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

 - Class of 1983

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Time for involvement Homecoming is a great time for alumni to return to the Hill and get reacquainted with old friends. It's a good time for students to see some outstanding musical performances, to be irritated by the clanking of the bell, and to be excited by football and the selection of a new queen. But what peo- ple don't realize is that many hours of preparation and hard work have gone into Homecoming weekend. Student involvement is what Homecoming is really all about, said Homecoming co-chairman Lori Stobaugh, a senior from Overland Park, Kan. "We need artists and han- dymen and clubbers and non-clubbers. It takes a lot of dif- ferent talents to put it all together." Outdoor activities director Sally Gary said she thought Homecoming was a great time to get to know others and to involve a lot of people who ordinarily might not get involv- ed in a large group activity such as Sing Song. She said she depended on a lot of non-clubbers to do work because so many clubbers were busy with other projects. Co-chairman Larry Musick, a junior accounting major from Brownwood, said that Homecoming is a "people pro- duced" activity that brings student and alumni together. Not only did Homecoming bring students closer together, but it gave them a chance to work closely with the administration. "I got to know people from the administra- tion to the maintenance department," said Sally. The activity-filled weekend takes a lot of time, but Lori said it was all worthwhile to see the thoughts and ideas that came to life and to see the friendships that were produced as a result of Homecoming. The most unique part of Homecoming, said Lori, was the role that freshmen played and that Homecoming played for them. It started them off on the right foot. It gave them a chance to meet new people and establish friendships that will last throughout college, she said. The theme, "Let's Have an Old-Fashioned Homecoming," was especially appropriate for Homecoming, said Sally, because the main function of Homecoming is to bring peo- ple back together and to evoke memories of days past. More than 60 students worked on three committees to make Homecoming a smooth and entertaining weekend. jonathan Gibbs, a senior pubic relations major from Abilene was in charge ofthe special activities committee. Stephanie Shinn, a senior accounting major from San Antonio, directed the queen's activities. - Andrea Cannedy X., Bottom tett: Senior Tim Shea enjoys a bite to eat at the all-school barbecue. Bottom right: Senior Rachel 0'Rear demonstrates her roping akilla at a booth at the , Student Foundation carnival. Homecoming f 15

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