18.09.2013 Views

The Phoenix 1998

You also want an ePaper? Increase the reach of your titles

YUMPU automatically turns print PDFs into web optimized ePapers that Google loves.

-.4.

'Mf\^jf,M:^^

'

If

1 .^ S'

Pa^"5 S'^*i-r4^'- '^^ '-^- ^.i;f

^i

Mount Vernon College ^ '^-^iSjW

.?

sdV

f*^^-

1 '3^.vv.-"l--

tj -^A^*f ,^1.

1997-1998

-^^

>:!. aj-

^ivrf^T r c!y^^

^A*

^

b-'- '

"V

r\fe

1

'. . ^'

J-H^


Uc

VJcorgc Wasnington Lniversity

L.ibrar>

Oiieciai Oollections

Division


Alma Mater

Our Alma Mater glorious.

With loving hearts and proud,

We crown thee all victorious

And sing thy praise aloud.

In loyalty we serve thee

And strive to heed thy call,

Moimt Vernon, O, Mount Vernon!

Through self to conquer all.

You give unfailing kindness

If trouble meet us hear;

You foster all our pleasures

And make them seem more dear.

Nor time, nor care, nor sorrow

Can these fair days erase.

But they, with each to-morrow

Help

us new tasks to face.

Like Breath of Spring's fresh morning

That lifts the heart to song.

When courage droops and wavers

And paths seem gray and long.

Will come thy dauntless spirit

To help us on the way.

Mount Vernon, O, Moimt Vernon!

Hold fast thy tender sw^ay.

The changing years may bring us

Some longed for dream of bliss.

Yet memory wiU cherish

A sympathy

we miss.

In hours of joy or sadness,

Whate'er our need may be

Mount Vernon, O, Mount Vernon!

Thy

children turn to thee.


KITS


Time Line

Fall Semester

Table of Contents

Spring Semester

Live at Mount Vernon College

Award Notes

Student Body, Faculty, and Qubs

Class Notes

- We will survive after

We will go on

-

- the rain has stopped We

subsides.

once the sun rises over the crest -

2

4

18

34

40

42

44

will survive -

We

will go on

once the thunder

-

even as the

leaves change hue.

We will remember the strengths of our community. We will remember the bonds

we have formed

We will remember through these pages. We will remember through our song

-


Mount Vernon

1942

U.S. Navy 1944

takes over Mt. Vernon is

1868 1927 Nebraska granted "just

lilizabetli

Soniers

begins

teaching private

students in her home

Wa.shington, D,C,

1880

The .school moves

from Mrs,

Somers' home to

M Street

1913

Mrs. Somers named

President. Mrs,

Adelia Gates

Hensley named

Vice-President

1916

Miss Jean

Dean Cole

named Vice-

President

1923

Mrs, Hensley

passes away.

Miss Cole named

3rd President

The Junior

College is

established by

the Board of

Tnistccs as a

distinct unit.

campus "in tlie

interest ofthe

war

effort."

Mt. Vernon

searches for

compensation

for school

property" that

was acquired

by the U. S.

Navy

1875 1905 1914 1917 1924 1936 1943

Mrs Somers opens First recorded Mrs Somers retires. J\k school moves Mrs. Somers Ms. Cole resigns The institution re

tlic Ml Venion acceptances of Mrs, Hensley najned to Nebraska passes away. but retains status as opens in Spring Valley

Seminary collegiate course-work 2nd President of Mt, Avenue, Head-Mistress. by leasing leighborwith

Junior Standing by Vernon Seminary Founder's Day George W. Lloyd hood residences for

4 year colleges. Ml, instituted on named 4th student housing, class

Vernon Seminary was November 5 to President rooms, offices, and

one of tlie earliest honor Mrs, library. Classes were

institutions to have its Somers' 80th even held on the

collegiate work so Birthday. second floor of

recognized.

Garfinckel s

Department Store.


College Timeline

1945

The College

purchases 21

acres on Fox-

hall Road, then

purchases an

additional 5

acres ofthe

adjoining Gore

property.

ground for new

school broken

in November

1946

The institution

reopens on Foxhall

Road

1950

The U. S.

Navy returns

the Chapel

bell from the

Elizabeth

Somers

Chapel.

1961

Peter Pelham is

1965

appointed 5th President

of College.

The first session of Mt.

Vernon's Washington

Summer Program in

American Politics and

Government is held.

1969

Mt. Vernon

officially be

comes Mt.

Vernon Junior

College

1970

39 dogwood trees

are dedicated to

the College and

are planted adja

cent to the Chapel

1973

1976

Mt. Vernon is given

license to award the

degree of Bachelor of

Arts and the honorary

degrees of Doctor of

Humane Letter and

Doctor of Laws by the

Board of Higher

Education oftlie Dis

trict of Columbia.

Mt. Vernon College

receives its initial

accreditation as a

four-year college

1977

Dr. Victoria

Schuck is

named Mt.

Vernon Col

lege's 6th

President.

1980

Dr. Jane

Coutant Evans

is named Mt.

Vernon

College's 7th

President.

1990

Dr. Evans retires

Dr. Madeleine

Green is named

the Interim

President of Mt.

Vernon College

1991

Dr. Lucy .Ann

Geiselman is

named Mt.

Vernon

College's 8th

President

1993-94

Georgetown

University

loans Mt.

Vernon

College $6

million to help

it during

financially

difficult times.

1996-97

The George

Washington

University buys out

Georgetown loan and

purchases

Mt. Vernon College.

Dr. Geiselman

retires.

Grae Baxter is named

Interim President

1998

Mt. Vernon

College

renamed nie

George

Washington

University at

Mount Vemon

College

Campus.

There are only 85 women's colleges. In 1969 there were 224! 3


^& o

0

0 %i,

^

0 '%.

^

\

4


Rebecca

Linafelt

Dir, of Student

Activities,

welcomes

Students !

^omen Who Do More '9^

Student Orientation '97


Agora Pub Re-opening

The Agora Pub is officially re-opened by Interim President Grae Baxter.

Walter Bortz

addresses students

before they dig into

the food. The Agora

Pub was closed last

year and missed by

all. Students were

appreciative

it back.

to have


Convocation

A special

event for

Seniors

when they

don their

graduation

attire for die

first time.


In 1906, students were not allowed to take baths until two hours alter meals!


ollage

11


BSA, LULA, SGA-Halloween Bash

The cobwebs are gone

the license is back,

the pub is now open

so let's go relax.

The Halloween

party was a big

bash! Fairies,

gypsies, aiid angels

united to ward off

the ghouls of All

Hallows Eve.


Christian and David show their support with smiles.

13


The women

ofMt.

Vemon

College,

both

present and

past,

celebrate

the very

beginning

of this

institution.

:4,jtdg^^\:


-Tlie Holiciaj^

The holiday party was a

good time with good food.

Faculty and Staff treat the

students to all kinds of

goodies.

Music was provided

by Valerie Banks,

Mary Kent, Joyce

Javois, Tracey

Nicholas, and

Charlene Newsome.

Anne Valentine enjoys her

first holiday party.


Semi-Formal:

Amongst the beauty of Post Hall,

one can always count on Professor

Mary Buckley to get down and

with the students.

groovy


Silly Hatchet,

tricks are for kids !

In 1907, visitors of students had to bring a letter of introduction to the Principals of the

school from either her parents or guardians. 17


99 vVJ>?>v^^


MVC went to

Harvard to

participate in

Model UN.

Andrea

Donnally

received special

recognition.

r^

Won an

award at

Nationals.

21


77

Students

and

friends

showed

enonnous

amounts

of talent.


MVC and GW students enjoy a horse drawn carriage, a

bonfire, and pancakes made by Rico, on one chilly evening

Women who attend women's colleges tend to take part more often in and out of class.

23


A Night Under The Stars at Embassy Suites in Dupont!

February 20, 1998

Miss Somers wedding was attended by

Abraham Lincoln.

25


"^b

^ ^^^^^^^r^M^

Tbree Fisb 1

''^^^^h^T^i

tee Fish

_.

H i^^v' '^/.^\ *^ ^^^pm

S

1

^ v7y

x'i

^w

f"^ '^^B

^^Ai u^^^^ /^m

v,--^^^ ^^W-^

y +j

i'^

t' r>

:7.

ti<

Y

^ Too!


28

t

ex

t

r

I

c

a

y

Cancun

*

ZmiH^k^.^-

..


spring

fest

29


Tyson,

the Hatchet

editor volunteered to

be dunked at Spring

Fest. In lieu of a

Fiatchet article, a

Mount Vernon style

Playboy bunny visited

the campus.


One of every seven female cabinet members m the state level of government attended

women's colleges.

31


32

'Ceremony

Award

Recipients

&

Award

Presenters


ii:

^

M

m^-e

f

1

r A\

B^"

^ L

% w

*l ^

33


Graduates of women's colleges tend to be more successful in their careers.


Dean's List:

Arwa M. Al-Ali

Amanda C. Albuxy

Venus M. Allen

GuniUa A. Anderson

Ruba Bahareth

Elaine A. Baksmaty

Yordanos G. Belay

Nikova E. Bispham

Michelle Black

Hanna Bondarewska

Jenifer Carr

Seana E. CarroU

Jennifer

M. Childs

Heather C. Cobb

Princella C. Corder

Carolina Corredor Blair

Andrea S. M. Donnally

Nicole M. Doyle

Debra A. Evans

Michelle L. Gdbert

Harjinder

Awards at Mount Vernon symbolize the

quaUty and dedication of our students as

wAell as their abihty to perform above and

beyond. This years av^ards recipients

include the foUow^ing:

K. Gill

Ellen E. Giller

Ximena Goni

Jeimifer

N. Gorski

Needra T. Graham

Sheila Green

Abena S. Gyasi

Deaixna M. Hackworth

Lisa M. Hamar

Karcha M Hampton

LesUe R. Harris

Antonette P. Jackson

Jennifer D. Johnson

Tom K. Kenny

Anna C. Kujawaski

Kia M. Lee

Robm A. Mather

Judith

KeUeigh

A. Messer

A. Messer

Trisha M. Monroe

Jennifer

L. Monrow

Almagul B. Nurgaliyeva

Jessica L. Orgeron

Dana Pancoast

Lisa R. Payne

Kristen J. Pond

Monica F. Provencher

Robma Sabir

Laura L. Saxman

Abigail Schmidt

Jenny E. Schwarz

Staci N. Shuker

Rachel M. Staiizel

Kerridwen Stecuik

Keisha D. Sykes

Praniorn Tiewtranon

Leah B. Williams

Ana M. Zabaljauregui

Fatima Zafar

Honors Program 97-98

Venus M. Allen, Virginia B.

Bazar, Yordanos G. Belay,

Anne BeU, Nikova E.

Bispham,

MicheUe Black,

Hanna Bondarewaska,

Helen Brooks, Jenifer Carr,

PrmciQa C. Corder,

Andrea S. M. Donnally,

Michelle L. Gilbert,

Harjuider K. GiU,

Jemufer N. Gorski,

Deanna M. Hackworth,

LesUe R. Harris, Daria

Harrison, Amanda Hynds,

Wame Jallow,Toni Kenny,

Aisha Khan, Judith A. Messer,

Kelleigh L. Messer,

Trisha M. Monroe, Sabrina

MoreUi, Rashi Mundi

Mary Nyingi, Tamane

Pltmkett, Catharine D.

Ramirez, Lakeia

Roseboro, Kerry Ross,

Janienah F. Sahouri,

Christma Sanchez,

Jodi Sandvick,

Laura Saxman,

Abigail Schmidt,

Lakeisha Singleton,

Jessica Spraggins,

Kerridwen Stecuik,

Sowmya Swammathan,

Keisha D. Sykes,

Stephanie Surratt, Brook

WiUiams, Sara Wolak,

Ana M. Zabaljauregui


Mount Vernon also celebrates here students achieve

ments through awards and organizations that signify

excellence or commemorate an alum of excellence.

The following are the Awards and their recipients

names for the 1997-school year.

Alpha Chi Members: Jennifer Carr, Michelle Gilbert, Dana

Pancoast, Janienah Sahouri, Kerridwen Stecuik, New Inductees

are: Andrea Donnally, Harjinder GiU, Lisa Payne, Staci Shuker,

and MicheUe Vick.

Department Awards: For Academic Achievement in Studio Arts -

Amomrat Salorak,

Elisabeth Ldbkowicz Photography Award -

- Liberal Studies Award Anna

Doris

Addo,

Kujawski,

Hanna Bondarewska,

-

]ulia Heflin Performing Arts Award

- Florence Birch McElroy International Student Award

Mosley,

- Elisabeth Ldbkowicz International Student Award Reema

Sherri

Bandar

& Kumi Shoda,

- Award for Academic Excellence in American History Rachel

Stanzel,

- MATESOL Award Amanda McAndrew,

Ecellence in Business Administration -

MicheUe Vic,

Excellence in Communication -

Patricia Cavan Award in Communications -

Laura

Moruka

Ruzicka &

Saxman,

Judith Messer,

- Excellence in Computer Information Systems Dana Pancoast,

-

Excellence in Interior Design Joanne Newton(undergraduate),

-

Excellence in Interior Design Tracy Chff (graduate).

- Student Design Society Award MicheUe Gilbert,

Excellence in Human Development

Outstanding Intern in Human Development

Debra Evans,

-

-

Jenifer Carr,

Joanna Engstrom &

Ada Comstock Notestein Award for Excellence in Early Childhood

Education -

Outstanding Graduate in Early -

Excellence in Global Studies -

Excellence in U.S. Studies -

Amanda

Albury,

Childhood Education Micheal

Rawson,

Abigail Schmidt,

Rachel Stanzel,

George W. Lloyd Government Award -

Virginia Bazar,

Cathrine Ramirez,

Masako Kawasake Wittner Biology Award -

Excellence in Interdisciplinary Studies -

Kerridwen

Stecuik,

Who's Who Amoung Students in American Colleges and Unitversi-

ties (National Program)

- Anne

BeU, Hanna Bondarewska,

Jenifer Carr, Andrea Donnally & Bethany MiUer,

Chrissi McCutchen (S'61) Character Excellence Award -

Worthy -

Trisha Monroe,

Citizen Award Sabrina Morelli,

Eleanor Lansing Dulles Award for Outstanding Student Leadership

- Mahwish

Bajwa, JiUie Lamberti, Tamika Smith,

Jessica Spraggins,

-

President's Aimrd Bethany MiUer.

Dean of Students Award -

"^Wm

Women who graduate from a women's college are generally more philanthropic.


Freshwomen

Al Khahfa, Noora H

Al-Ali, Arwa M

Al-Bedrawi, Nourah M

Al-Hmai, Maryam K

Al-Khalifa, Arwa A

Al-Thukair, Ahmad M

Assongi,

Elame A

Aubinoe, Victoria L

Bahareth, Ruba M

Bajwa,

Mahwish L

Barren, Jennifer L

Barros, Sandra M

Benatti, Charles D

Benatti, Kathleen

Bemal Dolores

Bispham, Nikova

Borda, Maria P

Bratkiv, Meleinie

Brooks, Helen L

CarroU, Seana E

Coachman, Yvonne L

Cooper,

Wilshanna N

Cordero, Sheila T

Corujo, Ana C

Craft, Margaret J

CuUins, Lara

Dabady,

Daneeka M

Darden, Brandi 1

Darwish, Serena A

Ducharme, Collette

Dyce, Melissa J

Edmonds, Veresa L

Englehart,

Dierdra A

Fakhroo, Essmat K

Farrin, Stephanie E

Flagg,

Shania K

Fuller, MicheUe

Ghovanlou, Gitta

Gomez, IsabeUa M

Gorski, Jennifer N

Green, Tiffany

Hardy, Devon

Hatcher, Julie E

Huetter, Cassandra L

Jackson, Mary F

JaUow,

Jones,

Wame M

Loretta R

Jones, Tear

Kazmina, Tatiana S

Kehler, Jane E

KeUy, Sarah M

Kilfoyle, Fiona M

King-Galvez, Minoska E

Kloubec, Lori

Kraimi, Mohamed K

Kudrik, Christine

Lamport, Susan M

Lenyi, Leshe E

L^wis, Cynthia

Liu, Jessica

Mapango,

Martm, Christma F

McCrosky,

Aurore G

Sarah M

McQuillan, Maureen

Moore, Jennifer L

Moukalled, \adme

.Mundi, Rashi K

Nettles, Mundi M

Nigro,

Gina M

Nitayavardhana, Anusart

Nurgahyeva, Almagul B

Nwosu, Ihuoma J

'Shields, Jennifer

Pangelinan, Christine I

PameU, LaToya K

Patrick, George T

Paul, Rebecca U

Piggee, Quiana S

Pretto, Marissa D

Prue Janecia

Puchalski, Heather M

Robinson, Marcia T

Rosenthal, Genevieve V

Sanchez, Christina R

Sarakulwatana, Patima

Schwarz, Jenny E

Segura,

Luz H

Simmons, Annette

Smgleton,

Lakeisha M

Skanks, Heather A

Smith, Tamika L

Songowa,

Sata G

Speier, Jessica E

Stevenson, Latrice S

Stone, KeUy A

Swaminathan, Sowmya

Swaim, Camilla L

Sykes,

Keisha D

Taylor, Ebonie

Taylor,

Tameka L

Torres, Ingrid

Truman, Marcia A

Tucker, Janet R

Tungkaserawong, Aunyanuj

Villafuerte, Noelle C

Wade, Kathleen

Wahlang,

Waples, Sharon

Waples, Sheila

West, Ken P

Moureen M

WiUiams, Brooke A

Williams, Kameaka

Williams, Kewanda

Wilson, Andrea

Wolak, Sara T

Woodfm, Elizabeth C

Yingviriya, Tipsukon

Young, Leticia S

Zubair, Uzma

Sophmores

Adams, Frankie L

Al Badi, Maha

Al Khahfa, Rawya A

Al-Ewaemer, LaUa Y

Al-Hussem, Soukamea A

Al-Khater, Noora F

Al-Sabah, Ayesha

Al-Sabah, Noor A

Al-Warith, Fa'iza

Allen, Venus M

Anderson, MeUisa

Andersson, GuniUa A

Andrews, Trmidad P

Bacquilod,

Naima M

Baker, Abigail G

Baksmaty, Elame A

Bensimon, Aviva R

Black, MicheUe

Block, Irene O

Bruno, Jeanna L

Childs, Jennifer M

Curtis, Sharae A

Conrado, Karina V

Darante, Agnes L

Farr, Cathleen

Farraw, Karshia R

Finnical, Gwynne E

Florus, Shirley

Frazee, Elizabeth

Graham, Needra T

Golden, Cathlerine R

Hackworth, Deanna

Hall, Tamara

Hameed, Ghadeer M

Hazen, Sarah M

Hwang,

Loreen C

Izzo,Vanessa A

JaUad,

Jaszczerski,

Shaima K

Carta T

Jemiings, Quiana L

Johnson, Julia M

Johnson, Regina Y

Jones, Kicsha L

Kane, Kerri B

KeUy, Loralee

Liebes, Monica

Makhzani, Nini F

MazzareUa-Schiefer, Joanne

Mead, JuHe M

Meeks, Lanna A

Moarawi, knan M

Moarawi, Lama

Monroe, Trisha M

Oriolo, Francesca

Gum, Phaima

Poole, Ronald W

Provencher, Monica F

Ramos-Kohn,Ana Maria

Rangkawara, Tisana

Regalado, Cristina M

Rodney, Judith L

Roldan, Ines L

Sabir, Robina

Salaverria, Carmen E

Saleh, Ronald K

Schair, Alison B

Shapiro,

Erica L

Shirk, Andim

Smith, Aleesha C

Smith, PhyUis D

Southerland, Elvia C

Torre, MicheUe M

Tovachirakul, Araya

Victoria E

TrujiUo,

Turner, Letisha D

Vargish, Sharon C

VuUo, Robyn A

West, Melanie D

WiUiams, Noi S

Woodruff, KeUie E

Zelaya, Maria E

Junior

Adams, Ashley K

AdeU, Marjaneh S

Adikari, Mahesha M

Al-Ali, Lamees M

Al-IsmaU, Haya

Al-Omary, Layla A

AUiamad, Fatna M

AUen, Brandie 1

Andrews, Mia L

Arslan, Seda

Bandar, Reema


BeU, Anne L

BeU, Catherme

Bitar, Srreen S

Blanchette, Christine

Canton, Nicole L

Carmichael, Michelle N

Cho, Hyunjung

Cobb, Heather C

Comparato,

Pamela S

Corredor Blair, Carolina

Dawson, Jeimifer S

Dugan, Jennifer W

Eckert, Jaime

EUis, Titilayo O

Elmir, Hicham

Gallagher, Sona

Garvin, Adria J

GiU, Harjinder K

Gonzalez,Violeta C

Haigler,

Elizabeth A

Hamar, Lisa M

Harris, Leshe R

Heirrison, Daria R

Hinton, Yamma C

Howard, Kristen A

Hynds,

Amanda E

Jackson, Antonette P

Jarzabek, Aneta K

Jimenez, Jcqueline

Jones, Tanisha A

Kamioka, Natsuko

Kennedy, Kimberly P

Khan, Aisha F

Khan, Aisha F

Kinney,

Knight,

Lakisha R

Rhea A

Lazcano, Shannon P

Lewis, Doreen F

Lewis-Blocher, Susan

Lindsey, JaWuana L

Malasky, Elizabeth M

Malkin, Jennifer A

Masri, Dima Z

Mather, Robin A

Menjivar,

Miller, Bethany J

Monroy, Silvia E

Maureen A

Norris, Kathryn J

Nyingi, Mary W

O'Neal, Amy R

O'Quinn, Shannon L

Obeng-Bryant,Belinda G

Orgeron, Jessica L

Payne, Lisa

Plunkett, Tamarie D

Pond, Kristen J

Ray,

Anika N

Reidy, Kathleen

Rudzinski, Tatiana M

RuLZ-Truque, Katia

Seilarak, Amomrat

Sawyer, Lois M

Scypion, Ryann A

Surratt, Stephanie A

Tamesirichai, Nuttapom

Thomas, Shawnee L

Tijerina, Sandra L

Vainqueur, Marie E

ViUari, Benita L

Vinayak, Aristo

White, Allyson P

Widmann, Maria J

Williams, Leah B

Wilson, Deborah A

Yates, Tamica Y

Zafar, Fatima

Senior

Abebe, Luladey

Addo, Doris A

Adler, Deborah W

Al-Ebrahim, Najla

Al-Otaib, Hamda S

Albury, Amanda C

Assegid, Lily M

Barnes, Kim T

Bazar, Virginia B

Belay,

Yordanos G

Benjamin, Edris

Bitar, Khadijeh

Bondarewska, Hana

Boone, Blair R

Brackett, Jesica B

Burks, Khahlah M

Carr, Jennifer

Christian, Theresa L

Cole, Leona F

Donnally, Andrea S

Doyle, Nicole M

Ecevit, Gokce A

Engstrom, Joanna U

Evans, Debra A

Fainbraun, Andrea L

Gilbert, Michelle L

GiUer, EUen E

Goodman, Rhonda

Goss, Susan L

Grady,

Henry, Nina H

Hong, Sunyoung

Hyatt, Teresa C

Rosew^itha R

Johnson, Jennifer D

Johnson, Nataki S

Kakuyama, Yuka

Kanoo, Safia A

Kenny, ToniK

Kujawski,

Anna C

Lamberti, Juhe A

Lebischak, Staci N

Lee, Kia M

Lloyd, Dana A

Lucas, Lna V

Mack, Karen L

Mcllvain, Sheila M

McKenry, Margaret M

Messer, Judith A

Messer, KeUeigh L

MoreUi, Sabnna N

Mosley,

Sherri A

Murden, Llakim Y

Mustafa, Zeina N

Newton, Joanne E

Pancoast, Dana

Pineda, Hilda M

Ramiirez, Catherine D

Roseboro, Lakeia

Rosenbluth, Karen M

Ross, KerryM

Sahouri, Janienah F

Saxmann, Laura L

Scroggins, La'Shawndra

Segal, Harhe

Shoda, kumi

Shuker, Staci N

Smith, Caroline E

Spraggins, Jessica E

Stanzel, Rachel M

Steciuk, Kerridwen

Stone, Jacintha A

Venable-Fisher, Lena M

Vick, Michele S

Voogt, Angela T

Wcdters, Cecie

Welch, Christine A

Wharton, Monique

Yasuda, Yukiko

Yoshida, Maiko

Nathahe E

Young,

Zabaljauregui,

Faculty

Bruce HiU, 11. Hanita Blimifield, 25. Phil Bolton, 21. James Carder, 20. Rosemary Bohg, 5. Jan HoUack, 22.

Ana M

Behnaz Quigley, 20. Jim Burford, 19. Dennis ScheU, 13. Maureen Casamayou, 7. Pat Ortman, 15. Jim Hull, 18.

Milt Eisner, 17. Monica Heppel, 17. Nina Mikhalevsky, 18. Nancy Blossom, 10. Sharon Fechter, 13. Paul Ben

nett, 8. Joe Wnuk, 10. Natahe D-Hennin, 2. Mounzer Yazgi, 2. PB Garrett, 6. Ann Kennedy, 8. Deborah Guss-

man, 5. Dawn Greeley, 2. Jackie Frank,2. Martha Baiyee, 2.

Club Mission Statements: American Society of Interior Designers, Mount Vemon College Chapter

To foster an appreciation and understanding of the ideas and objectives of the Society and to promote and for

ward them within the territory of this Chapter. The Beacon Honor Society: The Beacon signifies the guiding

hght for others. This sovirce of strength yearns to capture and continue the strong individualism, integrity, and

morahty necessary to bind and preserve unity among our fellow beings. Black Student Alliance: To educate,

represent and promote the Black experience of the Mount Vemon College campus and the community; with

specific emphasis on the enrichment of women's education and issues. Mount Vemon College Campus Cru

sade for Christ; To help all students make informed decisions about their spiritual Hves and to promote a better

understanding of the Christian faith. CoUege Democrats of America, Mount Vemon ChaptcK We, the students

of Mount Vemon CoUege, in order to promote the progressive ideals of the Democratic Party, achieve high

standards of citizenship among college students, develop responsibihty in the individual, and foster involve

ment in the service of the community, do ordain and establish the Constitution of The Mount Vemon CoUege

Democrats of America. Gid Talk Christian Organization Constitution: The purpose of Girl Talk Christian Or

for Christians and those in

ganization of Movmt Vemon CoUege shall be to function as a rehgious organization

and discussion of the Bibhcal view of

terested in Christianity. Its activities shall be designed to provide study

issues pertaining to women and hving a Christian hfe, community outreach, foster relationships with other reh

gious groups, and provide support and encouragement to members and non-members. Health Science Club of

Mount Vemon Collepe: The purpose of Health Science Club of Mount Vemon CoUege

shall be to function as a

professional society for students in the biological sciences. Its activities shall be designed to stioiulate mterest,

scholarly attainment, and investigation in the biological sciences, and to promote the dissemmation of informa

tion among students in the health sciences.

-

La Union Latina The Latin Student Union: The purpose of this organization is to educate, celebrate and pro

mote the diverse culture of Latin America and Spain to the Mount Vemon Campus and beyond, with special

regard to its history, language and achievements.


the end...

Staff of Yearbook 1997-98

Anne Bell

Virginia Bazar

Jennifer Dawson

Andrea Donnally

Tanisha Jones

Bethany Miller

Jodi Sandvick

Noi Williams

Thanks to all who believed in us

and helped make this possible.

Women graduating from a women's college score on higher standardized achievement

tests.


::.* J,

s


'-M'l}

'V 'h

mm.

ymm

i '.'

Hooray! Your file is uploaded and ready to be published.

Saved successfully!

Ooh no, something went wrong!