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Table of Contents 



Introduction 

Campuses 

Residence Halls 

Faculty 

Events 

Organizations 

Graduates 




Perspectives: A broadview of events or 
ideas in their true nature and relation- 
ships. Perspectives are what Loyola is all 
about. Loyola gives perspectives on life 
from all angles. Academic, spiritual, and 
social avenues are all explored. Goals are 
set and met, tried and left, re-examined 
and reformulated, all in the course of 
four years! 

Involvement is one way to gain new 
perspectives on life. With hundreds of 
organizations spread across its five 
campuses, students can try their hand at 
any number of activities. Student 
governments, honory clubs, cultural clubs 
and social clubs abound, all meeting 
different student needs for different 
student outlooks. The chance to be a 
leader and a member exists in almost 
every organization. 

Loyola gives a chance at perspectives 
beyond just those of student to student. 
It also gives students a chance to view 
Chicago as a whole through different 
eyes. Political and social awareness 
organizations encourage Loyola students 
to take an active part in the community 
to which they belong. They get the chance 
to express their concerns and possibly 
shape or change those issues concerning 
them. 

Loyola also encourages student interac- 
tion with faculty on not only a teacher 
- student level, but on a more equal basis. 
Students are included on faculty boards 
and their input is valued as highly as 
administrators. Students actually par- 
ticipate in the Loyola decision-making 
process. Teachers also keep office hours 
and students are encouraged to meet 
with their teachers and discuss concerns 
or interests relevant to the class. 

All of Loyola's five campuses have unique 
perspectives to offer its students, as well 
as those perspectives common to all five. 
Water Tower, Lake Shore, Niles, May- 
wood and Rome Center all have their own 
personality and yet, at the same time, all 
work together in giving students a 
broader view of themselves and their 
lives in relation to the world around 
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Need a place to be alone to study or 
relax? Try the lake front or an empty 
auditorium. Need people around you to 
create some competition? Try the 
registration line or the gymnasium. Need 
to secure some information? Try dis- 
covering your own in the lab or borrowing 
someone else's from the library. 

All these environments combine to form 
this concept we call education. Using 
resources wisely helps us to create the 
person we came here to find. The mastery 
of good resource utilization awards us 
with the discipline needed when we 
practice the profession we learned to 
perform . . . 




At work and at play we all can concur 
with the great words of wisdom given to 
us by Elmer Fudd "At wast: west and 
wewaxation!" 

The years in school have provided an 
ideal setting in which to spend time with 
our chums under no restraint from our 
illustrious parents. We had the opportun- 
ity to experiment and compete with each 
other and for that, we owe a great deal 
of thanks to our friends. The environment 
has once again lent itself very permis- 
sively to the development of ourselves. 




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Loyola University of Chicago? Loyola 
University IS Chicago! Yes, there are 
trees to see and grass to play on yet at 
any campus you can't help but see tall 
buildings surrounded by blue sky. Why 
does that make us be Chicago? Because 
of the opportunities available, religious 
exploration, and even relaxation. 

There is a mixture of the old and the new. 
These edifices may have been standing 
for years but it is the fresh faces that 
enter them year after year that make 
them alive and rich with friendly 
experiences. These experiences are those 
which create our lives at school and in 
the many years that follow. 



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Loyola University has the advantage of 
being geared toward both resident and 
commuter students. Its facilities are 
located in a quiet home-like area as well 
as being very easily accessible. The newly 
dedicated humanities center and recently 
opened sports center are but two of the 
convenient resources for the students' 
benefit. 

The Lake Shore Campus alone gives the 
illusion of being in a world by itself set 
within the setting of the second largest 
city in the country. The combination of 
trees and grass along with the many 
large buildings gives us a sense of 
wholeness. This feeling is analogous with 
our combined experiences that have 
shaped our lives throughout the year. 



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Campuses 




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Water Tower 



Across the street from Chicago's most memorable landmark, the 
Water Tower, stands Loyola's Water Tower Campus. As the 
Water Tower withstood the flames of the Chicago Fire, so Water 
Tower Campus has endured; promoting excellence in education 
and serving as a means to obtaining goals in the career world. 
Surrounded by the busy rush of cars and the hustle of Chicago's 
citizens, the campus still finds time to offer the best 
opportunities to its students. 

Water Tower Campus is known, by those who attend it, as the 
commuter campus. Students from all over the Chicago area 
attend the University, giving it a dynamic quality — many 
backgrounds are pooled in one source. The students who attend 
the campus have a professional approach to their education. In 
fact, many treat it as a job. Many students go home to their 
family and friends at the end of the day, instead of living in 
the school environment. 

Being set in the heart of the city, the campus gives the student 
an endless wealth of opportunity. Part-time jobs, internships, 
museums, shopping and restaurants are only a walk away. Yet, 
the excitement of learning continues within the walls of every 
classroom. 



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Water Tower Campus offers endless opportunities for free 
time. Clubs, fraternities, sororities, and publications are 
just some of the social activities available. 

The Activities Programming Board (APB) schedules live 
entertainment Tuesdays at 11:30 in the Georgetown 
Room. Acts range from bands to mimes to comedy 
routines. 

For those who want to burn off extra energy, Loyola's 
fitness facilities are located on the 16th and 17th floors. 
A weight room and pool are located on the seventeenth 
floor, while a gym and several student offices are on 
sixteen. 

If you just need a study break or a bite to eat, the Xavier 
Grill has it. Vending machines offer light snacks, while 
counter service offers specialities from deli to grill to 
salad bar. 

The commuter aspect of Loyola does not affect the caliber 
of the Loyola student. If anything, conversation is richer 
and student-life is more vital. The variety of backgrounds 
eliminates any dullness or monotony. 




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Dorms 




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Campion Hall 




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Chamberlain Hall 



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Faculty 




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University 




Paul McFarland, Vice Presdient for Finance 



John H. Relnke S.J., Chancellor 





Stephen Kasbeer, Senior Vice President for Man- 
agement 



James D. Barry, Vice Preisdent and Assistant to the 
President 



Dr. Alice B. Hayes, Associate Academic Vice President 




Richard A. Matre, Provost of the Medical Center John P. Murray, Vice President for Personnel 



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Officers 




Dr. Ronald E. Walker, Senior Vice President and Dean Marlette LeBlanc, Vice President for Student Services 

of Faculties 




John P. Langdon, Vice President for Administration W. Daniel Conroyd, Vice President for Development Donald J. Hayes S.J., Vice President for University 

Ministry 




Dr. William Oswald, Vice President and General 
Counsel for the University 



John P. Finley, Associate Vice President for Medical 
Center Finance 



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Board of Trustees 




Seated: Mrs. Mary Townsend Kimpton, Robert P. 
Newschel, H. Dudley Murphy, Raymond Baumhart, S.J., 
William J. Quinn, Mrs. Terrence J. Dillion, Mrs. J. Alibin 
Yokie, William J. Byron, S.J. 

Standing: Robert P. Heany, M.D., Joseph R. Christian, 
M.D., Daniel L. Flaherty, S.J., Samuel W. Nolan, Earl E. 



Pollock, Mr. Bernard T. Brennan, Ronald J. Ferguson, 
S.J., John W. O'Malley, S.J., H. Joseph Curl, James C. 
Carter, S. J., David M. Clarke, S. J., Eugene R. Croisant, 
Frank M. Covey, Jr., Fernando Arizti, S.J., John J. 
O'Callaghan, S.J., William R. Surman 



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Nina S. Apple, Law School 




Deans of 
Graduate Schools 




Francis J. Catania, Graduate School 



Charles T. Rellly, School of Social Work 



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Rev. Raymond Baumhart, S.J. 

He Marks His Fifteenth Year as President in 1985 




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Rev. Robert McLaughlin, President and Rector 



Rev. Kenneth C. Simpson, Dean of Formations 



Niles 




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Charles Gerace, Dean of Students 




Dr. Avis McDonald, Chairperson and Associate Professor 



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Undergraduate 

Deans 




Dr. Patricia H. Werhane, Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences 




Lawrence Biondi, S.J. Dean, College of Arts and Sciences 




John Murphy, S.J. Freshman Dean 




Richard Vande Velde, S.J. Dean of Mathematical and Natural Sciences. 



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Dr. Gerald Gutek, Dean, School of Education 



Dr. Donald Meyer, Dean, School of Business 









Francis Fennell, Dean of Humanities 



Dr. Louise Kerr, Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences 



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Student Services 




Thomas 0. Adams, Dean of Students, LSC 




Joan M. Stelnbrecher, Ph D., Dean of Students, WTC 



James E. Whitehead, Dean of Students, MCC 



John Felice, Dean of Students, RCC 



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Charles A. Taylor, Ed D., Assist. Dean of Students, Black 
Student Advisor 




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Cassandra M. Shorter, Asst. Dean of Students, Director of Gordon P. Stiefel, Asst. Dean of Students, Director of Student 

Student Activities, LSC. Activities, WTC. 




Michael J. Lambesis, Asst. Dean of Students, Director 
of Recreation, LUMC. 



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Theresa Nieves, Asst. Dean of Students, Hispanic Student Advisor 




Helen Lavelle, Asst. Dean of Students, International Student Advisor 



Bernard Pleskoff, Associate Dean of Students, Director of Housing. 




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James Dwyer, Director of Financial Aids. 



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Irv Marek, Director of Career Planning and Placement 



Valerie Farrell, RN. BSN. Director of Student Health Services 




Donald Mayo, Director of Security and Safety. 



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Department Heads 



Dr. John Kostolansky 
Accounting 




Dr. Carol Adams 
Afro-American Studies 

Dr. John R. Shack 
Applied Psychology 



Loyal Park 
Athletics 



Dr. A. J. Nappl 
Biology 



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Dr. Edwin P. Menes 
Classical Studies 



Dr. Michael Cornett 
Communications Arts 



Dr. Paul Mundy 
Criminal Justice 

Dr. David B. Mirza 
Economics 



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Dr. James E. Rocks 
English 



Dr. Nicholas A. Lash 
Finance 



Dr. Mary S. Lawton 
Fine Arts 



Dr. Walter D. Oray 
History 



Dr. Thomas E. Ranck 
Honors Program 



Dr. Michael Keeley 
Management 



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Dr. Samuel Ramenofsky 
Management Science 



Dr. Allen F. Jung 
Marketing 



Dr. Richard J. Maher 
Mathematics 



LTC. Steven J. Marque 
Military Science 



Dr. Carole A. Holdsworth 
Modern Languages 



Dr. Sonia Ringstrom 
Natural Science 



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Robert F. Harvanek S.J. 
Philosophy 



Dr. Richard Bukrey 
Physics 



Dr. Alan R. Oitelson 
Political Science 



Dr. Emil J. Posavac 
Psychology 



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Dr. John O'Malley 
Socio-Legal Studies 



Kathleen Mc Court 
Sociology Anthropology 



John H. Brooks Jr. 
Theatre 



J. Patout Burns S.J. 
Theology 



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Events 




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A Look Back 



September 

Fr. Charles Carmody (Theology) dies Aug. 23. 

"Crimes of the Heart" opens Sept. 14. 

Alfredrick Hughes is named to the Sporting 
News All American Team. 

Edward Crown Center for the Humanities was 
officially named on Sept. 17. 

Former mayor Jane Byrne speaks to WT 
students. 



Edward Crel.. 

Center For The Humanities 



Gay students group turned down. 

Theater Department's "Follies" begins Nov. 
9. 

Water Polo team placed 5th at the U.S. 
Water Polo Championships in Indiana. 

Mens' cross-country team took second at the 
Midwestern City Conference Cross-Country 
Championships. 

Womens' cross-country takes first at the 
North Star Conference Cross-Country Cham- 
pionships. 

Bill Savage bids adieu. 

Second Annual Awards Dinner for the 
National Center for Freedom of Information 
Studies. 

New security post at LSC. 

Snack bar opens at LSC. 

Water Polo team took 7th in National 
Championships in Long Beach. 



February 

Lake Shore Cafe officially called the Fred 
and Ethel Mertz Cafe. 

"Seduced" by Sam Shepard opens Feb. 
15-24. 

Ramblers beat DePaul on Feb. 12. 

Fr. Frances Filas dies. 

ABC Movie, "Lady Blue," shoots a scene at 
Alumni Gym. 




October 



Niehoff School of Nursing kicks off several 
events to celebrate 50th Anniversery at LSC. 

Richard J. Brzeczek campaigns for Cook County 
State's Attorney at WT. 

"Under Milkwood" opens at Loyola Theater 
Studio 

President's Ball held on Oct. 27 at the Conrad 
Hilton. 



November 




March 



Casino Night held at LSC. 
Ramblers lose to Georgetown. 



April 



APB and WTG host the Congressiona 
Teleconference. 

Information gathered by Sophia Drivalas 



January 



Fifteenth Annual Radio Conference held Nov. 

1-4 including several Chicago radio personali- Madonna Delia Strada Chapel renovation set 

ties. for completion in 1985. 

Poll shows wayward Democrats and undecided Theater Department does Eugene O'Neill's 
voters may keep Reagan in. "A Moon for the Misbegotten" Jan. 18-22. 

University Ministry's 11th Annual Hunger 
Week begins Nov. 8. 

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Sept. 1984 Feb. 1985 



April 1985 



Miss America: Sharlene Wells; Utah 

3MMYS: 

Drama: "Hill Street Blues" 

jomedy: "Cheers" 

Limited Mini Series: "Concealed Enemies" 

Drama Special: "Something About Amelia" 

^ctor — 

Drama: Tom Selleck 

Comedy: John Ritter 
Actress — 

Drama: Tyne Daly 

Comedy: Jane Cur tin 



GRAMMIES 

Record: "What's Love Got to do With It?" 

Album: "Can't Slow Down" 

Lionel Richie 

Male Pop Vocal: Phil Collins, "Against All 

Odds (Take A Look At Me Now)" 

Female Pop Vocal: Tina Turner, "What's 

Love Got To Do With It?" 

Pop Group: Tangerine Dream?!? 



OSCARS 

Actor: F. Murray Abram — "Amadeus" 

Supporting Actor: Haing S. Ngor - "Killing 

Fields" 

Actress: Sally Field - "Places in the Heart" 

Supporting Actress: Peggy Ashcroft - "Passage 

to India" 

Movie - "Amadeus" 

Director: Milos Forman - "Amadeus" 

Information gathered by 
Nora S. Caponigri 



Oct. 1984 



TOBEL PEACE PRIZE: 

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The Ramblers; 

"Chicago's 

Team" 

The Loyola Ramblers began their 1985 
basketball season with the annual "Maroon and 
Gold" intrasquad game in the Alumni 
Gymnasium at Loyola's Lake Shore Campus. 
When their contract with the University of 
Illinois Pavilion was suspended, the Ramblers 
made another move — this time to DePaul's 
Alumni Hall. Head Coach Gene Sullivan, 
Associate Coach Doug Bruno, and his Assistant 
Coach Andre Wakefield made the most of this 
move. 

The Midwest City Conference Ramblers, 
powered by Tri-Captains Alfredrick "the 
Great" Hughes, Andre "Radar" Battle and 
Greg "G.W." Williams, became "Chicago's 
Team" this year with impressive victories over 
national powers like the University of Illinois 
and Louisville. Highlights of the season were: 
a 78-71 victory over the cross- town rival 
DePaul Blue Demons, an automatic NCAA bid, 
as well as national recognition. Senior, number 
21, Alfredrick Hughes broke several records 
himself including the most points ever scored 
at Alumni Hall (43), and the most points ever 
scored at the Rosemont Horizon (47). As a 
matter of fact, the 127-100 victory over 
Detroit, in which he scored those points was the 
highest total scoring game in NCAA history. He 
also tied for most points scored this season as 
well as making it into the top-10 all-time 
scorers list. 

The 27-6 season ended with a 65-53 loss to 
Georgetown in the playoffs. The season also 
succeeded in sparking life in the often apathetic 
student body of the 1980s. Upon hearing of the 
loss, the general feeling on campus was "It just 
doesn't matter." Other members of this year's 
team were Carl "Go Go" Golston, Andre Moore, 
Mike Cenar, Ivan Young, Bobby Clark, Dave 
Klusendorf, Keith Carter, and Nathan Brooks. 




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Why Ramblers? 

As the only collegiate program with the nickname "Ramblers" for its 
teams, the question is often asked as to why that sobriquet was picked. 
The origin goes back to when football was king at Loyola. Previous 
to the 1920s all athletic teams were merely assigned the school colors 
instead of a nickname — thus, all teams were known as the "Maroon 
and Gold". In 1925, the football coach, along with the student 
newspaper, conducted a contest to name the football team. The 
winning entry was "Grandees", tying into the Spanish origins of St. 
Ignatius of Loyola. However, that name apparently was met with little 
enthusiasm and did not catch on in the following months. In 1926, 
a more informal but much more binding process finally gave Loyola's 
teams their nickname — Ramblers. That year, the football team 
traveled across the United States, thus, "the Ramblers." Despite the 
dropping of football as a varsity intercollegiate sport in 1930, that 
name is still proudly carried by today's athletic teams here at Loyola. 

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Lady Ramblers 

This year, coach Marty Hawkins and his 
assistant Eileen McMahon lead the North Star 
conference Lady Ramblers to a 19-8 record, in 
this injury-plagued season. Senior Faith 
Mimnaugh lead the NCAA in assists with over 
12 per game, while junior Kathy Leyden led the 
Lady Ramblers averaging 15.7 ppg. Other team 
members included: Sue Busiel, Donna Zelig, 
Jackie Huszti, Kathy Meyers, Missy DeNiel, 
Maureen McNerny and Amy Nelson. 





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Hunger Week 





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APB 

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SAB 

Talent Show 




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Blood Drive 




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Our Lady of 
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University 
Ministry 

Loyola University is committed to the education 
of the total person and every person's spiritual 
development is encouraged. The University 
Ministry staff serves as a resource for those 
who seek to grow in this area. Through a 
variety of programs the Ministry staff provides 
opportunities to explore the many issues we 
confront in our lives. There are retreats, 
spiritual direction, counseling, social justice 
education and activities, liturgical ministries 
and volunteer opportunities. 

Soup 'n' Substance is one program that offers 
a forum for informal discussion on many topics 
of interest or current events. During the year 
participants had a chance to hear presentations 
on the Presidential Election, Alcoholism, Black 
Studies, and other issues. 







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International 
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The 

1984-1985 

Theatre Season 





The 1971 award-winning Sondheim/Goldman musical takes a 
look at our theatrical past and present. Set on the stage of 
a soon-to-be-demolished theatre former stars of "The 
Weismann Follies" return for one last reunion, one last look 
at their youth. As they gather to reminisce, images of their 
younger, happier, carefree days appear and disappear in the 
world of music, spectacle, and theatre. 

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A Moon for the 
Misbegotten 

A Moon for the Misbegotten is the final play 
of Eugene O'Neill's celebrated career. It 
continues the story of the Tyrone family of Long 
Day's Journey into Night. In this play James 
Jr., who is believed to be the counterpart of 
O'Neill's elder brother is the focus. Tyrone 
returns home attempting to blot out a haunting, 
horrible memory. 




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Seduced 



Sam Shepard, a native of Fort Sheridan, Illinois, authored 
Seduced. He has created a parody of "The American Dream" 
embodied in the Howard Hughes like character of Henry 
Hackamore. Despite Hackamore's limitless wealth and power, 
he cannot forestall the inevitable decline into futility, boredom, 
and an agonizingly lonely death. 




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A Flea in Her Ear 



Georges Feydeau wrote the book on French bedroom farce 

in the late nineteenth century. As an author of comic 

madness onstage he is rated second only to Moliere. A Flea 

in Her Ear is his masterpiece of misunderstanding, 

deception, intrigue, double meaning, disguise, and wild 

frenzy. In this class comic fantasy Feydeau turns a normal, 

turn-of-the-century, bourgeois marital world upside-down 

and literally sets it spinning. 

Material excepted from the Loyola University Theatre subscription 
brochure. 



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"A Salute to Success" 

Vice President for Student Services 
14th Annual Student Awards Night 




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The 14th Annual Student Awards Night, "A Salute To Success", was held April 27th, 1985, at 
the Hotel Continental. This annual event gives each student organization an opportunity to present 
awards to outstanding members. Recipients of the Vice-President's Award for Leadership, presented 
by Ms. Mariette LeBlanc, Vice-President for Student Services, were Alexia Hieber, Cathy Sarnecke, 
Lawrance Snowden, Stephanie Thomas. 

Nominees for the Vice-President's Award: Nicholas Alexopouios, Ron Caronti, Steve Davidson, Catherine Delbridge, David Dorjath, Lisa DuBrock, 
Sue Dziak, Michael Esser, Correen Evans, Pamela Fletcher, Tim Galassini, Greg Garner, Anna Gevrekis, Giovanni Gianotti, Stan Gonsales, Sean 
Griffin, Nidal Haddad, Alexia Hieber, Pamela Hoffman, Craig Hunt, Alejandro Hurtado, Margot Jacquot, Michael Jean, Zymenar Jones, Maria 
Kalyvas, Jerry Kennedy, George Kinsella, Meg Knowles, Sue Kochlefl, Daniel Koehler, Sr. Michelle M. Konieczny, Demetra Lagen, Chris Liesen, 
Ginger Lottes, Mercedes Luque Rosales, Julie Magyar, Kim Manning, Erich Massat, Georgia Michaels, Donna Machalica, Rita Mitchell, Kevin 
Murphy, Diana Najar, Larry Nance, Tom Nicpon, Samir Patel, Seema Patel, Wendy Pese, Tom Purcell, Jill Rein, Henry Repay, Patty Reyden, 
Lendell Richardson, Isabella Sacca, Mary Saracco, Cathy Sarnecke, Stacy Schneble, Joseph Seminetta, Katrina Sherriff, David K. Smith, Lawrance 
Snowden Jr., Mercedes Solwe, John D. Spina, James Teevans, Jaysharee Thakkar, Stephanie Thomas, Sava Trajcevska, Steve Vulich, Jocelyn Walters 



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School of Business Administration 
Thirty Fourth Annual Honor's Banquet 




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On Saturday April 20, 1985 the School of Business Administration held its thirty-fourth Annual Honors 
Banquet in the Grand Ballroom of the Knickerbocker Chicago Hotel. Students and their parents, Loyola 
Faculty and Administrators gathered to recognize some outstanding scholars and leaders of the School 
of Business Administration. Scholarship certificates were awarded to 69 students who attained a minimum 
3.4 grade point average for the two previous semesters. Eight individuals received leadership certificates 
for their involvement in extra-curricular activities. 

Departmental Keys were awarded to the graduating seniors who demonstrated outstanding ability in their 
respective fields of study. Recipients of these keys were: Kathleen Quinn, Accounting Key; Felice Foundos, 
Economics Key; Michael Esser, Finance Key; Eve Boboch, Personnel Management Key; Stephen Paul, 
Production Management Key; Moira Devereaux, Marketing Key; Janet Brill, Socio-Legal Studies Key. 

Faculty person of the year was Mr. Timothy Thompson, a professor of Finance. Recipient of the Dean's 
Key was Nicholas Alexopoulos. 




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Commencement 1985 




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This year, 1985, marked the one hundred 
fifteenth annual commencment of Loyola 
University of Chicago. Approximately 
1,500 Loyola undergraduate and 
graduate students received degrees at 
commencement ceremonies on Saturday, 
May 25 at Medinah Temple. In two 
separate ceremonies, degrees were 
conferred to students of the under- 
graduate and graduate Schools of 
Business, Education and Nursing; 
University College; the Institute of 
Industrial Relations; the Institute of 
Pastoral Studies; the undergraduate and 
graduate Schools of Arts and Sciences; 
the graduate School of Social Work; and 
Niles College. 



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First row 1 to r, Officers. Jerome Klafta, 
Treasurer; Michael Maguire, Secretary; Mark 
Sorrentino, Scalpel Reporter; Paul Chomrak, 
President; Jo Kokoszka, Premedical Chairman. 



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Alpha Epsilon Delta 



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Front row: Dave 
Dorjath, President; 
Nancie Qolnick, 
Vice-President; Brad 
Alexander, Treasurer 
Second row: Ann 
McNamara, Monika 
Zwierzchowski, Kathy 
Hagensee, Ted Howlett, 
Miohael Pease. Third 
Row: Alice Schwab, 
Oonzalo Ruiz, Caroline 
Miller, Paul Rokosz, 
Britt Casey, Mark 
Gulterrez Last row: 
Wendy Pease, Tom 
Brosnan, Pat Larsen. 

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Alpha Sigma Alpha 




Chairs: Stacey Qalenls, Lori Cesario. 
Ariete Mavrldes, Roeie Calandra, Linda 
Szafranski, Tamara Forand, Debbie 
Dancull, Nancy McConnell 
Floor: Georgia Karuntzos, Renee Ra- 
phael, Debbie Nelson, Nancy Wegener 
Standing, First Row: Zani Chae, Cathy 
Spina, Eleanor Wong, Synave Rubalcaba, 
Demetria Papadopoulos, Lisa Alberici, 
Boots Camacho, Marlene Gordon, Julie 
Anderson, Pam Jason, Mary Kass 
Second Row: Shari Guerine, Tina Blasi, 
Kris Tsltsls, Alice Hlavin 



Alpha Sigma Phi 




Top to Bottom: Dave Gertie, Rocco DeFrenza, Luis Graytan. George Theotikos, Casey Razma, Mike Harrington, Pat Flaherty, 
Chris Karras, Jim Limparis, Joe Voelker, Jeff Solodati, Eugene Villa, Ken Ryfkogel, Brian Hicks, John Sfikas, Steve Theodosis, 
Angelo Aemetrakakis, Kirk Rowe, Bob Eichler, Bil Laskaris, Steve Garcia, Steve Fanady, Frank Iervilli, Telio Gutierrez, 
Tom Marren, Bob Seiser, Max Bokma, Ted Vega, Moises Asturrizaga, Richard Ziccardi, Nick Christoff, Erich Massat, Drew 
Bruozis 



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Amnesty International 



Top Row: Elena Hillas, Giovanni 
Savaglio, Lisa Goduco, Gertrude 
Romaniok (Moderator), Jim Kramer, 
Seated: Nancy Ellman, Joseph Serpico, 
Mary Kenney 




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Names Not Available 



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Black Cultural Center - L.S.C. 




Left to Right: Stephanie Thomas, 
Paulette Carter, David K. Smith, Corren 
Evans, Anita Jemison, Laura Randolf, 
Gregory Garner 



Chamberlain Hall Government 




Top Row: Margo Tacquoat, Lisa Ballarini, Maura King, Mary McSweeney, Anne Hazuka, Cecilia Jones Bottom Row: 
Laura Sutter, Connie Zimmerman, Amy Brett, Christine Peterson, Mary Ann Zervakis 



129 



Debating Society 



Front Row: Jan Yuvan, Cecilia Qaribay, 
Amanda Wall. Row 2: Elaine Bruggemeier, ! 
Stu Shea, Bruce Taylor, Eric Sweigard, 
Catherine Bellario 




Economics Club 



Standing: David Lewis, Jorge Ramos, Calvin 
Darling, Dwayne Davis Seated: Theresa 
Sullavin (Sec), Lis DuBrock (Pres.), Dr. 
Peter Alonzi (Moderator) 

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Epsilon Zeta Epsilon 



L to R: Andre Grant, Secretary; Gregory Garner, 
President; Kenneth A. Herring, Treasurer. 




Names Not Available. 



Gonzaga Hall Government 



131 



Italian Club 




Names Not Available 



Top to Bottom: Tom Kougias, Demetria 
Papadapoulos, Maria Primbas, Angelo 
Kritikos, Pete Spilliopoulos, Georgia 
Karuntzos, James Romas, Georgia Chre- 
santhakes, Evie Tsiolis, Sophia Kar- 
ageorges, Toni Barbules, Marcia 
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Greek Club 



Jewish Club 



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Left Top to Bottom Right: Sandra 
Berlin, Liz Suimous, Benjamin 
Woloshin, Jon Sabltt, Shammai 
Rockove, Leigh Wolf, Abigail 
Neiman, Cheryl Ordower, Carol 
Reiman, Phil Harris, Robert Wolf 



Lithuanian Club 




Front Row: Rasa Tijunelis (Sec), 
Laura Ragas (Pres. ), Ruta Stropus 
(V.P.), John Valkutis (Treas.) Row 
8: Silvija Fabijonas, Nida Pemkus, 
Judy Sasnau, Kazys Razma, Row 3: 
John Kirklys, Daina Tijunelis, 
Alvyde Eitutis, Paula Walker, 
Aldona Walker Row 4: Linas 
Smukstys, Vince Willas, Peter 
Remeikis, Mark Allan Baginskis, 
Ray Jelenlauskas. Some members 
not available for picture. 



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LASO 






Latin American Student Organization 




Kappa Beta Gamma 




Pledges 



Names Not Available 




134 



Lake Shore 
Student 
Government 
Association 




Row 1: Pete Latsoudls Row 8: Bernie Amponin; "Dr. Bob" Nidal Haddad, Mike Maksimovich, Frances A. Dobbins Row 3: Tina 
Zimiuntis, Meg Knowles, Sue Kochlefl, Mary Kass. Cathy Sarnecke, Georgia Michaels Row 4: Steve Noerper, Matt Foley, Louis 
Pupumichiel, Tom Figler.Hugh O'Doud, Pattey Michaels Row 5: Henry Vicioso, Mark Sorrentino 




Which organization brings you: Book rental, Consumer Card, High School Leaderfest, Campus 
Challenge 10k run, Big-Screen Rambler Games, Financial-Aid Information, Political 
Speakers, Welcome Week BBQ, Hoopla Cookout, Nursing Home Project, Sponsor- 
A-Needy-Family Program, Typist Referral Service, Job Directory, Safety Week, 
Representation of University, National, and Federal Committees . . . ? LSGA of course! 



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Nursing Council 




Nursing Council 

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Pi Sigma Alpha 



Political Science Honor Society: Kevin Besetzny - Secretary, Isabella 
Sacca-Vice-Presiclent, Henry Repay - President, Frank J. Kokoszka 
- Treasurer, Jerry Kennedy, Stan Gonsalves, Amanda Wall, Nicholas 
Tsapralls, Tamara Kling, Jim Crawley, Patrick Brooks, Maria T. Galo, 
Jules O'Connor, Gregg Odway, William Brozovich, Janet Shapkauski, 
Nancy Kostro, K. Tom Stevens, Pat McGuirr, Scott Tomassi, Colleen 
Fleming. 



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Polish Club 



Polish Club: Row 1 Diana Dzluba, Leslie Kubiatowski, Danuta Chlebek, Halina Bielanski; Row 2 Teresa Rusiewicz, Nadine 
Kulma, Maria Wawrzyniak, Bernadette Mikowski, Margaret Lewandowski; Row 3 Jackie Kowalski, Kathy Kozlowski, 
Albert Pecberek, Conrad Wizcek, Mark Wawrzak, Wlodzimierz Pasek. 




Society for the Advancement of Management 

SAM: Kevin Brady - Vice President, Lourdes T.Vidal - President, Katherine Haritos - Sec/Tres., Nora Coan, Mark Ramljak, 
Betsy Simmons, Janine Hernandez, Armaline Chelette, Wendy Williams, Sally Mui, Scott Tomassi, Gina Nuzzo, Julie 
Edmonds. 



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RHA Officers: Row 1 Kim Shambrook - Moderator, 
Stan Gonsalves - Tres., Marie Niebr - Sec, Row 2 Lis 
Rapacz - President, Ana Quirk - Vice Pres. 




Residence 

Hall 

Association 





Tau Kappa Epsilon 



TKE: M. Piorek, D. Skiba, C. Turano, D. Venuti, M. Hartler, G. Klovens, T. 
Kondellas, D. Abatangelo, G. Sipoch, S. Garnello, S. Brady, M. Martinez, J. 
Spina (Pres.) Father Grollig S.J., J. Kennelly, M. Glazier, J. Ferguson, M. 
Feeterer.J. Blaney, M. Zimmerman, B. Vastis, R. Wesselhoff, J. Peters, I. Rueda, 
B. Becker, T. Schiavone, M. O'Malley, M. White, C. Evanov 



138 



Volunteer Action Programs 




VAP: Row 1 Mary Beth Novak, Kim 
Manning, Sheila Ilagan, Lorraine 
Evaristo, Stella Munoz, Denise 
Maclas, Bobbie Muldoon, Karen 
Eckhoff, Demetra Lagen; Row 2 
Cherie Sadowskl, Sue Christiansen, 
Lorl Taylor, Maureen Quinn, 
Annmarie Nilles. 



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South Campus General Assembly 



139 



University 
Committees 



University Committees are an integral 
part of life at Loyola. Student Life 
Committees are composed of students, 
faculty, and administrators and thus 
allow for discussion on a variety of 
student life related areas. The role of 
each committee is that of a recommend- 
ing and legislative body. 

Pictured here is the Publications Board 
which is a forum for discussion and 
recommends editorial policies concerning 
the University student publications. The 
Board also interviews prospective editors. 
Also appearing here is the Committee on 
Student Life (CSL) which is a forum for 
discussion on any matters pertaining to 
student life. It makes recommendations 
to the Vice President for Student 
Services. 

Other University Committees include: the 
Scholarship and Financial Aids Commit- 
tee, the University Conduct Board, the 
Committee on Athletics, and the Commit- 
tee on Academic Computing Services. 
Serving on these committees can be a 
rewarding and educational experience. 



Portions taken from the 
Loyola Student Handbook. 




Members of the Publications Board include (Above): Phoenix Editor in Chief, Diana Najar; Dr. Alan Hagar; 
Maria T. Qalo; Dr. Peter Alonzi; and Chairwoman, Dr. Ruth E. McOugan. (Below): Michael J. Grace, S.J.; 
Gordon Stiefel; Cadence Editor, Thomas Purcell; and Loyolan Co-Editor, Maria E. Olvera. 




Marietta LeBlanc presides over the Committee on 
Student Life as a substitute for Chairman Thomas 
Adams. Bernard M. Pleskoff and Nancy Kostro are 
also present. 



Other CSL members include Sean Griffin, Alexia Hleber, and Alex Hurtado. 



1985 Loyolan Yearbook Staff 




Michael A. Jean, Co-Editor 



Maria Elena Olvera, Co-Editor 




Andy Llewald. Jackie Kowalewski, Linda Roller, and Photo Editors Rob Wolf and Dan Murphy. 




Lara Miller, Co-Layout Editor 



Jaal Allen, contributor 



The Loyolan 

Co-Editors 

Michael A. Jean 

Maria Elena Olvera 

Layout Editors 

Sharon Greene 

Lara Miller 

Photo Editors 

Rob Wolf 

Dan Murphy 

Business Manager 

Michael A. Jean 

Business Relations Manager 
Diane Raman 

Staff 

Gaye Koconis 

Linda Roller 

Doug Kutz 

Jackie Kowalewski 

Andy Liewald 

Erich Massat 

Joe Pakovits 

Liza Pilch 

Advisor and Budget Administrator 

Carol Hauser, OSU 



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Loyola Phoenix 



Editorial Board: 

Editor in Chief Diana Najar 

Managing Editor Maria T. Galo 

Copy Editor Patricia Sullivan-Zeff 

News Editor Sophia Drivalas 

Water Tower News Editor Maria T. Garcia 

Lake Shore News Editor Debbie Prawiec 

Features Editor James Gillespie 

Assistant Features Editor Nancy Kostro 

Forum Editor Alyce Vacha 

Photography Editor Martie Niblick 

Sports Editor Joe McCormack 

Production Manager Dani Avallone 

Faculty Advisor George Winchester S.J. 

Business Staff: 

Business Manager Kathleen Quinn 

Business Manager Frank Shooshani 

Business Accountant Angela Oliver 

Business Relations Sue Kochlefl 

Business Ad Manager Patrice Boone 

Business Ad Manager Anna Panchyshyn 

Business Ad Manager Kathy Felmon 

Business Ad Manger Lynn Yuill 

Circulation Manager Martin Sinnott 

Budget Advisor Vaughn Van Dolah 

Staff: 
Daphne Banks, Laura Cavazos, Michelle Chapuis, Mark Connelly, Michael 
Connelly, Pete Dillenberg, P.I. Dizadji, Julie Frett, Andy Galus, Michael 
Gilley, Stan Gonsalves, Angela Grant, Paul Grant, Angela Harkless, Mike 
Jean, Suzette Jelinek, Anne Johnson, Mary Johnston, Jim Kardosis, Andy 
Kloak, Steve Kunst, Karen Looney, Jennifer McArdle, Cathleen McCarthy, 
Robert McLaughlin, Claudia Maestranzi, Ann Mahony, Joe Maurice, Patti 
Maziarz, John Molchan, Julio Mora, Mike Mulligan, Angela Oliver, 
Annette Rose, Monica Salvador, Stuart Shea, Mark Sheehy, Elizabeth 
Sivori, Matt Smith, David Steck, Belinda Sumpter, Elizabeth Ventura. 




142 



Cadence 

Editor Thomas M. Purcell 

Associate Editor Ingrid Duerme 

iesident Artist Marty McCormack 

faculty Moderator Alan Hager, PhD. 

Budget Advisor Gordon Stiefel 

Staff: 

Dominica Bodoni 

Joan Bridget O'Reilly 

Maria Suarez 

Regina Ward 

Joseph Woods 

Contributors: 

'ohn Navin, Demetrius Owens, Dan Grosso, Lynn Rzonca, 

7erasa Maciejczyk, Trish Lenzini, Rob Hughes, Deborah 

tusin, Nathan Ravine, Russ Burgos, Mary Ellen Smajo, Jerry 

r asilias. 





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143 



Niehoff School of 
Nursing 

This year the Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing of Loyola University of 
Chicago celebrated its Golden Anniversary (1935-1985). The Golden Jubilee 
Year was opened August 16, when Reverend Raymond C. Baumhart, S. J. 
addressed the faculty. 

Topics of discussion throughout the year included "Creative Self Renewal", 
"The Next Fifty Years", and a "Historical Perspective on Nursing." One 
of the highlights of the year occurred April 20, when Joseph Cardinal 
Bernardin, Archbishop of Chicago, celebrated the Golden Anniversary Mass 
at Holy Name Cathedral. The Mass was followed by cocktails and a luncheon 
at the Ritz Carlton Hotel. Chairman and Co-Chairman of the Golden 
Anniversary Committee were Mary Ann McDermott and Karen Ringl 
respectively. 




144 




145 



Araceli A. Alfafara 

Loretta Allen 

Renee G. Angelico 



Maria Avina 

Blanche G. Baig 

Marissa C. Balingit 



Sonia L. Bayenderian 

Laura M. Bright 

Janet Lynn Brown 



Alexandria Busse 

Debra A. Cannone 

Victoria Cervera 



Marie Chaidez 
Danuta Chlebek 
Angela Cichocki 



146 





Denise Conlin 
Roberta A. Czaja 
Jeri L. Dandino 



Rachele DeFilippis 
Jeanne Del Debbio 
Lupe Diaz DeLeon 



Martine M. DeSio 
Jerry C. Desiongco 
Kathleen Devereux 



Sylvia A. Diaz 
Margaret F. DiSalvo 
Helen Do 



Jacqueline R. Dobin 
Deborah L. Dresh 
Laura Favorite 



147 



Lauren Faxel 

Jeanne M. Feldmann 

Bridget A. Penelon 



Stephen A. Flaherty 

Linda Florey 

Helena Fridrich 



Debbie Fritzshall 

Susan M. Gavin 

Susan T. Geoghegan 



Mary Ellen Grehan 
Coletta A. Haskin 
Mary K. Hawkins 



Margaret Hixson 

Patricia Houlihan 

Maureen A. Howard 



148 





Elisabeth K. Huening 
Audry E. Hulne 
Christine S. Huy 



Linda Kane 
Cara J. Keck 
Erica Kent 



Patricia A. Kentgen 
Kathryn A. Knorr 
Jaqueline A. Kowalewski 



Karen N. Krope 
Lorene J. Kutzera 
Karen L. Kuzmenka 



Kenneth Laube 
Diane C. Lauson 
Eileen M. Leane 



149 



Joyce A. Lewis 

Heidi Lindhorst 

Virginia R. Lottes 



Jill S. Lucie 

Kathleen Macalik 

Sandra A. Mack 



Lily M. Mante 

Daniel D. Markovich 

Shannon McCole 



Therese M. McMahon 

Karen A. Meier 

Blise E. Meyer 



Marlene Mohan 

Shirley O. Montalbo 

Patricia A. Mucia 



150 





Theresa Mui 
Adrienne J. Mytych 
Janet Nimietz 



Dottie Nixon 
Linda O'Brien 
Patricia A. O'Connor 



Ann O'Kane 
Diane S. Otteman 
Piedad J. Padilla 



Cristina H. Pasko 
Consuelo Pedroza 
Lisa Perneczky 



Julia Lee Pesce 
Kathy M. Pryor 
Deborah N. Rajendran 



151 



Jean M. Ratajik 

Patricia A. Reynen 

Mary E. Roller 



Martine Rousseau 

Jean M. Russell 

Lynn K. Ryan 



Maureen B. Ryan 
Leticia Saldana 
Esther Santoyo 



Mary Saracco 

John Savaglio 

Suzanne Schapiro 



Crystal Smith 

Lisa Sullivan 

Yolanda Surath 





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152 





Raylene M. Swinock 
Hanna T. Talla 
Mary Jeanne Twardos 



Elaine Tzakis 
Mary Ann Votoupal 
Andrea L. Wadas 



Suzanne Waite 
Donna R. Wangerow 
Christine E. Weyer 



Susan M. Whelan 
Patricia Williams 
Francine M. Wilson 



Arlene Winfield 
Susan Woods 
Francine Wysocki 



153 



Teri L. Yerbic 





Joan Yost 



Linda J. Zaworski 





Linda S. Zorich 




164 



Graduates 



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155 



Carla Addante 

Psychology 

Jeff Ader 

History 

Nicholas Alexopoulos 

Accounting 



Nicholas Allans 

English 

Teresa Anderson 

French 

Joseph F. Angeleri 

Public Accounting 



Aracely Arenas 

Education 

Deborah Arlasky 

Communication Arts 

Loretta Ardaugh 

Economics and Finance 



Debbie Atwell 

Psychology 

Francisco Avalos 

Biology 

Kathleen Baker 

Education 
m/Psychology 



Joseph Balice 

Psychology 

Betty Banks 

Social Work 

Betty Barker 

Economics 




156 




Victor Barrera 

Political Science 

Susan Barry 

Theatre 

Yolanda Bautista 

Psychology and Spanish 



Joan Baziotes 

Chemistry 

Matthew Beaudet 

Criminal Justice 

Anne Beckman 

Psychology 



Joseph Beckman 

Psychology 

Kevin Besetzny 

Political Science and History 

Susan Bianchi 

Public Accounting 



John Bianchin 
Jeffrey Black 

Psychology 

Patrick Blanchard 

Political Science 



Joan Bochenski 

Psychology 

Thom Bond 

Communication Arts 

Francisco Bonilla Jr. 

Accounting 



157 



Michael R. Boyle 

Finance 

Brian Bradley 

English 

Scott Brady 

Accounting 



Debra Breitbarth 

Computer Science 

Thomas Brennan 

Communication Arts 

Holli Brickman 

Communication Arts 



Janine Brinkman 

Management Information 
Systems 

John Brosnan 

Political Science 

Elaine Brown 

Theatre 



Theresa Brown 

Communication Arts 

Lisa Bubik 

Production Management 

Dan Buckley 

Public Accounting 



Sara Buckley 

English 

Pamela A. Calabrese 

Psychology 

Rosemarie Calandra 

Political Science 



158 





Maria Calderon 

Public Administration 

Mary Courtney Callahan 

Communication Arts 

Crystal Calloway 

Applied Psychology 



Timothy Campana 

Political Science 

Joseph Cappelletti 

Accounting 

Cynthia Carlson 

Communication Arts 



Alessandro M. Cena 

Finance 

Jerome Cervantes 

Marketing 

Kimellen Chamberlain 

Computer Science 



Lisa M. Chico 

Sociology 

Paul Chomiak 

Biology 

Mary Christiansen 

Biology 



Thomas Christie 

Finance 

Mario Christopher 

Accounting 

Elizabeth Churchill 

Psychology 



159 



Donato Ciaccia 

Mathematics 

Renee Cipriano 

Sociology 

Michelle Cleveland 

Psychology and Sociology 



Brian Cloh 

Finance 

Nore Coan 

Personnel Management 

Meryl Cobb 

Personnel Management 



Joseph Colletti 

Psychology 

Christine Cook 

Political Science and Philosophy 

Jennie Cook 



Zaida Cordero 

Biology 

Ramon Correa 

Political Science 

Alonso Cosme 

Accounting 



Michael Costantini 

Political Science 

AnnMarie Coulon 

Finance and Accounting 

Mary H. Craddock 

English 




160 




Phillip Crawford Jr. 

Economics 

Martin Crowley 

Political Science 

Patrick Curran 

Public Accounting 



Holly Curtiss 

Political Science 

Sharmaine Dancy 

English 

Mary Lou Darow 

Communication Arts 



Michael D'Astice 

Chemistry 

Ilyas Dedic 

Marketing 

Victor Demtschenko 

Criminal Justiee 



Fanesta Denton 

Applied Psychology 

Jacqueline DeSanto 

Marketing 

Mary Deye 

Computer Science 



Lourdes Diaz-Rigal 

Psychology 

Joseph DiCinto 

Accounting 

Gabriella Dietrich 

Psychology 



161 



Goldie Djuricin 

Biology 

Virginia Dominguez 

Chemistry 

Terrence Donohue 

Psychology 



John Donovan IV 

Accounting 

David Dorjath 

Marketing 

Michael Duggan 

Computer Science 



Darcy Dulbis 

Communication Arts 

James Dy 

Biology 

Suzanne Dziak 

Latin 



Diana Dziuba 

Biology 

Julie Ecimovich 

Marketing and 
Personnel Management 

Debra Eismann 

Education 



Justin Erbacci 

Political Science 

Charlene Eschbach 

Social Work 

Irene Espinosa 

Computer Science 




162 




Michael Esser 



Finance 



Leslie Everett 
Frank Falco 

Biology 



Theresa Fallon 

Political Science 

Brian Fanning 
Eileen Farrell 

Public Accounting 



Michael Fendler 

Criminal Justice 

Annie Fermanian 

Marketing 

Rafael Fernandez 

Biology 



David Filas 

Psychology 

Maribel Flores 

Biology 

Noreen Foley 

Finance 



Kara Foster 

Finance and Psychology 

Christopher Gagliano 

History 

Timothy Galassini 

Marketing 



Daniel Galivan 

Political Science 

Teresa Gannon 

Psychology 

Steven Gans 

Biology 



Diana Garcia 

Computer Science 

Sylvia Garcia 

Biology 

John Gashkoff 

Chemistry 



John Gauder 

Political Science 

Rita Gertie 

Education 

Anna Gevrekis 

Accounting 



Noori Gillani 

Psychology 

Irene Glyman 

Applied Psychology 

Vito William Gobbo 

English 



Edmund Godula 

Physics 

Lee Goldberg 

English 

David Goldflies 

Biology 




164 




Stanislaus Gonsalves 

Political Science 

Evelyn H. Green 

Communication Arts 

Patricia Gremo 

Finance 



Daniel Grosso 

Political Science 

Eric J. Haas 

Biology 

Kimberly Habel 

Psychology 



John Hadley 

Production Management 

Perry C. Hareas 

Public Accounting 

Katherine Haritos 

Personnel Management 



Michael Harrington 

Political Science 

Thomas Hennessey 

Production Management 

Rocio Hernandez 

Biology 



Deborah Hill 

Biology 

Lori Hilson 

Marketing 

Nelda Hislop-Lawrence 

Psychology 



165 



Kevin Hogg 

Political Science 

Anne Houle 

Mathematics and Computer Science 

Jocelyn Howard 

Applied Psychology 



Michael Huspek 

Chemistry 

Sheila Ilagan 

Biology 

Marcos Iza 

Psychology 



Tanya Jackson 

Psychology 

Paul Jagielo 

Biology 

Smita Jain 

Biology 



Marian Jana 

Mathematics 

Susan M. Jason 

Biology 

Anne Marie Johnson 

Communication Arts 



John Johnson 

Criminal Justice 

Kathleen Johnson 

Finance 

Timothy A. Johnson 

Public Accounting 



166 





iMiM 



Bruce McCulloch Jones 

Management Information Systems 

Leslie Jorges 

Biology 

Yvonne Kaminski 

Criminal Justice 



Renee Kamradt 

Education and Psychology 

Lynn Kantzavelos 

Biology 

Kevin Kavanagh 

Accounting 



Eileen Kelly 

Biology 

Elizabeth Kentros 

Psychology 

Evanthia Kirkos 

Political Science and Communication Arts 



Daniel Kissinger 

Political Science 

Jerome Klafta 

Physics 

James Klauss 

Political Science 



Robert Klimczak 

English 

Gregg Klovens 

Political Science 

Thomas Knorr 

Accounting 



167 



Daniel Koehler 

Physios 

Christine Kohl 

Communication Arts and English 

Joseph Kokoska 

Biology 



John Korpics 

Chemistry 

Micheline Kos 

Fine Arts 

Tom Kougias 

Political Science 



Robert Kuehn 

Biology 

Patricia Kuper 

Computer Science 

Susan Kurzydlo 

English and Political Science 



Dawn Kusch 

Spanish 

Anne-Judith Lambert 

Criminal Justice 

Diane Landow 

Public Accounting 



Catherine Lane 

Applied Psychology and Education 

Emery Langmar 

English 

Alicia Lara 

Spanish 



168 





Elaine Lee 

Biology 

John A. Leligdon 

Psychology 

Steven Leuthner 



Elvia Leverson 

Applied Psychology 

Ronald Lewis 

Biology 

Vera Lewis 

Communication Arts 



Pauline K. Little 

Fine Arts 

Magdalena Lomas 

Education and Spanish 

Laura Lopez 

Criminal Justice 



Carlene Lorenz 

Accounting 

Sandra Loyola 

Marketing 

Matthew R. Ludick 

Social Work 



Timothy Lund 

Accounting 

Mercedes Luque-Rosales 

History 

John Lydon 

History 



169 



Donna Machalica 

Marketing 

Denise Macias 

Biology 

Karen Magid 

Biology 



Lynne Magnavite 

Theatre 

Ksenija Majcen 

Computer Science 

Lisa Manfredini 

Psychology 



David Manglano 

Marketing 

Robert A. Marini 

Chemistry 
m/Philosophy 

Robert Markowski 

Public Accounting 



Leslie Marshall 

Biology and Theology 

Lucio Martinez 

Biology 

Neyda Martinez 

Spanish 



Leonard Marturano 

Communication Arts 

Marilyn Lund Marturano 

Criminal Justice 

Paul C. Marx 

Biology 




170 




Luciano Mastrolia 

Political Science 

Lawrence R. Matthews 

English 

Martin Matus 

Psychology 



Mary Ann Mazza 

Mathematics and Computer Science 

Mary McDonagh 

Communication Arts 

James M. McGrath 

Biology 



Maureen McGregor 

Psychology 

Deirdre McGuire 

Communication Arts 

Margaret McNally 

Finance 



Scott McWilliams 

Psychology 

Carmen Mendoza 

Psychology 

Vince Menella 

Finance 



William Merges 

Production Management 

Michele Messmer 

Theatre 

Georgia Michaels 

French and Biology 



171 



Maria Mikula 

Communication Arts 

Rasa Miliauskas 

Psychology 

Hector Millan 

Criminal Justice and Spanish 



Faith Mimnaugh 

Theology and Communication Arts 

Arden Miner 

Psychology 

Marybelle Mittenthal 

Biology 



Jorge Montes 

Communication Arts 

Michele Moore 

Finance 

John Moran 

Communication Arts 



Lisa Morris 

History and Anthropology 

Roberta Muldoon 

Biology 

Michael Mulligan 

English 



Kevin Murphy 

Psychology 

Veronica Murphy 

Computer Science 

Diana Najar 

Communication Arts and English 



172 





Gerriann Neuwirth 

Biology 

Kristin Niemczyk 

Spanish 
m/English 

Lucy Niewiadomski 

Mathematics 



Rubie Ninan 

Marketing 

Nancy Norton 

Psychology 

Francis Novacek 

Mathematics and Computer Science 



Susan Novak 

Psychology 

Nancy Lyn Nowakowski 

Sociology 

Gregg Odway 

Political Science 



Cheryl A. Olken-Patrick 

Political Science 

Kathleen O'Malley 

Public Administration and Political 
Science 

Luciano Orta 

Biology 



Dave Ostrowski 

Psychology 

Jeanne Palermo 

English and Communication Arts 

Patricia L. Panek 

Biology 



173 



Tom Pannke 

Biology 

Demetria Papadopoulos 

Finance 

Ellen Papagianis 

Biology 



Janelle Parker 

Criminal Justice 

Michael Pateras 

Biology 

Timothy Patton 

Social Work 



Stephen Paul 

Management Information Systems 

Karl Paulius 

Biology 

Kevin Pechous 

Biology 



Gilda Perdomo 

Psychology 

Donato Perretta 

Accounting 

Daniel Pizzato 

Economics 



Timbolin Pollard 

Psychology 

Bruce Privatsky 

Biology 

James Prosiliakos 

History 




174 




Steven Pyke 

Finance 

Kathleen Quinn 

Public Accounting 

Valerie B. Radomski 

Communication Arts 



Ravender K. Raju 

Psychol ogy 

Marcelle Ramirez 

Finance 

Victoria Redden 

Education 



Gina T. Reddus 

Political Science 

Maura Redmond 

Marketing 

Christine Reichstetter 

German 



Patrick Reid 

Computer Science 

Margaret Reidy 

Finance 

Sean Reilly 

Communication Arts 



Zoriana Remeniuk 

Political Science 

Henry Repay 

Political Science and Computer Science 

Helen Riddick 

Psychology and Sociology 



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Allen Rodriguez 

Public Administration 

Millicent Rodriguez 

Criminal Justice 

Patricia Rodriguez 

Biology 



Mary Rogan 

Finance 

Mary Elizabeth Roman 

Mathematics and Computer Science 

Robert Rose 

Economics 



Murray Rosenberg 

Political Science 

Ruben Rucoba 

English 

Renee Rudnick 

Commuication Arts 



Thomas Russo 

Finance 

Vita Russo 

Communication Arts 

Alfonso Saballett Jr. 

Psychology 



Isabella M. Sacca 

Political Science and French 

Nohra Sanclemente 

Education 

Mariza Santiano 

Marketing 



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Marta Santiago 

Sociology and Criminal Justice 

Michael Sapienza 

Communication Arts 

Elizabeth Scarano 

Communication Arts 



Karen Schaper 

Theology 

Jeannine Schurkamp 

Psychology 

Louise Sclafani 

Biology 



Paul-Eric Seal 

History and English 

Robert Severson 

Mathematics and Computer Science 

Melanie Seymore 

Personnel Management 



Naghma Shabih 

Mathematics 

Maryann Shack 

Spanish 

Janice Sienko 

Computer Science 



Sharon Simmons 

Biology 

Steven L. Slowik 

English 

MaryEllen M. Smajo 

Physics 



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Brenda Small 

Political Science 

Loraine M. Smith 

Communication Arts 

Mary T. Smith 

Communication Arts 



Mathhew Smith 

Communication Arts 

Norman Smith 

Finance 

Jean Smolen 

Finance 



Donna Soger 

Psychology 

Anthony Sommese 

Chemistry 

Salvatore F. Sparacino 



Michael Speth 

History 

John Spina 

Political Science 

Robert Stepen 

Marketing 



Danita Steward 

Marketing 

Tresa Strong 

Political Science 

James Sugel 

Applied Psychology 



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John Susberry 

History 

m/Phys. Education 

Maria Swiatkiewicz 

Chemistry 

Margaret Taylor 

Accounting 



James W. Teevans 

History and Political Science 

Robert M. Tenuta 

Communication Arts 

Stephanie Thomas 

Public Accounting 



Scott Tomassi 

Personnel Management 

Dawn Tonyan 

Marketing 

Sandra Toro 

Sociology 



Monica G. Triplett 

Criminal Justice 

Angelo Tsagalis 

Political Science 

Mary Uckerman 

Biology 



Guita Vahdani 

Chemistry 

John Vaikutis 

Biology 

Catherine Valente 

Biology 



Julie Valeriano 

Biology 

Peter Vaselopulos 

Biology 

Lourdes T. Vidal 

Personnel Management 



Gail Vreugdenhil 

Psychology 

Jocelyn Walters 

Communication Arts 

Katherine Warpeha 

Biology 



Sandra B. Warren 

Accounting 

Gwendolyn Washington 

Accounting 

Mark Wawrzak 

Biology 



Deborah Weber 

Psychology 

Peggy Wholey 

Marketing 

Mary Kay Willas 

Public Accounting 



Stephanie Wisch 

Criminal Justice 

Barbara Wnuk 

Criminal Justice 

Peggy Wolski 

English 



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Sandra D. Wood 

Psychology 

Susan Wroble 

Marketing 

Deffie Wynn 

Communication Arts 



Jackson Yang 

Marketing 

Olga Zapata 

Computer Science 

John R. Zinke Jr. 

Political Science 



Ruth Cesnauskas 

Public Accounting 

Rick Godawa 

Finance 

Ruth Resendez 

Finance 



The 1986 Loyolaa contains portraits of students scheduled to graduate 
during the 1986 school year; ie. the January 12, 1986 Mid-Year 
Convocation as well as the 160th Annual Commencement on May 25, 
1986 at Medinah Temple, Chicago, Illinois. Every student had ample 
opportunity to have their portrait taken; failure to have done so is of 
the student's own doing. Therefore, the exclusion of a student is not 
to be taken as indication of his official status as a non-graduate, nor 
is the inclusion of a student to be taken as certification of his official 
status as a graduate. Information pertaining to a student's area of 
concentration, or lack of such, was based on the information provided 
by the student at his sitting time. If subsequent search for this 
information was not successful, no major is listed. 

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SCHOOL OF LAW 



* Suzanne Haraburd Anlcb 

* Christine M. Arden 

* Karen L. Bass 

* Peter J. Brennan 

* Mary Bucaro 

* Michael C. Caulfield 

* Rlohard Gene Cook, Jr. 

* Louis John Covotsos 

* Loretta Marie Davis 

* Ronald H. Engler 

* David B. Freeman 

* Thayer James Herte 

* Kathleen Fitzgerald Howlett 

* Bruce N. Johnson II 

* Edward Kahng 

* Mark Thomas Kobelinski 

* Salvatore J. LaBarbera 

* Paul L. Langer 

* John A. Lewis 

* Jay Soott Leyden 

* Margaret Carter Ludewig 

* Montgomery William Mackey 

* Molly Clark Mason 

* Michael A. McPartlin 

* Patrloia A. Merwick 

* Christina Mundy 

* Evon Sue Olson 

* John Francis Ormsby 

* Julie Parker 
Rolando R. Acosta 
Bennett P. Applegate 
Louis W. Baker 
Katherine Baransky 
Martin Phillip Barr 
Clifford E. Berman 
Ernest William Beutel 
Katherine M. Blgane 
Daniel R. Bourke 
Robert A. Bower 
Mark Stephen Boyle 
Susan J. Bradshaw 
Timothy Scott Breems 
Barrle Lalne Brejcha 
Dawn Marie Breseman 
Joan Harlow Burger 
Cynthia N. Burman 
Carol A. Carlson-Nofsinger 
Leonard Carnevale 

Jane Shelley Carroll 
Robert D. Casey, Jr. 
Gery J. Chico 
Yo-Ooh Oga Cho 
Mark Robert Chudacoff 
Barbara J. Clark 
Robin Burnham Clawson 
David Charles Cohen 
Sam Confortl 
Kevin C. Connor 
Hilda Constance Contreras 
Kathryn Marie Cremerlus 
Daniel John Cronin 
Patrioia Marie Cronin 
Laura M. Culley 
Diane Margaret Curry 
Marybeth Cyze 
Joseph E. Daudish 
Susan Jennifer Davis 
Kathellen M. Dedmon 
Bradley Steven Dimond 
Joan E. Disls 
Alta Jo Draut 
David C. Dunkln 
Nikola M. Durio 
Robert Earl Feldgreber 



Valerie Jen Feldman 
Margret Dolan Fllss 
Michael L. Foran 
James Marohese Forkins, Jr. 
Tammi Kay Franke 
Barbara Ellyn Freeman 
Michael Edward Fryzel 
Joseph Michael Gabriel 
John Santo Gallo 
Peter J. Ganoer 
Nanoy Jean Gannon 
Sharon Lynne Gaull 
Mary Elizabeth Gill 
Elliot Howard Goldman 
Karla Bermn Goldman 
Michael P. Goldman 
Mary Elizabeth Gill 
Elliot Howard Goldman 
Karla Berman Goldman 
Michael P. Goldman 
Mary Frances M. Goodman 
Judith Angela Grant 
Kenneth David Greisman 
Scott D. Gudmundson 
Laura L. Guzlk 
Patrick Joseph Harrington 
Threrese M. Harris 
John James Hartman 
Keith R. Haug 
Donald John Hayden 
Brian Michael Hechinger 
Elizabeth Bettner Hegel 
Seth Milton Hemming 
Wendy Ann Hesse 
Thomas R. Hill 
James Riohard Hopkinson 
Laurie Deitelbaum Jaffe 
Jenine M. Jiganti 
Jennifer Jerit Johnson 
Gregory H. Jordan 
Cheryl A. Kehoe 
Robert Joseph Kelly 
Curtis Michael Kendall 
Karen Anne Kerbis 
Rhonda Lynn Kerns 
Debra Ann Klassman 
Thomas Jay Knuth 
Daina Elena Kojelis 
Steven Andrew Kozicki 
Lisa Marie Kraemer 
Paul E. Kralovec 
Donna Marie Krier 
Kathleen Marie Krist 
James A. Leahy 
Lawrence Robert LaLuzerne 
Kim A. Lambert 
Andrew Jay Lansing 
Robert Emmett Lee, Jr. 
Alan David Lev 
Brian William Lewis 
Joseph C. Loran 
Joel Robert Lubell 
Miohael Jay Marovich 
Miohael John Martin 
Mark Dale Mathewson 
Patriok William McDivitt 
Aleowyn Catherine Metti 
Lloyd K. Meyer 
Elizabeth P. Moenning 
Mark Moktarian 
Richard Monahan 
Antoinette D. Moore 
Connie M. Munk, Ph.D. 
Kathleen Marie Murphy 



Robert Jospeh Musur 
David Glenn Nadig 
Lorellen Kay Nausner 
James Merrill Neuman 
Phyllis J. Newman 
Virginia Goodridge Nicholson 
John William Noel 
Denise Marie Norton 
Patricia A. Oakley 
Kathleen Ann O'Connor 
Rosanne Therese Ossey 
Mark Timothy O'Toole 
Vickie L. Pasley 
Regina Goulding Paul 
Donna Marie Pawlikowski 
Paul Farley Pedlgo 
Bruce Leigh Perlin 
Elizabeth A. Pitrof 
James Patrick Powers 
Susan Wyandt Prout 
Daniel G. Quinn 
Marquerite Quinn 
Elizabth Jane Reidy 
Norman Rifkind 
Joan Regina Riley 
Gregg Alan Robbert 
Tamara Rodgers 
Nancy Ginsberg Ross 
Robert C. Roth 
Paul Joseph Napoleon Roy 
Morton Jay Rubin 
Jeffrey S. Ryan 
Steven Miohael Scholl 
Charles F. Schultz III 
Anne E. Seman 
Suzanne LaBeau Shier 
Yalr Shoham 
Darryl Belmonte Simko 
John Anthony Simon 
Conrad Joseph Skonieczny 
Helen Skoulikas 
Bonnie Meyer Sloan 
Randall Lee Smith 
Mary Elizabeth Spalding 
Marie Dineen Spicuzza 
Linda S. Stinehart 
Sandra L. Story 
David Alan Sturms 
H. Wesley Sunu 
Phillip Taxman 
John MacKay Tingley 
Allen Isaac Tish 
Lori Gene Tracer 
James Edmund Tyrell 
Werner Ulrloh 
David J. Viner 
Gloria Jean Walach 
Brian Francis Walsh 
Laura C. Wardinskl 
Timothy L. Warren 
Jeanette Marie Watson 
James Scully Watts II 
Sherie Lynn Welsberg 
Jean Marie Whalen 
Jinhee Kim Wilde 
Susan Reedy Williams 
Soott Wesley Wilton 
Carolyn E. Winter 
Thomas R. Woodrow 
Barbara Ann Yokovich 
Fadi Zanayed 
Nidal Z. Zayed 
Robert Lawrence Zeman 
Haralyn H. Zimmerman 



Social Work 



Colette Marie Ahlberg 
Susan Lynn Bernard 
Leah Boettcher 
Nancy Broering 
Ellen Grout Calderini 
Joan Lamb Callahan 
Rita Jane Catanzarite 
Sharon Robinson Chambers 
Lynne Copper Dace 
Laurie S. Danch 
Michael H. Doman 
Janice D. Dugan 
Victoria M. Duran 
Debra Helane Ellis 
Cynthia A. Oallo 
Joyce R. Oettleman 
Margaret D. Gier 
Carol Gordon 
Nancy Linda Goren 
Corinne Grichnick 
Vicki Hadaway RSM 



Nancy Schulter Hartman 

Velve Lee Heraty 

Joanne Marie Hessmiller-Trego 

Barbara Hoffman 

Francine C. Inbinder 

Nancy Jarecki 

Janice Ann Kluczynski 

Diane Landi 

Evelyn P. Laurel 

Anne Elizabeth Lemming 

Joan Irene LePontois 

Madalyn Loris Less 

Shari Futorian Lichtenstein 

Cheryl Lynn Logan 

Phillip . Lund 

Donna M. Malocha 

Carole Sue Mark 

Maryellen McGreevey 

Judith Much 

Michelle A. Murray 

Tamara Leigh Newell 



Patricia Collins Nibbio 

Mary Elizabeth Pigatti 

Susan W. Polachek 

Marilyn Fields Polsky 

Teresa M. Rathslag 

Dale E. Reid 

Lee Ann Rodin 

Sr. Beth M. Ruder DC 

Kathleen Ann Ryan 

Nancy Downey Sandack 

Yvonne J. Peterson Sanders 

Kim Ann Schillinger 

Anita Oi-Ching Sit 

Jacqueline Ott Slutzky 

Diane Williams Sowa 

Arlyn Patti Stern 

Lory Jean Stime 

Roberta H. Baker Tenner 

Toni R. Thomas-Steed 

Catherine Ann Wolick-Astigarraga 

Phyllis Marie Zaworski 



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PATRONS 



Ouido Almeida 

David and Patricia Banasiak 

Maribeth O. Bialko 

Steve Billimack 

Ricardo Bird 

Kristall Booker 

William C. Brozovich 

Ronald J. Burton 

Susan Busiel 

Steven A. Davidson 

Mrs. Frank DeTrana 

Kristi DePaola 

Denise M. Dillon 

Desiree C. Eckert 

Johnny R. Ellison 

Micah Horan 

Nahlah Jawad 

Nick Kalogeresis 

Wm. D. and Lois M. Kuehn 

Donald A. LaChapelle, Jr. 

Elizabeth Lough 

Beatrice M. Mack 

Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Martine 

Mary Anne McSweeney '87 

Oabriella Michelon 

Caroline Miller 

Lynn M. Monzella 

Diane Moore 

Daniel P. Nikolic 

Lisa Lyn Nowak 

Donna L. O'Keefe 

The Charles T. O'Reilly Family 

Kathleen Ann Phillips 

James G. Podliska 

Kattie L. Pollard 

Reta D. Tampa 

Brian R. Theilsen 

K. Van Spankeren Family 

Gregory Weclaw 

James J. Yaniz 



Co-Editor's Notes 



"The harvest will indeed be great, but 
the laborers will be few." Well, the 1985 
Loyolan is not exactly the grand volume 
we had initially envisioned; yet, the quote 
still applies. This year was something of 
a rebirth for the Loyolan. When I became 
Co-Editor in October, Maria Elena and I 
were trying to rebound from a disap- 
pointing '84 edition of the book. In spite 
of a relatively small and inexperienced 
staff, and several setbacks throughout 
the year, we persisted in the large task 
of putting together a yearbook. We were 
often tempted to throw in the towel; yet, 
I believe that we saw the significance of 
producing a photographic record of 1985 
at Loyola unlike the other publications, 
we only get one shot at glory. While most 
people enjoyed their summer vacation, we 
spent our time volunteering here in the 
office. We hope that you can appreciate 
the time and effort that goes into 
publications of this kind. 

As stated on our order form, "The theme 
of the 1985 Loyolan is PERSPECTIVES. 
Our goal is to capture the many diverse 
aspects of the 1985 Loyola community 
and synthesize them into a single 
publication. Every person associated with 
Loyola makes up this picture. In our 
opening, no one person or organization 
can reflect such a picture . . . We make 
this book for and about you. Therefore, 
we as fellow students ask for your 
support in this great undertaking." This 
was an enormous goal indeed. 

The organization ran on the assumption 
that people work best when they are 
allowed to express themselves creatively. 
It was our intention that people give us 
their perspectives of Loyola, and we, the 
editors would try to make everything fit 
together in a somewhat logical fashion. 
The book you see before you, is a 
compilation of the perspectives of those 
people who were willing to share them. 
Although we can take some of the 
responsibility for the absence of certain 
groups or events, a certain burden must 
also rest on the student body as well. 

People who work on a yearbook staff need 
a high level of motivation. There is a 
simple reason for this — There are no 
immediate rewards for our work, in the 
sense that we don't get to see the finished 
product for almost a year. Because of 
this, yearbook staffs generally have a 
small circle of super-dependable people 
(see quote) a large group of part-time 



workers, as well as some drifters. Many 
people put in an enormous amount of 
time, yet they get little recognition. At 
this time, I want to make it known that 
everyone's contributions were truly 
appreciated. Though the book was 
actually produced by a small number of 
people many others helped in a greater 
or lesser extent. I want to give them 
special mention here: First of all I want 
to thank my Co-Editor MARIA ELENA 
OLVERA. Maria had much more exper- 
ience than I, in yearbook production. She 
was essential in the completion of the 
book. Not only did she set the important 
dates, and know all about the technical 
and aesthetic aspects of the book, she has 
been a friend — someone who could put 
up with my senseless phonecalls and my 
frequently bizarre behavior. (Crickets, 
they're taking over the world!) What can 
I say? Next I want to thank our photo 
editor ROB WOLF. He always tried, the 
best he could to control his staff. Thanks 
DAN MURPHY for filling in for Rob and 
the frequent company in the office. There 
are few people so intrigued by their own 
photography. Other contributors of 
photos were MARY BEAUREGARD, 
JENNY ARCHBOLD, LENETTE REN- 
IER, ANGELA HARKLESS, MARY ANN 
JOHNSON, and FRED ZAGONE S.J. 
Layout is next with SHARON GREENE. 
I didn't see much of her, but I'm sure she 
accomplished something. Liza 

"Timewarp" Pilch aka. "Blondie" was 
another personable staff member. 
Another special girl was LARA MILLER. 
From day-one at orientation she ex- 
pressed interest in the book. Depite some 
strong differences of opinion, we man- 
aged to get along well. Stick with it. 




Copy is another important part of the 
book. I want to thank STACY SCHNEBLE 
and SUZETTE JELINEK for doing what 
they could in light of their other 
obligations. A very special 'thank you' to 
NORA CAPONIGRI, a transfer student 
who not only wrote some heart-felt copy 
but took time off to come in over the 
summer. The same goes for SOPHIA 
DRIVALAS. My warmest thanks to both 
of you. 

Additional thanks to MARTIE NIBLICK, 
Photo Editor of the PHOENIX, for the 
basketball shots and your priceless 
persistence. Thanks ANNA P. for the 
custom designed ads and VAUGHN VAN 
DOLAH for always finding me ad space 
at the last minute. Thanks also to the rest 
of the PHOENIX for letting me hang out 
when I wanted to escape my yearbook 
problems. The same goes for TOM 
PURCELL, editor of CADENCE. There 
was nothing quite like our discussions 
about the Velvet Underground, Monty 
Python, not to mention the critiques of 
Cadence submissions. 

I don't know how we can thank advisor 
Sr. CAROL HAUSER OSU. Besides 
serving as the director of University 
Ministry at WTC, she performed in a 
two-fold capacity as our faculty advisor 
and our budget advisor. She acted far 
beyond the call of duty. Her dedication 
to the book, her tactfulness in dealing 
with our photography studio and our 
publisher, and her willingness to help 
were greatly appreciated. Thanks to 
everyone else in the WTC Ministry office: 
JOHN PELRINE, Fr. MIKE CODY SSC 
Fr. JIM HASTINGS SSC, MARY BIRR, 
and especially SUE MILLER. She had no 
idea what would happen when I estab- 
lished a "Branch-office" in MC #306. 
Thank you for putting up with us. A 
special thanks to Dr. CHARLES A. 
TAYLOR, our past advisor, for getting 
those great deals on the contracts and his 
continued concern and support. 

We also need to extend thanks to 
everyone in Student Services — their 
support was essential. Thank you: Ms. 
MARIETTE LeBLANC, Vice President 
for Student Services; THOMAS ADAMS, 
Dean of Students, LSC; Dr. JOAN 
STEINBRECHER, Dean of Students, 
WTC; and JAMES WHITEHEAD. Dean 



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of Students, LUMC. Thanks to Director 
of Student Activities at LSC. CASI 
SHORTER, and at WTC, GORDON 
STIEFEL for demonstrating your con- 
cern for the success of the student 
organizations. Thanks to all the secretar- 
ies, especially SABRINA RAJENDRAN, 
for the friendly greeting every morning, 
and LISA KRAL at Medical Center for 
her generous help in getting the 
composites we needed. Thanks to Dr. 
RUTH McGUGAN, and all the other 
members of the Publications Board; 
especially BROTHER MICHAEL GRACE 
S.J. and Dr. ALAN HAGER for their 
defense of the yearbook when its future 
was uncertain. Thanks to LORAYNE 
BANTA and JILL LUCIE from the School 
of Nursing for their help. RICK ROMANO 
and WILLIAM BIKE of the Public 
Relations Department also helped in 
getting some graduation pictures. 
Thanks to all the patrons and everyone 
I've known throughout this year — you 
have all been important to me. 

Thank you ROBERT MOOREHEAD, our 
representative from WALSWORTH 
PUBLISHING for your flexibility. Your 
company is a very special one. Thank you 
GERALD SCHNEIDER, our representa- 
tive from DELMA STUDIOS (Yearbook 
Associates). Portrait photographers were 
RON ROMAN and JOE GRIFFIN. Best 
wishes to NANCY KOSTRO, Editor in 
Chief of the 1986 LOYOLAN. Thank you 
for carrying on a Loyola tradition. My 
advice is simple: Plan ahead, then get 
some rest — I fear you'll need it. The 
backbone of a yearbook is its financial 
status, and we the staff must raise the 
great majority of the funds ourselves. 
Being a business major helped me in my 
dual role as Business Manager, but I 
must also thank DIANE RAMAN my 
Business Relations Manager for writing 
those unique business letters up at the 
pool on seventeen. Thanks PATSY 
MORAN For assisting both of us. JASI 
"You big galooka" ALLEN and NORA 
TIDD helped also. Others worthy of 
mention are JOHN CESARIO, SUE 
KOCHLEFL, and SUE DZIAK. Even 



though he graduated last year, John 
cheerfully returned to help us every now 
and then. His entertaining presence 
helped us through some terribly boring 
tasks — like stuffing the undergrad 
mailings. Sue of LSGA was new to the 
publications this year, but her concern 
for our success was very much appreciat- 
ed. Next is Sue Dziak who is probably 
very surprised to see herself mentioned 
here. Her friendly prodding "C'mon 
Mike, this is MY book — make it a good 
one" also helped to motivate me at times 
I felt like quitting. (Let me know if you 
make it to Fenwick.) I also want to thank 
some members of the other student 
publications. First of all, I want to 
acknowledge DIANA NAJAR, Editor- 
in-Chief of the Phoenix for her friendly 
support as long as I have known her. 
Special mention to the lunchtime crazies 
in LT 1612; namely sensitive and 
inspirational SOPHIA DRIVALAS, frank 
but caring DANI AVALLONE, and the 
mysterious Irish yanger JAMES GIL- 
LESPE. They, along with PAUL "Baloon- 
o" Dizadji PwD., helped me keep my 
sanity (This is not meant to discourage 
students from particiapting in student 
organizations — the experience can be 
very rewarding.) We believe the 1985 
LOYOLAN is an improvement over the 
1984 edition. Nancy, may you continue 
this trend and make the 1986 edition the 
best ever. 

Finally, I want to thank TANGERINE 
DREAM for the music. The groups 
electronic wizardry often annoyed others, 
but those sensual synthesizers soothed my 
soul ('How's that for alliteration?) I 
apologize if I neglected anyone, but you 
know in your heart, what you have done. 

The seal of the book bears the letters 
A.M.D.G. (For the greater glory of God). 
The book is dedicated accordingly. At this 
time I would like to further dedicate this 
book to the memory of Fr. FRANCIS L. 
FILAS S.J. an expert on the Shroud of 
Turin and a past professor of mine who 
passed away this year. Also, to my 
grandfather, Mr. HUGO KABBE, who 



never lived to see the completion of this 
book. 

Continuing on a serious note, I think that 
we should consider the world in which we 
now live. Time for another quote: "Going 
on means going far; going far means 
returning." Many of us have now 
graduated and entered the "University of 
Life." May we use the "education of the 
total person" we received here as a firm 
foundation for our future — we will 
return to it always. We may feel comfort 
in the fact tht we have a degree in hand, 
yet, we must realize that we are now 
obliged to use it in service of others. For 
with knowledge comes responsibility. 



In the 1980s, where the "trivial pursuits" 
of materialistic "yuppies" are prominent, 
may the Jesuit ideal of service prompt us 
to correct the injustices of our present 
world situation: Hunger is rampant, in 
Ethiopia as well as our own city; racial 
segregation prevails in South Africa, 
confusion in Central America, hatred in 
the Middle East. We are faced with a 
technological explosion — where it will 
lead us needs yet to be seen. We are faced 
with nuclear annhilation and environ- 
mental disaster; abortion, capital punish- 
ment, and discrimination are still 
acceptable. This year 48 states re-elected 
President Ronald Reagan: a man who 
plans for the militarization of space, a 
man who calls for a Second American 
Revolution. A man who jokingly com- 
ments that he will begin bombing Russia 
in five minutes. Only time can tell where 
our present course will take us — let us 
hope the choices we make today are the 
correct ones. We must not only look for 
leaders and role-models — we must now 
become them. My intention is not to 
discourage, but to challenge. Although 
the situation may appear to be dark, our 
generation still has a chance to change 
it — let's act while we still can. May you 
do as God would have you do. Peace and 
Love. Yours, 

michael a. jean 
Co-editor in chief 
loyolan yearbook 1985 



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