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Table of Contents 
Opening 2 



Seniors 26 



Underclassmen 52 



Academics 60 



Organizations 74 



Greeks 



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Sports 114 

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1992 

Quittapahilla 

Lebanon Valley College 

Annvllle, PA 17003 

Volume 77 



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Live for Today 

Dream for 
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Learn from 
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1991 HOMECOMING COURT 



Lebanon Valley College's Homecoming weekend, held 
October 11, 12, 13, was full of activities for everyone 
on campus. 

The celebration opened with a bonfire and pep rally 
Friday night, preparing the Valley for the following 
day's game against Albright. During the festivities, Joe 
Curran was crowned Homecoming King. 
On Saturday morning, the tradtional Homecoming 
Campus Carnival was held in the Social Quad, in 
conjunction with the annual Homecoming parade. 
Many students and alumni turned out to visit the 
booths sponsered by college organizations. 
During halftime, the members of the Homecoming 
court made an appearance, and Danielle Fetters was 
crowned the Homecoming Queen. 
The activites of Homecoming Weekend were rounded 
out by the student play "An Evening of the Super- 
natural, Through a Shattered Looking Glass". 




1991 Homecoming Queen Danielle Fetters, escorted by Frank 
Heilman. 




Reigning 1990 Homecoming Queen, Lynn smith prepares 
to crown her successor. 



Candidate Stacey Straub is escorted by Leon Motz. 




Candidate Christa VVachinski and escort David wright. 



Candidate Sue Sarisky and escort |oe Shermeyer . 




Candidate Jennifer Peters and escort Chuck Funk. 



Candidate Julie Fredrick and escort Corey Leiby. 



"HOMECOMING ACTIVITIES" 




Gamma Sig enters the Homecoming Parade with their May Day float. 




The pie throwing booth was a popular attaction. 



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Spanish Club sells Eurobars at the Homecoming 
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Here comes the parade! 



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CHRISTMAS IN THE VALLEY 




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LVC THEATRE 
PRESENTS. . . 



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Two highlights to LVC's theater world during the 1991-92 theater season 
were the ever popular and highly-attended Homecoming Play and Win- 
ter Play. When the students responsible for organizing the annual 
Homecoming Play sat down and began to banter, first-time director Troy 
Neidermyer firmly expressed his desire to create something uniquely 
thought-provoking. After collaborating with the producer, contracting a 
choreographer to open the show, and inviting local thespian, Richard 
Wilson, to guest direct part of the show, the event was eventually titled, 
"Through a Shattered Looking Glass: An Evening of the Supernatural." 
After much hard work and dedication, the totally unpredictable en- 
tertainment challenged the audience to leave reality at the theater doors 
and to experience something unusual. From a light and sound spec- 
tacular of dance to the twisted ironies of jusitice in "Hello Out There," 
starring Rob Gale and Steph Allen, to the unknown whereabouts of 
Stanley created Rachel Merritt, to the confusing nature of "It," featuring 
John Black, to the existential dilemma of "Do," starring Stacy Gilbert 
and Brigette Cuffia, and to the on-the-edge-of-your-seat suspense of 
"Monkey's Paw," featuring Andy Hostetler and Jenn Hansen, the au- 
dience was shocked, thrilled, and delighted. The unearthly reading of 
Edgar Allen Poe's "The Raven" completed the suspensful Homecoming 
Play. 

In 1963, Neil Simon told the story of fun-loving Corie Bratter and her 
conservative husband, lawyer Paul Bratter, in his classic comedy, 
"Barefoot in the Park." On the weekend of Februaury 7,8, and 9, 1992, 
Alpha Psi Omega presented its version of the show, with the "good old" 
hole in the skylight, Knichi, and Uzu. Corrie and Paul find their 
"lovenest" disintegrating as the two begin to feel that they have nothing 
in common. Trouble brews when Corie, played by Brigette Cuffia, tries 
to play matchmaker for her mother, Mrs. Banks, played by Sarah 
Thompson, by arranging a blinddate with the eccentric upstairs neigh- 
bor, Victor Velasco, played by Shawn Weigel. Paul, performed by Troy 
Neidermyer, regards this as a fasco and the young couple begin a quarrel 
in which they both say things which they soon regret. Eventually, they 
resolve their differences and Victor, Ethel, Corie, and Paul begin an 
interesting relationship. There were also appearances by John Gross, the 
telephone man, and William Trexler, as the exhausted delievery man, 
both of whom added to this comedic play. 



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WORLD EVENTS 



Biosphere 2 Experiment Begun 




A sealed structure of steel and glas 
will be "home" for two years to fou 
men and four women. The structure 
called Biosphere 2, is about the size c 
2V2 football fields and contains all ne 
cessities of life. For two years, nothin 
will be introduced from the outside. 

In addition to the humans, Bic 
sphere houses 5 ecosystems and 3,80 
species of plants and animals. Thi 
$100 miliion project hopes to be th 
model for other self-sufficient env: 
ronments. Planets other than Eart 
may one day be the base for simila 
structures. 



Kuwait Oil Well Fires Burn 

Firefighters were unprepared for the sight they were met with 
in Kuwait - scores of oil wells sending plumes of red and orange 
flames. Oil lakes and soot blackened the sand. During the seven- 
month Iraqi occupation of Kuwait, more than 730 oil wells were 
damaged or set ablaze. Oil experts say that if the present effort to 
clean up 8.5 oil wells a day continues, the wells should be 
capped before the end of the year, earlier than the projected date 
of March 1992. 




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Coup in 
Soviet Union 

Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev 
and his family were placed under 
house arrest in the Crimea on August 
19, 1991, as an eight-man emergency 
committee led by Vice President Gen- 
nady Yanayev took power in a coup 
attempt in the Soviet Union. Boris 
Yeltsin called on Russians to resist the 
takeover. Constructing a protective 
human wall around Yeltsin's head- 
quarters, his supporters demanded 
Gorbachev's return. 

Eventually, the coup failed and all 
coup leaders were arrested. Freedom 
has come to the Soviet Union. 





Operation Welcome Home 

Desert Storm Commander General H. Norman 
Schwarzkopf gave a thumbs up to the crowd as he made his 
way up Broadway during New York's Operation Welcome 
Home ticker tape parade. Schwarzkopf, General Colin 
Powell and Defense Secretary Dick Cheney were the grand 
marshals of the New York parade, with over 600,000 people 
tunring out to welcome the soldiers home. More than 1 
million people turned out for a welcome home parade in 
Hollywood and an estimated 800,000 viewed the Wash- 
ington parade. 



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WORLD EVENTS 




Hill Awakens Debate 
Over Harassment 

Life has not been the same for law professor 
Anita Hill since going public with allegations 
that Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas 
sexually harassed her nearly a decade ago. 

Although Thomas was confirmed, professor 
Hill insisted that by letting her story be known 
she had accomplished everything she set out to 
do. She hopes that the general public is now 
more aware of sexual harassment. Hill advises 
victims of sexual harassment to find someone 
they can trust and tell them about their ex- 
perience. 



Magic Contracts HIV Virus 

Magic Johnson who has entertained basketball fans for over a 
decade annouced on November 7, 1991, that he had tested positive 
for the HIV virus and was retiring. Johnson has said that he would 
become an AIDS activist and campaign for safe sex. 

More than just a basketball star who led the Lakers to five NBA 
championships, Johnson has been a philanthropist, a prominent 
spokesman, and a role model for young people. 




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Terry Anderson Freed 




Terry Anderson emerged on December 4, 1991, from the dark hole of 6V2 years of captivity in Lebanon and 
was handed over to U.S. officials, ending a brutal hostage ordeal for both himself and the United States. Asked 
what had kept him going in captivity, Anderson, the chief Middle East correspondent for "The Associated 
Press" said it was his compainions, his faith and his stubbornness. 

Anderson, the longest-held Western hostage came to personify the long-running hostage ordeal. He was the 
13th and last American hostage freed since Shiite extremists in 1984 launched a campaign of seizing foreigners 
in Lebanon to drive out Western influence which thy claimed corrupted the nation. Many of the Americans 
were tortured and beaten during their captivity, and three died. 



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SPRING ARTS FESTIVAL 



On April 24, 25, and 26, 1992, Lebanon Val- 
ley College hosted its 22nd Annual Spring Arts 
Festival Weekend. Despite the threat of rain, 
the weekend was a huge success according to 
Mark Benson, student coordinator of the 
event. Along with many alumni, family, and 
friends, members of the community came out 
for the weekend-long celebration. Everyone 
enjoyed the arts, crafts, music, and theater 
performances. 

Featured during the festival were LVC Con- 
cert Choir, Jazz Band, Clarinet Choir, College 
Chorus, and the Hispanic Culture Club Danc- 
ers. Various high school talents were also 
showcased throughout the weekend, includ- 
ing Lebanon High Show Choir and Washing- 
ton High School Steel Drum Band. Camilla 
Schade and Co-Motion thrilled the crowd with 
their impromtu sketches. 

The Spring Arts Festival Committee de- 
serves many congratulations and thanks for an 
excellent job organizing this busy weekend. 
All of their efforts throughout the year made 
this weekend both successful and entertain- 
ing! 




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Spring Arts Committe members display their shirts. 



Dr. Scott performs on bagpipe. 



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LVC students screeve in the Quad. 



Tawni Niklaus sings Jazz. 



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Alumni Chris Frye displays his art. 



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Hola, from the Spanish Club dancers. 



Love is in the air. 




Let's make a necklace! 



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Joesph Alia 
Biology 



Scott A. Askins 
Mathematics 




Erika L. Allen 
Elementary Education 



John W. Barnhart.II 
Elementary Education 



Jonathan L. Anderso 
Chemisti 




Donna L. Beck( 
Psycholof 




Robert W. Bell 
Acturial Science/ Management 



Scott A. Bell 
Chemistry 



Jennifer Benus 
English/Communicatio: 



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Class Of '92 




Iph VV. Bieber II 
ilosophy 



ichael B. Bodine 
inagement/ Psychology 



Ryan Bietsch 
Political Science 



Kimberly A. Bolden 

History/ Secondary Education 




Timothy A. Biltcliff 

Political Science/ Mathematics 




Marianne E. Boltz 
Biology 




mielle L. Bowen 
^counting/ Management 



lohn C. Bowerman 
English Communications 



Daniel E. Boyer 
Music Education 



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Ernie L. Bradley 
Individualized 



fennifer L. Bragunier 
Elementary Education 



Michelle D. Brailsfor 
Psycholog 




Tracey A. Brass 
Elementary Education 




Byron E. Brought 
Psychology 




R. Douglas Brow 
Managemei 




Daniel ]. Bruno 
Biology 



Barbara ). Buchanan 
Elementary Education 



loMarie Cardinal 
Psycholog 



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mgela L. Carl 
accounting/Management 



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Steve Carpenter 
Elementary Education 




Ann \'. Cawley 
Computer Science 




aurie E. Clarke 
ociology 



John B. Conrad 
History 



lohn E. Consugar 
Economics/Management 






liana L. Cook 
lusic Education 



Keith VV. Copenhaver 
English 



Robin Hille Craig 
Social Work 



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Joseph W. Curran, Jr. 
Acturial Science/Economics 



Kristin A. Davis 
Elementary Education 



Timotliy F. Dowling 
History 



Sheryl L. Drake 
Psychobiology 








Gloria K. Dyer 
Biology 



Christopher S. Esh 
Biology 



Nicole L. Denn 
Elementary Educatio 




Rebecca L. Duga 
Social Servic 




Sally A. Peg: 
Music Educatii: 



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Danielle C. Fetters 
Elementary Education 



Christopher J. Ficca 
Management 



Michele Filippone 
Elementarv Education 




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'atricia L. Fleetwood 
English 



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Peter ]. Fodor 
Biolog>' 




Kathryn P, Ford 
English/Secondary Education 




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Cristan L. Foster 
Psychology 





Susanna J. Fowler 
English 



Julie A. Fredrick 
Accounting/Mathematics 



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Larry W. Fry 
Elementary Education 



Amy N. Fulginiti 
Elementary Education 



Charles A. Fun 
Acturial Science/ Ecanomi( 





Kevin M. Gerchufsky 
Chemistry 




Thomas D. Giovianzzo 
Biology/Pre-Med 




Amy L. Glave 
Germa 




Shana F. Godfrey 
Psychology 



Joanne C. Grajewski 
English/Secondary Education 



Peter J. Grindro 
Political Science/Histor 



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Class of '92 






Nicole K. Grove 
Elementary Education 



Pamela S. Grove 
Management 



Gary M. Haertter 
Individualized 




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[ill D. Hamilton 
Elementary Education 



Patricia A. Hammaker 
Business 



lames A. Hargrove, Jr. 
Music Education 




<eith E. Hartman 
Vlanagement Business 



Janice L. Hartz 
Hotel Management 



Amber L. Hegi 
Sociology /Psychology 



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Jamie L. Heintzelman 
Mathematics/Economics 




Nancy J. Herman 
Music Education 





Tadashi Hirohige 
Management 




Holly M. Hendrix 
Music Education 




Dawn R. Hickman 
Elementary Education 




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William A. Hoefling.IV 
Acturial Science 




Brian A. Hen 
Individualizi 




Gregory A. Hij 
Hotel Manageme 







Karina L. Hoffma 
Social Woi 



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Allison A. Ingalls 
Elementarv Education 



ohn G. Jewell 
jOmputer/Psychology 



Charles VV. lohnston 
MBA 



Kenneth H. Jones 
Psychobiology 





'lark A. Kapolka 
liology 



Brad W. Kintzer 
Economics/Management 



Christopher M. Kline 
Management 



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Michele A. Klinsky 
Sociology/English Communications 




Laurie-Ann J. LaBarre 
English 





Troy E. Krall 
Elementary Education 




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Lesley A. Laudermilch 
Music Education 





Michelle A. Kur 




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Biolog 




Corey |. Leiby 
Business Management 



Susan M. Leonard 
Biology 




Cherie N. Lingl 
Recording Technolog 



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Class of '92 




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Kristin L. Maize 
Management 



Stacey M. Marker 

Computer Science/Mathematics 



Eric D, Martin 
Music/Voice Performance 




Michelle G. May 

Secondary Education-English/Spanish 



Thomas ). McCIain 
Management 



Harmon R. McCready 
History 




Pamela J. Merther 
Elementary Education 




Gia R. Moser 
Social Work 



Leon J. Motz 
Political Science 



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Alyson ). Neiswender 
Elementary Education 




Tawni S. Niklaus 
Music Education 



Gary V. Nolai 
Political Scienci 




Philip J.M. Nourie 
English 



Lori A. Nyce 

French/Math 



Tammy S. O'Roarl 
Biolog 




Dena 1. Owen 
Psychology 




Rodney J. Paul 
Math/Economics 





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John P. Perozic 
Biologi 



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Class of '92 




ean R. Reigner 

cturial Science/Economics 





nnifer S. Peters 




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Douglas E. Prowant 
Music Education 



Molly J. Rasmussen 
French 




mes W. Riegeljr. 
ology 



Paula A. Ritter 
Elementary Education 



Karla A. Rittle 
Chemistry 



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Michael C. Rose 
Management 




Lori K. Rothermel 
Chemistry 




Ridgley P. Salti 
Biolof 




Susan Sarisky 
Psychology 



Keith K. Schleicher 
Mathematics 



Deron SchuL 
Englii 




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Stacey L. Seldomridge 
Elementary education 






Angela M. Selsam 
Elemenatry Education 




Kyle A. Serge 
Manageme 



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Kimberly Shaffer 
Management 



Laurabeth Shearer 
Elemetarv Education/German 



William Shellenhammer 
Elementary Education 







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Katharine M. Shenk 
Management 




loe A. Shermeyer 
Elementary Education 





Michelle S. Smith 
Social Work 




Shawn T. Snavely 
Music Education 



Kimberly S. SoUenberger 
Psychology 



Michael L. Spangler 
Accounting/Management 



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Kenethia R. Staley 
Accounting 



Leanne J. Stansfield 
Elementary Education 




Scott R. Steimel 
Individualized 



Kevin L. Stein 
Mathematics/Secondary Education 



leffrey A. Stouter 
Chemistry 



Stacey A. Straub 
Elementary Education 



Kimber Staufenber; 
Psychology 




David H. Stimpsor 
Acturial Sciencf 




Charlisa A. Summer 
American Studiei 



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Class of '92 




<evin J. Sutovich 
"hemistrv 




Diane Tuman 
^sych 'ogy 



liane E. W. Wenser 
nglish Communications 




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Stephen L. Teitelman 
Individualized 



Sarah M. Thompson 
Sociology 




Christa M. Wachinski 
Psychology 



Robert L. S. Weaver 
History 







lanet K. Weston 
General Studies 



Joanna L. Wierman 
Elementary Education 



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Ty E. Wilhide 
Elementary Education 



Roy E. Williams II 
Biology 



James R. Winter 
Economic 





Robert L. Wolfgang III 
Economics 





Scott G. Young 
Acturial Science 



Kristie A. Zangai 
Biolog; 



Douglas M. Zook 
Physics 



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GRADUATION 1992 



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GRADUATION 1992 





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Bullock. Deb 

Conrad. Julie 

Davis, Michele 

Delgada, Susan 

Deppen, Stephanie 



Dickinson, Matthew 

Diehl, RyanM. 

Dulin, Millie 

Dunfee. Brenda 

Eickoff, Steve 



Fero, Ha 

Flamisch, Mark 

Foose, Julia 

Geiss, A. J. 

Hastings, Dave 




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Class of '95 



Krock, Brad 
Lahr. Missy 
Lambert, Rodney 
Lapole, Mark 
Larch. Cynthia 



Lightner. Jen 
Mancino, Peter 
McGinty, Kelly 
Mowerer, Alissa 
Poole, Kevin 



Russel, Roni 
Shaffer, Meredith 
Shuler, Angle 
Snell, Alison 
Sweigart. Tim 




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Adams, Elizabeth 

Blessing, Rebecca 

Bugash, Susan 

Chandler, Christopher 

Duff, Sue 



Gartner, David 
Kapolka, Chris 
Kuhn, Kristine 
Landolfi, Patti 
Lentz, Shay 



Mark, Joanne 

Miller, Tim 

Nastife, Barbara 

Neeld, Katrina 

O'Sulivan, Sarah 



Pike, Doug 

Reed, Regina 

Reeder, Jennifer 

Sanders, Deanna 

Schweers, heidi 



Scianna, Teresa 
Weikel, Nichols 
Willet, Jennifer 
Wolfe, Kathy 
Yamshak, Jodie 



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Batman, Amy 

Benson, Mark 

Bonser. Amy 

Burkert, Wendy 

Butz, Timothy 



Clewell, Amy 

Cline, Brent 

Davis, Vickie 

Dimick, Mark 

Dissinger, Paul 



Engle, Christy 

Folk, Lori 

Green, Jill 

Grass, John 

Hackett, Sean 



Henshaw, Jennifer 

Heilman, Jr., Frank 

Houtz, Michelle 

Hurd, John 

Jones, Ted 



Kriest , Jennifer 

Krpata, Christopher 

Kutz, Greg 

Landis, Marie 

Lee, Shawnee 




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Class of '92 




Martin, Jeffrey 
McElroy, Shawn 
Mohn, Mike 
Moyer, Beth 
Mvers. Denette 



Neidermyer, Troy 
Ogurcak. Jan 
O'Neal, Dreama 
Payne. Zoanne 
Pietersz, Jair 



Pisano. Debra 
Rajkovac, Suzanne 
Renzo, Cristal 
Riley, Kriss 
Rimmer. Heather 



Saliaris, Markella 
Schwalm. Lynn 
Shaffer. Andrea 
Smith. Mike 
Sterner, Linda 



Stone, Scott 
Thompson, Jill 
Watson, Lori 
VVeller, Ronda 
Wright, David 



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ADMINISTRATION 




Mr. John Synodinos 
College President 




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Mr. David Calvario 
Director of Student Life 




Ms. Jennifer Daws 
Director of Student Activit 



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Barbara Denison 

:ctor of Support Services 



Mrs. Alice Diehl 

Technical Processes Librarian 




Mr. Robert Dillane 

Director of Adminstrative Computing 





lavid Evans 

tor. Career Planning & Placement 






Dr. Arthur Ford 
Associate Academic Dean 



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Mrs. Deborah FuUam 
Controller and Treasurer 



Mr. Ronald G 
Associate Director of Admis 




Dr. Robert Hamilton 
Vice President for Administration 




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Mr. Robert Harnish 
Manager, College Store 



Mr. George Li 
Superintendent, Buildings & Gro! 



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Ir. Ronald McClellan 
lanager, Computer Services 



Dr. William McGill 
Vice-President & Dean of College 




Mr. Daniel McKinley 

Director, Leadership Studies Programs 









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Mrs. Suzanne Riehl 

Director of Special Music Programs 



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Mr. Louis Sorrentino 
Director of Athletics 



Miss Rosemary Yuh 
Dean, Student Servic 




Mr. Michael Zeigler 
Director, Computer Services 





Andy Greene And lohn Uhl 
Media Services 



Patricia Flannery and Lynell Sho 
Admissions and Financial A 



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Marilyn Boeshore and Monica Kline 
ALUMNI SERVICES 



First Row: Mary Beth Strehl; Second Row: Judy Pehrson. [ane Paluda. John 
Deamer 

COLLEGE RELATIONS 




"irst Row: Naomi Emerich. Jo Lynn Gerber, Ellen Ar- 
lold; Second Row: Matthew Hugg, Diane Levengood 
nge Snoke: Third Row: Paul Brubaker, Carolyn Lauf- 
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ADVANCEMENT 



LAUGHLIN HALL STAFF 



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Dr. Howard Applegate 
Associate Professor. History & American 

Studies 



Dr. Susan Atkinsi 
Associate Professor, Educate 





Dr. Philip Billings 
Professor, English 



Ms. Marie Bongiovan 
Assistant Professor, Engli 




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Dr. James Broussard 
Professor, History 



Dr. Eugene Brov 
Professor, Political Scien 



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Dr. Donald Byrne 

'rofessor. Religion & History 



Dr. Voorhis Cantrell 
Professor, Religion & Greek 





Dr. Sharon Clark 

\ssociate Professor, Management 



Dr. Richard Cornelius 
Professor of Chemistry 





.)r. Salvatore Cullari 
Associate Professor, Psychlogy 



Dr. Phylis Dryden 
Assistant Professor, English 



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Miss Susan Egner 
Instructor of Spanish 



Dr. Dale Erskii 
Associate Professor of Biolc; 








Dr. Michael Grella 
Professor of Education 



Dr. Gary Grieve-Carlst 
Assistant Professor of Englii 





Dr. Bryan Hearsay 
Professor, Mathematical Sciences 



Dr. Robert Hearse 
Assistant Professor of Mus 



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Dr. John Heffner 
^rofessor of Philosophy 



Mrs. Anne Higginbottom 
Assistant Professor, English 





vlr. Richard Joyce 
\ssociate Professor. History 



Dr. David Lasky 
Professor of Psychology 








At. Robert Leonard 

i^ssistant Professor, Management 




Dr. Thomas Liu 

Assistant Professor, Mathematical Sciences 



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Dr. Leon Markowicz 
Professor, Leadership Studies 



Mr. Philip Morg£ 
Associate Professor, Mus 





Dr. John Norton 
Professor, Political Science 



Dr. Jan Pederse 
Assistant Professor, Psycholoj 





Dr. C. Robert Rose 
Associate Professor, Music 



Dr. James Sec 
Professor of Germu 



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Dr. loelle Stopkie 
Assistant Professor, French 



Dr. Dale Summers 

Assistant Professor. Education 





Mr. Warren Thompson 
Associate Professor. Philosophy 



Mr. Horace Tousley 

Assistant Professor, Mathematical Sciences 





)r Paul Wolf 
rofessor of Biology 



Dr. Allen Wolfe 
Professor of Biology 



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RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS 




Council of Religious 
Organizations 



President: Amber Hegi 
Vice-President: Keith Schleicher 
Secretary: Lynn Schwalm ■ 
Treasurer: Tim Butz 



Row 1: Keith Schleicher, Amber Hegi. Lynn Schwalm, Tim 
Butz, Kristine Kuhn; Row 2: Mark Dimick, Sue Duff, Doug 
Pike, Marie Landis, Roy Williams, Robert Weaver: Row 3: 
Ted Jones, Matt Corbett, Christopher Krpata 



Newman Club 



President: Mary Ellen Cvijic 

Vice-President: Kim Bolden 

Secretary: Karen Sprengel 

Treasurer:Iulianne Machita 



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Mary Ellen Cvijic, Kristie Zangari. Kim Bolden 



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RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS 




He Is 
Savior 



Row 1: Christopher Krpata, Eric Martin(Vice-President) Karen Sprengel, Dave Wright, Amber Hegi. Kristin Webster (President) 
Row 2: Matt Dickinson, Andy Sensenig, Rob Weaver(Treasurer), Stephen Erckoff 
Not pictured: Nicole Grove 




Row 1: Cynthia Lerch, Tim Butz (Head Clown), Roy Williams (Treasurer), Sue Duff 

Row 2: Claudia Wehbe, lennifer Bradgunier, Lynn Schwalm, Steve Carpenter, Chris Everett 

Row 3: Kristine Kuhn (Assistant Head Clown), (ennie Bullock 



Rainbow 
Troupe 



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RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS 



Project 



President: Tim Butz 

Vice-President: Lynn Schwalm 

Secretary: Karen Sprengel 

Treasurer: Keith Schleicher 




Row 1: Lynn Schwalm, Kristine Kuhn; Row 2: Eric Martin 
Tim Butz, Roy Williams, Sue Duff, Jim Fisher; Row 3: Chris 
Small, Keith Schleicher, Mark Dimick, Ted Jones, Chris- 
topher Krpata, Ryan Diehl, Cynthia Lerch, Cathy Connors 
Jennifer Bradgunier; Row 4: Matt Corbett, Doug Pike 




Fellowship of Christian 
Athletes 



President: Ted Jones 

Vice-President: Roy Williams 

Secretary: Cathy Connors 

Treasurer: Lynn Schwalm 



Row 1: Roy Williams, Cathy Connors, Lynn Schwalm, Ted 
Jones, Harold Fultz 

Row 2: Lisa Karen Hollowbush, Rob Weaver, Chad Miller, 
Steve Carpenter, Andy Sensenig 

Row 3: michele Filippone, John Hurd, Claudia Wehbe, Kris- 
tine Kuhn, Christopher Krpata, Mike Hoke 
Row 4: Matt Dickinson, Tim Butz 




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ARTS ORGANIZATIONS 



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Wig and 
Buckle 



Row 1: Frank Heilman, Jr. (Tresurer), Vickie Davis (Alumni Secretary). Andy Hosteller (Historian), Dr. James Scott. Michele Klinsky 
[Vice-President), Troy Neidermeyer (President), Amy Hutton (Secretary); Row 2: Tawni Nicklaus, Patty Fleetwood, Alison Rutter, 
Chris Anderson, Missy Fleegal, Melissa Swank. Cristal Renzo. Heather Rimmer, Tara Koslosky, Rob Weaver. Rachael Merritt, Tim 
Bean, Bill Trexler, Claudia Wehbe, Diane Ellis. Stephanie Allen, John Black, Andy Phipps 




Student 

Guild 
Chapter 



^ow 1; Michelle Kunz, Lori Meyer, Kim Potocny (Secretary/Treasurer), Bonnie Lingle; Row 2; Dan Boyer (Vice-President), Mark 
Oimick (President), Beth Moyer. Chris Everett 



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ACADEMIC ORGANIZATIONS 



LVC 
SPSEA 




Row 1: Jen Mellott, Lynn Schwalm, Dr. Atkinson, Michele Filippone, Christina Best; Row 2: Andy Phipps. Jill Hamilton (Presiden 
Angela Selsan, LauraBeth Shearer, Becky Blessing, Leanne Stansfield; Row 3: Steph Allen, Elizabeth Adams, Jennifer Bragunie 
Kristine Kuhn; Row 4: Kimmi Eames (TreasurerJ, Mark Dimick, Steve Carpenter, Chris Chandler, Michelle May, Tim Butz (Vic 
President), John Hurd 



History/ 
PoliSci Club 




Lisa HoUowbush, Kim Bolden(President), Lori VVatson( Secretary), Heather Harbaugh, Kent Heberli 



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ACADEMIC ORGANIZATIONS 




Int'l Bus. and 



Cult. Club 



)w 1: Mark Fink (President. Treasurer), Jerez Hue (Vice-President), Rebecca Blessing, Molly Rasmussen; Row 2: Frank Choe, Barb 
ikowski, Felix McKenzie 




Math 
Club 



w 1 : L"-' X'vre Ji__ fhompson, Heidi Schweers, Stacey Marker (President), (ulie Fredrick (Secretary/Treasurer); Row 2: Dr. 
arsey, David Stimpson, Mark Flamisch, Kathy Wolfe. Ann Cawley (Vice-President) 



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ACADEMIC ORGANIZATIONS 

Computer 
Club 



Chemistry 
Club 



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Todd Randall (President), Harold Fultz (Treasurer), Ann Cawley (Secretary) 



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Row 1: Melissa Atkins (Secretary), Travis Emig (President), Laura Shepler (Treasurer); Row 2: A 
Bonser, Jeff Stouter, Kevin Gerchufsky, Marcus Johnson, Millie Dulin, Amy Batman; Row 3: Da 
Gartner, Professor StepJien Sexsmith, Brent Cline 



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ACADEMIC ORGANIZATIONS 

Biology 
Club 




?ow 1: Ken Jones (Treasurer), Marianne Boltz (Secretary). Kristie Zangari (President). Sheryl Drake (Vice-President), Markella 
Jaliaris; Row 2: loseph Alia. Tammy O'Roark, Sue Rajkovac, Gloria Dyer. Peter Fodor, Amy Bonser; Row 3: John Perozich, Steve 
feitelman 




Psychology 
Club 



ow 1: Byron Brought (Vice-President), Lori Folk (Treasurer), Kim Sollenberger (President), loMarie Cardinale (Secretary), Wendy 
urkert, Suzanna Fowler; Row 2: Ken Jones, Sheryl Drake, Marianne Boltz, Tammy Bieber, Michele Filippone, Andrea Schaffer, 
ammy O'Roark. Krista Wachinski. William Trexler, Laura Bell, Donna Smoyer 



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CULTURAL ORGANIZATIONS 



Black Culture 



Club 




Row 1: Felix McKenzie, Dion Smith, Charlotte Dean, Laura Bell, lerez Hue, John Lauffer (Treasurer), Kriss Riley, Kenethia Stale 
Markella Saliaris; Row 2: Wembi Dimandja, Shawn Calhoun, Jayme Woolen, Dave Calverio, Plummer Bailor (President), Shai 
Godfrey (Vice-President), Danielle Owens, Susan Delgado, Professor Anne Higginbottom 



Hispanic 
Culture Club 




Row l:Jodie Yamshak (President); Row 2: )ulie Conrad, Sue Bunty, Sheryl Drake, Deb Gray (Treasurer), Christy Berry (Vic 
President), Dreama O'Neal (Secretary); Row 3: Felix McKenzie, Todd Stoltz, Mike Peachey 



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CULTURAL ORGANIZATIONS 




French 
Club 



Row 1: Jill Thompson, iulie Conrad; Row 2: Teresa Scianna (Tresurer), Molly Rasmussen (President), Lori Nyce (Secretary) 




German 
Club 



Row 1: Christine VValther. Amy Glavey (Vice-President), LauraBeth Shearer (President), Rebecca Blessing (Secretary/Treasurer), 
ulie Conrad: Row 2; Trov Neidermever 



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MEDIA ORGANIZATIONS 



La 



Vie 




Row 1: Justine Hamilton (Treasurer), JoAnne Grajewski, Michelle Cunningham, Lisa Karen Hollovvbush: Row 2: John Bowermai 
Michelle May (Editor-in-Chief), Dr. )ohn Kearney 



Quittapahilla 




Row 1: Claudia VVehbe, Janice Hartz; Row 2; Stephanie Deppen, Mark Flamisch, Linda Sterner (Co-Editor), Lisa Karen Hollowbusl 
(Co-Editor), heather Marston, Karen Dick 



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MEDIA ORGANIZATIONS 




WLVC 



ow 1: Eric Martin, |im Fisher, Gary Haertter, Howie Spangler; Row 2: Pete Stavenick, Steve Erckhoff, Matt Corbett (Secretary), Chris 
verett, David Hastings, Brian Henry, Shawn McElroy, Andy Murphy, Hal Fero, Paul Walthers, Ion Black; Row 3: Tim Bean, Scott 
'aulbee, John Bowerman, Jen Benussi ( PresidentJ, Tim Curry, Jay Campell 




Spring 
Arts 



iow 1: Mike Peachey, Claudia Wehbe, Amy Clewell (Secretary). Teresa Scianna; Row 2: Sarah O'Sullivan, Frank Heilman, Jr. Laura 
ihepler (President/Treasurer), Timothy Butz, Cynthia Lerch, Regina Reed; Row 3: Doug Prowant, Shawn Suavely, Beth Moyer, Jon 
Vescott, Mark Benson, Christopher Anderson, Jennifer Hansen, Dr. Iskowitz. Dr. Hearson 



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STUDENT ACTION ORGANIZATIONS 



Student 
Council 




Row 1: Shelley Smith, lustine HAmilton (Vice President), Dave Wright (Secretary), Matt Corbett; Row 2: Sue Leonard (Secretary 
Alyssa Mowrer. Ronnie Russell, Kim Shaffer, Patti Landolfi, Julie Frederick; Row 3: Ridge Salter (President), Joe Curran, Jen Cartel 
Shay Lentz (Treasurer), Eric Mendez; Row 4: Khristian Snyder (Vice President), Jen Dawson (Advisor), Catherine Crissman, Jel 
Manning 



Underground 

Steering 
Committee 




Row 1: Amy Fulginiti, Patti Landolfi, Matt St. Georges (Treasurer), Lori Folk (President), Kim SoUenberger, Marcus Johnsor 
Christine Updike, Tara Reichert, Jennifer Reeder; Row 2: Tadashi Hiroshige, Rich Ragno, David Gartner (Vice President), Kir 
Bolden, Kristie Zangari, Ken Jones 



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STUDENT ACTION ORGANIZATIONS 



Student 

Action for 

Earth 




Row 1: lustine Hamilton (Co-President), Claudia VVehbe, Tara Hottenstein, Peter Stavenick; Row 2: Amy Bonser; Not pictured: Cristal 
Renzo (Co-President), Dreama O'Neal 




College 
Republicans 



.ow 1: Jamie Heintzelman, Jen Carter (Treasurer), Marianne Boltz, Rebecca Blessing, Julie Conrad, Heather Rimmer; Row 2: Hal 
ero, John Gross (Secretary), Rodney Paul (President), Paul Walters, John Conrad, Robert Barclay (Vice President) 



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RECREATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS 








Karate Club 



Row 1: David Gartner, Marcus Johnson 
(Treasurer), Gary Haertter, Rich Ragno, Chad 
Jennings, Heidi Rauenzahn (Secretary), Ma- 
ria Abeleda (Vice President); Row 2: Joe 
Abeleda (President) 



Bowling Club 



Row 1: Stephanie Hassler, Scott Stone, Lori |. 
Rothermel (Secretary/Treasurer); Row 2: Heidi 
Rauenzahn, Jennifer Kriest, Kim Bolden, Amy 
Bonser, Scott Curran, Pete Fodor (PresidentJ 




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RECREATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS 



Ski Club 



Tadashi Hiroshige (President) and Brian Henry 






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CLASS OFFICERS 




1992 



Row 1: Ridge Salter (President), Julie Fredric 
(Tresurer), Alyson Neiswender (Secretary), ]oh: 
Bowerman (Vice-President) 



1993 



Christy Engle (Vice-President), Erik Orndorff 
(Secretary). Jen Carter (President) 




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CLASS OFFICERS 



1994 



Shelly Smith (Vice-President), Shay Lentz 
(Secretary), Kathy Wolfe (Treasurer), Brett 
Duvall (President) 





1995 



Eric Mendez (Treasurer), Greg Lieberman (Vice- 
President), Nick Vlastos (President), Barrie Stout 
(Secretary) 



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GREEK COUNCIL 




Row 1: Kelly Lawrence, Patti Landolfi, Rob Bell, Jill Hamilton; Row 2: Dena Owen, Joe Curran, Michelle Brailsford, Ellsworth Bergai 
Row 3: Erik Orndorff. Shawn Auman. Mark Kalpolka, Christopher Kline, Chris Lloyd 



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PHI LAMBDA SIGMA 




)w 1: Matt St. Georges, Stan Hulet, Zach Smolenak, Randy Durbin, Mike Bodine, Dave Cook; Row 2: Rob Bell, Pete Grinrod, Chris 
ine 




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GAMMA SIGMA SIGMA 




Row 1; Steph Hassler, Liz Adams, Kristan Foster. Jamie Wilson, Tammy O'Roark, Lynn Sosnoski, Jennifer Bragunier; Row 2: Sa: 
Thompson, Nicole Grove, Michele Filippone, Marianne Boltz, Pam Merther, Alyson Neiswender, Molly Rasmussen, Jen Hanshi 
Hille Craig, Kelly Lawrence; Row 3: Michelle Houtz, Linda Sterner, Christy Berry, Tammy Bieber, Kim Sollenberger, Jen Benu 
Amy Bonser, Ann Cawley, Nikki Bradford, Sandy Heckman, Nancy Lex, Lori Folk, Jodie Yamshak, Tina Best, Kimmi Barnes, K 
Shaffer 




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ALPHA PHI OMEGA 




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low 1: Harold Fultz, Dave Wright, Zoanna Payne: Row 2: Marcus lohnson, Kevin Gerchufsky, Corey Kaufman, Nathan Mains; Row 3: 
)oug Pike, Chris Small, Keith Schleicher, Dave Gartner, Tim Curry 







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KAPPA LAMBDA SIGMA 




Row 1: Chris Lloyd, Jeff Bubb, Leon Motz, Ellsworth Bergan; Row 2: Jerry Battaglia, Ed Hartman, Bill Gregg, Hea 
Border, Evan Evans 




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KAPPA SIGMA KAPPA 




?ow 1: Chris Long. Jason Romig, Charlie Reed. Tom McClain. Jeff Manning; Row 2: Tood Snook. John Burch. Pete Salvatori. Bob 
jchwenk. Chuck Funk. Joe Curran. Derek Kohlhaas; Row 3: Scott Davis. Joe Marx. Erik Orndorff. Roger Beitel. Keith Stambaugh. 
A'es Geib; Row 4: Paul Carey. Rob Frantz. Dale Summers (Advisor). Gary Book, Rod Kovach. Kirk Seesholtz; Row 5: Carey Moyer. 
Iraig Connelly, Brady Smith, Mike Hartman, Steve Herr, Doug Brown 




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KAPPA LAMBDA NU 




Row 1: Nicole Fiddler, Christine Reese, Sue Sarisky, Patti Landolfi, Shana Godfrey; Row 2: Becky Brown, Joanna Wierman, Den 
Owen, Julie Fredrick, Donna Smoyer, Heather Weitzel; Row 3: Lori Day, Katrina Neeld, Amy Glavey, Kathy Wolfe, Jen Emer 
Andrea Shaffer, Kathryn Ford, Susan Cohen, Barb Nasife 




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DELTA LAMBDA SIGMA 




Row 1; Kris Sagun. Leanne Stansfield, Michelle Brailsford, Amy Hutton. Erika Allen; Row 2: Kate Eshbach, Laurie Clark, Stacey 
Gilbert. Jen Bower; Row 3: Missy Noll, Nikki Dennis. Dawn Hickman, Sandy Fauser, Alison Rutter. Christy Engle. Jill Hamilton. Amy 
Fulginiti. Kristin Maize 




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TAU KAPPA EPSILON 




Row 1: Brad Kintzer, Chris Esh, Scott Askins. Ridge Salter, Mark Kalpolka, Tim Biltcliff, Kevin Sutovich, David Lauver; Row 2: Ro 
Wolfgang, Corey Leiby. Scott Bell, lohn Consugar, Chuck Bloss, lohn lewell. Russ Hirneisen, Geoff Gerow, Mike Hummel, Jim Hon 
Row 3: Dave Stimpson, fair Pietersz, Steve Bagent, Justin Scout, Steve Hand. Dennis Martin, Matt Rinehart, Ryan Tweedie, Til 
Miller, Jason Burgess 




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DELTA TAU CHI 




low 1: Cynthia Lerch. Sue Duff, Becky Blessing. Christopher Krpata, Laurabeth Shearer, David Wright 

?ow 2: Craig Dryden. Lisa Karen HoUowbush, |eff Martin. Eric Martin. Keith Schleicher; Row 3: Ryan Diehl, Mark Dimick. Ted Jones. 

?ob Weaver. Marie Landis; Row 4: Matt Dickinson, Alicia Niquette, Karen Sprengel, Chris Everett 




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SIGMA ALPHA IOTA 




Row 1: Nancy Herman, Sally Fegan, Lesley Laudermilch, Holly Hendrix, Lori Nyce; Row 2: Deb Gray, Regina Reed, Teresa Scianm 
Lynn Scwalm, Beth Meyer; Row 3: Amy Clewell, Jen Willet. Kim Hackenworth, Greta Yocum, Laura Shepler, Kristin Webster 




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PHI MU ALPHA 




Row 1: Frank Heilman, Jr., Jon Wescott, Shawn Hackeet, Doug Prowant. John Scampton, Mark Dimick. Jim Hargrove; Row 2: Mark 
Benson, |ohn Hurd, Dan Boyer, Phillip Portier, Dave Aulenbach, Andy Hosteller, Shawn Snavely 




107 



PHI KAPPA PI 




Row 1: Janice Hartz, Amy Dougherty, Greg High; Row 2: Rob Bell, Kim Shaffer, Dr. Sharon Clark 




108 



PHI BETA LAMBDA 




Row 1: Matt St. Georges. Janice Hartz. Kim Shaffer, Rob Bell; Row 2: Michelle Feaser, Barb lankowsi, Jill Hulet. Mark Fink 




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BETA BETA BETA 




Row 1: Kristie Zangari, Melissa Atkins, Marianne Boltz, Ken Jones, Tammy O'Roark, Gloria Dyer, Sue Rajkovac, Sheryl Drake; Row 2: 
Khristian Snyder, Joe Alia, David Lauver, Jim Riegel, Pete Fodor, John Perozich, Amy Bonser, Ridge Salter 



PSI CHI 




ROW 1: Mark Dimick, Andy Hosteller; Row 2: Professor Phil Billings, Patricia Fleetwood, John Bowerman, Joanne Grajewski, 
Michelle May, Tara Hottenstein, Michele Klinsky 



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SIGMA TAU DELTA 




Row 1: Sheryl Drake, Michelle Brailsford. Stacey Hollenshead, Ken lones 



ALPHA PSI OMEGA 




Row 1: Frank Heilman, Jr.. Andy Hosteller, Michele Klinsky, Alison Rutter, Patricia Fleetwood; Row 2: Dr. Scott. Cristal Renzo, 
Tawni Niklaus, Amy Hutton, Troy Neidermyer 



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LVC Opponent 

19 Johns Hopkins 

20 Lycoming 
28 Albright 
20 Susquehanna 
24 Wilkes 

32 Moravian 

31 Delaware Valley 

15 Western Maryland 

28 widener 

7 Juniata 



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Record 6-3-] 



#34 Freshman tailback, Corey Thomas carries the ball to gain 
a LVC 1st down. 

LVC scrimmages to attain valuable experience for the next 
home game. 

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FOOTBALL 



The 1991 Lebanon Valley College Football Team 
finished the season with a record of 6-3-1, the 
school's best record since 1975. The team fin- 
ished in atie for the third place in the Middle 
Atlantic Conference and completed a Perfect (5- 
0] home season by shutting out Juniata. The sea- 
son was highlighted by several outstanding in- 
dividual efforts, with senior linebacker Joe cur- 
ran and juinor wide receiver Bob Schwenk being 
named to the All-MAC First Team. Juinor quar- 
terback Eric Orndorf broke five school passing 
records and was an All-MAC Second Team se- 
lection. With Many players returning for next 
year's team, the future looks bright for Lebanon 
Valley Football. 





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LVC quarterback, Erik Orndorff looks to complete a pass. 

Eric Stouch, wide receiver, catches a 13 yard out from the quarterback. 

Erik Orndorf waits for his teammates to get into formation before he throws the ball. 

Corey Thomas runs head-on into the Western Maryland defense. 




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Score 




2 

2-1 (Strokes) 

0-2 

Record 15-7-2 



Opponent 

Bloomsburg 

Gettysburg 

Franklin Marshall 

Albight 

Salisbury state 

Eastern Mennonite 

Oneota 

Wilkes 

Kutztown 

Susquehanna 

■ Swarthmore 

Elizabethtown 

Scranton 

Haverford 

Millersville 

Messiah 

Lycoming 

Western Maryland 

Dickinson 

Elizabethtown 

Johns Hopkins 

MAC Final: Drew 

NCAA Worchester Poly 

Bloomsburg 



FIELD HOCKEY 

The LVC field hockey team under the di- 
rection of MAC Coach of the Year, Kathy 
Tierney, won the 1991 Middle Atlantic Con- 
ference Championship and received numer- 
ous national and conference awards for their 
acheivments. The team with five freshman 
starters finished the season with a record of 
15-7-2. 

Sue Leonard and Sandy Fauser were named 
to the College Field Hockey Coaches Asso- 
ciation (CFHCA) Division III National Ail- 
American First Team. Julie Brymesser was 
named a Third Team CFCHA Ail-American, a 
CFCHA Academic All-American and a MAC 
Academic All-Conference honor roll member. 
Fauser, Leonard, and Brymesser were also 
named to the CFCHA Division III Regional 
First Team. Dawn Hickman was named to the 
CFCHA Divsion III Regional Second Team. 
Receiving MAC All-Conference recognition 
were Hickman, Brymesser, and Fauser who 
also led the team in scoring for the season. 
The team finished eighth in the nation losing 
in the second round of the NCAA Region I 
Championship. 







steal that ball! 

Senior Dawn Hickman dribbles down the field. 



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The team takes a break during practice. 
Dawn Hickman drives the ball. 
Way to go, MAC champ!! 



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SOCCER 





Dennis Jumper dribbles the ball toward the goal 
Senior Byron Brought attempts to make a steal. 
Shawn Auman views the action on the field. 




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Row 1: Angle Schuler, Kristine Kuhn, Kelly Burke, Justine Hamilton; Row 2: Coach Wayne Perry, Bridget 
Lohr, Jen Carter, Angle Carl, Darlene Murdaugh, Asst. Coach Diana Hohman 



WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL 




Sophomore Kristine Kuhn focuses on her serve, 
[ustine Hamilton bumps the ball. 



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The Anklebiters congratulate each other on a 
great shot. 

Junior len Carter spikes one over the net. 

Angie Schuler attempts a bump. 

Great game! 




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CHEERLEADING 




Football Cheerleaders 

Julie Conrad 
Jen Ambrose 
Sue Delgado 
Amy Hilbert 
Patti Landolfi 
Julianne Machita 
Barrie Stoudt 
Jen Walls 
Coach: Jen Finger 



Basketball Cheerleaders 

Claudia Wehbe 
Barrie Stoudt 
Sue Delgado 
Lynn Sosnoski 
Denise Cole 



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WOMEN'S BASKETBALL 



In her second year as coach, Kathy Nelson's 
team posted a 4-20 season with a 0-10 MAC 
record. Though these numbers may not seem 
to be a cause for optimism, they are about 
average for the team over the last four years. 
There were at least four home games that 
Lebanon Valley was one or two field goals and 
a couple of free throws away from winning. 

Statistic leaders for the season were senior 
Kathryn Ford with 236 points, junior Jan Orgu- 
cak with 185 rebounds, and senior Pam Grove 
with 44 assists and 43 steals. Coach Nelson 
stated that the team had imporved throughout 
the season in their pressure defense and pass- 
ing game. 



Sandy Fauser drives to the hoop. 



Women's hoops line up for a rebound. 



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Danielle Fetters and Kathryn Ford fight for possession. 
Senior Paula Ritter jumps for two. 
Danielle Fetters on the fly! 
Freshman Joda Glossner tries to score. 



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WRESTLING 



Zack Smolenak tries to break his man down. 

Sophomore Ellsworth Bergan racks up riding time, 

LVC Co-captain Todd Rupp controls his opponent well 

Senior and Co-captain, Kevin Stein, works for an escape, 

Joel Kise struggles to keep his opponent within the circle. 




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illsworth Bergan, Joel Kise, Kevin Stein, Zack Smolenak; Row 3: Curtis Clark, Tood 

lupp. Chris Lloyd; Row 4: Rob Rodelli 





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Row 1: Jen Bower, Amy Fuelleborn, Stacy HoUenshead, Lynn Sosnoski, Nicole Fidler, Carrie swailes; Row 
2: Barb Nasife, Allison Snell, Julianne Machita, Molly Lyman, Susan Cohen, Yvonne Santos (Manager); 
Row 3: Matt St. Georges, Tadashi Hiroshige, Howie Spangler, A.J. Geiss, Roni Russell, Mike Hain, Rusty 
Owens (Coach), Joe Weisser (Coach J, Mark Lapole (Manager) 



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BASEBALL 



Lebanon Valley ended their season 
with a 15-17 record. Because of the 
losses, LVC also lost the chance for an 
invitation to the ECAC tournament. 

One of the primary concerns for 
next year will be pitching. While at 
times the young trowers showed flash- 
es of brillance, inexperience proved to 
be fatal. Experience will come with 
time, and until, then the team will be 
looking for Trevor Ritter and Mike 
Neff to lead the pitching staff. 

Probably the strongest point of the 
team was fielding. Todd Beasley 
proved to be a mainstay in the infield, 
while Rick Cottle, Eric Stouch, and 
Craig Wolfe shored up the outfield. 
One important thing to remember 
about the team is that only four play- 
ers are graduating, leaving a virtual 
goldmine in underclassmen. Next 
year, the baseball team will be a team 
to watch! 




Safe! 



LVC second baseman catches a pop-fly. 




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Rich Manning, pitcher, in action. 

Batter up! 

The Dutchmen confer on the mound. 



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SOFTBALL 








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It was a building season for the women's 
Softball team under coach, Kathy Nelson. 
The team returned with a 2-0 record from 
spring training at Myrtle Beach, South Car- 
olina. Kathryn Ford and Dawn Hickman 
were the senior co-captains of the twelve- 
member squad. The team got off to a slow 
start in the season due to the rain and the 
snow of the unpredictable weather. Al- 
though the team had managed to hit well in 
most of their games, they were unable to 
score the needed runs. The team is now 
concentrating on defense, cooperation, and 
team unity. At press time, the team's record 
was 4-12 with 5 more games remaining. The 
team hopes to end their season with a few 
more wins. 




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Dawn Hickman steals a base. 
Home run! 

Kathryn Ford makes contact. 
Pitcher Christy Engle in action. 
Great catch! 



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OUTDOOR TRACK 




The men's track team had an impressive 
undefeated record of 11-0 in its dual meets. 
Coach Kent Reed attributes the success to the 
team's dedication and good attitudes. 

Two men on the team share not only the 
same first name, but incredible accomplish- 
ments as well. Junior Scott Davis had an ex- 
ceptional season as a javelin thrower. Davis' 
throw of 208 feet and 9 inches has earned him 
the number one seed for the Mid-Atlantic 
Conference competition and has qualified him 
for Nationals. Senior Scott Young , long- 
distance runner, has qualified for the MAC 
steeplechase competition, the 1500 meter, and 
the 5000 meter. 

The team will travel to Franklin and Mar- 
shall College for the MAC competition. Coach 
Reed hopes for good performances for Scott 
Davis and Scott Young, along with Greg Kutz 
(pole vault) and Ross DeNisco (shot put). 



Becky Brown Hurls a discus 



Senior Scott Young competes against 
Muhlenburg. 



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It's the long jump for Christine Gill. 

Up and over! 

Brenda Dunfee clears the hurdles. 



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COLOPHON 



A Special Thank You to: 



-Ed Patrick Jr. 

for all of your expert advice and help when we came down to the wire. Thanks for helping us through the rough 

times and for telling us to RELAX. 

-Taylor Publishing Company 

for your patience and understanding when our pages were "in the mail" and for your professional service. 

-Mark Huff and DaVor Photography 

for sending numerous photographers to take pictures when we didn't have a photography staff. Thanks for all 

the rush developing you did for us. 

-LVC Student Council 

for your financial help. Thanks for helping us meet our budget projections! 

-Public Relations 

for many sports pictures we were unable to take. 

-College Center Desk Staff 

for answering all our questions, identifying caption pictures, and handing out last year's books for us. 

-Alice 

for your patience in dealing with me when I was hysterical after a long day in the office and for mailing our mail 

when we couldn't take the time to do it ourselves. 

-Ms. Jane Paluda 

A special thanks for being our advisor. You did a great job helping us through the budget mess and through all 

the changes we made to the book. 

-Lisa 

for being the greatest co-editor. You helped a lot by manning the computer because as you know, I am not a 

computer fan. Thanks for all the pep talks and reminding me to RELAX!! 



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