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Table of Contents

1

2

Opening Spread The

10

Stance

Social Journey

Sports

A

58

First

student Life

A

42

Page

Title

victory Ride

People Traveling Faces

68

Greek

Life

Unity In Letters

84

Qubs and Organizations Business or Pleasure

100

Closing Divider Mission Accomplished


A Knight's Journey

Nineteen Ninety Six

LongAvood College Farmvjilc,

VA

23909 Tiue

Pa^

1


my Marsten,

BevByrd, Joy 5unavant, David Green, Michelle Kosen erly

and Stephanie McDaniel are ready for a meal at the Tea Room where they can relax. ita

Masini and Terri

I

Bl

Gruber, a jimior, take ja break while vacationing at the South of the

Border

2

Opening Divider

alloween was a great opportunity

HI

-for I

^students

to

dress up and show their holiday

spirit.

"

andi Robinson and

Mi

Rohsaan

Settle,

-both Orientation Leaders, take a break at Macado's.


®l]e ^trst

imxtt

Stude-nfs "Preview was a fun.

of

lot

was

It

ptees

tow[.tio(jtii.tl in

s>piat

(yoiL

great to get a slice

of what

would be

as

P/ieO-ie-w

However,

Pre-

not

is

exactly

aims

like col-

to

give

you a glimpse of the educa-

unique. oXvad-

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get io fenou;

o(j

people and

benefits

tional

of college and

does not

tea/Ln

ivLO/Le

QiLiLQLj

about Longwood Gottege.

emphasize enough

the

things that

you

will

remember

until

your dying

all

friends

cherish

the

(S

tR.at eO-e/iyone

boles

class

an

exciting eu-ent

jyo/iwa/id to

st/Luggf,es becoi^^e

aW

u;R.e/Le

(jun

and

you'll

and

all

have at college.

Robbie

ako

Coio/iH\/a/LS

gaivies.

the fun you'll

ston

Q

Preview

lege.

day

o(j

years.

view

Yet

iit

dio-e/isity

like

next

for the

four

life

a

\^iow[.

Win-

— Fresh-

yea/L at

and

0\yaait

tK.e

Long wood

beginning o(y lit

ojjjje/LS

exciting opportunities

tafee tki/L

t^any new

as students

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beginning o(j

in

lit

t^ei/i jouiLney. Opening Divider 3


"essica Smith,

Jamie Riggs, John Panky, and Holly Loveless picnic a enjoy lunch during PRE-

VIEW.

Kristen Allison

Fisher,

Ross,

Joe MacPhail, and Heather Loveless at Macadinner enjoy a do's.

PREVIEW The participants get ready for fun and games by

warming-up

first of

all.

Orientation The Leaders worked

very hard at PREas they helped incoming Freshmen get accustomed to Longwood.

VIEW


Orientation Leaders

Students

A New

Show Direction At

V IC IV I

Preview, for

many incoming

freshmen,

was their first expyerience at Longwood College. The purpose of preview is to give incoming students a sample of college life while getting some important business accomplished. The days were jammed with activities, rsinging fi-om the dreaded place-

ment tests, registering for classes

to enjoy-

and games. Preview was the chance for the incoming students to

able activities first

meet new friends and experience

for the

first

time the roommate situation. All of the

Freshmen spent the night in Curry which an exdting evening of socializing and goofing off. Not unlike the life to come, these two days were full of interaction between led to

all different types of people, most of whom were complete strangers. Preview was the beginning of the long road of change and growth that would be traveled on the next few years of their lives.

Morris Jon pates the game of partici-

in

Dizzy-Izzy at the Pre-

view gamoB on Her Field

A

fter a long battie to

'\

win games night a A.cluiiter gathers to-other after their victory.

-

A

student at Preview participates in one of the

many games

at Pre\'iew.

Tourney, Jen Steve Foster. Jeremy lor,

DiMaio. Brandy TayRohsa.in S^Âť<1p SUak

Sauce', aiui L>'nii Atkinaon

take time for a picture.

Preview 5


Students Show Off Their Class Spirit At

COLOR WARS Color Wars are a long standing tradition of Long-

wood

College. Every Oktoberfest rival classes are

united to

work together.

This year Freshmen and

Juniors fought under the green and white colors, while

Sophomores and Seniors wore red and white.

The wars were as heated as ever but ended with a prise.

the

sur-

The red and white Sophomores and Seniors won

first

event which was the Dizzy-lzzy and sought

Jacobson, a Steve junior, joins in the battles

Wars with

at

Color

spirit.

Diana cheers

Duncan

on the red and white team as they struggle to win the tug-of-war.

A

member

of the green and white

team

frantically

searches for his shoes in the shoe relay.

Two

members

of

the red and white

team show spirit at Color

A

class

Wars.

member

of the green and white searches for her shoes in the shoe relay.

6 Color Wars

team

another victory looked

like

in

the shoe relay However,

when

it

the red and white team had won, the

Freshmen and Juniors fought back with

spirit

and won

the last two events which were tug-of-war and the paint wars. Each

team won two of the four events and

color wars took a twist of tradition as tie.

in a

it

ended

Jenn Short, a Freshmen participant summed phrase; "Color wars were the best!"

in it

a

up


green and ^^ The white Freshmen |

and Juniors cheer

together after a victory in the paint wars.

I

he green and white team get ready for the r

T' JL

tug-of-war struggle.

hristine Lee, far j-ight.

V^^ class

shows her spirit

with

two of her friends after the paint battle.

Theanddrenchedteam red

white

let

the

games

continue as they stand with evidence of a spirited paint battle.

of MorMembers Board tar include: nifer White,

Jen-

Amy Jack-

abalsky, Diana DunGibson, Julie

can,

Shannon "Blackburn, Joe

MacPhail,

April

Rose.

Color Wars 7


ave I

Brad-

shaw and a friend

play

r

take time out for

around in the dorms.

a picture.

group of studentB who are majority Ltherapeutic majors come together for a picture behind Lancer gym.

busy schedule to relas with a few magazines.

8 Resident Hall Life

isa

fresh-

men

Shores,

and lanother freshmen Rachel

cram after

Sills

into the elevator

working

out.


The Circle Of Friendships Begin In

Dorm

life Night people who Uve with mormng people. After the first two weeks, the politeness fades and reality settles in. The R.A. is there at the end of the hall to maintain order. With new responsibility and freedom, rules are sure to follow. Nothing is more convincing of this than your first wnle up. Dorm life, not unlike college, provides new and interesting challenges that everyone must overcome. Overall, resident hall life gives way for New Circles of Friendships.

Eaton, Lon Ginny McGee and Molly

CowB

ei\joy a picnic

lunch during Preview Patton, Cara Karen Lazzan and Teresa

Monturano take a break from school work to hang out

Justin Btmch and Ben Davica

time

enjoy

away

the

from

school and classes.

and some Chad Juhlenjoy themfriends

selves at the .\XP

Halloween parv

Resident Hall Life 9


O'Neal and Mikie Jenn relax in the Lancer

Cafe while watching Nian Bleu'e show.

Wayne Anne Byrd, Stephanie Vy,

McDaniel, Paula Schaefer, Beverly Byrd,

10 Student Life

Brigette

Foley,

and

Shawn Rayner take time out t)f studying.

ave Bradshaw, a I

I

ijunior,

^ water

enjoysi skiingi

while on vacation.


Journey Stndent Life Student o(y iit "Longwood has

me

provided

tunities to

both

grow

The

pQ/it

get io lenow eaaR. oiiti by going io

classes,

tio-ing

h

doMito/iles, ]om\Aq

gained

I've

Longwood Cd-

much to

success

(jUn ai pQ/ities.

lie

jjOUntQin,

and

LanCe/L Cafje,

doM kooms

a/ie

a

dining R.qW,

(yew ojj ilt iviany

remain a

popula/L R.angouts

o\a

cgi^us. Soivie

o(j

in

the future and

tB.e

\jomakd

i^any events students loole

vital

part of my intellectual

tong

con-

will

tribute

and

while

attending lege

clubs,

experi-

ences that

my

{mponia^i

mentally

and emotionally.

l)-6/Ly

Longwood dom^miu^. Students

oppor-

witfi

Q

Lifjfc (S

io include 0\Zioba\je^i

Gnd

Sp/iing

growth.

Overall, Long-

wood gave me

S\/eefeend. 'BbtR. ojj tR.ese elTents b/ting

a

opportunities

and experiences unlike those

would

[multitude o(j oppo/it unities (yon Students,

I

have

pe/iSpeCtiO-e students,

(jQCulty

pG/ients,

gotten elsewhere." Kimberly

Burice

(DOUBLE

MAJOR

witMbtHS,

and

otR.e/L

inte/iested

people G

Carol

Senior

IN

PSYCHOLOGY

AND ELEMENTARY EDUCA-

lot o(j exciting GCtiaitieS. Oae/LGll, tR.e

Students o(j Longwood

Coivie togetR-eit in

A SOCML JOUf?Af£(j tkoug^

TION)

o(y tR.e best tidies in lifye

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College

LjeGAS. Student Life 11


Q KTOSenfSST A

SPinmO

BOOTH WINNERS winner-Bike-A-Thon Honorable Mention—Alpha Delta Pi

A

group of Zeltas their

show spirit

by

join-

ing in the parade at Oktoberfest.

Phi Mu Alpha T|he band gets r>ep

prepared for the parade that started the Oktober-

festivities at fest

12 Oktoberfest

EXPSRIENC€ ¥0n ALL

I I

EVENTS & ACTIVITIES


1^^ hannon

Carter, Karyn ^^^Earle, and Paula Schae-

!K^ fer, all Lancer Line mempers, ride along in a truck in the

.arrel Richards, I Chung,

D:

"shall,

Stuart

and Marc Mar-

brothers

Alpha Phi Alpha

Gamma Delta The Alphachant and show Sorority their spint as they

of the

fraternity.

walk

parade that starts off the Oktoberfest activities-

in the

Oktoberfest 13


KTOBEJiFEST A JOURNEY THROUGH TRADITION Oktoberfest is made possible by the members of Mortar Board. They plamied the festivities for the big weekend with a lot of diversity and tradition. The parade opened the festivities for the days on Oktoberfest. The Longwood Cheerleaders and Lancer line made a high-energy performance giving preview of what they are all about to potential students, Longwood students and parents. The

Two

klowns

Gospel Choir also sung for the crowd while kid's games were being participated in. Along with the entertainment, many booths were decorated as they competed to be the winner. Overall, Oktoberfest was a spirited chain of events that brought

many

Mean-

exciting opportunities to everyone.

while,

it

also

gave

students

a

JOURNEY

THROUGH TRADITION.

at

Oktoberfest take

moment out to

a

cheer

up

nephew

a

visiting

of Stephanie

McDaniel.

A

group

of

dents

stu-

work

together to com-

drawing on the sidewalk at Oktoberplete a

fest.

he Alpha Sigma Tau sorority work together as sisters to make their I

Ti

Oktoberfest success.

14 Oktoberfest

booth

a

The

Tri

join

parade

Sigmas in

the

that

begins the activities for the day.


^fl

A

sister

from the

ZeU Tau Alpha sorority

shows

her spirit in the Oktoberfest parade.

^^D

Âť-f^

V ohsaan

~^

and

Settle

Carrie

J. VBrown swing

r

on

did the the main

stage for the enjoyment of those who are partaking in the Oktoberfast festivities.

4\\}

The

Delta Zeta take a

sorority

chance

join together in a picture to

before the OktoDerfest

parade

to begin.

^he

Lion

Mascot

rides in the convertible while the Alpha Delta Pi sorority sisters follow on foot behind.

T!

Oktoberfest 15


cott

I

Rachel

Si'Daun .

Douglas, Sills,

Duboski and Lisa Shores try looking at things from a different perspective.

Douglas and Kevin Boyle dress 'up for the Halloween Dining Hall Haunted House. cott

I

L

16 College Life

teven Jacobson >and his friends 'show their spirit I

at a Longwood College basketball game.

A

group of Long-

wood students

L.show show their spir-

Lancers at a basketball game. it

for the

1.^ I _

Sarah

achel

Moore,

Yarbrough,

Trapnell, Michelle

\. Amy

Frye,

Stephanie McDaniel,

and

Donati,

Stephanie Pollard April

all

dress

up

for

Halloween gangsta

likt

girls an(

hippi chicks.


Q OUEGE LIFE EXPERIENCES UNIMAGINABLE

n^'^ 'yar^/'-. /!^/ ^U' v^/i'

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//

ian Bleu and Tracy Holtz talk before one of Nian's performances.

Weidner and Chris Engles spend time

Jocelyn together.

wo students dress up for

Halloween.

O'Donnell. Ryan Engles Chris

and A..J. Colosiget into a shaving cream fight on the hall.

mo

College Life 17


tudent Life

s

Friends You

Meet Along The Way

Cooley Eric shows his off

legs while sporting boxers

and a

tee-shirt.

M

argaret S h u p e

shows

off

her mouth for the camera.

Ben Leigh dresses up as "Alice In Wonderful" at a Halloween Party.

Karyn and Terri Gruber are both juniors.

Karyn

dresses up as a devil in disguise while Terri shows

Mardi Gras 18 Student Life

spirit.


utinffp

^

ff/t

czff^oj.

J£^46>^ /^£i(m ^fvyt^

mr»

Rachel Yarbrough,

a

junior education major, sports her hat just for

fun while hanging out with friends.

Jon Purdham, Darrell Herlinger and Beth Mielwocki hang out at the Oktoberfest Cabin Party held by the Delta

Sigma

Misty

Blickenstaff

rummages through her clothes.

Pi fraternity.

Student Life 19


ake Back The Night Sexual Assault Awareness

Sharon

Cooper

decorates her teeshirt while show-

ing support for sexual assault victims.

Heather

Bous-

man, a sophomore, and Jennie Sharp, a junior, AST's) march with a candle.

(both

Iwo

girls partici-

pate in the "Take

Back The Night"

20 Take Back The Night


Farrah

Sampson,

a freshman, ties a ribbon around a tree in

memory

of a

r;ipe victim.

At;ruup Tau

of Zeta

Alpha's

n-cognize sexual

assault victims by

participating in "Take

Back The Night."

A

Tri

Sigma par-

ticipates

in

Take Back The

Night.'

group of Zeta

Tau walk

Alpha's

around

with a lighted candle to

ietra

Di I

Nance and

a friend partici[)ate

in

"Take

Back The Night."

show support.

A

group of students

show

their support at

â&#x20AC;˘Take Back The Night."

Two

Longwood

students partici-

pate

in

Back The Night."

"Take

A

Longwood

stu-

/\

dent tips her candle to help another girl light her

^^ candle.

Take Back The Night 21


W erobics Stepping to Fitness

Tracey were all aerobics instructors during the 1995 - 96 academic year.

Ann

Byrd, Beth Ro

berts (aerobics in

W ^^H

H

structor trainee

and Whitney McDanie (aerobics instructor train' ee) do the areobics warmup.

r-^^tfl

wL â&#x20AC;&#x201D; L

Several

Long-

wood College students partic-

ipate in step aerobics.

22 Aerobics


Whitney McDaniel, an aerobics trainee,

works out dur-

ing step aerobics.

number

of stu-

dents do step aerobics for fun

and

exercise.

Aerobics 23


T

herapeutic Recreation A Peak At The Journey Ahead

Therapeutic Recreation Organization

Raissa Czemerynski Advisor's

Purpose: To promote and develop an interest and understanding of therapeutic recreation within the major.

A

therapeutic

.major major shows a

young ly

T% IF /T

idielle Bunting

%/ 1 l\/l

takes some of

recreation

girl

Ught a

how

fire.

to safe-

Name:

President's

I

^T^L

Dr.

Name:

Susan LjTich

Treasurer's

Name:

SheUi Otis

^^ir--'

her

'**^

younger

companions on a canoe ride in the lake.

The

therapeutic club playfully participates

in

an activity while on a retreat.

A

group of students

shove themselves

under a

tent, escaping the heat.

24 Therapeutic Recreation

.--^^


wo Longwood studenta each other pizza while trying to succcssthe other perHon a ithriut making's feed hjive

A

student

lian

and

Waugh

feed each other

Therapeutic Recreation 25


^

Sigma Tau: Alpha Ginnie Eaton, Sarah Daniels,

Amy Black. Patti Crowder.

Kara Dickerson,

Arlene Goodrich, and in front

is

Heather Baus-

man. Delta Alpha Hollie Jenkins. Pi:

Amy Johnson, Tansee Kidd, Ashley Jones. Teri Talmage. Stephanie Carroll and Allison Stagg.

and Hayes

aniel Grote

Di I

Cricket

perform

their

skit while representing

the

26 LypSvTic

Kappa

Deltas.

Atmy

Mule, Michelle Maier and Lisa bpFamholt do a stunt while performing their skit as Delta Zeta pledges.

.

anni Han'ey. Marcie McGuire

Di I

and Sarah Hess

do their skit as pledges for

the Sigma

sorority.

Kappa

ack Row: Kathy McTaggart, Sherrie Smith, .Jamiie Smith. Elizabeth Eppler. Jackie

b;

Denormandie. Julia Morgan and Celeste Lori Hensley and Mel Amberger These pledges represent Alpha Sigma Alpha.

Dwyer Front Row:


B enjoyed Lyp Syiic as it gave opportunity to get to know my sisters even better. It was a good way to get to know your pledge sisters in a way unlike the way you typically see them. I had a great time and it was as <nsy as "ABC and 1-2-3." Cricket "I really

me an

— Sophomore HORORITY WINNERS

{laves

''

Alpha Sigma Alpha ZotaTau Alpha v Alpha Delta Pi

'

,

J ^

FRATERNII'Y WINNERS 1st

Place—Alp"-

i

Ipha

Gamma

Delta: Nicole Rafeale, Kris

Duke, Melissa Leake, .Heather MacLean, Meghan Smith, Megan Riccardi and Jent McGlaufline. Oliveri,

Cristy

A

RA Dining Hall

Services: Steve Johnson.

t

front

is

-;—"•> Phi

J^^^HJ^K^fl

Jennifer

Edwards and

Ai

in

bthe back is Shannon Rice and Leigh Anne Butler represent-

ing Zeta Tau Alpha.

Lyp Sync 27


ommunity Service A

volunteer Journey

Top Row: Raline Martin,

Hilton

Hallock,

Randa. Patina Copeland. Homerwher, Chanel Vaughan, Dee Rowan. Back Row: Betty

Susie Bruce. Rob Wil-

Janniece Hill. Monica Mathews. Mary son,

Janniece Hill. Patina Copeland and Monica Mathews get ready to work on the house at Alternate Spring Break.

Janniece Hill takes break

a

Nacarlo. Latrice Petti-

Break

gren.

in Charleston.

28 Community Service

from

Alternate Spring to

go bike riding


"

w^^W.j^/crÂŤv-.^s*'-'

Patina Copeland, Monica Mathews, Janniece Hill

and

Chanel

Vaughn cycle for fitness in and pleasure Charleston.

A

few students enjoy a

program

on

GuUah

Traditions at our Lady of

Mercy

Outreach

Center.

Patina Copeland, Monica

Mathews, and Janwork on a

niece Hill

house

at John's Island,

SO.

Community

Ser\'ice

29


Stephanie

Patter-

on

a

puppet show

at

son

puts

the Elementary School

Christmas Party. 30 Communitv Service


ommunity Service Students Voiunteering Their Time

Kim

Culler and

Meredith Brewer

children's

enjoy

the

company

at

the Elementary School

Christmas Party.

Phillipa Welle and her

little

sibling

hang out

togeth-

er at the Big Sibling

Christmas Party.

indy Bailey and

her

little

sibling

laugh and enjoy their food at the Valen-

"W^

â&#x20AC;˘Âť

tine's

Dav

Party.

Community Senace 31


'

MoYJff

f

Tau Zeta sorority

TheAlpha

brought Lyp Sync to Ufe

with their skit at

the 1996 Fall event.

J|

The

Sigma Kap-

pas do a

little

bathroom

skit

while one of the girls sports a pink robe.

fter

Ai

Sigma Kap-

pas walk off with a banner with their sorority

name on

32 Lyp Sync

an exhaust-

ing perfoiTnance,

.the

it.


he Alpha Delta Pi sorority does a

rendition of the

"Love Boat." Delta

he

Zeta

sorority perform

the

in

Spring

1996 Lyp Sync tradiand encourage to students other

tion

â&#x20AC;˘'Think

A

Z."

he Alpha Delta Pi sorority

come

together to sing together with their song.

A

fraternity puts

on a show

for

the students at

Lyp Sync while dancing to

the back.

Lyp Sync 33


^n

pring I/Weekend A

Tradition of the Past

Longwood Two dents hats stu-

sell

and other hand

made items

at Spring

Weekend.

A A

student herself

braces before

experimenting

with the 3-axis

activity.

Longwood Co lege student takes a break

from cooking chili Spring Weekend. 34 Spring Weekend

at


hile

get

wet

game

from

against

guard herself of the mud.

all

student,

after

knocked by her fights back

being

a

of ooze ball, a girl

tries to

,

students

muddy and .

down

partner,

with

her

powerful

punching gloves.

oze ball, a tradi-

Itional

Spring

Weekend

event, brings students together

and

offers a lot of

excitement for both the players and viewers.

Spring Weekend 35


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5^

^;.

I.

;?!

Longwood students walk around

Some

soaked

an

after

game

intense

of ooze bail.

A

group stand

of

people

around

vvatclung the cheer-

leaders do their perfor-

students enjoy Some the band that per-

formed

Weekend around

at

by

Spring dancing

to the music.

A

couple students

play around in

middle of

the

the ooze ball game.

Nian with

Bula, along

WLCX advertise

the

another D.J..

Long-

wood College radio

sta-

tion.

Bigham Joshua participates

Two

Spring Weekend by taking advantage of the surf board experi-

boxing gloves.

in

ence.

Longwood

stildents

play

around with the

group

A<

ship Club.

36 Spring Weekend

of

stu-

dents take a -break during Spring Weekend from the Christian Fellow-


pring V^eekend

A

student gets

all

shooken up on one of Long-

woods Spring Weekend activities.

Spring Weekend 37


ALongwood

College

student works at a booth at Spring Weekend to promote spirit.

group of students

A'

show their spirit by

.

ative

designing

sign

to

a

cre-

promote

peace.

a baseball player, Tim, and a couple other

students watch as a student does the surf board activity.

^ J

^^^^ ^^Ri^^^^

r

^V -

\

^,^E

r Rachel Yarbrough and

'^' i:iiÂŤ%ji'

Angela

Clark talk about

Spring Weekend.

Two

Longwood

College students

sell

set up a booth to hand made items.

A

Longwood College

student hangs out at Spring Weekend with John Carters dog Floyd ,

38 Spring Weekend

W |

'^

verett Bogle few of his

J-^ peers some ment.

of their

and a

ROTC

check

Army

out

equip-


pring

Weekend

Pembleton and a few friends cott

wash the mud

off

their bodies following a

game

of ooze ball.

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Basketball A Courted Journey

iW^ 30 conNumber centrates on a 3-point basket for his

team.

Brown leaps Kail above her opponents to make a basket while they anxiously eve the rim. 'ikki Hall jumps

Ni while

up into the air to set up a shot her opponent

looks at the shot with

44 Basketball

weary

eyes.

Outlaw, #20, Jason struggles to gain control of the ball for his

team.


^^^^ Q Scoreboard^ Mens

61

High Point

50 64 86

Erskine

Women'.s Ba.sketball

Queens

75

80

Alderson-Broaddus

Elon

71

66

Virginia State

69 72 SO

75

Car.son-Newman Queens

75

Pfeiffer

91

Lees-McRae St. Andrews Coker Queens

Elon Pfeifter

Pfeiffer

St.

71

Andrews

Pfeiffer

Mars

Hill

Wesleyan Va. Wesleyan M. Olive So.

71

Bel.

53 60 74 80 63 53 79 74 81 70 72 59 75

Scoreboard^

Basketball

73 62 63 94 75

64 86 82 64

01

Abbey

Coker Coker (2 OT) Barton (OT) Belmont Abbey

Haven Pembroke St. L.

Erskine (OT) Barton

Lees-McRae(2 0T) St. Andrews Mt. Olive

Queens Andrews

St.

66

69 81

54 63 64

6S 65 49

85

71

'IS

81 72

6G 75

73

90

77 51

Elon

55

61

83

Erskine

85

78

High Point

32 67

48

81

63

71

82 66

68 75

Mount Olive Mount Olive St. Andrews

73 65 66

Belmont Abbey

69

59 55 80

55

61

73

Barton

57

79

73 75

Belmont Abbey Coker

65

88 80 74 54

62

Pfeiffer

45 61 55

S'i

48 56 72 66 69

Barton Belmont Abbey West Chester Virginia Union

75

Salem-Teikyo Elon

75

Pittsburgh-Johns.

81

Erskine

69 66

Virginia Union St.

53

KO

86

84 83

55

Andrews

28

Women's Basketball:

Amy

Sitting:

Aisha Mallet, Kali Brown. Ashley Weaver. Cessy Sullivan. Stsmding: Cocaptain Charity Owens, Nee Ragland, Claudia Blauvelt, Co-captain Nikki Hall, Mai-\' Assistant Coach Barron, Loretta Coughlin, Head Coach Shirley Cuncan. Valerie Firth, Christine Roberts, and Shawna Donivan.

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gr

Bradlej',

Men's Basketball: ;

n

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1st

Tim Mathis, Junior

Row: Burr.

Colin Long. O.J. McClees, K.J.

LJi.

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<^'i d

Courtney, DeVonne Johnson,

*lk-^rtdr-.J'?.

c

hris

over

his

head.

Williams,

#32, jumps up to

pass

the

ball

opponent's

T^ ^umber I

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^

^

20

aggressively fights

off

ll

^t^'iJ

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2nd Row: Jason Outlaw, Assistant Coach James Johnson. Head Coach Ron Carr, Assistant Coach Dan Pi-escott, Student Assistant Jon Vaughn, Vince Walden. Back Row: Melvin Bellamy, Benji Webb, Eddie Shelbume, Joe Jones, Chris Williams, Brian Thompson, Issac Lartey.

his

opponent in order to score a basket for his team.

Basketball 45


A Journey On The

T

ina Tsironis delivers a

powerful

kick to the ball.

fends Jon Gates opponent his

keep the

ball.

control

off

to

of

Field


^^^^

Men's Soccer: Top Row: Brad Davis, Jon Schwartz, Ben Speck-

Jimmy Steels, Mike Walsh, Taylor Tucker, Andy McCaskill, Serge Glouckhoff, Coach Stan Ciepliniski, Kane DeVivi, Middle Row: Brian Raugh, Jon Gates. hart,

Greg Russ, David Granada, Chip Rohr, Chris Cramer, Nigel Bailey, Bottom Row: Jason Brininstool,

Jeremy Thomas, Tito

Lopez,

Damen Stastiny. Chris Engstrom. Eric ShafEner, Scott

JBSta

A

ndy McCaskill struggles for control of the ball.

M

ichelle Finley

races to reach

the ball ahead

of her opponents.

Samowski.

Row: Carrie Burnett, Tina Bath, Julia Fera, Girl's Soccer: First

Michele Finley, Tina Tsironis, Sara Philbrick, Sarah Wliisman, Second Row: Cara Burns, Kate Hrastar, ICieley Munnikhuysen, Beth Portell. Stephanie Tucker,

Megan Daugherty. Stepanie Jansen, Thn-d Row: Student Trainers Terri Davidson and Sam Jones, Sheena McCTloine?Aradia Bath, Corey Benderoth, Assistant Coach Kevin Porterfield. Head Coach Todd Over

Soccer 47

et


coif A Journey On The Right Course

golfer anxThis iously awaits

to

see ball stops.

48 Golf

where the

A \

/

^

-nna

Holm

care-

gauges the JLdistance from fully

the ball to the hole.

^~^ oncentrating intensely, I V_ÂŤ/ golfer hits

thi

th

toward the hoi hoping for a sinker

ball


.

Scoreboard

Scoreboard

Women's Golf Tina Barrett, 328.334,662 1st out of 5 teams

Men's Golf

Max Ward

Invit. (f Elon,

325-320-645

Lady Monarch Invit.

7th out of 22

321-326-647

Camp Lejeune Intercollegiate

5th out of 10 teams

Lady Tar Heel

Invit.,

295-307-327-929 Pl'eiffer/Pme

314-314-320-948 16th out of 18 teams

James Madison

Invit..

10th out of 21 x'.rjiriia

353-368-721 12th out of 14 teams

ECAC

Championship, 342-346-688 5th out of 15 teams College of Charleston Invit. 337-360-697 15th out of 19 teams Williams & Mary College, 353-351-704 8th out of 13

Duke Spring

Needles Invitational

310-307-617 State Championships 307-311-618 3

St out of 15

CVAC Championships 339-317-314-970 4th out of 11

NCAA North Region District II 302-313-615

2nd out of 13

Team

Stroke Average (Yearly)

4394-313.9 (14 Rounds) 7823-312.9 (25 Rounds)

Invit.,

345-358-382-1085 15th out of 15 teams Fighting Camel Invit., 341

8th out of 12

Team Average: 333.3 Yearly Team Average: 341.7 Fall

Rachel Abbott. Frida Svensson, Anna Hohn, Karla Roberson. Jennifer Brown. Chrissy Ai-riola, Head Coach Cindy Ho.

^M 't>>%

From

left

to

right:

Chris

Evan Smith. Gar\' Koh, Richard Hite. Jack Tsai. Mike Frook,

Turner, Chris DeBoer. Jack Schick. Eric Levin, Head Coach Steve Nelson.

Golf 49


Tennis A Journey On The Court

50 Tennis


"S Men's Tennis: Front to Back: Brian Davis,

Dave

Hill,

Steve Rip-

Sam

Mickle, Jason Bivens, John ley,

Cocksy, Coach Stan

Cieplinski, Dave Samson, Dave Savino was absent.

Women's Tennis; Marcia Osorio, Eryn Craft, Back: Melissa Ferrufino, Julie Westcott, Emily Smith, Shannon Lovelace, Jennifer Gomer, Christi Colavita, Julia Fera, Coach Todd

Dver was absent.

hannon Lovelace moves to the net to return the ball.

Tennis 51


Field

Hockey & Lacrosse

This player

hockey keeps a

field

wary eye on the advance of her opponents.

52 Field Hockey

&

LaCrosse

A

Longwood

stu-

/\

dent works

dili-

A

XA.ggently e n y tough game,

1

1

at a

A

my Hegna,

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/\ Barlow Field, deXA.;fends the ball from the other team.


Bottom Row: Amy Hegna, LeAmie Deal, Second Row: Kelly Callan, Karen Patton, Emily Stone, Melissa Buolow, Teresa

S^P 4^짜

-u^.-^\^

Birr,

Third

Row: Lori Clark, Melissa Miranda, Arkena Dailey, Stacy Marrs, Ali Brandenbuiger, Susy Spangler, Fourth Row: Janette Kern, Krumrt Pehovaz-Diez, r:ii.- Howard, ????, iftli Row: Shan''!':

":

I'

,..<M llin:je!i.

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Klin Travis,

Back Row:

???,

Head Coach Janet Gi-ubbs, ??9

LC

0pp.

Mary Washington

1

17

19

Hollins

2

17

LeMoyne

12

12

American

4

6

Colby Bridgewater

14

12

18

Guilford

9

5

Washington & Lee Lynchburg Randolph-Macon Davidson

15

8

14 11

8

14 10 17

19

Kenyon

3

16

R-MWC

4

14

Sweet Briar

3

eAnne Deal, at Wake Forest, preIpares to hit the ball.

Clark, on Lori Barlow Field, pounces the

ball

before her opponents

reach

it.

Field

Hockev

& LaCrosse

53


Baseball Taking A Swing Towards Victory

teve Mozucha, a

I

'Ired Stoots prac-

I

kjunior, hurls the

'ball across the plate.

1^ i^L

tices his

swing

before his turn

at the plate.

hett Pfitzner. a Rhett junior, seems

destined to hit a ^d^stined

home

run.

^T

ongwood baseo players b ball 1 Jcheer Ac on their teammates from the I

dugout.

54 Baseball


^^^^m Scoreboard BelmontAbbey,8-6, 7-2 Belmont Abbey, 16-10 Mon-is, 13-0, 11-2 Pfeilfer, 2-4, 1-2

Pfoiffer, 4-6

Elizabeth City Stath, 8-0. 9-4

Hampdeii-Sychiey,

19-ii

Lynchburg, 15-6 Mount Saint Mary, 5-0, 8-9

Mount Olive, 5-4, 2-9 Mount Olive, 4-1 Barton, 2-3, 2-9

Barton, 12-0 Coker, 5-8, 2-1 Coker, 3-5

Andrews, 7-8, 3-6 St. Andrews, 6-15

St.

Erskine, 3-5 Erskine, 9-4, 6-10

High

Point, 7-3

Pfeiffer, 1-3

Erskine, 3-5 Virginia State, 15-3,3-1

Randolph-Macon, 13-5 St, Paul's, St.

11-0,6-0

Augustine's, 11-1, 13-3

Row: Robey Caldwell, Adam Tlirift, Mike Lewis, Shawn Torian. David Edmonds. Jermaine Burwell. Fred Stoots. Second Ruw: Kevin Carter, Quinn Armstrong, Jason Hatcher, Rus.'^ell Bradshaw. Scott Hueston. Todd Barker, Buck Walker, Tim Buffkin, Back Row: Graduate Assistant Coach, Brian Bassett, Steve Mozucha. Rhett Pfitzner, Kevin Cox, Justin Bunch, Ben Davies, Rick Gastley, Head Coach Buddy Bolding. First

Bassett, Gret

Baseball 55


Softball

iliiif^

Dana Lewis

con-

centrates as she

prepares swing the 56 Softball

bat.

to


wrestling A Journey With Strength

"ark Mast attempts to turn .an opponent for

|turat .keeps '

Chung a

strong

hold on his oppo-

back points

WrestUng 57


Cockey. Tracey John Stephanie Mc-

junior,

Daniel, Sarah Tiapnell, and Amy Frye take a break from studying to snap a pic58 People Divider

ture.

little

around.

Holts,

a

shows her sibling

A

few TKE's take pat't

in

."Take "Take Back

the

The

Night" event that is held to promote sexual assault awareness.

A

gi'oup of thera;

/ \ peutic XA.;,ation enjoy

i"ecre-

majors

some good

old

fashion outdoors fun in

the woods.


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PEOPLE Traveling Faces

into i^t

LoKQwood Coiltqt tdwtailomi

im. CoKSide/Ling t^e dents at Longwood

ous

fj/Liends eit^eii

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Longwood. Oo-ena^^, as Students conquen

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sys-

cou/iage,

mA

dete/iimnation

eacK. student i^eets

a hi

ojy

"t/iao-e&ing jjaces.

People Divider 59


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f<bss

Size.M.OM.e

Abbit

Qm

Sv/and. Seniors 61


Adams, FR FR Christina Batts, FR Tract

Winfred Baker,

Laurie Bice

Shawna Boehmer, SO Susan Brown, JR Anne Byrd, JR Tara Byrgia, FR

Stephanie Campbell, JR Susan Carson, JR Antoinette Carter,

SO

Angela Clark, JR

Sharon Coates, SO Zena Cooper, FR riicole

Coukos, JR

Alison Crosby

Raissa Czenierynski, SO Melissa Dailey Michael Davidson, FR Laura Davis

62 Underclassmen


Melissa Doshier, SO Dawn Duboski, FH Geraklitha Evans Srolt

Evans

Chris Engles, ER Jennifer Eelch, SO Rob Eishcer Latrice Eleet,

SO

Bridget Eoley,

JR

Sharon Eox Camm Ereeman Brandy Eunai

Robbyn Gayer, SO Serge Gloukhoff, ER Michael Grauitt, JR Terri Gruber,

JR

Erin Guenther,

SO

ER Rebecca Hall. ER Eleide Hales,

Kristian Hicks

Underclassmen 63


Kristi Hughitt, FR Plonica Hanku, FR Mancy tienderson, FR Meredith Hess, FR

Susanna

Hill,

Christina Holland, Lisa Holland, Crystal Jennings,

JR FR FR JR

Syndra Jones, JR Karey Kudrik Rex Lampe, FR Jennifer Larus

Maria Makowke, FR

Wendy

Martin,

JR

Timothy Mathus, FR Mortrya Mayewsky, SO

Stephanie McDaniel, JR Beth McDowell, JR Dona Meelany, FR Mike Mucha, SO

64 Underclassmen


Christian Murray.

Sara Pieely Jason Outlaw, Sallie

FH

SO

Payne

Crystal Pea tress, FH

PR PR Crystal Potter, PR

Mary

Phillips,

Valerie Pisano,

Brooke Puckett, PR Angela Rainey,

SO

Catherine Ramsey, JR Christy Ball, PR

Sarah Reed, PR Walter Rohr, PR Melanie Roxenberg, PR Andrea Rushing, JR

Erika Schiff,

Amy Sheer,

JR PR

Laura Shelton, JR Tara Sherman, PR

Underclassmen 65


^^ Nary Helen Sherrand, SO Lisa Shores, FR Shannon Slone, JR Fred Stoots

Kathleen Suddarth Jennifer T'Anson, FR Jen Thacker, JR

Barbara Varsidis, FR

Vinson Walden, SO Jacelyn Weidner, FR Eddie Whiteman, FR Arthur Wiggins, JR

Kedra Williams, FR Scott Willianis, FR Erin Wilson Fred Wintermantel, FR

Marc Nroczkowski, JR Traci

Moody Carey

Jennifer

66 Underclassmen


fri

raduation

group of Senior sit graduates attentively

ramie,

to the far

right,

and some

usan Oates,

to

I

I

,

the far right, and her of some

_ ' other graduates Wait patiently for their

senior

diploma.

friends

'

graduating show their about enthusiasm graduating.

I

eady

the

for

moment

they

/have been wait-

lis-

receiving their the senior

tening to the ceremony while awaiting the big

ing

moment.

graduates listen ceremony.

for,

diploma,

to

the

Graduation 67


!

asha. a freshmen freshmen, Sasha.

A

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holds up the chih chili

'spoon spoon with a group of her sisters at Oktoberfest

68 Greek Divider

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group of sisters from different

A.-sororities sororities show

Tl\T"

im and

Waldron Kelly, Kellv,

both

J. A. juniors, have

their unity across let-

blast at a

ters.

tion.

a

Greek func-

AA

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ton,

XA.Land Penny Roberts take a break from decorating their jungle

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Colleen

Ryan

(in

the middle) and

her sisters enjoy a break at the beach.

Two

girls.

Colleen

Ryan, and Allison Harshburger

come together for a picture.

70

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picture

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the mocktails that cen-

tered around a country/western theme.

ASA and KA

71


elta Zeta's

[together

come at

a

Longwood Greek event. group of Delta Zeta's gather .together while waiting to have a good laugh watching Lyp Sync.

72

Az

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T^^ aria and Anne ^^ Byrd. a junior,

^ A.get

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Oktoberfest parade.

n Spring Week|end a group of

Delta Zeta's take a break to take a picture together.


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73


Megan

Trapp,

Elizabeth Pasto,

Row: ElizaFront beth Pasto,

Lu Brundage. Devon Wargo and other

Mytryshyn, DarMegan Trapp.

sisters do the tennis

spin at a Sisters' Party

A

group of sisters do a dance at the Valentine's

Day Crush

Party.

Anne

ren,

Back Row: Carlton, Deborah White, Kristen Saunders and Devon Wargo.

Devon

Wargo,

Ellen Rrpperger,

Christy

Cowl-

and Laura Dunville get ready for Spring ing,

Walk

1995.

LVJi 74 Tri Sigma


group of tri sigma sisters sell bake goods

a: ,

to raise

money for their

sororitv.

members The newSigma

get

of Tri

together breakfast

A

a

for

(Fall 1994).

A

/\

X

ssociates

who

bids

for

A. Tri Sigma

run

to their

took

new

sorority.

gi-oup of sisters

country

dance

line

at

the

New Members and Sisters' Party.

Tri

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AST Sisters

AST Two make

sisters

chili

to

at

Spring Weekend promote spirit and

unity.

ieu

Ha

r a m

)

,

lAdam /

ST Chapter Room before

(Grand-

Rachel (Big Sis-

ter),

Arlene Goodrich

(Lir

Sis')

show

their

A:

.sorority Walk:

Top: Teresa Parlante,

Row

1:

Jen Hailey,

enthusiasm after the

Rachel Adam, Heather

1995 Pin Pledging.

Swan, Kara Dickerson,

Fall

Row 2: Marilou Wooton, Mary Vaughn, Jenny Avery,

Row ton,

3:

Ginny Eaton, Miranda Kel-

Denise James.

Coming Together


a

Iler '96.

Run

"field trip"

A group

of AST

sisters join together

in the fun while watch-

ing the fraternity run.

and Little SisTop Row: Kim Talley, Patti Crowder, Rachel Adam, Jenny

Big

ters FallUS.

Avery, Jennifer Conner,

Bottom Row: Sara Daniel,

Kara Dicker-

son, Arlene Goodrich,

Ginny Eaton, Amy Black, Heather Bous-

man, Jennie Sharp.

AST

77


eslie

Walter and

Missy Lynch (stand by for a picture after walk.


BOB

^1


'ang

Hi

the

n'

around

halls

Theresa E. Barron, Sherry

of

Schu-

Conny

luckebier, Valerie

Snoddy, Chris Galoci,

Dalton. Beth Mielwoc-

.Hiner.

Pam Gravitt,

Silcox,

Mike

Dan Janoski.

ki,

and Jon Purdam

enjoy a night out of bowling.

Darrell and

J.D.

Russell

Outten

check out board

message Hiner

the in

Nash

Gill (with hose) and Jon Purdham help

out with a fundraiser by getting down and dirty at a Car Wash. Delta Sigma Pi

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o

M

Mike Thai, ngie Michele Gravitt. nley,

Kim

Stering.

and Higaard Kiistine James Cole enjoy some of their

beach

Mike rad King, .Gavitt, and Janice 'Hagen help out at the Oktoberfest booth. L

Bi

free time on the at a Leadership

Conference.

Brad King, Front: Hilgaard Kristine (girl bent oven and Jon Purdham. Back; Chris Galoci, Connie Snoddy, and Mark Pinchbeck experiment new ideas on the

ropes course.

Delta Sigma Pi 81


Greek Life ASA

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AST

Name: Alpha Sigma Alpha Colors: Red and White Symbols: Lady Bug, Palm Tree, Raggedy Ami Philanthropies: Special Olympics and the S. Jione Smith Center for Infants and Preschool Children with Devel-

Name: Alpha Sigma Tau Colors: Emerald Green and

Name: Sigma Kappa Colors: Lavender and Maroon

Gold Flower: Yellow Rose Philanthropy: Cystic Fibrosis,

Flower: Violet Philanthropy: Alzheimer's Disease

March

Founded: November Colby College Symbol: Rabbit

of

Dimes

Founded: November

4,

1899

(National)

opmental/Mental Delays Founding Year: November 15, 1901 at Longwood

9,

1874

AAn

ZTA Nam.e: Sigma Sigma Sigma Nickname: Tri Sigm.a

Name: Zeta Tau Alpha Colors: Turquoise and Gray

Name: Alpha Delta Pi Colors: Blue and White

and White Symbols: Sailboats Founded: April 20, 1898 Long-

Flower: White Violet Philanthropy: Association for Retarded Children Founded: October 15, 1898 Longwood College

Flower: African Violet Philanthropy: Ronald McDonald House Founded: 1851 Secret Society

Symbol: Bunny

Symbol: Lion

Colors: Royal Purple

wood

College

KA Name: Kappa Delta Nickname: Kay -Dee Colors: OUve Green and Pearl White Symbols: Teddy Bears, Nautilus Shell, the Dagger & the Katydid Philanthropy: Local-Patrick Henry Boy's Home, National-Children's Hospital of Richmond, VA, National Committee to Prevent Child Abuse, American Academy of Orthopaedic Research

Awards Founding Year: October 23, 1897

82 Greek Life

at First

AFA I

AZ

Name: Alpha Gamma Delta Nickname: Alpha Gams Colors; Red, Buff, and Green

Name: Delta Zeta Nicknam.e: D or Delta Zee Colors: Old Rose and Green Philanthropy: Gallaudet University (for the hearing impaired)

Flower: Rose Philanthropy: Alpha Gamma Delta Juvenile Diabetes Foundation Founded: October 10, 1959 Symbol: Squirrel

Founded: 1956 (Longwood)

1902 (Nationally) Maacot: Turtle

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A20 Name: Delta Sigma Theta

Name: Alpha Chi Rho Colors: Garnet and White

Nickname: Deltas Colors: Crimson and Cream Symbol: Fortitude Chapter: Pi

Chapter: Phi Theta Chi

Nickname: Crows Symbol: Labarum

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Hall:

Annex Main Cunningham

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Name: Alpha Sigma Phi Nickname: Alpha Sigs Chapter: Cardinal and Stone

Name:

Symbol: Phoenix

Chapter: Epsilon Gamma Syrabol: Star and Lamp Hall: Third Floor Frazier

Ground Floor Cox

Sororities

Name; Phi Kappa Tau Nickname: Phi Taus Colors: Old Gold and Harvard

Red Chapter: Epsilon

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Nickname: Pi Kaps Colors: White and Gold

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Greek Life 83

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enthusiasm and Long\vood College Basketball Game. spirit at a

84 Clubs and Organizations

ary and Natia,

M:

both social

.work majors encourage people to "Create A Little Sunshine" in others' lives.

atia. a junior, junior. Natia. enjoys her

little

siblings

ny

compa-

at a Valentine's

Partv.

Day

A

group of Honors students enjoy ^L a dinner while at an Honors Confer-

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Clubs 81 Organizations Business or Pleasure O/LganizQtioKS lle^y

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Clubs and Organization 85


Longwood

College

Equestrian

m

A

Longwood

Col-

lege student rides around

the horse Belfry View

Stables during practice.

FACULTY ADVISOR 1967PR. 86 Equestrian IVam

MAUD ENO

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Longwood

Col-

lege Equestrian

Team member 81 gets preptired for a

A

student gives

another student a hand in

getting her boots

^

T.

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\^

"^

^'.'

'mi--.

off.

.

student practices for

a show

in the Belfry

S^ew

Stables.

Equestrian

Ibam 87


Willi

ams presents the

Dance

Company

Thepany

he dance com-

I

for

practices

an upcom-

ing performance.

*Âť odney Will1"^^ iams, the direc-

V

JL tor of the Dance Company, participates in the upcoming performance.

Dance Company

The

students on

the team take a break before a

performance.

Comes Molly helps help '

,

oily

Rodney

Will-

^ 11

X-^

uring practice, four students pose for the be-

for a

ginning

performance using

performance.

iams get prepared paint.

of

a


MollytheComes, midin

dle,

and two

other students on the team are all dressed up for a

performance.

Williams Rodney takes pride in

the Dance Company as well as the other students.

he Dance Comjany practices the performance being held on Weekend. Spring

oily

.'or

,

Comes

and another student on

the Dance

Company

practice for

Three practice

students for the

a

performance.

Spring Weekend performance.

Dance Company 89


Jenkins, Beth Bophomore,

a prac-

tices the

tine for an performance.

Stephanie

dance rou-

upcoming

McDaniel,

a junior, works on a poster for the Oktoberfest parade.

90 Lancer Line


A Smaan

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eO-CAPWItt/SnPtMtin MCMff/K 4ff9 /995 • SMAMHOM CAtim nOTH JUMIOnO.

MfuinHv^ Fall 1995 - Spring 1996/ Back Row: Paula Schaefer, Beverly Byrd, Stephanie McDaniel,

Holly Jenkins, Beth Roberts Bottom Row:

t996 - 97 co-MrniHS/nrH notatrs MAunaH empiuA.

Maureen Campiglia, Karyn Earle, Shannon Carter, JuUe Tipton, Catherine Ramsey, and Susan Dates.

rissy Gallahan, a freshman,

and Cat-

herine Ramsey sell baked goods at Spring Weekend to raise money for the team. oily

Jenkins and Maureen Campiglia

practice the dance routine for Spring

Weekend.

upcoming formance.

Lancer Line 91


Fellowship of Christian Athletes

m ^^^B^H

ICA FCA

shows their albums and other

relics

of

I

1^ JL.

^ CA

JCA and FAC

discusses

things amongst

together

each other at the

game

of

for

get a

putt

Involvement Fair Fall

while members anxiously await their

1995).

ball

the past year in the (

Fireside (Fall 1995).

putt

going

in.


n

Fall of 1995,

join

i:paint field wall.

together the

FCA to

center-

fT^wo I

^L

students enterother the

tain

guests at the Friday

night Fireside.

ne of the many workshop materials for a con-

ferpnce involving the

FCA.

The

students

volved

in

in-

the

Fellowship of Christian Athletes put a

lot of

into

time and effort

making their orga-

nization special.

a Spring During Retreat the Fellowship of Christ-

ian Athlete

students

participate in a called the

game

"Back Rub

Line."

TheFCAmembers

of

dance around

at

the

night Fireside.

Friday


Clark, a junior, Angela participates Sat a

LATE workshop that was presented by Katie Woods.

and Natia Mary Lamb had

a booth order to raise Federation of Social Workers. in

money

for the

r h Woods, preKatie senter from

Western Carolina University, and Rozina Scott (S-LATE President) work togeth-

'Vkt QA/iginiai/L Editor-In-Chief:

Stephanie McDaniel

er in the writing work-

Advisors:

shop that "'directly Informs Instruction." This was done at a

S-LATE English/Lan-

Hilton Hallock, Betty

Randa

Staff Members: Sarah Trapnell, Rachel Yarbrough, Monica Yanku, Holly Warren, Eve Butler, Brigette Foley

guage Arts Conference.

Chris Mary, Norton and Natia

Lamb

cook Italian sausages at Spring Weekend.

94 S-LATE.

SOWK, The Virginian


S-M7^

OCi

u

an opportunity for

The purpose students to come in contact with school is to offer

The Federation

of Student Social Workers: This is "an organization that brings social work majors, and anyone else who is interested, together for educational, professional, and

sys-

tems, sponsor workshops concerning educational issues, encourage communication between the English and Educational Departments and to provide the opportuni-

social events and which strives to also educate the entire Longwood community. The Federation focuses on social issues of national and international importance and hosts public speakers who come and speak on a variety of issues relevant to social work today."

ty for teachers in the Southside, VA area to participate in an academically aware envi-

ronment and address current educational

members S-LATE prepare for the

conference at morning registration.

Amy ior,

Frye, a jun-

shows

off a

1995 Virginian at Spring Weekend. Norton, a Chris junior, wanders

"what is going on over there." to Right: Left Brooke McCann (secondai'y

mem-

ber at large), Rozina

Amy

Scott (President),

Perry (Vice-President), Bridget Joyner (Treasurer), Marcie McGuire (Secretary), and Crystal

Jennings (not

pic-

tured, elementary member-at-large).

S-LATE,

FSSW & The Virginian

95


Angle Dana

Tombs, Scot,

Rob

Wilson, Michael

and David Chiles enjoy a dinner at the Honors Conference. Bell,

David upChiles the looks

to

gazing at the birds that are hunsky,

gry for food.

group of students, enrolled in gi-am.

96 Honors Program

the Honors Prowent to the Hon-

ors Conference to present laudable papers.


Czermanan honors J. Vs 'student looks up puzzled as someone maps a picture. aissa ski,

T^ 'T'ikki Hall, also a

^1^1'er

basketball play-

for

Long-

wood, is an Advanced Honors Student.

Dana

Scot

and

another Honors

Program dent

sit

stu-

on at a confer-

ence to take questions.

Tombs, a

ngie

Ai

junior, leans in

"

J~.

^Q^JJpJP

h

i

1

e

Dana

Scot quickly leans back to avoid a crash.

Honors Program 97


Organizations

Phi Beta Lambda Officers:

Terri

Gruber (PresiMichael Bell dent), (Vice

Christy tary),

President),

Duke Rita

(Treasurer),

(Secre-

Masini Steven

Seitzinger (Reporter).

Carrie Jamerson (Historian).

Greek Societies

In


aiid another Chris member of Chi

Alpha tian

(Chris-

Fellowship)

en-

courage

people

to

become

students

of

Christ at Spring Weekend.

Members of the Phi Beta Lambda pro-

mote

business

their

fraternity

at

Spring

Weekend.

wo members of Phi Beta Lambda sell Lemonade to raise money for their business fraternity.

Greek Societies 99


Apple, an education major,

Tricia

and a group

of

senior graduates anxiously

moment 100 Closing Divider

await

when

the

they receive their diploma.

"argaret Hen-

m;

shaw, to the

.far

right,

is

'eather Heather less

Love-

and

-Hoffer. Hoffer.

Joe

both

stuff in

juniors, help out with

storage for the summer ordeal when she is an

graduation by being Junior Marshals.

putting

her

orientation leader

^T ^^ endra

^^

Bell,

a

work maA. X.,jor, and a friend from home come out to social

see the seniors graduate.


"

CLOSING Mission Accomplished cRosu^e

Tie.

senio/iS

o|y

tadi passing

imqka

about boii

/LejjRe,at

and

on iidl past

aaao^p^ts^wients, Atu^

^td a

and sadness.

As At

senio/is

on i^e jou/Lney

a^ead

jjee?,ings o\j wioKt,

aonfyidende

t^eoj a/ie

|jo/l

and

At

and

sense, o|j puide jjUK-i^eiL

/Lejjkw

sense dua^

(jea/i.

^mia-

tK.eniSe^.U'eS

saying

t^e sa^ivie^ av^d (yee?,ings as

onCe again

Oi)-em^^,

^Is iiest

|y/Lie.Kds^ipS

o{j i^ei^, iK.ey

unde/LC^ass^en {jind

good-bye

yea/L b/tings

tea/LS.

tviolling

(yee&ings

to

a new

i(y

location.

associated wit^ wrap-

ping up avioAtJi yea/L ^ay be aonjjusing

and

exciting, but eO-eny student at Itasi fenows

Aai

it

is

a

"i^ission accoii/ip^isK.ed.

Closing Divider 101

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files'

Graduation

GreenSarah berg, an Honors Graduate, is

awarded the "Dan

Daniel

Senior Award for Scholarship and Citizen-

by Phyllis Mabel and Dr. Dorship"

rill.

1

tacey

Bershad-

rika H. Schiff, a

group of senior graduates stand

I

sky,

Si

front

left,

'and other Junior Marshals stand patiently until they are

Ei

junior,

I

partic-

ipates in Gradu-

ation by handing out

programs.

Ai

.patriotically

while

the

"National

Anthem" is being sung.

cued.

Caroline a history major, expresses surprise while Phyllis Mabel awards her the "Sally Barksdale Hargi-ett Prize for shall,

her

Academic Excellence."

ma lÂť 4 102 Graduation


c reg

Rasnake

.

holds a thirst-

Dorrill, the

President of I

quenching the

Long\vood

soft

drink while awaiting

moment when he

gets his diploma.

College,

proudly

hands a student

group of Alpha

"oseph

some watch

Phail,

Sigs and friends

his

diploma.

Graduation casually from their bench.

MacIII,

member Chapter Mortar Board, Geist

a

of of in-

troduces Dr. Dorrill.

Kimberly Smith, a 1996 graduate, sings

the

National -Anthem" to the audience at graduation.

Graduation 103


A

mother helps daughter

her

move out

after

a full year of being at Longwood.

A

student tries to get the rest of his belongings

organized for the trip

home

a Koran Booker, back junior, sits

and

relaxes

after finally getting all

of his stuff

moved out

for the year.

A

Special

Catherine Ramsey-Sports Pictures Betty Randa-Advisor Bridget Foley-Pictures Erika Schiff-Greek Pictures Hilton Hallock-Advisor Phylis Mabel-Support

Thanks To 104 Closing

Sports Information-Pictures and Statistics

...

Yearbook Staff


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