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QUITTAPAHILLA 

2 O O 2 
L V C 



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in 2011 with funding from 

LYRASIS Members and Sloan Foundation 



http://www.archive.org/details/quittapahilla2002leba 



HEFLtCTIONS 

QV1TTAPAH1LLA 

Lebanon V^llevf College 

Atwvillc, Vcnn$\flv*v\\*i 17003 

Volume LXXXV11 





As I SIT ALONE 

With the warm sun on mv back 

realize somethings missing 

art or ml which lacks 

Could it be the trep 
Reaching tor the skv? 

v'R COULD IT BE THE CtlLDREN, 

Walking home, who pass me by? 

Perhaps, I miss the birds. 

Chirping sweetlv above mv head? 

All I feel is restlessness 

a part of me is; dead. 

i know now what it is. 

now i realize what is wrong. 

It's the teeling, thev call solitude. 

All mv trends are gone. 

of course i know, 

That as we grow. 

We have to make our way. 

We all must plot a ditterent course, 

to go by everyday. 

always thought my friendships, 

Would be round. 

Just like the moon, 

But you see, 

i am not ready, 

Tor rr all to end so soon. 

miss their happy laughter, 
Floating on the wind. 

1 miss the many secrets, 
That circulate within. 

The only way to keep. 

Our friendships woven tight, 

is TO keep in contact always. 

And then we'll be alright! 





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The Class or 2002 




rhe class of 2002 has a lot to reflect on from their four years at LVC 
rhey've seen a new dorm built, the beginnings of the PT program, 
Drofessors come and go. This final year of education is a glorious'one 
n which you will begin to test the waters of "the real world" and yet 
-eturn to the relative safety of LVC each night. These final days have a 
endency to make people stop and look back on all that has happened 
iunng their college careers. The first roommate, first football game, 
irst classes, first time to dispute a grade with a professor, the first time 
i little freshman asked you for directions.. .all of these things make up 
nemones that will be taken from LVC as you step forth into the world, 
rhis issue of the Quittapahilla has been designed specifically for you, 
he class of 2002. Enjoy it, treasure it, keep it, but most importantly' 
ake time to reflect on what is contained in these pages. These are the 
asting memories of a time that laid the foundations for your future, 
hat finished molding who you are and what you stand for, LVC will 
lways be one of those places that you called home. 

REFLECTIONS 2002 



VetricMion 




Dr. Je^rmie Hcv\ 
Vroiessor of Economics *tit> Political Science 
A reflection of true fcebicMion to her $tut>er\t$ 



The 2002 Quittapahilla staff has chosen to fcefcicate this volume to Dr. 
Hevf. She has fcefcicatefc u,ears other life to the cfcucation of Lebanon 
Valley College students. She has been votefc teacher of the vfear 
hv*mcrov<5 times bvf the stwfcentbofcvf. This spriv»5 Dr. Hey will besin 
her retirement. However, she is not giving u\> LVC entirely. She will 
continue to teach part time anfc thereby continue to touch the lives of the 
next generation. Dr. Hevj's service to the stwfcentbofcvf truKj reflects the 
ifceals that we showlfc all aspire to. She began her career at Lebanon 
Vallevf in 19S9. She specializes in economic theory anfc environmental 
*nfc health economics. Her chief interests are in the application of 
economic principles to the stwfcw, of soeial issues. Her professional focus 
is on the economic analysis of state ant> local public policu, issues. Dr. 
I4evj startefc her cfcucation atBucknell Vniversitw, anfc grafcuatefc in 19*4 
with her B.A. She receivefc her MBA irony Lehigh Vniversitw, in 19S2 
*nfc her ?h. D. in 1990. 



Efcitor: 

Miss Chervil Beerup 
has 5iven countless 

hours to the 

completion of this 

xrchival recorfc for the 

coHc5e. She has 

selflesslw, 5iven of her 

time anfc energy to 

leave LVC with the 

best chronicle of 

n\evnor\cs that is 

within her abilities. 

She grafcuatcs as an 

active member of the 

:lassof'02. Her other 

activities inclufcc 

Gamma Sig anfc 

accounting club. 




" -~;~^rr'r':~~wwrm''.: : 



former Lebanon V^11ev| CoWe$e Vrofessor 
&nt> Vresfoent Vhoto e\re& 190? 




Current Lebanon VaIIcv^ C6\]c$e 
Vrcsfoent G. D^vit> Pollick 




September 11, 2001 



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THE PRESIDENT: Good evening. Today, 
our fellow citizens, our way of life, our very 
freedom came under attack in a series of 
deliberate and deadly 
terrorist acts. The victims 
were in airplanes, or in 
their offices; secretaries, 
businessmen and women, 
military and federal 
'**-* ir - workers; moms and dads, 
friends and neighbors. 
Thousands of lives were 
suddenly ended by evil, despicable acts of 
terror. 

The pictures of airplanes 
flying into buildings, 
fires burning, huge 
structures collapsing, 
have filled us with 
disbelief, terrible 
sadness, and a quiet, 
unyielding anger. These 
acts of mass murder 

were intended to frighten our nation into 
chaos and retreat. But they have failed; our 
country is strong. 

A great people has been moved to defend a 
great nation. Terrorist attacks can shake the 
foundations of our biggest 
buildings, but they cannot touch 
the foundation of America. 
These acts shattered steel, but 
they cannot dent the steel of 
American resolve. 
America was targeted for attack 

because we're the brightest 
beacon for freedom and opportunity in the 
world. And no one will keep 
that light from shining. 
Today, our nation saw evil, the 
very worst of human nature. 
And we responded with the best 
of America — with the daring of 
our rescue workers, with the 
caring for strangers and 
neighbors who came to give 
blood and help in any way they 

could. 





Immediately following the 
first attack, I implemented our 
government's emergency 
response plans. Our military is 
powerful, and it's 
prepared. Our 
emergency teams 
are working in 
New York City 
and Washington, 
D.C. to help with 
local rescue 
efforts. 



Our first priority is to get help 

to those who have been injured, 

and to 

take 

every pre I 

caution 

to 

protect 

our 

citizens 

at home and around the world 

from further attacks. The 

functions of our government 

continue without interruption. 




8 



A Day To Remember 




ederal agencies in 
Washington which had to be 
vacuated today are reopening 
>r essential personnel 
might, and will be open for 
usiness tomorrow. Our 
nancial institutions remain 
rong, and the 
merican economy 
ill be open for 
usiness, as well. 




The search is underway for 
those who are behind these 
evil acts. I've directed the 
full resources of our 
intelligence and law 
enforcement communities 
to find those responsible 

and to bring them 
to justice. We will 
make no distinction 
between the terrorists 
who committed these 
acts and those who 

harbor them. 




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I appreciate so very 

much the members of 

Congress who have 

joined me in strongly 

condemning these 

attacks. And on 

behalf of the 

American people, I 

thank the many world leaders who have 

called to offer their condolences and 

assistance. 

America and our friends 
and allies join with all 
those who want peace 
and security in the 
world, and we stand 
together to win the war 
against terrorism. Tonight, I ask for your 
prayers for all those who grieve, for the 
children whose worlds have been shattered, 
for all whose sense of safety and security- 
has been threatened. And I pray they will 
be comforted by a power greater than any of 
us, spoken through the ages in Psalm 23: 
"Even though I walk through the valley of 
the shadow of death, I fear no evil, for You 
are with me." 

This is a day when all 
Americans from every walk 
of life unite in our resolve 
for justice and peace. 
America has stood down 

enemies before, 

and we will do 

so this time. 

None of us will 

ever forget this 
m day. Yet, we go forward to 

defend freedom and all that is 
good and just in our world. 

Thank you. Good night, and God bless 
America. 

This address was presented on the evening 
of September 1 1 from the oval office at 8:30 
pm, by President George W. Bush. 
Photography from time.com and nj.com 



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Winter Olympics 2002 



; 



From the NBC Coverage of the Games: 

Day 1 : On a brisk Utah night, with 
temperatures dipping into the teens and light 
snow falling from the skies, America 
welcomed the world to play in peace and 
harmony on the slopes and in the arenas of 
the Wasatch Range for the next 1 7 days as 
the curtain raised on the XIX Olympic 
Winter Games. 

Day 2: The first gold medal of the Salt Lake 
Olympic Winter Games wasn t decided until 
the closing seconds but the theme of the day 
was utter dominance. 

Day 3: Three new Olympic stars strode into 
the dazzling light that broke over Utah s 
Wasatch Mountains on Sunday. Around their 
necks, gold medals shone with special 
brilliance on Day 3 of the Salt Lake Olympic 
Winter Games. 



Day 4: Expect the unexpected. ..except in accompanied by the international sporting press 

Olympic pairs figure skating. By the time the extra-loud takeoff on Tchaikovsky s 1812 

2002 Olympic Winter Games have spun to a Overture. 

close, it appears that most, if not all, of the 15 

disciplines in the Salt Lake program will have Day 7: Two Russians dominated an Olympic 

given that slightly amended adage another figure skating competition Thursday night. No 

hard workout. one disagreed. 




Day 5: The focal point may have been a few 
meters beyond each sport s official boundary, 
but there was no mistaking the mood that 
dominated the XIX Olympic Winter Games 
on Tuesdav. 



Day 8: Canadian pairs skaters to share gold with 
Russians, but not all the news was good for 
Canada on Friday. Its hockey team, among the 
favorites to win the gold medal in men s ice 
hockey, fell hard in its opening game. 



Day 6: Ottavio Cinquanta, the president of Day 9: Do you believe in home ice? The 2-2 tie 
the International Skating Union, probably between the Russia and United States men s ice 
would prefer less limelight. But he took center hockey teams might not have been the stuff of 
ice Wednesday morning and skated a long miracles. But given the circumstances the return 
program for the better part of two hours to an American venue of two teams that created. 



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Salt Lake City, Utah 



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the epitome of Olympic drama 22 years 
belief could wait. 



ago 



Day 10: Canadian figure skaters Jamie Sale and 
David Pelletier got their gold six days late. 
Norway and Italy restaged their cross-country 
relay rivalry with a cardiac finish. Italy's 
Daniela Ceccarelli skied out of the clouds to win 
the women s super-G. But none of them could 
knock the Chris Witty Story off page one. 

Day 1 1: It's a fine point of team ski jumping, 
but an important one: If you're the fourth 
jumper, it's good to be tackled. Martin Schmitt 
accomplished that this day. Schmitt's final 
jump gave Germany the gold medal by the 
slimmest of margins over Finland. Schmitt's 
teammates rewarded him with a hero's dogpilc. 



Day 12: Welcome women's bobsleigh to the 
Olympic Winter Games program. And 
celebrate the victory of USA-2, the little sled 
that could: driver Jill Bakken and brakeman 
Vonetta Flowers. Speed skater Derek Parra 
of the United States also set a world record 
in the 1500-meter race on the lightning-fast 
Utah Olympic Oval. 

Day 13: Jack Shea must have heard the 
cheers and sent back one of his own. The 
late grandfather of Wednesday's gold 
medalist in men s skeleton, symbolically 
along for the ride in the form of a 
photograph tucked inside his grandson s 
helmet, crossed the finish line in spirit. 

Day 14: Where does a person go to learn 
the mathematics of emotion? Surely such a 
study is coming our way. Until it arrives, 
we know where to look: into the eyes of 
Sarah Hughes, gold medalist in ladies 
figure skating at the Salt Lake Games. 
Day 15: The United States men s ice hockey 
team put a television play-by-play man s 
celebrated expression to rest on Friday. It 
happened exactly 22 years after the 1980 
U.S. "Miracle on Ice" victory over the Soviet 
Union. 

Day 16: Somebody finally caught up with 
Arthur Tyler. He d been waiting there in 
the Olympic record book for 46 years under 
"Four-Man Bobsleigh, Cortina, 1956, Bronze 
Medal." So when the U.S. got its first 
Olympic men's bobsleigh hardware in 
nearly a half-century, the team left no 
doubt. It sent two sleds to finish the job. 

Day 17: Fifty years after it last carried 
home a set of Olympic gold medals, the 
Canadian men's ice hockey team returned 
to the top of the podium with a 5-2 victory 
over the United States in the final 
competition of the Salt Lake Games. 



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Nathan S. Acker 

Business Administration 



Sarah-Krista Acker 

Music 

Music Education 



James E. Adkins 
Chemistry 



Michael D. Aiello 
Hotel Management 




Carrie J. Albright 
Hotel Management 



Charlton T. Albright 
Business Administration 



Jedediah Ande 
Political Science 



Kendra L. Atkinson 

English Communications 

B u si n ess Ad mi n i strati on 




Jason C. Baab 

Music Recording 

I e( hnoloi>\ 



Michael John Baddick 
Elemen tar y Ed u cati on 



Jamie E. Baile}' 

Elementary Education 

Special Education 



Amy E. Balmer 

Elementary Education 

Special Education 




John C. Banks 
Business Administration 

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Lauren D. Baptista 
Elementary Education 



Krishna A. Barbin 
Psychology 



Melissa R. Barella 

Business Administration 

International Business 



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Heather M. Batz 
Accounting 



Allison J. Baum 

Actuarial Science 

Economics 



Stacy E. Bechtel 
Music Education 



Cheryl T. Beezup 

Accounting 

Business Administration 




Timothy J. Belloff 

History 

Political Science 



Kristen L. Bender 
English 
French 



Christine E. Bennethum 

Biology 



Joanna M. Bissell 

Psychology 

Spanish 




Jeffrey A. Blystone 
Business Administration 



Allison J. Bogart 
Business Administration 



Melanie E. Boyd 
Elementary Education 



Daniel W. Brenner 

Music Education 
Music Performance 




Jacyln E. Brown 
Elementary Education 



Karen A. Brubaker 

Music Education 

Spanish 



Lisa A. Bunda 

Business Administration 



Nicolle S. Bupp 
Music Education 



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Ryan S. Buzdygon 
Chemistry 



June E. Camizzi 

Elementary Education 

Music- 



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Chemistry 












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Business Administration 

Computer Science 



Christina L. Clarkson 

Elementary Education 



Julio Clemen tin 
Business Administration 



Caren R. Colburn 
Accounting 




Mark A. Cole 
Music 




Sean J. Corcoran 
Psychology 



Jonathan L. Crane 
Music Education 



Karen Lynn Cunningham 

Spanish 
Business Administration 



Danielle E. D' Amour 
French 




Jennifer L. Davis 

Psychology 



Jennifer L. DeMello 
Individualized Major 



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William V. E. Deri- 
Music Education 
Music Performance 



Lindsey H. Desio 
English Communications 



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Lisa M. Duke 

Elementary Education 

Special Education 



Sarah E. Edie 

English 

Secondary Education 




Timothy J. DeVuono 

Political Science 



Andrea DeWitt 
Experimental Psychology 



Sarah E. Dorsey 
English- Literature 



Stacy R. Dove 
Psychology 



Katy M. Dukes 
Music- Performance 



Melissa A. Dunmire 
Music Education 



Brian P. Eidenshink 
Business Administration 



Kevin C. Eiker 
Elementary Education 



Ellen M. Dinner 
Music Education 




Tara A. Drumheller 
Music Education 

Music 




Benjamin S. Eberts 

Music Recording 

I e< linolouA 




Gregory B. Evans 



Spanish 



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TrishaJ. Fatula 

Elementary Education 

Special Education 



Jared P. Flay 
Elementary Education 



Christy L. Gallihugh 
Economics 



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Timothy A. Feeg 
Elementary Education 



Lois E. Fegan 
Sociology 

Criminal Justice 



Adam L. Feltes 

Actuarial Science 

Economics 




Amanda M. Fortney 
Music Education 



Daniel W. Fox 
Elementary Education 



Erik K. Fritz 
Hotel Management 



Jason C. Gamble 

Mathematics 

Business Administration 



Ronald J. Garcia 
Accounting 




Jill M. Gardill 
Elementary Education 




Cricket J. Gates 

Accounting 

Business Administration 

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Jeffrey H. Getz 

Music Education 

Spanish 



Misty A. Gloudemans 

Elementary Education 

Psychology 



Gabrielle R. Gock 

English Communications 

Philosophy 



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Eileen K. Golias 

Elementary Education 

Special Education 



George F. Gritto Ji 

Music Recording 

Technoloin 



Benjamin N. Hardy 
History 



Erica L. Gosart 
Elementary Education 



Patrick Grant 
Business Administration 



Rosemarie R. Grasa 
Psychology 




Beth A. Gross 
Business Administration 



Jonathan R. Grow 

Elementary Education 
Special Education 



April L. Gunsallus 
Economics 




Tameka I). 1 lai d\ 
Business Administration 



Stephanie R. Hartman 
Elemental \ Education 



Lisa M. Hatfield 
Hotel Management 




Daniel P. Haupin 



Christopher Havran 
Biology 



Jed A. Heindel 
Psychobiology 



Michelle M. Heiser 
r^lementary Education 



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Jennifer L. Heisey 
Psychology 



Andrew C. Heizmann 
Music Education 

Music 



Karen L. Hendricks 

Biology 

Chemistry 



Nathan M. Hengst 
Business Administration 




John }. High 

Math 

French 



Kristin G. Hilgert 



Biology 

Spanish 



Keri L. Hilperts 

Psychology 



Nadian E. Himes 
Biology 




Mary F. Hoagland 
Music Education 



Kelly R. Hoch 
Psychohiology 



Sara G. Hodon 
English Communications 



Masjaie B. Hoi man 
Elementary Education 




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Andrea M. Howard 

Chemistry 
Secondary Education 



Kimherly M. Huch 

Elementary Education 

Special Education 



Jennifer L. Hunter 
History 



Jennifer R. Hutchins 
Business Administration 



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Jeffrey M. Intoccia 
English Communications 



Elizabeth Jones 
Business Administration 



LisaJ. Kemble 

International Business 

Spanish 



Douglas A. Knepp 

Psvcholoj^A' 
Spanish Edu< ation 



Michelle E. Koons 

Religion 
Spanish Education 



Raissa A. Kalishevich 

History 
Secondary Education 



Eun K. Kim 
Psychology 



Kara R. Kinse\' 

International Business 

Spanish 



Khris A. Koelsch 

Elementary Education 

Special Education 



Natalie S. Kohler 
I Iealtli Care Management 



Lisa M. Keammerer 

Music Recording 

Technology 




Branch M. Klunk 

Elementary Education 

Music 




Edward G. Kolibab 
Business Administration 




Jocelvn E. Korp 
Psychobiology 




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Psychology 



Daniel J. Kroninger 
Business Administration 



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Khary A. Lane 
Business Administration 



Robyn A. LaRosa 
Elementary Education 

Spec ial KdiK alion 



Stephanie M. Lezotte 
English Commn nicati on s 



Mary E. Lingenfelter 
Hotel Management 




David M. Locher 
Chemistry 



Michelle L. Lomas 
Elementary Education 



Rachel R. Luckenbill 
English Literature 



Jenah M. MacDonald 
Hotel Management 



Abbey J. Madaan 
Psychology' 



Amy L. March 
Sociology 



Christel D. LuchvU 
Accounting 



Daniel R. Martin 
Economics 





Michael D. Martin 

Sociology 



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Luke D. Mason 
Chemistry 



Ryan P. Mattern 
Economics 



Elissa A. Mattson 

Spanish 

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Keosha C. Maynard 
Psychology 



Danielle 1.. McCarney 
Elementary Education 



Lawrence McCullough III 
Political Science 



Meredith A. McGinley 
Psychology 




Shaun C. McGinty 

Elementary Education 
S[K'cial Education 



Jav R. McCruder 
Business Administration 



Scott S. McKeown 
Music Recording 
Technoloe 



Julie D. McKinney 

Elementary Education 

Special Education 




Danielle M. McMaster 
Chemistry 



Amanda L. Mi 

Music Education 

Music Performance 



Candace N. Miller 
Sociology 



Crystal M. Miller 

Elementary Education 




Sara A. Mintonye 
Music 



Richard A. Moder 

Business Administration 



Ryan R. Moore 
Business Administration 



Lisa M. Mover 

Music Recording 

Technology 



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Keri J. Muniz 
Psychobiology 



Jennifer A. Newcomer 
Business Administration 



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Music Education 



Kristine A. Novotny 

English 

Chemistry 




Nicole L. Oder 

Music 

Historical Communications 



Nicole Ondo 
Psychology 



Michael K. Pedrick 
Physics 



Tina L. Peffley 
Business Administration 




Robert L. Perry 
Business Administration 



Douglas E. Peters 

Religion - History 

Philosophy 



Rebecca C. Pittman 
Psychology 



Steven C. Polansky 

Biochemistry 
Molecular Bioloa 




David Polasky 

Business Administration 



Jimmy Ramirez 
International Business 



Kevin D. Reamjr 
Accounting 



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Benjamin K. Reigner 

Music Education 
Trumpet Performance 



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Sean B. Reilh 



Hotel Management 



Stacy M. Reinhart 

Accon ii t i 11 u 



Barry P. Rhodes 
Elementary Education 



Stephanie A. Ritter 
Art Communications 



Brian R. Robbins Jonathan M. Roscoe 

Business Administration Historical Communications 



Samantha A. Rill 
Psychology 




Kelly M. Runk 

Music Education 




Scott M. Rupp 
Elementarv Fxlucation 



Lindsay A. Schlossbach 
Music Education 



Jessica L. Rute 



Karen G. Sanderson 



English Communications Business Administration 



Melissa A. Schneider 

Business Administration 



Stuart I. Seidcn 

American Studies 

Political Science- 



Michael A. Sarro 
Political Science 
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Marissa C. Shaw 

Elementary Fxlucation 

Sjxcial Fxlucation 



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Kevin P. Shiner 
Hotel Management 



Amy E. Shoemaker 
Actuarial Science 



Erin K. Shollenberger 
Elementary Education 



Amber A. Shotwell 
Psychology 




Elizabeth A. Shover 
Business Administration 



Ellen L. Shughart 
Chemistry 



Abby A. Smith 

Elementary Education 

Spanish 



Angela M. Smith 
Business Administration 




Nickole L. Smidi 
Sociology 



Jane E. Smyser 
English 

Sc< olid, ii \ Education 



Amber L. Sniechoski 
Psychology 



Jeffrey M. Stein bach 
Business Administration 




Melanie A. Stokes 
Elementary Education 



Abigail R. Stoltzfus 
Biology 



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Janine A. Storti 

Spanish 

Secondary Education 



Jennifer L. Stover 
Chemistry 



Karl R. Strauss 

Music Recording 

Technology 



Andrew S. Taylor 

Music Recording 

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Eric R. Thompson 

Business Administration 



Michelle A. Yosburgh 
Psychology 



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Biology- 



Courtney B. Sweinhart 
Biology 



Angela 1.. Tanczos 
Psychology 




David G. Taylor 

Mathematics 
Computer Science 



Jamie P. Taylor 

Business Administration 

Hotel Management 



Natalie A. Taylor 

International Business 
Spanish 




Robert J. Tomkojr. 
Biochemistry 



Amy E. \'anOrden 

Music Recording 

Technology 



Ryan L. Yitti 
Business Administration 




Teri L. Wagner 
Accounting 



Brian S. Walker 

Music Recording 

Technology 



I. like A. Wallace 

Actuarial Science 

French 



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Kristen Wardrop 
Psychobiology 



Lindsay S. Weymouth 
Elementary Education 



Jessica M. Wieand 
Business Administration 



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Religion 



Matthew D. Wehr 
Music Education 

Music 



Abigail A. Welsh 
Elementary Education 




Jay E. Whitaker 
English Literature 



Raymond J. Whittaker III 
History 



Douglas A. Widener 



Physics 




famie L. Wike 
Psychology 
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Business Administration 



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Elementary Education 

Special Education 



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Biology 




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Outscored, But Not Outfought 



year was a 



This 

rebuilding season for the 
LVC football team. 
Despite a 1-9 -ecord, a 
valiant attempt was made; 
as a result, fiv? team 
members wave named to 
the MAC An-:,tar team. 
These me n x rs included 
seniors Chad Hoofnagle, 
Kyle Andes, and Malou 
Mclntire ; nd uniors Ryan 
Brennan an" Jim 
Poverotney^ Vor the next 
season, the earn looks to 
its underclassmen and new 
recruits to lead them to 
victory in the MAC. 




Seniors in Picture: Kyle Andes, Dan Brown, Mark Ely, Mitch Gibson, Chad 
Hoofnagle, Ed Marshall, Malou Mclntire, Barry Rhodes, Matt Rys, and 
Dennis Yagmourian. 



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Above: The defense steps Right: Quarterback 
up to the line of Dallas Noll launches a 

scrimmage. pass down the field. 



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Left: Kyle Andes plans his 

strategy for the next play. Below: LVC pride! 





Above: The defense 




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scrambles to recover the 


Home 


Opponent 


Awa) 


ball after a fumble. 


9 


Gettysburg 


23 







Lycoming 


10 


Above right: The coaching 


20 


Widener 


IS 


staff is hard at work. 


21 


FDU-Madison 


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20 


Moravian 


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Left: Null n. Andes. 





Albright 


16 


Manning. Rhodes, 


21 


Juniata 


II 


Hoofnagle, and Carter 


56 


Delaware Valley 


48 


look to the field in 





Wilkes 


20 


anticipation. 


13 


Susquehanna 


40 



35 



Never Stop Running 



1 he season ended for 
both the men's and 
women's teams with each 
placing 8th in the MAC 
Champiors'iip Meet. 
This year uie team says 
farewell to senior, Tres 
Nolett, as ne is the only 
member graduating. The 
teams had a «accessful 
season, ovcfa , l, and will 
look to have repeated 
success nt xt 1 ear with the 
addition of new members 
in the fall. Cood-Luck to 
the underclassmen as 
they prepare to run for a 
MAC Championship. 




Seniors and Juniors in picture: Tres Nolett, Sean Carney, Dan Rau, Kate 
DTmperio, and Megan Brockley. 




Above: Kate DTmperio 
flashes a smile at the 



camera. 




Below: The men's team 
Left: Determination is the breaks out of the pack of 
name of the game when it runners at the starting 
comes to X-C! line. 










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Above: The X-C girls take some time off 
and strike a pose for the camera before 
their race. 

Left: Travis Miller's look of 
determination and confidence savs it all. 



sue: 


II2JUI 


[ens; 


Vomen 


Meet 
Kutztown 


Men 


7th 


Invitational 
LVC 


8th 


8th 


Invitational 


10th 


7th 


Messiah 
Invitational 

Dickinson 


8th 


13th 


Invitational 


18th 


2nd 


Susquehanna 
Invitational 


2nd 


12th 


DeSales 
Invitational 


20th 


14th 


Gettysburg 
Invitational 


17th 


8th 


MAC 


8th 


16th 


ECAC 
NCAA Mid- 


15th 


30th 


East 


26th 



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We Will Rock You...Again! 



1 he Lebanon Valley 
College's fie'd hockey team 
wrapped no die season with 
an 1 1-6 re.;,::. (5-3 in 
Commonwcf.iih). First year 
Head Coac'i ' .aurel Martin 
lead the te<?~m a) their eighth- 
straight CciiYivonwealth 
(MAC) pla\ :f. berth. 
Numerous li idividual awards 
were bestowed to senior Lisa 
Duke, including named First- 
Team ECAC Division III All- 
Star. As the la:lies say good- 
bye to their gi aduating 
seniors, they eagerly prepare 
for the ne; t sj ccessful 
season under Coach Martin's 
direction. 




Seniors in Picture: Lisa Duke, Trisha Fatula, Beth Gross, Danielle McCarney, 
Candace Miller, Elizabeth Seidenstricker, Elizabeth Shover, Nickole Smith, 
and Natalie Taylor. 




Above: Melissa Youse prepares to 
drive the ball. 

Right: Jordan helps to defend her 
goal against the opposition. 




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Left: Liz dribbles the 

length of the field en route 

to scoring the game- Below: Lisa drives the 

winning goal. ball inside the circle. 




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Above: The competition 
heats up inside the circle. 

Above Right: The girls 
position themselves around 
the circle for this 
important corner. 

Left: Senior, Natalie 
Taylor shows the crowd 
her hockey skills! 



Home 


Opponent 


Awa) 


1 


Wilkes 


2 


3 


F& M 





8 


Miller sville 


1 


1 


Mary Washington 


2 


1 


Messiah 


1 


2 


Widener 





3 


Moravian 





1 


Elizabethtown 





7 
2 
2 


Albright 

Susquehanna 

Ithica 


(1 

1 
I 


3 


Gettysburg 


2 


1 


William Smith 


2 


1 


Gwvnedd Mercv 





1 


Juniata 
Drew 





(1 


Elizabethtown 


2 



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Kick Hard 



rlead Coach Mark Pulisic 
led his team into the MAC 
playoffs with an 1 1-6-2 
record. The team never 
made it out of the first 
round of the playoffs, 
however, the team had an 
incredible season. Two 
players, Junior, Michael 
Bosrer and Freshman, 
Fran Pitonyak were 
named to the MAC All- 
Star Team because of their 
talent. Next season. 
Coach Pulisic looks to 
rallv his team to three c . . D . . VT ., . . v . _,., „ . „ , ,. XT . , . 

J seniors in Picture: Nathan Acker, Kevin hiker, Brian Kobbins, Nicholas 

Consecutive years in which Thomas, and Matthew Zander. 

his team earns a playoff 
berth. 








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Above: Fran Pitonyak Right: Brian Robbins 

gets ready to clear the ball goes up for a head ball 
out of the defensive end. 



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Left: Grant Walker slips 
the ball past the defender 
as he and his teammates 
move closer to the goal. 



Below: Nathan Acker 
goes after the ball and 
takes on two members of 
the opposing team. 




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Above: Christian Koch 
makes a diving save to 
preserve the shutout. 

Left: Nicholas Thomas 
gets ready to take on his 
opponent. 



Opponent Away 

Randolph Macon 

Ferrum 

King's 

Eastern 

Wilkes 

Delaware Valley 

Juniata 

Goucher 

Susquehanna 

Christopher 

Newport 

Elizabeth town 

Messiah 

Moravian 

DeSales 

Gwynedd Mercy 

4 Philadelphia Bible 

3 Widener 3 

4 Alvernia 4 
2 Albright 
Messiah 3 



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Gooooooo Team 



1 lie Women's Soccer 
Team had a terrific season 
with a record of 15-5 under 
the supervision of Head 
Coach Mark Pulisic. Senior 
Captain, Abigail Stoltzfus 
said, "this 'en the LVC 
women had their best year. 
We finished 3>d in Mac's 
and were the 2nd seed in 
EC AC playoffs. Our team is 
made of g'rls who all deeply 
care for eanvother." 
The team ■ .1' take the 
momentum gained this year 
to help propel them into the 
MAC Playoffs next season. 




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Seniors in Picture: Robyn LaRosa, Jennifer Newcomer, and Abigail Stoltzfus 
Juniors in Picture: Jess Husko and Dawn Rumbley 




Above: Coach Pulisic discusses 
the next play with midfielder, Kim 
McDonald 

Right: The girls celebrate another 
victory! 



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Left: Amber Spell shows 
her skills to the 
competition. 



Below: Ilyse shows her 
determination to outplay 
her defender. 







Left: Senior, Erica Gossart thinks, 
"The competition, they have nothing 



Above: Jessica hustles down the 
field, anticipating the winning goal! 



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Home 


Opponent 


Awa) 


3 

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Lycoming 

Kings 

FDU- Madison 








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F& M 


3 


t> 


Juniata 





I 


Messiah 


2 


3 

(i 
2 


Susquehanna 

Baptist Bible 

DeSales 





1 


1 


York 








Elizabethtown 


2 


3 


Moravian 


I 


/' 


Alvernia 





3 


Kutztown 





1 


Wilkes 





1 

1 


Albright 
Widener 


1 




1 


Elizabethtown 








Messiah 


1 





Carnegie Mellon 


1 



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45 - Love 



1 lie Women's Tennis 
Team had a good season 
with an overall record of 
7-8. The \cii\ made it 
into the MAC 
Championships once again 
under the instruction of 
Coach Cliff Myers. The 
team says ^ood-bye to the 
only senior member, 
Kristen Benaer, this year. 
The girls look to the 
underclassmen to continue 
to improve and reach the 
playoffs next season. Best 
of luck to the girls to have 
a smashing season next 
season. 




Front: Robyn Sotak, Kelly Stauffer, Jeneele Jenelle, Amora Cook, and Kristen 
Bender. Back: Coach Cliff Myers, Lisa Landis, Kristen Barone, Christine 
Jessen, and Lindsay Knoll. 



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Above: Senior, Kristen 
Bender shows the crowd 
one last time her 
dominance on the court. 



44 



Right: Amora approaches 
the net thinking, "bring it 



on! 




Below: Kristen Barone 
concentrates on the ball 
and her form. 





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'ome Opponent •< 
1 Randolph Macon 
5 Ferrum 


2 

2 


2 

2 


King's 
Eastern 




1 


2 


Wilkes 


1 


1 

1 


Delaware Valley 
Juniata 


5 



4 


Goucher 


1 


2 



2 


Susquehanna 
Christopher 

Newport 
Elizabethtown 




3 
3 


1 


Messiah 


5 


1 


Moravian 


3 


3 


DeSales 


2 


2 


Gwynedd Mercy 


1 


1 
3 


Philadelphia Bible 
Widener 



3 


1 


Alvernia 


1 


2 



Albright 
Messiah 


3 



Left: Kelly Stauffer 
struts off the court 
after another win. 



Above: Robyn busts 
a move out on the 
court! 



45 



Serving It To You 



1 he Women's Volleyball 
Team had a a successful 
season with a 23- 14 record. 
The team c om peted in both 
the MAC and ECAC- South 
Championship Playoffs, but 
fell in the ti. : t round of each 
of the play .iff games. Kelly 
Kaufmann said "I feel that 
we have a gsong, dedicated 
team and ronl coaches. We 
also will be returning 
everyone in^i season. . .we 
were a maj^y lorce in the 
conference." Head Coach 
Wayne Pen > looks to lead 
his team nev; year to 
another successful season 
and playoff berth. 




Above: Jennifer Heiland, two 
time letter winner and one of three 
Juniors on the team, enjoys a 
memorable moment. 

Right: The team gets a pep talk 
from Coach Wayne Perry. Their 
winning season took them to two 
different sets of playoffs. 

46 








Front: Melissa Stein, Danelle McCusker, Amanda Myers, Jennifer Heiland, Jenn 
Hahn, and Jolee Warrenfeltz. Back: Coach D.Perry, Kelly Kaufmann, Steph 
George, Sherri Pursel, Amanda Bahn, Angie McCracken, and Coach W. Perry 





Left: The girls celebrate 
after yet another winning 
match. 



Below: Angie McCracken 
saves the day with this 
airborne return. She will 
have many chances to 
improve the 22-13 record. 





Above: Five LVC players 
never break their 
concentration as the ball is 
about to make contact with 
the opposition's forehead. 

Left: Team captains Kelly 
Kaufmann and Sherri 
Pursel lead their 
teammates in a pre-game 
ritual. 



ome 


Opponent 


a 


Notre Dame (MD) 


A 


Dickinson 


3 


Washington 


:( 


Alvernia 


3 


Albright 


•1 


Pitt-Johnstown 


:f 


LaRoche 


3 


Delaware Valley 


3 


St. Mary's 


1 


Swarthmore 


3 


Alvernia 


3 


L'rsinus 


3 


St. John Fisher 


o 


Messiah 


3 


Dickinson 


3 


Moravian 


1 


Lvcoming 


3 


FDU-Madison 


3 


Rutgers- Newark 


2 


F& M 


3 


Albright 


3 


Elizabethtown 


3 


Montclair 


3 


York 


(i 


Juniata 


3 


Brvn Mawr 


3 


Alvernia 


ii 


Juniata 


ii 


Rutgers- Newark 



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Fear This 



1 he Men's Basketball 
Team finished the season 
with a record )f 18-9. The 
team entered the MAC 
Champion,Tii|jS, falling in 
the First rc-n d. However, 
they went &z f p compete in 
the ECAC 'i-uth Playoffs, 
making it " t ^ the second 
round. T'lis year the team 
says farewal *d Seniors 
Ryan Moore and Chris 
Kreider. isieFt year the 
team hope« tp continue their 
success unds the lead of 
Coach Brad ivIcAlester and 

earn anothec chance to Seniors in Picture: Chris Kreider and Ryan Moore 

compete in the post-season. Juniors in Picture: Drew Brayford, Ed Marshall, Darren Pugh, John 

Sharkey, and Andrew Smith 





Above: Chris Kreider 
takes the ball head on to 
the basket. 



48 



Right: Sophomore Evan 
Harlor has perfect form 
while taking one of his 
many three-pointers. 





Left: Junior Darren Pugh 
goes up for the rebound. 



Below: Senior, Ryan 
Moore is looking to pass 
the ball to one of his 
teammates. 




Above: The enormous 
crowd helps to lead their 
flying Dutchmen to 
victory. 

Left: Coach McAlester 
pumps up his team during 
a critical time-out. 



[sil 


[cjiojuE 


m 


Hoiiii 


Opponent 


Away 


76 


John Carroll 


66 


63 


Gettysburg 


75 


71 


Dickinson 


70 


68 


Ursinus 


66 


71 


Haver ford 


57 


t»l 


Alvernia 


75 


67 


Susquehanna 


62 


67 


Moravian 


66 


59 


Catholic 


76 


71 


Delaware Valley 


60 


71 


John Jay 


(.7 


HID 


Albright 


81 


73 


Widener 


80 


62 


F& M 


56 


67 


Elizabethloun 


83 


71 


Messiah 


63 


67 


Juniata 


58 


i.l 


Moravian 


71 


73 


Susquehanna 


62 


78 


Widener 


73 


80 


Albright 


79 


66 


Elizabethtown 


95 


67 


Juniata 


56 


73 


Messiah 


57 


61 


Widener 


77 


67 


Penn State-Beh rend 


61 


59 


F& M 


71 



49 



A Winning Season 



1 he Women's Basketball 
Team had an extremely 
successful season. The team 
had a reco' -^ elf 23-5. The 
ladies made it into the 
semifinals of 'he ECAC- 
South PlayoRs falling to 
Franklin & m; rshall by a 
score of b^'-'Sb'. Stephanie 
Tigue was named to the Mid- 
Atlantic A'1-Stiir Team and 
Coach Peg ivauffman was 
named Coach of the Year 
for the Mid- V lantic 
Conference. This excellent 
teams says g^od-bye to 
seniors And iT <:a Cannon and 
Becca Kipp -dz they once 
again persue a successful 
season next year. 




LEBANON VALLEY 




Seniors in Picture: Andrea Cannon and Becca Kipp 

Juniors in Picture: Christine Bigler, Kristen Daiber, Sarah Deitrich, 

Stephanie Tigue, Kelly Ogurcak, and Andrea Zalwick 



Above: Head Coach Peg Kauffman looks on as her #1 
team in the Commonwealth Conference plays another 
great game. 

Above Right: Team Unity, Woo-Hoo! 

Right: The girls pump themselves up. 

BASKETBALL 



50 





Left: Captain Christine Bigler takes 
another one of her many shots. 

Above: "Who is open?" asks freshman 
guard Carrie Lathrop. 



54 


Western Maryland 


63 


S7 


Neumann 


12 


7(1 


Dickinson 


57 


109 


Neumann 


66 


104 


Baptist Bible 


31 


60 


Catholic 


53 


63 


Susquehanna 


52 


66 


Moravian 


77 


50 


Western Maryland 


57 


54 


A hernia 


38 


71 


Albright 


53 


71 


Widen er 


56 


55 


Eliza bet hi own 


43 


lil 


Cabrini 


47 


59 


Messiah 


47 


19 


Gettysburg 


IS 


67 


Juniata 


57 


65 


Moravian 


Id 


61 


.Susquehanna 


19 


59 


Widen er 


52 


15 


Albright 


1 1 


58 


Elizabethtown 


41 


75 


Marywood 


61 


57 


Juniata 


56 


50 


Messiah 


47 


dl 


Juniata 


54 


43 


Messiah 


54 


55 


F& M 


57 



Another Great Season 



1 he Ice Hockey Team had 
"another great season" with a 
record of 23-4-1 under the 
coaching ski, 1 '* of Al 
Mac -Cormack. The team earned 
a berth in th:- !XAC Northeast 
Playoffs. The men made it into 
the championship game, 
however, Wetfeworth Institute 
edged thefc-k;: a 5-4 margin. 
Senior Kc in vlock was named 
the NorthBs^S Goaltender of 
the Year for zfJ02, while Coach 
MacCormSefe^as selected as a 
finalist for AHC'.A Coach of the 
Year Awai d j lie team says 
farewell to m^'iy seniors who 
made up t&e fvst-ever ice 
hockey tearTFiVcre at LVC; they 
will be greatly missed. Best of 
luck to next year's team for 
success. 




Seniors in Picture: Bill Askwith, Kevin Block, Timothy DeVuno, Daniel Fox 
Jason Kilcoyne, Greg Kutchma, Lincoln Matlock, Shaun McGinty, Michael 
Sarro, Vincent Stendardo, and Jamie Taylor. 




Above: Chris White and 
Michael Sarro reach for 
the puck while slamming 
the opposing player 
against the boards. 

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Right: Senior Dan Fox 
looks to make an awesome 
pass so LVC can score 
another goal. 



Below: Senior Tim Rink 
helps block the puck in 
front of Lincoln Matlock, 
Senior goal-tender. 





Above: Ben Kwon gets rid of 
the puck so he can skate to the 
goal. 

Left: During the face off, 
Senior, Stu Seiden tries to make 
the puck go towards his 
teammates. 




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Utica 

Framington 

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Neumann 

SUNY-Geneseo 

Curry 

Nichols 

Hoharl 

Plymouth State 

Fitchburg State 

I I in 1 1 .i 
SUNY-Brockport 

Salve Regina 

Johnson & Wales 

Neumann 

Utica 

Assumption 

SUNY-Courtland 

Southern NH 

Went worth 

Suffolk 

Worcester 

Stonehill 

West. New I ngland 

Plymouth State 

Salve Regina 

Wentworlh 



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It's All About the Endurance 



The men's and women's 
teams finished the season with 
records of 5-6 and 4-8. They 
were led by senior co-captains 
Ron Garcia a nf Lindsey 
DeSio. Many :ecords were 
broken, incluphg the women's 
200 and 4&S iieestyle relay. 
Shanalyn S. . i.^art also broke 
the record f<^ die 50 and 100 
freestyle. T'.: leadership of 
seniors Ron Garcia, Luke 
Mason, Jay KSStaker, Ben 
Eberts, ErirfS&allenberger, 
April Gunsaiii.% Karen 
Hendricks, Sffl Rill, Marissa 
Shaw, Elizabeth Jones, Lindsey 
DeSio, and Lindsay Weymouth 
will be missed next season as 
the team once again tries for a 
MAG Championship. 




Above: Sophomore Brooks Alger 
competes in the breaststroke. 

Right: Shanalyn Sweigart, Lauren 
Procopio, and other swimmers 
participate in a massage train 
before a meet. 



54 




Seniors in Picture: Lindsey DeSio, Ronald Garcia, April Gunsallus, Karen 
Hendricks, Elizabeth Jones, Luke Mason, Samantha Rill, Marissa Shaw, Erin 
Shollenberger, Lindsay Weymouth, and Jay Whitaker. 




Below: Senior Ben Eberts 
plays the national anthem 
on the electric guitar. 




Women O pponent Men 




Above: Alicia Glessner, 
Lauren Procopio, and Julie 
Falkner lead the team in 
"The Flying Dutchmen" 
cheer. 

Above right: Jamie Kendall 
and Celica Bicocchi take a 
breather from the day's 
events. 

Left: Sophomore Taylor 
Reinhard dives off the block 
during a relay. 



74-126 
12-83 
19-76 
18-77 
70-25 
89-107 
88-106 
110-94 
77-120 
62-139 
120-81 
106-97 



Susquehanna 
Juniata 
Drew- 
Albright 

FDU- 

Madison 

Scranton 

Elizabethtown 

King's 

Lycoming 

Widener 

Arcadia 

Misericordia 



71-105 
N/A 
43-148 
10-76 
60-15 
65-122 
107-91 
114-11 
55-112 
73-112 
98-67 
114-88 



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Stronger.. .Swifter... Faster 



1 his year's track and field 
teams had a g -eat saeson 
and endedTfar. the MAC 
Championefe^j by earning 
ten medals. Those who 
medaled aSEe meet include 
Eileen Gol jjjaj ',Jom Kuhn, 
Amy Wagner, Crystal 
Gibson, Ben viellish, Mitch 
Gibson, Josh Martin, Pat 
O' Brian, Chanel Payne, and 
Jamie Greenfield. Under 
the direction of Head Coach 
Kent Reed the teams look to 
compete ''singer... swifter., 
faster" next pisar as they 
prepare fdpfeiother season 
and run attks^MAC 
Championship. 




Seniors in Picture: Mitch Gibson, Eileen Golias, and Jason Suda 
Juniors in Picture: Jason Brandle, Sean Carney, Tom Kuhn, Josh Martin, 
Meredith Roberts, and Crystal Wyman. 




Right: Junior Tom Kuhn 
shows the crowd how a 
real man throws the 
javelin. 



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Left: Leah breaks through Below: Freshman Jordan 
the pack en route to Newell concentrates on his 

victory. hurdle form. 



















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Above: Eileen Golias bounds 
towards the pit in the triple jump! 

Left: Thrower Jason Brandle 
shows the competition just how 
strong he is. 



MAC 

Outdoors 



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The Net Defenders 



The Men's Tennis Team 
had an impressive season, 
accumulating ;i Record of 18- 
4. This recow allowed diem 
to enter into the MAC 
Championship The team 
made it to the Championship 
game of the p av'offs, falling 
to Drew University 4-0. 
However, Coach Myers was 
named the Commonwealth 
Conference Sfeith of the 
Year and Chris Heilman and 
Mic Bender wre selected to 
the All-Star T-am. 44ie 
team says go^d-oye to 
seniors Michael 4.iello and 
Ben EastlackAs=they prepare 
for another great season. 




Above: Michael Aiello, a senior 
two time letter winner, nails an 
incoming serve with his backhand. 

Right: Freshman Zach Cook 
concentrates on his swing. He is 
an up and comer, bringing fresh 
talent to the team. 



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Front: Ryan Arnold, Brock Hover, Andrew Piatt, Zach Jarret, and Zach 
Cook. Back: Michael Bender, Chris Heilman, Coach Myers, Christopher 
Keeney, and Michael Aiello. 




Below: Christopher 
Hielman, a junior 
letterman prepares to 
serve. 




Left: What kind of a call 
was that? Come on ref get 
some glasses. Junior Brock 
Hoover is a two time letter 
winner who knows his 
stuff. 



6 


Widener 


1 


5 


Wilkes 


1 


6 


York 


1 


7 
4 


Susquehanna 
Elizabethtown 



3 


3 
3 


Muhlenberg 
Dickinson 


4 
4 


7 


Scranton 


(» 


6 
6 


Gettysburg 
Juniata 


1 
1 


4 


Moravian 


3 


4 
5 


Albright 
Messiah 


1 
2 


7 


East Stroudsburg 





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MAC Semi-Final 





7 


MAC Semi-Final 
MAC 








Championship 


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The Outlaws 



J. he Men's Baseball Team 
had an incredible season for 
the 2002 capaign. The 
team was the first in LVC 
history to win ihe 
Commonwealth Conference 
Baseball Chamoionship. 
The team revived a bid for 
the NCAA P! ision 3 
playoffs loci£?. o I in North 
Carolina, however, they did 
not advance nirther into the 
playoffs. S \ players, 
including Twf5 Rink, Dallas 
Noll, Brian zici!ers, Steve 
Anspach, Clin: Hotchkiss, 
and Joe Zietkc, were named 
to the All- Star Team. 
Congratulations to the team 
on a terrific season! 










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Seniors in Picture: Steve Anspach, Jeff Intoccia, Mike Martin, Lincoln 
Matlock, Doug Widener, and Brian Zellers 




Above: Sophomore letter 
winner Jeff Grieger 
prepares to bat. 



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Right: The team 
celebrates a victory after 
one of their first games of 
the season. 




Left: Three time letter 
winner, Steve Anspach 
prepares for a pitch. He 
is a senior and captain of 
the team. 



Below: Senior short-stop 
Mike Martin takes his role 
as captain of the team 
quite seriously. 








Above: A runner rounds 
second base on his way home. 
The Dutchmen had an 
incredible season this year. 

Left: Junior, captain, two 
time letter winner Tim Rink 
makes a perfect catch. 



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Opponent 


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F& M 


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7 


Elizabthtown 


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9,8 


Elizabethtown 


8, 5 


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Loch Haven 


4 


3 


Albright 


6 


10 

9. 17 

4 


Susquehanna 
Susquehanna 
Pin-Bradford 


II 

8,4 

3 


11.4 


Penn St-Altoona 


0,3 


4.9 


Albright 


3,8 


6 


Rowan 


3 


9 


Moravian 


13 


7,6 


Moravian 


6.0 


7 


York 


8 


2 


DeSales 


5 


5 


Widener 


2 


3,6 


Widener 


4,4 


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Del. Vallev 


5 


1 


Juniata 


5 


7.8 


Juniata 


0, 1 


4 
2 


Muhlenberg 
Messiah 


6 

9 


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Mcsssiah 


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Messiah 


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Batter-up 



1 he Women's Softball 
Team played a hard-fought 
season, compiling a record 
of 17-19 under die direction 
of Head Coach Stacey 
Hollinsfer. Sam Rill and 
Krissy Wardrs j were named 
to the Commonwealth 
Conference lies -Team All- 
Star Team f ~>i their effort 
and hard-work . The team 
says farewells seniors 
Kendra Atkmso 1, Sam Rill, 
Krissy Wardrop, and Jamie 
Bailey. Nex; .ear, the team 
will regroup and once again 
battle in the conference for 
victory. 



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Seniors in Picture: Kendra Atkinson, Jamie Bailey, Sam Rill, and Krissy 

Wardrop 

Juniors in Picture: Amanda Potteiger and Amanda Stevenson 




Above: Casey McCool looks on as Amanda Stevenson 
makes a perfect throw to home plate. 

Right: Senior captain Sam Rill is warming up to pitch a no 
hitter. 



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Below: Ilyse Resnick 
hopes she made it to 3rd 
base in time. 





Home Opponent Away 



Randolph Macon 1 

Randolph Macon 5 

Averett 2 

Methodist 3 

Ferrum 

Eastern Menonite 1 

F& M 1 

Kean lj 2 

Lycoming ', 1 

Pitt-Braford 5 

Dickinson 4, 3 

Elizabethtown 2, 9 

Ursinus !• 6 

Messiah 5, 3 

DeSales 4, 4 

Susquehanna 14, 5 

Wilkes 2, 5 

Moravian 7, 9 

Juniata 6, 7 

Albright 2, 4 

Widener 0, 2 

King's 3,5 



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That's a Hole in One 



1 his year the Golf Team 
had a good season and 
finished in fourth place in 
the MAC Championship 
Golf Invitational under the 
leadership of Coach Lou 
Sorrentino. The team 
voted Freshman, Ryan 
Ogurcak their Most 
Valuable player. Also, 
Seniors David Locher and 
Nathan Himes said 
farewell to their 
teammates and wished the 
team luck as they tee-off 
next year in pursuit of a 
MAC Championship. 




Seniors in Picture: Nathan Himes and David Locher 

Juniors in Picture: Mike Bowen-Ashwin, Brent Hoffman, and Ben Kwon 




Above: Senior Dave 
Locher looks towards the 
hole before driving the 
ball. 



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Right: Ryan knows that 
concentration os key to the 
game. 




Below: J.D. Byers makes 
Left: Nate Himes lines up sure he follows through 
his shot to get the birdie. everytime. 




Above: Ryan walks towards his next 
shot and thinks, "I need to get my own 
cart" 



Invitational 


Place 




York College 


5th 


King's College 


3rd 


Moravian Spring 


5th 


LVC 


13th 


ETown 


9th 


Susquehanna 


4th 


Ursinus - Alvernia 


1st 


Alvernia 


4th 


Moravian - Albright 


1st 


Glenmaura 


4th 


Delaware Vallev 


4th 


MAC Championship 


4th 




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Activities Fair 



1 his year's Activity Fair had 
a large turnout of students and 
organizations. This is an 
opportunity for students to 
learn about the organizations 
on campus. The afternoon 
was filled with food, music, 
and fun as students became 
aware of the activities offered 
and signed up to join the 
various organizations present. 

Right: Stacey Reinhart, 
Christel Ludwig, and Kevin 
Ream happily represent the 
accounting club. 

Below: Karen Cunningham 
and Jen D'Emilio try to recruit 
new members for Clio. 




Right: Walter Smith and Khris Khoelsch 
attract prospective members to the SPSEA. 



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Far Left: Liz Jones 
searches for new 
talent to enhance the 
yearbook staff. 

Left: TheTKE 
brothers socialize on 
the quad. 

Below: CEC members 
look to recruit mew 
students interested in 
working with 
exceptional children. 




Clockwise: Far Left: 
Jimmy Ramirez receives 
an impromptu music 
lesson while he learns 
about new clubs on 
campus. 

Top: APO, a co-ed 
service fraternity, 
combines service with 
social events. 

Left: Sara, Stacey, and 
Lexi talk with students 
about the benefits of 
joining Gamma Sig. 

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Talent Show 



1 he annual LEAD talent 
show was again a success. 
There was a variety of 
diverse talents, including 
music, poetry, and 
demonstrations, displayed 
by the students and groups 
that participated. The 
audience was well 
entertained during this 
night showcasing the raw 
talent on our campus. 

Right: The Tae Kwon Do Club 
prepares to demonstrate their 
moves to the audience. 

Below: She is definitely destine 
to be a diva one day. 



Right: Amanda Noto, Jason Roberts, and 
Rachel Frost show the crowd their musical 
talents. 

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Clockwise: Far Left: 
These guys dazzle and 
nspire their onlookers. 

Left: Tyrone 
enlightens the crowd 
with a poem. 

Below: All of the acts 
come together for the 
awards. 





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Clockwise: Far Left: Our 
MC keeps the audience 
laughing between acts. 
He had a tough job for 
the night. 

Left: Voices of Spirit 
brings the crowd to their 
feet in ovation. Their 
soulful renderings awe all 
who hear them. 

Below: Self-defense Tae 
Kwon Doe style. Two 
experienced practitioners 
spar off for the audience. 

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he Fall theatrical 
performance was of the 
play Harvey. The actors 
and actresses marveled the 
audience once again with 
their excellent 
performance of this play 
concerning an invisible 
rabbit. Harvey was 
produced entirely by a 
student staff. Best wishes 
to the cast and crew in 
their future performances- 
"break a letr!" 

Right: The cast scrambles for 
their places before the first act. 

Below: Where's Harvey? 




Clockwise: Top Right: 
The cast takes a bow. 

Far Right: Scott Payonck 
dazzles the sold out crowd 
with his talent. 

Bottom Right: Look at the 
dancing queen. 

Right: Liz portrays her 
character with style and 
grace. 




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Wellness Week 




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ellness Week is an 
annual campus wide event. 
The goal of the week is to 
promote a better 
understanding of health 
and wellness. There are a 
variety of activities offered 
to students, faculty, and 
staff including a wellness 
fair, speakers, 
demonstrations, various 
aerobics classes and many 
other activities promoting 
health and wellness. 

Left: All the students involved 
in Wellness Week put the 
finishing touches on their 
projects. 

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Top: These environmentally sound girls take 
a time-out to smile for the camera. 

Left: Lori Counterman-what are you doing 
with those handcuffs? 



Left: Dr. Dodson is trying 
to pick up some interesting 
information for her sons. 

Above: Ha ha ha, can you 
believe that one? 



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Homecoming 



l~lomecoming Weekenc 
2001 was filled with action. 
Student Government 
planned an exciting 
weekend packed with many 
activities for the students. 
From the pep-rally on 
Friday to the big game on 
Saturday the campus was 
filled with spirit and LVC 
pride. 



Right: Ron Garcia and Kendra 
Atkinson enjoy the moment as 
they are announced to the 
crowd as the 2001 Homecoming 
King and Queen. 




Above: Dallas fires one down the field 
during the Homecoming game. 

Right: Kendra is crowned by Anna, the 
reigning homecoming queen 

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Karen, members of 
the homecoming 
court, smile for the 
camera. 

Left: Greg and 
Robyn anticipate 
who the winners will 
be! 

Below: There is a lot 
of activity going on- 
even off the field! 



Top: The Homecoming 
Court awaits the 
announcement of this year's 
king and queen. 

Above: Ron smiles as he is 
crowned King! 

Left: Shaun Berwager and 
Anna Malocu, last year's 
king and queen, stand before 
the crowd one last time. 



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Marching Band 






1 lie Lebanon Valley College 
Marching Band once again had a 
spectacular season. They dazzled the 
crowd each time in their many 
performances, from the memorable 
half-time shows to the various 
competitions they participated in. 
This year the band said farewell to 
the many senior members, but are 
determined to continue their 
excellence for many outstanding 
performances next season. 



Right: The color guard performs their 
exciting routine for the crowd. 

Below: The tuba players await their cue to 
perform. 




Right: And yet another perfect formation 
by the marching band. 



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Far Left: This 
baritone sax player 
gives it his all during 
the half-time show. 

Left: The percussion 
section sets the 
tempo. 

Below: The band 
once again dazzles 
the crowd with an 
amazing 
performance. 




Christmas At The Valley 



iach year Christmas at 
the Valley is an 
important event. It 
brings together the 
various musical groups of 
the college to perform for 
the campus and 
community. The annual 
event also includes other 
activities such as the live 
manger scene and the 
decorating of the campus 
for the holiday season. 

Left: The live manger scene is 
a part of this annual event. 




Above: The choir performs for the audience. 

Right: President Pollick reads a lesson at the beginning 
of the concert. 



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Left: Each year a Christmas Tree is displayed in the lobby 
of Miller Chapel during the Christmas at Valley 
celebration. I wonder who is going to get all those 
presents? 




Left: Dean MacDonald reads 
a lesson in between one of 
the choir numbers. 



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Relay For Life 



1 he first annual Relay 
for Life was held in 
Arnold Sports Center 
March 15th and 16th. 
There was a large 
turnout, with over 25 
teams raising more than 
$18,000 for the American 
Cancer Society. The 
teams walked for the full 
24-hour period and 
participated in the various 
other activities that were 
offered by the Student 
Activities Committee. 

Left: Locrian, a student band, 
pumps up the walkers during the 
first night of the 24 hour event. 






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Above: President Pollick greets the walkers 
during the opening ceremony. 

Right: Lori, Alicia, and Ang take a break 
from walking to pose for the camera. 



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Far Left: Sara stands 
by her luminary 
during the ceremony. 

Left: The walkers 
relax while waiting for 
their next turn. Some 
even stayed overnight! 








Far Top Left: These 
walkers show determination, 
even at 3 in the morning. 

Top: These participants take 
a moment of silence during 
the luminary ceremony. 

Above: Rick, once again, 
has another announcement. 

Left: They just keep going 
and going and going... 

Far Bottom Left: Carol 
Donley and her mother pose 
for a picture. 



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LVC Live 



*VC Live is an annual 
event for those students 
planning to attend the 
college in the Fall. The 
event hosts the various 
student organizations and 
allows the incoming class 
of students to learn about 
what the college has to 
offer besides academics. 

Right Lexi, Ang, Alicia, and 
Carol try to bring in new 
women for their sorority. 
Gamma Sigma Sigma. 

Below: It's 8:30 A.M. on a 
Sturday...we definitely need 
this coffee 




Far Left: Carol Donley 
is excited that she can 
learn about the other 
organizations on 
campus. 

Left: Safe shows the 
newcomers how to be 
environmentally sound. 

Below: WLVC searches 
for a new voice. 




Top Left- An 
incoming student 
checks out Wig 
and Buckle. 

Far Bottom Left: 
Members of the 
Council For 
Exceptional 
Children looks for 
future education 
majors. 

Bottom Left: The 
officers of the 
accounting club 
search for new 
members for the 
fall semester. 



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Dutchmen Day 



1 he first ever Dutchmen 
Day was held at LVC on 
Wednesday, April 17. 
The students and faculty 
were treated to a day free 
of classes. Hallmark 
provided picnic style fare 
for all three meals. There 
was music, activities, and 
general festivities all over 
campus. The student 
body hopes that it will 
herome an annual event. 

Right; Students enter the 
College center on the first ever 
Dutchmen day. Diana Gephart 
just can't believe that she has all 
day off. 



Above: A local masseuse provides free 
massages during the afternoon in Faust. 

Right: Student government reps, take a 
moment to regroup before their next duty 

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Far Left: Many 
students enjoyed 
having the day to 
share with friends 
and loved ones. 

Left: You have to 
get in that to go 
bowling?!?! 




Clockwise: Far Left: An 
adventurous student tests 
his rock climbing skills on 
the inflatable wall. 

Above: Members of Phi 
Sig relax while listening to 
the music provided on the 
academic quad. 

Left: Rick Beard and his 
son take some time to 
enjoy the min-golf course 
setup on campus. 



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Spring Arts 



spring Arts is an annual 
event featuring a variety 
activities for the campus 
and community to 
participate in. From the 
various vendors, art 
exhibits, and musical 
performances, Spring Arts 
offers a wide variety of 
entertainment for 
everyone. The entire 
weekend is planned by the 
Spring Arts Committee. 



Right: Pat, Abby, and Chris 
relax on the quad. 



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Far Left Jay and 
Castro cook up some 
Phi-Lo Cheese steaks. 

Left: Jousting comes 
back to campus once 
again. 

Below: APO 
happily sells their 




Children's Day 



J-jach year students 
majoring in education 
volunteer to participate in 
Children's Day. Students 
from the Annville-Cleona 
School District participate 
in this event. Games, arts 
and crafts, music, and 
many more fun activities 
are hosted by the 
education majors for these 
children to participate in. 



Right: Khris and John explain 
to these kids about their 
activity. 



Above: These kids can't wait for the next 
activity. 

Right: Maggie is having a terrific time 
with her kids. 



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Far Left: Sand art is 
really fun. 

Left: Danielle reads 
a story to her kids. 

Below: The kids 
gather for an exciting 
activity. 




Above Left: Look at some 
of our fine future teachers 
in action. 

Above: Wow! Look at 
that! 

Left: This campus just 
keeps getting younger and 
younger each year! 



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Greek Week 



Greek week this year was a 

huge success. Despite 

weather that was somewhat 

uncooperative the Greek 

organizations on campus 

came together to have an 

enjoyable end of semester 

festival. Activities 

throughout the week 

included the annual "He's 

all that" show and an egg 

drop competition. Other 

highlights included the toga 

contest and the crowning of 

the Greek gods and 

goddesses. All of the 

organizations that 

participated had a wonderful 

time. The rest of the 

campus enjoyed seeing their 

friends and classmates have 

to much fun. Greek Council 

sponsored the event and 

hopes to continue its success 

in years to come. An annual 

LVC tradition to reflect on. 







Above: Sorority girls look on as some of the events of Greek week take 
place. Right: A courageous member of one of LVf s prestigious fraternities 
struts his stuff for "He's All That". 

Below: Hula Hoop is definitely an acquired skill. But at least they got into 
the spirit of the week! 








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the girls strut 
their limbo stuff 
in this annual 
competition. 
How low can 
you go? 
Right: It's the 
guys' turn to eat 
dirt, I mean 
pie. Everybody 
stand pack, the 
whipped cream 
will be flying 
now. 



Clockwise: 

Above far left: Look out below! Incoming 

egg at twelve o'clock. 

Above: Check out the new fashions for the 

Greek line this season. Nicole is sporting 

the letters in the hottest new trend. 

Above Right: You don't stand a chance. 

Arm wrestling at it's finest. 

Above: On your mark, get set, pic! 

Above Left: The guys get into the act togas 

anyone? 

Left: Here comes that egg. Don't you 

wonder sometimes what ever made you 

sign up for this craziness? 




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Student Government 

The goal of the Student Government is 
to foster understanding, communication 
and cooperation among the students, 
faculty, and administration. It serves as 
the channel for all students' 
recommendations for establishing or 
changing policy and routes these 
recommendations to the appropriate 
administrative offices or faculty 
committees. They also approve the 
organization's constitutions and run the 
budget hearings. The officers include 
President - Greg Kutchma, V.P.- Stu 
Seiden, Treasurer - Amy Shoemaker, 
Secretary - Lauren Baptista, and Public 
Relations - Rachel Frost 

Class of 2002 
Officers 

The officers of the Class of 2002 were 
selected by the members of that class. 
Each year elections are held for class 
officers. For the last year at the Valley 
the Class of 2002 elected the following 
members of die class to serve as officers: 
President- Stu Seidell 
Vice President- Nicole Ondo 
Secretary- Janine Storti 
Treasurer- Amy Shoemaker 
This year die Class Officers organized 
many activities for die class including 

those dm iiu> Senior Week 




Front: J. Buer, S. Dietrich, M. Yousse, J. Storti, J. Faust, A.Johnson, and S. Fisher. 
2nd Row: C. Karpinen, A. Shoemaker, A. Reddy, A. Shotwell, L. Nickey, C. Gibbs, 
L. Gabler, and J. Cronin. 3rd Row: R. Pastorella, M. Stoner, M. Walsh, L. 
Baptista, K. Hendricks, H. Dodds, K. Ulrich, and M. Knoll. Back: S. Seiden, G. 
Kutchma, J. Roberts, and D. Warner. 




Pictured: Amy Shoemaker, Nicole Ondo, Stu Seiden, and Janine Storti. 



Class of 2004 
Officers 

1 he officers of die Class of 2004 were 
selected by die members of diat class. 
Each year elections are held for class 
officers. For their second year at die 
Valley the Class of 2004 elected the 
following members of the class to serve 
as officers Chris Karpinen, Caitlin 
Gibbs, Jamie Cronin, and Melissa Knoll. 
The Class Officers serve as liaisons for 
die class to the faculty, administration, 
and staff of die college. 




Pictured: Chris Karpinen, Caitlin Gates, Jamie Cronin, and Melissa Knoll. 



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Pictured: Rocco Pastorella, Heather Dodds. Lauren Nickey, and Jason Roberts. 



Class of 2005 
Officers 

The officers of the Class of 2005 were 
elected during die first few weeks of 
school, as they were die incoming class 
for this school year. Rocco Pastorella, 
Heather Dodds. Lauren Nickey, and 
Jason Robets were elected to serve as 
Class Officers for die first year that class 
was at the Valley. The officers serve as a 
connection between the students of die 
Class of 2005 and die faculty, 
administration, and staff of the college. 




?ront: J. Blasenak, D. Gallagher. M. Videtto. and N. Babilya. Middle: A. 
iersettes, C. Gallihugh. L. Fegan, N. Nicholson, A. Seagraves, A. Moser, D. 
iVarner. Back: D. Rau, T. Belloff, J. Brown. E. Mattson, and L. Smith. 



Alpha Phi Omega 

The Nu Delta Chapter of Alpha Phi 
Omega (APO), a national service 
fraternity, was very active this year here 
<u LYC. They helped to wash fire trucks 
at a local fire station, helped to build 
houses for the less fortunate in Florida 
with the Habitat For Humanity, and 
hosted a blood drive on campus. The 
officers include: President - Tim 
Belloff, V.P.- Dan Rau, Secretary - Lois 
Fegan, and Treasurer - Matt Rose. 




ront: V. Malluhas, K. Runk. K. Grauss, and M. Thieme. Middle: M. Wessner, L. 
:rauss, A. Panetta, S. Acker, J. Rovito, and M. Mill. Back: R. Shafer, L. Fabian, R. 
antner, M .Miller, S. Sweigert, A. Miller, K. Bright, and L. Lawhorne. 



Sigma Alpha Iota 

Sigma Alpha Iota is a national women's 
music fraternity. The Delta Alpha 
Chapter was established on campus in 
1 96 1 . They sponsor many musical 
events and concerts on campus and 
cos]X)iisor the spring musical each year. 
There are 25 members and die officers 
include President - Sarah-Kristo Acker. 
V.P.- Rachel Shafer & Amy VanOrden, 
Corresponding Secretory -Jennifer 
Palmero. recording Secretory - Kristo 
(lauss. Treasurer -Jennifer Rovito, 
Editor - Alisha Miller, Music Directors - 
Amanda Mill & Kinsey Deck, and 

N<Tcrr;ml at Arms - Nat;ilie Di/c 



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Voices of Spirit 

Voices of Spirit is a musical group that 
specializes is gospel music. The 
organization is a group of multicultural 
and interfaith musicians and vocalists 
who share a love for gospel music. This 
diverse group participates in many 
concerts and various music events both 
on campus and off campus including 
Christmas at the Valley, the L.E.A.D 
Talent Show, and Spring Arts. They 
also host a variety of events each year, 
including gospel concerts. 




Front: Lekesia Smith, Sarah Smith, and Cathy Crisostone. Back: Andrea DeWitt, 
Richard Weinholder. Sarah White. Jess Moyer, and Nicky Simms. 



Math Club 



1 he Math Club is a departmental club 
open to both math and non-math majors. 
It is both an academic and social club 
diat helps to further interaction between 
students taking math courses. They help 
tutor students in math, have guest 
speakers, have various field trips, and 
many social events. The advisor of the 
group is Dr. Ken Yarnell and the 
officers include: President- David 
Taylor, V.P.- Sarah White, Secretary - 
Jon Roth, and Treasurer - Huy Nguyen. 




Front: Melissa Ulrich, John High, and Jon Roth. Back: Robeert Fisette, Sarah 
White, Nick Hamlet, Dave Taylor, and Huy Nguyen. 



The Juggling Club 

1 he Juggling Club was founded on die 
campus to bring togedier those who have 
a passion for juggling and to help teach 
others how to juggle. The members 
show their talent and skills to die 
campus and surrounding areas for 
demonstrations and entertainment. The 
officers of die club include: President - 
Sarah Dorsey, V.P.- Rachel Luckenbill, 
and Secretary - Nick Hamlett. 




Front: Kate Bright, Kyle Ermen, Nick Hamlett, and Josh Sweigart. Back: Rachel 
Luckenbill and Sarah Dorsey. 



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ront: Mara Weissman, Veronica Laroche, Becca Grudizina, and Craig Layne. 
ack: Andrew Taylor, Timothy Bardis, Stu Kennedy, Timothy Flynn. Andrew 
iena, and Freddie Long. 




ront: Kate Hetter, Elissa Mattson. Christina Mathis, and Victoria Beers. 2nd 
ow: Amy Panetta. Margaret McKee. and Erin Brown. 3rd Row: Eileen Emery, 
athy Clendaniel, and Lauren Klabunde. Back: Maoriah Miller. 




ont: Giown McGlinchy, Jon Campbell. Jeff Steinbach. and Melanie Boyd. Back: 
;n Eberts, Justin Buer, Kristie Beth Ritter. and Mary Hoagland. 



WLVC 

WLVC is the college radio station- 95.3 
FM. WLVC is student run and operated 
playing music for the campus 
community. Student DJs determine the 
play list and the music varies from Top 
40 to Christian Music. Also, WLVC 
performs live broadcasts for campus 
basketball and football games. The 
officers of WLVC include: President - 
Andrew Taylor, P. R. Director- Becca 
Grudzina. Secretory - Timothv Flvnn, 
and Treasurer - Timothy Burdis. 
WLVC clearly is the voice of the Valley. 



Campus Girl Scouts 

1 he Campus Girl Scouts is Troop 
3303, an official Adult Girl Scout 
Troop registered with the Penn Laurel 
Girl Scout Council. They do many 
service projects and activities including 
helping local blanches of the Girl 
Scouts, organizing programs for 
younger Girl Scouts, camping, and 
assisting die Penn Laurel Council. The 
organization is open to all students, 
regardless of scouting experience. 



H.I.S 

H..I.S. stands for He Is Savior. This is 
a contemporary Christian Music Group. 
They perform both on campus and off 
campus. To be a member ol the group 
you must audition. Mary Hoagland is 
the President. Ben F.bc-rts is the Music 
Director, Jeff Steinbach is the Business 
Manager, and Melanie Bovd serves as 
the CCO representative. 



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Accounting Club 

The Accounting Club is affiliated with 
the National Association of Accountants 
(NAA) of Lancaster. The club is open 
to all majors and hosts a variety of 
activities. There are guest speakers, 
field trips, parties, and regular meetings. 
The officers of die accounting club 
include: President- Kevin Ream, V.P.- 
Stacy Reinhart, Secretary - Melissa Foss, 
and Treasurer - Christel Ludwig. The 
advisor for die Accounting Club is 
Professor Gail Sanderson. 




Front: Megan Minchoff, Melisa Foss, and Christel Ludwig. Hark: Mark DiNunno, 
Nicole Piatt, Stacy Reinhart, and Kevin Ream. 



Council of Christian 
Organizations 

1 he Council of Christian Organizations 
is the foundation of all of the other 
religious groups on campus. The 
officers and other members of die 
various other religious organizations on 
campus make up die member of the 
Council of Christian Organizations. 
The Council organizes the various 
religious activities on campus and the 
weekly worship services on campus. The 
officers include: President - June 
Camizzi, V.P.- Amy Meyer, Secretary - 
Jennifer North, and Treasurer - Matt 
Rrandt 




Front: Amanda Fortney, Jennifer North, and Caroline Hawthorne. Middle: 
Karalyn Stoner, Matt Brandt. Amy Meyer, and Jen Miller. Back: Darrel Lehman, 
Melanie Boyd. Nate Heim, and Jordan Miller. 



Alpha Psi Omega 

Alpha Psi Omega is a national honor 
society for students who have interest in 
dramatics. After attaining at least 50 
points, accumulated through working 
and performing in college theatrical 
performances and the completion of die 
audition process, student are added to 
the Rho Kta cast. Alpha Psi Omega 
promotes dramatics through various 
workshops and sponsoring various 
readings and short plays. The officers 
include: President- Tim Feeg, V.P.- 
Heather Culbertson, Business Manager - 
Andrew Taylor, Secretary - Sara Hodon, 
and Historian - Nicole Oder. 




Pictured: Sara Mintonye. Dan Kroninger. Timothy Andrew Feeg, Andrew Taylor, 
Emily Kalda, and Lindsey Forry. 



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Pictured: Trisha Fatula. Caitlin Gibbs. Allison Reddy. Kelly Ogurcak, and Amy 
Walter. 



Council For 
Exceptional Children 

1 he Council For Exceptional Children 
is comprised of education majors, but is 
open to students of all majors. Hie 
pur]x>se of the council is to advance die 
education of individuals with 
exceptionalities and to promote related 
educational, scientific, and charitable 
purposes. The officers include: 
President - Trisha Fatula, Y.P.- Ann 
Walter, Secretary - Caitlin Gibbs, and 
Public Relations - Kelly Ogurcak. The 
advisor for the group is Dr. Cheryl 
George. 




Front: Liana Voinier, Amy March. Andrea Howard, and Jennifer Peirson. Middle: 
Dustee-Lea Graeff, Katie deProphetis. Stacv Shirk, Lauren Shivers, and Sarah 
Walls. Back: Amy Fisher, Samantha Cunningham, Maria Perozzi, Amy Walter, 

and Virki Reers 



Best Buddies 

Best Buddies is an international 
organization to help form lifetime 
friendship with people who have mental 
retardation. There are a variety of 
activities performed both individually 
and with the group. Hie program is 
about being and having a friend. The 
program is open to students of all 
majors. The officers of the club 
include: President -Jennifer Peirson, 
Historian - Amy March. Treasurer - 
Andrea Howard, and Activities 
Coordinator - Maria Perozzi. 




Front: Ann Foose, Ron Stump. Adam Bentz. Dan Rau, and Tim Belloff. Back: 
Marissa Sassaman, David Warner Jr., Alan Roughgarden. Andrew Moser, and 
Christy Gallihugh. 



HyPE 



HvPF is the Historv, Political Science, 
and Economics Club. It is a club that is 
open to both majors and non-majors, 
l'he group sjx)iisors various activities 
each year including debates, field trips, 
and ]x>litical simulations. This year one 
ol I IvPE's main focuses was a voter 
registration drive-. The officers of the 
club include: President - Tim Belloff, 
V.P.- David Warner Jr.. Secretary - 
Marissa Sassaman, and Treasurer - 
Katie Ulrich. The advisor for the club 
is Dr. Norton. 



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Spanish Club 

The Spanish Club is club open to 
Spanish major, along with students of 
other majors. The Spanish Club hosts 
movies, speakers, and other activities for 
the campus and community. The 
officers of the club include: President & 
Treasurer- Lisa Kemble, V.P.- Kara 
Kinsey, Secretary - Doug Knepp. The 
advisor for the Spanish Club is 
Professor Pinto. 




Fronl: Amy Everett, Laura Filizzi, Linda Martz, and Jess Yoder. Back: Elissa 
Mattson, Kara Kinsey, Lisa Kemble, Dianna Gephart, Greg Evans, and Julian 
Munoz. 



Computer Club 

l he Computer Club is open to 
Computer Science majors or diose 
students who have an interest in 
computer science. It is both an academic 
and social club. The purpose ot the 
club is to inform students of die latest 
computer technology. The officers of 
the club include: President - Huy 
Nguyen, V.P.- Dave Taylor, Secretary - 
Jon Blasenak, and Treasurer - Sarah 
White. Dr. Ken Yarnell serves as the 
advisor for the club. 




Front: John High andjonathan Blasenak. Back: 
Huy Nguyen, Jon Roth, and Sarah White. 



Andrew Moser, Dave Taylor, 



Psi Chi 

Psi Chi is the Honor Society for those 
who have a major or minor in 
Psychology . Inductions are held each 
year for new members eligible for 
membership. The officers include: Co- 
Presidents - Meredith McGinley and K. 
Hilpeits, V.P.- Tara Neely, Secretary - 
Stacy Dove, and Treasurer - Kerri 
Hansell. The advisor for Psi Chi is Dr 
I.ouis Manza. 



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Front: Megan Newhauser, Eileen Emery, Janelle Niznik, Teresa Beshai, Jessica 
Anderson, and Jessica Stokes. Back: Amanda Bostdorf, Jamie Wike, Allison Kim, 
Meredith McGinley. Erin Brown, Christina Marco, Amber Sniechoski, Marisa 
Stoner, and Maria Perozzi. 




Project 



Front: Caroline Hawthorne, Travis Leap, Jen Miller, and Dianna Gephart. Middle: 
Anne Langshaw, Ruth Crebbs. Amanda Reed, Sara Smith, Karalyn Stoner, John 
Brent, and Kim McCann. Back: Laurena Huebner, Amy Meyer, Jennifer North, 
Matthew Brandt, and Jen Keller 




.Project is a nondenomi national group 
of students who plan activities that are 
fun and promote fellowship for all 
students on campus. The members 
perform community service regularly 
and there is a weekend retreat each year. 
Tlie officers of Project include: 
President -Caroline Hawthorne, V.P.- 
Jen Miller. Photographer - Karalyn 
Stoner, Publisher - Laurena Huebner, 
and CCO Representative - Amanda 
Fortney. The advisor of Project is 
Chaplain Woomer. 



Psychology Club 

1 he Psychology Club is composed of 
both majors and non-majors who have 
an interest in the field of psychology. 
The club hosts various guest speakers, 
picnics, and encourages student 
interaction. The officers include: 
President - Rebecca Pittman, V.P.- Kerri 
Hansell, Secretary - Jocelyn Korp, and 
Treasurer - Katie deProphetis. The 
advisor of the Psychology Club is Dr. 
Dodson. 



Front: Eileen Emery and Christina Barrera. Back: Erin Brown, Rebecca Pittman. 
and Katie deProphetis. 




Praise Him With 
Dance 

Praise Him With Dance is a Christian 
organization diat praises Cod through 
dance. The officers include: President - 
Megan Neuhauser. V.P.- Cathy 
Crisotomo, Secretary - Katie Potts, and 
Treasurer - Robyn Ahern. The Advisor 
for Praise Him With Dance is Chaplain 
Woomer. 



Pictured: Cassandra Barras, Larissa Fabian, Kirslen Robertson, Kathryn 
Guenther, and Megan Neuhauser. 



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Valley Volunteers 

The Valley Volunteers are a group of 
students who volunteers their time to 
show the future students of Lebanon 
Valley the campus. They give tours, 
answers questions, and show incoming 
and prospective students what the 
campus is like through the eyes of a 
current student. 




Front: Jennifer Stover, Andrea Howard, and Kate Hetter. Back: Hilary Hunter, 
Natalie Decker, Emily Heisler, Jennifer Hunter, and Jessica Rute. 



Audio Engineering 
Society 

1 he Audio Engineering Society is a 
club for those students who are 
interested in the field of audio 
engineering. This club is primarily for 
diose students majoring in music 
recording technology. Membership is 
open to all students and it is both and 
academic and social club. 




Pictured: Andrew Taylor, Sarah White, and Karl Stauss. 



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SAFE is the Student Action For 
Earth. It is an organization diat is 
designed to increase environmental 
awareness on campus and in die 
community. The group is active with 
recycling and cleaning up the 
environment. The officers for S.A.F.E. 
include: President- Ryan Kitko, V.P. - 
Justin Engle, Secretary - Laura Kenney, 
and Treasurer - Kori Spedding. The 
advisor for the group is Professor 
[Colbert. 




Front: Kori Spedding, Cheryl Maurer, Kristina Stokes, and Stacey Crane. Back: 
Justin Engle, Andrea Denvers, Craig Kazda, Cathy Clendaniel, Ryan Kitko, and 
Laura Kenney. 



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Front: Marcus Nauman. Greg Bair, Adam Bentz, and Dan Rail. Back: Pat 
Buenger. Chad Schrier, Ron Stump, and David Warner Jr. 



Republican Club 

1 he Republican Club is a political club 
for those students who are Republicans. 
They are a member of the Republican 
State Committee. They have participated 
in activities for tire Lebanon County 
branch of the Republican Party. They 
have also done many activities locally to 
promote their voting party. The officers 
include: President - David Warner Jr., 
V.P. - Dan Ran, Secretary - Pat Buenger, 
and Treasurer -Justin Buer. The 
advisor for die Republican Club is 
Robert Harnish. 




Front: Christina Marco, Jamie Wike, Kevin Shiner, and Ray Bishop. Back: Sarah 
O'Leary, Kevin Ream, Jeff Stephens, and Larry Arbor. 



Commuter Club 

I he Commuter Club is for commuting 
students to better the college experience 
for diese students. The goal is to 
integrate the commuting students into 
the daily campus activities. There are 
parties, trips, fundraisers, and 
community service projects offered to 
die members of the club. The officers 
of die Commuter Club include: 
President -Jeremy Lutz, V.P. - Jamie 
Wike, Secretary - Sarah O'Leary, and 
Treasurer - Kevin Ream. 




Front: Stephanie Chamberlain. Alison Udall. and Alicia Lesser. Back: Shawn Dick. 
Charlie Albright, Lori Everest, Andrew Taylor, and Sara Hoedown. 



Spring Arts 
Committee 

1 he Spring Arts Committee is 
responsible for arranging the annual 
Spring Arts Festival held at the end ol 
April each year. The students plan and 
publicize the event which includes 
vendors, children's activities, musical 
and theatrical performances, and food 
vendors over a three-dav |xriod. The 
offit crs of the Spring Arts Committee 
include: President: Sara Hodon, V.P.'s 
Natalie Di/.e and Lori Everisto, and 
Treasurer Charlie Albright. 1'hc 
advisor for die committee is Jen Evans. 



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Right; What are we going 
to do next? 

Far Right; Lori & Will 
pose for a quick picture 
on their way to class. 

Bottom: Doing homework 
is better when we can do it 
outside! 

Far Bottom Right: Look 
at those soccer skills 




Above: Kyle Andes shows us why we shouldn't mess with 
him while he's playing frisbee. 

Right: The girls take a break and relax on the steps of 
North C ollege. 



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Left: Even though its nice out, we still must study. 

Below: The students congregate on the academic quad for 
some fun in the sun. 




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Right: Study, Study, 
Study. 

Far Right: I wonder what 
they're looking at? 

Below: Class outside! 
That's great! 

Far Bottom Right: Let's 
go see what the guys are 
up to. 





Above: Ben and Jess relax and talk out on the quad 
Right: Look at that wind-up. 



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Right: Some of us enjoy reading, but not for classes! 
Below: Kick back, relax, and study in the grass! 








Top: There is always a 
game of frisbee going on 
when it's nice outside. 

Left: It's pretty hot in 
here- we need some air 
conditioning! 

Bottom Left: Who is 
Jimmy talking to? 



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Right: Sometimes it's 
good to just relax on the 
benches on campus. 

Far Right: I love cotton 
candy! 

Below: Study groups 
outside are always fun. 

Far Bottom Right: What a 
nice day to take a walk 
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Above: The duck wants to have some fun too! 
Right: Ron, buddy, what's up? 



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Left: Go long! 

Below: Marissa takes a break and smiles for the picture. 




Right: The best day of the 
year, well until spring 
arts. 

Far Right: It's too hot for 
this! 

Below: Remember the 
days just relaxing in the 
dorms. 

Far Bottom Right: Rock 
climbing is fun, especially 
when we can do it on 
campus! 




Above: Do we get to be in the yearbook? 
Top Right: It's time to relax in the shade! 

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Graduation 



On Saturday, May 1 1, 
2002 the 133rd 
Commencement took place 
on the football field with 
family, friends, and faculty 
comine together to honor 
the graduates on this 
momentous day. The 
graduates had a beautiful 
day as they received their 
diplomas and said their final 
farewell to good old 
Lebanon Valley College. 
Best wishes to the Class of 
2002! 



CONGRATULATIONS ORADS 




Above: President Pollick happily 
presents the diplomas. 

Top Right: Putting on the finishing 
touches. 

Far Right: Kim walks proudly in the 
processional. 

Bottom Right: There were many 
hugs given on this day! 



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Far Left: Abbey is happy that it is 
almost over! 

Top Left: The speakers look out 
into the crowd. 

Bottom left: Members of the board 
look on with joy. 

Below: Dr. Wolfe shares some 
words of wisdom with the Class of 
2002. 




Right: President Pollick opens the 
Baccalaureate Service. 

Below: It's such a great day to enjoy 
with the entire family! 




Above: Congratulations! 

Top Right: Kristen's smile says it all. 

Bottom Right: The faculty applauds 
the grads as they enter the chapel. 

Far Right: The priest gave the grads 
a blessing. 

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Far Left: Yet, more words of 
wisdom. 

Top Left: Brian tries to find his 
family. 

Bottom Left: It's time to go home. 

Below: Ed and his female friend 
smile for the camera. 





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Left: The Class of 2002 
lines up in Lynch. 



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Right: I wonder what Matt and 
Brian are scheming to do next? 

Below; Dr. Raffield screams for the 
graduates of the Class of 2002. 




Above: Michelle and her grandma 
pose for more pictures. 

Top Right: Her cap says it all. 

Below Right: The faculty line a path 
for the graduates. 

Far Right: Karen is so happy that 
s he can 't take that smile off her face. 

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Far Left: The faculty awaits the 
soon-to-be grads. 

Top Left Let's get out of here. 

Bottom Left: More diplomas are 
presented to the grads. 




Right: Katy and Michelle pose for 
the camera. 

Below: Just look at that crowd! 




Above: Here come the grads. 

Top Right: And the band plays on. 

Far Right: Hey! It's bright out here! 

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Far Left: This is a grand day. 

Top Left: The grads stand during 
the ceremony. 

Bottom Left: Emotions are high. 

Below: The reception afterwards 
was great. 




Senior Messages and Pictures 



Jcnahnenah, 

You did it chika-rio! We are so proud 
of you. We had doubts first about you 
moving away to school, second about you 
being an R.A. of an entire house (is LVC 
crazy?), and lastly about you going to the 
Netherlands for a semester. You proved 
us wrons all those times. You turned out 
to be a stronger woman then we ever 
would have imagined. Now we know that 
wherever you go and whatever you do, 
you will excel with pride and dignity, 
because you've proven yourself to us as a 
woman, student, daughter, sister, and 
auntie. We love you! M, D, K, K, and H 

Sarah, 



Shaun, 

May all your hopes and 
dreams come true. We are 
very proud of you and always 
remember, 
"Be The Puck." 
Love, 

Dad Mom, Corey, and 
Casey 

Pinz, 

Thank you! For all you've done, for all you have 

set out to accomplish and for all you love. 

Mom & Dad 





Congratulations on a job 
well done. You have 
accomplished many things 
in your four years at LVC. 
Continue to set goals and 
work to achieve them. 
Never lose your smile that 
brightens every room you 
enter. Treasure 
yesterday. Celebrate 
today. Look forward to 
tomorrow. We are proud 
of you; our love and 
support are always with 
you. 

Mom & Dad 



Nicki, 

In eighth grade you composed a letter that 
explained a wish to study and express your musical 
talents. We are so proud that you have been able to 
pursue this goal. 

As you graduate and begin your career, we wish 
you happiness and success, 

Love, 

Mom, dad, And Lauren 



Michael, 

Congratulations on a job well done. 
We are very proud of you, and wish 
you much success. 
Love, 

Mom, and Dad, Creg, Theresa, and 
Tom 

Dear Ryan, 

Your Family is so proud of you! 
Always know that you have our love 
and support forever. 

We Love you. 

Mom, Dad, Mike, and Nick 



Patrick, 

Congratulations on your 
graduation! We are so 
proud of all of your 
accomplishments along 
life's road thus far. 
May your future years 
be filled with happiness, 
success, and a love of 
God and life. 




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For Joanna- You are still my pride 
and Joy- Mom 



You have 
studied well. 
May God give 
you a wise and 
discerning 
heart. 
Love, 

Dad, Mom, 
Paul, and Mark 




Dear Andrew, 

You light up our lives! Your 
enthusiasm for life's adventures, your 
ove of laughter and fun, your versatile 
nusical talents, and your true sense of 
;aring for others will serve you well as 
ou touch your students' lives. May 
jod always hold you in the palm of His 
land and bless you in all your 
mdeavors as you travel life's journey. 
vVe are so very proud of you and all of 
'our accomplishments! Our love will be 
vith you wherever you go. 
^ove you, 

Mom and Dad 



ABBIE & NATE: You worked & played hard and YOU 

MADE IT!!! Congratulations! 

-Mom, Dad, Juliann, & Kendal Stoltzfus 

Karl, 

We are so proud of you! You have always stayed 
focused and worked hard your whole life to achieve 
your goals. As you graduate from college, we 
congratulate you on your past accomplishments and 
look forward to all of your future endeavors as you 
begin your career in the music recording industry. We 
will always back you in whatever you choose to do. We 
love you. Congratulations! Best wishes for a rewarding 
and successful career. 

Love, Mom and Dad. 



Natalie, 

You're everything 
ve ever hoped you 
vould be. Thanks for 
io many special 
noments. Commit to 
he Lord whatever you 
io and your plans will 
lucceed. Pr. 16:3. 
^ove, 
vlom, dad, and Lee 



Andrea Marie Howard 

Congratulations on a 
memorable four years at 
college. From studying abroad 
in New Zealand, to head RA 
of Vickroy Hall, you have 
done everything with your 
usual energetic and charismatic 
personality. We're proud of 
you and all your 
accomplishments. 
Love, 

Mom, Dad, and Chris 

J.R., 




Julie, 

We all are so proud You are the light of my life. I love you 

of how much you have and I am so proud of you. You have 
accomplished. Your worked so hard! Congratulations on your 

future can be everything graduation, 
you have dreamed of - Love, 
but never stop Mom 

dreaming. 
Love, 

Mom, Pat, Grandma, 
and Grandpa 




Schwinn-riding, lead-lamp 
wearing, chair-stealing, net 
swoshing, guitar-playing, 
face-making, class- 
skipping memories... the 
party has just begun! 
Gab & Steph 



Congratulations! Lisa Joy Kemble, we are 
very proud of you. Joshua I :9. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad and Brian 

Jessica, 

Congratulations! It's been a 
long haul, but worth it. We're so 
proud of you and all you've 
accomplished. We love you and 
wish only the best for you. 
Love, 

Mom & Randee 



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Amanda- 
Congratulations! You did id Your future students await. Your 
beautiful spirit and music will touch their lives forever. Go forth 
and teach! 

With all our love, 
Mom, Dad, and Emily 

To Nathan, 

You have reached another milestone... Graduation from College! What a tremendous 
accomplishment you have achieved. I am so incredibly proud of you and encourage you to 
continue working towards your Master's Degree. I know you can make it a reality. The 
potential to learn has always been in you and I want to see you acquire all the knowledge you 
need to be successful. I have faith in everything you do and know you will do it well. You are 
my shining star! 

I love you! 

Mom 

Dearest Jennifer, 

The hardest thing we have ever done as parents is watch you board that Lufthansa Jet and 
take off for Greece. We watched as that huge plane quickly became a small dot in the sky. You 
were off to Athens, Greece where there had been an earthquake the night before. Our 
stomachs sank to our feet as you disappeared into what seemed like nothingness. 

Bit now as we sneak into your journal and photos, we smile and are grateful you had such a 
wonderful opportunity. One you will carry with you all of you life. We especially liked this 
poem and chuckled after reading the last line. Although you were far away you were still our 
one and only Jen, still are, and always will be. 

Looking out I see the baby blue sky like the baby blue blanket that used to snuggle my baby 

brother. 

Come closer; see the white of the clouds that look fluffy enough to jump in. 

Even closer, blue again, not the sky but the water, not baby blue, but darker, hiding its 

mysteries and danger in its depths. 

Litochoro, small like a baby. 

Just once more, come in closer and see the mystery and 

sometimes danger that this small town hides because 

behind it lies Mt. Olympus. 

Mt. Olympus - home of the Gods - home of Refuge A - 

home of me for 3 days and 2 nights. 
Is the mystery of Mt. Olympus hiding somewhere while 

the Gods are sleeping? 
Mv answer is no, the only mystery of Mt. Olympus I see 

is how to climb up the freaking mountain. 
Congratulations on a job well done! There will be many more mountains to climb but you 
know where your help comes from and who holds the plan for your future. Enjoy the journey, 
we will be watching and cheering you on! 
We love you very much, 
Dad, Mom, Staci, and Daniel 




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Cheryl, 

I am very proud of you this day. 
Congratulations on all of your successes- they 
have turned you into the woman you are 
today. Best of luck for continued success! 



Love, 
Mom 



Remember the Playettes... 

Steph Ritter, Gabrielle Gock, Amy O'Connor, 

& Rachael Walker 



Jed, Congratulations for surpassing everything 
that anyone expected. Now the real work 
starts. Good luck at law school. 
Love: Mom, Dad, and Chris 

To Mom and Dad, 

Thanks for always pushing me to strive for the 
Dest, I wouldn't have made it without your 
support. 

Love, 

Andrea Ren'ee De Witt 






" You are the best 
thing that ever 
happened to me!" 
Congratulations on 
your graduation. I 

am so proud of you and all of your marvelous 
accomplishments. Love, Grandma 

To the entire Class of 2002, 

Best wishes to the graduates in all that you 
ma}' endeavor. Remember everything you 
learned in and out of the classroom here at 
LVC. 

The 2002 Quittapahilla Staff 



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Patrons 




O Nathan Eugene 
Himes 







Pamela M. 
Beezup 



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O Richard and 
Michelle Robbins 




O Daniel and Ruth 
McGinty and 
Family 



OHank and Jo Ann 
Martin 






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Kara Kinsey 



£*\ Larry E. Kemble 



The 2002 staff of the Quitapahilla would like to take the 
time to thank the aforementioned patrons. The generosity 
of these individuals has made it possible for the staff to 
create this year's edition of the yearbook. We would to 
extend a warm thank you to these patrons who have helped 
make it possible for this book to be published. 



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Colophon 



The "Reflections" edition of the (2002), Volume 87 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 150 copies. Photographs and 
photograph developing was provided by DaVor Photography of 
Bensalem, Pennsylvania. Additional photographs were taken by the 
2002 yearbook staff and the athletic teams group photographs were 
provided by Bill Johnson. 

The yearbook cover design was created by editor, Cheryl T. Beezup, 
Taylor Representative, Ed Patrick Jr., and the cover design staff at 
Taylor Publishing Company. 

The 2002 yearbook staff consisted of: 

Advisor: Kelly Alsedek 

Editor and Business Manager: Cheryl T. Beezup 

Photography Staff: Cheryl T. Beezup, Sarah Boal, Melissa Knoll, 

Carol Donley, Marissa Shaw, Liz Jones, and Theresa Wood. 

Copy and Layout Staff: Cheryl T. Beezup, Sarah Boal, Melissa 

Knoll, Carol Donley, Marissa Shaw, Elizabeth Jones, Jess Husko, and 

Adria Yannaccone. 

Additional Members: Sean Wehr and Crystal Wyman. 

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 
volunteer staff. 



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^Lebanon Valley College Alma Mater 



To Thee, dear Alma Mater 

This ringing song we raise, 

A song that's fraught with gladness, 

A song that's filled with praise, 

We cannot help but love Thee, 

Our hearts are full and free, 

Full we know the debt we owe, 

To dear old L.V.C. 

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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