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The Biggest Class Ever?
192 Frosh? The biggest class ever? Say it isn’t so! Yes, it is. The class of ’86 had to turn down applicants. What an accomplishment. This class brought in the most from the Marathon.
The sad part was that seniors reported that sales were down. Can it be this class is smart (as freshmen go)? Only 27 pool passes were sold. This was a depressing follow-up to last year’s record sales. On the brighter side. 162 elevator passes were sold. Please Note: Administration sales to disabled upperclassmen were also included in this high total.
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Top left: Sr. Karen Warren: Top right. Mr. Paul Bruemmer; Bottom: Sr. Diane Scholtcn: Not Pic.: Sr Corinne Winter
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Can I Survive Over There?
Discovery enveloped the lives of the foreign students this past year.
Sophie Pestre responded, "American people arc different from European people. They both talk differently (English), they dress differently, and they think differently.
1 was a bit anxious to go to school because I didn't know anybody. But then, little by little, I started discovering the school's life. I think they arc teaching me English and how to live in the 'American Way.' I am teaching them what patience is. Sometimes they can't understand me so they have to be patient. I am more self-confident than I was because I have to face everyday’s difficulties.
Luis Cordova said. "Pm learning a lot about this country and of the people. After I finish here, I will return to Mexico and study in the university My experience here will help me study belter in
Mexico because the university teaches subjects in English. My experience here will also help me to find a better job because I read and speak English.
I have discovered that people are really different here. The young people have more freedom and are independent of their parents. Through different thoughts and different cultures I am learning a lot. In general the people are pretty nice here."
David Anger in France wrote: "It is hard adjusting to a new schedule. The school days and homework assignments are longer. Participating on the soccer team takes time, too.
This experience helps my friends and myself to discover different lifestyles and to discover ourselves. My stay in France will aid in my future plans with foreign relations, business, and economics."
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