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

 - Class of 1983

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Seniors The Officers It came. The last year of undergraduate study. By that time, it was not likely that a substantial chunk of the original men and women who came to this campus in 1979 were still here. Transfers, dropouts, early grads and late grads left holes in another class that was looking forward to graduation. The use of the term "class" might be misleading. Seniors are always scattered in every direction when that final spring rolls around. After the second year, living off campus and immersion in a rnaior are two reasons classes begin to drift apart. Refocusing of attention to the outside world tended to destroy the unity attributable to any class. Senior senator Mark Edge, Greek major from Winnsboro, said his class had beaten the stereotype fairly well. He said his class remained fairly close. "Nothing to change the world," he said, but he pointed to the "Senior Citizen Follies" and the 85 people who sang with the class during Sing Song as examples of the seniors' loyalty. "We were close, but sometimes we were diversified," said Mark. "It was natural for the seniors to split up, but to still have a lot of roots." "The fact is, you're going to split. Everybody in our class found their niche. That's fine," he said. "We got to a point where we didnt have to have a whole community of kids to tell us what to do. It was all a part of growing up." Finally, Mark emphasized the need for spiritual consisten- cy. "It's not important to build a mountain top . . . if you're consistent you can handle finding your place and not split- ting the class." - Amy Hatfield FRONT ROW: jim McKissick, jamie DeBoise, SECOND ROW: Glenn Beasley, Paul Hancock. BACK ROW: Larry Nelson, Mark Edge, Kern Lewis. Ables, Tori Adams,joe Adams, Rebecca Addison, Glenn Agee, Rhonda Allen, Vicki Armstrong, Faye Anderson, Bette Anderson, Gregory Andrews, Garnet Andrewsxloe David Anyasor, Benjamin Archer, Tim Arnold, Sharon Arnot,judy Ash, Carlton Baker, Brett Baker, Bruce Baker, Karol Baker, Michael Baker, Rebecca Balderson, Bobbie Baldwin, Bob Baldwinjohn Bales, William Balios, Mitzi Ballard, Mike Banks, Doyle Banta, Laura Barkley, Callie Barkman, Russell Barnett, Kathy 495- 102 X Seniors ,af fa 'mmm ii iintrivron Wi iiii Ni? JAN'

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