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Yearbook Staff 



table of contents 



academics 

6 

athletics 

26 

clubs & organizations 

58 

special events 

90 

student life 

118 

seniors 

162 

ads & Congrats 

186 




a new beginning... 




cornucopia 2003 




co-editors 

Marlena C. Balliett 

Alicia M. Grysko 

Title Page 



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" Not eveiything that can be counted counts, and not eveiything that counts can he counted... " 

-Albert Einstein 



dr. Jennifer wilson 



" She has spent multiple long nights and days 
helping me with courses, life choices and talks on how to 
achieve my goals. Wien no one else cared, she told me 1 
could do it. She is definitely the faculty member that has 
gone beyond her call as a teacher and has become a dear 
friend I'll never forget. " 

-Sylvia Thornton 

" Dr. Wilson will do all she can to help. She gets to 
hiow her students as individuals and learns what their 
strengths and weaknesses are and builds on strengths and 
betters the weakness. She is also veiy good one-to-one. The 
student feels veiy comfortable asking questions and admit- 
ting that he/she does not understand. She makes learning 
fun' 

She is also a veiy dedicated faculty member who 
gets involved with many Del Val activities and programs. 
She is also a friend a student can talk to her for advice. 
We all think she is a great professor! " 
-Ryan Fealy 

" I feel that Dr. Wilson is a remarkable example for 
all of us striving to academically and professionally 
succeed. I feel, and I know I am not speaking alone, that Dr. 
Wilson exemplifies the true meaning of learning and she 
exhibits it in her teachings as well as her professionalism. 
She is always available to help her students, and she is 
willing to go to the extra mile in order to explain things. 
She 's always willing to help with her students ' academic 
achievement. 

As a Secondaiy Education Math major, f found Dr. 
Wilson to be a role model. She has been an important asset 
during my academic career, and to have her as a teacher 
and mentor has been truly rewarding. 

Dr. Wilson stands out from the rest for these 
reasons, and many more, ami Delaware I 'alley College is 
blessed to have her. " 

-Stacey Olsen 

"Dr. Wilson is an inspirational and well-respected 
teacher. She is always there when you need her, and she 
goes above and beyond the call of duty. My college career 
was made better because of her. I could not have done it 
without her. Thank you so much Dr. Wilson. I will never 
forget you!" 

-Tracv Avres 



Originally from Vancou\ er. Canada. Dr. Jennifer Wilson moved 
to the States after being accepted into Princeton Uni\ ersity's graduate 
program. Upon completion of her Doctorate. Wilson joined the Delaware 
Valley College faculty. Throughout her ten years of instructing math- 
ematics. Wilson has continually pushed her students to achieve. 
Whether teaching Advanced Calculus or College Algebra. Dr. Wilson is 
always enthusiastic and eager to educate. 

Outside the classroom. Dr. Wilson's door is always open to her 
students. Oftentimes. Dr. Wilson can be found spending endless hours 
with one smdent reviewing problems, directing independent studies, and 
even reviewing entire subject matters with her math education students 
for the state examination. 

Dr. Wilson demonstrates a true love for math and especially 
teaching. Over the years, she has inspired her students to grow as 
matheinaticians. students, and indi\ iduals. Her impact on the institution 
and her students is trulv infinite. Thank you. Dr. Wilson! 




2 Opening 



Left: In the beginning... 

In 1995 the math department gets to- 
gether to take their annual yearbook 
photo. 

liclow: Intrigued... 

Tracy Ayres, Lori Guzzo, Erin 
Kockafellow, and Ryan Fealy listen in- 
tently to Dr. Wilson. 




Above: Teaching new concepts... 

Dr. Wilson gets ready to teach her intrigued math students Numerical Analysis. 



Dedication 3 




a new beginning 



With each new year, comes a new beginning. 
New friends arri\'e as others continue on 
their path in life. As a butterfly changes, so 
do we. We start as "eggs" at home with 
parents, change into "caterpillars," knowing 
where to go and what to do as classes con- 
tinue through the year. We know how to 
make our "chrysalis" as graduation ap- 
proaches, but many may falter as a "butter- 
fl\" in the months after CTaduation. 




The wind tosses each of us about in the 
breeze called life. It takes our delicate 
wings a great deal of Hme to get used to 
our new ability to flv. With practice, 
however, we will soar abo\'e the rest, 
graceful and elegant. Take your new- 
found life and make a great deal of 
yourself. You deserve it! Congratulations 
on making your life as beautiful as a 
butterfly! 



Sincerefey, 

Co-'Ecfitors 
'Marfena C. 'Bafliett 
SlLicia 'M. Qryslq) 




A monarch butterfly 
starts as an egg. After 
about five days a caterpil- 
lar hatches, the caterpil- 
lar molts it's skin about 
four times. 



The caterpillar liaiigs 
upside-down by a silken 
thread. It zvill then molt 
one last time, creating 
it's chrysalis. 



Wliile inside the chrysalis, 
the caterpillar is liquified 
and reassembled. This 
process takes about three 
weeks. 



When the pupa skin 
becomes transluscent; a 
monarch butterfly will 
emerge. It needs to take 
time to dry and warm 
in the sun. 



\o'w. the monarch 
butterfly is ready to fly 
away to feed and mate. 



4 Opening 



'Think of all the beauty still left around you and be happy." -Anne Frank 




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Left: Nature... Above: Stop to Smell the 

"In all things of nature there is Flowers... 
something of the marvelous." This Tiger Swallowtail 

-Aristotle Butterfly takes time to drink 

some nectar. 



Editor's Introduction 5 



more than. 





Delaware Valley College's faculty and staff are certainly unique. While 
striving to challenge each of their students, they partake in campus wide 
activities. Many can be found advising DVC's large array of clubs, while 
others are simply taking the time to get to know their students on a personal 
basis. 




Above: Chatting.... 
SGB President, Jeff Thomas talks to 
Dr. Vincent and Dr. Arrison about hi- 
final year at DVC. 

Right: A mentor.... 

Marlena Balliett talks to Dr. Slane about 
the influence his teaching has had on her 
DVC experience. 




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Here at DVC, faculty members are not 
only ready and willing to help with any 
classroom problems, but are also eager 
to partake in school wide activities. 



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administration 




To the members of the Delaware Valley College Class of 2003, 

I offer my congratulations to you on the completion of your degree. I 
appreciate the opporti.mity to get to know students through athletics, 
music, student government, clubs and other campus activities, as this is 
one of the most enjoyable parts of my job as President. I know we have 
given you the opportunity to grow both academically and socially here 
at Delaware Valley College. It is my hope that you will use your DVC 
experiences as a launching pad for a very successful future. 



Again, congratulations and best wishes! Please remember your Alma 
Mater and keep in touch with us. 

Dr.Thomas C. Leamer, President 

Delaware Vallei/ College 




Thomas C. Leamer 

President 



8 Academics 



The French Scientist Louis Pasteur 
wrote, "When I approach children 
they inspire me in two sentiments: 
tenderness for what they are, and 
respect for what they may become." 
As you matured into adults at 
Delaware Valley College, each one 
of you has developed into someone 
special. Go forward with the 
knowledge that we, at the College, 
go with you in some small way. We 
wish the best for you, and are full of 
hope and enthusiasm for what you 
will become. 

Neil J. Vincent 

Vice President 
Demi of Faculty 




Neil J. Vincent 

Vice President 
Dean of Faculty 




Don S. Feldscher 

Special Assiftant to the President 



James E. Diamond 

Denn of Agriculture and Environmental Science 



Dolores C. Giotfre 

Dean of Business and Computer Services 



Administration 9 



administrative 



MARIA PAZDEN 

Administrative Assistant 

to the Vice President for 

Academic Affairs 




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and ttie Dean of Agriculture 


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and Environmental Sciences 



VIRGINIA EVANYKE 

Administrative Assistant 

to the Special Assistant to 

the President 




DONNA WHITTAKER 

Administrative Assistant to 

the Director of Graduate 

Programs 




department 

secretan e 




MILEEN ALTIER 

Large Animal 
Small Animal 

& 
Dairy Science 



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SUE HALDEMAN 
English 



SHARON GEORGI 

Education 

& 

Criminal Justice 





CAROL NOONAN 

Chemistry 

& 

Biology 



SHARON HADDON 

Agronomy 

Horticulture 

& 

Ornamental Horticulture 





CHRIS OCHADLICK 

Mathmatics 

& 
Liberal Arts 



PAT SMITH 

Business Administration 



10 Academics 





Dr. Ann Algeo 

Dr. Robert Bcrthold 

Dr. Richard Bortnick 

Khaled Boudjarane 

Dr. Janice Corbett 



Joseph Daniel 

Dr. Steven Dcbroux 

Dr. {Roberta Dimond 

Richard Dommel 

Joann Donigan 



Howard Eyre 

Robert Ferrari 

Rachel Finlay-Bowman 

James Flango 

Garry Flower 



Gary Fortier 

Dr. Michael Garrett 

Paula Gormley 

Dr. Janice Hammer 

Janice Haws 



Larry Hepner 

Dr. Fredrick Hofsaess 

Ronald Johnson 

Douglas Kane 

Dorma Kochis 



Fred Koslowski 

Dr. Robin Kucharczyk 

Dr. Linda Kuehl 

Dr. Anthony LaSalle 

Edwin Lawrence 



Dr. Kathryn Lee 

Kenneth Lee 

Dr. Douglas Linde 

Dr. Mingwang Liu 

Dr. George Lu 



Secretaries and Faculty 



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Dr. Paul Marino 
Dr. John Martin 
Dr. John Mertz 
Dr. James Miller 
Dr. John Mishler 



Dr. Dominic MontUeone 

Larry Morris 

Dr. Barbara Muse 

Dr. Ronald Muse 

Dr. Robert Orr 



Dr. Charles Pennacchio 

Robert Pierson 

Dr. Jolin Plummer 

Katherine Ponnock 

Dr. Pamela Reed 



Elmer Reiter 
Dr. Jacqueline Ricotta 

Anthony Rohach 
Dr. Bejamin Rusiloski 

Dr. Jack Schmidt 



Dr. Karen Schramm 

Dr. Robin Shedlauskas 

Michael Simone 

Dr. Thomas Slane 

Larry Stelmach 



Dr. Joseph Stenson 

WiUiam Stevens 

Michael Tabachnick 

Howard VVachtel 

Dr. Charles Weber 




Dr. George West 

Dr. Jennifer Wilson 

Jeff Young 

Dr. Richard Ziemer 




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12 Academics 



Camera Shy Faculty: 




LXi\ c Lk'ck 
Richnrd Cowhig 
Cvnthi.i Kelcr 
Dr. I.ind.i Miiisel 




Left: Enthralled... 

Dr. Mert/, Dr. Orr, Dr. Linde, Dr. Corbett, and 
Mr. Dommel listen intently to Dr. Learner's 
speech. 



f!(7(i,T; Walking in... 

1 )r laS.illi' iind Dr. Hammer walk in to Delaware 

Valle\' Ciilk'ge's Alma Mater. 





From the students... 


The faculty plays a large role 


in student life at DVC... 


Who is your favorite teacher? 

Dr. Fortier 
Dr. Slane 
Dr. Martin 
Dr. Orr 


What is the toughest class? 

Genetics 
Biology I 
Calculus 
Organic Chemisty 


What is the most helpful staff 


What was your favorite class? 


on campus? 

Student Life 
Library 
Finacial Aid 
Admissions 


Floral Design 

Survey of Small Animal Science 

Women's Studies 

Intro to Small Animal Management 


■poll taken Irom 50 students at rancioin 





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Faculty 13 



dvc staff 



Housekeeping (Night) 

Michael Heffner, Tom Hargrove, George Heffner, Gad ODonkor, Taymere 
Denmark, Henry Smith, Dan Losten Sr, Brian Wilson, Thornton Turner, Joe 
Kerby, and John Kary 



Receptiotiist 

Cindv Miller 

Below: RA Staff 
2002- 2003 



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Athletics 
Academic Support Laura Hogan, Jenn Wolfgang, Judy Besore, Bill Dooley, Matt Maust, Brandon 

Anne DeForrest, Vilma Legendre, Barbara Grimes, Karen Kay, and James Yard Totten, Bob Alteri, Frank Wolfgang 




Arboretum 
William Rein 



Admissions 

Kitty Bell Walter, Frances Flood, Kristy Balceniuk, Christy Lester, Frank 

Massino, Marv Campbell, Steve Zenko, Bob Tasker 



14 Academics 



C^reenhouse 

Leslie Cole, John Long, 

and Pearl 




Below: Director of 
Graduate Programs 
Lynn M. Kelm 



Bookstore 

Margaret Mert/. Lillian Sutton, Tina Huber, George Schofield 



Career & Life Education 

Kate McCarthy, Mike Ellis, Tara Bokar, Kelly Wicand, Tan\'n LeTourneau 




Bursar's Office 

Cathy Geminell and Dot Metalsky 



Business & Finance 

Donna McTamney, Deborah Dando, Jean Smola, Evelyn Soderberg, Virginia 

Altmann, Denise Schoenewald, Laurie Learner, Linda Manning Q^ 



Equine Facilities Staff F'nanr 'al Ai 1 

Audrey Bostwick, Glenn Michalak, Karin Glassman, Stephanie Barberra, MeUna Delpapa, Sharon Prudish, Joan Hock, Larissa Hoffman, and Bob Sauer 

Cory Herald, and Becky Merritt ^ 



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Events 

David Mullins, Cheryl Munizza, and Tony Ludwig 



Grounds 

Eric Andrews, Joe Mawson, Tim Varacallo, and Sean Boyle 




Health Center 
Kathy Kleinle, Marren 
Berthold, Judith Wood, and 
Mary Ann Phelan 



16 Academics 



[lousi'kooping (LXiy) 

BUI Bisbergor, Bill Snvder, Den Loston Jr. Ann Medna, Matt Lee, Serena 
Denmark, Jason Weckerlv, Dale Schrader, Dee Smith, and Pat Berry 
(Missing: Arnold Mendo/a, 1 ita Kasloski. and April Knelir) 



Information Services 

r.dward A. Wharton, John Campbell, George Rudacille, Dan Hunter, Wendy 
Harvey, Chip Scally, Donna Doan, Peggy Patterson-Clni, Mike Davis, 
Brcnda Brown, Colleen Perkins, and Bill Miller 




Human Resources 

Susan Clarke and Carol Robinson 



Institutional Adxanccment 

Kim Junod, Jonathan Matas, Loretta Fair, Doug MacEwan Jr., Ineke Daley, 

Sean Dallas, Jennifer Scordato, and Rob Nichols (Missing: Laura Soldano) 




Staff and Library Tea Party 17 f? 



Maintenance 

John Acup, Don Corino, Skip Rosenberg, Bill Shelly, Rob Liebau, Bam- 

Schuster, Matt Rovnan 



Physical Plant 

Greg Graff, Betsv Hafer, Lexi Peterson, and Craig Pierre 







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Media Center 

Jim Linden and Nanc\' D' Aquino 



Post Office 

Larrv Colbert and Ace Hutchinson 



r.a.d. 

Rape Aggression Defense 



Right: Yaahhh... 

Art Caesar shows Er\Ti Pitman how to 

block an attacker. 

Beloir: Hit em' Hard... 

Rebecca Sargent shows Scott Bradv she 

knows ho^v to defend herself. 




18 Academics 



Aborc: Ready... 

Jessica Liples practices her stance. 



Kcj;istiiii's Office 

Kcilx'il Mnr\in, l.ucy Stillwell, Karen Dost.il, Laurie Learner, and Sue 



Security 

Denise Exton, Hric Flint, Julin Dennv, Steve Griffin, Art Caesar, Cliri' 
Daley, LinJa lliick, anJ Dean llvte 
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Student Life 

Mike Bergels.Carrie Mondorff, Randi Kuhn, Dr. Elizabeth Arrison 

Cheryl Holt, Sue McGo\ern, and Jill Susice 




Aboiv: Here we are... 
Rebecca Sargent. Scolt Brady. Jessica 
Randell, Gabrielle Gordon, Jessica Liples, 
Pani Gromball. Eryn Pitman. Art Caesar 

Left: Rolling Around... 

essica Randell takes down Scott Brady. 



Above: Here 1 come... 

Gabrielle Gordon gets ready to strike Art Caesar's forearm. 



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Staff and RAD 19 p) 




Above: Doc??? 

In 1977, the Cornucopia dedicated it's book to Dr 

Robert Berthold Jr. 

Right: Everything has an Application- 
Mr. Michael Tatiachinick teaches his students the 
importantance of Physics. 



20 Academics 



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Ltff; Chem Lab!! Al'ove: Checking it out.. 

Dr. Charles Weber engages his students Dr.RobertOrrlooksatastudent'sproject. 
in a Chemistry lab. 



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Past Faculty Photos 21 



Below: Handyman.... 

Mr. Eyre enjoys fixing the roof to prepare 

for the water runoff. 



Below: Working Hard.... 
Ed Hotham, a volunteer for the Arbore- 
tum, laughs as he realizes how hard he is 
working to help the students put together 
a winning display. 




Above: Teamwork.... 

Dr. Liu and Ed Hotham put together the 

gutter for the display. 



Rig/i(; Spring Cleaning.... 

Elizabeth Kulp dusts last-minute debris 

from DVC's exhibit. 



22 Academics 




Left: In Memory of... 

The participiints of the flower show ran a 
special e\hihit in memory of Douglas 
Kane, Without his efforts, the display 
wouKI not lia\i' hivn pos'.iblr. 



Bcloiv: Inspection .... 

MikeGrady inspects the hammer to ma ki 
sure it is alright to use. 



flower show 2003 




I his year's Philadelphia 
Flower Show was yet an- 
iither triumphant success. 
I he flower show has been a 
DVC tradition since 1950. 
The theme of the exhibit this 
year was the reduction of 
pollution and waste 
through practical building 
and landscape techniques. 

"This year's exhibit dis- 
played rainwater conserva- 
tion with the greenroof, 
rainbarrel, and wetland-like 
raingarden. It is the first- 
ever DVC display funded 
by a state grant — the Dept. 
of Environmental Protec- 
tion backed it with a sub- 
stantial Coastal Zone Man- 
agement conservation 
grant. This program en- 
courages the management 
of runoff that would other- 
wise become sources of non- 
point pollution like sedi- 
ment, fertilizer, nutrients, 
road salts, septic systems, 
etc.," stated William Rein, 
director of the exhibit. 



It was displayett Iroin 
March first through the 
ninth and earned two dis- 
tinguished awards: The 
Pennsylvania Horticultural 
Society's Award of Merit 
and the Garden Club Fed- 
eration of Pennsylvania 
Conservation award. 

The design was origi- 
nally conceived by students 
under the direction of Dou- 
glas Kane. Upon his pass- 
ing in October, the students 
decided to dedicate the 
show to his memory. 

Everyone in the Horticul- 
ture department is looking 
forward to next year's show. 
It will be Del Val's 55th, and 
hopefully the best ever!!! 




Left: A Helping Hand.... 

Mr. Rein and Carter Jarrell aid in the 
hanging of the gutter for the greenroof. 



/l/'OiV. Getting Ready.... 

Carter Jarrell prunes the shrubs that were 

included in this year's flower show. 



Flower Show 23 



Below: The Truth About Snapdragons 
Renee Lombardo compares her height 
to the height of the enormous snapdrag- 
ons. 



Below: Whafs Blooming? 
Rachel Stickler and Nicole Wisnievvski 
learn about Cyclamen while on a trip 
with Mr. Cowhig's Floral Crop Produc- 
tion Class. 




Alwc: Learning Outside the Classroom 

Rachel Stickler and Nicole VVisnie\vski 
lead Mr. Cowhig's class past the 
Pointsettia's to learn more about the 
company. 



Right: Aquatics 

Dr. Martin's and Dr. Liu's Herbaceous 
ID class go to Aquascapes to learn about 
aquatic plants before heading to 
Longwood Gardens. 




24 .Academics 



Lefi: Understanding Water Plants 
Aquascapes has many interfstin)» plants 
that Ryan Mii-rta, Paul Harkins, John 
Vlurrav, and Mark Nepolitano enjoy- 



Below: Ceasar's Palace!! 
The students had a great time learning 
about plants while checking out Atlantic 
City. Putiircd: Kate Barait. Sara 
McMullen. Tiffany Keller. Marleiia Balliett. 
Uirion Sorensen. Dana Marston. Dr. Mar- 
tin, mid Fay T>eng 



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field trips galore! 



Attending DVC means more than just going to 
classes. It is about fun in the classroom as well as 
going on field trips. These trips are fun as well as 
educational. 

Going on a trip gets students motivated to 
learn more. The informal setting may even be a 
better learning environment for e\eryone. When 
students are moving around, seeing what the 
professor is talking about, and even ha\ing a 
hand in trying a few techniques, they are more 
willing to participate than if they are sitting in a 
lecture. Field trips also give the professor some- 
thing new and exciting to talk about. 

No two field trips are the same and who 
knows, on the way back, the Del Val van may 
even break down creating an exciting adven- 
ture! 



.Above: Stars of the show 
Dana Marston, Kate Baran, Sara 
McMullen, Tiffany Keller, and Leirion 
Sorensen enjoy themselves in Atlantic 
City on Dr. Martin's field trip. 



Above: Fun at Casinos 
Dr. Martin takes his Interior Plantscaping 
Class to the Casinos to learn about 
undesirable conditions for plants. 



Fields Trips 25 



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rebuilding... 




athletics 




Unfortunately, Delaware Valley College lost tremendous talent in the gradu- 
ating class of 2002. As many teams found out, replacing their star players was 
a difficult task. Howe\'er, Del Val stayed strong and worked to improve 



overall strength this year for next season. 




Above: Defending the Ball... 

Chris Faust gets readv to attack his 

oppenent and pass the ball to one of his 

teammates. 

Right: Getting Ready- 
Teammates Katie VVessner and Caitlin 
Parker get readv for their game. 





26 Athletics 




Although DelVal's sports statistics short 
fell past years, the teams and cheerlead- 
ers continued to stay positive and fo- 
cused all season long. 



Divider 27 



Below. Go, Fight, Win... 

Nicole Beyerle and the rest of the squad 
get the crowd pumped for the game. 



Right: Shout D.V.C. 

Kelli Dwyer and Colleen Rowland show 
their cheering skills and get the audience 
involved in the cheer. 




rooting for. 



cheerleading 



After capturing first place in 
the All College Cheerleading In- 
vitational held at King's College, 
the Delaware Valley College team 
was psyched to begin a new sea- 
son. 

Under head coach Maureen 
Doyle, the girls have improved in 
both tumbling and choreography. 
In addition, their stunts are more 
difficult and innovative. 

After the end of a disappoint- 
ing football season, the 
cheerleading squad held tryouts 
for the new 



season. After tryouts, the squad 
acquired a number of excited, 
fresh, new cheerleaders who are 
expected to add a new spunk to 
the original squad. 

Throughout the next couple of 
years, the girls hope to continue 
to improve their skills and keep 
the crowd pumped during every 
game. 




Above: Jump... 

Sarah Jacobs shows off her gymnastics 

skills at the football game. 



28 Athletics 



Bfhw: Yeah Del Val... 

Britney Woodell shakes her pompom af- 




Helozc: Come on Guys- 
Nicole Gravinese, Kelly Dwyer, and Col- 
leen Milligan are eager to see a touch- 
down. 




Squad Manbers: Nicole Beverle, Leigh Campell, Uonna Constantino, Nicole Defazio, kelli L'\\\cr, Jei: OlI-I; ., ^' :- 

Gravinese, Jamie Irwin, Sarah Jacobs, Jen Loucks, Colleen Milligan, Colleen Rowland, Rebecca Sankey, Rachel Stillwell, 
Brittney Woodell, Erin Zukus 
Condi: Maureen Dovle 



Cheerleading 29 



Riglit: Ready and waiting.... 
Below: Almost there.... Andy Hannah, Mark Schmidt, Andy 

Amy McLean is ready for this run to be Gardner and Nick Fritz watch their team- 
finished, mates race. 




Running out of time. 



cross country 



Men's Cross Country 

The Delaware Valley College men's 
cross country team of 2002 with 
their first-year head coach Ed 
Andrewlevich ended their season 
without enough seasoned runners 
to score as a team. 

Seniors Andy Hannah and Nick 
Fritz led their team all season and 
made themselves known during the 
2002 campaign. Hannah opened the 
season by placing third out of 
twenty runners with a time of 32: 10 
at the team's quad meet and posted 
his best season time of 29:32 at the 
Middle Atlantic Conference 
Championships finishing in 58* 
place. 

This season's Men's Cross 
Country certainly made themselves 
known at Delaware Valley College. 

30 Athletics 



\\ omen's Cross Country 

First-year head coach Ed 
Andrewlevich wrapped up the 2002 
campaign with the Delaware Valle\ 
College women's cross country 
team who won three head-to-head 
meets and placed 12 out of 13 
teams in the Middle .Atlantic 
Conference Championships(MAC). 

The Senior Erins. Baker and 
Redding in their final college year 
made quite a mark for the Aggies 
this season. Baker in the home 
quad meet had 8"' place honors and 
had her best showing by placing 
9S'^ with a time of 30: 1 7 at the 
conference championships. 
Redding with a time of 23:3 1 placed 
third in the quad meet and then 
took 51" place at the Dickinson 
Invitational 4k run with a time of 
17:26. 




Above: Sprinting for the finish.... 

Marianne Petrino finishes the race with 
a strong sprint. 



U'fl: Keeping pace.... 

Mark Schmidt knows how to pace him- 
self during long runs. 




Res 


ults 






Us 


Them 


Mat's 


N 


N 


Cedar Crest 


N 


N 


Univ of Sciences N 


N 


P. Biblical 


N 


N 


Muhlenberg 


N 


N 


Elizabethtown 


N 


N 


Paul Short 


N 


N 


Dickinson 


24th 


of 27 


DeSales 


N 


N 


MAC 


N 


N 


Women 's 


N 


N 


Cedar Crest 


W 


L 


Univ of Sciences W 


L 


P. Biblical 


W 


L 


Muhlenberg 


N 


N 


Elizabethtown 


10th 


of 10 


Paul Short 


N 


N 


Dickenson 


17th 


of 27 


DeSales 


N 


N 


MAC 


12th 


of 13 


*N- non-( 


:ounters 







Nick Fritz, Andrew Gardner, Any Haimah, Cody Peranich, Josh Potteiger, Mark Schmidt, Chris Uhland, Erin Baker, 
Liz Foreman, Laura Issacs, Laura McKendrick, Amy McLean, Marianne Petrino, Erin Redding, Marin Santore, Mary 
Wheatley 



Cross Countrv 31 




Beloiu: Psyching up.... 

Before the game, the girls take a moment 

to shout a cheer and pump up the players . 




drive it to the goal.. 



fieldhockey 



The Delaware Valley College field 
hockey team, under third-year head 
coach Jennifer Wolfgang, wrapped 
up its 2002 season with a record of 6- 
13 losses overall and ended with 1 -4 
losses in the Freedom Conference. Of 
the 1 9 players on the Delaware Valley 
roster, 14 were fi-eshmen or sopho- 
mores. The young squad recorded 
350 shots during the year, just three 
shy of the single-season record set 
by both the 1997 and 2001 squads. 
Sophomore Kristin Cottman and 
freshman Tiffany LaRosa tied for the 
team lead in scoring as both forwards 
registered 17 points. 

During her career, Cottman, who 
was a second team all-Freedom Con- 
ference honoree in 2001. scored six 
goals and assisted on 



fi\ e others. LaRosa paced Delaware 
Valley as a rookie with seven goals 
while adding three assists. 

Junior forward Sara Astbury 
notched six goals and two assists to 
finish third on the team with 1 4 points. 
Sophomore midfielder Kelly Geissler 
and freshman back Katie Wessner 
followed with seven and six points 
respectively. Lindsay Higgins Am\' 
Hummel and Abby Wilson rounded 
out the Aggie scorers. 
Seniors Dyarma Capuano and Leigh 
Stiffler wrapped up their collegiate 
games. Capuano was a four-year 
starter on defense and she helped 
Delaware Valley notch 1 1 shutouts 




Abo'^'c: Fingers crossed.... 
The girls wait anxiously on the 33 as 
their teammate Sara Astbury takes a 
penalty stroke. 



32 Athletics 




Left: All friends.... 

After an intense game, the girls field 
luukev te.nn takes a group photo. 




Lcfl: Ready.... 

Kristin Cottman gets ready to receive a 

side-line drive. 

Below: Hard hit.... 

Katie Wesner hits the ball in towards the 
sjoal. 




Results 






Us 


Them 


Muhlenberg 





5 


FDU 


2 





Elizabethtown 


2 


8 


Phili Biblical 


4 


2 


Scranton 





1 


Moravian 


1 





Chestnut Hill 


1 


2 


Misericordia 





2 


Arcadia 


1 


2 


Gwynedd-Mercy 


2 


1 


Kean 


1 


2 


WUkes 


2 


3 


Philadelphia 


1 


2 


Cabrini 


1 


3 


Kings 





1 


Neumann 


4 





Drew 


3 


5 


Albright 


2 


3 


Widener 


5 


4 




13 
Losses 



Leigh Stittier, kalic Dclci), Katie Wussnur, Lrin Montgomur), Sara Astbur)', Tittan) 1 aKi.^a, A^IiIl} i- ■ " ' ; 
Wilson, Natalie Stannard, Kristin Cottman, Kelly Geissler, Marcy Nye, Lindsay Higgins, Dyanna Capuano, Meghann 
Stasko, Jessica Bray, Amy Hummel, Estella Ruth, Lauren Duke, Caitlin Parker 



Field Hockey 33 



Below: Run... 

Al Glackin runs with the ball hoping to 

get a first dou^n. 



Right: Hut, Hut, Hike... 

These Aggies hope to defend the line of 

scrimmage. 



"m 




working to improve. 



football 



After an intense pre-season, 
the Aggies entered the \ear with 
hopes of improving last ^•ea^s sta- 
tistics. 

They had hoped to change 
their fate this year with a new- 
head coach, G.A. Mangus, but it 
seems the Aggies will need more 
than just a new leader. Mangus 
has been knowm to improve strug- 
gling coUege programs, specifi- 
cally Widener University and 
Ursinus College. 

The Aggies even returned this 
season with twent)' letter win- 
ners, thirteen of which started 
last season. Unfortunatelv, 



thev were unable to produce a 
\\inrdng season. 

The season began with a 54-0 
loss against Lycoming. .After four 
consecuti\e losses, including the 
homecoming game against 
Susquehanna, Del Val seized 
their first \icton,- against Ne\\' 
Jersey Cit\- Uni\-ersit\- (28-0). 

The staff hopes to bring the 
team up to par with their oppo- 
nents during the off season, hope- 
fully changing into positi\-e re- 
sults. 




-T.;\ : \ Touchdown... 

Dave Cannon goes to score a touchdouti 

and tie up the game. 



34 Athletics 




Below: Charging Through... 
Dave Carmon charges through the de- 
fence with the ball. 




Bchiv: Going After the Ball... 
Azarid Numerato goes to help his team- 
mate Andrew Erbv. 




Results 






Us 


Them 


Team 






Lycoming 





54 


Albright* 


14 


52 


Kings* 


14 


50 


Susquehanna* 


28 


49 


New Jersey City 





28 


Wilkes* 


24 


38 


Morvian* 


13 


33 


Widener* 


14 


44 


Lebanon Valley* 


26 


33 


FDU-Madison* 


35 


29 


*Freedom Conference 






Wins Losses 



Picii/ers: Alexander Barbuur 1 in. i^ Im-on, Micheal Bocchino, Giovanni Brooks, David Carmon, Damien Ciexwisz, Pat Conerly, Stephen Cook. John Cowitch, 
Scott Cruttenden, Aarron I J j tk '. \ 1 k h luI Daneker. Sean DeLuca, Mark DeLucia, Andrew-Lee Erby, Zachar)' Fairchild, Reynaldo Fuentes, Daniel Garretl, Richard 
Gear, Alfred Glackin, Brandon Gordon. Melvm hands. Matthew Hoffert, Quinton "Dougie" Howard, Eric Inama, Ke\Tn Kenndey. Ahmeel Kirlon, Jamie Kleinle, 
Adam Knoblauch, Clint LaStella, Anthony Manorek, Anthony McCioy, Kenneth McClure, Ke\in McGotty, Chris Mciver, Shea Mealia, Andrew Mincer, Ke\'in 
Moloney, Sean Needham, Andrew Neff, Azaria Numerato, Matthew Palmer, Nathan Palmer, Bryan Pellek, Dainel pomraning, Thomas Rady, Ryan Reese, 
Matthew Reich. William Robinson, Jason Rorer, Edward Ruff, Edward Schroeder, Eric Simoneau, Edward Smith, Robert Snyder, William Sprague, Justin Sturchio, 
Nicholas Szulim-Sa, Kenneth Teleski, Thomas Keever, Jason Thompson, Scott Thompson, Joshua Trinkleback, Brian Watkin 

Coaches: GA Mangus, Greg Fedick, Rob Chesney. Rob Leach, Bill Manlove, Mike Davis, Lyle Hemphill, Justin McEwen, Mike Holderman, Charles Greco, Dan 
Drake, Kevin Miraski, Rashard Williams 



Football 35 



Belmc: Watching the Game... 

Tim Dono\"ari, Matt Pierce, Sean Noonan, 
Scott Burcik, and Adam Mellor watch 
their teammates try to score a goal. 



Right: Defending... 

Mike Hannan gets the ball from the 

opposing team. 




working hard... 



men s soccer 



After losing three ke\" plavers 
last year, the men's soccer team 
knew that this year would be a 
rebuilding one. Starting the \ear 
off with double and triple ses- 
sions, the boys were well trained 
for the intense sixt\' minute game. 
Sadly, their hard work and tal- 
ents did not get to shine through. 

The men finished off their sea- 
son 3-15. However, thev plan on 
shrugging off thus year's record 
and working on impro\'Lng their 
skills in the off season. 

This years team was lead by 
senior Captain Kyle Knouse of 



Arendtse\ille, PA and Junior cap- 
tain Sean Noonan of WTute Hall, 
MD with head coach Kalman 
Csapo assisted by Louis Vida, 
Don Nelson, and Pat Snyder. 
Csapo hopes further their skills 
by sending the bovs to camp dur- 
ing the off season. 

Hopefully, by next vear, the 
men will ha\e their rough edges 
smoothed out and will be able to 
improve their record. 




Abozv: Dribbling the Ball... 

Randy Cominski takes the ball and gets 
ready to pass it up the field. 



36 Athletics 




Hclo-w: Go Get It... 

Mark Napolitano grabs the ball and 
passes it to his teammate. 




Belozu: Warming Up... 

The team stretches before the game. 





Results 






Us 


Them 


Haverford 





1 


Widener 


1 


6 


William Patt 





2 


Montclair 





3 


Lebanon Valley 


3 


4 


Moravian 





3 


Wilkes* 





3 


Gwynedd-Mercy 


2 


1 


Scranton* 


1 


2 


Lycoming* 


3 


2 


Ursinus 


1 


2 


DeSales* 





4 


Albright 


2 


3 


Philadelphia 


1 





FDU* 





1 


Muhlenberg 


6 


1 


Drew* 





3 


Kings* 


1 


3 





^,'.,•:/l'|^. Xicliolas BLTc/-.inb.kv, Brun Bluodgood, S^otl Burcik, Kand\ Comiiiski, Michael L' .. .,^-., ji- ■,/- _'--.-, ■ ' ; " 

Dunbar, Michael Everingham, Patrick Fackler, Nicolas Farda, Christopher Faust, Tom Fisher, Matthew Gilson, Micheal liannan, Francis 
Higgins, Stephen Horst, Kyle Knouse, Michael Mayne, Justin McWhorter, Adam Mellor, Eric Milano, Mark Napolitano, Sean Noonan, 
Matthew Pierce, Thomas Pierce, Ryan Ponnwitx, Michael Schilling, Robert Shinn, Hans Spalholz, Michael Taylor, Brian Trionfo, Daniel 
Wickerham, Tarweh Witherspoon, Cturistopher Zirpoli 
Coaches: Kalman Csapo, Louis Vida, Don Nelson, Pat Snyder 



~^::^ 



Men's Soccer 



Belcrw: Going After the Ball... Right: Good Move... 

Fmilv Hane goes for the ball and gets Kate Deker gets the ball from the other 

ready to pass it to one of her teammates, team and gets readv to make a goal. 





what a season.. 



women s soccer 



This year, the women's soccer 
team finished the season with a 
10-9 record under head coach 
Kevin Dohert%- assisted by L\Tin 
Ashton. 

Although the team was lack- 
ing in numbers, their talent \vas 
apparent. Of the fourteen play- 
ers, ten of them were returning 
letter winners. Team Captains 
Kristen Wurzburg of Delanco, N] 
and 



Tara Corkev of Mount Laurel, XI 
helped to lead the girls to a 3-? 
record in the Freedom Confer- 
ence games. 

CKerall, the girls had a tre- 
mendous season, beating their 
2001 record of 7-10. They contin- 
ued placing throughout the off- 
season in indoor competition 
helping to improve their skills 
and team unit\'. 




.4(v;= It s High... 

Lauren Rusnak gets the ball down and 

passes it to one of her teammates. 



38 Athletics 



(Ta 



HclouK Go Leach... 

Katie Leach is ready to beat the other 

team in the final minutes of the game. 




Results 






Us 


Them 


Rutgers 


5 


4 


Stevens Tech 





4 


Cabrini 


4 


1 


Neumann 


4 





Swarthmore 


3 


1 


Scranton* 


2 


3 


Muhlenberg 





3 


Baptist Bible 


3 


1 


Moravian 





2 


Lycoming* 


3 


2 


Widener 


1 


3 


Wilkes* 


2 


4 


Marymount 


4 


1 


Arcadia 


2 


3 


Ursinus 


2 


1 


FDU 


1 


2 


DeSales* 


2 





King* 


7 


1 


Drew* 





1 





Players: Tara Corkey, Kate Decker, Lindsay Eversole, Catherine Glaab, Emily Hane, Kathryn Leach, Alicia Leonetti, Ana 
Mecaj, Andrea Pratt, Dana Ronyack, Lauren Rusnak, Janelle Smoyer, Abigail Worton, Kristen Wurzburg 

Conches: Ke\'Ln Dohertv, Lvnn Ashton 



Women's Soccer 



Below: When is it getting here? 
Emily Traylor assesses the speed and 
distance of the ball as she prepares to 
attack. 



Right: Checking the plans... 
Andrea Radice listens to head coach, Sara 
Wuerstle, as she explains some strate- 
gies. 




rough times. 



volleyball 



This year's volleyball team, 
headed by Sara Wuerstle, con- 
sisted of ele\'en players, four who 
were retuniing letter winners in- 
cluding two of the top players in 
the programs history, Emil)? 
Traylor of King of Prussia, PA 
and Laura Moore of West Chester, 
PA. 

With these two players return- 
ing as Captains, the team was 
expected to continue their seven 



year winning streak. 

Unexpectedly, the team fell 
apart early in the season. After 
the second match, the girls de- 
cided to suspend the rest of the 
season. Although the college was 
dissappointed with the girls de- 
cision, they supported their 




Above: Preparing to serve.... 

Laura Moore concentrates as she warms 

up for the big game. 



40 Athletics 




licUniK Twisted.... 

Asia Shipley roaches Ihe ball by twisting 
her hddv. Wav td gd! 




Below: Oh, No! 

Elizabeth Garner seems worried. Is it too 

close? It's right on! 




Results 

Us 
Philadelphia 
Biblical Tourn. 1 
Kings 3 



Them 



Season Suspended 



2 
Losses 




PImers: Asia Shipley. Angela Lacina, Emily Traylor. Andrea Radice. Laura Moore. Joie Ballentine, Amanda Rushinski. 
Elizabeth Ryan, Elizabeth Gamer, Stacey Doderer 

Head Coach: Sara Wuerstle 



VoUeybaU 41 



Belozv: Slam dunk... 

Josh W'urtz drives towards the basket for 

a two point shot. 



Right: Coaching... 

During a full time-out, head coach BUI 
Dooley encourages the team to step up 
their pla\ing. 




shooting some hoops. 



men's basketball 



The 2002-03 season marks the return 
ofhead coach Bill Dooley to the Dela- 
ware \'alle\ CoUege men " s basketball 
sidelines. The young team, under 
head coach Bill Dooley . recenth' com- 
pleted its 2002-03 season. The .A.ggies 
w ent 5-19 o\eral] and 0- 1 4 in the Free- 
dom Conference. The 1 2-man roster 
consisted of eight freshmen, three 
sophomores and one junior. The high- 
light of the team's season was caprur- 
ing first-place honors at the Villa Julie 
College Classic with victories over 
McDaniel College (67-64) and Villa 
Julie (66-65). 

Sophomore forward/center Josh 
W'unz played in all 24 games with 1 7 
starts, and he led the team in scoring 
with an average nine points per con- 
test. 



Freshman forward Ke\m Wright 
started 15 of the 24 games he played 
in and trailed only Wurtz in scoring 
with 8.3 points per game. 
Fellow rookie Brian Singer made 14 
starts and finished with 6.9 points 
and 2.2 rebounds per game. 
Sophomores James .\vant and 
Randall Gra\ es played key roles m 
the .^ggie backcourt. 
Freshmen s\\ ingmen Tim Smink and 
Frank Finne> combined for 22 starts 
during their rookie campaigns. 




Above: Bringing it do»vn court.„ 
Tim Smink heads do^\Ti the cour^ 
hopes to get a three point shot. 



■4; .Athletics 




Left: Hitting the ball... 

Kevin Wright obtains position for the 
Aggies in the beginning of the game. 



Results 






Us 


Them 


SUNY-Geneseo 


61 


70 


Salisbury 


67 


65 


Philadelphia Bib 


47 


78 


Scranton 


52 


84 


Lycoming 


51 


96 


Centenary 


74 


72 


McDaniel 


67 


64 


ViUaJulie 


66 


65 




18 
Losses 



Players: James A\ant, Randall Gra\-es, Tim Smink, Frank Finney, Mike Dawson, Dante Johnson, Kevin Wright, Sean 
Smith, Josh Wurtz, Brain Singer, Matt Hubbard, Josh Taylor 
Coaches: Bill Dooley, Jason Potten, Dennis Surovec, Pat Loftus 



Men's Basketball 43 



Belmc: Calling the shots... 

Amber Smolinsky calls the play as she 

brings the ball up covurt. 



Right: Getting ready... 
Before the game, the girls discuss strat- 
egy and pump themselves up. 





shooting for a win. 



women's basketball 



Head coach Laura Hogan has rebuih 
the Aggies into a regional power of 
the last four \'ears. The Delaw are 
Valley College women's basketball 
team, under head coach Laura Hogan. 
completed its 2002-03 season with 1 1- 
15 overall and 6-8 losses in the Free- 
dom Conference to qualify for the 
conference playoffs forthe third con- 
secuti\ e year and four of the last fi\e 
seasons. 

Senior guard and first team all-Free- 
dom Conference selection .Amber 
Smolinsk) led the team and the con- 
ference in scoring with an a\ erage of 
17.7poiiitspergame. Smolinsky fin- 
ished her career as Delaw are Valley " s 
fourth all-time leading scorer with 
1.409 points. 



Sophomore forward center Bndget 
Golden was one of only r« o players 
in the Freedom Conference to a\ er- 
age a double-double with 12.8 points 
and 10 rebounds per game. Golden"s 
261 rebounds were the fourth-high- 
est, single-season total in school his- 
tory. 

Junior forward guard Shannon 
McCormick started 25 of the 26 games 
and notched career highs of 8.3 points 
and 4.9 rebotmds per contest. The 
team captain also a\eraged L9 as- 
sists and 1 . 1 steals for the year. 
Sarah Tuffher also sened as a team 
captain and \\ as ranked second in the 
Freedom Conference in blocks and 
se\enth in reboundina. 




Aboi^e: Dri\Tng foward... 

Jackie Hartzell pushes the ball up the 

court as the other team presses up. 



44 Athletics 




Right: Practice makes perfect... 

lull McGowan practices her jump shot 

before the game. 



Results 





Us 


Them 


Lebanon Valley 
Trinity 


70 
108 


88 
44 


Juniata 


76 


84 


Scranton 


57 


80 


Lycoming 

Gettysburg 

Kean 


72 
63 
99 


75 

70 

103 


Moravian 


59 


70 


Goucher 


79 


71 


Cabrini 


74 


65 


Kings 
DeSales 


49 

73 


92 

77 


Johns Hopkins 
WUkes 


67 
59 


65 
68 


Drew 


75 


60 


Arcadia 


80 


69 


FDU-Florham 


67 


63 


Lycoming 
Scranton 


61 
60 


68 
54 


DeSales 


48 


75 


Gwynedd-Mercy 53 
Kings 63 
Wilkes 68 


59 

77 
58 


FDU-Florham 


77 


54 





Players: Ashley Ziegler, Jen McCarthy, Juli McGowan, Amber Smolinsky, Sarah Tuffner, Kate McCarthy, Bridget 

Golden, Shannon McCormick, Jackie Hartzell 

Coaches: Laura Hogan, Robert Aungst, Melaine Spratt, and Alisa DiBonaventura 



Women's Basketball 45 



"IT- 



Below: A new move... Right: Getting him down... 

Jason Shivak tries out a new move on Aaron Harris liolds this wrestler down 

this wrestler. for the count. 




down for the count. 



wrestling 



The .Aggies wrestling team, ranked 
se\enth in the country', has not had a 
losing season since the 1 969-70 cam- 
paign. The 2003 season was no differ- 
ent. Coach Brandon Totten directed 
this year's squad to a 17-3 record. 
including a perfect 7-0 mark in Middle 
Atlantic Conference (MAC) matches. 
The Delaware Valley College wres- 
tling team won the MAC Wrestling 
Championship for the second con- 
secutive year and the 1 1 th time in the 
storied history' of the program. The 
Aggies then qualified four wrestlers 
forthe NCAA Division III Champion- 
ships. Coach Totten was named the 
MAC Coach of the Year for his ef- 
forts. 



The .Aggies finished in 13th place at 
the NCAAs with sophomore B.J. 
Wise earning All-.4merican honors 
by placing third in the 133-pound 
w eight class. Wise became the 42nd 
.■\ll-.\merican in the storied history of 
the program. Fellow national qualifi- 
ers were Jason Shivak. Josh House- 
keeper, and .Andrew Helms. .A.s a 
team, Delaware Valley finished in 13th 
place. 

Brandon Totten was recently named 
the NCAA Division 111 Wrestling 
Rookie Head Coach of the Year. The 
assistant coach and fonner three-time 
Di\ ision III national chanipion Shaun 
Smith was inducted into the Pennsyl- 
\'ania Wrestling Hall of Fame. 




46 Athletics 



Hiiow: Winning the match... 

Jason Shivak shows his strength when 

he wrestles. 




'^ 



Results 






Us 


Them 


Pitt 


9 


29 


McDaniel 


24 


15 


Wilkes 


26 


20 


MountUnion 


29 


16 


Delaware State 


37 


6 


Muhlenburg 


42 


12 


NYU 


42 


10 


King's Point 


44 


4 


Upper Iowa 


31 


12 


TCNJ 


3 


29 


Cortland State 


39 


6 


LaCrosse 


13 


27 


John Carroll 


24 


13 


Monclair State 


28 


21 


Kings 


28 


13 


Lycoming 


34 


13 


Scranton 


29 


18 


Elizabethtown 


58 





Albright 


43 


9 


Messiah 


21 


19 


MAC Championships 


It King's 


NCAAChampi 


onshipsatOhio 




Below: Pinned... 

B.J. Wise pins his opponent to the floor. 




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n ^ 


/ - 


>jJaL 



M. 



i: 






Players: Stephen Babcock, Andrew Belding, Mike Berlanda, Ryan Campbell, Casey Donovan, Aaron Evans, Kirby 
Fanus, Steve Flavell, Drew Geiger, Aaron Harris, Andrew Helms, Wayne Helms, Josh Housekeeper, Scott Hutton, 
Cot Keim, Jeremy Messinger, Dean Miller, Kevin Moore, Luke Morris, Jim Mowbray, Billy Pettit, Kyle Pliipps, Jason 
Shivak, Rick Smith, Forest Smith, Mike Weston, Desmond Wiggins, B.J. Wise, Jon Zang, Matt Zerbv 



Wrestling 47 



Below: Ready- 
Steve Orman catches a ground ball and 
makes the throw to first. 



Right: Watching the team... 

Catcher Jeremy Fidler scopes out the 

other tean:i before the game. 




throwing some strikes. 



baseball 



The Delaware Valley College base- 
ball team, under head coach Bob 
Altieri. concluded its 2003 season 
with a 1 9- 1 4 o\ erall. including a 1 0-8 
mark and a playoff spot in the Free- 
dom Conference. 
The trip to the postseason was the 
seventh straight for Delaware Valley 
including six Middle Atlantic Confer- 
ence Freedom Conference berths 
( 1 997. 1 998. 2000. 200 1 . 2002. 2003 ) 
and three bids to the Eastern College 
Athletic Conference (ECAC) South- 
em Region Championships ( 1 999, 
2000.2002). 



Leading the way for the Aggies was 
junior first baseman Mark Roth 
(Warminster. PA Archbishop 
Wood ), who was named the Freedom 
Conference co-Most Valuable Player 
(the fifth Delaware Valley baseball 
player in the last six years to recei\ ed 
the honor), first team all-conference 
and first team all Mid-Atlantic Re- 
gion. He is on the Ail-American ballot 
and may become the first player in 
Aggie baseball history to receive such 
an honor. 




48 Athletics 



law: Over there... 
Nick Rozdilski throws the ball home for 
the win. 



Below/Left: Warming up... 

Brandon McCabe warms up his arm 

before the big game. 




Florida 


7W 


2L 


Ursinus 


8 


5 


Scranton 


15 


2 







7 




14 


5 


Wilkes 


5 


12 




12 


8 




2 


15 


Rutgers 


5 


3 


FDU 


6 


2 


Drew 


8 


2 


1 


8 





1 


14 


4 


Kings 


7 


11 




11 


4 




6 


9 


FDU 


6 


1 


Haverford 


3 


12 


University of Sc. 


6 


14 


DeSales 


4 


19 




4 


8 




5 


4 




Plnycrs: Sean Meister, Stuart Goldstein, AJ DeNardo, Kyle Knose, Jason Champagne, Pat Fisher, Derek SchoU, Jermey 
Fidler, Ste\e Orman, Matt Johnson, Ben Polimer, Brandon McCabe, Tim Trotman, Mick Bigwood, Chris Barlow, Mark 
Roth, Nick Rozdilski, Zeke Boren, Paul Parsons, Ken Keiffer, Dave Keeler, Bret Thiel 
Conches: Bob Altieri, Matt Altieri, Brian Burke, Tony DeLude 



Beloa': Concentrate.... 

Dustin Pierce finishes this hole with a R'gl't: Pudding.... 

Birdie. Tim Reese shoots for par on the green 




hole in one... 




The Delaware Valley College golf 
team, under head coach Doug 
Linde. recently completed its most 
successful season in school 
histor\-. The Aggies went 6-1 in 
head-to-head meets and was the 
runner-up at the 14-team Middle 
Atlantic Conference (MAC) 
Championships. 

Delaware Valley registered a five- 
man score of 957 at the 54-hole 
MAC Championships that was held 
at the Shaw nee Country Club 
(Shawnee on the Delaware. Pa) on 
April 26 and 27. The Aggies only 
trailed Susquehanna University, 
which had a 924 and won its ninth 
straight conference crown. 



Delaw are \aiie\ had a pair of 
conference medalists in sophomore 
Shawn Cooper (Middletown. PA/ 
Middletown) and senior Steve 
McDonald (Pottstown. PA St. Pius 
X). 

Cooper held the lead after day one 
of the MAC Championships and 
finished tied for fourth place with a 
23 1 . Cooper was named the team's 
Most Valuable Golfer as he paced 
the Aggies with a 79.3 a\erage. He 
had the team's best score at four 
events, including a 75 at the 
Widener Uni\ ersity Invitational on 
April 3 that placed him fifth at the 
event. 




50 Athletics 




Results 



I 


'lace 


Teams 


Swarthmore 


3W 


OL 


Widener 


2nd 


18 


Lebanon Valley 


9th 


15 


Alveria 


3rd 


12 


FDU 


2W 


OL 


Widener 


IW 


IL 


MAC Champ 


2nd 


14 





Players: Shawn Cooper, Rob Difflin, Mike Everingham, Mike Pagan, Andy Hannah, Joe Lynch, Steve McDonald, Dustin 
Pierce, Tim Reese, Louis Shults 
Coach: Doug Linde 



Golf 51 



Belcw: Strike.... 

Jen Moyer throws the ball to strike the 

batter out. 



Right: Getting psyched.... 

Before the inning the girls pump them- 

sehes up and discuss strategy. 




striving to succeed... 



Softball 




The Delaware Valle\ College soft- 
ball team, under head coach Tom 
Wuerstle. recently completed its 2003 
season. The .Aggies went 7- 1 9 overall 
and 0- 1 4 in the Freedom Conference. 
Five of Delaware Valley's seven 
\ ictories came on the team's Spring 
Break trip to North Myrtle Beach. 
South Carolina as the .Aggies went 5- 
1 in varsity contests. Delaware Val- 
ley produced a pair of all-Freedom 
Conference honorees in junior sec- 
ond baseman Tammy Banks (High 
Bridge. NJVoorhees) and freshman 
utility player Wendy Strohl 
(Lehighton. PA Lehighton). 
ERA in 19-plus innings of work. 



Banks paced the team and ranked 
fifth in the conference in batting with 
a career-best .404 a\ erage. Her .442 
on-base percentage also led the 
Aggies and ranked si.xth in the Free- 
dom Conference. Banks had 19 hits, 
one triple and se\en RBls. 
Strohl saw time at left field, short- 
stop, designated hitter and pitcher. 
She batted .278 in 23 starts with a 
team-high 21 RBIs.HerRBl total also 
tied her for seventh in the Freedom 
Conference. Strohl added 10 runs 
scored, four doubles, one triple and 
one home run. On the mound, she 
went 1-1 with a 2. 85 




Jackie Neil steps up to the plate to make 




^^^^ Below: Watching the game.... 

~^^^ The rest of the team cheers the girls on. 



Results 




Us 


Them 


Concordia 5 


4 


Gordon 9 


2 


Medaille 10 


2 


Stonehill 11 


3 


Westfield 
Arcadia 1 


7 



Kings 4 




15 

8 


Wilkes 4 


5 


3 


9 


Widener 


5 


3 


4 


FDU 3 


7 


1 


4 


Drew 


5 


2 
Scranton 4 


10 

7 


3 
DeSales 


8 
11 


2 


12 


Haverford 4 


8 


7 
Phil Biblical 13 


3 
6 





Coiiclies: Tom Wuerstle, Kevin Cooney, Fred DiChiara 

Players: Alison Suttie, Jenn Welsh, Beth Sander, Jackie Neil, Melissa Foxall, Tammy Banks, Wendy Strohl, Katie Leach, 
Lindsay Eversole, Alicia Resciniti, Jen Mover, Bridget McLaughlin, Amy DeBuck, Casey Bidlinmaier, Jen Campbell, 
Casey Sparks, Christine Bowie, Rose Paylor, Ashley Beam 



Softball 53 



BelOiP: Nice throw.... 

Eric Orr enjoys participating in the jav- ^#'- ^P' ^P' Over.... 

elin tosses. April Mafturak clears the jump. 




running to the finish line. 



track 



Men's Track and Field 

The Delaware Valley men had r« o 
MAC qualifiers in Andy Hannah 
(Philadelphia. PA"Northeast Catholic) 
and Michael Moore (Metuchen, NJ 
Metuchen). Hannah, a senior, placed 
15th in the 1,500-meter run with a 
time of 4; 14.04. He also competed in 
the 5,000-meter run during the season. 
Moore, a freshman, failed to clear the 
bar in the pole vault at the MAC 
Championships. 

Senior Nick Fritz (Fairless Mills. PA 
Pennsbury) concluded his collegiate 
career by running in the 3.000-meter 
and 1 0,000-meter e\ ens during the 
year. Fritz's top time in the 3.000- 
meter run was 10:32.93 at the DeSales 
Invitational while his 39:54.32 at the 
Osprey Invitational was his top time 
in the 10,000-meter run. 



Women's Track and Field 

The Delaware Valley College men's 
and w omen's track and field teams, 
under head coach Joe Kern, recently 
completed its 2003 season. The 
women placed 10th out of 1 1 teams at 
the Middle Atlantic Conference 
(MAC) Championships while the men 
were 1 1th. 

The women compiled nine points at 
the MAC Championships - hosted by 
Widener University' from May 1-3 - 
with senior April Mafturak (Hayes, 
VA Gloucester) leading the way. 

Mafturak set a school record and tied a 
MAC record in the pole vault by 
clearing the bar at 1 feet. 6 inches. She 
tied Erin Weaner of Messiah College in 
the event, but Weaner w as aw arded the 
conference title since Mafturak had 
one more miss at earlier heights. 




Above: Catching up.... 

Nick Fritz, joined by alumni Steve 
Lafferty, pushes himself to get into first 
place. 



54 Athletics 



liclow: Running hard.... 

Miiry Wheatlv demonstrates her love 
tor running during this meet. 



Below/Left: One more lap.... 

Andrew Gardner keeps a steady pace as 

he enters his last lap. 




Plaiji-rs: Erin Baker, Amanda Bohler, Kristin Funkhouser, Kate Glaab, Christina Kirkland, April Mafturak, Amy McLean, 
Kathleen Noll, Andrea Pratt, Mary Wheatly; Nick Daneker, Nick Fritz, Andrew Gardner, Any Hannah, Ken McClue, 
Michael Moore, Eric Orr, Mark Schmidt, Rob Snyder 
Coaches: Joe Kern, Ed Andrewlevich 



Track and Field 55 






K(\;/!f. Bump, Set, Spike... 
Below: Heading to Practice... j^^^^ students take the night off from 

All-star lacrosseplayerTresClarkeheads studying to play a short game of volley- 
ball. 



to practice out on the soccer field. 




keeping active. 



working out 



For many students, athletics 
is more than just our organized 
Division III teams. Throughout 
the year, many students can be 
found participating in a number 
of intramural sports, such as soft- 
ball, basketball, and lacrosse. As 
well, many student take full ad- 
vantage of the school weight 
room and gymnasium. 



while others find enjoyment us- 
ing the Del Val outdoor volley- 
ball court or running through the 
hilly campus. What ever your 
preference, Del Val certainly has 
something to keep even the least 
athletic person in shape. 





Below: Shooting some hoops... 

Chris Check shoots hoops in the new 

gym before he heads to dinner. 




Relow: PULL!!! 

At The Night of Champions, these stu- 
dents participate in a tug of war match. 



Above: Watching their team.. 

The AGR boys watch their team out in 

the field. 

Left: Lifting.. 

April Mafturak, Mark Nepolitano, Laura 
McKendrick, Sean Cooper, and Will 
Robinson take some time out of their 
busy schedule to lift some weights. 



Working Out 57 



helping out with... 

clubs and organizations 

Delaware Valley College's numerous clubs certainly add an interesting 
element to the school. Like most colleges, DVC offers many clubs pertaining 
to its majors, three different publications to work on, and a number of Greek 
fraternities and sororities. These clubs present a small, close-knit atmo- 
sphere for members. Most students can agree that this atmosphere is the 
driving force that keeps e\"ery club li\^ely. 




Above: Fun times... 

Kate Baran, Amy Siebert, Krystal 
Lucykanish, and Beth Bell chat about the 
upcoming Sigma Alpha events. 

Right: Getting Ready... 

Mr. Eyre gets Dr. Liu stnmg up to climb 

the tree. 




•V* 'XX> 



58 Clubs and Organizations 




Delaware Valley College's students en- 
joy taking part in a number of club activi- 
ties. 



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Divider 59 



getting involved in DVC 

clubs and organizations 



Whether you prefer governing 
and running productions at 
DVC, putting together a publica- 
tion, or simply looking to get to 
know other students in your 
major. Delaware Valley College 
has the club for you. 

Here at DVC. it is easy to get 
invohed in a number of activi- 
ties. In fact, many acti\e 
members of these clubs will 
often agree that they have "too 
much on their plates." 



Junior Kristi Orendi can often 
be found at a number of events 
"Being involved on campus is a 
significant part of the college 
experience. College is about more 
than the classroom education. It 
makes you more well rounded and 
helps you have the skills you'll 
need in your post-collegiate 
years." 

Although being active in the 
DVC community can prove to be 
stressful, these students seem lo 
enjoy e\ery moment. 





60 Clubs and Organizations 




Animal Science- Society 

KaiiL- Pdwcll. Tammy Clapper. Sara Blacklcdge, 
Ken KeiHer. Megan Ramus. Alicia Rescinili; 
Andrew McCarly. Prank Pasanella, Lauren 
Jones. Lauren Young. Kristin Funkhouscr. Jen 
C/ar. Nicole Horvalh. Laura Isaacs. Nicole 
Cochran. Danielle Hedges. Chrisly Cascioli. 
Heather C. McCarthy; Aimee Sirouse. Pam 
Gramhall. Jen Rceder. Marisa Sanlora. Mandi 
Shaw. April Maflurak. Ryan Parker. Desircc 
Haneman. Jon Bergmann. Molly Ault. Melissa 
Perri. Monica Perri; Janell Miller. Danielle 
Seibel. Rosemary Paylor. Alicia Dowling, Billy 
Smith. Jennel Hul'smith. Ericka Killian. Michael 
J. Albone. Ashley Fritchman. Breann DePictro; 
Krisii Denton. Michelle Neumcnn, Daniel Bisti, 
Jackie Federici, AnnMarie Armcnti. Danielle 
Pullen, Kristin Ccxhrane. Lauren Rickman. 
Jessica Heward. Julia Krout. Gcna Ragnoli. 
Laura Pregen/.er 




Apiary Society 

Bob Lawless. Aaron Evans. Sara McMullen, 
Austin Evans. Beth Hater. Matt Fricbcl. Melissa 
Krawc/yk. Hans Spalhol/, Rob Arcidiacono. 
Dr. Berthold 




Biology Club 

Giovanni Brooks . Tiffany Nicely. Tom 
Coghlan. Shannon Daub, Jannell Miller. 
Ramona Azone. Cara Clementi. Mike Albano, 
Rosaline A. Dsuzusa. Erin Mizdail: MeUssa 
Carboni. Emily Clementi. Melissa Baily. Dr. 
John Mertz 



Group Photos 61 



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Block and Bridle 

Jessica Hester. Kale McGovem, Erin 
Baker. Molly Ault. Erica Paswater. 
Stefanie Johnson, Amanda Bohler. Jen 
Campbell; Nicole Strain. Rochelle Coins. 
Kristi Denton. Kate O'Driscoll. Marlaree 
Searle. Jon Bergman. Jerr\ McDermott. 
Tara Hochstein. Juliette Carroll; Bert 
Matin. Josli "Buaey" Sanders. Dr. Hofsaess 




BSU 

Danisha Berry. Hazel Lopez. Ramono 
Azone. Brian Turner. Lydia F. Lee, Debra 
Davis; Alicia Reed. TitTany Jones. 
Rosaline A Anzman. Ahnjel C. Weaver; 
Laura Pregnzer, Christiene Perez-Chin, T. 
Jeremy Worthington, Anthony Robinson. 
Eric Orr 




Cornucopia 

Katie Zelich, Alicia Grysko. Frank 
Fasanella; Taryn Bartholomew, Marlena 
C. Balliett, Kristi Orendi 




62 Clubs and Organizations 




C'rimiiKil Justice ( lub 
Rcnce Calhoun. Jeremy Appcnzeller, Sarah 
HelTner, Amy Delisle, Tiffany Nicely, 
Jesse Intessimoni 




Daisy Society 

Gwen Courtrigtu. Audrey Nissley. 
Meredith Baily. Jenn Oxenreider, Chris 
Derr, Jordan Martin. Jason Moyer; 
Heather Emerson. Julie Sollenberger, 
Marsha Hoopes, Erica Lloyd. Hannah 
Bomgardner. Andy McCarty. Amanda 
Cesona; Robert Slutter. Leslie Kenamond, 
Andrea Hood. Charlene Mowrey, Nicki 
Goger. Natalie Aurand. Jeni Herbst, Ed 
Buckman. Sarah Krail, Brett Haines; 
Rosey, Jatie Lantzsch. Justin Risser. Ro 
Hedges. Adam Shearer, Nathan Mowrer. 
Michael Lukens, Jacob Shenk. Josh 
"Buggy" Sanders, Jason Heeter 




Digital Photography 

Andrew McCarty, Sherrill Nash. Dr. Kathy 

Lee, Wayne Kandravi, Jessica Hoffman, 

Monica Moser 

Noi PicniredShavjn Cressman, Nick 

Dautel. Sarah Kichler, Kevin Wright, Brad 

Stolz 



Clubs 63 



Equine Club 

Susan Wicland. Jackie Federici. Kate 
O'DriscolI. Mrs. Gilbert; Jen Murphy. Bridget 
McLaughlin, Rebecca Sobjack. Jen Reader, 
Jessica Sobjack, Sharon Murray. Cadence 
DeNoto, Jen Frev 




Equine Science Organization 

Kate Glabb. Jess Caner. .-Xnij Sieben. Gabrielle 
Gordon, Sarah Gro\e, Vickie Gagel, Lindsey 
Mayhew. Lara Green. Laura Pregenzer. Sabrina 
Shawlis. Julie Demet. Ali Levine 




Equine Team 

Joanne Coniglio. Katie ODonnell. Da«Ti 
Kaufman. Kim Kenned\ . Cor> Herald. Jessica 
Dace\ . Jackie Vander Ploeg. Tish Cipparone. 
Jenn Fr> ; Amy Siebert and Vic. Heather E. 
McCarty. Kate Glabb. Peter Kuntz. Mariah 
Weir. Melissa Voytershark. Mi Levine; 
Courtney Brenizer. Candace Focht, Erin Adams, 
.\manda Shackford, Amanda Oh ing; Justin D. 
Hobbs. Ericka Killian. Sarah Kichler. Genna 
Weissner, Shannon Mullarkey. Kate 0"Driscoll. 
Tres Clarke; Colleen Hampton. Melissa Bueti. 
Laura Pregenzer. Lindse\' Peck. Jenn Murphy. 
Chris Martin. Kristin Lake 



DEL*. 



EQOESTRI^N TE^ii|4l 



64 Clubs and Organizations 




FFA 

Slacey IX-Jong, Amanda Brown. Erica Pa^walcr, 
Erin Zulius; John Coombs, Bill Callahan, 
Jeremiah Weddlc. Nale Mowrcr, Heather 
Emerson, Lisa Tager. Rob Slutler, Elizabeth 
Kulp, Dawn Kaufman, Becky Sankey 




Floral Society 

Chris Uhland. Sara McMullen. Darlene 
Soga. Taryn Romanc/ak, Dana Marslon, 
Beth Hafer. Kristin Johnson, John Martin; 
Krystal Lucykanish, Danielle Crispin, Kate 
Baran 




Gleaner 

John McCachur, Eric Orr, Marlena Balliett. 
Andrew Velas, Dr. Schramm, Kyle Overturf, 
Becki Rublin, Karen Ritter 



Group Photos 65 



Horticulture Society 

Manhe« Friebel. Rulh Sanborn, Amy Boros. 
Allison Suttie. Marianne Petrino. Mike Skwara. 
Robert Lawless. Emily Hester. Tiffany 
Springman. Elizabeth Hart. Dr. Barbara Muse. 
Dr. Ron Muse 




Inter-Club Council 

Christy .Anderson. Jill Susice. Greg Shinn. 
.\m\ Sakers. Tary n Bartholomew. Aaron 
Evans; Elizabeth Hart. Desiree Haneman. 
Nicki Goger. Lisa Tager. Lara Green. Laura 
Fitz. Jessica Hoffman: Justin Risser. Brian 
Smith. Chris Uhland. .■Austin E\ ans. Emily 
Spies. Jackie Vander Ploeg. Dana Marston. 
Ramona .Azore. Michael Grady 




Inter Greek Council 

Jill Susice (.Advisor). Jill Simpson (presi- 
dent). Beth Hafer (secretary). Tim Marshall 
(treasurer). Keith Williams. Kristi Orendi. 
Amy Eckert. Donna Constantino, Emilv 
Spies, Katie Leach, Robert Baiada, Shaimon 
Brown, Jessica Melhom, George Strucko. 
Nathan MowTer. Ryan Askew, Bill Kennedy, 
Chris Rawlev 










66 Clubs and Organizations 



^t a i.« 




Intcr-Varsity Christian Fellowship 

Shawn CrcNsman, Amy Sakcrs, Amber 
Griffin, Pally Fanclla. Audrey Nissly, 
Christy Anderson; Jordon Martin. Jusiin 
Risser. Laura Nye. Jen Reeder, Jamie 
Galluppi. Karen Riller. Ashley Zeijiler; Jeni 
Herbsl. Sarah Krall. Sara McMullen. Joshua 
King. C.J. Nami. Anthony Beard. Jacob 
Shenk; Cheryl Bonner. Bill Bonner. Nichole 
Brimmer. Luke F. Miller. Selh Muek. Tim 
Craven. Hannah Bomgardncr 




Landscape Nursary Club 

Greg Shinn. Kirby Snyder. Melissa Perri. 
Monica Perri; Michael Grady. Tinsley 
Neilson. Chris Uhland. Jamie Witherow; 
Ben Huntington, Scott D. Hurley. Michael 
Calkins. Howard Eyre 




N.A.M.A 

Ashley Warren, Heather Rhodes, Jamie 
Yerger. Nicki Goger. Emily Spies; John 
Vannini. Jason Moore. Christiene P. Chin, 
Julie Sollenberger. Stefanie Johnson. Jennie 
Kramer. Kristen Johnson. .Ajny Ongiey; 
Gideon Frisbee. George Rigdon. Mark Smith. 
Hank Majeski. Brad Bobenrieth. Jake 
Lantzsch. Dr.T. Slane. Dawn Kaufman 



Group Photos 67 



Ram Pages 

Kathleen Stehman, AmaiiJa Rushlnski. 
Kris Meischke. John McCracken; Scan 
Dallas. Matt Friebel. Tony Beard. Eric Oit. 
Gwen Counright. Rebecca Taylor. John 
Meller 




S.\C 

Micheal Grady. Omar Mojica. Jill Susice 
(advisor). Robert .Arcidiacono. Gideon 
Frisbee; Erik Hoggard. Ste\e Byzek. Mike 
Azzarello. Daisy Reasinger. Kristi Orendi. 
Shelby Grant. Greg Shinn. Diane Petraitis; 
Robert Finkcl Melissa Carboni. Bethany 
Justice. Jessica Hoffman. Da\ id Griffith 




Student Government Board 

Steve B\/ek; Dan Haddon. .\my Ongley. 
Krystai Lueykanish. Sarah Breischaft. Jeff 
Thomas. Han'v Schussler; Erica Paswater. 
Sara McMullen. Tiffany Keller. Andrea 
Sheerin. Amy Sakers; Bob Sauer. Tony 
Beard. Marlcna C. Balliett. Tim Padilla 
Chrisiicne P. Chin. Edward Benner. Karol 
Stems. Amanda Rushinski. Jackie Wright, 
Jamie Rigas. Ben Donnon 




Clubs and Organizations 




S.I.F.E 

ReiiL-f McManus. Hrel Broiiiiley. Shawn 
Cressman, Michelle Bower, Ashley Ziegles, 
Rcnee Barhclla. Rachel Niconieti; 
Mr.Flower, Sieve Polgar. Kalie Leach. 
Jackie Vaniler Ploeg, Lou Belsilo. Eric 
Smith, Kevin Bcrtoric. Brandon McVaugh 




Turf 

Auslin Evans, Justin Pill. Christian Pill. 
Mike Calkins. Ben Polimer. Chris Uhland. 
Andrew J. Hannah. Joseph Lynch. Gabe 
Wochley. David Super. Dr. Linde. Matt 
Davis. Frank Kotula 




WDVC 

Christa Salena, Brian Turner, Jenn Murphy, 
Barb Grimes. Max Wahrhaftig, Jeremy 
Padello 



Group Photos 69 





Alpha Phi Oinegj 



Omega On 





Delta Epsilott Beta 



Phi >i;;iim Kappa 




Delta Tan Alpha 




Rho Epsilon Kappa 



70 Clubs and Organizations 




igmn Alplin 




dvc greeks 

Alpha Gamma Rlw 
Byron Dubois 
Andrew Majeski 
Chris Price 
Nathan Mowrer 
John Combs 
Mark Smith 
William Rawlings 
Ed Buckman 
William Callahan 
Rob Hedges 
Jack Flinchbauch 
Mike Smith 
Bill Rosanolli 
Jason Smith 
Ryan Askew 
Bert Martin 
Josh Sanders 
Brett Haines 
Jacob Shenk 
Jeremiah Weddle 
Jason Moyer 
& Pledges' 

Alpha Phi Omega 
Rebecca Kakos 
Kristi Orendi 
Rosalynd Orr 
Laura Isaacs 
April Knehr 
Eric Orr 
Jen Malaby 
& Pledges 

Delta Epsilon Beta 
Kathryn Leach 
Alicia Leonetti 
Tara Cokery 
Lisa Mariello 
Heather Rhodes 
Kate Decker 
Melicent Salani 
Kimberly Weber 
Angela Lacina 
Stacey Lynn Doderer 
Colleen Milligan 
Lauren Rusnak 
Leirion Sorensen 
Tracy Ayres 
Lisa Wojciechowski 
Syreeta Hurd 
Niki Gokev 
Dana Koerner 
Christy Datillo 
Jackie Vander Ploeg 
Dana Marston 
Sara Crosier 
Emily Spies 
Mardia Doe 
Rachel Visintainer 
Marin Santore 
Jean McMullin 
& Pledges 



Delta Tail Alpha 


Rho Epsilon Kappa 


Ken Keiffer 


Pat Connerly 


Jessica Dacey 


I.ou Shultz 


Aaron Evans 


Ryan Parker 


Julie Sollenberger 


Rob Baiada 


Rene Lombardo 


Andy Vloyanetes 


Dana Seibel 


Ed Hazelett 


Jenn Caligiuri 


Dan Haddon 


Amber Smolinsky 


Carlo DeAngelo 


Stephanie Craw 


Eric Inama 


Jessica Hester 


Zach Fairchild 


Nicole Goger 


Sean Deluca 


Michael Legg 


Andrew Neff 


April Mafturak 


Matt Zyrby 


Pam Brierly 




Rene Bonde 


Sigma Alpha 


Melissa Nelson 


Desiree Haneman 


Rosemary Paylor 


Emily Hester 


Desiree Maneman 


Jessica Hester 


Sara Blackledge 


Julie Sollenberger 


Catherine Glaab 


Elizabeth Bell 


Laura Fitz 


Kim Kennedy 


Melissa Carboni 


Shannon Brown 


Jamie Riggs 


Beth Hafer 


Marsha Hoppes 


Kate Baran 


Tammy Clapper 


Natalie Armund 


Jamie Yeger 


Krystal Lucykanish 


Charlene Mowrey 


Leslie Kenanlund 


Sara McMullen 


Tammy Banks 




Amy Siebert 


Omega Chi 


Marsha Hoopes 


Caitlin Parker 


Julie CanoU 


Jill Simpson 


Gwen Courtright 


Jessica Melhorn 


Sarah Krall 


Amy Eckert 


Sara Kalisher 


Jessica Boldrin 


Jen Herbst 


Laura Jones 


Amy Ongley 


Erin Adams 


Beth Justice 


Nine Wohlfarth 


Amanda Cessna 


Jessica Baigert 




Domia Costantino 


Zcta Cln 


Colleen Rowland 


George Strucko 




John Marshall 


Phi Sigma Kappa 


Chris Rawley 


James Aylmer 


Joe Long 


Trevor Garbow 


Brian Desult 


Ryan Reese 


& Pledges 



Steve Orman 
Nick Westphal 
Dave Smith 
Dave Sagers 
Larry Anthes 
Kevin Nicolson 
Jason Spence 
Matt Pennypacker 
Andrew Hannah 
Aaron Donahey 
Keith Williams 
Shea Mealin 
William Kennedy 
Chris Paprzycki 



Community Garden Project at the Kailo Mantua Art Center 
in Philadelphia on September 8, 2003... 



connections 



Right: All done... 

Mika Miller, .April Mafturak, Marin 
Santore, i osh Pottiger, Austin Taylor, and 
Allison Endl pose with the cleaned up 
area which will be turned into a commu- 
nity garden. 




Above: Cleaning up... 

Austin Taylor helps a young volunteer 

clean the streets. 



Right: PEACES... 

Members of the PE.ACES team \\-ere sent 
to Dr. Tanner S. Duckrev Public School in 
Philadelphia to help beautih' it from the 
outside. Pictured:LauTa Isaacs, April 
Mafturak, Pat Smith, Austin Taylor, Ndike 
Bachman, Alison Endl, and Jamie 
McKnight. 



72 Clubs and Organizations 




; Liff Painting- 
April M.iKurak, Laura Isaacs, and Austin 
J Inylcr );ivc on old chain-linked fence a 

shiny silver tinish. 




Left: Pruning... 

l\n Smith enjoys the feeling of helping 

the community while she cleans up the 

shrubs. 





Above: Working hard... 

Alison Endl, Mika Miller, Marin Santore, 
Austin Taylor, and April Mafturak clean 
up and weed the garden. 

Left: Helping out... 

Alison Endl, April Mafturak, Jamie 
McKiught, and Laura Isaacs help other 
volunteers prune shrubs and bag the 
branches. 



Connections 73 



members of ICC come together to raise money 
for the american cancer society 

bowl-a-thon 



Right: For the cause... 

DelVal students support the cause while 

having fun too! 



Below: Team photo... 

Chris Balough, Eric Hoggard, Bethan\' 
Justice, Jessica Hoffman, Shelbv Grant, 
and Ste\'e Bvzek bowl for S.A.C. 




Above: Never a gutter ball... 
Chris Check scores a strike. 



Right: Are those bowling balls or... 

Members of Animal Science Society 
and DTA: Laume Jones, Tammy Clap- 
per, Rose Payler, Laume Young, Sara 
Blackledge, Frank Fasanella, Cadence 
DeNoto, April Mafturak, Jamie Riggs, 
Dana Seibel pose for a group shot. 



74 Clubs and Organizations 



Lcfl Best Friends... 

Dnna Seibel, April Mafturak, Cadence 
DeNoto, Jamie Riggs, Sara Blackledge, 
Rose Paylor and Tammy Clapper love 
lo bowl. 




Left: Taking a break... 

Monica Moser, Christy Anderson, 
Nichole Brimmer, Tony Beard, Andy 
McCarthy, Eric Orr, Amy Sakers, Justin 
Risser, and Jordan Martin bowl for the 
Christian Fellowship team! 



Bowl-a-thon 75 



singing their hearts out and showing off their talents 

chorale & band 



Right: Good Friends... 

Anne Ridge, Marlena Balliett and Frank 
Fasanella warm up their voices before 
the concert. 

Biioir: Great Teacher, Great Bassist... 

Dr. Richard Ziemer sings his heart out 
during the chorale's selection of 
"Silent Night." 




Above: Turning the Page... 
Alumnus, Larissa Keister helps the ac- 
companist. Donna Doan, while she 
plavs the piano. 

Rigtit: Looking Around... 

Hannah Baumgardner and Chara 
Histand scan the audience for their 
parents. 




Right: Getting Ready... 
Gideon Frisbee, Randi George, Mike 
Grady, Colleen Hampton, Eric 
Hoggard, and Becky Sankey prepare 
for the next selection. 



''6 Clubs and Organizations 




Left: Tooting their Flutes... 

Lauren Jones, Laura Pregenzer, and 
Daisy Reasinger play "Allerseelen" by 
Richard Strauss. 

BcUrw: Applause... 

Dr. Jack Schmidt acknowledges the band 

for applause. 




Abort': Finishing Up... 

Andrew Kruchoski and Tres Clarke clean 

up their instruments after the concert. 

Left: Bum, Bum... 

Dan Bisti waits for Dr. Schmidt to direct 

him. 



Left: Trumpets... 

Andv Johnson and Bill Rosano play "A 

Calypso Christmas" arranged by Calvin 

Custer. 



Chorale and Band 



at the senior open house, new and old diplomats shared their fond 
experiences with potential students 



presidential diplomats 



Right: A Few Deliveries... 

Beth Arbello, Renee McManus, Jen 
Moyer, and Emily Ferguson get ready 
to deliver candy to faculty members. 

Below: Just Talking... 

Frank Massmo directs questions to the 
student panel. 




Above: Directing the Families... Right: Ready and Waiting... 

Kristi Orendi shows potential students Nicole Wisniewski, Andy Johnson, and 

and the families how to get to their Daisy Reasinger wait for Christi to di- 

meetings with faculty memebers. rect their tour groups to them. 



78 Clubs and Organizations 



Left: Getting Their Groups Together... 

Bethany Justice and Jason Smith flag 
down tlu'ir tour group. 



Right: Open House... 

Admissions sign outside the APR to wel- 
come the families to Open House. 



hc'low: Explaining DVC... 
December Mitchell, Shawn Cressman, 
Lauren Jones, Larry Anthes, and Kristi 
Orendi answer some questions about 

DVC. 




Left: Checking the Schedule... 

Hank Majeski and Amy Sakers check the 
schedule to see what will take place next. 



Presidental Diplomats 79 



having a blast playing ivith the dogs at Pine Run and 
the Durham House 

animal assisted therapy 



Right: Animal Time... 
At Pine Run; Tammy Clapper, Pam 
Gromball, Sara Blackledge, Lauren Jones, 
Kristin Cochrane, Ron Long, Lauren 
Yovmg, Ashley Beckwith, Jen Frey. 



Bcloiv: Showing off the Dogs... 

Pam Gromball shows this woman Storm. 





What is your favorite part about visiting 
the nursing home with the dogs? 



like watching the old people smile w hen they pet the dogs. 
-Lauren Jones 



I like watching them smile. I also like how they remember us w hen 
we come back. 

-Lauren Young 



Right: Happiness... 

Tammy Clapper shows a Pine Run resi- 
dent ho^v to give dog a treat. 




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Right: Awww... 

Lauren Jones and Sara chat with this lady 

about her classes and preparing for vet 

school. 




Left: All Dressed and Ready- 
Lauren Young, Ashely Beckwith, Sara 
Blackledge and Tammy Clapper pose for 
a picture with Storm and Roxy. 



Animal Assisted Acbvities 




the greeks had an excellent time recruiting new members and showing 
them how much fun being a Greek can be 



rush week 



Right: Monkey See, Monkey Do... 

Rob Baiada and Nina Wohfarth watch 
their friends Ryan Parker and Jill Simpson 
pose for the camera. 

Below: Listening Intently... 

Jess Hester listens to a potential pledge 

ask about Sigma Alpha activities. 




Above: Just Chatting... 
Hank Majeski, Rob Baiada, and Nina 
Wohfarth talk about the questions bemg 
asked at the Greek panel. 



82 Clubs and Organizations 



icfl: Dancing... 

K.iryn Cochlin dances the ni^ht away 

with her friends. 




Chrissy Leathers and Matt Gilson share 
their experiences while living in Ulman. 




Above: Check Him Out... 

Shawn Pettigrew struts his stuff for the 
ladies on the dance floor. 

Left: All Night Long... 
This group of friends loves getting to- 
gether Thursday nights, especially when 
there are dances to attend!!!! 



Rush Week 83 



teams at the ag Olympics enjoyed the crazy games 
and spending time with friends... 



ag olypmics 



Right: Soccer buddies- 
Katie Leach, Kirsten V\ urzburg, Lindsay 
Eversole and Tara Corken- take a quick 
picture together before entering the next 
event. 

Below: Run! 

Soccer star Katie Leach runs to the finish 

line. 




Above: Just Watching... 

Jess Bray and Shanna Jones watch their 

friends compete in the competitions. 



Right Pull... 

\eu tound friends Tara Hochster, 
Amanda Bohler, Laura McKendrick, and 
Bridget McLaugheui pull the rope, hop- 
ing to defeat the boys on the other end. 



84 Clubs and Organizations 




iffl: Seniors! 

Sylvia Thornton, Jenel Goodwin, Chris 
Miirtin, Erin SandtT and Marisa Santora 
take a team photo. 




l.iit: Turn... 

Ihis Ag Olympics competitor spins 

around on the bat. 

Btiotv: Jumping Over... 

Jill Simpson jumps over the obstacle and 
gets ready to run to the finish line. 




Above: Rollin Under... 

Laura McKendrick rolls under the pole 

after spinning around a baseball bat. 

Left: Tug... 

Josh Potteiger, Rob Baiada, Austin Tay- 
lor, and Mika Miller tug the rope and 
defeat their opponients. 



Ag Olymics 85 



Sporting a variety of ensembles, the BSU fourth annual 
fashion show was a triumphant success... 

bsu fashion show 



Right: Friends forever... 

Tiffany Keller and Christene Chin are 

having a great time seeing all the cool 

outfits. 

Below: Showing off her stuff... 
Tiffany Jones shows the audience this 
dazzling gown. 






Above: Walking down the runway... 
Ahnjel Weaver walks down the runway 
with carnation in hand. 




Right: Beautiful... 

Nina Wohlfarth opens the show with the 
National .\nthem and during intermis- 
sion sings her own personal version of 
Christina AguUeras, "Beautiful". 



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Tri's CUirke dii//les the crowd with his 
<im,i/ing mii^iciil t.ilonts. 




L(f/. All Dressed Up... 

Lydia F. Lee sparkles in a black spaghetti 
strap dress. 

BdouK MC... 

Omar Mojica keeps the audience in- 
formed. 




Above: Tell her about it... 

Amanda Rushinski lets the audience 
know where to find the latest fashions. 

Liff. Simon, Paula, & Randy? 

Brian Turner, Erin Sander, and Eric Orr 
turn Del Val into HolUT\'Ood. 



BSU Fashion Show 




at DVC, students are always involved in a 
club sponsored event 



clubs galore 



Right: Band Buddies... 

During tlneir band practice break, Kris 
Meischke, Daisy Reasinger, and Lauren 
Jones visit their friends in the yearbook 
office. 

Bclozv: Listen Up... 

During a presentation on Beer Brewing, 
sponsored by Apiary Society, Dr. 
Berthold listens to some pointers on the 
subject matter. 




Above: How Cute... ^'?''*- A" Dressed Up... 

The girls from Animal Enrichment dress '^^'^ members of BSU pose for a picture 

up Sara, Storm, Copper, and Roxy for after a fantastic performance at this year's 

their trip to the nursing home. homecoming football game. 



Clubs and Organizations 



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U-fi: Animal Science Society- 
Sara Blackledge, Tammy Clapper, Rose 
Paylor, and Dana Seibel sit on a rock on a 
trip to the Bronx /...> 





u*^ Ri^ht: Buddies... 

This comedian enjoys getting liis picture 
taken while performing. 



Below: SAC and friends... 

At Karaoke, Lauren Young, DaveGriffith, 
Kristi Orendi and Steve Byzek look 
through the songs D] Shane has to offer. 







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Above: Buddies... 

Mr. Dommel helps SIFE members bake 

cookies for a fundraiser. 



Right: Buddies... 

Members of the Equine Team Colleen 
Rowland, Kim Kennedy, Jen Frey, 
Heather McCarty, Amy Siebert, Tish 
Cipparone, and Jackie Vander Ploeg shine 
their boots right before an event. 




all kinds of 




special events 



Delaware Valley College's large array of special events keeps both the 
students and faculty entertained. With events such as homecoming, semi- 
formals, and A-Day, the college always seems to be hopping. Staff, faculty 
and students can all agree that without these events, the college would not 
be the same. 




Above: Taking a break- 
Jeff Thomas, Amy Eckart, Sarah Kishler, 
and Peter Kuntz take a break from danc- 
ing to chat. 

Right: Roulette... 

T. Jeremy Worthington watches this fam- 
ily place their bets. 



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Most students at Del Val enjoy partaking 
in events on campus. From the town 
meeting to the 9/11 speaker, students 
can be found congregating in the APR for 
some event. 



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homecoming committee 




Aaron and Taryn can always be 
caught goofing off. Their hilari- 
ous attitudes brought a whole 
new light to this year's home- 
coming committee. 



Amy Sakers, Jill Susice, Aaron Evans, Taryn Bartholomew & Greg Shinn 



Halloween haunting committee 




Lauren Young, David Griffith, & 
Kristi Orendi 



Lauren, Dave, and Kristi all 
brought new and innovative 
ideas to this year's halloween 
haunting committee. 




Jenna Cuccaro, Peter Kuntz ; Robyn King, Kristi Orendi, Daisy Reasinger, Amy Boros, Jen Czar, Matt Markarian; 
Katie Zelitch, Courtney Rutledge, Jessica Boldrin, Dr Kochis, Kathy Noll, Brad Bobenrieth, Jeff Thomas, Nicole 
Horvath, Christy Cascioli, David Griffith, Lauren Young, Lauren Jones, Frank Fasanella, Kelly Wilson, Nicholas 
Wilson, Paul Karins; Alicia Reed, Erika Killian, Judy Besore (advisor); Rob Palko (advisor), Dan Feldstein (advisor). 
Bill Kennedy, Ryan Parker, Robert Baiada 



92 Special Events 



spring semi-formal committee 






Mary Ann Phelan & 
Judy Wood 



Junior class advisors, Ms. 

Wood and Ms. Phelan are 

always pushing these students 

to take their ideas one step 

further and make this year's 

spring semi-formal a night to 

remember. 



Jess Liples, Kristi Orendi, AndrtM Sheerin; Mar\ann Phelan, Dan Haddon, Tim Cadilla, Judy Wood 



a-day committee 





Amanda Rushinski & Jason 
Smith 



Amanda and Jason have been 

working hard all year round to 

make this A-day a blooming 

success. 



Amanda Rushinski, Gideon Frisbee, Jason Smith, Charlene Mowrey, Jamie Riggs, Audrey Nissly, Gwen Courtright, 
Natalie Aurand, Cadence DeNoto; Shawn Cressman, Stacey Dejong, Jamie Yerger, Heather Rhodes, Rene Bonde, Dr. 
Slane, Kim Kennedy, Julie Carroll, Bill "Rosey" Rosanelli, Erica Lloyd; KarolStoms, Dawn Kaufman, Sharon Murray, Brett 
Haines, Mike Calkins, Mark Smith, Jeremy Appenzeller, Jannette Strohecker, Mike Bergels 



Commitees 93 



mooving foward into yet another exciting' 

^ homecoming 







The 2001 homecoming winners were 
proud to pass on their crowns to Kate 
Baran, nominated bv Sigma Alpha, and 
Chris Uhland, nominated bv LNC. 





94 Special Events 



I'reparing.... BcIouk SGB buds.... 

hinii h.ings up the final decora- Harry Schussler and Jeff Thomas snap a 
. the AI'K for the homecoming ^^^,i^.|^ pi^^,^^, before dancing with their 
dates. 



Bf/oic: Organizing it All.... 
Taryn Bartholomew begins the home- 
coming festivities with Meet the Candi- 
dates night in the APR. 




Above: Friends.... 

Frank Fasanella and Marlena Balliett are 

excited to ha\e their homecoming sashes. 



Left: Getting Ready.... 
Readv to Dance: Kate Baran, Beth Hafer, 
Krystal Lucykanish, Emily Hester, and 
Marsha Hoopes. 



Homecoming 95 



homecoming 



This year's homecoming 
weekend was vet another 
triumphant success. Chair- 
person Tar\Ti Bartholomew, 
and the rest of the home- 
coming committee, helped 
to make e\er}' e\ent an en- 
joyable experience for the 
candidates and D\'C's stu- 
dent bodv. 

This year, candidates and 
their escorts were inxited to 
dine at Pine Crest, a local 
country- club. Together, tlie 
faculty, staff and shidents 
shared a delightful meal and 
afterwards danced the 
night awav. 

The celebration contin- 
ued with the pep ralh' in the 
new g\'m. The fall teams 
and candidates were intro- 
duced to the school. After- 
wards, the .APR was turned 
into a farm house for the 
Moo\ing Forward campus 
\vide dance. 



Finally, the celebration 
came to a close. On Satur- 
day morning, the candi- 
dates paraded in cars and 
floats around Dovlesto^vn 
and the DVC campus. Later 
that afternoon, the king and 
queen were crowned at the 
football game during half- 
time. Chris Uhland, nomi- 
nated by Landscape Nurs- 
er\- Club, and Kate Baran, 
nominated by Sigma Alpha , 
were pronounced 2002 
homecoming king and 
queen. 



Bticw: Presenting Sashes.... 

At the homecoming dinner at Pine Crest 
the candidates recieved their sashes. 



Right: Meeting the Candidates.... 
Andrew- Majeski, Rob Baiada and Kristi 
Orendi watch intently as Tami intro- 
duces to them the 2002 homcoming can- 
didates. 




I. .1. Friends Forever.... 
Jen Coupe, Ryan Smith, Amy Boros and 
Howard DeMarco take a break from danc- 
ing. They had a great time at the Mooving 
Foward dance. 



.■\.j;.::. Preparing the Float.... 
Dairy Science members get read\' for tlie 
parade and put the finishing touches on 
tlieir float. 




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Below: All Smiles.... 

Erin Balcer, Tim Craven, and Marianne 

Petrino watch their friends dance. 




Belo2i': Getting Ready.... 

Anrcn Evans and Jill Susice watch events 

pefM>iinel put up the painting. 



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AI'oi'l: Junior buddies.... 
Mike Calkins and ReneeLombardo throw 
candv to the little kids who came out to 
watch the parade in Doylestown. 

Left: Moooo.... 

Heather Emerson and Gwen Courtwright 
show their school spirit by dressing up as 
cows for the parade. 



Homecoming 97 




another spooky 

hallo ween haunting 





Setting up for Halloween haunting was 
no easy task. For three days, members of 
Halloween Haunting came out to help M^ 

set up the spooky activities 



98 Special Events 



Mow: Creating a scare.... 

Sophonuiri' l-t>ink I'.iScinelLi pr.ulux- 

^caring thf childivn in the hcUintod ATK 



Below: Break time.... 

After nearly four hours of licird work, 
D>i\c Griffith, Jfff Ihomas, Daisy 
Roasingcr cind Peter Kuntz take a break 
to sur\c'V the API^ 



Below: Tape it up.... 

Paul Harkins tapes down the wires so no 
one will get hurt. 




Above: Glass Slipper.... 

A girl from Barness first floor donated 
this pumpkin to be displayed in the APR 
for the Halloween Haunting festivities. 

Left: Night of the Living Dead.... 

Amy Boros, Kathy Knoll, Sarah Badara, 
and Jofm Murray put the finishing touches 
on this interesting exhibit. 



Halloween Haunting 99 



halloween haunting 
2002 



Upon the completion of 
Halloween Haunting 2001, 
members of the committee 
began brainstorm.ing new 
and inno\ati\e ideas for 
the 2002 festi\ities. New 
members were encouraged 
to join in on the fun in the 
beginning of the new school 
year. With only two months 
of planning left to go, the 
committee finished finaliz- 
ing plans for the haunted 
APR and contacted other 
clubs and organizations to 
see who would be partici- 
pating and what supplies 
\vould be needed. Then, it 
was time to plan the 
haunted hay ride route and 
organize a map of the posi- 
tions of the clubs on the DVC 
campus. 



To publicize the e\"ent, Hal- 
loween Haunting placed a 
float in the Homecoming; 
parade. 

With only a week left to 
go, members of the com- 
mittee began scurr}ing for 
last minute supplies. Co- 
chairs Rob\ii King and Pe- 
ter Kuntz delegated respon- 
sibilities to transform the 
APR in a haunted house. 
Students even helped to 
decorate the campus b\ 
painting \\-indo\vs in the 
Student Center and Bamess. 

On October 24, 25, and 
26, the D\'C campus pre- 
sented three nights of 
spooky fun to students and 
young children. Despite the 
rain, Halloween Haunting 
was a dramatic success. 



BlIozc: a Time to Kill.... Right: Finishing up.... 

Sarah Jacobs gets ready to murder Kelly Rob\Ti King, Courtne\- Rutledge, and 
Wilson. The girls had an excellent time Ericka KiUan get the finishing toucte 

out to put in the .APR. 



>canng ever\ tine. 




Abcre: Bring on the Fright.... 
Wlule waiting in line, these Del\ al hiends 
and fellow field hockey teammates dis- 
cxissed next weeks game. 



Riflit: Scarmry.... 

This exhibit of a frightning clown head 
on top of a pumkin certainlv helped to 
scare the kids. 




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liclouK All Smiles.... 

Cabrielle Gordon, Rebecca Kakos, and 
1 aura Isaak take a ten minute break to 
plan new ways to scare people. 




Being spooked.... 

n Randell, Elizabeth Woodrow, 
Shelby Grant, Kate McGovern, Julie 
Carroll, and Nicole Strain spook the 
people walking up the path. 




Ahnv: Funnnn.... 

After being scared in the haunted APR, 
these two Doylestown citizens talk about 
their favorite exhibits. 

Left: Getting Ready.... 

Da\e Griffith and Kristi Orendi get ready 
for Friday night's events and clean off the 
fog machines. 



Halloween Haunting 101 




another fun 




family weekend 




This weekend wdb a great success for the 
Office of Student Affairs. With food and 
gambling, everyone was a winner. 
Although their money ran out, every fam- 
ily went home happy. 



102 Special Events 




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Bflmi': Collect those chips... 

Dr.Orr waits pationtlv as the wheel turns 

and evervone la\ s their bets. 



BdiUr: Who will win this round? 
Emily Hester plays black jack with 
entusiastic familv. 




liclnw: 21!! 

With help from students, the Student 
Affairs Office was able to turn the APR 
into a fun casino. 




Above: Mixing Drinks... 

Kristi Orendi helps out at Family Week- 
end by making strawberr)- smoothies. 

Left: Role Model... 

Dr. Leamer joins the fun gambling with 

the families that attended. 



Family Weekend 103 




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another long night of dancing at this years 

winter semi-formal 




This year's winter semi-formal was cer- 
tainly a hit. From receiving adorable 
party favors to dancing with friends, 
ever\'one agreed it was a priceless night. 



104 Special Events 



Bclcno: All Smiles... 
Mow: Best Buds!!! Tiffany Keller, Ik-th Hater, and Kate 

Roxann Hiii;he> and Steve Byzek head Haran snap a quick photo before hitting 
to the the punch howl tor two drinks. the dance floor. 




Below: Good Friends... 
John Whitehead, Beth Bell, Kristi Orendi, 
Ben Donnon, Christiene Chin, and 
Krystal Lucykanish prepare the APR for 
the magical evening. It was because of 
their hard work that the APR was truly a 
winter wonderland. 




Aho'ce: Awww... 

Dr. and Mrs. Learner join the students on 

the dance floor. 

Left: Go SGB!! 

SGB officers Jeff Thomas, Harry 

Schussler, Sara McMuUen and Erica 

Paswater are ha\ing a great time at the 

dance. 



Winter Semi-Formal 105 



putting on the ritz in 2003 

spring semi-formal 




As the first off-campus semi-formal in 
Del Val history, Putting On The Ritz 
turned out to be a huge success. With a 
rught full of fine dining, great friends and 
good times, everyone seemed to have 
an amazing time at the Aldie Mansion. 



106 Special Events 



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Belmr. Cotton-eye Joe... Moir: Fun times... 

Patrislvi SL\ini;i.'ri.'llo, Cuibriol Cordiin Dr. Ch.irlch I'ennacchio and his d.iugh- 

and I .lura Isnoc Ivick up iIumi liwls to .in [vr, Sopliid, lidd dii oxcelk'nl tinic dining 

old t.norite. and dancing tugetlier. 



Bi'low: Having the time of their lives... 

Tim Padilla and Andrea Sheerin pose for 
a picture before heading off to the dance 
flm.r. 




Above: Good times... 

Jackie Wright and Marlena Balliett take 

time from dancing to love the camera. 

Left: Stunning Samuel girls... 

Kristi, Samantha, Candace, Kathy, Julie, 
and Kirsten are dressed up for a rught out 
at the mansion. 



Spring Semi-Formal 107 




another successful... 



founder's day 




Many of DVC's amazing faculty and 
staff were honored for their dedication 
to the college during Founder's Day. 



108 Special Events 




Behnc: Ready and waiting.. 

Dr. Neil Vincent. ind Dr. Kennetii I ipton 
wait to be directed to enter the .AI'K. 



Below: All Smiles.. 

Dr. Doug Linde and Dr. Janice Corbett 
prepare to enter the Al^K. Later that 
afternoon. Dr. Linde was presented with 
the Distinguished Faculty Award. 



Below: Involved.. 

Dr. Feldstein was acknowledged in Dr. 
Wilson's speech for all his support for 
the college. 




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Above: Checking it out.. 

Dr. Thomas Learner and Dr. Dolores 
Gioffre talk with Alumni William L. Wil- 
son before the ceremony begins. 

Left: Honored.. 

April A. Mafturak and Charlene L 
Mowrey were honored for their many 
accomplishments throughout their four 
\ears at DVC with the distinguished 
W.W. Smith Scholarship award. 



Founder's Day 




cleaning upDelVal. 



pride & polish 




Del Val students take time out of their 
busy schedules to help poUsh up Del Val 
in preparation for A-Day 



110 Special Events 



BcUnr: Cleaning up a sticky mess... 
Bth:r: The gang's all here... J'Tiiit' VVithtTovv >iTid Nicole Hiux.ith 

The Dl- B sorority gets togi-tlu-r tor .1 look under each desk to prv otf oki gum 
little ckMii-up. li'tt by their peers. 



Below: A dignified wall washer... 
Matt Pennypacker makes sure that all the 
walls are squeaky clean for A-Day. 




Above: Krauskopf's replica office needs 
a good wiping... 

Dr. Pierson and Kristen Silvano wipe 
down all the frames and glass to make the 
area look like new. 

Left: A job well done.. 
ill Susice, Alex Szarka, and Taryn 
Bartholomew observe and admire the 
job done in the Student Center lobby. 



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Despite the rain on Saturday, A-day was 
still fantastic. It was another year of 
awesome displays, interesting exhibits, 
and, of course, great food. 



112 Special Events 



r-i/i';r Explaining.. Below: Mr. Eds... 

Beth )ustico lielps mit ,it A-D.i\- with Ed Lawrence and Ed Wharton help to 

showing oft the llamas. sell tickets and entertain the public. 




Below: Being crowned.. 

Tim Padilla was crowned this year's A- 

Day king. 




Above: Checking it out.. 

At the Sand Art table, kids got the chance 
to show off their creative talents. 

5 Left: Moooooooo... 

"^ The Dairy department brought out their 

J cows to help educate the public in Dairy 

'« Science. 



A-Day 113 




Hiiow: Hanging out... 

Mika Miller, Tiffany Keller, and Evan 
Ogden hang out in New Res. together 
Saturday night. 



Right: Just Chatting... 

Jeff Thomas and Meredith Farrow talk 
about A-day. 



Each year, the A-Day 
committee strives to carry 
on the Delaware Valley Col- 
lege tradition of educating 
the public on the science be- 
hind agriculture, while 
maintaining a fun and en- 
joyable atmosphere. This 
year's committee certainly 
surpassed it's goal. From 
hay rides to a merry-go- 
round, from concerts to Ag 
Olympics, from exhubits to 
horse rides, there was some- 
thing to keep everyone en- 
tertained. 

As always, clubs and or- 
ganizations lended a help- 
ing hand to further the suc- 
cess of the event. The Greeks, 
once again, helped to cook, 
sell, and even eat the food. 
Despite the layout changes, 
they were able to make the 
stand quite orgainized and 
successful. 



In addition, clubs, such 
as Animal Science Societ)' 
and Food & Industry Club, 
helped to feed the campus. 

While Animal Science 
Society sold fat free fruit 
cups, the Food & Industr\' 
club handed out tasty cakes. 

Despite the rain on Sat- 
urday, A-Day seemed to be 
yet another triumphant 
success. All the hard work 
certainly paid off! 




Above: Showing her ott... 

George Gross shows off this lovely 

horse to a few young children. 



Riglil: Keeping it going... 

Jamie Riggs helps to organize the event 

and keep everything running smoothly. 




114 Special Events 



Iu7ii.i . Announcing the king &. queen... 
Amanda Kushinski introduces the nomi- 
nees to the pubhc. 



BcloUK Riding around... 

Pony rides were just one of the many 

events that took place on A-Day. 




A-Day 115 



Right: Piggy-back rides... 
Tres Clarke, Sarah Jacobs, Tim Padil... 
Laura McKendrick, and Rob Finkel taki- 
a quick photo outside New Res. 




Above: Helping out... 

Brad Bobenrieth series Stephanie Johnson 

and Danielle Crispin sausage sandwiches. 



Right: Selling balloons and fruit... 
Members of the Animal Science Society, 
Kristin Lake, Ken Keiffer, Kathy Knoll, 
Tammy Clapper, Sara Blackledge, Tim 
Michler, and Dana Seibel take a break from 
selling fruit. 



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Hiioa': Wearing the crown... 

t hris Faust and Laura Moore try on the 

A-Day King's crown. 



BclouK Saying Hello... 

This security ofl^icer tal<es some time out 
to greet a young child. 





Above: Who's Next?? 

Erin Adams helps cook on the barbe. 

Left: Flipping some Chicken... 

Kevin Cegielski keeps the grill smok- 
ing with his delicious barbeque chicken. 



A-Day 117 



an enjoyable 





With only 1400 full time students enrolled at Delaware Valley College, it is 
no wonder that one is constantly bombarded by familiar faces. Walking 
through the quad, a student is almost always likely to bump into a friend, 
fellow classmate, or even a faculty member. It's because of the small student 
body that Del Val students are constantly forming strong and longlasting 
bonds with one another. 




Above: Ready and Waiting... 
Christopher Russamano, Lauren Jones, 
John Dillon, Frank Fasanella, Chrissy 
Leathers, Lauren Young, and Dean 
Russamano wait to see the 9-11 speaker. 

Right: Friends forever... 

Chrissy Leathers and Derek Horting go 
to get some food at Pete's Late Night. 





118 Student Life 




At Del Val, students can be found partak- 
ing in a number of activities. From tail- 
gating at Homecoming to a small dorm 
program, students always seem to have 
fun. 



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ra bamess first floor 

April Mafturak 





first floor: 

Jen Muiphv Jen Reeder. Sarah Guslin. Marlee Searle. Vanessa Forero. Kelly Haas, Kathleen Noll. -Andrea Plan. Candace Fochu Corissa McEwen. Gabrielle 
Gordon. Rebecca Kakos. Melissa Bailey. Rebecca Sobjak. .Apdl Mafmrak. Julie [iemel. Sarah Grove. Knstin Funkhouser. Laura Isaacs. Kiyslal Lucykanish. JacKr 
Neil. Leticia Cipparone. Holly DeMoranville. Sara Crosier. Christie Danilo. Dana Koemer. Emily Spies. Jackie Vander Ploes. Amy Zimmerman, Kelli Dwycr. 
\":.":.~na Gage!, Lara Green. Lindsay Ma\heu 



Mark Hargrove 
ra bamess second floor 




sencond floon 



Brian Dirks. Richard LalevTC. .Aaron Flickinger. Jeff Paw lowski. Isaac Blount. Jason Perez. Robert Moore. Jordan Rich. Mike Daneker, Daniel Pomraning. Scan 
Abbott. Josh Wunz, Dean Miller. Mike Weston, Paul Harkms, Ryan Mierta, Allen Amale, Tyler Derviich. Bernard Horshaw, Walt Honon, Dougie Howard.. John 
Morales, ,Alfred Dansbury. Paul Moscalello, Jason Koestner. Dante Pillon, Ron Long, Ke\in Wolf, Ed Benner, Rich Harrison, Tom Pierce, Ryan Ponnwitz, .Andrev^ 

Erb\, Shavvn Pcmi:re», Rich Ireland, B^^an Pocceschi. Da>e Sjccrs. Lhirs Silo, Dan Mover. Man Zcrb>. Melvm Hani-. Mark Hargrove 



120 Student Life 




berkowitz 




first floor: 



Leah Amglere. Kim Ryan. DawTi Kaufman. Amanda Shackford. Camille Kelly. Elizabeth Todd. Ana Mecaj. Meghann Slasko. Cathy Swamer. Christina 
Kirkland. Tiflany LaRosa. Laura Pregenzer. Megan Ramus. Hazel Lopez. Jess Sobjak. Danisha Berry, Bridget McLaughlin, Jen Herbst. Sarah Krall. Jessica 
Matthews. Jen Schubert. Courtney Brenizer, Victoria Checchia, Elizabeth Kulp, Janette Strohecker. .AnnMarie Armenti. Monica Moser. Kristin D'Elia. Alicia 
Resciniti. Jen Furchak. Jess Willet, Amy Ongley, .\shley Ziegler, Renee Barbetta, Jen Czar. Amanda Brown, Rebecca Sankey, Liz Hart, Katie Zelitch, Casey 
Hidlingmaicr. Randi Georje. Rachel Nicomeli. Rebecca Wallace, Colleen McCleskey, Joie Ballenline. Ashlev Linquilo, Margaret Reddy. Angela Tolh. Michelle 



ra's berkowitz first floor 

Dawn Kaufman and Jen Czar 




second floor: 



Tammv bank, Jes^ Hester. Clucn Courtrighl. Melissa Lopez. Jen Barszcz. Mansa l'>e. \\ endy Ha\ourd. Michelle Smith. Julie Bclyung. Laura Riley. Sara Helm. 
Am> Siebert. Robyn King. Courtney Rutledge. Christina Morrissey. Kristin Ryzinski. Daisy Reasinger. Tasha Steese. Erica Paswater. Amy Wehr. Nicole Hor\ath. 
Amanda Hummel, Maria Giusti, TilTany Nicely, Molly Ault. Amy Bauer. Jen Frey, Audrey Nissly, Allsion Fissel, Laura Mulligan, Nicole Goger, Desiree 
Haneman. Kate Decker. Heather Rhodes. Susan Burroughs. Kathleen McGovem. Emily Hane. Liz Woodward. Melissa Martinez. Leigh Stiftler. jess Carter. Dana 
Pruessner. Stefanie Comstock. Kristen Meischke. Kim Kennedy. Jen Oxenreider. Elliot Parsons. Jen Welsh. Heather Emerson. Erin Zukus. Erin Baker, Erin Yoder, 
Natalie .Aurand. .\ndrea Hood, Amanda Cessna. Sarah Shearer. Marsha Hoopes. Leslie Kenamond. Amy Sakers. Ashley Warren. Rantona Azore. Charlene 
Mov>re\. Fnca LKod. Sheml Nash. Aurora B\ars. Meean Kichline. Mansa \an Roon 




Marisa VanRoon and Erica Paswater 
ra's berkowitz second floor 



Dorm Photos 




cooke 




ra cooke first floor 

Ca?e\' Sparks 





first floor: 

■iieen Hampton, .\shle> Kennedy. Melissa Pern. Monica Pern, Rachelle Lee. Jen Troilo. Tracey Marrazzo. Jess randell. Jess Banhel, Tabiiha Davidson. .Audrey 
ohnston. Jamie Wilhefou, Casey Spaii^ Rocbelle Coins, Ruih Sanborn. Juliene Cairoll. Diana Wendling. Tara Bolcar. Nicole Strain. Katie Cirillo, Jen LaPoma. 
..'n Campbell. Lauren Viereck, Janelle Smoyer, Abigail Woiton, Carolyn Monteliisco. Shaimon Mullarkey, Liz Potter. Natasha Rezanka. Jason Champagne, Ke\in 

■.lolone^. R^ar Scon. Mart: Slonev 



-Austin Tavlor 
ra cooke second floor 




second floor: 

Greg Lange. Ken Telski. Reggie Brewington, Eric Cromer. James Hirst, Michael Keith, Damien Ciecwisz, Joe Mahon. Mike .-Mbano. Robert Hclle. .Austin Taylor. 
Mike Hannan, Bnan Tnonfo, Tun Donov-an. John Novak, Omar Mojica, Dave Smith. Drew Geiger, Dan Ness, Brandon McCabe. Paul Parsons, Tony Beard, Eric 
Milano. Dan Drake. Kcvm Miraski. Steve Babcock. George Rigdon, Eric Inama, Steve Perillo, Man Pierce. Justin Miller. James Sanders, Tadd May. Rob Shinn. 

Mike Biavvixxl Ten> Radocha. Dustin Pierce. Peter Rozdllsti.'simon Daile^ 



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goldman 




first floor 



John Bergmann. Kevin Voss, Dan Haddon. Matt Viola, Man Alvarez. Aaron Donahey. Man Bergman. Scon Crunenden, Jeremy Messinger. John Cowitch, Ed 
Si:hroeder, Ben Donnon. Josh King, Giovanni Brooks. Shea Mealia, John Murray, Glenn VanGromv, Andy Johnson, Jamie Kleinle, Clint LaSlelta, Cote Keim. Carlo 
DeAngelo. Jusim Sigafoos. Jason Kova!. Kirby Snyder. Mike Dawson. Mike Ezell, Joe Faiigaie, Jason Stem, Tony Dellechiaie, Brian Sleigus, Bill Crowley, Alfred 

Glackm. Joe Lane. Sean Needham 



ra's goldman first floor 

Andy Johnson and Matt Bergman 





second floor: 



Josh Housekeeper. Mark Smith. Bethany Justice, 
Bethany Suznovich. John CoughHn. Andy 
Helms. Diane Petrailis, AnneMarie Rissi. Jason 
Muchell. Gabe Wochley. David Bowker. Randy 
Cominski. Elizabeth Converse, Nicci Gravinese, 
Sara Asibury. Lindsay Higgins. Jesse 
Intessimoni, Eric Orr. Kristin Coitman. Erin 
Montgomery. Greg Shinn. Jason Smith. Man 
Davis. Peter Kuntz. Chris Mclver, Derek 
Milligan. Andy Mincer. Leigh Campbell. Sarah 
Jacobs. Kelly Wilson, Mike Adamek, Steve 
Byzek. Mike P>-piak. Renee Lombardo. Robert 
Hedges, Robert Slutter. Christine Casioli. 
Kristina Huber. James Aylmer, Ernest Werner, 
Chris Farese. Rich Noll, Amy Boros. Jen Coupe. 
Ken McClure. Jason Shivak. Laura Fitz. 
Danielle Hodges, John Mason, Chris Price. Sean 
Poner. William Sunon, Kelly Geissler. Marin 
Santore, Rebecca Sargent. Chris Davidson. Mike 
Legg. Erin Albrecht, Sarah Nungesser 






Kelly Teissier and 
Renee Lombardo (not pictured) 
ra's goldman second floor 




Dorm Photos 123 



elson& 
new res. 





elson 

Jack Flinchbaugh, Robert Martin, Brett Haines, Jason 
Heeter, Josh Strite, Vincent Perry, Ted Klingert, Mat- 
thew DiCiccio, Andrew Majeski, William Rosanelli, Luke 
Morris, Josh Sutter, William Rawlings, Josh Sanders, 
Andrew Geider, Michael Householder, John Coombs, 
Byron Dubois, James Moll, Wade Rathfon, Eric Gaffney. 
Raymond Shenk, Michael Smith, Jacob Lantzsch, Will- 
iam Callahan, Barry Steiner, Ryan Askew, Tinsley 
Neilson, Derek Long, Jeremiah Weddle, Seneca Mowrer, 
Karen Reed, Steve Dempster 




Sara McMullen, Jeff Thomas, 
and Jenna Cuccaro 
ra's new res. 




new res. 

Christopher Marlin. Timoihy Sniink. Harry Schussler. John Whitehead. Jeff Thomas. Belh Bell. Allison Hamilton. Chris Check. Steve McOonald. Andrew Hjnnah. 
Christian Pill. Jennifer Caligiuri. Rachel Visinlainer, Laura Moore. Emily Traylor. Jessica Fry, Joanna Konsiantinidis, Tar>n Romanczak, Darlene Soga. Tracv 
Ayres, Lisa Wojciechowski, Pam Brierly. Janai Helik. Laurie Bish, Erin Redding. Jen Pcterka, Sylvia Thornton, James Avant, Brian Bloodgood. Ezekiel Boren. 
Robert Wilkins. Jeff Mortensen. Chris Uhland. Meghan Hannigan, Nicole Strunk. Sara McMullen. Michael Magee, Chris Smith. Syreeta Hurd. Lydia Lee. Knstinc 
Crotls. Christa Salera. Melissa Carboni, Marisa Santora. Jenel Goodwin. Christiene Perez-Chin, Lauren Duffy, Erin Sander. Jennifer Lanigan, Katie O'Donnell. 
Jessica Dacey. Sabrina Shawlis. Amanda Lamerd. Amber Smolinsky. Kate Baran, Beth Hafer. Lorene Bonde, Tiffany Keller, Jenna Cuccaro. Stacey Doderer, 
Dana Marston, Brent Kerschner. John Rawluk, Jeremy Appenzeller. Matt HenshatI, Jess Mclhom. Jill Simpson. Dyanna Capuano. Allison Ricci. Lauren Healy, 
Elizabeth Ryan. Sharon Murray. Jamie Riggs. Rosemar> Paylor. Dana Seibel. Cadence Denolo. Jamie Yerger. Amanda Barrv. Jaclyn Snelling. Donna Constantm. 
Melissa Nelson 



124 Student Life 




Samuel 




first floor: 



Kri>li Orendi. rulaju J»m.s, i nil K..mj.i.>. C i.iiTi lovh, lijiiiclk I ii-.pm k 
Kahshcr, Kalhenne Hcegcr. Kalherme UDriMoll. Hilti \Uirhiiri:ci, s.ii ,h 
Knolhe. Kalherine Topley. Tar)n Banhokimtvi. Juli \kl„.«.iii, \.,i.,Ik si, 
\manda Bohler. Shclb> Gram. Jaime Muchell. psk-lla Rmh. \-.lik> Ik.ku 
\-lik-> Mack. Fli/ahelh Tressk-r. Ashlc\ lWm\. Bnjgcl (kildeii. J.iclyn Ha 



1 kilin~>iii lljmclk Oildim:. AiM.ind.i kii^luiiski, k.iliitiiiiL 
.L I .rrK llotlman. Jebsica Trcller. Iljrm.ih HomsjjrdrKr. ' 
j \klis I krauczyk, Laura McKcndrkk. Tara HochsiLin. 
(.iiml^r hrv-\, Jennifer Loucks, Dana kmnjck, Jc^Mta lkv\ 
. Shannun McCormick. Sarali Tuffner 



ra's Samuel first floor 

Kristi C'lvndi and Tarvn Bartholomew 




second floor: 

Viiditu MuCanv. 1- t aner Jerrell. Christopher Zirpoli, Kevin Nicolson, Joshua Righler, Ryan Biggs. Dale Davis. Marc Kleihauer. Peter Wright. Wendy Slrohl, Nicol 
I rjnko. Ashk'y hussk-man. Vanessa Starr. Jessica Bray, Kathy LaSpada. Amanda Giving. Jessica Snyder. Tracy Anderson. Kiersten McCarrick. Julie Sollenbergcr, 
Kri.sti Denton. Jaclyn Federici. Jennifer Dawejko. Missy Fineberg, Christina Kruvczuk. Michelle Neuman. Giuseppa Antoniello. Alicia Reed. Jillian Stoerrle. Brittany 
Woodelt. Sherilyn Distasi. Carolyn Hill. Ali Levine, Candace Snell, Nicole Henne. Marcy Nye. Karen Dalinsky. Heidi Johnson, Brianna Foster. Carrie Saylor, 
Christopher Anderson. Frank Kotula. Joseph LaNe\e. Carl Nami. Robert Arcidiacono. Eric Hoggard. Daniel Bisti. Matthew Friebel. Anthony McCloy, Jason Moore, 
R>an McFarland, Nathan Rochrich. James Bryant, Nelson Fonseca, Brad Davis, Eric Frick. Scoll Stewart, Forest Smith, Nick Weslphal, Robert Dimn, Brian Eitncr 




Julie Sollenberger and Brad Dav 
ra's Samuel second floor 



Dorm Photos 125 



ulman 

1&2 




ra ulman first floor 

Kate Glabb 





first floor: 



Kdle Glabb, Kale McCanhy. Jen McCarthy. Jen Goldstein. Jen Wiseman, .\gnes Duszak. Jaime Haika. Breann DePietro, Jessica Timlin. Enca Campbell. Amy 
Debuck. Lindsey Fritchman. Kathleen Monaco. Caitlin Parker. Kristen Hummel. Susan Wieland. Michelle Grata. Katie Wessner. Jannell Hufsmith, Ericka 
Killian. Liz Bietman. Liz Mullen. Jackie Cozens. Angela Weber. Laura Jones. Aiene Munro. Kathleen Devery, Nicole Hatt, Stephanie Campbell. Clarissa Ford. 

Stephanie Furdin 



Mike Calkins 

ra ulman second floor 




second floor: 

Pal Brovra. Ben Polimet. Pal Fackler. John Vannini. Dave Carmon. Kevin Kennedy. Chris Versace. Greg Weaver. Bnan Singer. Kevin Wrighu Mike Grady. 
Steven Pinhas. Roger Brounell. Joe Wunderlich. Mike Mayne. Bryan Pellek. Adam Knoblach. Kevin McGotty. Ryan Daniels. .Adam Mellor. Gideon Frisbee, 
William Rulon-Miller. Mike Evcringham. Dante Johnson. Thomas Rady. Ed Smith. Alex Barbour. Randy Rouselle. Rich Adams. Sam Bullock. Mike Berlanda. 

Jordan Manin. Dcnck Bollimier. Chns Derr. Man Gilson. Don Ro«le\. Jusiin Risscr. Adam shearer, \l.ke Calkins 



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ulman3& 
wolfsohn 




third floor 



M -.'■•' Wm: Pi- 



'>hcTt Snyder, A.monio Babm, Phtl Can Ryan Dunbar. Wu Dongqiang. Andrew Merrill. Jason Rorer. Francis Weinman, Chris 
'.Muro, Mat! Hubbard. Peter Kranjnak. Marcus Platco. Ben Huntingion. Garth Merandy. Pat O'Brien. Jason Jorden. Brian Waikin. 
Mill Moyer. David Onuskanich, Mike D"Agostino. Chris Paprzycki, Tom Dubay, Matt Miller, Mike Kazmierski, Tarweh 

I Ml Inin. Malt Bcardsicv. John Feisler. Jeremy Fidicr. Max Russick 



ra ulman third floor 




wolfson 

Andrew Gardner. Mike Skwara. Mike Bocchino, Ryan Campbell, 
Chris Babickas. Tony Manorek. Albert Antoine. Rich 
Nieiubowicz. Reynaldo Fuentes, Trevor Krisak. Tom Coghlan. 
Austin Evans. Aaron Evans. Kevin Moore, Robert Halas. Andrew 
Stahl. Azaria Numerato, John Zang. Adam George. Kevin Wilson, 
Dan Garrett, Desmond Wiggins. Andrew Belding, Nick 
Berezansky, Malt Pisker. Hans Spalholz. Jeremy Worthington, 
Nathan Palmer, Justin Pill, Alan Pianelli. Br^lan VanAnsdalen. 
Frank Finney. Sean Smith. William Sprague. Tim Irotman. Mark 
Mallheus. \Uirk Spirito. Sean Carter. Matthew Pennypacker, Mike 
DAn-cln. A.irnm Dancy. Nick Rollo. Jarred Pilarski. Jason 
SptiKL', Jjred Hinkcl. Drew McGuire. Kevin Martin, Brian Turner. 
Mall Marozzi. Wayne Thompson. Matt Morrison, Joshua Taylor, 
Scolt Eltwein, Jason Thompson, Steve Dempster, William Petlit, 
Mike Brennan, John Drobnicki. Marco Scarfalloto, John Wilcha, 
Luis Ortiz, Keeven Thomas, Kelly Brown, Janine Cozens, Candice 
Klingerman, Heather McCarly. Lmdsey Peck, Kathryn Powell. 
Chris Johnson, Ryan McMullin 
consectetuer. 




T. Jeremv VVorthington and Aaron Evans 

ra's wolfson 



Dorm Photos 127 



work 




ra's work first floor 

Bill Kennedy and 

Karol Stomslnot pictured^ 





first floor 



Bui K£ni;ed>. Keith Williams.. Robert Baiada. Ryan Parker. Pat Beacham, Kyle Knou&e. Rich SchmidL Scoa Thompson. Da\e Heck, Mark R^nck. Randall Gra^e 
Julian Holloway. Bnan Greves. Mike ShoodeL Bill Gansani. John MarshaJL Joe LjTich. Dave Super. Frank Fasanella. Dave Griffith, Nick Fehrle. Nick Friti. Steve 
Horsl. George Stnicko. Steve Onnan. Rvan Reese SJike Azzarello. Tom Mehaffev. Andrew Neff. Daniel Wickcibam. Elsburgh Clarke. Sean DeLuca. Ken 

KeirYer- Je^^e Rohrer. Tim Padilli .K'^h P.-^ncL^er. Scon Hmiz, Luke Miller 



\iika Miller and Kirsten Wurzburg 
ra's work second floor 




second floor 

Nicole Bnramer. Colleen Rowland. .Angela Lacina. Lisa \!anello Maria Mwan. Nina Wohlfanh. -\mv Eckert, Meredith Fairov^. Jessie Campanile Marianne 
Petnno. Erin Adams. Tiffany Springman. Allison Goltberg. Jessjca Liples, Sarah Bender. Abigail A^'ilson, Debra Etavis. Ahnjel Weaver, Natalie Luc^k. Miriam 
Nace, Stacev DeJong. Lisa Tager. Liz Nlozda. Meredith Or, Man Hoffert. Justin Sturchio. Trcvw NeusQdter. Man Pahner, Man Markanan. Brad Stolz. LawTrncc 
.Anthes. Dene Honing, Pat Fisher, Maii Napolitano, ShawTi Cooper, Brandon Gordon. Jos^h Crooks. Zach Travis. Mika Miller, NlcoIIc Btackmon. Marv CampelL 
Heather McCarthv, Rebecca Rubin, Jess Hoffinan. .Asia Shiplev. Carrie Conklin. December MitcbelL Sarah Kichler. Kadia Saunders, Came .Ande, Ella Buck^eu. 
Nleredith Bailv, Sarah Heffner, Coiev Scales. Mariah \^eir. Heather .Arsenaull, Shannon Brown. Lmdsav Eversole. Kathnu Leach, Jackie Harding. Liz Sankev'. 
Melissa Bueti, Caitlin Teifer. Laura Nye. -Anne Ridge, Marlena BallielL RosalvTid Orr. Sara Blackledge, Tammv Clapper, Jess Baigert. Emily Garofalo. Karol Storr. 
K'rfTen Wurzbure 



128 Student Life 




special interest 
housing 




substance free: 

Ki'ir I Mike Bachnijn, Diana Hubbard, Emily Ferguson, Christi .Anderson Ron' 2: Chris Faust, Rene Mc Manus, .Ashley Love, Emily Hester, Rob Finkel, 
Amanda Wain Nol Pkt\ire,t: Mark Landis and Marv Wheativ 



ra special interest housing 

Fmilv Hustcr 




dvc young artistans: 

Roir 1. Mary Row 2: Nicole, Amanda, Elissa Hansen, Erin Mattern Rirw 3;Chrissy Leathers, Laume Jones, Laume Young, Alicia Grysko 




Alicia Grysko and Ashley Love 
special interest house leaders 



Dorm Photos 129 



a new start 

freshmen 

Ne\v surroundings, new friends, ne\v 
school. Like all of DYC's past incom- 
ing freslTnien, the class of 2006 had to 
face ne\v situations. "I had to over- 
come some jitters," said Josh Righter, 
an incoming English major. But in the 
end. Josh, like most freshnien get past 
the ner\'ousness and hopefully haxe a 
wonderful \'ear. 



Below: Ulman What!!!!! 

Jay, Da\ e, Pete, Pat and Garth take a 

break from studying to play a littlr 

Nintendo. 




/looif. Keeping in touch... Right: Good Friends!! 

While working on her English paper, Lori Ryan McFarland and Nelson Fonseca j 

talks to her friends from home. read\ to study for their exams. 



1.^0 Student Ufe 





Lcfl: Go Del Val.... 

This energetic group of freshman i'n|oy 
having their RA and friends hang out in 
their dorm room. Pkliimi: Corin Tosh, 
Samantha Kalisher, Erin Romano, Nicho- 
las Westphal, Margeret Reddy, Kevin 
Nicolson, Shari Distasi, Jill Stoerrle, Tif- 
fany Jones, Kristi Orendi, Lydia Lee. 

BcUni': Hanging Around.... 

Jen Tavisia and Agnes Duszak are get- 
ting ready to join their friends on the 
third floor of Ulman 




mmm soup. 



I 



Here at Del Val, Ramen 
Noodles is a staple to one's 
diet. Melissa Krawczyk 
certainly agrees. Before 
studying for her classes, 
she fixes herself a bowl of 
chicken noodle soup. 



Above: Chewing Down.... 

Matthew Friebel and Daniel "hippie" Bisti 
take a break from Caf food and fix them- 
selves a bowl of pasta. 



Freshmen 131 



beginning again 

sophomores 

With a year under their belts, tlie DVC 
sophomores began classes with a little 
less fear. Many knew what to expect 
from their professors. However, with 
larger course loads and more difficult 
classes, the sophomores had to alot 
more time to study. Though, as many 
can agree, having a good time was a 
larger priority. 




Above: Tests, Tests, Tests... r,^,/,,. Best Friends!! 

Mike Azzarello and Alicia Elwell study Erh-, Mattern and Nicole D' Andrea cha 

intently for their Biology exam the next affg^ class 

day. 



Below: Hard at Work! 

Frank Fasanella, Amanda O'Neil, and 
Renee McManus do their homework out- 
side on a beautiful sunny day. 







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132 Student Life 



Alicia Grysko, Lauren Young, Chrissy 
Leathers, and Lauren Jones enjoy room- 
ing together this ye-ar in the Work T. 




Rob Finkel can often be 
foimd decorating the 
Work T with fun and 
interesting pictures. Here, 
Rob shows his favorite 
picture of an Abercrombie 
and Fitch model. He 
certainly kept his neigh- 
bors entertained with his 
decorations. 



Above: Taking a break... 
Chris Faust, Mark Landis and Dave 
iriffith take a break from studying to 
watch the Yankees in Work lounge. 



Sophomores 133 



one more year 

juniors 

Tliis year's junior class is certainly one 
crazy, yet active bunch. From the DEB 
sorority to PEK fraternity; from SAC to 
Ram Pages; from RA's to cheerleaders, 
the junior class has made a name for 
themselves. Without their help, these 
clubs and activities would not be the 
same. 



Below: Ice Skating... 
Good friends Rebecca Kakos, Kristi I 
Orendi, and Gabriel Gordon take a break | 
from studying to go ice skating. 




Ab(we: Homecoming... Right: Just Chillin... 

At the homecoming dinner Chairman Rob Baiada, Lisa Mariello, Ryan Parker, 

Taryn Bartholomew dances with her boy- and Josh Potteiger have a pizza party in 

friend Aaron Evans. their room on the first floor of Work. 




134 Student Life 




Ri^lil: Having a Good Time... 

Kiitotildbbiind Nicole" Strunk enjoy hang- 
inj; out in Nlcw Ues together. 



Hclow: Hard at Work! 

( Mibe Wochley works on his term paper 
for his English class. 






DEB girls... 




DEB sisters, Emily Spies, 




Jackie VanderPloeg, and 




Dana Marston have en- 


^'^^^I'L 


joyed three years of spend- 




k ing time together. Al- 




V though their time together 




^^ is limited, they plan on 


^^^H^ ,t M^uJ 


H^ keeping in touch after they 


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B| graduate. 



Above: All Smiles... 

Mike Pvpiak and Colleen Rowland finish 
their dinner and then take a quick picture 
to remember the evening. 



Juniors 135 



Right: Finishing Up... 

Tim Padilla, Amy-Jo Schultz, and Kevin 
Schusfer rest for fifteen minutes after they 
give blood. 




Aboz'e: In the Process... 

Albert Antoine and Syreeta Hurd lay 
down on the beds to get their blood taken. 

Right: Supplying... 

These "seniors" help out at the drive by 
handing out supplies. 



Right: All Done... 

Kristi Orendi holds her arm up while the 

nurse gets her a band aid. 



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136 Special Events 



I i-fl: Name Please... 

ill Simpson, Rob Baiada, and Nina 
Wohlfarth help out at the blood drive all 
day long. 




Above: Last Name First... 
Robert Arcidiacono is almost through fill- 
ing out his application. Robert felt very 
good after he gave blood. 



Blood Drive 137 



Riglit: Bite my tongue... 

Adam Richman plays a few selections 

from his new CD Two followed by a few 




Above: La La La... 

Gabrielle Gordon and Mark Rarick blow 

the roof off the pub with their amazing 

talents. 

Right: Good Friends... 

Mike Azzerello and Kristi Orendi gi\ e 

each other a big hug before watching 

concert. 



Rj!^'/;f. Listening to the students... 

The comedians take suggestions from 

their audience. 



138 Student Life 



left: Premature what? 

C hristii SaliTii, Patrick Swesey, Rosalynd 
tirr help pcrticipate in the comedian's 
act. 

Ik'hnr: Town Meeting... 

LaiML'ii Young and David Griffith get 
ready for the controversies at the town 
meeting. 




Left: Playing his guitar... Above: Singing her heart out... 

Comedian Stephen Lynch entertains Beth Potter sings at karaoke. 
DelVal students with his hysterical act. 



Sac Events 139 



Right: Grabbing a Bite- 
Beth Ann Kraynek joins Sean Snxith at the 
pub for dinner. 




Above: Friends Forever... 
Kate Snyder and Amanda Giving enjo\ 
the special of the night, bacon cheesebur- 
ger and fries. 

Right: Packing it Up... 
Jackie Snelling and Lindsay Peck get their 
dinner to go so they can study for their 
exam the next dav. 



Right: Checking it Out... 
Working for Wood Dining Ser\ices ha' 
proved to be an enjoyable vet, time con 
suming job for Jen. 



140 Student Life 



Lcfl: Working Hard... 

Student and part-time worker Slieena 
Hepner enjoys working in liie dining hal 
scanning cards. 

Below: Buffet Style... 

Trcner Garbow and Pat O'Brien check 
out the desserts in the dining hall. 





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Above: Chillin... 

Mike Money, Robert Wilk, Ella "Pretzel" 

Buckalew and Mark Stoney talk about 

Thursday night activities in the Cooke 

apartment. 



Eating Establishments 141 



Right: Snow Covered... 

Dr. Learner gets to sleep in too! 



snow day 

\\liat Tras your 
favorite part of the 

day? 

Sledding on caf trays 
FootbaU 
Sleeping in 
Sno\s" angels 

xo classes: 



December 5, 2002 





Above: Winter Wonderland... 

Man- Campbell, Nick Fehrle, Rich XoU, 

and Chris Farese are happy it is snow- 



Right: Don't Slip on the Ice... 
Chris Paprz\-cki and Trever Garbow 
prevent their friend Chris "Toph" 
Combs from falling. 



Right: Fun all day... 

Dan Mover, Bryan Pellek and .Adam 
Knoblauch are sad because the girls 
took their football. 



>■«*' \*s8!>.^IKk-; 



142 Student Life 



Left: Caf Trays? 

Mika Miller, Emily Garofalo, Ryan 
Parker, Josh Potteiger, Mark Lardus, 
Tim Padilla,ChristieCascioli,and Wendy 
Strohl have fun sledding on caf trays 
behind the Media Center. 

Below: Sneaky- 
Emily Hane and Mike Albano get ready 
to throw a snowball at the photographer. 




Left: A lone bench... 

Nobody wants to sit here today. 



Above: Who Says Girls Can't Play Foot- 
ball? Joie Ballentine, Ana Mecaj, 
Michelle Young, Ashley Linquito, 
Kristen D'Elia, Janelle Smoyer, Angela 
Toth and Meg Ramos have just finished 
playing a game of football. 



Snow Day 143 




Right: Rising Star? 

Steve Horst showed off his talents play- 
ing an acoustic version of Dashboard 
Confessional's "Screaming Infidelities". 




Above: Listening intently.... 
Erruly Hane, Erin Mattem and Nicole 
D' Andrea listen to wonderful perfor- 
mances of the evening. 



Right: Starting off.... 

Lauren Jones plavs a few selections to 

start off the night. 



Right: Alicia Keys? 

Nina Wohlfarth's acapella performance 

of "1 keep on Falling" was amazing. 



144 Student Life 



Left: Ready and Waiting.... 

LauR-n Young and Chrissy Leathers wait 
to watch their fellow peers perform. They 
were \'ery impressed with everyone's tal- 
ents. 




Left: A beautiful message.... 

After IVCF, Josh King joins open mic 
night. His two performances impressed 
everyone at the event. 



Above: Jamming Out.... 

As an eight-year pianist, Mark Rarick 
was able to give the audience a special 
performance. 




Open Mic Night 145 



Right: Sleeping Beauty- 
Sarah Jacobs takes a short nap after a long 
day of hiking. 




Above: Don't Tip... 

Leigh Campbell taks a ride in a kavak on 

a nice warm dav. 

Right: Good friends... 
Laura Isaac, Rebecca Kakos and Nicole 
Cochran take a picture outside their hut 
one night. 



Riglit: Tour guide! 

Pablo shows the students around Costa 

Rica. 



146 Student Life 




Left: Fun Times.... 

Leigh Campbell, Bob Lawless, Rosalynd 
Orr, Syreeta Hurd, Candace Focht, Dr. 
Bodri, Nicole Cochran, Laura Issacs, Liz 
Thomas, Sarah Jacobs, Becky Hughes, 
Rebecca Kakos, Tom Webb, John Wesley, 
Susan Miller, Pablo. 

Beloiv: Making friends.... 

Syreeta Hurd and Susan Miller check out 
the vsild horse. 






Left: A beautiful day... Akroe: Catching waves... 

Rosalynd Orr and Liz Thomas admire Everyday the students saw amazing scen- 

the beautiful view. ery. 



Costa Rica 147 



Right: Fun times... 

Tim Padilla, Tim Dormavan, Chris Faust, 

Rob Finkel, and Matt Jankowski had a 

wonderful time listening to Better Than 

Ezra. 




Above: Good times... 

Sarah Nungesser and Beth Hafer are 

excited to see the band perform. 



Above: Like a wolf... 
Mike D'Angelo, Dan "Duckit" Garrett, 
Todd Bohm, Matt Pennypacker and 
Kevin Moore enjoy sporting their 
Wolfson tees. 



148 Student Life 



Right: Deb girls to Better Than Ezra... 

Kimmy Weber, Bridget McLaughlin, 
Emily Spies, Jackie Vander Ploug, Sara 
Crosier, Sarah Jacobs, and Dana Marston 
pose for a picture at the concert. 

htiow: Over there... 
Jill Susice directs a Toner Sound em- 
ployee on where to place some sound 
equipment. 




Above Setting it up... 

Sara McMuUen, Erica Pasvvater, Harry Schussler, Ben Donnon, Jeft Thomas, Brad 
Bobemeith, Peter Kuntz, and Greg Shinn worked long and hard that morning to get 
e\'erything set up just right. 




Concert 149 



Right: Relaxing... 

P.J. Selesky and Michelle Arrighy take a 
break from homework, while Vicki 
Kuszewski continues to study. 




Above: Let's be friends... 

Melissa Foxall and Sean Kenworthy be- 
come new friends. 

Right: An aerial veiw... 

A group of friends review for their first 
exam of the semester. 



Right: Best friends... 

Jen Cook and Jen Malab)' pose for a pic 

ture. 



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Left: At lunch time... 

Once lunch rolls around the commuter 
ounge is filled with students. 

Helou': Typing... 

Stephanie Craw types her paper for her 

honors class. 




Left: Surfing the net... 

Mark Schmidt, Samantha Morgan, Jenni- 
fer Cook, and Mark Mathews look for 
information for their term papers. 



Above: Working together... 
Stephanie Marks and Kate McGrogan take 
a break for their research to pose for a 
picture. 



Corrvmuters 151 



Right: Having a great time... 
Co-editor .Andrea \elas and Bridget 
McLaughlin check out the Gleaner to- 
gether. 




Above: Tasting the refreshments... 

Dr. Orr and Dr. Haws tastes the fabulous 
cakes. 

Right: Fun times... 

Michelle Neumann poses for a picture 
after recie\Tng her cop)' of the Gleaner. 



Right: That's cool... 

Katie Sleeger and Josh Righter look at the 

awesome pictures featured in the Gleaner. 



152 Student Life 



Lci'l: Finally done... 

Andrea Velas, Dr. Schramm, and Marlena 

Balliett are excited to see the finished 

publication. 




Gleaner Gala 153 



Right: Check out the talent... 

Participants of the 2003 Talent Show get 
together after the sho\v to take a group 
picture. 




Above: Rock on.... 

Matt DiCissio and Austin Taylor do 

a wonderful new rendition of an old 

favorite. 

Right: Belt it out.... 

Ashlev Ziegler performs Whitney 
Huston's "One Moment In Time" to win 
first place in the Talent Sho^v. 



Right: Angelic Voices.... 

Anne Ridge puts her heart and soul into 

her song. 



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Left: Who's Judging? 
Special EventsChairperson, DaveGriffith 
poses with the judges of the show, Ms. 
Judy Besore, Mr. Bob Pierson, and Dr. 
Robert Orr. 

Betoiv: Lance Bass?. 

No that's not Lance Bass, it's third place 
winner, Ricky Harrison performing a 
dance to "It's Gonna Be Me" by N'Sync. 




Left: Absolutely hilarious.... 

Second place winner, Lisa Tager performs 
a short piece from "The Vagina Mono- 
:ues." 



Above: Shocking.... 

Mika Miller shocked the audience with 
his surprise performance, playing the role 
of John the Baptist. 



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Right: Upper-classmen... 
Josh King, Tony Dellechiaie, Mike 
Dawson, Walt Horton, Matt Bergman and 
Anthony Robinson love chillin together 
in Goldman. 



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1 . Living with friends 

2. Parties 

3. Playing video games 

4. Staying up late 

5. Goofing off 



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Above: Watching the stars... 

Ryan Parker, Lisa Mariello, and Rob 

Baiada watch the meteor shower. 

Right: Best buds... 

Caitlin Parker, Liz Berman, Ehza Mullen 
and Laura Jones love living on the first 
floor of Ulman together. 




Right: One quick pic... 

Bridget McLaughlin, Laura McKendrick, 
and Nick Westfall get to know Joe 
McGreggor. 



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Left: Cutie patootie... 

Chris Faust, Alicia Grysko, Frank 
Fasant'lla and Chrissy Leathers can al- 
ways bo found chatting in the work 
lounge. 

Mow: Halo- 
Rob C'lil^fe and Tavlor Beacham enjoy 

pLnin;' ll.il.i Willi llirir friends in the 

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Left: Yay Ulman... 

John Vannini and Joe Wunderlich sit out- 
side Ulman and talk about parties going 
on that week. 



Above: Finishing it up... 

Tracey Ayres finishes her Complex Vari- 
ables assignment in her New Res lounge. 



Dorm Life 157 



Right: Good limes... 

Emily Garofalo, Tres Clarke, Lis.i 
Mariello, and Ryan Parker take a mo- 
ment to take a fun photo. 




Above: Yeah design! 

Josh Pottiger, Mika Miller and Josh King 

check out this interesting exhibit. 

Right: All smiles... 

Marlena Balliett talks to Nick Culler, and 

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Right: Interesting... 

Jackie Wright checks out the first exhibit 
in the hallway of the gym. 




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Li'fl: Chem people... 

Good friends, Francis Higgins, Sheri 
I lolden and Erin Rockafellow get pam- 
phlets from different companies. 

Biioic: Just looking... 

Bob Helle and Gabrielle Gordon look at 
the different presentations. 




Left: Just Chatting... Above: Looking good... 

Jamie Maguire gets information about Joe Lang, Al Glackin, and David Bowker 
different job opportunities in the area. check out the companies. 



Career Day 159 



Riglit: Down time... 

The Sub-tropical Hort group plays hearts 
in their spare time 




Above: Ole ... 

Sara McMullen, Sarah Nungesser, Kate 
Baran, Beth Hafer, and Tiffany Keller 
have fun dressing up in these sombrerros. 

Right: Kicking back... 

Sarah Nungesser has a great time while 
in Epcot. 



Right: Taking it in ... 

Dr. Vincent waits for his students so he 
can continue the fun. 



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/ c7( One Last Shot- 
Nick Fritz, Bob Lawless, Sarah 
Nungesser, Tiffany Keller, Sara 
McMuUen, Dr. Vincent, Kate Baran, Beth 
Hafer, and Mike Skwara 

Beloiv: Tree Huggers... 

It isn't what it looks hke, Sarah Nungesser 
and Sara McMullen hug this Baobab Tree 
for good luck. 

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Left: Berrylicious Bob... Above: Now that's a Sausage... 

Bob Lawless enjoys his very own picked Nick Fritz holds the fruit of a Sausage 

fresh strawberries. Tree. 



Sub-tropical Hort Trip 161 



interesting. 




seniors 



This year's graduating class may very well be small in numbers; howe\^er, 
their level of dedication anci excitement is enormous. It is certainly unfortu- 
nate for Delaware Valley College to be losing such an amazing group of 
individuals. Over the past four years, they have helped to shape and mold 
clubs and organizations at this institution. They will be greatly missed. 




Above: Friends Forever... 

Although Laura Moore, Kyle Knouse, 
and Joanna Kons tan tinidis will miss hang- 
ing out together in New Res, the memo- 
ries they have made v\-ill live on forever. 

Right: Watching a Movie... 

Tracy Ayres and Jeremy Appenzeller 

watch 40 Days and 40 Nights on WDVC. 




162 Seniors 




It is certain that this group of seniors will 
nt\ er forget all the memories that they 
h.i\e accumulated over the past four 



Senior Divider 163 



"The farther behind I lea\ e the past, the closer I am to forging m\ ow n character." 

-habelle Eberhardr 



Raymond E. Adams 
Business Marketitn:; 

Jeremy D. Appenzeller 
Criminal Justice 
Administration 

Carolina M. Arbelaez 
Equine Business 

Natalie M. Aurand 

Secondary Education 

Agriculture 



Tracy V. Ayres 

Mathematics 

Melissa K. Baile\ 
Biolog. 

Erin C. Baker 
Large Animal Scien, 

Marlena C. Balliett 

Ornamental Horticulture. 

Floriculture 



Katherine A. Baran 

Ornamental Horticulture/ 

Floriculture 

Amanda J. Barr\ 

Large Animal Scieut. 

Elizabeth M. Bell 
Small Animal Science 

Matthew B. Bergman 

Secondary Education/ 
Business 



Nicole L. Beyerle 
Criminal Justice 
Administratic 

Laurie J. Bish 
Agribusines- 

Wesley B. Bishop 

Criminal Justice 
Administration 

Sara L. Blackledge 
Small Animal Science 




164 Seniors 



"The empires of the future are the empires of the mind." 

-Sir Winston Churchill 



To the Class of 2003, 



Time tlcw bv during the last tour 
years. It has been an amazing tour years 
and I hope all of you have many more 
amazing years to come. We all started 
Del Val with many goals and dreams, 
and yet we are leaving with the knowl- 
edge that the first part of our lives is 
over. It is time to embrace the "real- 
world". It has been an honor to be your 
Student Government President this past 
year. I have learned a great deal from all 
of you. We may have been one of the 
smallest classes in recent years, but we 
have made our impact on the school 
and each other. I hope that your path in 
life leads you to success, love, and 
happiness. Your path through Del Val 
may not ha\'e been easy, but you got 
through it. Here is a toast to the next 
step, here is a toast to the next path! 



Jeff Thomas 

2002- 2003 Student 
Government Board President 




Jeffrey S. Thomas 

Business Administration/ 
Management Information 
Systems 




Pamela R. Brierley 

Small Animal Science 

Brent J. Bromiley 
Business Marketing 



W. Edward Buckman IV 
Accounting 

Kevin E. Bullard 
Ornamental Horticulture/ 
Environmental Design 



Jennifer L. Caligiuri 

Agribusiness 

William M. Callahan 
Agronomy & Environ- 
mental Science 



Melissa A. Carboni 
5 Small Animal Science 

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Christopher L. Check 

Small Animal Science 



Senior Portraits 165 



"The only thing to do with good advice is pass it on. 
It is never any use to oneself." -Oscar wiide 



Tammy M. Clapper 
Small Animal Science 

Timothy M. Coleman 
Business Administration 



Tara L. Corken 
Biology 

Timothy B. Cra\en 

Environmental Science 



Kristine M. Crott^ 

Food Scienci 

Jessica R. Dacey 

Equine Business 



Simon P. Darley 

iusinessAdministratioi: 

Shamion D. Daub 

Biology 




Congratulations 

Class of 2003! 



Our greatest experiences in life arrive when 
we aren't looking. Mine came when I came 
to Del Val. The lessons we have learned, the 
experiences we have gained, and all the 
wonderful people we have met, all of this 
will help us in the future to achieve all of our 
dreams. For all the dreams and possibilities 
vou ha\'e been working so hard for, I wish 
each and e\' ery one of you the best of luck. 
Each of us deserves what we ha\'e set our 
hearts and minds on during these past years. 
So just remember these two quotes; "Our 
only weakness as human beings is giving 
up. The only way to counter that weakness is 
by always giving it just one more try." - 
Thomas Edison "Don't give up. I belie\'e in 
you. A person is a person no matter how 
small." -Dr. Seuss 
Best of Luck Class of 2003! 

Tiffany Keller 

Class of 2003 President 



Tiffany L. Keller 

Or}iamental Horticulture/ 

Floriculture 




"The cure for boredom is curiosity. There is no cure for curiosity." 

-Ellen Parr 




Cadence Corrigan DeNoto 

Alisa M. DiBonaventura 

\ Sccominnf Education/ Business 

Patricia A. Diienno 
Fiiiaiicial Services 

Brian James Dusault 

Agronomy & Environmental 
Science 



Michelle J. Ehrgott 

Small Animal Science 

Joseph J. Fatigate 
Food Science 

Ryan J. Fealy 

Chemistry & Mathematics 

Jack S. Flinchhaugh 
Agribusiness 



Kathryn M. Flynn 

Large Animal Science 

Nicholas T. Fretz 

Accounting 

Nicholas J. Fritz 
Horticulture 

Emily A. Garofalo 
Small Animal Science 



Dae M. Gawronski 

Criminal Justice Administration 

Alfred L. Glackin 

Criminal Justice Administration 

Stephen M. Gonzalez 
Business Marketing 

Ke\'in R. Goodman 

Financial Services 



Senior Portraits 167 



•'Books are the quietest and most constant of friends; they are the most accessible and wisest of 
counselors, and the most patient of teachers." ^Charles w. Eiiot 



Jenel N. Goodwin 
Small Aitimal Science 

Charles Greco 
Business Sports Management 

Pamela J. Gromball 
Small Ani?nal Science 

Sarah A. Grove 
Equine Science 



Re\-. Mr. Richard S.Haddon 
Business Administration 

Beth C. Hafer 
Biolog}/ 

Andrew Hannah 
Turf Management 

Janai L. Helik 

Criminal Justice Administration 



Matthew J. Henshall 
Environmental Science 

Scott K. Hintz 
Crop Production 

Syreeta Joy Hurd 
Small Animal Science 

Julia J. Joseph 
Business Administration 



Dawn Lorraine Kaufman 
Agribusiness 

Brent R. Kerschner 

Agribusiness 

Kyle B. Knouse 
Horticulture 

Alicia Kominsky 

Horticulture/ 

Sustaining Crop 




168 Seniors 



Mf an idea's worth having once, it's worth having twice." 

-Tom Stoppard 



Believe in Yourself 



There may be days when you get up in 
the morning and things aren't the way you 
hoped they would be. That's when you 
ha\'e to tell yourself that things will get 
better. There will be times when people 
disappoint you and let you down, but those 
are the times when you must remind your- 
self to trust your own judgement and opin- 
ions, to keep your life focused on believing 
in yourself and all that you are capable of. 
You will face many challenges and have 
many changes to make in your life. It may 
not be easy at times but in those times of 
struggle you will find a stronger sense of 
who you are. When your days are filled 
with frustration and unexpected responsi- 
bilities, remember to believe in yourself 
and all you want your life to be. Be strong 
and remember to keep trusting in yourself 
and all your goals will be reached. 

Sylvia E. Thornton 

Class of 2003 Vice President 




Sylvia E. Thornton 

Sccominry Education/ 
Mathcuintics 




Joanna Konstantinidis 

Sincill Animal Science 

Kristin A. Lake 
Lai;;^e Animal Science 



Joseph J. Lang 

Criminal justice 
Adnilstration 

Jennifer M. Lanigan 

Equine Science 



Amanda Lynn Larnerd 

Computer Information 
System Ma)tagement 

Robert M. Lawless 

Horticulture 



Alicia M. Leonetti 
Financial Services 

Derek L. Long 

Dairy Science 



Senior Portraits 169 



"Courage is being scared to death - but 
saddling up anyway." -John \\a\ ne 



Melissa A. Lowman 
Large Aniittnl Science 

Shanna R. Mackin 
Criminal ]ustii\ 
Administration 



April A. Maftuxak 

Small Animal Sciencr 

Gerald F. McDermott 
Small Animal Science 



Steven J. McDonald 

Turf Management 

Sara M. McMullen 

Ornamental Horticulture/ 

Floriculture 



Jean M. McMullin 

Large Animal Science 

Alexander J. Meller 
Accounting 




Class of 2003: 



Four \"ears of hard work ha\'e 
finalh- paid off as we mo\'e out into a 
life be\ond college. What that life has 
in store for us, we do not know until we 
get there, but \vhate\er we encounter 
will onh- make us stronger. The memo- 
ries that \ve ha\e createci here at 
Delaware Valley College will be ones 
that we look back upon and realize the 
amount of accomplishments that we 
have made. I wish vou all the best of 
luck as vou mo\'e on and the memories 
of our friends \vill ne\'er be lost. 
Congratulations Class of 2003. 

Andrew Johnson 

Class of 2003 Secretary 



.Andrew E. Johnson 

Secondary Education/ 

Chemistry 




"Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes. Art is knowing which ones to keep." Scou Adams 




ohn J. Meller 
English 

uke F. Miller 

/ lorticidtiire 

Colleen L. Milligan 

Small Animnl Science 

Derek A. Milligan 

Criminal justice 
Administration 

Daniel D. Mills 

Ornamental Horticidture/ 
Landscape Contracting and 
Managemerit 

Laura A. Moore 

Rusiness Administration 

effrey P. Mortenson 
Ornamejital Horticulture/ 
Environmental Design 

Charlene L. Mowrey 
Dairy Science 



Seth D. Muck 
Dairy Science 



Sharon Margaret Mary Murray 

Large Animal Science 

Melissa A. Nelson 
Large Animal Science 

Adrian F. Niedziela 

Computer Information 
Systems Planning 



Christina Marie Nowicki 
usiness Administration 

Jacqueline D. O'Conner 

Equine Business 

Katie A. O'Donnell 

Equine Business 

Rosalynd S. Orr 
Environmental Science 



Senior Portraits 171 



"Education is the ability to listen to almost anything without losing your temper or your self confidence.' 



-^Robert Frost 



Jennifer L. Falser 
Small Animal Science 

Rosemar}' E. Paylor 

Small Animal Science 

Kassia P. Pendrak 
Accounting 

Christian R. Pill 

Turf Management 



Wade G. Rathfon 

Equine Science 

John M. Rawluk 
Environmental Science 

Erin M. Redding 

Large Animal Science 

Karen E. Reed 

Secondarx/ Education/ 

Agriculture 



Allison M. Ricci 
Small Animal Science 

Jamie E. K :_ 
Small Animal > 

Janet L. Roman 
Small Animal Science 

Taryn Romanczak 
Large Animal Science 



William A. Rosanelli 
Agribusinefr 

Emily J. Ruehl 
Equine Science 

Elizabeth S. Sander 
Biologi/ 

Erin K. Sander 
Small Animal Science 




172 Seniors 



'To accomplish great things, we must dream as well as act." 

-Anatole France 



To the Class of 2003, 



Spending time together at DVC these past 
four years has made us a family. We are a 
unique group of people who will go our 
separate directions to begin our lives as 
graduates. Among us are future teachers, 
doctors, designers, veterinarians, lawyers, 
and professionals that I am proud to say 
forever will be a part of DVC's Class of 2003. 
Delaware Valley College has given us many 
things, incluciing the spark, because... "Edu- 
cation is not the filling of a pail, but the 
lighting of a fire." -William Butler Yeats 

Lorene Bonde 

Class of 2003 Treasurer 




Lorene G. Bonde 

Ormvnentnl Horticulture/ 
Floriculture 




Joshua E. Sanders 
Duiri/ Science 

Marisa Santera 

Siimll Animal Science 



Corey Scales 

Criiuinnl justice 
Administration 



Amanda L. Schulenberg 

Business Administration/ 
Management Information 
Si/stems 



Amy-Jo Schultz 

Large Animal Science 

Dana Lynn Seibel 

Small Animal Science 



Sabrina J. Shawlis 

Equine Business 

Amber G. Smolinsky 

Equine Science 



Senior Portraits 173 



'Experience teaches slowly and at the cost of mistakes." 

-James A. Froude 



Jaclyn Katherine Snelling 
Large Animal Science 



Darlene M. Soga 

Criminal jiifitnr 
Admiuistrnth 



Leirion M. Sorensen 

Ornamental Horiiculture/ 
Florictilfuir 

Emily Louise Spies 
Agribui^lnesg 



Catherine R. Stetto 

Business Management 

Diana L. Strawn 
Accounting 



George T. Strucko 

Ornatnental Horticulture/ 

Landscape Contracting & 

Managemoit 

Andrea M. Sweeny 
Small Animal Science 




Dear Members 

of the Class of 2003, 



Our Graduation marks a very 
important milestone in our lives as we 
depart Delaware Valley College and 
embark upon the new ventures in our 
lives. Whether we decide to further our 
education or join the job market or even 
to join the military, our lives will con- 
tinue to change significantly in this 
journey that we call life. The journey in 
front of us will take us to new and 
exciting places that will allow us to do 
things to our utmost potential. As we 
prepare for our future, let us not dwell 
on the past, but keep an upturned face 
towards the future. Never stop the 
need to learn or to ask questions; allow 
yourself to do these things daily. For if 
you do, you will be prepared for the 
unexpected things or events that may 
develop in your future. My wish for 
you as you leave the comforts of Dela- 
ware Valley College is to believe in 
yourself because only then will your 
dreams become a reality. 

Sincerely, 

Christiene P. Chin 
Class of 2003 Semite 
Representative 



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Liiihtsaipc Coiitrncting & 
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Victoria A. Vaienti 

Equ'nw Business 

Matthew M. Valentine 
Ornamental Horticulture/ 
Environmental Desig^n 

Rachel L. Visintainer 
Ornamental Horticulture/ 
Environmental Design 

Carl A. Wagoner III 

Ornamental Horticulture/ 
Landscape Contracting & 
Management 

Jason J. Whinna 

Computer Information 
Systems Planning 

Keith D. Williams 
Turf Management 

Nicole D. Wisniewski 

Ornamental Horticulture/ 
Floriculture 

Lisa M. Wojciechowski 

Business Marketing 

lacqueline Wright 

Biolog]/ 

Jamie L. Yerger 

Agribusiness 

Erin S. Yoder 

Agribusiness 



Senior Portraits 175 



commencement 



Saturday, May 24, 2003 
10:30 a.m. 





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Commencement 179 



Thanks to everyone here at DVC who made 
my 4 years memorable. Sigma Alpha girls 
are the greatest. I love and will miss you all. 
To all the Ag Ed majors, good luck, and 
remember that the only person that can 
achieve your goals is yours. 
-Natalie Aurand 



The last four years would not have been as 
much fun without my cross- country 
friends- Nick, Marv, Marianne. B & B trips 
are always worth mentioning too. Erin, 
thanks for threee years of answering the 
phone and asking "Which one?" My 
sometimes extra roommates, Pam and 
Natalie, dorm life would not have been the 
same without you. -Thanks for the memo- 
ries! 

-Erin Baker 



Thanks Mom and Dad for all your love and 
support. My love to Ryan, Theresa, Linda 
Sue, Brandon, & Amanda- my loving family 
who is always there to listen to my crazv 
ideas. To Jim and Kendra for loving me and 
making me lo\ e the most important person, 
Jesus. Thanks to my friends who supported 
and carried me through this rocky road of 
hfe. To all the staff and faculty at DVC for 
all your support and becoming my family 
away from home. And a special thanks to 
Alicia for well, you know! Somehow, I know 
I will miss all of the stress and heartache 
that went along with this crazy publication! 
YOU CAN DO IT TOO! Mrs. D, Jim, and Bill 
thanks for pushing me to succeed. I will 
always remember the summers 1 spent here 
working for the Arboretum. There have 
been many choices for me to make... "Two 
roads diverged in a wood, and I- 1 took the 
one less traveled by. And that has made all 
the difference." 

-Marlena C. Balliett 



"Farewell my friends 
Farewell and hail 
I'm off to seek the Holy Grail 
Remember please when 1 am gone 
Twas aspiration led me on 
Tidily, widdly, tootleloo 
All I want is to stay with you 
But here I go. Goodbye" Day 
My friends and family, in body & spirit: 
your footsteps have left permanent imprints 
on my heart that guided me through this 
journey in life. You are priceless. Without 
you. ..thank you. Sigma Alpha: chance made 
us sisters, love made us friends. Thanks for 
the memories girls. I will miss you all 
something terrible! BH, BD, SM, NA, CS, 
DH, UH, EA, CB, and KB, you are all 
touchstones in my life. Thank you for 
sharing your wonderful friendship. 
-Katherlne Alexa Baran 



Always remember that the sky is the limit. 
Never make a decision unless your heart is 
in it. Thanks to all of those who made it fun! 
Always remember the good times when life 
gets rough. Keep pushing on through all of 
the fuss. Keep giving it all, even when you 
think it's enough. To all the RA's, faculty, 
staff, and students "good luck and 1 wish 
you the best." Keep playing on politics. 
-Matt Bergman 



Congrats and best of luck to everyone in the 
6 man; it's been fun, I'll miss you all. Beth, 
thanks for taking care of me all these years. 
You know I need it. Kristin, what is with the 
crumbs? ! still can't believe you went ice 
skating! Thanks for all the good times. To 
my favorite roomie, you have alwavs been 
there for me. you are the best! Remember, 
when life gets tough, watch Friends. 
-Sara Blackledge 



Thanks to ex'eryone who has made me into 
the person 1 am. 1 would not be where 1 am 
without every single one of you. 1 love vou. 
-Rene Bonde 



Not everything has been easy over the past 
four years, but there are people who have 
done everything in their power to support 
me. To my wonderful parents, thanks for 
everything. 1 love you so much. To Janai you 
are my best friend. To Keith, you are so very 
special to me in many ways. To my 
roommates, thank you for a fantastic last 
year! And to Tim, I love you and miss you. 
School may be over, but we will always have 
our memories. 

-Pam Brierlev 



Congratulations Class of 2003. Good luck in 
your future. Sara- thanks for being a cool 
roomie. Always remember our "Friends 
moments." Don't forget Copper and Roxy- 
the best beagles ever! Kristin-thanks for all 
the crumblies on the rug. Girls in the 6 man- 
to all the good times- thanks for everything! 
-Tammy Clapper 



"Don't be afraid of death, be afraid of the 
unlived life." A world of thanks to my 
family for their support and inspiration, 
especially Mom and Dad. To my sisters, 
"We may stand out but we never stand 
alone." Sigma Alpha forever. Kate, we made 
it; no more drama in our lives! Thanks to my 
little- Krystal, the Senneffs, my "brother," 
the boys, and everyone else. 
-Beth C. Hafer 



Mrs. Haws: All my appreciation and 
admiration. I could not have done it 
without you. To my "second family" at the 
Krauskopf library 1 love you and will miss 
you all. To my girls: Italy or Bust! Dance 
Part USA! We do fondue. I am the Queen of 
Candyland I can't hear you. ..What? 
Um... Yeah.. ."Super!" Oh my, fat Calves. 
Long live the Animal Science Society! only 
four years, but friend forever. Seriously 
though... 

-Cadence DeNoto 



1 would like to thank my parents for 
unconditionally being there for me through- 
out the years. Your love and support has 
made me the person 1 am. To all my friends, 
you are all the very best I could ask for. Four 
years ago, 1 could not have even imagined 
the lasting friendships I ha\'e made here. 
Good luck to all of vou in the future, may 
life bring you all nothing but happiness. 
-Janai Helik 



The years went by fast. Met some great 
people along the way. Sisters love ya all!!! 
To my peeps if you have my number, you 
know I'll still talk to you :) To my padres, I 
want to thank you so much for giving me 
this opportunity to go further in my 
education. Hyking, what can I say... I love 
you! 

-Svreeta Hurd 



Thanks to all my friends for a great vear. JT, 
SM, TK, MB, SK, KG, MC. All the memories 
that ha\'e been created will ne\er be 
forgotten. Team politics #L Thanks Mom, 
Dad, Scott, and Kacey for all your love and 
support. These past 4 years were some of 
the best times I have had. I will miss them 
and the people I shared them with. 
Goldman residents are the best! 
-Andy Johnson 

Thanks for all of the great experiences at 
DVC! I love U MIKE! Good luck to all 
undergrads and seniors in your future 
endeavors! Thank you to all of my past 
residents! 

-Dawn Kaufman 



As I look back on our past four years, I can 
not belie\'e that it is already over. The 
experiences I have gained and all the 
memories of the people 1 ha\ e met will last a 
lifetime. I thank each and e\ervone of you 
who have been there to help me along the 
way (thanks Marlena). "1 beliexe that friends 
are quiet angels who lift us to our feet when 
our wings have trouble remembering how to 
fly." Thank you for evervthing. I lo\e vou 
all! 

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To my t.imily, tli.ink you so nuali (espe- 
cially you Mom & Dad). You have been such 
a support to mo. Like a lighthouse that 
stands high, e\en in the worst of storms... A 
(amily that has been there for me through 
everything and has taught me so much like: 
"The greatest thing in life is to love and to 
be lo\ed in return." You can really tell that 
someone lo\es you when they see all your 
faults and then can love you even more. 
Thank you .so much for always loving me, 
despite all my faults. You truly are the best 
and I do not know where I would be 
without vou. 1 love voii guvs! 
-Tiffany Keller 



Best of luck to everyone. It's been one hell 
of a journey! Thank you Sara and Tammy 
for always listening, caring, and letting me 
sleep on your floor! Laura Cooper for being 
a friends and not bleeding to death after our 
labs when she managed to cut herself- 3 
seperate times. " the Commuters", you 
know who you are. To all the DVCET and 
Equine club members, may the horse be 
with you! Thanks to all my other friends 
who won't fit on here. 
-Kristin Lake 



A part of Dairy Society, Alpha Gamma Rho, 
DVC Dairy. Best Memories: Halloween 
Haunting, pink Roses, Field trips, Shurfine 
Cola, A-Day, Driving the "Rattle trap" and 
Puddle jumper". Thank you to Mom, Dad, 
sister, AGR brother, DVC Dairy, Seth Muck, 
and Josh Sanders. "Don't Give Up" "What 
goes around comes around." 
-Derek L. Long 



The sky is the Limit! Strive to be your best! 
Work hard, play harder, CHOOSE your 
destiny! 



-April Mafturak 



"Man cannot discover new oceans unless he 
has the courage to lose sight of the shore." 
Mom, Dad, and Em- thanks for your 
constant love and support these past four 
years. I couldn't have done it without you! 
To all my friends- you've made this journey 
worthwhile and oh so memorable, a time I 
will never forget... Know that you will all be 
in my heart, always. Thanks to all the staff 
and faculty for teaching me to strive harder 
and to test my limits. To Res Life for the 
awesome opportunity to serve as a RA- my 
life won't be the same without it! : ) 
Congratulations and Carpe Diem Class of 
2003! "For I am know the plans I have for 
you," declares the Lord, "plans to prosper 
you and not to harm you, plans to give you 
hope and a future." Jeremiah 29:11 
-Sara McMuUen 



Thanks to everyone who has made my 
journey here at DVC a huge success! I'll 
always remember the good times of lierk 
2nd floor and Elson Hall! Thanks to the 
supportive faculty and staff, especially Mrs. 
A. "Those who have the will to try will try." 
-Charlene I,. Mowrey 



Mom, Dad, and Krista \iiur unconditional 
love and support have brought me so far. 1 
lo\'e you! All my friends: we have made 
wonderful friendships and 1 will miss you 
all. Good luck in everything you do in life. 
"Don't cry because it's over, smile because it 
happened." 

-Taryn Romanczak 



1 want to thank my mother and father for 
the opportunity to attend college. You have 
both shaped me into the man 1 have become. 
Mr. Gilbert, thank you for making my 
experience at Del Val and Farm 3 a truly 
unique and enjoyable one! To all my Alpha 
Gamma Rho brothers thank you for 
everything! God, guns, and guts kept 
America free, let's keep all three. 
-Bill Rosanelli "Rosey" 



Good luck to the class of 2003. Tammy, Sara, 
and all my friends, I'll never forget you. 
Waff, Rose, Yergs, and Cadee, it has been 
incredible: always stay in touch. 
Sharon. ..you're a sister to me, there is not 
much more I can say. To my family, without 
your support and encouragement none of 
this would have been possible. Thnak you 
Serge.. .It will take a lifetime to explain how 1 
cherish you. Gracias por tu amor y apoyo. 
Te amare siempre. 

-Dana Lynn Seibel 



Mom, Dad, Jeremiah, thank you for 
everything you did for me in the past four 
years. 1 would not be where I am today 
without you! Jamie and Michele thanks for 
always being here for me. 1 have made some 
true friends. Thanks for making this year so 
enjoyable and for the trips and late night 
talks. Thank you so much Hobel; 1 am 
always thinking about you. Thanks for 
everything 1 will miss all of you! Thank you! 
-Darlene Soga 



To all the students, faculty, and staff who 
helped my reach my goals, may the garden 
of your lives be filled with sunflowers, love- 
in- a- mist, four-leafed clovers, friendships 
plants, and especially forget-me-nots! 
Thank you all so much . 

-Leirion Sorensen 



Well, it's been a long 4 years! The memories 
each of you has given me are been incred- 
ible. Andy, Sara, Tiff, Harry, Steve, all I can 
say is thank you. To my parents, your love 
to me has helped me move to the person 1 
am today. Amy, thank you for being you 
and showing me how to trust. 1 leave by 
ending with a quote, "Holla, put the floppy 
disk in OK, party on class of 2003!" 
-Jeff Thomas 



Though times are changing, the memories 
I've made with friends (Jenny, Laurie, 
Wade, Dawn, Jenel, Chris, Tim) will never 
change. Thank you financial aid friends and 
Wilson for standing by me. I'll never forget 
the smelly times with mv roommate. I love 
you girl. A very special thanks to DVC for 
giving me the opportunity to meet my 
future husband Keith Gruber. 1 love you. 
-Sylvia Thornton 



I want to thank e\eryone that helped me 
make it through four years at Del Val. I had 
a BLAST! I wish all my Equine friends the 
best of luck! To everyone still at Del Val 
have fun, DO IT RIGHT! Sabina, thanks for 
pushing me to have fun, it would not have 
been the same without you! ENJOY LIFE! 
-Vicci Valenfi 



Thanks Mom, Dad, Barbara, Jay, Monica and 
Jason! Without all of your support, love and 
help, I never would have made it this far. 
Special thanks to Nanny for always 
believing in me; you will always be in my 
heart! Also, thanks to my best friends! I will 
always remember Mabel on the table, Harrv 
and NRH 107, Rox being nasty. Thanks OSL 
for everything! MY BEST TO ALL ! AND 1 
AM FINALLY OUT OF HERE! 
-John Whitehead 



Thank you Mom c& Dad for all your love and 
support. To my best friend Tracy - WE DID 
IT! To my friends and roommates- You're 
the BEST! Good luck to all of you. 
-Lisa Wojciechowski 



Ulman- The Beginning: Lee, Zephy, Gimpy, 
Britney, Jaake! Rose's Hawaiian Holiday, 
killjoy, Greece & Italy, catwalk, Buffy, 
Balloon-Room "I know" NAMA, Denver, 
Nashville, SanDiego "Dirrty" shopping, 
RealWorld, Homecomings, ADAY, Cheese 
Waffles Dippy, late night talks. The 
Lawnmower, Virginia, Jersey, 3# Cheese, 
Flower. Thanks 4 the good, the bad, & the 
ugly times :) RONNIE, Cadence, 
YERGERBABY, ROSE, WAFFIE, SHARON, 
DANA. NewRes- The End. WE MADE IT 
GIRLS! Today I am too noble 4 anger & too 
strong 4 defeat. 

-Jamie Yerger 



There are two people in my life who I would 
like to thank, they are my mother and 
father. Thank you for always being there for 
me and for always believing in me. Without 
you, I would be nothing. To my three 
wonderful brothers, thank you for making 
me laugh and for being good listeners. I love 
you all forever. To my best friend Lisa, I 
could have never done this without you. To 
my roommates thanks for an incredible 
senior year! Thanks Del Val! 
-Anonymous 



Memiors 181 





First Name 


Last Name 


Address 


Home City 


Home State 


Home Zip 




Pamela 


Abraham 


2103 Rickert Road 


Perkasie 


PA 


18944 




Angelia 


Angstadt 


7052 Bellgate Rd. 


Coopersburg 


PA 


18036 




Jeremy 


Appenzeller 


432 Higman Mill Road 


Sudlersville 


MD 


21668 




Natalie 


Aurand 


434 Sand Ridge Road 


Lewistown 


PA 


17044 




Tracy 


Ayres 


301 Dorset Avenue 


Croydon 


PA 


19201 




Amy 


Bach 


216 Ferris Lane 


Doylestown 


PA 


18901 




Denise 


Bailey 


3339 Trevose A\'enue 


Trevose 


PA 


19053 




Erin 


Baker 


117 Crossroads Road 


Washington 


PA 


15301 




Marlena 


Balliett 


749 Fritztown Road 


Sinking Spring 


PA 


19608 




Katherine 


Baran 


1681 Daws Road 


Blue Bell 


PA 


19422 




Amanda 


Barry 


114 Hoagland A\enue 


Rockaway 


NJ 


07866 




Jaime 


Beauchamp 


253 Rolling Hills Road Apt 1 


Pipersville 


PA 


18947 




Fli-7;:il-lt»fh 


Bell 
Berg 


1 ^-t DnraHn Drixp 


Delran 


NJ 
NJ 


08075 




CIlZaUcLIl 

Susan 


1015 North Maple Avenue 


Maple Shade 


08052 




Matthew 


Bergman 


340 Longmeadow Road 


Lancaster 


PA 


17601 




Bradley 


Birak 


1023 Easton Rd.yP. O. 524 


Riegelsville 


PA 


18077 




Laurie 


Bish 


88 Reynolds Road 


East Berlin 


PA 


17316 




Wesley 


Bishop 


321 Catch Basin Road 


Sellersville 


PA 


18960 




Sara 


Blackledge 


457 South 9th Street 


North Wales 


PA 


19454 




Lorene 


Bonde 


5501 Buffalo Road 


Mount Airy 


MD 


21771 




Michelle 


Bowen 


2951 Denbeigh Drive 


Hatfield 


PA 


19440 




Edward 


Brandt 


235 Lenape Trail 


AUentown 


PA 


18104 




Harry 


Brauer 


219 Longview Road 


Perkasie 


PA 


18944 




Pamela 


Brierley 


10228 Ckibhouse Court 


Ellicott City 


MD 


21042 




Janelle 


Brofman 


10902 Modena Drive 


Philadelphia 


PA 


19154 




Brent 


Bromiley 


5462 Wismer Road 


Pipersville 


PA 


18947 




W. Edward 


Buckman 


756 Center School Road 


Perkasie 


PA 


18944 




Kevin 


Bullard 


102 Howard Way 


Pennington 


NJ 


08534 




John 


Bushey 


412 Behringer Avenue 


Milton 


DE 


19968 




Michael 


Buttich 


139 Elizabeth A\'enue 


Hamilton 


NJ 


08610 




June 


Buzzard 


925 Liberty Lane 


Warrington 


PA 


18976 




Jennifer 


Caligiuri 


1014 Sarah Drive 


Landenberg 


PA 


19350 




William 


Callahan 


P.O. Box 25 


Cordova 


MD 


21625 




Melissa 


Carboni 


P.O. Box 1415 


Olivebridge 


NY 


12461 




Jessica 


Carnivale 


117 Juniper Street 


Burlington 


NJ 


08016 




Stephen 


Cashman 


355 Doyle St. 


Dovlestown 


PA 


18901 




Christopher 


Check 


1764 Peachtree Circle 


Whitehall 


PA 


18052 




Brian 


Christy 


4325 Marple Street 


Philadelphia 


PA 


19136 




Tammy 


Clapper 


1433 Linden Lane 


West Chester 


PA 


19380 




Timothy 


Coleman 


1300 Red Oak Drive 


Chalfont 


PA 


18914 




Timothy 


Comiors 


7170 Montague 


Philadelphia 


PA 


19135 




Richard 


Coppola 


2011 Bentz Road 


Wall 


NJ 


07719 




Tara 


Corkery 


12 West Oleander Drive 


Mount Laurel 


NJ 


08054 




Lawrence 


Costigan 


547 Willow Brook Rd. 


Northampton 


PA 


18067 




Deanna 


Coyne 


414 Grand Blvd. 


Warrington 


PA 


18976 




Kristine 


Crotts 


3153 Stirling Street 


Philadelphia 


PA 


19149 




William 


Crowley 


12205 Aster Road 


Philadelphia 


PA 


19154 




Jennefer 


Crvaric 


160 New Milford Avenue 


Dumont 


NJ 


07628 




Chet 


Curtin 


2430 Edgely Ave 


Levittown 


PA 


19057 




Randall 


Cuthbert 


3806 Miriam Dr 


Dovlestown 


PA 


18901 




Jessica 


Dacey 


3 Heather Drixe 


Howell 


NJ 


07731 




Rosaline 


Danzman 


PO Box 565 


Warrington 


PA 


18976 




Simon 


Darley 


1714 Cottman Avenue 


Philadelphia 


PA 


19111 




Shannon 


Daub 


13 Jenkins Avenue 


Lansdale 


PA 


19446 




Bryan 


Decembrino 


108 North Lane 


Chalfont 


PA 


18914 




Stephen 


DePrank 


308 Third Street 


Ri\'erton 


NJ 


08077 




Cadence 


DeNoto 


21 Benner Dr. 


Turnersville 


NJ 


08012 




Tiffany 


Detweiler 


3385 Gail Circle 


Doylestown 


PA 


18901 




Gina 


Devlin 


26 Highland Drive 


Telford 


PA 


18969 




R. Kenneth 


Dixon 


55 Lambert Street 


Hatfield 


PA 


19440 




Mardia 


Doe 


6525 Cherokee Street 


Philadelphia 


PA 


19119 




Samantha 


Doman 


2177 East Letterly Street 


Philadelphia 


PA 


19125 


182 Seniors 















First Name 


Last Name 


Address 




William 


Domenico 


VO Box 244 


Alison 


Endl 


Aspen Way Apt #7-15 


Joseph 


Fatigate 


358 Lewis Avenue 


Ryan 


Fealy 


824 Welcome House Road 


Lisa 


Ferranti 


420 Spiece Road 


Robert 


Fieger 


734 Washington Street 


Jack 


Flinchhaiigh 


P.O. Box 412 


Kathryn 


Fhnn 


P. O. Box 355 




Nicholas 


Fretz 


4 Ruhl Drive 




Nicholas 


Fritz 


210 Suffolk Road 




Brian 


Gallagher 


952 Buttonwood Street 




Emily 


Garofalo 


1309 10th Ave. 




Dae 


Gawronski 


90 S. Clinton Street 


Valerie 


Gentile 


919 Blooming Glen Road 


Linda 


Gerhart 


127 Norfolk Court 


Paul 


Gieselman 


5728 Avalon Woods Dr. 


Alfred 


Glackin 


4520 Strahle Street 


Nicole 


Goger 


617 Fox Farm Road 


Kevin 


Goodman 


6915 Sylvester Street 


Jenel 


Goodwin 


1 Devi Drive 


Kristin 


Graeve 


P.O. Box 22 


Pamela 


Gromball 


303 Hickory Avenue 


Sarah 


Grove 


1425 Buffalo Run Road 


Richard 


Had don 


161 Upland Avenue 


Beth 


Hafer 


PO Box 9 


Andrew 


Hannah 


206 Fulton St. 


Janai 


Helik 


P.O. Box 9891 


Matthew 


Henshall 


151 Cummings Court 


Michael 


Hesington 


6 Leslie Place 


Charmaine 


Hileman 


1624 Town Gate Place 


Matthew 


Hillsdon 


22 Millbrook Road 


Scott 


Hintz 


221 Baird Court 


Marci 


Huff 


668 Barclay Avenue 


Syreeta 


Hurd 


507 Union Avenue 


Andrew 


Johnson 


450 Maple Ave 


Dawn 


Kaufman 


1530 El wood Road 


Tiffany 


Keller 


103 Pleasant Lane 


Brent 


Kerschner 


5902 Kerschner Road 


Fady 


Khalil 


2238 Lisa Drive 


Jenna 


Kilker 


190 Canterbury Ave. 


Jill 


Kingston 


1106 Barbara's Court 


April 


Knehr 


2058 Maple Ave Apt # G2-11 


Peter 


Knorr 


1030 Borbeck Avenue 


Kyle 


Knouse 


108 Fohl Street P.O. Box 388 


Joseph 


Knox 


42 Unami Trail 


Alicia 


Kominsky 


41 Union Street 


Joanna 


Konstantinidis 


1001 Winding River Lane 


Kimberly 


Kulick 


P.O. Box 1055 


Kristin 


Lake 


204 Louise Avenue 


Joseph 


Lang 


4 Debbie Place 


Gregory 


Lange 


246 Watchung Ax'enue 


Jacob 


Lantzsch 


RR 3 Box 3556 


Amanda 


Larnerd 


45961 Bates Road 


Robert 


Lawless 


50 Titus Mill Road 


Alicia 


Leonetti 


233 Ireland Terrace 


Harold 


Lewis 


6226 Lindbergh Blvd. 


Kathleen 


Limburg 


43 Lynwood Drive 


Bryan 


Lockwood 


108 10th Avenue 


Donald 


Loose 


48 Downey Dr. 


Melissa 


Lowman-Bolash 


. 4512 Old Lincoln Hwy 


Karyn 


Lynch 


103 Stafford Drive 





Home City 


Home State 


Home Zip 


Perrineville 


NJ 


08535 


Doylestown 


PA 


18901 


Yorktown 1 ieight: 


, NY 


10598 


Perkasie 


PA 


18944 


Pottstown 


PA 


19465 


Red Hill 


PA 


18076 


Cranberry 


PA 


16319 


Pipersville 


PA 


18947 


Perkasie 


PA 


18944 


Fairless Hills 


PA 


19030 


Emmaus 


PA 


18049 


Toms River 


NJ 


08757 


Doylestown 


PA 


18901 


Perkasie 


PA 


18944 


Souderton 


PA 


18964 


Virginia Beach 


VA 


23464 


Philadelphia 


PA 


19136 


Asbury 


NJ 


08802 


Philadelphia 


PA 


19149 


Columbus 


NJ 


08022 


Revere 


PA 


18953 


Feasterville 


PA 


19053 


Bellefonte 


PA 


16823 


Horsham 


PA 


19044 


Jamison 


PA 


18929 


Riverton 


NJ 


08077 


Trenton 


NJ 


08650 


Sewell 


NJ 


08080 


Newtown 


PA 


18940 


Charleston 


SC 


29414 


Blairstown 


NJ 


07825 


Woodbury 


NY 


11797 


Morrisville 


PA 


19067 


Union Beach 


NJ 


07735 


Doylestown 


PA 


18901 


Hammonton 


NJ 


08037 


Milford 


PA 


18337 


New Tripoli 


PA 


18066 


Warrington 


PA 


18976 


Langhorne 


PA 


19047 


North Wales 


PA 


19454 


Hatfield 


PA 


19440 


Philadelphia 


PA 


19111 


Arendtsville 


PA 


17303 


Chalfont 


PA 


18914 


Morrisville 


PA 


19067 


Phoenixville 


PA 


19460 


Quakertown 


PA 


18951 


Croydon 


PA 


19021 


Erial 


NJ 


08081 


North Plainfield 


NJ 


07060 


Honesdale 


PA 


18431 


Great Mills 


MD 


20634 


Pennington 


NJ 


08534 


Williamstown 


NJ 


08094 


Philadelphia 


PA 


19142 


Chalfont 


PA 


18914 


Spring Lake 


NJ 


07762 


Horsham 


PA 


19044 


Feasterville 


PA 


19053 


Blue Bell 


PA 


19422 



Senior Addresses 183 



First Name Last Name Address 

Shanna Mackin Box 434 

April Mafturak 7362 Joseph Lewis Road 

Jennifer Malaby 16 Harbour Avenue 

Pamela Martin P.O. Box 117 

Carlman Maurer, Jr. 202 Lippincott Avenue 

Gerald McDermott 239 E. Mt. Kirk Avenue 

Steven McDonald 206 Highland Road 

Sara McMullen 188 Pittsburg Valley Road 

Jean McMullin 529 East Clarkson Avenue 

Alexander Meller 136 Middle Road Apt. D-2 

John Meller 136 Middle Road Apt. D-2 

Luke MiUer RR 3, Box 105E 

Colleen Milligan PO Box 227 

Derek Milligan 700 E. Butler Ave. Box 6341 

Kevin Miraski 10902 Modena Drive 

Omar Mojica 185 Surmyfield Drive 

David Molettiere 3263 Parkview Dr. 

Laura Moore 1209 Upton Circle 

Jonathan Morales 87 Bergen Street Apt 4B 

Charlene Mowrey Rd 1 Box 137 

Gerald Moyer 1720 Tabor Road 

Sharon Murray 247 Cassatt Road 

Mehssa Nelson 5501 Avon-Lima Road 

Eileen Nicastro 7 Dartmouth Dri\e 

Christina Nowicki 219 Giegel Hill Road P.O. Box 238 

Jacqueline O'Connor 126 Middle Rd Apt E-7 

Katie O'Donnell 84 Roberts Road 

Stacey Olsen 420 West Court Street 

Rosalynd Orr 101 Oak Drive 

Matthew Ott 811 6th Ave 

Jennifer Falser 301 South 8th Street 

Frank Panzullo 250 Horseshoe Road 

Rosemary Paylor 1136 Roosevelt Drive 

Kassia Pendrak 1571 Clay Avenue 

Cody Peranich RR #1 Box 3271 

Andrew Perez 176 Lockwood A\e 

Christiene Perez-Chin 23 Van Arsdale Circle 

Christian Pill 3 Rimmele Rd. 

Wade Rathfon RDl Box 287A 

John Rawluk P.O.Box 3 

Erin Redding 1771 Blakewood Drive 

Karen Reed RR #3 Box 176DF 

AUison Ricci 1283 Main Street 

Jamie Riggs 2148 Fort Bevon Road 

Betsy Roberge 21 South West Street 

Linward Robinson 6131 Morton St. 

Taryn Romanczak 70 Gwinnup Road 

William Rosanelli 44 Deckertown Turnpike 

Emil Rostello 110 Avondale A\'enue 

Emily Ruehl 3491 Church School Road 

Ryan Rutter 447 Pheasant Lane 

Elizabeth Ryan 57 Amy Todt Dr. 

Elizabeth Sander 50 Treaty Road 

Erin Sander 53 Honevsuckle Lane 

Joshua Sanders 3999 Baltimore Pike 

Marisa Santora 4 Woodhollow Drive 

Corey Scales 53 Buttersworth Boggs Road 

Jared Scheirer 1018 Holly Drive 

Ronald Schmidt 209 Victoria Drive 

Catherine Schoenherr 176 East Butler Avenue 

James Schrader 67 Cobalt Ridge Dr. East 



Home City 


Home State Home 


Zip 


Worcester 


PA 


19490 


Hayes 


VA 


23072 


West Warivick 


RI 


02893 


Pipersville 


PA 


18947 


Riverside 


NJ 


08075 


Norristown 


PA 


19403 


Pottstov\'n 


PA 


19464 


Conestoga 


PA 


17516 


Philadelphia 


PA 


19120 


Dublin 


PA 


18917 


Dublin 


PA 


18917 


Volant 


PA 


16156 




Albrightsville 


PA 


18210 




Dovl^stown 


PA 


18901 


Philadelphia 


PA 


19154 


Windsor 


CT 


06095 


Whitehall 


PA 


18052 


West Chester 


PA 


19380 


Brooklyn 


NY 


11201 


Reynoldsville 


PA 


15851 


Sellersville 


PA 


18960 


Berwyn 


PA 


19312 


Avon 


NY 


14414 


Doylestown 


PA 


18901 


Erwinna 


PA 


18920 


Dublin 


PA 


18917 


Newtown Square 


PA 


19073 


Doylestown 


PA 


18901 


Lansdale 


PA 


19446 


Croydon 


PA 


19021 




North Wales 


PA 


19454 




Norristown 


PA 


19403 


Upper Darby 


PA 


19082 


Quakertown 


PA 


18951 


Brackney 


PA 


18812 


Woodbridge 


NJ 


07095 


Perrineville 


NJ 


08535 


Glen Gardner 


NJ 


08826 


Milton 


PA 


17847 


South Plymouth 


NY 


13844 


Chambersburg 


PA 


17201 


Derry 


PA 


15627 


Port Norris 


NJ 


08349 


Harleysville 


PA 


19438 


Doylestown 


PA 


18901 


Philadelphia 


PA 


19144 


Blairstown 


NJ 


07825 


Montague 


NJ 


07827 


Haddonfield 


NJ 


08033 


Doylestown 


PA 


18901 




Fairless Hills 


PA 


19030 




Monroe 


NY 


10950 




Drexel Hill 


PA 


19026 




Andreas 


PA 


18211 




Littlestown 


PA 


17340 




Manalapan 


NJ 


07726 




Tabernacle 


NJ 


08088 


Berwick 


PA 


18605 


Montgomery\'ille 


PA 


18936 


New Britain 


PA 


18901 


Le\'ittown 


PA 


19057 





184 Seniors 



First Name 


Last Name 


Address 






Home City 


Home State 


Home Zip 


Amy-Jo 


Schultz 


1 1 Nanlyn Avenue Sellersville 


PA 


18960 


Amy 


Schwartz 


6004 Planters Drive Pipersville 


PA 


18947 


Ryan 


Scott 


181 Carlton Avenue 


Marlton 


NJ 


08053 


Dana 


Seibel 


101 Wilson Avenue 




Parlin 


NJ 


08859 


Sabrina 


Shawlis 


2302 Derby Drive 




Cinnaminson 


NJ 


08077 


Christopher 


Smith 


2200 Chestnut Lane 




Cinnaminson 


NJ 


08077 


Dale 


Smith 


1700 Street Road P-11 




Warrington 


PA 


18976 


Amber 


Smolinsky 


1204 Jarvis Lane 




Lansdale 


PA 


19446 


Jaclyn 


Snelling 


3 Hunt Road 






Bordentown 


NJ 


08505 


Darlene 


Soga 


215 Adam Road 






Kutztown 


PA 


19530 


Leirion 


Sorensen 


59 Pro\'idence Avenue 






Doylestown 


PA 


18901 


Emily 


Spies 


850 Bridgetown Road 






Henderson 


MD 


21640 


Catherine 
Leigh 


Stetto 
Stiffler 


1063 Valley Road 


Warminster 


PA 
NJ 


18974 
07718 


566 Greene Avenue oeiiuru 


Diana 


Strawn 


307 N. 3rd St. Perkasie 


PA 


18944 


George 


Strucko 


121 Jonathan Drive Easton 


PA 


18045 


Matthew 


Tamburrino 


1119 Buttonwood Drive Cherry Hill 


NJ 


08003 


Jeffrey 


Thomas 


1413 Crestway Court Fallston 


MD 


21047 


Sylvia 


Thornton 


RR 1, Box 103 Falls 


PA 


18615 


Wayne 


Transue 


3335 Fieldstone Drive Doylestown 


PA 


18901 


Emily 


Traylor 


585 Paul Revere Road King Of Prussia 


PA 


19406 


Marcia 


Tuerk 


1809 Hickory Way Hatfield 


PA 


19440 


Victoria 


Valenti 


140 Forge Mountain Drive Valley Forge 


PA 


19481 


Matthew- 


Valentine 


5 Shirley Road Narberth 


PA 


19072 


Rachel 


Visintainer 


25 Oak St Drums 


PA 


18222 


James 


Ward 


205 Mohegan Street New Britain 


PA 


18901 


Julie 


Warshefski 


171 Van Dyke Road Hopewell 


NJ 


08525 


Chad 


Watters 


70 Old Dublin Pike Apt. 1-8 Doylestown 


PA 


18901 


Jason 


Whinna 


3531 Shelmire Avenue Philadelphia 


PA 


19136 


John 


Whitehead 


700 East Butler Ave DVC Box 6717 Doylestown 


PA 


18901 


Clarence 


Williams 


New Tampa Station P.O. Box 48292 Tampa 


FL 


33647 


Keith 


Williams 


2659 Gallows Hill Road Kinhiersville 


PA 


18930 


Aimee 


Wilson 


107 Briarwood Drive Apt. A-4 Horsham 


PA 


19044 


Melanie 


Wintergrass 


31 Thinbark Lane Levittown 


PA 


19054 


Nicole 


Wisniewski 


178 Elephant Rd Apt B-14 Dublin 


PA 


18917 


Lisa 


Wojciechowski 


916 Mauri Avenue Croydon 


PA 


19021 


Paula 


Wolfarth 


10 Willis Drive Trenton 


NJ 


08628 


T.Jeremy 


Worthington 


708 Warwick Road Fairless Hills 


PA 


19030 


Jacqueline 


Wright 


P.O. Box 1 Doylestown 


PA 


18901 


Lisa 


Wright 


107 Ridge Run Rd. Sellersville 


PA 


18960 


Kirsten 


Wurzburg 


303 Hazel Avenue Delanco 


NJ 


08075 


Danielle 


Wyrock 


1570 West Bensalem Avenue Bensalem 


PA 


19020 


Jamie 


Yerger 


3552 Oak Ridge Road Culpeper 


VA 


22701 


Erin 


Yoder 


4600 Fairview Avenue Newtown Square 


PA 


19073 


Cassie 


Zliceski 


72 Oak Drive Doylestown 


PA 


18901 


Marta 


Zwierzynski 


1443 Coventry Dr Hatfield 


PA 


19440 


Frank 


Zydel 


59 Hollow Brook Rd. 






Califon 


NJ 


07830 



Senior Addresses 185 



supportive. 




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Each year, the Cornucopia staff invites senior parents to put their own 
personal touch into our publication. The staff would like to thank all the 
parents who lent their support to this book and offer our congratulations to 
the senior class. 




AbozK': Chatting.... 

Jeff Tfiomas and Harry Schussler chat 
and play cards with Randi Kuhn and 
Mike Bergels. 

Right: Fun times.... 

At a senior social Marlena BaUiett and 
Kate Baran talk about their future plans. 




186 Ads & Congrats 




It is certainly true that you have the best 
time of your life in college. What could 
be better than going to parties weekly, 
li\'ing with your friends, and only 
attending about 15 hours of classes? 



Divider 187 



In memory of 
Dottie Chizek and Douglas Kane 





''When these stars die, after the ageless darkness, more stars 
will come. Under them our future selves will be. When their stars 
die, yet more stars will come. This is unending, for the darkness it- 
self is eternal, and while there is darkness, there will always be the 
possibility of stars.'' 

~A. Wohsedis 



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The Goodman Family 
To Kevin Goodman 

We are so proud of your accomplishment. May all your life endeavors 
take you all the way to success and happiness. We all love you very much. 
"Our Mench" Always follow your dreams. 

Love Mom, Pop Pop, Nanny, George, 

Aunt Ilene, Uncle Tony, Cousin Tony Jr., 
Cousin Dominic, Cousin Henrietta. 










Dear Nicole, 

We are really proud of you and all that you have 
accomplished. 

It's hard to believe that time flew from kindergarten 
to college graduation. You have always set your sights 
on a star and we watched as it glowed brighter and 
brighter for you. Then before you know it you reach 
up and grab it. 

When you entered Delaware Valley College, we 
wondered how the next four years would be for you. 
Well, to our suprise, you made friends and school 
became your home away from home. You have made 
two dear friends that we know mean a lot to you 
forever because they have been there when Dad and I 
could not be. To think we cried when you left the nest 
and look 3 1/2 years later you're graduating, reaching 
for your next star. 

Your next venture into law school is a star that 
appears a little dim but will brighten up as all things 
fall into place. Never give up on your dreams, always 
reach for the stars, they are always there for you and 
brightly shining. 

Congratulations and best wishes. With all our love 
forever and always. Mom & Dad 





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Derek, 

You have achieved far 
more than we ever 
dreamed you would. 
Keep aiming high and 
you will always do 
well. We are all so 
PROUD of you! 

Mom, Dad, 
& Stefanie 



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192 Ad's & Congrats 



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fuiure as uou continue fo wor/e on uour 
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much success and happiness in 
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We are so very proud of you. 
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Always follow your hearts dream. 
Enjoy life; you worked hard. 



We're very proud 
of you. 



Much love, 
Mom & Dad 




JS^M 




Taryn, 

"Yesterday is already a 
dream, and tomorrow is only 
a vision; but today well-loved 
makes every yesterday a 
dream of happiness and every 
tomorrow a vision of hope." 

The Sanskrit 

Congratulations, best wishes, 
& lots of love. 

~Mom & Dad 



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now i/ou are araJuatina from coj/eae, J r/ncess. ^o as uou close 
this door tie/iind uou and treasure the memories you haue made 
at 'I)TJC, remember ijou haue a c^reat future a/iead of you and 
the 6est is t/et to come. 




JiJe admire ^ou for uour maturittj and independence^ which 
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Dear Scott, 

You have grown up to be a 
truly fine man, respected and 
admired by all who cross your 
path. Determination, ambition, 
and self "discipline are only a 
few of the qualities which de- 
fine your outstanding character. 
Continue to pursue your goals 
and maintain your set of values. 
May you enjoy a successful 
career and a long, healthy life 
fiEed with joy and the blessings 
you so richly deserve. 
Love, 
Your Family 





' April \Mnne JKafiuraJi oStained Ler 
jSacnelor of Jjzoiecnnoioou ano Conseroahon 
Degree wiin a minor in Jjusiness from 
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in t/iefa/l 2003. 

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successful. J wis/i t/ou /ieaIi/2 and 

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April Anne Mafturak 







Ads & Congrats 




Jeff, 

We are so proud of you 
and all your accomplish- 
ments. From the day you 
were born you have made 
us the happiest parents. 
We wish you much love 
and success in all your 
future endeavors. God 
bless you. 

Love, 
Dad, Mom, 
Brian, and Kim 




Family Ads 199 



Faculty, Staff, and Group Photos are not indexed 




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Erin Adams 117 
Raymond Adams 164 
Mike Albano 143 
Christ}' Anderson 75 
Lawrence Anthes 79 
Albert Antoine 136 
Jeremy Appenzeller 160, 164 
Caroline Arbelaez 164 
Elizabeth Arbelo 78 
Robert Arcidiacono 137 
Julianne Arnold 150 
Natalie Aurand 164 
Tracy Ayres 3, 157, 162, 164 
Michael Azzarello 13, 132, 138 



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Robert Baiada 82, 85, 96, 97, 134, 

137, 156 

Melissa Bailey 164 

Erin Baker 55, 97, 164 

Joie Ballentine 143 

Marlena Balliett 6, 25, 76, 107, 153, 

158, 164 



200 Closing 



Katherine Baran 25, 58, 95, 105, 164, 

160, 161 

Amanda Barr}' 164 

Tan,-n Bartholomew 92, 95, 111, 125, 134 

Patrick Taylor Beacham 157 

Anthony Beard 75 

Ashley Beckwith 80, 81 

Elizabeth Bell 58, 105, 164 

Matthew Bergman 123, 156, 164 

Danisha Berry 75 

Nicole Beyerle 28, 164 

Laurie Bish 164 

Wesley Bishop 164 

Daniel Bisti Tl , 131 

Sara Blackledge 74, 75, 80, 81, 89, 116, 164 

Brad Bobenrieth 116, 149 

Amanda Bohler 84 

Lorene Bonde 173 

Ezekiel Boren 49 

Amy Boros 96, 99 

Da\id Bowker 159 

Jessica Bray 84 

Pamela Brierley 165 

Nicole Brimmer 75 

Ella Buckalew 141 

W. Buckman 165 

Kevin Bullard 165 

Scott Burcik 36 

Stephen Byzek 74, 89, 105 



lennifer Caliguri 165 

Michael Calkins 97, 116, 126 

William Callahan 165 

Leigh CampbeU 146, 147 

Mary CampbeU 142 

Melissa Carboni 165 

David Carmon 34, 35 

luliette Carroll 101 

Ke\in Cegielski 117 

Christopher Check 57, 74, 165 

Leticia Cipparone 89 

Tammy Clapper 74, 75, 80, 81, 88, 116, 166 

Elsburgh Clarke 56, 77, 87, 117, 158 

Nicole Cochran 80, 146, 147 

Timothv Coleman 166 

Christopher Combs 142 

Randy Cominski 36 

Jennifer Cook 150, 151 

ShawTi Cooper 51, 57 

Tara Corker\' 84, 166 




Kristin Cottman 33 
Jennifer Coupe 96 
Cvvendolvn C\Hirtrii;ht "-'Z 
Timothy Craven 97, 166 
Stepiianie Craw 151 
Sh.iw n Cressman 79 
Danielle Crispin 116 
Sara Crosier 149 
Kristine Crotts 166 
Jenna Cuccaro 124 
lennifer C/ar 121 



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Aarron Dancy 166 
Nicole D' Andrea 132, 144 
Michael D'Angelo 148 
Simon Darley 166 
Shannon Daub 166 
Bradley Davis 125 
Michael Dawson 156 
Kate Decker 39 
Kristin D'Elia 143 





Anthony Dellechiaie 156 
Cadence Denoto 74, 75, 167 
Alisa DiBonaventura 167 
Matthew DiCicco 154 
SheriLyn Distasi 131 
Benjamin Donnon 105, 149 
Timothey Donovan 36, 148 
Brian Dusault 167 
Agnes Duszak 131 
Kelli Dwyer 28, 29 



Amy Eckert 90 
Alicia Elwell 132 
Heather Emerson 97 
Andrew-Lee Erby 35 
Aaron Evans 92, 97, 127, 134 
Lindsay Eversole 84 



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Patricia Fanella 74, 76 

Christopher Farese 142 

Meredith Farrow 115 

Frank Fasanella 13, 99, 118, 132, 157 

Joseph Fatigate 167 

Christopher Faust 26, 117, 133, 148, 157 

Ryan Fealy 3, 167 

Nicholas Fehrle 142 

Emily Ferguson 78 

Jermey Fidler 49 

Robert Finkel 117, 133, 148 

Jack FlinchBaugh 167 

Kathryn Flynn 167 

Cadance Focht 147 

Nelson Fonseca 130 

Melissa Foxall 150 

Nicolas Fretz 167 

Jennifer Frey 80, 89 

Matthew Friebel 131 

Nicholas Fritz 31, 54, 161, 167 



Index 201 



Faculty, Staff, and Group Photos are not indexed 




Trevor Garbovv 141 

Andrew Gardner 31, 55 

Elizabeth Gamer 41 

Emily Garofalo 143, 158, 167 

Daruel Garrett 148 

Kelly Geissler 123 

Katherine Glaab 126, 135 

Alfred Glackin 34, 159, 167 

Bridget Golden 45 

Stephen Gonzalez 167 

Kevin Goodman 167 

Jenel Goodwin 85, 168 

GabrieUe Gordon 19, 101, 107, 

134, 138, 159, 

Michael Grady 23 

Shelby Grant 74, 101 

Nicole Gravinese 27,29 

Charles Greco 168 

David Griffith 16, 89, 92, 99, 101, 

133, 155 



Pamela Gromball 80, 81, lb8 

Sarah Grove 168 

Alicia Grvsko 115, 129, 133, 157 



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Daniel Haddon 168 

Beth Hafer 17, 95, 105, 148, 160, 161, 168 

Emily Hane 38, 143, 144 

Andrew Hannah 30, 168 

Michael Hartnan 36 

Elissa Hansen 115 

Mark Hargrove 120 

Paul Harkins 24, 99 

Richard Harrison 155 

Jaclyn Hartzell 44 

Janai Helik 168 

Robert Helle 159 

Matthew Henshall 168 

Emily Hester 95, 103, 129 

Jessica Hester 82 



Francis Higgins 159 
Scott Hintz 168 
Tara Hochstein 84 
Carrie Hoffman 74 
Eric Hoggard 74 
Sheri Holden 159 
Marsha Hoopes 95 
Stephen Horst 144 
Deric Horrin 118, 133 
Walter Horton 156 
Nicole Hor\'ath 111 
Matthew Hubbard 83 
Svreeta Hurd 147, 168 



Laura Isaacs 101, 146, 147 



202 Closing 







Sarah Jacobs 28, 99, 117, 146, 147, 149 

Matthew Janowski 148 

F. Carter Jarrell 23 

Andrew Johnson 77, 78, 123, 170 

Willow Johnson 137 

Laura Jones 156 

Lauren Jones 74, 77, 79, 80, 81, 88, 115, 

118, 133, 144 

Shanna Jones 84 

Tiffany Jones 86, 131 

Bethanv Justice 74, 79, 113 



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Rebecca Kakos 101, 135, 146, 147 
Samantha Kalisher 107, 131 
Dawn Kaufman 121, 168 
Kenneth Keiffer 116 





Kimberlv Kemiedy 89 
William Kennedy 128 
Sean Kenworthy 150 
Sarah Kichler 90, 168 
Ericka Killan 101 
Joshua King 145, 156. 158 
Adam Knoblauch 142 
Kyle Knouse 162, 168 
Alicia Korrvinsky 168 
Joanna Konstantinidis 162, 168 
Melissa Krawczyk 131 
Elizabeth Kulp 22 
Peter Kuntz 90, 99, 149 
X'ictoria Kuszewsld 150 



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Kristin Lake 116, 168 
MarkLandis 133, 143 
Joseph Lang 159, 168 
Jennifer Lanigan 168 



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Amanda Lamerd 168 

Kathleen LaSpada 107 

Robert Lawless 147, 161, 168 

Kathryn Leach 39, 84 

Christine Leathers 83, 118, 133, 141, 

145, 157 

Lydia Lee 87, 131 

Alicia Leonetti 27, 168 

Ashley Linquito 143 

Jessica Liples 18 

Renee Lombardo 24, 97 

Derek Long 168 

Ronald Long 80 

Ashely Love 129 

Melissa Lowman-Bolash 170 

Krystal Lucykanish 58, 95, 105 



Faculty, Staff, and Group Photos are not indexed 




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Shanna Mackin 170 

April Mafturak 54, 74, 75, 109, 

120, 170 

Jaime Maguire 159 

Andrew Majeski 79, 82, 96, 97 

Jennifer Malaby 150 

Lisa Mariello 134, 156, 158 

Stephanie Marks 151 

Dana Marston 25, 135, 149 

Christopher Martin 85 

Jordan Martin 75 

Erin Mattem 132, 144 

Mark Matthews 151 

Brandon McCabe 49 

.Andrew McCarty 75 

Heather McCarty 89 

Gerald McDermott 170 

Steven McDonald 51, 170 

Ryan McFarland 130 

Kathleen McGovem 101 

Juli McGowan 45 

Katherine McGrogan 151 

Laura McKendrick 84, 85, 57, 117, 

156 



204 Closing 



Bridget McLaughlin 84, 107, 149, 156 

Amy McLean 30 

Renne McManus 78, 132, 153 

Sara McMullen 25, 105, 124, 149, 

160, 161, 170 

Jean McMullin 82, 170 

Ana Mecaj 39, 143 

Kristen Meischke 88 

Alexander Meller 120 

John MeUer 171 

Adam Mellor 36 

Andre\\- Merrill 127 

Ryan Mierta 24 

Luke Miller 171 

Mika Miller 85, 114, 128,143, 155, 158 

Colleen Milligan 29, 171 

Derek Milligan 171 

Daniel Mills 171 

Jaime Mitchell 79 

Omar Mojica 87 

Ke\in Moore 148 

Laura Moore 40, 117, 162, 171 

Samantha Morgan 150 

Jeffrey Mortensen 171 

Monica Moser 75 

Charlene Mowrev 109, 171 

Daniel Mover 142 



Jennifer Mover 78, 52 
Seth Muck 171 
Elizabeth Mullen 156 
John Murrav 24 
Sharon Murrav 171 



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Mark Napolitano 24, 37, 57 
Jachn Neil 53 
Melissa Nelson 171 
NicheUe Neumann 152 
Ke\-in Nicolson 131 
Adrian Niedziela 171 
Kathleen Noll 99, 116 
Richard Noll 142 
Sean Noonan 36 
Christina No^vicki 171 
Azaria Numerato 35 
Sarah Nungesser 148, 160, 161 




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Patrick O'Brien 141 

Jacqueline O'Connor 171 

Katie O'Donnell 171 

Amanda Ohing 140 

Amanda O'Neill 132 

Kristi Orendi 78, 79, 89, 92, 96, 97, 101, 

103, 105, 107, 125, 131, 135, 136, 138 

Stephen Orman 48 

Eric Orr 54, 75, 87 

Rosaivnd Orr 139, 147, 171 



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Timothy Padilla 113, 117, 136, 143, 149 

Jennifer Falser 172 

Christopher Paprzycki 142 

Caitlin Parker 26, 156 

Rvan Parker 82, 134, 143, 156, 158 





Erica Paswater 105, 121, 149 

Rosemary Paylor 74, 75, 89, 172 

Lindsey Peck 140 

Bryan Pellek 142 

Kassia Pendrak 172 

Matthew Pennv'packer 111, 148 

Christiene Perez-Chin 86, 105, 174 

Marianne Petrino 97 

Shawn Pettigrew 83 

Dustin Pierce 50 

Matthew Pierce 36 

Christian Pill 172 

Joshua Potteiger 85, 134, 143, 158 

Elizabeth Potter 139 

Laura Pregenzer 77 

Michael Pypiak 135 



Megan Ramos 143 
Jessica Randell 19, 101 
Mark Rarick 138, 145 
Wade Rathfon 172 
John Rawluk 172 
Daisy Reasinger 77, 78, 88, 99 
Erin Redding 172 
Margaret Reddy 131 



Karen Reed 124, 172 

Timothy Reese 50 

Allison Ricci 172 

Anne Ridge 76, 154 

Jamie Riggs 74, 75, 114, 172 

Joshua Righter 152 

Justin Risser 75 

William Robinson 57 

Erin Rockafellow 3, 159 

Tar\Ti Romanczak 172 

Erin Romano 131 

William RosaneUi 172 

Colleen Rowland 27, 29, 89, 135 

Joshua Roznowski 49 

Emily Ruehl 172 

Amanda Rushinski 87, 93, 115 

Lauren Rusnak 38 

Courtney Rutledge 101 



Index 205 



Faculty, Staff, and Group Photos are not indexed 




Amy Sakers 79 

Melicent Salani 82 

Christa Salera 139 

Elizabeth Sander 172 

Erin Sander 85, 87, 172 

Joshua Sanders 75, 173 

Marisa Santora 85, 173 

Rebecca Sargent 18 

Corey Scales 172 

Patricia Scangarello 107 

Mark Schmidt 30, 31, 151 

Amanda Schulenberg 173 

Amy-Jo Schultz 136, 173 

Harry Schussler 95, 105, 149 

Kevin Schuster 136 

Dana Seibel 74, 75, 89, 116, 173 

Sabrina Shawlis 173 

Andrea Sheerin 107 

Gregory Shinn 149 

Robert Shinn 95 

Asia Shipley 41 

Louis Shults 51 

Amy Siebert 58, 59 



Kristen Silvano 111 

Jill Simpson 82, 85, 137 

Michael Skwara 161 

Timothy Smink 42 

Jason Smith 79, 93 

Sean Smith 140 

Amber Smolinsky 44, 173 

Janelle Smoyer 143 

Cadance Snell 107 

Jaclyn Snelling 140, 174 

Darlene Soga 174 

Julie Sollenberger 125, 107, 174 

Leirion Sorensen 25 

Casey Sparks 122 

Emily Spies 135, 174, 149 

Rachel Stillwell 24 

Jillian Stoerrle 131 

Mark Stoney 141 

Nicole Strain 101 

Diana Strawn 174 

George Strucko 174 

Nicole Strunk 135 



t 



Lisa Tager 155 

Jennifer Tavish 131 

Austin Taylor 85, 122, 154 

Jeffrey Thomas 6, 90, 95, 105, 115, 124, 149, 

165, 186 

Sylvia Thorton 85, 169 

Corin Tosh 131 

Angela Toth 143 

Emily Traylor 40 

Brian Turner 87 



u 



Christopher Uhland 175 




206 Closing 



V 



Victiiiici V.ilcnti 175 

Matthew Vdlentinc 175 

Jac.ilvn VanJor Ploeg 89, 135, 149 

It.hn Winini I 15, 157 

l\.uln'l \'i->inK)iiHM' 175 



w 



Carl Wagner 175 
Ahnjel Weaver 86 
Angela Weber 149 
Kimberly Weber 82 
Katie Wessner 26, 33 
Nicolas Westphal 131, 156 
Mary Wheatly 55 
Jason Whinna 175 





John Whitehead 105 

Robert Wilkine 141 

Keith Williams 175 

Kelly Wilson 100 

Nicole Wisniewski 24, 78, 175 

Jamie Witherow 111 

Gabriel Wochley 135 

Nina Wohlfarth 82, 86, 137, 144 

Lisa Wojciechowski 175 

Brittany Woodell 29 

Elizabeth Woodwarci 101 

T. Jeremy Worthington 90, 127 

Jacqueline Wright 107, 158, 175 

Kevin Wright 43 

Joseph Wunderlich 157 

Joshua Wurtz 42 

Kirsten Wurzburg 84, 128 



y 



Jamie Yerger 175 

Erin Yoder 175 

Lauren Young 16, 74, 80, 81, 

92, 115,118,133,139,145, 

Michelle Young 143 



Kathryn Zelitch 145 
Ashley Ziegler 154 



0\'er the years, Delaware Valley College has blossomed. Buildings ha\'e 
been torn down and rebuilt. Faculty ha\'e come and gone. Students ha\'e 
struggled and achie\'ed. Through all these changes, the Cornucopia staff 
has stood by with camera in hanci. 

As the 2003 yearbook staff, we ha\'e created a scrapbook of memories for 
the stiidents, the college, and all generations to cherish. We look through 
many old books, see the faces of the past and wonder where they are now. 
We ponder where we will be when the editors of the 2039 yearbook peruse 
our book. Three ciecades ago, Co-editors Bill Mitchell and Alex Young 
created a treasure which we have tried to emulate. While mimicking the 
past, we ha\'e captured the present, and are presenting it to the future. This 
is our chance to pack up the past and carry it into a new beginning... 

Co-editors 
Marlena C. Balliet 
Alicia M. Grysko