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Op>eciaI vJollections

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Dedication

This year the 1991 yetirbook staff and ihi- senior elass dedieaie ilie Plioeni.x to a Ix'autiful youii^ woni


Global

Unity

in the

90's


Introducing

Interim President

Dr. Madeleine Fisher Green

As a Hadcliffe Collej^e alumna. Mount Vernon In

terim F^resideni Madeleine Green knovs's first-

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In September, I3r. r^obert P. Bareikis joined Mount Vernon College as Interim vice presi

dent for Academic Affairs. Dr. Bareikis is on leave from his position of assistant x'ite

president for academic Affairs at California State university. Long Beacfi.

Sinc"e graduating from Harvard with a Ph.D. in Germanic Eanguages and EittMature, Dr.

13areikis has been active contriloutor to the academic community' as an educator and

sc;holar. Before assuming his position

at California, Santa Cruz.

Dr. Bareikis has presented numerous papers and has led se\'eral \\'orkshof)s on aca

demic affairs management, academic planning, tc^aching and Cermanic studies. As a

faculty member, he taught Germanic and West European Studies at Indiana Universits

and was a visiting professor at liniversity of California, San Diego, University of Pitts

burgh, The John f-lopkins University and Harx'ard University.

An active member of California State University comiTiunity Dr. Bareikis serves on many

committees addressing such issues as resource planning, curriculum, retention and

international education. He is currently a chair on the Scholar-in-Residence Selection

committee at the Council for International Exchange of Scholars. His experience and

research in education makes him the ideal person for Mount Vernon during his tran

sitional period.

Dr, Bareikis is looking forward to this year of transition and the challenges facing the

colk^gcv He has come to Mount Vernon with a fresh and creatix'e perspective.

As the

interim vice president for academic affairs, he is working to allocate resources in a wa>'

that preserves the quality of education for students, and he will do ever>'thing possible

to attract and retain the highest quality faculty.

I lis first impression of Mount Vernon College; "Its one of the better kept secrets of D.C.

. . . charming,

with superb faculty, great student body,

and talented, dedicated staff.

Mount Vernon is wcW on h(.M\va\' to becoming a liberal arts college of the highest qualit>'.

As an outsickM'. 1 .m \-er\' impressed that in this difficult peritxi, tacults and statf ha\'e

an even better institution.

responded and are willing to work harder to make the College

by Jes Porro


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Candids

Meredith, Studying hard?


.A card trom a v;u\

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Hanging out in the |)ub


Do \ou know \c)ur glass is

empi\?

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The ehoic c~ of a new generation

.\ sunn\ da\ to stop cind chat Show tfiem pearly wriites!!! '


(jetting ready lor a night on the' town Glimpse students enio\ the pub

Are we ha\ing fun \et?

Kim. doni say li

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Alic ia. don't tr\- to get out ot paying your phone bill Socializifig people is what wc are

T>pical

cafeteria scene

SGA at work


Jackie is hard at wc^rk RememlxT no [kms on i .impus'i!

We are ilie cliapel c rew

Bottoms up in the pub

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D.C. the Capital City

The Capital at night.

The Lincc:)ln Memorial.

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Campus

Shots


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Merriweather


Disaster

Lighining struck MVC campus on the aliernooii of OciolicM 18 and a l.iige irc-e ouiside

Mc-rriwcuither residence hall.

"l-irsl 1 hc-ard a big boom and then shaking for about a minute." said I Ic-ather Ciom-

erl\\ Mc-rriwealher Hesick-nl Assistant. "The- first I thoLighi of Wiis an earthciLiake. iind

ilun 1 heard the girls screaming."

.\l)oui one-half hour after the irc-e kil there w.is an exacuation ot the- residence h.ill

because of a possible gaslcak.

.Ml power to the residence hall was lurncxl off whik~ iIk~ k-ak was checked. Mer'

riwe.iiher residc-nis were iible to spend ihcMiight in their rooms. l)ui wctc not allowed

to light c"andk;s or smoke cigarettes

Six rooms were daniiiged by the falling tree ..is well as the lounge-. \s liich suffered a

I lie )ken door and windows. The corner of the bookstoic roof was tUimagcxl and sc )mc-

ol ihe building's drains were knocked off or crushed.

Most ol the rooms damaged were occupied at the- time of ihe accideni. CSlass. irc-c

bark, and leaves weic spewed through winckiws. but no residents were injured

Students spent the evening cleaning up after all Ciimpus power returned around 8:1."

pill. The MVc: maintenance crew naikxl up wood barriers in plac c- of the broken glass

while .giounds keepers workcxi to saw off biiiiiches.

f'.ftects ol till- storm were telt on other parts ot the campLis


Founders Day 1990

Maura Slattery- drt;ssed as a NUiunt Veiiion student of Ion

ago.

The traditicjiial Fcjunder's Day cake.


Artifacts from the ,irc:liives tor l"ounder"s Day.

Mmm.mtnui

Panelists stand aiound to answer questions.

Panelists and memliers of the .\ivc; Ccjmmunity gather commeiating

Founders Day with the cutting ot the cake.

.\ii\diR- hungrs' tor this lenipiiii>;

loundeis l).i\ c ake

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Chillln out before the festivities


Siudt;nt, Sharrci Taylcjr shows oif the

New Year's Bash I-sfiirt.

September 9, I99(j.

Derry Berry and Alagia c-ntertaining live live

on flu; (juad.

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Convocation


Mount Vernon College celebrated Convo-

caticjn, a ceremony that officially begins the

academic year, Thursday, September I3th, in

the Florence HcjIIIs t land Chapel k)cated on

the campus. David Brinklcy, a 46-year vet

eran of broadc;ast news iind a winner of to

Emmy Awards, was the fioi ic irc ( I guc;st Sr^eaker.

The event, which was an hour long, rc;cognizes

the; tof) schc )lars of each class from tfie

prevl(3us academic year. Dr. Madeleine;

Fischer Green, interiin president of Mcjurit

Vernon College, discussed the goals and ac-

complistimcjnts of the ccjllege before; introduc:ing

Mr. lirinklcy and presenting awards.

Mr. Brinkley's speech was pc)lislK;d and

l)rit;f. His anecdotes entertained tfie crowd

and his description of the current wcjrld

scene stimulated the students. Mr. Brinklcy

said that Ihe worki is now an open market of

opportunity, particularly

for American

woiTien with college degrees. The fall cjf

c:ommunism and the rise of Democrac;y in

many naiioits have created a demand for intc;rnational

c;m()loyment that c^an be suppliec

l)y college graduates.

A dinner followed the ceremony in the

Amc;s Dining Uall. Students, faculty, parents

and guests attended.

Leslie Keating

Sisters lldi and Nora Whittman prepare

themselves for the official beginning of

their senior year.

Dana Tonkin and Cindy Tejada discuss

last minute details.

Tracv Fla,\ leads the assembly in the MVC -Maniti

Mater.


Halloween


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1 lurry Kufus, Open it up.

Community Holiday Party

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Do 1 look like 1 could do a thing like that?

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Nice to meet noli

Who tiK- heck is this gu\- with his hat on

l^aekwards

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^ ou put \c)ur right leg in. sou [)ut \()ur right leg oui .

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Mary, Arc:ii'l you a little; big for .Simla's lap".'

l)(>n\ look at me. 1 (iidii't cJcj it


I'ost 1 lall Christmas rrc;e

Who's gonn.i c kvin up this mc\ss?

Honest Santa. I'\e Ix'en good.

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lot) right: .\re noli rc-ad\- for laughs? Mike Reynolds. Sara Lynn Lx-atherland

.ind triend Micklle l-clt: Mike Re\-nolds ind Friends. Bottom Right: l^ay atten

tion or \c)u vvill miss somethirig!

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Prospective Doctors for Sale

at the MVC Pub

Buy a doctor and gel a free (^heck-up!!!


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Medical


Auction


Roundup


Snapshots


Candids

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Mduiil Vernon College knows that

ilu-re is light at the end ot the tunnel!

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Senior

Chante Andrews

Class

1991


Vicki Biegier Kvsha BK'den

Malisa I^oardman Aimee F^osqucl

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Alicia Burlev

Megan K. Dougiieny

Holiv C. C()( hran

Nicole Duf^rce


Anna Escriba

Dagney Faulk

Helen C. Falzinger

Dina 1-eiicUi

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Kimberlev S. Fevs Nancv Johnson

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Geopal Jones Colleen Keiley


Mrs. Robert R. Kunz Sara LeathcMland

Ligia

Isabel Marin Axis L. Mock

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Kiniberly Pation Tricia F'osey

Maria Ana Raite Samantha Safdie


Leslie Surgento Monica Tard

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Cindy Tejada

Mercedes Townsend

Megan Vaughn Deborah Walmer


Joani Warci Suzanne lidiko Wiitnian

Nora VVittman Siace\' Zitis

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Seniors

Not Pictured

Stcpnanie Aarons

Luc\' Adams

.\hl;im Al-Avvadi

Maiscx)!! Al-Ghofailey

Suzanne Atvvell

Scindra Mar>' lieueilein

Patric ia l^cvacqua

Nadinc Jicydoun

Eleanor liurkc

Monika Carter

Anne Charhonnei

Claire N. Chiariinionte

Barbara Christ

Huth Conant

AK'ce CoLif

Anionia Cripps

A\ril Daniel

Carol Anne Deffinhaugh

Patricia lidwards

Mona l-airouz

( icraldine i-ernandez

Maj^da l-ernandcv.

Sara 1. 1-reiria

l-LniiK' Ciebhard

Cynthia li. Gejada

Nan K. (iibson

-XrckMi (jladders

.\pril (irubnian

Kiniberly Halloran

Sahar Abdul Aziz Henaidi

Jill Selbv Hepworth

Hilar\' L. Hithen

Ste[)hanie Kay Hooper

Kath\' Hovk'ard

KiiTilSerly Denise Humphries

Marianne Ideboen

Courtney Iglesias

Christine lliffe

Amanda V.P. Jaulin

Alexandra Keeling

Kimberly Kellock

Julie Kling

M. Rachel Kravltz

Tara Labovitz

Nereida Merc:ado l^iinge

Alinda Lcvvris

Charlotte H. Locher

Kiiren Logan

Kendall Losee

Julia Lucas

Mctrilyn Marks

Susan Marney

Karen Mcc:ray

Joan Milk;r

Sandra Miller

c:atarina Monteiro

Mari^i Elena

Mary Morris

Tiffany f^alermo

Maria l^artya

Nancy W. Parks

Laura Perzynski

Nadine Adeienne G. Pinto

Laurii Poole

Jennifer Ratchford

Carolyn Roach

Mary Roach

l^arTiela Robinson

Crisiina Rosales

Shannon Ryan

Cyniliia Sanchez

CJhristianne Schaaf

Nanda Shaheen

VVafa Shcimi

Nana Siboonruang

Amy Sims

Gleruia ,Stct)hicMs

Danti L. 1 onkin

Cortina Vann

Aline Walling

Margaret Ward

Lisa Warner

Merrie Lousie Watsc;n

Mary 'VVhitner

Judith Wientzen

Jennifer Wilson

Karen Woodell


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Tcilk to \()ur (lollies olicn. Kac he!,'

Rhond.i .ind \'i\i


smoking 111 iH'il again Mr


Toi) kit: Leslie and Mcih lop Hi^hl: .lac k and .\lar\ Holloni l.cll: .\l4rel Bollom ri>


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iic women ol the- oos are reach

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Mount X'ernon ( ;()lle>4e I louse Hesidenis

rhe House Kesidenis at Mount Vemoi

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l(il lorljjjhl: MoniCiirard, (leop.il .loiies, Chanic- .Andrews, Hiss\' Ijiieiili, .ieiiiiilei l-.dmi.sion. aiid.salK Milki in Ik ml:

ik'.iiluT (iormelv and Wc-nciv Chalk.

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Club Fair

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Women in Communications


Student

Government

Association

litK k Uow l-(pri:s(i native, (aiherinc; l^fioiri/.S.Cj

,\rts Dir., l-sa SollasVice President of Junior Class. Middle Row Jen f-raser/S.Ci ,\ \'u > iTcsiilcm. .\"l;onna .Miller/l-rc-sliman vii

President, .Merc:edes TowrisendScnior Class President, Cristina Rosale.s/Scnior (l.iss Si ( r'iar> Ac c 'iiiniani ( riiherine .Sandci

Sophonic ire >

Sec.-retar>' .Accountant. Suzcinnc Brown/S.Cj. A. Treasurer, lilizabetli Wells I -u si iman i *r< :si( Ic \ n, sk :p|- 1, u lic c n iirnai i/.S.( > A. I 'i

of Cornmiinications. Front Row Linda St(x:um/S.G.A. Dir. of t^rogramnniri>>. Margoc: I c rn. ild Junior ( l.iss I 'k sifieiit, Leslie! Ki

Sophomore- V'ii:e I^esidc-nt. Anna Escriba Senior Vice President, Shara Taylor/Sophomon ( l.iss rc-taPv. l"itfan\- lj)tK-z.t-reshman SecretaryiTcsidcni,

.Mary l^c>us.s(;au/S.(j

.\ccountant

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Program Board

Kiiihy Ryan/Adxisor

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Black Student Alliance, the largest organiza

tion on c;ampus.

student

Tanialyn dancing with a "honev" at a B.S.A Pub

Party


Alliance


YearBook Staff

I lard ,11 work for our ^re.it yearbook. (ic:o[)al and Cfiiherine


YearBook Staff

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January 16, 1991

The Washincton Post

THE PERSIAN GULF WAR


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ar Began

AIR WAR

Despite increasing clouds over

some target areas on tlie 16tli

day of the war, U.S. and

coalition pilots flew more than

2,500 sorties yesterday. Over

300 of the missions targeted

Iraqi armor and infantiy

positions along the

Saudi-Kuwaiti border. More

than 35,000 sorties have been

flown in the war to date.

FORCES

LOSSES

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U.S. troop presence in the region is more

than 500,000, supported by more than

205,000 coalition troops.

Iraq has 545,000 troops in the Kuwaiti

theater, including 110,000 in the elite

Republican Guard.

According to U.S. officials, 27 Iraqi

aircraft have been destroyed in

air-to-air combat, and 28 on the

ground. Thirteen U.S. warplanes and

seven coalition planes have been lost

to hostile fire since the war began;

this figure includes one Air Force

AC-130 gunship that crashed

Thursday morning during a combat

mission over Kuwait.


MVC Basketball le.inr.' Must lia\c- bec-n

a million yc-ars a^o!

Remember when?

Brencia Martin Smile

\oure on candid camera.

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- I )r, ( iiurra Did \'()ii j^ci ihai

necklacf tor your birthday?

Lucy Cocke

Jan Uollaek

Dr. c:arckr and Dr. White What a p.iir!

Guess Who?

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Dr. lleppc

.Mr Stemmkr Hi. HancJsome!

Nancy McDonough

Hey Good kjijkin', Whatcha" ^ot cookin! Ms Katie & Ms

Rosemary


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I )r. Bolton c;iose your eves

Ihink of somc-thin>.< nice ... 1 can

flv! 1 can fiv!

w^

Dr. Hull Start >-our research paper l)e

lore the last week of schcK)l

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Full-Time

Dr Paul Bennett

/\ssist


Dr. Maria Carrington

Assistant Professor of Communications

Prcjfessor Jeanne Delhi

Assistant Professor of Interior Design

Prole .s.-^or Shad Ewart

Assisiani I'lote.s.sor of Business

Dr. Maureen Casamayou

Assistant Professor of Political Science

Dr. Lalith Dc\Sil\a

Assistant Professor of Economics

Dr. Sharon l-ec hter

Assistant Professor of Spanish and

lnglisli lis a toreign liingLiage

Professor Bruce Cmtchfield

Adjunct ,-yssistant Professor of

Interior Design

Dr. Milton Eisner

Professor of Math

Dr. Sharon Galix^r

.Xsscx'iaie Profe.s.sor of

llumtin DcMlopmeni

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Dr. Jonnie Guerra

Asscx'iate Professor of English

Protessor .Uiii I loll.ic'k

.Vssoc'iate l-rote.ssor of

PliNSiial EdLitation

Dr. James Hull

.\ssociate Professor of English

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Dr. Bruce 1 till

Associate Prcjfc;ssor of Health Sc:ic;nce

Professor Jacqueline Kelly

,^ssistant Professor of Business

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Dr. Monica Heppel

Assistant f^rofessor of Anthropology

Prcjfessor LincJa Kiisk

Assistant Professor of Interirjr Design


Dr. Nina Mikhalevsky

Assistant Professor of Philosophy

Dr. Benhaz Quigley

Asscjciate Professor of Business

Dr. Dennis Schell

Assistant Professor of

Hunuin De\ek)piiic-ni

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Professor ElizafDeth Nybakken

Exchange Associate Professor of History'

Prcjfessor Gail Rebhan

Assistant Professor of Photography

Professor Elisabeth Schillinger

Assistant Professor of C'ommuniiaiions

Dr. Patricia Onman

Assistant Professor of Psychology

and Human Development

Professor Sharon Ruth

Assistant Professor of Interior Design

Dr Lorel>' Shri\asia\a

Assistant Professor of French

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Dr. Nancy White

Associiite Professor of Hisicjr>'

(faculty exchange)

Professor Gar\' Zaccagnini

,\ssisiant Professor of Computer

Science

Mount Vernon's Faculty and Staff enjoy

lunc h in the Agora l^b.

Looks like Cortina knows the answer to

one of Professor Zac:c:agninis questions.


v^*^ -'^Vsxf^^v^c^l\V^

Mary Buckley

Lecturer in Dance, Cocjrdinator of Performing Arts

Dr. Michael Brintnall

Lecturer in Political Science

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Caria I lubner

Lecturer in Music Piano

Dr. Marlene L-iiwson

Lecturer in .Math

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I'rolessor .\rthur Rcjcker

Lecturer in Business

Professor Paul Tendler

Lecturer in Business

Agi VollkoriiiTier

Lecturer in Physical Education

Dr. James Wittc

Lecturer in Sociology


No Photo

Available

Linda Allison

Lecturer in Music

Professor Jane Auten

Lecturer in English

Professor Barbara Bell

Lc'cturer in Communication

Dr, Coleman Blumfield

Lecturer in Music

Professor Jill Caporale

Lecturer in Biokjgy

Professor Bill Cosmas

Lecturer in Communications

Professor Donald Davidson

Lecturer in Studio Art

Professor Ronnie Davis

Lecturer in Business

Profc^ssor Derayeh lOerakhesh

Lecturer in French

Professor JaiTies Downs

Li;cturer in Anthropology

Professor Lyte F~ozard

Ltx:turer in History

roft;ssc)r Carmen i l-{oman-Gonzalez

Lecturer in Spanish

John Graham

Tennis Coach

Professor Ann Kennedy

Lecturer in Englisfi

Prc)fes.sor Alic:ia KopfsteinPenk

Lecturer in Music

Professor John Murnane

lecturer in Computer Science

Professor Allen l-{ubc>nfield

Lecturer in Business

I'rofc-.ssor Eugenia Scharf

U-ctuicM in Human Development

Professor -\nn Schwartz

l-c-c~turer in Communication

Professor Janet Stanford

Leaurer in Theater, Theater Coordinator

Professor Rosemarie Wilcox

Leaurer in English

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Robert Bareikis

Vice President cjf Academit: Affairs

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Claudine .Nash

Adminisiratise ,\ssistant to Vice President of

Academic Affairs

Mary Minners

Administrative Assistant to Vice Presidc-nt of

Academic: Affairs

Joan C. IlKjnias

Faculty Secretary

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Registrar's Office

Mr. Arthur \t. Ca\anagh. Jr

Registrar

Mr. .Arthur M. Ca\anagh, Jr.

In a meeting looking very official.

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f^ Jean Henslev

Assistant to the Dean/Office Manager

Bets> Hale

Dean of Admissions

Left: Kimberly Caiilwc:!! AcJmissions Counselor

Right: Maggie- Margiotta Associate Direc:tor

Meg Curlin Artley

Associate Director of Admissions

Mary Beth I^rson

Admissions Ccjunsclor


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Norma Tucker

Dean of Continuing Education

Nancy McDcjncjugfi

Martha E\el\'n

Program Ccxirdinator

Susan Taylcjr

Admin. Assistant tcj the Dean of c:ontinuing Ed.

Continuing Education

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student

Top: Dean of Stucfents Peggy O'Hara and her right hand Julie .Silvc;rwo( id Bottom: Valeric; Keating Coun

seling Center.


Affairs

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Left: Residence Lite Coordinator

Paula Emmerth. liottom left: c;oor

dinator of Stiidc-nt ,\cti\ities Kath\

R\an Bottom right: Coordinator Studc-nt

Sen.ic(.-s TiftaiiN' Ntoiit


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Clockwise: Emest Chriss

Director of Finance

I'Dafnev Green

Office

Assistant to the Director of Finance

Donna Nance

Accounting Assistant


Clockwise: Robert Blades

General Ledger Accountant

Prinda Kond

Accounting Assistant/Payroll CIc-rk

Patricia McCarthy

Accounting Assistant/Student Accounts

Patrick Wilson

Accounts Receivable Clerk

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Administrative Affairs

Above:

William Stemmler

Vic:e Prc:sident for Administration

Bt^low L(;ft: Lynetta Jones, Secretary of Chief Financial Officer

Right:

Robert Acker, Chief Financial Officer


Asscjcitite Producer/Press:

Producc-r:

Mar\' Buc:kley

From its modest bc^innin^s in 1982 to its present 35 or more

: events annually, the "IN" Series Performing Arts Season at

I Mount Vernon College has endeavored to serxe both the

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artistic/performing community

ropolitan area by offering them a genuinclx" exciting and

varied performance option for nine seasons.

liiey are committed to providing artists with a distinguished

performance \enue (a "iiome" where their work is lo\ingl\'

showcased), while offering the audience programs of high

iiiistic quality, in a relaxed environiTient and at low prices.

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Their wide-ranging programs from contemporary' music,

txperlmental opera, and modern dance to traditional fare

are organizc^d in six differtMit series: Fireside Livenings,

Dance in the c.hapel, c:onnoisseur concens, BasicalK" Ba

roque, arid tlie free Coffee Concerts \\ liic h started it all. ii has

been wondcMtul to watch tht^ series grow and beconu- criti-

callv rcc n\/.cd and acci.timixi

Executiw .ynistic Director:

Carta Hubner

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InlcMin I 'icsidc'iil -

Madeleine

1". (ireen

Publications CtKirdiii.itor. Jes Porro and Director of Puf:)lic Relations -

Paula n-iillips

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Record Keeper Cathy Kit izie


Top lett: Donna Carroll Top right: Mar\' Powell Boitom left: Linda Watkins Bottom right: Christine Sturm

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The Jerry

Van


Ihe Writing Cc-ntc-r

Freklii Kulisli

Career Centc^r

Lee Walcfrep

Center for Academic and

Professional Suppon

Dr. Roc:l Oelschlager

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.\wmid .\Iuhamad

.^udio-\isual Coordinator


No Photo

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Lucy Cocke

UiR;ctor of the Library

Edward I inderwood

Reference' Libiariaii/1^

Ruth Du\",ill

Technkal Ser\ic


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Students are grateful to Jean for delivering

campus mail

Security

L-arr>' Davis Head of Securit\ works diligc-nily to

keep the MVC campus safe.

DC. Police often issue Parking tickets on

campus.

Mailroom


Get a

Irene \'aii,gsiiess.

Christine Mc liitsii

Health Center


I >liil Dune an

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ARA Services


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Field Hockey

Fall '90

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