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Crosses representing many nations are held
for special blessing at the Mass of the Holy
Spirit. The crosses, another change this
year, adorn the classroom walls.
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As soon as one stepped through the portal of Loy- ,K
ola Academy, one's senses were bombarded with the
feeling that this year would definitely be different. A
quick glance down the halls alerted one to the brilliant , y
new white paint and lowered ceiling in the corridors
with their combined effect of a sparkling brightness to 1
what had been rather dull hallways. Further inspection
of the Fort Laramie campus revealed even more dra-
matic changes than the new paint job. The entrance
to the Jesuit Residence had either been moved back or
the eyes were playing tricks. No, there were no tricks
being played, Mark Seeberg, new full-time Associate
Director of Development, had been given his own Of-
fice and Mrs. Ann Rutherford received her own office
where all development financial operations could be
computerized. The gym floor had been refinished and
polished to a fine gloss. Basement ramblings revealed
some major changes. Physics East had been converted
into a spanking new computer complex with facilities
for both faculty and students alike. The door and long
hall to Mr. Prince's classroom had disappeared over
the summer break as well. ln addition, the physics labs
and storage areas had been redrawn and redefined.
The classroom which had formerly housed Boys' Hope
had been converted into a spacious office for the
YEAR, Prep and Student Council. These weren't the
only changes though, more had changed than the
complexion of the Academy.
That more was something intangible but certainly
change had begun the previous spring. 'i"
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next year and they were ready to meet t
Moreover, they knew that a change would be neede
a change for the better, a change in attitude, and a
change in spiritedness.
Sparked by a new sense of school spirit and a deep
rooted sense of commitment, l5O members of the
senior class welcomed the class of '88 in the newly
vamped fres man orientation program. Masterminde
by Terry 'Mr. J.' Johnson and Mr. Joe Taylor, man
hours of preparation and training went into this p
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and expectations. The day of orie
its goal of promoting class enthusiasm and part:
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you play, you win" ignited a flame of freshman unity
that day, a flame hat continued to grow throughout
the year. The message of the day can best be summ
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