FRONT ROW: Faye Brown, Maris Reynolds, Eleanor Abolafia, Linda Johlke, Elizabeth Hanley, Mary Ann Brenner. SECOND ROW: Kathy Walker, Martha Harding,
Dorothy Bayer, Connie Lopez, Becky Bell, Carol Pendergrass, Lydia Hartman. BACK
ROW: Betty Neuman, Janis Williams, Kathy Coffman, Cathy Baker, Dora Gonzalez,
Mary Ann Hrncir, Barbara Kipgen, Sandra Garcia, Rondena Beckham.
Uniting women pharmacy students,
Kappa Epsilon's aims are four-fold:
to create rapport between faculty and
students, to stimulate a desire for high
scholarship, to foster professional consciousness, and to provide a bond of
interest and friendship.
To achieve these purposes, KE holds
two pledgings during the year and provides various socials for new and old
members to get together.
Major projects last year included a
directory of pharmacy students in the
department and a display for "National Poison Prevention Week."
KAM Shoots Photos for SA Exposure Weekend
As the only organization for students
interested in photography, Kappa Alpha Mu strives to create and improve
relationships between amateur and professional photographers.
KAM members receive practical experience in their field. Arrangements
are made with various other organizations who desire photographic work
at minimum fees.
As a major spring project, KAM
did all the photographic work for the
Student Association's Exposure Weekend. This was compiled in a handbook
distributed to over 500 high school
Michael Callaway, Bob Arthur, Bridgett Habenicht, Irene Salinas, Gary Pearcy, Lotus
Cherry (treasurer), Dud Fagan (president), Thorn Cammack, Edith Bell (secretary),
King Wong (advisor).