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MOUNT VERNON COLLEGE

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DEDICATION

This year we would like to dedicate The Cupola to our Faculty. Their hard

work, committment, and loyalty is invaluable to our future goals. We wish to

show you our appreciation by this dedication. Thank-you and we love you.

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The theme ofthis year's yearbook is Night and Day. The reason is that

Mount Vernon in the daytime is much different than at night. Everyone

appears more relaxed in their dress in the daytime, and when it's time to

go out at night there is a total transformation. Throughout this yearbook

we will try to capture this phenomenon, we know that you will have fun

looking at this as much as we enjoyed presenting it.


On these two pages we have fun at the pub. To start out we have Sarah

about to enter the pub for happy hour at four o'clock sharp. Blair and Ro

look happy for the photographer. There's Leslie and Johanna outside

enjoying the beautiful fall evening. We caught Annie and Julia with their

friends having a great time. There's Andrea and Devon leaving the pub

after a happy hour of jovial times. On page five Kelly and Melissa complied

nicely to our request for a picture. John Bryce, Merriweather's co-house

resident poses for a quick shot. Kathryn Davis and her parents were at the

pub for happy hour. Kathryn's mother also went to Mount Vernon! Lastly,

here is a picture of a fall quad party.


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On the opposite page are manv happv faces of

Mount Vernon. On this page Haas is on her

balcony in Pelham. Here is a nice picture of

beauties in a red Fiat. Paige and Tina smile over

their food in the Cafe. A pretty fall dav and

smiling faces complete this page.

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Kim is avidly watching "Dynasty" on a Wednesday evening.

Kim Lamp is checking out the job opportunities in the hall, Anna,

Missy, and Marlynn decorating for the 1 984 viewing of the Presidental

Debates in the pub. Nancy, Virginia, and Missv take a

break for a quick picture. Lastly, Amanda and Patty checking their

mailboxes.

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SENIORS

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CAMMY BAILEY

REBECCA ARNOLD

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SHEILA BARRY

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LUZMARIEA BENITO

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GAIL BOND

BLAIR BRICKMAN


ANDREA BROWN

KIRSTEN BROWN

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JANET CHASE

MARLYNNE BROWN


MARYBETH CHERRY

PEGGY CIVITELLA

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NANCY COLEMAN

MISSY COBB


MARY DYSON

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SHERRY HARRIS

MARGARET TUCKER

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BEVERLY D. HYATT

JENNIFER JAMES

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MELANIE JOHNSON

JOYCE JOHNSON

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GAIL LAWSON

ANNE NALLE

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JANET RAIMONDO

HEATHER PATTERSON


PAMELA SCULLY

ANNE SENIOR

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GAIL TIMMERMAN

KATHRYN SWARTZ


CYNTHIA JONES

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MOLLY JORDAN

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MARCIA LANIER

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KIM LAMP


ELIZABETH WILLIAMS

VERONICA URIBE

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ELIZABETH LEIGH

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ANN BARRETT & JULIA LEDGARD

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Last Wills and Testaments

I, Anne Freeman, leave to Hope Geier

a new brand of cigarettes, a year's

supply of Kaopectate, the position of

love therapist and a bed upstairs in the

Third Edition for donkin it up. To Page

Munford I leave a year free of men

problems, girl problems and any other

problemsl I also leave her a year of

making a fool out of herself at the

Third Edition.

To Wendolyn Wager I leave the United

States Marine Corps. To Mynette

Dufresne, my next door neighbor, I leave

a year without my stereo blasting, me

screaming, and my door slamming. I also

leave a year of Senior anxiety just like

what I had.

Harriett Despinakas and I leave

Janet Bates an ^^VC diploma and our love.

To Kitty Burrows I leave a year

without Pelosi. To Pelosi I leave a

year's supply of tranquilizers. To Meg

Curlin I leave the Arts and Humanities'

mothers and fathers and illicit

substances. To Hillary Kalish I leave

my love! To Victoria Abel-Smith I leave

a great year I

To Nancy Wells Boughton

I leave

quiet walks, some time with her husband,

and my utmost respect for not winding up

in the looney bin.

To Dr. Mikhalevsky I leave a full

time, live-in baby sitter and my

headache from all the profound 8:30 a.m.

classes. To Dr. Guerra I leave no one

who could ever take my place! I will

return!

Finally, I leave Mount Vernon

exhausted, sad, glad, fulfilled, and

luckily with a sense of humor. D

I, Heather Patterson being of sound

mind and body do hereby leave to Barb

Levine another year on the residence

life staff. To Betsy Orlando I leave

the hopes

that her SGA seat will soon

lead to bigger and better things.

To the Human Development Department

I leave all the blood, sweat and tears I

have spent on honors projects. And to

Rosemary Ferrigno I leave the noisy, but

always fun. Seiners Dorm. D

I, Anne Cromwell Senior, being of

sound mind, bequeath to Page Munford the

cinema-n-draft house on Sunday nights.

To Laura Kinney, my little sister, I

leave the job as Assistant Director of

as well as the

Programming

Communications ClubHa, Ha! To Janet

Bates, "paump", I leave the pub for you

and Billy Boy. And to my awesome

friends, Hazlenutt, Johannatus, Trina,

Harry, Kelly, VA-tus, Ash-B-Gash,

Doggie, Peggy Sue, etc., I leave all the

fond memories that is, what we can

remember of tem! D

I, Pamela Beth Scully, bequeath to

Bernette a year's supply of romance

novels from Safeway. To I'Dafney I

leave someone to come in and annoy her a

zillion times a week. To Carla I leave

a responsible person to run the

performing arts series, to watch the

boys and to practice the piano all at

the same time.

To Dr. White and Dr. Bolton I leave

endurance for the many more A & H

parties and a maid, chauffeur, and

clean-up

person

crew. To Dr. Guerra I leave a

to hassle her about her choice of

reading materials.

To Bettina I leave a library of

Itlaian opera recordings. To Kim I

leave a life-size poster of Tom Hulce

sorry, if I can't have the real thing

then neither can you. To Kenya I leave

the ability to handle the work load next

year. D


I, Kathryn Louise Swartz, do hereby

leave to Maggie Larkin and Maggie Cahill

my rock collection. To Katherine Terry

I leave you Key West. To Abby I leave

all the males in Georgetown. To Page

Munford I leave you one more Miller

Lite. D

I, Cynthia Jones, leave Suzanne,

Carla and Monica all the patience and

peace of mind they will need to manage

the Pub next year.

To Nancy W. Boughton I leave all my

love. Thanks for everything. D

I, Melanie Johnson, being of sound

mind and body, leave Marcia Lanier the

will and patience to put up with

housewives who have nothing better to do

than to make your life miserable. D

I, Virginia Travers, do hereby leave

to Kitty-cat my green rug and all the

men who she so kindly told that I died.D

I, Janine Jackson, resolve to will

my strength to my fellow underclassmen

who are Communications majors. Always

be alert and critical of the

Communications Department because it

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I, Jennifer James, do hereby

bequeath to Kitty all my hard work, vast

intelligence and incredible social life

to you so that next year will be your

best year well, alright, average.

To Meg I wish you all the luck in

assembling Mount Vernon girls so they

can make complete fools of themselves at

Follies. D

Kathy Swartz and Cammie Bailey

I, Missey Hyatt, do hereby leave to

Beacon Honor Society an elected

President who will remain here on earth

throughout the year . D

I, Sara Canden Bailey, do hereby

leave Frank Maloney and his chemical

imbalance to Maria and Jenny. To Mimi I

leave the Somers House Council and a

life of corruption. To Hillary Kalish I

leave my spot at MVC Happy Hour. To Kim

I leave the "Facts of Life".

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To Hope

and Kristen I leave the "multi-

million dollar searcher." To Page

Munford I leave my stereo, television,

refrigerator, and vacuum cleaner and a

wonderful friend with memories, my

footsteps to follow, and a rendezvous in

Hotlanta. I love ya. D

I, Kim Lcunp, do hereby resolve to

leave to Erin Burke the happy

responsibility of Judicial Board, a

letter of congratulations, and the

privilege of rewriting

the Honor Code.

To Bettina West, I leave a package

of knockwurst hotdogs and a jug of

divine wine; to Nancy Wells Boughton, I

leave a cigarette and no match; to Kenya

Brunson, I will leave a Harvard man of

my choice -

signed, sealed, and

delivered by Federal Express.

To Pam Scully I leave a year's

supply of Oreo cookies; to Johanna

Tynan, I leave my small picture of Tom

Hulce; to Meg Curlin, I leave her room

unsearched.

To Dr. Evans, I leave the promise to

learn how to swim in a sea of sharks; to

Dr. Hull I leave a piece of Dr. Guerra's

cake; to Dr. Guerra, I leave some gopher

to do all her xeroxing.

To Dr. Mikhalevsky, I leave lots of

laughs for all my crises; to Dr. Bolton,

I leave a year's supply of memo pads for

the office and someone to fill my place

next year; and to Dr. White I leave the

hope that I will find someone as good as

her at Harvard, n

I, Gail Bond, being of sound mind

and body, bequeath to Tracey Jones all

the good luck and patience that I can

offer. To Kitty Burrows I leave courage

for her to open her mouth on S.G.A. To

Nancy Pelosi I wish her good luck in

Italy next year. To Tucker Gaddy I

leave a lot of love. D

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MOUNT VERNON COLLEGE


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CLASS OF 1985

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DR. JANE EVANS

President of Mount Vernon College

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FACULTY


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MARIA CARROLL

tribute to Srta. Maria Carroll. On her retirement, the MVC

student body would like to recognize Maria Carroll for her very special contribu

tion to college life. Srta. Maria Carroll, you have been at the heart of the MVC

community for 42 years. You have supported

us when we were down,

encouraged us to grow, and shared our successes. You took the time to get to

know each student individually and you made me feel special. We will always

always remember .

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PHILIP BOLTON

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JAMES BURFORD

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JAMES BURFORD

MILTON EISNER


ALICE GALPER

JONNIE GUERRA

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JAMES HULL

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