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University of South Florida yearbook. (1983)

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University of South Florida yearbook. (1983)
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Twentieth Century. (1983)
20th Century. (1983)
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9 v. : ill. ; 32 cm.
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English
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University of South Florida
USF Faculty and University Publications
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University of South Florida
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (1963/64)-no. 9 (1972).
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Vol. for 1972 lacks enumeration.

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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Page 1
    Title Page
        Page 1
    On the Move
        Page 2
        Page 3
        Page 4
        Page 5
        Page 6
        Page 7
        Page 8
        Page 9
    Student Life
        Page 10
        Page 11
        Page 12
        Page 13
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        Page 15
        Page 16
        Page 17
        Page 18
        Page 19
        Page 20
        Page 21
        Page 22
        Page 23
    Organizations
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        Page 25
        Page 26
        Page 27
        Page 28
        Page 29
    Academics
        Page 30
        Page 31
        Page 32
        Page 33
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        Page 48
        Page 49
    Sports
        Page 50
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    Closing
        Page 68
        Page 69
    Seniors
        Page 70
        Page 71
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    Back Cover
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Full Text

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1982-1983 20th Century University of South Florida Tampa, St. Petersburg Sarasota, Fort Myers On the Mov e j l

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2 /0n The Move

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Table of Contents On The Move . . 1 Student Life ............ 10 Organizations ........... 24 Academics ............. 30 Sports ................ 50 Closing ................ 68 Seniors . . . . 70 Since its opening in September of 1960, the University of South Florida has been on the moue USF has been changing constantly to provide an optimal environment for academic ex cellence Faculty, staff, administrators and students have been striving to make USF the unique school that it is and to support the motto, on Learning. On The Move / 3

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During the past 26 years many changes have occurred The population of students staff and faculty has increased from an enrollment of 2000 to one of greater than 25, 000. Acti vities interests and academic pursuits have expanded to meet these needs. 4 /0n t h e Move

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Buildings and facilities have grown and improved In addition to the main campus three branch campuses have been constructed in St. Petersburg Sarasota and Fort Myers to carry out the traditions and philosophies on which the University of South Florida was established. On the Move / 5

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With all this progress some things have not changed Many hours are still spent within the classroom and in studying Extra curricular activi ties are available to those who want to participate or just to observe. Students always will enjoy relaxing with friends and taking in the sun and attractions of the Tampa Bay area. 6 /0n The Move

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On The Move / 7

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The University of South Florida was conceived and constructed in the 20th Century and is meeting the needs of the 20th Century A look ahead indicates that USF is still on the move, progressing toward a better future. On the Move / 9

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STUDENT LIFE by: Danielle Hunt Student Life / 11

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USF Viewed Candidly The campus appears to be relaxing A student plays with a friendly squirrel. 12 /Student life

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Students enjoy a weekend party. The university has many unusual features. The splendor of the green surroundings and friendly squirrels attract many visitors. Students here possess a kind of spirit unlike other schools. The equality of the education and emphasis placed on learning is yet another characteristic of the university that Is highly publicized. A candid look at USF projects a true feeling of warmth. The flea market crowd enjoy the officer making a big splash. Student Llfe / 13

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Tampa Shows The Good L i fe Gayle Sayers Interviews famous baseball player for Channel 8 News. 14/Student Life

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Governor Bob Graham attends ground breaking ceremony. Representative Mary Figg chats with administrators. The area surrounding the university is one of Florida's fastest growing cities. Tampa, and smaller connecting cities, is becoming prominent in business, indus try, and tourism. The University of South Florida has been able to capture and par ticipate in some remarkable events. Such political personalities as Governor Bob Graham, Tampa Mayor Bob Martinez, and State Rep. Mary Figg visited the campus this year. WUSF celebrated an other year of service to the bay area. New centers were being constructed and opened for cancer treatment and elec tronic research. Tampa will continue its growth along with USF. The center for electronic development and research opens. Student Life / 15

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Florida Rocks Pat Benatar "gets serious" at Lakeland. The Who takes a final tour. 16 /Student Life Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones stop In Orlando for a concert.

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Journey rocks Orlando at Rock Super Bowl. Bruce Springstein, "The Bos ", returns. They excite us, arouse us, move us, amuse us. The screaming guitars and battered keyboards cause our hearts to race with electricity. The performers search through the gleaming spotlights to see the waves of faces, while the speakers shake with intensity, sharing the ear-piercing chords. A split second of silence, then the crazed crowd stomps and yells for more. Rock concerts are such a vital part of our life style. They are a source of pure entertainment. Billy Joel cranks up the Bayfront Crowd Student life/ 17

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USF Plays An Active Role Cheerleaders h ighlight an activity In the University gym. The crowd applauds the Bull Roast. 18 /Student Life

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The drama department presents the play "Ends and Odds". Every year, the university plans and presents a large number of activities. This year was no exception. Plays such as "Inherit the Wind" and "Ends and Odds" were performed. The traditional Children's Festival also took place. Laughter was the focus at the Bull Roast. The Student Government sponsored a large number of activities for the student body. Activities scattered the calendar throughout the year. Singers enchant the audience at the Bull Roast. Co-workers assign tickets to parked cars. Student Life /19

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The Camera Focuses On Lifestyles Studying Is often done outside. A group of students gather for a weekend function. In the classroom, journalism students work on stories. 20 / Student Life

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Friends stop to talk in the parking lot Fuzzy bear shares a smile at Flea Market. The camera focuses on lifestyles sur rounding the campus. The pictures show the laughter, the seriousness, and the si lence. From the Wednesdays at the Flea Market to the Sundays by the pool, the camera's eye caught it all. It illustrates all the different sides of the student life. Although there was a time for work, there was also a time for leisure. A day by the pool to get a suntan is an important activity for some students. Student Llfe / 21

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USF Goes To Broadway The New York skyline Illustrates the "Broadway" theme. Ql05 gets involved with students. Streamers add the final touch to decorations. 22 /Student Life

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Students decorate for the parade. Fraternities love a party. Spirit reigns over festivities. Homecoming was a time of festivities, spirit, and partying. This year, USF put on top hats following the theme, "On Broadway". Decorated cars and floats paraded around the campus with stu dents watching and participating. The Student Government planned activities throughout the entire week. It was a time when faculty, administration, and stu dent body became one to celebrate the days "On Broadway" Participants kick off the parade with a performance. Student Life /23

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ORGANIZATIONS

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I --26 /0rganlzatlons Student organizations provide the backbone of University social life. They create an outlet for social service and involvement within the University and the Tampa Bay community. There are over 200 different organizations formed to meet the wide variety of interests at USF. Includ ed in these organizations are those which are oriented to academic majors, departments, and colleges; groups which provide programs, information, and governmental experience; and, association of students with a common interest in specific ideological, recreational and technical areas of special concern. Afro American Gospel Choir Alumni Scholars Club Anglers Association of U.S. Army Auto Mai ntenance Club Bambooche Courture FAIR Fourth Forest Recycling Service Gay / Lesbian Coalition Green and Gold Club NAACP North Tampa Community Performing Allianc e Pre-Veterinary Club Progressive Student Union Raiders Science Fiction Arts & Literature Associat i on Senior Class Committee Society of Truth & Contrad ic tions Strategic Studies Group Student I nternational Meditation Society Sun Dolls Sunshin e Action Group Aikido Club Barbenders Club Bicycle Club Bawling Club Chess Club Chit o R yu Karat e Club Fencing Club Flying Club Frisbee Club Krishna Yoga Club Lacrosse Club Parachute Club R ugby Club Soiling Club Scuba Club Sports Car Club Table Tennis Club Tae Kwon Do Club Wado Kai Karate Club Yoga Club

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Academic Organizations Black Panhellenic Council Black Student Union American Studies Assembly Circolo Italiano Cluturale French Club German Club Philosophy Club Readers Theatre Guild Russian Club Black Business Student Organization Economics Dub Investments Club Management Information Systems Society Student Affiliate Chapter of APICS Student Finance Association Student Marketing Association Association of Childhood Education Graduate Library Student Association Microcomputer Club Physical Education Association Student National Educat i on Association American Institute of Chemical Engineers American Institute of Industrial Engineers American Society of Civil Engineers American Society of Mechanical Engineers College of Arts & Letters Council College of Business Student Advisory Board College of Education Council College of Fine Arts Advisory Board College of Medicine Council College of Natural Science Council College of Social & Behavioral Science Council Co-op Advisory Council Council of Honor Societies Engineering College Association Interfraternity Council Off-Campus Term Advisory Council Panhellenlc Council Sports Club Council Alpha Hall Council Beta Hall Council EZE Hall Council Gamma Hall Council Kappa / Theta Hall Council Florida Engineering Society IEEE Computer Society Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers Internat i onal Society of Hybrid Microelectronics National Society of Black Engineers Society of Women Engineers Fine Arts Forum Student Theatre Productions Board Affiliated Chapter of American Chemical Society AIME/ Geology Club Association of Medical Science Graduate Students Chemistry Graduate Student Council Minority Blo Medlcal Sciences Society Pre-Medical Society Society of Physics Students Student Microbiology Association Advocates for Social Work African Heritage Studies Association Anthropology Dub Pre-Law Society Psychology Graduate Student Exchequery Sociology Club Councils Organlzatlons / 27

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Honorary and Service Groups Alpha Epsilon Delta Alpha Epsilon Rho Alpha P i Mu Arts & Letters Honor Society Beta Alpha Psi Civil Engineering Honor Society Kappa Delta Pi Kappa Tau Alpha Mortar Board National Order of Omega Omicron Delta Kappa Phi Kappa Phi Phi Sigma P i Gamma Mu Pi Mu Epsilon Pi S igma Alpha Psi Chi S i gma Pi S i gma Tau Beta Pi Alpha Phi Omega Cause Circle K Diamondnettes NCAA Volunteers for Youth Paraprofessional Counseling Center Rehabilitat ion Counseling Association Tape Bank Service Women$ Peer Counseling Center Religious Groups Bahai Club Baptist Campus Ministry Campus Advance Campus Bible Fellowship Campus Crusade for Chr ist Canterbury Club-Episcopal Center Catholic Student Union 28 /0rganlzatlons Chabad Hous e Chr i stian Science Organization Fellowship of Christian Athletes Hillel Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship Latter Day So i nts Student Associat ion Lutheran Student Movement Navigator s Stud e nts for Non-Denominational Christ i anity Transd e nominational Prayer Group University Chapel Fellowship

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Sororities and Fraternities 7 Alpha Delta Pi Alpha Kappa Alpha Chi Omega Delta Delta Delta Delta Gamma Delta Sigma Theta Kappa Delta Sigma Gamma Rho Zeta Phi Beta Alpha Phi Alpha Alpha Tau Omega Chi Phi Delta Tau Delta Kappa Alpha Kappa Alpha Psi Kappa Sigma Lambda Chi Alpha Omega Psi Phi Phi Beta Sigma Phi Delta Theta Pi Kappa Alpha Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Chi Sigma Nu Sigma Phi Epsilon Tau Epsilon Phi Tau Kappa Epsilon Organizations Advocators of Persian Muslim Student Association Arab Student Union Chinese Student & Alumni Association Florida High School Model United Nations Intercultural Organization Model United Nations Muslim Student Organization Vietnamese Student Association Ambassadors Everywoman s Center Office of Student Programming Student Government Student Organizations Advisory Board University Center Activities Board Delta Sigma Pi Phi Beta Lambda Pi Signa Epsilon Sigma XI College Democrats College Republicans L-5 Society Libertarian Alliance Sigma Iota Kappa Young Americans for Freedom Organizations / 29

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ACADEMICS by: Julie Ganzalez Academlcs / 31

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President Brown The prestigious position of president of a state universi ty requires a great deal of time and dedication. President John Lott Brown fulfills these demands on a continual basis. Meetings and speeches are only a part of the job as well as the annual graduation ceremonies and honor pro grams. President Brown, a psychologist and visual scien tist, came to USF as its third president in 1978. To con tinue to improve USF's high quality of education, Presi dent Brown is aided by a battery of staff members. 32/ Academics

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Vice Presidents TOP LEFT Albert C. Hartley, Vice President for Administration & Finance. CENTER LEFT Steven G. Wenzel Vice President for Employee Relations & Legal Affairs BOTTOM LEFT Daniel R. Walbot, Vice President for Student Affairs. TOP RIGHT Gregory M. O'Brien, Vice President for Academic Affairs. BOTTOM RIGHT Joseph F. Busta, Vice President for University Relations. Academics/ 33

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College of Arts and Letters The College of Arts and Letters in the Russell Cooper Building provides studies in culture in the broadest mean ing of the word. The college offers students a sense of themselves and their world through courses and pro grams involving human expression and communication. The college is made up of eight departments: American Studies, Communication, English, Foreign Languages, Humanities, Mass Communications, Philosophy, and Re ligious Studies. Foreign language groups, the ORACLE, the 20th Century Yearbook, and a language lab are housed within the college. There are eighteen fields to choose from to obtain a bachelor's degree. The dean of the College is James Strange. 34/ Academics

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College of Business Administration Chester H. Ferguson Hall with its unusual construction is home of the College of Business Administration. The building is mostly underground and has proven to be energy efficient. The college concentrates in the areas of Accounting, Economics, Finance, Management, Marketing, and General Business. Professional and honorary societies within the College enable the student to de velop both professionally and socially. Dean of the College is Robert G. Cox. Academics/35

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College of Education The College of Education places emphasis on students learning what is relevant for the world today and on getting deeply involved in their own educational process. Numerous educational societies and associations exist within the col lege for the student to join. On Saturdays, classes for excep tional students are taught by USF students. The annual Children's Fair sponsored by the college provides an enjoy able weekend for both the students and children of the com munity. The college offers 25 fields from which to choose a degree. Dean of the College is William Katzenmeyer. 36/ Acade m ics

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College of Engineering With the future of technological and societal develop ments ever present, the College of Engineering stresses a strong engineering foundation designed to equip the prospective engineer with a broad base of fundamentals. The College emphasizes three aspects of engineering: Activity, deisgn, research, and the operation of complex technological systems. Engineering Expo, an annual event, opens the college to the public through many displays and exhibitions. The College is composed of four departments which offer eight degree programs. Dean of the College is Glenn A. Burdick. Academlcs / 37

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College of Fine Arts The College of Fine Arts provides programs of study, theatres of practice, and programs of events for the university and the surrounding communities. The college offers the students an opportunity to enrich and enhance their creative talents. A broad selection of courses and degree programs are found within the departments of Art, Dance, Music and Theatre. Many students became involved in the Fine Arts Events program which features a variety of local talent, offers exhibitions and shows films. Fac ulty and student productions are performed each semester for the public. August L. Freundlich is dean of the College. 38 / A cademics

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College of Natural Sciences Students in the College of Natural Sciences are trained in methods of logical analysis and the modes of experimentation in a continuing attempt to better understand the nature of man and his rela tionship to the universe. The college offers pro grams in Biology, Microbiology, Botany, Zoology, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Geology, Marine Science, Mathematics, Medical Technology, and Physics. The programs are designed for students planning scientific careers in these fields or for those plan ning professional careers Involving the components of science. The college has a planetarium, a botanical garden, and a comstar satellite. Dean of the :ollege in 1983 was James D. Ray, Jr. 40 / Academics

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College of Nursing The College of Nursing is committed to the improvement of nursing and health care services through educational pro grams, community service and research activities. The program provides two curricula, one for generic students and another for registered nurses who are graduates of diploma or associate degree nursing programs. The practice of pro fessional nursing involves problem solv ing and decision making based on knowl edge from the humanities, natural and behavioral sciences. Dean of the College is Gwendoline R. MacDonald. A cade mic s / 41

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College of Social & Behavioral Sciences The social and behavioral sciences are concerned with human beings and their development, problems, behavior and institutions. The study of man helps the student to understand the world of which he is part, to become a more informed citizen and to prepare for a role in society. The college offers fifteen fields of study and students also have the opportunity to react and interact with people through the various organizations and honor societies of the college. Wallace A Russell is dean. 42/ Academics

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UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FORT MYERS CAMPUS Fort Myers From the Gwynne Institute Building to the new campus on the 55-acre site next to Edison Community College, USF at Fort Myers has come a long way. The new campus will share facilities with ECC. This regional campus previously offered only upper level courses In Business Administration, Education, Nursing, and Social Sci ences, as well as graduate programs in Business and Education. Lower level classes are being added to the curriculum making it possible for a student to complete all undergraduate requirements for USF on the campus. Linda Lopez McAlister is the campus dean. Academlcs/ 43

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Sarasota USF at Sarasota is located on a 100-acre tract which includes the former waterfront es tate of Charles Ringling. The Ringling Man sion now houses the campus library. US 41 bisects the area into the East Campus and the Palmer Campus. On the East Campus is the Hamilton Student Center which serves as the hub of activity for students and others in the campus community, day or night. Upper divi sion course work is available in Education, Engineering, Natural Sciences, Business, So cial Sciences and Nursing for a bachelor' s de gree. Several masters programs are also of ferred The campus dean is Robert V. Barylski. 44 / Academic s

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St. Petersburg Established in 1968 and originally housed in a former Merchant Marine train ing facility, St. Petersburg is the oldest re gional campus of USF and is undergoing extensive expansion and new construction. A new library, an academic instruction and administration center, and a utilities build ing were recently opened. USF at St. Peters burg offers upper level courses and bacca laureate programs in a broad variety of areas including Business, Education, Social Sciences and Liberal Arts. Master pro grams are also offe_red in Business and Edu cation. John Hinz is dean of the St. Peters burg Campus. Academics/ 45

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1983 Outstanding Senior Leaders Karen Brown Kevin A. Brown Laurie J. Budd Anne Chrisman Victor D. Crist Alina T. Diaz Dr. Judith A. Becker Dr. John R. Clark Dr. Robert 0. Clark Dr. Marsha V. Doyle Dr. Fredrick I. Eilers 1983 Faculty Honor Guard Judy E. Gay Sherry A. Robinson Debra Rose Jeanie Roth Sandra J. Swanson Gary Simmons Dr. Roy G. Francis Dr. William D. Haueisen Dr. Kathleen M. Heide Dr. Susan P. Homan Dr. David C. Shepherd Academlca/47

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Torchlight 48/ Academics

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Graduation Academicsf 49

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SPORTS Sports /51

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1982-1983 Bulls 52 /Sports

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The 1982-1983 Bulls ended their season with a record of 22-10. They had an impressive year, winning the Florida Four Tournament for the second year. The Bulls also gained national recognition by receiving a bid to the National Invitational Tournament. The team met the Fordham Rams but were unsuccessful. Coach Lee Rose feels they have come a long way, but there is still a way to go However, if there is a continuation of the support that was shown this year, the Bulls will surely give the fans something to be happy about. Sports/ 53

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Basket bulls 54 /Sports

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Sports / 55

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Baseball Youth and a mixture of new and exper ienced players was what Coach Robin Roberts had to work with for the 1982-1983 baseball season. The Bulls started off their season with a lot of challenges but ended with a record of 19-32. 56 /Sports

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Sports/ 57

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Women's Basketball Women's basketball was off to a great start at the beginning of the season at 7-3. Then the bottom fell out as the women entered an almost nonstop losing streak which plagued them for the remainder of their 9-16 season. However, hope still remains bright for next year's team. 58 / Women's Basketball

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t Softball The softball team' s outstanding 52-15 season was capped by winning the university's first national championship at the American Softball Association Tournament. The Brahmans recorded a 4-3 extra-inning victory over rival Florida State for the national championship. The team also won the University of West Florida Invitational after almost being forced out of the competition by losing to the host team. Softball /59

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Tennis Match after match, set after set, game after game, the men' s tennis team won victory after victory. The impressive display of talent, energy, and strategy led the team to an 18-8 season and the Sun Belt Conference where it took second place. The women' s team began on a poor note ending the first half of the season with a 3-10 record. Slightly brighter skies were in store for the second half of the season and the team ended the year with a 13-13 record. 60 / Tennls

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Volleyball The 1982-1983 Brahman Volleyball team started on a slow pace, but made a strong comeback by the middle of the season to even its record at 10-10. Head Coach Hildred Deese commented that the team had a lot of problems during the year including injuries. The Brahmans have high hope for a better season next year. Volleyball/61

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Cross Country Members of the cross country team placed second at the Florida State tri meet and the Florida Junior College Invitational as they continued the same excellent performances posted in the past five years of the team' s existence. 6 2 / C ross Cou n t r y

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Soccer At 10-4-1 the soccer team again had a winning season despite tactical errors and mental mistakes that hin dered the team's efforts and kept it from playing at the full extent of its capabilities. The team began the season with an impressive nine-game winning streak, knocking over such teams as Miami, Flagler, and Rollins. The team made it to the opening round of the NCAA playoffs where it was defeated by Duke University. Soccer / 63

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64/Swimmi ng Swimming The swimming team was in top form as the men and women placed high on an individual as well as a team basis. In the first meet of the season, four teen members of the women's team and two women' s relay teams qualified for nationals. r

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Golf The men' s golf team continued to de fend its Sun Belt Conference title while the women's team racked up honors by placing second at the Lady Tar Heel Invitational and the Memphis State Invitational and first at the Peggy Kirk Bell Invitational from which it went into the state championship. The women's team also captured second at the Lady Aztec Invitational which put them as the seventh ranked team ir the nation. Golf / 65

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Cheerleaders Provide Spirit 66 /Sports

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Intramural Sports Sports/ 67

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68 / Cioslng The 20th Century staff would like to extend its sincere thanks to the following people and organizations for their help and support in the production of this book: The Alumni Association Jim Crouch Phyllis Marshall Educational Resources Dawn Livingston Leo Stalnaker Adviser

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20th Century Staff Top Left: Editor-in-Chief, Julie Gonzalez. Bottom Left: Assistant Editor-in-Chief, Trey McDuffie. Not Shown: Laura Pinsky, and Events Editor, Danielle Hunt ... J Closlng / 69

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SENIORS Senlors/71

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ABDULLA M ALAWADHt Kuwait B S Mechan ical Engineering DAVID J ANDERSON Tampa, FL B S Chemistry LINDA L ARGENTINA Fort Lauderdale, FL B A ., Management 72/ Senlors Tampa, FL B A., P sychology LEE ALDERMAN Plant City, FL B A P olitical Science WILLIAM H ANDREE St. Petersburg FL B A Finance WILLIAM F ARMBRESTER Lakeland, FL B A .. Politk:al Science Tampa, FL B S Business M anagement DANIEL ALLISON Ventce, FL B A ., Business Administration DONNA J ANNIS Miami, FL B A ., M anagement LISA M ARMBRISTER Miami, FL B A Finance SUE E AMRON Tamarac, FL B A., EducaHon RICARDO U AQUINO, II M iami FL B A Management STACEY L ARNOLD Petersburg, VA B A ., Marketing ALLEN C ANDERSON Largo, FL B A ., History FRANCES A ARANGO Miami, FL B A Elementary Education RUSSELL E ARTILLE Parrish FL B A Political Science BRIAN A ANDERSON Lutz FL B A ., Bu.iness ANTHONY S. ARENA Madeira Beach, FL B A ., Accounting SYBIL A ATHEY Odessa, FL B A ., Elementary Education

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KIM F AUSTIN Lakeland. FL B A Arl MARY B BAILEY St Petersburg, FL B S Sociology GREG R BARRY Tampa, FL B. A Buslnns VANESSA AUSTIN R i verview Fl B S E ., Chemical Englnei!rlng MARY F BAINES Oearwater, FL B A ., Mass CommuniClltlons STELLA D BARRY St Petersburg, FL B A ., Elementary Education WILLIAM A AUSTIN R ivervie w FL B S.E ., Electrical Engineering ERNEST BAISDEN Baltimore, MD B .S., Civil Engineering CATHERINE BARTOLOTTI Tampa, F L B A ., Political Science ROBERT AVER Ill Tampa FL B A ., Elementary Education LORIA. BALONA Brandon, FL B A., Pol i tical Science LAURA L BARTON Tampa FL B A ., Mass Communications SCOTT A BACHER Tamarac, FL B .A., Social Sciences STUART BANDEL Clearwater, FL B.A Sociology KATHY D BARWICK Tampa, F L B S. W., Social Work ELIOT M BADER St. Petersburg, FL B A .. History RAFAEL E BARBARITO St. Petersburg Beach, FL B S., Computer Enginee ring VALERIE L. BASS Tampa, FL B A Sociology Senlors / 73

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STACY T BATIDES Dunedi n FL B A Marketing GERALDINE E BISHOP Brooksville, FL B A Poli tica l Scien c e 74 / Seniors MARILYN M BAYER Semi n ole, FL B A English NANCY M. BLAKE M illm i Lekes FL B A A dvertis ing DAVE C BEARDEN Punta Gonda, FL B A Bus i ness / Politica l Sci. FEREIDON BEMANIAN Tampa FL B S Engineer ing Pal m Harbor, FL B A .. Edu cation WILLIAM R BLAND Tampa FL B A Business Admini stration DOLORES M BEBLER Dover FL B A ., CCS MARTHA J BENITEZ Tampa, F L B.S. P o l itical Science Wint e r Park FL B A P sychology KIMBERLY A. BLANTON Clearwater, FL B A Market ing JOSEPH E BEIKIRCH Brandon, FL B A .. Social Science NANCY l. BENNETT Tam p a FL B A ., Criminal Just ice Tampa, FL B A., finance AMY J. BLEIER Hollywood FL B A Criminal Jus tice HAROLD T BElL St. Petersburg Beac h FL B A Account ing CAROLYN J BENTLEY Tampa FL B A .. Psyc h ology MELVIN S BLOOMBERG N M iami Beach FL B A ., Marketi n g

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MARGARET A FINK Tampa, FL B A Elemen t ary E ducalton RACHELE M FIRE Belleaor Bluff. F L B A., Socoology KELLY A FLEETWOOD St. Petersburg, FL 8 A Mass CommumcatiOM MAUREEN FINK Tampa. FL B .A.. Elemen tary Education LINDA J FIRTH Tampa, FL B S Finance JOSEPH J FLORES Redingt o n Shores, FL Theatre ELLEN C FINKENBRINK Nor walk. CT B A ., Elementa r y Educatio n JAMES L. FISCHER St. Pet ersburg. F L B A ., Business M anagement MARK R FLORIAN Tampa FL B A Education ROB E R T W FINLAY Tampa, FL B S M ar k e tmg KAREN G FISHER Tampa, FL B A Mass Commu n ica tions MARYELLEN FOLEY Dunedin. F L B A B;ology RICHARD J FIOLA St. Petersbu r g, FL B S ., Chemical Engineering EDWARD A FITZGERALD Dunedin. FL B A Speec h Co m munica tions BALLARD F FORE Temple Terrace. fl B.A .. Pohtical Science FLOREN C E FIORILLO S.yvolle N Y B A Health Education CHRISTINA M FLAHERTY Tampa, FL B. A Speech Communic a tion s ELLEN I. F O RSTER Sumter. SC B A Publ1c Relations Seniors/83

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I REBECCA K GERSHATER Tampa, FL B A Mass Communi cations DAVID A GLUCK Tampa, FL B A. A ccounting MARIA T GOMEZ -LOBO Puert o Rico B A English SUNDAY A GIAMBRONE Tampa. FL B A., Special Educat ion SUE M. GOLABEK Tampa, FL B A ., Social Science JULIE M GONZALEZ Valrico FL B S Me dical Technology l:AE Is BULLISH on USF ZENA R GOLAUB Jamaica B A Social Science JANA L. GOODMAN F o r t Lauder dale FL B S Nur sing ROBERT J GLADSTEIN Maitland FL B A Geology JUDY L. GOLDMAN Miami, FL B A. Criminal Justice JANET P. GOODMAN New Port Richey FL B.A Social Work JUDITH A. GEIGER St. Petersburg FL B A. finance BAILEY GLOVER Tampa. FL B A Sociology ANA M GOMEZ Tampa FL B.A., Mass Communications RANDI S GOODMAN Plant City, FL B A., Early Chi ldhood Ed. CYNTHIA L. GEIGER Longboa t Key. FL B A Finance Tampa, FL B A Education TAMARA T GLOVER Winter Haven FL B A Social Science MIRIAM M GOMEZ Puerto R ico B A ., I nternational Studies CA ROL J GOULD Englewood F L B S., M arketing Seniors/ 85

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DIANNE M HALL St Petersburg FL B A ., Health Educat ion CA ROLYN W HARFORD Tampa FL B S., Soc i al Studies STEVEN A HAUBENSTOC K Tampa, FL B A ., Business St. Petersburg, fl B.S ., Management Inf o Systems MICHAEL l. HALL Bushnell FL B A ., Bus ine ss Management SANDRA D HARPER Spr ing H ill, FL B S W., Social W o rk MACY A HEARNE Tampa, FL B A ., Business Marketing SUSAN D HANSCHE St Pet e rsburg, FL B A Political Science FONDA l. HARRIS Ruskin, FL B A ., Engl i sh ANNE M HEEB Ft. Lauderdale FL B A ., Accounting CAROL l. HANSCOM St. Petersburg Fl B A., Mas s Communicat ions BESSIE H HARVEY Plant C i ty FL B A., Soc iology KAREN M HEIMER St Petersburg FL B A., E lementary Education ROBERT W HANSON Lutz, FL B A ., English Literature KEIKO HASEGAWA Ft. Lauderdale FL B A American Studies JOANN K HELM Lutz, FL B A., B i ology AMY J. HARDIN Tampa FL B .A., Bus i ness Marketing LEE M HASTINGS Dyersbu r g, TN B S Bus ine ss Administrati o n GARY A. HENDRICKSON Largo, FL B A Business Administration Seniorsj87

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C OLLEEN A HENNESSY lutz, Fl B A., Business Adm i n i stratk>n NANETTE G HEWITT Lutz F l B A., Phys i cal Education DAVID L. HILFMAN Wash1ngton lA B S., F i nance 88 /Seniors EMMA J HENRY St. Petersbu r g FL B.A., Criminal Justice DIANA J HICKERT Clearwater FL B S., Chemical Engineer ing BONNIE J HILL Clearwater FL B A ., Phys1cal Education JUNE M HENRY Temple Terrace Fl B.A. English CHARLES R HIC KS Tampa FL B S ., F i nance PETER W HILL Tampa, FL B .S., Chemical Engineering REBECCA S HERBERT Mari on, l A B A .. Elementa r y Educa tion DOUGLAS A HICKS Tampa. FL B A M ass Communications JUDITH S HIRSCH Ft. Lauderdale, FL B S Chemical Eng i neering GREGORY L. H ERRMANN San Ant onio, Fl B S Mechanical Eng ineering MARIE S. HIC KS Orland o FL B A Political Science SANDRA E HOAG Tampa, FL B A., Elementary Educati o n JOAN M HETTINGE R Tompo Fl B A ., Social Sciences LINDA A HIGHTOWER Ft. FL B A., Political Science DEBORAH A HOBBS lokelond, Fl B A ., Learn Disabilities

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SUZANNE HOBIN L a k e Pa r k FL B A .. Adver tismg GLENN W HORAK St. Peter sburg, FL B A ., English / H i st ory BOB N H O W ELL Lan d O Lak e s F L B A .. Econ o m1cs JANICE T HODGDON Tampa FL B A Socia l Sc 1ence MELISSA J. HORDEN C l earwater FL B A Management V I C TOR D H UBE RT Largo, FL B A., General Busin e s s DONNA M HODRETT Tampa, F L B A. PhysJCal E d ucatiOn HARRY W HORNE Brand o n FL B A Biology KIMBERLY S HUDSON Centralia, IL B A ., Market i ng JOHN P HOGAN F o rt Pierce, FL B S ., E l ectrica l Eng i n eeri ng JAC K J HOSSMAN Tampo FL B S ., Engineering JOHN F. HUGHES Clearwater, FL B A., Marketing JANINE M HOLLAND Ft Lauderdale, FL B A Relig io us Studies ROGER L. HOSTETLER Sarasota, FL B S M echanical Engineering NANCY P HUGHES F o r t Myers FL B A Publi c R el ati o ns KATHERINE S HOLLAND Lutz, FL B A ., Psychology STEPHEN G HOUSE St Petersburg, FL B S Chemistry CHRISTINE J HUNT Plantati o n FL B A Crimina l Justice Seniors/89

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SHARON l. H UNT Venic e, FL B A Philosophy ( Poh. SCJ. B radenton, F L B A ., Emotk>nal H and icap E d u c. LINDA R JACKSON M iami, FL B A., M a r keting LYNN 8. JAHN Tampa, FL B A Psych ology 90 / Seniors DONELLA E HUNTER Miami. FL B A., Bus i ness Education WILLIE J JACKSON Fort Meade, FL B.S.W., Social Work RASHI R J JAIN Temp l e Terrace, FL 8 S Chemistry S COTT M HUTCHISON Tamp&. FL B A Psychology LEROY JACKSON. SR. Tampa FL B.A., Fine Art RUCHI JAIN Temple Terrace F L B.A .. M athematics KELLI R. INGRAM Dunedin, FL B A Exceptional Chi l d Educ SHARYN A JACOB St. Petersburg, FL B A P olitica l Science GREGORY J JAME S Bradenton FL B A Chemistry CHRISTINA MARIE IPPOLITO Columbia, SC B .A., Crimina l Justice JOHNNY A JACOBS Titusville fl B A Business LEOPOLD E. JAMES Safety Harb o r FL B S Engineering JULIANNE E ISLO M ilwaukee. WI B S W., Social W ork KENNETH S JACOBS T i tusville fl B .A., H istory CHRISTOPHER C. JANCZAK Fredonia NY B A ., Finance

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ASIM A JANI Tampa, FL B A .. Psychology DAWN D JULIAN Tampa. FL B A Physical Education KRISTINE K JANKOWSKE New Port Richey. F L M S.W Sot;al W o rk MARTHA l. KADER C learwat er FL B.A M arket ing KAREN A JEFFO RDS Tampa, FL B A ., Elementary Education ANASTASIA KAREGIANES H ollywood FL B A Speech Communications BETTY DEASON JENNINGS Largo FL B A., Fine Arts-Music EUNICE 0. JOHNSON Valrico, FL B A ., Business E ducation MAJID JOHN KARIMI Lutz. F L B S Math CHERYL E JOHNSON T ampa, FL B .A.. M icrobiology JACQUELYN J JOHNSON Temple T errace. F L B S ., Electrical Engineer ing MICHELE M KARJANIS Tampa FL B S Engineering Technology DANIEL J JOHNSON Tampa, FL GBS JOYCE l. JOHNSON Brooksv i lle, Fl B A .. Soc;ology PATRI CIA T JOHNSON Saras ota, FL B A F i ne Arts ELIZABETH A. KASPRZAK N ew P ort Richey, FL B A Accounting Seniors/ 91

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C H E RISE M KAUFMAN Inverness FL B S Criminal Justice SUZANNE M KENNELLY Lutz fl B A Mass C ommunicati o ns CATHY R KILPATRICK Tampa FL B A Marketing MICHAEL W KLEIN Tampa FL B A Mus i c 92 / Seniors LINDA D KAUTZ Pal m Harbor, FL B S., Nurs i ng DANIEL T KERR Lutz, FL B.A Accounting HENRY J KINARD, Ill Jacksonv i lle FL B A fine Arts Tampa FL B A Acc oun t ing CAROLYN D KEENE Jacksonville FL B A Speech C o mmunications BONNIE L. K ESLE R St. Petersburg FL B A Psychology IRA K KING Tampa FL B S ., Electrica l Eng ineering Scarsdale NY B A ., F i n e Arts EMILY C. KEENE Dade C ity, FL B A Elementary Education DONALD M KETTREY Winter Haven FL B S., Geology KERRIE A KING St Pe t ersburg FL B A Account i ng GLORIA J K ELLY St Petersburg FL B S ., C r i minal Justice DARRELL S KEY Lakeland, FL B. A ., History MICHEALROSE A KING St. Th o mas VI B S .. M icro b iolog y T H OMA J KELLY M e lbourne FL RHONDA F KEY Lakeland FL B A Psychology REBEC C A J KING Lut z FL B A I n t ernatio nal Studies

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KRISTEN D KOEHN Bradenton FL B A Anthropology GENE KORNBLUH Tampa, FL B A Broadcasting FRANCES S KOVACH Tampa. FL B A Political Science MARK E LA POINTE Lakeland, FL B S Elect r i cal Engineering J O SEPH W KOHLER St Petersburg. FL B A Bus iness Administrati o n JAME S S K O RPONAY Po r t Charlotte, FL B A Chemistr y ALAN H KRAVITZ N M 1ami Beach, FL B A Mass Commun1cations GINA M LAFAVORE Tampa, FL B A Account i ng BARBARA J KOLAR Tampa, FL B A Psychology DALE J. KORTU M Odessa, FL B S Computer Scie nce KARIS. KRUGER Largo. FL B A Business Administration BONNIE JEAN KOMINIK Lake Worth, LA B.A Learning Disabilities NIC K M KOULIANOS Tarpon Springs, FL B.A., M anagemen t DAVID J KRYSZAK Apo NY B A Geology GARY KOMPOTHEC RAS New York, NY B A Ma r keting ST E VEN PAUL KOURIS Tampa, Fl B A B;ology RAINER L. KUHN Sarasota FL B A ., M anagement E RI CA K KOPIT Pa l m Harbor, FL B A Busines.s /Marketi ng WILLIAM G. KOUWENHOVEN Fort M yers, F L B A M anagemen t I nfo Sys t ems CYNTHIA A. K URTZ Tampa Fl B A A ccoun t ing Seniors/ 93

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