The picture at the bottom of page 34 of the Fall 2012 Towers is probably from ’86, maybe ’87. Cathy Collins (first row, second from left) is probably the only theatre major pictured. I say ’86-’87 because Cathy, like me, was BFA class of ’89. Once we hit junior year (1988) there was very little time for extracurricular activity. This is obviously some sort of extracurricular group (possibly Campus Programming Board). I believe the girl in the front row, far left was a music major. I remember that she was very sweet and very active on campus. Unfortunately her name escapes me!
Michelle Thompson-Hay ’89
I graduated class of 1990 from Otterbein. The photo on page 34 looks familiar, as least the faces look familiar, and the location most likely was in the boardroom of the Campus Center. I believe this is the Panhel/IFC members in 1986-1987, the year I rushed and joined Kings. Upper left corner is Pat Baker (Zeta Phi); his sister Maria was in my class. Lower left in front of Pat is Tammy Rammelburg. Upper row, second from the right, is Craig Sutherland and I believe to his right is Tim Vorhees.
Hopefully this helps, and perhaps you’ll hear from others.
H. Ray Sheldon ’90
On page 34 of the Fall 2012 Towers magazine, you asked who is in the photo. Front row on far left is Mara Matteson, and front row far right is Angela Hoover Leckwatch. Both from the fabulous class of 1989!
Leigh Ann Inskeep-Simpson ’89
For the photo on page 34 of the last Towers, back row, L-R: Patrick Baker, Pete Klipa, Craig Sutherland. Front row, second from left: Cathy Collins, Tuesday Beerman (I’m almost certain), and on the far right, Angela Hoover.
Not sure of the year of this photo, and my spelling may be off a little, but I am fairly sure of those guesses, and I’d bet all nine of those folks are in the 1988 Sibyl.
Jean-Marc O’Connor, ’88
Sibyl Photography and Sports Editor, 1988
Editor’s Note: Alas, a thorough search of the 1986 through 1989 Sibyls failed to uncover the photograph in question. While we did not find the photo, we did get seriously nostalgic for the late ’80s. We can confirm that Tuesday Beerman Trippier ’89 is in the middle of the front row, as she used to work in the Office of College Relations (as Towers editor). Meanwhile, there is a new one to identify. Open the Archives page to view it.