Alcala Yearbook 1995


OLD TRADITIONS DIE HARD community without ,1 tr,1di– tion \Vouki lw like ,rn indi– vidu,1I without memory . And like memory in ,111 indi– vidual, tr,1dition hdps,1 com– munity to grow ,ind ,1ssimi– l.lte new experience in tl \N,lY which presen'L'S it's fund,1ment,1I intl'grity .ind idl'ntity." - Thom,1s I'. R,1ish , SJ

In the fin ,1I bdon' Presicknt Hughes· rdirL:nwnt ,ind the install– ment of ,l Ill'\\' presidL•nt, the whole USO community is forced to t,1ke ,1 close look ,it both it's tr,1ditions .ind it's futurL'. Likl' I'. R,rnsh s,1vs, tlwre ,ire ,1lw,1vs those tr,1di – tit;ns th,1t won't die-,rnd th,1t USD will hold de,u in it's lw,irt hirc\-er. The lmm,icul,1t,1, tlw crest, ,rnd till' st,1nd,1rdsof ,ic.idemicexcl'lkncc ,ire some of thL'SL' tr,1ditions . E\'en thoug h USD is on tlw brink of m,rny ch,rnges, tlwse ,ind many other tr,1 - ditions \Viii be tlw found,1tion which till' school will grow from . Wh,1t – e\'er ch,rnges tlw futun' m,1y hold , USD is biL'SSL'd with students, f,ic– ulty, ,ind st,1ff possL'Ssing till' wis– dom ,rnd initi.iti\'e to k,1d tlwschool to ,rn even higher level of L;xcelknce in tlw upcoming yec1rs. As we look the futun' promises many ch,rnges, yet no m.ittl'r wh,1t h,1p– pens our found,1tions will remain strong because - Old Tr,1ditions Die H,ud .

Left: P rhaps the most r cognizable symbol on campus, th e Imma culata repr e– s n ts th traditi ons of almost a quarter of a century of history at USO.

A members po e with Sister Lorch at the gra nd opening of Tradition , where the vi ion of the Crill 's renova ti on became a rea lity th rough many hours of hard work.

Th USO crest stands as a permanent reminder of tradition at USO to bo th res id ents and visitors.

Right: Dr. Hughes in 1986 Below: Dr. Hughes and his wife Majorie d ine with USO tudents a t the annual Family Weekend tailga te dinner.

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Above: Dr. Hughe poses with his w ife Marjorie and their four children on his first day as president in 1971. Right: Dr.Hughes with Bishop Leo Maheron the day of his installment.

All photos cou rtesy of the Uni versi ty of San Diego Archives.

Left: Dr. Hughes addresses parents in Shiley Theatre at the Parents Day Orienta– tion in 1982.

Below: Dr. Hughes describes the master plan for the Univeristy from 1985-1995. Most of these visions have already be– come a reality.

24 Years of Jrad/iion PRESIDENT HUGHES

e knew there was great po– tential here, but it has sur– passed my expectations in regard to where we stand today as a private institu– tion. Whatmakesitthemost

Report ranked USO as fourth overall among western regional liberal arts universities. In addition, they ranked USO ninth in aca– demic reputation among the top 60 regional campuses nationwide. No individual isasdeservingofthecredit for the Univeristy'sacademicintegrity, com– mitment to traditional values, and the close– knit community we take pride in today than our president Dr. Author Hughes'. Twenty-four years after Dr. Hughes in– stallment, the University has surpassed all expectations in becoming the prestigious institution that began as merely a vision in 1971. As he hands over the reins to a new president, Dr. Hughes' contributions to the growth and development of USO will for– ever be embedded in the foundations which support this prestigious university. The future is sure to bring many changes as well as the continuation ofUSD's high aca– demic standards, however the traditions Dr. Hughes has made a fundamental part of USO will never die.

fulfilling is that while it's easy to relate the growth in terms of budget and enrollment and faculty and buildings on campus, that growth has occurred along with a simulta– neous growth in the quality of the institu– tion." - Dr. Author Hughes In 1971, Dr. Author Hughes took over the reigns of a fledgling university, created through the merger of the San Diego College for Women, the College for Men, and the School of Law. From it's birth, USO was the object of high expectations. However it has surpassed even the visions created almost a quarter of a century ago as that potential became a real– ity. USO has earned a solid reputation as an outstanding private institution in Southern California. In 1990 U.S. News and World

Above: Dr. Hughes and his wife Marjorie dance the night away. During his term as president they were honored as Outstand– ing qtizens by Catholic Community Ser– vice m 1986 and are a Knight and Lady of the Holy Sepulchre.

NOT THE SAME OLD THING g In English cbss thl' profos– sor ,1lw,1Vs s,1id th,1t the opening p.u,1gr,1ph is to tl'II tlw rl',1lkr where you have nmw from ,rnd to givl',1 hint of wlwre you plan to go vvith

yZnir papl'r. This idl',l also ,1pplies to thl' opl'ning of this yl'.irbook. With ,1 look at thl' long standing traditions of 0-\\'l'l'k ,rnd tlw city of San Diego itsl' lf, Wl' Sl'l' soml' of thl' history and background of USD. Thl'se.iresome of tlw things th,1t rl'presl'nt the pres– tigious found,1tion th,1t USO h;1s built up through thl' ymrs. Still, ,1s we see the compktl' makl'O\"l'r of thl' Crilll' into Tr,1ditions, Wl' ,Hl' givl'n that hint of 1w,,· ch,rngl's that arl' st,uting to h,1ppL'n. In thl' upcoming Vt.'ars USD will go through thl'se changes th,1t will continul' to take it to new and highl'r st,rndards of excl'lknce. By using thl' foundation and tra– ditions th,1t h,we bl'L'n established, USD c,rn usl' what it already knows to grow up ,1nd bl'come e\'L'n stron– gl'r.


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Left: USD tudent smil e during ha lf– time, hoping the ni ght will end in victory.

Thewomen of Gamma Phi Beta come together to enjoy a rela xing afternoon at the

Julie Baumgarten and Kristen Hy le enjoy the Homecoming game with fri ends, despite the dreary wea ther.

Homecoming foo tball ga me.

Right: Freshmen take a break from shop– ping at the Alcala Bazaar to smile for a picture. Below: Freshmen enjoyed a Hawaiian din– ner and luau by the pool, while being entertained by authentic Polynesian danc– ers.

Above: Andy Kerr and Jay Parks ea t a good meal in preparation for their hula dancing dubut. Right: These guys show off their water balloons before breaking them in the wa– ter balloon to s.

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new place and assimila te stud n ts into the USD community. For many tud ents this was their first experience with USD's traditions. During this week fres hmen became acquainted with longs tanding trad iti ons. They met friends and teachers who will tay w ith th m through th ir years a t USD and be– yond. 0-Week p rovid ed students with a chance to become acquainted with USD, the Sa n Di go a rea, and other student .

rienta ti on Week is a USD tradition going back many years. Every fa ll incoming fre hmen are welcomed into the USD community

tram, and c okies and lemonade. Although 0 -Week is fill ed with time– honored traditions, ach student's experi– ences are d ifferen t and everyone gains something unique, whether it bean wly found friend , an ex tra-curri cular ac tivity to become involved with, a feeling of be– longing to th USO community, or m rely having survived their firs t week at col– lege.

with a week packed fu ll of Squa re Danc- ing, Field Day, a Hawaiia n Luau, the Alca la Bazaar, a boa t cruise of San Diego Harbor, Ca ino ight, and the Annual Sand Castle buildi ng con tes t. This fu n

filled week is intend ed to ease the transi-

tion from th comforts of home toa strange

Students are introduced to the library, the

Le ft: Bria n Pozzi and his 0-Week group how their spirit in competition to get in line firs t for th BBQ on Field Day.

Above: 0-Team lead ers, Michelle Shipp, Jodi Dawson, Tom Cosgrove (Associa te D an), Sasha Peek, icole Me ineo, and Jenn Hollar prove tha t they can have just as mu ch fun as the fre hmen .

Conveniently located near the campus. Presidio provide a place for man student organizati n to ponsor car washe

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Nico's is always ready when USD students get a case of the midnight munchies

Below: When the parties are over the fun is just beginning at the Pennant and Beachcomber as upperclassmen con– grega te there.

Left: One of the most popular ways to spend your cash plus– YPD delivers piping hot pizza to your door.

o some it is known as "America's Finest City," to others it is their home away from home, and to still others it is their native city. Whatever the case may be San Diego offers something for every–

one. For the outdoors person, San Diego provides both the climate and surroundings tha t allow any number of possibilities. Sports fans are sure to find a favorite in one of San Diego's profes ional teams. Balboa Park, the Old Globe Theater, the Zoo, and the San Diego Opera provide numerous cul tural opportuniti s. However aside from the big city life and tourist a ttractions, student from USD have found hospi– tality in local businesses and restaurants. Whether it be grabbing a midnight snack at Nico's, ordering pizza on your cash plus, or going south of the border for a n evening on Revolution, USD stundents have made their place in San Di go. They have found local hangouts they can call home.

Mission beach offers s tudents year round fun rollerblading, sunbathing, surfing, or a relaxing hideway.

Left: Greg Johnson shows hi true Torero spirit, by wearing various types of USO apparrel to the Homecoming game.

Below: To how their support for the USO foot– ball team, alumni and students fill the tadium and cheer the team to victory.

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Ithough the weather may have been dark and gloomy, the Home– coming spirit was in the air and the festivities continued. Many alumni came back to support their alma mater and once again cheer on the football team. Excitement generated throughout the stands that were specked with blue and white as the crowd waved pompom and banner to rally the team to victory. The

cheerleaders shouted cheers vibrating the stands and pumping up the fans. The Homecoming court shimmered with elegance as USO crowned a new royal court, which had been selected by their peers. It wa impo ible to escape the excitement in the air. The Toreros were pumped and hungry for a victory. Their desire to win showed in their playing as the Torero's silenced the Evansville Purple Aces with a 28-16 victory.

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Left: 1994 Homecoming King and Queen Noli Zosa and Gina Petelin were crowned at the game. Below: Just like in the game, the USO football team shows th y are a united force to be dealt with.

Vince Moi o growls at the competition.

1994 Homecoming Court - (Left to Right) Ray Tan, Lucas Haan, Steve Shipley, Matt Hill, Alex Villalobos, oli Zosa, Gina Petelin, Grace akpawan, Jenn McCann, icole Messineo, Michelle Cox, and Chri tina Dominguez.

Right: This years winners of the Deans Tro– phy were Alpha Delta Pi and Phi Kappa Theta. Below: Choral Scholars seranade the crowd.

The USD Torero, one of the football team's

Parents and students alike thoroughly enjoyed the game.

greatest fans.

Left: The crowd jumps to their feet as the Torero run th ball through the endzone.

While listening to the National Anthem, the cheerleader anticipate the opening kick off.

U D tudents as excited to get their picture taken as they are about the football game.

Right: The sports memorabilia case dis– plays USD's sports victories over the past 24 years. Below: Professor Terry Whitcomb care– fully arranges the O-Week display in Tra– ditions.

Above: Traditions is packed full of stu– dents eager to take a look at the new display cases. Rig11t: Students take a break from their work while creating Traditions to smile proudly at the worl< they accomplished.

"The Grill needed a persoriality, and USO need~d a place to celebrate traditions." - Tom Cos rove, Associate Dean

On October 11, 1994 the Grille was re– opened with a minor face lift. As it's name suggests, the new dining area "Traditions" celebrates just that- the traditions of USD. According to Terry Whitcomb who engi– neered the changes, "We thought about unique traditions...continuing traditions that are unique to USD.'' When the doors were opened at Traditions, students were met by new colors, banners, new furni– ture, and displays of USD memorabilia celebrating the traditions andhistory of USD. Left: Tom Cosgrove, Susan Payment, and Terry Whitcomb smile proudly in front of Traditions on its grand opening as their vision became transformed into a reality.

Sophomore Senators Dan Sengenberger and Eric Carroll prepare the USD banner to be hung on the wall of Traditions.

Dan Sengenberger and Dr. Terry Whitcomb evaluate the length of the ban– ners hanging in Traditions.

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Right: Dr Love and his entourage.

Above: USD gardener shows his friend the unique shaping of the bushes on cam– pus. Right: Peace is in the air as characters from all periods of history bond while waiting for the bus.

Left: Chicken Boy and Crazy Spoonhead Boy... Go figure!!! Below: Catwoman meets The Crow at Phi Kappa Theta's Club Dead.

Above: Big city meets small town .

Left: This year's Halloween was characterized by all kinds of costumes. A good theme for the weekend would have been "Ex pect the Unexpected."

radition is a word most will be more than familiar with when we are handed our di– plomas and enter the "real world" of adulthood-from a life ofrelative freedom living off of Mom and Dad, to an

entirely different one filled with adult obligations and the responsi– bility of making our own living. College is an experiencewe will look back upon fondly as a time of fun - "The best days of our lives." It's a time of parties, friends, first apart– ments, cramming for tests, and through it all learning lessons and responsibility an·d acquiring knowl– edge to prepare us for our lives be– yond USO. From the day we entered USO as frightened and excited freshmen, to the day we leave, the memories we made and shared will never be for– gotten. Whenwe look back in twenty years to what once was, memories will be all that's left of the times we shared, but our traditions will for– ever be embedded in the framework of USO, as we came, made our mark at USO, and now are ready to move on to place our mark on the rest of the world. Our senior year was in part spent fulfilling our academic careers, but mostly riding out the crest of the wave of our college experience, fi– nally breaking upon the shore with the sound of "Pomp and Circum– stance."

Left: Everyone is enthusias– tic for the senior class pic– ture. John Atienza, Mildred Medina, Bernard Casillan, Carla Zarbo, Marie Bermudez, Grace Nakpawan, Perla Sonico, Renelynne Porciuncula, Lynn Domingo, Rose Marie Albano, and Art Bascos grin in the name of senior spirit.

Christina Theiss, Stephanie Beckord, Ashley Thomas, Janine Maraven, and Tara Steinly - Friends Forever!

Seniors Ken Simeon and Brian Walsh are USD's latest promoters of the Hair Club for Men. They are trying the new folicle stimulation tehnique.

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ur junior year is filled with old traditions that we have enjoyed at USO, as well as the quest to make our own traditions and leave ourmark on USO.

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No longer lower classmen, we are well acquainted with USO's rich tra– ditions. It's small community has become our home for the past sev– eral years and as any community does, it has provided us with memo– ries, knowledge, and opportunities. However, we wish to give back to the community by making our mark at USO and making sure that the class of 1996 is not forgotten in the history of USO. From football games to tram rides...we did it all. We visited the Chargers and watched them defeat the Seattle Seahawks. We studied hard, but had a lot of fun along the way. As graduation grows closer, our junior year also faces us with deci– sions about what classes to take, what to major in, whether we want to go to graduate school, or where we can find potential jobs after graduation. Wherever we may end up, the traditions and memories of this year certainly will not be forgotten.


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Left: Ali Troy, Shane Neuman, and Megan Giunta s upported their sororities during the fe tivities ofUSD's annual Greek Week.

Michelle Shipp, Brad Kirn, and Andy entertain USO students and build up the excitement for the footba ll game during a tailgate.

Alex Villalobos and Nicole Messineo represented the Junior class on USD's 19941-Iomecom~~ourt.



Raul Aguilar Rosemary Aja Jose Albano Jennifer Bailey

Salina Bambie Steven Betrisey Christine Bevilacqua Theresa Blain

Joseph Brenckle

Mark Brewer

Julia Bridi

Katie Lively cheers for Gamma Phi Beta during Greek Week. This event is only a part of the week-long festivities of competition between all sororities and fraternities on campus.

Cherin Brown Edward Burns Brian Busby Enrique Capel

Joaquin Capel David Cho Alison Clem Lynn Collins

Francesca Colombi Mark Connelly Eva Cuetara Mona Cunanan

Tamara Dahl David Davelaar Jodie Dawson Elisabeth DeCoursey

Susan Dellio Joy Deutsch Ryan Dimaria Van Dinh

Anne Dold Rona Duran

Verna Fabella Johanna Fields

Maria Fischer Ana Luisa Flores Roberto Fogelbach Tiffany Giardelli

Tanya Gonser Gabriela Gonzalez Chad Halliburton Karen Harp

Stefanie Hayes Jim Helbron

Jennifer Hendricker Christina Hernandez

Janine Highley Elizabeth Hodges Patricia Hodny Brian Holmes

Yum, yum ... Nico le Mess ineo and Kass Ma niatis are relaxing at the football tailga te, happy that it was a success.

Christine Holmes

Katia Ja1nshidipour


Jolene Jaycox

Camille Johnson Dena Johnson Annemarie Kasperick Alicia Kemmi tt

Elizabeth Khan Jennifer Knuff Deborah Kunkel Stephanie La Baez

Maryam Levi Mauro Lince Katherine Lively Michael Livingston

Karla Lopez Rosalia

Lopez-Gomez Leslie Magnotto Lisa Maresso

Brandy McCormick James McCrea Jennifer McPherson Nicole Messineo

Elaine Milligan Michelle Monzon David Mullins Natalie Nguyen

Mark Noizumi Christine O'Connell Kimberly Ocampo John Pacheco

Jamison Painter Ronnielo Pait Katy Palmen Richard Papapietro

Angela Paraiso Josh Park Jay Parks Bertha Parra

Patricia Paulicano Joe Perez Ryan Pietranton Leonardo Pimentel

Kelly Prager Elena Prandoni Michelle Pratt Deric Prescott

Roberto Reyes Steffanie Ries David Rivera Cynthia Robinson

Angelica Romero Reymundo Romero April Rouge Lisa San Martin

Jennifer Scardina Volker Schriefer

Kirsti Serafine Brigette Sheils

DeAnn Stanek Christian Storm Roy Subrata Edward Suleiman

Paul Sumagaysay Dorothy Sze Heather Teichman Sarah Thompson

Suzanne Tibor Arthur Tresierras Sarah Trudell Jaime Valdelomar

Veronica Valdivia Opaul Vorachak Djuanna West Michelle Whiton

James Williams Shane Woolsey

Juniors Kirsti Serafine, Joe Br nckle, Katie Palmen, Cherin Brown and Celleste Jacob en enjoy an afternoon at Jack MurphyStadiumastheCharg– ersdefeattheSeattleSeahawks.

0 ur sophomore year is surely uniquefromanyother. Hav– ing already put a year at USO behind us, we have grown accustomed to the USO en- vironment. When we arrived at USO in September we began the year with a running start. In con– trast to our freshman year, we al– ready knew what to expect from USO, who our roommates would be, what classes we were taking and how to balance studying and fun. We had shared memories of USO, which made the year easier and acted as a common bond pulling us together as a class. With the com– mon fears and anxieties of our fresh– man year behind us, we were more quickly and easily able to settle into our lives at USO and start to really establish ourselves here. Some found their place in sports teams, clubs, positions on AS, o·r through Campus Ministry. What– ever the case may have been, we ventured out in the USO community and made traditions for future USO students to enjoy.

Left: Greg Johnson, Gina Dornan, Kelly Kreisle, Ann-Marie Richard, Charles Brooker, Colleen Engel,AshleyAdolph, and Chris Haase- hav– ing fun at the tailgate before the Charger vs. Seahawks game on October 30, 1994.

USDstudents are bombarded by Linda Vista kids Trick-or-Treating through the Alcala Vistas on Halloween.

Lucas Hahn and Michelle Cox were selected by their peers to represent the Sophomore cla son the 1994 Homecoming Court.

Trever Acers Gerald Acuna Chris Aeria Matthew Allen Aurora Alvarado Eric Anderson Jordan Armitage Alicia Atwood Jennifer Babic Steven Baratte Leigh Barrett Dennis Bartel Alexander Beaton Peter Bennett Catherine Bernardy

Alice Bettencourt John Binney

Amy Bistline Aaron Blumenkranz

Jeremy Boyer Karen Brain

Jason Evertson gives candy to excited children from the Linda Vista area who came to the Vistas to Trick-or-Treat on Halloween .

Chris Hasse, Tina Downing, Jennifer Ross, Kenton Haleem, Jeremy Long, and Andy Hensler enjoy food and fun at Sophomore Hungry Hour at Trophy's.

James Bunker

Sandra-Karin Bustamante

Bridgette Byrd Anna Cain Lorraine Camp Jennifer Carey Eric Carroll

Carlo Catalano Koh-Hsin Chang Kenneth Chapman Anna Chimowicz Sarah Coleman Jennifer Coler James Conda Colleen Crawford Daisy Credo Sara Cutsinger Luis Daffo Kevin Darr Christine Daigle Gary DeBora Christopher Denny

Best Buddies - Craig DiAngelo and Ethan Stein at Sopho– more Hungry Hour.

Sarah DeZurik Thanhson Dinh

Lainee Docken Gina Dornan

J ebediah Dougherty Susan Downing

Neysa Ely Colleen Engel Tamara Farsadi Rachelle Ferrari Marsi Filippone

Tracy Fitzner Dan Fockler

Michael Folkman Reginald Fouche Erica Fox

Lindsay Frame Robert Francis Monica Gabaldon

Krista Gallia Sarah Ganzer

Douglas Gilbert Margie Gomez Roberto Gonzalez Joseph Gorga Noelle Granich Brett Griffin Coquita Guerra Meredith Gunthorp Michele Hainley Duncan Hardy Marny Harksen Eleanor Heiler Randy Helmann Colleen Henley Shawn Hermes Steve Herring Brian Hillins Elizabeth Holman Zachary Howe Valentin Ivanov

Holly Jarrell

Julie Jencks

LisetteSoudant shows off her proud parents at the Parent's Weekend tailga te.

Gregory Johnson Leopold Jurado Kristen Kikuchi Kevin Kellar Susan Kendall Kristina Kim Megan Kelleher Kelly Kreisle Stefanie Kring Kurt Kuckein Julie LaBelle Season Leech Agustin Lopez Theresa Lim Dyronne Luarca Neil Lugo Miranda Maison Lilian Mamou Kristin Manion Carlos Martinez

Vanessa Martires


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Roger, Chris Clemo, Jamie Maloney, Trevor Houser, Ma tt Mulka, Chris Scofi eld, Wil Darling, Mike Polenzani, Eric Carroll, and Dan Sengenberger pump up spirit with andwiches and drinks before the Charger game at Jack Murphy Stadium.

Ara Anoshi ravani shows that the residents had as much fun as the kids Trick-or-Treating on Halloween.

Michelle McCambly Andrea McNeal

Shannon Mc Sweeney Olga Mejia

Susan Meyer Gregory Mitchell

Brian Moriarty Marla Murphy Paul Niebisch Carine Nguyen John Nguyen Angela O'Malley Antonio Onorato Lorena Orozco Santa Pecoraro Jason Petrig Klaus Pfeffer Ryan Phillips Todd Plutchok Sarah Powers Mannie Putian

Terri Conn and Sean Puckett take their sea ts with their families to watch the football game on Parents Weekend.

Richard Robbins

Jamie Ross

Jennifer Ross Sonia Sanchez Andrea Salnz Kevin Schramm Daniel Sengenberger Alena Shamas Lisa Shubert Joerg Sieber Heather Simmons Katie Sirek

Tasha Soroosh Alaura Soukthavong Ethan Stein

Jessica Stenger Alison Stewart

Jennifer Stewart Jonathan Stone Matthew Strauhal

Elizabeth Tait Jenna Tarpley

Kathleen Tavenner Derek Teaney John Thomas Paige Tippin Rufus Turner Suzanne Tweedy Jeff Tysor Mieke VanWingerden Michael Viola Phong Vu Gioia Wahhab Kristen Ward Jason Way Netanya Weininger Alicia Williams Jennifer Williams Margaret Winter Herbert Wood Mark Woodbridge

Stephanie Mascott,

ikki Graves, Kate Zaia, and Sarah Skibba look on as their sisters compete

in Gr ek W ek activities.


Left: Matt Everett, Ryan Patrick, Ben Bubeck, Pete Klein, Brian Proses, Bart Middich,John Murphey, Roberto Baggio,Matt Johndrow, Brian Hearn, Jeff Jacobs, Steve Parker, and Tim Metzler are joined by Jerome O'neil (Shaq's Brother) for another fun night in Maher.

Mackenzie Nichols, Allison Marsh, Carrie Schwartze!, Aimee Winters, and Tiffany Song take a study b,eak to pose lo, a pktme. ~

Veronica Cramer, Laticia Cary, and Alina Silvestre decorate Camino Hall for Christmas.

Michelle Abarientos Francis Gerald Abaya Andrew Abdelmalek Steve Abdelmalek Jason Acevedo Cory Acomb Jessica Ahn Karen Aja Brian Albano Sharifah Albukhary Marisha Alcala Todd Alcantara Madeline Algiers Mary Grace Almandrez Kari Ambrose Janel Amos Wendy Anderson Kazuyoshi Arai Curtis-Paul Arciaga Carrie Armijo Ryan Arredondo Shannon Artmann Lindsay Ayers Salomon Baldenegro Lara Ballis Alethia Bapis Suzanne Barker Ariana Bates

Joanna Baynes Amanda Beck Jay Bednar Mark Bella Dorothy Benson Michael Bentz Ali Bergeron Amy Berguson

Jonathan Bischmann Lindsay Blanckensee Tom Blankenhorn

Kiev Blasier Sarah Boies Heather Bourne

Sheila Bowman Brendan Bracken DeAndre Bradford

Ginger Brady Jaymie Braun Erin Bromley Carrie Brooks Emily Brown Rebecca Brown Jennifer Bryn Melissa Burke G.O. Burton Katie Busenkell John Byrom Hazel Cabrales Rebecca Cague Amy Calhoun Ian Callahan

Devin Cardoza Matt Carmazzi Amber Carter Laticia Cary Mike Casagrande Alison Casteel Carlos Castellanos

Gina Ceccotti


Justin Chang

Lauren Moore, Jeannie Arrinda, Kristi Howard, Kate McKenzie, and Marina Cordova share Thanksgiving dinner in the cafe with friends.

Malov Cruz, Janel Edwards, Griselda Lopez, Erika Ga rcia, and Gloria aranno suprise their fri end Decy Pina with a special treat on her birthday.

Grace Choung Justin Ciesielski

Ciaran Clayton Liz Coats

Katharine Cogswell Megan Coker

Danielle Coleman Mark Collins Mario Contreras Kathleen Conway Tearsa Coogan

Erika Cooper Nicole Corbitt

Raymond Cordano Danielle Cordova Marina Cordova Michael Corrales Adrianna Correa Darby Cox Gerard Cox Veronica Cramer John Cromwell Erica Crook Amber Cross Lori Cross

Daniela Cruz Nancy Cullen

Cynthia Dabish Michael Damaso Jill Davenport

Nathan Dayries Kristen DePalma Michelle Deasey Nicole DeLecce Chris DelSanto Megan Deming Eric Denault Adam Dernbach Nick DeSantis Amy Dharnidharka Delia Diaz Jennifer Dickmeyer Annelyne Dimarucot Steve Doan Christina Dominguez Kendra Dose Edward Downey

Joshua DuBois Dan Dufresne Grant Dull Naomi Dull

James Dunlap Jennifer Durst Magnum Economus Karen Edgar

Eleanor Edraisa Janel Edwards

Brian Egan John Egan Steve Eilers Christine El-Hamarneh Kate Elliott Jacob Emry Erin England Christina Erkenbrack Rachel Escobosa

Bryan Espiritu Garient Evans Rebecca Evans Matthew Everett Jennifer Fagan Deana Fahy

Antoinette Farrell Darcy Farrell Kimberly Farris Julia Farsadi Revelynn Feria Mary Ferrara Molly Finnegan Andrew Firestone Corina Fischer Alexis Florea Erica Flores Olivia Flores Dorie Flynn Bridget Fogarty Charlie Foltz Martin Fontes Kaycee Fortanasce Michael Francis John Francisco Christina Frees Erin Gallagher Jacqueline Gallagher

Erika Garcia Sandy Garcia

Karen Gardner Kendall Gaspar Shaun Gasparini Sara Gelinas Michelle George Mia Giacomazzi Douglas Gilbert

Todd Girand Lori Giurbino Rachie Go Maria-Alexia Godinho Eric Goldman Suzanne Gonzalez Christine Gostanian

Roman Gratteri Christina Graves Schaffer Grimm Lenny Grossi

John Grueser Alberto Guardado Nicole Gurash Casey Haeling Aaron Halby Brett Hanley Lori Hanley Mark Hanna Kristin Hanshew Daniel Harpe Alicia Harrell Pa trick Harris Brian Harvey Justine Hasinsky Ani Hastuti Jeffrey Haug Derek Hauser Kevin Hawes Staci Hemstreet Gretchen Henning Glenda Hernandez

Stefanie Hesse Jennie Hickinbotnam Jennifer Hilts

Angie Hilpert Elizabeth Himchak Jan Hlandy

Pilar Holley Kristi Howard Robert Howard

Jennifer K llett and Jodi Weller share a fun-filled evening of studying in Founders Hall.

Chiung-Wei Hsu David Huang Princeton Huang Amy Hughes Timothy Huss Stephanie Iasiuolo Rachel Ivanic Joy Iwanaga Karl Jablinskey Erik Jacobsen Kristine Jaramillo Shawn Jensen Stephanie Joens Cynthia Johnson Jenny Jongejan Susanne Jurboe Amber Kaimer Jodi Kaminski Eric Karakis Kyle Kashiwabara Jack Jordan Amy Joyce Jennifer Kellett Timothy Kelley Jared Keo Andrew King Nancy Knapp Amy Knoten Chris Koh Jennifer Kohnen Sarah Kolar Jami Koski Rachel Kowardy Steven Kul Christina LaBonte Ramon Lagos John Lamey Nicole Lamperis Christie Lane Mahealani Lau Carrie Kirk Peter Klein

Dan Lauder Jeff Leathers Joanna Lee Mayineng Lee Janine LeFeuvre Kristi Lethert Jennifer Levey Patricia Lim Laraine Lipori Kitty Liu Anthony Lok Jason Loke Anna Lombardi Miguel Lopez Stephanie Lott Chris Lowery David Lust Frances Mackenzie Rachel Maddux Jeremiah Maestas Michael Magnano Lily Mahoni Alison Maniscalco Martha Manrique Angelina Marquez

Adam Marr

Julie Martinetto

Another great night in Camino/Founders - Jennifer Kohnen, Ali Casteel, Laurene O'Malley, Anna Parkman, and Katie Vitek show that you don't have to go out to have a good time.

Camino-Founders is alive with the spirit ofChri t– mas as residents decorate before going home for a vacation.

Deborah Marx Tanya Mason Catherine Massa

Tina May Katherine McBride Brendan McCarthy

Mark McCarty Lisa McDaniels Judy McDonald

Steve McDonald Daniel McGovern Jason McKenna Mona LcLafferty James McLean Cerissa McPartlin Beth Meisnitzer Diego Mendiola Jason Mendonsa Raquel Mendoza David Merlo James Meyer Stacy Milazzo Jennifer Millard Valerie Millard Camden Miller

Jamie Miller Kristi Miller

Lauren Minto Zachary Missler Nathan Moeder Shanell Moffatt Patty Montoy John Montoya

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