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Page 52 text:
Looking lhTo The PasT And FuTure
"We The people, in order To
form a more perfecT union. .
These words may sound like a
lefTover from Civics Class, buT
They applied To The Senior
Class of 4984. The "unicorn"
class developed a sense of
spiriT ThaT allowed individual-
ism, and aT The same Time, uni-
Ty in working Towards a com-
mon goal. However, The road
leading Toward This goal,
graduaTion, was never easy.
Through The years, The seniors
wenT Through many school
changes: modular scheduling
gave way To a fixed one and
winTer and summer uniforms
were combined inTo a single
sTyle. Mary Villarruel commenT-
ed, "AlThough some changes
may have been unwanTed,
whaT we've been Through will
help us To adapT easily and
more efficienTly in jobs and
schooling in The fuTure
LeeAnn Sfeele and
lunchs eniors sfayed
Q Liz Garcia and Laura Twedell find if easier To "sTudy" senior porTraiTs Than books AfTer Taking Their
porTraiTs Twice, seniors finally received The finished producf.
Page 51 text:
ONE SINGULAR SENSATICDN CNE SINGUL
AlThough each of The four classes was unique
and disTinguishable from The oTher, They each
were elemenTs of a uniTed sTudenT body. As
each class sTrove To organize special acTiviTies
such as The Senior STyle Show, Junior Ring Cere-
mony, Cherry Blossom and Freshmen lnducTion,
They were able To uniTe as a class. Through The
leadership of The class officers and moderaTors,
sTudenTs demonsTraTed cooperaTion and ener-
lvlore imporTanT Than The four classes were The
individuals in Them. The bubbling Talker, The auieT
observer, The unquiTTing organizer and The inTel-
lecTuaI achiever added To The diversiTy of The
sTudenT body, WiThouT The uniqueness of each
individual, Alverno would noT have been so di-
verse and so exciTingg
.Mary O'Donnell and
Karla Kurzweil spread Their
exciTemenT abouT The
Sadie Hawkins To The sTu-
denT body as They sing
"l'm JusT a Girl Who Can'T
Say No." The sTudenT's re-
sponse To Their song was
qDuring The Freshmen ln-
ducTion, sTudenTs express
Their desire To Throw The
freshmen "in The pond."
One freshman commenT-
ed, "The signs didn'T
scare me: I Thought iT was
kind of funny,"
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' Q The Class of '81 gathers as
winners of The class cornpeii-
Tion of fhe yearbook patron
drive. A goal of S1000 was
sei for each class and The
seniors brought in over
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