3 4
          90: 2-22 1
          95: 9-14 1
          97: 4-10 5
          2001: 3-1 1, 7
          2002: 9-26 10; 11-7 2 (P)
Envick, Maynard J
          71: 7-15 4; 7-29 3
          72: 2-10 5; 6-22 1
          76: 4-8 3
EnviroBeat 99: 10-7 3; 10-28 1
„Environment in American History‟ (course) 71: 11-11 3
„Environmental Economics‟ (course) 71: 12-2 5
Environmental Health and Sanitation Workshop 73: 9-6 8
Environmental Issues Committee 96: 2-8 1
„Environmental Legislation in Nebraska‟ (lecture) 72: 4-20 1
„Environmental Practice: The New Conservation‟ (book) 72: 3-16 6
„Environmental Psychology‟ (course) 73: 2-22 3
environmental science, proposed minor in 71: 5-13 3; 7-22 7
Environmental Studies Center 74: 9-26 3
Environmental Studies Committee 72: 2-3 3
Environmental Studies Council 72: 4-20 1
Environmental Studies Program
          71: 9-30 1; 11-11 3
          74: 10-17 3
Environmental Studies Seminar 72: 2-3 3
Envoy Banquet see Envoys, recognition banquet for
Envoy organization see Envoys
Envoy Program see Envoys
Envoy Service Association see Envoys
Envoys
          82: 6-17 7; 7-1 7; 9-2 3; 9-16 1
          83: 1-20 6; 1-27 5; 2-3 5; 2-10 1; 3-24 1; 4-14 1; 4-21 1; 4-28 1, 6; 9-1 6; 9-15 1; 10-6 6;
                  11-10 1; 11-17 Accent 2
          84: 4-5 3; 4-12 3; 4-26 1; 5-3 1; 6-28 4; 10-9 10
          85: 1-15 2; 1-17 2; 1-22 2; 1-29 3; 2-26 2, 4; 2-28 2; 5-2 8; 10-3 1; 11-7 2
          86: 5-8 2; 9-25 4; 10-2 1
          87: 3-5 2; 4-30 2; 5-7 1
          88: 4-14 4; 4-21 2; 4-28 1, 2; 5-5 1, 2; 12-8 2
          89: 3-16 2; 5-4 1
          95: 10-26 1, 6; 11-2 4; 12-7 4, 19
          96: 2-15 11; 2-22 1; 9-12 7; 9-19 7; 11-7 5
          98: 2-12 1
          2000: 10-5 1; 11-16 1, 6
          2001: 2-22 1
-, creation of 82: 3-25 1
-, recognition banquet for
          83: 9-29 1
          84: 9-20 2; 9-25 2; 9-27 2; 10-2 2
          89: 9-28 6; 10-5 6
-, recruitment of 88: 3-17 2
-, sponsorship of dance by 87: 1-22 2
Enwall, Nancy 71: 3-11 4
Enya (group) 96: 2-2 6
epilepsy 89: 10-19 6; 11-16 5
Epilepsy Group 87: 9-3 2
Epilepsy Support Group
          89: 9-7 6; 9-14 6; 11-2 4, 6; 11-16 6; 11-30 6; 12-7 6; 12-14 6
          90: 1-18 6; 1-25 6; 2-1 6; 2-8 6; 2-15 5; 2-22 6; 3-1 6; 3-8 6; 3-29 6; 4-5 6; 4-12 6; 9-20
                  4; 10-4 12; 11-1 12; 11-15 14
          91: 2-7 14; 2-14 10; 2-21 12; 3-7 10; 3-14 10; 10-3 12; 10-17 10; 11-21 16
Episcopal Campus Ministry 76: 9-16 1
Episcopal Church
          77: 9-8 6; 9-29 8
          78: 9-7 6
Epke, Walter H 71: 4-20 12
Epley, Boyd 80: 5-1 10
-, Dana
          94: 10-20 12
          95: 10-12 1
          96: 2-15 10
-, Ed 89: 11-30 1
-, Glenn
          82: 11-18 4
          89: 10-5 4
          92: 2-6 11
Eposito, John 90: 3-29 4
Epp, Barbara
          83: 4-28 1
          84: 4-5 3; 9-20 5
-, Tongay 77: 10-6 6
Eppenbach, Deb
         90: 1-25 2; 2-1 11; 2-8 11, 13; 2-15 12; 3-1 4; 3-8 11, 13; 3-29 10; 4-5 9, 10; 4-12 10; 4-
                  19 4; 4-26 11
         91: 5-2 3; 8-29 3; 9-12 3; 9-19 3; 9-26 3; 10-3 3; 10-10 3; 10-17 3; 10-24 3; 10-31 3; 11-7
                  3 (P); 11-14 3; 11-21 3; 12-5 3; 12-13 1, 3
         92: 1-23 3; 1-30 3; 2-6 3; 2-13 3; 2-20 3; 2-27 3; 3-5 3; 3-12 3; 3-19 3; 4-2 3; 4-9 3; 4-16
                  3, Special Section 2; 4-23 3; 4-30 3
-, Troy 98: 12-3 2 (P)
Eppenbaugh, Rob 88: 10-6 9
Epperson, Russ 97: 2-6 8; 10-23 14 (P)
Epping, Mike 99: 2-4 4
Eppley, Dawn 95: 2-9 6
Eppley Cancer Center 2002: 10-31 10
Eppley Express 90: 10-11 4
Eppley Institute for Cancer 87: 9-24 4
Epstein, Erwin H (Irwin)
         71: 6-24 1; 7-29 1; 9-9 1; 10-28 2 LTE; 12-2 2 LTE
         72: 3-9 4, 5; 3-23 5; 9-14 3; 9-28 2; 10-19 3; 11-16 5
         73: 3-22 2 LTE; 9-6 7; 10-11 2 LTE
Equal Credit Opportunity Act 75: 2-20 1
Equal Opportunity Employment, coordinator of 80: 9-11 9
Equal Rights Amendment
         75: 4-17 5
         77: 4-28 1
         81: 2-5 1
Equality Day 84: 7-19 3
equipment, disposition of 82: 4-1 4
Erasure (group) 89: 4-27 12
Erb, Renee 78: 2-9 5
Erbe, Jodi 96: 3-28 2 (P)
Erdman, Janette 73: 10-11 3
Eret, Don 83: 2-17 6
Erhadt, Paula (see also Erhart) 89: 10-19 8
Erhart, Paula (see also Erhadt)
         87: 3-5 8; 10-22 9; 11-19 8; 12-3 8 (P)
         88: 1-14 8 (P), 9; 11-17 7
         89: 1-26 8; 2-2- 9; 2-9 8; 3-16 8; 11-30 7; 12-14 8
         90: 2-8 7 (P)
Erickson, Bill 95: 2-2 12
-, Brad (see also Ericson)
         79: 1-26 3
         94: 9-15 9
-, Carol (see also Ericson) 73: 9-13 8
-, Cathy
         91: 10-3 7; 10-10 7
         92: 4-30 7; 10-1 7
-, Charese 89: 7-13 7
-, Charles 86: 8-28 12
-, Chris
         91: 9-12 8; 9-19 9; 9-26 8; 10-3 8; 10-10 7; 10-17 7; 10-24 8; 10-31 7; 11-7 8; 11-14 8;
                  11-21 7; 12-5 7, 8; 12-13 7
         93: 4-8 2 (P); 10-14 10 (P); 12-2 1
         94: 1-20 8; 1-27 7; 2-3 7; 2-10 7; 2-17 7; 2-24 7; 3-3 7, 8; 3-10 7; 3-17 7; 4-7 8; 4-28 9;
                  11-17 2 (P)
-, Christi 2001: 11-15 2
-, David 93: 9-23 2 (P)
-, Deirdre 94: 3-17 2 (P)
-, Denise Marie
          71: 3-25 1; 4-1 5 (P); 4-15 1; 4-22 1, 4, 5
          72: 5-4 3
-, Frank 71: 2-4 6; 3-11 6; 3-25 2
-, Holly
          74: 11-21 8; 12-12 7
          75: 12-4 8
          76: 1-22 4; 1-29 4; 2-12 8; 2-19 6, 7
-, Jack
          71: 10-7 1
          72: 9-28 5
          73: 2-22 1; 5-3 1
          75: 3-13 3
          76: 2-12 1; 4-1 6; 4-15 1
          77: 4-28 1
          80: 3-27 Encounter 8 (P)
          85: 1-31 3
          88: 1-14 4
-, Jennifer (Jen) (see also Ericksons; Erikson)
          2000: 3-2 2 (P); 9-14 7; 9-21 7; 10-26 6; 11-2 1; 11-9 6; 11-16 1; 12-7 9
          2001: 1-18 8; 2-15 7; 3-8 1; 3-29 9; 4-5 8; 4-19 1, 7; 9-13 3, 10; 9-20 3, 8; 9-27 1, 3, 7;
                  10-4 3; 10-11 3; 10-18 3, 8; 11-1 3, 4; 11-8 2, 3; 11-15 3, 7, 9; 11-29 3; 12-6 3;
                  12-13 2, 3 (P), 11
-, Josh
          94: 11-17 8
          95: 1-19 9; 2-2 8
          97: 2-13 1 (P)
-, Judy 84: 12-6 2
-, Justin
          92: 9-24 14
          95: 1-19 12
-, Kathy 92: 10-15 9 (P)
-, Kimberly 89: 2-9 6
-, Laurie
          92: 4-16 1, Special Section 1; 4-23 2; 4-30 2, 5; 8-27 3, 5, 10; 9-3 3, 5; 9-17 3, 5; 9-24 3,
                  5; 10-1 3, 5; 10- 8 3, 5; 10-15 3; 10-22 3, 5; 10-29 3, 5; 11-5 3; 11-12 3, 5; 11-18
                  3, 5; 12-10 3
          93: 1-21 3, 6, 12; 1-28 3; 2-4 3; 2-11 3; 2-18 3; 2-25 3; 3-4 3; 3-11 3; 3-18 1, 3; 4-1 3; 4-8
                  3; 4-15 3; 4-22 3; 4-29 3
-, Lissa 90: 8-30 15 (P)
-, Lori
          76: 10-14 9
          77: 6-23 1
          78: 3-16 8; 4-27 8; 7-20
-, Lyle 75: 2-6 6; 2-27 8; 3-6 6; 4-4 6; 9-5 10
-, Meg 80: 3-27 Encounter 6 (P)
-, Nancy 88: 9-1 1; 10-12 11 (P)
-, O L Jr 75: 4-10 3
-, Pam 78: 2-9 1; 8-31 5; 9-28 8
-, Pat 72: 3-9 5
-, Peg
          75: 10-23 5; 10-30 5; 11-6 4; 11-13 6
          76: 1-29 1; 2-12 10
          77: 2-17 8
-, Roxi
          82: 12-9 11
           83: 9-15 10; 9-29 10
-, Scott
         86: 4-24 7
         88: 4-14 7
         89: 2-16 8; 4-13 10; 4-27 9; 5-4 7; 9-14 8
         90: 3-1 7; 4-19 7; 4-26 7; 6-21 7; 7-19 6; 10-4 8 (P)
         91: 7-3 11
-, Terry 77: 10-20 1
-, Tracy 91: 10-3 1; 11-21 1 (P)
-, Trenton 98: 12-10 12
-, Valerie 94: 2-17 1
Ericksons, Jennifer (see also Erickson; Erikson) 2001: 9-27 11
Ericson, Brad (see also Erickson)
         75: 11-6 8
         76: 4-1 5
         77: 3-31 7 (P); 4-28 7
         78: 9-21 2 LTE; 9-28 1
         87: 4-30 4
         89: 9-7 1 (P), 6 (P)
         91: 2-21 4
         94: 2-3 9
         2002: 12-12 11
-, Carol (see also Erickson) 74: 4-4 5
-, Courtney 2000: 11-30 2
-, Jack 75: 11-13 10
Eriksen, Charles 87: 11-12 1
-, Sharon
         85: 4-11 2; 4-16 2
         86: 4-10 2; 4-17 2
Erikson, Jennifer (see also Erickson; Ericksons) 2001: 2-1 7; 4-26 2
„Erin Brockovich‟ (film) 2000: 3-23 4
Erion, Heidi
         87: 9-10 4; 9-17 6; 10-1 2; 10-8 6; 10-22 4; 11-19 6; 12-3 2; 12-10 4
         88: 1-21 6; 2-18 4; 2-25 4, 11; 3-17 11; 3-24 4, 8; 4-7 4; 4-18 8; 4-21 15; 5-5 13; 9-8 14;
                  9-15 8; 9-22 6; 9-29 11; 10-6 14; 10-12 11; 11-3 4; 11-10 6, 9; 11-17 10; 12-1 12;
                  12-8 10
         89: 1-26 4; 2-9 1, 3 LTE; 2-16 1; 3-2 10; 3-30 11, 12; 4-13 4; 4-20 9; 5-4 4, 13
         90: 10-4 1; 10-25 6; 11-8 4; 11-20 12; 12-13 6
         91: 1-24 1; 1-31 11; 2-7 1, 6, 13; 2-14 2; 2-21 4, 10; 4-4 7, 13; 4-25 4, 6; 5-2 12
Erk Award 83: 9-29 4
Erlandson, Sara 94: 4-28 4; 9-1 5; 9-15 13; 9-22 9; 9-29 1, 10; 10-6 6, 10 (P); 10-13 9, 12; 10-20
         1, 9; 10-27 9; 11-10 9; 11-17 6; 12-8 4, 9
Ermatinger, James (Jim)
         90: 3-1 6; 4-5 6; 4-12 6
         91: 4-18 6
         92: 2-6 1, 2; 10-29 12
         94: 4-21 2
         95: 3-16 10
Ernest, Bill 71: 10-7 5
Ernie‟s Barber Shop (business) 94: 1-20 4
Ernsbarger, Jan 89: 9-28 8
Ernst, Brandon
         2001: 4-12 6
         2002: 2-21 5, 6; 2-28 6; 3-7 5; 3-14 6; 4-4 6; 4-11 5; 4-18 5; 4-25 6
-, Cindy 2001: 12-6 7
-, Joe
         77: 2-10 12; 2-24 8; 11-17 7
         78: 11-16 10, 11; 11-30 8; 12-14 10
         79: 1-11 9; 1-18 10; 2-15 10; 3-15 1 (P); 4-5 10 (P); 11-1 9 (P); 11-29 8; 12-6 12; 12-13 9,
                 10
         80: 1-10 8; 1-17 7, 8 (P); 1-24 8; 1-31 6; 2-7 10; 2-14 6; 2-21 7; 2-28 10; 3-6 9; 3-13 9
                 (P); 3-27 8 (P); 4-17 8; 5-1 10; 6-19 8; 9-11 10; 11-6 9
-, Lee
          98: 1-22 4
          99: 9-2 1
-, Les (Leslie)
          95: 3-2 6; 8-24 2
          96: 2-29 3
          97: 9-11 2; 10-30 6
          98: 3-19 4; 4-9 1; 4-16 1; 4-30 4; 8-27 1; 12-10 7
          2000: 2-17 1; 4-13 8
-, Leslie E 97: 1-30 3 LTE
-, Randy 74: 2-7 7
-, Rhonda 79: 2-1 6
-, T J 99: 4-29 3
-, Tari 75: 9-5 8
-, Tim 81: 3-26 5 (P)
Erpelding, Leroy 94: 9-1 6
-, Lisa 95: 11-16 1
-, Louise A 2000: 4-20 4
Erret, Ken (see also Errett) 73: 5-3 1
Errett, Kenneth W (Ken) (see also Erret)
          71: 9-16 1
          76: 2-26 1; 7-1 8
          79: 3-15 6; 11-8 6
          87: 6-18 8 (P); 8-27 6
-, Michael
          88: 9-8 15
          89: 10-5 1
Ertan, Teo 95: 8-24 2 (P)
Ertz, Dan 94: 3-17 1
Ervin, Betsy
          86: 12-4 3 LTE
          87: 4-30 4 (P)
-, Daniel 91: 11-7 3 LTE
-, Deslie 92: 10-1 4
-, Elizabeth
          87: 4-16 4
          88: 1-14 6
-, Jeramie (Jeromie) 93: 2-4 7; 2-18 7; 8-26 7
Ervin, Marilyn 83: 7-14 4
Erwin, Betsy 84: 4-12 4 (P)
-, Bob 92: 10-22 7
-, Jolly 77: 11-3 7
-, Lisa 85; 8-29 3
Erwin, Michael 73: 10-4 4
-, Sharon 71: 4-1 4
ESCAPE: Exotic Species Curriculum for Agricultural Problem-Solving Education 4-11-2002 1, 8
„Escape from New York‟ (film) 82: 1-21 5
Esch, Adam
          2000: 2-17 4 (P); 3-9 1; 4-20 1 (P)
          2001: 1-18 1; 2-15 4; 3-29 911-1 8
         2002: 2-14 4 (P); 3-14 4; 4-18 7
-, Chris 92: 4-9 2 (P); 4-16 2
Eschliman, Tom 2000: 9-28 2; 10-26 2 (P)
escort service (campus safety)
         79: 11-1 5
         83: 9-22 11
         87: 4-9 2; 4-16 2; 11-12 10
         88: 11-17 4
         95: 11-16 1
         96: 2-2 6
         97: 5-1 1
-, low demand for 90: 2-15 2
Eshleman, Tamina Louise 2002: 4-25 10
Esiason, Boomer 96: 2-8 16 (P)
Esienmann, Scott (Eisenmann?) 99: 3-11 2
Esken, Debra 96: 12-12 15
Eskew, Deb 98: 12-10 11
-, Jarrod 96: 11-21 6
-, Jim Jr 89: 12-14 5
„Eskimo Art‟ (art exhibit) 77: 9-1 4
Eskimos (marching band) 75: 9-5 1
Eskra, Dave 79: 4-5 11; 4-12 9; 4-26 7
Esmay, Jerale 79: 11-8 3
ESP
         79: 9-20 7
         80: 10-23 Encounter 3
„ESP‟ (minicourse) 75: 2-27 5; 3-6 5; 3-13 4; 3-20 3; 4-4 3; 4-10 6
Espanol Club 80: 10-9 1
„Especially For You‟ (recording) 87: 3-5 5
Espenmiller, Laura
         95: 8-24 9
         97: 2-20 7; 2-27 7; 3-6 7; 3-13 7; 3-20 6; 4-10 6, 7; 4-17 7; 4-24 6; 5-1 7 (P); 9-25 6
         98: 2-19 7; 3-5 5; 4-2 5; 4-9 5; 4-16 5, 6; 4-23 5
         99: 2-25 8; 4-1 7; 4-22 5
Espenover, June 73: 4-19 3
Espinger, Cortez 2002: 4-18 4
Espresso Coffee Cart 95: 11-30 11
Essay and Design Contest 96: 4-4 1
Essert, Bill 83: 10-13 13 (P)
Essman, Jeff
         85: 12-12 7
         87: 11-5 7
         88: 2-25 10; 3-24 10 (P); 9-1 7
-, Kevin 87: 12-10 1
Estabrook, Jim
         72: 11-9 1
         73: 2-15 4
Estabrook, Foster and Associates (business) 73: 2-15 4
Estergard, Brent 93: 12-2 3 LTE
Estes, Erik 99: 12-9 2 (P)
-, Gary (Garrett)
         91: 10-3 7
         92: 10-8 9; 10-22 7
         93: 8-26 7
         94: 4-28 8
-, Glen 80: 9-11 4
-, Janice 92: 10-29 3
-, Kent (Ken)
         71: 9-16 1; 11-11 4
         72: 11-9 1
         73: 2-15 4; 9-6 1; 9-13 1, 8; 9-27 3
         74: 9-19 5 (P); 10-10 5; 12-12 1
         75: 2-27 3; 8-29 3; 11-6 5, 7
         77: 11-17 3
         78: 1-26 10; 11-16 7
         80: 9-11 4; 12-11 8
         81: 7-30 6
         88: 6-23 1
         94: 9-15 9
         99: 12-9 3
-, Kim 90: 9-27 11
Estes Park (band) 99: 4-29 1
Estrada, Veronica 83: 12-2 4
Estrich, Susan 92: 11-5 2
ESU-10 97: 9-11 7
Etchinson, Lenore (see also Etchison) 76: 4-1 5
Etchison, Lenore (see also Etchinson) 76: 3-18 3
„Ethics and Integrity‟ (seminar) 90: 2-8 6
„Ethics and Politics‟ (symposium) 74: 10-24 3; 11-6 3
 „Ethics and the Teaching of Composition‟ (lecture) 95: 11-16 2; 11-30 2
etiquette, wedding 89: 4-6 6
Etiquette Seminar
         92: 1-30 11; 11-12 11
         93: 4-15 10
         97: 10-16 2; 10-23 2
         98: 2-26 7; 3-5 9
         99: 3-11 2
         2000: 2-24 2; 3-2 2
         2001: 2-22 2; 3-1 2
„Etiquette Seminar/Dinner‟ (workshop) 2002: 10-3 2; 10-10 2
„Etiquette Workshop‟
         2001: 10-4 2
         2002: 2-28 2
Ettinger, Delphine 97: 10-16 6
Etzelmiller, Mark
         77: 2-3 6; 2-10 10; 2-17 7; 11-17 7
         78: 1-12 10; 2-9 8 (P); 2-16 6; 2-23 7; 3-8 9 (P); 3-16 9 (P); 5-4 11 (P); 11-16 10; 11-30 8
         79: 1-18 10; 2-1 14 (P); 2-15 10 (P); 3-22 10; 9-13 15
         80: 4-3 10; 4-17 8
Etzold, Brit 83: 2-17 6
Eubank, Gary (see also Eubanks)
         74: 11-14 5
         75: 2-27 5; 9-25 1
Eubanks, Brenda 95: 2-9 6; 3-2 7; 3-16 8
-, Gary (see also Eubank) 75: 12-11 3
Eugel, Tanner G (see also Engel) 96: 9-19 11
Eulenspiegel Puppet Theater 92: 8-27 5
Eure, Darrel 94: 3-31 11
Eureste, mary Jane 82: 9-30 1
Europe, Horizons Honors Program study tour of 88: 7-14 5
-, study tour by International Studies Program of 89: 4-13 4; 7-20 8
-, study trip to
          73: 1-11 1; 3-1 1; 9-6 5
          74: 1-17 3; 4-4 8; 7-26 5; 12-12 5
          77: 4-28 10; 9-8 8B
          78: 12-7 10
          79: 3-22 1; 3-29 10
          80: 1-24 1; 7-24 3; 12-4 3
          84: 11-29 7; 12-4 2, 12
          85: 8-29 9; 10-10 9
          87: 12-3 2
-, summer jobs in 80: 1-10 3
-, tourist trade in 73: 4-3 5
-, travel in 76: 2-26 1
-, trip by Department of Family and Consumer Sciences to 92: 2-13 12
-, US relations with 73: 4-3 3
Europe (group) 88: 10-6 4
European Football League 94: 4-14 8
European Study Tour 78: 12-7 10
Eurre, Darryl 87: 6-25 1
Eustler, Emily 97: 10-2 7
euthanasia
          79: 4-26 Encounter 4
          99: 3-25 1
Eva J Case Hall see Case Hall
evaluation of faculty 86: 2-13 1
Evan, Jeanette 96: 4-25 6
-, Michael
          71: 9-3 10
          73: 8-30 7
-, Michael Jr 96: 4-25 6
Evangelical Campus Ministries 81: 10-29 1
Evangelical Free Church
          71: 10-21 3
          72: 4-20 4; 5-4 1
          73: 8-30 7
          77: 9-15 5
          78: 10-5 1
          80: 2-7 3
          82: 4-1 7
Evangelical Lutheran Church of America, summer conference at UNK of 91: 8-1 2
Evangelical Wesleyan 74: 9-26 7
Evangelical Wesleyan Church
          71: 10-21 3
          73: 8-30 7
Evans, Bert 74: 11-14 5; 11-21 1
-, Bill 78: 10-26 1
-, Bradly 98: 10-29 11; 11-12 9
-, Brian
          83: 9-15 4 (P); 9-22 15; 9-29 9
          84: 3-29 5; 4-12 9; 5-3 9
-, Charles H 76: 2-12 10
-, Clara 73: 3-29 10; 4-5 8 (P); 4-12 1
-, David Allan (David Allen)
          86: 3-13 2
          90: 7-12 6
-, Desiree
          90: 2-1 10 (P); 9-27 2; 11-20 13
           91: 2-14 1; 4-4 2 (P)
-, Dylan 2002: 1-31 2 (P)
-, Frank E 71: 4-20 12
-, Gabe 99: 2-25 2
-, Georgie 79: 3-15 5
-, Jeff 97: 2-6 13
-, Jennifer 84: 9-20 7
-, Jerry 96: 1-18 5
-, Jill 78: 6-15 5
-, Jim 77: 10-6 3
-, John
           76: 9-9 8
           77: 4-21 1
           78: 1-12 3
           2001: 10-18 4
-, John C 77: 10-20 2 LTE
-, Joseph 99: 11-4 1
-, Kim
           80: 1-31 7; 2-28 11
           81: 2-12 9
-, Michael (Mike)
           79: 1-18 10
           96: 4-11 2
           98: 8-27 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7; 9-3 3, 4, 5, 10; 9-10 3, 4; 9-17 3, 7; 9-24 3; 10-1 1, 3, 5, 6, 8; 10-8
                   3; 10-15 3; 10-29 3; 11-5 3 (P); 11-12 3; 11-19 2, 3; 12-3 1, 3; 12-10 3
           2000: 8-31 3; 9-7 3; 9-14 3; 9-21 3; 9-28 3; 10-5 3; 10-12 3; 10-26 3; 11-2 3; 11-9 3; 11-
                   16 3; 11-30 3; 12-7 3; 12-11 2, 3
           2001: 1-18 3 (P); 1-25 3 (P); 2-1 3; 2-8 3 (P); 2-15 3 (P); 2-22 1, 3; 3-1 3; 3-8 3; 3-29 1, 3;
                   4-5 3, 7 (P); 4-12 3 (P); 4-19 3; 4-26 2, 3
           2002: 5-2 12
-, Paula
           78: 1-26 9; 5-4 13
           79: 1-26 9; 2-22 10; 3-29 12; 4-12 8; 4-26 8; 5-3 15; 9-27 5
           80: 1-31 7; 2-21 8; 2-28 11; 3-6 8; 4-17 10; 4-24 8; 5-1 9
           81: 2-12 9; 2-26 7; 3-5 9; 4-9 8; 5-7 9
-, Pete (Peter)
           2001: 11-8 2
           2002: 4-25 8
-, Randy
           71: 11-4 6
           72: 9-7 5; 9-14 6; 9-21 8; 9-28 8, 9; 11-2 8
           73: 3-22 6; 3-29 8; 4-19 6; 4-26 7; 5-3 10
           74: 3-7 7; 4-4 7; 4-18 7; 4-25 6, 7; 5-2 9; 5-9 7; 8-29 6; 9-5 6; 9-12 7; 9-26 8
           75: 2-6 6; 3-6 7; 3-20 5
           76: 9-29 10
           86: 8-28 12
-, Scott
           78: 9-7 10
           89: 2-16 1
           91: 11-14 6
-, Sean 94: 1-27 11 (P)
-, Ted 2002: 4-25 2 (P)
-, Virginia 71: 5-6 6
 „Evening for Etiquette‟ (workshop) 92: 2-6 14; 2-13 12
Evening of Concert Dance 2002: 3-14 4
„Evening with Tevye‟ (show) 76: 11-4 1, 3
Evenson, Chris
          96: 2-15 12 (P)
          98: 12-10 1
Everclear (group) 99: 2-25 6
Everett, Elizabeth 82: 1-21 1
-, Jason
          91: 9-19 2 (P)
          94: 9-15 1; 11-3 1 (P); 11-10 10
          95: 8-31 13; 10-12 13 (P); 10-19 1; 11-16 10
          96: 1-18 9, 10
-, Linda 84: 11-29 10
Everhart, Amy 99: 9-16 8
Everitt, Dean 72: 1-20 5
-, Melissa 2000: 2-24 2 (P)
Everlast (artist) 99: 2-4 4
Evers, Becky 85: 2-26 1
-, Colleen (Coleen, Colene) 71: 4-1 4; 5-13 4; 9-23 4; 10-7 4
-, Cynthia 79: 9-20 5
-, Fran
          71: 2-4 3; 2-18 8; 3-11 6; 3-18 8; 4-1 6; 4-15 4; 4-29 6
          72: 1-20 6; 2-10 6; 2-17 6; 3-2 6; 3-9 6; 4-13 6; 4-20 8; 5-4 6
-, Kim A
          89: 9-21 1; 9-28 1
          91: 10-3 1
-, Michelle
          88: 7-21 5
          89: 11-2 9; 12-7 8
-, Vicky (Vickie)
          71: 2-18 6; 4-1 4; 12-9 8
          72: 2-3 1 (P); 2-17 1; 3-2 Supp 1 (P); 3-16 2 LTE; 10-12 3; 11-30 1
          73: 2-22 5; 3-1 4; 4-26 3
Eversmann, Matt (Matthew) 2002: 10-31 2; 11-7 2, 4; 11-14 6 (P)
Everson, Cory 89: 3-30 5
Evert, Mary (Mary Jo) 78: 4-20 1; 9-14 4
Every, Bill
          77: 11-10 4
          78: 2-2 1; 3-16 4
Every Woman (organization) 72: 4-27 1
 „Everyday‟
          2001: 3-1 4
          2002: 5-2 6
„Everyman‟ (play) 72: 3-2 4
Everyman Players 72: 9-14 4; 9-28 1
„Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex‟ (film)
          77: 9-1 4
          81: 10-29 3
evidence, disposal of 89: 4-27 4
„Evita‟ (play) 86: 5-1 1; 10-9 6
evolution, theory of 95: 4-27 3
Evy, Jeff 77: 12-1 10
Ewers, Doug 2000: 2-10 2 (P)
-, Jim 77: 9-8 13
-, Kathryn (Kathy)
          86: 12-4 3 LTE
          87: 9-17 2; 9-24 6
          88: 1-14 6; 3-17 11; 4-14 4; 4-21 14; 5-5 2; 10-6 2; 10-12 2; 10-27 2; 11-3 2; 11-17 9
Ewin, Sharon 72: 1-13 3
Ewing, Kim 87: 7-23 5
-, Mary K 71: 6-24 3
-, Noel
          78: 7-27 8; 10-12 1
          79: 4-5 3 (P)
Ewoldt, Mike (see also Ewolt)
          71: 2-25 6; 3-25 6; 4-22 6; 4-29 4, 6; 5-13 6; 5-20 3; 6-24 4
          72: 1-20 4; 4-20 8; 4-27 6; 5-4 6; 9-14 4
-, Julie A 99: 11-18 8
Ewolt, Mike (see also Ewoldt)
          71: 2-25 6; 4-1 2; 5-20 6
          72: 3-9 6; 3-23 6; 4-13 6
 „Excalibur‟ (film) 82: 1-21 5; 2-11 1
Excellence in Leadership Award 92: 4-2 10
Excellence in Research and Scholarship Award 91: 10-10 4
Excellence in Service to Students Award 91: 10-10 4
Excellence in Teaching Award
          78: 4-6 1
          84: 9-20 1
          91: 10-10 4
Exceptional Individuals in Society (course) 94: 2-3 1
excuses, students‟ 85: 3-21 14
exercise
          83: 3-24 6
          84: 3-1 7
          86: 4-10 4
          94: 3-17 1
          95: 10-5 4
„Exercise Class‟ (minicourse)
          71: 10-7 4
          74: 1-31 3
exercise during pregnancy 85: 1-17 2
Exercise Program for Diabetics 92: 10-1 14; 10-8 13; 10-15 14; 10-22 14; 10-29 14; 11-5 12; 11-
          12 14; 11-18 12; 12-10 15
Exon, J James (Jim)
          71: 2-4 1; 2-11 1; 2-18 1; 3-4 1; 3-11 1; 3-25 1; 4-15 1; 4-20 10, 11 (P), 12; 4-22 1; 5-6 1;
                   5-20 1; 10-7 1; 10-14 1, 3
          72: 2-10 3; 3-10 10, 11 (P); 3-16 1; 4-6 1; 4-13 1; 4-27 1; 6-29 1; 11-9 6
          73: 1-25 1; 2-1 1; 3-1 2 LTE; 3-22 6; 4-3 8, 9 (P); 4-5 1; 4-12 10; 4-19 1; 4-26 6; 5-3 1, 7
                   (P); 8-30 1; 9-6 8 (P); 9-27 3; 10-18 1; 11-7 1; 11-15 3
          74: 1-17 1; 1-31 1, 5; 2-7 1; 2-14 3; 3-7 1; 4-1 2, 9 (P); 4-4 1, 4; 4-11 1; 4-18 1; 4-25 1; 5-
                   9 3; 9-12 1; 10-24 1; 11-14 1
          75: 1-23 1, 3; 9-5 3; 10-9 3; 10-23 3; 11-20 5
          76: 1-15 5; 2-5 3, 9; 2-12 3; 3-25 4; 4-23 3; 4-29 3; 5-6 3, 4; 7-1 8; 10-14 5; 12-2 1
          77: 2-10 6; 2-17 3; 4-21 1, 3
          78: 3-16 1; 5-4 1; 9-7 3
          79: 9-20 1; 10-11 4
          80: 7-10 1; 9-4 5; 11-20 5; 11-20 Encounter 2 (P); 12-11 1
          81: 3-26 1
          83: 1-27 1
          84: 9-25 1; 10-9 2; 11-1 1 (P), 3
          85: 11-7 3 LTE
          86: 2-13 1; 2-27 12
          87: 7-2 7; 9-10 5
          90: 7-26 4; 11-1 1 (P); 11-8 1
exotic dancing 91: 10-3 11
expanded campus 79: 8-30 6
Expanded Campus Program
         74: 12-5 1
         75: 9-11 4; 12-18 4
         82: 10-7 1
         85: 9-19 1
Expedition Research, Inc 80: 12-11 6
Experimental Theatre 71: 9-3 10; 10-7 3
Exploring Folk Art in Nebraska (exhibit) 95: 8-24 2
„Exploring the Sky‟ (program) 2002: 9-19 2, 7
Explorations Lecture Series 2002: 1-31 2; 2-7 2, 8; 2-21 2; 2-28 2; 3-7 8; 3-14 2; 4-11 2; 10-17 1;
         10-31 2; 11-7 2
explosions on campus 93: 2-18 6
Expo ‟74 74: 5-2 3
Expressions Catering 2001: 4-26 9
Exstrom, Barb 76: 7-9 2
-, Brad (see also Extrom)
         78: 10-12 15
         79: 11-8 10
-, Christopher (Chris)
         98: 2-5 8; 4-30 2
         99: 4-29 3
         2002: 3-7 2; 4-4 2; 4-11 2; 4-18 8; 9-26 2; 10-10 7
-, Suzanne 98: 12-3 2; 12-10 2
extended education courses 99: 11-11 1
external reviews 92: 4-2 10
extra sensory perception see ESP
„Extra Sensory Perception‟ (minicourse) 76: 1-29 1; 2-12 10; 2-19 5
Extreme (group) 95: 3-9 4
Extreme! 2000: 8-31 2
Extreme Air (ride) 98: 3-12 1
„Extreme Prejudice‟ (film) 88: 2-25 2
Extreme Week
         99: 9-9 2; 9-16 1, 7
         2000: 9-7 4
EXTREMEROLLER 83: 6-30 6
„Extremities‟ (play) 84: 9-6 15; 10-2 2; 10-4 2; 10-9 2; 10-11 2, 7, 8; 10-18 11
Extrom, Brad (see also Exstrom)
         78: 10-5 15
         79: 12-13 7
         80: 7-24 7
Exum, Peggy
         71: 11-18 4
         72: 3-2 4; 3-16 5; 3-23 4
         73: 3-1 4; 3-1 Fashion 15; 4-3 11
 „Eye on the Prize‟ (film) 96: 2-22 9
Eyemosa 2001: 11-8 4
eyewear 75: 3-13 Special 8
 „Eyewitness‟ 99: 10-28 7
eyewitnesses, reliability of 94: 2-17 6
Eymann, Brandon 2002: 3-7 6
Eynetich, Julie 80: 1-31 5

F
Faase, Deena 85: 3-28 7
FAB Co (group) 73: 10-11 4; 10-18 1, 8; 10-25 1
Faber, Tiffany (Tiffani)
          2000: 11-9 4; 11-16 7
          2001: 1-18 6; 1-25 6; 2-8 6; 2-22 6; 11-8 10; 12-13 8
          2002: 1-24 6; 2-7 6; 2-21 6
Fabjance, John
          86: 3-13 2
          91: 9-26 1
Fable (band) 81: 3-5 1
Fabulous February Party 85: 2-26 2
Faces (business)
          84: 2-2 4; 11-15 1
          87: 4-16 6
          89: 11-16 1
„Faces of Death‟ (film) 96: 3-28 4
Facilitating Open Couple Communication, Understanding Study (FOCUS) 92: 2-6 12
facilities, long-term plan for 93: 10-7 1
facilities fee 81: 10-29 Accent 2
Facilities Master Plan 92: 9-3 6
„Fact Finder on Family Farm Legislation‟ (seminar) 74: 11-14 5
Fact or Fiction (wellness program) 89: 10-12 6; 1-19 6
faculty, breakdown by rank 97: 2-13 1
-, cutback in number of 73: 1-11 1
-, promotion of 88: 6-23 2
-, recruitment of 85: 7-23 1, 4
Faculty and Staff Art Exhibit 87: 10-1 2
Faculty and Staff Photo Contest 82; 9-30 1
Faculty Appreciation Committee 90: 10-25 14
Faculty Appreciation Week
          88: 2-4 8
          2000: 9-21 2
faculty art exchange program 75: 10-2 5
Faculty-Administration Fund Drive 74: 3-7 1
Faculty Art Show
          71: 2-11 3; 3-11 4; 11-11 4
          72: 11-2 4
          73: 10-25 4
          74: 3-7 5
          75: 1-16 4; 1-23 4
          76: 1-15 3; 1-22 6
          79: 1-18 3
          84: 2-16 8
          85: 11-7 2; 11-21 2; 12-5 2; 12-12 2
          87: 2-26 12
          90: 2-22 4
          91: 9-26 6
Faculty Arts and Lecturers Council (Faculty Senate Artists and Lecturers Committee?) 90: 2-1 6
faculty bargaining agent, forum to select 74: 9-19 6
Faculty Coffee, sponsorship by Alumni Association of 82: 10-7 7
Faculty College
          86: 12-11 6
          87: 4-2 1
faculty contracts 85; 8-29 1
Faculty Development Program 77: 2-3 1; 2-10 1; 2-24 1
faculty evaluations
          72: 1-27 3
          73: 12-13 1
          77: 1-13 2; 1-20 3; 1-27 1; 2-3 1; 11-10 1, 8; 12-1 1
          79: 3-1 4; 11-29 Encounter 2
          80: 1-31 3
          84: 5-3 1
          86: 2-13 1
          87: 11-12 12
faculty exchanges 84: 3-29 8
Faculty Flute Recital
          2001: 9-13 2
          2002: 9-26 2
faculty golf tournament 74: 7-11 1; 7-18 1; 7-26 7
Faculty Member of the Month 91: 11-14 1
faculty orientation 72: 8-31 3
Faculty Photo Contest 82: 9-9 1; 9-16 1
faculty positions, loss of
          71: 3-4 1; 3-11 1
          72: 11-30 1
          73: 11-1 1; 11-7 1; 11-15 1, 3; 12-13 1
-, new 87: 8-27 10
faculty prayer breakfast 86: 4-17 2; 5-1 2
faculty rank, proposal re 71: 7-22 2, 3
faculty raps 73: 10-11 3
Faculty Recital 75: 10-23 4, 5
Faculty Research Council 73: 9-13 5
Faculty Retirement Luncheon 75: 5-1 3
faculty salaries
          74: 12-12 1
          83: 10-20 1
          85: 7-23 1, 4; 9-26 1
          87: 9-24 1
          91: 3-28 1
-, effect of gender on 92: 4-2 1
-, effect of Nixon freeze on 71: 12-2 1
-, increase in
          76: 7-9 7
          78: 5-4 1
          84: 2-9 1
          86: 11-20 1
          88: 1-21 1; 1-28 1; 2-4 1; 3-24 1; 6-23 1
          91: 7-18 1
Faculty Seminar Series 71: 9-16 5
Faculty Senate
          71: 2-4 3; 2-18 1; 3-11 5; 5-13 1; 6-24 1; 7-22 2, 3; 9-9 3; 10-14 1; 11-11 1, 5; 11-18 1;
                  12-9 3
          72: 1-27 3; 2-10 1; 3-9 3; 4-20 1; 6-22 1; 7-27 1; 9-14 7; 10-19 5; 11-9 8
          73: 3-8 8; 3-22 8; 4-12 6; 7-12 8; 9-13 8; 9-27 6; 10-11 1; 10-18 1; 11-7 3; 11-15 3; 12-13
                  4
          74: 5-9 1; 9-5 1; 9-12 3; 9-19 3; 11-6 1; 11-14 1; 12-5 1; 12-12 8
          75: 2-13 3; 3-13 3; 9-18 3; 10-9 5; 11-13 10; 12-11 8
          76: 1-29 3; 4-8 4; 9-16 3, 5; 9-23 1; 10-7 4; 10-14 4; 11-4 1, 3; 11-18 5; 12-2 3; 12-9 1
          77: 1-27 5; 2-3 3; 2-17 5; 3-3 3; 3-24 10; 4-14 3; 4-21 3; 5-5 8; 9-8 3; 9-15 6; 10-6 3; 11-3
                  3; 11-10 8
          78: 2-2 3; 4-6 3; 5-4 3; 9-21 6; 9-28 1; 10-5 3; 12-7 4; 12-14 1
          79: 2-1 3; 3-1 3; 4-12 1; 9-13 1; 11-29 Encounter 5
          80: 1-10 3; 10-16 4; 12-11 1, 8
          81: 2-5 3; 2-12 1; 10-1 3; 11-5 3; 12-3 1, 3; 12-10 1; 12-10 Accent 1
          82: 3-4 1; 4-1 3; 4-29 3; 9-9 6; 10-7 7
          83: 3-24 1; 4-6 6; 5-5 7; 10-20 1
          84: 2-16 185: 2-12 13; 4-18 3; 9-19 1; 11-14 1, 4; 12-12 1; 5-3 1, 5; 9-27 1; 10-11 1
          86: 1-30 1; 2-13 1; 4-17 1; 5-1 1; 7-31 8; 10-9 1; 10-30 1; 11-13 1
          87: 1-22 1; 2-12 1; 3-26 1, 2; 4-9 2, 6; 5-7 4; 6-25 8; 9-10 1; 9-17 1; 10-8 1; 12-10 1
          88: 1-21 1; 2-11 1; 3-17 1; 3-24 1; 4-14 1; 6-23 2; 7-14 1; 9-8 1; 10-12 1; 11-10 1; 11-17
                  1; 12-8 2
          89: 1-19 1; 2-9 1; 4-13 1; 4-27 1, 6; 7-27 2; 9-14 1; 10-12 12; 11-9 1; 11-16 12; 11-30 1,
                  2; 12-14 2
          90: 1-25 1; 2-8 1; 3-8 1; 4-12 1; 4-26 1; 11-20 1; 12-6 1
          91: 2-7 1; 10-31 12; 11-7 6; 12-5 12
          92: 1-23 1; 2-6 2; 3-12 11; 4-16 6; 9-17 1, 14; 11-12 1
          93: 1-28 2; 3-11 1, 4; 11-11 2
          94: 1-20 1, 11; 3-10 1; 4-28 1; 11-10 1, 10; 12-8 1
          95: 1-19 1; 2-9 1, 8; 3-9 1; 4-13 1, 4; 8-24 14; 8-31 13; 9-14 1, 10; 9-21 12; 9-28 12; 10-5
                  16; 10-12 1, 14; 10-19 10; 10-26 11; 11-2 10; 11-11 1, 6, 10; 11-16 2, 14; 11-30
                  1, 10, 11; 12-7 19
          96: 1-18 9, 10; 1-25 9; 2-2 9; 2-8 10, 15, 16; 2-15 11; 2-29 9, 10; 3-7 9; 3-14 6, 13; 3-28
                  7; 4-4 1, 9; 4-11 4, 11; 4-18 2, 10; 4-25 2, 17; 8-29 12, 13; 9-12 1, 7, 13; 9-19 11;
                  9-26 9; 10-3 9; 10-10 1, 10, 11; 10-24 1; 11-7 1; 11-14 1; 12-12 4
          97: 1-23 4; 2-13 4, 8; 4-10 1, 4; 9-11 1; 10-9 1, 4; 10-16 1; 11-13 1; 12-11 1
          98: 1-22 4; 2-12 10; 4-23 1; 9-10 1; 10-8 9
-, amendments to constitution of 74: 10-10 3
-, committees of 71: 3-18 1; 4-22 4
-, elections for
          73: 12-13 4
          74: 7-11 6
-, request for faculty representation on Board of Trustees by 87: 11-12 1
Faculty Senate Academic Affairs Committee
          71: 3-18 1; 4-22 4; 7-22 7; 10-14 4; 10-28 3
          72: 2-10 3; 4-6 1; 4-20 1; 9-14 7; 10-12 4; 11-9 1
          73: 1-18 1; 2-1 1; 3-1 5; 11-15 3
          74: 5-2 1; 10-10 1; 10-17 9; 11-6 1
          75: 1-23 1; 3-13 5
          76: 1-15 3; 2-19 4; 4-23 3; 10-14 3, 7; 10-21 1; 11-4 5
          77: 11-10 8
          78: 2-2 4; 11-9 1; 12-7 1
          79: 12-13 5
          80: 9-4 1; 11-13 1
          81; 12-3 1
          82: 11-24 1
          83: 1-20 3; 2-24 1
          84: 1-26 4; 2-16 1; 3-1 1; 9-25 4; 10-11 1; 11-13 13; 12-11 1
          86: 1-30 1; 11-13 1
          87: 4-9 2
          88: 11-17 6
          89: 4-27 1
          90: 2-9 6
          93: 3-11 1
          95: 3-30 1
Faculty Senate Academic Computing Committee 95: 10-12 1
Faculty Senate Ad Hoc Administrative Structure Review Committee 74: 12-5 1
Faculty Senate Ad Hoc Merger Committee 74: 12-5 1
Faculty Senate Artists and Lecturers Committee
        73: 2-1 1; 2-22 5; 3-1 5; 3-22 1; 3-29 7; 10-4 1
        74: 5-2 1; 9-12 1; 9-19 1; 11-14 5
        75: 2-6 1; 2-20 3; 4-4 5; 4-17 1; 11-13 10
        76: 11-4 1; 11-18 5
        77: 9-15 3; 9-22 8; 11-10 8
        78: 4-6 3; 9-21 6
        79: 9-13 1; 10-11 1; 11-8 1
        80: 1-17 1; 6-26 1; 9-11 4
        81: 2-5 1
        83: 9-29 9
        84: 10-11 6; 11-8 3
        85: 1-29 11; 4-16 4; 4-18 6; 4-25 1; 9-19 1
        87: 2-5 2; 2-26 4; 10-8 6; 11-5 6
        88: 10-27 2
        89: 3-30 2
        91: 11-7 1
        93: 4-22 1
        94: 3-10 2
        95: 4-27 2; 9-21 2; 11-16 2; 11-30 2
Faculty Senate Athletic Committee
        71: 3-18 1; 4-22 4; 5-13 1; 9-30 5; 10-7 1l; 11-11 5
        72: 2-10 1; 6-22 1
        74: 5-2 1; 9-5 1
        75: 11-13 10
        76: 4-15 3; 11-18 5
        77: 11-10 8
        79: 4-5 1
Faculty Senate Budget and Planning Committee 72: 6-22 1
Faculty Senate Buildings and Grounds Advisory Committee
        71: 4-22 4; 5-13 1
        72: 9-14 7
Faculty Senate Buildings and Grounds Committee
        71: 3-18 1; 12-2 5
        72: 6-22 1; 9-28 7; 11-2 3; 11-16 1
        73: 2-1 1; 2-15 6; 3-8 5; 11-15 1; 11-29 1
        74: 5-2 1; 5-9 5; 9-19 1; 12-5 3
        75: 1-16 4; 3-20 6; 4-24 8; 7-10 7
        76: 11-18 5
        77: 3-3 1; 11-10 8
        81: 11-5 1
        82: 3-18 1; 3-25 4
        84: 8-30 28
        85: 9-5 1
        87: 4-9 2
Faculty Senate Commencement Committee 74: 5-2 1
Faculty Senate Committee on Administrative Structure 75: 10-9 5
Faculty Senate Dismissals and Grievances Committee
        71: 3-18 1; 4-22 4
        72: 10-19 5
        77: 11-10 8
Faculty Senate Election Committee 72: 2-10 3
Faculty Senate Executive Committee
        72: 6-22 1
        75: 1-16 3; 11-13 10
        77: 11-10 8
Faculty Senate Executive Council 73: 2-1 1
Faculty Senate Faculty Welfare Committee
        71: 3-18 1; 4-22 4; 5-13 1
        72: 6-22 1; 9-14 7; 11-9 8
        75: 11-13 10
        77: 11-10 8
Faculty Senate General Studies Committee
        71: 4-22 4; 5-13 1
        72: 2-10 3; 6-22 1; 11-9 1
        74: 5-2 1; 9-12 1; 9-19 1
        75: 1-23 1; 11-13 10
        76: 11-18 5
        77: 11-10 8
        84: 5-3 1; 9-20 1
        85: 1-15 4
Faculty Senate Graduate Council
        71: 4-22 4
        72: 9-14 3; 9-28 10
Faculty Senate Graduate Council Committee 71: 3-18 1
Faculty Senate Housing, Health and Welfare Committee 72: 9-14 7
Faculty Senate Library Committee
        71: 3-18 174: 5-2 1; 4-22 4; 10-28 3
        77: 11-10 8
Faculty Senate Planning and Budgeting Committee
        71: 3-18 1; 4-22 4; 5-13 1; 10-28 3
        72: 9-28 1
        73: 3-8 1; 10-11 3; 11-1 1, 3; 11-7 3; 11-15 3
        74: 5-2 1
        75: 11-13 10
        76: 11-18 5
        77: 11-10 8
Faculty Senate Political Awareness Committee
        75: 10-9 5; 11-13 3, 10
        76: 9-16 3; 12-2 1
Faculty Senate Publications Committee
        71: 4-22 4; 5-13 1
        72: 6-22 1; 9-14 7; 11-9 5
        73: 1-11 3
        74: 5-2 1
        75: 11-13 10
Faculty Senate Rank and Tenure Committee
        71: 3-18 1; 4-22 4; 5-13 1; 7-22 2, 3
        72: 6-22 1
        73: 2-15 3
        74: 4-11 1; 4-25 1; 12-12 3
        75: 3-13 3; 11-13 10
        76: 11-18 5
        77: 11-10 8
        87: 2-5 11
Faculty Senate Scholarship and Financial Aids Committee 75: 11-13 10
Faculty Senate Special Programs Committee
        71: 3-18 1; 4-22 4; 5-13 1
        72: 6-22 1
Faculty Senate Student Affairs Committee
        71: 3-18 1; 4-22 4; 5-13 1; 9-9 3; 11-11 1, 5; 12-9 1
        72: 5-4 3; 6-22 1
        73: 1-11 1; 2-1 1
         74: 5-2 175: 3-6 4; 10-30 3; 11-13 10; 9-19 1
         76: 5-6 3; 11-18 5
         77: 11-10 8
         79: 4-12 1
         81: 12-10 Accent 3
         84: 5-3 3
         90: 5-3 2
         92: 1-30 1
         95: 2-2 1; 2-16 1; 2-23 1
faculty square dance
         74: 11-21 5
         75: 1-30 4; 2-13 5; 2-27 3; 3-13 4; 4-4 8; 4-17 3; 5-1 3
Faculty/Staff Annual Giving Drive 98: 10-15 1
Faculty-Staff Art Exhibit 87: 9-24 2
Faculty/Staff Craft Show 98: 12-3 2
Faculty-Staff Favorite Works II Art Show 87: 9-10 6
Faculty-Staff Foundation Fund Drive
         72: 2-3 3
         73: 2-15 6
Faculty-Staff Photo Contest 81: 10-22 1
Faculty-Staff Recognition Week 88: 5-5 14
faculty-student dating 94: 11-10 1
Faculty-Student Golf Tournament 75: 6-19 5; 7-10 6
faculty-student romances 94: 11-10 1
Faculty-Student Tennis Tournament 75: 6-19 5; 7-10 6
Faculty Volleyball League 72: 4-6 5; 4-13 4; 4-20 6
Faculty Wives Aerobic Dance Class 82: 10-14 8
Faculty Wives Club
         73: 4-5 4
         74: 9-12 3; 9-19 6; 9-26 4; 10-17 9; 11-6 4; 11-14 4; 11-21 5; 12-5 4; 12-12 3; 12-19 6
         75: 2-20 4; 9-11 4; 9-18 4
         81: 9-17 3; 10-22 3
         82: 9-16 5
-, recreation session of
         74: 10-10 5; 10-24 4
         75: 1-16 4; 1-23 4; 1-30 4; 2-6 3; 2-13 5; 2-20 4; 2-27 3; 3-6 3; 3-13 4; 4-4 8; 4-10 3; 4-17
                  3; 4-24 3; 5-1 3
-, square dance of 74: 10-17 9
Faculty Wives Committee 80: 9-18 8
Faculty Wives Organization 78: 1-26 6
Faculty Women‟s Club
         73: 2-15 7
         74: 11-6 4
         80: 9-25 3
         92: 10-15 6
-, scholarship of 73: 5-3 3
Faculty Voice/Piano Recital 2001: 11-15 2
Faculty Women Scholarship 96: 3-14 2
Faculty Women‟s Club 96: 4-18 2
Faden, Kim 79: 9-20 Encounter 5
Faden, Sean 89: 4-6 15; 12-14 4, 6
Fader, Jonie Schake (Joni) 88: 2-11 10; 4-14 8
fads 84: 10-9 12
Faeh, Andy 86: 9-5 9
Faesser, Art 94: 2-17 3 LTE
FAFSA see Free Application for Federal Student Aid
Fagan, Anna 76: 11-4 1
Fager, Penny M 89: 9-21 1
Fagot, Amy 98: 4-23 1
-, Chad 96: 2-15 1, 4; 2-29 1
-, Jared 94: 10-27 12
-, Kelly
          93: 2-11 2 (P)
          97: 9-4 1, 4
-, Mindy 91: 4-4 1; 8-29 11 (P)
-, Rachel
          99: 11-4 7
          2000: 12-7 11
Fahnholz, Kory 98: 1-15 3; 1-22 3, 5; 1-29 3, 5; 2-5 3, 5; 2-12 3, 8; 2-19 3, 8; 2-26 3, 5; 3-5 3, 5;
          3-12 3, 5; 3-19 3, 5; 4-2 3, 6; 4-9 3, 5; 4-16 3, 5; 4-23 3, 5; 4-30 3, 10
Fahr, Duane 99: 3-25 IV (P)
Fahrlander, Eric
          85: 2-19 12
          86: 2-13 5 (P)
          87: 10-8 5
-, Jeff
          87: 10-8 5 (P)
          88: 5-5 2, 6
          89: 4-6 2
-, Jon 86: 4-17 6
-, Julie 86: 1-23 3; 1-30 3; 2-6 3; 2-13 3, 5 (P); 2-20 3; 2-27 3; 3-7 3; 3-13 3; 4-3 3; 4-10 3; 4-17 3,
                  6; 4-24 3; 5-1 3; 5-8 3
-, Lisa Knittel 90: 4-26 4
-, Lois 74: 4-1 2
-, Phil
          71: 10-7 1
          87: 10-8 5
          97: 9-25 4
-, R Nadine
          75: 10-9 3
          80: 8-28 3; 10-16 5 (P)
Faical, Agherrabi 85: 5-2 11
Failor, Lee
          79: 12-6 1
          80: 10-2 1
-, Leona Mae
          71: 4-1 1; 4-20 3
          72: 3-10 2
          73: 2-22 1; 4-3 2; 5-3 1
          74: 3-21 6 (P); 4-18 3; 4-25 1, 5; 5-2 7; 5-9 1, 8; 9-19 1
Faimon, Cassandre (Cassandra)
          96: 4-11 9 (P); 9-19 11
          97: 11-13 8; 11-20 6
          98: 3-5 10
-, Jenny 2002: 11-21 10
-, Kristina 2001: 4-26 11
-, Taffnee 2002: 4-11 2; 4-18 8; 10-10 7
Fair ‟82 82: 4-29 1
Fair Credit Reporting Act 80: 12-11 Encounter9
Fairbairn, Bruce 75: 1-16 1
Fairbarn, Kyle 89: 2-16 8
Fairbanks, Dr Susan 2002: 2-28 4
Fairbourn, William 83: 3-24 3
Fairchild, B H 99: 2-25 6; 3-11 6; 3-29 4
Fairfield, George
         76: 4-1 1
         77: 5-5 6
         78: 9-28 7; 12-7 6
         79: 1-18 3
         81: 7-23 1
         82: 11-18 Accent 8
         87: 2-12 2; 2-26 12
Fairhead, Sarah Lee (Sarah)
         72: 4-6 3; 10-12 4
         73: 2-22 4
         74: 5-9 1; 11-6 5; 12-12 5
Fairley, Marilyn (see also Fairly)
         72: 3-16 7 (P); 4-6 3; 4-13 1; 10-12 10
         73: 3-1 4, 5; 4-3 2; 11-7 5; 11-15 4; 11-29 4
         74: 1-17 5; 1-31 3; 5-9 1; 11-6 5; 11-14 4; 11-21 4 (P)
         75: 3-20 1
-, Pat 72: 3-10 7
Fairly, Marilyn (see also Fairley) 73: 3-22 1
Faith, Dennis
         73: 1-18 3; 3-1 1; 3-8 1; 3-22 1; 4-12 1; 5-3 2 LTE; 5-10 1; 10-25 2 LTE
         74: 2-14 1 (P); 2-21 1; 2-28 1; 3-7 1; 3-21 1; 5-2 1; 5-9 1; 11-6 5
Faith Christian School 2000: 4-20 6
„Faith of Christians‟ (minicourse) 75: 10-2 3; 10-9 6
„Faith of Christians in the First Three Centuries‟ (minicourse) 75: 9-25 5
Faith United Methodist Church
         78: 9-28 4
         86: 2-27 4
         89: 9-14 6
Falconer, John
         89: 4-20 3 LTE
         2002: 4-18 8
-, Kathryn
         79: 9-6 5
         80: 9-18 8
         83: 1-20 5; 9-29 5
         84: 2-2 7 (P)
         85: 6-18 4
         86: 10-30 1; 11-13 1, 3 LTE
         88: 9-22 11
         89: 12-7 4; 12-14 1
         95: 10-12 2
         96: 11-14 10
Falk, Andrew (Andy)
         84: 3-1 9
         89: 2-16 7
         91: 9-12 7; 10-3 7; 10-17 7; 10-24 8 (P); 11-7 7; 11-14 7
         92: 8-27 7
-, Bryan 95: 10-26 2 (P)
-, Darin (Darrin)
         2001: 3-1 1
         2002: 4-25 8
-, Glen 72: 6-22 3
-, Judy 91: 10-10 5
-, Karla
          2001: 1-18 7; 2-1 8; 2-15 7; 12-6 7; 12-13 1
          2002: 4-4 8; 4-18 4; 10-10 2
-, Kevin 88: 8-4 1
-, Lynn
          91: 1-24 5
          92: 3-19 2 (P)
          95: 1-19 12; 1-26 12; 2-2 12; 2-9 12; 2-16 8; 2-23 8; 3-2 8; 3-9 10; 3-16 13
-, Sarah 98: 3-5 8
-, Tamera 89: 4-6 8
Fall Ball 2002: 11-7 1, 8
fall break
          76: 10-21 1
          80: 9-4 1; 11-13 1
          84: 11-1 7; 11-29 11; 12-11 1
          85: 2-7 1
          87: 10-8 1
          89: 11-16 2
          96: 9-12 7; 9-19 1
          97: 4-17 5; 10-2 7; 12-4 6; 12-11 1, 6
          98: 8-27 3; 9-10 10; 9-17 1; 9-24 4
          2001: 11-1 8
-, change in dates of 76: 4-1 3
-, shortening of 75: 10-9 5
Fall Field Training Exercise 79: 11-29 3
Fall Penny Carnival 73: 9-20 3
Fall Reception 97: 9-18 1
Falldarf, Doug 85: 4-2 7
 „Fallen‟ (film) 98: 1-22 8
Falleson, John 78: 1-12 3
Falloon, Mike 78: 7-27 1
false alarms
          91: 4-4 1
          96: 1-25 10; 4-25 8
          99: 10-14 3
          2000: 1-27 1
          2001: 4-19 1
Fallstead, Bobbi
          82: 10-28 1
          83: 3-24 6 (P)
          84: 9-6 26
          85: 2-5 8; 2-14 1; 2-26 6 (P)
Falter, Dale 85: 6-18 7
-, Dana
          83: 10-20 12 (P); 12-2 11 (P)
          84: 1-26 10, 11; 3-23 11; 12-6 23, 27; 12-11 9; 12-13 19, 22
          85: 1-15 8, 10; 1-22 9; 1-29 6; 1-31 13; 2-5 7 (P), 10; 2-12 9; 2-14 19; 2-19 5, 6; 2-26 5;
                   3-5 7; 3-21 21
          88: 11-17 7 (P)
-, John
          80: 10-23 6
          81: 4-2 6
          84: 11-15 11
          86: 12-11 6
          87: 1-29 6
-, Rod (see also Faulter, Fulter)
         83: 9-8 11; 9-15 10; 9-29 10
         84: 10-9 5; 10-16 7; 11-1 20;; 11-13 9; 11-15 22
         85: 8-29 11 (P), 12
Family and Consumer Science Student Organization
         93: 9-23 16
         94: 10-13 14; 10-20 14; 10-27 12; 11-3 10; 11-10 12; 11-17 10; 12-1 10; 12-8 14
         95: 1-19 12; 1-26 12; 2-2 12; 2-9 12; 2-16 8; 2-23 8; 3-2 8; 3-9 10; 3-16 13; 3-30 10; 4-6
                 12; 4-13 12; 4-27 15
         96: 4-4 9; 4-11 11; 4-18 10; 4-25 17
Family Bookstore (business) 71: 1-14 2
Family Day
         2000: 10-5 7
         2001: 9-13 2; 9-20 2; 9-27 2
         2002: 9-19 1, 2, 7
Family Education Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (Buckley Amendment)
         75: 1-23 4
         76: 2-26 5
         92: 4-23 10
         93: 3-18 9
„Family Feud‟ (TV show) 79: 9-27 8
Family Forums 80: 2-7 7
Family Health Services
         77: 9-8 7
         78: 11-9 1
Family Jam (act) 73: 2-1 2
family leave policy 92: 4-23 1; 11-12 1
Family of the Year Award 2000: 10-5 7
family planning
         75: 9-18 7
         92: 10-22 6
Family Planning Center
         78: 11-9 1
         79: 9-20 Encounter 2
         89: 2-2 1
Family Planning Clinic see Kearney Family Planning Clinic
Family Planning Program 79: 9-20 5
Family Planning Seminar 73: 4-19 1
 „Family Problems and Predicaments: How to Respond‟ (book) 77: 10-20 8
family reunions 79: 9-6 3
family violence 91: 11-21 14
„Famous American Women‟ (course)
         76: 11-18 4
         77: 4-28 1
Famous Fillmore‟s (business) 2002: 10-10 4, 9
„Fan Mail‟ 99: 4-22 4
Fancher, Kalon
         2001: 11-29 6
         2002: 5-2 7; 10-17 6
Fangmier, Len 2002: 10-3 8
Fangmeier, Dale 79: 4-5 6
-, Keith
         77: 9-8 13
         80: 11-13 10
Fankhauser, Matt 98: 8-27 2 (P)
Fanning, Julie 83: 2-3 5
Fanning, Odom 71: 10-21 1
Fanta, Tim 86: 12-4 10 (P)
„Fantastic Animation Film Festival‟ (film) 80: 10-16 1
„Fantastic Planet‟ (film)
          79: 1-11 1
          80: 10-16 1
Fantasy Football
          91: 9-12 5
          97: 9-11 10
„Far From the Madding Crowd‟ (film) 71: 12-2 4
Faras, Julie (see also Faris, Farris) 79: 10-4 7 (P)
Farber, C J
          96: 10-24 8
          97: 9-4 8; 9-11 5; 9-18 8; 10-16 5
          98: 4-2 6; 4-23 6 (P); 4-30 9; 9-24 7; 10-1 7; 10-8 8
          99: 4-1 7; 4-15 5; 4-22 5
-, Jennifer
          98: 9-17 7; 9-24 7; 10-1 7; 10-8 8
          99: 9-2 6; 9-16 5
          2000: 4-6 8; 4-20 9; 9-7 5
          2001: 4-5 5; 4-12 5; 4-19 5; 4-26 8
          2002: 9-12 4; 9-19 6
-, Julia (see also Farver)
          97: 9-11 2 (P)
          99: 2-25 5, 8
          2001: 2-8 7; 3-1 1; 3-29 7; 4-5 8; 4-19 1; 4-26 9
Farel, Chris 73: 11-29 3
-, George 73: 3-1 Fashion 5
Fargo, William 80: 3-6 6
Faris, Jeff 90: 11-15 6 (P)
-, Julie (see also Faras, Farris)
          77: 11-3 7
          78: 1-26 9; 2-16 7; 3-8 10; 3-16 9 (P); 4-13 6; 4-20 7; 5-4 13; 9-14 11; 11-30 9
          79: 1-26 9; 2-15 11; 2-22 10; 3-1 10; 3-29 12; 4-12 8; 4-26 8; 5-3 15; 8-30 13
          80: 1-31 7; 2-28 11; 3-6 8; 4-24 8; 5-1 9
          81: 2-12 9; 2-26 7; 3-5 9; 4-30 8; 5-7 9
Farlander, Jeff 89: 9-21 10
Farlee, Jerry 72: 1-20 6
Farlin, Alan (Al)
          72: 9-21 1, 7
          73: 11-1 4
-, Rachel 2002: 9-26 3 LTE
-, Shannon 2000: 10-26 6
Farm, Gerald 88: 6-30 2
Farm Action Concerns Tomorrow‟s Society 87: 11-5 6
„Farm and Ranch Management‟ (course) 78: 4-6 4
Farm Credit Banks Scholarship 85: 10-23 1
farm life 86: 11-13 4
FarmAid III 87: 7-23 6
Farmer, H Joseph (Joe)
          71: 9-9 3
          73: 7-19 2
-, Mike 91: 9-12 12
-, Steven (Steve)
          71: 2-25 4
          72: 4-27 4; 11-30 8
          73: 4-12 1
Farmers Almanac (publication) 81: 12-10 5
Farmers for the Legalization of Marijuana 76: 2-5 1
Farney, John
         72: 7-13 3; 11-16 3
         73: 3-1 1; 6-28 1
         75: 3-13 8
         79: 2-8 3
-, receipt of grant by 72: 4-13 5
Farnik, Gary „Bo‟ 75: 11-6 2 LTE
Farnsworth, Dana L 74: 5-9 8
-, Howard (see also Farnworth) 81: 11-12 9
-, Preston
         2000: 3-9 5
         2001: 1-18 5; 2-1 1, 5; 10-18 4; 2-8 1, 2; 2-15 1, 5, 7; 2-22 5, 6; 3-1 5; 3-8 1; 3-29 1, 8; 4-
                  5 6; 4-12 5; 4-26 1, 8
         2002: 3-14 4; 4-4 4, 9; 4-18 7; 5-2 6
Farnworth, Howard (see also Farnsworth) 83: 9-1 15
Farooqui, Najam 93: 2-18 4
Farr, John 89: 4-27 1
-, Mildred 75: 3-6 3
-, Roger 88: 9-22 11
-, Roy
         75: 3-6 3
         77: 9-8 1
         78: 8-31 1
         81: 9-17 3
Farrall, Sarah 2002: 9-12 7; 9-19 4; 9-26 7; 10-3 7; 10-17 9; 10-31 7; 11-7 7 (P); 12-5 6
Farrand, Joel
         98: 2-5 6; 4-2 5
         99: 4-22 7
         2000: 3-2 5
         2001: 1-25 5; 2-1 6; 2-8 5; 2-15 5; 4-19 5; 4-26 7
-, John
         71: 2-18 8; 2-25 6; 3-25 6; 4-29 6; 5-6 3, 4; 5-20 6
         72: 1-20 6; 2-10 6; 2-17 6; 3-23 6
-, Sara (Sarah)
         98: 9-24 7; 11-12 7
         99: 9-16 5
         2001: 2-8 5
         2002: 10-10 9; 11-14 6; 11-21 4 (P)
Farrar, Don 71: 1-7 3
Farrell, Chris 94: 9-22 2
-, Dan 86: 4-10 1
-, Janet
         72: 10-19 5; 10-26 3
         73: 3-1 Fashion 2, 3, 13; 4-3 16
         74: 1-17 2 (P); 1-31 2; 2-7 2; 2-14 2, 3; 2-21 2; 2-28 2; 3-7 2, 5; 3-21 2; 3-28 2; 4-4 2; 4-
                  11 2; 4-18 2; 4-25 2; 5-2 2; 5-9 1, 2, 8; 7-26 5; 8-29 2 (P); 9-5 2; 9-12 2; 9-19 2;
                  9-26 2; 10-3 2; 10-10 1, 2; 10-17 2; 10-24 2; 11-6 2; 11-14 2; 11-21 2, 5; 12-5 2;
                  12-12 2; 12-19 2
         75: 1-16 1
-, Lynn
         73: 3-22 6
         77: 12-1 9
-, Matt 2001: 4-12 1
-, Mike 84: 2-2 3; 11-15 1
-, Warren 80: 2-21 1; 2-28 3 (P)
-, William
          73: 3-1 4
          74: 4-18 5
-, William J 82: 10-7 1; 10-14 1
Farrer, Mike 72: 4-13 1
Farris, Deb Robinson 73: 11-7 5
-, Donna 87: 1-22 1, 3; 1-29 1, 3, 6; 2-5 1, 3; 2-12 1, 3; 2-19 1, 3; 2-26 1, 3; 3-5 1, 2, 3; 3-9 3;
          3-26 1, 2, 3, 5; 4-2 1, 3, 4; 4-9 1, 2, 3; 4-16 3, 4; 4-30 1, 3, 4
-, Mark 86: 3-13 1; 4-3 1; 5-1 1; 7-8 2; 10-2 1
-, Julie (see also Faras, Faris)
          80: 2-21 8; 4-17 10
          81: 4-9 8
-, Mike
          82: 4-1 1
          86; 9-5 9, 10; 11-20 2
Farris Engineering (business) 80: 11-20 4
Farver, Julia (see also Farber) 2001: 2-1 8
Fase, Dennis 89: 4-20 8
Fashion Encore (business)
          76: 4-8 Spring 8
          96: 2-22 10
fashion show
          73: 4-19 4
          81: 3-26 3
-, sponsorship by SUAC of 73: 4-12 4
fashions
          71: 3-18 3, 4, 5, 6; 9-30 4; 10-7 4; 10-14 4; 10-28 4
          72: 3-23 4, 5;‟ 8-31 10
          73: 3-1 Fashion 1 thru 16
          74: 2-28 Insert 1 through 8
          75: 3-13 Special 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
          76: 4-8 Spring 1-12
          80: 2-28 Encounter 5
          82: 6-17 6
          88: 9-29 10
          91: 1-24 5
          92: 3-12 6
          2001: 9-13 12
-, fall
          83: 10-6 3
          84: 9-20 7
          85: 9-19 6
          87: 10-22 6
-, spring
          83: 4-6 5
          85: 3-21 11
          87: 2-19 6
          89: 2-23 2
-, winter 80: 11-13 3
Fasman, Lewis 85: 2-14 13 (P)
Fass, Melissa 90: 2-22 10 (P)
Fasse, Deena 84: 9-13 13; 11-8 18
Fassero, Emily 93: 4-1 9 (P)
Fast, Audrey 82: 9-30 9; 10-7 5
-, Dale 87: 9-3 7 (P)
-, Fred 83: 2-17 4
„Fast Break‟ (film) 79: 9-6 1
fast food
         76: 7-9 7
         78: 5-4 6; 10-12 8
         79: 3-1 8
         82: 3-18 6
         90: 9-6 6; 10-4 6
Fast for Hunger
         99: 3-25 2
         2001: 4-19 1
Fast, Ricci 2002: 1-31 5; 2-28 6; 3-7 5 (P), 6; 3-14 5; 4-4 5; 4-11 5 (P), 6; 4-18 6; 4-25 6; 5-2 8
Fastball (band)
         96: 9-19 4; 10-3 7
         2000: 10-5 5
Fastenau, Mariam 83: 10-13 7
„Fatal Instinct‟ (film) 93: 11-4 10
Fathers‟ Day 78: 6-15 5
Fattig, Bruce 84: 9-6 2
-, Robert (Bob)
         71: 5-6 5
         73: 3-1 4
-, Roger 74: 7-26 7; 10-3 3
-, Sharon
         77: 9-15 10
         78: 10-5 8
         79: 2-15 8; 9-27 9; 11-15 6
-, Susan 75: 9-5 8; 10-9 3
-, Vic 92: 12-10 2 (P)
-, William 92: 9-17 16
Fauer, Alice 99: 9-16 7
Faulk, Andy 2002: 12-12 11
-, Karla 2002: 10-17 9
Faull, Sandra (Sandy)
         73: 8-30 3; 9-13 5
         74: 10-3 6
         75: 8-29 3
Faulter, Rod (see also Falter) 83: 10-13 12
Faultline, M C 2000: 3-9 4
Faultner, John 79: 10-11 1
Fausch, Jarod 2000: 9-28 4
„Faust‟ (play)
         91: 9-26 6
         92: 2-6 13
Fauth, Paula
         74: 10-17 3
         75: 12-4 1 (P)
Fay, John 85: 9-12 1
-, Melissa 98: 1-29 8
Fazekas, Chris 97: 2-6 7; 2-13 7; 2-20 7; 2-27 7; 3-6 6
FCA 85: 2-21 2
Feagan, Doug 73: 3-22 6
Feak, Lloyd 75: 3-13 Special 8
Fear of Flying (band)
         2000: 10-26 5
         2001: 1-18 8
          2002: 1-31 1; 4-25 2
„Fear of Flying‟ (book) 75: 6-19 2
Fearnely, Mike (see also Fearnley) 97: 1-30 7
Fearnley, Mike (see also Fearnely)
          97: 2-13 7
          98: 4-23 4
          99: 2-25 2
Feaster, Sue
          71: 1-14 3; 2-4 4; 2-11 2; 2-25 1; 3-4 5; 4-15 1; 4-20 3; 5-6 6; 5-13 1; 7-22 8; 9-16 4
          72: 1-20 3
Feauto, Jon
          97: 1-30 7; 2-27 8; 9-18 8; 10-2 5; 10-23 7; 11-13 5
          98: 4-23 5
-, Katrena
          95: 9-28 6; 10-5 1; 10-12 6 (P)
          96: 1-25 6; 2-2 10; 2-15 4, 11; 2-29 1; 4-11 11
          97: 3-13 4
Fecht, Jori 93: 3-18 12
-, Mike 91: 3-7 2 (P)
-, Richard 79: 11-1 9
Feckner, Jim (Jimmy)
          90: 11-8 9; 11-15 7; 11-20 10; 12-6 9; 12-13 7
          91: 2-14 7; 4-11 5 (P); 11-21 7; 12-13 7
          92: 1-23 7
Feddersen, Dave (see also Fedderson) 88: 1-28 9; 2-4 9
-, Lana 93: 9-16 2 (P)
-, Lori 93: 9-16 2 (P)
Fedderson, Dave (see also Feddersen) 89: 2-2 8; 3-16 8
-, Scott 81: 10-1 1
Federal and State Government Job Opportunities (workshop) 94: 10-27 2
Federal and State Government Job Services (workshop) 95: 11-2 10
„Federal and State Job Search: (workshop) 96: 2-8 15
Federal and State Job Sources – Round Table questions and Answers (workshop) 95: 10-19 2,
          10
Federal Aviation Administration
          85: 10-3 1
          86: 4-10 2
          92: 2-6 6
          96: 3-14 2
-, grant to meteorology by 88: 1-21 4
Federal Career Day
          73: 11-1 7
          79: 2-1 1
Federal Careers Day
          76: 10-21 1
          77: 10-20 1, 3
Federal Direct Student Loan Program
          93: 9-2 1
          94: 2-3 1
federal government, shutdown of 96: 1-18 1
Federal Job Information Center 79: 1-18 5
Federal Reserve Board, internship with 73: 9-27 6
Federally Insured Student Loan Program 79: 10-4 6
Federson, Ann 77: 2-10 4
Federspiel, Camela
          94: 1-20 3; 1-27 3; 2-3 3; 2-10 3; 2-17 3; 2-24 3; 3-3 3, 3-10 3; 3-17 3; 3-31 3; 4-7 3; 4-14
                  3; 4-21 3; 4-28 3; 8-25 3; 9-1 3; 9-15 3; 9-22 2; 9-29 2; 10-6 2; 10-13 2; 10-20 2;
                  10-27 2; 11-3 2; 11-10 2; 11-17 2; 12-1 2; 12-8 2
          95: 1-19 3; 1-26 2; 2-2 3; 2-9 3; 2-16 3; 3-2 3; 3-9 3; 3-16 2, 3; 3-30 3; 4-6 3; 4-13 3; 4-27
                  2; 8-24 3; 8-31 2; 9-14 2; 9-21 3; 9-28 3; 10-5 2; 10-12 3; 10-19 2; 10-26 2; 11-2
                  3; 11-11 2; 11-16 3; 11-30 2; 12-7 2
Feddersen, Lisa 94: 9-1 2 (P)
Fedje, Cheryl (see also Fedze)
          73: 11-1 3
          74: 7-26 6
          75: 8-29 3
Fedze, Cheryl (see also Fedje) 73: 8-30 3
Fee Advisory Committee 96: 3-14 6
fee payment, computerization of 88: 1-21 1
-, problems with 77: 1-27 7
Feehan, Jim 77: 9-8 13
Feeling, Dick 85: 10-17 2
Fees, Bronwyn
          85: 8-29 3
          86: 8-28 12
fees see student fees
Feese, Connie 75: 2-20 3
-, David 84: 3-23 1 (P)
-, Elizabeth (Beth)
          71: 4-29 4
          72: 3-9 5
          80: 1-31 1
-, Gerald
          71: 2-11 3; 2-18 1; 2-25 1; 5-6 1; 11-11 4
          72: 1-27 5; 3-9 5; 4-20 1; 8-31 5; 9-14 8; 10-12 1; 11-16 8
          73: 9-13 3; 10-18 6
          75: 2-20 3; 10-9 5; 10-23 4
          76: 11-18 3
          77: 2-3 1; 3-3 3; 6-16 1
          78: 3-16 1; 11-16 1
          80: 1-31 1; 2-14 3
          81: 4-9 5; 9-10 1; 10-29 Accent 3
          83: 12-8 7
          85: 1-31 1, 7 (P); 2-21 5; 11-14 2
Fegley, Brad 82: 7-1 6
Feher, Erno 2002: 10-17 1; 11-7 1 (P)
Fehringer, Dave 77: 5-5 3
-, Janet 95: 4-6 12
-, Scott 81: 9-24 4
Fehrs, Steve
          88: 2-11 7 (P)
          90: 9-13 16; 11-15 4
„Feiffer‟s People‟ (play) 73: 1-11 1; 1-18 3; 2-1 1
Feiler, Susan 90: 12-6 13
Feilmeier, Jerry 86: 5-1 10
-, Tom 85: 4-2 7
Feind, Jennifer O 92: 9-3 12
Feinstein, Donald L 78: 9-7 9
-, Stephen 96: 4-18 12
Feist, Paul
          88: 4-7 9 (P)
         89: 2-16 8; 4-6 11; 4-27 10; 5-4 7 (P)
Feldhacker, Scott 84: 9-13 1 (P)
Feldman, Darrell
         94: 3-10 4
         95: 2-9 8
-, Dennis 94: 11-10 11 (P)
-, Diane
         80: 10-2 7
         84: 11-13 14
Felker, Mark
         85: 12-12 3 (P)
         86: 9-18 4; 10-9 4; 11-6 5 (P); 12-4 4
-, Robin 89: 4-6 8
-, Tim 85: 2-21 5
Fell, Paul
         81: 7-16 5
         90: 7-12 1, 2
         91: 5-2 1
         95: 2-2 5 (P)
         96: 8-29 1
         97: 9-4 6
Feller, Laurel T 81: 6-25 5
Fellers, Nathan 97: 4-24 7 (P)
-, Scott
         91: 11-7 8
         92: 3-5 7; 3-12 7; 4-2 7; 4-9 7; 4-16 7; 4-23 7; 4-30 7 (P)
         93: 2-18 9; 2-25 8; 3-11 7; 4-15 7
         95: 9-21 8
         96: 4-25 12
Fellman, David 76: 2-12 10; 3-18 3 (P); 4-1 7 (P)
Fellows, Jane 93: 10-28 1
-, Janice 96: 2-22 10
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
         71: 9-3 8; 10-21 4, 5
         72: 9-28 9
         73: 3-1 7; 8-30 3; 9-27 1; 11-15 1, 4
         74: 4-4 7, 8; 10-17 10
         75: 8-29 10; 9-18 4
         79: 11-15 3
         81: 11-12 3
         82: 11-24 3
         83: 4-28 1; 5-5 1; 9-22 1
         84: 2-2 3; 12-4 2
         85: 3-21 9; 3-26 2; 3-28 4; 4-2 2; 4-23 2; 4-30 2; 9-19 2
         89: 4-6 9
         90: 4-12 10; 11-20 12
         91: 9-26 12; 10-10 16; 10-17 10; 10-31 12; 11-7 6; 11-21 16; 12-5 16; 12-13 14
         92: 1-23 12; 1-30 14; 2-6 14; 3-19 10; 9-19 12
         93: 1-28 14; 2-4 10; 2-11 12; 2-18 12; 2-25 10; 3-4 10; 3-11 10; 3-18 12; 4-1 10; 4-8 10;
                 4-15 12; 4-22 13; 4-29 15; 9-16 14; 9-23 16; 9-30 12; 10-7 16; 10-14 14; 10-21
                 12; 10-28 16; 11-4 12; 11-11 14; 11-18 14; 12-2 14; 12-9 15
         94: 1-20 12; 1-27 12; 2-3 11; 2-10 10; 2-17 10; 2-24 8; 3-3 10; 3-10 12; 3-17 12; 3-31 14;
                 4-7 12; 4-14 12; 4-21 12; 4-28 13; 8-25 12; 9-1 12; 9-15 14; 9-22 12; 9-29 12; 10-
                 6 12; 10-13 14; 10-20 14; 10-27 12; 11-3 10; 11-10 12; 11-17 10; 12-1 10; 12-8
                 14
         95: 1-19 10, 12; 1-26 12; 2-2 12; 2-9 12; 3-2 8; 3-9 10; 3-16 13; 3-30 10; 4-6 12; 4-13 12;
                  4-27 15
-, sponsorship of Homecoming royalty candidate by
         85: 10-17 2; 10-23 5
         87: 10-29 1
-, sponsorship of Jog-A-Thon by 82: 10-7 7
Fells, Glyneen 81: 9-3 5
-, Jo (Jo Ann, Joann)
         82: 4-22 5 (P)
         83: 4-14 3 (P); 10-6 6 (P); 10-20 6 (P)
Felt, Jan 72: 11-30 4
Feltch, Dug 92: 8-27 5 (P)
felting 79: 11-8 3
felting workshop 81: 9-17 3
Felton, Dan 75: 4-10 4; 10-9 8
-, Don
         73: 6-28 4
         74: 8-29 7
         77: 9-22 11
-, John 75: 10-9 8
Felts, Chrissy (see also Feltz) 98: 4-9 6
Felty, David
         80: 9-18 5; 12-4 6 (P)
         81: 1-29 1; 2-5 4; 2-19 5; 3-5 5; 3-19 1; 9-24 4; 11-5 6; 11-12 1
         82: 9-2 7; 11-11 4 (P); 11-24 2
Feltz, Chrissa (see also Felts)
         98: 1-29 1; 2-26 1; 9-10 4, 5
         99: 4-1 1; 9-9 4; 9-23 1
         2000: 2-10 1; 3-9 1
Felzien, Murleen 73: 5-3 1
female/male learning differences 75: 1-23 3
Fen, Ruth (see also Finn)
         77: 9-15 10; 10-6 1, 4; 10-20 12; 11-3 1; 11-17 7; 12-8 8
         78: 3-16 4, 8; 4-6 9; 4-13 3; 4-20 8; 4-27 8; 7-27 8; 8-31 2 (P); 9-7 1; 9-14 2; 9-21 2; 9-28
                  2; 10-5 2, 3; 10-12 1, 2; 10-26 2; 11-2 2; 11-9 2; 11-16 2; 11-30 2; 12-7 2, 3, 10;
                  12-14 2
         79: 1-11 2; 1-18 2; 1-26 2; 2-1 2; 2-8 2; 2-15 2; 2-22 2; 3-1 2; 3-15 2; 3-22 2; 3-29 2, 13;
                  4-5 2, 10 (P); 4-12 2; 4-26 1, 2; 5-3 1, 2, 5
         80: 1-17 1
Fender, Michelle 89: 9-28 2
Fenderson, Anne 76: 6-24 8
-, Fawn 71: 3-18 1 (P)
-, Mary 76: 9-29 9
Fendrick, Jason 97: 12-4 3 LTE
Fendt, Eugene (Gene)
         87: 9-3 4; 10-8 3 LTE; 10-29 3 LTE
         89: 9-14 13
         94: 10-6 4
         95: 2-9 12; 8-24 11
         96: 10-17 6; 11-7 3 LTE
         2001: 3-1 3 (LTE)
         2002: 1-31 2; 2-7 2, 8; 9-5 2; 12-5 1, 8
-, receipt of grant by 89: 1-26 6
Fenner, Anne 92: 2-27 5
Fennessy, Tom
         85: 12-5 2 (P)
         86: 7-8 7 (P)
         88: 4-21 15
Fenster, Angie
         91: 1-24 8; 2-7 9; 2-14 8; 2-21 8; 4-11 7; 4-18 7; 12-5 14 (P)
         92: 1-23 7; 1-30 8; 2-27 7; 3-5 7; 3-12 7; 4-16 7
-, Ryan 99: 9-23 7
Fenton, Brian 2000: 9-21 2 (P)
Fentress, Travis 94: 4-14 11
Ferdinand Roten Gallery, Inc (business)
         72: 10-12 1
         75: 3-6 5
Fergus, Emily 2000: 4-13 2 (P)
Fergusen, Moira 78: 4-6 6
Ferguson, Art 77: 11-10 8
-, Beth 73: 10-18 1
-, Bob 74: 9-26 8; 11-6 7; 11-14 7
-, Connie 74: 12-5 5
-, Doug
         90: 11-8 2; 11-15 2
         92: 4-16 Special Edition 2
-, Erin
         93: 4-1 9 (P)
         94: 4-21 11
         95: 3-30 2; 4-13 2; 10-5 1
         2001: 3-29 7
         2002: 10-10 10
-, Gail 73: 3-1 5
-, Gerald D 71: 1-7 1; 1-14 1; 3-4 1; 3-11 5; 3-25 5; 4-1 4; 4-15 1; 4-29 2; 5-20 3; 6-24 3
-, Jacob 95: 8-24 2
-, Joe 2001: 9-20 1
-, Lance 81: 10-8 11 (P)
-, Larry 89: 1-26 2
-, LuAnn 79: 11-29 3
-, Mandy 96: 12-12 1 (P)
-, Mark
         73: 9-27 2
         80: 8-28 3
         90: 2-22 7
-, Mary
         73: 8-30 1
         74: 5-9 1
-, Maynard
         78: 4-27 1, 7
         85: 2-7 13; 2-14 1 (P), 13 (P)
         99: 11-4 7
-, Nancy
         71: 11-4 3
         72: 11-30 4
         74: 9-5 1 (P); 10-3 1
-, Opal 71: 4-29 4; 5-6 1
-, Pat 72: 2-17 6
-, Rich 77: 3-24 8
-, Stephanie 2000: 9-7 2
Ferichs, Kent 91: 4-18 2 (P)
Fern, Jeff 72: 1-13 4
Fern, Jeff 76: 7-9 7
Fernandez, Guy 85: 2-26 5
Fernau, Candy
          94: 3-10 9 (P); 9-1 5; 9-22 1, 7, 11; 9-29 1, 7; 10-6 7; 10-20 13; 11-3 9; 11-10 6; 12-1 4;
                   12-8 7, 8
          95: 3-9 1; 3-16 1, 7, 11; 3-30 5, 7, 9; 4-13 1, 11; 4-27 2, 9; 8-24 3, 7, 13; 8-31 2, 4; 9-14
                   2; 9-21 3, 7, 11; 9-28 3; 10-5 2, 4; 10-12 3, 6, 7, 13; 10-19 2; 10-26 1, 2, 7, 9; 11-
                   2 3; 11-11 2, 8; 11-16 1, 3, 6, 10, 13; 11-30 2; 12-7 2
          96: 1-18 3, 7; 1-25 2, 4, 10; 2-2 2, 8; 2-8 3, 12, 14; 2-15 1, 2, 6; 2-22 2, 10; 2-29 1, 2, 4, 7;
                   3-7 3, 7, 8; 3-14 3, 7, 11; 3-28 3; 4-4 3, 7; 4-11 2, 12; 4-18 2; 4-25 5, 16
-, Mike
          83: 11-17 7
          88: 9-8 5
Ferraro, Geraldine 84: 9-27 10
Ferree, Maralyce 71: 2-18 5; 3-18 1; 9-16 6; 9-23 1; 9-30 5
Ferrell, JoAnne 81: 1-22 4
Ferrigano, Lou 94: 3-3 8 (Ferrigno?)
Ferris, Alan 87: 10-22 12
-, Bill
          96: 11-21 12
          99: 3-4 4; 4-15 3 LTE
-, Carl
          71: 2-4 3; 9-9 5; 10-14 4; 10-28 1
          72: 2-17 1; 3-9 4; 4-27 3; 8-31 5; 9-21 7; 9-28 10
          73: 3-1 1; 4-12 10; 4-26 4; 8-30 7
          82: 10-7 6
-, Chris
          99: 11-4 2 (P)
          2001: 3-1 1; 9-20 8; 10-18 1, 8; 11-1 3
          2002: 2-28 8
-, Dave
          88: 2-11 7 (P)
          89: 2-16 1
          90: 4-19 4 (P)
-, Delayna 92: 11-5 7 (P)
-, Jeff 79: 12-6 7
-, Jennifer (Jennifer Jo)
          92: 4-16 6
          93: 11-4 12; 11-11 14; 11-18 14
          94: 2-10 6
„Ferris Bueller‟s Day Off‟ (film) 87: 9-24 2
Fertig, Jerry
          80: 3-13 8; 4-17 10
          81: 3-5 8; 3-19 9; 3-26 8; 4-2 8; 4-9 9; 4-23 8; 4-30 9; 5-7 9; 9-10 9 (P)
          82: 10-14 9
          83: 2-24 9 (P); 3-3 9 (P); 4-14 9
fertilizer, shortage of 75: 4-17 4
Festival of the Arts II 80: 4-3 4
Fette, Chad 92: 4-16 5
Fetterley, Rebecca 86: 7-24 8 (P)
Fetters, Chris 89: 4-27 11 (P); 12-7 2 (P)
-, Tony 88: 1-28 2
-, Troy 88: 2-4 13; 2-18 5; 3-17 2, 11; 3-24 4; 4-7 6, 11; 4-21 14; 5-5 2, 6, 7, 8
Fettin, Carol
          92: 9-17 1, 4, 15; 9-24 13; 10-1 9; 10-22 5, 11; 10-29 13; 11-5 4; 11-12 4, 6
          93: 1-21 5; 2-11 5, 6, 10; 2-25 5; 3-18 9; 4-1 9; 9-2 1; 9-16 10; 9-30 1; 10-7 14; 10-14 6;
                   10-21 1; 10-28 1; 11-4 1; 12-2 1
           94: 3-17 4
           95: 1-26 4
  -, Mark 93: 2-11 1
  -, Sarah 93: 4-1 2 (P)
  Fettman, Leo
           95: 4-13 1 (P), 6
           99: 2-25 6 (P); 4-22 7
           2001: 2-22 7; 3-8 7
  Feucalaoro, Mark 90: 2-22 7
  Feuer, Bob (see also Feurer)
           76: 1-22 4
           77: 4-7 6
  Feurer, Robert (Bob) (see also Fuerer)
           73: 6-28 4
           74: 3-21 5; 8-29 7; 9-26 8
           75: 3-13 6; 4-4 6; 8-29 13; 9-5 10; 10-9 9 (P); 10-23 7 (P); 11-20 7; 12-11 10
           76: 1-15 6; 2-5 8; 2-12 9; 3-4 6; 3-18 6; 4-1 8; 4-23 7; 9-2 15; 9-9 10, 12; 9-16 8; 11-18 6
           77: 9-22 11
  Fey, Barry 99: 1-28 4
  Fiala, Ed 85: 10-10 2
  -, Gary
           81: 11-12 5
           82: 4-1 10; 7-22 3 (P)
  -, Kathy 71: 4-1 4; 4-15 1
  -, Tammy
           79: 9-6 7 (P); 9-20 4
           80: 3-6 6 (P); 12-11 6
           82: 9-30 4
  Fiasco Enterprises (band) 81: 4-9 5
  Fichtl, Kim
           96: 2-15 11
           98: 2-5 8
  Fichtner, Terry
           71: 4-1 2
           72: 4-13 5
  -, Theresa
           76: 7-9 2
           78: 4-27 1
  Fick, Brenda 90: 10-25 5 (P)
  Fickenscher, Andrea 91: 8-1 1
  -, Earl Warren 91: 8-1 1
  -, Kathy 91: 8-1 1
  Fiddelke, Deb
           89: 9-14 1
           90: 2-8 2; 2-22 4
  -, Misty (Misti)
           94: 10-20 12
           95: 2-16 2
  „Fiddler on the Roof‟ (play) 87: 2-5 2, 6; 2-12 2; 2-19 1, 2
  Fidelity Union life insurance Company (business) 82: 11-18 4
  Fidler, Cathy 78: 2-2 1
-, Jeff
           81: 3-5 8; 4-2 8
           82: 3-4 5; 11-11 5
           83: 2-24 7; 10-13 4 (P)
  Fie, Connie 98: 4-30 15
Fiedler, David (Dave)
          73: 12-6 7
          74: 1-31 6 (P); 9-26 5
          76: 4-23 1
          77: 7-21 7
-, Donald B (see also Fielder) 80: 12-4 4
-, Josh (see also Fielder)
          99: 1-21 1, 3, 5, 6; 1-28 1, 3, 4, 7, 8; 2-4 3, 4; 2-11 3; 2-25 1, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8; 3-4 1, 3, 5; 3-11
                  1, 3; 3-25 3, 5; 4-1 3 (P), 6; 4-15 1, 3; 4-22 1, 3 (P), 5; 4-29 1, 4; 9-2 1, 3; 9-9 3;
                  9-16 1, 3 (P), 5, 6; 9-23 3; 9-30 1, 3; 10-7 3, 5; 10-14 1, 3; 10-28 3, 5, 10; 11-4 3;
                  11-11 1, 3; 11-18 1, 3, 5, 9; 12-2 3, 5; 12-9 4
          2000: 1-20 3, 9; 1-27 1, 3; 2-3 3, 5; 2-10 3; 2-17 3; 2-24 3; 3-2 3; 3-9 3, 4 (P); 3-23 3; 3-
                  30 3; 4-6 3; 4-13 3, 7; 4-20 3; 4-27 3; 8-31 3 (P); 9-14 4; 9-21 3 (P); 9-28 3 (P);
                  10-26 4; 11-2 3 (P); 12-11 3, 4
          2001: 1-18 4
Fiedler, Pamela (Pam)
          91: 10-17 1
          94: 3-17 2 (P)
Fiehn, Larry
          76: 3-4 8
          77: 2-10 4; 3-31 6; 4-28 3
„Field Piece‟ (art) 97: 3-6 1, 10 (P)
Field Services Bureau
          73: 12-6 4
          74: 3-7 8
Field Study in Arid Environments 80: 2-7 1
Fielder, Don (see also Fiedler) 80: 2-28 1
-, Josh (see also Fiedler) 99: 1-28 5
-, Mike 82: 1-28 4; 4-30 5
Fielding, Brad 94: 4-14 1
Fields, Brian
          95: 9-21 1
          96: 9-19 2 (P)
-, Diane 76: 10-7 1
-, Eric
          88: 4-28 2
          89: 3-30 12; 5-4 4
          90: 2-15 1; 4-19 1; 6-21 1
          91: 4-18 1; 7-3 16; 8-29 6
-, Janelle 94: 4-14 2
-, Sean 91: 9-26 11
-, Sondra 92: 4-9 6
-, Stephanie 82: 10-7 8 (P)
-, Teresa 80: 12-4 8
Fiene, Shannon 87: 11-19 5
Fiese, Derek 2001: 4-5 5
Fieselman, Liz 2001: 1-18 7
Fiesner, Dorothy 74: 12-5 5
Fiesta Cantina (business) 76: 7-9 7; 9-29 2
Fife, Doyle (see also Fyfe) 74: 4-4 5; 4-11 6
„Fifth of July‟ see „The Fifth of July‟ (play)
Fifth Year Endorsement 74: 11-6 3
Fifties Night 81: 4-9 1
Figari, Alberto
          82: 4-15 Accent 3
          84: 12-13 7
„Fight Club‟ 99: 10-28 8
Fight Night
         87: 3-5 2; 3-9 2; 3-26 2
         88: 4-7 2
         89: 4-6 9; 11-9 5
         90: 4-5 1; 4-12 2
Fight Night II 83: 2-24 7
fight song, history of 80: 1-10 1
-, words to
         76: 9-29 1
         77: 9-29 1
         80: 1-10 1
Fighting Wombats 95: 2-9 4
Filho, Francisco Gomez 2002: 12-12 2 (P)
Filisinger, Kaleen (see also Filsinger) 88: 10-12 15
Fillinger, Jennifer 94: 9-15 14
Fillingham, Gena 85: 10-3 5
Fillman, Rhonda 80: 8-28 3
Fillmer, Cheryl 71: 4-29 3
Film and the BB‟s (band) 87: 10-22 6
Film Freakout (event) 71: 12-9 6
 „Film As Art‟ (course) 83: 3-31 6
film developing service 85: 2-5 11
Film Festival of Spanish Classics 82: 2-25 1
Filmer, Rex 76: 2-19 4
films 78: 9-28 Encounter 1
Filsinger, Kaleen (see also Filisinger) 90: 7-12 5 (P)
„Final Conflict‟ (film) 84: 12-11 2
„Final Fantasy VIII‟ 99: 10-14 7
Finals Week
         6: 4-23 3
         78: 12-14 1
         83: 12-2 8
         84: 3-1 1; 10-11 1; 12-6 21; 12-13 4
         85: 1-22 4; 2-12 15, 16; 2-28 4
         87: 5-7 4
         88: 12-8 10
         91: 12-5 12
         94: 3-10 1
-, adoption of 78: 11-9 1
-, possible reinstatement of 78: 12-7 1
Finals Week Survival Kit 87: 12-10 6
Finance Club 93: 2-4 9
Finance Office 86: 3-7 1
financial aid
         71: 9-3 5
         72: 9-14 1; 9-21 1
         73: 9-6 5
         74: 5-98 3
         75: 12-4 6
         77: 10-27 6
         78: 9-21 1
         80: 1-10 4; 3-27 3; 12-4 1
         81: 1-29 4; 12-3 1
         82: 3-25 1; 9-23 1, 6
         83: 11-17 Accent 7
          84: 7-19 5
          85: 6-25 4; 9-5 1
          87: 1-22 1; 3-5 1; 4-9 4; 10-1 1
          88: 2-4 13; 10-12 6
          89: 2-23 4
          90: 3-1 2
          92: 9-17 4
          93: 2-18 10; 3-4 1, 2; 9-2 1; 10-28 1
          95: 1-19 1, 11; 10-26 1
          98: 11-12 1, 4; 12-3 1
          99: 9-23 1
          2000: 11-9 6
          2002: 3-7 7
-, computerization of 88: 1-21 1
-, cuts in 81: 10-29 1
-, delays in
          84: 10-2 1
          86: 10-2 1
Financial Aid 100 (course) 85: 9-5 1
Financial Aid Form 88: 2-4 13
financial aid hotline 95: 1-26 2
Financial Aid Matinee (program) 94: 12-8 2
Financial Aid Office
          81: 9-3 6
          82: 2-18 1
          83: 10-20 1; 11-10 1; 11-17 1
          84: 7-19 5; 10-4 3
          86: 1-23 2
          87: 2-5 2; 2-12 2; 4-9 4; 5-7 10; 10-22 1; 10-29 2
          88: 5-5 1; 7-14 2
          90: 1-18 10
          94: 2-3 1, 4; 12-8 2
          96: 2-22 4, 9; 2-29 9; 3-7 9; 3-28 7
          97: 3-13 4; 12-4 2
          98: 2-19 2
          2002: 3-7 7
Financial Aids 77: 9-1 8
Financial Aids Office
          71: 3-25 1; 10-14 3; 11-18 4; 12-2 3
          72: 1-20 1; 1-27 5; 2-24 1; 4-13 1; 10-12 1
          73: 4-19 4; 10-4 1, 8
          74: 3-21 8; 4-4 8; 5-2 5; 9-12 3; 10-24 3
          75: 2-27 10; 3-20 6; 9-11 1
Financial Aids Office
          76: 4-1 1; 10-21 1
          77: 10-27 4
          78: 8-31 3; 11-2 1; 11-9 1
          79: 8-30 1, 5
          80: 3-6 1; 8-28 7; 10-9 1
Financial Leaders Association
          93: 10-14 14; 10-21 12; 10-28 16; 11-4 12; 11-11 14; 11-18 14; 12-2 14; 12-9 15
          94: 1-20 12
Finch, E 94: 9-22 12
-, Eric 94: 10-27 12
-, Kevin
          94: 4-14 11; 4-28 1; 10-6 3 LTE
          95: 9-28 1
          97: 9-4 1, 4
-, Rebecca 95: 3-2 8
Fincham, Marijayne
          72: 9-21 7
          73: 3-29 5
Findley, Robert 78: 9-14 1
Fine, Paul 80: 2-28 5
Fine Arts and Humanities Celebration 92: 4-16 9
Fine Arts Building
          82: 10-7 5
          2000: 9-7 8
-, addition to
          76: 9-2 1
          77: 7-28 6
          78: 6-15 5; 8-31 11; 10-5 1; 11-9 3; 12-14 7
          79: 8-30 4
          80: 1-10 3
-, adoption of 95: 11-11 4
Fine Arts Council 76: 11-4 3
Fine Arts Experimental Theatre 73: 11-1 7
Fine Arts Extravaganza 71: 11-4 5
Fine Arts Festival
          72: 4-20 6
          73: 11-7 5
          74: 5-2 3
Fine Arts Theater 80: 9-4 6
-, sound system in 72: 3-9 4
Finely, Brad 81: 12-3 4
fines, holding of grades for unpaid 90: 2-1 4
-, holding of registration for unpaid 90: 2-1 4
Finish Line Cyclery (business) 90: 3-29 12
Fink, Benjamin (Benji) 71: 1-7 7; 11-4 6; 12-16 4
-, Chad 95: 11-11 10
-, Chuck 84: 10-23 16 (P)
-, Dennis M 89: 7-20 3 LTE
-, Hugh 89: 2-2 2 (P); 2-9 11
-, Jay 78: 10-12 15
-, Julie
          81: 3-5 10 (P); 3-26 1; 4-23 1; 10-8 1; 11-12 1
          82: 2-11 1; 4-29 1; 7-15 1; 9-2 1; 9-30 1; 10-7 1; 10-14 1; 12-2 1
          83: 3-31 1; 4-21 3; 5-5 1
-, Laurie
          81: 3-26 3 (P); 6-18 3
          82: 4-15 6
-, Mary
          79: 11-8 1
          80: 1-10 3; 4-24 1, 3; 5-1 3; 9-4 2; 9-11 2, 7 (P); 9-18 2; 9-25 2; 9-25 Encounter 2; 10-9 2;
                  10-16 2; 10-23 2; 10-23 Encounter 2; 11-6 2; 11-20 2; 11-20 Encounter 1; 12-4 2;
                  12-11 2; 12-11 Encounter 2
          81: 1-22 2; 1-29 2; 2-5 2; 2-12 2; 2-26 2; 3-5 2; 3-19 2; Spring 1981 Encounter 3; 4-2 2;
                  4-9 1, 2; 4-23 2; 4-30 2, 3 (P); 5-7 2; 6-18 2; 6-25 2; 7-9 2; 7-16 2; 7-23 2; 7-30 2
          84: 3-23 5 (P)
-, Mike 2002: 2-7 2
-, Paula
          84: 4-12 6 (P); 6-21 1; 9-6 26
          85: 4-23 9; 6-25 1
          86; 5-8 2 (P)
Finke, Kory 89: 2-9 6
Finkner, Lindsey 11-11-95 4
Finkral, Robert 91: 12-5 3 LTE
Finks, Bill 81: 10-1 1
Finley, Kim
          86: 7-24 4
          89: 4-27 11
-, Marc 88: 4-7 10 (P)
-, Mark 91: 1-17 1 (P)
-, Mary 80: 1-24 6; 8-28 2, 3 (P)
-, Paul 90: 6-28 4
-, Wade 89: 3-2 8 (P)
Finly, Linda 73: 5-3 1
Finn, Bruce Lyle 85: 4-11 3
-, Patrick 96: 3-7 9
-, Ruth (see also Fen) 78: 5-4 14
Finnerty, Richard (Dick)
          72: 11-2 1
          73: 1-25 3
Finney, Lyndsey 99: 2-11 10
-, Mike 71: 5-6 6
Fintel, Vickie (Vicki, Vicky)
          74: 3-28 1
          75: 3-20 1; 9-5 4; 10-23 4
          76: 10-14 3
          77: 3-31 6
Fiohr, Susan 76: 3-18 7
Firby, Annette 93: 3-4 1
-, Bryan 93: 3-4 1 (P)
-, Teresa 93: 3-4 1 (P)
-, Terry 93: 3-4 1
fire, destruction of house by 91: 2-14 1
-, in Bruner Hall of Science 2000: 10-5 1
-, student rescues children from 87: 10-1 1
 „Fire in the Sky‟ (film) 93: 4-22 12
fire extinguishers 82: 11-18 Accent 2, 8
fire hydrants 82: 11-18 Accent 8
fire prevention 82: 11-18 Accent 3, 5
fire safety
          81: 2-5 5
          87: 10-8 6
- , program on 78: 2-2 1
fire safety plan 78: 6-15 6
firearms
          95: 9-28 10
          2000: 3-30 1; 4-6 3; 4-20 1
          2002: 1-24 2
Fireman‟s Cup Charity Softball Tournament
          96: 4-25 2
          97: 4-3 2; 4-10 2; 4-17 11
          98: 4-9 6
Firerat (band) 72: 8-31 1; 9-7 1; 9-14 5
Fireside (business)
          76: 2-19 1
          93: 2-4 9; 9-2 1
Fireside Inn (business)
          73: 2-22 2; 6-21 2; 6-28 2; 7-12 2
          75: 9-18 1; 10-30 1
          77: 2-24 1
          79: 11-8 9
          87: 4-16 6
          89: 9-14 4
          90: 10-11 1; 11-8 2; 11-15 2
          91: 10-17 5
          92: 4-16 Special Section 2
fireworks
          76: 7-1 1
          80: 7-3 1; 7-10 1
-, restrictions on 74: 6-27 4
Firhand, Mary 78: 10-5 12
Firm see „The Firm‟ (film)
first aid
          97: 9-4 13; 9-11 9; 9-18 11; 11-20 5
          98: 12-3 1
          99: 2-25 2; 3-4 2; 3-11 2
first aid kits 94: 3-3 4
First Amendment rights 91: 2-7 1
First Annual Tri-City College Relay for Life 2002: 2-7 1, 2
First Apostolic Church 73: 8-30 7
First Baptist Church
          73: 8-30 7
          74: 10-17 9
          78: 1-12 1
          80: 3-27 Encounter 6
          84: 2-23 3
          87: 3-26 5
First Call For Help
          93: 9-23 10
          2001: 4-26 11
First Call for Help-Volunteer Connection 94: 4-7 10
First Christian Church
          71: 10-21 3
          72: 4-27 4
          73: 8-30 7
-, day care center at 72: 5-4 3
First Church of God
          71: 10-21 3
          74: 9-26 7
          82: 10-28 5
          92: 2-27 10; 3-5 10
First Church of God Christian Academy 84: 2-23 3
First Church of the Nazarene 98: 8-27 2
First Edition (band) 72: 8-31 4; 9-7 1; 9-28 3
First Federal Lincoln (business) 81: 1-22 6
First Friday program 94: 4-7 2; 4-28 2
First Gilbert and Sullivan Quartette 79: 9-13 1
First Holiday Tour and Travel 72: 1-27 3
 „First Hunt‟ (book) 79: 4-12 7
First International Postal Art Exhibition 79: 1-11 1
„First Lady Lou‟ (play) 90: 9-6 11; 9-27 11
First Lutheran Church (LCA)
         71: 10-21 3
         80: 3-27 Encounter 2; 9-18 3; 12-11 4
         86: 2-27 8
         2002: 1-24 1
First National Bank and Trust Company (business), gift of trees to KSC by 76: 5-6 3
First National Bank of Kearney (business)
         78: 10-5 6
         79: 9-27 6; 10-4 6
         80: 4-3 4; 9-4 1; 10-2 1
         81: 9-3 7; 10-29 Accent 4
         82: 3-18 4; 9-2 1
         86: 4-10 4
         92: 2-13 11
         93: 9-30 10
First Presbyterian Church 93: 4-8 10; 4-15 12; 4-29 15
First Run for Exceptional Children 81: 9-17 1
First Step Mentoring Program 94: 11-4 2
First Time Freshman Contact 73: 11-15 3
First United Methodist Church
         73: 8-30 7
         78: 9-28 4
         80: 3-27 Encounter 6
         89: 11-30 2
         93: 9-30 12; 10-7 16; 10-14 14; 10-21 12; 10-28 16; 11-4 12; 11-11 14; 11-18 14; 12-2
                 14; 12-9 15
         94: 1-20 12; 1-27 12; 2-3 11; 2-10 10; 2-17 10; 2-24 8; 3-3 10; 3-10 12; 3-17 12; 3-31 14;
                 4-7 12; 4-14 12; 4-21 12; 4-28 13; 8-25 12; 9-1 12; 9-15 14; 9-22 12; 9-29 12; 10-
                 6 12; 10-13 14; 10-20 14; 10-27 12; 11-3 10; 11-10 12; 11-17 10; 12-1 10; 12-8
                 14
         95: 1-19 12; 1-26 12; 2-2 12; 2-9 12; 2-16 8; 2-23 8; 3-2 8; 3-9 10; 3-16 13; 3-30 10; 8-24
                 14
First United Methodist Church (Omaha) 98: 3-19 1
First United Presbyterian Church
         71: 10-21 3
         73: 8-30 7
         77: 6-16 5
first year students, challenges facing 86: 5-1 4
-, nonreturn rate of 95: 8-31 11
FirstSearch 96: 2-15 1
FirsTier Bank (business) 95: 4-6 1
Firstier/Cornhusker State Games Torch Run 88: 7-14 7
FirsTier Savings Bank 92: 2-13 11
Fisch, Mark 84: 9-25 3
Fischbach, Jim 71: 5-6 4
Fischer, Allan 95: 3-30 1; 4-27 6 (P)
-, Barbra 84: 5-3 10 (P)
-, Bobby 72: 9-14 2
-, Carolyn 77: 10-20 8
-, Dan 95: 8-31 13
-, Diane
         73: 10-25 1 (P); 11-1 3; 11-15 4
         74: 3-21 3
-, Frank 2002: 2-14 6
-, Harlan 76: 9-29 8
-, Janet 74: 9-12 1
-, Jennifer
          90: 12-13 2 (P)
          91: 12-13 11
-, Jeremy 94: 4-7 2
-, Kim
          82: 4-22 7
          83: 3-24 6; 4-21 1; 9-1 4; 11-17 1
-, Michelle
          86: 7-17 8
          87: 10-8 8 (P)
          88: 1-28 8; 2-4 11
-, Patrick (Pat) (see also Fisher)
          2000: 3-9 6; 4-6 9; 4-20 10
          2002: 4-18 5, 6; 4-25 6, 8
-, Patsy 80: 10-23 2 LTE
-, Sarah
          96: 10-24 2 (P); 12-12 1 (P)
          98: 2-12 9
-, Scott (see also Fisher)
          76: 4-1 8; 9-2 15; 9-9 12; 12-9 9
          77: 10-27 9
          84: 9-20 13
-, Timothy (Tim)
          71: 4-1 3; 4-22 3; 4-29 5; 9-23 4
          72: 3-2 4; 3-23 5; 5-4 3; 11-2 1
          73: 2-22 1; 3-8 1; 5-3 3; 10-25 1 (P); 11-1 3; 11-15 4
          74: 3-21 3
Fish, Brad 92: 9-24 14
-, Brandy
          97: 10-2 10
          98: 3-19 2; 4-30 5 (P)
-, Deborah (Deb, Debbie)
          71: 10-7 1
          72: 9-14 8; 10-19 7
          73: 3-22 5 (P); 3-29 4
-, Mark 89: 4-6 8 (P)
-, Merritt 99: 9-2 6; 9-9 2; 9-16 7; 9-23 1, 8; 9-30 2; 10-7 4; 10-14 2; 10-28 1; 11-4 8; 11-11
          4; 11-18 7; 12-2 2; 12-9 12
-, Robert 92: 9-24 14
-, Tamara (Tammy)
          78: 9-7 11; 9-21 9; 9-28 11; 10-5 14, 15; 10-26 10; 11-2 12; 11-16 9
          79: 1-26 9; 3-1 10; 4-12 8; 8-30 13; 10-11 9
          80: 1-31 7; 2-28 11
fish as pets 95: 9-28 6
Fish „n‟ Chips (business) 76: 7-9 7
Fishbach, Paul 81: Spring 1981 Encounter 7
Fishback, Todd 81: 4-23 9
Fisher, Alice 85; 8-29 3
-, Andrea 84: 12-6 2; 12-11 5 (P)
-, Aven 90: 12-6 18
-, Becky 73: 4-19 8
-, Bill
          76: 4-8 Spring 9
          77: 4-14 1
-, Carolyn (Caroline, Karolyn)
          72: 9-28 7
          73: 4-26 1; 5-10 1; 6-28 7
          78: 9-28 Encounter 2 (P)
          79: 2-22 Encounter 5
-, Cheryl
          75: 9-5 8
          76: 9-29 3
-, Chris 87: 3-5 5 (P)
-, Connie 74: 4-18 5
-, Dennis
          71: 1-7 7; 2-4 5, 6; 2-18 8; 2-25 6; 3-4 6; 3-18 8; 3-25 6; 4-15 4; 5-6 1, 3; 5-13 6; 11-4 6;
                  12-16 4
          72: 1-20 3, 6; 2-3 6; 2-10 3, 4; 2-17 6; 2-24 6 (P); 3-2 6; 3-23 6; 4-13 6; 4-20 8; 4-27 1, 6;
                  5-4 6
          73: 5-10 7
-, Diane 73: 9-27 8
-, Gary
          71: 10-7 1
          88: 7-14 8
-, Grant 84: 4-26 11 (P)
-, Harlan (Harlen)
          76: 9-2 8; 10-14 3
          77: 2-10 1; 4-7 3; 11-10 12
-, Heidi (see also Fishler) 90: 2-15 9
-, Helen 86: 2-6 2
-, Jeff 74: 4-18 2 LTE
-, Katrina 2001: 11-1 2
-, Kelly 87: 7-23 5
-, Ken 75: 3-13 7
-, Kim 88: 10-12 3 LTE
-, Laurie 90: 9-13 2 (P)
-, Lisa 90: 9-13 2 (P)
-, Lloyd 73: 2-22 1
-, Lowell
          90: 10-11 1 (P)
          92: 10-1 6; 11-5 1
-, Lyle 78: 3-8 3
-, Matt
          84: 10-16 7; 11-13 9
          85: 8-29 13; 12-5 12
-, Nathan
          79: 3-29 4
          80: 1-10 6 (P)
          83: 9-1 15
-, Patrick (see also Fischer)
          2000: 1-20 2
          2002: 10-10 8
-, Rebecca
          95: 3-16 2 (P)
          97: 4-10 4
-, Rex 98: 4-23 1
-, Roger (Roger Joe)
          71: 5-20 6; 11-11 6
          72: 3-23 6; 4-13 9; 4-20 8; 4-27 6; 5-4 6; 9-28 9; 11-9 10
          73: 2-1 8; 3-1 7; 3-8 6; 4-5 7; 4-12 8, 9; 4-19 5 (P); 5-3 9 (P); 5-10 7; 8-30 3; 11-1 8; 11-7
                  7; 11-29 6, 7; 12-13 1 (P)
          74: 3-21 5; 4-4 6; 4-18 7; 4-25 7; 5-2 8; 9-5 6; 11-21 4, 5
          75: 4-10 4; 5-1 6; 8-29 12
          77: 7-14 7 (P)
          78: 9-21 9; 11-2 10; 11-9 10
          79: 3-29 14; 4-5 13; 4-12 10; 4-26 8; 5-3 15
          80: 2-28 11
-, Scott (see also Fischer) 83: 9-8 13
-, Shari
          86: 7-17 8
          87: 10-22 13 (P)
-, Sherry R 81: 10-29 1
-, Sidney (Sydney Brooke; Sidney)
          2000: 12-7 11
          2001: 2-22 4 (P); 9-20 4 (P); 10-11 2
          2002: 3-14 7
-, Steve
          71: 12-2 6
          74: 9-5 6; 9-26 8
          75: 9-11 6; 9-18 8
          79: 4-5 13; 9-20 10
          80: 2-28 11; 3-6 8; 3-27 7; 4-3 9; 4-17 10; 4-24 9; 5-1 10; 9-4 10
          81: 3-5 8; 3-19 10; 3-26 7; 4-2 8; 4-9 9; 4-23 8; 4-30 9; 5-7 10; 9-17 8; 10-8 11
          88: 2-25 3 LTE
-, Tabor 98: 10-15 6
-, Terri 84: 4-5 3; 9-20 5
-, Tiffany 99: 11-11 7
-, Timothy (Tim)
          72: 9-28 7
          73: 9-27 8; 11-1 3
          91: 10-17 2 (P)
          92: 1-23 2 (P)
          93: 1-28 2 (P); 4-15 5 (P)
          95: 2-16 2
-, Veronica 94: 1-27 12
Fishheads (group) 96: 4-25 16; 8-29 1
fishing
          79: 4-26 4
          89: 6-29 7
          2001: 3-29 8; 9-20 10
fishing contest, Industrial Technology Club sponsorship of 90: 4-19 8; 5-3 9
fishing tackle as a hobby 95: 2-2 10
Fishler, Heidi (see also Fisher) 90: 1-25 9
Fisk, Jim
          76: 3-25 7
          77: 3-24 1; 3-31 3
-, Lisa 2000: 9-14 2; 12-11 2
„Fists of Fury‟ (film) 74: 8-29 5; 11-14 4
Fitch, Gary 73: 1-25 4
Fitch, Melissa 90: 11-1 2 (P)
-, Ryan 99: 3-11 2; 3-25 2
-, Tony 2000: 12-7 10
Fite Nite
          91: 4-4 1; 4-11 5
          92: 4-9 1; 4-16 1, 8
          93: 4-22 1, 5
          94: 3-31 2; 4-7 5; 4-14 1, 11
          96: 4-4 4; 4-18 1, 9
          97: 4-10 1, 8; 4-24 10
          99: 1-21 1, 8; 1-28 1, 3; 4-15 1, 4; 4-22 1
          2000: 4-6 2; 4-13 1; 4-20 1, 8, 9
          2001: 4-12 2; 4-19 4
          2002: 4-4 9; 4-11 2; 4-25 1, 4, 9
Fith, Gary 72: 11-30 8
Fitness and Leisure Management, major in 82: 1-28 4
fitness clubs 92: 10-29 4
Fitske, Dayle (see also Fitzke) 92: 4-16 6
„Fitting in at KSC‟ (lecture) 88: 11-17 2
Fittje, Renee (Renae)
          85: 9-5 1; 9-26 6; 10-3 1; 10-10 10; 11-14 1
          86: 3-13 6; 4-10 1
Fitzekam, Donna 72: 11-30 8
-, Phil 85: 4-2 7
Fitzgerald, Brian (Bryan)
          81: 7-23 10; 11-19 10; 12-10 11
          82: 2-18 11 (P); 3-18 9; 11-18 6
          83: 1-20 8; 1-27 7; 2-3 9; 2-17 7; 3-17 8; 12-2 12; 12-8 8
          84: 3-1 8; 3-23 11; 10-16 10; 11-29 27; 12-6 26; 12-11 7
          85: 1-29 7
-, Frances 83: 9-1 1; 9-15 1 (P)
-, James (Jim)
          78: 11-16 6
          79: 12-6 7
          85: 2-12 10; 4-23 6; 4-25 13
          86: 2-13 9
FitzGerald, Karen
          85: 10-10 1
          86: 3-7 1; 3-13 1; 4-3 1, 5; 4-17 6 (P); 4-24 1; 9-5 10; 11-6 2
          87: 2-5 1; 3-5 1; 3-26 2; 4-9 1; 9-3 1
          88: 4-21 14 (P); 5-5 2
Fitzgerald, Kathy
          87: 1-22 2; 3-5 1; 3-26 2; 4-2 2
          88: 3-24 1
FitzGerald, Lori 96: 4-18 4
Fitzgerald, Roger 81: 7-23 10
FitzGerald, Shannon 90: 3-8 10 (P)
Fitzgerald, Warren 72: 4-27 5
Fitzke, Dayle G (Dale, Doyle)(see also Fitske)
          71: 3-18 1; 3-25 4; 4-20 12; 6-24 1; 11-11 5
          72: 6-22 1; 8-31 6; 10-19 3
          73: 6-28 7; 11-29 8
          74: 3-21 3; 4-25 4; 7-11 6
          75: 1-16 3; 11-13 10; 12-11 8
          76: 7-1 6; 11-18 5
          77: 6-16 1; 9-15 6
          79: 3-15 6
          80: 6-19 3
          81: 5-7 6 (P)
          82: 9-23 5 (P)
          83: 4-6 5 (P); 9-22 10
          84: 4-12 6; 6-21 1
          87: 6-25 8
          88: 6-23 7
          89: 1-12 5; 11-30 2
           90: 3-8 7
           96: 10-10 10
           97: 5-1 16
- -, retirement reception for 96: 10-17 9
-, Daylene
           71: 4-1 1; 12-9 3
           72: 1-13 3
           73: 3-1 5; 5-3 3
-, Mary 80: 2-7 3
-, Pam
           76: 4-29 5 (P)
           78: 10-12 5 (P)
Fitzler, Ken 76: 4-23 4
-, Scott 86: 10-30 5 (P)
Fitzmorris, Tim
           83: 10-6 11; 10-13 14
           84: 4-5 12; 5-3 13
Fitzpatrick, Tony 2002: 2-14 1
Fitzwater, Laurel 76: 4-23 4
-, Ruth 89: 11-30 3 LTE
„Five Finger Exercise‟ (play) 72: 2-24 4
Five For Fighting (band)
           97: 4-3 5
           2001: 4-5 2; 4-26 1
Five Man Electrical Band (band) 71: 9-30 1; 10-7 1; 10-14 4
Five Marks of Distinction (award) 80: 5-1 1
Fix, Jill 98: 1-22 1
Flack, Paula 78: 2-2 3
Fladseth, Melissa 2001: 11-1 2
flag burning 98: 11-5 3
Flag Corp
           81: 4-30 1
           82: 4-15 1
-, auditions for
           80: 5-1 1
           88: 4-28 2, 13; 8-25 2; 9-1 2
„Flag Football for Women‟ (course) 74: 3-7 5
Flag Squad
           79: 5-3 1; 9-13 1
           81: 4-23 1
           84: 3-29 3; 4-5 3
           87: 10-29 2
Flag Team
           85: 4-11 2; 4-16 2; 4-18 2
           86: 4-10 2; 4-17 2
           88: 9-8 14
           93: 9-16 12
Flagg, Wayne 74: 2-14 3
Flagstad, Lois 2001: 4-19 7; 12-13 11
Flagstad-Kramer, Lois (see also Flagsted-Kramer)
           91: 8-29 1; 10-3 6 (P); 10-10 11
           92: 4-9 4; 8-27 6
           93: 10-14 11; 11-18 2
           95: 10-12 4
           96: 3-14 10
           97: 9-18 4; 11-13 4
        98: 1-29 1
        99: 4-22 1, 2; 4-29 3
Flagsted-Kramer, Lois (see also Flagstad-Kramer)
        93: 9-23 10
        97: 4-24 11
Flaherty, Barbara (Barb)
        96: 10-31 9
        98: 2-12 6
        99: 11-11 8
        2000: 1-27 4
-, Kyle
        86: 4-17 5 (P)
        95: 4-6 1
Flakus, Kimberly K 85: 4-2 7 (P), 9 (P), 17 (P)
Flamenco in Concert (performers) 71: 4-22 1; 5-6 5
Flamig, Blaine (see also Flaming)
        87: 1-29 7; 2-5 8; 2-12 7; 2-19 7; 2-26 8; 3-5 8; 4-16 7; 5-7 8; 9-3 6; 9-10 9; 9-17 7; 9-24
                 7; 10-1 7; 10-22 8; 10-29 7; 11-5 8; 11-12 7, 8; 11-19 8, 9; 12-3 7; 12-10 8
        88: 1-21 7; 1-28 8; 2-4 9, 11; 2-11 10, 11; 2-18 7; 2-25 9; 3-17 7; 3-24 10; 4-7 7; 4-21 7;
                 5-5 3, 9; 8-25 3, 8; 9-1 3, 7; 9-8 3, 7, 9; 9-15 3, 10, 11; 9-22 3, 8, 9 (P); 9-29 3, 7,
                 8, 9; 10-6 2 (P), 3, 8, 9; 10-12 3, 7, 8 (P), 15; 10-27 3, 9; 11-3 3, 7, 8 (P); 11-10 3,
                 7; 11-17 3, 7; 12-1 3, 7; 12-8 3, 7, 9 (P)
        89: 2-2 4, 6; 2-9 1; 2-16 1; 2-23 5; 3-16 3 (P); 4-13 12; 4-27 6; 5-4 11; 9-7 2, 3 (P); 9-14
                 1, 3, 4, 15; 9-21 1, 2, 3; 9-28 1, 3, 5; 10-5 1, 3; 10-12 1, 3; 10-19 1, 3; 11-2 1, 3;
                 11-9 1, 3; 11-16 1, 3, 4, 12; 11-30 1, 3, 6; 12-7 3, 11; 12-14 4
Flaming, Blaine (see also Flamig) 89: 4-20 6
Flamingo [sic] Dance Troupe 80: 10-16 1; 10-23 1
Flammang, Linda (see also Flamming) 74: 11-14 4
Flamme, Jeff
        87: 2-5 2 (P)
        89: 11-2 4
Flamming, Linda (see also Flammang) 74: 4-18 4
Flanders, Kimberly 94: 2-10 6
Flanegan, Dave 73: 3-29 10
Flannigan, Denny 74: 4-18 3
Flansburg, Darby
        97: 10-2 3
        98: 4-9 2 (P)
Flash, Brennon 89: 12-7 5 (P)
Flash Cadillac and the Continental Kids (group) 72: 3-9 1; 3-16 1
 „Flash Gordon‟ (film) 77: 9-1 4; 9-8 3; 10-6 1, 3; 10-27 3; 11-17 3
Flathman, Larry
        71: 3-11 2; 4-29 3; 5-6 2; 10-14 5
        72: 4-13 5
Flatlander, Platte 93: 1-21 8; 4-1 11; 4-29 8
Flatlander see „The Flatlander‟ (art)
Flaugh, Aaron 98: 9-10 5
Fleash, Mick 74: 8-29 6
Fleber, Dixie 98: 4-30 4
Fleche, Betsy (Betty)
        94: 12-1 10
        95: 2-16 1
Fleck, Brad
        86: 9-11 8; 9-18 7; 9-25 7; 10-2 8; 10-9 7; 10-30 7; 11-6 8; 11-13 5; 11-20 7; 12-4 8; 12-
                 11 7
        87: 2-26 9
Fleck, Jeff 77: 4-14 1; 11-17 3
Fleecs, Thomas (Tom)
          73: 9-13 8; 9-27 8
          74: 12-12 8
Fleetwood Mac (group) 79: 11-1 3
Fleharty, Sylvia 77: 5-5 3
Fleig-Palmer, Michelle (see also Flieg-Palmer) 98: 9-10 1
Fleischer, L T 71: 4-20 12
Fleischmann, Dawn
          84: 9-13 13; 11-8 18
          85: 3-28 7
Fleming, Danny (Dan) (see also Flemming)
          88: 1-14 8; 1-28 7, 8, 9 (P); 4-7 8; 4-21 8
          89: 2-2 9; 2-9 7; 2-16 7; 2-23 7; 3-2 7; 3-30 7; 4-6 10 (P); 4-20 8; 5-4 9
          90: 1-25 9; 2-1 7; 2-8 9; 2-22 8; 3-1 8; 3-8 7 (P); 4-12 7; 5-3 7; 9-27 5 (P)
          91: 1-17 8; 1-24 8 (P); 1-31 10 (P); 2-7 9; 3-7 8; 3-14 7; 4-4 7; 4-11 7; 4-25 7; 5-2 7
-, Gabriel 71: 2-11 3
-, Kerry (see also Flemming)
          98: 2-5 7
          99: 3-4 1; 4-22 2; 9-30 2
          2000: 2-24 1; 4-20 1, 5; 8-31 6; 9-7 1, 8; 9-14 4; 9-21 1; 9-28 6; 10-5 1; 10-12 7; 10-26 1;
                  11-2 1; 11-9 6; 11-16 1; 11-30 1; 12-7 1; 12-11 1
-, Nancy 77: 10-6 6; 10-20 4 (P)
-, Robert 90: 7-19 8
Flemmer, Brenda 82: 4-22 5 (P)
Flemming, Danny (see also Fleming)
          88: 2-4 11, 12
          90: 2-15 9
          91: 2-14 8; 4-18 7
-, Kerry (see also Fleming)
          97: 3-6 4
          2000: 12-11 3
Flesch, Mike
          75: 1-23 5; 4-4 6; 9-5 10
          76: 1-15 6; 1-22 4; 2-12 9; 3-4 6; 3-18 6
          77: 1-13 1; 2-10 11; 2-17 6; 2-24 9; 4-14 1; 5-5 3; 12-1 10; 12-8 12
          78: 1-26 7 (P); 2-9 3, 8; 2-23 9; 3-8 10
-, Russell 82: 9-2 9; 10-14 10; 11-11 11; 12-9 11
-, Virginia 79: 11-8 3
Flesher, Diane 84: 5-3 1
Fleshman, Derek
          2000: 11-16 3 (LTE)
          2001: 1-18 3; 1-25 3; 2-1 3; 2-8 3; 2-15 3; 2-22 3; 3-1 3; 3-8 3; 3-29 3; 4-5 3; 4-12 3; 4-19
                  3; 4-26 3, 8
          2002: 1-31 5; 2-28 6; 4-4 5; 4-18 6; 4-25 6; 5-2 8, 13
-, Mike 90: 6-21 4
Fleshner, Tim 74: 3-21 8
Flesner, Harry 81: 2-12 3
Flessner, John H 93: 2-18 3 LTE; 3-11 3 LTE; 4-22 3 LTE
-, Kim 96: 2-2 1; 8-29 2 (P)
Fletcher, Dess 74: 9-26 5
-, Erwin R 93: 4-1 12
-, Harry 72: 3-2 1
-, John 74: 1-17 4; 2-7 2; 2-14 1
-, Kyle 2002: 10-31 5
-, Marjorie (Marg)
           71: 9-23 4; 10-7 4
           73: 5-3 5 (P)
-, Mike 80: 3-13 8; 5-1 11
-, Richard 92: 9-3 1
-, Scott 79: 3-1 11
Fleury, Sam
           97: 9-4 7; 9-11 5; 9-18 7; 10-2 5; 10-9 5; 10-16 5; 10-23 7; 10-30 7; 11-6 5; 11-13 5; 11-
                   20 4; 12-4 5; 12-11 11 (P), 12
           98: 1-22 5; 1-29 5; 2-5 5; 2-12 7, 8; 2-19 7; 2-26 5, 8; 3-5 1, 6, 7; 3-12 3 (P), 5; 3-19 5 (P);
                   4-2 4; 4-9 5 (P); 4-16 5; 4-23 5 (P); 4-30 10 (P)
           99: 9-9 5; 9-16 1 (P)
           2000: 1-20 1; 3-9 4
„Flibbertygibbet‟ (play) 77: 11-3 1
Flickema, Thomas O (Tom) (see also Flickima)
           79: 5-3 1; 9-6 5; 9-20 1; 12-13 4, 5
           80: 5-1 4; 7-24 1; 10-16 4; 12-4 6; 12-11 4
           82: 4-29 8; 7-15 1; 7-29 1; 11-24 1; 12-9 1
           83: 1-20 1; 3-24 5; 6-23 6 (P); 10-13 7
Flicker, Anne 80: 6-26 4
Flickima, Tom (see also Flickema) 83: 6-30 7
Flieg-Palmer, Michelle (see also Fleig-Palmer) 2001: 3-29 1, 7
Fliehmann, Melissa 91: 12-5 2 (P)
Flight Instructor of the Year 97: 4-17 14
flight simulation programs 84: 11-8 9
Flint, Jo 88: 3-17 5 (P)
-, Shad 91: 1-17 1
Flipside (band) 98: 12-10 8
Flirtin‟ (band) 81: 3-5 1
Flood, Byron 97: 5-1 18
-, Logan 97: 9-4 12
-, Michael S (Mike)
           91: 8-29 2 (P)
           92: 4-30 3 LTE
„Floor Wars‟ (promotional contest) 97: 10-9 4
Flora, Mary 97: 9-25 9; 10-2 9
-, Wayne 97: 9-25 9; 10-2 9
Florance, Amanda 2002: 11-21 4
Florang, Carol 95: 11-2 4
Florea, LeeAnn 80: 12-11 7 (P)
-, Ted 74: 11-21 5
Florell, Jeff 96: 9-12 13; 9-19 11
Flores, Chad
           98: 12-3 5
           99: 1-21 6; 2-25 7; 3-4 6; 3-25 6; 4-1 8; 12-9 9
           2000: 1-20 5; 2-3 5 (P); 2-10 5; 2-24 5; 3-2 5; 3-23 5; 11-9 7 (P); 11-16 4; 12-7 6
           2001: 1-18 5; 1-25 6; 2-1 5; 2-8 6; 2-15 5; 2-22 6; 3-1 5; 12-6 5
           2002: 1-31 6; 2-7 6; 2-14 5; 2-21 5; 2-28 6; 3-7 6; 3-14 5, 6
Florescu, Radu 72: 11-9 3; 11-16 5
Florez, Sammantha 95: 8-24 12
Florian, Nancy 92: 9-17 1
Floro, Bret 85: 9-26 10; 10-10 8; 10-23 8; 11-7 8; 11-14 7
Floth, Kevin
           94: 3-10 2 (P)
           97: 9-4 12 (P); 12-4 7
Flott, Jaymie 93: 9-2 12
-, Jennifer 93: 2-11 12
Flower, Peggy 74: 4-1 2
flower beds 98: 4-30 4
Flower Shack (business) 90: 2-8 5
Flowers, Karen 92: 4-23 6
-, Michelle 78: 10-26 11; 11-16 11; 11-30 10
„Flowers From Oscar‟ (play) 2002: 9-26 6
Floyd, Crystal 2002: 9-26 2
flu
          75: 2-6 3
          86: 9-25 6
          87: 2-12 10
          90: 2-22 11
          92: 11-5 11
          94: 1-27 9
          96: 11-14 4
          99: 2-11 1, 4
          2001: 2-15 7
-, peak month for 75: 2-20 3
flu shots
          77: 1-20 6
          94: 12-1 4
          2002: 10-31 1, 2, 8; 11-7 2
flu vaccine
          96: 10-3 9; 10-10 11; 10-17 9; 10-24 11; 10-31 9
          97: 11-6 2
          98: 1-22 1
Fluke, Gary 90: 1-25 4 (P)
fluoridation of drinking water 74: 11-6 4; 11-14 1
„Fly Fishing‟ (minicourse) 75: 2-27 5; 3-6 5; 3-13 4; 3-20 3; 4-4 3; 4-10 6; 9-11 4; 9-18 4
„Fly Me‟ (film) 73: 6-21 2
Flying Burrito Brothers (group) 79: 4-12 1; 4-26 1, 3 (P); 5-3 1, 4
Flying Club
          71: 9-3 7
          72: 1-20 4; 9-28 7
          73: 4-26 1; 6-21 4; 9-20 3; 10-11 1, 3; 11-1 4; 11-15 4
          74: 1-31 4; 2-14 8; 2-28 3; 3-28 6; 4-11 3; 5-2 7
          75: 8-29 10
„Flying Ground School‟ (minicourse) 75: 1-23 4; 1-30 4; 2-6 4; 2-13 5; 2-27 5
flying lessons 79: 11-8 8
Flynn, Florence Madsen (Flo)
          83: 12-2 9 (P)
          85: 6-25 4
          87: 10-29 1
-, Joy 82: 6-24 8; 9-23 7
-, Kaitlin 98: 4-23 10
-, Kyle 2001: 11-29 9
-, Mike 98: 4-23 10
-, Pat 76: 4-1 3
-, Rachel 97: 10-30 8
-, Sean
          87: 4-30 1
          90: 10-11 10 (P)
Flynt, Larry 99: 1-28 3
Foam Party 2002; 9-19 4
Fobie, Paul
          91: 9-26 10
          92: 9-24 8
Focke, Traci 94: 3-17 7; 4-28 7
Focken, Joyce 78: 7-13 7
-, Rosalie 84: 4-5 3; 9-20 5
Focus, Out O 93: 4-1 11
Foehlinger, Christina 2001: 2-15 1 (P)
Foerster, Justin A 93: 1-28 14
Foged, Dustin 2002: 10-31 8
Fogland, Chad 96: 3-14 9
Fogle, Larry 80: 4-17 4 (P)
Foglesong, Sam
          86: 2-6 4, 7; 2-13 9; 2-27 9
          88: 12-1 5
          90: 6-14 6; 6-21 8; 6-28 6; 7-12 6; 7-26 8; 11-1 6; 11-15 4, 6 (P)
          91: 1-31 8 (P)
Fojas, Lisa 2000: 10-12 3 (LTE)
Foland, Joleen 80: 12-4 8
-, Lisa
          81: 11-12 1; 12-3 1
          84: 9-13 13
Folbrecht, Jo 72: 4-13 6
Folger Theatre 77: 12-1 1; 12-8 3
Folger Theatre Group 78: 1-12 1; 1-19 3; 3-30 1
Folk, Larry 71: 1-7 5; 5-13 4; 5-20 5; 7-29 2 LTE
Folk Rock Celebration 73: 1-18 8
Folk Worship (group) 79: 4-26 1
Folkerts, Sharon 80: 4-24 3; 9-11 7 (P); 9-18 5
Follet College Stores 80: 10-9 3
Follett College Stores 85: 3-28 1; 5-2 7
Follett‟s Campus Bookstore
          91: 4-11 11; 4-18 1; 7-3 16; 8-29 6
          92: 1-23 2; 9-3 1; 10-29 1
          93: 11-4 1; 11-11 1
          95: 2-2 4; 11-30 3
          96: 3-7 6
          97: 2-6 1
          98: 4-30 1
          99: 9-2 10
          2000: 1-20 9; 1-27 8
Follmer, Brad 98: 3-5 5
-, April
          99: 9-23 7
          2000: 1-27 1 (P)
„Follow the Leader‟ 99: 1-289 4
Folsom, John 81: 2-12 9
-, Martha 81: 2-26 1; 4-23 1
Foltz, Curt 91: 8-29 1
-, Roger 92: 2-6 12
Fonbuena, Charles 97: 10-16 1
Fonfara, Chad 95: 10-26 9 (P)
Fong, Dan
          85: 6-18 5; 6-25 5; 7-9 8; 9-19 2
          86: 4-24 2; 5-1 2, 5; 11-20 4
-, Jeff
          81: 11-12 1; 12-3 1
          86: 7-24 4
         87: 2-5 6
-, Nelson 83: 7-28 684: 3-29 1; 10-20 1
Fonner Park
         74: 5-9 3
         92: 2-13 9
Fonseca, Chris „Crazy Legs‟ 95: 9-21 2; 9-28 2; 10-5 6
Fontaine, Danielle (Dani)
         2000: 11-9 4
         2001: 1-25 6; 2-8 6; 2-22 6
Fontenelle String Quartet 85: 11-21 1
Fontenot, Michael 2000: 1-27 10; 3-9 8
Fonyonga, Mike 93: 11-18 10; 12-9 6 (P)
food 94: 10-20 1, 4
-, survey on PFM 88: 1-28 10
„Food and Culture‟ (course‟ 78: 11-16 7
Food Committee 71: 1-7 3
food fights 96: 12-5 6
Food Pantry 89: 11-9 5
Food Preference Survey 78: 4-6 5
food preparation in dorm rooms, regulations regarding 90: 9-20 12
food prices 75: 10-17 4
food service
         78: 9-14 3
         82: 9-23 8
         84: 3-29 1; 11-29 2
-, changes in
         77: 4-21 7
         79: 8-30 1; 10-11 5
         80: 11-20 7
food service, increase in cost of 75: 9-18 10
food service contract 95: 3-9 1
Food Service Survey 2001: 9-13 2; 11-15 2
Food Services see ARA Food Services (business)
food shopping 78: 12-14 7
Food Stamp Program 75: 4-17 8
food stamps
         77: 1-27 6
         78: 12-7 9
food supplements 93: 2-18 10
„Fools by Three‟ 2000: 4-27 8
Fools Open Chess Tournament 73: 3-29 10; 4-12 10
Foos, Brenda 94: 2-17 3 LTE
-, Larry 80: 2-28 Encounter 2 (P)
-, Riki 96: 8-29 10; 9-19 9; 10-24 7
foosball
         75: 10-30 1
         76: 11-4 9
foosball tournament
         75: 10-30 1; 11-6 4
         77: 1-13 4; 1-20 6; 1-27 5; 2-3 1, 3
         78: 1-19 1; 1-26 1
         79: 1-11 1; 1-18 3; 1-26 3; 2-2 1; 3-16 3
FoosBowl Tournament 77: 4-14 5; 4-28 6; 5-5 1
foot patrol 98: 9-24 5
football
71: 1-7 1, 2, 7; 2-11 6; 4-1 6; 4-22 6; 9-9 6; 9-16 8; 9-23 6; 9-30 6; 10-7 6; 10-14 6; 10-21
        6; 10-28 8; 11-4 6; 11-11 6; 11-18 6; 12-2 6
72: 1-20 1; 1-27 6; 4-13 6; 8-31 8; 9-7 4, 5; 9-14 6; 9-21 8; 9-28 5, 8, 9; 10-12 8, 9; 10-19
        10, 11; 10-26 6, 7; 11-2 8, 9; 11-16 6, 7
73: 1-18 5; 3-29 8, 9; 5-3 10; 6-28 4; 8-30 9; 9-6 6; 9-13 6, 7; 9-20 6, 7; 9-27 10; 10-4 5,
        6, 7; 10-11 6; 10-18 6; 10-25 5; 11-1 8, 9; 11-7 6, 7; 11-15 5; 11-29 6; 12-20 5
74: 3-28 7; 4-18 7; 4-25 7; 8-29 7; 9-5 7; 9-12 6; 9-19 7, 10; 9-26 8, 9; 10-3 6, 7; 10-10 6,
        7; 10-17 10, 11; 10-24 6; 11-6 6, 7, 8; 11-14 6, 8; 11-21 7
75: 4-10 4; 4-17 6, 7; 5-8 7, 8; 7-24 5; 8-29 12, 13; 9-5 11; 9-11 6, 7; 9-25 10; 10-2 8, 9;
        10-9 8, 9; 10-17 7; 10-23 6, 7; 10-30 8, 9; 11-6 8, 9; 11-13 8; 11-20 4, 7; 12-4 8;
        12-18 6
76: 1-29 5; 4-1 8; 4-8 6; 4-23 7; 9-2 15; 9-9 10, 11, 12; 9-16 8; 9-23 6, 7; 9-29 10, 11; 10-
        7 3, 9; 10-14 9; 10-21 6, 7; 11-4 10, 11; 11-11 6; 11-18 6, 7; 12-2 7; 12-9 9
77: 1-20 9; 2-10 10; 4-7 6; 4-14 6; 4-21 9; 4-28 8; 9-1 9, 10; 9-8 10, 13; 9-15 9; 9-22 10,
        11; 9-29 6; 10-6 11, 12, 13; 10-20 10, 11; 10-27 9, 10, 11; 11-3 8, 9; 11-10 10,
        11; 11-17 1, 6; 12-1 10, 11; 12-8 12, 13, 17
78: 1-12 11; 4-6 9; 4-13 6, 7; 4-27 9; 5-4 11, 12, 13; 7-27 5; 8-31 15; 9-7 10, 11; 9-14 10;
        9-21 8, 10; 9-28 9, 11; 10-5 14, 15; 10-12 13, 15; 10-26 9, 10, 12; 11-2 11, 12;
        11-9 5, 10, 12; 11-16 9, 11; 11-30 10; 12-14 11
79: 1-11 9; 2-8 10, 11; 3-29 13; 4-5 13; 4-12 9; 7-19 7; 8-30 14, 15; 9-6 10, 12; 9-13 123,
        14, 15; 9-20 9, 10; 9-20 Encounter 8; 9-27 12; 10-4 8; 10-11 8; 10-28 7; 11-1 10;
        11-8 12; 11-15 9; 11-29 7; 12-6 1, 11; 12-13 9
80: 2-28 11; 4-17 9; 6-19 9; 7-3 7; 7-17 8; 7-24 7, 8; 8-28 10; 9-4 8; 9-11 8, 10, 11; 9-18
        12; 9-25 10, 11; 10-2 10, 11; 10-9 9, 10; 10-16 8, 9; 10-23 7; 11-6 8, 9; 11-13 8;
        12-4 10; 12-11 10
81: 1-15 8; 7-30 8; 9-3 9, 11; 9-10 10; 9-17 8, 9; 9-24 8, 10; 10-8 10, 13; 10-22 8; 10-29
        10, 11; 11-5 7, 8; 11-12 10; 11-19 9; 12-10 9
82: 4-29 10; 9-2 8; 9-9 8, 9; 9-16 8; 9-23 9, 11; 9-30 10, 12; 10-7 8, 10; 10-14 9, 10; 10-
        28 8, 10; 11-11 9, 12; 11-18 6; 12-2 4
83: 4-21 7; 6-30 8; 7-21 8; 9-1 13, 15; 9-8 11, 13; 9-15 10; 9-22 15, 16; 9-29 10; 10-6 10,
        12; 10-13 12; 11-10 8; 11-17 10
84: 3-1 9; 4-12 11; 8-30 19, 20; 9-6 19, 22; 9-13 17; 9-18 5; 9-20 16; 9-25 11; 9-27 15;
        10-2 5, 6, 7; 10-4 13; 10-9 5, 6, 7; 10-11 13; 10-16 7; 10-18 17; 10-23 9, 11, 12;
        11-1 19, 20; 11-6 9; 11-8 19, 22; 11-13 9, 10, 11; 11-15 22; 12-6 26
85: 2-26 5; 3-26 5; 4-16 6; 4-18 11; 4-23 6, 7; 8-29 11, 13; 9-5 7; 9-12 8, 9; 9-19 7, 8, 9;
        9-26 9; 10-3 7, 8, 9; 10-10 7; 10-17 7, 9; 11-7 7, 9; 11-14 8
86: 4-24 8; 7-24 6; 8-28 7; 9-5 7; 9-11 7, 8; 9-18 8; 9-25 8; 10-2 7; 10-9 7, 8; 10-30 8; 11-
        6 7, 8
87: 4-9 7; 8-27 8; 9-3 6, 7, 8; 9-10 7, 8, 9; 9-17 7, 8; 9-24 7, 8, 9; 10-1 7, 8; 10-8 7, 8; 10-
        22 7, 8, 9; 10-29 7, 8; 11-5 7; 11-12 7; 11-19 8; 12-3 8
88: 1-21 8; 2-18 8; 2-25 8; 3-17 8; 3-24 10; 4-7 7; 5-5 11; 8-25 7; 9-1 7, 8; 9-8 7, 8; 9-15
        9; 9-22 7; 9-29 7; 10-6 7; 10-12 7; 10-27 9; 11-3 7; 11-10 7; 11-17 8
89: 2-9 7; 2-16 7; 3-30 7; 4-20 8; 4-27 7; 9-7 7; 9-14 7, 11; 9-21 7; 9-28 9; 10-5 8; 10-12
        7, 9; 10-19 7, 9; 11-2 8; 11-9 8; 11-16 7; 11-30 7
90: 1-25 7; 2-22 7; 4-12 8; 8-30 7; 9-6 7; 9-13 7, 8, 9; 9-20 7; 9-27 7, 9; 10-4 7; 10-11 7;
        10-25 7, 10; 11-1 7; 11-8 8; 11-15 7, 14; 11-20 14
91: 1-24 7; 2-14 9; 4-25 9; 5-2 9; 8-29 7, 9; 9-12 7, 14; 9-19 5, 7, 8; 9-26 7; 10-3 7; 10-10
        7, 10; 10-17 7; 10-24 7; 10-31 7, 9; 11-7 7, 8; 11-14 7
92: 4-2 7; 4-23 7; 8-27 7, 8; 9-3 7, 8; 9-17 7; 9-24 7; 10-1 7, 8; 10-8 7, 9; 10-15 7, 10; 10-
        22 7, 10; 10-29 7; 11-5 7; 11-12 8; 11-18 7, 8
93: 4-8 7, 8; 8-26 7; 9-2 7; 9-16 7; 9-23 7; 9-30 7, 9; 10-7 7, 8; 10-14 7, 8, 9; 10-21 7, 8;
        10-28 7, 9; 11-4 7, 8; 11-11 7, 8; 11-18 7, 8; 12-9 7
94: 3-17 7; 8-25 7, 8; 9-1 7; 9-15 7; 9-22 7, 8; 9-29 7; 10-6 7, 8; 10-14 7, 8; 10-20 7, 8;
        10-27 7; 11-3 7, 9; 11-10 7, 8; 11-17 7
95: 2-9 9; 4-6 7; 4-27 8; 8-24 7; 8-31 7, 8; 9-14 7, 8; 9-21 7, 8, 10; 9-28 7, 8, 9; 10-5 11,
        12, 13; 10-12 7, 9; 10-19 7, 8; 10-26 8; 11-11 7, 8; 11-16 7; 11-30 7
           96: 3-28 5; 4-11 7, 8; 8-29 9, 10; 9-12 8, 9; 9-19 8; 9-26 7; 10-3 6; 10-10 6; 10-17 5; 10-
                   24 7; 10-31 4; 11-7 7; 11-14 7; 11-21-96 8; 12-12 6
           97: 2-6 6; 2-13 6, 7; 9-4 7; 9-11 5, 6; 9-18 7; 9-25 5, 6; 10-2 5; 10-9 5; 10-16 5; 10-23 7,
                   8; 10-30 7; 11-6 5; 11-13 5; 11-20 4
           98: 1-22 5; 9-3 7, 8; 9-10 7, 8; 9-17 7, 8; 9-24 7; 10-1 7, 8; 10-8 7, 8; 10-15 7; 10-29 7,
                   8; 11-12 7, 8; 11-19 7; 12-3 5
           99: 3-4 5; 9-2 5; 9-9 5; 9-16 5; 9-23 5; 9-30 5; 10-7 5; 10-14 5, 6; 10-28 5; 11-11 5; 11-18
                   5; 12-9 10
           2000: 4-6 7; 8-31 5; 9-7 4, 5; 9-14 5; 9-21 5; 9-28 5; 10-5 4; 10-12 5; 10-26 4; 11-2 5; 12-
                   78
           2001: 3-29 4; 9-13 5; 9-20 5; 9-27 5; 10-4 5; 10-11 5; 10-18 5; 11-1 4; 11-15 5
           2002: 9-5 5, 6; 9-12 4, 5; 9-26 4, 5; 10-3 5, 6; 10-10 5; 10-17 5, 6; 10-31 5; 11-7 5, 6; 11-
                   14 5; 11-21 2, 5; 12-5 1, 5
-, changes in organization of 86: 7-17 8
-, costs of operating a college program in 71: 11-4 3
-, effect of budget cuts on 85: 8-29 12; 10-23 7
-, eight-man 2002: 2-7 5
-, fantasy see fantasy football
-, flag, intramural
           76: 9-16 9; 9-29 10; 11-4 10; 11-11 6
           77: 10-27 11; 11-3 7
           78: 10-5 15
           79: 10-4 4
           80: 11-13 10
           81: 9-24 10; 10-22 8; 10-29 13
           82: 9-23 10; 11-11 11
           84: 9-20 13; 10-16 10; 10-23 27
           85: 9-26 10; 10-3 8
           86: 10-2 7
           87: 9-24 8, 9; 10-1 8; 10-8 9
           88: 9-22 8; 9-29 8; 10-6 9
           89: 10-5 9; 10-12 8
           90: 10-11 7, 10
-, freshman
           71: 11-4 6
           72: 9-7 4; 9-28 9; 10-19 10; 11-2 9
           73: 10-11 7
           74: 9-19 11; 10-3 7; 10-10 7; 10-17 10; 10-24 7; 11-14 7
           75: 9-11 6; 9-18 8; 9-25 11; 10-17 8; 10-30 9
           76: 9-23 6, 7; 9-29 12; 10-7 8; 11-4 11
           77: 9-8 1, 12, 13; 9-29 6; 10-6 11; 11-10 9
           78: 9-28 10; 10-12 15
           79: 9-27 12
           80: 10-23 7
-, high school
           92: 11-5 7, 9
           93: 11-4 8
-, intramural, men‟s
           71: 9-16 8; 10-14 6
           72: 9-14 6; 9-21 9; 9-28 9; 10-19 11
           73: 9-6 6; 9-20 7; 9-27 10, 11; 10-4 7; 10-11 7
           74: 10-3 6; 10-24 7; 11-6 8
           75: 9-5 11; 9-18 8; 9-25 10; 10-9 8
-, intramural, women‟s
           71: 9-23 6; 9-30 6; 10-7 3
           72: 9-21 9; 10-12 8
          73: 9-13 7; 10-4 7; 10-11 7
-, junior varsity
          73: 9-20 6
          77: 9-22 11
          81: 10-8 13
          82: 9-30 13
          84: 9-20 13, 15; 11-6 8, 9
          87: 9-24 8
- -, elimination of 88: 9-15 9
-, NCAA
          71: 11-4 6; 12-16 4
          73: 9-6 6; 9-13 6; 9-20 6; 9-27 10; 10-4 6; 10-11 7; 10-18 7; 10-25 5; 11-1 8; 11-7 6
          74: 9-19 11; 9-26 9; 10-3 7; 10-10 7; 10-17 11; 10-24 7; 11-6 6; 11-14 7; 11-21 8; 12-12
                  6; 12-19 4
          75: 12-11 9
          76: 1-15 6
          81: 9-24 8
          84: 9-27 19; 12-6 27
          85: 9-5 9; 12-12 8
          86: 8-28 8; 9-5 8; 11-20 8; 12-11 8
          87: 10-22 8
          88: 9-1 7; 10-6 9; 10-12 10; 11-10 7; 11-17 7; 12-8 8
          89: 9-21 8; 9-28 8; 10-5 8; 10-12 9; 10-19 7; 11-2 8; 11-9 9; 11-16 7
          90: 9-6 8
          91: 9-26 8; 10-3 9; 10-10 9; 10-17 9; 10-24 9; 10-31 9; 11-7 9; 11-14 9; 11-21 8; 12-5 10;
                  12-13 9
          92: 9-24 9; 10-8 9; 10-15 7; 10-22 10; 11-5 9; 12-10 11, 14
          93: 8-26 8; 12-9 8
-, Nebraska College Conference team 72: 2-3 6
-, professional
          71: 1-14 4
          72: 1-13 4
          74: 2-14 6
          75: 11-20 4
          80: 1-17 4
          81: 1-15 9; 9-10 11
          82: 10-14 11
          83: 9-1 13; 9-22 15; 10-6 10
          84: 3-29 9
          86: 12-4 8
          87: 10-8 9
          88: 1-14 9; 4-28 11; 10-6 8
          89: 4-27 8; 9-7 8
          91: 1-17 9; 8-29 8; 9-12 9; 10-24 8
          92: 1-23 8; 8-27 8; 11-18 9
          93: 9-2 8
          94: 9-1 7, 8
          95: 8-31 9
          98: 1-22 5; 9-17 8; 9-24 8; 10-29 7; 12-10 9
          2000: 2-10 6; 9-7 7; 10-5 6
          2001: 2-8 5; 3-29 6
-, student managers for 73: 10-18 7
-, UNL
          72: 9-14 6
          73: 9-13 6; 10-4 6; 10-18 6
          81: 9-3 9
          83: 12-2 12
          84: 4-26 10; 9-27 18
          87: 11-12 9; 11-19 9
          89: 9-7 8; 10-5 7; 11-2 7
          90: 11-1 8
          99: 10-28 5; 11-18 6
          2000: 10-26 4
          2002: 4-25 5; 9-19 5, 6
-, wheelchair, intramural 88: 10-12 10
-, women‟s intramural flag 82: 10-7 8
„Football Appreciation‟ (minicourse) 75: 10-17 6
football camp 95: 4-6 8
football coaches clinic 81: 7-9 8
football game crowd violence 2001: 9-7 1, 2, 3
football games, attendance at
          74: 11-21 6
          76: 10-7 8
-, drinking at 76: 11-18 4
-, start of admission charges to 74: 9-5 6
football players, pay for 81: 1-22 10
football terminology, girls‟ knowledge of 73: 11-7 7
Foote, Al
          72: 9-7 1
          73: 9-13 1
-, C M
          72: 1-27 4; 3-10 2
          73: 4-3 2
-, Cindy Hauver
          73: 10-4 7; 12-20 5
          74: 1-31 6; 2-7 8
          78: 1-19 7
-, Garett 99: 9-9 6
Footloose (band)
          79: 3-1 7
          81: 3-5 1
„Footprints in Blood‟ (film) 79: 8-30 10
footwear, fashions in 85: 10-23 4
„For Fit of Function‟ (art) 97: 3-6 10 (P)
Foradori, Anne
          95: 3-16 10; 11-2 1
          96: 4-11 2, 9; 4-18 2, 6
          97: 4-10 8; 10-16 2
          98: 1-22 8
          99: 11-18 9
          2001: 11-8 2; 11-15 2
          2002: 4-25 1; 9-19 1; 10-31 2; 11-7 2, 4; 11-21 9
Forauley, Terry 82: 3-18 1
Forbes, Christopher (Chris)
          83: 9-15 7
          84: 4-26 3 LTE
„Forbidden Planet‟ (film) 79: 1-11 1
Forbie, Paul 91: 9-26 10
Forbis, Pat 78: 8-31 14
Forch, Paul 71: 11-18 6; 12-2 6
Ford, Chad 96: 3-7 5 (P)
-, Clinita 96: 3-28 2
-, Corky (Corkey)
         77: 11-17 1; 12-8 3
         78: 3-16 3; 4-13 4
-, David (Dave)
         73: 9-20 4
         76: 2-12 5
-, Elaine (Elain)
         89: 10-19 6; 11-2 4 (P); 11-16 6; 11-30 6; 12-7 6; 12-14 6
         90: 1-18 6; 2-1 6; 2-22 6; 3-1 6; 3-8 6; 3-29 6; 4-5 6; 4-12 6; 4-26 6; 9-20 4; 10-4 12; 11-
                  15 14
         91: 1-24 10; 2-7 14; 2-14 10; 2-21 5 (P), 12; 3-7 10; 3-14 10; 4-18 12; 9-19 11; 10-3 12;
                  10-17 10
         92: 11-12 4
-, Gerald W
         73: 10-18 1
         74: 11-21 1
         75: 4-17 1; 9-11 1; 9-18 3
         76: 2-5 1; 7-9 3 (P); 10-14 1; 11-4 1
         77: 2-10 6; 6-30 8
-, Harlen (Harlan)
         77: 9-8 13; 11-10 7; 12-8 8
         78: 1-19 7; 2-2 9; 2-23 8; 4-6 4; 5-4 1, 8 (P)
-, Jack 77: 6-30 8 (P); 7-28 3 (P)
-, Jane 74: 2-21 5
-, Jonathan 95: 10-19 9
-, Judi 71: 7-15 1
-, Mike
         2001: 2-1 6; 2-8 5; 2-15 5; 3-1 5; 4-5 5; 4-12 5; 4-19 5; 4-26 7
         2002: 1-31 5; 2-7 6; 2-14 6; 2-28 5; 4-4 6; 4-11 6; 4-18 6; 4-25 5
-, Luke 99: 10-7 2 (P)
-, Pari 99: 12-9 2
-, Scott
         87: 10-29 5; 12-10 1
         88: 11-3 7 (P)
         89: 4-6 1; 4-20 8; 9-14 7 (P); 10-19 7
         90: 8-30 7
         91: 1-24 7
-, Suzanne 92: 12-10 15
Ford Pinto, donatin to KSC of 71: 9-30 1
Fore, Kris 85: 2-7 6
-, Marilyn 71: 1-7 1; 2-18 1; 4-29 5; 5-6 1; 5-13 4; 10-7 1
foreign exchange program 73: 4-26 3
foreign exchange students, experiences of 79: 4-12 6
Foreign Film Series
         91: 10-17 1
         95: 9-21 12; 9-28 2, 11; 10-5 2, 7; 10-19 2; 10-26 2; 11-11 2; 11-16 2; 11-30 2
         96: 1-25 2; 2-2 2; 2-8 2; 2-15 2; 2-22 2; 3-7 2; 3-14 2; 3-28 2; 4-4 2; 4-18 2
Foreign Film/Food Festival 2001: 10-18 9
Foreign Films and Food Festival 2001: 10-11 2
Foreign Films Festival 2000: 10-26 2
Foreign Language Day
         75: 4-10 3; 4-17 3
         76: 4-1 7
         77: 3-31 7
         78: 4-13 1, 3
         79: 3-29 9
         80: 11-13 4
         81: 3-26 1
         83: 3-3 1; 3-17 6
         85: 4-2 1
         88: 4-7 5
Foreign Language Department Day 81: 3-26 1
Foreign Language Fair
         97: 4-10 4
         2002: 4-11 8
foreign language laboratory, disrepair of equipment in 83: 2-24 1
foreign language labs 97: 10-2 8
foreign language lounge 81; 6-25 3
Foreign Language Tables 98: 11-19 5
Foreign Language Translator‟s Course 73: 11-1 7; 11-29 4
Foreign Languages Honor Society 84: 11-15 2
Foreign Student Scholarship 72: 4-27 1
foreign students see international students
Foreign Studies Abroad Program 73: 12-6 1
foreign study
         71: 2-11 3
         72: 10-12 6
Forell, Josee (see also Forrell)
         86: 9-11 2; 11-6 9
         88: 9-8 13
         90: 9-6 1
         94: 3-31 2 (P)
Foreman, George
         73: 9-27 10
         91: 5-2 8
-, M C
         72: 11-2 2 LTE; 11-16 2 LTE
         74: 3-28 2 LTE
-, Mark 79: 9-27 9 (P)
-, Michael C
         72: 3-10 10
         73: 9-27 1
-, Tony (Anthony)
         93: 3-11 3 LTE; 4-22 1, 10
         94: 2-24 6; 10-13 1; 10-20 1, 4
         95: 2-2 1; 2-9 8; 2-16 2; 3-9 1; 3-16 10; 3-30 1, 2; 4-6 1; 4-13 2; 4-27 2 (P); 8-24 1 (P);
                 10-5 7; 11-11 4; 11-16 12
         96: 2-2 2 (P); 3-7 1; 3-14 1; 4-25 8
Forensic Festival 71: 5-13 3
Forensic Society 71: 10-14 3; 11-4 4
Forensic team 71: 11-4 3
forensics
         71: 4-29 2; 9-30 4
         72: 3-16 6; 4-20 4; 10-12 10; 11-30 4
         73: 9-27 6; 11-29 8
                 see also debate
Forensics Club
         72: 9-21 3
         74: 12-19 1
                 see also debate
Forensics Department see debate
Forensics Institute 77: 6-30 3
Forensics Society
          72: 8-31 7
          73: 8-30 8
          74: 8-29 5
          75: 8-29 10
forensics squad 71: 9-23 4
Forensics Team
          71: 12-9 7
          73: 10-4 1
                  see also debate
forensics tournament 71: 1-14 2
forensics workshops 89: 6-22 6
          see also debate
Forest, Bob 81: 2-12 1
Forester, Jeff
          87: 10-29 988: 5-5 10
„Forget Mozart‟ (film) 98: 3-12 2
forgiveness policy (grading) 86: 1-30 1; 4-24 4; 7-17 2, 3
Former Loper Day 90: 11-1 11
Forney, Bob 73: 4-19 7
-, Dan 89: 9-28 1 (P)
-, Jessie Oberle
          79: 9-6 6; 9-20 1, 2, 8; 9-20 Encounter 3; 9-27 2; 10-4 2; 10-11 2; 10-25 Encounter 2, 6;
                  10-28 2; 11-8 2, 8; 11-15 2; 11-29 2; 11-29 Encounter 5; 12-6 2; 12-13 2, 5, 8
          80: 1-10 2; 1-17 2; 1-24 2; 1-31 2; 1-31 Encounter 2, 5, 11; 2-7 2; 2-14 2; 2-21 2; 2-28 2;
                  2-28 Encounter 2; 3-6 2; 3-13 2; 3-27 2; 3-27 Encounter 2; 4-3 2; 4-17 2; 4-24 1,
                  2; 5-1 2; 5-1 Encounter 2, 4; 6-19 2; 6-26 2; 7-3 2; 7-10 2; 7-17 2; 7-24 2; 9-11 2;
                  9-18 2; 9-25 2; 9-25 Encounter 2; 10-9 2; 10-16 2; 10-23 2; 10-23 Encounter 2;
                  11-6 2; 11-20 2; 11-20 Encounter 1; 12-4 2; 12-11 2; 12-11 Encounter 2
          81: 1-15 2; 1-22 2; 1-29 2; 2-5 2; 2-12 2; 2-26 2; 3-5 2; 3-19 2; Spring 1981 Encounter 3;
                  4-2 2; 4-9 2; 4-23 2; 4-30 2; 5-7 2
-, John 76: 7-9 2
-, Sam 74: 2-14 5 (P)
-, Steve
          79: 10-25 Encounter 2
          80: 1-31 Encounter 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10; 2-21 6; 2-28 Encounter 6, 8; 3-6 7; 3-27
                  Encounter, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8; 4-3 1; 4-24 1; 5-1 Encounter 2, 4, 5; 6-19 2; 6-26 1
                  (P), 2, 5, 6; 7-3 1, 2, 5, 8; 7-10 2; 7-17 2, 5, 6; 7-24 1, 2, 4, 5
Fornoff, Chris
          73: 10-11 7
          74: 8-29 7; 11-21 4; 12-5 3
          75: 4-17 6; 5-8 7; 8-29 13; 11-13 8; 11-20 7; 12-4 8
          76: 1-15 6; 4-1 8; 4-23 7; 9-2 15; 9-9 12; 10-14 3
          77: 4-7 6
-, George 73: 6-28 4
Fornos, Werner 87: 4-9 2
Forrell, Josee (see also Forell) 88: 8-4 1
Forrest, Casey 97: 12-11 1 (P)
-, Gary
          76: 6-17 8 (P)
          80: 1-17 3
-, Krista
          97: 9-4 6
          98: 10-1 6
          2002: 4-25 8
Forsberg, Dick 89: 2-9 12
Forsch, Curtis
         80: 11-6 1
         81: 11-12 1
         83: 6-30 1; 9-8 6
Forscheiser, Jacob (Jake) (see also Froscheiser) 2001: 1-18 5; 2-15 5
Forst, Randy 80: 1-24 3
Forster, Mark
         78: 3-16 8; 4-6 9; 4-20 8; 4-27 8
         84: 12-11 9
         85: 1-31 16 (P); 2-21 11; 3-5 2; 4-18 11; 6-25 5
Forsythe, Lisa 86: 9-25 2
Fort, Charles
         97: 9-4 6; 10-2 10; 10-30 2
         98: 1-15 1; 1-22 2; 2-5 2; 9-10 2; 9-17 6; 10-8 6; 10-15 6; 10-29 9; 11-5 2; 11-12 2; 12-3 4
         99: 2-4 4 (P); 2-25 6; 3-11 1, 6; 3-25 4; 4-22 2, 4
         2000: 1-27 2; 2-10 4 (P); 3-2 4; 4-20 4; 9-14 7; 10-26 5; 12-7 7
         2001: 1-18 1, 8; 2-8 4; 4-19 9; 4-26 3; 10-4 2, 11; 11-1 4; 11-8 4; 12-6 4
         2002: 5-2 6, 14; 9-19 2; 10-17 2; 11-14 8
-, Wendy 2001: 1-18 8
Fort Carson, Colorado, trip to
         77: 2-17 4
         79: 2-15 1
Fort Hays State football team, mysterious illness striking 2002: 9-5 6
Fort Hays State University, fundraising run by Greeks to 81: 9-24 1
Fort Kearney Antique Auto Club 76: 10-7 4
Fort Kearney Genealogical Society 82: 10-14 5
Fort Kearney Historical Park 79: 10-4 10
Fort Kearny Re-Enactors Society 87: 10-29 1
Fort Kearny Stampede
         82: 7-1 1, 3
         83: 6-23 6; 6-30 4
         84: 6-28 7, 8
         90: 6-28 2
Fort Kearny State Park 73: 4-26 3
Fort Kearny Summer Writers‟ Conference 2002: 5-2 14
Fort Kearny Writers‟ Conference 90: 6-28 2; 7-12 6
Fort Kearny Writers‟ Workshop 94: 4-28 2
Fort Theater (business)
         78: 9-28 Encounter 1
         84: 2-2 6
         88: 10-12 16
         90: 9-20 13; 10-11 13
Fortune, Joan 81: Spring 1981 Encounter 16, 17
fortune telling 80: 10-23 Encounter 5
Fosbinder, Darin (Darrin) 88: 1-14 8; 2-4 11
Foseth, Elizabeth 85: 1-22 5 (P)
Fosket, Jim 99: 4-15 6
-, Pat
         87: 10-8 2; 10-29 1; 11-19 3 LTE
         88: 7-21 2; 7-28 2
Foss, Betty
         72: 5-4 3; 7-6 2; 7-27 1
         73: 9-20 4
-, John C
         87: 9-3 4 (P); 9-10 3 LTE; 9-17 8
         88: 1-28 10; 3-17 4; 4-21 5; 10-6 6
         89: 1-12 6; 12-14 6
         90: 1-25 4; 5-3 6; 7-19 2; 9-20 1
         91: 2-21 11; 4-18 1; 10-3 4
         92: 1-30 11, 13; 9-3 5; 9-17 15; 11-12 11
         94: 1-20 11; 2-24 4 (P); 3-17 6; 4-28 1; 9-1 1; 10-6 1 (P); 10-20 1, 4
         95: 1-26 12; 3-9 1 (P), 4; 8-24 4, 11; 11-30 11
         96: 8-29 14; 12-5 6
         97: 1-23 9; 3-20 5; 12-4 6
         99: 3-11 1
         2000: 9-7 8; 11-30 1
         2001: 2-1 1; 9-13 2, 6; 11-15 2
Foster, Angel 90: 4-19 4
-, Beverley 74: 8-29 3
-, Casey
         83: 2-10 4
         96: 3-14 12; 4-11 11; 11-7 9
         97: 3-6 2 (P); 4-3 8; 4-10 5; 9-18 6; 12-11 10
         98: 3-12 4; 12-10 1
-, Cathy
         91: 1-24 8; 2-7 1; 2-21 11; 3-14 4; 4-4 6; 4-11 10; 4-18 4; 5-2 1, 3; 8-29 3; 9-12 3; 9-19 3,
                  7; 9-26 3, 5, 9, 10; 10-3 3, 5; 10-10 3; 10-17 3, 4, 8; 10-24 3, 4, 10, 11; 10-31 3,
                  11; 11-7 3 (P), 5; 11-14 1, 3, 6, 8; 11-21 3, 7; 12-5 3, 5, 15; 12-13 1, 3, 9
         92: 1-23 1, 3, 4, 6; 1-30 1, 3; 2-6 3; 2-13 1, 3; 2-20 1, 3; 2-27 1, 3; 3-5 1, 3; 3-12 3; 3-19
                  3, 4; 4-2 1, 3; 4-9 1, 3, 6; 4-16 2, 3; 4-23 1, 3; 4-30 1, 3, 6
-, Charles Hayes (Charlie)
         71: 9-16 5
         72: 1-20 1; 5-4 1
         73: 2-15 9; 3-8 7; 3-22 7; 4-5 6, 7 (P); 5-10 7; 7-19 7; 8-30 3; 9-20 6; 11-7 7; 12-13 7
         74: 3-21 4; 4-4 7; 4-18 6; 4-25 6; 5-9 7; 9-19 1
         75: 2-27 9; 3-6 7; 4-4 6; 4-17 6; 5-1 7; 5-8 8; 9-18 9
         76: 3-18 7; 4-15 5; 4-23 6; 4-29 6; 5-6 6; 9-2 13, 15; 9-16 9; 10-7 9; 10-14 8
         77: 2-10 11 (P); 2-17 7; 3-17 9; 3-24 8; 3-31 9; 4-7 7 (P); 4-21 8; 4-28 1 (P), 9; 5-5 11; 9-1
                  9; 9-29 7; 10-6 11; 11-3 9; 11-10 8
         78: 1-26 9; 2-9 10; 2-16 7; 3-8 10; 3-16 9; 4-13 6; 4-20 7; 5-4 13; 6-15 8; 8-31 10; 9-7 11;
                  9-14 11; 9-21 9; 9-28 11; 10-5 14; 10-12 14; 10-26 7, 10; 11-2 12; 11-16 9
         79: 1-26 9; 2-15 11; 2-22 10; 3-1 10 (P); 3-29 12; 4-12 8; 4-26 8; 5-3 15; 8-30 13; 9-6 11;
                  9-13 13; 9-20 11; 9-27 13; 10-4 9; 10-11 9; 10-28 6; 11-8 1, 11; 11-15 10; 11-29
                  7
         80: 1-31 7; 2-21 8; 2-28 11; 3-6 8; 3-13 8; 3-27 1, 7; 4-17 10; 4-24 8; 5-1 9; 8-28 11; 9-4
                  10; 9-11 11; 9-25 11; 10-2 9
         81: 1-22 10 (P); 2-5 5; 7-9 7; 7-23 10
         82: 1-28 8
         83: 12-8 9
         84: 4-5 13; 6-21 4; 9-18 8; 11-6 10
         87: 10-22 10
         92: 4-30 6; 11-5 10
         98: 12-10 11
-, Charlie H 88: 2-4 7
-, Darin
         94: 10-27 3 LTE
         95: 11-16 13 (P)
-, Dave 87: 9-24 1
-, Dee Dee 83: 3-24 8
-, Debbie 72: 10-12 4
-, Earl 90: 9-6 11
-, Elizabeth 2000: 3-2 7
-, Frankie 94: 4-14 1
-, Gail 72: 3-16 7 (P); 4-13 1
-, Geof
         91: 11-14 2 (P)
         92: 1-30 12 (P)
-, Jane 82: 1-21 9; 2-4 9
-, Jayne
         81: 10-1 1
         82: 3-4 4; 3-25 6
-, Jennifer (Jenny) 86: 3-7 5; 5-1 9; 5-8 10
-, Justin A 93: 3-4 10
-, Kari L 94: 11-17 3 LTE
-, Katey (Katie)
         98: 10-8 1
         99: 2-11 1 (P), 4; 2-25 1; 3-4 1
         2001: 4-5 1; 4-26 9, 12
-, Kevin
         79: 9-6 10
         81: 9-3 11; 11-19 9
         82: 9-2 8; 9-23 9; 12-2 4
-, John 72: 9-28 7
-, John
         76: 4-1 5
         77: 3-31 3
         78: 4-13 3 (P)
-, John D 80: 10-2 2 LTE; 11-6 3 LTE
-, Pam
         72: 10-12 4
         73: 2-22 4; 3-8 3
-, Rhonda
         79: 11-8 3
         80: 11-6 1
         81: 10-1 4
-, Stephanie 88: 10-6 6 (P)
-, Susan 88: 8-25 1 (P)
-, Tom
         91: 1-31 2 (P)
         2002: 11-21 2 (P)
-, Tracy 90: 11-8 10
foster families 99: 4-29 3
Foster Grandparents 85: 4-16 1
Foster Field
         78: 7-27 8 (P)
         88: 2-4 7
         93: 4-15 10
         99: 4-1 4
-, broken window at press box at 93: 9-16 1
-, press box at 75: 9-5 11; 9-18 3
-, resurfacing of track at 79: 7-12 8; 9-6 10
foster homes 94: 3-31 6
foster parents
         72: 4-6 3
         92: 3-12
         94: 3-31 6
Foth, Barbara
         84: 9-13 13
          86: 12-11 1 (P)
-, Cynthia (Cindy)
          71: 7-29 3
          72: 10-19 5
          73: 10-11 3
          74: 4-25 4; 5-9 1; 6-27 3; 9-26 6; 10-10 1; 10-17 3, 7 (P)
          75: 7-17 7; 8-29 11
-, Jane 77: 3-24 7
-, Jean
          73: 5-3 1
          74: 9-26 4 (P); 10-10 5; 12-12 1
Fougeron, Iola 87: 1-29 6
-, Jeanette
          88: 1-21 8; 1-28 7; 2-11 10; 2-25 7 (P); 10-12 10
          89: 1-12 7; 1-26 8; 2-2 9 (P); 2-9 10; 2-23 8; 3-16 7; 11-2 9; 11-16 9; 11-30 8; 12-7 8
          90: 2-1 9; 2-22 8; 3-1 8 (P); 3-29 7 (P); 8-30 5; 11-8 9; 11-15 9; 12-6 7; 12-13 8
          91: 1-24 9; 1-31 9; 2-7 10; 3-7 8; 5-2 1; 10-3 11
-, Jim 91: 2-21 2 (P)
-, Katie 2000: 9-7 9
-, Myron G
          71: 4-29 3
          72: 3-2 1; 4-13 5
          73: 2-15 6
          74: 1-31 4
          76: 10-14 3
          77: 9-29 3; 10-6 10
          78: 11-9 3
          80: 9-18 5
          83: 11-17 Accent 3
          86: 12-11 1
          87: 1-29 6 (P)
Fougeron home, destruction by fire of 87: 1-29 6
Fought, Joel 89: 3-2 5 (P)
Foulk, Pat 88: 10-27 4
Foundation Alumni Association 75: 10-23 4; 11-20 3
Foundation for Educational Funding 2001: 1-18 1
Foundation of Interior Design and Research 95: 3-16 9, 13
Foundation Office 74: 12-5 3
Foundation Tennis Classic 75: 9-11 4
Founders Hall
          80: 2-7 1
          81: 1-15 1
-, abandonment of plans for third floor on 78: 9-28 1
-, acceptance of 76: 12-9 1
-, approval of design for 74: 6-27 1
-, art gallery in
          77: 1-13 1
          78: 5-4 1; 6-29 1; 9-7 1; 10-12 12
          79: 4-5 3
-, committee formed to find name for 76: 1-15 5
-, construction of
          75: 8-29 1
          76: 6-24 4
          80: 7-10 6
-, dedication of 78: 4-27 1, 3; 5-4 1
-, development of plans for
          73: 11-29 1
          74: 5-9 5; 8-29 1
-, energy efficiency of 80: 11-20 5
-, failure of air conditioning in 95: 8-24 4
-, lack of privacy in offices in 77: 1-20 1
-, modifications to 80: 1-24 1
-, naming of
          76: 3-4 8
          78: 3-8 1
-, opening of
          76: 4-23 3; 9-2 1
          77: 1-13 1
-, proposed third floor for
          84: 9-6 10
          88: 9-1 289: 3-2 1
-, renovation of
          79: 4-12 1
          80: 7-10 1; 12-4 6
-, trespassers in 84: 10-2 3
-, veto of funds for addition to 89: 6-22 1
Fountain, Toni
          91: 2-14 3 LTE
          92: 3-19 4; 11-5 3 LTE; 11-18 3 LTE
          93: 2-4 1
Fountain Square Fools 84: 2-23 7
four-day summer schedule 82: 6-17 3; 7-15 4; 7-29 7; 9-2 6; 11-18 1
Four Guys Standing Around (group) 88: 4-21 6 (P)
Four Guys Standing Around Singing (group) 90: 3-8 6
„Four Seasons‟ (film) 82: 1-21 5
Four-Skins (band) (see also The 4-Skins) 90: 2-15 4
Four Tenors 2000: 4-13 4
four years, graduation in 95: 10-12 6
Fourman, Garry (Gary)
          87: 9-3 4
          88: 1-21 5 (P); 3-17 2; 3-24 2; 4-7 5
Foursquare Church 71: 10-21 3
Fourth Annual Women‟s Symposium 89: 10-12 2
Fourth of July see Independence Day
Foutch, Scott
          81: 2-5 9; 3-5 9; 4-9 8
          82: 1-21 9; 2-4 10; 2-11 9; 4-15 6
          83: 1-27 6, 7; 2-3 9; 2-10 10; 2-17 8; 2-24 10; 3-3 8
Fouts, Dena 89: 11-30 1 (P)
-, Mary 96: 12-12 15
Fowlar, Carol 80: 1-17 1
Fowler, Cole 86: 2-27 4
-, Gretchen
          95: 11-30 6
          96: 12-12 4
          97: 1-23 1, 2, 10; 1-30 8; 2-6 1, 7, 8; 2-13 1; 2-20 1; 2-27 6, 10; 3-6 2; 3-20 1; 4-3 2, 10;
                    4-17 13; 5-1 15; 9-4 2; 9-11 1, 2, 10; 9-18 1, 6, 8; 9-25 2, 5; 10-2 1, 2, 5, 8; 10-9
                    2; 10-16 2, 5; 10-23 1, 2, 14; 10-30 1, 2, 7; 11-6 2, 5; 11-13 2; 11-20 2; 12-4 2;
                    12-11 1, 2, 6, 10
-, Jim
          74: 12-12 5
          75: 4-17 8
-, Joyce 78: 7-20 4
-, Marilyn 78: 10-5 5; 10-12 1; 10-26 Encounter 8
-, Matt
         2001: 10-11 2
         2002: 10-17 10; 11-21 10
-, Steve
         72: 10-26 2 LTE
         73: 4-12 1; 11-29 5
         74: 1-17 4; 2-7 1; 2-14 3; 10-17 5
         75: 10-23 1
         82: 2-11 1
Fowlkes, Dana 88: 2-4 1
Fox, Barry 95: 1-19 12
-, Courtney
         95: 10-5 1
         96: 3-14 9
         97: 3-20 9 (P)
-, Daniel (Dan)
         86: 8-28 12
         91: 10-17 7
         92: 8-27 7; 9-3 7; 10-8 9; 10-29 7
         93: 8-26 7; 9-30 7, 9 (P); 11-4 7
-, Dave 73: 5-10 7; 12-6 7
-, Donald E
         73: 4-19 1; 5-3 1 (P); 8-30 3
         74: 9-19 1
         81: 5-7 6; 9-24 1
-, Frank 84: 7-12 8 (P)
-, Jane
         84: 9-13 13
         85: 1-15 1 (P); 2-7 6; 2-12 6 (P), 7; 10-3 5
         86: 2-20 6 (P)
-, Janet
         73: 12-20 3
         2001: 11-29 7
-, Jason 96: 4-18 1
-, Javier 2000: 11-2 2
-, Jean
         72: 4-27 1 (P)
         73: 1-11 3
-, Jeanne 72: 3-10 8
-, Jeanne
         89: 7-13 7
         90: 1-25 9
-, Jerald L (Gerald, Jerry)
         72: 3-10 2
         73: 9-13 8
         74: 7-26 8; 10-3 6
         81: 2-12 5; 6-25 3; 7-16 1, 8; 11-12 6
         82: 7-29 3; 11-18 1; 11-24 1; 12-2 1
         83: 2-3 7; 2-17 1; 2-24 3; 3-31 1; 9-22 1; 9-29 1; 10-13 7, 9; 10-20 8; 11-10 6; 11-17
                 Accent 8
         84: 2-16 3; 4-26 3; 5-3 3; 10-4 2; 11-13 1; 12-4 1; 12-6 2, 8; 12-11 2; 12-13 7
         85: 2-12 13; 4-11 7 (P), 10; 10-3 5, 10
         86: 1-23 2; 1-30 2; 2-6 2; 2-13 2; 8-28 5; 11-13 2
         87: 3-5 6; 4-30 4; 5-7 10; 10-22 2; 10-29 2; 12-3 3 LTE
         88: 1-28 2; 2-11 1, 2; 2-25 1, 2; 3-17 1; 6-23 1; 9-22 2; 9-29 2; 11-10 10
         89: 9-21 12
         90: 9-27 1; 11-15 10; 11-20 14
         91: 2-14 3 LTE; 9-26 1; 10-24 12; 10-31 4, 12; 11-7 6; 11-14 10; 12-13 14
         92: 1-23 12; 2-6 11, 14; 4-9 4, 9
         93: 3-11 4; 10-7 16; 10-14 14; 10-21 12; 10-28 16; 11-4 12; 11-11 14; 11-18 14; 12-2 14
         94: 4-21 3 LTE, 6; 10-6 1 (P), 6; 11-10 12
         95: 9-28 2; 11-2 4
         96: 12-12 1
         97: 4-17 4; 9-25 8; 11-20 6
         98: 10-1 4; 10-15 5; 11-5 6
         99: 10-7 7
         2000: 3-2 4; 11-2 1, 6
         2001: 2-22 1; 3-29 1, 8; 4-5 8; 11-8 2
         2002: 10-31 10
-, Joni 85: 8-29 3
-, Lynn 73: 1-11 4
-, Nathan 90: 12-6 13
-, Paul 83: 4-21 7
-, Randy
         72: 2-24 4
         73: 3-1 4; 4-26 4
-, Richard F (Rich) (see also Phox)
         71: 1-14 1; 2-4 1, 4; 2-18 5; 2-25 1, 6; 3-11 6; 3-18 1; 3-25 6; 4-1 1, 3 (P); 4-15 1, 4; 5-6
                  6; 5-13 6; 5-20 1, 6; 6-24 1, 2, 3; 7-1 2, 4, 5; 7-8 2, 4; 7-15 1, 2, 4; 7-22 1, 2, 7; 7-
                  29 1, 2; 9-3 11; 9-9 2, 4, 5, 6; 9-16 2, 4; 9-23 1, 2, 4, 5; 9-30 2, 3; 10-7 1, 2, 3, 6;
                  10-14 2, 4, 5; 10-21 2, 5; 10-28 2, 3, 4; 11-4 1, 2; 11-11 2, 4; 11-18 2, 4, 6; 12-2
                  1, 2, 3; 12-9 2, 6; 12-16 2, 4
         72: 1-13 2, 3; 1-20 2, 3, 4, 6; 1-27 1, 2; 2-3 2; 2-10 2; 2-17 1, 2, 4; 2-24 2; 3-2 1, 2; 3-9 1,
                  2, 5; 3-16 2; 3-23 2, 3; 4-6 2, 3; 4-13 1, 2, 3; 4-20 2, 3, 4, 8; 4-27 2, 4; 5-4 2
-, Ruth 80: 2-7 3
-, Sharon 97: 12-11 1, 6
-, Steve 80: 1-24 1
-, Theodore 87: 5-7 11
-, Tom 86: 2-20 6
Fox, Cindy 78: 9-28 7
-, Doug 78: 3-16 8
-, Jerald (Jerry)
         77: 2-10 6; 9-29 3; 11-3 6; 12-8 7
         79: 1-18 1; 9-13 5; 12-13 5
         80: 10-16 4; 12-11 8
-, Robert 78: 11-9 3
-, Steve 78: 8-31 14
Fox Lecture Series 82: 9-16 4
Fox Symposium 81: 9-24 1
Fraass, Dominique 91: 11-14 2 (P)
-, Paula
         94: 4-7 10 (P)
         95: 3-2 4; 4-13 9
Frackelton, Robert 91: 10-3 1
Frahm, Anne 94: 2-24 7; 4-14 8; 4-21 7
-, Doug 88: 12-8 8
-, Craig 88: 1-14 7 (P)
Fraley, Lee
         88: 9-1 1 (P)
         90: 12-6 18
-, Theresa 93: 4-15 2
Frame, Barb 73: 4-3 5 (P)
Frame of Mind (band) 89: 3-2 5
Franca‟s Jewelry Manufacturing and Repair (business)
           92: 1-23 11
           93: 2-18 5
Franca‟s Pawn Shop (business) 92: 1-23 11
France, Darrel 88: 10-6 9
France 86: 9-18 5
-, Department of History tour of 88: 12-8 2
-, life in 74: 10-3 4
-, study seminar in 89: 2-9 2; 2-16 2
-, study trip to
           75: 3-20 3
           77: 1-20 3
           78: 1-12 4; 2-9 1; 5-4 9
           79: 1-18 1; 10-28 1; 11-1 1; 11-8 6
           81: 7-9 3
           82: 2-4 1; 10-14 1; 12-2 1
           83: 2-10 1
           84: 6-21 7
Frances, Dane 71: 9-30 5
-, Dave (see also Francis) 74: 12-12 8
-, Sheila 89: 12-14 2
Francis, Brad 95: 9-28 11
-, Dave (see also Frances) 73: 9-13 8; 12-6 3
-, Kelli Ann (Keli, Kelli, Kelli Anne, Kelly)
           83; 7-21 1
           84: 6-28 4
           87: 1-22 12; 9-17 8; 12-3 10
           90: 11-15 1
           91: 10-17 5 (P)
           92: 9-3 8; 10-8 8; 10-29 7
           93: 9-2 7; 9-16 7; 9-30 7; 10-7 8, 9; 10-21 7; 10-28 7; 11-11 9
           94: 9-1 7; 9-22 7; 9-29 7; 10-6 7; 10-20 8; 10-27 7; 11-10 8; 12-1 1
           95: 1-26 8; 3-2 7; 3-30 2
-, Lynn 84: 2-2 4
-, Susan 72: 11-2 6; 11-30 8
-, Tracy 81: 12-10 5
-, Vike 86: 7-31 4
-, Walter 79: 9-6 5
Franco, Terry John
           72: 8-31 1, 3
           73: 7-19 8; 8-30 5
           76: 2-12 5
Francois, Lindsay 2000: 11-16 2 (P)
-, Vicky 79: 8-30 13
Frandsen, Barry L
           80: 10-2 4
           83: 11-10 7
           84: 6-14 6
Frank, Amy 87: 10-22 6
-, Augustus 76: 6-24 6
-, Bob 80: 9-4 1; 11-20 6
-, Charlotte 72: 3-10 14
-, Don 84: 9-20 1; 10-23 3
-, G W
         73: 4-26 4
         75: 7-10 1
         77: 3-24 1; 12-8 8
         78: 6-22 1
         86: 12-4 5
-, George 80: 6-19 6
-, George Jr 76: 6-24 6
-, George W
         78: 6-29 8
         79: 9-13 11; 11-1 5
         83: 6-23 6
         84: 11-29 8
         85: 7-2 2; 12-5 10
         86: 12-4 5
         87: 12-3 1
-, George W Jr 84: 11-29 8
-, George Washington
         75: 2-27 7
         76: 6-24 6
         87: 7-16 5
         88: 12-1 6
         89: 6-22 5
-, George William 95: 2-23 6
-, Heather 93: 2-4 9
-, Lloyd 78: 11-1 5; 11-16 5
-, Mike 93: 4-15 5 (P)
-, Nina 78: 11-2 5; 11-16 5
-, Paul 94: 9-29 12
-, Pauline 79: 11-1 5
-, Robert W (Bob)
         81: 7-9 6
         82: 9-30 1
         83: 2-3 5
         87: 10-1 2
-, Sandra (Sandy)
         73: 3-8 3
         74: 5-9 1; 10-10 1
Frank House
         73: 6-28 1
         74: 1-31 3; 4-25 3; 9-19 1; 12-5 3
         75: 2-27 7; 7-10 1; 12-4 10; 12-11 3
         76: 6-24 6, 7
         77: 2-17 1; 12-8 8
         78: 4-27 1; 6-22 1; 10-5 10
         79: 9-13 11; 11-1 5
         80: 6-19 6; 7-10 1
         81: 1-29 1
         83: 6-23 6
         84: 6-21 6; 9-6 8, 9; 11-13 15; 11-29 8; 12-6 17
         85: 6-25 8; 7-2 2; 7-23 4
         86: 3-7 1; 12-4 5
         87: 7-16 5; 12-3 1
         88: 7-21 8; 12-1 6
         89: 2-2 4; 6-22 5
         91: 11-14 5 (P); 12-5 6 (P)
          93: 12-2 2
          94: 12-8 2
          95: 2-23 6; 12-7 2
          2000: 8-31 2; 11-2 6
          2001: 2-15 1
-, display of antiques at 84: 3-29 6
-, donation to 86: 7-24 5
-, endowment received by 87: 9-10 12
-, gazebo at 96: 1-25 2
-, inclusion in National Registry of Historical Sites of 73: 4-26 4
-, renovation of
          77: 3-24 1
          78: 5-4 1; 6-29 8; 9-14 1
Frank House Christmas Walk see Christmas Walk Through the Frank House
Frank Larrabee Group 74: 7-11 1; 7-26 3
Franke, Laurie
          80: 3-27 6
          81: 10-1 1
          82: 9-16 12; 9-23 4
          85: 4-2 7
Franken, Al 99: 2-25 6
„Frankenstein‟ (film) 82: 1-21 5
„Frankenstein‟ see „Unhallowed Art: The Birth of Frankenstein‟ (play)
Frankforter, Lisa 2000: 11-16 2
-, Lynelle (see also Frankfurter) 73: 6-21 6 (P)
Frankfurter, Lanelle (see also Frankforter) 73: 11-7 5
Franklin, Al 74: 11-21 3
-, Bernard 92: 3-3 6; 3-17 4
-, Emily 2002: 2-14 4; 3-14 4; 4-4 4; 4-18 11; 4-25 4; 5-2 13; 12-12 6, 7
-, Jeremy 2001: 11-8 2 (P)
-, Marvin 74: 9-19 10
Franklin and Davis (performers) 74: 11-21 3
Frankovski, Sergei 94: 3-3 6; 3-17 4
Franks, Orville 81: 3-19 7
Franscona, Joseph L 74: 2-28 1
Frantz, Mark (see also Franz)
          84: 3-23 1
          85: 2-14 4 LTE; 3-21 2; 4-18 7
          86: 4-10 1; 9-11 6
          87: 4-30 7 (P)
-, Mike 86: 5-8 1
Franz, Barry 84: 2-9 8
-, Mark (see also Frantz) 84: 4-5 1; 5-3 1
Franzago, Mike
          72: 9-21 1
          73: 1-25 7; 3-22 7; 3-29 5; 10-11 6; 12-6 7; 12-13 6
          74: 3-7 7; 3-21 4; 4-25 4; 9-12 5; 11-14 5; 12-5 1
          75: 2-13 5
          77: 4-28 3
Franzen, Barry 72: 10-19 5
-, Dean
          82: 4-1 10; 4-22 4; 9-2 8
          83: 9-1 13; 11-17 10 (P)
-, Larry
          72: 10-26 8; 11-16 8
          73: 3-29 5
-, Linda, fund raisers for 71: 11-11 3, 4
-, Scott
           91: 2-14 9
           93: 8-26 7; 9-30 7
           94: 8-25 8; 9-1 7; 9-22 7; 9-29 7
           95: 8-24 8; 9-14 8; 9-21 10; 11-11 7 (P); 11-30 7
           96: 3-28 1 (P); 8-29 10
-, Steve 90: 2-22 7
-, Terri (Teri, Terry)
           80: 9-18 6
           83: 4-21 4 (P)
           84: 3-23 1; 4-5 1; 10-18 3 (P); 10-23 14 (P); 11-29 1, 13 (P)
           85: 2-14 2 (P); 7-9 6
Franzwa, Gregory 96: 9-12 10
Fraser, Colin 85: 4-23 9; 6-25 1
-, Collene 85; 4-2 22
Fraser, J M 74: 4-1 6 (P)
Fraternal Order of Eagles 78: 11-2 4
Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #10 2000: 4-20 1
fraternities
           79: 4-5 Encounter 2
           86: 6-25 5
           2000: 8-31 1
-, charitable activities of 90: 6-28 4
-, complaints of neighbors about 78: 11-30 1
-, disruption of neighborhoods by 84: 8-30 6
-, GPAs of
           71: 3-25 5
           72: 2-3 3
           76: 3-4 8
-, history of KSC
           71: 10-28 7
           72: 10-26 4
           88: 7-28 8
-, image of 90: 6-28 3, 4
-, initiation of pledges by 78: 10-26 7
-, list of pledges to
           83: 10-6 5
           84: 10-9 4
           86: 10-9 4
-, list of members and officers of 74: 2-21 5
-, list of pledges to
           71: 9-23 4
           73: 2-22 5
           74: 9-26 6
           75: 2-27 5; 9-25 5
-, little brothers programs of 81: 9-24 6
-, parties of 94: 3-17 1, 3
-, resurgence of 79: 3-15 9
-, rush by
           71: 2-4 1; 3-11 5; 9-9 4; 9-16 4
           72: 1-13 3; 1-20 4; 2-10 3; 8-31 3
           73: 2-1 6; 5-10 4
           79: 8-30 6
           83: 9-8 5
           85: 9-26 1
          86: 7-8 6; 7-10 1
          87: 9-3 5
          88: 1-14 6; 8-25 5
          89: 1-26 10
-, vandalism to houses of 86: 10-30 1
Fraternity Forum 93: 9-2 9
„Fraternity Row‟ (film) 78: 3-30 5
Frates, Jodie 93: 10-14 5
Frasier, Becky (see also Frazier) 94: 3-3 8; 3-10 7
Frausto, Ann 86: 7-8 5
-, Vivian 78: 11-9 11
Frazee, Patty (Patti, Pattie)
          81: 10-8 1; 10-22 3; 11-12 1
          82: 2-11 1; 11-11 3
          83: 4-28 5; 9-8 10; 11-17 7; 12-2 10 (P)
          84: 2-16 8; 11-8 14 (P)
Frazell, Iver
          76: 3-4 3 (P); 3-25 3; 4-1 3; 12-9 5 (P)
          77: 2-10 3
Frazier, Becky (see also Frasier)
          93: 9-30 9
          94: 3-17 7; 4-7 7; 4-14 7; 4-21 7; 4-28 9
          95: 4-6 8; 8-24 8
-, Julie 87: 9-24 1
-, Mark
          88: 3-17 1
          89: 9-21 11 (P); 10-12 3 (P); 2-25 1
-, Sam
          71: 10-14 6
          73: 11-16 7
          74: 4-4 6
-, Todd 89: 2-9 13 (P)
Fread, Alta 94: 10-6 9
-, Jana 77: 11-17 3
-, Rachelle 94: 10-20 2 (P)
-, Robin
          94: 10-20 2 (P)
          97: 4-3 10
Freakers 51 (team name) 91: 3-14 7
Frear, James Donald 88: 9-8 15
Frear, Ken 80: 1-17 5; 2-14 1
Freburg, Julie
          87: 9-3 4
          88: 2-18 4
-, Mark
          73: 7-26 3; 9-27 10; 11-15 5
          81: 4-30 3 LTE
          87: 12-3 8
-, Nancy 86: 8-28 2
Frecks, Andrew 96: 11-14 9
-, Kamala
          85: 11-14 1
          89: 1-26 10
FRED (Friends Receiving Edible Donations) 87: 11-12 2
 „Freddie Got Fingered‟ 2001: 4-26 6
Freden, Greg 83: 4-28 1
Frederick, Adrianne 81: 7-9 1; 9-3 5
-, Dave (David)
          96: 2-15 1
          97: 4-3-97 8
-, Jeff (see also Fredrick) 81: 4-30 9
-, Ken (see also Fredrick) 74: 12-19 3
-, Ken 76: 4-1 4
-, Kim 77: 10-20 12
-, Mitch 97: 5-1 18
Fredericks, Candyce (Candice)
          71: 2-4 4
          73: 4-19 8; 5-3 1, 8
-, Dave 77: 7-14 5 (P); 7-21 7
-, Harvey C 72: 9-28 1
-, Keith
          71: 4-20 12
          72: 3-9 5; 9-28 1; 10-19 1, 5
Fredericksen, Scott (see also Frederickson, Fredrickson) 95: 3-16 13
-, Sue 86: 7-24 8 (P)
Frederickson, Carolyn (see also Fredrickson) 72: 4-6 1; 4-13 2
-, Chet 76: 3-4 7; 3-18 6; 4-15 5
-, Chris L 94: 10-27 12
-, Lance (see also Fredrickson) 97: 2-13 10 (P)
-, Scott (see also Fredrickson)
          96: 1-18 10; 2-8 16; 3-14 6; 4-25 7; 9-12 7; 10-10 10
          97: 4-10 4
          98: 1-21 2
          99: 9-9 1; 11-11 1
          2002: 4-18 9
Fredricey, Maria 72: 4-27 3
Fredrick, Kenneth (see also Frederick, Fredricks) 73: 5-10 8 (P)
-, Jeff (see also Frederick)
          79: 9-20 10
          80: 2-28 11; 3-6 8; 3-27 7; 4-3 9; 4-17 10; 4-24 9; 5-1 10; 9-4 10
          81: 3-5 8; 3-19 10; 3-26 7; 4-2 8 (P), 9; 4-9 9; 4-23 8; 5-7 10; 9-17 8; 10-8 11
          82: 3-25 8; 4-15 7; 4-22 11; 4-29 10
          83: 2-24 10; 3-3 8; 3-17 7; 3-24 8; 5-5 8
Fredricks, Gayle 76: 12-9 1
-, Ken (see also Frederick, Fredrick) 72: 7-20 4
Fredrickson, Carolyn (see also Frederickson)
          71: 10-21 3
          72: 2-10 4; 3-23 3; 4-20 4; 4-27 5; 10-26 8; 11-9 12; 11-16 4; 11-30 1
          73: 2-1 3; 3-29 5; 4-19 1
-, Lance (see also Frederickson) 94: 3-3 10
-, Paul 72: 9-28 1 (P); 10-19 1
-, Scott (see also Fredericksen, Frederickson)
          93: 12-2 6
          94: 9-22 6; 12-8 1
          95: 1-26 12; 4-13 1, 4; 9-14 1; 12-7 15
          97: 2-13 4, 8
          2002: 1-31 1
Fredrickson, Steve 77: 4-14 5
Free, Pat
          86: 5-8 1 (P)
          87: 4-30 1 (P)
Free Application for Student Aid 2002: 3-7 7
Free Comic Book Day 2002: 5-2 13
Free Enterprise Lecture Series
          77: 1-27 1
          78: 4-6 1
Free Methodist Church 73: 8-30 7; 11-1 6
free throw contest
          71: 1-14 4; 2-4 6; 2-25 6
          72: 1-13 4
          75: 12-4 7
          77: 1-27 5
          87: 12-3 8; 12-10 8
Freeberg, Deb 78: 7-13 7
Freeburg, Debbie 75: 8-29 3
-, Mark 87: 7-23 6
Freedman, Gerald 98: 1-22 8
Freedom From Smoking 81: 1-22 8
freedom of speech 2001: 10-18 3
freedom of the press
          72: 3-2 5
          73: 4-03 11
Freehling, Lara 95: 2-16 2
Freeland, Senje Kaj
          87: 3-26 6
          89: 12-7 1
-, Sonja 86: 12-11 1 (P)
-, Tami 87: 5-7 2
Freeman, Candace (Candice)
          89: 9-14 2 (P)
          90: 10-11 2 (P)
          91: 2-21 1
          92: 10-22 1 (P), 5 (P); 10-29 2
          93: 10-14 5 (P)
          95: 1-19 1 (P); 1-26 12; 2-2 5; 2-9 1 (P); 3-9 1; 3-16 1, 4, 10; 8-24 2
          96: 2-15 11; 2-22 9; 2-29 9; 3-7 9; 3-14 13; 3-28 7; 4-4 9; 4-11 11; 4-25 17; 8-29 13; 9-12
                  13; 9-19 11; 9-26 9; 10-3 9; 10-10 11; 10-17 9; 10-24 11; 10-31 9; 11-7 9; 11-14
                  9; 11-21 11; 12-5 11; 12-12 15
          97: 1-23 9; 1-30 8; 2-6 5, 13; 2-20 5; 4-3 9
-, Carie 96: 2-15 2
-, James J (Jim)
          72: 8-31 1; 11-9 1
          73: 1-11 5, 7; 12-13 5
          74: 4-4 5; 4-18 3; 10-3 6
-, Jerrid 96: 10-10 8 (P)
-, Lucille
          86: 8-28 12
          89: 4-20 1
          91: 9-12 1
          92: 9-17 14
-, Orville 88: 4-14 1; 4-18 1; 4-28 6 (P)
-, Shane
          98: 12-10 8 (P)
          2000: 9-14 4
          2001: 4-12 7
-, Sue
          75: 2-20 3; 3-13 5
          76: 9-16 7; 10-14 3
         77: 4-14 1; 9-29 1; 10-20 3
         78: 6-29 6
Freese, Beth 96: 1-25 4; 2-2 10; 2-8 6; 2-15 6; 2-22 6; 2-29 4; 3-7 10; 3-14 9; 3-28 8; 4-4 1; 4-11
         6, 12; 4-18 4
-, Dan 77: 4-14 5
-, Gerald 73: 4-26 1
-, Jan 83; 4-6 5
-, Rita 74: 5-9 8
Frei, Katy 75: 2-20 6
-, Susan (Susie)
         74: 9-19 4; 11-21 5
         77: 10-20 1
Freid, Henry 71: 4-22 1
Freihe, Mark (see also Friehe) 83: 5-5 8
Freind, Mike 81: 9-10 9
Freis, Lilly Danielson 72: 4-27 1
Freitag, Leta
         74: 4-25 1; 5-2 1
         76: 2-12 3
-, Sandra 77: 4-14 4
-, Shanda
         76: 10-7 1
         77: 4-28 3
-, Sheila 78: 3-8 4 (P)
Freleng, Fritz 84: 2-23 3, 6 (P); 3-1 3; 4-5 3; 4-12 3; 4-26 1 (P)
Frels, Jamie 91: 11-21 6, 11 (P)
Frels, Lilly 71: 2-18 1; 3-25 5; 4-1 3; 4-22 5
French, Amber 94: 2-24 2 (P)
-, Connie
         82: 3-25 7; 4-1 10; 4-15 6; 4-29 11
         83: 3-31 8; 4-14 7; 5-5 9 (P)
-, Dean 90: 4-5 9 (P)
-, Ernie 78: 2-23 4 (P)
-, Jay 90: 9-20 13; 10-11 13
-, Jeffrey 91: 11-7 6
-, John 95: 4-27 2
-, Karen 90: 8-30 1 (P)
-, Kathy 97: 2-13 2
-, Tammy 96: 1-25 1
French American Committee on Educational Travel (FACET) 77: 2-24 1
French Amity Aid 72: 1-27 1, 4; 3-16 4
French art posters, display of 73: 3-22 4
French Café (business) 94: 9-22 6
French Club
         71: 4-29 4; 9-3 8
         72: 1-27 1; 2-3 4; 3-9 4; 3-16 5; 8-31 7; 9-21 6; 10-26 8
         73: 8-30 8
         74: 8-29 5
         75: 8-29 10
         85: 10-3 2
-, book sale of 72: 3-2 4
French Club Book Fair 71: 4-29 4
French Study Tour 83: 2-10 1
Frenetics (band) 84: 11-15 2
„Frenzy‟ (film) 76: 11-4 1
Freouff, Kim 96: 2-15 7
„Frequency‟ 2000: 11-9 5
frequent flyer miles, flap over use of 91: 9-26 1
Frerichs, Don
          72: 10-19 10
          73: 2-15 9; 2-22 7; 3-8 6; 4-12 9; 5-3 9; 5-10 6
-, Larry 80: 2-28 7 (P)
-, Thomas 77: 12-8 8
Frerick, Ken 80: 10-23 6 (P)
Frerricks, Tom 77: 2-17 8 (P)
Frese, Dave 2002: 1-31 6
-, Derek
          2001: 4-19 5; 4-26 7
          2002: 2-7 6; 4-4 5; 4-11 6; 4-25 5; 5-2 7
Fresh Air (band)
          71: 11-11 1
          72: 11-16 8
          73: 3-22 3; 3-29 2; 5-10 1; 6-28 2; 7-12 3; 7-19 1; 9-27 1; 10-4 3, 5; 10-25 3; 11-15 4
Freshens (business) 95: 3-9 1
„Freshman 15‟ 2001: 11-15 9
freshman class, quality of 87: 8-27 2
Freshman Honor Reception 88: 2-18 2
Freshman Senator of the Year 95: 2-23 1
Freshman Swing Choir 78: 1-26 1
Freshman Week 78: 4-27 1
freshmen see first year students
Freshmen Record 83: 9-22 1
Freshstart Quit Smoking Program
          96: 11-21 1
          97: 4-10 2
Freudenthal, Kris (see also Fruedenthal) 81: 2-12 4
Freudiker, Sandy 79: 3-29 1
Frey, Dave 89: 2-16 8
-, Don 74: 2-7 8
-, Dorothy 79: 1-11 10
-, Jodeen 78: 9-21 5
-, Karen 78: 10-26 Encounter 6
-, Kathy
          95: 4-13 2
          97: 9-25 7
-, Lance
          89: 11-30 4 (P)
          92: 10-22 1 (P)
-, Stephanie 2002: 4-25 10
-, Tom 84: 10-16 10; 11-29 27
Freyer, Lynn 99: 3-25 2
Frick, Debbie 71: 4-1 4
-, Eugene
          75: 12-18 3
          77: 5-5 1
-, Jodi 97: 3-13 4
Fricke, Angela 97: 11-13 1 (P)
-, Catherine Ann 75: 7-24 7
-, Cliff 73: 9-6 6 (P)
-, Debbie 72: 3-10 17
-, Debbie (Deb)
          78: 1-26 9
         79: 1-26 9; 2-15 11
         80: 1-31 7; 2-28 11; 3-6 8; 4-24 8; 5-1 9
-, Ken
         71: 9-23 6; 9-30 6; 10-7 6; 10-14 6; 10-21 6; 10-28 8; 11-4 6; 11-11 6; 11-18 6; 12-2 6
         72: 1-20 6; 2-24 6; 3-23 6; 4-27 6; 9-14 6; 9-21 9; 9-28 9; 10-12 8; 10-19 11; 10-26 7; 11-
                  2 8 (P); 11-9 11 (P); 11-30 7
         73: 4-12 9; 4-19 7 (P); 5-3 1, 11; 9-13 7
-, Maggie
         93: 11-11 3; 12-9 3
         94: 1-20 3; 1-27 3; 2-3 3; 2-10 3; 2-17 3; 2-24 3; 3-3 3; 3-10 3; 3-17 3; 3-31 3; 4-7 3; 4-14
                  3; 4-21 3; 4-28 3; 8-25 3
Frickel, Curtis (Kurt) (see also Frickle)
         76: 1-29 5; 2-12 9
         77: 2-10 11; 4-21 9
         78: 1-19 7; 2-2 9; 2-23 8
         79: 1-18 10; 2-1 13; 2-15 11; 3-1 11; 3-15 11; 3-22 13; 4-12 10; 4-26 8; 5-3 15; 11-29
                  Encounter 8 (P)
Frickle, Kurt (see also Frickel) 78: 3-8 10
               th
Friday the 13 , superstitions regarding 74: 12-12 5
„Fried Green Tomatoes‟ (film) 92: 2-13 4
Friedly, Molly 98: 2-12 9
Friedman, Amy 92: 4-16 5
-, Nancy 93: 2-4 6
Friedman, Stanton T 81: 9-10 4 (P); 9-17 1
Friehe, Mark (see also Freihe)
         81: 7-9 8
         82: 1-21 9; 2-4 10; 2-11 9 (P); 2-18 11; 3-4 7; 4-15 6; 4-22 11; 4-29 11
         83: 1-27 7; 4-6 7
         84: 2-9 12; 2-23 4
-, Valerie 99: 11-4 2 (P)
Frieling, Tyler
         94: 9-29 12
         95: 9-14 10
Friemel, Andy 84: 1-26 12
Friend, Debra 73: 9-27 8
-, Mike 80: 7-3 4; 9-4 9
-, Milton 80: 4-24 6
-, Nicole
         97: 9-11 1, 7, 8; 9-18 2, 9; 10-9 2, 7; 10-16 6, 8; 10-23 4, 11, 12; 10-30 1; 11-6 2; 11-13
                  1, 2; 11-20 1, 4; 12-11 1, 6, 11
         98: 1-15 1, 2, 3; 1-22 1, 3, 5; 1-29 1, 3; 2-5 1, 3; 2-12 1, 2, 3, 5; 2-19 1, 3; 2-26 1, 3; 3-12
                  1, 3; 3-19 3, 8; 4-2 1, 3; 4-9 1, 3; 4-16 1, 3; 4-23 1, 2, 3; 4-30 3, 5
-, Randy 72: 2-17 4 (P)
Friend of Education Award
         85: 5-2 1
         2002: 12-12 11
FRIENDS 95: 9-21 6
Friends of Art Fund 75: 10-23 4; 11-6 3
Friends of Children of Vietnam 75: 4-24 1
Friends of Distinction 79: 9-20 Encounter 3
Friends of Geography Club
         84: 4-5 1
         85: 4-16 2; 4-18 2
         91: 1-31 1
         93: 11-11 14
„Friends of Mari Sandoz‟ (art exhibit) 88: 9-29 5
Friends of the Frank House 95: 2-23 6
Friends of the Frank House Organization 2001: 9-20 2
Friends of the UNMC Eppley Cancer Center 2002: 10-31 10
Friends of the World Teaching (see also Friends of World Teaching) 73: 12-6 4
Friends of World Teaching (see also Friends of the World Teaching) 74: 2-14 3
Friends Program
          74: 10-17 9
          75: 2-20 3
          76: 9-23 4
          77: 3-24 5
          78: 9-28 3
          79: 9-13 7; 10-25 Encounter 4
          81: 9-17 3
          83: 4-28 Accent 7
          84: 9-25 9; 12-11 14
          87: 1-29 10
          88: 9-8 2; 9-29 2; 12-1 2
          89: 1-19 2; 1-26 2; 2-2 2, 6; 3-2 2; 3-16 2; 4-20 2; 4-27 2; 9-21 6; 9-28 6
          90: 10-25 12; 11-15 14
          91: 3-14 6; 11-21 6
          92: 10-1 12; 10-8 13
          93: 4-22 13; 9-16 14; 9-23 16; 9-30 12; 10-7 14, 16; 10-14 14; 10-21 12; 10-28 16; 11-4
                  12; 11-11 14; 11-18 14; 12-2 14; 12-9 6, 15
          94: 1-20 12; 1-27 12; 2-3 11; 2-10 10; 2-17 10; 2-24 8; 3-3 10; 3-10 12; 3-17 12; 3-31 14;
                  4-7 1, 10, 12; 4-14 12; 4-21 12; 10-13 14; 10-20 14; 10-27 12; 11-3 10; 11-10 2,
                  12; 11-17 2, 10; 12-1 10; 12-8 14
          95: 1-19 12; 1-26 12; 2-2 12; 2-9 2, 12; 3-2 8; 3-9 10; 3-16 13; 3-30 10; 4-6 12; 4-13 12;
                  4-27 15; 8-24 14; 8-31 13; 9-14 10; 9-28 10; 11-2 9
          96: 1-25 4; 3-14 2, 13; 11-7 9; 11-14 9; 11-21 11; 12-5 11; 12-12 15
          97: 1-23 9; 1-30 9; 2-6 13; 2-13 8; 2-20 9; 2-27 9; 3-6 9; 3-13 11; 3-20 9; 4-3 9; 4-10 9,
                  10; 4-17 15; 4-24 13; 5-1 19; 9-4 13; 9-11 9; 9-18 11; 9-25 9; 10-2 9; 10-9 9; 10-
                  16 7; 10-23 13; 10-30 9; 11-6 7; 11-13 7; 11-20 5; 12-4 7; 12-11 13
          98: 1-15 7; 1-22 7; 1-29 9; 2-5 9; 2-12 9; 2-19 9; 2-26 7; 3-5 9; 3-12 6; 3-19 7; 4-2 7; 4-9
                  7; 4-16 7; 4-23 9; 4-30 15; 8-27 9; 9-3 9; 9-10 9; 9-17 9; 9-24 9; 10-1 9; 10-8 11;
                  10-15 11; 10-29 11; 11-5 7; 11-12 9; 11-19 9; 12-3 7; 12-10 13
          2000: 10-12 7
          2002: 2-21 8
Friends Ultimate Get Together 96: 2-29 6
friendship 79: 11-15 8
-, class in 80: 1-24 1
Friendship Inn International Gallery 75: 10-23 4
Frierich, Gus 87: 10-22 6
Fries, Amy
          88: 6-23 5
          95: 11-16 14
-, Marcia 74: 4-11 5
-, Steve 89: 9-14 14 (P)
Friesen, Billy 88: 1-14 6; 5-5 2
-, Janice 76: 10-14 5
-, Janne 76: 5-6 4
-, Jenice 77: 5-5 3
-, Leeann 95: 10-5 3 LTE
-, Matt 93: 9-23 2 (P)
-, Ryan 97: 4-17 15
Friesen, Valerie 85: 7-9 1 (P)
„Frieze of the Parthenon‟ (sculpture) 71: 3-4 4
Fright Factory 87: 10-29 5
Fright Night 71: 10-21 4
„Fright Night‟ (film) 87: 2-26 2
Frimmer, Joel
          71: 9-9 1, 4 (P); 9-16 1, 3, 4; 9-23 1; 9-30 1; 10-7 4; 10-14 4; 10-28 3; 11-4 2 LTE; 11-11
                   4; 12-9 3
          72: 1-13 1, 3; 1-20 1; 1-27 1; 2-10 2 LTE, 5; 3-9 1; 4-20 1; 7-6 4; 7-13 6; 7-20 2
Fringes (business)
          89: 4-27 11
          90: 9-13 14
Frink, Chad
          95: 8-24 9
          96: 4-11 11
-, Nellie 92: 9-3 5 (P)
Frisbee 79: 7-12 3; 9-13 7
-, history of 76: 9-2 4
frisbee contest
          71: 4-22 4
          81: 9-10 4
frisbee golf see disc golf
Frisbee Golf Tournament 78: 10-5 3
Frisch, Laura 81; 7-23 10
Friskop, Dudley (see also Friskopp) 84: 12-6 6
Friskopp, Beth
          76: 4-8 Spring 3, 8, 12
          78: 7-20 4
-, Dudley (see also Friskopp)
          79: 4-5 4
          80: 3-27 4; 12-4 4
          82: 12-2 4
-, Gina 98: 2-12 6 (P)
Fristo, Jamie 93: 10-7 1
-, Marilee
          92: 2-13 10; 3-12 12; 4-2 4; 4-23 1; 4-30 1; 8-27 5 (P); 9-3 11; 9-17 11; 10-15 1, 2, 13;
                   10-22 1; 11-12 12; 12-10 1
          93: 2-4 1; 3-4 1; 4-15 1, 10; 4-22 1; 10-7 1 (P)
Frith, Chuck 91: 4-18 1
Fritsche, Lean (LeAnn, Leanne)
          2001:4-26 7
          2002: 4-4 5; 4-11 5; 4-18 5, 6; 4-25 5; 5-2 7
-, Robert L (Bob)
          72: 10-19 9
          75: 2-27 4
-, Sarah 2002: 2-14 1
Fritson, Krista 97: 12-11 6
-, Lee 92: 9-3 1
Fritton, J Paul
          71: 2-11 4; 4-1 3; 4-20 3
          72: 8-31 6
          74: 10-3 4
          80: 10-9 7
          86: 9-5 5 (P)
-, Jacob 96: 4-4 9
-, Paul 84: 4-12 8
Fritz, Amy
          94: 11-3 3 LTE
           95: 3-2 2 (P)
-, Anita
          89: 4-20 1; 4-27 1
          90: 3-1 2; 4-5 9 (P); 9-6 2; 12-6 1
          92: 1-23 1
-, Brad 2000: 2-17 1; 2-24 1
-, Diane 73: 3-1 5
-, Don 71: 3-25 5; 5-13 4; 9-30 5
-, Edwin S 81: 9-3 5
-, Harry
          77: 4-28 1
          80: 10-16 10
          81: 9-10 11
-, Helen 79: 11-8 1
-, Lynette 74: 3-21 8; 12-5 5
-, Maria
          96: 4-11 2
          97: 2-13 8; 2-27 8; 3-13 10 (P), 11; 9-4 6; 9-18 1, 4; 10-2 1 (P); 11-13 4
          98: 1-29 1
-, Richard 76: 5-6 3
-, Sharla
          75: 2-27 9
          79: 2-15 2 LTE
-, Tricia
          90: 9-6 4
          91: 9-19 1
Fritzler, Bekka 2001: 9-27 4; 10-4 12; 10-11 4; 11-1 9; 11-8 3, 4; 11-15 11; 11-29 4; 12-7 9
-, Ken 84: 6-28 4
Froburg, Bobby 96: 1-256 5
Froeschl, Lucas 2002: 10-3 2 (P)
Frog Gone Review (publication) 90: 10-11 17; 11-1 12; 11-8 12
Froggy Beaver (group) 73: 7-12 2
Frohman, Jan
          81: 10-8 11
          82: 2-11 7; 4-22 11
Froid, Dave (David)
          97: 4-10 7
          98: 2-19 8; 4-23 6
-, Rich 75: 12-18 2 LTE
From, Amy 90: 2-8 5 (P)
„From Hell‟ 2001: 11-1 9
„From Scratch to Screen‟ (course) 78: 10-26 1; 11-2 4
Fromme, Lynette Alice „Squeaky‟ 75: 9-18 3
Fromunda (band) 92: 4-16 10
Fronczak, Janice 2002: 4-18 11; 4-25 4, 9; 9-26 6, 8
„Front Page‟ (film) 76: 9-23 3
„Front Street‟ (play) 72: 3-9 4
Frontier Airlines (business) 75: 4-4 3
Frontier Liquor (business) 82; 7-29 8
Frontier Regional Conference 71: 4-1 4
Frontier Trust (band) 92: 4-23 1
Frontier Wine and Liquor (business)
          75: 10-2 Insert 5
          89: 9-28 5
Froscheiser, Jacob (Jake) (see also Forscheiser)
          2000: 11-9 7
         2001: 2-8 5; 2-22 2, 6; 3-1 5
         2002: 11-14 4
Froseth, Elizabeth Ann (Liz)
         81: 2-26 1
         83: 4-21 1
         84: 8-30 15
Frosh, Jan
         80: 12-4 10; 12-11 9
         81: 1-29 8; 2-5 10; 11-19 10
Frost, Angela 95: 10-5 15 (P)
-, Carol Lynne
         72: 11-2 1; 11-16 1, 3 (P), 8; 11-30 1
         73: 3-29 5; 9-13 8
         74: 5-9 1, 8
         76: 6-24 8
-, Crystal 2002: 1-24 2 (P)
-, Cynthia (Cindy)
         77: 11-3 7; 12-8 8
         78: 10-12 5 (P); 10-26 9 (P)
         79: 9-6 7 (P); 9-13 1; 9-20 Encounter 6 (P); 9-27 10 (P); 11-8 10; 12-6 7
-, Jack 74: 5-9 4
-, Paula 93: 10-28 13 (P)
-, Randy 89: 9-14 1
-, Robert A 84: 6-14 6
-, Ronald (Ron)
         83: 9-22 7; 11-10 7
         84: 9-6 26
         85: 1-29 2
-, Tim 90: 12-13 6
Frost-Wnuk, Cindy 81: 11-19 5
frostbite 85: 1-17 10
„Frozen in Time‟ (photo exhibit) 83: 10-20 1
Frucci, Dave 89: 2-16 9 (P)
Fruedenthal, Kris (see also Freudenthal, Frudenthal)
         80: 2-28 7
         81: 2-26 5; Spring 1981 Encounter 13; 4-30         1
Frudenthal, Kris (see also Freudenthal, Fruedenthal) 81: 4-9 1
Fruhling, Althea 73: 7-26 1
Fruit, Shane (see also Fruite)
         76: 9-9 11; 9-29 10; 10-14 8; 10-21 7; 11-4 11; 11-11 7; 11-18 6; 12-2 7
         77: 9-1 9; 9-15 8; 9-22 13; 10-6 11; 10-20 10; 10-27 8; 11-3 8; 11-10 9 (P); 11-17 7; 12-1
                  10
         78: 1-19 7; 2-2 9; 2-23 8; 3-8 10; 4-27 8; 8-31 13; 9-14 10, 11; 9-28 11; 10-5 13; 10-12
                  13; 10-26 12; 11-2 10, 11; 11-30 9
         79: 1-18 10; 2-1 13; 2-8 11; 3-1 11; 3-15 11; 3-22 13; 4-12 10; 4-26 7 (P), 8; 5-3 15; 8-30
                  13; 9-13 13; 9-20 11; 9-27 13; 10-4 9; 10-11 10 (P); 11-1 9 (P); 11-8 11; 11-15 9;
                  11-29 7
         80: 1-24 7; 1-31 7; 2-14 7; 2-21 8; 2-28 11; 3-6 8; 4-17 10; 4-24 8; 8-28 11; 9-11 11; 9-18
                  11; 9-25 10; 10-23 8; 11-13 8; 11-20 10
         81: 9-3 12
Fruite, Shane (see also Fruit) 80: 2-7 9
Frump, Clifford 71: 12-2 3
Fry, Carlos 89: 1-26 2
-, Jack (see also Frye)
         74: 1-17 1
         75: 10-23 4
-, Jason
          97: 9-18 8
          99: 4-22 5
-, Jessica 97: 4-17 2
Fry Readability Scale 81: 4-30 1
Frye, Casey 81: 11-12 4
-, Curt 89: 11-30 2
-, Jack E (see also Fry) 74: 12-5 2 LTE
-, Lee
          80: 9-25 8
          81: Spring 1981 Encounter 5
-, Tom
          83: 1-20 8; 12-2 12
          84: 2-2 13; 2-16 10; 3-1 8; 12-11 7
          85: 1-29 7; 1-31 13; 2-12 12; 3-5 9; 3-21 20; 11-14 7
          86: 2-13 11; 2-27 9
F-Stop, Freddie 93: 4-1 11
Fryda, Jason 96: 2-8 2 (P)
-, Nic 98: 10-8 4
Frye, Nickie 2002: 2-21 7
Fryzek, Chuck
          71: 2-25 4
          72: 10-19 11
FUBAR (robot) 84: 10-23 14
Fubry, Kristin 99: 10-7 2 (P)
Fuchs, Julie 90: 6-28 5; 10-25 12
-, Maryanne (Mary Anne)
          88: 2-12 10
          89: 4-6 5
-, Sandra 81; 4-30 5
Fuedo, Vin 74: 11-6 5
Fueher, Tracy 98: 3-19 4
Fuehrer, Bob (see also Feurer, Fuerer)
          73: 12-13 6
          77: 2-24 9
-, Richard L 72: 4-27 1
-, Stephanie 82: 1-21 1
fuel economy 79: 6-28 5
fuel oil, KSC‟s supply of 73: 1-11 1
fuel shortage, actuality of 74: 4-1 3
Fuelberth, Todd (see also Fulberth, Puelorth)
          92: 8-27 8; 9-24 7; 10-22 7
          93: 2-4 7; 2-11 9; 2-18 7; 2-25 8; 3-11 7; 4-8 7; 4-15 7; 4-22 7; 9-2 7 (P); 9-16 7; 9-23 7;
                  9-30 7, 9 (P); 10-21 7; 10-28 7; 11-4 7; 11-11 7
          94: 4-21 7; 9-1 7; 9-22 7; 9-29 7; 10-6 7; 10-20 7; 10-27 7; 11-10 7; 11-17 7; 12-1 7, 8
          95: 1-19 9; 1-26 8; 2-2 7; 2-9 10; 3-2 7; 3-30 7; 4-13 7; 8-31 7; 9-14 8; 9-21 7; 10-5 11;
                  10-12 7; 10-19 7; 10-26 8; 11-16 8; 11-30 7
          96: 4-11 7; 4-18 8; 4-25 11; 8-29 9
Fuentes, Jim 82: 9-30 1
-, Leo 82: 9-30 1
-, Paul 82: 9-30 1
-, Virginia 82: 9-30 1
Fuerer, Bob (see also Feurer, Fuehrer)
          74: 3-7 6
          75: 1-23 5; 3-6 6; 5-8 7
          76: 11-4 11
         77: 3-3 4
Fuerst, David
         88: 11-10 9 (P)
         93: 10-7 14; 11-18 2
-, Marianne 2002: 9-19 2; 11-7 2
-, Nathan 2001: 11-8 1
Fuerstenau, Tracy (Tracey)
         91: 4-18 1; 10-31 4 (P)
         92: 4-23 2; 8-27 3; 9-3 3; 9-17 3; 9-24 3; 10-1 3; 10-8 3; 10-15 3; 10-22 3; 10-29 3; 11-5
                 3; 11-12 3; 11-18 3; 12-10 3
         93: 1-28 6; 2-4 6; 2-11 4; 2-18 4, 5, 10; 3-4 9; 3-11 1, 4; 3-18 10; 4-15 1; 4-22 6; 4-29 6
         94: 4-28 6
Fueze, Chris 91: 5-2 9
Fugate, Caril Ann 76: 3-18 1
Fugitive see „The Fugitive‟ (film)
Fuhrer, Lee
         75: 11-13 3
         76: 11-11 1
Fuhrman, Carol (Carole)
         72: 11-9 3
         74: 2-21 4; 3-7 2
         75: 4-17 2 LTE
Fujan, Randy 74: 1-31 2 LTE
Fukuhara, Toshiaki 82: 7-29 3
Fulberth, Todd (see also Fuelberth) 94: 4-7 7, 8
Fulbright Award
         74: 9-19 3
         75: 2-20 4
Fulbright Awards 97: 3-6 2; 3-13 2
Fulbright Gifted and Talented Program 90: 4-5 6; 4-12 6
Fulbright grants
         85: 3-26 4
         86: 5-8 2
         89: 3-16 2; 3-30 2; 4-6 2, 16; 4-13 2; 4-27 2; 5-4 2; 6-22 2
Fulbright-Hays Award 87: 10-8 4
Fulbright-Hays Grants 77: 9-8 5
Fulbright-Hays Scholarship Award 73: 1-18 1
Fulbright Program
         89: 9-28 6; 10-5 6; 10-12 6
         91: 4-11 10
         95: 10-12 2
Fulbright Scholarship
         75: 9-25 7
         77: 5-5 7
Fulcher, Connie 79: 7-12 7; 7-19 5
-, Thomas (Tom)
         71: 6-24 1; 9-9 1
         72: 2-10 5; 2-17 5
         73: 4-5 5
         74: 6-27 1; 7-26 8
         75: 7-17 8
         77: 11-3 1
Fulk, Greg 73: 12-13 3
-, Janet 72: 9-21 7
Full Gospel Business Fellowship 74: 10-10 5; 11-6 4; 12-12 3
Full Gospel Business Men 75: 2-6 3; 3-6 3; 4-10 3
Full Gospel Businessmen‟s Fellowship 72: 1-13 3
„Full Moon, Dirty Hearts‟ (recording) 93: 11-18 12
Fullbright Scholarship Program 72: 7-13 8
Fuller, Amy 90: 5-3 6 (P)
-, Chris 77: 2-10 3
-, Christine 77: 9-15 10
-, Gary 74: 11-21 4
-, Herman
          87: 10-1 8
          89: 2-2 7; 9-14 10 (P)
-, Jay 98: 4-16 7; 4-30 1 (P)
-, Jim 89: 6-29 7
-, John 85: 2-28 9
-, Linda 96: 12-5 6
-, Lisa
          82: 3-4 1 (P); 4-1 1
          83: 2-17 2 LTE; 4-28 5; 9-22 7
          84: 2-2 6
-, Mary Ann 86: 7-8 5
-, Michelle 93: 11-4 2 (P)
-, Miller 96: 12-5 6
-, William 81: 1-29 1
Fullerton, Craig
          75: 1-16 6; 10-9 9; 11-6 8
          76: 1-15 7; 1-22 5; 1-29 4 (P)
-, Randy 83: 12-8 4 (P)
-, Theresa 83: 11-10 3
Fullmer, Franca (see also Fulmer) 93: 2-18 5
Fullstead, Bobbi 82: 10-7 1
Fulmer, Becky 86: 4-24 5; 9-25 5
-, Danny 77: 9-8 10
-, France 90: 8-30 15
-, Franca (see also Fullmer) 92: 1-23 11 (P)
-, Fred
          78: 11-30 8
          80: 9-11 12
-, Jody
          88: 8-25 1 (P), 5
          90: 11-15 2 (P)
          92: 1-23 1; 4-23 2 (P)
-, Kim
          73: 9-20 8
          74: 1-31 4
-, Phillip 94: 3-3 7
-, Randy
          71: 4-29 3
          72: 1-27 5; 3-2 4; 10-12 4, 6
          73: 1-11 5; 3-8 8; 5-10 1
          78: 1-12 10; 1-19 6; 3-8 11
-, Rick 83: 2-24 9
-, Rocky 73: 4-5 3 (P)
Fulter, Rod (see also Falter) 84: 12-6 26
Fulton, Aaron 2002: 9-12 8
-, Lindsey 2001: 2-22 1
-, Pauline
          80: 2-7 3
         81: 1-22 3
-, Randy
         83: 1-27 6, 7; 2-3 9; 2-10 10; 2-17 8; 2-24 10; 4-6 7; 4-28 9; 5-5 8
         84: 2-2 13; 2-9 12; 2-16 10 (P); 2-23 8; 3-1 10; 4-26 9
         88: 9-22 7
-, Randy Sr 84: 6-21 4
-, Sharon
         77: 9-8 7
         78: 11-9 1 (P)
-, Scott 85: 1-29 7; 1-31 13; 4-2 7
-, Tom 88: 10-27 8
Fun Week 96: 2-15 6
„Fun With Dick and Jane‟ (film)
         77: 11-10 6
         78: 1-26 10; 2-2 3
Funderburk, Janet 82: 10-14 1
Fundum, Craig
         78: 3-16 9; 4-6 8
         79: 3-1 10; 3-22 13; 3-29 14; 4-5 10, 11, 13 (P); 4-12 8; 5-3 14
         80: 3-6 7; 3-13 8; 3-27 7; 4-17 10; 4-24 8; 7-3 4
Funk, Chris 89: 11-16 2
-, Nancy 80: 3-27 6
„Funny Girl‟ (film) 71: 11-4 5; 11-11 1, 5
„Funny Lady‟ (film) 77: 6-16 3
Fuqua, Brad
         86: 9-25 7
         87: 1-29 8; 2-5 7, 9; 2-12 9; 2-19 7; 2-26 9; 3-5 8; 3-26 7, 8; 4-2 6; 4-9 7; 4-16 7; 4-30 7;
                  5-7 3, 7; 8-27 3; 9-3 3, 6, 7, 8; 9-10 3, 8 (P), 9; 9-17 3, 7, 8 (P); 9-24 3, 7, 9 (P);
                  10-1 3, 8; 10-8 3, 7, 8, 9 (P); 10-22 3, 7, 8 (P); 10-29 3, 7, 9; 11-5 3, 7; 11-12 3,
                  7, 9 (P); 11-19 3, 7, 8, 9; 12-3 3, 7, 8, 9 (P); 12-10 3, 7, 8, 9
         88: 1-14 1, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9 (P); 1-21 3, 7; 1-28 3, 7; 2-4 3, 9, 10 (P); 2-11 3, 8, 11 (P); 2-18 3,
                  7; 2-25 3, 7, 10 (P); 3-17 3, 8 (P); 3-24 3, 10 (P); 4-7 3, 5, 7, 9 (P); 4-14 3, 7, 9
                  (P); 4-18 3; 4-21 3, 9, 11 (P); 4-28 3, 11 (P); 5-5 10 (P)
-, Gale 86: 1-23 2
Furby, Tom 76: 11-11 4
Furdong, Kathy 80: 5-1 3
Furlong, Kathleen (Kathy)
         80: 9-25 8 (P)
         82: 1-21 1
Furman, Daniel 86: 1-23 2 (P)
Furnas, Gary
         91: 9-12 4; 10-10 16; 10-24 12; 10-31 12
         92: 1-30 14; 2-6 14; 3-5 10; 3-12 12; 9-24 1, 6; 10-15 1, 13
Furnas, Gary L, arrest of for making fake ID‟s 90: 11-15 1
Furness, Edna L
         72: 2-3 5; 5-4 1
         74: 9-19 1
furniture as a hobby 95: 10-26 9
furniture repair 76: 10-7 6
Furro, Ricke 73: 8-30 1
Furry, Judith
         77: 7-28 4; 9-1 6
         79: 3-15 4
Furustig, Hans
         84: 12-13 1
         85: 1-15 11 (P)
„Fury‟ (film) 80: 9-11 8; 10-16 6
Fusco, Becky 87: 11-12 8
Future Business Leaders of America
          72: 5-4 4; 9-7 3
          2001: 12-6 2; 12-13 10
Future Farmers of America
          92: 11-12 12
          98: 12-10 12
Future of Irrigated Agriculture see „The Future of Irrigated Agriculture‟ (panel discussion)
Future Problem Solving Bowl 83: 4-28 6
Futurist Science Fiction Art Exhibition 84: 2-2 3; 2-9 3
Fyfe, Autumn 84: 1-26 5
-, Doyle
          71: 5-13 1; 10-21 5; 11-18 6; 12-2 6
          72: 6-22 1; 9-28 9; 11-9 10; 11-30 5 (P), 6
          73: 6-21 4
          74: 10-17 11
          75: 10-23 6; 11-13 10
          76: 11-4 1, 11
          77: 9-8 10; 9-29 3
          78: 3-8 10; 3-30 7 (P)
          79: 11-8 11
          80: 1-31 3; 9-11 12
          81: 5-7 5
          82: 2-25 7 (P); 9-30 13 (P)
          83: 4-21 6; 5-5 8 (P); 6-23 8 (P); 10-20 12
          84: 1-26 5
          85: 7-23 4
          86: 7-17 1
          87: 8-27 9
          88: 3-24 10; 10-12 15
          95: 10-5 12; 7-3 12
          96: 1-25 4; 4-11 2; 4-25 6
-, Kay
          84: 12-11 14
          96: 4-25 6
-, Monty 88: 4-7 7 (P)
-, T J
          99: 3-4 5
          2000: 4-6 2 (P)
          2002: 2-28 8
-, Tami (Tammy)
          81: 7-23 10
          82: 1-28 8; 2-4 10 (P)
Fyre, Christy 98: 10-29 11

G

G W Frank House see Frank House
G W Frank Improvement Company (business) 75: 2-27 7
Gaarder, Derek (see also Gaardner)
        2000: 3-2 6; 3-9 5; 3-23 6; 4-20 9; 4-27 10
        2001: 2-15 6; 3-29 4; 4-12 5, 6; 4-26 8
Gaardner, Derek (see also Gaarder) 2001: 4-5 5
Gabarron, Christine 92: 9-17 13
Gabel, Stacy (see also Gaebel) 94: 11-10 2 (P)
Gabig, Joe 95: 10-5 13
Gable, Sean 89: 3-30 1; 9-7 2
-, Travis
          2000: 3-2 6; 3-9 5; 3-30 7 (P); 4-27 10
          2001 4-26 8
Gabriel, Brad 82: 11-18 3
Gabriel, Denise 71: 4-22 3, 4
-, Vicki Jo 93: 2-4 10; 11-4 2 (P)
Gabrielsen, Bjorn Vidar 71: 4-20 9 (P), 10, 11, 12
Gabrielson, Karen 71: 4-1 1; 4-22 1
Gabrillo, Kathy 93: 9-2 2 (P)
Gabrukiewicz, Dianne (Diane)
          72: 2-3 4; 3-2 1; 3-16 6; 4-13 5; 4-27 3; 5-4 3; 9-14 8; 10-19 5; 11-9 3; 11-30 8
          73: 2-15 1; 3-1 3 (P); 3-1 Fashion 2; 3-8 4; 3-22 1; 3-29 1, 5; 4-3 15;‟ 4-5 1; 4-19 4; 4-26
                  1; 5-3 3; 5-10 8; 6-28 7; 9-6 3; 9-20 2; 11-15 4; 11-29 4 (P)
          74: 3-21 8; 3-28 1; 4-4 3; 4-25 4; 5-2 1, 6; 5-9 1; 6-27 3 (P); 7-11 2; 7-26 5; 8-29 2 (P); 9-
                  5 2; 9-12 2; 9-19 2; 9-26 2; 10-3 2; 10-10 1, 2; 10-17 2, 7 (P); 10-24 2; 11-6 2;
                  11-14 2; 11-21 2; 12-5 2; 12-12 2; 12-19 2
          75: 1-16 2; 1-30 1, 2; 2-6 2, 6; 2-13 2; 2-20 2; 2-27 2; 3-6 2; 3-13 2; 3-20 3, 6; 4-4 2; 4-10
                  1, 2; 4-24 1, 2; 5-1 2
-, scholarship won by 73: 7-12 8 (P); 8-30 4 (P)
Gaddis, Terry 75: 8-29 3
Gade, Deb 77: 9-22 12 (P)
-, Ellie 72: 6-22 4
-, Jeff 81: 9-24 6
Gadeken, Joyce 71: 4-15 4
Gadson, James 71: 2-11 3
Gaebel, Stacy (see also Gabel)
          93: 8-26 3; 9-2 3; 9-16 3; 9-23 3; 9-30 3; 10-7 3; 10-14 3; 10-21 3; 10-28 3; 11-4 3; 11-11
                  3; 11-18 3; 12-2 3
          94: 2-3 9
Gaer, Douglas (Doug)
          77: 6-16 4 (P), 6; 9-1 6; 9-8 3, 7; 10-6 9; 11-3 10; 11-10 3
          78: 1-26 1; 2-16 8; 3-8 2 LTE, 12; 4-6 1; 5-4 1; 7-20 1; 8-31 12
-, Mary Sue
          71: 1-7 5; 12-2 1; 12-9 3
          72: 2-3 3; 5-4 1; 6-22 3
-, Paul
          71: 1-7 1, 6; 1-14 1; 2-11 3; 2-25 5; 4-20 10; 4-29 4; 5-6 1; 5-20 4; 6-24 1; 7-1 1; 7-29 1;
                  9-9 2; 9-30 1; 10-7 1; 12-9 6; 12-16 1
          72: 2-10 5; 3-2 1; 3-9 3; 3-16 6; 4-6 1; 4-20 1; 5-4 1; 6-29 1; 7-20 1; 7-27 8; 8-31 3, 4; 9-
                  14 3; 9-21 4; 9-28 10
          73: 3-1 5; 5-10 1; 7-19 1
-, Paul
          80: 5-1 4
          82: 7-15 3
          85: 7-23 4
          87: 3-26 5; 7-23 8
Gaeth, Rick
          77: 12-1 2 LTE
          78: 10-26 9 (P)
Gaffney, Angie 88: 2-4 12
-, Maureen
          72: 2-24 4; 3-2 4
          73: 1-25 1; 2-22 1; 4-3 2; 5-3 1; 5-10 4; 11-15 4
          74: 2-21 4
-, Philip (Phil)
          71: 1-7 1; 2-4 5; 2-11 1; 3-4 1; 3-11 1 (P), 5; 3-18 1; 3-25 5; 4-20 3; 5-6 4; 5-20 1; 7-1 1;
                  9-30 1; 10-7 1; 10-14 1 (P); 11-11 1, 3; 11-18 1; 12-2 1
          72: 1-13 4; 1-20 1, 3, 4; 2-3 2; 2-10 4; 2-24 4; 3-9 1; 3-10 2; 4-6 1
Gage, Beth 71: 10-28 4
-, Bob 79: 1-26 7 (P)
-, Brent
          90: 5-3 4 (P), 5 (P); 9-13 14
          91: 10-3 1; 10-10 1 (P)
-, Brian 81: 12-3 5
-, James 71: 3-25 3
-, Roger
          73: 12-20 3
          79: 11-8 3
-, Roxie 80: 4-24 3
Gagne, Michelle 72: 10-26 1
Gahan, Gregg
          98: 9-10 7; 9-17 4; 9-24 7; 10-8 2; 10-15 9; 10-29 1, 7, 8; 11-5 5; 11-12 1, 7; 11-19 6, 7;
                  12-3 4; 12-10 2
          99: 1-28 1; 2-4 5; 2-11 6, 7; 2-25 1, 2, 7; 3-4 4; 3-11 6; 4-1 1, 7; 4-15 4, 5; 4-22 4; 4-29 1,
                  7; 9-9 5; 9-16 5; 9-23 5; 9-30 5; 10-14 6; 11-11 7; 11-18 8; 12-2 7; 12-9 9, 10
          2000: 9-7 5; 9-14 6; 9-21 5; 9-28 7; 10-5 4; 10-12 5; 10-26 4; 11-2 7; 11-9 4; 11-16 7; 11-
                  30 4; 12-7 6
          2001: 1-18 1, 3, 6; 1-25 3, 6; 2-1 3, 6; 2-8 3, 4, 6; 2-15 2, 3, 6; 2-22 3 (P), 4, 5; 3-1 3, 5; 3-
                  8 3, 8; 3-29 3, 4; 4-5 3, 6; 4-12 1, 2, 3, 6; 4-19 1, 3, 5; 4-26 3, 7, 8
Gains, Joe (see also Gaines) 96: 11-14 9
Gaines, Jill
          91: 12-5 15 (P)
          93: 4-29 3 LTE
          94: 3-10 2 (P)
-, Joe (see also Gains)
          2001: 4-26 2; 9-13 3; 9-20 3; 9-27 3; 10-4 2; 10-11 3; 10-18 3; 11-1 3; 11-8 3; 11-15 3;
                  11-29 3; 12-6 3; 12-13 3
          2002: 1-24 3; 1-31 3; 2-7 3; 2-14 3; 2-21 3; 2-28 3; 3-7 3; 3-14 3; 4-4 3; 4-11 3; 4-18 3; 4-
                  25 3; 5-2 3
Gaitros, Donald
          72: 8-31 1
          73: 2-15 4; 8-30 3
GALA Dance Concert 88: 2-25 2
Galaxy Hair Creations (business)
          89: 4-27 11
          90: 9-13 14
Galbraith, Brenda 88: 10-12 1; 10-27 7 (P)
-, Harry
          71: 12-16 1 (P)
          72: 3-9 4
          77: 6-30 4
          79: 1-26 Encounter 2; 7-12 5 (P)
Gale, John 2000: 4-6 1, 4
-, Kira
          88: 9-8 13; 9-29 5
          92: 10-1 5
-, Mandi 94: 4-28 13
-, Sali 89: 3-30 10 (P)
Galeano, Jenny 87: 11-19 4 (P)
Galen, Ted 88: 4-18 5
Gales, Rick 87: 9-17 8
Gall, Beverly 71: 5-6 1
-, Daniel (Dan)
          85: 10-17 7 (P); 11-7 9; 11-14 8
          86: 1-30 4 (P); 8-28 7
          87: 4-9 7 (P); 9-24 7
          88: 9-1 7; 9-8 7; 11-17 8
          89: 4-20 8; 11-30 7
          90: 1-25 7 (P)
-, Debby 89: 2-9 11 (P); 11-30 1
Gall, Joyce 77: 12-1 2 LTE
Gallager, John 77: 3-17 1
Gallagher, Chris
          95: 4-6 10; 10-26 2
          96: 2-29 10; 4-18 1
          97: 2-6 5; 2-13 8; 2-20 9; 2-27 9; 3-6 9; 3-13 11; 3-20 9; 4-3 9; 4-10 9; 4-17 15; 4-24 2,
                  10, 13; 5-1 19
-, Eugene 73: 3-232 1
-, Fay 90: 6-28 8
-, Jeanne 88: 9-22 11
-, Julie 91: 2-7 13
-, Kathye 90: 6-28 8
-, Pam
          71: 2-25 2 (P); 3-11 1; 3-18 1; 3-25 1; 4-1 1; 5-13 1
          72: 3-2 1; 4-27 1
          75: 9-18 8
-, Patricia (Pat)
          71: 5-6 4; 9-16 2; 10-14 1
          72: 5-4 3; 9-14 1; 9-21 1
          73: 3-1 5; 4-3 2; 9-13 8
-, Paul 71: 3-4 1
-, Sally 71: 2-18 5; 3-18 1
-, Susan 2001: 9-20 1 (P), 8
-, Thomas (Tom)
          71: 7-1 1 (P); 7-8 1; 10-28 3; 11-4 4
          72: 1-13 3; 2-3 3; 2-10 1; 2-24 4; 3-2 1; 3-9 1; 4-6 3; 4-27 1; 5-4 3; 8-31 6 (P)
          73: 1-18 3; 3-22 1; 3-29 2 LTE; 4-12 4; 7-5 1; 7-26 1
Gallant, Cliff
          77: 2-10 11; 2-24 9; 12-1 10
          78: 1-26 7; 3-16 1
-, Curt 78: 1-19 7
Gallaway, Al (Allen) (see also Galloway)
          91: 2-14 8; 5-2 7
          92: 2-13 7; 2-27 7; 3-5 7; 3-12 7
          93: 3-4 8 (P); 3-11 7; 4-22 7
          94: 2-3 7 (P); 3-10 8; 3-17 7; 4-7 2 (P), 7; 4-28 7
Gallay, Ilong 75: 11-20 5
-, Leslie
          71: 9-9 1
          73: 11-29 8
          75: 3-20 3
          77: 6-16 5
Gallentine, Jerry
          84: 11-1 7
          86: 10-30 1
          87: 3-9 2; 6-25 4
          88: 12-8 1
          89: 2-9 1
-, Lisa
          95: 10-12 3; 1-19 2; 10-26 2; 11-2 3; 11-11 2; 11-16 3; 11-30 2; 12-7 2
          96: 1-18 3; 1-25 2; 2-2 2; 2-8 3; 2-15 2; 2-22 2; 2-29 2; 3-7 3, 4; 3-14 3; 3-28 3; 4-4 3; 4-
                  11 2; 4-18 2; 9-19 4 (P); 10-3 7 (P); 10-17 8; 10-24 9 (P); 11-21 4 (P)
          97: 1-23 5; 2-6 5; 3-13 9; 4-3 5 (P); 9-18 6; 9-25 4; 10-9 10
          98: 2-12 2 (P); 10-15 10
-, Tom 98: 4-30 8
-, Tonia
          94: 9-1 5
          95: 4-27 2; 8-24 3; 8-31 2; 9-14 2; 9-21 3; 10-5 2; 10-12 3; 10-19 2; 10-26 2; 11-2 3; 11-
                  11 2; 11-16 3; 11-30 2; 12-7 2 (P)
          96: 1-18 3; 1-25 2; 2-2 2; 2-8 3; 2-15 2; 2-22 2; 2-29 2; 3-7 3; 3-14 3; 3-28 3; 4-4 3; 4-11
                  2; 4-18 2
Galligan, Kate 98: 3-5 7
Galloway, Al (Allen) (see also Gallaway)
          91: 4-11 7
          92: 2-20 7; 4-16 7; 4-23 7; 4-30 7
          93: 1-21 8; 2-4 7; 2-11 9
          94: 2-3 7
-, Leslie
          96: 10-17 6
          98: 4-2 4
          99: 2-25 3; 3-25 3 LTE; 11-4 3 LTE
          2000: 1-27 3
-, Melissa 2000: 2-10 8
„Gallows Humor‟ (play) 72: 6-22 4; 7-13 1
Galvin, Jay 78: 10-12 15
-, John 75: 10-2 Insert 5
-, Lorin (Loren)
          72: 2-17 1; 2-24 1; 3-9 3; 3-10 10; 10-12 1
          73: 3-22 1; 5-10 1; 9-13 1 (P); 10-18 2 LTE; 11-7 4
-, Marty 88: 2-11 4
Galyen, Marianne (Mariann) 71: 2-18 5; 3-25 5
Gamblers (entertainers) 79: 2-1 1
Gamblin, Chris 90: 11-15 12
gambling
          75: 11-20 4; 12-4 9
          89: 9-21 5
          95: 10-26 8
          98: 1-22 8
          99: 1-28 7
          2002: 9-19 3
Game Night 99: 11-4 2; 11-18 2
Games Tournament
          71: 1-14 4
          72: 1-27 4
GAMMA see Greeks Advocating the Mature Management of Alcohol
Gamma Delta 71: 9-3 10
Gamma Phi
          78: 2-9 1
          82: 10-7 1
          84: 3-1 3
-, sponsorship of dance contest by 78: 2-2 3
Gamma Phi Beta
          71: 3-4 5; 3-25 3; 4-1 4; 9-3 9; 11-18 5
          72: 1-13 3; 2-3 4; 2-10 4; 2-17 4; 2-24 4; 3-9 3; 4-6 5; 4-20 6
          73: 3-1 4; 3-22 1
          74: 3-28 1; 9-5 4; 10-17 1
          75: 3-20 1; 4-17 3; 9-5 7; 10-23 4
          76: 9-29 4; 10-14 3; 11-4 3
          77: 3-31 6
          78: 1-26 1; 9-21 3; 11-9 3; 11-30 3
          79: 1-18 8; 3-29 1; 8-30 6
          80: 1-10 3; 1-17 3; 1-24 3
          81: 9-24 6
          82: 4-22 6; 10-28 1; 11-24 3
          83: 4-14 1, 6; 7-28 3; 10-13 4; 11-17 5
          84: 3-1 1; 5-3 11; 8-30 16; 10-11 9; 11-13 8; 12-13 3
          85: 2-12 7; 11-7 1
          86: 9-11 6; 9-25 6; 10-30 5
          87: 9-3 5; 9-17 8
          88: 10-12 1
          89: 3-2 1; 10-19 2
          90: 2-15 8; 8-30 5
          91: 1-31 11; 8-1 2; 8-29 11, 14
          92: 1-23 12; 12-10 8
          94: 3-3 6; 10-20 13
          95: 2-2 11; 2-9 4; 9-14 10; 11-11 4
          96: 2-2 2; 2-15 2; 2-29 2; 12-5 11; 12-12 15
          97: 4-24 2, 9; 5-1 15; 10-30 10; 12-11 6
          98: 8-27 6; 10-1 6; 10-15 1; 11-12 5; 12-10 1
          2000: 9-21 7; 11-2 4, 8
          2002: 4-25 10; 9-26 2
-, charity work of
          89: 11-9 5
          92: 9-17 11
-, claim of world leapfrog record by 71: 9-16 4
-, fundraiser for Hospice by 93: 11-18 6
-, history of 87: 5-7 2
-, participation in Bike Bowl by
          84: 3-29 5
          85: 4-30 1; 5-2 11
          86: 5-8 1
          87: 4-2 1; 4-30 1, 7
          88: 5-5 1
          91: 5-2 1
          92: 4-30 1
          93: 4-29 9
          94: 4-28 1
-, participation in homecoming rodeo by
          91: 10-10 1
          95: 10-5 15
-, photo of house of 78: 2-23 5
-, sponsorship of contestant in Miss Legs Contest by 74: 2-21 3
-, sponsorship of homecoming royalty candidate by 91: 10-3 1
-, sponsorship of Teeter-Totter-A-Thon by 87: 10-1 2
Gamma Phi Beta Award 72: 4-27 1
Gamma Phi Beta Christensen Memorial 71: 5-6 2
Gamma Phi Speed Buggies 75: 4-24 5
Gamma Tau Omega (women‟s service honorary)
         71: 2-11 2; 3-4 3, 5; 9-3 10; 9-30 4; 10-21 4
         72: 2-24 4
         75: 8-29 10
Gamma Theta Upsilon
         82: 2-18 1
         84: 10-18 2
Gammel, Susan 78: 12-7 5 (P)
Gancos, Catherine
         73: 12-20 3
         75: 9-5 7; 12-18 3
-, June 76: 4-8 5
Gandhi, Arun 89: 1-12 1 (P); 1-19 2
-, Mohandas K 89: 1-12 1
„Gandhi‟ (film) 83: 5-5 3
Gangakate, Sant 95: 4-27 2
gangs
         89: 10-12 1, 2
         2001: 2-8 1
Gangwish, Carol
         90: 9-27 12
         93: 12-9 2
-, Vaughn 78: 3-30 3 [sic]
Ganley, Andrea 2002: 9-26 7 (P)
-, Ash 2002: 9-26 7 (P)
-, Sue
         77: 11-17 5
         78: 4-13 4; 9-14 8; 9-21 7; 10-12 12; 11-2 1; 11-16 7; 12-7 8; 12-14 1
         79: 2-1 6; 2-8 7; 2-15 8; 3-1 9; 3-29 4
Gannon, Becky
         77: 1-13 6; 9-1 9; 9-22 12 (P); 10-20 10; 12-8 16
         78: 8-31 14; 9-21 9 (P); 9-28 10; 10-5 14; 10-12 14; 10-26 11; 11-2 10, 12; 11-9 11 (P);
                 11-30 9
         79: 2-8 11; 8-30 13 (P); 9-6 11; 9-20 11; 9-27 13; 10-4 9; 10-11 9 (P); 10-28 7; 11-1 10;
                 11-15 10; 11-29 8
         80: 8-28 12; 12-11 10
-, Bob
         79: 2-1 13; 3-1 11; 3-15 11; 4-12 10; 5-3 15; 10-4 2 LTE
         80: 1-24 7; 2-7 9; 2-14 7; 2-21 8; 2-28 11; 3-6 8; 4-17 10; 4-24 8
         82: 2-11 9; 2-18 11; 4-1 8
-, Brad 98: 1-15 1 (P)
-, Chris
         2001: 1-25 5; 2-8 5; 2-15 5; 4-5 5 (P); 4-19 5
         2002: 2-28 5
-, Garry (Gary)
         72: 4-6 3; 5-4 3
         73: 3-22 1; 4-12 4; 4-19 1, 2
Gannon-Lehmer, Rebecca 94: 10-27 8
Gansemer, Shannon 89: 9-28 8
Ganskow, Kris 80: 9-25 1 (P)
Gantt, Melissa
         93: 8-26 8
         94: 3-17 7; 4-7 8; 4-28 7
         95: 1-19 9; 3-30 7; 4-6 7; 4-13 7
Ganz, Bill 71: 4-29 5; 9-23 4; 9-30 4
-, Doris
         75: 8-29 3; 10-23 4
          79: 3-1 7
-, James 74: 9-5 4
-, Linda 81; 1-22 4
Gappa, Doug 80: 6-26 8
-, Wayne
          77: 10-6 4
          78: 9-14 12; 11-2 6
          79: 7-19 5
          81: 2-12 7 (P); 3-5 5
          84: 10-4 1; 10-23 1
          86: 2-20 6
Garabacharya, Binaj (see also Gurubacharya, Gurbacharya) 93: 9-16 10
Garbarkowite, Paul 83: 12-2 11
Garber, John 76: 5-6 1
Garcia, Cathy 85: 7-9 6
-, Kathleen R
          83: 9-8 5
          87: 11-5 6
-, Mercy 93: 9-23 7, 9
-, Rena 87: 2-12 11
-, Sara 2000: 9-7 2
Gard, Arlo 90: 10-4 7, 8
-, Jared 2002: 10-17 10
Garden, H Joe 81: 10-8 11 (P)
-, Jim 71: 4-15 1
Gardena, Jerry 97: 1-30 7
Gardener, Paula 89: 9-28 8
-, Sheree 78: 11-30 3 (P)
Gardiner, Byron (see also Gardner) 76: 2-12 1
Gardner, Bob 73: 9-13 8
-, Byron (see also Gardiner) 93: 10-7 2 (P)
-, Daryle Jean
          82: 11-11 4
          83: 1-27 3; 4-21 1
          84: 7-12 7; 9-6 5 LTE; 9-27 2; 12-4 5; 12-13 1
          85: 8-29 6
          86: 4-3 2
-, Deb 79: 7-26 5
-, Dennis (see also Gardners) 84: 3-1 9
-, Franklin 73: 4-26 1
-, Jacqueline 92: 11-18 1
-, Jim 86: 7-24 5 (P)
-, Kay 71: 5-13 3, 4
-, Kelly (Kelli Jo)
          79: 3-29 1
          80: 3-13 1; 3-27 6; 9-11 7 (P)
-, Randy 71: 3-4 3
-, Rich 92: 9-17 7
-, Scott
          82: 10-14 9
          84: 2-23 8; 3-1 8, 10; 4-26 9
          86: 2-27 10; 4-3 8; 4-10 7; 8-28 9
          87: 2-5 9; 3-5 8; 5-7 7
          88: 2-18 8
-, Sue
          71: 4-1 4; 5-13 4; 9-16 1
         72: 11-30 4
Gardners, Dennis (see also Gardner) 83: 12-2 11
-, Susan 71: 5-13 4
Garey, Lee
         72: 11-9 8 (P)
         74: 11-14 5
Garfield, Jim 80: 2-21 1
Garing, Troy 83: 11-17 7 (P)
Garland, Eric 96: 11-7 2
-, Kendra
         98: 12-3 8
         99: 2-4 2
Garlock, Jill 71: 1-14 3; 2-4 3; 2-18 8; 3-11 6 (P); 3-18 8
Garman, Kent 2002: 9-5 1
-, Sarah 2002: 10-10 1
Garner, Jim 91: 10-3 5
-, Johnny 2002: 10-17 2, 9
-, Julyann 86: 1-30 7
Garnett, Kristine (Kristina)
         98: 2-26 2 (P)
         99: 12-9 2
Garnick, Heather 95: 2-16 2; 4-27 2
Garnitz, Richard
         75: 4-4 1; 4-17 3
         76: 10-14 1
Garnos, Kristin 81: 4-23 1
Garrels, Bruce 73: 6-28 4
-, Mark 83: 11-10 7
-, Marty 81: 12-3 4
Garrelts, Anthony 96: 3-14 1
-, Deborah 79: 9-6 5
-, John 92: 10-22 14
-, Kail 94: 11-10 11 (P)
-, Kathy 94: 11-10 11
-, Kyle 94: 11-17 9
-, Patrick 94: 11-10 11
-, Terry
         71: 11-4 6
         72: 4-13 6
Garretson, James 73: 8-30 1
Garrett, Delia 74: 9-19 1
-, Joan 77: 4-7 1
-, John
         75: 9-11 3
         88: 9-29 10
         91: 3-14 5
-, John Jr
         88: 9-8 15; 11-17 2
         91: 1-24 6
-, John S
         77: 3-17 5 (P); 3-24 3; 3-31 3; 5-5 4; 11-10 5 (P)
         78: 2-2 2 LTE
         79: 12-13 8
-, Ron 71: 1-7 7; 2-4 5; 2-18 8; 3-4 6; 3-18 8
Garrido, Jose 73: 10-11 5
-, Ken
          82: 6-24 3; 7-1 1; 7-15 5; 7-22 5; 7-29 1, 4; 9-9 4; 9-16 5; 9-23 8; 9-30 6; 10-7 5; 10-14 8
          83: 2-10 5; 2-24 9; 3-3 7; 4-28 7; 9-29 1; 10-13 11; 10-20 6; 11-17 1
          84: 9-6 5 LTE
Garringer, Luke 2002: 9-5 5; 9-19 5, 6; 9-26 4; 10-10 6; 10-17 6; 10-31 6; 11-14 5
-, Marty 77: 12-8 8
-, Marty 91: 5-2 12
Garriott, Kris 94: 10-27 2 (P)
-, Kylie 93: 2-25 5
-, Nikki Joe 93: 2-25 5
-, Robert 93: 2-25 5
-, Vernita 93: 2-25 5 (P)
-, Victor 93: 2-25 5 (P)
Garrison, Beverly (Bev)
          74: 10-10 3
          75: 7-10 1; 12-18 3
          77: 10-20 1; 11-10 1
          78: 12-7 5 (P)
          79: 2-1 5; 3-22 9
-, Deborah (Deb)
          0: 8-28 3; 9-4 4; 9-25 3
          81: 2-19 3; 4-2 5; 12-10 3
-, Edwin 72: 1-27 4
-, Gary 80: 9-11 10
-, George 92: 11-12 1
-, Jack B
          71: 2-18 5, 6 (P); 3-11 4; 3-18 1; 3-25 1; 5-13 3; 7-1 1; 7-29 1; 9-16 6; 10-28 3; 11-11 1,
                  3; 11-18 1
          72: 4-6 3; 4-13 1; 4-20 1; 6-22 4; 7-13 1; 8-31 6; 9-7 3; 9-21 1; 10-12 1 (P); 10-19 9; 10-
                  26 1
          73: 1-11 1; 1-18 3; 2-1 1 (P); 4-12 5; 4-26 1; 9-13 1; 9-20 4; 9-27 9; 10-4 1, 8; 11-7 8
          74: 1-31 2; 2-7 3; 4-4 4; 6-27 3; 7-18 1; 10-24 4; 12-5 1
          75: 1-23 4; 1-30 3; 2-6 1; 2-27 1; 10-9 3; 10-30 3; 11-13 4
        76: 2-26 3
        77: 1-20 3; 2-10 9; 3-31 1; 7-14 1 (P); 9-8 1
        78: 2-2 8; 2-23 4; 3-16 3; 4-13 4; 4-20 3; 6-22 7; 6-29 6 (P); 12-7 1 (P), 6
        79: 2-1 1; 2-8 5; 3-22 4; 7-12 1; 9-27 1; 10-11 2 LTE; 10-28 4
        80: 4-3 1; 4-24 4; 6-26 1; 12-4 1
        81: 4-23 7; 7-9 1; 7-23 1
        82: 2-18 1; 4-15 1; 6-24 8; 7-29 4; 9-23 1; 10-14 3
        83: 2-3 4; 4-28 5; 5-5 4; 7-21 3
        84: 2-16 8; 6-14 6; 6-28 4; 7-19 4; 7-26 1; 9-6 15; 10-11 7; 10-18 11; 12-11 6
        86: 2-6 5; 5-8 5; 7-17 1; 7-24 1, 4 (P); 11-13 4
        87: 4-16 6; 7-23 7; 10-22 5; 12-3 2
        88: 2-11 1; 7-21 5; 8-4 4; 10-6 5; 11-10 1
        89: 2-9 4; 4-6 12, 13; 4-27 2; 5-4 2; 6-15 8; 7-20 1, 2, 6; 9-7 12; 9-14 15; 10-12 10
        90: 1-25 2; 2-1 11; 2-22 2; 4-5 9; 6-21 2; 8-30 6; 10-4 6; 10-11 2; 11-15 12
        91: 2-21 1; 7-18 5
        92: 3-12 10; 10-1 4; 11-18 11
        93: 1-21 6; 2-25 9
        94: 4-28 6; 11-10 1
        96: 10-10 1; 10-17 6, 8
        97: 2-27 2; 3-6 4; 9-4 10; 10-9 6; 11-13 8
        98: 1-29 8; 4-23 8; 4-30 11; 9-10 9; 9-24 9; 10-1 9; 10-8 11; 10-15 11; 10-29 11; 11-5 7;
                  11-12 9; 11-19 9; 12-3 7; 12-10 13
        99: 4-15 4; 4-22 4; 9-2 1; 11-11 7
        2000: 4-6 6; 4-27 8
         2001: 2-15 4; 11-29 4
-, Jay
          80: 12-11 2
          81: Spring 1981 Encounter 11
          82: 6-17 Supplement 2, 4
          93: 10-21 11 (P)
          95: 9-14 2; 12-7 19
          2001: 11-1 10
-, Kerri 94: 11-10 1
-, Kevin
          87: 1-29 7; 2-26 8
          88: 1-14 8; 1-28 8
-, Len
          71: 1-7 5; 12-16 1 (P)
          75: 10-23 4
-, Mark 77: 12-8 9
-, Mary 89: 9-21 2
-, Ruth
          72: 11-30 8
          73: 5-10 4
          74: 3-21 8; 4-4 4
          75: 10-23 4; 11-6 3; 12-4 3
          76: 4-15 6 (P); 10-7 6
          77: 2-10 6 (P); 9-1 6
          80: 10-9 4
-, Terry
          79: 11-15 9
          80: 8-28 10; 10-9 10 (P); 11-13 8; 12-11 10
          81: 1-15 8; 7-30 8; 9-3 11; 9-10 10; 9-17 9; 10-8 5 (P), 10; 10-29 10; 11-5 8; 11-19 9; 12-
                  10 10 (P)
          82: 9-2 8; 9-9 8; 9-30 10; 10-14 9; 10-28 8, 10; 11-11 9; 11-18 7 (P); 12-2 4
          83: 4-21 7
Garry, Eddie 2000: 1-27 6
Garten, Kathy 71: 5-6 6
„Garth Brooks in…the Life of Chris Gaines‟ 99: 10-7 7
Gartner, Bryce 91: 1-24 5
-, Carol 88: 11-17 6
Gartner, Rick 79: 10-11 5
Gartrell, Bruce
          73: 9-13 4; 12-6 4
          74: 5-9 1
-, Richard 76: 3-4 8
Garvel, Dan
          95: 8-24 13 (P)
          96: 11-21 7
          97: 2-27 1
-, Kristina 97: 12-11 13
Garver, Curtis
          98: 9-24 7; 10-1 7; 10-8 8
          9