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Lebanon Valley College 
Annville, PA 17003 

Volume LXXXVI 




A Tribute to Louis A. Sorrentino 





"A Dutchmen of the Truest Sense" 
By: Jeff Imoccia (Courtesy of La Vie CoHegienne) 

There isn't a challenge he doesn't like. First as a player, then as a 
coach, and now Lou Sorrentino is about to complete another challenge 
— as a Director ofAthletjcs at Lebanon Valley College. 

Sorrentino is officially retiring in December, after being the Athletic 
Director at LVC for 19 years. Kathy Tierney, former women's field 
hockey coach and assistant director of athletics, will assume over the 
position. 

Saturday, Nov. 1 1 , during the home football game against Delaware 
Valhy College, Valley will honor Sorrentino for the special contributions 
he has made to the college. 

As a student at LVC, Sorrentino earned 12 varsity letters, starting all 
four years in baseball, fxilixill, and basketball. After his senior year, in 
1 954, Sorrentino signed a baseball contract with the Baltimore Orioles 
and a football contract with the Philadelphia Eagles. 

Sorrentino coached the football, track, and basketball teams at 
Shamokin High Sctmal from 1 956-60. He then earned his Master of Arts 
at Bucknell University in 1961 and became head football coach at 
Woodrow Wilson High School from 1 96 1 -70. Sorrentino returned to LVC 
in 1971, where he was the head football coach far IS years, head 
basketball coach for five years, and head baseball coach for two years. 
In 1981, Sorrentino was named director of oth/et/cs at LVC. 

"There came a time in my life when I realized that t war)ted to be 
around sports," Sorrentino said. "I think the athletic director job came 
about as the extension of coaching." 

One memory stands out in his sports career. "I think the number one 
memory would be the National Championship team ('94)," said Sor- 
rentino. "Being affiliated with the basketball team and working so 
closely was very important to me." 

Sorrentino recalled some special players that have developed at LVC. 

"Right off the bat, you've got to mention Michael Rhodes ('94) and 
Andy Panko ('99)," Sorrentino said. "They were outstanding individu- 
als, different in nature of the roles they played." 

He also enjoyed watching student-adtletes reach tiieir pll potential 
at the collegiate level. 

"That's the one nice thing about being in athletics; you are around 
kids, and it's especially good to see kids who weren't outstanding in high 
school, and they mature, and become outstanding," Sorrentino said. 
"It's a really neat thing to watch them develop." 

Of the many accomplishments Sorrentino has achieved, and the 
select sports groups he belongs to, he is most proud of the development 
at LVC. 

"I think that's the exciting thing about the job-that we've gotten 
strong support administratively for the last 10 years," Sorrentino said. 
"You can see the results of it, with our fields, the teams, the grov/th of 
our women's programs, but also of our men's programs." 

For now, &3rrentino doesn't have any immediate goals or plans he 
wants to pursue, but he remains coach of the LVC's gotfteam. 

"I'm not sure what path I want to go," Sorrentino added. "I don't 
think there is a day that goes by that I haven't been in my office. One of 
the reasons I wanted to stay as golf coach, even though it was part-time, 
is still to maintain that connection." 

Asked how he would like to be remembered, Sorrentino commented, 
"Probably as someone who really cared for our athekic programs, who 
cared for the college, the people who worked in the college, and the 
students who went to Lebanon Valley. I came here on an atheletic 
scholarship. LVC has helped me to get my education through athletics. " 



A Tribute to Louise Heilman 






Louise is the nice lady in the West Dining 
Hall who swipes our ID cards everyday at 
lunch. She has worked at the school for many 
years. She always greets the students entering 
and leaving the dining hall with a smile on her 
face. Through the kindness of her heart, she 
makes a difference in the students' lives 
through her greetings; this we greatly appre- 
ciate and thank her for. 




Some pictures of those students who chose to 
spend their lunch in the LVC Dining Halls. 




In The News... 



LVC is Strong and Growing 



By Sarah Durako 

Courtesy of La Vie Collegienne 

Over the next few years, LVC will be 
undergoing many changes in its physical 
appearance, including a new dormitory, 
new gymnasium, renovation of Lynch, and 
renovation ofGarber. The first of these pro- 
spective expansion jobs will be the con- 
struction of new housing across from and 
connecting to Marquette Suites. Though 
planning is still taking place, the twin to 
Marquette is anticipated to be open to stu- 
dents by fall of 2002. Mr. Greg Stanson, 
Vice President of Enrollment and Student 
Services, is extremely pleased with the plans 
and says, "Even the architects are very 
excited." 

According to Dr. Hamilton, Vice President 
for Administration, the four houses across 
from Marquette will be demolished to make 
room for the new suites. Plans call for a 53- 
75 person dorm, depending how much room 
is available following the destruction of the 
houses. The building will be a co-ed dorm. 



holding four to frve people per room, and will 
be joined on New St. to the existing Mar- 
quette. A social lounge will connect the two 
dorms, conveniently blocking the view of the 
concrete factory a few yards away. The new 
dorms will be considered as preferred hous- 
ing and will most likely follow the current 
credit-hours system for residing in suites. 
Construction is expected to begin sometime 
during the next academic year, as early as 
August or as late as next spring. 

The building of a new dorm is the first of a 
few upcoming construction jobs on campus 
that are connected to an anticipated in- 
crease in enrollment and enhancement of 
the college. By 2005, the goal enrollment is 
1550-1600 fiill-time students, according to 
Mr. Stanson. He says the new renovations 
will give students new "social areas," and 
will hopefully bring people back onto the 
campus. Despite the increase in enrollment, 
he says the campus will remain close-knit. 
As enrollment increases, more professors 
will be hired to maintain the current student 
to faculty ratio of 16 to I. The ratio has 



remained practically the same since the late 
1 980' s when enrollment was approximately 
730 students. Additionally, the renovations 
in Lynch will provide classrooms, and tech- 
nology will continue to be upgraded to sup- 
port the growing college population. Mr. 
Stanson says, "We always try to enhance 
the quality of life for students. We are com- 
mitted to look at every single facet of stu- 
dent need." 

The pture dormitory is not yet named. It 
will be financed through capital campaign. 
Mr. Stanson says, "Nothing will come out of 
student tuition." Future projects will begin 
as the money is available. The more distant 
fjture could possibly see a village-like hous- 
ing community built in the Kreiderheim area. 
Though no plans are being developed at this 
current time, according to Mr. Stanson, he 
and many others have high hopes for seeing 
that land developed to enhance the campus 
and provide more for the students. 



Freshman Class Bumps up LVC Enrollment 



By Lisa Landis 

Courtesy of La Vie Collegienne 

With the beginning of the 2000-01 school 
year at LVC comes the largest enrollment 
the college has ever seen. With the entrance 
of 394 freshmen this fall, the return of al- 
most 90 percent of the class of 2003, the 
co//ege is now looking at an enrollment of 
1417 fiill-time students. 

"We have really terrific students on this 
campus," said Bill Brown, Dean of Admis- 
sions and Financial Aid. "It's thanks to the 
student body and their work in student pro- 
grams such as open houses that draw the 
number of students we have." 

"This is not the largest freshman class we 
have ever seen," added Brown. "There was 
actually a slight decrease in size compared 
to last year's freshman class. The number 
that returned increased over previous years, 
though. " 



Brown added that LVC received around 
2400 applicatons from potential freshmen, 
and accepted about 1 300 of those students. 
Of those 1300, 394 elected to attend LVC 
as members of the class of 2004. 

The incoming freshmen bring some im- 
pressive credentials with them. One hundred 
sixty-nine freshmen, or almost 43 percent, 
finished in the top ten percent of their high 
school class, thereby qualifying far Lebanon 
Valley's Vickroy scholarship. Another 91 
ranked in the second ten percent of their 
class, qualifying for Leadership scholarships, 
while 54 more ranked in the third decile, 
qualifying for Achievement scholarships. In 
total, 3 1 4 students, nearly 80 percent of the 
incoming freshmen, were eligible for aca- 
demic scholarships from the school. 

The class of 2004 comes from 14 differ- 
ent states including Connecticut, Delaware, 
Illinois, Massachusetts, Maryland, 



Maine. Michigan, New Hampshire, New 
Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Is- 
land, Virginia, and West 'Virginia. Seven for- 
eign countries — the West Indies, Malaysia, 
India, japan, Kenya, Bermuda, and Canada - 
are also represented. 

We are not projecting that future classes 
will get larger," said Brown. In fact, if the 
classes were to grow larger, it could pose 
problems for the college. Already there is a 
lack of beds for additional students, and 
parking has become a problem. Also, ac- 
cording to Brown, there could be a lack of 
space for social octivJt/es and access to 
technology, such as computers, if classes 
rapidly grow. 

Brown added that the college is looking at 
building the other half of the Marquette 
suites in the summer of 2002, which would 
add another 56 beds to the college's resi- 
dential possibilities. 



Parking Problem Only Getting Worse 



By Sarah Durako 

Courtesy of La Vie Coltegienrie 

Upon walkmg into the Public Safely Of- 
fice, one could easily see why parkir^g is such 
a huge issue on campus. At least a dozen, 
possibly nmre, parkJng tickets lay on the 
counter in a neat pile. With scrict parking 
regulations in effect on the streets and park- 
ing lots surrounding Lebanon Valley College, 
many fall victim to one of the restrictions. 
Are these students' complaints about the 
numerous restrictions justified, or does 
everybody just need to start paying closer 
attention to the rules? 

"Driving and parking on campus is a 
privilege, not a right." according to the 
Public Safety website. However, students 
continue to question the changes of where 
we can park on campus and on the Annville 
streets. Questioning the security guards 
about the issue produced a reacijon of 
amusement mingled with disgust. They are 
obviously no strangers to dealing with this 
topic. 

With as many as 100 parking tickets 
being issued each day, one would think that 
the students would familiarize themselves 
with where exactly they can park. These 



regulations can be found in their entirety on 
the LVC website. 

Many of the parking restrictions, specifi- 
cally those on the surrounding streets, are 
fairly new. Annville Township enacted the 
new regulations due to complaints from 
Annville residents. Campus security enforces 
Annville Township's regulations. One stu- 
dent. Amanda Neely, has a problem with 
the restrictions on North Manheim Street. A 
full-time student, she has been living in an 
apartment there for over a year. As a rent- 
paying Annville resident, she was extremely 
displeased to find a parking ticket on her car 
last week, after parking in an alley alongside 
her apartment building. Amanda said she 
called Annville Township police to question 
the ticket, being that she is a resident of 
Annville, not LVC. She said the response was 
it didn't matter whether she lived on or off 
campus, she was not allowed to park on 
Manheim St. 

Neely remarked. "Other tenants, who are 
not students, are allowed to park there. I 
don't know why I'm any different. " 

Neely points out that over the past two 
summers, she had only been ticketed once, 
and never really knew why. Yet now that 
school has started, she hos to alter her 



parking habits. It seems "this year they've 
really cracked down," according to Neely. 

Al Yingst. Director of Public Safety, point- 
ed out that these problems are the type he 
has had a problem with. While he felt an 
ordinance was necessary, and even helped 
write the first ordinance, he said. "I have 
some difficulty with the additions." He ex- 
plained that in situations like the one in- 
volving Neely. there are many questions to 
be answered, but they are questions that the 
college and Annville Township are still work- 
ing on. Perhaps it is. in fact, just a gen- 
erational change that must take place be- 
fore the regulations are more widely 
accepted on campus. Yingst maintains, 
"Eventually, it'll be worked out." 

Comparatively speaking, LVC parking vi- 
olations are more strict than a few other 
nearby colleges. Information gathered from 
their websites says that Millersville Univer- 
sity and Kutztown University charge $5.00 
for parking violations, and Elizabethtown 
College charges $10.00. Millersville also 
grants visitors one courtesy void, or warning, 
for parking violations. 

Parking and driving regulation pamphlets 
are always available in the Public Safety 
office or on the LVC website. 



Block Party: LVC Hockey Wins ECAC 
Northeast and Earns NCAA Bid for First Time 

in Team History 




Courtesy of Sports Information 

Boston, Mass. Sophomore Brian Yingling 
(Steelton, PA/Bismark Bobcats) scored the 
game winning goal and added two assists 
and junior Kevin Block (Webster, 
NY /Homestead) made 21 saves to lead the 
Lebanon Valley College ice hockey team to 
their first ECAC Northeast Conference title 
and NCAA tournament bid after upsetting 
second-seeded defending league champion, 
Wentworth Institute of Technology, 4-3, this 
afternoon in Matthews Arena on the cam- 
pus of Northeastern University. 

The win gives the Valley an automatic bid 
to the 200/ NCAA Division III Ice Hockey 
National Championships, in which only eight 
teams receive bids. The Valley (18-7-1) will 
begin their quest for a national champi- 
onship later next week with opponent and 
venues to be announced. The first round 
(two-games minimum) will be played March 
9-10. 

Yingling broke a 3-3 tie at 4:23 of the 
third period to give the Valley the go-ahead 



lead and Block and the defensive unit took 
over, preserving the win. Block improved to 
9-5-1 and stopped 21 shots. Yingling earned 
the tournament Most Valuable Player award 
with the game winning goal and an ad- 
ditional two assists. 

Skating on all six cylinders, the Valley 
jumped out to a 3-0 lead midway through 
the first period with LVC getting the first 
goal from rookie Anthony Pace (Cortland, 
NY/Canterbury Prep) just 3:30 into the 
game. Pace had help from sophomore ECAC 
first-team all-star Brian Yingling and junior 
Jamie Taylor (Sharon. ONT/Saint Andrews 
College). 

Two minutes later, the Dutchmen wanted 
more and received their second strike from 
junior Dan Fox (Morrisville. PA/Conwell- 
Egan). This time Pace and Shaun McGinty 
(Churchville. PA/Council Rock) grabbed the 
assists. The third LVC goal came via junior 
Greg Kutchma (Johnstown, PA/Boston Bull- 
dogs) on the power play. Kutchma scored 
his sixth power-play goal of the year, 1 9 



overall, and was assisted by Yingling and 
freshman Bill Renshaw (Yardley, 
PA/Vermont Academy). 

After falling behind 3-0. Wentworth (18- 
8-2) soon construaed a wall on defense and 
scored three unanswered goals to tie the 
game and switch the momentum of the 
game to the Leopards. Sophomore Tom Mil- 
ward scored for Wentworth at 1 5:38 to cut 
LVC's lead to 3-1 at first intermission. 4:43 
into the second, freshman Michael Nicoletta 
broke through the Dutchmenis defense to 
add the Leopards' second goal. 

Leading Wentworth scorer, junior Tim 
Yakimowsky. added his 26th goal of the 
season and tied the gome ot three on a 
power play 11:20 into the second period. 
Both teams went scoreless after the barrage 
of goals to end the period in a 3-3 tie. 
Sophomore netminderjamie Vanek stopped 
all 15 LVC shots on goal in the second. 
Vanek finished the gome with 21 saves and 
fell to 8-5. 



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This year LVC bids farewell to the Class of 200 1 . Four short 
years ago these seniors arrived on the LVC campus and 
quickly developed friendships that would last a lifetime. 
Now as we go our separate ways to begin our careers or move on 
to graduate school, we can't help but feel a little sad knowing 
that our college years are over. The people who became our 
"family" for four years are hundreds of miles away, but they will 
always be close to us in our memories. The Class of 2001 , led by 
class President. Chris Rankin, achieved many goals and produced 
many outstanding students. LVC will always hold fond memories 
for these seniors as we enter the "real world" and move on with 
our lives. Congratulations, Class of 2001, and best wishes for 
continued success' 




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Curtis A. Adams 
Bus/ness Administration 



Jessica L. Adams 

Actuarial Science 

French 





Jeffrey 6 Ananea 
Actuarial Science 



Sara E Angle 
Psychology 






Miriam £ Anthony 
Business Administration 



Pamela]. Arminavage 
Psychology 






Michael B Armstrong 
Music Recording Technology 




Amy M- Beckley 
Business Administration 




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Shawn 6- Bender 
Biology 






Stephanie M Bender 
Business Administration 



Elizabeth R. Bersano 
Business Administration 



Shawn A. Berwager 
Business Administration 



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MeUssa A. Black 
Business Administration 



Jeremy F Brodt 
Biology 



Jeffrey j. Boehler. jr. 
Psychology 




Frederick C Brosius. jr. 

Music 

Music Education 



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Justin E Bolton 
Elementary Education 




Stephanie A Capriotti 
Sociology 




LeVar D Bouyer 
Physics 




Jennifer L. Chaplin 
Psychology 







Tamica M Chen 
Business Administration 



Christopher j Coles 
Music Education 



Marcia N Conley 
Music Recording Technology 



Encj. Connelly 
Computer Science 




Sarah E. Connors 
Philosophy 




Keily R. Cooney 
Accounting 




Jill S. Cresswell 
Music 




Pedro A. Cruz 

Secondary Education 

Spanish 




Ann E. Davis 
English 




Denise G. Deaven 
Elementary Education 




Kristin L. DeFrehn 

Elementary Education 

Special Education 




Laura j. DeHart 
Physics 




Gregory S. Delp 
Business Administration 



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janel E. Dennis 

Elementary Education 

Special Education 




Heather A. Domaracki 
Elementary Education 





Kimberly R. Dotson 

Economics, Spanish 

International Business 



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Rebecca j. Drayer 
Business Administration 




Nicole M- Dreger 
Business Administration 




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Matthew W. Edgcomb 
Music Recording Technology 




Aubrey Edwards 

English. German 

Secondary Education 




Clint R. Eisenhower 
Political Science 



Mehnda S. Etschman 
Mathematics 




Shannon L Feather 

Mathematics 

Spanish 




Parrishj. Fessler 
Computer Science 




David R. Finkbiner 

Psychobiology 

Psychology 




Jamie L Fischer 
Biology 



Melissa D Frey 
Mathematics SED 




Carlos G Gamarra 
Music Recording Technology 



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Kathleen £. Geho 

Accounting 

Business Administration 




jaclyn N. Gerlach 
Music Education 




Erie M Gervase 
Business Administration 




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Kerne A. Giaquinto 
Psychobiology 




Jennifer M. Gock 
History 




Lisa M. God/ewski 
Biology 




Michael P. Gottschall 
Business Administration 







Sean M Griffith 

History 

Secondary Education 




Christopher j Guerrisi 
Business Administration 




Micki Lynn Haggblom 
Elementary Education 




Jessica L. Haloskie 
Biology 





Charles R Harrison 

History 
Secondary Education 



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Angela M Harter 

Elementary Education 

Music 





Michelle A Hanman 
Biology 





Kimberly A Hathaway 
Accounting 





Dorene j Hackman 
Music Education 




jill D Helsel 
English Communications 



Came K. Hill 
English Communications 



Tract L. Hindle 
Psychology 



Jason K. Hocker 
Computer Science 





jason W. Hoffer 
Mathematics 




jayanne N Hogate 
English Communications 




Trent A. Hollinger 

Music 
Music Education 




Amanda L. Holmes 
Religion 
Sociology 



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Steven R Horst 
Biology 




Set/i £, Morton 
Music Recording Technology 




Bryan K Huyett 
Sociology 




Tera L. Irmen 

Elementary Education 

Special Education 




Nina A/I. janisch 

French 

International Business 





Paul N. Johnson, IV 
American Studies 



Maria M- jura 

Economics 

International Relations 




Alison G Kabat 
Sociology 







Scott C Kammerer 
Music Recording Technology 



Kristy D, Kane 
Psychology 



Amy S. Kartzman 
English 



Meredith R Keesey 
Sociology 



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David j. Keiser 
)ghsh Communications 




Eugene R. Kelly 

English 

PsychologY 




Jennifer M. Kenny 
Sociology 




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Brock L. Kerchner 
Music Recording Technology 



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Jessica E. Kindt 
Biology 




Ryan M^ Kleinfelter 
Accounting 




Meghan K. Kohlhepp 
Biology 



Tara £. Krammes 

Psychobiology 

Psychology 






Tiffany L. Kunkle 
Polital Science 



Mariah L. Kuratomi 
Elementary Education 



Dorinda K. Lancaster 

Accounting 
Business Administration 




Jessica R Landis 
Biochemistry 



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Bethany L Lausch 

Mathematics 

Secondary EducaVon 




Darryt A- Lawrence 
Business Administration 




Beth A. Light 

English Communications 

Political Science 




Joshua N. Lindeman 
Computer Science 




Cheryl D. Lukeski 
English Communications 




Amy E. Lyons 

Psychology 

Sociology 




Thomas]. Mace 
Accounting 




Gretchen A. Mall 
Elementary Education 






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Anna M Malocu 
Psychology 



Paula M. Marshall 
Psychobiology 



Jennifer L McGough 
Music Education 



Mark P. Mehlmann 
Religion 



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James W Mentzer. Ill 
Elementary Education 





Jessica A Mitchell 
Biochemistry 



Tina M Mongkon 
Elementary Education 



Karen M- Morgan 
Music Education 




Lydia M Morris 
Biology 




Bradley S. A'loser 
Physics 





Joshua A Moyer 
Music Education 







Christopher M Muritz 

History 
Secondary Education 




Michael C. Myers 
Chemistry - ACS 




Desiree M^ Nemec 
English Communications 



Lauren M Nish 
Elementary Education 



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Amy M. Patricelli 
Elementary Education 



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Jessica E. Pfahl 

Business Administration 

International Business 




Donald L. Raiger 

Business Administration 

Philosophy 




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Matthew R. Ralph 
English Communications 




Christopher M. Rankin 
English Literature 




Summer A. Red 

Chemistry. English 

Mathematics 





Gerard M- Reilly, jr. 

American Studies 

History 



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Biology 




Andrew P. Rimby 
Computer Science 





Alfredo Rivera 
Accounting 




Angela L. Roller 
Music Recording Technology 





Dana A/1. Romenesko 
Music Education 



jana L Romlein 
Psychology 



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Amanda L Santana 
Psychology 



Jennifer L. Scheldt 
Biology 




Alyson 6 Schular 
Biology 




Elizabeth M. Seidenstricker 

Elementary Education 

Special Education 




Kathenne A. Sekula 

Music Education 
Music Performance 





Leah S. Sernoffsky 
English Communications 




Anahit Simmons 
Business Administration 



Laura K Simolike 

Elementary Education 

Spanish 




Jennifer A Seyfert 

Business Administration 

Spanish 





Eric S Schroder 
Elementary Education 



Maggie L S/monton 
Elementary Education 



Shawn M Small 

Music 
Music Education 



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Carrie M Smeltzer 
Business Administration 



Amanda L Snoke 
Business Administration 



Erin L. Southwick 
Music Education 



Molly M. Stachnik 

English Literature 

Mathematics 




Amy M Stack 
Business Administration 




Curt P. Stanton 
Computer Science 




Robert W. Stepenaskie 

Elementary Education 

Special Education 




Ryan D. Stevens 
Elementary Education 




Sara L Stichler 
French 
Spanish 




Stacey A. Stinson 
Biology 







Natalie M. Stitzer 
Elementary Education 




Elizabeth A. Stokes 
Biology 



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Kirsten L Stowell 
Biology 




Lynne M Tenley 
History 




Christina L Thompson 
Business Administration 




Becky S. Tice 

Elementary Education 

Special Education 




Todd W Travitz 

Elementary Education 

Special Education 





Brett E Trego 
Business Administration 




Alvin M Trone 
International Business 




Kimberly A. Umbenhaur 

Accounting 
Business Administration 




Angela] Van Steenvoort 

Elementary Education 

Spanish 




Nathan L Wade 
Elementary Education 



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Michelle A Walmsley 
English Communications 




Stephanie R Warner 
Business Administration 



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Amy L Wasserleben 
English 



Diane]. Watts 
Biology 








jeryl M Weaver 
Business Administration 



Andrew S Weicksei 
Music 




Jama C Wert 
Biology 




Erica S Wineske 

Arts Management 

Individualized Mapr 




David A Winjum 
Music Recording Technology 




Jennifer Wood 

Elementary Education 

Special Education 




Lindsay D Worrall 

Business Administration 

Sponish 




Lindsey S. Yeiser 

Elementary Education 

Special Education 




Brooke A. Young 
Business Administration 




julie M. Yourkawitch 
Biology 



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Christopher D. Ziegler 
Business Administration 



George P Zimmerman 
Business Administration 



Lora L. Zimmerman 
Sociology 




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Sharon E Zook 
Psychology 



Congratulations 

Lebanon Valley College 

Class of 200 1! 




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'' Please Remember" 

Leann Rimes 
From the motion picture soundtracl< Coyote Ugly 

Time, sometimes the time just slips away 

And your left with yesterday 

Left with the memories 

I, I'll always think of you and smile 

And be happy for the time 

I had you with me 

Though we go our seperate ways 

I won't forget so don't forget 

The memories we made 

(Chorus) 

Please remember, please remember 

I was there for you 

And you were there for me 

Please remember, our time together 

The time was yours and mine 

While we were wild and free 

Please remember, please remember me 

Goodbye, there's just no sadder word to say 

And it's sad to walk away 

With just the memories 

Who's to know what might have been 

We'll leave behind a life and time 

We'll never know again 

(Chorus) 

And how we laugh and how we smile 

And how this heart was yours and mine 

And how a dream was out of reach 

I stood by you, you stood by me 

We took each day and made it shine 

We wrote our names across the sky 

We ride so fast, we ride so free 

And I knew that you had me 

(Chorus) 

Please remember. Please remember 



Favorite Classes: 

Favorite Spring Arts Moments: 

Favorite Dining Hall Meal: 

People I Dated at LVC: 

Most Mennorable Moment: 

Worst Grade I Ever Received: 

Best Friends: 

Favorite Recreational Activity: 

Organizations I Was Involved In: 

Best College Achievement: 

Best Place I Lived During College: 

Funniest Thing I Ever Did: 

Number of Parking Violations: 



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It seems like only yesterday 

we were arriving on the 

LVC campus to begin our 

long journey to graduation. 





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Like most years. LVC presented a variety of events 
and shows to entertain the students and com- 
munity. A brand new colloquium was created on 
the subject of Love, three wonderful plays were pre- 
sented, students ran a variety of events during Wellness 
Week, Children's Day. and the Math Olympics, and as 
always Spring Arts did not let anyone down. Spring Arts 
was a little bit new this year as the bands performed in 
the Arnold Sports Center instead of outside. Christmas 
at the Valley, an annual holiday LVC tradition, drew 
many people from the community. LVC looks to con- 
tinue these wonderful events for next year with the 
assistance of the student body. 



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Colloquium 




Sari Locker spoke about sex and 
relationships on Monday, Oct. 2 at 
7:30 p.m. in Lutz Hall and on Tues- 
day, Oct. 3 at II a.m. in Leedy 
Theater. 



Sari Locker Gives LVC 
Some 



By Stephanie Lezotte 
Courtesy of La Vie Collegienne 

San Locker, author of The Complete 
Idiot's Guide to Amazing Sex and Mind- 
blowing Sex in the Real World, will speak 
on sex and relationships in Lutz Hall on 
Monday. Oct. 2. at 7:30 p.m. On Tues- 
day. Oct. 3 at 11:00 a.m. in Leedy 
Theater, there will be an open forum 
discussion with Locker. 

San Locker is a popular talk show 
personality and has appeared on over 
200 talk shows and news shows includ- 
ing: "Hard Copy." "Inside Edition," 
"NBC Nightly News with Tom Brokaw." 
"Politically Incorrect," "Entertainment 
Tonight." "Jerry Springer," "Ricki 
Lake," and "MSNBC." She has also writ- 
ten for many magazines such as Playboy, 
Teen People, Entertainment Weekly, 



Marie Claire, and Women's Own. 

Locker was the host of a talk show 
"Late Night with Sari," on Lifetime TV 
which aired from 1 995-96. It was awar 
ded "Best Talk Show" by the Americar 
Women in Radio and Television. She also 
hosted her own radio talk show on WBA \ 
in New York City from 1 992-94. \ 

Formally. Locker was a Relationship\ 
Correspondent on WCBS TV News 2 and 
a guest commentator on MSNBC, disi 
cussing sex and relationships in the; 
news. I 

Locker holds a Bachelor of Scienal 
degree from Cornell University and c\ 
Master of Science degree from the Uni'\ 
versity of Pennsylvania. 




Nashville recording star Mandy Barnett ap- 
peared on Tuesday, Feb. 6 at 7:30 p.m. in the 
Allen Theatre. 




Filmmaker 
Wendy jo Co- 
hen presented 
her comedy, 
''Tom Luvs 
Maeve 4-Ever" 
on Tuesday, 
Feb. 20 at 1 
p.m. in Leedy 
Theater. 



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"Sex in the New 
Millenium" Speaker 



LVC Press Release 

Molly Kelly, author, homemaker. and lectur- 
er on the issue of chastity, will dicuss "Sex in the 
New Millennium" on Tuesday. Oct. 10 at 7 
p.m. in the Faust Lounge. The presentation is 
free and open to the public. 

Kelly is the author of the book "Let's Talk to 
Teens About Chastity, and has written three 
brochures entitled "Let's Talk." "Sexual rou- 
lette." and "Mixed Messages " Kelly is fea- 
tured in a video called "Teens and Chastity" 
and has made numerous radio and television 
appearances included "CBS This Morning." 
and "Nightly News with Peter Jennings." 

Kelly was widowed in 1 975 and has raised six 
sons and two daughters She speaks to more 
than 100.000 teens annually throughout the 
US and Canada, and has also addressed 



students in Australia. England, and Wales She 
is the chairperson of the National Abstinence 
Clearinghouse Board, and founding president of 
the PA Education Foundation and the Delaware 
Valley Alliance. She was appointed by the Fed- 
eral Government to the Grant Review Board of 
the Department of Health and Human Services 
and to the Philadelphia Public School Sex Ed- 
ucation Advisory Board to review human sex- 
uality/ AIDS material 

Kelly holds a bachelor's degree in business 
economics from Trinity College. She has been 
granted a variety of awards, including the Papal 
Cross, numerous honorary doctorates and the 
S. I.G.N. Award given by teens who wanted to 
honor her for her work with young people. 



Love's the Yearly Theme for 2000 

Colloquium 



By Sara Hodon 

Courtesy La Vie Collegienne 

Aren't we all looking for /ove' Does anyone 
truly know what love is'' 

This year's colloquium series. "Looking for 
Love", seeks to examine and explore answers 
to these questions through a variety of lectures, 
films, and concerts that look at love from dif- 
ferent perspectives. In keeping with the tra- 
dition of colloquiums from recent years which 
have had such themes as race relations, gender 
relations, technology, and the millennium, this 
year's series hopes to roise some intelligent and 
thought-provoking questions on the universal 
theme. 

As Dr. jim Scott, colloquium committee chair- 
person explained, "This topic was chosen be- 
cause love IS a topic that is of interest to 
everybody because everybody thinks they know 
something already." 

The 2000-01 school year brought a bit of a 
departure from the usual structure of the collo- 
quium In past years, there are two colloquiums 
per year, but Dr. Scott explained it was 



time to try something new "We restruc- 
tured it because people felt there was too 
much in one semester " he said By stretch- 
ing the events through the entire year, the 
college community can take advantage of 
the many diverse programs this series has to 
offer 

The first colloquium event was a showing 
of the film Love Story at the Allen Theater on 
Sept. / 7. Dr. Scott noted that the turnout 
was on the small side, adding that the com- 
mittee was hoping to feature it as the out- 
door movie, but it had to be moved to the 
Allen because of expenses. 

Upcoming events include "Dr Ruth of the 
MTV Generation." Sari Locker, on Oct 2. 
lectures on interracial dating and adoption 
in October and November respectively, and 
the films Love's Labours Lost on Oct I. La 
Boheme on Oct. 29. Secrets and Lies on 
Nov. 5, and Babette's Feast on Nov 19 

Dr Scott pointed out that Love's Labours 
Lost, a musical adaptation of Shakespear's 
classic play, has not been shown anywhere 



in the Harrisburg area and will have its area 
premiere at the Allen. The other films featured 
have had very few. if any area screenings 

Although the colloquium is now in its eighth 
year, it hos only recently started to be widely 
publicized and recognized outside of campus. 
Some colloquium events in post yeors have 
caused mapr controversy 

"Controversy is not something we we/come, 
nor ;s it something we shy away from." Dr. 
Scott said He then went on to explain the 
purpose of the colloquium series "It forces us to 
ask the important questions If we're not looking 
at the important questions the colloquium is not 
doing Its job. It's about conversations that mat- 
ter. We want to feature things that people will 
talk about the next day at lunch and in classes. " 

For a complete schedule of upcoming collo- 
quium events, check out the "Looking For Love" 
events calendars throughout campus or the 
"Live at LVC" events calendar. 



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/Activities pair 




The APO brothers show us what their fraternity is all 
about. 





Alison Kabat represents religious life on 
campus during the activities fair. 




jen Brown checks out the yearbook 
while thinking of joining the staff. 



The TKE brothers display their collection of nnemorabilia. 



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A member of the juggling club 
shows off her talent in hopes of 
recruiting new members for her 
club. 




College Republicans urge the campus to 
vote in the upcoming election. 




Smile! The Clio sisters take time out for a quick 
picture! 




Gamma Sig sisters. Amy Stack and Cheryl Beezup, 
recruit new members to add to their sorority. 




President of the accounting club. Don 
Lancaster, draws potential members to 
her table. 



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Full Exposure's Chris Guer- 
rissi exposes his rap tech- 
niques and hardcore hip- 
hop to the crowd. 



Cathy Chrisostomo gives her 
show-stopping voice away to 
"Somewhere Out There." 



Lakeisha Smith shows 
her colorful, artistic 
side with some of her 
favorite poetry. 





"Tonight and the Rest of My Life" gives the talent 
show a little folk touch from Rachel Frost, Amanda 
Noto. John McGlinchy, and Jeff Steinbach. 



Everyone applauds as Scean and Tamara receive 
first prize for their hot performance! 



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Karl Strauss. Bryan Wethington, jess Mc- 
Quay, and jon Crane perform an original 
song during the LVC Talent Show. 




These guys have the moves to to be the 
next 'N SYNCH 




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Scean and Tamara show off the 
performance that won them first 
place in their rendition of "I 
Gotch'a." 



Tameka Hardy and Eesha Butler 
give a gospel performance with 
"His Eye is on the Sparrow." 





Brandon Boyd 
shows off his voice 
with "Love Ain't Got 
No Color." 



"Oh Happy Day" is what Voices of Spirit sang with all their hearts! 



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Peter Pan 




The Lost Boys anxiously await Mrs. Darling's answer 
at the end of the play. 





Above: Ann Davis and Sara 
Mintonye show the audience just 
how talented they are. 

Below: The entire cast in action. 




Mr. and Mrs. Darling are in the middle of a 
heated discussion. 







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Captain Hook. Smee. and a pirate 
plot their next move. 




The Darling family gets ready for bed. 




Peter Pan celebrates 
his victory over Cap- 
tain Hook. 




Tinkerbell admires her 
ring. 




The Lost Boys partake in a delicious dinner. 



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omecoming 



The 1 999 Homecoming king and queen, Tommy Mealy 
and Carrie Fetterman pose with the 2000 king and 
queen, Shawn Berwager and Anna Malocu. 



Anna is overwhelmed as President 
Pollick presents her with powers. 






Tera Irmen smiles for the camera as 
the crowd looks on. 



A shot of the 2000 Homecoming Court. 



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The defense prepares for the next play against 
Susquehanna. 





2000 Homecoming King: Shawn Berwager 
Homecoming Queen: Anna Malocu 

Some of the homecoming court anxiously await 
to hear who the new king and queen are. 



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(Clockwise) A member lets out a few notes of her own. 



Tlie band's fast changing formations are sure to keep the 
crowd interested. 



Awaiting their cue to start playing is die brass section. 



"1 wish the sun would stay of my eyes" thinks a couple of the 
band members. 






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Getting ready to awe the crowd with some flag 
movements is a member of the marching band. 




Left) The 2000 drum major l<eeps the 
Pride of the Valley marching band ir: 
step with the tempo. 



IRightl The marching band does their 
best to dazzle the homecoming crowd. 



(Right! The 2000 LVC band keeps in step as they 
march into a new formation. 





A member of the percussion section tries to concentrate 
on keeping with the tempo. 



The tuba player steps up for a short solo. 




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One of the many displays in 
the college center dealt with 
injury prevention and safety. 




A student receives a massage 
to relieve stress from classes. 




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TURKEY SUB 



Let's see just how healthy the LVC dining hall 



menu is 





Jackie Brown models her dis- 
play on stress 



After all that wonderful 
dining hall food. I don't 
think anyone will be look- 
ing like this for a while! 



Another display in the college ,, 
center focused on how well you 
know your family. 




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C^hildrens [)ay 




Senior, Laura Simolike assists the children in some crafts. 




The afternoon continued with some story telling. 





The children dive into some more craft 
making. 



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The kids use up some of their energy by acting out 
the motions to a story. 




The children line up to head to the next event. 




Sophomore, John Dolmer. gets the kids 
organized to play a game of kickball. 




John gets his kickball team pumped up for the 
next game. 




The kids participate in some group activities. 



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LVC students relax on the social quad and 
watch the spring arts action. 




A band performs in front of the college 
center as students and community 
members look on. 



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LVC alum. Amy Borders, poses with 
her mom at the spring arts food 
stands. 






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Kelly Cooney and Cheryl Beezup let out their end of semester 
stress by jousting against each other. 





A caricature artist displays his talent on the 
LVC campus. 




TKE, AST, and Philo represent their Greek organ- 
izations by making their specialty foods. 




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ML s the following pages indicate. Greeks continue to partici- 
M\ pate in the community and on campus througli their hard 
work and service. Though membership numbers are de- 
clining for some fraternities and sororities, this has not let the 
members of Greek Council lose their enthusiasm for planning 
events this year. Under their leadership, two exciting Greek 
Weeks were held, bringing the members of the fraternities and 
sororities closer together. Many seniors were lost this year to 
graduation and they will be greatly missed. Next year shows 
promise for continued growth as Chris Kuelch resumes the 
position of Presidency. Good luck to all the Greeks as they recruit 
new members and continue to serve the community. 



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Gamma Sigma Sigma 




Gamma Sig: Improving 

Character and Community 

Througli Service 



By Kelly Cooney & Cheryl Beezup 
Courtesy of La Vie Collegienne 

This semester has been one filled with service 
and pn for the sisters of Gamma Sigma Sigma - 
Beta Chi Chapter. Gamma Sigma Sigma is a 
National Service and Social Sorority, which up- 
holds the ideals of friendship, service, and equal- 
ity. Each semester our dedicated sisters must 
acquire a minimum of 1 5 hours of service, which 
are accomplished by serving our community 
and campus. 

To date, we have volunteered our time to 
many charitable organizations and causes. Dur- 
ing the last weekend in September, Gamma Sig 
had a service weekend. On Friday, we went to 
the YMCA of Lebanon to chaperone Kid's Night 
Out. This was a service project where not only 
did the children have a terrific time but the 
sisters did too! We continued our service week- 
end the next morning by doing litter control 
along Ono Road, just off of Route 934, in con- 
juction with the Adopt-a-Highway program. 

Our next major service project benefitted the 
Annville community and the Lebanon Wa- 
tershed Association. We spent a sunny Saturday 
morning planting shrubs and trees along the 
Quittie to prevent erosion. Not only did we 
contribute to an important project but we also 
had tons of fun as some of our sisters chased the 
cows around the farm we were planting on! 



Gamma Sig has also done service to benefit 
the campus. On Oct. 1 0. we participated in a 
"Day of Remembrance" along with Wig and 
Buckle. The sisters were dressed in black, paint- 
ed their faces white, and wore signs explaining 
how they "died" because of an alcohol related 
tragedy. This was part of the effort of LVC's 
Alcohol Awareness Month to remember those 
who died. 

On Tuesday, Oct. 22, the sisters helped with 
Business Career Day here on campus. This is an 
event sponsored by the Business Department, 
where high school students participate in ac- 
tivities that help them to understand more 
about the field of business. 

In addition to all the wonderful service that 
the sisters of Gamma Sig provide, we also have 
a social aspect to our sorority. This means that 
we do many activities together in order to bond 
as sisters. Our first social activity was a MTV 
Music Awards party on Sept. 7 where we had 
lots of fun and ate lots of food! On Friday, Oct. 
20 the sisters went to Field of Screams in 
Lancaster and had a good time as they kicked 
off Homecoming weekend. An upcoming social 
we have planned is the Wild Wings Cafe on 
Nov. 1 and upcoming service projects include 
AIDS Community Alliance. Philhaven, Ronald 
McDonald House, and the "Girl Scouts Go to 
College" program in conjunction with the LVC 
Campus Girl Scouts. 




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AST Sisters Reach Out: 

Alabama and 

South Carolina 



3y Aubrey lacolino 

Zourtesy of La Vie Collegienne 

Welcome back everyone! The sisters of 
\lpha Sigma Tau had a very busy summer. 
Viembers Christy Thompson, jese Wieand, 
rraci Hindle, and Rachelle Antonacci at- 
■.ended the Alpha Sigma Tau National Con- 
'ention, which is held every two years. The 
iisters met our National Staff and sisters 
rom all around the nation. They learned 
r^any new ideas and we shared some of our 
wn to better the sororities nationally and 
ocally. 

Also this summer, member Krissy 
'^eFrehn graduated from the Marine Corp 



boot camp at Parris Island. South Carolina. 
After 1 3 weeks of boot camp, she graduated 
with the rank of Private First Class. In the 
near fjture she will be moving up to the rank 
of Lance Corporal. Krissy worked very hard, 
and all the sisters of Alpha Sigma Tau con- 
gratulate her and wish her the best. 

Any girls that are interested in knowing 
more about the Alpha Sigma Tau Sorority 
and its members, please come out to our 
first social of the year on October 1 1 , at 
9:45 p.m. in the Vickroy Lounge. There will 
be food and refreshments along with a lot of 
fun. Hope to see you there! 



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Zourtesy of La Vie Collegienne 
On Nov. 4 the sisters of Alpha Sigma Tau 
elebrated our lOlst year as a National 
•ocial Sorority. Alpha Sigma Tau was the 
irst national sorority recognized at LVC in 
992. with 30 founding women. We also 
participate in many service activities. On 
-lalloween night, the sisters went around the 
eighborhood collecting canned goods for 
he Ronald McDonald House. The sisters 
ollected over 300 mixed non-perishable 
.ems. The sisters will again go around and 



collect goods for the upcoming Thanksgiving 
holiday, trying to beat that number. 

Our second social was held on Nov. 29 in 
Vickroy lounge for a "Pajama Rama. " where we 
made a quilt for the Ronald McDonald House. 
We also made holiday greeting cards that will 
be distributed to the residents of the Lebanon 
Retirement Home. All ladies are more than 
welcome to stop by and see what we are all 
about. We hope you'll come and join us for our 
activities in January. Have a great holiday from 
the sisters of Alpha Sigma Tau! 



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Phi Sigma Sigma 




Phi Sigma Sigma 
'Liglits the Night 



By Amy Kartzman 

Courtesy of La Vie Collegienne 

On Sept. 20, the sisters of Phi Sigma 
Sigma took part in the Leukemia and Lym- 
phoma Society's Light the Night in Lan- 
caster. Cities all over the country hold Light 
the Night, a 2.5 mile walk to raise money 
for the research of leukemia and lympho- 
ma. Our sisters walked with over 300 
members of the Lancaster community for 
the cause. 



Our first Fall rush was held on Sept 26 
in the Student Activities Room. We had 
"Fun in tiie Sun" as we made shower bags 
for the local women's shelter and got to 
know more about the women who atten- 
ded. Phi Sig is a national social sorority that 
promotes the advancement of women in 
society. If you're interested in learning 
more about Phi Sig, keep an eye out for 
sisters around campus. Watch for flyers on 
our upcoming rushes! 



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Phi Lambda Sigma 




Kappa Sigma Kappa 




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Greek Council 




TKE Runs Clothing 
Drive 




By Dave Yinger 

Courtesy of La Vie Collegienne 

The brothers of Tau Kappa Epsihn 
recently conducted a clothing drive at 
each LVC home football game. Dona- 
tions were received from students, fac- 
ulty, and parents who attended games. 
Following the last home game, the bags 



of clothing were transported and do- 
nated to the Jubilee goodwill store in 
Lebanon. The brothers' hope is that this 
clothing will help area citizens who are 
in need of suitable clothing for the hol- 
idays and winter months. Thank you to 
all who participated and donated cloth- 
ing. 



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Greek Week 200 1 




Becky Tice hands her cup to Lindsey Wey- 
mouth after successfully catching the egg in 
the cup during the Egg Drop. 




Lex; Smith smiles for the cam- 
era after winning 2nd place for 
Gamma Sig in the Pie Eating 
Contest. 




Christy Thompson and Dave Keiser 
both try for a big splash during the 
Cannonball contest. 







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Everyone stands and watches the action along the fence. 





Is that food really worth waiting 
in line for? 



Everyone watches to see who the win- 
ner of the pie eating contest will be. 




Gamnna Sig's Greek Goddess, Sara 
Shaffer, and spokesperson. Amy 
Stack, pose for the camera. 



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Amy Lyons concentrates on getting the egg into the cup 
while others look on. 




AST tries to win points in the ob- 
stacle course. 





Carol Donley goes hurdling 
over the table. 




The guys take tinr)e to chat between 
events. 



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The 2000-01 sports season was a remarkable one 
for LVC. This year. LVC teams compiled two 
post-season championships, one regular season 
championship, one individual championship, several 
post-season appearances, a number of MAC invita- 
tions, a plethora of nationally and regionally recog- 
nized players, and three award-winning fields. The 
football team had its best season ever, both men's and 
women's soccer teams made the playoffs for the first 
time, the field hockey team ranked # / in the nation 
again, and the ice hockey team won the ECAC 
Conference and won a bid into the National Playoffs 
for the first time in school history. Valley sports 
continue to improve and show promise for the coming 
years. 




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ootball 



Coach Silecchia and Coach Beard contemplate the 
next play. 



The 2000 football season was a success. Their 4-6 
record was a vast improvement over the previous 
few years. The seniors this year pulled the team togeth- 
er and were key leaders in the Dutchmen's overall 
performance. All the team members and coaching staff 
played a crucial role in making this season the best yet. 




As game time approaches, the captains re- 
turn from the coin toss preparing for battle. 




SCORES 




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06 Moravian 


19 


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20 Lycoming 


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Senior Members: 9 - Doug Henning, 24 - Sliawn Berwager. 31 -joe Trezza, 35 - Eric 
Connelly. 45 - Todd Lipp. 52 -John Music, 61 - Eric Shrader, 62 - Shaun Lohman, 65 
Andy Troutman. 80 -joe Adamo. 



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The team celebrates together after making a good play. 



Scott Marek punts the football with 
perfect form. 





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^heerleading 




The LVC cheerleaders get the crowd pumped up 
during the game. 




While the band kicks up a song, the cheerleaders 
show off their moves. 





LVC cheerleader. Megon Foxall, strikes a pose while 
performing a cheer. 



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Left: "Who wants a touchdown^" shout 
the cheerleaders. 

Down: Politely cheering on the team is an 
LVC cheerleader. 







Above: The LVC fans go wild as the cheerleaders root 
them on in a favorite cheer. 

Left: The girls wow the crowd with their energy! 



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ross Country 



jess Zarko leads the packl 



LVC's Men and Women's cross country teams ran to 
an outstanding finish this season. Under the guid- 
ance of head coach Kent Reed and first year assistant 
coach Candace Lebo, the team put in many hours of 
practice and it showed. They ended their season in 
Boston at the NCAA Division III Mideast Regionals where 
they proved to be competitive. The outlook for next 
season is positive as many of the underclassman are 
returning. All of the seniors will be greatly missed. 




The girls' team shows their unity. 



SCORES 




MEN WOMEN 


9th Kutztown 


7th 


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6th 


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W 


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4th Susquehanna 


3rd 


27 th Dickinson 


17th 


8th Allentown 


19th 


1 9th Gettysburg 


8th 


8th MAC 


5th 


1 5th Tufts College 


nth 


22nd NCAA Dill 


13th 




Men's & Women's Cross Country 




Senior Members: Scott Lewandowsl<i. jerry Reilly. Melissa Black. Anna Maiocu, Michelle 
Walmsley. Jessica Zarko. junior Members: Donald Nolett. Samantha Conlan. Michelle ' 
Lomas.jr., Nicole Ondo. 



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Girl power! 



Senior Jerry Reilly strives for victory. 




Let's go Valley, let's go! 



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p/e/d Hockey 



The 2000 Women's Field Hockey team finished the 
season with an 1 8-3 overall record. The Common- 
wealth Conference named head coach Kathy Tierney as 
their Coach of the Year and senior forward Lora Zim- 
merman as the league's Most 'Valuable Player. Seniors, 
Beth Light, Lindsey Yeiser, and Lora Zimmerman were 
named as NFHCA National and Regional All-Americans. 




The Lady Dutchmen fight the defender for control of the 
ball. 






Commonwealth 






Conference 






Games 






SCORES 




LVC 




OPP 


01 


Widener 


00 


04 


Elizabethtown 


01 


03 


Susquehanna 


02 


06 


Moravian 


00 


05 


Juniata 


01 


06 


Albright 


00 


02 


Messiah 
CC Semi-Finals 


03 


01 


Susquehanna 
CC Championship 


00 


03 


Messiah 


01 



Jen Selin brings the ball up the field and looks 
for a teammate to pass to. 




Senior Members; 5 - Elizabeth Seiclenstricker, 8 - lenniter Chaplin, U) - Lor 
Zimmerman, 17 - Beth Light, 25 - Paula Marshall, 33 - Alyson Schular, 51 ■ 
1 inclsey Yeiser. lunior Members: 6 - Erin Engle, 7 - Lisa Duke, 14 - Elizabet 
Shover, 22 - Natalie Taylor, 24 - Nickole Smith, 26 - Danielle McCarney, 30 
frisha Fatula, 88 - Beth Gross, 00 - Candace Miller. 



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"That was a terrible call!" thinks 
enior co-captain, Lindsey Yeiser looks to pass the ball to ar) open Paula Marshall, another senior co- 
eammate. captain. 





Lora Zimmerman hustles to beat the Drew defender 
to the ball. 

Beth Light concentrates on the ball to set up a good 
pass in hopes of a goal. 



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/^ ens Soccer 



The men's soccer team had a successful season. 
Head coach Mark Pulisic lead the team to a 9-9-1 
record and recleved the Coach of the Year award. The 
Dutchman went to the playoffs for the first time in LVC 
history. Overall, the team did very well and is looking 
forward to an even better season in 2001 . 



'Watch this move number nine!" thinks 

senior. Ken Klopp as he shows off his 

fancy footwork. 




Going for a goal, Nate Acker speeds past his opponent. 





SCORES 




LVC 




OPP 


2 

1 

5 
2 


Philadelphia Bible 
Lycoming 

Kings 
Moravian 


3 
2 

3 


3 
3 


Albright 
Elizabethtown 



4 


1 


Goucher 


2 





Messiah 


8 


3 


Wilkes 


2 



2 
7 
3 


Randolf-Macon 
Del. Valley 
Marywood 
Allentown 


3 

1 





6 


Juniata 





3 
3 
2 


Susquehanna 

Gwynedd-Mercy 

Alvernia 


1 



3 


2 


Widner 


2 





Messiah 


4 




2000 Flying Dutchmen Soccer 




Senior Members: 2-Gregory Delp. 3-Ryan Butzer. 4-Sliawn Bender. I /-Kenneth Klopa 
23-Biff Wade. 26-Seth Rife, junior Members: 5-Mattiiew Zander, 7-Kevin Eiker, ^| 
Nathan Acker. 1 4-Brian Robbins. 1 9'Nicholas Thomas. 



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arrad Strausbaugh dears it out of the backfield using his perfected 
■kills. 



Michael Boger runs with determi- 
nation towards the goal. 




The exhausted team 
looks on with anticipa- 
tion. 



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w 



omens Soccer 



Dawn Rumbley fights to get 

control of the ball from two 

defenders. 



The women's soccer team ended their season with 
an impressive 14-5-1 season. Not only did this 
year's team qualify for the division playoffs, but also the 
ECAC Mid-Atlantic Women's Soccer Championships for 
the first time ever. This season was a great "building 
year. " 




Jaime Starkowski works hard to keep the ball away 
as it nears the goal. 




SCORES 




LVC ( 


DPP 


06 Ursinus 


39 


1 9 Juniato 


07 


06 Moravian 


19 


49 King's 


16 


20 Ly conning 


42 


26 Albright 


31 


34 Susquehanna 


27 


00 Wilkes 


55 


1 4 Widner 


46 


28 Delaware Val 


. 20 



2000 Flying Dutchmen Women's Soccer 




Senior Members: 9 - Beth Lausch. 1 - Stephanie Warner, 1 9 - Michelle Hartman. junior 
Members: 5 - Robyn LaRosa, 1 2 - Suzanne Becker, 2 1 - Abigail Stoltzfus, 25 -Jennifer 
Newcomer. 



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'Reddy" to take control of the ball. Allison Reddy sprints down the field. 



Amber Spell pulls ahead of the de- 
fense and heads for the goal in 
hopes of putting her team ahead. 




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Senior, Steph Warner 
shows good form as she 
prepares to send the ball 
downfield. 



Robyn LaRosa looks for a 
fellow teammate to pass 
to. 



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^yomens Tennis 



The Lebanon Valley College women's tennis team 
concluded the 2000 season with a 3-4 record in 
the Commonwealth Conference and 8-9 overall, junior 
Lindsay Schlossbach was named to the 2000 Com- 
monwealth Conference Women's Tennis All-Star 
team. 



Erin Pastucka focuses on her serve. 




A new freshman whips a backhand down the line! 






SCORES 




LVC 




OPP 


8 


King's College 


1 


6 

1 
6 


Albright 
Lycoming 
Allentown 


3 
8 
3 


4 



Susquehanna 
Messiah 


5 
9 


2 


Dickinson 


7 


1 


Juniata 


8 


2 
8 


Marywood 
Wilkes 


7 
1 


1 


Moravian 


8 


1 


Elizabethtown 


8 


3 


Gaucher 


6 


8 


Rosemont 


1 


9 


Eastern 





9 


York 






2000 Women's Tennis Team 




Coach Cliff Myers, Jessica Landis, Lindsay Schlossbach, Erin Pas- 
tucka. Robyn Sotak, Lisa Landis, Jessica Pennington, Kristen Barone, 
Kelly Stau^er 



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Lindsay Schlossbach gets in position to return the serve. 



Robin steadily follows through on 
her backhand. 







Erin Pastucka reaches jess smashes a winning 

high for the serve and serve and hopes for an 

prepares to drop the ace. 
bomb on the opponent. 



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^yomens Volleyball 



The Lebanon Valley College women's volleyball 
team wrapped up the 2000 season with an 
impressive overall record of 17-11 and Common- 
wealth Conference mark of 3-4. The season was quite 
successful as the team came within one win of clinch- 
ing a conference playoff spot and they won the Valley 
Classic for the first time in five seasons with a win over 
University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown. 





Alison Kabat and Amanda Myers get in 
position to receive the serve. 



The Dutchmen celebrate after winning the 
match. 





SCORES 




LVC 




DPP 


1 
3 


King's College 
Widener 


3 
2 


3 



Bryn Mawr 
Moravian 



3 



3 

3 


Susquehanna 
Albright 
Juniata 

Elizabethtown 


3 

3 

1 





Messiah 


3 


3 


Dickinson 





3 Franklin & Marshall 1 



2000 Women's Volleyball Team 




Diana Perry. 5-Crystal Wyman. lO-Sherri Purse/. 3-Angie McCracl<en. Wayne Perry. 7- 
Danelle McCusi<er. 6-Amanda Myers. 1 2-Amy Zigenfuss, 1 4-jennifer Hei/ond, 8-Kelly 
Kaufman. I l-Steph George. Jackie Kopco. 9-Alison Kabat. 4-Becl<y Tice, I -Erin Sch/es 



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Angle McCracken encourages her teamnnate to hang in there. 



Becky Tice concentrates before 
serving the ball. 




Danelle McCusker and 
Angle McCracken get up 
on the block and prepare 
to send the ball back on 
Delaware Valley's side. 



Senior co-captain, Becky 
Tice. gets low to bump 
the ball to the setter for 
the bump-set-spike. 



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nA ens Baske tball 



The 2000-01 basketball season was a rebuilding one 
for the Dutchmen. They had a record of 13-12. 
making it to the MAC playoffs. There are many up and 
coming players on the team, promising an excellent future 
for years to come. This year we say good-bye to many 
senior players including Steve Horst, Chris Ziegler, and 
Ron Knerr. We wish the departing seniors the best of luck 
and the rest of the team a successful run at the MAC next 
season. 





The tension mounts as Darren Pugh at- 
tempts a free throw. 





SCORES 




LVC 




OPP 


65 


Connecticut 


71 


59 


Randolph 


47 


60 


Dickinson 


58 


44 


Urs/nus 


47 


59 


Elizabethtown 


73 


58 


Messiah 


57 


90 


Juniata 


65 


72 


Delaware Val. 


75 


59 


Savannah 


53 


65 


Fetician 


S3 


60 


Montdair State 


61 


75 


Catholic 


65 


78 


Susquehanna 


62 


74 


Moravian 


83 


5i 


F&M 


68 


52 


Albright 


49 


83 


Widener 


91 


63 


Elizabethtown 


67 


77 


Messiah 


73 


67 


Juniata 


68 


78 


Susquehanna 


75 


82 


Moravian 


72 


56 


Albriglit 


SB 


67 


Widner 


57 



Ron Knerr battles his way into the lane in 
hopes of an easy layup. 



2000-01 Men's Basketball Team 




OO-Chris Ziegler, 10-Drew Braytorcl, 15-Evan Harlor, 23-Ecl Marshall, 
25-Ryan Moore, 30-Steve Horst, 31 -Darren Pugh, 34-)ohn Sharkey, 
50-leff Kline, 54-Ron Knerr 



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Steve Horst tries to pass the 
ball up the court and get by 
the leaping defender. 




Senior, Chris Ziegler brings the ball 
up the court and looks to set up the 
perfect play. 




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Sophomore. Drew Brayford. 
shows his strong ball-handling 
skills and rolls past the defender. 



Freshnnan, Evan Harlor, gets past 
the defense, showing the competi- 
tion the future of LVC basketball. 





Junior, Ryan Moore, looks to pass to 
an open teammate. 



Sharkey takes it strong to the 
hoop and looks to ignite the 
crowd with a dunk. 



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^yomens Basketball 



Led by seniors Miriam Anthony, Lora Zimmerman, 
and Lindsey Yeiser and sophomores Steph Tighe 
and Christine Bigler, the women's basketball team had a 
very successful season. Many players won honors and 
Mim Anthony and Steph Tighe were named to the 
Commonwealth All-Star Team. Mim led the nation in 
steals this year for Division III. The seniors will be greatly 
missed but the team shows promise for next year. 




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Andrea Zawalak dribbles around the defense and 
down the court. 



The Valley women chat as they head to the locker room during 
halttiine. 





SCORES 




LVC 




OPP 


68 


Lycoming 


66 


58 


Delaware Val. 


78 


89 


Neumann 


78 


6/ 


Elizabethtown 


68 


67 


Messiah 


75 


82 


Marywood 


57 


73 


Juniata 


70 


58 


Western Maryland 


53 


61 


Susquehana 


69 


64 


Haverford 


40 


74 


Moravian 


62 


69 


Albriglit 


53 


66 


Widener 


73 


52 


Elizabethtown 


65 


74 


Baptist Bible 


58 


68 


Messiali 


48 


64 


Juniata 


81 


74 


Susquehanna 


85 


55 


Dickinson 


59 


80 


Moravian 


75 


75 


Albright 


56 


69 


Widener 


7/ 



2000-01 Women's Basketball Team 




lO-Lora Zimmerivan. 1 2-Sarah Dietrich, 1 5-Stacy Reinhart. 2 1 -Andrea Cannon. 22- 
Stephanie Tiglie, 23-Miriam Anttiony, 24-Kelly Ogurcal<. 25-Suzanne Becker. 30-Becca 
Kipp. 3 1 -Rose Grasa. 34-Andrea Zawalicl<. 35-Ciiristine Bigler. 41-Kristen Daiber. 43- 
Chrissy Bennethum. 44-Ann Foose. 5 1 -Lindsey Yeiser. 00-Kristen Crouse 



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Coach Peg Kauffman looks on 
at the current play. 



Senior Captain. Mim Anthony. 

drives around the defender and 
Christine Bigler concentrates heads to the hoop, 
on sinking the foul shot. 



Senior, Lora Zimmerman sets up 
ophomore, Steph Tighe Lindsey Yeiser looks to the bench for the offense and looks for an open 
ops the "3". instructions from her coach. teammate. 






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/ce Hockey 



In its third season, the LVC ice hockey team turned 
some heads. Led by senior Dan Yingst and a plethora 
of Juniors, the team managed to knock off some of 
their toughest opponents. The highlight of the season 
for the team was winning the ECAC Conference and 
getting a bid to Nationals. With many returning 
players, the team looks to have another successful 
season next year. 





Ian Sinclair brings the puck up the 
ice for LVC. 



A fight breaks out near the LVC goal. 





SCORES 




LVC 




OPP 


2 


Mqnbattanville 


S 


9 


Neumann 


1 


/ 


Elmira 


7 


6 


Framington State 


3 


4 


UMASS-Danmouth 


3 


S 


Hoban 


1 


1 


Johnson & Waies 


4 


2 


Curry 


2 


4 


Nichols 





7 


fitchburg State 


1 


2 


Manhattanville 


Z 


2 


Assumption 


/ 


3 


SUW-Geneseo 


6 


5 


Salve Regina 


1 


9 


Plymouth State 





2 


Tufts 


S 


4 


St. Michaels 


2 


2 


Wentwrjixh Inst of Tech 


4 


3 


New Hampshire 


4 


4 


Neumann 


3 


7 


Suffolk 


3 


3 


Worcester Srote 


2 


4 


Stonehill 


3 


7 


Western New England Co/lege 


1 


3 


UMASS-Dartmouth 


1 


8 


Johnson i WakiS 


S 


4 


Wentwonh 


3 


1 


Rothester Inst of Tech. 


B 


2 


Rochester (nst of Tech 


W 




Sr. &jr. Members: I -Kevin 6/ock. 2-Michael Sarro. 6-Dan Yingst. lO-Jamie Taylor. II 
Shaun McGnty. 1 4-Tim DeVuono. 1 5-Greg Kutchma, 1 6-Vince Stenardo, 1 7 -Dan Fox 
20-Stu Seiden. 22-6/1/ Askwith. 26-jason Kilcoyne. 30-Lincoln Matlock 



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Vince Stenardo sends the puck down the ice as the 
defender comes after him. 




Lincoln Matlock does his best to 
defend the LVC goal while re- 
ceiving assistance from Anthony 
Pace. 




Brian Yingling goes for the goal in hopes 
of putting Valley ahead. 




Lincoln Matlock gets the puck away from the goal 
and gives it to Tim Rink to take up the ice. 




Tim Rink brings the puck up the ice. 




Greg Kutchma gets ready to face off against 
the Hobart opponent. 



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I rack & Field 



The 2000-01 Track and Field Teams had a good 
season, attaining nnany notable performances 
from the members. This has been the final season for 
many senior members including jana Romlein, Becky 
Tice, jerry Reilly, and Tres Nolett. They will greatly 
missed next season. Best of luck to the track and field 
team for the 2001-02 campaign. 



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Left: junior, 
Elieen Golias, 
sprints to the fin- 
ish line en route 
to victory. 

Below: Kate 
D'Imperio and 
Rachel Dailey 
take a break from 
all the ex- 
citement on the 
track to listen to 
some 'tunes. 





Above: jerry Reilly receives a hand- 
off from Sean Carney, ready to 
leave the other teams in his dust! 



2001 Track & Field Team 




Srs, jrs. & Soph. - jerry Reilly. Becky Tice. jana Romlein. Tres 
Nolett. jason Suda. Eileen Golias. Sean Carney, Scean Flowers, 
Mitch Gibson. Tom Kuhn, josh Martin. Matt Rusell, jen D'Emilio, 
Kate D'Imperio, Lauren Hindley, Lexi Smith, Meredith Roberts, 
Rachel Dailey, Stacy Adair. Amy Wagner 



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Coach Kreider gives junior, jason Suda, some pole-vaulting 
pointers. 



Tom Kuhn shows the 
competition what a 
"real" shot-putter can 
do. 





Jen D'Emilio jumps her way to a first 
place. 



Crystal approaches 
the pole vault with am- 
bitions of clearing the 
height. 



Tres hands-off the baton to a 
teammate with a large lead in 
the relay. 



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wimming 



The 2000-01 swim team had a rebuilding year. 
There were many individual achievements at- 
tained during the season. They say good-bye to seni- 
ors Dave Keiser, Brett Trego, Amy Lyons, Shannon 
Feather, Jessica Kindt, and Leah Sernoffsky. They will 
be greatly missed next year, as the teams once again 
vie for the MAC Championship. 



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'Come on guys! This is fun!" 



Right: junior, Lindsay Weymouth, shows off 
her backstroke. 

Below: Coach, Mary Gardner, gets down to 
business! 





2000-0 1 Swimming Team 




Senior & junior Members, David Keiser. Brett Trego, Benjamin Eberts, 
Ronald Garcia. Luke Mason, jay Wliital<er. Amy Lyons, Jessica Kindt. Leaii 
Serno/fsk/, Siiannon Featfier. Abby Smith. Liz Jones. April Gunsallus, Erin 
Siiollenberger. Karen Hendricl<s. Lindsay Weymouth, Lindsey DeSio. 
Marissa Shaw, Samantha R/71, Lisa Kemble 



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Sophomore, jenn Brown, shows the competition how the 
butterfly stroke is done! 



Moving along with the breast5trol<e! 




Deep breathes during a tedious race. 



The LVC women dive in. 




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Above: "A perfect 10!" 
Left: "Take your marks guys!' 



101 



Ad en's Tennis 



The 2001 LVC men's tennis team came out 
strong this year looking to match last 
year's record of 14-5. Although they did not 
quite meet expections, the team worked hard 
and shows promise for next year. 



Mat Edgcomb receives t/i< 
serve with ease. 






SCORES 




LVC 




OPP 


7 


Widener 





3 


Wilkes 


6 


1 
3 


King's 
Gaucher 


6 
4 


3 
5 


Muhlenberg 
Elizabethtown 


4 
2 


5 


Dickinson 


2 


7 
5 


Susquehanna 
Messiah 



2 


1 
3 


Albright 
York 


6 

4 


3 


Moravian 


4 




(Above) Striking a pose for the 
camera in the middle of the match. 

(Left) Showing good form on his 
serve and preparing to drop the 
bomb on his opponent. 




2001 Men's Tennis Team 




Tim Raybuci<. Mat Edgcomb. Benjamin Eastiacl<. Michael Aiello. 
Ryan Arnold. Mic Bender, Brock Hoover. Christopher Keen/, An- 
drew Piatt. Zachjarrett 



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Is this the new LVC tennis team nnascot? 



Senior Captain, Tim Raybuck, gets in position to 
play the ball. 




(Clockwise) With high energy, an 
LVC player returns the serve. 

Awaiting the serve. 

Showing a strong backhand. 

Taking a break from the action to 
stare down his opponent. 



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Qaseball 



The 2001 baseball team had it's most successful 
season ever. Under the senior leadership of 
Todd Travitz, Shawn Berwager, Bryan Huyett, and 
Jessen Bishard, the team went to the MAC playoffs 
with a conference record of 12-2 and an overall 
record of 20- 1 3. The team reached many of its goals 
while the team's home turf was named College Base- 
ball Field of the Year. 



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SCORES 




LVC 




OPP 


5 


Muhlenberg 


4 


8 


Widener 


4 


2 


Widener 


7 


3 


Gettysburg 


4 


1 


F&M 


7 


12 


Juniata 


6 


8 


Juniata 


3 


9 


Eiizabetlitown 


3 


3 


E/izabethtown 


/ 


2 


DeSales 


3 


9 


Kings 


5 


8 


Susquehanna 





3 


Susquelianna 





2 


Albright 


1 


7 


Albright 


8 


10 


F&M 


2 


6 


Millersville 


9 


2 


Moravian 


/ 


5 


Moravian 


/ 


2 


Johns Hopkins 


1 


8 


Wilkes 


9 


1 


Delaware Vai 


5 


5 


Messiah 


2 


4 


Messiah 


1 


1 


Western Maryland 


6 


6 


Villa julta 


3 



Above: Mike Guilt eagerly watch- 
es the action and awaits the play 
at home. 



Left: Bryan Huyett receives in- 
structions from Coach Hoar be- 
fore stepping up to the plate. 



2001 Baseball Team 




Senior & Junior Members. 2-Todd Travitz. 3-Brian Zeliers. 4-Tommy Long, II- 
Steve Anspach, 13-jefflntoccia. 1 5-Doug Widener, 20-Shawn Berwager. 2 1 -Bryan 
Huyett. 23-Mike Martin, 25-jessen Bishard 



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'odd Travitz makes a 
real throw to throw out 
he runner. 






Mike Martin charges the ball and 
looks to throw the runner out at 
home. 




Above: "One more strike 

and I'll have a perfect 

game!" 

Left: "I'm on my way to 

3rd and you can't stop 

me!" 




Left: "Here co- 
mes another 
hitforLVC." 



Above: Bryan Huyett takes a powerful swing of 
the bat and sends the ball flying deep into left 
field. 

The team gets pumped up for the game while 
listening to Coach jim Hoar. 




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Softball 



Under the leadership of Coach Stacey HolHnger, 
the 2001 women's Softball team looked to 
make a run for the playoffs. The new softball field was 
named Regional Field of the Year by the National 
Fastpitch Coaches Association. This year the team 
says goodbye to seniors Jessica Landis. Tera Irmen, 
Heather Domaracki, and Lindsey Yeiser. 




^ SCORES 


LVC OPP 


7 Lycoming 2 


DeSales 10 


7 Moravian 6 


3 Widener 2 


2 Western Maryland 5 


6 Susquehanna 2 


9 Gettysburg 3 


5 Albright 3 


5 Juniata 1 


2 Ursinus 3 


4 Elizabethtown 


7 Wilkes 6 


4 Kins's 2 



Coach Stacey HolHnger and 
Coach Lori Souder watch the 
action with awe. 

Coach HolHnger gives advice 
to a player before she steps up 
to the plate. 

Jessica Landis throws yet an- 
other strike. 




2001 Women's Softball Team 




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Senior & junior Members. 7-Kendra AMnson, 8-Samantha Rill. 9-jessica 
Landis, 1 2-jamie Bailey. 2 1 -Tera Irmen, 24-Heather Domaracki, 44-Kristen 
Wardrop. 5 1 -Lindsey Yeiser 



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(Left) Jessica's enthu- 
siam shows she is 
ready for her turn at 
bat. 

(Right) LVC's catcher 
gets set behind the 
plate and awaits the 
pitch. 





The team gathers before the game to get pumped up. 



A great groundball retrieval sets LVC 
up for the final out of the inning. 






The team celebrates as another 
player scores after hitting a home- 
run. 



An LVC player shows 
good form on her stan- 
ce and watches closely 
for the right pitch. 



Tack another one on the score- 
board for LVC! 




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The 2000-2001 golf team had a success- 
ful season under the coaching of Lou 
Sorrentino. This year we say good-bye to only 
one senior, John Brennan, who will be missed 
next season. Best wishes for a great round for 
the golf team next year! 





Pat waits in a moment of silence for the hole-in- 
one. 



Dave reclaims his ball after an- 
other great round. 




2001 Men's Golf Team 





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form on his tee-off. 



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John watches his drive as 
the ball sails down the fair- 
way. 





'Go to your home ball!' 



Senior. John Brennan, at- 
tempts to keep warm in- 
between rounds. 



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Right: Dave Locher putts his way to the win. 




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Senior Athletes 



Fall Sports 

Football: 

Doug Henning 

Shawn Berwager 

Tommy Long 

Joe Trezza 

Eric Connelly 

Todd Lipp 

John Music 

Eric Schroder 

Shaun Lohman 

Andy Troutman 

Joe Adamo 



Winter Sports 

Men's Basketball: 

Chris Ziegler 

Steve Horst 

Ron Knerr 



Women's Basketball: 

Miriam Anthony 

Lora Zimmerman 

Lindsey Yeiser 

Ice Hockey: 
Dan Yingst 



Spring Sports 

Baseball: 

Todd Travitz 

Tommy Long 

Shawn Berwager 

Bryan Huyett 

Jessen Bishard 



Softball: 

Tera Irmen 

Heather Domaracki 

Lindsey Yeiser 

Jessica Landis 



Field Hockey: 

Elizabeth Seidenstricker 

Jennifer Chapin 

Lora Zimmerman 

Beth Light 

Paula Marshall 

Alyson Schular 

Men's Soccer: 

Greg Delp 

Ryan Butzer 

Shawn Bender 

Ken Klopp 

Biff Wade 

Seth Rife 

Women's Soccer: 

Beth Lausch 

Steph Warner 

Michelle Hartman 

Women's Volleyball: 

Becky Tice 

Alison Kabat 

Cross Country: 

Scott Lewandowski 

Jerry Reilly 

Melissa Black 

Anna Malocu 
Michelle Walmsley 

Jessica Zarko 

Women's Tennis: 
Jessica Landis 



Swimming: 

Dave Keiser 

Brett Trego 

Amy Lyons 

Jessica Kindt 

Shannon Feather 

Leah Sernoffsky 

Indoor Track: 

Becky Tice 

Jana Romlein 



Golf 
John Brennan 

Men's Tennis: 
Tim Raybuck 
Mat Edgcomb 

Outdoor Track 
Jerry Reilly 
Becky Tice 

Jana Romlein 
Tres Nolett 




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hat would college life be without students 
who actively participate in college organ- 
izations^ The people featured in pictures 
and text on the following pages are outstanding 
students in the college's eyes because they uphold 
not only an academic life but an extra-curricular life 
as weli There are over 100 different clubs and 
organizations on campus that offer an outlet to the 
stressed college student's life. All of these organiza- 
tions are volunteer efforts - something these stu- 
dents should be proud of and all of the faculty, staff, 
and administration at LVC should be proud of 



Organizations 





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Class of 2002 Officers 




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Student Government 




Every year the Lebarion Valley College Student Government takes on the responsibility of funding the 
dubs and organizations on campus. This year many organizations benefitted from this by holding 
wonderful events such as Spring Arts, three outstanding plays, a bi-weekly campus newspaper, and the 
memorable yearbook you are currently reading. Student Government also sponsored a winter formal for 
the entire campus held at the Holiday Inn Harrisburg East. V^ithout the hard work of the members of 
Student Government, this campus would miss out on a lot of excitement throughout the year. 



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Beta Beta Beta 




We are primarily a service organization. Tliis past year we were active in participating in the Quittie 
Pump/c/n Walk. We had several fundraisers. Around the holidays we collected donations for the AIDS 
Community Alliance and coordinated it with an AIDS Awareness tree that we placed in the foyer of 
Garber Science Center. The organization also had a holiday care package fundraiser, which turned out to 
be a huge success. 

We were happy to induct twelve new members this year at a ceremony held in Faust Lounge, where 
Dr. Stacy Goodman served as a guest speaker. Throughout the spring semester we had a group white 
water rafting trip. We also traveled to Cedar Crest High School where we carried out presentations to 
several tenth grade biology classes. Finally, we ended the semester with our Senior-Send Off Dinner at 
Harper's Tavern. It was a nice opportunity for the group to relax and socialize with professors and fellow 
members. 

This year's officers were as follows: President - Liz Stokes, Vice President - Alyson Schular, Co- 
Secretaries - Derek Fisher and Jamie Fischer, Treasurer - Lisa Godlewski, Historian -Jeremy Brodt, Advisor 
- Dr. Sidney Pollack 

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Alpha Phi Omega 




Alpha Phi Omega is the only national co-ed service fraternity in the world. The chapter at LVC, Nu 
Delta, has strived since its chartering in 1 960 to fulfill the four areas brothers can be of service. Those four 
areas are service to the community, to the college, to the brotherhood, and to the nation as participating 
citizens. The three cardinal principles APO brothers live by are leadership, friendship, and service. 

This academic year, the brothers of Alpha Phi Omega recorded an amazing 1900 hours of service to 
the four areas above. This is the most number of hours APO brothers have done on record. Past recipients 
of the President's Award at Founder's Day, Alpha Phi Omega is called upon whenever and wherever 
service is needed. 

Past projects include adopt-a-highway, washing firetrucks at local fire companies, singing at local 
nursing homes, making holiday cards for the Renova Center, helping out during LVC's Spring Arts 
weekend, and many activities associated with the Boy Scouts. APO is affiliated with the national Boy 
Scouts of America and with local chapters of the BSA. Some of our brothers are scouts themselves or come 
from scouting backgrounds. Therefore, not only have APO brothers completed service while at LVC, they 
have completed service outside of the college as well. 

Alpha Phi Omega pledges new brothers twice a year. Since APO is not a part of Greek Council, dues 
are low and the spirit of brotherhood is high. Congratulations to the 2000-2001 new brothers and to the 
current brotherhood for their contribution via service to many organizations. Look around, you're bound to 
find an APO brother doing service somewhere! 



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French 
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Campus Girl Scouts 




Biology Club 





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Wig and Buckle 




Alpha Psi Omega 




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2000-01 Quittopohilla 



Laura K. Simolike 



The past four years at LVC have been full of many ups and downs on my 
infinite path, all of which have taught me something very valuable, not only 
about life, but about myself. This yearbook has been a very big part of my LVC 
life, and it would not be in anyone's hands today if it were not for the hard work 
of some very important people. First, I would like to thank Ed Patrick jr. and 
Taylor Publishing for all that they have done in helping publish one of the best 
yearbooks around! I would also like to thank Davor photography, for their time 
and outstanding pictures, that helped to capture the moments in our lives 
throughout our college career. Most importantly I have to thank my two co- 
editors, especially Kelly. I know all the hard work you put into this book for the 
past 3 years, and I am more grateful than words can express. You are a truly 
hardworking and very professional woman. I wish you all the best in the years 
to come! I would just like to take this time to personally thank my family for the 
neverending support throughout my four years at LVC. Finally I would like to 
wish the class of 200 1 amazing luck in whatever their pjtures may bring. This is 
our time to shine, and our infinite path to conquer, so go out and prove to the 
world that you are as incredible as I already know you are. To all of my 
professors, especially the El Ed Department, thank you for showing me what 
real teaching is all about, and that more than anything, a child needs your 
smile, your laughter and your friendship. I wish that for all of you. Thank you 
LVC for the most life-altering four years of my life. I plan to follow my infinite 
path to be the most amazing teacher this world has ever known!! 



Joshua N. Lindeman 

This is my last time writing a personal message in the college yearbook. 
Because of that, I want to thank numerous people - including faculty, staff, and 
administration members who have been kind enough to help this student on his 
journey through college. The individuals are too many to name, so I send out a 
hearty thank you to everyone I have had contact with. Students and friends, the 
second most important thing in college life - 1 will miss you all. Those others 
involved with the yearbook and the publication of the yearbook, this has been a 
long trip - but it's finally over. My four-year tenure with many clubs and 
organizations on this campus is over. I hope I have left a mark worth displaying 
forever. To those that follow in the footsteps of a college student who wants to 
succeed in academics and extra-curricular activities: good luck, be patient, and 
always be on top of things - no matter how stressfLil. Congratulations to the 
class of 2001 - my class - / will always remember everyone who touched my 
life. 




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Yearbook Editors 



Kelly R. Cooney 



Three years ago I started working on the yearbook staff as the Or- 
ganizational Editor. However, a few weeks into the project I realized that with 
a staff of three people, that we were not going to have specific positions and 
that the three of us would have to put a lot of long, hard work into this book. 
While many colleges pay students to produce a yearbook, LVC's yearbook is 
totally a volunteer project. The 1 999 and 2000 yearbooks had pretty much the 
same result - a thrown together attempt at creating a yearbook over the 
summer only to have people complain the following year that the yearbook 
was terrible. However, I was determined my senior year to put together an 
unforgettable yearbook. We storted off the year with a staff of about ten 
people and things looked promising. But just like previous years, the staff quit, 
the semester got busy, and the yearbook got pushed to the back of my priority 
list. This yearbook once again came down to endless summer trips to LVC 
despite the fact that I graduated. I hope everyone enjoys this yearbook because 
the entire yearbook was put together by a staff of three people and some 
volunteers. Many thanks go out to a few very important people. First I need to 
thank Ed Patrick, Jr. of Taylor Publishing for getting us started in 1 998 and 
never giving up on us. To Josh Lindeman for three years of hard work in making 
phone calls, taking yearbook orders, and doing whatever needed done. To 
Cheryl Beezup for helping me with layouts, photography, and captions and for 
listening to all of my complaining during the year! Good luck next year as you 
take over the yearbook! Thanks also to the few volunteers who helped out 
during the year - Amy Stack, Kate Geho, Krissy Bender, The Sisters of Gamma 
Sig, and the freshman who began the year. I hope this yearbook brings many 
happy memories to everyone, especially the graduates. I had a lot of fun 
putting together three consecutive yearbooks and put a lot of time and energy 
into these yearbooks. I am now officially an LVC alumni and my last connection 
to this college, the 200 1 yearbook, is complete. Congratulations to the Class of 
2001 and best of luck! 




Thank You to Our 
2001 Quittapahilla Patrons 

Diamond Patron - Amy M. Patricelli 

Gold Patron - Brett E. Trego 

Silver Patrons -Jennifer L McGough and Alyson B. Schular 

Bronze Patron - Molly M. Stachnik 



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M s the 2000-200 1 academic year comes to a close, 
Mm students reflected on what they felt was the most 
memorable moment of the year. Most students felt 
that just spending time with their friends and hanging out 
on campus was the highlight of the year. Reflected in this 
section are candid photos of students enjoying college life, 
along with some shots of the beautiful campus many 
students call home. It is clear that Lebanon Valley College 
is "following its infinite path" towards creating a more 
beautiful, more serene, and more aesthetically pleasing 
environment for the increasing college enrollment. 



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Mk Ithough the Vickroy Teaching award is given to one reci- 
Mm pient per academic year, all of the faculty, staff, and 
administration should be commended every year. They 
give their time and energy above and beyond what they are 
required to do to help students learn their best and realize their 
academic potential. The faculty teach the students that their 
paths are infinite - and that all students should "follow their 
infinite path" in academic life and in post-graduate life. Con- 
gratulations to all of the faculty, staff, and administration for a 
great academic year! 



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G. David Pollick 

President 




Stephen C. 
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Vice President for Acadennic 

Affairs 

Dean of the Faculty 



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LVC Organizational Chart 



Trustees 



President 

G. David Pollick 



VP/Acad Affairs & Dean of 

the Faculty 

Stephen C. MacDonald 



VP & Controller 
Deborah R. Fullam 



VP /Administration 
Robert E. Hamilton 



VP/Advancement 
Deborah A.W. Read 



VP/lnformation Technology 

Services 

Robert A. Riley 



VP/Enrollment & Student 

Services 

Gregory G. Stanson 



Executive Assistant to the 

President 

Andrea F. Bromberg 



Associate Dean of the Faculty 

Associate Dean of Graduate & Cont. 

Ed. 

Registrar 

Librarian 

Chaplain 

Director of Writing Center 

Coordinator of Disability Services 

Director of Gallery 

Deportment Chairs 



Associate Controller 
Payroll and Benefits Administrator 
Director of Institutional Research 



Superintendant Facilities Services 

Director of Food Services 

Director Public Safety 

Manager College Store 

Director Athletics 



Director Development 
Director College Relations 
Director Alumni Programs 



Director Client Services 

Director Information Management Services 

Director Special Services 



Dean of Admission & Financial Aid 

Dean Student Senices 

Director Career Services 

Director Arnold Sports Center 

Director Multi-cultural Affairs 



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Kelly Alsedek 
Relations Department 




Susan Atkinson 
Professor of Education 




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Philip Billings 
Professor of English 




William Brown 

Dean of Admission and 

Financial Aid 




Kathryn Clark 
Study Abroad Advisor 





Salvatore Cullari 
Professor of Psychology 



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Professor of Chemistry 





Barbara Denison 
Associate Dean for 
Graduate Programs 




Angela Edris 
Database Specialist 



Dave Evans 
Director of Career Services 



Jennifer Evans 
Director of Student Activities 



Deborah Fullam 

Vice President 

Controller 



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Mary Gardner 
Aquatic Coordinator 



Cheryl George 
Doctor of Education 



Stacy Goodman 
Professor of Biology 



Marta Guevara 
Professor of Spanish 






Carolyn Hanes 
Professor/Chair of Sociology 



Paul Heise 
Professor of Economics 



jeannie Hey 

Professor of Economics 

and Political Science 




John Hinshaw 
Professor of History 






Anna Hohenwarter 
Disability Services 



Diane Iglesias 
Professor of Spanish 



John Kearney 
Professor of English 



Kathleen Ko/bet 
Professor of Chemistry 







Jason Kuntz 
Asst Director of Residency 



Kerne Laguna 
Professor of Psychology 



Louis Laguna 
Professor of Psychology 



Mary Lemons 
Professor of Music 




Jennifer Liedtka 

Assoc. Professor of 

Financial Aid 




David Lyons 
-Asst, Professor 
of Mathematics 




Leon Markowicz 

Doctor of 

Business Administration 




Dan McKinley 

Director of 

Freshman Programs 




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Donna Miller 
Library 




Owen Moe 
Professor of Chemistry 




Walter Patton 
Professor of Chemistry 




Kevin Pry 
Professor of English 



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Eve Puhalla 
Vofessor of Special Education 



Heather Richardson 
Asst- Director of Admissions 



Mane Riegle 
Asst Professor of Art 



Karin Right-Nolan 
Director of Technical Aid 




Robert Riley 
VP of Information Technology 




Kimberly Saunders 

Director of 
Multicultural Affairs 




Susan Sarisky 

Asst. Director of 

Technical Aid 




James Scott 

Professor of 

Foreign Languages 






Walter Smith 
Special Services 



Greg Stanson 
VP of Enrollment 



joelle Stopkie 
Professor of Foreign Languages 



Thomas Strohman 
Asst. Professor of Music 



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Dale Summers 
Assoc Professor of Education 



Linda Summers 
Professor of Education 



Dennis Swigart 
Professor of Music 



Bonnie Tenney 

Secretary of 

Facilities Services 







Rosa Tezanos-Pinto 
Professor of Spanish 



Angel Tuninetti 
Asst. Professor of Spanish 



Susan Vertioek 
Professor of Biology 



Scott Waick 
Asst. Professor 




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Director of Health Services 



To our wonderful faculty, who so graciously giv6 
their time and dedication to making a difference 
in the lives of students, we thank you. 




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At 11:00 AM on May 12. 2001. the class of 2001 
stepped out of the Arnold Sports Center and onto the 
field of Arnold Stadium for the 1 32nd Annual Com- 
mencement. The day was forecasted to be cloudy weather 
and 60% chance of showers - but as one could tell from the 
looks on the graduates faces, the weather did not have a 
negative effect. Dr. Jeanne Hey, chair and associate professor 
of economics at LVC was the guest speaker. Dr. Hey was the 
recipient of the 2000 Thomas Rhys Vickroy Award for Teach- 
ing, an honor presented to a full-time faculty member during 
the Commencement ceremony. This year started the tra- 
dition that the previous year's Vickroy Award for Teaching 
winner would speak at the current year's commencement 
ceremony. The college awarded degrees to some 400 stu- 
dents that day - sending tears down some students faces and 
sending words of congratulations throughout Annville. All of 
the graduates now will "follow their infinte path" through life - 
congratulations to the class of 2001! 



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Professor Robert A. Nowak - Thomas 
Rhys Vickfoy Award for Excellence in 
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Class president Chris Rankin and class 
treasurer Christy Thompson present a 
check in the amount of $1 1 ,845 to Presi- 
dent Rollick as the amount of the Class of 
2001 fundraiser. 




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"Here's to the Nights We Felt Alive 
Here's to the Tears You Knew You'd Cry"^^ 
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Throughout the sections of this bool<, the theme of following 
one's infinte path is abundantly dear. The following pages 
are messages of congratulations, a chance to remember 
one's youth (the beginning of that infinte path) through baby 
pictures and the like. For those who are graduating seniors, 
remember the next few pages of this yearbook. The Alma Mater 
is included, so while one is traveling that infinite path, look back 
at the college that educated you so well. Whether your name is 
featured in a personal message in the following pages or not. the 
college thanks you for your hard work over the past four years 
and the college knows that you thank it as well. 




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ERIC CONNELLY 

Congratulations Eric! 
Through the years you 
have wor1<ed hard and we 
are proud of you and your 
accamplishments. Best 
wishes for a Great Future. 
Love, Mom, Dad, Kevin, & 
Carrie 



BRETT TREGO 

BreU: 

As you wall<. up and get your degree, we want you to know we 

are extremely proud of you and your accomptishments. The past 

four years have been challenging at times, but you have shown 

that hard work and perseverance does have its rewards in the 

end. Best of luck as you step out to start the next phase of your 

life. 

Love, Mom and Dad 



EUZABETH BERSANO 

To E/Zzobeth, 

All your hard work paid off! You did it at LVC. Congratulations! 

From, Your Family 



ELIZABETH STOKES 

CONGRATULATIONS ELIZABETH! We are very proud of your 
accomplishments. All of your time and hard work has paid off. 
We know you will be successful in all of your future endeavors. 
We love you very much. Mom, Chris, Laura, Ralph, and Matthew 



TRENT HOLUNCER 
Trent - Congratulations on 
a great 4 years! Your many 
accomplishments academ- 
ically and musically are a 
tribute to your hard work. 
May God continue to bless 
you as you begin the next 
chapter of your life in grad 
school. WE ARE VERY 
PROUD OF YOU!!! 
Love, Mom and Dad 



PARRISH FESSLER 

You realized your dream - congrats - Love, Mom and Dad 

MATTHEW RALPH 

Matt. We are very proud of you. Congratulations. 

Love, Mom & Dad 





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SCOTT KAMMERER 
"CONGRATULATIONS SCOTT" 
Four years!!! it seems like only 
yesterday that we were looking 
for a college that would be the 
right choice for you. Now you are 
on the threshold of your future 
with a fine college background be- 
hind you. You have lived through 
more pain than any child should 
endure. Your amazing spirit to 
overcome your obstacles has al- 
ways been a shining light that will 
lead you to a bright and rewarding 
future. As in the past we will al- 
ways be at your side w'rth all our 
love. We are so proud of you end 
we know that the best is still to 
come. 
Love, Mom, Dad, and Kelly 



JOSEPH ADAMO 
Dear Joe, 

Congratulations #80!! We 
are so proud of all your 
accomplishments. When 
you thought you couldn't 
do something, we always 
knew you could. Believe in 
yourself, because we'll al- 
ways believe in you. Shoot 
for the moon joe; even if 
you miss it, you'll land 
among the stars. We love 
you. Mom, Dad, Jennifer. 
John, Dawn, and Max 



JENNIFEK SEYFERT 

Jenny, we are so proud of you. We have watched you grow into a 

beautiful, kind, loving young woman. It's been exciting to watch God 

help you to grow in your faith We look forward to watching the rest 

of His plan for your life unfold 

Love, Mom and Dad 





JENNIFER MCGOUGH 
From picture books to 
college books, may 
learning forever enrich 
your life. Congratula- 
tions from your family! 
Love, Dad, Mom, Chris- 
topher, and Checkers 



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CUNT EISENHOWER 

Congratulations on four great years at LVC! We are so very proud of you 

and your accomplishments CLINT!!! 

Love, Mom, Dad. Scott, and Mark 



DORINDA LANCASTER 

Dear Don, 

Congratulations!! You did it! 

We are all so very proud of 

you! 

All Our Love, 

Mom, Dad. Dani, Dj, 

Mam, Pap, and Dixie 



MARK MEHLMANN 

Congratulations Mark! Understand that happiness is not based on 

possessions, power, or prestige but on relationships w/th people you 

love and respect. Take care and God bless. 

Mom, Dad, Laura, and John 




GREG DELP 

Greg, I am very proud of you. 
Congratulations and Best 
Wishes. 
Love, Mom 




CARRIE SMELTZER 
Dear Carrie, 

From the day you were born you have been in control of the situation at hand. You have set goals for 
yourself and reached them with amazing ability and grace. You have won the hearts and admiration of 
those who have come to know your tenderness and determination. You have continually challenged 
yourself from elementary spelling bees (helicopter) to "Twinkle, Twinkle", Latin to calculus, playing 
the flute to marching with The Bluecoats. Every task was met with a little fear and a lot of heart, and 
ended in success. Not always first place, but the success that comes from knowing that you have run 
the good race and put yourself to the test, sometimes dusting yourself off and starting over, and 
learning from what you did or didn't do. Finding the lesson in each challenge and building on that lesson 
and incorporating it into your life. As you go out into the "real world" you will continue to find 
challenges and lessons. As you know, there is much to be learned outside of the protective campus of 
LVC. May you go fortJi knowing that your family and friends will always be with you, supporting you 
and loving you. May you also know how proud we are of you, not just because you completed your 
degree in record time with excellent grades, but because you have stayed true to your course and not 
compromised yourself or your beliefs. Congratulations on a job well done! We love you and are very 
proud of you. Love, Mom and Dad 

P.S. Remember the wise words of our dear Dr. Lander, "When you educate a man you educate one 
person. When you educate a woman you educate an entire family." 



BRADLEY MOSER 
A lifetime of memories in pic- 
tures, thoughts, and videos in 
just a few short years! But now 
another step, a new goal, and 
another lifetime of memories 
to be made. Thanks for the 
first and here s looking forward 
to the next. 
With love. 
Mom and The Father 




AMY PATRICELLI 
Amy, Congratulations 
on all that you have ac- 
complished in your four 
years at LVC! 
Love, Mom and Dad 




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ALYSON SCHULAR 

Dear Alyson, Congratulations - Outstanding job! Thon/c you for the 

love and joy you have filled our home v\fith. We are very proud of the 

beautiful woman you have become. Let God's will be your will. We 

love you. 

Dad, Aiom, and jamesson 




JOSHUA MOVER 

josh. We are so proud of all that you have accomplished! We will 
always be there to support you in your musical endeavors. Keep 
reaching for your dreams. All our Love, Mom, Dad, and jess 





ANDREW RJMBY 
Andrew - [k>n't cry - we won't 
mention the four letter word 
again! (M-A-T-H). We are in- 
credibly proud of your accom- 
plishments during the past 
four years. Congratulations! 
We love you VERY much! 
All our love, Aaron, Mom, 
Dad, and Joel 



JEFFREY BOEHLER 
Dear Jeffrey, 

You've grown into a fine young 
man. We are all very proud of 
you. Especially on the day you 
received your degree from LVC. 
You've been a good son and a 
good brother. Never lose your 
bubbly attitude and drive achieve- 
ment. Congratulations! 
Love, Mommy and Dad Duane, 
Brothers Christopher and Tye, 
Nana, all your aunts and uncles, 
and Tedd too. 



KELLY COONEY 

Kelly, Congratulations an successfully 
making it through four years at LVC! 
You knew what you wanted and you 
went for it. Your hard work has paid 
off and we are proud of all that you 
have accomplished. Good luck as you 
begin your career! 
Love. Mom, Dad, Steph, and Tracy 




ANGELA ROLLER 

Angle, It seems like only yesterday you were graduating high 
school and now it's time for your college graduation already. 
You have used your musical talents to get you to where you 
are today and we are proud of all your accomplishments. 
Love, Mom, Val, and Sasha 

AMY STACK 

Amy, Congratulations on your successful completion of col- 
lege! We are so proud of you and wish you the best for your 
future. 
Love, Dad, Missy. Grandma, Grandpa, andjon 



LAURA SIMOLIKE 

Laura, 

Our little birdie has grown up into a 

beautiful and talented young woman. 

You will be the most spectacular 

teacher the world has ever known. 

Your circle game will be neverending. 

All our love. Mom. Dad, Billy, and 

David 




JOSHUA UNDE/V\AN 

My how these past four years have flown by. 

We are very proud of your accomplishments so 

far and will always be proud of you. You entered 

LVC with a goal - congratulations for reaching it. 

You will make a fine actuary! Also, you have set 

a great example for your younger brothers as 

they grow up. We love you always and many 

congratulations are in order at this high point in 

your life! 

Love, 

Dad. Mom, Colby, Zach, and Beth 



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The "Following Our Infinite Path" Quittapahilla 2001, Volume 86 of the 
Lebanon Valley College Yearbook was printed and published by the Taylor 
Publishing Company of El Paso, Texas and Malvern, Pennsylvania. The 
book had a press run of 200 copies. Photographs and photograph devel- 
oping was provided by DaVor Photography of Bensalem, Pennsylvania. 
Additional photographs were taken by the 200 1 yearbook staff. 



The cover was an original design created by a collaboration between the 
editors, our yearbook representative, Ed Patrick, Jr., and the staff at Taylor 
Publishing in El Paso, Texas. 



The staff consisted of: 

Advisor: Ms. Kelly Alsedek 

Editors: Kelly Cooney, Joshua Lindeman, Laura Simolike 

Photography Staff: Kelly Cooney, Joshua Lindeman, Cheryl Beezup 

Copy and Layout Staff: Kelly Cooney, Joshua Lindeman, Laura Simolike, 

Cheryl Beezup, Amy Stack, The Sisters of Gamma Sigma Sigma 

Business Manager: Joshua Lindeman 

Additional Members: Melissa Knoll, Michael Videtto, Shamena Russum, 

Jordan Jack, Christopher Hine 

The Taylor Publishing representative is Ed Patrick, Jr. and the Customer 

Service representative in the Taylor Publishing plant is Laura Martinez. 



The DaVor Photography representative is Mark Huff. 

The Lebanon Valley College Quittapahilla is produced entirely by a volun- 
I teer staff. 



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Lebanon Valley College 
Alma Mater 



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To Thee, dear Alma Mater, 

This ringing song we raise, 

A song that's fraught with gladness, 

A song thafs filled with praise. 

We cannot help but love Thee, 

Our hearts are full and free. 

Full well we know the debt we owe. 

To dear old LVC 

We come from old New Hampshire 

Where winter breezes blow 

And from the sunny Southland, 

Where sweet magnolias grow. 

We've sung "Star Spangled Banner," 

To "Dixie" given a cheer. 

And now we raise this song of praise. 

To Alma Mater dear. 

Put forth your strongest might, 

and let our Alma Mater 

Win each and every fight, 

Lift high its royal banner. 

And keep its honor clear. 

And let our song with voices strong 

Ring down thro' many a year. 



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What a golden year for sports. 

Michael Johnson won two gold medals in the 400 meter and 
4 X 400 meter relay in the Sydney Olympics. 

(Must have been the shoes.) 

Multiple medals afeaweaUo Mdum&«^^g^p 

and to Marion Jones, Xtio took ^ 

home three gold and two bronze. 

She's the first woman to win 
five medals m one Olympics. 



Tiger Woods d«il|3ia^ 

\> And again. ^.jigpr 

Ana again. ^tK/j/l^!' 

I As the PGA Tour Player of the 4 
L«,,,, year, he placed first in > 

Iff' tournament after ' ,. 

W tournaiTient, including the '""""'^'- 

-J ^.nc^^^SllniiSp under a Shaq'^ attack. ^ 

The golden gjrls of soccer , , ^ . .....a^ ^l^^cg'S't^"^ ^ ^ 

settled for ...^: ''■^'^^StKUl^ LakerS to victory 

silver in Sydney. ff^:r:i:4>i^:,^gg^B^ against the Indiana Pacers 

i" in the NBA 'm^ls. 



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^" ^*^- Armstrong ;:;^ 

, ofitiuered the Alps 
af!id silenced cynics, winning his 
second consecutive- r .ifllK.,. 
Tour de France/ : f | 

His comeback from ciincer ;,! , '% ,,, 
niakes him a , 'f '* 1 

double role model, ic^ ■ '"'" 

athletes and | 
cancer patients 

alike. .>, 



The "Subway Series" 

made bciseball big news 
For the first time 
in 44 years the New 
York Yankees and 
the New York 
went head to hea' 
the World S 

New York ^r 
came out on top 

(As in Yankees.) 



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It wasn't in ^^if^ctTrs "™^'^™ 

The New Jersj^, Devils 

took the Stafiiey Cup back 
3r '«nwp= m' from the Dalfas Stars 

Williams sisters after their nail-biting 

continued to take the tennis world double overtime 

by^ storm. Rivals on opposite sides of the net Victory in game six. 

they re unstoppable as partners. 
Venus topped a stellar year with wins at Wimbledon 

and the U.S. Open. 
She took the gold at the Sydney Olympics m singles, and 

paired with Serena to take the gold m doubles as well 



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The Baltimore Ravens 
extraordinary defense 
gave them the edge 

and a 

34-7 win 

over the 

New York Giants 
in Super Bowl 
XXXV. 



What goes around comes aroi 



'"°'?n ^nH """^ '^"i technology hype and you're sure 
to find recycled trends. „, , . 

Oh, the irony. 

Its the 70s all over again. 
Larqe tinted lenses make for look-cit-mo 
sunglcisses and disco-era hairstyles 
etum with "wings" and feathered bangs 
reminiscent of Farrah Fawcett's 
famous locks. 

A new twist is the bright 
burst of hair color, 
maybe a leftover 
from the pUPIK 

and glam roci" 
resurgence pJ 

last year. 




England's 

Prince William 
took a "gap year" 
before college, 

following his 
mother's example of 
service 
and humanjtarianlsm. 

His volunteer and 
environmental work in Chile 
shows that the man 
who will be king 

IS a true ^ 

prince of f 

hearts 



For the guys, the mop top is back with the "shag" hairstyle. 
The bed-head hairstyles of Ricky Martin and Kevin of the 

Backstreet fioys is typical of the rtiacho look many stars like. 

Leather whatever. 

Leather is everywhere. Leather pants. Leather boots. 

Everything else sparkles and shines. 
We heard lots of wedding bells. 

Two Backstreet Boys got hitched, M.idonna" married her Guy 

Catherine Zeta-Joncs wed Michael Douglas, 
and Jennifer and Brad tied the knot. 




Caution. Heavy traffic ahead. 



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As in new millennium traffic. It seems like the 
more info there is, the harder it is to be 
informed. Technology promises a bright new age but 
It's still hard to communicate. 

Some things never change. 



The Pope journeyed to the Holy Land and prayed for peace, 
while conflicts between Israelis and Palestinians raged. 

Allegedly linked to the unrest, 

the USS Cole was bombed off the coast of Yemen. 
This year we remember with honors entertainer Steve Allen, 



actors Walter Matthau, Jason Robards, and ^jg^. q^^j^^^^ 





Crash. Technology and mtL„ 
went head to head, as 19-year-old 

Napster co-founder Shawn Fanning battled the music industry 

over copyright usage of downloaded music. 

Firestone tires exploded on highways across the nation 
forcing one of the largest recalls in history. 
Hillary Clinton stepped out of the White House 
and into the U.S. Senate, a first. 



And the nation waited 36 days for the drama 
of the 43rd presidential election to unfold. 

Another first. After court battles and recounts, 
~} Florida's 25 electoral votes were finally awarded to 

Texas governor George W. Bush in the closest 
presidential race in history. In another dramatic 
sequence of events, tensions between U.S. and Cuba 
rose over the custody battle of 6-year-old Elian Gonzalez 
who was finalV reunited with his father and sent back to 
Cuba amid anti-Castro protests. 



Television gives a crash course in life lessons. 

The nation tuned in to see who would be voted out in 
this summer's biggest smash "Survivor". 




In shows like 
"Roswell" and "Angel," 
to survive means 
getting rid 
of the bad guys. 

They showed that 
we all experience 
feelings of 
' alienation, but 

we are not alone 



In fact, 

putting up with siblings, farTniy issues 
and struggling to "find ourselves" 

are common denominators for us all. 



Inventions topped inventions. 

This year, we saw cable lines not only enhance television but surfing speed 

and e-commerce as well. 
Electronic organizers rock. 
From the palm of your hand you can check e-mail, invest in 
futures or buy a present for Mom. 

Oh yeah, and get organized. 

The newest digital cameras have greater picture 
quality as well as roomier disk space, 

while the next generation MP3s 

are smaller, 
faster, more portable, and provide 
better-than-ever sound quality. 



Toyota was among the future-thinking 
car companies to introduce 

hybrid cars. 

Half -electric and half gasoline-powered, 
these new wheels will eventually be as 
easy on the pocketbook as they are 



°" ^he p/anet. 



Playstation 2 

and the latest Nintendo 

made the 
virtual world more 

entertaining. 







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Performers 

like Hoku and 

Jakob Dylan of 
the Wallflowers 
emerged from 

the shadows 
of their famous parents 

Blink-182 

lets their California style 
influence their 

wardrobe and music, 
which led them to an MTV music 
award for "All the Sn.all ThinTs 




Globalization 

has had a profound effect on the style-music industry. 

Latin's back with a bang with the return of Carlos Santana and 
the rise of Enrique Inglesias along with 
Christina Aguilera's release of a Latin-style CD this year. 

And we saw Ricky Martin going global 

with a tour reaching as far as Austral-Asia. On the local scene, 

many underground 
performers have been 
rocketed into the 
mainstream, 

as was Moby, the one-time 
New York 

01, with the immensely 
popular "Play," 
image is everything. 




Madonna came alive (what else 
[is new) with her new "(Vlusic," 

reinvigorating her original dance-music roots, 

fUnbehevably, this mother of two has topped th] 
' charts for some three decades now 

Hoi concert, 

performed in a London pub, was 

one of the most-watched events on the ^ 

internet to date. HH 




And with MTV, VHl, Napster, and 
others, the faces of today's 
are seen live everywhere. 



formers 



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lear 



For pop princesses like Britney. 
Christina Aguilera and Aaliyah, 

as well as the ubiquitous boy bands, 1... 
is as big as (maybe bigger than) their music 



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^Bo&''1?olT 'h" *^" Backstreet 

'^*-'y^. LPO, 98 and especially 'NSYNC 
style IS the substance of pop. ^ '^^TNt,, 



Check out their live shows. 




' ^ Annual 

feademyj^wards. 
Best ^ictu^mekan Beauty- 
Best to* Do-,nW 
Kev.n Spacey, "American Beauty 

"^^' HlarfswanK, "Boys Dont Cry" 
^''' '^SSael Sne, "The Oder House Rules' 
nSSS"S?t^-rrupte.' 

SHOOTING STAR 




Legendary ^ctor Robert Redford stepped 
behind the camera to direct the mystical golf movie 
"The Leqend of Baqqer Vance." 

Will Smith 

plays Vance, the wise caddie who guides golfer 
Matt Damon through more than 

just the perfect golf game. 





Raclfup another hit 

for Jim Carev 

Irresistible ^li 

even when he''- 
covered in qreei 
from head to for* 
The Whos 

in Whoville 
are a must-see 
in Dr. Suess'S' 
"How the Grinch 




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■,.5^ o '©f everybody on the big screen thi| 
c^ymation genJu# brought the chickens of ' 



And Buzz Lighlyear came ,0 Ihe rescue, and beyond, " 

5. leading the troops on a mission to bring Woody back in "Toy Story 2 
; ''Pii)l It Forward" proved 

Its possible to change the world 
. ^;^'tdoesn'tLeS^^1.gth.nq. , I 

I ^<evin Spacey, Helen Hunt 



inspired us all to do a favor 



and wonderkid Haley Joel Osment 



or two 



make this world a better place 



X-terrTiination 
,, ^avoided, 

thanks to the X-rtlen 







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Magneto made X-Men" nnp nf thic 

summer's biggest smash h.?s °' '^" 



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