The Virgiman 1991
Longioood CoCUge JarmvilU, Virginia
Digitized by the Internet Archive in
2010 with funding from
and Sloan Foundation
Longwood College Farmvillc, Virginia
TABLE OF CONTENTS Campus
Administration and Faculty
The Student Body
Clubs and Organizations
ABNEY LANCASTER LIBRARY LONGWGOD COLLEGE
FARMVILLE. VIRGINIA 23901
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LONGWOOD Longwood College was under much construction this past year. 1990 offered the students new opportunities to become excellent, improved individuals. Longwood stressed education of the whole person: academically, physically, socially, emotionally, and spiritually. It will be remembered as striving towards excellence while the world was on the brink of war and the nation attempted to pull itself out of a recession. Despite the problems facing students, administration, faculty and staff, the Longwood community took the nation's grief in long easy strides. Longwood had many positive events to look forward to, such as the opening of the new library and the construction of the much needed residence hall. Though the construction of Grainger was halted for a few years and the classes that used to be held in the building were relocated, the college came through the changes skillfully.
The Peaks of Knowledge. Photo: Dr. Elisabeth Flynn
construction. Photo: Dr. Elisabeth Flynn
CONVOCATION Kay, Melissa, Sharon, Stacey and Tammy held tight to their caps.
On Friday, September 7, 1990 at 1:00 p.m., seniors celebrated convocation in Jarman Auditorium. Convocation was a time where lower classmen cap a Senior. Symbolizing the Seniors last year of Longwood life, it was a happy time for Seniors because there were only eight months brothers and
sisters" of the Seniors decorated the caps
items that served as a memory of the past three years at Longwood. Dr. Ernest L. Boyer, President of The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching spoke to Seniors about their future.
Students mingled after the ceremony on that
Laura, Irene, Tammy, Jay, cap creations.
Amy and Faith showed off their
OKTOBERFEST "Can You Feel It?" was the theme for the 1990 Oktoberfest. Events began Friday, October 12 with the singer/comedian Pat Dailey (SUN). Unfortunately, the
show was rained-out only
minutes after it began. Saturday morning was de-
pressing for students and frantic for the members of Geist. The Ambassadors led tours in the rain while Geist tried to
filled the air with live broadcasts, guest appearances, and great music. There were alumni field
hockey, soccer, and rugby games as well as performances by the Lancer Edition and the Catalinas.
Bedford Gallery featured the Faculty Art Show as well as the
decide where Oktoberfest
Senior Art Show by Keith Covington and Dawn Stanley. In addition to numerous Ad-
should be held. Around 9:30 a.m., the rain stopped and the sun peeked out a little. Geist
missions activities, there was also the annual Oktoberfest Parade, Dick Williamson Golf
then decided Oktoberfest booths would be held on
Stubbs/Lankford Mall as usual.
Booths were sponsored by fraternities, sororities,
Games, Biergarten, Step Show, and Young Alumni picnic. Saturday drew to a close with the Student Union's showing of "Back
clubs and organizations. The Student Education Association (SEA), won first place for its booth and Art Works, Inc. took
Sunday afternoon kicked off with the CROP Walk at two p.m., The Color Rush, Paint Battle, and picnic followed. Ok-
second. One well frequented booth measured strength and percentage of body fat. WLCX made another Âťppefr
toberfest concluded with the Reggae band "Full Stop," which
was presented by
the B ergarten i
hosted in the
dren on Stubbs Mall.
Tyrian, Angle, Tanya, Kim, Cyndi, Lorraine to hit the
and Regina were ready
Rocco and Jay displayed the Oktoberfest t-shirt.
Dave and Karen danced to Fuma's tunes. Above: Jason and friends showed their spirit
Marcia Shelton, Brad Owen, Don Stuart, Sue Saunders, Zav Dadabhoy enjoyed the break at lunch.
and Faculty sat
and Mrs. Dorrill at
The 1991 leadership conference, entitled "Developing Leaders For Tomorrow" was held in Virginia Beach. With the help of MaryKaye Benton and Zav Dadabhoy who organized the event, the conference was both a mini-vacation and a lot of hard work. Students, faculty, and administrators attended workshops in order to learn about the various components of leadership. The conference opened with Juliann Martinez, who led the group in activities designed to increase their self-awareness and cooperation skills. Through the use of video tapes and games, she was able to make the presentation both enjoyable and educational. "Applying Leadership Styles" a presentation by Sue Saunders, Dean of Students, and Sherry Gatewood, a sophomore, defined leadership qualities and explored personal goals. Another stimulating lecture, "How to Light Their Fire: Motivation" by Brenda Cross, Director of Minority Affairs, focused on recruiting and keep-
ing members interested in clubs and organizations on campus. Both students and administrators worked side by side towards a common goal: to better prepare Longwood students for life after college. Robie McFarland and Zav
speech on Multi-
Dadabhoy, both Student Development Educat-
presented a workshop entitled, "Leadersheep or is it OK to Question Authority." Participants discussed how to stand up for their rights in a productive manner. Also, Dr.
dents had the opportunity to interact.
Dorrill spoke on the relationship between leadership skills and daily life. With delegates from the Student Government Association. Peer Helpers, Resident Assistants, Peer Advisors, and many of the other organizations on campus, Longwood was well represented.
Peer Helpers presented a
Phylis Mable and dele-
session on "Sexuality
gates Alicia, Johnaill, Lin-
Monica, and Derrick shared a smile at lunch. dy,
Candy Apples sold well at
Lancer Line kicked
the Association of Black
their heels for
place for the Booth Competition.
FINE DINING Alan Ickes and Eddie Holman are familiar dining hall faces.
Behind the scenes, the Chef and his helper stir the soup.
Beth Purser and
Donna Gulden and breakfast.
friend study at
Kathy Desmett talk about The Clan of the Cave Bear.
enjoy talking with breakfast.
A NEW LIBRARY ijLJi'f-^
crane helped to install the piping for the library. Photo courtesy of Dr.
Pm^M Early construction showed the foundation. Dr. Flynn.
Photo by Bulldozers leveled the ground for the mall area.
RECREATION IS THERAPEUTIC Good times and smiles made weekend life great.
Karen, Johnail and Tenera appreciated the Alpha Phi Omega initiation dinner.
An egyptian pose courtesy of Kim ber.
Karen, Leslie, Janice and Alison girl's night out memorable.
Terry and knot.
Tena, Laurie, Kendahl, Kristin and Michelle to attend the Pi
Pimp and Whore
In action, Brian spiked the ball for a point.
sponsored another picnic on Lankford Mall. This one accompanied the Reggae band "Full Stop."
ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY
THE PRESIDENT lilMH
Longwood's President since 1988.
ACADEMIC AFFAIRS Donald Stuart, Vice President Academic Affairs handled all the academic dilemmas for the year. Insuring a quality education, he worked for academic enrichment of the Longwood community. Dr.
During Civility Week,
served cake at the Student Appreciation
Donald Winkler inspected some
slides for publication. Dr.
Donald Winkler, Vice President of Public
James Cross, Vice President of Research and Information Systems studied notes for a meeting.
The Virginian Staff apologizes to Mr. Richard Hurley, Vice President of Business Affairs and to Mrs. Nancy Shelton, Vice President of Alumni Affairs, for not scheduling a photography time.
STUDENT AFFAIRS Phyllis Mable, Vice President for Student Affairs encouraged students to become in-
volved at Longwood last year. She along with other student service groups promoted extra-curricular activities to enhance a student's overall education. She helped orga-
nize the Civility Week at Longwood in March and the special Student Appreciation Dinner.
Sue Saunders, Dean of Students, advised students and organizations with planning of activities. Advertising posters and banners were approved by her before posting them. She worked directly with the Housing Staff to help keep residence hall problems to a minimum. The installation of new security doors had a great impact on students: Sue Saunders was a Sounding Board for student problems.
Phyllis Mable, Vice President for Student Affairs.
Sue Saunders, Dean of Students
HOUSING STAFF Longwood's housing staff were ready and
Lynette Jennings, Assistant
Director of Housing.
available to help students with problems involving
the residence halls. Sometimes the security keys did not function if so a student took it to the office and requested a new one. The
housing staff were friendly
with most problems on campus.
REC Wheeler and
Rettig, Director of
Ken Rockensies, REC Collonades and Cunninghams.
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
Allen, Chair of
Math Department John Arehart, Professor Math and
Computer Science. Fushern Chen, Professor of Math
Robert Wu, Professor of Math
George Rust, Instructor of Math
James Gussett taught in a mock classto parents on Involvement Day.
John M. Austin, Associate Professor of Physical Science and Program Director in Earth Science.
Thomas D. Dukes, Associate Professor of Marketing and
NOT PICTURED William Abrams, Edna Allen-Bledsoe, Nancy
Andrews, Jennifer Apperson, Pamela Arkin, Frank Bacon, Mark
Theresa Clark. Martha Cook, Lee Cooke, Carolyn Cooper, Loretta
Baldridge, Robert Ban-
Couture, Carolyn Craft, James Cross,
Billy Batts, Ro-
James Crowl, James
bert Nels Beck, Robert
Berry, Lee Bidwell,
Dalton, Jesse Dillon
Sarah Bingham, Steven Blankenship, Robert Blasch, Joseph
Blauvelt, Eleanor Bob-
ley Duncan, Joyce Edelen, Randell Ed-
Charles Bolding, Sandra Bollinger, Raymond Brastow, David
Etherridge, A. Moffatt
Evans, Louis Fawcett,
William Brown, Will-
iam Burger, Jobs
Burke, David Caliban,
Owen Fields, Kathleen Flanigan, Mary
William Carlton, Jayne Carson, Craig Challender, Stanley Ciplinski, Billy Clark,
Fletcher, Elisabeth Louise Flynn, Melinda
bons, Sally Gilfillan, Gerald Graham, Dale
Grubb, James Gussett, Nancy Anderson, Marshall Hall, Frances Hamlett, Darrell Harbaum, Kristine Harbour, William Harbour. William Harding, Bette Harris, Robert Hay-
den, Richard Heinemann, Frances Hellmuth, James Marvin Helms, Paul Hesselink, Fillmer Hevener, Jr.,
Stephen Hicks, Lawrence Hlad, Gerald Holder, Frank Howe, Patricia Howe, Gerald Hughes, Jr., Judith Johnson, James Jordan,
Rena Koesler, Chrystyna Kosarchyn, Rebecca R. Laine, Joe
Frank, Robert Gib-
Louis Lajaunie, Jr., Martha Lestourgeon, Patton Lockwood, Michael Lund, Patricia Lust, Jay Dee Martin, Maurice Maxwell, Robert May, Susan May, Freda McCombs, Deborah McWee, Wayne
McWee, Ruth Lyn Meese. Donald Merkle, Wayne Meshejian, Gilbert Millar, Lucia Monger, Francis Moore, III,
Bruce Montgomery, Frieda Myers, Neal, Nelson Steve Nelso, Noone, Jr., Jean
Noone, Amie Oliver, Julian O'Neal, Priscilla Ord, Geoffrey Orth, Mar-
nolds, Gordon Ring William Schall, Can dace Ashton-Shaeffer, Marvin Scott, Ellery Se^
dgwick, Patricia Shank,
Sue Shaw, Maria veira, Betty Jo
mons, Barbara Smith, Edward Smith, Maurice
Homer Springer Colvin Steele, III,
David Stein, Massie
Stinson, George Jr., Ibrahim Stwodah, Camilla Tin-
Donald Trott, Arthur Van Ness, III, Nancy Vick, Phyllis Wacker,
Robert Webber, Carol)m Wells, Thomas Williams, Vera Williams,
ylin Osborn, Terry Overton, Dean Palmer,
John Peale, Kenneth Perkins, John Petty, Jean Poole, Terry Ramsey, John Rey-
Woods, Reginald Yancey, Douglas Young,
The Virginian Staff would like to thank those professors who took time out of their busy schedules to have their pictures made for the yearbook.
"MOUe POTATOES, PL€AS€."
\ THE STUDENT BODY
SENIORS Mary-Robyn Adams
Cassandra Anderson Susan Anderson
Monica Barcosky Brian Blackwell Jeffery Blough Patricia
Michelle Boggs William Brady
Mary Ann Bray Marie Bristow
Douglas Broyhill Carol Byers
Amy Carle Amy Church
Karen Clary Lisa Clary Jeffrey Clayton
Holly Coffman Curlee Stacy Crockarell Gabrielle Dales
Angela Deso Denise Dilday Stacy Dingel
Shena Dowdy David Driward Billy
Susan Eubank Ed Faust
Kay Francis Dave Gamache Raerita Gallop
Debbie Garland Leigh Genier Kim Glacken Audrey Glassock
David Good Connie Gormus Lynn Graves Michael Haas
Denise Haley Joann Hanagan Augustus Harper Jill
Peg Hayes Dennis Heath Virginia Hite
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Robert Hood Christopher Hoover Chris Horan
Robyn Hunnicut Shannon Hurley Rebecca Hurt Susan Hughes
Jenkins Alison Johnston
Cynthia Kilgore Lori Lambert
Tamutha Lee Richard Lellinger
James Limbach Michelle Logwood
Karen Lombardo Beth Lord
L. Martin Karla Marotta Denise Masiello
Kim McCluny Laurie McKean Deidre McKendry
Charles McKinney Troy Miller Dawn Mister Joseph Mitterer
Michael Morelli Kelley
Tina Napier Stacey Nash
Kimberly Nelson Melissa
Vonda Peatross Suzanne Pellegrino
Susannah Pinch Angela Poythress Pamela Puckett Sara Quisenberry
Laura Raiford Jennifer Ratlief
Sandra Ratliff Kacey Ray
David Richards Sharon Riek Stacy Roberts Nicole Robinson
Garry Saunders Patricia Sheldon Cynthia Shelton Kaarin Sitterding
Linda Slayton Julie Smith Allison Sparks Ronald Stevens
Cara Sullivan Stephen Swanson Corey Taylor
Jonathon Thackston John Thomasson Rebecca Todd Elizabeth Toney
Elizabeth Verley Valarie Vida Holly Wagner
Rhonda Wall Carolyn Ward Robert Warner
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ik\^ Scott Wassenberg
Tambera Weddle Karen Wescott Carla Westerman
Ada Whitehead Catherine Williams
Melissa Williams Suzanne Williams
Bryan Windley Michael Woodley
Joseph Yaroszeuski Barbara Zwirnbaum and Suzanne Kalighan demonstrated their best smile instructed to say fuzzy pickles.
Hackey Sack remained a popular sport at Longwood. Bobby Williams anticipated a pass from Ben Bartlett or Derrick Diffee.
Juniors Linda Andrews
Tonya Ashman Katherine Austin
Dania Baber Rochelle Barnett Rachel Bearr
Ramona Biller Wendy Blankenship Donald Bobbitt
Bobbitt Christy Boger
Margaret Burgener Tim Burgess Belinda Burton Beth Bradley
Karen Brandt Sharon Bryant Jennifer Colbert Keith Collins
Maxine Cook Karen Cunningham
Chris Davis Serena Danraj Helen Dennis
Kim DeRonda Kathy Desmett Joshua Diamond
Karen Dolan Rachel Downey Lourrie Duddridge Colleen Dunn Lisa
Jennifer Elmore Elyse Englehart Jeff
Evans Sherry Evans Tiffany Evans
Kim Ferguson Firman Kimberly Foster Cindy Frazer David Fuller
Charlie Fultz Patricia Gardner Becky Gattett
Jennifer Glasco Jill
Theresa Gregory Michelle Hall
Joanne Hamilton Jenny Hammond Doncella Hampton
James Harris Mary Hart Stephen Hemschoot Paul Hermsen Sheri Hinson
Thomas Houchins Andy Hughes Lavonda Jones Robert Jones Cullen Johnson
Debra Jones Donna Kee Laura Kelly Julie Kernodle Michael Kildow Regina Lampkin
Heather Leach Katharine Lee Jami Lindal Sherry Loving
Tamara Mainville Kenneth Magee Karen Major Laura Marks Jennifer Meeler John Michals
Marianne Moffat Erin Murphy Michelle Nash Cardine Neal Elizabeth Neal Michelle Neubecker
Danea Nugent Aunatasia Obradoric Kerry O'Malley Kathleen O'Reilly Anita Owens Cheryl Overton
Michael Pacelli Kenneth Patton
Nancy Patrick Michelle Peale Cindy Peay Benjamin Pedersen
HoUie Phelps Anothip Phimmasone Laure Poe Stephanie Proctor Michael Proul
Michelle Ragsdale Frances Redman
Sharen Richardsen Karen Rish Shannon Roarke Kendra Rosenburg
Karen Rothschild Laura Royster Laura Rush Bonnie Seers Sheri Senter
Michele Shepard Kristin Smith Lisa Smith Shelley Smith Shelley Stansbury
Judith Stech Kristen Sturdevant
Subido Susan Taylor April Titcomb Whitney Thomas
Kimberly Townsend Molly Trapp Renee Traynham Virginia
Walker Karen Watts
Jennifer Wells Christopher Welles Julie Wiley
William Thomas William Wilson Larry Williams Willie Williams Michelle Winter Stacy Whitely
Wells and Beth Purser
dressed up and
Sherry Parks, Janet Miles, Amy Smith and Jenny Martin
relaxed at D.
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Stephanie Meagher, Leslie Bernard, and Keith Johnson smiled at the action in the 3-D S-UN movie.
Gaffos satisfied her sweet tooth with
some cotton candy.
Longwood Ambassadors pushed ment at the Involvement Fair.
Libby and Beth collected money for the Biergarten.
The Junior Class clowns, Leslie and Stephanie, entertained all with their bright smiles.
Margaret Burgener promoted the Student Education Association to parents at the Involvement Fair.
SOPHOMORES Susan Airing Holly Aldrich
Shane Anderson Heather Bobbitt Gregg Baird Michelle Banas
Jeannie Barody Jennifer Barrett
Michele Basey Tracy Barwatt April Beamer Janine Benizio
Chris Bishop Beth Black Christine Bock Jennifer Bolyard
David Boyer Kimberly Brandyberry
Katherine Brown Julie Burrus
Sharon Butler Paula Casey Zhan Caplan Patrick Carr
Champion Dana Cherry
Jackie Clark Cassie Cohen
Dana Council Mary Davis Jana Davis
Rodney DeGuzman Cynthia Didlake
Jennifer Dieringer Donna Doggett
Melanie Doyal Jennifer Dudley
Mary Duley Shannon Duvall
Tonya Edmonds Lisa
Angela Elliott Robert Eubank Julie Ezzell
Frank Davide Shannon Gardner Sherri Gardner Sherry Gatewood
Rhonda Gibbs Lisa Goehner Keith Goff Cynthia Gonye Bridget Graham
Melanie Hall Shelli
Cynthia Harper Jennifer Harvey David Haslet
Ann Heim Alma Hendrick Terry Higgins
Courtney Hodges James Hogler Julie Holland
Holman Tamra Hood Teresa Hudson Janet
Thomas Jacoby Shana James Susan Jenkins
Kim Jones Melissa Jones Jennifer Johns
Amy Johnson Debbie Johnson Sarah Johnson Trudy Jordan Linda Jupe Michelle Kennedy
Carrie Kiernan Jennifer Kiyat
Langley Heidi Lee
Karen Letsinger Kimberly Linger Littman
Amy Lomax Lovelace Chris Machenburg Jeff
Diane Majewski Danielle Manfre
Mitzi McChesney Kenya McConnell
Laura McDowell Raymond McElroy
Annamarie Miller Cristine Miller Laura Miller
Suzanne Moessner Jennifer Nabors Katherine Neumann Diane Nestlerode
Mendy Owen Nicole Pacyna
Tara Penkins Corrine Philipp Tara Popperwill
Diane Powell Jennifer Price Elizabeth Rice
Derick Richard Jackie Rigsbee Jennifer Reeves
Janet Roberts Elizabeth Russell John Russell
Werner Scherer Wendy Schoomaker
Becky Sears Evelyn Sell Adessa Shean Chris Smiley Jay Synder Strassheim ijf0^istt^;-^i'
Shane Storer Christopher Stuart Barry Sykes Steven Tanner Allison Thompson Lisa Traylor
Jason Turner James Vick
Michael Watkins Angela Williams Megan Williams Katherine Williamson
Debbie Wilson Judi Weller
Dana Wellington Anne Woltz Jason
Tim Wright Dola Young Jennifer Young
throughout the Longwood community. Many activities occupied our day. Our activities ranged from clubs,
organizations, sports, or
NATIONAL SERVICE FRATERNITY
Freshman Suzanne Aguero Sharon Alloy Jennifer Almarode Christy Arent
Christina Barnes Angelique Bateman
Nicole Bedard Scott Bedio
Sonia Bethea Lori Bierowski
Dayna Blakenship Darrell Boland
Kimberly Boucher Rushe Bourque Kathryn Bridges Kristy
Cindy Bryant Karen Burgess Rebekah Burgess
Tim Burkett Mike Byram
Sharon Cahoon Robert Camus Heather Carlson Emily Carter Melanie Case Mike Casey
Kyle Chaillet Michael Chambers Kimberly Chapman Stephanie Cheesman Christina Childress
Anne Cochrane Susan Collins Stephanie Colvin Joseph CoUvam
Mary Ellen Cooke Jimmy Coombs
Donna Fay Conner Matthew Copsey Luke Corneliussen April Crawley Michael Crawley Kelley Croxton
Stacey Custer Ronnie Davis Kathy Derkelnick Christina Delobe Kelly Dobbins Angela Dollard
Catherine Dovin Christine Doyle Cindy Driver
Renee Durosky Stephen Dunnigan Sharon Dye
Michael Edenfield Teresita Edwards Elizabeth Enzbrenner
Myoung Fordon Anthony Ferrar
Becky Flippen Mvovna Fordan Jennifer Fox Sarah Frank Russell French
Stephane Fritton Jennifer Fulther Carla Gesendaffer
Deanna Gibson Heather Gilbert
Scott Gilbert Jennifer Gilmuntin Jennifer Ginader
Joseph Giove III Jonna Glascoe
Melissa Greene Shelley Griffith
Aaron Grubs Laura Guyler
Megan Hackett Melinda Half
Melissa Halquist Sharnise Hamlin Jennifer Hancock Tiffany Hancock Christy Hannah
Tonya Hardison Scott Harris Natalie Hayes
Wiliam Hoovler Christina
Bonnie Hester Chris Hill
Tracy Hogan Michael Holand
Andy Humphries Kevin
Kelly Johnson Lisa Mae Johnson Tiffany Johnson
Sharilyn Jones Shay Jones
Kapper Carissn Keenan
Nancy Kern Karen Kepner John King Khadijah Louis Reem Khaldi
Kimberly Krantz Julian Lachowdcz Kristina Ladd
Nora Lamb Kathryn Layne Margaret Leisure Lynnette Lehr Julie Lindsay
Trevor Cowgill Cari
Robin Lusk Susan Lynch Stacey Madison
Mary Manning Roland Matthews Stephanie Marshall Erin Martensen Kellie Martin James Maudlin
Stacy Mawyer Michelle McKay Kristen McDonald Cheryl Meeks Lisa
Sthephen Melville Leslie Merrel
Sharon Mitchell John Moore
Debbie Monroe David Muir, Jr. Noel Munson
Murmer Kim Murphy
Stacey Parker Peter Pazmino Amy Pedigo Nicole Pelletier
Bethea Perry Jennifer Phifer Christy Phillips
Shannon Pinto RoseAnn Pitzl Brandi Poling Susan Pope Christine Porter Julie Porter
Michael Pratte Margaret Prishy Cynthia Pritt Michael Proffitt Suzanne Pruess
Brian Puhlick Jason Guattropani Rita Gura Keri Ramsden Jennifer Risko
Susan Robertson HoUie Rodgers Beth Reynolds Jason Russ Angela Sawyer Deena Schell
William Schultes Patricia Schneider Lori Schreiber
Karen Scott Olivia Sill
Kathy Sink Kimberly Sheeley Stephanie
Jennifer Slusher Kelli
Jennifer Stell Jeanna Stich Bridget Stites Angela Stoots
Wendy Stone Chris Stuart
Cassandra Teele Christopher Thackston Claire Trullinger Greg Tsigaridas Lisa Vaden
Kathleen Voeth Heather Veazey Jason Walker Stephanie Walker Katherine Wallace Paula Ward
Robert Warren Robert Whitlock Estelle Willard Leslie Wilson Wendy Wilson Steven Wilkins
Robyn Willhide Michael Willis Lisa Williams Janice Wills
Connie Wright Sherry Wright
Denise Wyatt Chris Yeatts Michael Yeatts Neil Ziembra
As the newest class to enter the halls of Longwood College, freshmen students have shown more involvement in Longwood activities. During the first semester they participated in Oktoberfest. Selling ice cream cones, hot fudge sundaes, and lemonade gave many students the opportunity to meet new people while working to raise money for their class. Winning the Color Wars with the Junior Class at Oktoberfest was another event where the freshmen showed their support and spirit. The semi-formal Christmas Dance was also a great success with over 150 Longwood freshmen attending. During the second semester, the Freshman Class participated in the Chili Cook-off and sponsored a talent show at Spring Weekend '91. Once again, the class showed outstanding spirit
and enthusiasm which made
By Jason G. Walker, Freshman Class President
LONGWOOD'S SALUTE TO OUR ARMED FORCES On January 15, 1991, the allied forces were deployed to the Middle East in order to maintain peace. Saddam Hussein and his army took over Kuwait, which resulted in the military known as "Desert Storm." In mid- April, a formal cease fire in the Persian Gulf was declared. The allies were victorious, as many of those in Hussein's army surrendered and the Kuwaitis regained control of their city. Many brave men and women left their homes and families in order to serve in the Gulf. The following Longwood students were called to duty to serve during the conflict: Richard Adams, Brian C. Cope, Jerdon Durham, William W. Eubank, Jason Houtz, Lancelot A. James, Steven K. Kendall, Kelly L. Moran, Jeffrey S. Roosa, Donna C. Wyche. retaliation
WELLENBACHâ€” AP with her young
Bidding farewell: son
An Army Reserve medic
What were you doing when did you feel about
war began and how
the television when, a news flash came across the screen that the war had started. I wasn't
happy about the idea because I know people
age that over there
CHARLES PLATIAU— DOD POOL
U.S. Marines trained near the Saudi-Kuwait border last
war tempo increased
"I Theresa Platte had just turned the television on. I
evitable. couldn't get
away with what
"I JOE DE
The USS Wisconsin
fires its 16-inch
bridge when it started. I am not in favor
VERA— DOD POOL
guns at Iraqis in Kuwait
I was not happy about the de-
of war, so
watching TV. I wasn't surprised, because we in
going to start."
of the U.S. 101st Airborne prepare for a ground offensive NEWSWEEK: FEBRUARY
SADDAM WAS DEFEATED The United allied forces
defeat Hussein's forces
hands down. Many enemy soldiers surrendered with-
The war was
one of despair for
ties involved. Even though the United States came out
many lives were
ruined and lost through Saddam's cruel and grue-
corps Sergeant reported the war to be "like hell would look and feel" in a letter of correspondence to
an American civilian. Although the war was tragic,
was necessary for the United States to prevent a it
dictator like Hussein to
have his way in Kuwait and other influential countries in the Middle East. (War pictures were taken from Newsweek and Life Magazines and The Virginian would like to acknowledge them for the pictures.)
contact on the wall.
the rope with limited
CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS
Debbie and Tina on the air show.
Anne prepares for her
participated in the Chili Cookoff.
student Union Board
Yearbook Staff apologizes to Honor Board for not including their picture
AN HONORARY LEADERSHIP FRATERNITY Officers
Estes, President; Brenda Rodgers, Secretary; Lisa Dyson, Vice President of Oktoberfest; and Jayne Adair, Vice President of Bloodmobile.
of Geist Back:
Thompson, Chris Parks, Karen Cunningham, Josh Diamond. Front: Mar-
ianne Moffat, Bren-
da Rodgers, Kelli Evans, Jayne Adair, Lisa Dyson, Ellen Bingswanger, Jenny Sue Glasco, Bobbi Wallace, Taline Akseraylian, and Nikki Jesser.
The Karate Club
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FEDERATION OF SOCIAL WORKERS L TO R: President, Raceita Gallop; Presiding President, Angela Jones; Secretary, Karen Elbon; Treasurer, Robert Scott; Not Pictured: Corresponding Secretary, Racheal Bearr; Advisor Theresa Clark.
ASSOCIATION OF BLACK STUDENTS
SIGMA ALPHA IOTA L to R: T to B. President: Kim Graves, Recording Secretary: Julie Zimmer, Tammy Leaf, Treasurer: Jana Davis, Vice President: Angie Brame, Missy Miller, Corresponding Secretary: Robin Huneycutt, Michelle Coats, Patricia Morris, Rebecca Todd, not Pictured, Jamie Riffle, Vicki Tanner, and Chaplain: Linda Slajrton.
Angie Brame and Tammy Leaf supported Phi Honors Choir Auditions.
Mu Alpha's fundraiser at the
L:R; T:B Pam White, Teresa Tassa, Vice President: Angela Billones, Racheal Bearr, Tonya Edmonds
President: Chris Kelly with
in the back.
Alpha raised money
Honors Choir Auditions.
entertaining auditionees at Honors
MUSIC FILLS THE HEART
1: Angie Painter, Michelle Cephas, Susan Curry, Sara Cady, Brenda Rodgers, Cindy Didlake, Michelle Banas, Natalie Hayes, Clarissa Balbalian, Kim Jones, Pam White, Dr. Donald Trott. Row 2: Nancy Sherman, Sherry Wright, Stacey Nash, Kim McCauley, Jennifer Fulcher, Tayloe Dennis, Debbie Bowman, Mary Jackson, Janice Ockerman, Diane Blantz, Christie-Jo Carter, Toi Williams, Allison Millies,
CONCERT CHOIR: Row
Teresa Tassa, Angie Brame. Row 3: Katherine Neumann, Susan Hughes, Julie Barton, Jessica Billones, Cindy Driver, Julie Flach, Jami Lindahl, Deena Pitts, Heather Carlson, Kim Justice, Belinda Tignor, Rhonda Thomas, Stephanie Steiniger, Dana Cherry, Shannon Daniel. Row 4: Kristy Brown, Kristina Ladd, Denise Empson, Jennifer Johns, Deens Schell, Heather Sterling, Ginger Sanderson, Rodney Berger, John King, Thomas Walker, Susan Pope, Susan Eubank, Kelli Sorenson, Robin Hunicutt, Amy Norris, Cassandra Yellis.
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Camerata Singers: Row 1: Nancy Sherman/seated, Dr. Donald Trott, Dana Cesnauskas, Courtney Hodges, Kristy Brown, Julie Zimmer, Susan Heard, Amy Pedigo, Michelle Nash, Tonya Edmonds, Amy Norris, Vicki Tanner, Laura Miller, Wendy Edwards, Dawn Martin, Angie Brame (seated at organ). Row 2: Alice Flora, Susan Curry, Stacy Mayer, Rebecca Todd, Michelle Coats, Teresa Tassa, Dawn Livingston, Kim Krantz, Jana Davis, Sandy Fowler, Betsy Mann, Tammy Leaf, Hollie Rodgers, Sarah Johnson, Elizabeth Hutson. Row 3: Daniel Ellis, Dennis May, Chris Davis, John Borowiec, David Williams, Josh Regan, Richard Smith, Tony Tassa, Hugh Cagle, Thomas Walker, Richard Clampitt, Jeff Thomas.
On September 10, the Piano for the
1990, Longwood sponsored Alan Chow on Chamber Music Series.
ALPHA PHI OMEGA
bowling social for brothers and prospective members Michelle Noyes, Kim Elbon, Kellee Hicks, Jill Boothman, Molly Trapp, Laura Marks, Chris Mitchell, Chris Garczynski and Kelly Kasperbauer. (1
Brotherhood at its best: (1 to r) Joe Yarosewski, Tammy Warren, David Barton, Gary Pierce, Lori Tolles, Carla Westerman, Michele Elliott, Chris Garcynski, Suesan Lord, Susan Parrish, Carol Byers, Andy Hughes, Courtney laris, Lori Drye, Chris Mitchell, and Jill Boothman.
"Meet the Chapter Night"
Keifer, Kelly Kasperbauer,
and prospective members.
to r) Lisa Frigge, Chris Mitchell,
Notonlynews Staff 1991 (1 to r) Pete Pazmino, Brian Crutchfield, Joann Wars (Editor), Cindy Callahan, Anastasia Obradovic, Marnie Turman, Jennifer Wyatt, Tricia Daniels. Not Pictured: Greg Baird, Deanna Gibson, Chuck Moss, Kim Elbon, Chris Parks, Riley Ross.
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1991 Yearbook Staff: (bottom 1 to r) Sonja Bethea, Beth Purser, Stephanie Colvin, Kristin Smith, Kim Foster, Sherry Gatewood, Linda Wright, Julie Wiley and Amy Carle. Not pictured: Reem Khaldi.
Reem Khaldi helped
to organize layouts that
Wiley and Lynette Jennings, Advisor, gave a helping hand to Kristin Smith while she prepared the war layouts. Julie
WHAT FRIENDS ARE FOR .
spotting a friend
like to apolo-
gize to the Clubs and
Organizations who j
were not represented.
like to "j
t thank the Clubs and
picture time. 1
GREEKS OF LONGWOOD
posed for a picture before
theme party during Formal rush
Holly and Julie celebrated the end ofthe semester with their sisters at the cabin.
to feast in the K.D. chapter
Brad and Tim were
smiles at Pi
Kappa Phi Spring Formal.
The KD's enjoyed Formal,
Angela and Jennifer were proud and excited to be new DZ pledges.
does being a Greek
mean "A house, a
an emblem these do unseen things friendship,
grip, a badge, a song,
not make a fraternity. It is brotherhood, character, honor, courage, ideals
make the fraternity and the man." There are many criteria used to judge the quality of one's
Greek experience. Because of the nature of Greek organizations
many of these criteria are very technical and
mechanical. Although these sort of activities are necessary for the existence of the organization, unquestionably
the opposite end of the spectrum that
we find that the most
the individual's personal experience
and relationship to the chapter and its members. This is where brotherhood begins. Because, fraternity is a very personal thing.
When I view my Greek experience it is not the reports and finances I remember.
It is the relationships I have developed with Greeks inside and outside of my chapter. My fraternity has become my home and the Greek community my neighborhood. I have often described my fraternity as home because it provides me everything a home should. It has given me the warmth and security I need in order to grow. It has taught me responsibility and provided me with a strong foundation on which to build my future. In this fraternal home I have depended on many older brothers who have taught and guided me through rough times, but at the same time they have entrusted me to do the same for my younger brothers. For once brothers have traveled the rough and rugged road together, they can accomplish anything. In this home I continually encounter selflessness, because there is no room for the self-centered in fraternity. As
a pledge often
was continually reminded
that "To be selfless
have the capacity and vision
total implication of fraternity is that a
participating in an association that
Once a member of a greek organization one is expected to uphold and improve the dignity of the chapter and of the fraternity by both word and action. They must wholly believe their chapter can become the ideal chapter and do their part to make it so. A brother must instill responsibility to excel and become the best, yet he must show them through example how to achieve this. He must motivate all of the members, for a fraternity is only as strong as the weakest link. I have lived
under the theory that one receives in proportion to what one gives. I have never found this to be more true than in Greek life. The more effort I give to my fraternity, the more strength and support I receive. I will never be able to return everything I have been given, thus I will forever owe my brothers and entire life
In conclusion, Edwin Markham once wrote a poem which summarizes this thought. "There is a destiny that makes us brothers; None goes his way alone. All that
into the lives of others.
into our own."
Bradley Hall \ Greek
of the Year 1991
GREEK SECTION EDITOR JULIE WILEY
Epsilion Chi Chapter Nationally Founded:
Wesleyan Female College Locally Founded: Colors:
Azure Blue and White
Philanthropy; Ronald McDonald House
A An AD
having "fun" at Walk 1991.
Alphie the Lion welcomes a
walk picture from the
Fall of 1990.
Alpha Sigma Alpha Alpha Chapter
Crimson Red and White
Flowers: Narcissus and Aster
Philanthropy: Special Olympics
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L to R: M. K. Dailey, D. Devine, J. Wiley, J. Beazley,
T. Popular, W. Davis, S. Perkins, A. Oakley, S. Smith, M. Heny, C. Campo, T. Lowery, S. Alford, C. Hanzel, L. ^cGrath, J. Adair, V. Eades 3rd: C. Wagstaff, H. Henderson, K. Hiniker, L. Stuler, vl. Tiches, R Glass, L. Rapson, K. Baum, L. Bobko, M. Voehenringer, 4th: V. Coulp, [TMcGregor, R. Bader, A. Butler, A. Ringler, S. Pelligrino, R Hinman, A. Smith. 5th: Ferrigno, ). T. Woodington, L. Goetz, M. Bonoan, K. Jeter, G. Mancuso. 1st
Longwood College Locally Founded:
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Nationally Founded: 1901
AEA Lynn, Debi, and Danielle socializing at the White House.
Alpha Sigma Tau Zeta Tau Chapter Nationally Founded; 1899
Michigan State Normal School Locally Founded: Colors:
Emerald Green and Gold
Flowers: Yellow Rose
Philanthropy: Cystic Fibrosis
or Alpha Taus
Alpha Sigma Tau walk picture from the
regional leadership conference at Radford University during the Fall of 1990.
An Alpha Tau hard Bedford.
Fall of 1990.
Kappa Delta Alpha Chapter Nationally Founded: October 23, 1897 Longwood College Locally Founded: October 23, 1897 Colors:
White and Olive Green
Flower: White Rose Philanthropy: Hospital
Nickname: Kay Dee
The KD's welcome
1 ^H 1 1 f^'S
their National Chapter
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Leah entertains a patient at the Children's Hospital Halloween Party.
The Formal Rush
of 1990 pledge class
celebrates their 1 year anniversary.
SIGMA KAPPA Delta
Nationally Founded: 1874 Colby College
Locally Founded: September 19, 1959 Colors: Lavender
Flower: Violet Philanthropy: Alzheimers Disease
Nickname: Sigma Kay
Two Sigma Kappa
sisters feast in the
Blackwell Dining Hall.
The Sigma Kappa walk from the
The Sigma Kappa tion 1990.
Fall of 1990.
seniors at Convoca-
SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA Alpha Chapter
walk picture from
Nationally Founded: April 20, 1898 Longwood College Locally Founded: April 20, 1898 Colors: Purple
Flower: Violet Philanthropy: Robbie Page Memorial
The Sigma's booth for Parent's weekend.
Tri Sig's Seniors at
ALPHA GAMMA DELTA Gamma Lambda
30, 1904 Syracuse University Locally Founded: October 10, 1959 Colors: Red, Buff, and Green Flowers: Red and Buff Roses Philanthropy: Juvenile Diabetes Foundation
Some Alpha Gam
sisters collected tickets at a
Lancer Basketball game.
DELTA ZETA Epsilon Tau Chapter
Nationally Founded: October 24, 1902
Miami University, Ohio Locally Founded: August 21, 1956 Colors: Old Rose and Nile Green Flower: Kilarney Rose Philanthropy: Galludet University for the Deaf Nickname: Dee Zee
Delta Zeta sisters socialized at the Cafe.
Kapp Jeff T. relaxed in Key West for Spring Break 1991.
TKE's were ready to build their pyramid in the greek
Wonder what ASA
Zeta Tau Alpha Alpha Chapter Nationally Founded: October 15, 1898 Longwood College Locally Founded: October 15, 1898 Colors: Turquoise
Flower: White Violet Philanthropy: Association for Retarded Citizens
Zeta Tau Alpha walk picture from the Fall of 1990.
ZTA ZTA's have a around.
Christy and Kathleen make the bread for a spaghetti feast in the Zeta's chapter
Nickname: Pi Kapps
White and Gold
Symbol: Star and
Hall: 3rd Floor Frazer
Chapter Room: 1st Floor Frazer
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Alpha Chi Rho Phi Theta Chi Chapter Nickname: Crows or AXP's
Symbol: Labarum Hall:
Annex Main Cunningham
Chapter Room: Basement Main Cun-
TAU KAPPA EPSILON Rho Kappa Chapter
Nickname: Teke Founded at Longwood: 1987 Colors: Cherry and Grey Symbol: Equilateral Triangle Hall and Chapter Room: Basement South Cunningham
ALPHA SIGMA PHI Delta Iota Chapter
Nickname: Alpha Sigs Founded at Longwood: 1980 Colors: Cardinal and Stone Symbol: Phoenix
Hall: Fourth Floor Frazar Chapter Room: First Floor Frazar
*'',ii^ A few Alpha
Sig brothers at the Leadership Conference in Va. Beach.
SIGMA PHI EPSILON Virginia
Nickname: SPE Founded at Longwood: 1978 Colors: Purple and Red Symbol: Skull and Crossbones Hall: Second Floor Frazer Chapter Room: First Floor Frazer
SPE brother Mark Kolesha competed
in the B.M.O.C. contest.
SIMPLY THE BEST
DELTA PSI KAPPA
A L L i^
The 1990-1991 Lancer Baseball Team
Catcher Scott Abell concentrated on form.
Congratulations Dennis Hale on being nominated for the Division
Mike Tucker warmed up for another game.
special thanks to Sports Information for these pictures
WOMEN'S BASKETBALL Alphabetical Roster No. Name
Ann Callaham Teresa Carter Carl Dellinger Cassie Ensley
Mandy Evans Teresa Frederick
Heather Green Salene Green
Cassie Mullinex Tena Philbrick
— 91 Lady Lancers to Row — Heather Green, Cassie MuUinex, Salene Green Ann Callaham, Tena Philbrick, Teresa Carter, Head Coach Shirley Duncan. Row 2 — Assistant Coach Loretta Coughlin, Student Assistant, Assistant Coach
(captain), Carmille Barnette (captain),
Buddy Whitehurst, Kim Chapman (manager), Cassie Frederick,
Cari Dellinger, Teresa
— 91 Final Game Results Record: 10 — 17
Pace Concordia Elon
Score 70 67 108 45 91 69 Millersville BO- 71 use Spartanburg L BS 65 West Chester L 99 62 Navy 74 70 North Dakota L 94 55 Wayne State L 69 60 New Hampshire 94 76 Millersville B7 83(OT) Navy L 75 69 UNC Greensboro L 95 49 Wofford L 91 85(OT) Queens L 84 78 Pfeiffer L 77 70 St. Pauls 80 66 UNC Greensboro L 101 82 Lenoir-Rhyne 78 58 Elon L 89 56 Navy L 84 73 Wofford 69 68 Queens 76 73 U. Pitt Jtown L 86 48 Liberty L 81 50 use Spartanburg L 71 49 Navy L 74 62 Special Thanks to Sports Information for providing photos and stats.
W W W
W W W
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Mandy Evans points.
resisted the block for
Teresa Carter and Cassie Mullinex set up a screen for Cassie Ensley's shot.
MEN'S BASKETBALL Alphabetical Roster No. 55 24 14 34 23 11 53 43 10 42 45 15 13 33 44
Name Travis Bohrer Jay Bunnell
Rodney Clayton Keith Crabtree
Michael Druitt Billy
Greg HoUoway Lancelot James Joe Langhi Keith Latimer Eric Letts Joe
Keith Morgan Reggie Turner
Rodney Clayton, Joe Langhi, Keith Morgan, Jay Bunnell, Joe Lowe, 1990-91 Lancers (1 to 4J Row 1 Keith Crabtree, Lancelot James, Eric Letts, Greg HoUoway, Michael Druitt, Billy Dunn. Row 2 Travis Bohrer, Bryan Weaver, Keith Latimer, Reggie Turner.
1990-91 Final Results Record: 11-17
Opponent Mercy College
— 47 — 64 — 90 — 82 — 67 — 62 — 42 — 88 — 79 — 71 — 98 — 48 — 111 — 83 — 93 80 — 109 61 — 67 87 — 85 69 — 63 64 — 59 71 — 85 83 — 90 58 — 88 58 — 65 92 — 99 84 — 85 68 — 71 92 — 85 87 55 99 93 72 69 72 74 77 62 97 71 74 81 73
Columbus Berry Wesley an Wingate Wesley Va.
use Spartanburg Concordia Mercy
Queens Shepard Virginia State Dist. of
Barton@ Virginia State
Davis & Elkins Barton Dist. of
Let's steal that ball!!
H E E
R L E
A D E
â€” 91 Longwood Cheerleaders â€” Front Bottom
(1 to r) Cindy Bryant, Cheryl Cole, Julie Top Tiffany Hancock, Trudy Jenkins, Michele Farrow, Back (standing) Scot Blackmon, Captain Shawn Smith, Jeff Firman; Top Lisa Dendis, Amy Smart, Leigh Soriano.
Wiley, Carolyn Nelson;
Carolyn, Christie, Jo, Julie,
Lisa practiced cheers before a game.
The cheerleaders performed a double based elevator and a basket toss at Oktoberfest.
held Tiffany in a toss to
— 91 Final Record
Opponent We/They Va. Comonwealth 3 Ohio University Mt. Saint Mary's William and Mary U. of
U. of Toledo
Davis and Elkins
Mary Washington Cavaliers Club
— 4 — 3 —5 —5 —3 —2 —2 —
—2 —2 —2 —3
Special thanks to Sports In-
formation for the photo and stats.
H O C
1990-91 Field Hockey Team Celeste Lloyd, Hollie Phelps, Anita (1 to r) Row 1 Mullinex, Monica Mencin, Jenny Wuebker, Ellen Bingswanger, Kim Hasson, Nora Lamb, Susie Lindsay. Row 2 Carver Ports, Theresa Platte, Maria Dougherty, Denise Hanley, Lara Cini, Tonia Harris, Missy Moran,
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Puent, Coach Sandy Bridgeman.
Unity was a goal of the team
The bench cheered
the team to victo-
Lara fought for possession of the
The Lady Lancers: (1 to r) Coach Barbara Smith, Danielle Karish, Donna Martin, Megan Hackett, Niki Bone, Jo Lefson, Anna Radford, Ami Schonaeur, Sherry Evans and Heather Hartwick.
Congratulations Ladies Great Job! 1987-1988-1990 NCCA Division II
LONGWOOD GOLF TEAM (L-R): Craig Woods, Joe Stanley, Jimmy Ward, Benton, Darrell Nichols, Coach Steve Nelson,
Frank Davide, Scott Stanley, Steve Crute, Jolin Student Assistant Scott Wiseman.
The 1990-91 season marked the beginning of a "new cycle" for the Longwood's men's golf team. The team headed into the year with an inexperienced roster only months after capturing the state college division
championship in April of 1990. Special thanks to Sports Information.
Kneeling: (left to right) Allyson Price, Michele Farrow. Standing: Natalie Taylor, Laura Hill, Jennifer Bradner, Marcie Anzelmo. right) Beam: (left to right)— Danielle Williams, Cheryl Cole, Beth Risley.
Beth Risley demonstrated her
on the beam.
Danielle Williams performed gracefully
on the beam.
Watching the beam. Cheryl Cole kept her balance.
Karen HoUeman practiced her goalie techniques.
Lacrosse practice on First
The 1990-1991 Lancer Lacrosse Team
LONGWOOD COLLEGE COMPANY OF DANCERS
Dance Company Members Betsy Gee Julianna Hardy Lisa Kesterson Karla Marotta
Kerensa Mohney Angie Sawyer Fran Siebert Niki Smith Allison
Advanced Modern Dance Member Keri Ramsden Special Guest Dancer Jill
SOCCER Longwood Soccer Results
Longwood Opponent Rhode Island 3 1
3 2 5
Scranton Davis & Elkins
2 1 1 1
Shenandoah Christ. Newport E. Mennonite Gardner-Webb M. Washington
Randolph-Macon M. Washington
Senior Ray Jones attempted to score.
The 1990-1991 Lancer Soccer Team
Moving down ball.
House. 1990-1991 Longwood Wrestling Team (left to right): Row 1— Danny Friedman, Kevin Haller, Adrian Joye, Sean Swafford, Standing— Head Coach Steve Nelson, Student Row 2—Jim Burgess, Kevin McSherry, Mickey Gsell, Marshall, Jeff Durand, Assistant Coach Doug Hartkey, Mark Harris, Jonathan Courington, James Maudlin, Greg Manager Rita Qura, Student Trainer Steve Hemschoot, Ted Proctor.
1991 Lady Lancers (left to right) Row 1: Pam Fitzgerald. Row 2: Kathy Brown, Jan Phillips. Row 3: Tara Confalone, Laura Marks, Ginny Henry. Row 4: Coach Loretta Coughlin, Kim Atkins, Christy Saunders, Andrea Wrenn, Ana Litton, Student Assistant Coach Todd Dyer. Row 5: Robin Jensen, Jen Brady, Jill Hauschildt. Row 6: Cassise Mullenix, Carmille Barnette.
Special thanks to Sports Information for the pictures.
\ CAMPUS SERVICES
PEER ADVISORS Student Development
were always willing to lend a hand or ear whichever was needed by students. They were another resource and friend who lived on Freshman pa's
EXAMS BROUGHT ON STUDYING
« » » »>^ T>
The new library was a
great resource to study as well as the
CPPC The Career Planning and Placement Center was a great resource for
The staff helped students determine a career. They guided students.
students in search of that first job. Giving many workshops on Re-
helped graduates of Long-
get the job they wanted.
Career Planning and Placement Center Staff: (L to R) Director; Niki Fallis, Director; Cindy Mason, Secretary.
POST OFFICE Allen Franklin, Barbara Simons, Joe
Bowman, and Clarence Brown brought students their packages from the small mail room. We loved to visit the post office and discover mail especially packages.
our day with mail and wonderful surprises!
LEARNING CENTER Scott Lissner and Brenda Cross helped students through the Learning Center. They hosted workshops and tutors to help students with academic
Time management and were two of the many topics given at the workshops. Brenda Cross helped students who were interested
in Minority Affairs.
LANCERS MARCHED ONWARD
CHI BURNING Chi held the burning on May 1, 1991, to commend and show the outstanding Seniors who represent Longwood's most involved students. The members of Chi commend those organizations and individuals who
have contributed to Longwood's tradition of involvement. Some of the many commendations given were, Dr. Donald Trott, Alpha Phi Omega, LaVonda Jones, Kim Graves, Michael Whitford, Jay Wingold, Bill Brady, Valerie Vida, the Earth Club, and LURE.
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Congrats Class of 1991
years to come!
COLLEGE GRADUATES COMPLIMENTS
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Thanks Mom, Dad, and Mike for supporting me through my efforts to create a lasting memory for Longwood. CONGRATULATIONS YEARBOOK STAFF:
Thank you all for your hard work and dedication without your help this book would not have been possible. Roomie, Kim Foster, your support has meant a lot to me, Thank You! To all the Administration who
Photographer JournaHst Writer
book possible and the faculty that contribYou are the best Lynnette Jennings, Thanks for your hard work to make the book a success. Good Luck Next Year! this
The Yearbook Staff would also like to give a final thanks to Lisa Dean and the Delmar Company.
Advertising Manager Etc.
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LICENSE PLATES Longwood
in the past
serious problems, students would come to school and be unable to find a spot in a fourth mile radius of the campus. Since the Freshmen were not allowed to have cars a lot of the parking problems were solved. Parking became much more accessible especially with the third tier's addition over by the high rises. Front row parking was no longer a dream to students but a real possibility with t^e new and better changes involving parking.
A LAST LOOK