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Dedication

This year we are dedicating the yearbook to the group of people

that have such a tremendous influence on us as students, the fac

ulty. Through all of the financial difficulties that MVC is facing the

endured a much heavier

faculty remains dedicated. This year, they

work load than previous years

in order to sustain the school and

keep it a free standing institution. The students are extremely fortu

nate to be taught by professors of such high quality. Through the

years they have not only been our teachers, they

mentors and our friends. The faculty members perform

beyond what their duty dictates. They always

have been our

above and

make time in their

busy schedules to give extra help or advice. The professors provide

the students with a warm, caring environment in which to develop

ideas and grow both intellectually as well as spiritually. The tre

mendous level of excellence sustained by the faculty makes at

tending college a fulfilling and inspiring experience for us all.

Therefore, the students would like to extend our profound appre

ciation to the faculty for your infinite devotion, your time, and

above all for sharing with us your knowledge, and always giving us

your care and concern. Thank you.


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Dr. Geiselman, whose appointment as

president of Mount Vemon College was an

nounced June 1 by the Board of Trustees,

comes to Mount Vemon from the California

Institute of Arts in Valencia where she

served as vice president for planning and

advancement since 1989.

The President

Dr Geiselman's professional background is

in higher education and management as

well as in instihjtional relations and fund-

raising. At CalArts, for example, she

planned and established an institutional re

lations program that brought both re

sources and leadership to the institution.

From 1985-1989, Dr. Geiselman was vice

president

the Eisenhower Medical Center in Los An

for institutional advancement at

geles. There, she was responsible for fundraising

and active in institutional strategic

planning. "The whole campus is delighted

by Dr. Geiselman's appointment as presi

dent, and we look forward to working with

her," says Board Chairman Ann Oliver (S

'63). "Her energy and vision for con

temporary women's education will provide

the forward momentum and leadership that

Mount Vernon needs to turn the challenges

of the new decade into opportunities and

growth."


President's Open House for students.


Classroom Shots


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Little Miss Muffet and his pal Lexa at

Look what we found at a GW frat party Friday the 13th party

Uh-Oh. 1 got caught using the copy En Vogue's fifth singer. Angela Taylor

machine. takes a break at the pub.


Strike a pose

Flash your thousand dollar smile.

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Good friends, Catherine Pyfrom and

Rissy Emmerth hang out.

Dance Fever Get down Ena!!

Many

a smile

shown by the

lovely women of

Mount Vernon

College.


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The Washington National Cathedral.


The Washington Monument

The Smithsonian information Center.

Mosaic in The National Cathedral.

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The Capital The Washington Monument


The Lincoln Memorial at night.

The White House at night.

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Wanted dead or alive, Lisa Soilas and Rosslyn Sebastian What exactly are you two up to?

Any top

secrets on that disk Gretchen?

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Margoc Fernald and Christine Hornick

having fun at the Senior Class

meeting.

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Anticipating graduation will make anyone smile Alexa, stylin' at the pub

"What did she say?"

Jennifer Saginor Amy Tumbull

Jennifer Stone Rosalind Lewis Abigail Brett Rhea Jones

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Adrienne Bailey

Class

of

1992

Sarah Barthold


Lisa Braunfeld Kimberly Brown

Jennifer Cashman Wendy Chalk


Kimberly

Coates Jennifer Edminston

Larissa Emmerth Margoe Fernald


Tracy

Heather Gormely

Flax Jennifer Eraser

Christine Hornick

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Jeannine Hortman Alessandra Jacks

Ena Jackson Meredith Jones

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Pamela Kelly

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Rene Maycock

Elizabeth Levis

Alexa McDonald

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Helen Morey

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Amy Morrison

Misa Okiai Ashley Poich


Rachel Pond Catherine Pyfrom

Michelle Sears Diana Sheppard

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Maura Slattery

Elizabeth Soilas

Kimberly Smith Gretchen Stahl


Jennifer Stone Adrienne Sutton

Angela Taylor Kimberly Williams

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Lena Al-Asfoor

Cristina Alexander

Kerry Banks

Jennifer Baskin

Kathryn Bernardo

Patricia Bevacqua

Anita Bhatt

Dana Bradfield

Abigail Brett

Gretchen Brown

Alison Burdeshaw

Holly Cochran

Kristina Feller

Kristen Perry

Patricia Garcia

Emily Gebhard

Arden Gladders

Amanda Gross

April Grubman

Bernice Hall

Amy Hayes

Heather Henry

Nancy Henry

Gabriela Hernandez

Rana Hightower

Hilary Hitchen

Johnanna Hofmann

Joni Holbrook

Patricia Holman

Lily Holt

Marianne ideboen

Seniors

Not Pictured

Sarah Jundt

Ashley Kauffmann

Lynne Kent

M. Kravitz

Rosalind Lewis

Alexandria Lind

Jacqueline Long

Anna Lopez

Debbe Lopez-Balboa

Theresa Luchsinger

Nicole Martin

Angle Mestman

Sally Miller

Maria Monies

Reena Naser

Cynthia Nelson

Reem Obaid

Kareen Okla

Carolyn Roach

JuliaAnne Rodda

Sally Ross

Jennifer Saginor

Sarah Smith

Rachel Snyder

Meredith Tiberii

Phyllis Trevor

Amy Tumbull

Debra Vickery

Sharon Wall

Margaret Ward

MerrieLouise Watson


Suga Shimizu Taricka Faunteroy

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What's so funny Michal? Shannon McKissack


Stephanie Bell relaxing in her room.

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Cheryl Williams

Sena Edes pertecting her ceramic piece. Jewell Goodman Christina Kolich

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Christen Smith and Michelle Sigoumey Rhonda Mendoza Maritza Villafane

Yancey Smith "The Phonemeister


Saskia gives Tammalyn a flyer

Below: Paula, Bebhin, Kristi, and Noelle

Weetie Haygood

Smile Mary!

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Who are you talking to Melissa?

Tammalyn, you look marvelous!

Saskia Hampe and Suzanne Brown, Wait, don't take my picture!! Becky, what ARE you drink

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Dr. Paul Bennett

Assistant Professor of International Relations

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Dr, Philip Bolton

Professor of English

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Nancy Blossom

Assistant Professor of Interior Design

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Professor James Burford

Associate Professor of Studio Art

Dr, Hanita BlumfleW

Professor Anthropology and Sociology

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Dr, James Carder

Assistant Professor of Ait Histoiy


Dr, Maria Carrington

Assistant Professor of Communications

Professor Jeanne Diehl-Shaffer

Assistant Professor of Interior Design

Professor Shad Ewait

Assistant Professor of Business

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Dr, Maureen Casamayou

Assistant Professor of Political Science

Dr, Lalith DeSllva

Assistant Professor of Economics

Dr. Sharon Fechter

Assistant Professor of Spanish and English

as a foreign language

Professor Bruce Crutchficld

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Interior Design

Dr, Milton Eisner

Professor of Math

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Dr, Alice Galper

Associate Professor of Human Development


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Dr, Jonnie Guerra

Associate Professor of English

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Professor Jan Hollack

Associate Professor of Physical Education

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Dr, Nina Mikhalevsky

Assistant Professor of Philosophy

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Dr, Bnjce Hill

Associate Professor of Health Science

Dr, James Hull

Associate Professor of English

Dr, Patricia Ortman

Assistant Professor of Psychology

and Human Development

Dr, Monica Heppel

Assistant Professor of Anthropolgy

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Professor Unda Kiisk

Assistant Professor of Interior Design

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Dr, Behnaz Quigley

Associate Professor ofBui


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Professor Gail Rebhan

Assistant Professor of Photography

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Professor Elisabeth Schilllnger

Assistant Professor of Communications

Professor Gary Zaccagnini

Assistant Professor of Computer Science

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Professor Sharon Ruth

Assistant Professor of Interior Design

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Dr. Lorely Shrlvastava

Assistant Professor of French

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Dr, Dennis Schell

Assistant Professor of Human Development

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Dr. Nancy White

Associate Professor of History

(faculty exchange)


Mary Buckley

Lecturer in Ceramics

Dr, Coleman Blumfield

Professor Alice Kopfstein-Penk

Lecturer in Music Piano

Caria Hubner

Lecturer in Dance, Coordinator of Performing Arts

Jewel Brenneman

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Dr, Marlene Lawson

Lecturer in Math

Professor Ann Schwartz

Lecturer in Communication

Part-Time Faculty not pictured

Linda Allison

Lecturer in Music Voice

Janet Auten

Lecturer in English

Man.' Battenfield

Lecturer in History

Michael Bennett

Lecturer in Interior Design

Darrin Blumfield

Lecturer in Political Science

William Cosmas

Lecturer in Communications

Mark Cramer

Lecturer in Spanish

Jefferey Greenhut

Lecturer in History

I-aura Hagmann

Lecturer in Business Administration

Ann Kennedy

Lecturer in English

Lawrence Lesser

Lecturer in Business Administration

Robert McDowell

Lecturer in Science

Ramal Moonesinghe

Lecturer in Business Administration

Professor Susan Kellog

Assistant Professor of Business

Mary Ann Hollingcr

Lecturer in Sociology

Rodney Oclschlager

Lecturer in Study Skills

Eugnia Scharf

Lecturer in Psychology

Richard Shyrock

Lecturer in Political Science

Marie-France C Smith

Lecturer in French

l-aurie Smith

Lecturer in Mathematics


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Registrar's Office

"Don't forget to sign for up

Gail A Smith

Assistant Registrar

Arthur M Cavanagh Jr,

Registrar

your classes."


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Dr. LucyAnn Geiselman

President

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William Lee

Vice President of College Relations

Charlotte Thomas Caroline Schmidt


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Janet Maalouf

Alumni Relations

Cathy Kinzie

Record Keeper

Polly Suny

Alumni Relations

Julia Koehler

Facilities Special programs

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Robert Bareikis

Vice President of Academic Affairs

1st Semester

Claudine Nash

Administrative Assistant to

Vice President of Academic Affairs

Academic Affairs

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Mary Minners

Assistant to the

Vice President of Academic Affairs

Joan TTiomas

Faculty Secretary

Jim Grey

Vice President of Academic Affairs

Second Semester


Jim Grey

Dean of Continuing Education

Susan Taylor

Admin, Assistant to the Dean of Continuing Ed,

Nancy McDonough

Michael F. Dei-Anang

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Julie Silverwood, Secretary to the Dean.

The Dean of Students, Peggy O'Hara,

Dean's

Office

In the Dean's Office we have dedicated

workers who are concerned with the needs

and wants of MVC students.


Dr, Rod Oelschlager

Center for Academic and Professional Support

Freida Kulish

The Writing Center

Valerie Keating

Counseling Center

Paula Emmerth

Director of Residential Life

Andrea Malkin

Career Center

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Kathy Pearl

Chief Financial Officer Senior Business Officer

Bill Stemmler

Vice President for Administration

Business Office

Ernest Chriss

Director of Finance/Controller


I'Dafncy Green

Assistant to the Director of Finance

Robert Blades

General Ledger Accountant

Prinda Komol

Accounting Assistant Payroll Clerk

Donna Nance

Accounting Assistant

Patricia McCarthy

Accounting Assistant Student Accounts

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Jennifer Henderson

Admissions Counselor

Sarah McVary

Admissions Counselor

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Office of Admissions

The Admissions Staff

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Kim Cantwell

Admissions Counselor

Lynetta Jones

Office Manager

Libby Sears

Director of Financial Aid

Meg Curlin Artley

Director of Admissions


Lucy Cocke

Director of the Library

Elizabeth Tegegne

Clerk

Anne Emery

Reference Librarian

Ruth Duvall

Technical Services Librarian

Library

Edward UndenA'Dod

Reference Librarian PT

Awmid Muhamad

Audio visual coordinator

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Otis carves the roast beef

Agora

Pub

Phil Duncan

Food Services Director,

ARA Services

Rico

Avton and Katie take a break.

Hilda

Students stop in for a quick bite to eat


Security

Major Larry Davis

Head of Security

Above left

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Officer Norville

Above right

Stark

Officer Jimmy

Opposite Officer Fulmore

M.V.C. Shuttle

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Maintenance

Larry Bemard Charles and Kenny

Housekeeping


Susie Mantooth

Mailroom Supervisor

Rhonda helps her mom on a busy day at the

campus store.

Convenience Store

Mr, Mendoza

Convenience Store Owner

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Charity Hardison

Diminutive in size but extensive in commitment to the health

care needs of Mount Vemon College

Computer Services

Health Center

describes the Student

Health Center, The center provides a variety of primary care

services, particularly womens health care. Evaluation for illness

or wellness, as well as health education programs are provided.

Irene Vangsness Physician Assistant and Christine Mclntyre Administi-ative Ass

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Carla Hubner

Executive 'Artistic Director

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Student Chapter

Peforming Arts

PERFORMING ARTS

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MOUNT VERNON

COLLEGE

Jane Anderson

Debbie Atwood

Mary Beth Evans

Laurie Farr

Regbe Habtemariam

Kathryn Johnson

Jennifer Kelly

Ariella Lerman

Jackie Long

Patti Mitchell

Helen Morey

Reena Naser

Francesca Neri

Catherine Sanders

Jennifer Sheehan

Stacy Vaughan

Janet Braun

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Back row, left to right. Janet Evans,

Hillary Raines, Chris Homick, Char

lotte Thomas, Saskia Hampe,

Suzanne Brown, Elizabeth Wells,

Anne Caeser, Cheryl Williams, Kim

Buermann. front row. left to right

Lori Stockon, Margoe Fernald,

Catherine Sanders, Jen Fraser,

Mary Rousseau, Rachel Pond,

Jewell Goodman, Adonna Miller

Student Government

Association

Program Board

Geopal Jones, Catherine Ktisli

Pyfrom,

Johnson, Maura Slattery, Teni Hartley.

Marci Hurley, Ali Raymond, Maureen

Walsh, Courtney O'Neil, Casey Vib

bard, Rhonda Mendoza,


Program Board and SGA Retreat

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Back row, left to nght: Trudy Antoine. Adonna Miller, Angela Mbogua, Advisor; I'Dafney Green. Rhea Jones. Angela Taylor, Ena Jackson.

Monica Biscoe, Monica Tish Taplette, Smith, Drita Hasani, Cara Massie Seated left to right: Yvonne Ranagan, Jewel Goodman, Tammalyn

Thomas, Michal Bethea, F


Yearbook

Leh to ri^t Editor. Catherine Pyfrom. Tracy Fkix, Janine Honey. Ena Jackson. Advisor. Lynne Marek. Rhea Jones.

Newspaper

Editor Larissa Emmerth

Larissa Holbrook

Rachel Snyder

Julie Thrasher

Alexander McDonald

Kim Williams

UllaHoikkala

Elizabeth Levis

Rachel Pond

Phyllis Trevor

Advisor Elisabeth Scfiilhnger

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Resident Hall

Association

House Councils

Hensley Merriweather

Pelham

Nicole Coleman

Knsti Johnson

Cara Massie

LaShavio Boozer

Catherine Pyfrom

Jennifer Tyson

Ena Jackson

Angela Taylor

Somers

Left to right Back row:

Catherine Pyfrom

Kristi Johnson

Scariett Sorey

Jennifer Tyson

Joy Jones

Bebe McNeil

Ronita Harris

Tara Edelen

Front row:

Angela Taylor

Ena Jackson

Melissa Alpeter

Janine Honey

Scarlett Sorey

Bebe McNeil

Joy Jones

Ronita Harris

Drita Hasani

Janine Honey

Tara Edelen

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Resident Directors

From left to right: Kim Buermann Somers Hall, Lynne Marek Hensley Hall, Geopal Jones Memweather Hall, Paula Emmerth Pelham Hall

Resident Assistants

Monica Taplette Somers Hall Larissa Emmerth Hensley Hall Amy Sances Merriweather Hall

Wendv Chalk Somers Hall Kim Williams Pelham Hall Heather Gomerly Merriweather Hall


Business Organization

Left to right: Tiffawny Lewis, Ena Jackson, Meredith Tiberi, Erin O'Connor,

Women in Communications

Ena Jackson, Angela Taylor,


Back row left to right: Kerry Witz,

Wendy Chalk, Kim Williams, Rene

Maycock, Professor Jeanne Diehl-

Shalfer, Jenny Stone, Jennifer Fraser,

Front row Rachel Pond, Amy Tum

bull, Lisa Braunfeld,

International Club

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Beacon Honors Society


Dorm Volleyball Tournament


This is an op

portunity for

students to sign

up for different

clubs. Among

those present

were: Yearbook,

Black Student

Alliance, Pro

gram Board,

Newspaper and

The Admissions

Council.

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Rhea Jones and Sonya Ramkeesoon

look delighted to be student marshalls.

Yeah!! we're graduating.

Everyone Smile for the camera. It's your

senior year!!!

Pelham seniors look overjoyed,

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Jen Fraser, President of Student Gov

ernment Association holds the cer

emonial mace.

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Class of '92

Wendy Chalk and Heather Gormely

discussing how their graduation caps

look.

Students await anxiously

tion to start.

for convoca

Mount Vernon's

convocation is a

traditional

ceremony held

each September.

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Convocation

Academic year officially begins.

Sarah Smith and Diana Shephard pose for a stunning

picture before convocation officially kicks off their

senior year.

Margoe Fernald and Rev. John C

onis listening intently to presentatioi

the Sears Teacher of the Year Awa

MVC seniors assemble outside

chapel before convocation begins.

Tracy Flax leads the assembly in MV

alma mater.


-arissa Holbrook and Michelle Sears happily await con

'ocation

Dr. Sharon A. Fechter presiding Officer

of the Faculty gives opening remarks.

Robert Bareikis, Vice President of Acad

emic Affairs gives presentation for Acad

emic Honors.

Angelic student marshalls Rhea Jones

and Sonya Ramkeesoon are sur

rounded by seniors, Angela Taylor, Kim

Williams, and Ena Jackson.


Friday

Parti

the 13th

Change your Luck

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Mount Vernon

College celebrates

the beginning of

school year with a

very gory "Friday

^ 13th Party"

Posing pretty for the camera, Alexa and

Suzanne,

Phil trying to keep things under control.


Students, Wendy Chalk and Amy

Sances enjoy hanging out.

Courtney and Alessandra flash their pearly whites.

Students socializing with off campus

friends at the party

< Senior, Rachel Pond enjoys the com

pany of her brother Mkrhacl

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AlessarKlra Jacks and friends enjoying themselves at the pub

Jen Fraser selling cups and T-shirts


Friday

Part II

the 13th

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First Pub Party of the school year

Many students

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fun filled event. It

was a great

success.

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Alumnae

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Reunion Weekend

Margie Studt C '71, former President of

Alumnae Association gives welcoming

speech

Janet Malouf addresses alumnae in Post

Hall.

Alumnae gather in

Post Hall for dinner

and speeches.

Jacky Sher C '89, Vice President of

Alumnae Association and Lynnette

Young C '76, Alumna Trustee attends

the welcoming dinner.


Margret Hynson Studt C '41 signs her

name on a yellow ribbon to signify the Laurie Thompson C '79 reminiscing

at Mount VeriKMi.

preservation of Mount Vemon College

Another alumna, Pamela Dawson C '51

signing her name on a yellow ribbon.

about past years

Margie Studt C

Mount Vemon College T-Shirt,

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Reunion '92

Alumnae Homecoming Ball

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alumnae

attended the

Homecoming Ball

at the Georgetown

Convention Center.

Everyone

had fun.

Lucy Ann Geiselman and husband

dance the night away.

Mount Vemon Seminary graduate of the class of 1919 dancing with dashing young

man


Lily Webb leaving the dance floor after

making her speech.

Lucy Ann Geiselman chats with alumnae.

Dr Guerra and Catfierine Pyfrom

ing ball.

make a toast to tJie homecom

Tracy Rax and Maura Slattery do the

"menudo dance"

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Snapshots.


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The King

of

Swaziland.

King, Dr Geiselman, and

Meg Artley in conversation

Meg Artley begins the tour o

Mount Vernon's campus

The King arrives to

Mount Vemon College.

September 19th, 1991

President of Student Government Association, Jen Fraser. looks

on as Meg Artley and the King share a laughing moment.

The King comes in to observe a clciss.


Stacy Vaughn and Jane Anderson Kim Brown Julie Hughes

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Parents

Weekend 1991

Teni Hartley

Scarlett Sorey and family.

and mom socialize with

Cindy Ann Greenburg and Dad partici

pate in Parents Weekend activities.

Shannon Mckissack and friends

Kim Smith and parents enjoy the atmt

phere of the Agora Pub


Robert Bareikis, Vice President of Aca

demic Affairs chats with parents of MVC Phew. 1 thought 1 missed the beginning

Students, of the events

Mr, Roscow Pyfrom and Mr. Richard

Williams chat over a refreshing beer.

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Haunted


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'Yvonne, Casey,

and Bebe watch over their cauldron

House

Cheryl WiUiams gathering children for the Haunted House,

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Halloween Party


Mount Vernon students dressed in Halloween costumes. Rissy Emmerth and Jen Fraser "

pose as the infamous "Pat


This year's special guest was Secretary of Labor Lynn Martin, Secretary I

of Labor on %

Martin was appoinfed by President Bush as the 21st Secretary

February 22, 199L Previously, Mrs, Martin had a distinguished national

legislative career that began when she was elected to represent the 16th

District of Illinois in 1981, Ms, Martin was one of the first women to achieve

an elective leadership post in the House when, in 1982 her colleagues chose

her for the position of vice chair of the House Republican Conference,

Founders Day


Dr, Geiselman taking part in the traditional cake cutting ceremony

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Who are you hiding Monica?

BSA Pub Party

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Tree trimming

Dr, Geiselman and Alumna Dina Merrill listen to the boy while he tells a story Geopal Jones snuggling with Baby Alex,


Dr. Geiselman entertains the kids while waiting for Dina Merrill.

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Students and friends enjoy themselves at the New

Year's Bash held January 3l, 1992.

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New Year's Bash


Round Up

Round Up is a fun-filled event

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Having fun girls?? Hello to you too, Tammalyn and

A' donna.

Saskia Hampe, Lexa McDonald and

Whit having a good time at Round Up.

Chippendale dancer strips to his colorful

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Round Up

2nd annual Round Up in Pub.

A very happy threesome at Round Up

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Round up those

Guys.

Jennifer and Suzanne in their festive

cowboy hats

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Want to see what's in our cups?


And whose drink are you about to steal?

Whose hiding behind you Lily'

MVC students enjoying themselves at

Round Up.

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Where will we be

apin^ the future

National Women's

Studies Association


in the 21st century?

Dr. Geiselman gives speech at NWSA, Dr, Ortman gives opening speech at NWSA. Sharon Rodine immediate President of NWSA politi

cal caucus

Deborah L ouis Executive Director of the regional mid- Anne Burkeman. President of the mid-Atlantic region

Atlantic NWSA.

o' NWSA.

How will women affect

the future economically,

artistically, education

ally and spiritually?


Hi Ho Hi Ho it's off to drawing class 1 go

Those must be some pretty potent

drinks to produce smiles like that.

Melissa Pemberton digs

into the Wait, now where is the Admissions

scrumptious salad bar. Office?


Mary and Suzanne spend a fall day at

the pub.

Can you help me get my box open?

We captured the

moments that

made this year so

special.

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Hensley Hall

Somers Hall

Maura Slattery

Tracy Flax

Catherine Pyfrom

Rachel Pond

Brooke Baysinger

Lauren Sloan

Brandi Acosta

Lillian Francis

Janet Evans

Jennifer Brigden

Sally Miller

Michelle Naas

Michelle Clark

Yvonne Ranagan

Taricka Faunteroy

Monica Biscoe

Jennifer Bose

Esra Soydan

Aisha Al-Kharusi

Cindy Ann Greenburg

Larissa Emmerth

Cara Massie

Samira Ware

La Shavio Boozer

Nicole Coleman

Kristi Johnson

Priscilla Browne

Rhea Jones

Eva McGregor

Bebhinn Early

Noelle Rice

Wendy Chalk, Brandie Garrett, Christen Smith, Rana

Hightower, Gretchen Brown, Meredith Bedenbaugh,

Janine Honey, Melba Harvey, Cheryl Williams,

Michelle Sigoumey, Jennifer Fraser, Patricia Morran,

Alyssa Dorroh, Eleanor Nichols, Margaret Courtney,

Coumey Bell, Trudy Antoine, Jewel Goodman, Gina

Gardiner, Tara Edelen, Melisa Pemberton, Catherine

Sanders, Kristin Petrovich, Shannon McKissack,

Ashley Kraas, Elizabeth Huey, Katherine Brown, Alice

Rasmussen, Susanna Maggard, Melanie Lee, Allison

Raymond, Joy Libby, Brett McCann, Maureen Walsh,

Marci Hurley, Robyn Mazer, Ronita Harris, Maritza

Villafane, Joy Jones, Drita Hasani, Kazuko Akamatsu,

Irem Soydan, Angela Mbogua, Monica Taplette,

Amanda Gross, Cobina Mitchell, Tonia Jackson, Staci

Canion, Krista Karch, Sharon Hallahan, Christina

Kolich, Monique Majors


Merriweather Hall

Pelham Hall

Lisa Braunfeld. Kim Coates. Suga Shimizu. Woo-Jin

Lee, Isabel Pineda, Tere Martinez, Tinisia Smith,

Stephanie Bell, Clare Curry, Margaret Talmadge,

Heather Gomerly, Barbara McNeil, Mary Rhoads.

Maria Gonzalez, Jennifer Podolecki, Yancey Smith,

Suzanne Colon, Daniela Leon, Junko Sakurai, Valerie

Sylvestre, Mae Crispin, Hibo Abdulle, Scarlett Sorey,

Catherine Hartley, Lori Stockton, Lyn Escobar,

Eureka Shands, Amy Sances, Gina Vaccarelli.

Pelham West Adonna Miller, Michal Bethea, Kim

berly Lane, Tammalyn Thomas, Anita Mingo, Noriko

Matsuda, Elizabeth Caban, Sonya Ramkeesoon, Ena

Jackson, Gabriela Hernandez, Julie Thrasher, Paula

Piccirillo, Miki Takahashi, Elizabeth Soilas, Christine

Homick, Tricia Bailey, Amy Tumbull, Sakia Hampe.

Nicole Martin. Emiko Kaneko. Pelham East Alexan

der Ortiz-Ferrari. Maraliz Alvarez, Erin Kelly, Meredith

Jones, Suzanne Brown, Kimberiy Williams, Michelle

Sears, Melissa Alpeter, Jennifer Tyson, Angela Taylor,

Alexandra McDonald, Anita Bnatt, Amy Vibbard.

Jennifer Blair, Masatko Nakasato, Phyllis Trevor,

Jennifer Cashman, Rebecca Sheridan, Ellet Kidd,

Courtney O'Neil, Stacey Rhodd, Margoe Femald, Pa

tricia Garcia, Alessandra Jacks.

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Doug, Sharon and Douglas

Julia Ann

Most Loving

Congratulations

from

Mom 5 Dad and Eugene

Patrick, Chrissy, Catherine, Jackie and Christopher


To Catherine Pyfrom

at Graduation

New hopes, new dreams before you lay

Behir\d you the conquests of yesterday

Let strong resolve and loving thoughts your companions be

Then before you all doubts arul fears shall flee

Fill your mind with thoughts of beauty and love

Rest not your eyes on things below, keep your glance above

Dwell often on happy memories of family and friends

For upon this bonding all lasting joy depends

New lofty dreams your thirsty mirul now fills

Self Control will let you conquer those distant hills

With pride and love we watch you take new flight

And hope you'll always remember you are our hearts' delight.

Congratulations

and

Best Wishes

to the

Class of '92

Love,

Dad and Mom

President, Mount Vernon College

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In support of

the Shooting Back

photography program

for homeless children

warmest and sincerest congratulations

Tracy on your graduation. May your

dreams and expectations become

reality.

Vince, Mom and Dad

^^Thank you

Yearbook staff!

You did a

great job/'


(j'testa rossa*)

RANCH. LTD

CONGRATULATIONS

TO

AMY ELIZABETH MORRISON

Class of '92

Jan & Lonny Morrison

'VJ^ TESTA ROSSA RANCH

Wichita Falls, Texas

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Year of Turmoil

Recession

#*,

CAMPAIGN '92

Debates

E "Tomatoes" With ATrieVM THE RACE FOR PRESIDENT

Ozone Depletion

Playing Their Song

In Albertville

Mount Vemon G)llege

Votes to Keep

School Independent


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