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1987 Phoenix


George Washington L niverslty

Liorary

Special (jollections

Division


INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE

THE PHOENIX

Mount Vernon College

2100 Foxhall Road North West

Washington,

DC 20007

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Title Page 1


President Jane Evans

Alma Mater

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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,

Mount Vernon, O, Mount Vernon!

Through self to conquer all.

II

You give unfailing kindness

If trouble meets us here;

You foster all our pleasures

And make them seem more dear.

I^or time, nor care, nor sorrow

Can these fair days erase.

But they, with each to-morrow

Help

us new tasks to face.

2 Presidents Address

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, Mount Vernon!

Hold fast thy tender sway.

IV

The changing years may bring us

Some longed for dream of bliss.

Yet memory will cherish

A sympathy we miss.

In hours of joy or sadness,

Whate'er our need may be.

Mount Vemon, O, Mount Vernon!

Thy

children turn to thee.


Mt. Vernon 3


4 Convocation

1 . Faculty members look over an article before con- chapel. 4. A student and a faculty member preparing

vocation. 2. SR. class members line up to march in for convocation. 5. Srs. pose together after convocathe

chapel. 3. President Evans ahiout to enter the tion.


1 . Faculty members prepare to march in the chapel for

convocation. 2. Presenting Academic Honors, are

Dean Carroll, President Evans, and Reverend Johnson.

3. Delwering the convocation address is Dr. Elizabeth

Tidball. 4. Modeling senior robes are Mimi Maechling,

Louise Rookee, and Pam Widge.

CONVOCATION

Convocation is the official opening of the

school year. It is the first occasion for the

seniors to be recognized by wearing their caps

and gowns. The faculty

and administration

also dress in gowns and come into the cere

mony in a processional. The convocation ex

ercises recognize students with academic

honors and scholarship recipients. The cere

mony is held in the chapel and is conducted

with esteem and respect. Students approach

the upcoming academic year with enthusiasm

because of this tradition.

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Convocation 5


Welcome Back

Orientation week was filled with many fun

activities including the Welcome Back

Party at the Pub. There were many return

ing upperclassmen

as well as new and exci

ted freshmen. The Pub featured a band

called the SPARKPLUGS who played a

variety of music to suit almost everyone's

tastes. Many people were there from Mt.

Vernon as well as many eligible young men

from surrounding colleges.

The atmo

sphere around the pub seemed to be quite

cheerful as everyone talked about their

summers, past school years, and ex

pectations for the following year. The fresh

men, anxious and excited, mingled with

friends they had made during orientation

and new friends they

Overall, Pub night

had met at the Pub.

was a full success and

everyone had a nice time talking with

friends and listening to the band.

6 Pub Party

1 . Francis, Patice and Kim are among the enthusiasts

at the pub night 2. Mary looks like she's up to some

thing.

3. Solid Gold dancers! Put em on T.V. 4. Lee

Riddle and friend Joe are sitting back to enjoy happy

hour. 5. Dancing the night av^ay; Kitty and company fill

the dance floor.


L Kim and Bugs give the O-TAV to the photo

grapher. 2. Martha is more than happy to welcome

people to the pub. 3. Mary Carol, Allison, and their

friend Duane chat while listening to the Sparkplugs. 4.

Rcture Perfect! 5. Happy to be back the first pub party

brought old friends back together.

Pub Party 7


BIG

SISTER

LITTLE

SISTER

On September 19, 1986 many freshmen

and seniors gathered for the Big/Little Sis

ter reception at Peiham dorm. Many chat

ted about the exciting new school year.

Each freshman was given a pretty red car

nation. The final moment came when each

senior pulled

a freshman name out of a hat.

The other half of the reception was spent

getting to know one's big or little sister.

to find out that

Many students were happy

they had many things

another.

in common with one

8 Big Sister/Little Sister Reception

2. There is nothing like a hug from your big sister. 3. Senior big sister

Ann. smiles as she receives her corsage.


1. Tracey Jones worked hard to make the reception a

success. 2. Dani, Kitty, Caria and Danielle want everyone

to know how much fun they had at the reception. 3. The

search had begun for a big sister. 4. Freshman, Usa

Lackovic pinned on her own corsage given to her by her

big sister.

Big Sister/Little Sister Reception 9


The student life here is not

limited in any way. The on

campus activities such as fiag

football and soccer keep the

students busy. The on campus

pub, now called the Agora Club

specializes in happy hour every

Friday where students from

Georgetown, A.G., Maryland,

George Washington, and

others come to socialize with

Mt. Vernon women. DJ.'s and

live bands keep

entertained as they

LIFE ON CAMPOS

the students

sit back and

enjoy a few beers. It's a great

place to meet people. During

the fall and spring seasons, the

pool is a favorite spot

for those

10 Student Life

warm days.

Student life is not just limited

to on campus activifies. Since

Georgetown is right

road, many

advantage

down the

of the students take

of it. A favorite bar is

the Third Edition as well as a

number of other pubs

in the

area. Might life is not the only

reason students go to George

town. Georgetown Park is a

great place to get some shop

done. Students do not

ping

stop at Georgetown because

just a few miles away is down

town Washington, D.C. There

students can enjoy such sights

as the monuments, White

1 . Tracy and Betsy toast to the new year.

2. Cha and Bugs post with their new

found Inends. 3. Studying in the library

is common because of the noise in the

dorms.

House and the capitol just to

name a few. Another attraction

is the mall grounds which is

surrounded by all the Smith

sonian museums. This is a

favorite spot

when one has

some free time. The National

Zoo is popular among the

students as well. There one can

see the famous panda bears

Ling-Ling and Sing-Sing.

All of these attractions in the

area keep the students busy

taking advantage

of their loca

tion. There is so much to do

and see that it can wear the

students out All in all, student

life is in no way dull.

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Student Life 1 1


Candids

1 . Within

the first week the transfer students went dessert hopping to get to know

one another. 2. Barbara Gorski takes the opportunity to play with the camera while

watching the Ted Koppel show. 3. Getting to know new people the object of the pub

parties. 4. Relaxing before class this girl smiles for the camera. 5. Hey, Everyone

loves the camera.


1 . Eleanor Burke and friends sit and relax in the Agora

Club. 2. Heidi smiles for the camera. 3. Bugs says Hi! to

everyone. 4. Everyone that went to the Ted Koppel

show posed for a picture.


14 Candids

1 . Close friends by the first day Mara and Magda kept a

couple balloons to remind them of the first day of

school. 2. Lori wanted a few of the first fallen leaves of

fall. 3. At the International Buffet there was a variety of

foods to choose from. 4. Denise, Kim, Whitney and

friend want everyone to know what good buds they


I . Even the workers had fun at the first pub party of the year. 2. The field is a popular

place for both athletes and studiers. 3. There is nothing like picking up the first fallen

leaves. 4. Dean's List recipients received special honors at the reception held in

their honor 5. Dancing and socializing were the main reasons the first pub party

was such a success.

Candids 15


INTERNSHIP FAIR

The Internship Fair took place on

Wednesday October 8, 1986 in Post Hall.

This highly publicized event drew out many

students and about 15 employers.

"The purpose of the Internship Fair is to

provide students with an opportunity to ex

plore careers and internship opportunities

"

in the Washington, D.C. area, states Lucy

Hoffman, coordinator of career planning.

Ms. Hoffman goes on to say that "both

students and the organization representa

tives are benefited by the fair. The represen

tatives are eager to meet students and hire

them as interns or even part-time em

ployees.

"

Internships are extremely important to a

student's future career. Internships often

lead to a permanent position in a specific

field. They are rewarding jobs which also

give credit toward the student's degree.

All in all, the Internship Fair was a great

success. It generated a lot of interest out of

the students and gave them the chance to

talk with different representatives of various

fields.

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SENIORS

WHST i-a.ilVATION

Seniors


18 Seniors

Elizabeth Baron

Business Marketing

Ann Cefaratti, Staci Balasco, and Mara Moussoui (it's good to have friends)!!


Paige Canaday

'Comnnunlcations with Honors."

Ann Cefaratti

A thank you to all my friends and the memories the>

have made for me. They'll never be a place like the

Third Edition, Foxfield, or New York when we're not all

there together. 1 love ya'll.

To my mother and father who have constantly suppor

ted me in every endeavor I have encountered. I love

you both for the opportunities you have given me . . .

and your constant love.

Thanks Mom and Daddy! Love to Rob and my

Anthony, you too Phil (for babysitting). Dr. Qalper and

Peggy Trossen thanks for putting up with my big

mouth and excuses and for pushing me through

college. Gin. cef-bud, Phil, stress. 9-20-4, we studied

real hard, Matthewson and Frasinel! Sompsie and the

. . .

Galp. Barb, Joe, and Rob datsuns too! Staci, Curtis,

Allison (Cagney's) and Deb here's to late nights.

(early morning's)! Phil. Happy hours. Julie, we're

finished! Don't worry Gin and Unda your day will

come. Mount Vernon was a blast!

Seniors 1


Maria A. Contreras

Business Administration/

Information systems

Sara D'Agostino

Human Development

20 Seniors

Thanks Mom and Dad. Love, Marie

I would like to dedicate my page to Mom and Dad because without you none of this would be possible. I love

you very much.

In sober mind and state 1 leave the follov^ng:

Ginny you get the broom. Honor you get the crush, Linus you get a bigger appetite. Louise you get a potatoe

head. Lynn you get less spontaneity. Hardie you get a banana rang rang. Tina you get John. Amy you get more

days in a week for dates. Mimi you get me from the knees down. Lucy you get to give me your looks. Fonnie you

get my wonderful writing ability.

To all you guys we have had some great times! It wouldn't have been the same without you all, I'll miss all those

nights at the 3rd. Frantically waiting for our crushes to come in. By no I'm sure I'm . . . saying Roger? Roge'

who??? At least Id better be. Everyone keep in touch and I love you all!! By the way did we ever have that great

party we planned? Bye Bye everyone!!

P.S. The three lonely b will soon be reunited


Katherine Estes

Arts and Humanties

Cathy Gray

Mow we take our time so nonchalant And

spend our nights so t)oy vivant We dress our

days in silken robes The money comes the

money goes We know its all a passing phase

We light our lamps for atmosphere And hang

string of pearls,

our hop)es on chandeliers ... A

a foreign car to change our ... jaded ways

so

before we end and then begin We II drink a

toast to how it's been A few more hours to be

complete a few more nights on satin sheets A

few more times that 1 can say I've loved these

"

days. Billy Joel

Don Johnson, Mikhail Baryshnikov, Sam

. . . . . .

. . . . . .

. . . . . .

... Shepard and JC!!! Mexico ... Meeting

John Denver Internships on the Hill The

Presidential Dinner Tassos Allison and

Adam

D.C.

Georgetown and Washington,

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22 Seniors

Lauris Ann Jackson

Marketing

L.auris Ann Jackson and Paige Canaday, and a friend.

want to thank

After five years, I've finally made it! Maybe I'll go for another three?!? ... I

everyone for helping me t^urie and Chris for being such great roommates, Paige

and Sue for being great fiatmates, and Pendleton for being fuzzy and loyal. I especially

want to thank Mom, Dad, Jane and Big M, for believing in me and for London, Paigers

and Theresa for always being there for me, and TCB for giving me great memories and

for being you. I love you all!


Elizabeth Ann

Jackson

Business Administration

Maria Knutson

To Dave and Kristen Knutson to who 1 owe my degree

'To everyone who I've come in contact with these past four years

I thank you for all the laughter, tears, and

good times!! Especially to my family who without their love and support 1 would never have made it!! 1 love you

all!!!!

Dave and Kristen Knutson

Seniors 23


Dad, Mom, and Jeff: 1 couldn't have made it

wdthout you. I love you.

Special thanks to Sherri L Rose, who is not

only a top notch professor but also a good fri

end, and to my room-mate Diane Sanchez,

who shared with me very special moments. My

love to Mari, Cyntha and Peblo.

Maria E. Lenna Jeff

Thanks to Mom, Dad, Diddy, Bruce, Stan, Jan, Gran, Bye to Donna, Mana, Dr Galper, and my good friend Dr.

Mathewson see you in the working world Annie, Linda, Gin, Serrals, Dag, and Chris K mad women (Sub

human person).

I'm thankful that I learned so much while I was here . . . I'm thankful that I met so many good people while I was

here .1 am thankful that I had the opportunities 1 did while I was here ... 1 am thankful that I'm graduating very

soon . . . But most of all 1 am thankful to my Dad. Without his pushing, intuition, support, and love I'd have

nothing to be thankful for. Thank you Dad!!!!

SENIORS

Barbra Levine

Human Development

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Melinda Meeks

v.- VV..

Sue McDonough

International Studies

SENIORS

SENIORS

Seniors 25


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Kathleen Moran

Carla Murphy

Arts and Humanities

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Elizabeth Orlando

SENIORS

Rambo, President Reagan, an Arabian, and the Devil all out on

Halloween evening at the Agora Club.

Thanks to my friends and family, who have

demonstrated their love, and patience repeat

edly. 1 dedicate the success of my four years

here to the strength of my mother and father.

Seniors 27


28 Seniors

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I saw and felt what happened in Western Europe when

the Nazis were morning. You learn that politics is

woman Sala

everybody's business Congress

Burton

Nancy Pelosi SENIORS

International Studies

Nell Perry SENIORS


Virginia Scanlon SENIORS

Linda Vanderslice SENIORS

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30 Seniors

Rhiannon Cassady

Anna Maria Crabtree

Thanks Mom and Dad. potatoe and Jon.

think I know who Jonh Gait is Dad, he said.

"The road is cleared, we are going back to the world"

And then he raised his hand over the desolate

earth and traced in space the sign of the dollar.

The end.

P.S. There are no second acts in American lives.

F. Scott Fitzgerald The Last Tycoon


Honor Dentz

Arts and Humanities

Pamela Ann Wedge

Gold Key Student 1983 84

Jr. Class SecretaryATreasurer 1985-86

Judiciary Board Member 1985-86

RA 1985-87

Who's Who Among American College Students

1987

Inter at DNC for Vice Chair Lynn Cutler

Favorite Song

"The Greatest Love of All

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"Love. Life, and Energy.

Nothing that comes from the heart is ever gone

from this earth. All that matters is that you are my

father and I will always love you.

To all my friends, thanks for the love and the car

ing.

"

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Mary Clark

Felicity Colangelo Stacey Dell

Margot Dement Nelly Eskandary


Rita Bloom Kim Butterfield

Elizabeth Button Rosemary Campanale

Regina Chung

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Katherine Estes

Tanya Ferris

Kate Goodridge

Pam Ferrari

Ann Golden

Lakin Graham


Kimberly Halloran Christine Hartley

Amy Hutchins Heidi llgenfritz

Susan Jeffery

Jennifer Jennings

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Catherine Kimble Christi Jewett

Patricia Jones

Leslie Keller Siri Kent


Denise Mac Donald

Molly McDaniel

Kim Butterfield

Courtney Malone

Ann Larus McElory

Mary McGee

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Fionuala McGlinchey

Kelley Melendy

Teresita Medrano

Marissa Mercado

Laura Messina Valinda Miller


Margaret Norris

Allison Paladino

Kim Phillips

Aimee Norwood

Margot Peterson

Lee Price

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Molly Reed

Suzanne Rodiguez

Nancy Santacruz

British Robinson

Maureen Ryan

Adrine Schwartz


Natalie Sekaly

Debbie Spears

Missy Steiner

Shelly Smith

Abby Spencer

Teddi Sturgis

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Janet Sullivan

Patty Thomas

Elsa Travis

Amy Tenet

Dana Toukan

Catherine Tuccio


Kim Tyne

Kate Vaughan

Arika Whatmore

Victoria Vanloan

Becky Veller

Mimi Whitley

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44 Administration Lynn Canty, Phyllis Eisenson, Lynn Johnson, Barbara Gorski, Lucy Hoffman.


Faculty 45


The Admissions office works year round

recruiting students. They look for student with

must have

potential for success. "Prospectives"

good academic standing, an evenly distributed

class curriculum and extracurricular activities.

In recent years Admissions has been emphasiz

ing the importance of extracurricular activities

in their selection of new students. This provides

for a well rounded student: exactly what the

college wants.

Students come from all over the country as

well as many foreign countries. Each year the

office receives about 350 applications. There

are also a great many transfer students each

year. Because the school is nationally

recognized for its Interior Design Program,

many

their college

looking

women transfer into the school later in

career. The Admissions office is

for students that want an education in a

small, personal environment

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Mary Minners

The academic structure is very strong and based on two important

principles. MVC is a multi-disciplinary study program and an inter

disciplinary study program. These methods structure the curri

culum fiexibly: a student can create her own major. The Interior

Design program as well as the Human Development program are

two very competitive fields of study. Rigorous classes mixed with

the internship experience make for a unique professional back

ground.

48 Faculty

Art Cavanagh


Julie Stevens, Elizabeth Kaller, Phillis Eisenson,

Sharon Fecter. Jean Folkerts.

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50 Admissions

Av/ards Luncheon

Residence Hall Room Sign-CJp


Mary Margaret Savage, Mary Llaneza, Mel Williams, Beth Corter, Susan Barto, Shannon McCord, Monica Larrea, Jennifer Friedman, Cartney Malone, Lisa Lackovic Suzette

Williams.

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THE YOUNG

RGMBLERS

52 The Young Rumblers

Mary Whatmore okay you guys lets party.

Okay everybody let's dance

Okay Have 1 ever got a secret for you!

Wilder and Tricia chatting.

So how much is beer!

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Denise McDonald as Mic Jager being accompanied

the "Stones ".

by

Linda Vanderslice, Betsy Orlando and Buggs Hutchins

can we talk?

Lisa. Buggs, Trisha doing an interview for Follies.

Kim and Buggs

Follies

"Let me entertain you."

Follies was a great night of skits that no one will

forget! Even though

some would like us to!!!

Even Dean Donna got into a little impromptu act

ing. A spaghetti dinner and a funny show was a

great sendoff for Thanksgiving vacation. Thanks

Betsy and Bugs.

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54 SGA

Student Government Association


56 Tennis

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Friends 57


58 Campus View

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62 O.A. Groups

Whitney Moretz, Tricia Posey, Alyce Couf. Elizabeth Btake, Carolyn Kolb, Shannon Mouton, Bonny Davis.

Francis Betls. Anne Golden. Wilder Bishop. Ann Larus McElroy, Tasha Barclay. Laura Secord, Janet Sullivan,

Cameron Gruebner. Emily Gebhard. Mary Whatnnore, Meredith Slavitt Sara KEnny, Fionuala McGIinchy.

Franchesca Zuniga, Alice Corrigan, Emma Abnay, Heidi llgenfritz, Kelly Melendy, Margery Reed, Christine

Lesniak, Marette Cordoba, Larissa Kundanmal, Lesli BartletL


Orientation

Groups

Adriane Sch*qrtz. Kendall Losle. Karla Knowies. (Jnsil fHo. Magda

Fernandez, Dana Toukan. Jennifer Ratchford. Patti Thomas. Rosemary

Thornton. Lisa Balcazar. Rene Houghland. Toshia Emmereth. Stacey

Dell. Pnscilla Bishop, Mimi Whitley, Cathy Tuccio. Tami Willis. LaShan

Branham. Leola Holiday, Laura Bickel. Kim Halloran, lldi Wittmann. Meg

Morris. Katie Vaughan.

Kate Goodridge. Onana Vargas. Irene Alahouzos. Tncia Jones. Mikki

Kressler. Elizabeth Moeller, Marlene Everett, Kerstin Reweha.

OA Groups 63


Laura Secord getting ready for a night on the town

A spotless room

Beth Corter talking on the phone and doing homework wow!

Ann Leslie doing homework.

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Toshia Emmereth catching up on her reading.

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Dress for success.

Did someone call me? Beth Corter

Give me 10 minutes. I'm almost ready lldi

Wittmann

Give me 5 minutes. Im almost ready lldi

Wittmann

Jane, Allison. Charlie and Anne. yes this is dorm

life.

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Lee Ann Taylor getting ready for the day.

Kate Vaughan

Tasha Barclay and lldi Witman studying^!?

Ready to face the world.

lldi Whittman working hard on a design project.


Jane Casper doing her laundry

Allyson Avery almost ready

Clothes laid out and ready to go

Beth Corter just killing time by talking on the phone.

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Whitnet Moretz, and Heidi llgenfritz socializing at the

Agora Club

Suzette Williams, and Martha Spencer enter the Agora

Club for an evening of fun and frollic.

Hillary Schweier and

Rhonda Zoch

British Robinson and

friend having a good

time at the Agora Club

Lynne Canty, Allison

Gregory, and Barbra

Gorski just smiling

pretty.

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WINTER WEEKEND

Debbie Spears and

Leslie Bartlett model

their evening dresses

Suzette Williams and

friend take a breather

from all the action

Eleanor Burke and fnend

prepare to dance the

night away

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Martha Spencer and Friend

good time!

yes we are having a


Ann Golden and her friend Charlie toast the evening.

Erica Frank and Friend just taking it all in

Maria and Dave Knutson

Tracy Wallace and Friend

Jenna Jennings and Friend

Temple Patterson and friend smile honey!!

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Stacy Dell, and British Robinson celebrate the success of the Winter Formal

Lynn and Gregg Canty dance the evening away.

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Annie,

WE LOVE YOG!

Mom, Dad, Lili, Grandmother, Mommom, and Granddad

Mother, Daddy,

Patricia Minniece

WE LOVE YOG,

Laurie, Gresham, and Joe

Congratulations Janet

Congratulations

Cathy

and the Class of 1987

Mr. and Mrs. John B. Gray Jr.

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Dear Melinda,

My how you grew!

Congratulations and much love as you graduate

and start your new life.

Love,

John and Anita Meeks


May you be wise enough to know you only tapped the surface of

is unshak-

Congratulations knowledge, secure enough to know our love for you

Paige Canaday able, and sensitive enough too know that happiness and joy are

Who's Who Among Students in American Gniversities and all around you. Look no further than your heart

Colleges, Beacon Honor Society, Alpha Chi Academic Honors, With love and Pride.

Dean's List

Mom and Dad

Canaday 77


Congratulations Rhiannon

love Mom and Dad


Congratulations Beth

you made it!!

We love you

Mom, Dad, Steve, Tim, Laura, Bill, Kerry,

and Dee.


Senior-Junior Embassy Party

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The 1 986-87 yearbook Staff

Laura Bickle

Tanya Ferris

Lucy Anthony

Susan Jeffery

Allison Johnson

Caroline Burnett

Gail Reid

Melinda Meeks

Mimi Whitley

Katie Wilson

Lisa Lackovic Asst. Editor

Christi Jewett Editor

Mel Williams Editor

The yearbook staff would like to give special thanks to our very special advisor,

Lynne Canty.

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Sarah Russell

Congratulations Ann

Love, Mom and Dad

Procrastinating

Senior


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DONNA CARROLL

We dedicate the 1987 Pheonix to Dean Donna Carroll. Your years of committment to us as students have helped

You have gotten to know so many of us on a personal level. This kindness you

appreciately say

Thank you Dean Donna!!!

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