Abilene Christian College - Prickly Pear Yearbook (Abilene, TX)

 - Class of 1982

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Whois Who raduating senior plan Denise Stephens, a home economics ma- jor from Abilene, said she enjoyed teaching, and would like to teach high school home ec at some point during her career. "But I would like to have the opportuni- ty to workin other related fields," she said. "I would enjoy working with extension programs that are funded through the state and are home ec related." Denise said she would like to be remembered at ACU for her service to the home ec department and to Sigma Tau Alpha, the home economics club. She was a member of the Texas Home Economics Association, the American Home Economics Association, W Club and Alpha Chi. "1 will remember and appreciate the relationships with the people, and all the close friends that I've made," she said. Dawn Stubitsch said, "Art reflects the world as it is, and to be an artist or craft- sman takes something from the mind. You can't rely on others." Dawn, a senior art major from Abilene, spent most of her time either in her studio or at home working on art projects. She said that art was her hobby as well as her career. But she did have one hobby that was not related to the field of art. She and her hus- band bred Himalayan long-hair cats. She said they had raised several grand cham- pions during the past four years. She said she would like to be remembered for producing the best art- work. And she said she would remember the people whom she worked with in the art department. "We're a pretty close bunch over there, and I enjoyed getting to know the people," she said. Gladine Stirman, an elementary educa- tion major from Abilene, returned to ACU in 1980 to complete her degree after a 31- year absence. She said, "I will remember the friendliness and acceptance of the students, and the help and support of the faculty and administration." And she said she would like to be This page: Denise Stephens, Dawn Stubitseh, Gladine Stirman. Opposite page: Sandy Sweeney, David Vanderpool, Robin Ward. 320 Who's Who ed working with ceramics and collecting Irish Beleek porcelain. Sandy Sweeney, an English major from Tullahoma, Tenn., said she would remember the opportunities to work with remembered "for my academic achievements after a 31-year absence, and as a person who was a friend to the students." Gladine's career goal was to teach elementary school, and her hobbies includ- the students and faculty. And she was involved in many areas of campus life and activities. For two con- secutive years her classmates elected her tc serve as a class senator. The student bodj also selected her as a 1981 Homecoming Queen nominee, and she was a member o Ko .lo Kai social club, the Student Foun dation and the Student Advisory Board. "I hope that students will remember mt as being a servant, and always trying tt serve the best way that I could," she said. Her hobbies included playing the piano playing tennis and reading. And she sais that although she had majored in English she planned Hto work in some aspect of tht public relations field."

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