Spring Quarter, Junior Year (1998)
I was about the only one that didn't go on this spring break (don't really know
why). Here's SOME of who was there: top - Dan, Kim, Amanda, Neal, Rick;
middle - Brad and Andrea; bottom - Mike, Amy, and Eleanor.
Party at 402A: Josh and Dom keeping an eye on the keg.
Josh, Jason, and Domonic.
Jason and Eleanor getting their groove on. Jay never could keep up with
This picture's tough to see, but if you look really close you can see Huss
performing the much requested worm like only he can.
Alina and Cat in 402A. We never did have enough seating in that
apartment. We figured more people can fit in one place standing up.
Oney was always ready to break out some funky dance.
A beautiful day at Strouds Run: Amanda, Josh, Tanya, Neal, Rick, and Jeff.
Still at Strouds: Huss and Leake sitting above Big John, Harvey, Bednar,
and Hubox. With this bunch I'm surprised there's not a Frisbee somewhere
in the picture.
In the kitchen for Cat's 21st birthday at 119 Mill St. From right to
left: Rachel, Eleanor, Kristen, and their friend.
J.D., Rachel, and Jeff early on in the night at 119 Mill.
J.D., Rachel, and Jeff as seen through the eyes of anyone at this party by 1:00
Darlene, also of 119 Mill, and Jeff.
Jeff and Alina acting spontaneous during Cat's 21st at 119 Mill St.
And here's the birthday girl: Jeff and Cat shortly before things went
awry. It seemed the local law enforcement had a problem with the way
things were handled at the party, resulting in a trip for two to Nelsonville
I have no idea what I'm doing here, but I think it was during our trip to the
bank that night. A handful of us threw together a sum of money in a half
hour around 1:30 in the morning. I think the most props goes to Autumn,
who willingly contributed a chunk of the money mistakingly thinking that she
WASN'T going to get it back. We were all hopping in the car to head to
Nelsonville when she said something about it. Not surprisingly, I think
she felt better after learning the money would be returned.
Alina walking down Court St. as we try to make arrangements for the trip to
Nelsonville to free our friends.
If you look closely, you can see Cat in full stride as she embraces
freedom. It must have been about four in the morning when that door
finally swung open and Cat came running out to the car as we all cheered her on
and took pictures. I know, nice friends.
Darlene after being liberated from her short stay in Nelsonville. It was
pushing 4:30 by the time we got out of there.
The next night we had a little get-together at our apartment so the girls could
just chill without sweating the night before: Jeff and Cat in 402A.
Alright, I know three of these guys, anyways: Dennis, Nick, and Scott with
some other hoodlums.
Mort, Monica, Heather, and Tom hanging out in 402A.
Alina breaking it down.
Tracy and Mary on the balcony outside our apartment.
And the table enduring its normal abuse: Alina, Josh, Jasmine, and Huss