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“This is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is perhaps, the end of the beginning.” - Sir Winston S pencer Churchill

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ALMA MATER F or g u id in g us w h e n w e w o u l d s tra y F or r .h o w in g us the be tte r w a y F o r tea chin g t r u t h re f u t in g w r o n g W e o f f e r thee o u r th a n ks in song A s t r u t h is s tre n g th m a y w e u n ite In praise of A l m a M a t e r D w ig h t . In tim es to com e w h e n w e 'v e re tu rn e d In t h o u g h ts to scho ol and thin gs w e 'v e learned W e w i l l be t h a n k f u l f o r the t r u t h O f lessons w e w e re ta u g h t in y o u t h T h e n once again o u r songs w i l l tell O u r th a n k s t(' D w i g h t w e lo v e so w e ll.

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Facts: Ou October 15,1984 the senior class confronted the honor of choosing one of The Dwight Faculty members to whom they should dedicate the yearbook. The Senior Class gathered in room 5 to make this important decision. Issue: To whom the 1985 yearbook should be dedicated? Decision: The Senior Class of 1985 dedicates this yearbook to Mr. Edward F. Engle. Reasoning: Mr. Engle has touched the life of every senior at Dwight. As a teacher, advisor, scholar and friend, he has inspired the Class of 1985 in many ways. In the classroom he has provided us with facts and intriguing discussions in a stimulating way. As our college advisor he has given time to considering us as individuals when suggesting potential schools for us. As a scholar he is always willing to share his vast knowledge on a wide variety of topics. And finally, Mr. Engle is always there to help us tackle any problems or share with us the joy of our successful endeavors. Holding: It is with greatest respect, admiration and thanks that we, the Class of 1985, dedicate this yearbook to you, Mr. Edward F. Engle. The late, great, sainted John Marshall, concurring, . . .


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STEPHEN H. SPAHN Dear Seniors, Thank you for a very special year. You have lived up to my hopes through your thoughtfulness, leadership, integrity, solid values and good cheer. As I reflect on your progress, I am pleased both in your maturity and splendid record of achievement. Know that you will always be part of Dwight, and know I will always be here if you need me.


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EDWARD F. ENGLE “ My left flank is retreating, my right flank is destroyed, my center is crumbling. The situation is excellent. I shall attack!’’ - Marshall Foch at the Battle of the Marne


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Elizabeth Callaway

Thomas Murphy

Dean of Admission

Dean of Guidance

The next generation is coming o f age. I share your enthusiasm and tal<e pride in your accomplishments. I am fulfilled by your growth and maturity. Best wishes for a successful and happy college experience.

O God, You are the Potter, I am the clay. M old me today according to your knowledge and my need. Help me to realize that your hands which mold me are the hands o f love. Give me light to see in all the events o f this day the working o f your will fo r my good . . . then mold me as You will fo r what You will, I will too. - Bernard Hayes, C.R.


STAFF

Eunice Epstein

Edward M. Brown

Georgia R. Martin

Bursar

Administrative Assistant

Registrar

Be not afraid o f life. Believe that life is not worth living, Drama; Film and yo u r belief will help “ To give aw ay yourself keeps create the fact. William James,yourself still; and you must live, drawn by your own "The Will To B elieve” sw eet skill." S.XVI, Wm. Shakespeare "But if the while I think on thee, dear friend, all losses are restor'd, and sorrows end. ” S.XXX, Wm. Shakespeare

"Som eday we'll look back on this and it will all seem funny." - Bruce Springsteen

Claudette Taylor Executive Assistant it is not easy to know what you like. I^o st people fool themselves their entire lives through about this. Self­ acquaintance is a rare condi­ tion.


ENGLISH

Kathleen Ellis

Donato Cerullo

Ryna T. Bab

Chairman English Department

English II

English III

Librarian Director Literary Honors English I

Carpe diemi

“I t ’s a re d light. It ju s t disappeared. It was lovely like a h eart.” - Z ara Cooper

It ’s not the hours spent studying for a test, it's the tim e s p e n t learn in g th at counts.

The English Department is dedicated to the task of helping our students become better readers, writers and thlnl<ers. To achieve our goal, we take special interest in giving individual attention to each student. We strive to create in our classroom an educa­ tional experience which is intellectually stimulating and morally sound. It is our hope that each Dwight graduate masters the basic skills and develops not only a love of learning but also an understanding and awareness of them­ selves and the world around them.

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Lori Rosner

Michael Trano

Joyce Elderfield

English 8

English 7

English IV

Spanish I Time is the thing that l<eeps everything from happening at once. -Anonymous

English I is the thing

"H o p e" with feathersThat perches in the souiAnd sings the tune without wordsA nd never stops-at-ail-Emily Dickinson

Shakespeare " . . . a free man, a period sw im m er strii<ing out for a n ew destiny." -Joseph Conrad


HISTORY

Of particular significance to the young people growing up in America are the moral, cultural, social, po litical,and econom ic values which collectively have been called the western tradition.It is with this heritage that the history program largely concerns itself. A primary objective of the History Departm ent Is to reinforce the basic teachings of the English Department. O r g a n iz a tio n through outlining, note talking, summarizing, and interpreting culminate in the La Guardia re­ search paper and many spe­ cialized theses assigned during the year. The History Departm ent is also dedicated to developing students who are capable of rational decision malting. Students are trained, therefore, to collect and analyze historical data and to discriminate between primary and secondary sources of informa­ tion. This year, the History D epart­ ment has been well represented at numerous M odel United Na­ tion, Foreign Policy Association, and Presidential Classroom Sem i­ nars. A number of distinguished visitors from the world of law, econom ics, and politics have visited our classroom, giving our students a sense of the relation­ ship between their studies and the real world.

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Edward F. Engle

William Goodin

Chairman History Department

Co-chairman of History Department

Constitutional Law Biblical Studies "Suffer little children, and forbid them not, to com e unto m e; fo r o f such is the kingdom o f h eaven .” I^atthew 19:14

Economics History 11 "Nothing astonishes men so much as common sense and plain dealings.” -R.W . Emerson


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Dr. Russel Elliott

Tica Simpson

E. Bruce Sibley

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History 8, 10, 11

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LANGUAGE

Dr. Elaine Chambart

Vivian Barondess

Chairman Language Department

Spanish I, II, III, IV, V

Director of Special Studies IV, V Frencli Q u ’est-ce que c'est que le bonheur? Mais, a chacun son gout, bien surl

The members of the Language Department believe in international communication. Lan­ guages are not just another academic sub­ ject; they are an intergral part of life, an exigency of today’s world. To speak a lan­ guage well, to read the literature of another culture, and to write in a different tongue are rewarding and gratify­ ing accomplishments which our students seek to attain. Students who enroll in a language class at Dwight know that they will encounter an excit­ ing learning exper­ ience. Immersed in French, Spanish, or Latin grammar, litera­ ture, and conversation, the Dwight language students develop skill and discipline in an enjoyable atmosphere. 14

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DEPARTMENT

Melissa Dodge

Dr. Nila Long

Sara D. Rayburn

French I, 7

French II, III

Latin I, II, Latin 7

English I "H o w can you sit there calmly eating muffins, when you are in this horrible trouble?

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One should always eat muffins quite calmly. It is the only way to eat them.

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Carolyn Pizzuto

Jeffrey S. Yusko

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Science 7 Health 7 “Aim high, aim for something that will m ake a difference, rather than for something that is "safe” and easy to d o ." -Unknown

"Your body is yo u r tem ple’’ -Schulz

A sound mind in a sound body is part of the ethos of Dwight. It is our hope that every D w ightonlan has learned the elements of team work, self-discipline, physical self-awareness, and healthful exercise through physical education. Gym classes are a time to develop skills, share the excitement of team activities, develop tolerance and learn respect for those who strug­ gle for self-improvement. W e are proud of the name Dwight and teach all the boys and girls to comport them­ selves with dignity and integ­ rity on and off the court. The program includes gym classes during the day, hotly contested intramural sports at selected tim es after school, and interscholastic teams. W e teach our players to always give their best. Though w e have champion­ ship volleyball, basketball, soccer and tennis teams, our goal is not banners on the w all. It is the sacrifice, struggle, and with it the sense of improvement that is the center of athletics at Dwight. For more than 100 years our students have distinguished themselves on the athletic fields. But it has been the life-long qualities that can be applied in any situation that has made a great Dwight athletic tradi­ tion.

Edith-Marie Parker Physical Education Health 8 N ever m easure yo u rself ac­ cording to y o u r neighbor. M easu re yourself according to the b est you can be. The mind is a p ow erful tool. “/ can do it’’, "I will do it ’’. "I have done it." are the rules to a successful life. Go for it!


ART/MUSIC/LIBRARY/COMPUTER

Dr. Henry Yeager

Oksana Cehelskey

Martin Eastman

Marina Tichotsky

Literary Honors

Art Director Art History 7 " T o Be Is To D o ’ -Socrates 'To Do Is To B e' -Jean-Paui Sartre 'Do Be Do Be D o ’ ’’ -Sinatra -Kurt Vonnegut

Director of Computer Center

Music Director

L'Enter, c'est les autres. -Sartre

Calculus Topics in Advanced Mathematics Precalculus "A zookeeper, instructing his assistant to take the sick lizards out o f the cage, could say, 'Take that set o f animals which is the intersection o f the set o f lizards with the set o f sick animals out o f the ca g e .’ This language is cor­ rect, precise y e t theoretical language, but it says no more than 'Take the sick lizards out o f the cage.' ” -Richard Feynman

Music History Theatre W HO said that? I wanna know right now l

Music is alive and well and resounding through the corridors of Dwight. Along with the in­ troduction to certain aspects of music theory, music classes at Dwight love to sing. W hat better way to relax and enjoy, then to spend a 48 minute period opening up your heart and singing a vast array of musical sections. From the swing era of the thirties, through the show tunes of the forties, fifties and sixties, and up to the m ost contem porary hits, Dwight students sing it all.

The Art Departm ent offers a variety of courses which allow students to explore and exper­ iment with the different aspects of the visual arts. C lasses are designed to familiarize students with a wide range of technical, conceptual and historical know ­ ledge of the art world. In addition to the Studio Art and Art History courses, there are after-school activities such as Art Club and the vid e o p ro g ra m w h ich give students of all grade levels and talents an opportunity to worl< on creative projects that relate to artistic professions. Students are also encouraged to participate in art contests and to display their works in designated areas within the school and to be featured as “Artists of Th e M o nth ". The art curriculum also w orks in conjunc­ tion with the M useum of Modern Art which offers workshops and internship programs for upper classm en. The major goal of the Art D epartm ent is to expose the many facets of the visual art world to the Dwight community, through "on hands ' experiences and field trips to various galleries and m useum s within the city.

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SCIENCE

Anthony R. Foster Chairman Science Department Advanced Biology Biology Physics "Sapere au d e."

Science is a process of “ learning to see.” A country walk, the sight of the sky at night, or waves breaking on a shore all become more aesthetically beautiful with scientific insight. Hopefully, the scientist can find the image of a star at night as potent as any artist. But how much more profound does this appreciation become with a know­ ledge of light, distance, time and space; in other words, an ability to see worlds within worlds. We aim to develop in our students an inquisi­ tive attitude, leading to increased insight into the patterns and phen­ omena exhibited by the physical world, and through this wisdom develop a rationale towards the current technological revolu­ tion and Man’s role in the world ecosystem. 18

Stephanie Kupin Biology Science 9 ‘7 mean that the bells that the children could h ear were Inside them ." - Dylan Thomas


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Thomas Murphy

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H a p p y those early days! When I Shined in m y angel infancy. B efore I understood this place! - Henry Vaughan

Health 10 Even though clouds m ay come yo u r way, know that sunshine will always follow.

The Dwight Health Department encom­ passes the 7th, 8 th, and 9th grades. It is a weekly class in which students actively dis­ cuss: adolescence, group pressure, stress, first aid, drug related problems, etc. This is carried out by means of student projects and audio-visual produc­ tions. This past year, the department has ex­ panded to the 1 0 th grade with a “ Human Relations” course. It is designed to prepare students for their future lives, with respect to social interaction. These include: asser­ tiveness, peer pres­ sure, depression, dat­ ing, marriage, job inter­ views, etc. Through the use of role-playing techniques, students’ musical selections, filmstrips and videos; the students realize that they must accept the good and the bad aspects of life, and that each one of them can become a vital part of the world they live in.

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Our goal is to pre­ pare our students for today’s technology by providing a foundation in solid mathematical concepts, oriented toward preparation for college. We believe that besides competence in computational skills, it is important to foster mathematical insights and imagination. We hope to motivate our students to choose fields of study where challenging and inter­ esting opportunities are to be found and to believe in their ability to such in contribute fields.

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Mindy Cappell

Marjorie Rende

Chairman Math Department

Algebra II & Trigonometry

Probability Algebra II G eom etry (Honors) Let today em brace the p ast with rem em brance an d the future with longing.

Geometry “Happiness is a butterfly, which, when pursu ed , is alw ays ju s t b eyo n d y o u r grasp, but which, if you will sit down quietly, m ay alight upon y o u .” - Nathaniel Hawthorne


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Nicholas Didkovsky

Jennifer Collins

Algebra I (Honors)

Computer 7, 8

Math For Economists

Math 7 (Honors) It is a very funny thing about life: if you refuse to accept anything but the best, you very often g e t it. - W. Som erset Maugham

Introductory Algebra Math 7 Geometry "When all treasures are tried, Truth is B e s t â&#x20AC;? - Cutler/Frith

I am a p art o f all that I have met; Yet all experience Is an arch wherethro' G leam s th at u n trave ll'd world, whose margin fades Forever and forever when I move. H o w dull it is to pause, to m ake a end. To rust unburnish'd, not to shine in use! - Tennyson from "Ulysses"

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KARI ALBERT ‘Friends are people with whom I may be sincere. Before them I may be myself’

/ K a-A lbert. . . Lou and Loo Inc. . . . Cyn — My bestest buddy . . . it’s a sickness . . . Fedge W o n k e r. . . sasquatch . . . flub . . . But do you like her . . . Froid . . . L.B.I. summers . . . E.B. memories . . . 46 Yorktown . . . R.P.S. — 7 1 /2 years . . . Jackie — part of the family . . . IG . . . Europe ’82! . . . Nooch . . . Squigmund . . . Stef — the miles we walked . . . the snowday . . . RAT . . . Bookie — gotta nickel? . . . S.R.S. . . . June 23, 1983 . . . handsome hair . . . munchk . . . schniggle, schniggle . . . Fatman . . . smurf . . . Norton . . . Craigbert — I love you dearly . . . Schtupie, Schtupie . . . THE MOPHEADS . . . Mich — eggmund . . . Reva Louise — a special friend . . . Mom & Dad — Thanks for all your love and support.


JIMMY ALTMAN

Be good. If you can’t be good, Be good at it.


KARA DILLARD BAKER Thanx . . . Bj . . . PVB . . . C3 . . . JC . . . KT . . . DBK . . . LLJ . . . R2 . . . PSB . . . DB . . . Washington D.C. . . . 83-84 . . . Quarters in the office, Cool . . . SJ . . . DT . . . NL . . . BN . . . JS . . . and of course CEM III . . . what’s my horoscope . . . “ ROAD TRIPS” . . . BULLFEATHERS, every Tuesday night for Happy Hour with you know who . . . Softball on the Mall . . . North Carolina . . . Big Dogs, sick pup . . . Fiance Office . . . MBM . . . NYC . . . Micky D’s 1:00am . . . Fridays . . . Rolling Rock . . . Hard Rock . . . Just for Rebe, “ INCREDIBLE” . . . Girls, we m u st him . . . Across the s tre e t. . . Vice President of janitorial services . . . callacab . . . “ Do you like him, I’ll have a party and we’ll invite him,” . . . Marlboro Lights . . . It’s clear as daylight . . . DIE-DIE, It doesn’t matter what everyone else says, it’s what you think . . .


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Now her Adventure Would begin - Judy Blume

Volleyball Keeps Me Sane!

DAWN MICHELLE BANKET


Imagination is more important than knowledge. — Einstein

ILANA RIVKA BASSMAN

Life’s meaning is Love’s magic.


PAMELA BERMAN

Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Ralph Waldo Emerson


DYLAN BERNSTEIN

And we will never forget you, Denise.


DAVID BLITSTEIN Oh . . . you better give me a whole lotta lumps!!! â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Pete Puma

If life hands you lemons . . . make lemonade


JONATHAN JEFFREY BLYTH May the force be with you.

If at first you don’t succeed, say you weren’t trying.

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“ I shall return”


JAY CAVALIERI


STEVEN MICHAEL CONLON “ Find something you enjoy and be the very best at it”

“ Hard work and a good attitude will bring success”

mk “ What’s the matter with revenge, it’s the perfect way to get even.” — Archie Bunker

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To my little friend, Wanna go bowling with a “ D?” . . . Golden Boy will live forever! . . . The 5 drugstore we were in, and it’s still in his closet . . . I’m sorry, I don’t recognize you without your funny nose and glasses . . . PICKLES . . . Haircut anyone? . . . Donnegals (What happened to my tounge — it’s gone!) . . . Don’t worry, they’ll grow . . . Our nativity friend . . . hee, to all the dolphin sandwiches we shared and to all the tunamelts I made faces at, thanks for everything — I love you. (even though you’re short!)

To my parental units — Thanks for all the love you’ve given me and for allowing me to be just me. I’ve always been proud to say you’re my parents and you truly truly are my best friends. I love you both more than words can express, and may we always be as we are now . . . a family. To my big brother — For all the years I said, “ I’m telling!” . . . and for all the times I “ gotcha ya’ last", that was just my way of saying, “ I love you!” You know me better than I know myself and you were always there to listen to your chattering “ sissy,” for that, I’ll always love you. You’re the best brother and I’m glad you’re mine. Thanks for all the wonderful years. — your little sister


I never want to play the part of a statistic on a government chart — G.S.S.

NEVIL DWEK I can’t help it, I was born sneering — G.S. if you stick with the heard you can end up as a land chop —

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got dese Eighty-Five blues, are dull can’t find the fuse. punkies! no friends of mine! tie-dye my Calvin Kleins.

Yeah, w e've lost the best, Jack KerouacI Help us Elvis, please take us back. To w/hen a cool cat v»/ould never mean Garfield locked in a ice machine! Black Panthers! Libbers! a campus to seize! Now/ that’s what we need, plus a hippie or three! Yet valley girls sit on our cultural turf. Gross me out baby! Gag me with a smurf! So mama help me. I’m losin’ all hopes. Bob Dylan’s at home a-w atchin’ the soaps! C an’t say much for my g-g-generation . . . The times; I wish they were a-changin’l!

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When I was 1 I had just begun When I was 2 I was nearly new When I was 3 I was hardly me When I was 4 I was not much more When I was 5 I was just alive But now I am 6 I’m as clever as clever So I think I’ll be 6 now forever and ever. — A. A. Milne

LISA GOLUSKIN

Wisdom is Freedom. — W.S. Maugham

And when you hear him say “ I don’t want your love,” Try not to turn away. — Paul Young

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REVA GOODMAN Let my music take me where my heart wants to go . . .

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RICHARD GUBERMAN Better late than Never!

When you don’t know what to say use some Hackneyed, Trite S.AT. words. If you see 10 troubles coming down the road, you can be sure that nine will run into the ditch before they reach you. — Calvin Coolidge

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Nothing in the world can take the place of persistence. Talent will not; nothing is more common than unsuccessful men of talent. Genius will not . . . the world is full of educated derelicts. Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent. The slogan "press on” has solved and always will solve the problems of the human race. — Calvin Coolidne


‘There is a theory which states that if ever anyone discovers what the Universe is for and why it is here, it will instantly disappear and be replaced by something even more bizarre and inexplicable . . . There is another theory which states that this has already happened.” Douglas Adams

“ Good information is hard to get. Doing anything with it is even harder.”

“ Live long and prosper.’ Mr. Spock

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Let’s just be glad for the times together We don’t have tomorrow, but we had yesterday. — D. Ross Be Not Afraid of Greatness Some are born great, some achieve greatness Some have greatness Thrust upon them.

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for hundreds, where she is highly praised for her Ann Jullian imitations. Coming in behind her is ANDREW HARRIS, who has also made a hit in show business. Andrew’s latest film is "Star War 17,” in which (rumor has it) Mr. Spock comes back in R2-D2’s body and has to help the old gang save the Death Star from the invasion of the Pickle People. We asked Andrew where he had eaten his dinner, but he refused to answer for fear of insulting the two famous New York restaurateurs walking in behind him: STEVE CONLON and TYRONE WONG. Tyrone made it big after taking over his father’s restaurant, "Dewey Wong.” His brother, after long weeks of feuding, finally decided to give in and change the restaurant name to "Tyrone Wong.” His greatest competition is Steve, who is currently owner of the Irish populations’ favorite restaurant, “ O’Spuds.” Another one of New York’s most popular restaurants is also owned by a Dwight School graduate. The beautiful "Acropolis” coffee shop was taken over by PAUL PAPPAS and his brothers. Acropolis’ popularity is partly due to the live entertainment they have now. MERYL COOPER performs her live stage act twice a week while also handling all takeout orders. It’s hard to say who will arrive next. Wait, here comes the Dwight van, and look who’s aboard - it’s all the former Dwight athletes. The first person to step from the van is DAWN BANKET. After the 1988 Olympics, she decided to give up her volleyball career and sign a one million dollar contract to make "Wheaties” commercials with Bruce Jenner. She can also be seen on "Cracker Jack” commercials doing her famous "Banket Spike” . Now we call that girl a "Cracker Jack” . Oh look, here comes former basketball star, DYLAN BERNSTEIN, and his wife and business partner, Shyrell Lee Ralph Bernstein. Dylan is now the President of Motown records, and his big project now is to unite the sons of the Beatles. Unfortunately, Moonpuppy Harrison is nowhere to be found. After Dylan, steps out ANSELL THOMPSON. Upon completing college he decided to return to what he loved, basketball. Ansell told yours truly that he has been drafted by the Harlem Globetrotters and now is affectionally known as "Baby Face” . Next out is MARK MILLER and . . . and . . . OH MY! I may faint, he’s wearing black spandex pants, a bow tie and no shirt, why of course, his Chippindales outfit. We’ve heard that he has been drawing record numbers to the club and that every night his pants are stuffed with money. Word has just arrived that Cardinal JON HUNT will not be joining us tonight as he has granted an audience to Pople John Paul XVII at his new Fifth Avenue home, St. Pats. Jon decided to devote himself to the church and give up the life he was leading: fast cars, fast women, and fast food. Also unable to attend tonight is another famous religious personality, JOSH GOLDBERG, who was last seen in the Himalayas writing one-liners for the Dalai


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Key Club, Honor Roll, Lighting Crew

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■<^DAWN BANKET-^ Captain and All-Star Varsity Volleyball Varsity Basketball All-Star Pick '83, Varsity Softball All-Star Pick for 2 years. Key Club

LOREN HAVER Co-Captain Varsity Volleyball

• ^ L I S A OUAKNINE-4^ Varsity Volleyball French Tutor, Varsity Basketball

CHRIS M A G R O -^ Blue Key Yearbook, Drama, Stage Crew

Honor Roll. National Honor Society, M ath Tutor

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Biology Tutor, Key Club, 9th Grade Com puter Club

Varsity Softball, Key Club, N ew s­ paper

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Honors, Key Club

# 3 Ranking Junior Tennis Player in N ew York

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■^ N O E L L E GIROUX-4^ Newspaper Editor-In-Chief

■^ K A R A BAKER Yearbook Sports Editor

Drama, Choir, Honors Society

Presidential Classroom , Key Club, Varsity Softball

N ew spaper Feature Editor, Drama, Choir

I^REBEKAH R A F F A E L L I-^ Yearbook Assistant Photography Editor Choir, Blue Key, N ew spaper

-^ A N D R E W M A T LIN S -#r Treasurer of The Blue Key Club

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Stage Manager, Y earbook Photographer, Co-Chairm an of the Book Fair

President of the M odel United Nations, Varsity Softball, Presidential Classroom

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Lama. The last two people to get out of the van are MIKE ORAPCHUCK and BILLY LIPSON. It’s amazing what these two have been up to. After college Billy and Mike started to work together again. They began buying up all the New York athletic teams; the Mets, Rangers, Cosmos, Jets, Giants, and Yankees. All was going great with these two until they bought the Redskins and Anti-trust suits were filled. Instead of selling the team, they folded it and wrote it off as a tax loss. This was fine, but it put Dwight graduate JIMMY ALTMAN out of a job. Not being phased by this setback, Jimmy immediately contacted geneticist, SCOTT WOLLAND, and had himself cloned. These clones got together and formed the newest of the NFL teams, “ Jimmy’s Genes” and will meet the Rams in Super Bowl XXXX. As the van pulls away, a huge motorcade pulls up and out steps . . . the Vice President KARA BAKER (D-Liberal. I notice that our president JONATHAN BLYTH (R-Conservative) is nowhere to be seen. Good thing too, because these two have been having some rather serious arguments lately. At the last private event that these two attended together, Mrs. Baker tried to strangle the President with a bologna. Not known to many but known to moi, is that two Dwight grads, JACK POLLACK and PAUL LaROSA, now work as free-lance mercenaries and at this very moment are on a special mission for the President. These two were last spotted driving inconspicuously through Cleveland at 145 mph in their fire red Porsches towards Arizona to “ keep the world safe for Democracy” . Their latest mission involves a Dwight graduate. The recent sinking of California into the Pacific has been linked to now real estate mogul, JORDAN EDELL. During his post college years, Jordan brought up a great deal of desert land in Arizona which is now going for millions on the open market. Word has it that Jordan recently found a very confused JON TOPPEL skateboarding aimlessly near Phoenix looking for Malibu. Unfortunately, many of the ’85 graduates will not be able to attend the reunion. REBEKAH RAFFAELLI is now living in Argentina with the rest of her family. DIANE KARLIN is not attending because, basically, no one knows where she is. During attendance at Franklin & Marshall, she was driven totally berserk by the team of BLYTH and GUBERMAN. After destorying the commissary with a bazooka, she took off for the West and was never seen again. Some speculate she went down with California. GREG NESPOLE was last seen leading a group of guerilla rebels in a revolution against all Facist regimes. Unfortunately, his planned overthrow of these governments failed because the rebels wouldn’t “ get psyched.” JAY CAVALIERI, now captain of the Love Boat, was last spotted steaming south through the Bermuda Triangle with a full boatload of stars on his way, he told the producers of the show, to conquer Cuba. I guess that once you get that Annapolis spirit in your blood, you never lose it. I’d like to introduce to you now, JIMMY LOEB, who is our head bouncer for tonight. Let’s talk to him a bit. So James, anybody tried to crash yet? “ Yeah, there was this one guy, insisted he went

to Dwight. For 6 V2 ysaas ysi, sasw sjie or Tom, something like that.” Look, LISA GOLUSKIN is coming up block. You can see that girl half a mile away, those day-glow dresses can really hurt your eyes, I wish I had sun glasses! Lisa now owns the Unique clothing store on Broadway and has diversified into all sorts of products you wouldn’t dream of. They’ll paint your car in colors a blind man can see, and while florescent orange pasta doesn’t appeal to me, it’s never the less a big seller. ILANA BASSMAN will be by later to autograph her new book, “ 101 Cute Things All in One Place,” which has been on the New York Post best-seller list for 8 months now. One person who said she was going to attend but wasn’t able to make it (for she became engaged in a Speaking tour) is LILIANA TRAFFICANTE. Well, we received news that WINNIE WEST is on stage once again but this time it’s way-way-way off Broadway. Still glowing from his Florida tan, DAVID BLITSTEIN comes through the door. David’s story is quite interesting. According to him, after receiving his college degree in Underwater Basket Weaving with a minor in Alligator Wrestling, he joined the Boca Raton Vice Squad where he spent several years busting geriatrics for cheating at mah jong. Talent Scouts, vacationing in Florida, discovered David and have cast him in the new movie, “ Snoopy Goes to Boca Raton,” a musical thriller that packs in sex, violence and a little tap-dancing. Following closely behind Blitstein is leading feminist, PAMELA BERMAN. Pam now spends her time traveling from college to college on her crusade to have the 26th Amendment ratified. Next to enter the doors are the two leading astrologists, LOREN HAVER and LISA OUAKNINE, who now float all over the country reading palms and tea leaves. The highlight of each year is their column of predictions for the Globe and Enquirer. Wait, did somebody ring a doorbell? Why, it’s REVA GOODMAN and KARI ALBERT, New York’s sweetest and most popular Avon ladies. The two have promised all Dwight graduates that they will be giving free make-overs all evening. What a nice surprise! SCOTT VAN DER MARCK has just arrived to the delight of the many single folks in our crowd. As you all know, Scott is now the host of the All New Dating Game, the new format being all the girls win him as their dates. Scott’s new found fame has not dampened his humanitarianism. We are told that he was responsible for employing two of his fellow Dwight graduates on his show. DAVID SILVERA now blows the “ wet kiss” at the end of every show, and SCOTT ROSENBERG chaperones the winning couples on their all-expenses-paid trip to the Hapsbury Memorial Tropical Fish Cemetery. It’s getting late already, and it would not be a party without MELISSA SLOAN coming fashionably late, as usual. Melissa has become well known after she was elected to be Miss Clairol. The people at Clairol have put Melissa on every hair commerical, and she now has the most recognized roots in America. Well, as the night has finally come to an end, we must bid a goodbye to the class of 1985 and say “ See you at our 50th ”


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DIANE BETH KARLIN Look to this day yesterday is but a dream And tomorrow is only a vision: But today well-lived makes Every yesterday a dream of happiness and every tomorrow a vision of hope.

If you tell the truth, you don’t have to remember anything. — Mark Twain

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T hey’d put us on a railroad T hey’d dearly make us pay for laughing in their faces and making it our way T h e re’s emptiness Behind those eyes T h e re’s dust In all their hearts They just want to steal us all And take us all apart But not in love my way It’s a new road I follow where M y mind goes — Love My Way The Psychadelic Furs


If a pig has wings, then he can drive a Porsche 911. â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Mr. Eastman

JACK, My Porsche is better than yours!

PAUL LAROSA


BILLY UPSON


J A M E S My friend Barry Beck (N.Y. Rangers)

Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not over until the final whistle!

When success is the reward, you forget how hard the struggle!

I send my love And thanks to: Mom, Don, Dad Jeanette, Peter, Hillary, Karen, AU BB LH MB And all my friends From the Europe trip!

M A T T H E W L O E


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What you are born is God’s gift to you, What you make of yourself is your gift to God. — Unknown


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ANDREW ERIC MATLINS "I never let my schooling interfere with my education.” — Mark Twain

Another Grizzly Encounter” — J. Engle


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Where’s that confounded bridge?


PAUL PAPPAS Men are creatures with two legs and eight hands

“ Jon, where is your book?”

i Dylan, it has been a long tinne and you’re a great friend

I love you Mom, Dad, Mark, and, yes, even you Kyrk.


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Ain’t nothin’ like it, a shinin’ machine, got to feel for the wheel, keep the moving parts clean. — Van Halen

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Choose the way of Choose the way of Choose the way of Choose the way tomorrow. It’s up to you. It’s your choice.

life, love, hope, of belief

M & D - I Love You!


If I should go astray And say I lost my way Nobody would know me, If I don’t believe I can But still say hear my plan Somebody would follow Just because it’s free. — J. Kay

SCOTT ROSENBERG

Dull lions prone on a watery beach. The universe kneels at the swamp To curiously eye its own raw Postures of decay In the mirror of Human consciousness. Absent and peopled mirror, absorbent Passive to whatever visits And retains its interest. Doors of passage to the other side The soul frees itself in stride. Turn the mirrors to the wall In the house of the new dead. — James Morrison

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Hey! Rocky, those aren’t menagerie animals, those are for real. — Bullwinkle

Tourists — They climb mountains like animals, stupid and sweating; one has forgotten to tell them that there are beautiful views on the way up. — F. Nietzsche

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DAVID SILVERA

Success is full of promise till men get it; and then it is a last year nest from which the birds have flown. — Henry Ward Beecher

A man has a reputation, and is no longer free, but must respect it. — Ralph Waldo Emerson

Talking and Eloquence are not the same: to speak and to speak well, are two things, A fool may talk, but a wise man speaks. — Ben Jonson


MELISSA SLOAN — In the sweet by — and — by, We shall meet on that beautiful shore — Ira Davidsankey ircJ u c i v iu & e m r v c y


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JOHN TOPPEL “ If you’re not going all the way, why go at all?”

If the cloud bursts thunder in your ear You shout but no one seems to hear And if the band you’re in starts playing different tunes I’ll see you on the dark side of the moon . . .

Well, this is it, it’s all over and all I can say is ‘‘What a long strange trip it’s been.” Gayle, I’m glad you’ve been my BEST friend, thanks. Remember the swedish meatballs . . . Benihana’s . . . East Hampton . . . The evil— from the Devil’s garden . . . Well, its been real. Jen, two more years of this, will you make it??? Thanks Mom and Dad, for putting up with me. C .A ._________mi 74


LILANA TRAFFICANTE Richard: You’ve been a good friend. I was an even better one. (Just kidding!!) I’m glad that we became close friends . . . I’ll miss you a lot. Jocelyn; Just remember three things . . . tomatoes aren’t worth a world war . . . One boy at a time . . . and your best friend will always be there when you need her (me). . . thanks for everything! Suzy: I guess 1 have to say thank you for being such a good friend. You’re also the reason that Richard and I became such good friends, but don’t worry . . . I won’t hold it against you (haha). Eddie: “ What’s the matta you?” . . . “ Why you looka so sad?” . . . “ It’s a nice place” “ Ah shut upa your face!” I’ll miss your jokes. Stay funny and keep in touch with your pizza pal. Nicole: “ Who’s gonna hang it up when you call” (The Cars). I bet you thought your phone kept breaking. Uncle Jimmy, Aunt Lil, Roe: Thank you for being there for me. I love you all very much. I know I left a lot of people out, but I love you all and I want to thank you for helping me get through some rough periods. I bet you were all surprised at the fact that my senior page was dedicated to you, but actually it is a very small part of my gratitude. Thank you.

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SCOTT EVERARD VAN DER MARCK Is it so small a thing to have enjoyed the sun, to have lived in the spring, to have loved, to have thought,to have done; to have advanced true friends,andbeat down battling foes? â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Matthew Arnold

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Money may not bring happiness, but it brings such a good imitation that it is hard to tell from the real thing. â&#x20AC;&#x201D; William Feather


WINNIE ANN WEST

Only the mediocre are always at their best — Jean Giradoux

Never eat more than you can lift. — Miss Piggy

The last time I had this feeling, I got depressed two months later . . .

If you don’t get what you want, think of the things you don’t get that you don’t want.


Man is incapable of imagining that time could ever stop. For us, even if the earth should cease turning on its axis and revolving around the sun, even if there were no longer days and nights, summers and winters, time would continue to flow on eternally. — M. C. Escher

SCOTT CHARLES WOLLAND

Life — an appreciation of what has come before. — Ralph Lauren


TYRONE WONG Life is just a game. We’re all the same . . . Don’t you want to play — Prince

Thank U all may you live 2 see the Dawn. — Prince Be glad that you are free. Free to change your mind. Free to go most anywhere anytime. Be glad that you are free. Many a man who’s not. Be glad for what you have baby what, you’ve got. — Prince Your real friends know everything good and bad about you and are still your friends. — Unknown Dance, Music, Sex, Romance (D, M, S, R) — Prince The superior man is modest in his speech but not in his actions

Everybody’s working for the weekend — Loverboy I’m not antisocial, I just don’t like to bull — Me Forget everybody else. Do what you feel in your heart is right — Me Again

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And now a new feature in The Dwight School yearbook: It’s a word from the school! That six story brownstone that’s been standing on 67th Street between York and First Avenues, battling winds from the East River, gazing at busy-looking people in white coats from the hospitals, listening to the noisy honking traffic, appreciating the aromas wafting from pizzarias and delis and inhaling all that lovely New York City pollution.“ I’ve seen a lot in my day, but I’ve never been more alive and vibrant than I am as a school. I guess my loneliest months are July and August, but from September through June I’m in my element. Why, I must be the most educated ton of bricks in the world. Also the luckiest. “ I start w aking up when somebody turns the lights on and some faculty members and a few early-bird students start prowling the halls. Then as close to 8:45 a.m. as possible there’s this mad rush. The crashing and banging in the lower recesses of my framework, the sound of many cheery and quick hellos, the sudden jolt of some students who happen to finally wake up to find a book in their hands and the hustle and bustle of the daring few who brave taxi cabs, buses and the general mayhem of the city to arrive at school on their own set of wheels. If I w asn’t awake before, I am certainly jolted into reality as the second bell of the morning sounds.


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"Well here we are in what you might refer to as the “ mitochon­ d ria ” , or p o w erhouse of my esteemed framework. (See how much I’ve learned in Biology class!) I am speaking, of course, of the Gym where physical education definitely unleashes energy. You can really see the unleashed energy in the action shots. Even changing into your uniform can be fun! Of course you may sometimes encounter one of those “yearbook photographers” when you least expect it.


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“ It’s 2:45 p.m. again! Time to pack up and head home or maybe hang out for a while and play some handball, or catch up on some conversation you couldn’t have in class, or pose for a picture with friends. But no matter what kind of activities go on after school, the crowd eventually disperses and darkness falls and I just can’t help feeling a little sad. The days fly by so fast and before you know it, YOU will be part of my history. And as you all pass through the halls of Dwight for the last time, I want you to know that this ton of bricks will miss you! So, from The Dwight School to the Class of 1985 . . . The Best and Brightest Future!”

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Bottom Row M iles Ladin Jenny W iener Daniel WInell Kelli FIdlow John Porges Jennifer W arw ick A ndrea Arden Richard Dickson

T op Row G ary Robbins R obert Neu Stacey W ueste lllysla Schindler Ronald M oCants Jordan Jacobs Andrew Yerys

Bottom Row Jessica G oodm an Liz Fink M elissa Ehrenrelch Stephen Bossy Holly Cohen Alicia Dw ek Jill M andel

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T od R ow Elyse G am su Erlo Laster Denise Blate W ayne W elsglass M eredith Hudson Clark Q raebner Vivian Lubln Jennifer N aram ore Benjamin Rubin

Bottom Row David Som erstein Odile Anderson M ichelle Breslaw G ary Laden Tam ara Miller Lynn Kaplan Jennifer Kehoe All Samll

T op Row Amal Flores Kyle Pritchett Cristina Bornstein Christopher Boles Christopher Phillips M elissa Vaughn Jam es Oe Leonardls Laura Good

Bottom Row M elissa Law rence Tatiana Kallka D rew Partlklan Jodi DIskIn Kenneth Estes Jackie M organ Brett Harris Caroline Shaw

Absent Bryan Erdhelm Kenneth Estes Alyssa Glantz Laura G ood


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T op Row David Brandt Kristie Coscarello Kieran Doherty M arnie Andrus Z a ra Cooper David Nidus

Bottom Rovi< Daniel Lehman M onique Ender M adden DeGarm o M ark Bloom Fara Danzig Laura Sam uels Ephraim Bernstein

Top Rovtf Loren Fujiwiara Jaym e Lindenbaum David Friedman R honda Bennett Jonah Goldberg Lilia M ead G regory Strauss Allx Strauss Brian Ossias

Bottom Row Jonathan Traister Cynthia Schultz Henry Kaslndorf Delaney O ser Jonathan Schwartz Jennifer Snyder M ichael W alden

Absent Shane King Lee Klosty

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Top Row P eter Dungan Barry Seldin Christopher Castellano Lisa W olf Diana Lugo A ndrew Koestler Stephen Laino Stuart Katz

Bottom Row Stephanie HIrschman Douglas Hara Joshua G rossm an Jennifer Bandler Stephen Grobm an rvllohael Chesler Jessica W ilson

Top Row Daniel Halperln Scott Kolman Elyse W olland David Williams Jocelyn Strauber Denlta Hall Christian Strauss Alex Kassell

Bottom Row Jennifer Nissenson Andy Kossoff Cristina Sloan M adeline M oses Kim M erritt C hristopher Petschek A lexandra Krispel

Absent Rachel Ehrllch Robyn G ero

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To p Row M elissa Haddad Andrew Gluckman Keith HIrschm an G enevieve Goldman Paul Hays P am ela Kanter Todd C am he Elisha Fleishman G ary Haver Scott Hochberg Jim Goldstein

Bottom Row Teddy Bretter Stefanie Juster Jam es Hausm an William G ottlieb Josh Eden Jane Feldman A lexander Flagg Danny Housm an

Top Row Jason Ressler Clifford Sussm an Jonathan Kram er Isabella Peralta-R am os Danny Krieger M yrlam M acias Jam es Lagow SahganI Lane Andrew Pollack

Bottom Row Laura Kossoff Jam ie Klosty Jennifer Lancona Justin M eyer M artha Magnoni M ichael Paul A lexander Lllnas Nancy Richter

Absent Jason Brown Am y Forrlster Jonathan Frith

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Bottom Row Jonathan Wish Jerem y Sloan Victoria Shanok Alexandra Sperling Ellen Schlnderm an M atthew Stew art Alison Seffren Ariana Urbont

T o p Row Alexander Dank Sa ra Duffy Clifford Boro Violetta BItlci Louis Addesso PerrI Dorset Beau Bernstein

Bottom Row Rod Felner Vanessa Def^oura Tracy Aron Steven DuBroff Lisa Bowen Vanessa Anthony T an ia Brown

Absent SahganI Lane G regor Sandler

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T o p Row Nicole Nelson Jam es Felder Belu Birla M atthew Puckett C asey Bernstein Jaim e W eston Kimberly Zim m erm an

Bottom Row Kenneth Marl^ovits R ae Goldring Terry Friedberg Joanne Kolker Daniel M acias Lonnie W einstein

T op Row Lila Thirkield David Kleinman S erena Li R ebecca W elntraub Eric Bell Allyson Spitzer Adam Simon

Bottom Row Jonathan Berger Elizabeth Benedek Eric Cahan W endy Greenberg M orton Dubin Brooke Softer M atthew Panepinto

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T op Row Christian Roberts Bonnie Sllberstein Jeff Klein Karen Richardson C ord Himelstein

Bottom Row Jam ie Koz M arlsa D eM ou ra Christopher D'Agostino M argaret Briger Chrlsos Papavaslliou

To p Row W eston Almond Doug Greenberg Sam antha Naram ore William Estes Elinor Tatum

Bottom Row Benjamin Agin Renee Lasher Joshua U pson Sharon Kapner Adam Sicurella Ariel Hyatt

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It all began In June, 1984. School had ended for the year, at least for most students. Miss Tichotsky and Mr. Murphy asked that anyone interested In working for the newspaper come Into school during one day of summer vacation. Several people showed up, and w e w ere all asked to write a movie review and to rewrite a story. After this w as done, both faculty advisors interviewed each person and asked them a variety of questions. They were all told that they would learn of their decisions by mail sometime during the

Noelle G iroux (Editor-in-Chief) and Jenny (Managing Editor) discuss the next Issue.

summer. W hen school started in Septem ber, the newspaper staff held meetings to discuss the purpose of the Dwight paper. The staff w as determined to make the paper as good as possible. The reason for such determination stemmed from the failures of previous Dwight newspapers. Jenny Weiner, Managing Editor and Noelle Giroux, Editor-In-Chief have worked very hard on the paper, to make each Issue as creative and interesting as possible. They are very

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pleased with the outcom e so far. The new spaper is very difficult to run, taking a lot of time and devotion. It becam e very clear why all the papers in the past had not done well. It was due to the fact that time w as scarce and the degree of comm itm ent the news­ paper requires. It w as agreed by the staff that the paper should com e out bi-monthly. As for next year, it is the sta ff’s hope to become proficient enough to put the paper out every month.

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Literary Magazine

If Dwight students have something to say about human experience, they have a forum -the school magazine. Founded to fulfill the creative needs of th o s e stu d en ts w ho w ish to experim ent with literary forms of poetry, the short story and the prose poem, as well as with the prose poem, as well as with the pictorial forms of Illustration, cartoon, and drawing, the Dwight m agazine for well over a decade has provided a medium of expression that has proved edifying for

the student body and faculty members alike. In character the magazine over the years has been protean-taking its particular tone from the personalities of the students involved in its production. The whimsical and the solemn, the satirical and the serious, the spiritual and the mudane, all have found an audience at The Dwight School through the always exciting, sometimes irrever足 ent, often u np re d icta b le literary magazine.


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It has been a long tradition at The Dwight School to have a Model United Nations delegation. Under the direction of Dr. Russell J. Elliott the club has won over sixteen first place awards in the last two years, one of the best records in the city. The club is made up of students from the Sophomore, Junior, and Senior class, selected by Dr. Elliott for their intrest in the club. This year began with the club returning once again to the Metropoli­ tan Model United Nations Conference at John F. Kennedy High School where Dwight students represented the Unit­ ed Kingdom. The greatest success of the year

came at the W estchester Model United Nations Conference at Hastings High School w here Dwight took three out of six first place awards, and a second place award in the Security Council. The year ended with a return to W. Tresper Clarke High School Model Congress which is like a Model U.N. where the delegation become Senators and Representatives. This is where Jonathan Blyth won best speaker in the House of Representatives the previous year. At the Model U.N. delegations meet with other schools from around the state in sessions that are similar to those held at the United Nations. D ifferen t schools re p res en t the

delegations of d ifferent countries. During sessions delegates introduce and pass or defeat resolutions. The conferences take place at high schools around the state. This years Model United Nations Club w as headed up Jonathan Blyth. His advice for handling a debate effectively is “ If you are engaged in an argument, and you happen to get corneredd, ask a irrelevant question and lean back with a satisfied grin while your opponent tries to figure out w hat’s going on-then quickly change the subject.” He thinks this technique works at the real United Nations, too.


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The Junior Model U.N. began as an idea for preparing 7-9 graders for tlie upper scliool version of the club. It was to serve as a training program for the senior group which debates with other schools. M em bers of a scho o l’s delegation debate in ad hoc commit­ tees on current affairs which are a part of the United Nations’ agenda. A school’s club will represent the foreign policy of a country in different areas, including military and economic affairs and social-humanitarian-cultural is­ sues. The Junior Model U.N. meets once a w eek on Monday afternoons

and practices debating. Each member argues the position of his country’s government. T he debate proceeds according to Parliamentary procedure, which is the set of rules that govern discussion in the UN Itself. Originally the group was just going to prepare for d eb ates within itself; how ever, it recieved an invitation to partake in a Junior Model U.N. which included many city schools. A result, Dwight sent a delegation to Horace Mann on April 20th. The group captured three fifth place awards to end a very successful year.


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BLUE KEY

A new club has been formed at The Dwight School. Known as the Blue Key, It Is primarily a social service organization. The club’s faculty advisor is Mr. William Goodin. Blue Key, was organized last year when Pamela Berman asked Mr. Spahn, Dwight’s headmaster, to suggest a community organization which was in need of student volunteers. The soup kitchen, run by Central Synagogue, to feed the homeless, was just the right choice. Joined by her friend, Diane Karlin, the two girls went to the Synagogue every Thursday morning at 6:00 a.m. to help prepare and serve breakfast. As the year progressed, more and more students asked to participate in the program. Sensing the Interest In commun­ ity service, Pam decided to find another program In which to involve her class­ mates. She contacted Lenox Hill Neigh­ borhood Association (LHNA), an organ­ ization which services the community

around The Dwight School. Pam was delighted when the LHNA asked for volunteers to assist them with Project Scope, a program that delivers gifts to the homebound elderly on holidays. Last Easter Dwight students delivered numer­ ous floral arrangements to these grateful people. Both the soup kitchen and Project Scope were rousing successes. This year Blue Key became the offical Social Service Organization of The Dwight School. Elected to offices were Pamela Berman, President, Meryl Cooper and Diane Karlin, sharing the post of VicePresident, Linda Jenkins, Secretary, Andrew Matllns, Treasurer, and Richard Guberman Chief, of Special Assignments. The club has expanded and every officer has been assigned one project to oversee. In addition to feeding the homeless, Pam Berman is Involved with Project Scope and recruiting volunteers for LHNA, while Meryl Cooper is in charge of a very successful tutorial program. If

anyone is having difficulty in an academic subject, help is definitely available through Blue Key. Dwight student volunteers proficient In various subjects are eager to help their fellow schoolmates. Linda Jenkins and several volunteers are now working three times a week with the students of The Dwight School’s nextdoor neighbor. Public School 183, tutoring young children in reading and writing. Enthusiasm for the Blue Key Club has trickled down to the Juniors, Odile Anderson, Michelle Breslaw, Christopher Boise and Jennifer Weiner have become very involved. Odile, Christopher and Jenny are now running the soup kitchen. Every Friday morning four volunteers help out at Central Synagogue. The Blue Key is underway, it has rnany programs to offer. If Dwight studer's are willing to continue to work ha' and nurture this newly born organizatic ^j|| become an integral part of The jq|^* School experience.


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Amidst the chaos of the competing voices of crew and cast, there was the idea. Then there was the goal. The goal w as to videotape the recent perfor­ mance of “The Prisoner of Second Avenue” . Not the videotaping that most everyone is familiar with; Mr. Murphy in an unobtrusive corner catching a performance, for good or for bad, for posterity. This w as along the lines of film-making. This time a new door was opened: Acting for the camera. Mr. Brown explains: After my fourth or fifth show at Dwight I had the idea of starting a class or program where the concepts and practicalities of video could be explored by students. This exploration could open new doors; each of these doors leading to new avenues and a varied future. So it came to pass that equipment w as made

available and a blank check for its use. With all this, announcements were made and w e waited. W e had nibbles and bites for five to six weeks, until we had a solid core of students with time and dedication. During those Initial w eeks, the applications and types of video w ere discussed. The primary point of all discussions and projects are, and were, the goal of this program: Communication. Today you see the use of video all around you. It is used for advertising, sales promotion in stores, home movies, films for the home, as a vehicle for art, as art, for science, and the list grows. The most important aspect of the video program Is communication. The ex­ pression of ideas is a critical point in today’s world. W e hope to teach this through the program from the initial

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idea, to the writing of, discussion of, planning of, and finally the execution of the idea within the video format. Every participant in the program works in every aspect of the program. They w ork as writers, crew, directors, and as on-cam era talent. Thus by doing every job, they learn to communicate with each other and the viewer in a clearer and more concise manner. It has been a tough road this first year, but it has been worth it. Like anything else, when so m ething new is introd u ced or explored, there is growth if something is learned. Much has been learned; Team work, and to work in a team requires much give and take. To do It well is a sign of growth, and after all, isn’t that what it’s all about?


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The Dwight Varsity Basketball team perform at the Holiday Assemlply.

The Dwight School Choir is com ­ prised of a group of girls from seventh to twelfth grade. The girls meet during their lunch periods to rehearse, and they provide musical entertainment for the whole school at assemblies and graduation. Many of the girls perform solos, as well as singing as one part of the entire choir. The Dwight School can be proud of the talent we have. The highlight of our singing season w as at the Holiday Assembly in December, when the Boysâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Varsity Basketball Team left the court to go to the stage, joining the girls in a special rendition of White Christmas. This, of course, brought the house down, and the choir looks forward to making this a new tradition at Dwight.


ACTIVITIES While in London, the Choir saw a play, musical, opera or a concert every night until it cam e time for their own performance, held at the International School of London. The debut of The Dwight School Choir in Europe was a great success, much to the par­ ticipants' relief and satisfaction. The audience cheered, and the group signed autographs. On top of their success, the Choir came home with a few new trinkets from Laura Ashley's, Harrod's, and the thrift shops of Soho. They also came home needing a larger dress size, as the English food, although not too tasty, had taken its toll. The Choir had discovered “double deckers, smarties (the delicious British Candy) and ice cream with flakes.” The singers all accomplished their goal: singing well and having a great time.

On Thursday, March 15, 1984, The Dwight School Choir stepped aboard a 747 airplane. Its destination: London, England. This would be the first time for the choir to sing overseas but not the first Dwight club to be in England. The Varsity Soccer team had played in England in 1982 and the Volleyball team in 1983. The choir traveled through Oxford, Stratford-on-Avon, Bath, Bristol, South Wales, arriving finally in London. Along the way the choir viewed Stonehedge, Anne Hathaway's cottage and attended services at Oxford Cathedral, W estm in­ ster Abbey and Saint Paul’s. In London the Choir saw the fam ous historical sights including the Tow er Of London. They also relived many fairytales while visting several ancient castles-one of which, W arwick Castle, am azed us because one of our girls had the same last name!

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Our Entourage at Stonehenge

Ellen finds a new friend in an English Village

A tired but contented crew leaving England

Linda Jenkins and Jenny W arw ick at “W arw ick” Castle

A guard at the Tow er of London


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Student eats dinner while sitting by the campfire.

The m ore selective residential colleges have long subsclbed to the theory that the interaction of students am ong them selves and w^ith their teachers outside of the structured classroom environm ent is at least as Im portant to their education and m aturation as anything that happens In fro nt of a blackt>oard. W e at Dwright agree. Besides itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s fun. T h e D w ight Outing Club provides such exp erience In tvtfo ways: through its w ilderness program s and its Invnard Bound excursions to various parts of N ew Y o rk City. The D w ight Outing Club arranges for faculty and students to share the pleasures of backpacking trips, canoe cam ping expeditions and w inter w eekends of cross-country skiing, and ice fishing. The patient and m eticulous am ong us eng age in anim al tracking and o rienteering ove r w ilderness terrain w ith m ap and

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Cooking dinner for an evening in the forest.

com pass. T h e m ore daring opt for the thrills of downhill skiing, w hite-w ater rafting and canoeing S tudents w ho m ay be shy in the classroom often show another facet of them selves in the outdoors w here their w ilderness experience and skills m ake them natural leaders. Knowledge that seem ed esoteric in the science class can assum e a com pelling Im m ediacy on the trail or In the w ater. W hen a canoe has to be guided through w aves pouring over subm erged rocks, knowing the principles of h yd ro kin etics can be v ery im p o rta n t. In a m ore contem plative m ode, an observant backpacker cleaning the cooking gear by the w ater's edge can rem em ber his physics lessons and relate the dark circles on the sandy botton to the w ater bubbles on the surface acting as Fresnei lens.

Going on a trail hike through the woods.

O ne of our favorite trips is our annual w eek of canoe cam ping in Florida's Everglades National Park in tvlarch. W e spend tw o days In the fresh w ater environm ent of a m angrove sw am p sighting alligators, m anatees, and m yriads of plum ed birds and cam ping at night on w ooden platform s built In the m iddle of the w ater. For a change o f pace w e take to the dry land for a day in the com pany o f a park naturalist w ho explains the flora and fauna w e have been observing. O ur last three days are spent in a salt w ater environm ent of Florida Bay and the Gulf of M exico. W e go fishing, shelling, and sight sharks and other ocean denizens. At night w e cam p under the palm s on the beach of C ape Sable.

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Scott Rosenberg, Brett Harris, and Dr. Yeager in the deptlis of the swamp.

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Canoeing in the Gulf of Mexico. Harold, our friendly alligator.

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Fishing for shark at Cape Sable.

The Fish Scandel is solved Rosenberg. W e found your fish.

National park naturalist talks to the students.

Brett Harris wading in the w ater in the Everglades.


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Miss Stephanie Kupin Choreographer

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Hawkeye and Duke entertain the troops.

Hawkeye confronts Hot Lips as Duke and Sgt. Devine look on.

W ayne W eisglass and Kevin Schultz as Haw/keye and Duke.

Lt. Colonel Blake tries to reason with Hawkeye.

Captain Black and Lt. Fury look on as Hawkeye and Duke clown around.

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Jessie and Pearl discuss M e l’s problem.

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Mel Edison comes home sedated after seeing the doctor.

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Edna aw akes in the middle of the night to

Mel listens to Harry complain once again about not being the “favorite” of the family.

Harry admits to his younger brother, Mel,

Harry tries to offer Mel $25,000 to start the


DRAMA

The cast of Snoopy

Snoopy relaxes on his doghouse.

Sally, Lucy and Peppermint Patty sing “ I know now.

W oodstock explains to Snoopy that his heart has been broken.

‘A weeping willow never sheds a tear.


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MICHELLE BA KER DAVID B LITSTEIN

WOODSTOCK

LISA GOLUSKIN

"The World According to Snoopy”

The kids on their w ay to school tease Charlie Brown

The kids in school singing everything they don't know about Edgar Allen Poe.

'You ca n ’t trust a daisy. They blab every chance they get.’

Sally wants Linus to take her to the movies, but the idea doesn’t seem to appeal to him.


DRAMA

Lucy advises Charlie Brown to trade Snoopy in for a couple of goldfish.

Snoopy reminices about Daisy Hill, the 01’ Puppy Farm.

The Easter Beagle with goodies for all.

W oodstock announces Snoppy’s puppet theatre presentation of “Teeth. ”

Snoopy

“The great w riter” atop his doghouse.

Poor ol’ Charlie Brown ponders Snoopy’s behavior in “W here did that little dog

Lucy plans to steal Linu:


1985

W oodstock acts out Snoopy's great novel A Pirate Ship.

W oodstock in flight.

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finesse

W oodstock as king in Snoopy's great novel.

hat and cane . . .

and class.


The Doctor Is In.

Lucy gives Charlie Brown her theory on falling leaves.

Snoopy performs a puppet show.

Lucy tells Patty that being beautiful "carries an aw esom e weight of responsibility."

Lucy gives Linus a lecture.

The cast sings the finale "Just O ne Person.â&#x20AC;?

If Snoopy could have only gone to school he would have been great at the senior prom.

The girls watch the clouds a. different things they can sec

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Varsity Soccer

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BOYS

Team Roster James Altman Jay Caverlari Steve Conlon John Engle Jimmy Loeb Greg Nespole Paul Pappas Arnal Flores Clark Grebner Brett Harris Eric Laster Drew Partikian Andrew Yearys David Friedman Steve Grobman Stuart Katz Chris Strauss

Fullback Forward Keeper, Sw eeper Fullback Keeper Midfield, Sw eeper Sw eeper, Midfield Keeper Midfield M idfield Wing Center Forward Forw ard Midfield Fullback Wing Forward Wing Forward

Captains Paul Pappas, Eric Laster Managers Steve Grobman, Andrew Yerys, Stuart Katz

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SPORTS â&#x20AC;&#x2122;85

1984-85 Dwight School Varsity Soccer Season Score: Dwight 2 Riverdale 1 Staten Island 1 Packer 3 Collegiate 1 Dalton 0 N.Y. Friends 4 Brooklyn Friends Angio-American 2 Rliodes 5 4 Brooklyn Friends Anglo American 3

Opponent 3 5 1 4 2 1 1 League 1 League 0 League 2 Playoff 1 Final Playoff


BOYS

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The Dwight Soccer team ended a successful season by winning the 1984 A C IS cham pionship. Overall the squad’s record was 5-5-1 while achieving an undefeat­ ed record in league play. It was a long and challenging road to the playoffs beginning with five hour daily practice sessions during August. Also, all seventeen players practiced daily a fte r school in addition to maintaining full academic requirements. The Dwight Soccer program has a tradition of playing outstand­ ing teams In non-league competi­ tion. Although our record was below 500% against these teams, the games provided vital prepara­ tion. The year culminated with the ch am pio nsh ip gam e ag ain st Anglo-American. As always the Dwight-Anglo match was an excit­ ing sporting event. The victory was especially gratifying as it was the second time that Dwight defeated Anglo during the season. As the season progressed, the players evolved from a collection of individuals into a group of young men with a common pur­ pose. The members of the 1984 Dwight soccer squad can take pride in both a winning season and the knowledge that hard work and self-sacrifice has its own rewards. Mr. Wllljam Goodin Coach

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J.V. Soccer

Beau Bernstein Ted Beatter Todd C ahm e Josh Eden Steve Grobm an Jim Housm an H enery Kasindorf Alex Kassell Stew art Katz Dan Lehman Barry Seldin Jerem y Sloan Jason Ressler Dan Krieger Justin M eyer Paul Hays Captains Stu Katz, Dan Krieger


Boys Team Roster Ben Agin David Klienmann Doug Greenbog Josh Upson Ken M arkovits Ken Gordon Chris D'Agostino Kirk Sam son Cord Himelstein John Berger Jessie Hollander

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SPORTS â&#x20AC;&#x2122;85 feasK etbaU

Varsity Basketball

140


BOYS

Team Roster Billy Upson Scott Rosenberg Jonathon Hunt Dylan Berstein Paul Pappas Ansell Thom pson M ark Miller Ronald M cC ants Brett Harris Sahgani Lane Scott Hochberg Eric Bell

Forward Forward Guard Forward Forward Forward Forward C enter Guard Guard Guard Forward

Captains Jonathon Hunt, Dylan Bernstein, Ansell Thompson Mangers Tyrone Wong, Michael Orapchuck, Mark Miller, Scott Rosenberg, James Loeb

141


SPORTS â&#x20AC;&#x2122;85 1984-85 Dwight School Varsity Basketball Season Score: Dw ight Staten Island 60 Dalton 51 Collegiate 41 Stuyvesant 38 Y o rk Prep 79 Arch Bishop M olioy B 64 Polly Prep 39 Anglo Am erican 51 Hunter 67 Brooklyn Friends 49 Horace M ann 34 Rhodes 78 Rhodes 48 Packer 66 Riverdale 40 Loyola 60 N.Y. Friends 58 Brooklyn Friends 64 Anglo Am erican 64

O pponent 58 64 46 36 27 26 43 29 League 69 43 League 44 63 League 35 League 35 57 69 46 4 4 League 4 3 League

Collegiate Tournament Score: Dw ight Horace M ann 70 S t Annâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 76 Collegiate 51

Opponent 69 61 60

A.C.I.S. Tournament Score: Dwight Anglo American 72 Rhodes 73

Opponent 38 59 Championship G am e


BOYS

Playing V arsity Basketball at Dwight "K i" Is a Jap anese-oriented belief that the universe Is filled w ith a special energy which Is applied to dally life, and that the universe Is one. The originator of "K i," KolchI Tohei, ultinnately b e lieved th a t " K r ' w as the unification of mind and body; that "m ind and t>ody are Inseparable." The varsity basketball team agrees they are proud to be on the squad and th at it is definitely the m ost im portant com m ittm ent to them , other than their academ ic w ork. W e have spent m any of our sum m ers going to basketball cam ps and playing In sum m er leagues so that our perform ance on the court at school w ould be at Its best. T h e basketball season at Dw ight lasts for five m onths, and practice Is held every day. in o rder to play on the team , w e m ust m aintain o ur school grades, w e can never be late or miss a practice, and m any other sacrifices have to be m ade as w eil. Jonathan Hunt, Ansel Thom pson, and Dylan Bernstein have w ritten a new chapter in the Dw ight history book, it Is called "T h e Trium virate." For the first tim e in D w ight's history, there are three captains w ho share responsibilities for the team under M r. Henry C adra. M r. C adra has now coached at Dw ight for eighteen consecutive years. He and coach Bobby Knight (Coach Knight Is often referred to as the DEAN of basketball) share the throne as the disciplinarians of the sport. Playing basketball at Dw ight has proved to us that w e can push ourselves to the ultim ate limit, physically and m entally. M entally w e m ust be strong, positive, and prepared. W ith this attitude, w e can push ourselves through the physically dem anding practice and be m entally prepared to apply w hat w e've learned. KolchI Toh ei's ultim ate belief "K i" exists fo r those w ho play fo r M r. C adra. The physical and m ental elem ents go hand in hand. W e can be physically exh austed but still m aintain a positive m ental outlook. Just as past Dw ight basketball players w ho have gone on to achieve m any g reat things fo r them selves, the players of the present plan to do the sam e. The team Intends to strengthen their "K I" and to continue strongly by pursuing their Interests and academ ic studies. For those w ho are returning next year, they will pursue their basketball career a t The Dw ight School. Dylan Bernstein

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SPORTS â&#x20AC;&#x2122;85 boys jv basketball

Team Roster

j.v. Basketball

Saghani Lane Danny Krleger Greg Strauss Scott Kohlman Danny Lehman Keith W eissglass Chris Castellano Chris Petchek Andy Kossoff Brian Ossias Paul Hays

Manager James Lagow


BOYS Team Roster Eric Bell David Klein Josh Lipson Douglas Greenberg Kenny M arkovits Doglas Agin Jon Berger M athew Panepinto Terry Friedberg Jeff Kline W eston Almond Mitchell Gould

Managers Cord Himolstein, Daniel Macias

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TENNIS

Team Roster Scott Van der M arck Jonathon Hunt Clark Grabener David Williams Shane King


BOYS In recent years Dwight has been renowned for having a superior tennis program. The varsity tennis team of 1985, however, should supersede this reputation and command not only the ACIS league, but every varsity tennis team crossing its path. Jeff Yusko, in his first year coaching the Tigers, will field three ranking Juniors among the starting seven: Scott van der M arck, Louis Addesso and Alex Dank. He can, as well, boast a team with depth unusal for a New York City private school. Even the doubles combinations which constitute the fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh spots on the team are rankable; they play tournaments and are match-tough, which will be a much needed attribute against the larger and more highly acclaimed boarding school teams such as Choate and Kent who will be met by the ferocious Tigers on a w eekend road trip sometime in April. A goal this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s varsity is looking forward to is an undefeated season among the private schools in New York City and the pummeling of its out of state competition already on the calendar, gaining the Dwight team recognition as a leading tennis team in the East. This yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s varsity tennis team should go on to produce a fabulous banner season. Scott van der M arck

1984-85 Dwight School Tennis Season

Chris Stauss Louis Addesso Alex Dank Jerem y Sloan

N.Y. Friends Choate Riverdale Dalton Horace Mann Poly Prep York Columbia Brow^ning M cBurney Anglo-American Fordham

Score; Dwight 4 4 5 2 4 5 5 4 5 5 5 4

Opponent 1 5 0 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1


SPORTS â&#x20AC;&#x2122;85

SQUASH

Team Roster John Engle Jay Cavatieri Todd Weinberg G ary Robbins Rob Neu


BOYS Dwight Squash 1984-85 was a season filled with fun and frolics. Although the team began with a som ewhat disappointing shutout versus a strong St. Ann's squad, the team cam e together for a flourishing finish. Against Friends (if that's what you call them) Dwight won by 6 to 1. And, in the season's finale, Dwight fought valiantly in defeat. On this note the 1985-86 season looks quite promising with the developm ent of first year players, Flores, Sloan, Neu, Sussman, Koz, and Grubman. W e look forward to the leadership of Gary Robbins as first singles. This year w e wish the senior members goodbye and thank them for their time on the team: Cavalieri, Topple, Engle, and Baker.

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A m at Flores cuff Sussm an Steven Grobm an Jam ie K o z

Manager Kara Baker “Club Pro” John SHverstein

1984-85 Dwight School Squash Season Score: Dwight S t Ann’s 1 Hackley 1 Poly Prep 1 Trinity 1 N.Y. Friends 6 Poly Prep 1 Hackley 1 N.Y. Friends 6 Trinity 3

Opponent 6 6 6 6 1 6 6 1 6


BOYS

SPORTS

SCOREBOARD

Varsity Soccer

5-5-1

Junior Varsity Soccer

2-4-1

Mini Junior Varsity Soccer Varsity Basketball

150

6-2 16-8

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Team Roster Daw n Banket M ic h e lle B a k e r L o re n H a v e r L is a O u a k n in e S ta c y W u e s te A n d r e a A rd e n K im M e r r it L ilia M e a d L is a W o lf E ly s e W o lla n d K im W u e s t e

Captains Dawn Banket Co-Captains Loren Haver, Stacy Wueste

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1984-8S Dwight School Varsity Volleyball Season Score: Calhoun Brooklyn Friends Colum bia Prep. BlrchW attien R iverdale M cB um ey N .Y. Friends 1-exington Lenox Loyola R liodes O .N .I.S . D alton

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11-15 12-15 11-15 1 5-6 16-11 15-6 15-9

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League

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1984 -85 G .IA S .L . Play-off C liam pions U .N .I.S . Dalton

15-2 15-9

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SPORTS â&#x20AC;&#x2122;85

T h e se a s o n o f 1 9 8 4 -8 5 w a s very rew ard in g fo r th e Girls' V arsity V olleyball te a m . T h e te am lea rn ed th a t hard w o rk an d co nce n tratio n p ays off. T h e te am w as placed in Division A as a result o f w inning Division B in 19 8 3 . T h e te am had all the players returning with stro ng n e w ad d i­ tions to th e te a m such as S ta c e y W u e s te w h o w a s e x tre m e ly stro ng in th e front co urt alo ng with reliable d e fen sive play. A cco m p a n in g h e r w a s Kim W u e s te w h o w a s als o stro ng in both a re a s as a fre s h m a n . Lilia M e a d , s o p h o m o re , ca m e th ro ug h w ith all-ro un d g o o d playing and e x celle n t fro n t ro w playing to w a rd s the en d o f th e ye ar. Elyse W olland , a n e w c o m e r to volleyball, im prove d vastly an d w a s alw ays reliable w ith her serving. Kim M e rrit w a s a n o th e r s o p h o m o re w h o c a m e th o u g h w ith a lot o f spirit and hustle to bring th e te am to th e to p. F o u r senio rs will b e leaving in 1 9 8 5 . Lisa O a u k a n in e w a s th e m o st im prove d p layer o f the s e a s o n alo ng w ith M ichelle B a k e r w h o had a lot o f g o o d co u rt tim e. E very te am has q u iet players, such as Loren H aver. S h e w a s a lw a y s th e re on d e fe n s e and the m o s t co n sisten t se rv e r on th e te a m . D aw n B a n k e t w a s c o -c a p ta in w ith S ta c e y W u e s te . D a w n w a s ch ose n this y e a r as th e A ll-S ta r P laye r and M .V .P . o f the se a s o n . S ta c e y W u e s te w a s ch ose n as th e M o s t V alu ab le te am m e m b e r, and Loren H a v e r received th e C o a c h e s â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Player A w ard . T h e te a m s 1 2 -2 reco rd w a s o n e o f the m o s t su ccessfu l se a s o n s D w ig ht has ev er had. T h e last vwo w e e k s o f th e seaso n w e r e th e m o st exciting an d defin itely the m o st rew ard in g . W e w e n t on to b e at stro ng te a m s such as L e n o x and D alton. A fte r losing to D alton in th e L e ag u e C h a m p io n s h ip g a m e th e te am c a m e back to d e stro y th e m in th e p layo ffs T w o g a m e s to o n e. (This w a s a fte r D w ig h t to o k o u t U .N .I.S . 2 -0 ). A n y o n e w h o w a s a t the c h am p io n sh ip play o ff g a m e k n o w s w h a t it m e a n s to fig ht an d su cce ed. O u r c o m b in e d winning reco rd o f 3 g a m e s to 2 ag a in s t D alton w a s an o th er reaso n fo r o u r w in nin g se a s o n . A nd o f co u rs e all this d rive did not c o m e from n o w h e re , C o a c h P a rk e r w a s d e term in ed to w in an d ta u g h t us h o w to su cce ed.

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Team Roster

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Dawn Banket Reva Goodman Denita Hall Elyse Gamsu Jill Mandel Kim Merritt Lilia Mead Jenny Kehoe Tamara Miller Stacey Wueste Kim Wueste Odile Anderson

Foward, Center Guard Guard Foward, Guard Guard Guard Foward, Guard Foward Guard, Foward Center, Foward Foward Foward

Captain Reva Goodman Managers Jodi Diskin, Hillary Strauss

157


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1984-85 Dwight School Varsity Baslcetball Season

Score: Dwight 40 N. Y. Friends 50 Nightingale 60 Brooklyn Friends 58 Anglo-American 55 St. Hildaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 60 Loyola 58 Brearly 58 Packard 52 Columbia Prep. 53 Rhodes 50 Birch-Wathen Fieldston 60 Dalton 45 45 Ramaz 48 Brooklyn Friends 48 McBurney

Loyola

Opponent 20 30 40 28 League 30 League 30 League 28 56 32 League 30 20 League 38 25 League 35 28 28 League

G.I.A.S.L Play-Offs Score; Dwight Opponent 48 30


SPORTS â&#x20AC;&#x2122;85

Undefeated, the Girls Varsity Basketball Team finished the 1984-1985 season with a record of 16-0. The team dominated their league with the starting five: Reva Goodman, guard; Jill Mandel, guard; Lilia Mead, forward; Kim Wueste, forward; Stacey Wueste, center. A strong bench was provided by Dawn Banket, Elyse Gamsu, Tamara Miller, Odiie Anderson, Jennifer Kehoe, Kim Merritt, and Denita Hall. The team was coached by Ms. Parker and was managed by Jodi Diskin and Hillary Strauss.

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Team Roster Marnia Andaus Sara Duffy Lisi Fleishman Myriam Macias Delaney Oser Victoria Shanck Jennifer Traina Ariana Urbont Lisa Wolf


SPORTS â&#x20AC;&#x2122;85 Team Roster Rae Goldring Nicole Nelson Casey Bernstein Lila Thirkield W endy Greenberg Rebecca W eintraub Allison Spitzer M arina Gurin Karen Richardson Serena Li

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To the 1985 Class of Dwight School: Since its founding, our nation has placed th e h ighest premium on education. In his F irst Annual A ddress to the C ongress, George Washington reminded u s th a t "knowledge is in ev e ry co u n try the s u re s t basis of public h ap p in ess," a theme echoed by Thomas Jefferson when he wrote a friend th a t no o th e r su re foundation could be "devised for th e p re se rv a tio n of freedom, and h ap p in ess." These are the values th a t are at stake in the education of e v e ry individual, and they offer a prize well worth your labors. Today you have taken a long strid e forw ard tow ard the fulM m ent of y o u r hopes and dream s, and you can feel great prid e in knowing th a t th e sp irit of our nation goes with you on y o u r jo urn ey. Congratulations on y o u r g raduatio n. You have my best wishes and p ra y e rs for ev e ry fu tu re success and happin ess. God bless you.

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To the Class o f 1985: Congratulations on your graduation from The Dwight School. As you embark on the next phase of your l i v e s , I hope you will remember t h a t time Is a g i f t to be used to make something of o u r s e lv e s , and each l i f e t i m e i s an oppo rtun ity to help make the l iv e s of o t h e r persons b e t t e r . C u ltiv a te the love and the t a l e n t s God e n tru s te d to you, and never underestim ate yourselves and the d iff e r e n c e your courage and your presence can make. S in c e re ly ,

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Senior Class The Dwight School 402 East 67th Street New York, New York Dear Friends: On behalf of The City of New York, I am pleased to extend greetings to The Dwight School's Class of '85 on the occasion of your graduation this month. My congratulations to you on this milestone day in your lives.

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Dear F r i e n d s ; I should like to c ong ra t u l a t e all of the g ra duates of the Dwight School. As yo ur Unite d St ates Sen at or and as a former professor, I commen d y ou for the ha rd wor k w h i c h led to this day. As you con tin ue throug h life, re me m b e r that e du ca t i o n w i l l co nt i n u e to serve you. W h a t yo u learned forms a solid core from w h i c h to d r a w in the future. It is i mpo rtant for you to n u rtu re that core and co nt i n u e to p u r 足 sue its growth, lest y ou gr ow stagnant. Best of luck to you in all of your future endeavors. Sincerely,

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W e live in deeds, not years; in the depth of feelings, not in grades or numbers; in creative thoughts, not breaths; we must count time by heart throbs, in the course of right actions. The 1984-1985 school year has been a profoundly memorable one for all of us at Dwight. Dwightonians have made a significant contribution to their school community and to the city at large. The Blue Key Society helped feed the homeless, gave guidance to underclassmen at Dwight, tutored less endowed in our neighboring public school, and brought Easter dinners to the homebound. One young lady was selected as the outstanding good Samaritan of the East Side by the Yorkville Service Organization. Plans have been prepared for our students to help assuage the pain and anguish of child cancer patients at Sloan Kettering Institute. The measure of a man is the extent of the shadow of his good deeds. This year Dwight students cast a veil far and wide over the East Side. I count among great individuals those people who have a profound depth of feeling. When a ninth grade boy’s father passed away, his friends and teachers surrounded and supported him with caring concern. A classm ate’s father, hearing of his tragic loss, said to me, “ If the boy and his mother need any financial help, I stand ready to assist. The one condition is that the boy not know his benefactor.” Greatness is not in the offices we hold or the honors we receive but in those special deeds that come from a profound sense of common humanity. You would expect me to extol the accomplishments of our championship volleyball and undefeated Girls’ Basketball team or the ACIS Boys’ Soccer and Basketball first-place banners. Yes, we are proud of their accomplishments. But, what pleased me more was the members of all the teams who worked hard and never lost heart even when losing. Victories are won in your heart, and with the right attitude, not by the score on the board. Special moments included when the girls beat Dalton for the championship after losing an earlier match. I watched players learn to overcome pain and to do what others perceived as being impossible. The varsity basketball team, during the Collegiate tournament, played like a symphony in perfect harmony the second half to defeat Horace Mann, the Ivy League champions. I was pleased that all Dwight athletes never hung their heads low after making a mistake. Win or lose, they conducted themselves with dignity. It is an honorable tradition of passionate, persistent and consistent effort that makes us special among all the schools in New York. You would expect me to praise the eleven Regents Scholarship winners, but what impressed me more was the accomplishments of three students in particular. A senior admitted into one of our most prestigious universities had the lowest ERB scores in her class when she entered Dwight. Another boy had athletic talent but little faith in his ability to be a scholastic success. That he could pass his subjects while feeling extreme frustration makes him as heroic in my eyes as his dramatic exploits and accomplishments on the playing field. Finally, it was the complete shock and the sense of elation on the face of our salutatorian when I told her she was second in class. Her sense of disbelief, humility, and appreciation gave me particular satisfaction. Shakespeare said “All the world’s a stage,’’ and stagecraft at Dwight has a long and distinguished history. Several graduates, including Robin Morse and Nikki Goulet, have made it to Broadway. Keith Raywood is a leading set designer for Joseph Papp and Saturday Night Live. Yet to see our youthful dramatic zealots perform in Guys and Dolls, The Prisoner o f Second Avenue and Snoopy was to experience a unique brand of raw prescient enthusiasm that comes from carefully-rehearsed and skillfully-designed productions. Drama has helped create a bond at school that is the mortar of gr institutions. Drama needs diction, projection, and poise, as does Model United Nations and debating. The upperclassmen distinguished themselves at Hastings and Plainview, but a special commendation must be made to those lads who helped train the underclassmen for their first Junior Model United Nations tournament. A new tradition has been started through their efforts. It has been my hope that every student at Dwight might find a path that would unfold his or her unique capacities. Everyone has the spark of genius within him. Many of you have made a good start, others are thinking about their road, while for some it is still only a distant glimmer. These are a few examples of wonderful talents that have emerged this year: A junior artist was selected to exhibit his art work in a professional art gallery. The yearbook saw the merging and pooling of two diverse talents. The art editor created a book worthy of a seasoned advertising art director, while the Senior editor marshalled the materials for a two-hundred and forty page magnumopus, the largest in Dwight’s one-hundred and five year history. A sophomore girl, with an angels voice, performed for three weeks at the Kennedy Center in Washington. A ninth grade ballerina won a major scholarship as she seeks to become a prima ballerina of national stature. Another ninth grader defeat the top-ranked sixteen-year-old boy tennis player in the East. One boy has organized his own shoe sales corporation. He has employed Dwight students as his sales force and is on his way to a profitable first year. A senior girl has set her sights on making the U.S. Olympic Volleyball team. The life of an equestrian requires patient dedication and careful development. A sophomore has trained in Germany and is a Junior riding champion. She is well on her way to an Olympic team berth. Finally, it was with great pride that we watched a freshman perform with the Royal Shakespeare Company in Cyrano de Bergerac. Mention must be made of the resurrection of an old Dwight tradition. Historically we always sent several students to the military academies. This year a senior boy, who also happened to be a junior national sailing champion, has elected to accept an appointment to the United States Naval Academy. Dwight, among all the schools in the city, was selected to host distinguished past and present Horatio Alger Winners. A Dwight Senior was awarded a major scholarship because he represented the ethics and ideals espoused by Horatio Alger. Two sophomore girls spent a month over spring break studying in Oxford, England. They returned with a new love of learning and a keen sense of adventure. Those girls will never by ordinary because their adventurous, probing minds will now always want to discover new frontiers. These recollections only begin to scratch the surface of the accomplishments of Dwightonians. Let me go on record by saying that in part the inspiration for these accomplishments came from three sources: first, a teaching staff that has sought to find the best in each student, that would rather elevate than tear down; second, a senior class that has been an example to the other students, and finally, to all the students who have shown the heart to try. I am proud of all the Dwight men and women who have aspired to think creatively, feel nobly, take risks, and act honorably. This is a special year that will long be rememebered. 188


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W E ARE SO PROUD OF YOU AND W H O YOU HAVE B E C O M E K N O W IN G T H A T Y O U A R E P R E P A R E D F O R Y O U R N E X T E X C IT IN G CHALLENGE, YO U R COLLEGE CAREER. A L L O U R LO VE, M O M M Y & JAMES

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To our daughter Loren who always makes us proud to be her parents Madeline & David Haver Congratulations to liana Bassman and the class of 1985 Picardi & Assoc., Inc. 666 Fifth Ave. New York, NY From Ronald Picardi 224


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The Manhattan Map Company THE STORY OF THE MAP

The map which is at the front and back of the 1985 Dwight School Yearbook is unusual in that it was created not by conventional map-making techniques, but a new system: isometrics. Isometric mapping is a method of representing an area by equidistant projection - or to be more precise, axonometric projection of all three dimensions on the same scale. The result is a map with buildings each drawn in proper position and detail. At first glance it has the effect of an aerial panorama. In fact, each building on the map is the same theoretical difference as every other one, the vanishing point being infinity. Isometric mapping, by avoiding the distortions inherent in photography, offers a more clearly defined view of the city than can be obtained by usual mapping methods. Keeping the isometric map up to date is a problem in a city where new buildings are completed almost every week. Each building must be drawn individually. The result, however, is a map different from any other. The original artwork was drawn by Constantine Anderson who started in 1961 and was continuously updated until 1981. In addition to the accurately proportioned buildings, the map also includes subway stations, bus shelters, telephone booths, building canopies, trees and even potted street planters. For a while because of the complexities the map was out of print. Now it is available again - and is on sale at most map stores and book shops in the mid-town area of Manhattan.

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