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OUTCOME? Higher Standards With Practical Results

(Front row sitting): Pe rrin Curran, Ted Mulle n, Cecilia Crum, Laura Herrera, Andy Williams, Judy Pucke tt-Borunda, Xochitl Estrada, Ke vin Conway, Robe rt Seeling, Tom De mpsey, Regina Sabatasso, Margare t O'Malley, Juan Me jia, Mike We lty, Je nny Seelme n, Ce cilia Baraquio, Eileen Der, Patrick O'Hannigan, Joanie Conley, Tracey Carrillo, Noel LaCosta, Scott Brown, Noe l Burke, Dave Radonivich, Terri Kuhnle in. (Standing, 2nd row): Hank Durand, Na ncy Au, Robert Andrade , Lisa Vasquez, Le ticia Vidal, Don Tripie r, Maria Ele na Me dina, Maria Sanchez, Marie Moran, Adriana Re ndon, Claudia Sanchez, Ro n Hodges, Lisa Piume tti, Michelle Rock, Maureen Do novan, Jamie Sanchez, Cindy Be ll. (Back Row): Vince Ailtara, Dave Bunke r, Gloria Martinez, Art Robles, Chris Bote llo , Ge na Alvarez, James Granoski, Randy Ale jo, Maria Ramirez, Alfred o Bake r, lsmaie l Mena, Alma Sanch ez, Fr. Loughran, Carla Molina, Jason Park, Do nald Haughto n, Cathy Day, Lisa Lang, Elvita Ro bles, Peggy Horan, Alice Krohn, Van Tran, Sharon Hiu, Lisa Le nsch, Diane Haue rwaas, Karl Alt ergott.

May 1986 120 students piled into two buses earl y o ne May morning. One bus kept breaking down on the way to Yucaipa. They were assigned cabins with funky names. They decorated their own mailboxes that hung on a saggy string line and s traggled i n to meals - from deep conversa tions, naps, group activities and hikes. It was fun and it was serious. Topics of concern were discussed, re-discussed and voted upon. Fr. Loughran came and answered some of the student's questions. The Leadership Con ference, historically, was the grouping of enthusiastic leaders, who, for the f irst time, sought higher standards with practical results and didn'l sett le for second best.

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(left): Gloria Martinez, Margaret O'Malley, Regina Sabatasso, Peggy Horan. (below left): HapPY campers unite! (below): Is there an y mail fo r m e? (Bottom): Hank D urand and John Wholihan, casually dressed.

Enthusiastic leaders meet again On Saturday, September 13, a group of LMU s tudents and administrators met in an attempt to instiga te sig nificant reforms for the campus and s tude nt body. The meeting was a follow-up to the May conference in Yucaipa in which s tudents formulated a set of very speci fi c proposals for administrators to review and act upon. H ank Durand, Vice Pres ident for Student Affairs, began the meeting by stressing uni ty as. the overriding goal for the LMU community, reminding s tudents that they ~hould be wary of the often heard re mark, When we ge t to the real world." LMU s tudents arc independent, he explai ned, and thus arc in the real world. Three goals he has set for himself include the commitment to academic excellence, a comprehensive reassessment of s tudent services and the pursuit of a comprehe nsive program to assist s tudents with alcohol and drug problem s. Sr. Mary Milligan, Loyola M arymou nt's new ~rovost, stepped forward and explained the h1story and ambiguity of the term " provos t." Her job is to advise the administrators o.n the Marymount tradi tion and be espeCially attentive to the needs of women on campus. Her main goal was to lis ten, learn, and meet people; to " fi ll in the gaps .. . " to hclf people meet one ano ther so that there ~il not be antagonism between adminis tratiOn, s taff and students. She concluded with the wish that by the end of the year, her role would be more clearly defined to the students. ASLMU president Ron H odges reiterated briefly the proposals spoken of at the May conference: convoca tion, academic s tandards, security, SAGA, bookstore, works tudy, and physical plant.

In his par ticular session, Clyde Myers, Assis tant Vice Pres ident for Adminis trative Services, agreed that there we re some problems that needed some attention, but just as often s ugges ted that proposed alternatives could easily be im plemented. The session resulted in longer recreatio nal center and bookstore hours. Myers assured students that the new security was a vast improvement for the LMU campus by outlining the company's his tory a nd training. Concurrently, Fr. Koppes addressed academic s tandards and the convoca tion hour. Many s tudents agreed that teachers don' t always hand out a syllabus. Koppes drily re marked that although professors arc required to write it, " they don't have to hand it out." On the whole, evaluations of teachers arc taken more serious ly. Convocation hour was a sore subject. Koppes handed out a table of the percentage of classroom use on any given day. He feels that 11-1 2 is a prime teaching hour. He s uggested further a compromise of 12- 1. No one really argued, but it was pointed out that from 12-1, s tudents are s leepy. If the hour was to be reins tated, Kopp es sugges ted immediate action. Fr. Loughran ended the meeting by explaining five of his long-range goals: the s trengthen ing of the s tudent body, s treng thening faculty, developi ng the Leavey Center, making Loyola M arymount an intellectual and cultural center, and the purs uin g of excellence to avoid small- mindedness. Loug hran would like to increase the number o f Freshmen. The class of 1990 is 850

s trong. Instead of one-half of the s tudents living on campus, Loughran would like to see 75%. The curriculum needs to be structured well, financial aid must be increased and the education of minorities should not be ignored, he further s tated. " I a m uncomfortable with the words 'leader' and 'leadership', says Loughran. I think of followers. I'd like to think everyone is a leader. "You mus t have res pect for their minds." So ended the first student leaders hip conference followup meeting in which students and administrators voiced their thoughts and sought action.

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From one certainty to the unknown, from the world of knowledge and books to the workplace ... one foot in front of the other: left, right, left, right, left, right ... The clicking of heels and the dull thud of tennis shoes. You arc stepping out into the realm of the unknown - of surprises and challenges you will face, because you must. It doesn't matter what you wear and it doesn't matter how you feel. Your life will be your life and you are living it as you read this. Your life is a series of steps, whether forward or backward; a process of walking in and walking out of other people's lives. Along the path of life you have chosen, you'll falter, you'll laugh and cry, explore, and perhaps turn back. Whatever your ultimate goal, add a bit of enthusiasm and remember: one foot in front of the other, your head up high - left, right, left, right, left, right.

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Over the summer. when seniors wcr(' sent notificatio n o f senio r pictures. they were asked to respond to I 0 c1ucst io ns such as wh at they would do after graduation and how thC)' felt about the tuition increase. Unfo rtunately. less chan o ne percent of the senior c lass respond ed. To me that says so met hing fo r apathy. Why do students pro · crastinate and put o ff things to do~ Patrick O' llannigan. in the Oct. 8 issue of the l.oyolan, notes that campus activism is alive. I will ag ree to an extent. Compa re. however. t he number of activists to the number o f und erg raduates; I can most certainly gua rantee that the perce ntage o f " active" studcms is roo lo w. It is encourag ing. though. that t hose who took a fe w minutes o f t heir time to fill out this su rvey had lots to say. -The Editor

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Responses: 40 60 % females, 40 % males It is interesting that 37.5% o f the fe males were residents, wh ile 68.75% o f the males live on campus. Proportio nately. 62. 5% o f the female respondants are commuters, whereas 3 1. 25% o f the males commute.

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P asadena City Co llege, Orange Coast, C.S.U. No rthr idge, UCS B, Cal Sta re L.A. , Moorpa rk , USC, West Los Ange les, L.A. Va lley, San ta Mon ica Co llege. " tra nsfe r s tud e nt ~ bring in d iffe rent id ea~" "give LMU a be u er pers pective" "Tra n~fe rs add new views from w hich o ther s tu d e nt ~ can a nd need to lea rn ." "\'<'hy s hould it he de trimenta l? An yone ~ h o uld he a ble to e njoy LMUfre~hm a n o r t ra n~fe r". " It g ives a d egree of fresh ideas to the est a bl i~h ed ones at LM U."

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Yes 30 No 9 Blank 1 Yes: "Advi~or~ an: rather Ia~)' ... they juM >iJ.:n your schedu le and send you on your

wa y." " You haw to >cck out the pr<>fcssors who can best identif)' with who )'OU arc.-. You can't expect all of them to lovc you and you can't expect tO love all of them." ·· Abso lute!)•!" "Thcr'vc been vcrr >upportivc:· 'Thc tca chcrs arc willinJ.: to J.:ivc thcor timl.' if )'Ou're willing to ask for it." "They've always given me qualit)' tome." No: .. Advisors need some t)'pe of training for many times they arc no rnorc informatove than the sch<x>l bulletin." .. Most teachers :ue adequate: at best.'' .. As an engineer. ther >pin up. Some support and sorn<· wo rk you tO the point that rou want to quit.'' When teacher evaluations a rc handed out near the end of a semesu:r. do )'<>U feci they are taken seriously(

Yes " By most students. yes A lot ot students teet they aoe a waste ot lime .. "Indeed Teachers have been oehued and tued based on evaluatrons" " The good teachers talen them :.eroously. but the bad tuchers who recerve poor comments don't tale them serrously •· "llhrnk all students should be made aware ot how rmpoolanl (evaluatoons) are and nollo put bad remarks because they teellrke

5. \flhar arc your feelings on th e 9% tuition increase? The re was n o clea r sep a r a ting line i n ans w e rs. Grip~

IS Female, 10 Mole " Midd le das< people C.llmol afford il." "Wh )' 9'-7" "The •Y•Iern •hou ld be belle r orga nized." "llorribl el It h .1~ put a tremendous financial strain o n both my p.ucnts and myself. It's even h;H'dcr now eh.H my you nger si<ler is allending coll ege." "D idn' t we ju<l receive S2S million?!" "Ridiculous" "Where is il (lhe money) going?" "Scnodcss." "Too h igh!" "Unjuslified. l nfl.llion is about 3-5'!!>" "If il ~~ to build new dormtO·ridiculou.s. If il's for new chairs to lounge on outside lht l.air when it's free-zing· ridiculous. Paying $30.00 for a decal thai d~n'l s«ure a parking spot-ridiculous." " ll 's undef>land.>ble I hal luilion n>usl increa5<', bul when fin ancial •id flakes oul and d~ not keep up, sludencs find them5<'lves in • bind." " When academiC> are ~ing cui back? I wan I my lui lion lo pay for • good education, nola parking tol full of trccs!" " 1 ca nnot afford il." " We pay enough alrc.dy."

1 ho-c \Vho Undc"IJnd 8 females, S Mal~ "Rising C'OSI of luilion mt.lns mort' hours of "''orking, not studying." " A ntC't'So~.lry <'Vii." " I feel I hal I here are

rc.-ons ~hind il •vhich .,enol qualified LMU." "Con;idering the cost of living in California, il makes S<>nS<>." " A good <'duC'.ltion is. worth tht mon<'y."

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Ho "Only by a handlul ol students. wtuch rs untortunatc I belrcve the adm•n•stratron and tacully lake them serrously •• "lio-nothrng ever really changes·· "Perhaps lhe evatuatrons should be sent oul 10 an analyst co whereby prolessors also recerve a report card ... " Most are done rn a rush ·· "II anyone ol aulhorrly reads them. I have doubts they are g•ven conSJderatron ·· "Too hequenlly the awlul teachers are bac~ the ne;t year lhey probably were slapped on the hand·· "Cucle a number and let's leave early .. "II they are. rl would be a m1slake Students are very reluctant to wrrle what lhey truly th10k ·· " Only by a m•norrly •• " lhe evalualoons should be revosed ·· "halualoons should be publiShed ·· "Scmewhat '' " No oprnoon ••

"Open my o wn business." "Go to work." "Become successful." "Get a job to pay off my debts." "Law school." "Get a job. Have fun . Surf." "G rad uate school." " Marry. Have kids." "Work in an eng inee ring firm." " Purs ue a h ig h school teaching credent ia l." ' 'Teaching and traveling" " A yea r abroad to " unwind" and "a pprecia te cultures o the r tha n my o wn ." " Wo rk, play, life" Last ly, how do you view the Sanctuary Movement!

"The w ha t ?" " I d o n 't know w ha t it is." " N o O pini o n" " It be nds th e la w." " Po~itive m ove me nt. " " It i ~ nn h o n o r to say th a t LMU is the fi rs t Ca tho li c uni ve rs it y to m a ke a Ch riMia n sc:u c mc nt to h e lp o ur ne ig hbor> · · · II cares g rea t ~ ig nifi ca n cc." " I wh o le h ea rt ed ly support it.'' " \Yie ~a ve too ma ny illega l a l ien~ h e re nlready. T h ey h ave to ea rn th e r ight to h ve ~e re ... a d justing co the America n way of li fe, instead of bring in g ~ e >n co h ere." "\Yiith a cercn in a m o unt o f con cern." "Poll y-a nni sh. Look ing h ad" in other nation '~ eye~ h a~ replaced com mon se nse in America." "Veh ement ly oppo~ed.'' " I t'~ okay ... bu t w h ere is th e moveme nt towa rd apartheid?" " I am ' 'cry torn be tween sympat hy for these peop le who~c lives arc in danger bccau~c of th e ir polit ica l bel ief~. ~u1 I'm abo appalled at th e numhcr of our own citi'lens w ho are living en pove rty or arc homc l c~~. Our go,•crnment~ policies don't seem 10 helping either:·

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"There are o nly so many students o ne can fit on a campus th is size." "J3ui ld more apartments." "No sophomores in apes ... "Gee ride of Tenderich ." "Housing based on academ ic priority." "All freshman shou ld have ON -CAM PUS I lOUSING!" "Create 2 and 6 bedroom units in Westchester ( LMU would buy houses)" "Acquire more pro pert)' or develop more of the undeveloped land.'' "Trying to solve chis problem creates another - lack of parking." "More on campus apartments." "Will take time and money co solve." "Those who live farthest away should have preference."

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'' \\:' hen graduaec' look (or a job. mo>e bus inc>> arc imprc»cd "irh Loyola h c,·Au'c ehcy kno" rhae Loyola has a good sea(( and cxpcce> ehc bc>e fro m ll•c•r '1udcm\:· 'T eacher- cxp ec;e a loe .•. Reading. and especially wrieing. arc greacly cmpha,ited. T eache rs carc:·

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What arc your thoughts on the Greek system here at LM U(

14 against, 13 in m iddle, 12 for it "Ir should b e streng thened." " They don 't get en o ug h suppo rt." "Silly. Docs n o r p romote cm o tion alj intellecrual growth." "A lo r needs ro be cleared up as far as the wild p arries. The Greeks all have a vocarion and I think fo r m ost o f the frats an d sororities it is lost." " Th e ide:1 o f a fraternity or sorority gets a liule abused h ere. Emphasis seem s to b e on p arty ing and drinking rather than bro therhood and sisterh ood. " "Not interracial enoug h. Wh ere are the Hispanic, Orieotal and Black Frars and Sororities?" "Flimsy bur I'm uninrere:;rcd any way." "Th ey n eed to b e more official." "I don 't need it." "T oo clique-ish. " "I 'm n o t in it. If o thers wanr it, okay. Enoug h Sa id." "Ir's n either h ere nor there." " A joke."

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our mom spoke these words in a bare whisper some twenty-odd years ago. "It's time to go." Your father weakly smiled. "Oh God. " Some hours later, you were born.

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By the time you were five, Mom was ready to disown you. She'd grumble to Grandma and to the all-knowing lady next door about how mischievious you were getting; how spaghetti on the floor was most certainly not appetizing. One day she uttered, "Its time to go" and you hid in the corner.

So, now, according to life's ironies, the tables have been turned. You are leaving home for your "I have. to-absolutely need to - golly-don't you understand who I am? INDEPENDENCE."

From the insecurities of childhood (right) to cle路 mcntary school days (be路 I0\11) to the joys of fina ll y graduating (far right).

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You are an adult. You are legal. Old enough to know best, though not "old".

Over dinner you announce: "Mom, Dad , next week, I'll be moving back East." You continue to eat, as though what you said wa s as simple as your declaration. Mom's fork clangs to the plate. She's shocked. Brother rolls his eyes and pretend ignorance. Dad is clearly confused. "Excuse me, what did you say?" ''I'm going East," you reply. "As in New York?" Casually, "Somewhere around there" . "For goodness sake WHY?" " It's time for me to go."


OBSERVATIONS "Drugs are killi ng our children." -President Rona ld Reaga n,

Sept. 1986 Earthquakes are becoming more common these days. In Ca lifornia: Coalinga, Palm S prings, Oceanside. Greece: 6.2 in Sept ember. October: More than 1,000 k illed in El Sahâ&#x20AC;˘ador.

One roommate to another during a fire drill (when located in a third floor apartment): "Oh, my God! I'm in my pajama!Nl nd I've got to lake my zit medicine off!" Years from now, you sun-goddesses will wish you'd kept your fair skin. Soon it will be a cherished fad. (Consider th is a biased opin ion!) Education of a child in the year 2000: Casua lly get up at 9a.m. He switches on th e computer to his math lesson, then g rammar, science, spelling, philosoph y and culture. Done by lp.m. Gets in s pace mobile a nd plays football with his buddi es on the moon.

It isn 't safe to drive, fly or jog. Don 't cat foods with artificial flavors, cholesterol, or chaco/ate. If the sea I is broken, someone has poisoned the contents with cyanide. Use the product by the data shown above. Water is unhcnlthy, too. Caffeine makes you jittery: so llwt eliminates Coke, coffee, ten. Greens arc good for you. Balance your diet. The newest innovation: NutraSwcct. (No te: Too much saccharin kills rats.)

It's sad to go s hopping a t Lucky's o n Lincoln a nd have a n O\'erweight, dirty bum ask you for a dime. Procrastination of a fifth-year senior: .. I low ma ny days left in the semester?"

Wh at do you take pictures of'? "Whatever catches my eye. "

Assumption overseas: If you're a n American professor or journalist in either the Soviet Union or Beirut, you must be a spy.

Once the world is solely technological when the electricity goes off, it won't be funny. Recent graduate looking for a job. EXp E R I E N C ED I N 0 IV I 0 U A LS WANTED. ''That disqualifies me." Did you hear about James Farrands? He is the new Im perial Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan - the first non-Southerner and Catholic. License plate: "GO-CT." Since the death of 7 astronauts earlier this yea r, ASA has had a string of bad luck. It took 16 attempts to launch a weather satellite on September 17.

Trees become a jungle, Grass becomes the weeds, Ci rcumstances suffocate Our forgotten needs. Laura Herrera

A student who obviously is prejudiced: "Student poetry is never any good."

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''Man does not live by bread alone." Boy: Yeah. I know what you mean. these mid·terms arc pretty tough. Why don't they just shoot us and make it easier for all of us? I have to Girl: I don't know study for tomorrow and it's already 5:30.

Boy: 5:30! Want to go to Saga for dinner? Girl: No thanks. Life is short enough as it is! Saga. Many thoughts come to mind when this word is mentioned: however. one thing that many peo· pie don't realize is the amount of work that goes in to each and every meal we consume. Under the direc· tion of Carry Wheeland. Saga Edu· ca tional Food Services not on ly ex· panded their hours and hired an ad· ditional manager. but also created a mea l equ iva lency plan in the Lai r in which students are able to obta in

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food from both locations for a mere punch of the hallowed meal card. October brought the birth of "The Wild Pizza." pizza made on campus. delivered on campus. and. of course consumed on campus. Saga also sponsored the al l new dorm barbc· qucs. Du ring these barbcqucs. Saga provided the food. barbeque and charcoal wh ile the dorm sponsoring the event cooked the food and punched meal cards. The next time you eat at Saga. or start complaining about the food. stop and think about it for a minute. How would you like to prepare three mea ls a day (with at least two en· trees). offer enough of a variety of food to satisfy over two thousand different tas tes. clean up. and get ready to do it all aga in? Wouldn't be an easy task. would it? And if you don't believe that people are truly satisfied. just look at the smiles as they leave with their ha lf·eaten icc· cream cones.


Dorm, Sweet Dorm

Rosecran~. Whelan and Des mond: diflerent names but the rooms look the same·or do they? In an ellort to make themselves stand out and e~prcss their personality. many residents often alter their rooms by painting. re·decorating. or a combination ol both. The most common method ol remodeling Is by constructing a " loft." This usual· ly consbt1 ol a wooden structure that supports the mattresses. allow· ing the occupants extra lloor space lor couches. chairs. or whatever they can think ol. According to the Resident I ile Handbook. all resi· dents "mu~t have written authoriza· lion lrom the Housing Office to build a loll or any other structure in your room." yet despite all the red· tape. the additions materialize. Some students choose to paint their rooms Instead. When asked why he painted his room . one soph· omore replied. "the original color reminded me or a hospital." The options available are limited only by d person's Imagination and ingenuity. It may seem like a lot or work lor only eight short months. but no matter which residence hall you live on. your room soon be· come~ home. sweet home.

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Foley Anyone? Th e time: Loyola Marymount University The setting: It is a quiet night at the university, too quiet. The wind

is still, and only the sound of an occasional plane taking off can be heard. It is an eerie night, a night that one student will not forget for a long, long time. As the tower clock stretches out its hand to the 11 o'clock hour, the ca mpus is quiet. Suddenly, as if in a dream, the distant notes of " Happy birthday to you ... " ca n be heard from a remote corner of the grounds. As the sou nd draws near, shapes can be made out. Four ... no - five individuals, w it h a sixth held overh eard, bellowing th eir strange chant, marching closer and closer to t he cold, relentless Foley Fountain. The intended vict im struggles, but it is all in vain. Is thi s an ancient Druid ritual performed only by the light of th e moon, or someone's sadistic idea of fun? No one is really sure. As the group approaches the fou nta in, their prey is held by all fo ur limbs, swung back and forth and released over th e fountain to let gravity take its toll. As the vict im climbs out, he sees his captors laughing and runn ing away. By the look in his eyes, it is obvious that he shall not be the only o ne swimming ton ight. So w hen is yo ur birthday? Does your roommate kn ow? Do you know w hen your roommate's birthday is? Don't bother locki ng your door. Don't try to hide. It won't help. Just don't wear anything to precio us or expensive, for when Foley strikes, nothing is left untouched.

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Welcome to the Neighborhood Noticed anything different in the resident life circle this year? If you answered no, then you obviously haven't met the ladies of Doheny. Doheny is the latest women's dormitory to arise on the Loyola campus, and boasts 120 freshman and sophomore residents. The three story, 2.8 million dollar facility is located between Sullivan and Huesma n Halls, and is a welcome addition to Loyola Mary-

mount. The construction was not without incident however. On September 17, the electrical transformer in front of the building exploded, injuring two workers. Later when the rains came, it damaged newly laid concrete and also collected in the fourth floor tower, flooding the Head R.A.'s room directly below. Sullivan and Huesman halls also

received a partial facelift which included a new roof and paint job. Along with this, the surrounding area was granted trees and grass. No more dirt hills for Huesman. What will be next you ask? Remember those apartments, along with Leavey campus, that we were told would be ready a few years ago? Well stay tuned. We can't have everything at once; ca n we?

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ATTENTION ALL COMMUT ERS!! Have you ever lived on campus? Have you ever experienced the "dorm life"? Have you fallen into the rut of going to class then going straight home? Doing the same thing, at the same place, at the same time? Have you walked the same path each day so many times that there is now a ditch four feet deep for you to travel in? If so, read on and find out what you've been missing. Resident life has a lot more to offer than just living in a dorm or apartment. First of all , it gets the student away from home and gives him or her a chance to survive on knowledge from within , not what mom and dad say. Second, it's a chance to mature. Suddenly you are responsible for your own actions and can be held accountable for them. It's not a "sink or swim" situation though. There are Resident Advisors and Dorm Counselors here to help with any problems you may have.

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Living on campus also gives students the opportunity to become more involved with activities such as sports, government, clubs and organizations. Or those precious dorm memories. What R.osecrans man will ever forget the night that the Sullivan ladies stormed through the building and borrowed our boxer shorts? Remember trying to navigate through the halls at 9:00P. M. when the power was turned off? If you were in Whelan at the time, I know it will always live on in your minds. There are also the annual events such as Spook Night, McKay Date Night, RosecransWhelan Football Game, and of course, those delightful Whelan singers belting out Christmas Carols only wearing their "Fruit-of-the-Loom." Yes, my fr iends, it definitely is a wonderful resident life. Be a part of it, and let it be a part of you.

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Dominoes Deceased? One thought was on all the minds of returning students this year (especially the residents): What happened to Dominoes Pizza? Where are those red and blue clad delivery men with their insulated pizza bags and 35 cent cans of Coke? It seems they deliver no more. Apparently, delivery to Loyola

Marymount was only temporary until the Westchester branch opened. However, in keeping with tradition, it didn't open on time, leaving an excellent market for Saga's creation "The Wild Pizza." Who will win out? Only time will tell; meanwhile, the pizza wars continue.

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Doheny is the n ewest residence hall in the LMU circle, housing 180 freshmen and sophomores. Lazily spread between Huesman and Sullivan Halls, D oheny sports a rustic Spanish arch itecture wi th a m ini-tower and fo untain - the tower is accessible only through the Head RA's room; she doesn' t even have the k ey! At right, Doheny in the early stages of building.

Third floor: sitting Rosa Ortiz, Jannine Prager, Carol Deleon, Sue Myers, Patty Reyes, Margie Nagette, Erin Orr, Kelli Ann Kelekolio. Second row: Juliet Alonzo, Teresa Thorma n, April Inouye, Marianne Piemente, Peggy Nagyeote . Third row: RA's Therese Southgate and Sue D eRuyter.

(A bove left): Sa rah Howdc pretends to s tud y in h er to p b unk â&#x20AC;˘ teddy bear. remo te control and s nack close a t hand . (Above): Kelley D renna n, Teresa Thorman , a Tender¡ ich vi s ito r. D ian a Limo n a nd Juli e Grijalva make kn own their favorite g roup: Genesis.

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First floor: First row- T ricia Ch ico, An n Ferrarer, Kerry Ham ilton, Moira Quinn , Holl y Keller. Second row: Colleen Nea l, Kim Conner, T herese Sou thgate, Rosemary Asmus, Felici a Benmum, Kati e Sullivan, Lisa Wolsto n, Karen Mojica. Th ird row: Jenn Dobson, Sheli ah Wilkinson, Amber Caftall, Karen Nurrisso, Katie Shanley. Stand ing: Ce li a T ello, Michelle Fields, Dianne Strain, Debbie Meisw inkel, Claudia Ramirez, laura Rice. (Top left): Jeanette Klees tells a friend "The Secret of stay ing in love." (Left): Michele Bautista and Den ise Bendcck relax.

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Sullivan girls raid Rosecrans for men's boxers (below) Holly Stauts, Rachel Cooper, Stefanie Manalo, and Nicole Diamond show off the boxer trend (right) Maura Dougherty, Anne Nippolt, T ina Jones, and Barbara Michels pose for a friend ly pic (bottom)

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Roomies Gillian Gaggero and Jazmen Amimian (top) Sullivan women, top row, 1-r: Michelle Leon, Christine Wille, Christine Fuller, Anne Nippolt, Tina Jones, Barbara Michels, Theresa Loburg, Chris Romano, Jori Stinar, middle ro Maura Dougherty, Maria Andrade, Dorothy Whitaker, Linda O'Brien, Angela Hill, Holly Stauts, Susan Meyer, Juli e McClean, Karen Lynch, Cathy Gore, Nicole Graham, Theresa Takeuchi, Anne Farrah, Stefanie Manalo, Rachel Cooper, Nicole Diamond, Philicia Weaver, jodyanne Lee, Amy W ehrfritz, Mary Keliikuli, Gillian Gaggero, bottom row: Lynette Hurta, Paula Bowers, Lisa Bergstrom, Stacy M cMillan, Jazmen Aminian, Catherine Navetta, Lucy Aloisio, Gaile Beisner, Ja nessa Cabiltes, S usan Pederson, M alia Daly, Kim Kalua, not pictured: Diana Rincon, Ves ta Kuang, Rebecca Smissen, Coral Caboga, D eidra M artin, Mary Jo Seward, Enna Ho, Boo Suk, Rina Mojica, M arilou Deguzman, Terry Pshide, Cathy Watson, Kathelcen Keenan, Elena Nogales, Kim Fleck, Camellia Chau, Buu Kinh Doa , Kim O'Meara, D enise Folga, Barbara Chapa An ne Farrah and Anne N eppolt demonstrate what dorm life is all about (left)

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Top: Trina Panasch (on phone) Karen Gimple and Janet Northrup talk up a storm while thei r attention is diverted by some gorgeous hunk. Above left: Mary Anne Fotinos, Janet Norh rup, and Sandy Braun talk, talk, talk. Above: Second floor- (sitting) Dana Ka rasaki, Christine Egan, Patti Marren, Stacey Holborrok, Jill Matthews. (back row) Cindy Gomez, Justine Bruss, Colleen Mullen, Carrie Hickert. Bottom left: Giselle Knight goes for the winning point. Bottom: Three girls blow a kiss to the camera.

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l eft: Karen Rubins, Sandy Mitte reder, Caby Her rera. Bottom: T h ird floor- (front) Stella lnchanspe, Mary Anne Futinos, Monica Ho, Andria Theisen, Mary Ruprich. (middle)- Caby Herrera, Sandy Mittereder, Karen Robbins, Deanna Awa. (back)- laura Fuchs, Sab ra Me Kenzie, Cathe Sandstron, Suzanne Tomczak, Tonia Ventura, Claudia Plasencia, j ennifer Housch, Karen White, Trina Pansc i, Terry Olander, Sandy Braun. Below: First floor- (back) Gina Cont rcraz, Maria Medina, Sharyn H incliffe, larrysa Perry, Monique Lamore, Becky Reid, Lori Felt, lisa Reich . (middle)- Patti Esposito, Cathy Brent, Shari Silos. (front)- l isa lang. laura Callanan.

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Bill Barnett leaps for the ca tch (right) while Michael Thomas grimaces - his hair is on fire you jus t can ' t tell (far right).

Second Floor: LtoR Back row: Lorca n Barnes, Steve Peters, John Halsh, Pat Adler, Thorton Bixby, Jim Frazier, D ave Perfect. Front row: Scott Beck, Pedro Diaz, Steve Branton, Dino Vindeni, Rich Ferate, Vance Streider, Domanic Shanley, Steven M orris. Seated: Graham Pas k, Rich Ri chmond, John Goodwin

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Second floor: Ryan Mills, Larry Herz, David Semmer, Paul Kim, Tom McGlynn, David Wholihan, Grant Wheeler, Rhonel Aquino, Erich Braun, Gerard Perez, Carl Espino, Mark Leeper, John Derby, Steve Gomez, Tom McGee, Steve Verway, Rob Dolan, Greg Tirado, Kevin McSweeney, Bobby Cheung, Mike O'Brien. First floor Whelan shows up for their picture basically in the nude: Top rowChris Young, Jerry Schenkelberg, Dan Inerny, Jason Park, Middle row: Paul Klein, RA; Jerry Thult Kevin Sullivan, Frank Repetti, Jason Peacock, Andrew Sison, Paul Metzger, Jim Garvin, Mike Kiper, RA. Front Row: Chuck Brown, Jeffrey Woodbury, Gary Amico, Sean Dion, 路路 路 Mike Solis.

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Whelan Whips Rosecrans For the second year in a row. Whelan beat Rosecrans in the 7th annual Dorm Football game held September 26 on Hannon Field. with a score of 8-

6. Last year's game was characterized by far too much violence . This year. penalties seemed t o be the fad - one of which was caused by Whelan tons uttering obscenities. At half time. it appeared Rose-

c ra ns would capture their long-time title back. with a 6-0 lead. However. in the third quarter. Whelan scored on a pass from Mike O'Brien to Sean Dion. to tie the game. In the fourth quarter. a block punt rolled towards the endzone and Whelan's Ralph Wood tried to get it there. The referees ruled it a safety - giving Whelan the lead and the win.

Third floor: Fron t: Tyler Ralston, Steve Glaudini. Squatting: Greg Capo, james Van de Voordc, Tom Norton, Chris Braun, Dave Campatelli. Standing: Matthew Longevin, Sam Limtao, Paul Hewitt, Craig Summer (RA), Karl Leong, Mike Troina, Kevin Brazelton (RA), Alan Sorgi, Robert Bedell, Herman Chang, Loui s Kestholy, Ralph Wood, Stan Ruiz, Peter Graham, Dennis Burke, Eddie Gonzalez, joseph Crowley, Bruce Dalrymple, Mark Holzbauer, Brett Whitmer, David Rahl , Robert Craig Ell , James Butcher, Eric Bloore.

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McKay Right: First Floor- First Row: john Bartle, john Anter, Steven Burke, Ed Sramaty, G ian ni Galat i, Patty Dugan, Pedro Abascal, Greg Po ncetta, Scott Colanino. Bryan Costello, jack Scaff, John Orman, John Borone, David Peterson , Michael Leonard, Hu g h Curran, Second Row: S teve Braze lton , Richard Noyola, Ed Kars tNter, joel Tubao, jeff Olsen, Michael Thomas, Michael Gillette, Ed Nena, David Salchak, Kevin M iller.

Above: Third Floor- Sitting: Sarah Shogren, Kieran Sullivan, Mireille Yanow, Andrea Devitt, Julie Lamme, Kym Bender, Rene Fritzenkottel, Shari Younkin, Mary Lou Guido, Peggy Kehoe, Mary Menard, Maria Sepe, Nancy Plankey, Adrienne Pilmanis, Fritzy Kimmel, Diana Kalty, Sabrina Hill, Gioia Woods, Standing: Shirley Ng, Dana Loo, Teresa Luna, Moana Lutey, Emily Banks, Michele Hussey, Stephanie Gibson, Lupe Gamboa, Cathi Colli, Pam Nett, Stephanie Willett, Martha Lomeli, Estela Amezcus, Rosanne Ripley, Shana Hagan, Lisa Reliford, Katie Burke, Elaine Adams, Kelly Farley.

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Erin Sweeney and Danielle johnston playing ca rds.

Top Left: Second Floor • Sitting: Teri Walsh, Mary Ann Harmon. Caryn Her· lihy, Adrienne Tararin, Lori Pezno>ki, Danielle johnston , Carrie Jordan, Teri McQuillan. Standing: Renee But• ick , Kristi Chang, Rosemarie Trizzin>, Teresa Quesada, Ti na Amstutz, Meighan rinigan, Kare n Ramos, Ei leen Merkert, Eri n Sween ey. T hird: Leah Tichner, Mar- Mary Bussi, Sabrina Kavwy, Michelle Duffey, Jenne Viloria, Kare n Infa nt ino, Shari Jack son , Beth Bras hear, Linda Tay lor, Vick i Berg, Wendy Cores mehr. Back: Danielle Curra n, Chris ta Forster, CHi Prime, Mari sol Leon, jean Ayala, joAnn Ayala, Christine Doherty, Meg Sa n rcgret , April Lack· ey. Left: Fourth Floor • Sitting: Ali ce Zayas, Debbie Ford. Laura Simmon>, Anne Ashby. Patricia Gamboa, Stacey Lewis, Danielle Desjardins, Cathy Calmes, Shan· non Boyer. Standing: Monica Gamboa, Stephanie Ruts ik. Toni Grana, Kathy Houston , jenny Cirots ki , Rachel Shelton, Heather Pope, Robin Harrington, KJren Kato, M ia King, Claudia Sanche7 , Cynthia Brader. Second row: Anne Maria Downs, Susan Todd, Stacey Jenkin >, Marette Lar· son, Stacy Martin , Dina Darrington, Fr. Mike, Claudine Trozak, Beth Simmons , Chris Pfalmer, Marybeth Collins, Janke Drake, S. Morgan, Su,an Dino, Sim Leveque, Kathy Turner, Sam Pratt, Kate Kass uba, Angele April, Karen Gib>on.

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Tend erich

(Above}: Some of us hang posters. Others, well .. . (Above Right): All in a hard day's work. (Right): See mom, I told you I study.

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(Top): Tenderich residents take a break. (Above): Keoni Ball in a s tate of mental alertness. (Right): Barbara Roussey, Julie Golden and Eileen Venzon stop to enjoy a little home cooking.

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Top Left: A victim of Barcelona's heated pool. Top right: Christine Multari poses with her favorite teddy. Left: "Tough" Joe Bear looks down.

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(Left): Another day in the life of Nigel Wong. (Below Left): Kelly Palmer and Cathy Petrissans creating a lunchtime masterpiece. (Below): Come on, smile for the camera. (Bottom): Taking a break from SAGA. (Right): What do you mean you don't have any quarters? (Far Right): No time to rest, got to study. (Below Right): Loyola Apartment residents gather for a picture. (Far Bottom Right): Taking out time to keep up on campus events.

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In a move to place more students on campus, Housing has come up with a plan ...

By Heather Pope

Tenderich Towards the middle of the Fall semester, Tom Reynolds, Director of Housing, announced a new proposal to convert Tenderich apartments into a dormitory. This proposal wa s the result of a need for more sophomore and freshmen housing to sa tisfy the university's policy of "guaranteed housing." This conversion will take place this summer. The two bedroom four person apartments will become three bedroom six people rooms with a study/living area in what is now the kitchen space. Th e conversion will ease LMU through the housing crunch until the first phase of the Leavey Campus is completed in 1989. As expected, the current sophomores, juniors and even some graduating seniors did not like the plan and the loss of junior/senior housing that was implied. In response to this disappointment, Brian Girvin, Vice President of Resident Issues for RHA, put together a forum for students

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to discuss the issue and propose other ways of fighting the problem. Students came up with four main proposals to take the place of the conversion. The first idea was to decrease the number of freshmen and implement an across-the-board decrease in spending until Leavey Campus is completed. Another idea offered was to require sophomores to compete in the lottery for oncampus spaces. One sophomore suggested an increase in the number of study rooms in co njunction with placing three freshmen to a room. Students also viewed the alternative of converting the rest of Sullivan and Huesman into dorm space. These proposals were sent to Tom Reynolds and examined as to their applicableness and efficiency. Although these ideas weren' t the solution Housing was looking for, the staff was willing to work with a group of students to come up with a proposal that would benefit everyone.


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The committee was comprised of Reynold s, Girvin, and at least one person represe nting each class. Reynolds began the meeting with an explanation that the university was not growing, but that fewer transfers were applying and therefore, more freshmen mu st be admitted to stay on budget. If 100 or fewer students were admitted, the school's budget would decrease by close to one million dollars. Five ideas were developed to solve the hou si ng dilemna without reducing the number of junior/senior spaces on campus. First there will be fewer freshmen in the 1987 class than in this year's class. Second, apartments will be taken from sophomores and transfers, in order that junior/senior apartments will not be lost. Returning sophomores will be allowed space in dorms or off-campus apartments. The housing office will al so create incentives to get students to live in offcampus apartments that are university run. Tenderich will be converted with two shower stalls and modular furniture. The renovations will be creating a six person suite, similar to a quiet dorm. Sophomores will have first choice of the new units and may request cha nges to the planned renovations or furniture installation. The proposal was submitted to Fr. Loughran for hi s approval in November.

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LIVING IN STYLE }

The residents of Loyola's I lannon Apartments discovered the meaning of s tyling soon after moving in. Resident Advisors in Hannon organized a poolside party for all the inhabitants early in the year, providing an opportunity for them to meet and make friends with each other. As neighbors became ( riends, some of the hot spots to congregate turned out to be the Hannon Loft, the volleybal l cou rt, and the commons area around the Loft. Such facilitie s were enthusiastical ly taken advantage of by the sunbathers, the s tudybuddies, the volleyball fans, the ska teboard ( reaks, and the rad party crowd. Thursday Night Live shows at Hannon Loft with Danny Mora and associates provided an enter-

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taining break, jus t as the adjacent field often drew throngs of spectators for intramural games. Students did have to overcome a few problems. For example, the well-kept grounds made the apartment complex itself an aesthetically pleasing place to dwell; however, res idents soon learned that to in sure upkeep they had to deal wi th noisy sprinkler systems awakening them in the m idd le of the n ight. Vying for select parking s paces also proved a minor inconvenience of daily life. Hannon residents figured out through the appreciation o( their living quarters, their facilities, and thei r social life the true meaning of living in style.

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Residents of Hannon 46 goof off (above). Res ident Advisor Tracey Carillo relaxes after a long day (below). Katie Thorpe, Gina Amador, Laura Herrera, and Katie Sanregret pose at their first party of the year (bottom right).

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Top: Desmond r-1; Laura Sam son, Donna Morel, Karen Krier, M aureen Don ovan, HRA, Terrie O 'Connell, Laura Gomez, julianne Barry. Above Right: Tenderich r-1; Mich elle Leonard, Marie Crawford, HRA, Lisa M alzon e. Above: Rosecrans Back row; Steve Peters; m iddle row, 1-r; Larry Welch, Gary Goldm an, HRA; front row, 1-r; Chris Tu ell, Fr. Michael Moodie, DC, Scott Beck, Rob Nichol, M ark Richard, Fr. jim Erps, DC

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Above: Barcelona, 1-r; Mon ica Domaloan, Eri c H ase no e hrl, Tom Krause, M aria Alderete. Left: Loyola, 1-r; M ary Lahickey, Mark Lusnar, Suzann e Olaerts, Andy William s, HRA , Mary Carol Caron, M ike Riordan.

Top Left: M cKay, back row, 1r; Fr. Michael Engh, DC, Shari Younkin, Mary Menard, Alice Zayas, Patti Dugan, HRA; Front row, 1-r; Debbie Ford, Pedro Abascal, Teri McQuillan, Carmen jordan, Bryan Costello. Far Left: DohenySullivan, back row, 1-r; Rosemary A smus, Sue DeRuyter; Mi ddle row, 1-r; Gaile Ceisner, Deb Cooper, Lucy Aloisio; Front row, 1-r; Laura Taylor, HRA, Therese South 8<1te. Left: Whelan, standing, 1-r; Craig S umm er, Mik e Kiper, Ryan Mills, Larry Herz; Sitting, 1-r; Robert Seelig, HRA, Paul Klein, Kevin Brazelton .

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Top: RHA group picture- Top: Mary Beth Dykes, Felicia Beanum, Lisa Bronstein, Karen Trujillo, Ch ristine Multari, Lisa Reich, Rima Navickas, M iddle: Brian Girv in, Cindy Bell, Rene Gullo, Stephanie Willett, Shannon Boyer, Diana Rincon, David Millan. Front: Brett Nicoletti, Arne) Aq uino, Jason Park, Larcan Barnes, Don Whitehead, Larry Vanderway. Laura Dwyer, Karen Trujillo and Raychelle Dunn take time out fo r some fu n .

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R.H.A. Every year in all the resident halls students are bombarded with posters publicizing candidates for RHA. One might ask, "What is RHA?", but the question is not so much what it is, but what it does. Tom Paulos, assistant director of the Resident Halls Association said, "RHA represents the voice of the residents." It gives the residents a chance to be heard on social, educational, recreational and resident life issues." This is most definitely a vital asset considering that there are over 2000 students living on campus. This year alone, approximately 110 students from the apartments and dorms were voted into RHA offices. Not only does RHA provide a type of students government for residents but it also sponsors such activities as the orientation dance, halloween dance, valentine dance, the dating game and the battle of the apartments.

To1> right: Kim O'M ea ra, Raych ell e Dunn, l.lUra D wyer, Mi chell e Leo n .md Ly nett e Hurta a ll in the PMt y mood. Middl e rig ht: T h eresa Southga te, A lice Zayas and Kel ly Frey e njoying the H a llowee n Bash. Botto m right: Mr. Spock and f rie nds in vade th e H a llowee n Bash. Bottom left: Ka ren Trujillo, W illi am Sa lv ini , Dwig ht Steg ne r, Laura D wyer a nd Raychelle Dunn taking tim e out for a picture.

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Top: Strategic talk commences. Above: We did it! Right: Quick reflexes. Right : The 1986-87 Men's Volleyball team.

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Top right: Oops! The ball is going to hit the ground. Middle left: A hitting stance. Above middle: Reaching high for the spike. Far left: Is it ever going to come down? Left: We'll whack it to them!

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Stymied by their rival Pepperdi.ne, the 1986 Women's Volleyball team played hard in an effort to win. Head coach Nancy Forh1er said this year' s team was much sh路onger than last year, mainly because of their experience. The team consisted of two seniors, four juniors, four sophomores and two freshman. Their experience was evident in their performance on the court in their display of coordination technique and communication. Close friends off the court, "this team, this year, is the best team I've ever coached here, in all respects. We are just like a family," Fortner said.

Top: The Lions are up to block for the win in their second game against Pepperdine. Top Right: Leslie Wohlford intimidates opp onents with a powerful spike. Bottom: Their excitement is evident as they take a win against their toughest rival.

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The men's soccer team has had a grueling year of fierce competition. The players were young, but the team was detennined and enthusiastic about the returning players and new recnrits. Under new coach Roger Langner, the soccer team practiced daily and developed a strong sense of unity, as well as a positive attitude toward competition. This season has been a "building year" for the team, and despite player setbacks and organizational skills, the men's spirit helped them to enjoy this season and look toward the future with much optimism.

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Cluis Bravata fights for the ball (below) Mike Gaumer uses a bicycle kick to clear the ball out of defense (bottom) Men's soccer team, top row: Judd Bogust, Travis Schweizer, Chris Cowell, Scott Hendricks, Brian Bettwy, Quinn O'Donnell, Kevin Lane, Larry Welch, Kieran Barrett, Dave Default, Mike Shockley, Chris Bravata, Billy Hughes, Mike Gaumer, Coach Roger Langner; bottom row: Jolu1 Kestler, Tim Hale, Bruce Schumikowski, Kester Kyrie, John Mazzerella, Chris Braun, Steve Burke, Terry Ellis 50 men's soccer


Tim Hale works on offense (below) Bruce Schumikowski and Steve Burke challenge the opposing player (right)

Kevin Lane heads the ball (above) Tim Hale and Mike Gaumer discuss plays with Coach Roger Langner (far right) Dave Default prepares for a comer kick (right)

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Great Expectations Sophomore holeman Doug Pitts described water polo as "a combi nation of hockey, soccer and basketball .. the kind of sport wher you can sit on the sidelines and be totally bewildered." Nevertheless enthusiasm for the sport intensified as the team unproved wit several new players, a new coach and the expectation of finishing i the top 3 of the post season National Invitational Tournament. The arrival of five experienced freshmen and one transfer comple mented a starting lineup which, accordmg to co-captain Andy Carri gan, had "a good mixture of playjng personalities." Returning co (aptain David Urich noted that the group came together as a tea more than I've seen in the four years I've been here." Though the fourteen member team was smaller than the previou years, it's speed and maneuver.ability more than compensated for it lack of size. In addition, first-year. coach Jim McMillan worked o the team's defense. Placing in the top two in early season tournaments, the team wa on its way to a winning season. Looking further ahea<l sophomor driver Mario Muxo observed, '-'Every year the-team gets stronger an stronger. Ther~ are a lot of high hopes for the team in future years.'


(above): At an intense point in the game, flat Bob Carollo takes a shot. (top, left): Giving advice at half-time, coach Jim McMillan meets with the team. (top, right): Keeping the ball in control, flat Don Haughton passes down to a wing.

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Golf team swings into the lead Coach Fr. Tom Higgins, 5.}. is at it again. He's now in his eighteenth year of coaching the golf team. Fr. Higgins really enjoys coaching and boasts that nobody has been coaching longer. Fr. Higgins is extremely proud of his handsome young team which started off the year with a bang. The team journeyed back east where it played at Yale and New Haven. They brought honor to the LMU name by beating twelve teams. In addition to their excursions back east they played at Lake Tahoe, Las Vegas, Reno, and many others. The team dedicated a great deal of time to practicing at the Rolling Hills Cow1ty Club. They really showed how well the practice paid off on their home course at the Los Angeles Country Club. The combination of the returning members and the new members led this talented LMU team to a ¡winning season.

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Golf Top: Coach Fr. Higgins. Above Left: Nick Chen, Bill Donovan, Chris Schnieders, Mike Stiefel. Above Right: Mike Stiefel, Bill Donovan, Chris Schnieders. Far Right: Jeff Biggam. Right: Mike Stiefel.

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Women's Swim Team Races Ahead

The 1986-87 LMU swim team has changed for the better. Traditionally, the water polo coach doubles as the swim coach. This year, however, senior Andy Carrigan took the post. His assistant coach is senior Jim Hurley. Both are members of the water polo team. Sophomore Susan Floor said the swim team is "really good because you don't have to be experienced but you can still try. It's great for the people who are on it because we don't have to worry about making the school look great. We can do our best and have fun!"

Starting in early October, 5 returning and 10 new members began practicing: Coach Hurley looked forward to a good season because there were "good, strong freshmen on the team." Many of the freshmen were active on their high school swim teams. Jennifer Collins was an All-American swimmer.

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The 1986-87 tennis team. Left: Denise Delgado, Jori Stiner, Elizabeth Mee, Tina Amstutz, Andrea Denish, Donde McCament, Kris Niles, Kris Anderson, Lori Buchanan, Debbie Disbro, Coach Jamie Sanchez. Right: Paul Marini, Rick Buchta, Tom Sampson, Scott Brown, Tom McFerson, Chris Ullman, Randy Ruegger. Missing: Cristi Gonzalez, Mike O'Brien, Jayvee Regala.

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The 1986-87 Tennis teams performed well this season, both under the direction of coach Jamie Sanchez. Mr. Sanchez has headed the men's team for the last 13 years and the women's team since it's start in 1975. Under his direction both teams have consistently done well. Both teams are in the West Coast Athletic Conference, but compete in different divisions. The men's team has always been in division I, the highest division in the conference, while the women's team started as an independent team, meaning they weren't part of any conference, and have moved all the way up to Division II in the W.C.A.C. During this climb, the women's team has reached the National playoffs three times, and has taken the Regional finals. This years Men's team was composed mostly of experienced players, with seven returning players and two new members. The men's team was led by team captain Chris Ullman, who last year made it to the semi-finals of the Individual Finals only to be beaten by number one ranked Pepperdine's number one ranked player. This years Women's team was also mostly composed of experienced players. All of last years team came back and were joined by several new players. The Women's team was headed by Kristy Niles, who has been a top ranked player in Califomia for a number of years. Both the Men's and Women's teams practiced together. Although their season didn't start until January, they began practice early in the fall term with mandatory practice of drills two days a week, with optional practice the other three, and optional tournaments on the weekends. However, during the spring term, practice is mandatory five days a week with an emphasis on match playing.

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This year's cross country team consisted of talented, enthusiastic men and women who were ready to work. Under returning coach Ted Cotti, the team ran many strenuous races and successfully placed against such schools as UCLA, Chapman, Westmont, and the Universi路 ty of San Diego. The athletes ran seven days a week and had meets almost every weekend. Although head players Jackie Lineham and Conrad Winter had to spend time apart from the team, their fellow teammates triumphantly reached League Regionals and Finals in November. The cross country team's hard work has obviously paid off, and the team holds a very promising fu路 ture.


Women's Soccer

Over the years soccer has grown to be a very popular sport, especially among women. The women of Loyola Marymow1t are no exception. The women's Soccer team is a dub rather than an intercollegiate team. Coached by Mr. Gabriel Aparicio, the Women's Soccer Team is rated number one in the Southern California Collegiate playing such schools as Biola, UCLA, Fresno, San Diego State, and USC. Aparicio comments, "I've been working with a great group of girls. They practice for six days a week and are willing to work hard to win." The LMU Women's Soccer team has indeed worked hard and can only go in one direction-to the top.

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PEP SQUAD

1986-87 Squap: Back Row, 1-r; Franca Dell Olio, Bryan Gayer, julie Golden, Stephanie Schwab, Lion, Amie Losi, Karen Polkinghorne, Andy Sison, jill Fritzenkotter. Front Row, 1-r; Christi Franscan, Tammy johnson, Laura Poloni, Raychelle Dunn, Gabriella Sanchez.

In the past, the LMU Pep Squad consisted of 4 cheerleaders. This year, however, there are three squads: 6 songleaders, 6 cheerleaders, 2 yell leaders and the Lion. Instead of one head squad member, there is a head song leader, Gabriella Sanchez; a head cheer leader, Karen Polkinghorne; and a head yell leader,

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Andy Sison. Three times and six hours a week, the members practice, practice, practice. Their main objective is to support all the teams, not just basketball-to continue the spirit and motivation the student body is building.


IT'S NOT ENUFF TO BE BUFF "It's never enough if you want to be buff!" That is the attitude students have when they work out in the LMU weightroom. With today's growing concern for fitness, the weightroom is now more popular than ever. Students begin working out as soon as the doors open at 9 am, and the room continues to get packed in the afternoons until it closes at 9 pm. The women's crew team has the entire weightroom to themselves in the early morning, and from 1 - 3 pm, the room is only open for other team players. With the support of the students, many plans to improve the weightroom have followed through. To begin with, the room has been relocated from the rear of the Alumni gym to the front. This provided more room for new equipment. The amount of weightlifting equipment has almost doubled this year, after used equipment was bought from Nautilus Fitness Center in Manhattan Beach. The equipment was bought for a very good price, and is in excellent condition. Plans to improve the condition of the weightroom still continue: more new equipment is expected and there are plans to decorate the room with a mural of a lion's head 011 the newly pain ted walls. Other projects for the future include a new stereo system, more mirrors, new carpeting, and, due to the fact that the increase of equipment has crowded the weightroom space, a larger weightroom area is needed. Many optional places are being looked into. Meanwhile, students continue to crowd the weightroom, especially on Fridays between 4 and 5 pm. Other popular times include after lunch and after dinner on weeknights. The hours in which the weightroom is open has been extended this year due to its popularity. Unlike last year, the room is also open on weekends. Students who choose to work out in the weightroom are concerned with just thatworking. The atmosphere is quiet and friendly, an easy play to concentrate. The students that train in the weightroom are responsible and very helpful. Brian Quinn, LMU athletic director, says, "The kids are terrific! There's a great amount of cooperation and they all use the equipment responsibly." This kind of attitude, along with the student's enthusiasm, has helped to popularize the weightroom and will continue to do so in the future.

Gathers and Kimball Two basketball players from USC, Hank Gathers and Bo Kimball, transferred to Loyola Marymount due to disagreements with the USC program and the manner of coaching. Paul Westhead's coaching appealed to them, as did the size of the program, and even the size of classes. The two are inseparable. They wanted to stay in California, and they did. Gathers and Kimbal would like to help make LMU a top-notch basketball school. The clincher to their situation is that they are unable to play for one year. They find it quite difficult- in that they still practice hard. Sometimes they feel that they are working and studying for nothing.

$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ There was a notion for students to pay a fee to see home games. However, it was knocked down. Faculty wouldn't have had to pay the fee; Ron Hodges, ASLMU president, made a great point. Supposedly the tuition was increased so that students would not have to pay all those subsidiary fees. So, Hodges saved every student approximately $20. Put that money towards your next semester's books.

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Baseball LMU's baseball team successfully began this year!s season ranked lOth in the nation. The team's members practice six days a week under coach Dave Snow, as well as condition on their own. Their hard work has paid off in games against Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, Cal State LA, and especially our victories over UCLA, who was ranked second in the nation. The closeness of the team members provides a warm atmosphere for tough work, and player Enoch Simmons says, 11Although we do work long hours, we have fun."

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Below: Michelle Bettencourt makes the basket. Below left: Sylvia Bauer throws to the side, trying to divert her opponent. Bottom left: Chris Hageman tries for the long shot.

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Back: Rebecca Smisson, Sylvia Bauer, Jenifer Horan, Cathy McNamee, Noell Manfre. Front: Kim Koch, Amy Atkinson, Michelle Bettencourt, Chris Hageman, Regan O 'Hara, Chris Connolly. Not Pictured: Stephanie Fleishaker. Coaches: Todd Corman, Cynthia Atencio, and Ida Somero-Brown.


Above: Cathy McNamee leads the Lions down the court. Far left: Cathy gets the shot. Left: Huddle, girls. Below left: Chris Connolly struggles to located the hoop. Below: Sylvia Bauer contemplates h er next move.

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After an undefeated season last year, the men's crew team continues to show their dedication to their sport. Both Varsity Coach Russ Schatz and Novice Coach Charlie Hughes lead the team daily in practices both in the early, early morning and the late afternoon. The team also works on their own by running three days a week and lifting weights two days a week. The 27 members of the novice team and the varsity's 18 members have all become a close family of friends who are entirely devoted to rowing. The athletes are young, and they are still improving with such tough competition as UCLA, USC, San Diego State, and UC Irvine. Dan Stamps says that " the people who do it, love it - you have to experience it - the dedication. It's much more than a sport. It's a way of life."

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The Novice Crew started out with over 100 young women ready to tackle the open sea. After first semester, that number was reduced to 32 active and fit survivors. "Crew is a lot of hard work and very demanding, but it's a neat experience," says Nancy Cauzza. "Neat in that everyone starts out at the same level." At 6 a.m. five days a week, these novice and varsity women come to train on land and sea rowing, running hills, sand dunes and weightlifting. Their racing season began in March.

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Left: Enoch Simmons leaps past his opponents. Below left: Duck and run. Below: Mark Armstrong has an easy basket.

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Seniors

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Section Editor: Laura Herrera

Little M aggie grew up overnight. Her mother and father never figured out how and why, but they didn't mind bypassing teenage rebellion. Maggie is beautiful. She did okay in college, as far as academics. She was in some obscure service organization, wrote a couple of halfhour sitcom s, crocheted a couple of afghans, partied hardy every Friday night and didn't save a penny. She graduated las t M ay and was very pleased . She now works as a secretary at a computer firm and lives in a decent apartment two miles away. She is s till gorgeous and has her nails done every week. Her plans for the future? She confesses she has no clue. The moral of this story: Please, please, please find out what you want to do and reach for your dreams. This country was s tarted with big dreams, no money, and hard work. You are not restricted in what you ca n do. Just do it!

Opposite page: We did it, M om and Dad!! Above: Graduation is a major accomplishment. Right: It is also a time to fool aroun d and let loose tension and anxiety cooped up for a year.

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Activities

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Section Editor Lori Aplanalp

"Never a dull moment" could be an easy way to term it. A student could stay in their room and study all the time, but that's a little bit lonely. Be cultural and go to the ballet. Why not watch Monday Night Football with the guys? Play on a couple of Intramural teams. Participate in the Rec Center's Coca-Cola Tournament. Pretend you're an actor. Or, I've got it! What about sleeping in Shantytown - to protest apartheid and watch the sun rise in the morning? Hey, did you go to the Fall Formal? Hopefully you dressed up for Halloween and went somewhere. Were you an 0-leader? Are you in a service organization? Do you at least know one person when you walk along Alumni Mall? Half the fun of this campus is meeting people. Keeping your body "active." I repeat. "Active" is the key word. I would like to take thi s opportunity to stress "activity" because once you leave LMU , no one will force you to exercise. just think of your 20 year reunion. Do you want to be out of shape?

Opposite page: Students from Loyola Marymount U., Santa Clara, and Gonzaga U., in Durham England for the Summer Study Abroad program. This page above: Don Russell and clowns at the Special Games. Top right: Students take a break from dancing at the ASLMU Fall Formal.

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A Frosh Again Discovering that you are a freshman again is a degrading experience for anyone. You are the bottom of the heap, no longer of the high school status that took four years to build. You find yourself left by your parents out in the cruel world of college to fend for yourself on Orientation Day. This vulnerability leaves ways for many fears, expectations, and those dreaded freshman embarrassing moments-the ones where you make a total fool of yourself and know that everyone else knows that you couldn' t be anything but a freshman. " I remember reading an article about a girl who was assigned to a roommate that was a total opposite of her. While this girl unpacked her stuffed animals apprehensively, her new roommate unpacked her chains and other strange things," said one freshman. "I didn't think I would ever actually get a roommate like the one described, but that fear came true." Other freshman worried that they would receive roommates who were mean, inconsiderate, or ones who wanted to have wild parties all the time. The fear of incompatability with the roommate they were assigned to seemed to be the biggest fear among freshmen. But in most cases, it was one that was short-lived. Another

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freshman who awaited housing stated, " My greatest fear arose when I found out that I would be living in Hannon Apartments for the first few weeks. I knew that they housed predominately seniors, so I was always awaiting a lynching." Fear of not making friends was another point of anxiety, but it did not last long in the friendly atmos phere. As Orientation continued these fears made way for other fears such as not being able to get the right classes or achieve good grades. Before registering, strangers walked by telling you that you had no hope of getting anything but eight o'clock classes. There, of course, were other life-threatening fears, such as falling out an open window of one of the dorms while embarking on the next to impossible task of closing it. Freshmen found that with their new freedom also came the opportunity to make complete idiots of themselves. "On the first day, as 0 leaders helped us unpack, I realized that one of the boxes that I had grabbed from the supermarket to pack in was a Playtex box," said a freshman of McKay Dorms. Another embarrassing moment came on one of the first days of her classes. This freshman recalls running to

by Lorena Vining one of her classes, which she was late for, of course, only to find a room full of graduate students staring at her when she opened the door. Among all embarrassing moments of freshmen, there must be at least one bathroom terror story. It's bad enough for a girl to share a bathroom with forty other girls, but when a guy starts to invade this domain, it can get a little sticky. This girl was in the bathroom when she heard a male voice outside ask, "Is this a bathroom? Can I use it," " Oh sure," replied a gleeful voice with no idea of the dread she had caused within the confines of these short bathroom stalls. This particular male, who happened to be quite tall, noted this unfortunate girl. Although she was able to escape, it is a bathroom experience she will not forget. Aside from the notion that a hundred members of the opposite sex would be beating down the door, most freshmen came to Loyola M arymount with the expectations of making new friends and learning more than they thought possible. (The opportunity to party was also in the back of some of their minds). Many people looked forward to a chance to make a new start. Whatever their expectations, the freshmen seem to be living up to them.


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The LMU Special Games is a student run Olympic style organization. It serves both the physically and mentally handicapped. The Games create a spirit of love and fellowship that is o ften hard to capture in any other event. The / 986-87 school year marks the Tenth Anniversary and the success of a small group of students who came together to help a community of people that arc often over-looked. March 28 marks "Celebrate '8 7!'' and ten years of excellence.

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Left, The 1986-87 Special Games staff (1-r): Sha wna L. P:wtsch. .'vfarie S tapleford, A nnie S chmitz, Michelle Rock. Kathy Stowell. Kim Simon, Nicole Gr;~ lwm. Chris Choppin. Not pictured: K:llhy von Massenhausen. John / Icier. Do n S t einer, S:~bra McKenzie, and moderator Gcnny Cruze.

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Fall Formal The 1986 LMV Formal proved to be one of the most enjoyable events of the year. The Radisson Playa Hotel and Golf course in Manhatten Beach was the scene as 500 students danced to the latest videos from a video disc jockey. This was the first seJJ-out formal in years, with many Loyola students taking advantage of the festive attitude and close locale that this formal offered.

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Opposite page clockwise from top: Mike and Cathy are enjoying a romantic evening. Billy and date are having a great time. Nellie and date take a break from dancing. Laura Po/oni and Tim Condon enjoying "An evening in Manhattan". A hot looking group.

This page, clockwise from top: Alan proving he really docs have a bid. A nice looking couple. The fearsome foursome take a breather.

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Del ReyPlayers The I 986- I 987 season opens a new chapter in Del Rcy Players history. It marks the 56th season of D.R .P. productions and a return to a format of student run theatre productions. Mr. Paul Kaufman D.R.P. moderator and director for ele ven years retired from the position, gi ving Dr. John Reilly the reins of D.R.P. moderation. The D.R.P. gratefully and sincerely appreciates all of the time, effort, and de votion that Mr. Kaufman put into the organiza tion. The first production of the year was Deathtrap by Ira Levin. Deathtrap was a smashing success receiving rave reviews all around. The second and third shows of the D. R. P. 56th season arc Nuts, and Who's on First, both to open in I 987 Spring semester. The talent and determination of the organization promises a long chain of successful seasons to come.

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CAST Sidnay Bru hl .............................. Brian Sailers Myra Bruhl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sammie Pra tt Clifford Anderson . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Greg Mart7 Helga te n Dorp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Carol Coggin ... ........ . ... .... . J oe Bielli ng Porter Milgri m Del Rey Players Board of Directors

Pre~ident . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . Eric W inschel Secreta ry / T reas urer ........................ J aninc Clark House Ma nager ....................... Mary Schneberger Technical Director ...................... Robert MacCa ul Prod uction Coord inator . . . . .... . ....... . .. Eric Magallon Publicist ................... . ............ Bob Koskovich Socia l Director .................... Consta nce C hacopulos Faculty Advisor ................ . ........ Dr. J ohn Reill y

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Controversial and Informative Los Angeles Loyolan

An Interview with Patrick O 'Hannigan What's it like being the editor of a newspaper? just ask Patrick O 'Hannigan, editor of the Loyolan. After two years with the paper, Patrick has stepped into the shoes of editor. "It can be very frustrating," he admits, "but it is enjoyable." Because the paper takes about twenty-five hours a week to prepare, Patrick has no choice but to set homework aside in order to make the deadlines. H e feels that no matter how good or bad each issue may be, it will be read and have an impact. The editorial section is meant to have the mos t impact. All editorials are meant to hit hard with a sense of humor that is fair and accurate. One definite subject for an editorial is any administrative decision made without s tudent input. This year Patrick planned a few changes in order to improve the quality of the paper. His goals were to improve photography, provide consistant writing and win Organization of the Year to raise the paper's credibility. During his free time, Patrick likes to play the harmonica and work with Campus Mini stry. H e also takes a dance class which helps relieve the pressure of deadlines. Since last yea r Patrick has been working on a novel which he believes will be his only one or one of few, because he p refers writing fact to fict ion. After graduation Patrick hopes to work for the N ational Park Service writing newsletters and press releases.

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Left: Rachel Shelton and Angie Redelsperger piece together the weekly paper. Bottom Left: The phone rings and Meg Sanregret is polite and helpful: "Los Angeles Loyolan, May I help you?" Below: Jane Pflaum ponders the campus question layout, with Patrick O'Hannigan offering sound advice.

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Behind the door of Malone 302 a myriad of students can be found. They come from a variety of hometo wns, they pursue many different majors. The ir commo n bond is KXLU, LMU's student-managed FM station.

M anager of both the AM a nd FM formats for the past two years. "We are the o nl y station in Los Angeles tha t offers s tuden ts the opportunity to run the rad io s tation from a ll aspects production, eng ineering, management."

The sounds that go out over KXLU's airwaves are as different and varied as the s tudents themselves. KXLU offers its Los Angeles listening audience a selection of music that includes weekends of salsa, evenings of classical concerts, late nights of jazz and s pecialty shows and, its mainstay, alternative rock ' n' roll.

Still, the actual operation of KXLU remains a mystery to many s tudents a t LMU.

"The majori t y of s tudents don' t know we exi st ... they just think weird-looking people walk up to the th ird floor of Ma lone," said Kim Ko uri, senior, who is the FM Program Director for 1986-87. " KXLU is the synthesis of a lot of different ethnic groups on campus . . . Chicano, black, Brazilia ns." A total of more than 150 s tudents take part in the prog ramming of the FM s tation as well as the campusonly broadcasting of KLM U-A M. " We are the larges t, oldest organization on campus,'' said Mark M orris, a senior who has served as General

(Opposite page)- right: j oey Latino. (Opposite page)- bottom: Tricia Pistay. Below: Kim Kouri, FM Program Director. Bottom left: Brother M att fixes the tape. Bottom right: Laurel Schnieder searches for her favorite album.

"They don't realize it's as big as it is and that it's on their campus," said Kouri. "The people here only associate the tree people with KXLU ... and most of them (under the t ree outside the Lair) arc from the station. " If you look aro und at the students on campus, the ones that have a ll black clothes on are always from KXLU," s he said. That's the garb of many followers of alternative rock ' n' roll, the s tation's larges t format. The student staff keeps the station running 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. It offers students the experience of doing o n-air shows, writing and reporting for news a nd public affairs programs a nd t he chance to say "I work at KXLU," a statement that carries a lot of weight in the world of alternative mus ic.

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SPECIAL TV SHOWS · Late Night Programs · Alien Air Music: Pat Murphy tunes into electronic music. Bluez Shift: Brother Matt brings blues-based music. Brain Cookies: Splat [, Maria [, everything from cubism to lobal dematomas. Demolisten: Agent Ava airs demos and test pressings from far and near. Drumbeats and Dread: Critta and Chris with a mix of African and Reggae music. Final Countdown: Adam Bomb [, the world of power· metal [, hardcore thrash. Funk Show: Vashir and guests w ith sounds from the 70's and 80's. Happy Trails: Erin[, Colin[, the sounds of America-country [, western. Nite Words: Poets and musicians verbalize and sermonize. Stray Pop: Stella's disarray of music and talk. Surf Wave: Jim Dunfrund spins the sounds of the sur f. Front row: Kim Kouri. Becky Anchella. Rick McNulty. Karen Carrera. Edmee Roche. Mimi Fuch, Jul ie Radoux. Ted Carroll. Sandra Riuardi. Dorothy Stefanski. Michele Carnes. J.J. Simons, Mark Morris. Bill Lakoll. Mark T homa son. Flora Cullison. Darian Strain. Back row: Brian Foxworlhy. Rob Robinson. Michael Ray. David Uskovich. Trlcla Pislay. Michael Bergman. Robert Eisenhamer. Hassan A i amdarl. Robert Schwertfeger. Robin Anderson. Nick Rivera. Steve Luis. Scoll Palmer. Suzanne de Orandis.

Directors and Staff: General Manager ...... . .... . .. . .... Mark Morris FM Programs . ... ...... • .. . . . . . ..... Kim Kouri Progressive ...... . .. . ... • ..... Michael Bergman Classical/ Fine Arts .... • . . ...... ... . Eva Gampel Jazz ......... . ................. Michael Smith Alma del Barrio ............... Christine Romero News ........ .. .. . ....... M. CarnesfK. Carrera Public Affairs ................... Matt Fitzgerald Sports ..... . .. .. . • ... . .. . . .. . . Mark Thomason Specia l Projects . ............... Carmen Rosado Club and Concert ... . .... . .. Kovacs Palubinskas Production . ....... . ..... T. McGuiness / R. Rioux Traffi c ........ ... ..... . ....... Sandra Rizzardi Promotion . .. ... . .. . . .. . .... . .. Robin Anderson Dev elopment ...........•.......... Tim Sweeny Chief Engineer ....... • . ..... . . ... . Robe rt Reite Advi sor .... . ... .. • .. . .... J udy Puckett·Borunda

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Crammed in a corner office we all bump elbows orange grease pencil marks on hands and chin; We freeze.

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Below: Mary Menard patiently sits outside trying to sell baked goods. Below right: Yearbook's only secretary, Leticia Vittorino, types her life away. Missing staff members on these two pages: Nicole Diamond, Ken Egerstrom, Laura Heath, Madison Laird, Cullen Lee, Marlena Martin, Kirk Ogawa, Maria Ojeda, Graham Pask, Diana Rincon, Kathy Sena, Araceli Espinosa. Okay guys, we did it!! I'm leaving and who will take over? Oh, God! Please, someone be editor. I wouldn't want yearbook to fall into nothingness. Lori?????????? Good luck, yearbook.

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Below: Hannon Loft staff. Front: Matt Kaminski, Michael Arakawa, Tracey Haxala, Frankie Zava la, Don Steiner, Renee Butrick. Back: Kester Kyrie, Paul Kahn, john Ireland, Lisa Bergstrom, Ralph Ramirez.

Top Left: Comedian Mark Fenski: "Hey! What do you wan t for my life?" Above Left: Some spooky, wacky, Tarzan-ish students at the Halloween bash. Above middle: "You should never ... "says Timothy Rose, comedian. Left: A jampacked crowd every Thursday night to hear those weird guys tell their great jokes . . . Above: LMU's own Paul Kahn.


Student Workers They drive conspicuous ora nge carts, mow ever-expa nding lawns, and distribute mail. N eed a n ew desk o r matt ress? They'll bring it to you. Headed by Mike Slavin a nd Curtis j ohnson, twe nt y-four stude nt wo rkers will do their best to help, without expecting an ything in return. They're a ve ry close group of individuals. They do wha tever needs to be done. In short, they provide outsta nding service to the uni versity.

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St. Roberts Auditorium

St. Robert's Auditorium Staff

St. Roberts Auditorium, connected to St. Roberts Hall, is managed by Diane Hauerwaas under the Student Manager Program. It is capable of holding 400 people in lecture style. It is also equipped with a full sized movie screen and 16 mm projectors and stereo system. Events that are held in the auditorium include the Clayton Barbeau Lecture, Fraternity/Sorority Rush parties, Blood drives and California Women in Higher Education functions. These events are supervised and approved by Joanie Conley, Assistant Dean of Student Affairs.

Bird Nest Right: Bird Nest Staff- Back Row: Scott Hendrix, Kevin Colwell, Reina Diaz, Johnny Saal, Jim Butcher, Tom Wilcox, Middle Row: Matt Loos, Jan Welke, Sandy Mittereder, Dave Semmer, Julie Golden, Anabel Murcia First Row: Alicia Blanco, Suzanne Alexander, Janel Nowinski, Jamie Nowinski, Ann Larwood Not Pictured: Ann Augustyn

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Student Activities You might walk by the door etched in Alumni Gym, with the yellow and orange lettering, boldly stating the office name. But, if you know anything of this campus, you know Student Activities. They publish the daily Intercom, approve flyers, and make sure all academic and non-academic clubs are registered through the office in order to reserve Hannon Loft, Bird Nest, St. Robert's Auditorium, and the Rec Center. joanie Conley, Assistant Dean for Studen t Activities, with M ichelle Cirone and Belle Havill, keep a tight ship to make sure everything runs smoothly.

Left: Directors of Student Activities- Michelle Cirone, joanie Conley, and Belle Havill

Student Program Staff Student Program Staff: Left to Right- Tom Wyatt, Troy Abordo (Manager), Hayden Jack, Molly Kriteh man (Assistant Manager), Lorena Corral, Kekoa Young, Keiran Barrett In conjunction with Student Activities, any work study member can participate in the setting up and taking down of tables and chairs for various functions and activities held on campus.

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McKay Lounge Managed by Tammy Front: Bonnie Johnson and her assistant Thomps on, Ros ie manager Bonnie Thomp- Panzerello , Pat son, McKay Lounge was Andry, David Salopen every night from 8-12 chak, Tammy Johnwith a scrumptious snack bar for the studious. Every son, Sabrina KeTuesday and Thursday, veney. Back: Susan aerobics was held there. Morgan, Laura PoOn Wednesday evenings, loni, Christa Forster, it was the site of the weekly Jeff O lsen. dorm mass.

In a tiny niche of Alumni M emorial Gym, Direct Route rents sports equipment (footballs, soccer balls, nets, volleyballs etc), camping equipment (sleeping bags, canteens, etc), and VCR's. They spon sored a $199.00 ski trip to Utah over Thanksgiving; planned trips to Palm Springs and Mexico. Deirdre Barnes, Assistant Manager of Trips, headed up this service. Managed by Karl Altergott, Direct Route supplied the campus with those necessities for a great time, especially when needed.

Curt Yonezawa, Karl Altergott, Andrea Denish, Moira Quinn, Jon Ekoniak, Ralph Consola, Danielle Curran, Lori Buchanan.

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Clockwise from left: Lorena Corra l, Desiree H ernandez, Shelby Sweetmon, Valarie Rogers, Angela Heller, Philida W eaver, Lisa Beal, Kathy Dean .

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University Pool When the weather is warm and you don't want to start that term paper that's due next week, head on over to the University Pool where there's plenty of space and plenty of water. It was opened 64 hours a week for your convenience. And the dedicated staff has a lot to do with it: Kathy Day, Mike Beck, Alicia King, Chris Beck, Eric Fitch, Chelito Galvin, Mike Leonard, Pam Newharth, Bonnie Phelan, Noreen Phelan, Susie Thorpe, Gillan Gaggero, Terry Day and Christene Multari.

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The Rec Center Sitting: Francie Calfo, Jodi D'Andrea Front: Paul Hunter, Mo nique Morano, Tom Schiada, Anne Ashby, Derek Beebe. Back: Linda Basse, John Anter, April Lackey, Steve Gomez, Bil l Savi n, Rob Dolan, Mari Carras N ot Pictured: M arty Casares

Looking for the favorite student hangout? The Rec Center was the place to be! Students came to play their favorite videos, play pool, ping pong, watch " Days of Our Lives" and grab some munchies. The Big Screen T.V. attracted the Monday Night Football crowd and featured Wednesday night movies. The staff also sponsored dances and parties.

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j udy Polito: "LMU is expanding and growing from new buildings to an increased enrollment of students." juan Mejia: The Student Senate was established to create a viable student network that necessitates greater student involvement and maximizes the development and u tilization of student resources."

Judy Polito, V.P. of Finance; Tracy Marti nez, V.P. of A.P.C.; Ron Hodges, President; Loretta Priolo, V.~. of Studen t Affairs; Juan M ejia, V.P. and Chairman of Studen t Sena te; M argaret O ' Malley, V.P. of Student Serv1ces.

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Loretta Priolo: " I work w ith all the clubs and fa cilities on campus."

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Ron Hodges is a man of action, of words and deeds. He plans to go to law school somewhere in California and he finds it hard to relax. 40路45 hours a week, he is the mediator between students and administration, 路 the ASLMU president. His primary goal during his presidency was that "students no longer blindly accept things. My responsibility hasn't changed. Students should have their voices heard. They have no one to blame if their voices aren't heard. There are so many opportuni路 ties." Hodges was the first president in six years not to have previously been on the Executive Board. He actively participated, however, on the Board of Trustees for Student Life last year. His main gripe: "Why aren't things being done about this?" With the realization of his responsibilities. though, Hodges tended to oversimply problems. "It was very frustrating. Problems are a lot more complicated than they appear. The interaction has been positive, though, between government and administration. Any complaints have been taken care of quickly." There isn't much time for relaxation in his busy schedule. He has "releases"-rugby (second semester) and the Sigma Pi Fraternity. "It's hard." he commented, "to set yourself aside from the stress of the job. "When I look in the mirror, I see a lot of contradictions. Somedays I'm ambitious, lazy, intelligent , logical. Sometimes !like what I see and sometimes I don't. There is the person I'd like to see, but no guarantee that is the person I'll see. I still need to experience who I am. Twenty years from now, when my kids ask me what I did in college, I' ll tell them I was elected Student Body President. that I gave my best effort and still had fun doing it. The work hard, play hard philosophy."


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ASLMU Officers Ron Hodges, President Judy Polito, V.P. of Finance Margaret O'M alley, V.P. of Student Services Loretta Priolo, V.P. of Student Affairs Juan Mejia, V.P. & Chairman Studen t Senate T racey Martinez, V.P. o f A.P.C. Chris Nobriga, Secretary of Finance Carol Flores, Director of Int ernal Affairs A.P.C. Tracey M artinez Don Russoii·Formals Tom Dumenjlch·Movles Elaine Ver Hulst·Conce rts & Social s John Simon Forum s/Speakers Rob Boltano·Homocomlng Ge rard Poroz·Publlc Relations Lisa Bronsteln·Forums/ Speakers St udent Senat e

Gerard Perez, Elaine VerHulst, Don Russell, Tracey Martinez, Rob Boitano, Lisa Bron stein, Tom Dumenjich.

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Juan M ejia Kevin Brazelton Th om Brennan To m Delany, Speaker Anne M arie Downs T roy Edwards Renee Gullo Joel Holler Suo Koverlan Melany Nunez Angle Perez Javier Pe rez Lisa Piumottl Holly St auts Chris Tayl or Armand T hurst on Kelly Tobin, Clerk

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Left: Jo Korson pounds out another tough program.

Financial Aid From time to time, we forget how important certain offices in this university are to us. The Financial Aid office is precisely one of those offices. Without it, 60% of Loyola Marymount's student body would not be attending. Located in St. Robert's, 233, and under the jurisdiction of the University's Academic Vice-President and the direction of Donna Palmer, the fi-

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nancial aid office handles all financial aid contracts, state, federal, and university grants and loans, not to mention all university scholarships. Even though the office has 8 full-time employees and many work-study students - it still has a full load of work on its shoulders. As one employee stated," All I can say is that we work very hard."


Housing Office This year, the Housing Office had an overflow of freshmen who were to placed in campus dorms. Two freshmen were placed in each dorm while about SO were sent to apartments off campus and SO more put in the Amfac Hotel. The cost for putting the freshman in the hotel was around 2S to 30 thousand dollars. The office overbooks the campus' housing because of the last minute cancellations by incoming freshmen. Right now, there is about 1?30 students living in campus housing with 300 living in the off-campus housing. If you have ever wondered what is going to become of Leavey Campus, well, the land is under consideration for construction with housing being the top priority. The expected number of those who would be able to be housed on Leavey Campus is estimated at 1200 students. All other information about this mysterious plot of land is unknown .

McKay Housing, Top row: j oseph Brauch, Candido Cano, Margurite Roade (manager), Angel Flores, Bottom row: Frankie Henderson, Irma Wagner, Alicia Aguirre, Delia Verduzco, Margaret Williams, Florence Stewart

E.P.I.C. Educational Participation in Communities (E.P.I.C.) is a program which develops opportunities for LMU student volunteers to gain real - life work experiences outside the classroom, to explore career goals, to test classroom theory, to develop on-thejob skills, and to assist in community problem solving. E.P.l.C. helps ease the transition from college to the job situation. Students have the unique opportunity to work with qualified professionals, increase their social awareness, establish contracts with prospecti ve employers, and confirm their career choices.

Areas of Placement Education Special Education Business/Law Creative Arts Social Services Lay Ministry Medical/Dental Special Games E.P. I.C. Staff: Elkie Calcetas, Angie Botthoye, Katie Sanregret, Patricia Morena, Lori Howard, Ray Rosas, Arthur jim, Karina Cerda, Francis Hobson, Janna Rovsek

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Referral Center To the many who live on campus, the Referral Center may sound like an unfamiliar place. Otherwise known as Commuter Services, the Referral Center serves the commuters in any way possible. It maintains the Commuter Lounge, located in the Malone Student Center, which serves as a place to gather, relax, study or wait for rides. It also serves the commuter population, which makes up over half the student body at LMU, by providing free coffee, tea, and cocoa in its office daily. The commuter sleep-over in the resident halls during finals week, and the bus and carpooling information are also offered by the Commuter Services. Other non-commuter related services include the "Silent Radio" in the Lair which aids the student community communication process, and all aspects of the Parents orienta tion Program. In addition , the Referral Center houses the newly developed Disabled Students Service and the reinstated Escort Service, two very vital segments of the LMU community. The Escort Service helped ensure a safe atmosphere at night by accompanying students from class, the library or an event to their campus desti nation. Besides the development of the Disabled Students Services and the turn of the Escort Program, Raymond T. Rosas, the director of the Referral Center hopes to see the developmen t of Commuter Counselors which will act as peer counselors to that segment of the community. The Referral Center is incredibly important on campus, not only because it is the link between campus information and the commuters but because it is dedicated to that of service. Its main goal is to serve the student and to get his or her needs met to the best of its ability. "If the Referral Cen ter doesn't know, it's our job to find out," Jon Santos, receptionist, says. The Referral Center is located in the Malone Student Center, 102, and is open between 8 am and 5 pm, except between 12 pm and 1 pm.

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Front Row: Erin Braegger, Susa n Deno, Jon Santos, Ofelia De la Riva, Brian Dennison . Back Row: Raymond Rosas, Don Steiner, Gina Amador, Kandra Kiyan, Alma Sanchez.


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Campus Ministry is an integral part of life on campus. Under the direction of Sr. Peg Dolan, R.S.H.M., spirtual guidance is provided through frequent retreats, personal direction and social justice programs. Ministering was achieved through visits to Juvenile Hall, helping at the Catholic Worker Soup Kitchen, joining in the Liturgy, and participating in the retreats. Campus Ministry makes it possible for everyone to become builders in the community as ministers of the Eucharist, ministers of music, ministers of the word, and ministers of peace among one another.

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Health Services Dr. Fuster, the physician at the health center, h as been at Loyola since Sept. 1985. He treats about 40 students daily between the hours of 8:30-12:00 and 1:15-4:45. The most common affections are colds and sore stomachs from tension. This is a schedule for minor i,llnesses, but in cases of emergency there is no real solution. This has not yet been set because the previous security has been dissolved. The new security company cannot transport students because of legal aspects. Furthermore, the ambulance service is just too expensive. Resident life and the health center have come up with a temporary solution. The R.A.'s have received taxi vouchers to be used by the students. With these vouchers the patient may be transported to Centinela or Above: Christine Abilla, Daniel Freeman hospital by the Claudia Ramirez, Lisa taxi service and must be accom- Lensch, Ana Luzi, Lisa panied by an R.A. or friend. Hamann, Euly ManaThe university will pick up the han. expense.

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Counseling Developing a well-balanced person often reqttires more than what is taught in the classroom. Sometimes, students have particular personal needs or they are confused about what they want to do with their lives. The Counseling Center assists upwards of 400 students with personal problems and career planning opportunities. According to Dr. Barry Riester, Director and Assistant Dean for Counseling and Health Services, the accredited Counseling Center's function is to serve as "education outside of the classroom ... a part of the education of the total person." The Center provided approximately 2400 hours of individual counseling for personal problems ranging from fami ly separation and general anxiety to eating disorders and relationship issues. In addition to one-on-one counseling, students can take advantage of group counseling, workshops for general growth and sharing for such specific issues as sexual abuse, stress and alcoholism. Complementing its personal counseling, the Center also provided carrer assistance. The career development library, located.in the Center's reception area, contained tools such as college catalogs and job listings to help students plan their future. There, too, is the Womens Resource library, available for all students, faculty and staff needing information pertaining to women. Peer counselors were available to assist students with life-planning materi al and to refer students to specific counseling services. Workshops were provided on future-oriented subjects including resume wri ting and interview skills. Though the Center se rves many different needs, it exist simply to help students with "life-adj~tStmcnt", whether with emotional problems or with goals for the futu re. As part of a liberal education, Dr. Riester sees his services as "part of the informal curriculum of the Un iversity."

Academic Persistence Program Above: April' Kirk, Academic Program Coordi n ator ; Methrone Leichman, counselor; Kathy Dean, counselor; Angie Jones, counselor. Not pictured: Donald Haughton, counselor. Above right: Front: Mary Ng, Sheri O sato, Greg Crawford, Cecilia Baraquio, Maria Marotta, Lisa Lang. Back: Steve Myung, Nancy Au, Irene Im, Lisa Rivera, Eileen Der, Cecilia Crum.

The Academic Persistence Program (A.P.P.) includes Chicano Student Services, AfroAmerican Services and Commuter Services, as well as services for Asian students. The A.P.P.'s objective to ease the often difficult transition to campus life. In the Peer Outreach Program, students are assigned a caseload of 12-15 students who are new to campus. Like Big Brothers or Big Sisters, they introduce ways to get involved on the campus, and talk about adjustment to college. Close to SO% of those serviced by the A.P.P. are from out-of-state or are international students, for whom the college transition tends to be more stressful.

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C.T.A. Since October 1, 1979, Heather Herkenhoff has been in charge of the Central Ticket Agency (CTA) located in Malone 7, right next to the Rec Center. With the help of her work study students, she handles most campus events as well as Mann movie passes, Magic Mountain discount tickets, locker rentals, air tickets, eurail passes, hotel reservations, cruises, etc. Just this fall, CTA has become a bustling Ticketron. Unfortunately, her office hasn't grown. A couch was squeezed out. Heather zips around the office with her Scottish accent she has retained for the past 22 years since she has been in the U.S. It is unfortunate, too, that work study hours have been cut. She refers to the students as "my kids" and commented that "People who work for me always come back." What of Heather's personality? "I am always rushing. Sometimes when things get crazy I yell and scream, but I'm not vindictive. I lose my temper, and then it's over and done with. My kids know that it's not them, but me."

Above: Mary Bolger, Don Russell, Heather Herkenhoff, and Rob Bedell. Right: Heather, Don and Ann McNallen. Not pictured: Pat Sandoval.

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Controller's Office

Where does all the money go? Robert Bride, the controller, can tell you. By Bob's side is Sister Yvonne Rushton, taking care of student accounts. Purchase orders, tuition payments, administration payrolls, N.D.S. loans, and simply cashing a personal check are "all in a day's work" for this bustling office. The learning Resource Center, located in the top floor of the library, provides academic assistance to between 1300 and 1500 students per year. The Center conducts writing, reading and math placement exams and offers lab classes for students to help them "go beyond the placement level," according to Director lane Bove. In addition to conducting exams, the Center holds workshops for students preparing for standardized exams, such as those required by graduate schools. Workshops on improving study skills are also given. Those needing assistance with specific courses can request tutors from the Center. From freshman placement exams to graduate entrance exams, the learning Resource Center provides academic support to the student body.

Learning Resource Center

Back Row: Joyce Moore, Lane Bove, Kevin O'Conner. Front: Olivia La Bouff, Sydney Stanbury, Linda Hawley.

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Charles S. Casassa, S.J. Fro m Februa ry 1949 to june 1969, Rev. Cha rles S. Casassa wa s Loyola Uni versity' s ninth Pres ident. H e was the firs t president with a Ph.D. During hi s twenty year presidency, Casassa built upo n the adminis trative sys tem with the add itio n of vi ce pres ident s for Academ ic Affairs and Unive rs ity Relation s and Developm ent. H e es tablished new majors: physics, m athematics, sociology, psychology and communica tio n a rts. H e sa w th e cons tr ucti on of the firs t half of the Vo n der Ahe Li brary, Sacred Heart Chapel, Pere ira, M alo ne, Fo ley, a nd Seaver. In 1968, Casassa persuaded M arymo unt College to share this ca mpus. In 1969, Casassa resigned as president and took the post of C ha ncellor. After nearly for ty yea rs of dedica tio n , he still remai ns active o n campus, honored as C ha ncellor Emeritus.

Sr. Margaret Mary Dolan No longer is Campus Minis try headed by a jesuit. In s tepped Sr. Peg Dola n a capable and outgoing woman , who dou bles as a Doheny dorm cou nselor. She doesn 't wa nt to be a pries t. H er commitmen t is wit h the Re ligio us of the Sacred H eart of M a ry. She unders tands young people-that they have a lo t of q uestio ns a nd are trying to find some sort of fulfillment. From 1975-86 Sr. Peg had been working a t the Referra l Center a s a counselo r. In 1975 s he received a M as ter's in Applied Spirituality; just rece ntly completed her master' s here in Counseling Psychology.

Albert P. Koppes, 0 . Carm. The Academic Vice Pres ident serves a nd assis ts the President by supporting his educa tional phil osophy while s upervis ing and coordina ting all academi c in structional and support program s on the W es tchester Campu s. H e provides support for th e faculty and Academic Admini stra tors and ass ures tha t they are informed and involved in the admini stra tive processes which affect them. Th e Acade mi c Vice President al so en sures the quali ty of academic program s for the s tudents; sees that they a re adequa tely s upported, monitors the acade mi c qu ali fi cati on s of new and continuing s tudents, a nd provides the opportunity for s tudent input into academi c decis ion m a king.

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Donald P. Merrifield, S.J. Rev. Donald Merrifield po!>es next to a picture of Liliore Greene Rains, recluse and benefactress to six insti tution s, including Loyola Marymount. Merrifield began his fifteen year term as president of Loyola Universi ty by un it ing Loyola Univers ity and M aryâ&#x20AC;˘nount Col lege in 1973. En rollment skyrocketed to more than 3,500 undergraduates, 1,200 graduates, and 1,200 law

school students. A number of buildings were added: Loyola and H annon Apts., the Bird Nest, th e second half of the Von der Ahc Library, Gers ten, and the Burns Fine arts Center. One of Merrifield's las t accomplish men ts was the acqui sition of 28.5 acres of land which someday w ill be Leavey Campus. He now serves as Chancellor.

A new Addition at Loyola Marymount Sr. Mary Milli ga n , R.S.H.M ., is Loyola Marymount's new provost, succeeding Sr. joan Treacy who s tepped down from the pos ition last year. Her educational background includes a bachelor's in French, a Ma ster's in Sacred Scripture and an S.T.D. from the Gregorian University in Rome. She

also has taught in Rome, Sa n Francisco and France. What she hopes to accompli s h is two-fold: 1) To listen and meet a lot of people to sec more clearly how to serve within the community, while being partic ularly attentive to the needs of women on campus; 2) To advise the President and Vice-President on

the M arymoun t tradition. Milliga n notes that there is a lot of defending o ne's turf. Ins tead, she s uggests we n eed to build bridges. " We should all be equal. Why not have the Round Table where there is no head and no foot? "

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Hank Durand Hank Durand came to Loyola Marymount in 1975 as director of Counseling. Three year~ later, he moved into his current position of Vice President of Student Affairs. I l is responsibilities include Housing, Resident Life. Student Activities. Counseling, Commuters, E.P.I.C., Athletics and lntramurals. During the 70's, notes Durand. the campus was very mellow. Until he became Vice President, Durand came to work in corduroy pants, pu ll -over shirts and earth sandals. As the eight ies approached, the campus grew, his job changed. and students became more careerorien ted and less idea listi c. Du rand is encouraged by student's interest in polit ics and their involvement in school-particularly, ASLM U a nd R H A. li e sit ed the students successful drive for the reinstatement of Convocation Hour as an example of student interest in government. He further feels that the construction and changes on campus arc a symbol of the school's growth and expansion.

John Pfaffinger M r. John Pfaffingcr. A na me you probabl y do not hea r as often as Fat her Lough ran 's, but th e importance of his job is indis putable. M r. J ohn Pfaffingcr is t he Vice-President of Fina nce and P la nnin g for Loyola Ma r ymount. Wha t is th at, you ask? Very well. His office co ns ists of financ ial planning, budget dcl·clopmcnt a nd co ntrol, manageme nt of ne w constru ction projec ts a nd fi nanci ng, cont racts, invol vement with the endow ment fund, considera ble trustee rela t ions, in vestm ent and supporting the President. lie is ve ry busy a nd ex tremely ta lent ed at wha t he docs. For that reason he has worked at Loyola Marymount for I S years, s tartin g a s th e bus iness manage r in 197 1. lie gra du ated from Xavie r U nive rs it y in C inci natti, Ohio in 1956 wi th a BA in Bus iness,

Clyde Myers In 1970. Clyde Meyerl. came to LM U as the Business Manager. Previously he had been an airforee orricer. Prcl.cntly. he has worked himself upwards to Vice-President for Administrative Services. His major con tributi ons thus far incl ud e the present parking system and the modernization of university phone systems. I lis responsibil ities arc sca llcrcd among Public Safety, Director of Perso nnel Services, Ca mpus S to re. rood Service, Mail Room. Insurance. Telecommu ni ca ti on Service. Purchasing, Ca mpus Grap hi cs. a nd rea l estat e. Myers thrives on diverse respons ibilit ies. as he notes. at a larger univcrl.ity, he wou ld not have the direct say-so that he enjoys here.

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then he rccehcd his M llA, as well. lie wo rked at a few unhcrs itics in th e East, bu t th en mi grated to s unny Ca lifornia. The offi ce of Vice-P resident of Finance and Pla nning was establis hed 7 yea rs ago. It began as a res ul t of the need for g rowth and dcl•clopmcnt at Loyola Marymo unt . Curre ntly, th e new l.c:l\'cy Ca mpus a nd var ious oth er projec ts arc und er his direction and th e Pres ident 's supcnis ion. Accord ing to Mr. Pfa ffingcr, one of t he ir a ims is to " make LM U more rcsidcnt -populntcd.'' It is easy to s ec th at Mr. Pfaffi nger is go ing to be kee ping his ha nds \'Cr y full for the years to co me. Asked about what he thinks of Loyola Marymount, he replied " it is a wond erful place, bot h perso nall y and 11rofessionall y."


Fr. James Loughran In tlw quH•t dorn,ltn of hi-. ..,t, Robc•rt\ olfi< <, fJtfwr J,rnw ... ~. I oughr .111, tw<'llt h pr <''>idc·nt ol l.oyol.r M.nynwunt Univt•r.,ity, pondc•r'>. Ill'> rok .1'> i<',rdc·r t.lkec, on '>C'\ c•r .d dinwmiom: ,1., tc•a< lwr, <,< lwlar, k.,u; 1 pr i<''>t ,rnd Mlrnrnr'>t r a tor I k• rt•nwmher<, \\<'II,\\ lwn gr 0\\ ing up, tlw di.,< U'>'>ion of i'>'>lll''> .11 tlw dinrwr t,rbh·- with hi., '>i'>t<'r, hb brotlwr .urd lw. p.rr c•nh. llc• proudly not<''> that hi., c•dtJCtltion \\'.1~ th.rt ol ,1 <I,J<.... ic.d k'>uit n.rttrrc•. lndc•<•d, lw oht.1inc•d hr'> h.1< helen'., degr <'<.' rn hl'>tOr y, '>UilHna <urn l.tu<k, .md both hrc, m.r'>t<'r\ .md Ph.D. d<'gret's in philoo;oplw from I ordh.un Uni\l•rc,it) ol '-:t'\\ York. II<' '>tudr<•d tlwology in lt,lll< <' ;mel 1\.1,11 yl.rnd; on Jurw II, 1970, lw wa., ord.rirwd ,111d took hio; fin,lf \'0\'\''> fk< t'll11H'I !\, 1978. I oughr.m lir ... t t.nrght philmophy ,rnd tlwolo1-n in J<'rS<'\ ( rt ~, 'll'\\ l<'f\l'\ ,tt St. Pet<•r 's Collc•g<'; < ontinued to t<'.l< h dt I ordh.tm fr orn 1974 untrl he IH'< .111w pr <''>id<•nt ol I i\1lJ. 1\<. .rdmrnr ... tr,Jtor, I oughr.rn \\'.h tlw ,r.,.,i.,t.rnt ck.rn ol I ordh.un Collc•gc• tr 0111 1970 to 11J7 J, th<' und<•r gr,Jdu.ttP < h.rum,m of tlw Philoo.,oplw lkp.rrtnwnt tr om 1975 to 1979; .rddition.rlly, he '<'n Pd •• .,,, memlwr of tlw Bo,ud of 1 rtJ<.I<'<'' of St. P<•tc•r's Collc•g<' and X,l\ H'r Univc•r'iit~ of< im inn.lli, Ohio. AI I ML.., hi., t.t'>k ;., to pr onwtc· .tc.lckmi< <'X< c·llcn< <', to ltutlwr dc•firw I MU\ idc•Jltrty vvithin tlw <ommunity, .111d to ~~ rc•ngt lwn t lw 70 \'<'.11 <; ot hi'>tOI\ I h.tt h,r., giv<'n the lnl\cr,it} it'> (atholi( dl.Jr.tcl<'r a11d uniquc•ne~c, in \)outh<'rn C.1litnrnt.1. I hi('(' m.tjor 11<'<'d~ lw foH'S('('' for t 111' Uni\ <'f<,it r IIH ltrdc• more• .rv.Jil,thlc• nrorwv 101 I in.ln< i.d Aid ,1r1d for dc'\<'loping .1 pl.m fo1 the• m,rint<'n.tnn•, rc•nov.ttion .mel 11npr O\ enwnh ot oldc•r buildings .rrHI l.111d~< .1ping. I lt' .ll<>o ,rnti< tp.llC'., th.u by 1988, I 1\ \U will h,l\ <' dehh tot.rlrng olll .lppr oxirn.llf' <'ight or lllll<' mrllion doll.u .... ~<':>.1 ~e,tr\ lr<·~hnwn d,,.,.,, I oughr,ln .reid.,, will .,t,ry tirnrly r oott•d .It BSb, .rlthough .rdrnis"ion ·•< <ept.mn•., wrll IH• touglwr. "I 'i!'llS<' good thing., ;tr<' h.lJliH'nlng," lw ""Y"· "I bP11<'\ <' in cduc .rtion. 1\ e mtluc•n< t•d m,lll) student'>." \\'hoc .111 .trgtH' \'\rth optimi ... m' II<• furlh<'r 11<>1<''> th.rt "bo1 <'dom i., rwvt•r .1 probkm in my Irk. I <.111 IH• .11 ,1 hortng lc•< tur <' .tnd not be• boH·~I."

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Faculty: Clinton E. Albertson, Dr. Tiina Allik, Dr. Linda Bannister, Dr. Ronald K. Barrett, Or. Melvin R. Bertolozzi, Dr. David Blake, Dr. Lance H. Blakesley, Dr. Jasper Blystone, Dr. Robert Bra us, Or. Richard Brissenden, Thomas E. Buckley, S.J ., Dr. Raymond L. Burt, Robert V. Caro, S.J ., Dr. Franci.., B. Carothers, Dr. Christophel Chapple, Dr. John R. Connolly, S.j., D1. Jane Crawford, Dr. Nichola.., Curcione, Dr. john Davis, Or. Angelo DeGennaro, Dr. Howard R. Delancy, Dr. Michael Downey, Or. James D. Faught, David T. Fisher, S.j ., Mary Catherine Fitzgerald, Dr. William F. fitzgerald, Dr. Michael A. Genovese, Dr. Richard L. Gilbert, Ravelle Lyn Greene, John H. Grever, CfMM, Fernando J. Guerra, Frances Gusenhoven, RSHM, Dr. james G. Hanink, Or. Thomas G. Hanrahan, Dr. Renee L. Harrangue, Dr. Angus Hawkins, Dr. Peter R. Hoffman, John H. Hull, Dr. Richard H. Hunt, Or. Lawrence]. Jelinek, Dr. Jon Jonsson, Dr. Carroll C. Kearley, Dr. David D. Killoran, Dr. Richard L. Kocher, Dr. Clayton R. Kradjian, Dr. Antonia ]. Levi, Dr. Sharon A. Locy, Dr. Ricardo A. Machon, Thomas J. Maloney, S.J ., Dr. David Marple, Dr. James T. Mathieu, Martin Matustik, D1. Marie Anne Mayeski, Caren Ann Meghrcblian, Dr. Michael E. Mills, Dr. Elizabeth Morelli, Dr. Loretta Morris, Dr. Kelly 5 . O'Donnell, john J. O'Neill, S.j ., Michael O'Sullivan, S.J ., Dr. Nancy P. Park..,, Katherine R. Peters, Dr. Claire Pfenniger, Dr. john Popiden, Leo Prangaman, S.j ., Dr. Susan Rabe, Robert E. Reichle, Dr. John T. Reilly, Margaret A. Renehan, RSHM, Dr. Lucien Rico, Richard W. Rolfs, S.J ., Dr. Chuck Rosenthal, Herbert Ryan S.J ., Dr. Jame'i P. Shea, Ernest S. Sweeney, S.j ., Dr. Leland Swenson, Robert H. Taylor, S.J ., Dr. Joseph S. Tiedemann, Haydee Tyrrell-Reigadas, Dr. R. Patricia Walsh, Dr. Carlos G. Wilson, Dr. Lucy Wilson, Dr. Philip Woodard, Dr. Martin Woods, Dorena Allen Wright, Dr. Gail Wronsky, Dr. Linda Zagzebski.

Dean - Anthony B. Brzoska Assoc. Deans- Carol Sullivan, Seth B. Thompson (bottom)

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Dr. William F. Fitzgerald

lie w.1'.. whjcctcd to politic.1l di~cu~~ion~ and before he could read or write. He m.ljored and committed him~elf to politic.ll.,cience .1fter World W.u II, ,, time of inten~e politic~. After obt.1ining hi., undergr,1du,1te degree from Lovol.1 in J048 .md ,, doctor.1te from Georgcto~vn, Dr. William fitzger.1ld returned to te.1ch ,,., Profe.,~or of Politic.1l Science. Hi.. favorite d.1s., i~ (on.. titutional l..1w; the favorite p.Ht ol hi .. job i.., the lecture .1nd di ..cu.,.,ion th.1t t,1kes p.ut in the context of hi, cl.w.c... The .,timul.1tion he receives .1s ,, result of hi, cont.1ct with inquiring mind., ha' enriched him. In hi., office Jecor.lled with red, white, .md blue curt.1in~ .1nd pile.. of thick .md thin hook ... I itzger.1ld remini ..ccnce' .1bout hi' e.uly ye.1r.., and hb gr.mdfathcr who was precinct r.1pt.1in. I itzger,1ld kcepo, him ..clf politically active on c.1mpus by ,JCting .h the Pre.,idcnt of LMU's fJrulty senate. He ha .. rcm.1ined here for '>omc 2<> ye.us bccJu'e he likes "the committment to intcllcctuallifc .md its implic.1tions in the conte"\t of C.1tholic tc.1ching for .,oci.1l ;md politic.1l m.1ttcr~

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T'-)p: Dr. Renee L. 1-tu rangue, Profc-.~or Chair woman, P~y 颅 chology. Middle Left: D1. Lawrence A. Tritlc, A~~oc. Profc.;!'OI C.hairm,m , Hi .. torv. Middle Right: Robert Welch, SJ, As~oc. Profe..,~ot Chait m.an, Politi~路 a\ S(icnce. Above: Dt. Mar i,1 Tctesa \'en cgao.,, A..,..,oc. Ptofc-. . . or Ch,lit woman , Chtcano Studie~.

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Dr. Jane Crawford came to Loyola Marymount University as a part-time teacher in 1979. Before that she taught an Ophello class at UCLA, where she recieved her Ph.D. She also taught at Pepperdine. In 1984, she became a fulltime teacher here. The classics department has grown in student population in the last few years. In 1986, the first classics major in a long, long time graduated. It is encouraging that the class of '87 will have some where in the neighborhood of 10 to 12. Dr. Crawford feels that classics is gaining greater interest because students realize that it is the basis of Liberal Arts and literature. So much of the world now finds its foundat ion with classical art, history, archaeology, etc. . . . Next year, a new teacher will be added to the staff. With this new addition, Dr. Crawford hopes that student interest will be raised. There are now Classical Civ ili zation classes in which students do not have

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to take as much Latin or Greek as classics majors do. Throughout high school, Dr. Crawford wanted to take Greek but it wasn't offered, so she took Latin instead. She was good at it and continued to take it in college along with Greek and ancient history. It seemed natural for her to go into classics. Her grandfather, sister, and brotherin-law are also classicists. "It's a family affair, in a way," she says. Her favorite classical authors are Cicero, because she has done so much research on him; and Homer, for reading enjoyment. In Homer lies the foundation of Western literature. It is beautiful poetry with a good story. There is no one work that stands above the rest. Almost every work she reads is her favorite as she reads it. Beginning Greek is one of her favori te classes. "It is interesting to watch people go from complete mystification of the alphabet to understanding and appre-

ciating the language. Women in Antiquity is another interesting class fo r her. She also loves classes dealing with epic poetry. In some classes, she notes, the learning process has greater success but it is never a negative experience. She has two dogs named jupiter and Mugsie that add many humerous tales to her classes. Italy is her favorite place to travel and she loves to cook and eat Italian food . Swimming and running are her sports, but she loves to watch football. But most of all, she loves to read, especially mystery stories. "All good classicists read mystery stories," she states with a grin on her face.

T op: D r. Graciela Limon, Professor and Chairwoman, Modern Languages. Middle: Dr. David Blake, Asst. Professor and Chairman, Philosophy. Above: Dr. Nicholas Curcione, Professor and Chairman, Sociology.


Below: Dr. Robert Braus, Professor of Theology. Below middle: Dr. Richard L. Kocher, Professor and Chairman of English. Below right: Dr. Lucy Wilson, Asst. Professor, English.

Dr. Angus Hawkins has an amusing discoveries. His teaching gets neither wit about him delivered with a n en- s tale or fixed. chanting English accent. He taught in a There is a joy he gets when a student number of universities in England be- discovers a topic that awakens quesfore coming to Los Angeles. tions on issues and goes on to d iscover " Living in America gives me a stron- a genuine love for history. Philosophy ger sen se of how English c ulture of Hi story and Hi storical Method is a s hapes me," he says. class that he would like everyone to H e sees him self as a product of Eng- take, because "it explores how we find li sh society and a means for hi s stu- out what happened in the past." dents to become aware of another culOne of his s tudents once told him ture's history. He is fa scinated with that hi s class was a combination of Victorian politicians. Monte Python and Brideshead RevisitSince the age of nine, he ha s loved to ed. read history. He decided to teach in orHawkins keeps himself active by der to s hare h is love and enthusiasm formi ng clubs s uch as the Cricket Club for the subject a nd to interact with oth- and organizing a radio program of Engers. Teaching and research ing comple- lish poetry and music for KXLU . He is ment each other. H e fee ls that if he also an accompli shed musician. At one teaches what he resea rches, then he is time, he had to choose between history always thinking about it and resorti ng and the opportunity to continue playit. If he researches what he teaches, ing his viola. His choice is obvious. then he is constan tly on top of new

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Initially, Dr. Michael Mills was an economics major at UCLA. With apologies to his Economics department colleagues, h e views economics as a subfield of psychology. His psychological interest stemmed from a "very Zal'\y, cha rming a nd intelligen t girlfriend." H e was always trying to figure out her motives, thoughts, actions, moods, a nd perceptions. After fourteen years of studying psychology, he is pretty sure he finall y understands her. "Despite the variations, we a rc all ultimately playing the same game of life," says Mills, in reference to his Animal Be-

havior class. lt is his favorite to teach because h e is fasci n at ed by the "behavioral strategies that h ave evolved to maximi ze an indi v idua l's contribution to the next gene pool." In the class, the stude nts see the similarities bet ween a nimals and human s in most aspects of life a nd are amazed by this. Apart from his teaching, Dr. Mills enjoys sailing off the coast of Sa nta Barbara, playing w ith computers, making music a n d reading. Surfing was his first love, but adds that " the waves get larger a nd the water colder after you reach thirty."

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Acting Dean - Warren C. Sherlock (below) Division Head, Communications - Donald J. Zirpola (far right) Division Head, Fine Arts - Robert L Ritter (bottom)

Faculty: Bernard V. Abbene, Dr. Bob Ackley, Walter Arlen, Bogidar Avramov, Marilyn Beker, Barbara J. Busse, Jay B. Busse, Lamar Caselli, Ian Conner, Patrick J. Connolly, S.J ., Vincent V. Coppola, Dr. C. Melvin Davidson, Thomas Dellaira, Rudolph Fleck, Dr. Katharine B. Free, Milton S. Gelman, Roger Hubbard, Emmett Jacobs, Maxine B. Junge, Paul W. Kaufman, Howard S. Lavick, Helen Landgarten, Dr. Katherine A. Lorenzana, Pauline A. Majoli, Robert Merrill, Mark J. Meyer, Teresa Munoz, RSHM, Patrick A. Nagatani, Patricia T. Oliver, Gary Parisi, Arpad E. Petrass, Jay Quantrill, Shirley Riley, Gertrude R. Robinson, Dr. Susan B. Robinson, Jerrold S. Root, Judith Royer, Paul Salamunovich, Judith M. Scalin, Fritz Schwab, Vinay K.Shrivastava, Leroy W. Southers, Jr., J amie Sue Stover, Vincent Talbot, Dr. Lawrence A. Wenner

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Rudolph Fleck likes the power in the works of German Expressionist Emile Nodie. He likes the Expressionist movement altogether. He says the difference between drawing a picture and a photo is that part of one's self is put into that picture. A photo cannot say as much. He enjoys his ceramics classes and likes the advanced class because "People stand on their own two feet and say things on their own." His favorite part of teaching is when a light goes on in a student and they understand what they are trying to do. When they ca n come up with successful work and be alive with what they have to say then they have matured as artist. According to Mr. Fleck, while s tudents are at college they are in a period of potential growth. He feels that L.M.U. has a great combi nation of Liberal Arts and Art. Half the brain is motor and the other half is art. Some do art to be sane and get away from the other things they have to do but they do not grow. There are many possibilities in art but it "is not an insta nt click."

It is n't s omething one should go into if income is the bottom line. But if the "quality of life is what is important then one should love what they do all day long and grow with it." Art offers those kind of possibilities. He believes that one gets out of the art program what they put into it and growth is the most important factor. He chose to go into art when he was a sophomore. He had gone to Europe for a year and sa w much to his liking. In teaching he finds a chance to exchange different ideas with people. Fleck came to L.M .U. in 1977. Before that he did graduate teaching and worked with the Communications Art Center. In the future he would like to see greater di stinction between the Fine Arts and the Graphics Arts department. He also would like to see computer graphics added to the art department but realizes that would require some money. With a new faculty next year, he hopes there will be greater energy added to the department. The art department, he says, " Has poten tial that's unrealized at this point."

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Bob Merrill H e's written five hit Broadway musicals including "Carnival" and "Funn y G irl." For 8 years, he was the dialogue director at Columbia P ictures. Additionally, he's had 21 #1 songs such as "People," " Honeycomb," and " H ow much is that doggie in the window?" At the present time, Bob M errill is in the process of preparing a show for Broadway. Reh earsals are schedu led to begin next s ummer ('87). H e has been at Loyola M arymount for the past 6 Y2 years. A s he says, many good things have happened to him in the entertainment business, and teaching is hi s opportunity to give some of his experiences to stu dents. " I enjoy being in an atmosphere of young a n d energetic people," he remarks. Merrill has written screenplays for such pictures as "W.C. Fields and Me" a nd " M ahogony" starring Dan Ross. In h is spare time, Merrill enjoys breeding T horoughbred horses a nd eating pasta. A teacher from El Paso came to Bob Ackley's high school to teach a semes ter. It was this teacher who got him interes ted in the theater arts as a career. Through this teacher he received a scholars hip to a college in El Paso. There he met another teacher who during Mr. Ackley's time at college was offered a job at Purdue University. " He ca me back and said 'You have a job at Purdue as soon as you graduate!" remembers Mr. Ackley. He graduated after three years in college and went on to get his masters degree and teach at Purdue. Since that time, he has taught four years at the University of Vermont, two years fulltime at Long Beach State, and one year part time Long Beach State, plus U.S.C. He has also done work outside teaching. At one time he was going to go to New York and act, but found that he enjoyed teaching so much that he would rather do that. He is very glad he chose teaching. He has been teaching at L.M.U. for sixteen years now and loves it here. The Theater Arts department has been through many changes in that time. In 1968 it was al l female. At the time he started it was a two-person department. Now it ha s grown into a department

with five faculty members and a permanent staff. According to Mr. Ackley, "The number of majors has grown and the quality of the program has gotten much stronger. It has a good reputation as a undergrad program." The department has had great s uccess at the American College Theater Festival and the University Resident Theater Association. The University Resident Theater Association trains professionals throughout the country. Last year two students from L.M.U. placed in the finals, which was quite an honor. "When you work in theater, so much seems to happen." This appears to be true for Mr. Ackley. He likes the contact with the students that his job requires and being around all their energy. He enjoys his Advanced Acting class for majors but feels that all his students, majors or nonmajors, have things to offer in his acting classes. From the time students are fre shmen until their graduation he sees them grow emotionally and intellectually. By the time they graduate he feels they have received a s trong background in the theater arts and arc prepared to go into the world. He said that some stay in Hollywood and try and find acting jobs in films or

commercials, but most go to the mid-west or east coast. He feels that LM.U. offers a very good program but wishes that some of the facilities could be upgraded. Aside from his teaching Bob Ackley has many varying activities. He loves to read a great deal and is very interested in eastern philosophy. He practices yoga and tashi and watercolors. He also likes traveling. Most recently he visited the U.K., Ireland and Scotland.

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Right: Dr. John T. Wholihan, Dean. Below Left: Dr. Cary P. Sihec k, A<.soc. Dean. Below Right: John A. Cart:;tka, A..,st. r,ofes sor, Accounting.

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LKulty: Dt. John Ro...,~ Bengel, Dr. ]ame~ C. Bowie, Dr. ]uliu~ S. 81 O\.vn, 01. ( h.11lcs Bunker, St. Martin Byt ne, RSHM, Dr. Aldn Cherry, 01. ltM\Ci..,co C01oncl. Alan B. Czy7ew<.ki, D1. Ft,mk P. D<ll oca, Cc01 ge A. Oa..,dl'o, Dr. J,w"\c~ N. Devine, Dt. Jo .... eph E. EMley, Dt. Kwcku Ewusi-Men~,lh, Alan H. Falcon, Or. Diana T. fl.unhollz, 01. Jeiirey Gale, John A. C,11 stk,1, Dr. Allen P. Gray, Dt. Ldmund R. Gray, Marlene H. l L11 trn,u"', Dr. Ge01ge L. Hc~s. Dr. Ch.Hle~ J. I 1iggi ns, Dr. Rachclle K,1 tz, Dr. Fred Kicsner, John F. Killeen, S.J ., Dr. Herbert S. Kindlei, Dt. Terence C. Krell, Paul L. Loc,ltclli, S.j., Dr. Mitchell 0. Locks, Dr. Cht istophcr A. Manning, D1. j.unes T. MartinoH, Or. David L. M.1thi::.on, Dr. Mark E. Mendenhall, Dr. john Mussachia, I IowMd F Natsh, Dr. Gordon L. Patzer, Dt. L.bignicw Przasny . . ki, Ot. Ralph l Quinone..,, St. Samuel G. Ro..,s, Mttchell Rusbat..,kv, D1. Arthut Ctoss-Sd1acfet, Dr. Kam,1l Shoukry, Dr. Robert Singleton, Ot. Robert S. Spich, Dr. Rcn,1tc Th imcstcr, Dr. Charles Vance, Dr. Scid M. Zekavat.

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Right: Mr. Hesterly. Below: Alan Czyzewski, Accounti ng.

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Top: Dr. Zbigniew Przasnyski, Assoc. Professor, Finance. Left: George A. Dasaro, Assoc. Professor, Accounting. Above: Or. Rachelle Katz, Assoc. Professor/ C hairwoman, Finance.

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Faculty: Dr. Lev Abolnikov, 01. Hyun joon Ahn, Forhad Ayc1zi, Dr. Cigi Beicndi, Dr. john Bulman, William F. Cc1in, S.j ., 01. Ken P. Chuang, D1. Vin(_ent P. Colett<1, Dt. Mi( ltael Cullen, Dr. Mich<lcl Danciger, Clifford j. d'Autnnont, William K. Delaney, S .j ., Dr. Jacqueline Dewar, Dr. Philip Om in, Ot. Omar E..,-Said, Dr. Franklin E. I'ishe1, Dr. Jame!:i L I oxw01 thy, Cctpt. Steven Cab1 icl, Dr. Michael P. Ceis, Dr. Michael Ctady, 01. Peter Haen, Lester Ha1 ris, 01. Roy t Iouston, Floyd A. Jenkin'>, S.J ., D1 T.1i Wu Kao, Dr. Du<me A. Kouba, Dr. James M. LanJry, D1..Suzanne Larson, Dr. Frank T. Ma, D1. Virginta L Mettiam, Or. Reginc1 Migler, Dr William Moebs, Peymcm Mohas.,cb, Antonio Morawski, Dt. Mic h.tcl E. Mulvihill, Mutaurwa E. Muncmo, 01. BohdMl Oppenheim, Dr. John A. Page, l t. Col. Clenn M. Pe1 ry, Capt. Steve Pest,ma, Wade A. Peter c..;on. D. Phillips, Dr. Thomas j. Reilly, 01. Jeff Sanny, Stephcn D. ScMborough, Dr. Stephen Scheck, Dr. David M. Smith, Dr. Kathleen P. Sridha1, Mich,1cl Stemig, Raymond J. foal, Dr. Howard f. Townet, 01. William Trott, Dr. john P. Waggone1, III, Clarence J. Well len, S.J ., Hanford E. Week bach, S.J ., Dr. Connie j. Week c.,, Warren Scott WI ight, Dr. Dennis C. Zill

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Stephen D. Scarborough Stephen Scarborough majored in Biology; yet, he realized many of his courses required mathematical knowledge. So, he studied math in his graduate work and found it so interesting that now he teaches it. Last year, three students from his Mathematical Modeling class competed in a contest. What is most challenging is teaching, as well as learning to read and write proofs. When h e first started, he was learn ing as much as his students. Scarborough hopes to spark an interest within the students in his class. He notices that there are differences in student enthusiasm. Five years ago he taught at Oregon State University as a graduate student. Since h e's been here, Scarborough has noticed that unlike Oregon, here there is more individualized attention given to the students. In fact, he notes, "I've had to adjust. I'm learning how to use the city instead of the city using me."

left: Dr. Michael P. Geis, Chemistry Chairman and Dr. E. Virginia Merriam, Biology Chairwoman. Above: Dr. William D.C. Moebs, Physics Chairman. Above Right: Lt. Col. Glenn M. Perry, AFROTC Chairman.

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American Advertising Federation

One of the primary objectives of the American Advertising Federation is to encourage young people to enter advertising as a career and to enhance the quality of advertising education, thus strengthening the skills of future advertising practitioners. Our LMU Chapter is designed to accomplish this goal. Membership in the AAF means being part of an organization that represents all aspects of the advertising industry. By enrolling in the chapter, students earn the opportunity to establish early interaction with ad professionals. The Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) at Loyola Marymount University is a student chapter of a national organization that provides for the representation of Hispa nic Engineering and Science students at LMU. The basic purpose is to advance careers in Science and Engineering in the Hispanic community. SHPE-LMU provides contacts with future employers via career fairs, company tours, guest speakers, and banquets which are spon sored by the Los Angeles professional chapter. This year, SHPE-LMU proved to be the most active Engineering society on campus.

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Electrical Engineering

The Institute of Electrical and Electronic En g ineers is a professional society whose goal is to introd uce Electrical Engineer students to the oppor tunities and advantages Electrical Engineering has to offer. American Society of Civil Engineers is an organization dedicated to the professional and social growth of civil engineeri ng st udents.

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Kneeling: Fred Paredes, Jacki Ceno, Cocorro Cu riel. Standing: Beh rad Kahnamoui, Jodene Martin, Catalino Gareia, Rick Hansell, Ang ie Harris, Peter McG uire, Joe Anderson, John Huttinger, Bernadine Sisneros, Joey Hernandez, Alice Krohn, Christina Pin to, Melanie Leong, John N agel, Brian Girvin, Darrel Cruz, John Ireland, Mark Dibie, An thony Bi.

Civil Engineering L-R: j im Meycrhofcr, j ackie Declue, Hoey Hernandez, Hatim Malik, Tom Copeland, Ben Dover, Rob Anderson, John Nagle, Chris Sto ne, Mary Frances Bass.


LaCrosse

1986-87 Team: Back row: Lauren ce Polikoff, Kevin Calwell, Chris Lim , Ron Bascacci, Peter

Muldowny; Middle row: Shelby Sweetmon, Rob Bedell; Kneeling: Jerry Thull, John Smersh, Ja red Chandler, Jim Li autaud, Mike Layseca; Bottom: Ore Devitt, Manager. Not Pictured: Keith, Mark, Tom, Mike, Tom, Graham. This is the first year that LMU has had a LaCrosse team. The club was fou nded by John Smersh and Jared Chandler. Recruiting by word of mouth and flyers, Ron Bascacci was found to help coach. During the Fall semester, Ron and Jared served as player/coaches until Dave Soloman of the L.A. LaCrosse Club was recruited as coach. Jim Liautaud was the only experienced player when the club began, but the determin ation of the others has formed a tough team.

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Pictured: Mike Hanosh, Graham Pask, Dino Vindeni, Dennis Bautista, Lisa Lensch, John Walsh. Not Pictured: Katie Forsburgh, Lorena Corral, Lou Buenaver, Tony Cordovana, Shawn Skinner

Martial Arts

The LMU Martial Arts Society was established this past year by a handful of young martial arts students. The addition of new training equipment and enthusiastic students and faculty members give the organization a positive outlook for the future at Loyola. The club offers basic self defense training and some demanding physical workouts about three times per week and at no costs to its members. Monthly seminars representing various types of karate and gung fu will also be available, and so will periodical "black belt" socials featuring popular chop-socky flicks. Together, everyone can benefit by getting in great shape while learning simultaneously because in the LMU Martial Arts Society what you give is just part of what you get.

Back row: Villija Kontrimas, Cullen Lee (President), Missy Franco (Secretary/ Treasurer). Front Row: Gina Amador, Kathy Thornton, Mia Nicove King, Diane Hauerwaas. Not pictured: Maya Cody (Vice President), Bic Nguyen, Karen Appel, Mary Anne Mastrandrea, George Russel, Sr. Teresa Munoz, R.S.H.M. (Moderator) Known for its appreciation of the Fine Arts, locally and outside the LMU community, the Art Society sponsors career forum workshops, museum trips, and "model night," a drawing session with a live nude model. Composed of art majors and non-majors, the 1986-87 Art Society under the leadersh ip of Cullen Lee and M aya Cody enlightened its members and the LMU community on current art and the internal workings in the Art Department.

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Phi Alpha Theta

Phi Alpha Theta is the international History Honor Society. The Phi-Beta Chapter here at LMU consists of 20 members. Phi Beta Theta is a professional society the objective of which is the promotion of the study of History and the encouragement of learning. The chapters sponsors speakers debates in the spring, held a constitutional Forum marking the bicentennial of the U.S. Constitutions. Members have also participated in Regional Conferences by presenting and critiquing papers. The Membership for 1986-1987 Margaret O'Malley, Presidenti Edward Gulyas, VicePresidenti Tony Silvestri, Treasureri Matthew Banashek, Secretaryi James Granoski, Historiani Dr. Angus Hawkins, Moderatori Erin Atkins, Anne Caster, Susan Crow, Renee Gonzales, l aura Hohn, Tracy Martinez, Derrick Ward, Rosleen Borken, Donna Morel, Ron Hodges, Kirk Ogawa, Ricardo Pedroarras, Anne Fitzgerald, Thorn Brennan.


Art History Society

The new Art History Society (AHS) was a big success during its first year, 1986-87. The society was founded by Art History major, Katie Thorpe. Dr. Susan Robinson, Professor of Art History, served as moderator for the society. In addition to encouraging scholarship in Art History, the society went outside of the classroom to experience art. Members visited many of the art museums and galleries in Los Angeles. During Fall Semester, the AHS sponsored the following activities: a special library session in Art History research; the screening of the film "Burchfield's Vision," about the late Charles Burchfield, an American artist. The film was followed by a discussion of Burchfield's life and work with his daughter; the highlight of fall semester was the special AHS tour of a private American art collection and discussion with its collectors. Fortunately, LMU students do not have to go very far to see art. On campus, the La band Art Gallery is the place to see quality art. Under the direction of Ellen Ekedal, the Laband Art Gallery hosted many excellent exhibits this year. Some of the exhibits included: "Whisper of the Muse: The Overstone Album and other Photographs by julia Margaret Cameron;" "Portraits by David Hockney;" " Pauline Khuri-Majoli: A Major Retrospective;" and the "Annual Student Art Show." AHS members support the Laband Art Gallery by attending the exhibits, the slide lectures, gallery tours and by experiencing the art itself.

Katie Thorpe, Gina Amador, Carrie Padden, Dr. Susan Robinson, Deming Beyer, Heather Willet, Barbara Brown, Virginia Leen .

Theology Society The purpose of the Theology Society is to provide students with the opportunity to reflect on theological issues in academic and social contexts. Front: Julie Grijalva, Dr. Michael Downey, Moderator; Noreen Murphy. Back: lynn Gotten bos, President; Gloria Martinez, Andy Newbre

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Below Middle: Madison Laird, Peter Ferguson, Lyne Coyne and Tim Hynes Director of Speech Communications. Below: The Soviet Delegation: W ith head bowed, Sergei Zhuravlev, Olga Smirnova, Eugeny Bobkov. and Maria Mamonova.

Debate Team On O ctober 20, 1986, three of LMU's debaters met with a Soviet delegation to discuss "US/USRR cooperation in the peaceful exploration of space as an altnerative to the arms race." Mos t in attendance would agree that if not interesting, it was a welcome chance to see two different sides advanced in such a way as not to be offensive. Eugeny Bobkov said it well, when he said that "in space ... there is no winner." Other members of the LMU debate team include Dan Trimble, Jon Simon, Todd Flaming, Ryan Mills, and Peter Graham.

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Founded four years ago, the Sailing Club takes advantages of LMU's dose proximity to Marina Del Rey. Its members enjoy a broad scope of activities: ranging from sailing courses in elementary sailing up to courses in celestial navigation, recreational sailing with yacht cruises up and down the California Coast, and boat rentals. The Sailing Club is also a member of the Pacific Coast Intercollegiate Yacht Racing Association, and has plans to form competitive team soon.


The LMU Boardriders

The Boardriders have ventured on a number of successful surf expeditions to San Diego and Mexico during our brief three years of existence. Su rf contests with Loyola Marymount, Palos Verdes, Pepperdine, UC Irvine, and USC have provided needed recreation and sport. The Boardriders would like to thank Loyola Marymount University, Body G love Wetsuits, Fr. Sweeney and especially God for their cooperation and support. President: Bart Callender Vice-President: Mark Torii Secretary, Treasurer: Tom Torii

Lawrence Polikoff, Cliff Shimabukuro, Kent Badham, Tom Bednorz, Mark Bednorz, Mark Torii, Bart Callendar, Tyler Ralston, Tom Torii, Jose Rodriguez.

Chicanos For Creative Medicine The main objective of the Chicanos for Creative Medicine is to create unity and support for Chicanos/Latinos who are majoring in any health field. The club offers advisement, counseling, support, as well as activities, such as the women's conference, gram sales, pre-med conference, and an

MCAT luncheon. President: Alfredo Baker; Vice President: Randy Alejo; Treasurer: Ana Castillo; Secretary: Georgina Alvarez; Historian: Michael Renteria; Publicity: Carmen Medina; Liason, UCLA School of Medicine: Jorge Moreno.

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The Commun ication Arts Society is open to all interested students and faculty. It sponsors r9ad trips, movie screenings and parties, produces a monthly newsletter, the "CA Chatter," and promotes student interaction with faculty members, among other things. A current major goa l of the society is to secure a working relations hip with alumni from the CA department in order to increase student awareness of what work is being done in their fields. President: Robin Anderson; Vice President: Becky Ancheta; Secretary: Patrick Doolin; Treasurer: Anne Rohinsky. All members may join committees: CA Chatter, Film Forum, Programming, Publicity, Social. Annual Membership: $2.00.

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Front row: Anne Rohinsky, Robin Anderson, Vanessa Vassar, Pamela Moore, Cyndi Doolin. Back Row: Patrick Doolin, Christl Zimmer, Rick Matthews, Tony Ray, Robert Riuex, Brian Fitzh ugh, Kimber Mightowcr.

The Black Students Association

Thl? Black Student Associ;~tion exists as an organization to preservl? Black achievement in all facl?ts of University relations. The goal of B.S. A. is to create a viable force to protect the interests of the Black students at Loyola Marymount and also to fulfi ll their needs and expectations both culturally and academically. The purpose of the organ ization is to address itself to the problems of communication among individual students, faculty and admin istration of Loyola Marymount Un iversity. Communication is the first step towards removing the stumblin g blocks that inhibit the opportuni ties for academic growth ;~nd social freedom. W it h this aim in mind, the B.S.A. will seek to develop a sense of inherent cohesiveness among all Black students with the hope that this cohesiveness will extend to the greater LMU communit y. The Black Students Association is an organi zat ion that draws support from the students in order to help them reach their full potential and deal with issu es and problems that the students consider of importance.

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Above Left : Executive Board: Leslie Thomas, BSA Vice President; Tori McVea, BSA Secretar y; Rodney Oodley, BSA Corresponding Secretary; Thyreris M aso n, BSA President; Stephanie Gibson, BSA Treasurer. Above, Top Row: Kim Hamilton, Stacy, Leslie Thomas, Karen W hite, Kathy Dean, Nicole Simmons, LaTricia Crump. Middle: Armand Thruston, Stephanie Gibson, Methron Leichman, JoAnna Ball, April Kirk, Tori McVea, Greg Jennings, George Willock, H arold Washington. Front row: Bernard Brown, Thryeris Mason, Rodney Oodley, Angie j ones.


Peace Studies Peace Studies Members: Maria Alderete, Jazmin Andrade, J. Ball, Julianne Barry, Gaile Beisner, Lisa Bergstrom, Angie Boothroyd, Kristie Botello, Michael Callangan, Tracey Carrillo, Christie Caufield, Hugh Curran, Angie Dasan, Danielle Desjardins, Chris Doherty, Jennifer Doherty, Lisa Eavers, Kate Esposito, Anne Farrah, Debbie Ford, Clancy Fisch, Susan Foley, Mimi Fochs, Lupe Gamboa, Pat Gamboa, Nellie Garcia, John Gloudeman, Michelle Guillory, Jeffrey Gwynn, Kari

Heronemus, Jennifer Horam, Nancy jammer, Paul Kan, Kathy Kennan, Cheryl Knox, Kimberly Kouri, Monique Lamore, Simonetta Leveque, Madison Laird, Teresa Luna, Jaime Manilla, Anna Mares, Jennette Klees, Marie Crawford, Anita Fitzgerald, Alma Marquez, juan Rafael Mejia, Sabra McKenzie, Barbara Michels, Ryan Mills, David Moss, Sue Myers, Catherine Navetta, Andy Nembre, Neil O'Conner, Mary Palmer, Tomas Palermo, Angie Perez, Julie Radoux, Becky Reid, D iana

Reneon, Regina Sabatasso, Kathy Sena, Geri Serdenia, Bonnie Thompson, Susan Todd, Daniel Trimble, Donna Thompson, Rosemary Trizzino, Jerome Vllman, Elaine Villanueva, Susan Visk, Mike Vorac, Susan Walker, Diane Wittouck, Cathy Yoel, Shari Younkin, Or. Susan Rabe, Robert Seeling, Or. Angus Hawkins, Cary Herlihy, Patti Dugan (President), Nancy Plankey (Vice-President), Fernando Moreno (Moderator}

Navy ROTC David Craig, Marine option and Travis Schweizer, Daniel Ragone, and Michael Vigil, navy options, are all scholarship midshipmen at the University of California, Los Angeles Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps, which was established in 1938. They are part of the crosstown enrollment program which allows students from universities other than UCLA to participate in NROTC. These midshipmen attend naval classes, drills, and prolabs during the week at UCLA, i n addition to their LMU classes, in order to develop moral, mental, and physical values and achieve the highest ideas of duty, honor, and loyalty. David Craig, Travis Sch weizer, Daniel Ragone, Michael D. Vigil.

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Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan (M.E.Ch.A) of Loyola Marymoun t University is an organization of Latinos and non-Latinos working together to p romote a clear understanding of the political, social, educational, econ omic, and cultural problems of the Chicano/ Lati no people, off and on campus.

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Mecha Officers 1986-1987 President ... Phil Jimenez Vice Presiden t . . . Xochitl Estrada Secretary ... Jo An n Ayala Financial Director ... Don T ripier Publicity ... jean Ayala Social Cultural ... Kristin Botello ... Arturo Robles Community Relations ... Patricia Moreno H istorian ... Graciela Vigil

The aim of this organization is to spread the spirit of Irish hospitality and the rich culture of an ancient nation. Members tend to be the fun -lovin', extroverted type who are fo nd of celebrating. You should be able to easily recog nize them. They're the ones who g reet you at breakfast with "Top 0 ' the Momin to ya' " and a twinkle in their eye. Bottom: Bonnie MacPhelan, Cathleen McBrown, Tom O 'Brennan, Annie McSchmitz, Lisa 0 ' Pagliasotti, Erin O ' Braegger, Robert M acSeelig. Top: James McGranoski, Mike O ' Riordan, Andy O'Williams, T im MacDunLeavy.

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Our club is intended to provide a place where all the Indonesian students can meet together and learn the experience of an organization on campus. The goal of our club is to provide services for students, especially new incoming students in getting settled on the campus life. Also, we would like to promote our culture by holding an Indonenian Night annually on campus with support of LMU Gamelan Society. We have a lot of fun activities to support the togetherness by having a trip, dance activities and of course fundraising, especially our traditional food.

Indonesians At LMU

Symartono Sunjoto, josef Kusumoputro, H arjono Sumali, joseph Putro Sandjaja, Rudya nto Sudargo, Dhanny Gunawan, Tony Widjaja, Amalia Tjandra, Tony Ngawing, juli a Busono, Tarmizi Bcdd u, N goupeng Gouw, Inggita Gunanto, Ojadmika Ali, Susana Onggo, Hendra Sutandinata, Revi Lis tiadji.

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L.B.S.A. Executive Board: Maria Sanchez, President; Leticia Valle, Vice-President; Nancy Vivar, Secretary; Alma Sanchez, Publicity; Sylvia Gutierrez, Newsletter Editor; Pat Yanez, Director of Operations; Gloria Martinez, Committee Chair; Angie Valenzuela, Social Director; Laura Garcia, Treasurer. The Latino Bus iness Student Associa tion (LBSA) is founded with the objective of preparing its members .for en try into the professional business world. LBSA hosts a series of gues t s peaker presentations, schedules "day-on-the job" visits to bus iness firm s in effort to provide members an opportunity to experience the actual work environment. LBSA members arc encouraged to participate in vMious adminis trative duties of the o rgani:z.1tion, as well as providing s upport groups for their acad emic s tudies. Membership is open to s tudents o f a// majors interested in the professio nal business world.

Top Row: Laura Garcia, T reasurer; Phil Jimenez, Silvia Murillo, Jimmy Renteria, john Morales, David Flores, Frank Diaz, Yolie Flores, George Corral, Juan Mejia, Maria Elena Medina, Michael Mantong. Front Row: Nancy Vivar, Secretary; M aria Sanchez, President; Sylvia Gutierrez, N ewsletter Editor; Alma Sanchez, Publicity, Patricia R amirez, Le ti cia Vidal, Moderator; Estella Amezcua, Roberto Andrade, M oderator; Vicente Medrano, M aria Morales, Martha Lomeli.

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Dance Society

Alice Krohn, Carrie Phelan, President; Janet Albers, Mary-Francis Bass, Jackie DeClue, Marie Tsushima, Denise Kaneshiro, Victoria Aguilera, Christina Pinto, Vice President; Mary Ruprich, Andrea Theisen, Tania Ventura, Angie Jackson, Danielle Johnston, Mar-Mary Buss, Erin Sweeney, Jodene Martin, Charlotte Colon, Alma Olguin, Karen Kreuziger, Barbara Delury, Joey Hernandez, Laura Taylor, Secretary; Ann Marin, Treasurer; Gala Harris, SheHane Chan, Kathy Telleria, Kim Hart.

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Alpha Sigma Nu Alpha Sigma Nu is the National Honor Society of j esuit colleges and universities. The purpose of this society is to honor students of j esuit college and universities who distinguish them selves in scholarsh ip, loyalty, and service and to band together and to encourage those so honored to understand, to appreciate, and to promote the ideals of j esuit education.

President: (Ted) Edward B. Mullen Moderator: Fr. T. Buckley S.J. Gladys M. Aguilar Erin L. Braegger Mary F. Bricken Tracey E. Carillo George Cassar Christopher V. Celentano Fred E. Chavez Matthew A. Demaria Marie A. DiBernardo Thomas C. Dumenjich Raymond). Esparza Catheri ne E. Federle Brian J. Girvin Lynn M . Gottenbos Edward I. Gulyas

Timothy V. Hale Nicholas Hud Loretta G. Howard Michael Irwin Anthony S. Rarrer Molly D. Kretchmar Mark P. Lusnar (Ted) Edward B. Mullen Lisa A. Pagliasotti Michael L. Pease Catherine A. Sanregret Dennis D. Vogel Jennifer J. Vowels Carol J. Weber

Front: Ma rie D iBern ardo, Katie Sa nregret, Ma ry Bricken, Jen nifer Vowels, Moll y Kretc hmar, Ca rol Weber. Back: Erin Braegger, T ed Mullen , M att OeM;~ri a, Fr. Buckley, Lisa Pagliasotti, Catherine Federle, Tom Oumenjich, Brian Girvin.

Psi Chi

Kat ie Sa nregret, Greg Augusty n, G reg Jennings, Elizabeth Lescheid, Co lleen Fafeita.

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Psi Chi is a national honor society in Psychology. It is an affiliate of the American Psychology Association and the Association of College Honor Societies. The purpose of Psi Chi is to advance the science of psychology and to encourage, stimulate and maintain scholarship of the individual members in all fields, particularly in psychology.


Sanctuary . ..

By Juan Mejia

A Question of Humanity or Legality Sanctuary is a movement, in churches, cities and universities, dedicated to providing humanitarian assistance to Central American refugees. Sanctuary is an expression of caring for the persecuted. It means a variety of things, but most importantly, it means taking seriously the Biblical mandate to feed the hungry, clothe the naked, counsel the distressed and uphold justice. The idea of possibly making LMU a sanctuary stemmed out as a project to ereate more s tudent involvement and cut down on apathy, while at the same time helping people who are truly in need. Sanctuary was first presented to LMU at the Student Leadership Conference of 1985. At the end of the conference four objectives were decided as goals for the 8586 academic year by the student leader of the University. One of the four issues chosen was the issue of campus sanctuary, emphasizing the educational aspects of the iss ue. The progress that ha s been made s ince then has been tremendous. Through the Student Senate of ASLMU, Campus Ministry, the Political Science Department, and Chicano Student Services the Campus Sanctuary Movement has evolved. Throughout the year it has brought on speakers to the University, educating the LMU community. We realized it then and still realize it now, before we can actually help anyone, we ourselves must be educated on the issues. Education has and always will be our first priority. Throughout the United States campuses have declared themselves sanctuaries, each with its' own definition of sa nctuary. The ones that are declared are as follows: U.C. Riverside, U.C. Berkeley, UCLA, USC, UC Irvine, UCSB, UC San Diego, Cal State Fresno, UC Northridge, Cal State Long Beach, Brown Univers ity, Claremont College, Pomona College, and many others. Out of the many universities that are sanctuaries, suprisingly no Catholic university has declared itself one. Loyola Marymount would be the first. Cities have also become sa nctuaries for political refugees. Our own city of Los Angeles, along with San Francisco, Seattle, St. Paul, Berkeley, and Cambridge have dedared themselves sanctuaries. W ashington D.C. is about to become the next city and the s tate of Vermont is working on a sta te wide referendum. One must not forget the hundreds of churches (Catholic and Protestant) and synogogues that became the first sanctuaries in the U.S. Arch-Bishop Mahoney

said that his first concern as the new Bishop of Los Angeles is the problem of refugees and he welcomes the Sanctuary Movement. The biggest question over sa nctuary is over its legality. Aiding refugees who have been discovered by the Immigration and Naturalization Service is perfectly legal. In the Refugee Act of 1980, the U.S. adopted as law the s tandards of the U.N. Convention and Protocol on refugees. They guarantee refugees or asylum sta tus to all persons who cannot return to their country of orgin because of persecution for reasons of race, religion, nationality, political opinion, or membership in a social group. Under the Geneva Convention, also ratified by the U.S., it is forbidden to forcibly repatriate those who have fled a country at war. The U.S. government argues that mos t Central American refugees fail to qualify under the Refugee Act because they ca nnot prove that they will be persecuted upon their return. It considers them economic, not political refugees. Only about 2.5% of Salvadoran Asylum requests are approved. Applicants whose petitions are denied are deported. The refugees do qualify under the act. The United Nations High Commissioner for R efugees (UNHCR) has himself protested against the Reagan administration's violation of international and national law through its engagement in what he calls a "systamatic practice" of denial of asylum to those legally entitled to it. There are over 600,000 refugees in the U.S. Over 350,000 are in Los Angeles. There have been 50,000 civilians killed, tortured, or disappear. The civilian deaths in El Salvador are equivalent to 2.5 million Americans being killed by our own government. The refugees are 10% of their countries population, and equivalent to 25 million Americans (everyone in California). This is jus t El Salvador. There are many other refugees from Central America that need humanitarian assistance. Sanctuary is a flexible concept, and sanctuary work takes many forms. Each day there is some new version enacted. U.C. Berkeley has declared itself a sanctuary and as s uch, it is supporting existing sa nctuaries in the area. One j esuit university in the Midwes t has supported a local sanctuary by providing free education to a Salvadoran s tudent. Other universities provide a safe haven for refugees by giving food, shelter, clothing, legal assistance, and raising money bail. Some, like U.Co. Boulder, use sanctuary as a symbol-

ic protest and build it not from an established organization but from committed individuals. The Bill presented to ASLMU's Student Senate which proposes that Loyola Marymount University become a sanctuary for political refugees will be defined as follows: 1. When guests from El Salvador, Guatemala, or any other country are invited by professors or student groups, for educational purposes, they will be offered sanctuary by LMU. 2. Upon acceptance of said sanctuary, officials will not assist the INS in any efforts of apprehension or investigation of any political refugees who are, will be or have been guests of the University. 3. A declaration of sanctuary will be a symbolic protes t against the policy of the INS towards political refugees and U.S. foreign policy in Central America. The Sanctuary Movement's emphasis is, and always will be, education. 4. It s hould be understood that the Campus Sanctuary Movement Organization will coordinate these services and that the Associated Students of Loyola Marymount Univers ity need not involve themselves unless they choose to do so individually. Sanctuary, unlike anything before, can unite thi s campus and allow everyone to participate. Clubs and organizations can all work together for one spefic goal, instead of against each other. Student government will gain the respect and maybe power it has longed for. Fraternities and sororities could use sanctuary as a project to improve the image of Greek life. Students and faculty could work together as one. Sanctuary will show the people in Administration that students do have a say in what goes on around us and we do have power. Most importantly, it will demons trate to everybody that we are a true Catholic University, not only by name, but by action.

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S.A.B.E. S.A.B.E., Student Advocates for Bilingual Education, is a group of future educators who support and promote bilingual education. In addition to students, the organization consists of teachers and other concerned individuals who believe that bilingual education is a significant asset to our educational system. Most of S.A.B.E.'s activities this year have been to rai se awareness on campus about the need for and advantages of bilingual education. Among them are debates and speakers, a fundraiser for the underpriveleged in Mexico, participation in the Los Ninos retreat, our annual teacher-training Montecito workshop in Santa Barbara, and various social events. S.A.B.E. is a unique organization in that it deals with issues that extend beyond the Loyola campus. It is politically based, yet it focuses very personally on the needs of the children.

Standing: Graciela Vigil, Yolanda Lopez, Wendy Robinson, Lisa Valdivia, Litty Flores, Lily Betancourt, Josie Mora, Araceli Espinoza, Seated: Teresita Venegas, Miguel Centeno, Angie Portillo, Anna Mares.

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Members: Angie Portillo, President; Wendy Robinson, Secretary; Kristin Botello, Treasurer, Lety Flores, Publicity; Anna Mares, Patti Obregon, Graaela Vigil, Araceli Espinosa, Elva Chavez, Maria Tostado, Diana T. Hechinger, Christina Hernandez, Renee Schnaath, Angela Szwec, Genie Gil, Faustina Mancilla, Eileen Martinez, Yolanda Lopez, Martiza Ruiz, Lisa Valdivia, Rose Barajas, Mathew De Maria, Jean Ayala, Joann Ayala, Cecilia Carranza.


Mathematics Society

The Mathematics Society is an organization comprised of, but not limited to, mathematics majors. Anyone with a genuine interest in the "queen of the sciences" is encouraged to join. The club's main purpose is to express to the academic community the importance of mathematics in every day life. Their activities include bringing guest speakers in from industry to give presentations. They also have socials in which members and students can get to know one another and the math faculty on more than a classroom experience.

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The English Society, an organization of students of all majors, is designed to stimulate and encourage interest in literature and provide social occasions for conversation, discussion and exchange of ideas. The society offers students the opportunity to broaden their social, intellectual and cultural horizons through such activities as The Annual Costume Party, Fall & Spring Barbecues, Lecture's, Poetry Readings, and Annual Student/Faculty Trivia Bowl.

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Aquatics Club The water sports at LMU are supported by the Aquatics Club. Ernest Sweeney, the club's moderator, started LMU's high-achieving water polo program. Celebrating the team's most s uccessful season, the Aquatics club held a yearend party in the Rec Center. Row 1: Mark Klingsberg, Mike Stauber, Mike Thomas, Bob Carrollo, Row 2: John Carcich, Andy Carrigan, Don Haughton, David Urich. Row 3: Luke DeKansky, Doug Pitts, Scott McPherson, Mario Muxo, Mike Kane, Jim Hurley.

German Club The German Club, a.k.a., " Die Deu tschlanders," is a newly revived and very active club. Members see plays and movies, as well as take part in excursions to the Ok toberfest, Hofbrahaus, and the "Old Country." The purpose of the club is to expose LMU's students to the German culture by taking part in German traditions and ri tuals. Front Row: Donny Kretchmer, Dave McAtee, Suzanne Alexa nder, Jus tine Bruss. Back Row: Mike Riorean, Matt Pryor, Mike Smith, Bryan Costello, Rod Ziegler, Maureen Donovan, Dr. Raymond Burt.

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Na Kolea E malama 'ia na pono ka 'ai na ina 'opio (T he traditions of our people are perpetuated by the youth) LMU is comprised of students from all over the country as well as of man y nations. Because the state of Hawai'i is a major contributor to the University community, Na Kolea was established to provide social activities and services to ease the island student's transition to California and college life. Na Kolea also shares the uniqueness of Hawai'ian culture with the University community, and is open to all students interested in experiencing the "aloha spirit." M onica Domaloan, Momi Lau, Kim Kalua, jadyannc Lee, Ben Jacobe, Jon Santos, Vice President; Luana Yoshikawa, Sheri Osato, Corresponding Secretary; JoyLynn Baura, Deanna Awa, Sandra Siu, Mary Brosnan, Kot Arrocena, Cassandra Veatch, Dennis Bautista, Ken Tcrao, jack Scaff, Mike Fujita, Shirley Ng, Denise Hokamura, Nana Nakano, Garret Tam Sing, John Heier, Scott Ikenaga, Gery Baura, Cora Manuel, Paul Sochiratna, Tammy Rosas, Van Tran, Shannon Boyer, Sheri Sakamoto, Kclli Kclekolio, Ada Kiyabu, Eugenia Smith, Malia Daly, Merri Keliikuli, Kim Wong, Lauric Kunipo, Artie Jim, Martin Magat, Loretta Priolo, Irene Im, Paul Kan, Juliet Alonzo, Recording Secretary; Sharon Hiu, President; Dana Loo, Jeff Domdoma, Lisa Lang, Johanna Conlan, Michele Tsushima, Gina Rickard, Vanessa Villanueva, Debbie N akam ura, Lisa Ohira, Suzy Avala, Reid Suzuki, Ann Yamauchi, Mikela McKeown, Kristi Chang, Mary Bolger, julie Limb, Deanna Barclay, Fr. Killeen, Advisor; Fredrick Sebastian, Lawrence Ahn, Todd Gray, Derek Sato, Chris Lewis, Derick Kato, Oscar Jimenez, Curt Kawata, Cris Caringal, Cheryl Ito, Frank Ramirez, Archie Chu, Julie Chang, Bonnie McAfee, Moana Lutey, Stephan Nakamura, Ty Torco, Doug Miller, Lynda Hernandez, Wendy Tamaki, Greg Akimseu, Dean Chu, Beth Simmons, Michael Callangan, Cecilia Baraquio, Dorothy Wong, April Inouye, Debbie Leong, Kathy Peroff, Staci Larkin, Michele Hussey, Kandy Akina, M elanic Chipeco, George Russell, Lisa Miyamoto, Kckoa Young, Jay Poli to, Lisa Chong Kee, Keith Ellison, Ed Pong, Treasurer; Robert Orinion, Jeff Woodbury, Keith Okazaki, Nancy Au, Advisor.

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The Sweet Sound of Music right: Choral Director Paul Salamunovich below: The 1984-85 combined Chorus performs at Murphy Hall.

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below: The 1986-87 combined chorus sings in the Christmas concert.

The Men's Chorus was established in 1937 by Fr. John Connely, S.j. Since 1964, Paul Salamunovich has directed the Men's Chorus, as well as the Women's Chorus and the mixed Consort Singers, whose leadership he assumed after the 1973 merger with Marymount College. The first celebration of the jubilee was the Men's Chorus' March 12 performance at the National Convention of the American Choral Director's Association in San Antonio, Texas. The event was an honor for the chorus, since only the nation's finest choral groups were invited to perform after competitive elimination. Also celebrating their 50th year, the Chorus held a Grand Reunion concert on March 29. After the concert, a reception and dinner was held for returning alumnis, of whom there are over 600 listed in alumni relations.

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AFROTC

A Flight: Standing: Jeffrey Woodbury, Paul Hahn, P. Stauber, Janet Northup, Antonio Gi n cr, j oel Baldus , Alice Krohn, Ralph Wood, Michael Sullivan. Kneeling: M ichael M an tong, juliet Alonzo, M . Alcorn, Kenneth Warcholik, Tony Vcngel.

B Flig ht: Sta nding: David Unmack, Colette Chcrpin, David S impson, Andrew Zeihe n, Mich ael Roach , H enry Fairtlough, Da le Fox, Robert Schlcgell, Dea n Sacca, M elanic Leong . Kneeling: C. Irvin , j am es Truji llo, Reid Suzuki, Mi chael Bolan, Bern ad ine Sis n eros .

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Mi ddle: Cadet T ony Vengel, Cadet Reid Suzuki, Cadet D ea n Sacca, Ca ptain Steve Gab ri el, and Cadet Alice Krohn o utsid e Foley. Above: M sg t Willi e Bennett, Ssgt Oscar Kn ock, Ssg t Al Coba, Donna H ouse, Departm ent Secre tary. Ri ght: Capt. Steve Gab riel, Ass t. Professor of Aeros pace Stud ies.


C Flig ht: Standing: R. Auld, D. Vey, G. Deisinge r, F. Link, j. MacHa rg, ]. Hill, M. Walker, C. W alton, D. Boyer, ). Mays, ]. Ben y, K. Brazea l. Kn eeling: P. Diaz, E. Smith, P. Costas, C. Al va rez, G. Ha rris, B. Collins.

Thursday Cadet Corps Staff: Capt. S. Pestana, John Pope, Charles Cha mbers, M ich ael Sheppard, M ike M atranga, Ivan Ov iedo, Joseph Hoffma n, W illiam Olien, John Zentner.

D. Flight: Standing: J. Doss, K. Lee, C. Furbee, D. Spalding, P. La ndaas, D. Burton, D. Ji menez, H. Park, R. Ma rtinez, B. Rodger. Kneeling: S. King, C. Tra nberg, R. Black, C. Lim, T. Sugiha ra, ). Biederman . Colonel Ma rtin Fricks, ROTC Western Area Comma nder; Capt Ste ve n Pestana, LMU Comma nda nt of Cadets; Col Glenn Perry, LMU Detachment Commander

E Flight: Sta nding: E. Mounsey, E. Schlemmer, J. Pa k, D. W agne r, R. R<1mos, D. Ross, S. C hoi, J. Mci lroy, L. Mikita, N . Kishi, R. Neitz. Kneeling: S. G rable, J. Man cuso, K. Rhoades, B. Br<1dley, R. W ilrfield, P. Mosley. Saturday Cadet Staff: J. Moy les, T . Vaughn, T. Thomas, C. Stewa rt, R. DeStasio, S. Cus<1ck, J. Zentner, C<1det Corps Comma nder

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Circle K

College is more than scholarship-it's a good time; it's getting to know others; it's finding out who you are; it's trying to make a meaningful contribution in a world that wants us to wait. Circle K provides a unique opportunity for reaching each of these goals. Circle K is a service organization which consists of college men and women who share an interest in improving their world through active involvement both on campus and in the community. Circle K offers leadership opportunities, organizational skills, and warm friendship. Circle K also promotes awareness in personal growth and social problems. Most importantly, the members are challenged to find the solutions to those problems.

Knights Of Columbus

Above Standing (1-r): Angie Castellana, Mary Medina, Kathy Sena, Donald Haughton, Fabi Flores, Jessica Lynch, Mary Ng, Maria Lopez, Eileen Der, Debbie Ford, Angelica Valenzuela, Leeanne Berry, Tom Paulos. Kneeling (1-r): Cathleen Brown, Mary Bricken, Priscilla Hernandez, Karen Merdian.

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lgnatians

Fronl: Gary Ohashi, Tom Wilcox, j ohn lim, j ohn Anchela, Annelle Ugliano, lorclie Villarele, Janel Albers, Noelle Richa rd, Elvira Robles, M aria Maesles, laurel Flynn, Bonnie Phelan . Second row: Greg Crawford, Tony Cassar, Rodney Dooley, Joe Pelro, Armand Thruslon. Third row: Joelle Greene, Carrie Phelan, Shawna Monon, Shari Younki n, Julie Chang, Sus.1n Alexander, Penny I laney, Kay Tomashek. Back row: james Gra noski, Sieve Donnelly, Rima Navickas, Ka1hy Dean, Marianne Manci ni, Ca1hy Quallrochi, Cecilia O ' Brien, Mindy Sandoval, Ca~ hy Keenan, Kelli C layton, Tim Leavey, Ted Mullen, j oe O'Hannigan, T ony Caramagno, Mike l udwig.

Below right: Making new friends at the first retrea t held at the Bird Nest. Below: " Doing lunch" on the bluff.

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The LMU lgnatians are composed of 25 male and 25 female members who provide assistance at LMU's on and off campus events such as parties, alumni functions, blood drive and basketball games. They are both the youngest and the only co-ed service organization on campus. The goal of all lgnatians is embodied in the prayer of their namesake, St. Ignatius of Loyola, and

is read at the beginning of each meeting. Teach Us, Good Lord to give and not to count the cost; to fight and not to heed the wounds; to toil and not to seek for rest; to labor and not to ask for any reward save that of knowing that we do thy will.


Gryphon Circle is an honorary service organization of 30 young women who serve and assist the students and faculty of LMU, as well as the local community. Founded in 1962 by the Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary (RSHM), Gryphon Circle began their work serving Marymount College, and today, by their generous time and effort, continue to meet the demands of an ever-growing university.

Bdow left: Kathleen Ruddy. Suzanne M ora, jo Korson and Shawna Paut sch try to seal their M & M 's. Below: Jane Pflaum and Kathy Stowell take a break from their retreat. Below right : Beth Erlinger and Lisa Piumetti climb a tall, tall tree.

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Moderator: Sr. Peg Dolan, RSHM President: Lisa Piumetti Vice President: jo Korson Activities Director: jane Pflaum Treasurer: Kathleen Ruddy Secretary: Lori Perrotta Historian: Marie Crawford

Back row: Kathleen Ruddy, ~hawna Pautsch, AnnMaric Stanford, Teresi to Moules, Julianne Barry, Funces Cousi ns, Amy Edmonds, Marie Cr.twford, Therese Cr.Hvford, Jo Korson. Middle row: Rachel Shelton, Cindy S mith, Molly McDonald, Kelly Palmer, Annette Smith, Lucille Sadler, Beth Erlinger, Patti Dugan, Kathleen Stowell, Lori Perrotta, Sr. Peg. Bottom: J.>ne Pflaum, Lisa Piumetti, Michelle Guinn, Regina Sabatasso, Jackie Linehan, Teresa Cardona, Lena Totah, Deirdre Schneider, Mary L1hickcy.

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Lisa Pagliassotti, President; Margaret O'Malley, Vice-President of Activities; Erin Braegger, Vice-President of Assignments; Martha Casares, Treasurer; 'Barbara Hanley, Secretary.

Loyola Marymount Belles is a service organization comprised of fifty sophomore, junior and senior women. The Belles were started almost thirty years ago as the offi cal hostesses of the University - the members selected from neighboring women's colleges. Fr. Alfred Kilp was, at the time, and still today, the Belles chaplain. Kim Benoit is the moderator. The purpose of the Loyola Marymount Belles

is to provide voluntary service to the LMU community. Each Belle is required to donate a minimum of thirty hou rs per semester to LMU. They are visible during the Blood Drive, open house, alumni func tions, graduation, and other events. Belles also raise money and provide service for the Ridgestone Centec for abused children.

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Ciorh. G regory 213 C irOI>k i. jen11ifer 29. 135 Cla ncy. BriM\ Clarizio. M.rry 87, 212 Clark. ),\ni ne 125 Clark. Kevi11 Clark. M.>roa Clarke. Alexander Claol-.e. D•y>lon Claylcr . David Calyoon. Kello 210 Clihon. George Clihon. Phalocia Clinton. P.orrck Cochr.m. Karen Cochrane. Carol Coduoi , Marcella Cody. M ay,o 87 . 182. 187 Coggin, Crrol 125 Cohc, M cli»a Cohe11, Rod11ey Cohe11. Sabrina 218 Colanono. Scou 28 ColloJrd, Catherine Collreo , Lmoly Collrn•. Alo<a Collrn>, Bradley Collin>, Jennofeo Collins, laura 123 Collin-.. Mary 29 Collin~. Su73nnc Colo11, Charlouc 197 Colucd . S repha11ie Colwell. Kevi11 87, 138

Conrow, Todd Consolo, Ralph 140, 213, 216 Conslans, Bryan 87, 213 Conoh, Denis• Contrcr~ s. Anita &7

Conlrc,.s. Helen Contrcr.u. Gina 2J Conwa)'. Chtistint

Conway. Kevin 2 Conway. paorrci• 182 Cook. Raymond 87 Cook. Sus•n 67, 126 Cooley. Paul 87 Coon . Barbara Coon. Nancy Cooper. Carol Cooper, Deborah 19, 41 Cooper . Elaine Cooper . Mary Cooper . Rahcel 20. 21 Copeland, Thomas 87, 184 Coplan. Francone Cordero. Elrubcrh Cordovan•. Tony 187 Corduba. Monoo Cornell, Rochaod Corral, George 196 Corral, Leo 182 Corral, Lorena 139, 141, 187 Corral, So>tenes 87 Corrado. Rafael Cossellini, Daniel Cossctti ni. LitJa Cossios. Maria Costa. Liseue Cos rcllo, Bryan 28. 41 , 87, 119. 202

Cosoello. Elo .. beoh 19, 180 Cosoigan. Margaret Cora. M ochael Coutt . Dcn•tJc Coui. Carolann Coui. Caohi 28 Couce. Raquel Counl>, Coleue Cou•in•. france> 2 11 Covi ng ton, Joannol Cowden, Gretchen Cowen. M ;u thcw

Cowell. Chri stopher 50 Cowen . M ark Coyne, Roselyn 1<10 Crahan, Thomos Cr•ig. Davod 193 Craig. EloO>t Cramer . Elo7aberh Crawford , Marie 40, 87. 193. 211 Crawlord . Therese 211 c,.wford. Gregory 153. 210 Creogan. Lyn n 87 Criss"'an , T l l'<'i 126 Crib~m a n , Trh.h3

Cr nkovich. j ulie Croh s , ja ne 2 18 Croix, Daniel Cro>by. julie Crow, Susan 188 Crowder. John Crowley. joseph 27 Crowley. MargarCI Crowley, Soephanoc Crum, Cecilr• 2. 153 Crump, Laoricio 192 Cou7, Darrd 184 Cru1 . Ccr.,ldine Cua. Jon Cuenca. jaime Cueva!lo, Arrn;_u\dO c " rr. Jo;o nic 87 C\lllen, C onig Culli>on. Flor.l 133 Cumming ... Tim Cumrnin .. , Paul Cunningh.lnl , jamc(o,

Cunnongham, N1li Curan1eng. Morlcno 87 Cur id . Socorro 184 Curran, Donoelle 29, 140. 218, 227 Curran , Hugh 28, 193 C urr.ln, l>cr11n 2, 216

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Connor . Komhcrlee 19

Dai ley, Tami Daily, M ary Oainko. Mike 216 0•1 Ponte, David Oalrymplc. Brucc 27 Daly. Malia 21. 203 Daly. Timothy D' Andrea, Jodi 143. 180 D"Andrta, john Dao, Buuldnh Darensbourg. Faydra Darrington, Du ng 29 Dasa n. Angie 193 David. M arybcoh D.·w il<', Arturo Oaiv•. Charino Davi s, Glenn DavitJ, Laura Davis. Rhonda Davisson. Judy Oaviu , Mochacl 88, 213 Day, Cathy 2. 142 Day. Mary Day. Terrance 142 De Grandi.. Su7ann< Deal. Michelle 88 Dean. julie Dean. K01hy 141 , 153, 192, 210 Dean, Timot hy Deanda, Gabriela 123 DeCl ue, Jacqueli ne 184, 197 OeFauh, Dove 50, 51 OeFran<e>CO. Mary DeGeorge. rr.,nziska DeGrandis. Suzanne 133 DeCrool , Cary 88 OcCurs•. David DeCutman, Marilou 21 Deisher , Monica O.Jardin. Robero O.Kan•ky. Lukas 5 2. 202 De La Cru7, Adroana De La Cru7, l..lsaleue 88 Del.1ney, Thomas 145 De La Riv.,, Ofelia ISO Del Saito, Kristin Del lliaggio. Wi lliam Del Campo, Robert De Leon . C.rrol 18 Oelgodo, Deni se 58 Delgado, Eli>Obeoh Delgado. Rosa Deli,le. Doane 0.1 L.• Rocta, Dana 88 O.llorro. Franca 64 O.lonais. Victor,. Deluca. Anthony Oclury, Barbara 197 DeMaroa, M auhew 60, 88, 198 Oemchal , Casey Demirjian , S tephen DeM o•'· Timothy Demp>ey. Thomns 2, 188 Den i>h. Andre., 58, 140 Dennison , tlriJn lSO Oennhon . Kyle Oeno. Su<an 29, ISO Oep.Ure, lleoh Ocr . Elieen 2, 153, 209 Derby. john 26 Otoungton. o.na DeRuyter . Su-.n 18, 19. 41 O.sjardrn•. Danielle 29, 103 O.>rnond. john De>lorch. Bar bar • Dever , Ch.rrles Dever icl,, Robert OeVio,, , Gin,, 2 18 DeVito, Lo"i> DcViu , Andrea 28 Devlin, (ileen 88 DeVoe. j.oy 213 Oewhur>l Dehr,, Oewhur>l Don,,ld DeYoung. Rachel 88 Dez•o. jo,eph Diamond. Kevrn Diamond. Nocole 20, 21 . 135. 252 Di.n. (}Yu.l Oia7. rranl 196 Oia7. Pedro 24 Dia1, Reina 138

Dillon. joh n Dillon. )\llieann Dines. James Oion . Sean 26, 27 Oi~antc. Uu Disbro, Deborah 58 Oioulloo, losa Oivinagoacia, Dolores 182 Dixon , Kcnny Dixon. Richard 143 Diu. Marinctlt

Do. Truong Doa. Baoki nh 21 Dobrino , Marian ne

Dobson, )eo1nifer 19 Dodd, Kevin Dodley. Rodney 88. 192, 2 10 Doell , Chrisoopher Doherty. Chris tine 29, 193 Doheroy, Jennifer 19, 193 Doheroy. Moura 20, 21 Dohr. Anthony Dolan. Mary 60. 61 Dolan. Robero 26. 143 Dolan. Wolloam Oomaloan. Monica 41 , 88, 203 Oomdom•. )err rey 203 Domeno. Timothy Domi ngue~. Michael Domi ngue~. N.mcy Domville. Christine Donahue, Mich ael 56 Donegan. James Donnelly. Steven 88. 210 Donneb. Chriso Donovan, Marl Donovan, Mary 88 Donovan, Maureen 2, 40, 88, 119, 202

Donovan. Trn1o1hy 252 Donovan. Wolloam 54 Doolin. Cynthia 192 Doolin , Paooicl 192 Do• mer , Scou Dor~ctt. J;lme!'l

Dosr., lik. Denise Dory. N31a,ha Dougherty, Doreen 2 12 Douglas. C.urco Dougla;,, jame> Doulaki>. Chris topher Oowd . Pauicia Down>, Anne 29. 145 Down ~. Chu~l

Downs. Dermou Down,, Mauhew 88 Oowm>, Thoma' Doyle. Melissa 89

Doyle. Susan Drago. M ichacl D ragovich . Jeffrey Drake. j anice 29 Ooaybuck. Su•·"' Drcn11ar1, Kelley 16 Oubi11 , Shepherd DuBose. Deponda DuChene. Deni>e OuFauh , Oavod Duffey. Mochelle 29 Dugan, Angclo Dugan, Palrocoa 28, 41 , 89, 193, 211 Dulay Ill . Robero OumenJirh. Thomas 89, 145, 198 Dumlao. Cooalono Duncan, 17761 Andre• Oungca, Dorothy Du nn. U:,a D lmn. M.11)'.U\ ne 49 D unn. Raydoel le 43, 64 Dusce. 0.1mon

O uuon . juliet Ouvctt . Sh.-unnJ Dwyer . Laura 43 Dye. Stacie 252 Oyle•. M•ry 43

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Lba 193 Edmond,, Amy 2 11 Edo. )o>eph Edward>. Troy 1•15 Egan , Chri,linc 22 EgerJige, Emilio Eggers lrom. Ken 25, 135, 252 Egger . Rebecca Eas,gcu .... o .. wn Eid-.on . Tlocre>C l:~>enh.•m<r . Ro.,.,ro 133 lllund, Bruer [lonral, Jon 140

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Elias, Charles Ell. Robert 27 Elliot, Alexandra Elliot, Todd Elloott, Christoph~r Elliott, J<llrey lllis, Terrence SO Ellison, Keith 203 Elpcdes, Bernard El,ner, Keith 89 Elsonb.1ty, Noha Emechcte, Chinodu 89 Emond, Robert Emory. Daniel [natsu, Hideaki Encinas. Edward lnd•ra. Jorge [nderle, francis Enderle, John Enriquez, Marc (n>her, Ellen 89, 212 En~minger, Margaret Entenm.lnn, Ari.1na Epstein. Lisa Erockson, James 89 Erickson. Louise

Erlandson, Eric Edinger. Beth 211 lrlinger, Karen Ervin, G regory Crvin, Venah E.calantc, Patricia 218 Escarciga, Laura

Escobar, Lu1 Escudero, lsabd [spar7a, Morcedes Espor>a, Raymond 89, 198 [spono, C•rlito 26 [spinosa. Araceli 135, 200, 252 lspino>a, David [spiritu, Alan Espiritu, Patricia

Esposito, Kate 193 Cspo,ito, Mo ry Esposito, Mollie Esposito, Patrice 2J Esprabens, Marc Estrada, Xochitl 2, 89, 194 Estrella. Reudl Evans. Marious

Evans. Michele 89 Everetl. Lauren Everett, Sha nnon Everitt, Chad Evran, Wendelyn

Fields, Lara Fields. Michelle 19 Figutro.l. Mon1que Finigan, M eighan 29 Finigan, Paula 212 Finton, Mary 89, 218

Firpo, Julie Fisch. Clancy 193 Fi schbach. Fernando Fisher, Gerald Fisher, G race risher, Joy Fitch, Eric 142 Fitzgerald, Anne 188, 193 Fitzgerald, Matthew 122 Fitzgibbons, George 56, 89, 216 Fitzgibbons, lawrence 216 Fitzhugh. Brian 192 Fitzpatrick. Brendan Fitzsimmon!t, Michael Flam ing. Todd 190 Flanagan, Erin 90, 2 12 Flannery, Margaret Flannery, Martha Fleck. Kimberly 21 fleischaker, Stephanie 70 Fleming, John 90 Fleming, Ronald Fletcher, Teresa Flippen, Michele Flodin, Elizabeth 218 Flohr, Susa n Florczyk, David Flores. Alma Flores, Carolina 90, 145 Flores, Cynthia Flor~. Cynthia Flores. David 196 Flores, Fabiola 203 Flores, Kevin Flores. Uilani 200 Flores. Mario Flores. Ricardo Flores, Yolando 196 Flornes. Brian Flynn, Jeannie 90 flynn, laurel 90, 210 Flynn, Matthew Flynn, Shannon 90, 2UI, 229 Flynn, Thomas Flogel, Mary 90 Foley, Kimberly Foley, M ichele 90 Floey, Susan 193 Folga, Deni>e 21 Fondimoana, Kirk

f Fafeita, Colcen 89. 198 Fairtlough, Henry 89, 206 Faist, Christina fake, Deborah falconell•. Marc fanning, Paul fanoe, Patricia 218 farley, kelly 28 rorrah, Anne 21, 193 Farrar, V.1lerie r,,,, Wendy Favaricl le. Kel ly Feather stone. Laura Federle, Catherine 89, 198, 212 Fehn, M•rk fehn, Mochael feot, Paul fekete, Margaret relke, Julia relix. Elizabeth felix, Tfodoro fcllingham, Sue felt . Lori 2J fera, Eli>abeth l crguson, Peter 190 Fermin. Ada 89 Fer mon, Zjleika 89 fernande>. Barbara f crnandez.Desi ree 89 I co nandez. Elia rcrnande1, Gi l fer na ndcz, Joh n Fc1 nJndet, Patricia

rer nandC?, Zeyda Ferrante, Richard 24 reu.uer, Ann 19 rerr.arl, w.lham Ferrero, Renee 89 rerros, Joyce rerrone, Cli>abeth 89 r err y. Michael r;,,(a, Andrew

246

Fontana, r red 90 Ford, Deborah 29, 41 , 193, 209 Ford, Jeffrey Forestal, Merilcf Forsberg, Katherine 187 Fors ter, Christa 29, 140, 212 Fort, Andrea 49, 90 For tunat, Moniquc Fosdick, Michelle 19 Fosket, Mattnew Fotinos, Mary 22, 23 Foudy, Mary Fournier. ThomiU Fovos, John Fowler, William Fox. Dale 206 Fox, Janice Foxworthy, Br ian 133 Fraher, Kevin Francis, Matthew 90, 213 Franco, Eddie Franco, Joscphanie franco, Michael Franco, Mi ssy 187 Francuz, Joseph Franklin, Paul Fransen, Ctu istinr 64 Fraser, j ames

Fraticelli, Carl Frayne, D.wid Frazier, ChriMinc 90

Frazier, Jim 24

Freathy, Deborah Fredericks, Tomothy Freeman, Negretta French, Jennofer Frey. John Frey. Kelly 43 Frias, Sonja 19 J:riedlander. Jayne frisch. John 90 Fritz. S1evc Fritzenkottcr, loll 64, 90, 218 Frilzenkotter. Rcnr 28 Fryer, JeHrey 76 Fuchs. laura 23 Fuchs. Maroarn 133, 193 Fujita, Michael 203 Fuller, C hmtin,l 21 Furbee, Cl11 i•tOJ>h(•o

furlong, Roger

g Cabr icl , Brian 25 Ctlhncl, Irwi n C.>br iele, Tnomas Cage. Christina Caggero. Gillian 21, 142 Gagnon. Stephen Caon<s, Corey Calatr, Gianni 28 Galbraith, Lisa Calc, Liz 60 Gale, Mary lea»i, Joan na Calier, Pete Gallagher, Catherine Callogher, Michelle Gallaher. Timothy Callar>O, Mark Gallivan, Robert Gallucci, Christine Calosic, Annette 90 Galvan, Consuelo

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C.1lvan, L1ura

C.1lvin, Cheli to 142 Gamboa, Guadalupe 28, 193 C,omboa, Monica 29 Gamboa, Patricia 29, 193 Came, Scan Ganalon, Kathleen Gandara, Thelma Garcia , Edith Ga rcia, laura 196 C<Hcia, l.ourdcs Garcia, lucila G.Hci.l, Luzmaria 12.3 C.uci.>, Michael Carcio, Nellie 193 G.:ucia. Peter

Carcoa, Rafael Co1rcia. Rosa Co1rcia. Suzette Garcia, Catalino 184 Gardiner, Elisa 90 C.,rdincr, Kristi n

C.:udncr, Lcbha CMgaro, Stephen Gar nier , Mario Caron, Jeanne Caron, Mary Carol 41 Carvin, James 26 Caspooo •. Debra Catbunton, Michael 12J Cathers, lric Cather~. ll >nk 65 Cat ic,,, Robert 90, 180 Gauerke. Louisa Gaumer. Michael SO, 51 Gayer, Bry.1n 64 Cayer, john Cebremariam. Tsegaz.. b Ctag,ntHtr. janint Ceo~er,

Monica Cel tmachcr. Mary Ccluk, Kathleen 90 Ccno, Jennifer 90 Ccrh.ud t, Ca rolyn Cermaill, Ki mberly Gerry, Christine Cershenbaum, Heidi Cervaso, Fabio Ghanem, Catherine Ciacob••-"i, Kathryn C oannin , Kristen 91, l27, 218 Giardi no, Stacey Cibb>. David Cib>on, Karen 29 Cib>on, S teph anie 28, 192 Gil, Cugenia 9 1 Gilbert son, Jeffrey 25 Gi ll. Sharon 19 Gillette, Michael 28 Collette, Ronald Crmple, K•ren 22 Condy, Sherief Goner, Antonio 206, 216 Ci n»auskas, Michele Giny.ud, Rochelle Giorgio, Mary Ann Cip,on, Kath leen Ci oic,, lillian 91 Cirvon, Brian 36, 37, 42, 91, 814, 198 Gouloano, Joseph CJMa, rrank Cl.d,teon, Marcos 91 Gladys>, Victor Gl.~.,.,. l..i'a (;(,,.,ford, Karen C:l.uuiir\i, S teven 27

Clean, J.>me> Cliksman, Mary Closser, Jeffroy 91, 213 Cloudeman. John 91, 193 Cloyd, Loo Cluck. lngood Godin, Francone 91 Godin, Marine 19 Codlew>ki, KMherine Goettsch , Jeff Cohdes, DM>ciel Colden, Julie 31. 04, 138 Goldmann. Gerald 25, 40, 213 Goldstein, LJ\vrtnct Colem, Carold Gomez, Bertrand Gomez, Cyntho• 22 Comes. Laur.J 40, 228 Comes. p_,triCI3 Gomez. Rich.Hd 91. 216 Gomez, Stevcll 26, 143 Gonzales. Chmtina 58 Gonzales. Faoth 91 Gonzales. Michael Gonzales, Renee 188 Conulez, Costona Conulez, Cdoberto 27 Conulcz, EduJrdo Conz.ale1, lui> 91 Goodwin. John 24 Goodwin, Theresa Cooley, ERi n Cordon, Arny 19 Core, Catherine 21 Corman, Mclanoe Goshen, Burntstmc Cottenbos, lynn 189, 198 Could, Kenney Goulde. Krrsten Goulde, Mar11uerote Goulding, Jennifer Couw, PeniS t95 Crac:zyk, Matthew Grado, Maria [lena Crafitti, Mark Graham, Nicole 21, 117 Graham, Peter 27, 190 Grana, Too 29 Cranoski. James 2, 91, 188, 194, 210

Crasmchr, Cwcndoly Gray, Todd 25, 203 Greaney, John Grecco, lisa Greco, Gina 9 1 Greene, Joclle 210 Greene, Paul• Greene, Re1auna 91 Greene, Susan Greenhut, Ko s 91 Cre<"r. Shouiannt C regg. wylola Gregoi re, M arc G regor, J>aul Griego. Susan Crienauer, Michael 91, 2JJ Griffee. Srott Griffith, Brian Grijalva, Julie 18, 189 Grimley, Thomas Crimm, Kevin

Grimmett, )>ne Grippe, C hristine G risanti, Kelly Croom, Jen llifcr Cros, Bettina Cross, Susan Cros.man, Peter Grove, Kathleen 19 Grover, Adelfa 91 CuMinu, llohn Cuay, Daniel Guerra, Jcanneuc Guerra, Philip

Guerrero, Elhta

91

Guido, MMy 28 Guillory, Michelle 193 Guinn, Michelle 91, 211 Guirguio>, Lisa Gullett, Eoc Gullo, Deana Gullo. Renee 42, 92, 145 Gullotti, Mike Gulya,, Edward 188, 198 Guanan to. Jngl)iM 195 Gun,lWolll, Olo.mny 92, 195, 237 GundcJ>on, Jocly Gurrola, Manuel Cushcc, Stephen Cutitrrtl, Danacl

Cutitlltl, C11~tlda Cutic• rcl, hv1cr Cuticnrz. Laur.J Cutierro7, Sylvia 196 Cutn\an, J\rJccli Cuznlan, C hcr yl 92

Cu1man. Lucretia

Gutman, Michael Cuno, Gina Gwynn, Jeffr~y 193

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I Jocl.ett, ;\dam llocl.wor th, Julie lladdad, Rita 92 II•K·ln, Shana 28 ll.>gedorn, Kristin 19 ll.>gemann, Christine 70 llasopian. Antranik I Jahn. J'.wl 206 I Ia kala, Tracey 92 llakanen. Erik II alas•, Christopher 11.1le, Timothy SO. 5 1, 92, 198 llall, Consuelo llallbach, Andrew 92 llalle, Christopher I Iaiii weii, Steven llalls rn.ln, Kathleen ll.lbh. joh n 24 ll.lmann , Lisa 152, 186 llamclberg, Heide ll.lmilton. Aimee llamolton, David ll.lmolton, Kerry 19 llamolton, Kimberly 192 llamrlton, Rex l l.>molton, Thomas ll.>mlett, Tristan I tomlfnatt. Zoe l ltHlHncr;;, Christ i n~ 49

I J.>mmerS. John I l;ommctt, Christopher I Iampton. Michael ll.lndclman. Lawrence ll•ney, Margaret 210 IIJnley. Barbara 92, 212 llandsh. Michael 25, 187 ll,•n,ell Jr .. Richard 184 I tln,cn. M;nian 92 l l.ln .,cn, Mich.l(•)

l lar"en, Timothy 56 ll .>n;on, Christopher 216 lt .uidm.ln. Cara

I largr.we, Erik Harlan. Jay llorley. Louis 92 !Iarmon. Mary 28 lbrmon, William

II.Hold, Meli ssa H.upcnau, John 92, 213 I Jarri.lguc, Jorge ll .urington, Robi n 29 II Mri>, Angie 184 I t.uris. Brita

llarri ,, Gala 92, 197 llarr os, James llarros. Nancy lboois. Wendy llarri;, Zandra llart , Allison Hart , fy,,nne llaot, Kimberly 197 I IMtingcr, El isa ll.ut ley, Anne 2 12 ll.uvey, Kimberly llas.mkesuma, Monica 92, 237 lla-.noehrl, Erik 41 llaskdl. Katherine I Iouck, Charmian llauerwaas, Diane 2, 92, 138, 187 !Iaughton Jr., Donald 2. 52, 53, 153, 202, 203 llau><r. Paul 92, 213 llawkes. John 92 llowkr.. Sally I fawn. Suunnc lla•ala. Tracey 136 I lay, Paul I lay,, Matt 216 ll.>ygood. Elizabeth llealy. Kathleen 92, 127, 218 l le.,ly, M ichael l lc.unco,, D.uin I lear rean. Richard !Ieath, Laura IJS, 252 IIebert, Deanna IIebert, Nathalie llecht, Monica lledock. Kimberly lleodelman. William lleoer , John 92, 117, 203 Hei nen Jr .. Williano Heller, Angela 141 llcl ler, joel 145


llelmi, Nahed I ft lt7rr . UwrenC'C

llr nden. Kimhrrly 92 llcnderson. Orr,. ce llcndcroon. Robyn llendrix. S<ott 50, 138 Hendy. Carla Henry, Paula llcpp, Mari• Herber1, Narh.1lre 212 llerkenhoH. Andrienne Herlihy, c.ryn 28. 193 Iter mo;illo, Su,ana llr1 n~1ndez. AmpM o

llern•ndez, CyniiH• llern.>ndez, Desuce 141 llern.mde>, Fernando HcrnM>dez. )o<eph 184 , 197 llt•rnandez. Lynda 203 lternandc.. Mario llernande1. Prbcill• 93, 203 Hernandez. Rose llcrn.mdez. Ru1h lleroncmus. K.m 193 lte .. ed, john Hc11e13, Gabriel., 23 lle11<ra. Laura 2. '1, 39, 134, IJS, I S7. 2S2 llerr t rJ , Matthew ll eooe,, Michele I leo wcg. Gregory 11<17. L>u oencc 2<>. 41 llewoll, David llewoll, Michael llewrtt, Paul 27 lletlep. John llihlwd, D.wid Hickerl. Ca11ic 22 I llckey ) r.. ) o >eph llocl..s, )o>cph Hog•. )eHrcy llrgh>haw, Ralph I llghlower, Kimberly ll ildrcrh , Diane I till , Angela 21 I 1111. llaine I 1111, judy 2fY7 Holt , Roseanne I 1111, Sabrin,, 28 I lilt , Teresa I lilt, )ames lluuhcliffe. Sharyn 23 llu11. William llol< h . Michele lliu , S haron 2. 93, 203 Ito. Lnno 2 1 Ito. Glenn llo. Mai Ito, Monica 23 !lo, Pauock Ho, Pa11y lloh ..on, Fr.1nci .. 149 I lodge', Ro nald 2, 3, 93, 127, 144, 145, 188, 235 lloed, john lloeg<'l", Kirslin I loHman, )o>eph 2C17 H nffrn.>n, Kimberly 93 lloffm.ll>. K.uherinc Hoffner , )ill llot;Jr>, Kelley 218 I logan, Pauicia 93 I lohman. john llohn, Laura 93, ISS l loh n>lein , Bclind.1

Hougham, Karen House, S<ott Housh , )ennofcr 23 Hou; ron, Bernadette 93 llousron , Karhlecn 29, 13, 252 Hov.1ne"''i.H\, M;~udc 122 Hovey. 1'.1ul Howard, Jennifer Ho ward. I orella 93, 149, 198. 212 Howdc, s .,.ah 18 Howe, D.lmon Howe, Kevin Howe, Srephen Howdl,, Rhoanon ltoyr , Amy H, ieh, Tung An 93 I bieh. Yen 93 llsu. Phylli, I l uang. Liang Fu Huang. Wen· T>f Huang. Wrlloam Huang. Ycr·Chung Huanc, Anne 212 Huber , Michelle 93 l lublou, I lolly Hud, Nichol,,, 198 Hud>on, lauu Huff man, Karen Huffm,ln , Mary Huggon>, llelly Hughe,, Gerald Hugh<'. Tiffa ny Hughc,, William 50. 93 Hui, Chung Huic. Mondy Hui7do,, Michelle H umber, Anrhony llume. Deborah ll umccke, Bc1h ltummcl , G regory Humphror>. Sandra Hunl, Bolly 93 Hunler. P.lUI 93, 143 I hord. ) eHocy Hurley. BdM, Hurley, )amc' S2. 93, 202 Hurley. Mark Hursl, , h,>nnon 218 Hurt. Ann llun,,, Lyne11c 21. •13 Hussey. M ichele 28. 203, 212 Hutdu ..on , J~n\rS

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lncrny, Dan 2b Infantino. K.urn 29 lnjaru,orn. C h;uvul

lnkel, joe 2S Inouye. AJ>ril 18, 203 l nojyc, Kimberly Ireland, john 136, 184 Irwin. Kl'VIO 04 Irwin, Mr\..e 94, 198 Irwin, P.und. bahrll.1. AIM> 121 Ito. Cheryl 203

J.cohr Jr., Bcnjamon 203 Jacobs, Barbara Jacobs. )e•n jacobsen. Kurl ) acobson. ) ohn ).>coby, jean )acovidcs. Ale•h logger. Kathleen ).>ggcr, Kimhrrly ),,.me. Marla ).lime. Tanya ).>kovljevic. M.u g"ero ).lllccck, D.1niellc Jaramillo, Lori )arcy. Coislin )a,\..ulak. Srcfan 94 Jech , )ames jenkins, Eric 94 jenki ns . Fred 2S )enkons. S taci 29 Jennong>. Greg 1'12, 198 )ennongs, Ralph 94 )crl..ov>ky, Mono<.> )om, Anhur 149, 203 Jimenez. Oscar 13S. 203, 252 Jimenez. Phillop 194. 196 ) b on. Rafael ) o hr. Blau ) o hn>en. Michelle 9 4 john~on. Aaron )ohn>on. Craig )ohmon. Cur li' 137 )ohn>on. David ) o hn,on, Heodo Jo hnson. )ennofcr Johnson, )onda

Joh n~on. Ka rcn )ohn,on, Sracy )ohn,on, Tom,,,, o4. 145. 218 )ohn.on, Wendy )ohn,lon. Danoellc 28, 29, 197 )ommcr, Nancy 1'13 )one>, Angela 94, IS3, 192 )one>. C hri slino 20. 21 )one>. Daniel Sb )ones. Gloria 94 )one>. John ) o ne>. Michael )one>. M ich.>el )one>. Pa ulo )one>. Richard Jordan . Carmela 28, 41 Jo rdan. Deborah 212 ) ood.>n, )acquclrn< '14 )oyer, lsahrlla 94 joyce, Julie Juoucz, Oian<t 9•' )unghein>, lba 94

I< Kadlec. joseph '14. 21o K.>hler. Michael K.rhn. l'aul 2S K."'hnamoui. Uchrt1d 184 K.li..,, Samuel K.la,('r , Rober 1 Kaldcnbach . Kenncrh K.1le1a, Victoroa K.,hy, Diana 28 Kalua, Kim 2 1, 203 Kami n, ki , M a11hew 136 K.m. Paul 136, 193, 203 Kandalcc, Ca1hy Kane. Michael S2, 202 Ko1nc~hiro. Ocnl .. t• 9~1. 19? K.mc.. hiro, JuHc 9<1

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Kemp, Shannon Kemp, Sonya 9S Kend.1ll , K.uhryn 9S Ken11edy, Lli"aberh 123, 2 12 Kennedy, )o,eph Kennedy, Kasey Kennedy. Kevin Kennedy. Krr slin Ken nedy, William 95 Krr:,hnN , Loui s Kcrwm. C.a-.ey Kessler , jo hn Ke~~ler . Su~.anne

Kessler . 1 on>olhy Kcs rhely. Louis 27 Ke>tlcr . joh n so Kesrlco , William 95 Kcup, LIJOnc os, 127, 212 KeveraJ~n, Su~n 9S. 14 5 Keyom.u''• Nader Khol.1f, Scham 49 Khan\..an, Nibal Khanka n, Nidal Kidd , llerheny Kodd , Karen Kid')ton , Sttwart Kiener , M ichael Kifle, Deborah Killian, K.uhlcen Killmond. Ko1herine Kilpatm\... SusAn 127, 218 Kilsby. K.uhy Kim , D.uryl Kim. N.u.>loc Kim , P.ml 26 Kim, Ric\..y Kim, Thorn._ 2S Komhall . Boos Kimble, G reg Kimmel, lredri\..a 28 Kinc.rid , llr.HIIey Ki ndl e, Lnrl Kinrra, Kevan King, Alocoa 142 King. )rnnofer King. lo· l'ong King, M.lllrCCn 123 Kint;. Mi.> 29, 187, 187 King. S.1ndt.1 Kiper , Mochael 26, 41 Kir\... 1\pool 153, 192 Kis~m.1n. DArien<' Kiyahu, Ada 203 Kiy.1n, Kandra 150 Kl ae't:e,, Lynelte Kl,,u,cr , Donna Kkc,, )e.nncttc 19, 1'13 Klcihrr . M ochellc Kl<'im.ln , O.uren Kl ei n. r"rn\.. Kl ei n, r.,ul 2<>, 41 , 213 Klim•. S1ephen Klimen\..o. Percr Kling,hcrg. Mar\.. 52, 202 Klump. Anncli Kn.opp, llunl er K ini(c,, Kim

Knighl , Gi,elle 22 Knoure\.., M yra Kno \ , Cheryl 182, 1'13 Kno \ , Srephen Ko. ll.>n Young os Ko, Lily Kod>. Kimht•rly 70. CIS Kodo.H, lond.1 Kohler . Bull os Kolodny, llo w•rd Kom.u . \"\'allt.lm Komoc\.. . K.H.o os Kont lim., ... Vitlij.l 187 Koo. l in Yi

Korompis. Melvon 237 Kor son. J0o1nn 9S, 148, 211 Koryrowski, Moc h~ el Koskovich, Rohrrt 12S Koura>sis, jacqueline Kouri , Kin\berly 132, 133, 193 Koval, Jeffrey Ko v•r. Bonnie 123 Krah . Rosa 9S "-rJmtr, Joan Kramer, john Kramer. Mou k Kramer . P.aigc Krause. Thoma!. 41

Kr•ul, M•llhtw Krebs. Timorhy Kremer, Danny Krclehmar, Molly 95. 122, 198 Koet.chmar, Donald 95, 202 K•cuz.iger. Karen 197 KIC~tcr . Karen 40 Kner . Margaret Krippncr, Beth Krilehman, Molly 139 Krohn. Alice 2, 9S, 184, 197, 200 Kroll. Cheryl Kooo. t:lena Kropp, C• rol Krueger. Sleven Kruger. Theodore Kru~('. Jcnnirct

Kourile\.., Margarel Krylow )r., John Ku:.ng. Vc~ta 21 Kubanl, Karen 18 Kubota, C.Hrier

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I La Brada ·Carrillo, Rudolph L.1bouH. Colc11c 212 Lac,\rra, Robello l.>ckey, April 29. 143 lac\..o re. Jeffrey LOJcommau•. C tnJ L.u.ommare,

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Lavaroni, Denise Lavcrde, Debonh Lavrov, Alexander law, Craig law, Dennis Law, Carry Law, Siu Nin Law, Ttrri Lawler, Christopher Lawlor, Martin Layse<a, Michael 18.5 Lotzaretti, Victor 76 L..ch, Susan Leamy, Dun Leary, Kathleen 96 Leavey, Timothy 96, 194, 210 Lebaron, Timothy Le<htholz. llya L~ckcy. Scott 96 Leclair, Catherine 212 Leclaire, David Leday, Rosemarie Lee, Alimin Lee, Chih Hung L«. Cullen 96, 127, 13S, 187, 216, 2.52 Lee. Jadyanno 21, 203 lee. Marcellus Lee, M yung Hee Lee, Pao-Hua Lee, Stephen Leen, Virginia 189 Leeper, Mark 26 Leffler, Todd Legg, Sail y 96 Leggio, Christopher Leichman, Methro ne 153, 192 Leighton, Lisa Leimkuhler, Eydie 96 Lekander, Honey Lener. juliet Lengyel. jandu Lensch , Lisa 2, 1.52, 186, 187 Leon, Carlos 213 Leon, Mar isol 29 Leon, Michelle 21, 43 Leonard, Deirdre Leonard, Mich..l 28, S6 57, 142 Leonard , Michelle 40 Leonard, Nancy Leong, Deborah 203 Leong, Karl S.M. 27 Leong, Mrlanie 164, 206 Leong, Paul Lescheid, Elizabeth 198 Lester, Catherin Lettieri, David Leung. Onman Leveque. Simonetta 29, 193 Levine, Anthony Levins, Peter Levin son , Rebecca lew, Michael Lcwels, Rodolfo 96 Lewis, Christopher 203 lewis, Collette Lewis, Stacey 29 Lezotte, Mark 96 L'Heureux, Letitia 123 L'Heureux, Noelle 212 Li. Lily 96 Liamz.on, Charmaine liautaud , james 18.5 Liauw, Lee Sia 96 lico, Lisa Lieber. Stephanie Lienhard, Thomas Lienhard, William Liew. Mung Sing 96 Lim, Christopher 18S Lim . John 210 Lim, Joyce 182 Lim, Mercedes Limb, Julie 203 limon. Diana 18 Limtao. Samuel 27 lin, Hong Bin Linehan, Johnna 60, 211 links, Eduardo 207 Linnebur, Laura Lipinski, Shoryl 96 Lipovac, Robert Li s. j ul ian Li stiadji, Revi 96, 19.5, 237 Li tj en, Stepha nie Li ttle, Aron Liu, Norman Liuag. Robert Lo, Susa nna Loberg. Teresa 21 Locke, Anne Lococo, Randall Loeb, Lola 96 Lolics, MOnica

248

Lombard, Marla 96 Lombos, Mcyrick Lomeli, Martha 28, 196 Lomunaco, Casper Long, Kristin Longevin, Matthew 27 Loo, Dana 28, 203 Loo, Danny Loo, Minnie 97. 182 Loos. Peter 183 Loper. Patricia 218 Lopez, john loptz, Kathleen lopez, Maria 209 lopez, Monica lopez. Reb«co lopez, Sandra 123 lopez. Yolanda 200 lorans, jacqueline Lo rentz, jayme lorenzo, Raqucl Losi. Arnie 64, 123 Louie, Pameb Lovano, Michael Lovell, Thomas Lowe, Hugh Lowney, Kelly Loya, Frances Lu, Rebecca Lubisich, Robert Lucia ni, Ca terina

Ludwig, Michael 210 Lui, Helen Lui, John lui s, Steven 133 Lullo, Marian 97 luna, Teresa 28, 193 Lusnar, Mark 41, 97, 198 Lutey, Moana 28, 203 lutz, Laura 123 Luzi , Ana 19, 1.52 Ly, Lieu Lynch. jessica 209 Lynch . Karen 11 Lynch. Michtllt Lynch, Thomas Lyon, Elizabeth

m Maag, Theodore MacCarone, Lawrence M.1cCaul. Robert 12.5 MacDonald. judith Macha, joseph Mack, Kevin 97, 213 MocKenzie, Shac MacLean. julie MacCiennan. Robert MacMi llan, Helen Macrohon, Raymond MacScelig, Robert 194 Macuk, And rea Macumber, Stephanie 218 Madison. Suzanne 97 Madrid, Laura 97. 218 Madrigal. Monica Madruga, John Maestas, Maria 210 Magallon. Eric 12.5 Magat, Martin 203 Magdaleno, Catherine Maguire. Julia Maguirt, Mary Mahabir. Lisa Mah<r, Donald Mah<r, Ktvin Mahoney, )amos S6 Mahoney, Karen Mahoney, Mary Makhlooq, Abdulhadi Malandra, Dawniel Maldonado, Marcela Malekghassemi . Hooman Malik , Hatim 184 Malnar, Paul Malone, Gregory Maloney. Fred Malzonc. Li sa 40 Man.,han, Euly 152 Mano lo. Stefanic 20, 21 M anccra, Maria

Mancilla, jaime Mancini, Marianne 210 Mancu so, Jerome Mandolini, Tanya Manfre, Noelle 70 Mangram, William Mani , Mark 97 Manilla, jaime 193

Mann, Caroline Manning. Daniel Manopetka sem, Alongkot Maontong, Michael 196, 206 Mantoura, Michael Manuel . Corazon 203 Mapua, Roland 97 Mapua, W inston Mar. Edwin Marafino. Andrew Maruca, Michele Mua<Ko, Maria Marbach , Anne 218, 229 Marbach , Suzanne Marcroft, Andrea Marcus. Craig 216 Mares. Analuz 193. 200 Margulis, Debra Mariani. Marie Marilo, Joseph Marin, Ana 97, 197 Marini, Paul S8 Marino, Robert Markel , )3mos 228 Markovic, Irina Marn, Brian Marotta, Maria 1.53 Maroun, Elias 97 Marques. Antonio Marquez. Alma 193 Marren, Patricia 22 Marrero, Norma Marrone, Paul Martin. Brian Martin, Celeste Martin Deidre 21 Martin, janice Martin, Jodene 97, 184, 197 Martin . Marlena 13S, 2.52 Mart in, Robert Mart in. Stacey 29 Mart in, Stephen Mart in, Todd Martinollo, Alison 140 Martint%, Alv.1ro Martinez, Anne Martinez. Chrislina Martinez, Cynthia 97 Martinez Eileen 97 Martinez. Gloria 2, 3, 60. 61, 97 Martinez. Gloria 189, 196, 112 Martinez, Helen Martinez. Leonardo Martinez, Lisette 97 Martinez, Olivia Martinez. Therese 97. 144, 14S. 188 Martinez, Tracy 212 Martz, Greg 12.5 Mascarin, Marya 97 Masek, Patricia 218 Mashburn, 1;oward Mason. Thryeris 97, 192 Massey. Michele Mastandrea, Maryanne 97, 187 MMa, Maria 98 Mathews. Mark Mathews, Thomas 98, 216 Mathieu. C hris 180 Mathieu, Robert 180 Matranga, Mike 207 Matson. Paula 19 Masuoka, Donna Matsuzaki, Kurt Matthews, Christopher Matthtws, Claudette Matthews, jill 22 Matthews. M ichelle Matthews, Natalia 123 Matthews, Ricardo 192 Maud>ley, Megan 123 Mauer, Marla 98 Maurer, Shawn Mauvezin, john May. David Maya. George Mayer. Cynthia Mazowiecki, Michael Mazuroski, John Massarella. John .SO Mazzella, Kimberly Mazziotti, Tara MazzottA, Cina McAfee, Bonnicleah 98. 203 McAiindin. Catherine McA nany. james McAtee, David 202 McAuley, Li sa McBride, Mory McBride, Miles McBride. Timothy McCall, Stephani e McCambridge. Kristin McCament , Donde S8 McCammond, Lori 98

McCarth y, Brendan McCauley. Patricia 98, 212 McClean, julie 21 McClendon, Evelyn McClure, joseph 126. 127 McColl. Elizabeth McConnell, james McCoppin, Michael McCutchan, Timothy 122 McDtrmott , Marine 212 McD<rmott , Thomas McDonald, Diane McDonald , Mary 98 McDonald, Molly 98, 211 McDonnell, Carol McDonnell, Monica McDonnell, Stephen McDonough. Lori 98 McEveety, Vincent McEvilly, Timothy McFarland, Barbra McFarland. Jeffrey McFerson. Tom S8 MeCagin, Gail McGee. Gena MeGee. joseph McGee. T homas McCowan, Karen McGrat h, jack 216, 227 McGrath . john 98 McGrath. Kathy 98 McGuinness, Thomas McGui re, Peter 18r McGruirc, Shannon Mcinerny, Daniel McKenchnie, Scott McKeirnan , Robert McKelson, Nancy 98 McKenzie, Sabra 23, 117, 193 McKenzie, Thomas McKeon. Kristine McKeon, Molly McKeown, Lynda 98 McKeown, Mikela 98, 10:) McKim . Joyce 98 McKirdy. Daniel Mclain, Michael Mclaughlin, Darren 98 Mclaughlin, jennifer Mclaughlin, Kim Mclaughlin, Michael 213 Mclaughlin, Richard Mcloud , Shane Mclyman. Holly 122 McMahon Jr .. james McMillan. Stacy 21 McM ullin, Patricia McNabb, Darin McNa ir, Robbie 2.5 McNa llen, Anne McN amora, Shei la McNamee, Cathy 70, 71 McNamee. Debra 98 McNeese, Gi llian McNulty. PaHick 1:)3 McOsker. john McPherson, Scott S2. 202 McPhillips. Maur<on McQuillan. Teri 29, 41 McSweeney. Kevin 26 McSweeny, Sean McVea. Tori 96, 192 McWccny, Sheila 98 Mtany, Angela Mears. Kirk Medina , Ana Medina Carmen 19, 191 Medina, Maria 2, 23, 196 Medina. Mary 203 Medrano. Vincente 196 Mee, Elizabeth 58 Meehan. Joseph Meek. Ann Mehagian, John Mei swinkel. Deborah 19 Mejia, Juan 2. \44, 145. 193, 196, 199,2.52 Mejia. Patricia Mejia. Rosa Mclampy, Kimberly MeJias. Michael Meln ick, Alison Melni ck, Alison Mena, lsmael 2 McMrd, Mary 28, 41, 135, 2.52 Mcncghini. j ulie 123 Men ijou, C hri stopher Merchant. Nargi s Meridan, Karen 99, 209 Mcrkert , Eileen 29 Mestyanek, Barbara Metzger. Paul 26 Meyer. Patrick 76 Meyer. Paula

Meyer. Peggy 99 Meyer, Susa n 21 Meyerhofer, james 184 Meyerhofer, judy 99, 218 Meyers. james Meyung, Renissa 99 Meza. David Michaels. Broden 99, 122 Michel s, BarbJJa 20. 21. 193 Mickel son, Erik 123 Mightowtr, Kimber 192 Mikonovich , Susan Milburn, Stuart Milburn Crandall. Diana Milder, Gabrielle Miltstone. Jenniftr 99 Millan, D•vid 42, 99 Miller, Colleen Miller. Douglas 2.5, 203 Miller. Katherine 19 Miller, Kevin 28 Miller. Lynn 2.52 Miller. Melissa Miller, Michael Miller. Michelle Miller, Monalet Miller, Rachel Miller, Scott Mill er. Scott Mill er, Tiffany 49 Mill s. julie Mill,, Ryan 26, 41 , 190, 193 Minero, Fronk Minervi ni, Mic hael S6 Mingronc, Matthew Miraglia, Kathleen Miramontes, Cynthia Mitchell, Ca rey 218 Mitchell, Daria Mitchell. Jacquelyn Mitchell. John Mittercdcr, Sandra 23. 138. 186 Mittlehauser, Michtle 186 Miuccio. Domenico 99. 182 Miwa. Candice Miyahara, john Miyahara, Linda Miyamoto, Kari 99 Miyamoto. Lisa 203 Mocsary, Peter Modarelli, Catherint Modarclli, jennifer 212 Mohan, Angela Mohica, Karen Mojica, Kathrina 19, 21 Molina. Carla 2, 99 Molina. Veronica Molle. Toni Mollman, Pan>ela 186 Monaco, Mapia Monson, Kristina Montemayor, John Montemayor, Juliemae Montcmorra. Marc Montemorra. Robe rt 99 Montenegro, Raul Montes. Phillip Montoya, Suzette 99 Montoya , Thomas Moore, Luanne Moore. Pamela 192 Moore, Viola Mora, George Mora.Joscfina 99, 200 Mora. Sandra 218 Mora, Suzanne 211 Morales, Charles Morales, )tnnie 99 Morales, j ohn 196 Morales. jose Morales. Maria 196 Morales. Teresi ta 99, 211 Moran. John Moran. Kristine Moran, Mary 2 Morand, Monique 99, 143 Morel, Donna 40, 188 Morelli. Robert Moreno. Christina Moreno. David Moreno, jorge 191 Moreno. Linda Moreno. Pa tricia 99, 149. 9 14 MorNon, Kevin

Morey. Gilbert Morgan , Darin Morgan, Su>an 29, 140 Moriarty, john 126, 127 Morley, Kerry Morley. Thomas Morris. M31k 133 Morris. Susan Morris. Wendell Morri s Jr., Stephen 24


Morlillaro. Anlhony Morlon. Shawna 210 Moseley, Mary Moseley. Terri Moser. K~lly Mos~s. Paul Moshier. Loruinr 99

Moss. David 193 Moss. Maur<en 99 Mo11a. C hrislint Mourad. Elias 99 Moussa. judy Moy. Tara 100. 212. 218 Moya, Jaime 100 Mugler. Andre> 100 Muldowney. Pe1er 185 Mullen. Colleen 22 Mullen. Edword 2. 100. 198. 210 Mullen. Margarel 212 Muh•ri, Chrislint 33. 42. 100. 142 Mulvihill. Jennifer Munden. Richard Munoz. An1hony Munot. lis. 19 Munoz. Mau 1ic-io Murica. Ana~l 100. 138 Murdoch. Angela 100 Murillo. Sylvi a 196 Murphy. Diane 100 Murphy. Joseph Murphy, Noreen 189 Murphy. Palricia Murph y. Polrick 133 Murray. Bruce Murriola. Charles 100 Musgrove. Da ni~l Musrasrik. Andy Muxo. Mar io 52. 53. 202 M yers. Susan 16. 193 Myers. Viclori.l 100 Myung. S1cphcn 153

n Nagoolle. Margare l 18 Nagl e. John 100, 184 Nagyeole, Peggy 18 Najjar, David 100 Nakagama, Reid Nakaganeku, Kci lh Nakagiri, Lynn Nakamura, Debra 203 Nakamura, S1ephen 203 Nakano. Naoka 203 Nardone, Michael Nash . Jo.• nn 100 Navarro. Valerie Novella, C31herinc 21, 193 Navickas, Rima 42, 210 Naz.;uiar\, Erica Neal, Collee n 19 Neale. Kim~rlee Nealy, Teresa 100 N eglia. john Neill, Scoll Nelk~. )anine Nelson, Cindy Nel son, Crisly 216 Nelson, Hazel Nel son, Karen Nel son , Keilh Nona , Ed 28 Ncria, EdwMd Ncria, Victor Nell, Pamela 28 Ncuharlh. Pamclo 142 Neuhau s, Suza nne 100 N euman, Claud ia Ncw~rry. Peler Ncwbrc, Richard 189 Newcomb, hnellt Newell, Marion 100 Newman. Michelle Newman. Toby 25 Ng. Alice 100 Ng. Mary 100, 153 Ng. Shirley 28, 203 Ngawing. Tony 195 Ngoho. Palrick Ngow-Peng. Gouw 237 Nguyen, Bi ch -Ng.1 187 Nguyen. Ma i Nguyen, Ton N ic.l!!l lro, Kristin

Nichol. Ro~rl 40 Nicholson . Darlene Nicholson. Dawn Nicholson. julie 229 Nickels. Gr<1chcn 100 Nichololli . Br<ll 42

Niebling. Timolhy Nicdcckcr, lisa Nielsen. llenrik

Orellana. Ro~r1 Orinion. Rober l 203. 25 Orman. John 28

Nitrmtytr. Anne

Ornelas. M auricio

N iolo. Bernardo N itlo, David Nigg. Rila N igg, Suun Nigoura. Paulo 218 Nikchovich, C hrislophcr 76 Niles, Kris li 58. 100

Ornelaz. Jacquolino 101 Orozco. Abraham Orr. Erin 18 Orr, Josoph O rlbals. [iloen Orliz. Rosa 18 O sa1o. Sheri 153. 203 O s her, Na1han Osh iro, Leslie Osor no, James 123 O 'Toole, Maureen 101 Oviedo, Ivan 60, 2(11

Nilsen. Kris tine

Nippoh. Anno 20. 21

Niskanen. Carherine N obriga. Chri slina 101. 145 Nobuyuki. Michael Nodarsc. Ca rlos N ogales. Elona 21 Nogueira. Paul,, Nomura. Tracy Noonan. Dobra Norbulas. john Nors1ad1. Suunno Nor1hrup. Jan<l 22. 206 Norlon. Charmian Nor1on. Eugenia 101 No r1on. Thomas 27 Nosce. Maria Nowin>ki. Jamie 101 . 138 Nowin >ki. Janel 138 Noyola, Richard 28 Noyola, Sabrina Nunez. Jesu s Nunoz. Melany 145 Nuri~so.

K.ue n 19

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0 Obando. P.1trica Obemes.cr. Jane Obenhier. Kri slen O~no. Thomas 101 Obregon. Po1ricia 19 O ' Brien. Bevorly O'Brien. Cecilia 210 O'Brien. Colleon 38, 101. 127, 212. 218. 252. 135. 229 O'Brien. Linda 21 O ' Brion. Michaol 26. 27. 56 O'Brien. Michaol O ' Brien, Pa1rick Ochsner. Andr ew O'Connell. Teresa 40, 119 O 'Connor. Neil 193 O'Donnell . )connie O'Dorlnell. Maureen O'Donnell. l'eler 25 O ' Donnell. Quinn SO Offerman>. Mari anne Ogawa. Kirkland 101. 188, 252, 135 Oh. Susan O'Hannigan. Josoph 210 O'llannigan. Palrick 2. 6. 101. 130. 131. 213. 42 O'Hara. Barbara O'Hara. Ka1hleon O'Hara. Regan 70 O hashi. Gary 101. 210 Ohira. Lisa 203 Ojeda, Maria 135 O kazaki. Kcilh 203 Okoneski, Nicholos Olaer IS, Sutanne 41 Olander. Terry 23 O ' Leary. [rin Olgjin. Alma 101. 197 Olicn. W illiam 2(11 Oliphanl. Yvonne Oliver. Krislina 101 Oliver. Sonni Olofs.on. Michael Olona. Thomas Olson. JeH roy 28, 140 O'Malley. Margarel 2. 3, 101. 144, 145, 168. 212 O'Meara, Kirn~rly 21, 43 O miya. Carolyn O'Neill. I lolly O'Nei ll, Jeanne O nelo. C hri sline O ng. Felicia O ng. Hari> nlo Onggo. Susana 195 Onofrio, lisa 19 Ontiveros. Mit1 i

Oon, Carol.ne O'Rcally. Wonde 123

Owen), M argaret

Oy.1pe, Terence

p Pack . David l'adoma . Glenn Padden . Ca rrie 189 Padill,a, le!icia 49 Padill.a. Mario 201 l'ael>.old. Lillian\ Pael zold. Maximilian Page. An1hony Page. John Pagliaro. Ro~rl l'agliassolli . Lisa 101. 194, 198, 212 Palermo. Tomas 193 Palma. Troy Palmer. Debra 101 Palmer , Kelly 34, 211 Palmer , Mary 193 Palmer. Sco11 133 Pamplon,,, Denise Panasci. Trina 22. 23 Pang. Anna 101 Pang. Shuk Yi p,,niagua. Monuel Panmol. )ulhoma s Pantarollo. Rosemary 140 Papadopoulous, Morios Pappas. Andrea 123 Pappe. Paisley Paredes. Fredorick 184 Park. Jason 2. 26, 42 Parkor. Clay1on Parkor . Ro~rl Parkhurs l, Jill Parks. Margarol Parlas. Sloci 186 Paron!!• Bernadclle Parra , Joe Parrillo. Ann Parrillo. Mary Parwalikar. Deep.lk Paschal. Fr.> nkl in Pa>olla, Gregory Pask. Graham II, 24. 167. 252. 135 Pasquale. Maria PdS!i>.anisi. Vincent P.1sser. Ivan Pa.. or. Johnny Palinclli. Michaol Pal rick Jr .. Thomas Pallen . Mary Pauley. Kri>liM 252, 134, 135 Paulo>. Tom 209 l'aulsch. Shawna 101. 117. 211 Pavelka. john 101 Pavlas. S1acia nn Pax!ioon. O.nvn Payne. Dougl.lS Payne, Sleven Peacock , ja.on 26 Poorl . Michaol Pearson. John P.. >e. Michael 198 Pedorson. Susan 21 Pedro. Nellie Pedroarias. Ricardo 188 Penning to n. Pamela 101

Pcrdoma. Aldo f' crcira. ·rhercso 19 f' erct. Angelico I•IS, 193 Pcrc7., Armando P~rez. Carmen 49 l'cre7., Ger..Hd 26. 145 Perez. Javier 145 Pere1., MM ia Pore7, Michell• 19 Perez. Ulises Pcrfecl, Davad 24 Pcrock . Thoroso l'eroH. Kalherino 203

Pcrrol13, Loredana 101. 211 Perry. Larryssa 23 Porry. Philip Pcruui, Andrew Perzyna, S1ovo Pcler . Arthur Peter. Karen Pe1ors, S1ophon :u, 40, 213 Petersen, Aneue Peler>on. D.wid 28 Pelillo, Ca rla Pelrissans. Catheri ne 34, 4Q, 212 Pwo. Bridgid Pc1ro. Joseph 210 Pew, Chri stine Peza n o~ki, Lo rraine 28 Pafaffinger. Luko Pfa((ingcr . Mark Pfalmor. Christino 29 Pfeiffer . Donna Pllaum. )ant 102. 130. 131. 211 Pham. Annie Pham. P01cr Phelan. Bonnio 60. 142, 194. 210 Phelan. Carrio 102. 197. 210 Phelan. Norocn 142 Phelps. Loli Phillip>. Crislina Phillip>. j ennifer 102 l' hillip>. T.,n ya Plailpoll . j olm 56 l'ho1enhauer. Erik 122 Picard. jo;m Pico. Janel Pichler . Amy Pien\onte, MMiannc 18 Picrik, Maty Piorson . jill Pierson. S u ct'y Pilmomis. Adrienne 28

Pine. )offroy Pino. Marlene 102 PiniO, Chrislina 184, 197 Pinlo. Diane 218 Pineo. Karen Pippen. S1ephan Piscilello. Rober1 102 Pistay. Mary 102. 132, 133 Pitko. Anlhony Pius. Douglos> 52. 202 Piumelli, u,,, 2, 102. 145. 211 Pitiali, Marc Plaislod, Ka1hlocn 102 Plankoy, Nancy 28, 193 Plasoncia, Claudia 23 Ple>ht, Diano Plourdo, Kalhryn Poduska , Gory Poe, D~bor.1h Poka zywnicki, Amy 102 Poli koff, Laurence 185,191 Polilo. Jay 203 l'olilo, judy 102, 144, 145 Polilo. Sa nlo Polki nghor ne, Karen 64 Pollard, I lolly Poloni . Laura 64, 121. 218. 140. 229 Pone~. M onic.l

l'oncella. Greg 28 Pong. [dward 203 Pope. Gardner Pope. lloalher 29. 237. 252. 134. 135 Pope. john 2(11 Po1 r.uzo. j ames

Porter. Oryan Porter. Karen Ponillo. Angelica 102. 200 l'osscrnato. Chri s1ophcr Power>. Mike 102 Prager. Jannino 18 l'rahali s. Paul Prarat. Linda Prall. Samanlha 29. 125 Praylor . James Preciado. Sandy Prcmjr<'. Abba. Promo. Richard l'rendorga<l, Timolhy 102 Proslon. Michael Price, An1hony Prieuo. Carlos Prime. Cad rltl 29

Plimcro.

Lb~

l'r irno. Rich.11<l 56 Pri oli , jeanne Priolo, Lorena 1•14, 145, 186, 203 Prior, Mallh cw 102, 202 Prochelo, M ichacl Ptuoll, [iloon P>hado. Terry 21 Pua, Marhellc Puccinella . D.1n1e Percell, jam Puh,,

B~ub.tl.t

q Quolllroccha. Ca1herino 210 Quallrochi. rrank Qua llf'ochhi. John Q uallr ochhi. Mary.,nn Quallrochhi. p,,ul Quesada, Tere.a 29. 123 Quezada. Alejandro Quinn, Andrew Quinn. Brenda Quinn. Eileen Quinn. Janet Q uinn. Moira 19. 140 Quinzio. Michael

r Raa~. John Rabas. Sleven Radford, Alycia 102 Rado nivicla. Dave 2 Radoux, Julie 133, 193 Radulovic, Peler Rafeedie, j ennifer Ragaui, Marc R,l!;OM, D.lniel 193 Rahl. D.wid 27 Ralslon, Tyler 27, 191

Ramartt., Claire

Ramirtl, Claudia 19, 152 R.lmirtl , Cynlhia R.1mire1 , tdwing R~lmirN, ru ncisro 203 Rami.-ez, Mar ia 2, 102

lhmif'e7, Marth a 102 Ramilet. Patricia 102, 196 Ramirez. Rol1>h 136 Ramire7., Rigoberlo Ramos, Karen 29

Ramp 1on. Roger Rand,,ll, Jo.lnne 102 Randoon. ]o.>Chim Ra polla, Paul Rapp. Amy Ralegan. Charlos Railer, S1ophen Ray. Anlhony 192 Ray. Michael 133 Raymond. MeJi,sa RNd. Li>a Rocker, lame> Rcdcbperger. Angela 131 Regal.,, j ayvee 58 ReK·"' · Ch ristopher Regnier, Teresa Reich, jill Reich. Li>• 23, 42 Reid, Becky 193 Reid, Su>Jn 23 Rcidol, Ro~rl 102 Really, Colloen Reanhoh7 , [ric 103 Reinhoh•. )act.. Rei>d,, L~>• Reile. Ro~rl 133 Reliford. Li'• 28 Remick. Mallhew Rendon. Adrian a 2 Rendon. Ro•• Rcncon . Dian.l 193 Rcnnison . Mary 103. 212 Renol•. Chri>line Rcnlcri•. Jimmy 196 Rcnlori• . Mich•el 191 Rcn1o, Lisa R~petta, runcb 2.0 R<l,el.. , Slepl»nic Rt~hg, Chrr>lophor Relhg, l'•~r ick 103 Rcu.ch, Linda 103 Revueh•. lv•nia Roy. An,l Reye>. Daniel Rcyc>. Patricia 18 Reynold>. Lee•• Reynold>. Su.onoe 103 Reno. Pa1rick Rhode'. Karen Ricci, M.luro Rice. l•ura 19. 123 Rachard. Noello 210 Richard> Chra,lopher Rachill. C•1horino Rachmond . Rach 24. 25 Rick•rd. Gina 203

249


Rickard , Mark •tO Rico, Benjomin Rigg. Harold Riley, Timothy Rincon, Dia na 21, 252, 135, 42 Rindge. M ichael Ringler. Michele Riordan, Michael 41, 213, 194, 202 Rioux, Robert 133, 192 Ripley, Rosanna Rivas. Julia Rivas, Patricia Riven, S taci

Rivera, Lito 103, 153 Rivera, Nichola s 133 Rivera, P?~trick Rivera, Regina Rizzardi, Sand ra 133 Rizzo. Pat 56 Roa. Irma Roach, Michael 206 Robbins. Karin 23 Roberts. Catherine Roberts, VirginiJ

Robinson, Geoffrey Robinson, Mary jean Robinson, Robert 133 Robinson, Thomas Robinson, Wendy 200 Robitaille. Janine Robles. Arturo 2, 103. 194 Robles. Elvira 2. 210 Roche. Edmee 133 Rochford. Stephen Rock. Michelle 2, 117 Roderick. Chris Rodman, Lori 49 Rodman, Patrick Rodriguez, AIf red Rodriguez. Christ ina

Rodriguez, Goevan na Rodriguez, John Rodrigun, Jose 191 Rodriguez. RJcann Rodriguez, Scan 216 Rodriguez, Teresa Rogers. T om 25 Rogers, Valerie 141 Roginson, Guy Rohan. Anita Rohc, Janette Rohinsky. Anne 192 Rojas, Heberto Rokovitz. Sabrina Roland, Maria Romano, Christine 21, 133 Ramano, Margaret 103 Romeo, Troy Romero. Ja net 218 Romero. Mary Romero. Ros i Romo, Norma Ronco. Steve Rooney. Ellen 123 Rosado, Carmcnt 133 Rosas, Tammy 203 Roscoe, Jeffery 76 Rose, Tara Rosenquis t, Anders Ross. Helen 103 Ross. Kelly Ross. Michael Rossi, G ina Rossi, MOHia Rous.cy. Barbar.> 31 Rovsek, Jana 149. 212 Rowland. Michael Rozapereir.>, Carol Rubins, Karen 23 Ruddy. Kathleen 211 Rude. Steven Rudel. David Rue. Daniel Rucggcr, 6rya1'

Rueggcr , Randy 58 Ruff, Brian Ruhl, David Ruhl, Dia na Ruiz, Alejandro Ruiz, Irene

Ruiz, Jeffery 103 Ruiz.. Maritza Ruiz, Monica

Ruiz, Ralph Ruiz, Stanley 27 Rukule, Angcliquc Ruprich, Mary 23, 197 Rusch. M ichael Rushi ng. Katheri ne Russell , Donald til , 145, t54 Russell, Frank Russell, George 203 Russo, Anthony 2~ Ru ~~o. Mary

250

Ru sson. T heresa Ruth, Kellie Rutsik. Stephanie 29 Ryals. Sean Ryle, Ja nine

s Saakc. Angelca 103 Saal, Johnny 138 Sabatasso. Ann Sabatasso. Regina 2, 3. 103, 193. 211 Sabatin i, Adrian

Sacca, Dean 206 Sadd, Clnisa 103 Sadkr. Lucille 211 Sacz, Jose Safady. Cary Sagu n. Carmeli ta Sahi. Ravi 56 Sailers, Brian 12.5 Sainz. Ann

Saipaia . Sio Sakami. S hari 103 Sakamoto. Sheri 19. 203 Salas. Kimberly Salas. Stephen Salazar. Patricia Salat.M. Xavier Sokhok, David 28. 140 Salek. Kurt Sol inas. Armando 60, 103 Solveson. Kevin Salvia. Consuelo

Salvini, William 25, 43 Sampson, T homas 58 Samson, Christi ne

Sa nake, Andrea 19 So nchez. Alma 2, ISO, 196 Sanchez, Claudia 2, 29 S.> nchcz. Gabriela 64 Sanchez. Maria 2, 103, 196 Sa nchez. Miguel Sanchez Ill, Gerard 103 Sa ndel, Gregory Sanders. Bill Sanders. Leah Sanders. Lisa Sandjaja. Putro 195 Sandke, Andrea Sandoval, Melinda 210 Sandovol, Patricia 154 Sondstrom. Cat herine 23 Sangiacomo. Maria Sangiacomo. Susa n

Sanrcgrct. Catherine 39, 103, 149, 197 Sanregret. Margaret 29, 131, 186 Sanregrct. Robert 126 Sa nt.> Romana, M ark Santa na , Jose SantJ na , Kenneth Santana. Olivia San tos, Cristina

Santos, Santos. San tos. Santos.

John 25 jon ISO, 203 Kari na Leslie Rey 103

Santos. Yvette

Soputo, Ronald 104 Sarac. Svct lana S(lraceno. Fra nk 104 Sarno, Devi n Saruwatari. Am y 123

Sassen. James 104 Sallin. Eric

Sato. Derek 25, 203 Saucedo. Marg<ui ta Sau lromay, O mar Sovage. Michael Savan t, Eric Savo, M onica 2 18 Sawin. William 143 Scaff. j ack 28, 203 Seaglion i. Gabriela Schafer . Cary 56 Schafer, Terrence Schaffer. M otthcw Scharl er , Lori 104 Schenkel berg. J crry 26 Schiada. Tom 143 Sehildkret, Bruno 104 Schlegel, Robert 60, 206 Sehlientz, T odd Schlosser, Karin Schmid, Heidi Sch mitt. Timothy Schmitz, Ann 104, 117. 194, 212 Schneberger. Mary 125 Schneider , Deird re 211 Seh neid<". Joan

Schneider. Juanita Schneider, Laurel 132 Schnieders, Christopher 54 Schocbcrl, Anne 104. 218 Schocnbron. Dawn Schreiber, Kristi ne Sehrillo, John Seh roeder, Karen Schroeder , S usan 104 Sch ugel. Scott Schultze. Sheila Sehumikowski. Bruce SO, 51, 216 Sch us ter. j ill 104, 218 Schwab. Stepha nie 64 Schwartz. Criag

Sehwizcr. Travi s SO, 193 Schwerd tfeger, Monica Schwerdtfeger. Robert 133 Schibilia, Philip Scott, Darryl Scott, James Scott, Kimberli Scott. Linda Scott, Sha ron Scott, Steph en Scott. Tammy Sereeton. Cameron 104 Scuderi, Phillip Scul ly, Mary Sebastian. Frederick 203 Sechser. Lisa Secky. Brian Sedi llos. Daniel Sedillos. La ura Seelig. Robert 2, 41, 104, 193. 194 Scelmen. jenny Scgo. Scan Seiber, M ich ael 104 Sekera, Gregory Selby. joy Seligman. Adarn Sellek, S uzanne Semmer, Anne 104

Semmer, David 138 Sena, Kathryn 193, 209. 252, 135 Sen.lS<.'IC, Andre Sepc, M aria 28 Seraile. Blaise Serdenia, Gera ldine 193 Ser n:., M arc Set iawan, Janny

Setiobudhi, James 104, 237 Seward, M ary 21 Shadwick. S usa n Shah, Sa njeev Shamucy. Dominic 25

Shanahan, W. Philip Shanley, Dominic 24 Shanley, Kathleen 19, 186 Shannon, Ch ristine Sharp, Kevin 104 Sharp, Richard Shorp, T racey Sha rtle, linda 104 S haugh. Brian 104 Shaw, judith Show, Kimberly 104 S hea. john

Simmons. Laura 29

Stevenson. Leilu.1

Simms. SamJntha

S tewart, Dorinda 105 S teifcl . Mike 54 Stiefel. Richard S tilen. Faith S tinM, Jori 21. 58

Simon. jon 133. 145, 190 Simon. Kibcrly Simpson, David 206 Simpson, Kaye Singclyn. Eric Sinsay. Sherry Sisneros. Bernadine 184. 206 Sison. Andrew 26. 64 Si u, S.mdra 203 Skinner. Shawn 187 Skl ar, Sa nd ra 126 Slater, Marcu s 76 Slavin. Michael 105 Sliva. Kevin

Smersh . john 185 Smis~<'n. Jennifer 70 Sm b~<'n. Juli J Smis~<'n. Rcb<-cc.l

S mith. Annette 105, 211 S mith, Cynthia 2tl Smith. Eugenia 203 S mith. Cary 105. 216 S mith Gwendolyn S mith. Jod i Smith, Karen

S mith. Smith, Smith, Smith ,

Keith 56 M aureen lOS. 212 M ichael 105. 133. 202 M ichelle

Smith, Monic~' Smi th, Sus~ n

Smi th, Timothy Smi th, Timothy Smith, Zena lOS Snow, Timothy Synder. Philip Sochi ratrna. Prapol 203 Soggard. Patricia Sojico. Arlene Sole. Kelly Solis. Mark lOS Solis. M ichael 26 Sommer, Nancy

Songin . Marlene 182 Soper. Greg Sorcghan, Janet Sorge. Marianne Sorgi. Alan Sorgi. julie Soriano. Soriano, Soriano, Soriano. Sorai no. Sorai r,o.

C.1theri nc Eileen Ern~t

lorenzo

Sosa. Armando

SolO, Isabelle L~1u r a

Sheridan, Matthew

Sport.:lto. Car melina

Sprouse. Warren 25 Srama ty, Edward 28 St. Ongc. Celia St. Onge. Gerald Stabile. Paul Stage. Julie Stage, Ruth Stagc·Sandbcrg. Shana Stai ne Pync. Kimora Stalm a~t er ,

Lincol n

Stamps. D.1nicl 25 Sta nford, Ann M arie lOS. 211 St.lnford . Brian Sta nford, Patrick 105 St.l plcford, Mar ie 117 Stark, Patricia S ti'lrr,

Rtb('C(.';I

Si mmon s, Ali son

Sta uber. Michael 52. ISO. 202. 213 Sta uber, Michele lOS Sta uts, Holly 20, 21, 145 Stefanski. Dorothy 133 Stegner. Dwigh t 43 Steh ly. Anne 19 S teiner, Donald 11 7, 136, ISO Stei ner, Linda 105 S tephens. Tara 19

Sim mOn >, [Iizabeth 29, 203 Sim mon>. Enoch 76, 77, 78

Stephen~on, Sabr ina Stcphcn-.on , Thoma~

Silverman, Daniel

Silvestri, Charles 105, 187 Si mon, Kim 117

Suchiro. Steven Sugihara. Li sa

Suh, Scott Suk. Boo 21 Suksunpantep. M ater Su llivan. Cecilia S ullivan, Edmond 122 Sullivan, Kothryn 19, 218 Sullivan, Kevin 25. 56 Sull ivan. Kieran 28 S ulliva n, M aureen

Sullivan. M ichael 206 Sullivan. PatriciJ Sullivan, Robert Sullivan, Tcrcscl

Sullivan , Tracy 218 Sully. Rosemary Sum.>li. Harjono 195 Summer, Craig 27, 41 Su mp. Susan S undet. Robert Sunjoto, Sumartono 195 Surace. Ros ina 106 Sur ico. S teph en Sutandinata, Hendra 195

Sutch. Kathleen Suzuki. Reid 203. 206 Sve. Chuck Swanson. Eric 106 Swanson, Kevin

Shields. Colleen 212 Sh ields, Todd Sh imabuku ro, C liff 19 1 Sh imoda, Sa nd ra 105 Shin. Ki I loon Sh ipe, Michael Shl ichta. Susanne Shockley, M ichoel SO Shogren. Sarah 28 Shorr, Ti m Shor ter, John Shults. Mark Sh ultz. Cary Shuster. Kent

Siffcrman, Anne 126 Siffcrman, Marg.uet 218 Sigaroodi nia. Majid Silane. Elizabeth Silos. Shari 23 S ilverio. Percival

Strader , Vance

Strain. Dianne 19, 133 Statrn(Hl, Ann 105 Streider, Vince 24 Strickland, Shirley Str icklin, Geoffrey Str iegcl. S tephanie Stroth, Patrick 105 S tumpp. Carl St ur m, Jill Stutts. Romita Sudargo. Rudiyanto lOS, 195, 237

Swanson. Sheryl Sweeney, Erin 29, 197 S weeney, Melissa 106 Sweeney, Timothy 133 S weetmon. Shelby 141, 185 Szeto. M ichelle 106 Szulc, Teresa 106

Sheehan. Maura 104 Shelda hl, Wendy Shelton. Kristin Shelt on. Rachel 29. 131. 211 Sheppard , Michael lOS, 213, 207 Sheridan, Ei leen lOS

Shwc, Dominiguc Siantar, C hri stina

Frances

J o~cfina

Sorl ie, O le Sorrenti no, M ark lOS. 213

Sou!).J,

Stiver~.

St. John. Blake lOS S tone. Chris 105. 184 Stone. Sa ndra Storrie. Michele Stowell. Kathleen 117, 21 1 Str"'ha n. William

Frederica

Souther n. David Southers. Jill Southgate, Therese 18, 19. 41 , 43, 186 Souza. John lOS Sowell, Arthur Sowin , Jessica Sparks. Donald Spea rs. Wayne Spencer, Mary Spero, Ricardo Spicutza. Robert Splai ne. Bryan 56

S hea, Kr is

Stevens. Christopher

Simmons. Nicole 192

t Taaffe. Ei leen Tabaco. Ch ristine Tagge. Rita 106 Ta han. Emily T.1ill.ac. jca nn in<' Tak.>haski, Sci Takeuchi, Theresa 21 Takeuchi, T omoko Talbot, M,.thcw Talmo. REgina T.>m, Michelle 106 Tam Sing, Garret 203 T amaki, Wendy T amayo, Joseph Tamayo. M aria Tan . Caroline 106 Tan, Ronald Tan. Thipyarat Tanak.l, Brian 106, 213 Tanaka. Michael t06 Tanak<~, M org3n

T.>n.>ka, Vicki Tang. S hukling Tanner . April 106, 212 Tan us:.putra , M el ina 2J7

Tapia. Chri~ t ina To:uttrin, Adrien n(' 29 T <uchion<', Travis

To.to Jr .. James Tate. Sheila Tauch.lS, Jea nette 126, 213 Taufer, C hri stopher

Taylor. Angela


Taylor. Carrie T•ylor, Christopher 60, 145 Taylor. Deborah 106 Taylor . Laura 41, 106, 19? Taylor , Leslie 106 Taylor, Linda 29 Taylor , Robert Taylor Jr , David Tedesco, D.,mon Terchner , Leoh Tel..rppe, C ynthi• Telesforo, Carol Telfer, Uenny 106 Tellern, Victoria Tclleri.1, Kathryn 19? Telleria, M atthew Tello, Celia 19 Terar>hr, Glen 107 Terao, l..enneth 203 Terry, Cynthia 123 Tct7i, Di.1ne Te11l , u,a 107

Te""· M ichael Te.r.,, Nicholas 107 Tettem<r, Wendy T etanos. Mildred 107 Tlldln, Robbie Thel'en, Andrea 23, 19? Thing, Jame• Thobur n, Jonathan Thorn..,~. Annt Thorn.,., Joseph Thom,, s, leslie 107. 192 Thoma<, Lis. Thom». Michael 28. 200 Thom.h, Michael 24, 52 Thom.l<, Sonya Thom.>' Il l, Robert Thom,,,on, Mark 133 Thom3)'on. Susa nne Thome<en, Roald 107 Thompson, Bonnie 107, 140, 180, 193 Thomp,on, David 107 Thomp<on, Donna 193 Thomp<on, John 25 T homp<on, Katherine Thomp.on , Kelly Thomp<on , Lajuana Thomp,on , Sherilyn Thomp<on, Steven Thomp<on , Victoria Thompson -Rodriguez, jason Thorn ..on, Al"n Thorm.1n, Teresa 18 Thornton, K.11hleen Thornton. Robert Thorpe. Kathleen 39, 189 Thorpe, S usan 141 Thor)on. Krisli

Threatt, Kimberly Thru.ron, Armand 145, 192, 210 Thull. Jerry 185 Thull, John 26 Tichner, le,lh 29 Tishe, Michelle Timp.lni , Maria

Tirado. Gregory 26 Tjandra. Amalia 195 Tjoa, Cu.u•dy Toapanta, Marco Tobin, Kelly 107, 14 5 Tobin, Michael Tod.,o, Michelle Todd , Susan 29. 193 Toman, Roger Tomashek. Kay 210 Tomt>ak, Suzanne 23 Tong, Diana 107 Toole, Chris 24 Torco , Ty 107 Torir , Mork 191 Toru , Thomas 107. 191 Tornco, Ty 203 Torode, Karen Torre•. Alan Torre•. Elizabeth To1 rc~. Francisco Torrey, Hoyt 107 Torrey. Sheryl Torrillo. Thomas To,.ney. Patrick Tosc._, Jamie To!!ltJdo. Veronica

Tot,rh, Lena 107, 211 Toubcs, J,,cquelinc Touch>tone, Claire Town<on, Sally Trahcr . J.cqueline Traipul.deekul. San suk Trammell. Nadine 107, 122, 212 Tran. Chanh Tran, T herese Tran, Van 2, 203 Tremblay, Suzie

Trevejo, Rosalie Tnc.arico. Richard Trrmble, Daniel 190, 193 Tripier , Donald 2, 194 Triplitt, Morilyn T rhlcr. Teresa Trinino, Rosemarie 29, 193 Troina, Michael Tronk. Claudine 29 Tro>al.., David Trujillo, James 206 Trujillo, Karen 42, 43 Trutwcin, Tiana

T,ai, llubcrt Tzuns. M in Tsai T ~~1ng, Veronica T.:.u"-hima. Marie 197 T s ushima, Michele 203

Tubao, Joel 28 Tuell , Christian 40 Tu mmcrs, Susa n 218 Ttmgpal\\n, Lori Turkmany 107, 212 Turner, Andrea

Turner, David Turner , James Turnrr , Katherine 19 Turner , Kimberly Tun icua. lind.1 T uttle. rrcd 107

u Uelmen , Nancy UKiiano, Annette 107, 2 10 Ujf.llu <y. Arlyn Ullman. Jerome 193 Ullnunn, Chris 58 Ulve~Ner . Kjetil Underdown, Cynthia 107, 252 UnmMk, David 206 Uno. Kimberly Urbina, M<Hia Urich, David 52, 107, 200 U"ich, B.nbara Ur!tO, Maria U. her . Michael U>kovrch. David 108, 133 Utter hack. Stepha nie Uv.1, C.Hr ie 108

v V.rl,,dc> , Carol 218 V.r lde>, Elizabeth v.,ldivi.,, Lisa 200 V.Jientia, Ralph Y.1len>uela , Angelica 108, 196, 209 Y•len1uelo, John V•lera, Armando Valino, Moria 108 Valle, Leticia 108, 19(> Van Oykc, John Van Dyke, Kelly 108 Yollladcl>berg, Karlina Vanbu>l.irk, Doreen Vanderveen, Kathryn Vanderwcy, Lawrence 42 Vanderwey, Nichola• Vanderwoude, Vikki Vandevoorde. James 27 V"''llordon, Michel V~u\leuv.ln, juHe Vannort, Robyn Vanwalleghem, lan Vanwrnkle, David v ... cla, Steven VMga•. Carlos Vt'1~,ts,

Patricia 108

Varni, Kate Va.qucz, Carlos Vasque7, Elisa 2 v.,qu01. Fabiola V.a!t!tOH . Vj)lnt"Ssa 192 Vaughan. Timothy 108 Vaupel. Richard V ,t7<1uez, Mari.t Yc.lrg.1Son , John 76 Veat<h. Ca.sandra 203 Vega. Joyce 108 Vega, Marra Vega, Maritza Yejar , Michael Vela>co. Maria Vci.P.quu, Antonio Vdel, Alberto Venckus, Daiva

Venegas, Elizabeth 108 Venegas, Marie Vengel, Tony 206 Ventura, Tania 23. 19? Vcn>on, Eileen 31, 252 Vcr,\, Susy 108 Vcrdiell, Hilda Verse! De Dios, Franc<> Verhul st, Constance Verhulst, Elaine 145 Verlato, Rick Vern.1y, Stephen 26 Yt•» <ll. Karla Vic.lin, Richard 60 Victorino, Leitica Victio.u\, Andrea Vida, Vicki Vrdal, Griselda Vidal . Leticia 2, 196 Vadotto, Eileen 252, 135 Vigil, Graciela 194, 200 Vigil Michael 193 Vigil, Rosa 108 Villa, Luis 108 Villa, Robert Villanueva , Elaine 193 Vill.lnueva, Giovanni Villanueva, Vancessa 203 Villarcte, Lorelie 108, 210 Viloria, Jenne 29 Vindeni, Dion 24, 187 Vining, Kathryn Vining. Lorena 112. 135, 252 Vrola, John 108 Viramontes. Rebecc• Vuga. Marlin Vi>k, Susan 193 Vitor , Lourdes Mac Viv.rr. Nancy 196 Voboril, Joel Vogel. Dennis 76, 78, 108, 19? Vole!. Beatrice Yolk. Tammy 60, 61 Volner, William Vondcrahc. Thorn,,. Vongpakdi. Pakawadce Vonpakdi, Tiptada Vonma ssenhausen, Katherine 108, 117

Vo,.c, Michael 25. 193 Vo, s, Janet Vowel •. Jennifer 108, 19? Vowel<, John Vrani?.tln, Patricia

w Wade. llarker Wagenbach, Jame• 108 Wagner. Burton 216 Wagner. Kathleen Wahl, Stephanie W.n~snun , Tc1ny.a Waldeck, Esther Walccki, Eric W,rlgren, Daniel W.rlkcr, Beau Walker. Laura Wall..er . Muriel 207 Wall.er . Sean Wall..er , Susan 193 Wall, Chris tine Wall, Gaegory Wall, Robert Wollace, Frank WJIIacc. George Wallace, JcHrey Waller . Susan Walsh . Alice Wabh. Correen Wal,h, John 25, 187 Wal.h, Theresa 29 Wang, LMry Wang, Nancy W.uburton, Thcresr 19 W.ucholik, Kenneth WMd, Derrick 188 W.ud, Kevin W.nc, Vivian

Warfield, Rose W._uner, jim W.urrn, Ann W.uren, Candice

Wa,lungton, Harold 192 Wa~lungton. Joseph Wa,hington, Kenneth wa . . uccv, Niku 25 w.,tl..in~. Jontae W.lhOn , K.\lhryn 21, 123 W,\l >On , Robert

Wayne. Michael 216 Wayne. Thomas Weaver. Philicia 21, 141 Weber, Carol 108, 19? Week>, William Wehde. Lindo Wehr fritz, Amy 21 Wehrfritz, Elizabeth Wer>baun\, Llela Welch, Duke Welch , Kathleen 123 Welch, L.nvrence 40, 50 Welb, Michael Welty, M ichael 2, 109 Wel>en, Elizabeth Wendel , Gina Wergrchik, Karen 218 Wergele~. Alexander Weschler , Joseph 216 We<tland, Bill Wheeler, Gran t 26 WhciMr, Catherine Whitaker, Dorothy 2 1 Witcher, Jeffrey White, Diana White, Dion< White, Jeanette White, Jeffrey White, Karen 23, 192 Whited, Jon 25 Whitehead , Donald 42 Whitmer, Brett 27 Wholihan 26 Wholihan, Joseph Whyte, Dale Widmann, Roland Wijay,,, Tony 195, 237 Wilcox, Thomas 2 10, 138 Wilde•. Annmarlc Wildermuth, Kevin Wrley. Cheryl Wrlhelm, Mark Wrll..erson-litton, Lisa Will..ins, Annette Wilkin>, Belinda Wilkinson, Michele Wi lki n<on, Sheilah 19 Will. Eduard 123 Walle, Christine 21 Wrllet , I leather 109, 189 Wrllett, Kelly 109 Wrllett, Stephanie 28, 42 William<, Andrew 2, 41, 109, 194, 2 13

Willi.lmS, Cuolyn Willi.lm S, Stephany Wrlliamson, Ryamond 56, 109 Willi<, Jane 109 Wrlli• Ill , John Willock. George 192 \'\'il.:.on. llrian Wilson, James Wibon. Michael Wil<on, Thomas Wrnant, Philip Wrnfree, Courtney Wrn•chel, Eric 125 Winter , Conrad 60. 109 Winter-,, Al<'xandra Winters, Dona ld Wi>e, Richard Wittouck, Diane 193 Wohlford, Leslie 48. 49 Wold, T•mra 109 Wolf. Louis Wolfee. Wade Wal>ton . Lisa 19 Woltcrbeek, John Wong. Dorothy 203 Wong, Joe Wong, Kimberly 203 Wong, Lying Wong, Michael Wons. Mimy 109 Wontl, Nigel 34 WonK, Rita 109 Woo, Angcs Woo, Mateo Wood , Ralph Woodbury. Jeffrey 2o, 203, 206 Wood s. Brett Wood s, Gioia 28 Wood>. M"'y Wood,, Mi chelle Wood, Ralph 27, 206 Wool,ton, David Woobton, Lisa Woolway, Paul 109 Wootton, James Worl.man, Mary Worley, K.\lherine Wormley, Michelle Worrall , Lari 19 Wrrj~ht , J.1net

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"For I know the plans I have for you, declares the LORD, I plan to prosper you and not to harm you, plan to give you hope and a future." Jeremiah 29:11 Dear Sean, As you graduate from LMU we wish you all the happiness that you have brought to us. God truly blessed our family when He brought you into our lives. We are all so proud of you and your accomplishments. We love you! Nelson, Carolyn, Paul, Geoff, Erin, Ryan and Joe

Congratulations Jenny Bouchard! Love, Mom, Dad and Matt

We want you to know we're very proud of you, as a graduate and as a person. We want you always to follow your dreams and find happiness ...And we're sure that, whatever you do, you will show care and sensitivity and lcindness ...and you will find your special way ofmaking the world a better place.

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FOR TAMMY SWANSON Dear Tammy, You have always wanted a good education and have worked so hard to get one. We are so proud of you! It seems like yesterday that you were a little girl with ''fast running shoes,. Nowyouareagrown Woman! We have a lot of wonderful memories that our family has made together that we will always cherish. Hold

them close to your heart and always carry them with you. God has blessed you with beauty both inside and out, with gentleness, patience, a caring for people and a wonderful sense ofhumor. You are going to be a wonderful teacher, Honey. We love you so much and we're so glad your' re ours. Love Always, Mom

A GRADUATION WISH FROM YOUR LITTLE SISTER...

As graduation time arrives, I think back on how proud I've been to call you my big sister. And I hope that the coming years will be the best you've ever had, so you'll always be happy! "The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.'' -Eleanor Rooevelt Love, Stacey

Dear Tammy, You're too old, learned, and sophisticated for trips to the parks (with or Without donut picnics), horseback or princess rides, newspaper cornstalks and heanstalks and perhaps (then again perhaps not) Easter basket hunts. You have, however, reached precisely the right combination of age, grace and wisdom for some more fatherly praise, thanks, and advice. The praise is easy because daughters are wonderful creatures who sprinkle and often shower their parent's lives with joy and happiness. In this respect, 路You have excelled. Mom and I have enjoyed ,Watching you grow up. We have always been proud of you and are especially proud of you 路today. We also congratulate each other on what a good job we have done. The thanks follows easily, too. You know you have given Us a lot ot love and happiness. You will

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YOU DID IT!!! BOB CAPOWSKI YOU'RE AN LMU GRAD!! Well, Andrea, You've come a long way since that first day in Kindergarten in 1975. We're all very proud of your accomplishments. Have a wonderful life. Dad, Mom, The Avalos', Schlack's, Arias, Wardrop Families.

This is your accomplishment We are very proud of you!! Enjoy the future.

All our love, Mom, Dad, and Deb .

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Love From, YOU, AND WE KNOW Mom, Dad, Lisa, Mark & BJ THAT YOU WILL Dear Jim Delong, SUCCEED IN ANYTHING From Europe to Vermont and California, AND EVERYTHING Soccer, ROTC, Drill T earn, Flight Training. THAT YOU SET OUT TO You have successfully met the challenges. May you continue to play life's game with DO. MAY ALL YOUR finesse, perserverance and humor, as you so DREAMS COME TRUE. skillfully do monopoly... We are very proud of you.

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To the 1991-1992 Loyolan Staff: It hardly seems possible that an entire year has passed, and that we find ourselves saying good-bye to one another. I Want to thank you all for your hard work and dedication. At times we were praised as being the best thing at Loyola Marymount, at times you'd think we were the worst. If anything, it taught us to have confidence in ourselves and in the job we were doing. And we did it well. The LosAngeles Loyolan stands as an example ofstudent cooperation, dedication and responsibility. We did it ourselves. For those of you who continue on, those of us leaving entrust a long standing tradition to you. I hope you find the same pride in the paper as I did. I hope you too can witness the amazing coming together of different people and see them learn to work together, and have fun, in producing a final product that the entire University can be proud oÂŁ In my position, I had the priviledge of being the one people came to see to express their opinions on the job we were doing. There is no way it could have been done without you. Thank you. You have made what could have been a difficult job one that I loved doing. Never, ever will I forget this year, or any of you that played such an integral part in my life. Good luck to those ofyou graduating, and good luck to those ofyou carrying on the tradition. I have all confidence in your ability to succeed. Beverly M.Buder

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RODERICK A. VILLAS IN Dear John, Congratulations my son!!! Education is a very special gift, no one can ever take away from you. It will be a great asset as you journey through life. We love you and we are proud of your achievement. We did it all for love. Lovingly, Papa and Mama

Thanks for all you have done over the years to brighten our lives in so many memorable ways. As you graduate from Loyola and prepare to go off "into the wild blue yonder," we wish you a lifetime filled with good health, good fortune, and even more happiness than you have given us from the day that you (LONGHENRY)Groman were born to start our family.

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We wish that we could describe to you exactly how it feels to having a grown daughter like you. Sometimes, when we look at the independent woman you've become, it's really hard to believe that you were the little girl who used to jump rope and 路-,...路路~ play with dolls. It's hard to see you as that teenager who was constantly worrying about clothes, hair, and boys. When we see all the things you do, we wonder how "Our Baby" grew up to be this remarkable person. And to be honest, sometimes we're afraid you might not need us as much as you used to. But then, you'll throw your arms around us, or call us up for advice, and we'll realize that the bond between us will always be the same.We Love You, and we want to tell the world, "That's our daughter, she made us proud." Mom&Dad Congratulations Sis, you have earned all of it. Your brother, Jerry 路 t\dvcri i'iC'rncnL.,

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Kary, As I have watched you grow through the years I have come to the realization that ifYOU can dream it, YOU can have it. I have seen you grow into a beautiful young woman. I have Watched your accomplishments with admiration. I have watched you take a dream and build it into reality. I have watched you bring an enrichment into my life that I never thought I would experience. I have seen you encourage every family member, from your younger sister to your grandmother, to be more than they ever thought they could be. Thank you. Thank you for taking the risk to reach a little further, for not giving up when times were tough, for trusting yourself and conquering your fears and reaching for every dream. Thank you for being an inspiration to us all. Thank you for being you. "Did I ever tell you, you are my hero? You are everything, everything I could hope you'd be. My spirit flies higher than an eagle. You are the wind beneath my wings." I Love You, Mom Dearest Kary, You know how very proud we are of you but we just wanted to tell you again. You are such a f beautiful and sweet young lady. Just stay sweet like you are, don't change. PaPa and I want you to know we are always here for you. Sweetheart, no matter where you go or what you may choose to do in your lifetime, don't ever forget that. We Love You so Much, NaNa and PaPa 1

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OF YOU, MARGARET KOENN AND WE LOVE YOU. Dad, Mom, Dolores, Elizabeth, Dan, Bernadette, Bonnie jean Our Dear Son Matthew Romano, How proud you have made us; how proud you should be of your success. Loyola Marymount has nurtured you through your college career and prepared you for the challenges ahead. May you achieve all your goals and aspirations, and realize all of your dreams. Always remember that whatever challenges you will face, your parents' unconditional love will always be with you. With all of our love, Mom & Dad

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CONGRATULATIONS!!

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LEMAY ... for all your achievements at LMU and remember to always believe in yourself. There is someone very special in you. ALL OUR LOVE MOM&DAD If it weren't for you our life would be short on so many special memories that are so much fun to share. If it weren't for you, there would be none of those little surprises that make life so interesting. Without you there would be no one to lavish with attention and praise .... and no one to brag about to friends and neighbors! Who else can fill our life with the same sense of wonder that you do? If it Weren't for you, there wouldn't be nearly as many wonderful reasons to celebrate life!


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ATtENTION 'NASON US!

---------To the 91 ' Tower Yearbook staff;

CONGRATS, IT'S FINISHED! Since this is clearly the best book LMU has ever seen - take a bow. he reason you arc readi ng this book is prima rily because of one person. Her name is Monique LeMay. To me, her name is synonomous wirh the words "yearbook." Her dedication and cooking got us through a rough year. She has been my mentor from Taboo ro Air Supply and from cautious driving to !sang Bansa. Alrhough I sometimes felr like her sccrcrary when deal ing with Frank or cdiwrs who liked to write no res rarher rhan face t he Boss Lady. Good luck next year with whatever you do. Maybe I'll ask you out for a " Dare Night" so we can hear "Unchained Melody" or maybe we can have a few Margarita buckets while taking pictures of 23 minute phow labs. T hat is, only if we can escape "JPcceee!" Bur seriously, you don't know how much I admire your work and thanks for all the advice when I really needed ir. And who knows? I could end up as Roomare #22. lr

saddens me to think rhar we will be without you next year. I'll miss you as as a cook, as a boss, as my inspiration, and mosr importantly, as a friend. Daddy that hurts! You won't have to srop by much next year because I am sec red)' an expert on rhe Mac. NOT! Now, how would they say that in Mexico? Ryan Bolz, Greek Ediror, Now rhar I have taught you everything on the Mac, I'll tell you flat out/ straight up that Pink Floyd sucks. Bur what more could I expect from an only child who likes gold rccrh, pool rabies, and wantS ro arrend "In and O ur University." I did like the way your pages came our, bur as we borh know X marks the spot· I never would have thought when I met you in August (and went to El Tarascos with Monique) rhar you would be such an important pan of my year. I swear that one day I will discover rhe barhrub secret and which song on KOS1 is truly your f.'lvorire song. Too bad you'll never be on American Gladiarors, Gascon! Please wash your sweat)' handkerchief and my X-mas socks real soon and who cares what THEY think. And dude, you will forever (EVER) be my big brother. Nicole Daddio, assistant ro rhe Ediror-in-Chief, I am including you as a parr of the Tower Staff, even though you wereonlya measly secrerary--wair until nexr year. O.K., I don't know where tosrarr. Sorryabour the trampoline srory bur I'm sure you can forgive me after a night ofseeing new rh ings in your tapestry. Here's a girl that likes golden L.A. Gear tennies, Oingo Boi ngo, twelve hour bus rides, Simon & Garfunkcl, and searching for Celebrity (no pun intended) houses. C REOW! She likes ro spend her evenings ar rhe Fireside practicing fore nsics, playing Taboo at the Hotel Urah, or just watching Family Feud wirh Chia and Kyra. Maybe one day you'll gcr ru n off a cliff by a diesel truck, be able to hang your own X-mas lights, or walk across campus by yourself ar 3a.m. Then again, maybe you just want robe rhar girl ar Papa's and Beer. The bcsr ofluck with your "Besr". And I love you always--"! rink~ bur I'm nor sure!" Now, .th.a! is why I hare rhe Greek sysrem. To Sporrs Editor, Nnncy Campbell (lraly's own version of Minnie Mouse) I say "Too Bad" you arc my SportS Ediror AGAIN next year. If you have any disagreement, my response is "Shut Up B#So/o'!!". And don't EVER· EVER try ro break into my room while I'm asleep or "Cuh-Cuh!" right in the chest. Bur you do mean a lor ro mC· After all, I've knon you for two years and if I don't wam to kill you, I guess I' ll slow down.To Acriviries Ediror, Marisol Barrios, rhank you for all of your blonde jokes. Please rake more Spanish lessons and wipe rl1ar whire sru« our of your eye. A job well done on the Clubs and O rganizations section, the hHgcsr section of the book, goes ro Tom Fennady and Trinn Good. Too bad you arc borh going ro get your own section ncxr year. I hope everything ~ works our for rhc besr. T hank you for rhe Screensavcrs and you r immense knowledge of computers. But Tom, rh~t 1 underwear has to go. And to Residence Life Ediror, Sonja Leonard, I wanr ro make sure you understand that I do NOT like gerbils. At least now you know where ro gcr black and white film developed for the next rime you decide ro kidnap somebody and rake rhem to Denny's. Chad Wood - you were afraid you wouldn't be in the yearbook- so here you arc. You' rc rhe besr artichoke- earin': ric-buyin ', blackjack playin', Phanrom warchin', Spider Woman scammin', restaurant complain in', Alan hatill Texan I ever mer. Time our even! Lawks a mussy Misra Wood! And to rhe resr of rhc Tower Staff, I end my days as Head Production Ediror and therefore leave rhe followinS behind: The fi rsr and Foremost on my list is an Oscar nomination ro our advisor, Dr. Cnrot/;ers. I also leave Oo' r the struggle of reaching the new kid o n the block how to fo llow an incredibly tough act. To my fellow stud in rhtj game of" Snaps," H11/o Lawless, ! leave a new phrase besides" Halo, don't play rhar!" Lin/; Lee, I leave anorher ye3r ofcalling her by her full, entire, complete name. To Nina Nngy, !leave rhe enrirc Lair Pario of which ro coerce inr0 buying a book-don 'r hurt rhose vocal chords. To j olm Vignno ! leave an unpaid dcbr ar Chopstix and a book enrirleO "Everything You Ever \'(/amrdto Know A bow I:X." To the absolute love of my life, Seemn A mar, I leave an inrervie~f with Ollie Cantos and "11)(' Book ofQuestions. To Sheny Boado, I leave her a pbrrcr of eggs benedict if and on I)' 1 she makes the "0" sound. To Patrick Gee, I leave an Editor-in-chief next year who is in great need ofgood picrureS and will pay!!! Faculty Ediror, Teri-Lynn Young, ! leave a search for the facu lty division pictures and a pad of paperfot writing notes. To Derek Adleta, I leave a few more bottles of champagne or Emmers and coffee to stay awake. 1° One Life to Lives biggesr f.'l n, Rhonda Bethea, I leave an argument with Tom. And fi nally, our copy ediror,jactjllf Stern is left with a blister from correcting all of our mistakes. Finally, Thanks to all my friends, roomares, o r anyone else who helped me our in this extremely frus rrarinS· sometimes unbearable year. Mom and Dad, thank you for cveryrhing--and I do mean everyth ing. You're both rhf greatest and I wanr you to realize rhar it is your expectations of me that keep me striving roward my goals. Don:' worry, I'll make it somehow. I look forward to next year's book like ! look forward ro rhc final project in Mr. Srrout 5 class. Seriously- it will be an uphill climb bur once you get ro rhe rop, you somehow appreciate rhar rrek. That may sound trite bur check our rhis book in a year and you'llundersrand what I mean. All it rakes is a great staff rh 3t takes pride in rheir work and wants to have some good times as well. I know I did with this year's book. So, croSl your fingers . And we just mighr have ourselves another nationally award winning book.

J.g Ylue!J '91- '92 HEAD PRODUCTION EDITOF

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LMU. Continued success in the future- Love Ya! -Michelle Banks

AN D T H AN K YOU FO R ALL YOU R LOVE & SUPPO RT. LOVE, -Alison Berni "CI. 11c ken M an " & "GJranny Bar" - ll uv U! Mom & DadThanks fo r sticking by me all these years and }love you; Hey sisters, I d id it, so you both can do it. Love, -Nicole Bibb

GRACI, MAMA, PAPA, & LBM TRIPPERS & PRUDES A MOST XCELLENT ADVENTURE. -Fernando Ayala I will cherish the memories at LMU. Special thanks to: my parents, Lina, Rick, Friends & Professors. -Tony Aguilar

T H E E ND OF ONE T HI NG ALWAYS SIGNIFIES T HE BEGINNING OF S OM ET HING ELSE. T HANK S DAD - YOU 'WERE THERE WHEN I 1 NEEDED YOU. I LOVE 1 YOU , MOM. -R. Brendan Aldrich "Hold yo ur thoughts on so merh i ng you've always loved."-Jo nathon Livingston Seagull -Michelle Ammerman T hanks

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all- what's next? -Kelly Arakaki

XCEL. DESIRE & DISCIPLI NE FU EL SUCCESS. XP ERI EN C E SPIRITUAL REVELATION, FINAN C IAL TRl UMPH, & HABITUAL PLEASURES. FEE D & XERCISE THE BO DY & MIND. DON'T SETTLE 4 MEDIOCRITY.

C limb the Pyramid , who feels it knows it, In H oc signo Vinces! -Jason Blakemore THANK YOU M O M AND DAD. I LOVE YOU! -Christina Barrosa

LITTLE BOY: THANKS FOR TH E S E G R EAT Thank You Mom and Tim; YEARS. HOPE WE CA To My Friends, Peace! HAVE 100 MORE. LOVE, -Tina Barseghian -Mark A. Babbitt LMU,Thebesttimeofmylife! Thanks and love, hugs and FunX'swithMD, BO,JS, KC kisses to Dad, M om, Gene, and the REST, PARTY ON!! Lorri, M ike, Kathy, Steve, Be excellent to each other! Chrissy, Lisa, and rhe best T hanx Mom, Tim and Fam- friends anyone could hope for. ily, I LUV U. . -Bonnie Baur -MarkA. Babbitt In 1988, I had my drea ms to I WOULD LIKE TO achieve & fears to conquer. THANK MY MOM, DAD, 1992- time for the d reams to MIKE, AND ALL OF come true! Juliet, Shcllc, THOSE WHO SUP - Laura, Kare n , Marga ret, PORTED ME WHILE AT Dulce, Matt, T-15, A <I> sisLMU. ters-best of memo ries. I love -Anthony A. Bacon you Mom, Dad & Shan non. Thanks Grandpa. This is for you, Papa. I -Jenni fer M. Bell couldn't have done it without you. Thanks to Mom and Dad, T. -Alisa L. Banks Luz, RB, ESP-Paul, I love you and I'll make you proud. -Isabela Beltran Rhonda A. Royal, one line cannot express the happiness and good times your friendship has brought to my years at

MOM , DAD, J I M & FRIENDS: I LOVE YOU

To Mo m and Dad: Yes, I've graduated! Love, -Rebecca L. Bland Thanks Mom & Dad for all your love and support. 1 made ir. l Loveyou. Heathcr &JcnT hanx for the greatest year. Love, -Risa Blewitt Mo m and Dad , yo u have made this poss ible; I love you. -Rose Ann Bomentre FRI ENDS 0' MI NE. T hanks fo r showing th is Hoosier chick a great rime! -Tracy L. Bonenberger To All My Wonderful Parents: Muchisimas Gracias! Love, -Artine Bowers Small is the nun1ber of them that sec wi th their own eyes and fee l with their ow n heart . -Christian A. Bowers Absolute Thanks to God Almighty; Special Thanks to Family, Friends, and Breth-Tony D. Bowman ren.

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DED ICATED T O WHOEVER K N 0 W S ME: ... CIAO! -G iulio Braghieri T o my best friend, Narascha, thanks for all of rhe memories. Love, -Dio n Brow n T hanks ro fami ly and friends for all their love and support. -Kimberly Brown T hank you Dad, G reg, Anne, and Bob for all of your support. I love you guys! Love, -Kathy Burke To Mom, Dad, Bi ll Paul & Doug, Thanks for everything. I love you! -Nance Burke IGNORANCE IS BUSS. "1 did what last night?!!" "Pat, the cups don't go .:>n that shelf." T H ANX MBER, MO. MS, PE, JB and everyone else who made these 4 yrs. memorable. M and 0, ILY -Paul R . Bu rldey "An end ing is simply a genrle push into someth ing new and exciting." Thank you co you all who have couched my life and made it special. I cherish the memories and will miss you all. Scan- Here's ro the future!! - Beverly Butler

Thanks God, Mom, family & friends. -Silvia Cardenas

"When a great adventu re is offered, you don't refuse ir."Amelia Ea rhart. Cambridge 9 1-I did it!! T hanks Mom& Dad fo r the love & money. I love you! Rob-my love 4-ever. You rock my world!!!! Bye LMU. -Barbara Alicen Catron F ranche, Swirlsey & J ode ("Jodi Roy") We'll be PR's fo rever. T hanks fo r making Sr. Yr. a special one! Love you all. -Julie Christopher T hanks Mom and Dad! I Love You. -J ulie Connelly TO : MOM, DAD, LORENA, MARIA, THANK YOU FO R YOUR LOVE & SUPPORT THROUGHOUT THE YEARS . 1 LOVE YOU ALL. -Mike A. C orral, J r. MOM, THANK YOU FOR EVE RYTHIN G . I LOVE Y OU! RI CK, G R EG, UNCLE EO . .. YOU ALL ARE SO SPECIAL TO ME. -Carol C. Crawford Thanks Mom and Dad for th is opportu ni ty, Nanna, sisters L inda, Gai l, and n ieces Miyam, Nora, and Clare. Had fun K-Oees, Running, Swimming pals! I'll miss you!

don't ever stop d rea ming your dreams." -Aileen Cunanan

Mom, Dad, Tet, and fam ilyThank you for believing in me! Noel, my love, #54 forever! -M ercedes Dano Mom, Dad, X, T ina & Lyle: I D ID IT! T hanks fo r the love. -Vanelda D avis Than k you to Mom and D ad for making this possible. -Raffaele De Leonardis MOM, DAD, LAURA, THANKS FOR ALL YOUR SU PPORT AND MONEY. HOPE I CAN BEAS GOOD AS AN OFFICER AS DAD WAS. LOVEALWAYS, -Jim Delong T hanks Mo m & Dad for making it possible! Love, -Lizann Dillon I'll always love you, Nessie, Wangle, Boggle, Yood ala; 路r hanks for everyth ing! -Erika D uda

Thanks Mom and D ad. I did it!! Good Luck Jess & Kath "The Princess" -Carolyn Farrell " G ood Morning students!'' Gotta love the Irish! EZ- An路 chors Aweigh ... -Bridget Flywt FOCUS, INC. -Kevin W. FogartY TH E P A R TY'S O VER ...N O W WHAT? -Henry Froelich Thank you LMU! It's been ll wonderful four years. -Yukinobu Fujiyaroll

T h e Bes t is yet to come! Than ks to everybody fo r all rhe help. Peace! -Eric G lyn-Davie5 Timmy, Here's to our college years! I just love you, -Jen Gordotl

-Jacqueline C reedon Mom & Dad: Thank you for your love, support & encou ragement. No ne of th is would be possible without fa mily & God - I couldn 't have do ne it without you . H ope to m ake you proud - I love you! !! " ... Don ' t ever stop 1ovmg, . don' t ever st op believing,

Friends & Family-Th anks for th e s upp o r t a n d love...So ... H ere I come! -D avid L. Farley

WHAT'S WRONG WITH BEING SEXY? -Fred Eaton T hanks Mo m & Dad for everything you've done for me! I love you. -TanyaErbe

T HANKS MOM , D A D , AND ]EN. I C OULDN''f HAVE DONE IT WITHOUT YOU! AND I LOVf, YO U VERY MUCH. -1li01 Granich


Mom & Dad, T hanks for your love & support. I love you, -Michelle Guerra Thanks for everything Mom, Dad, Brothers and Friends! I Love you! GOD BLESS!! -Christina Gwynn

My 4 years here were the best in my life. Thanks to my Family, Friends, God, and LMU! -Julie Hall

YOU R LI VES AN D YO U RSELVES AND SH OWED M E W H AT LIF E IS ALL ABOUT ... AN O T HAT WAS TH E BEST EDUC ATI O N O F ALL!! I LOVE YO U-Elizabeth A. Howard

T E RRI , N INA , J O-J O, M EGAN M cD , DANA 0, LI ZZ Y, K IM , T HANKS FO R ALL THE LAUG H S! LO VE, WEE -Luisa lnchausti

Amanda ro r all of the ca re packages, phone calls, d umb jo kes, memo ri es, suppo rt , money, all the good times and helping me get through the bad. " LOOK O UT AIR FO RCE HERE 1 CO ME." Love, -John Karns

Mom, Dad, Patrick, Christopher & Danny- Thanx for all your support- I love youThanx to all in the department!! Hey y' all, I'm heading to the FIRESIDE!! Thanx for all the fun!! -Deanna Hixson TO THE BEST FAMILY EVER: MOM, DAD, JENN, JESSICA & NONIE ...YOU GAVE ME ALL OF YOUR LOVE, SUPPORT AND ENCOURAGEMENT TO BE MY OWN PERSON, FOLLOW MY OWN DREAMS, AND LEARN FROM MY OWN MISTAKES. YOU SHARED SO MUCH OF YOUR TIME,

Toni , T renise & Brin. "You guuuys"- th anx fo r th e best time ofm y life. You arealways the w ind benearh my wings. Luv, -Jannell D . Lundy

Mo m & Dad , Success is getting what you wan t; H appiness is wanting wh at you get. -Mary Keenan KJA+MWURG R8SWILUV U BEG MD2 -M eghan Korey

To my Mom, bro, and all dose friends-Thanks for the support. Love ya all! -Yolanda M. Harrison Mom & Dad- Thanks for everything. Love you lots! E.M. & B.B.- One more song, one more dance, one more beer, 5 more minutes. -Natascha H enline

miss you very much! -C hristina Marie Lundgren

1 LOVE YO U M O M , DAD, MISH. IC -Newton Mapua Mo m , Da d , Fam il y a nd Friends, T hank you fo r the best years of my li fe. -Doug Marconet

M O MMY , DADDY, and AN G: Thank you for the love and support. Love, -Annette Delmas Jackson

"I spent 5 years prosu-ate to the higher mind , got my paper and now I'm free." Ind igo girls -Anne Marie Lamp

Thank yuu mo m and dad for all my beautifu l days here at Loyola. Love, -Cristina Marquez

Thanx Mom & O ave .... Team Colors & w my Compadres! -Mark C. Jewell

Much mabalos w all of my fami ly for your love and support th ese past years. -Michael Lau

1 am going to Law School! -David Masci

H e called it ..... A gogol! -Erik Jonassen " S MI LE . I T M A K ES O T H ER PEO PLE WON D ER WHAT YOU'RE U P T O ."/SW BOYS-PEACE. -James Vista Juanillo

So Long w SC, ROTC, RHA, AAS, the RA's, RD 's, PC's AND TH E REST O F T H E LM U ALPHABET SOUP. T hanks Mo m, Dad, C hris and

T hanks Mo m & Dad for helping me make my college d ream A W I SE M A N MAKES a reality. I love you! Lisa & MO RE O PPORTUN IT IES M ichelle- thanxs 4 always beT H AN H E FINDS. ing there. I'll never fo rger -HoMan Lee th ese pas t 2 yea rs- V B , roomies, partying- Luv ya! M o m & Dad , M a ram e ng -Theresa Matus salamer sa inyo. Thanks for your support, wo . Love, Hats and Bows are fo rever, see -Britt Legaspi one and remember me as I'll remember you! Mom & Dad, thank you so -Yolanda M cC iamb much fo r all your love & support- I love you! Phil , th ank Mom & Dad I love you and you for adding so much to my thank you for giving me evct yli fe- llove you! Fn ends th ank th ing in the wo rld! Love, -Patricia Melendez. you for the best 4 years of my li fe- Good Lu ck! Loyo la Marymo un t U niversity, I will

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Swoop Dogs! Th ey ki ll ed Fritz! Bruno, Bruno! T.L.Y. I couldn't have dreamt of anyone more special than you. Mom and Dad, Thank You! -John Mercucio If life is a journey, rhen li fe's grearesr rragedy is nor having enjoyed the trip! -Eric MerkJr.

M E, MO M, DAD, P.E., P.R., J.L.R. -Leonor Rodriguez

MOM + DAD, THANKS FOREVERYTHING! BING -Bridget Palanca Wirh rhe grace of God and a determined spirit, l will li ve my dreams. Auf Wiedersehen -Dulce A. Perez

The clouds above us join and sepa rate, Th e breeze in th e courryard leaves and recurns. To Mom, Summer, a nd Life is like rhat, so why not Lynne ... THANKS!!! -Mary Jo Pichette relax? Who can stop us from celebratin g? Lu Yu. -Kathryn Merrifield Shell , Alicia,Jen, Pam, Kaden, DeDe, Mahai, Kate, Tara, Thanks Dad Mom & Andrea, Cara, Annabel, Jodi, Oz, for all your support & love. I c ri ssy, Val, Lisa P., Fr. could n't have done it without Maloney, I love you, Good Luck & Thanks for all the you! great memories. Mom, Dad -Margo Luann Montoya Thanks for making my dream Loyola II & McKay 118A: come true. I love you. -Jackie M. Pro We Made It (I hope) Love, -Evelyn the Goddess Morgan

Jules: Best Fri end, what else can we do together? Mom & Whether or not ir is clear to Dad: Thanks for all the love & you, no doubt the universe is >upporr and helping me become rhe person I am today. unfolding as ir shou ld. -Cindy Nelson Lex: Roomie, it's been the best 4 years with you . Love ya! Delta Zeta: T hanx 4 grea[ nmes. -Nancy Reyes

Thxs M&D you've given me everything- I Luv U. KL, CZ, SR, ML, SL, SL my best friends- Good Luck -Kathy O hman

IOU MOM, DAD, HOL, & WENG 4 YOUR LUV & SUPPORT!! W.R. -Wendilyn Rivera THANKS 4 THE LOV E & SUPPO RT YOU'VE G IVEN

Michelle C. Banks: Our past here was unforgettable and exciting! I look forward to the good, memorable rimes to come. We arc friends forever. Love, -Rhonda Royal

LOVE. -Greg D. Smith MOM & DAD- THANK YOU SO MUCH! I LOVE YOU! LOVE, -Catherine Snyder " ... then there are friends who sa il together through quier waters and storm y weather helping each other through jo)' and strife, and they arc rhe kind who give mea ning co life." -Lisa Spalinger

With love to Mom, Pop, Baby Thank You Mom, Keith & Sc hwanz, Nancy & rhe Ma ry, 1 would not be here without you! I Love You! Grandparents. -Loren Schwartz Than ks! -Craig Sterli ng Thanks LM U, ECC a nd ULU. Without yo u I W hat was li fe like for me ar wouldn't have made it. LMU? It was camp crazi ness. .... 5 YEARS LATER-Mom: I twas Fun, Laughs, Saga, RHs, I Love you! Dad- The words Eds, Islands, Veni ce, Work, of wisdom did help. MabelPlay, Zoo!, Subway, Jack, Thanks for listening. Chelsea, Coupons, O h, Class, Stress shacara, Brittany- You' re all from H, and Friends-- Dulce so cure. Fam ily- Stop aski ng, Jen , Mar ga ret, M eg han, "Wh en ya go nna graduate???" Karen, Laura , Shelle, Mart, T O THE NIKKI C REW: John , More and The greatesr WILD G IRLS ALWAYS IN Love KENNY! CONTACT! I LOVE YOU -Juliet StiveJl ALL- and you know who you are! I can'r forger, the jacuzzi, Four years! Everything seems Deja Vu, Las Vegas and Ha- like yesterday. wa ii. YOUR GOLDEN -Benedict Sze BROWN H ONEY ALWAYS!!!!!!!! -N ikki C. Shaw Dad, Mom, & Cliff -Thanks for all you love & support! I love you! -Bayne Shiepe FELLOW S. W.'S, IT HAS BE EN G REAT . LONG LIV E THE TRAD ITION . "BIG, DUMB, STUPID." 0-

Thanks Mom , I could never have don e it without yo u. Love, -Katherine Tavares


l would like ro express loving th anks to God, my parents, my fr iends and FKQ. -Rick Terrazas GOD LIKES ME, HE RE- JULIE, THANK YOU FOR ALLY, REALLY LIKES ME! EVERYTHI NG-LUV YA. -Joseph Trechter MOM&DAD,WELL, FIVE YEARS IS ENOUGH. I THANKS MOM AND DAD JUST WANT TO KNOW FOR ALL YOURSUPPORT WHO GOOFED. THANK AND GU IDANCE. YOU FOR STICKING BY -Eric Troyan ME, I LOVE YOU. -Carolyn Williams Mom, I couldn't have done it without you. Love always, -Janice Williams "The fu ru re belongs to those "And miles to go before I sleep, who beli eve in the beauty of And miles to go before I sleep." their dreams" quote "Eleanor R.F. Roosevelt."

-Russell Wtlson -Kristin Uhr Meghan Korey, I love you. Thanks evetyone! -Steve Wright

To .W. Boys, " WHAT A LONG STRAN G E TRIP IT'S BEEN. " BA-HA -Scott VandeBurgt Thank You Momandallof my fri ends. I love you Bri. We did it!!

MOM & DAD THANK YOU FOR EVERYTHING, I LOVE YOU. Dy2, Family, CM Love you !! -Debra R.N. Yoshimoto

-Terri Viera Thanks Mom & Dad, You're the Best! P&C Forever. -Philip Vostrejs THANKS MOM , D AD, l LUV W EE, NEEN, AMY, AND ZIAD. I LOVE YOU. B-DO G & ALL MY BUD- LMU IS GREAT! D IES, THANK YOU ALL, -Khaled Zakharia I ' LL N E VE R FORGET YO U. BYE PADDINGTON. -T-TMV

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Y. KAREN L YAMAG ISI II. llETII YAMAMOTO. USA II YAM IN!. ROIJ\ J. YANOVF.R. ANTOINE'ITE M. YAN/.. NICOLE 230 Y1\P. DAVID I. YAR II ROUGII. TANYA F. YAROSI J\SK L DANIEl. 207 YIIAIIEN. KRISTEN 230 YE. JENEI.I.E 1.. YEE. ER IC ISS. 207 Yl. CIIE II YON Yl. VICTOR IA R. 152 YONEYAMA. CATI IY M . YOSIII KANE. C I IERYL YOSIIIMOTO. DEBRA 70. 207 YOSI IIMOTO.M\'RIAM YOS I IIMOT O. VIC IUR 207 YOSI IIOKA. AARON K. YOUNCE. JUDI 230 YOUNESSI. USA E. YOUNG. FRANCES 152.230 YOUNG . ANCEIJ\ II 116. 117 YOUNG. CYNT I IIA 1.. YOUNG. ERIC E YOUNG. MARTIN 207 YOUNG. PATRICK I. YOUNG. SIIANNON 1.. YOUNG. TER II.YNN 207 YOUNG. T RACI E. YOUNG. VICKI 207 YOUNGER. KELLY M. ISS YO/.A. 111(1\Nl)ON 207 YUI'.JUI.IE YUEN. ANTI IONY 207 YUEN. PETER N.

WORD: ZWIEBACK DEFINITION: TOASTED SLICES OF BREAD THAT HAVE BEEN BAKED YELLOW i'. AIIOROWSKI. JEFFREY 207 /.AGi'.EIISKI. SANDFR 4 7J\Gi'.EilSKI. WAI:I'ER i'.AKHARIA. KHALED 207 i'.AKHARIA. ZIAI) E. i'.i\MAR. MEI.Ii'.i'.A 42 7..1\MOitA. DARREN C. i'.AMPIEI.I.O. PIIII.IP /.ANTE. CIIRISTINE 207 ZARING. WHIT NEY 207 ZEKAVAT.DIANE ZIFF. ILENE 207 i'.IGICII. !IRIAN 47 /.IGICH. NIKOI A E. i'.IMMER. II EI.MUT 230 Z IMMERMAN. ANDREW 207. 119 /.I'ITENFIELD. TAMARA 1.. liS ZUCKER. JAMES 230


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Marymount Univer~ity: For thme luc ky enou gh to return

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for their remai ning years, a nl'W era is within arm's reach. But for tho~e who lind themselves e nt ering the wo rk force or going to g rad u-

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ate school. the end of' this book mc.111s the end of' their college days. It is now their opportunit)' to get o ut on t hl·i r own and flll r~ue i nd i-

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vidual goals. LM U i~ just one ~tone acro~s the river. one ~tep up on the l.tdder in this game oflife. The grad u:ucs arc now f.-teed with the

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.ts 1hi~ license pla1c indic.uc\. A' graduale\ cmh.uk on 1hc " ro:td 10 1heir fulllre.'' 1hey remain a s1rongpan ofd1c Un1ver,i1y. The .1lumni nc1work is a s1rong backbone of 1hc Uni,·cl\il)' and n1.1i111ain\ C01mec1ions between LM U and .lll prc,·iom Lion>.

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Af1cr a number oflong hour~ .md la1c niglm in 1hc yearhook office. 1he yea rhook s1alf makes 1heir la'l .111cmp1 10 "Aur.tll Ancmion." From h:.ck Rynn Bolz, P111rirk Crr, J.P. Shirlds, Tom Fr11n11d)', Dererk lldlelll, Amu Dobler, Rhondfl /JeiiH'fl, l\1nrisoi1Jflrrios, .1nd Nmtq Cmnpbelldi;covcr 1ha1 their work i' fin.1lly filli\hcd and 1hcy c:. n hi11hcroad in scarchofolhcr ch.tllcngingcn<k.wof\. Not unlike 1hc graduat in g seniors. these swdcnl\ will pur\uc .t \UCU'"ful .md

fu lfilling future. -pl101o /,y MomfJur I '""'Y

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