Mount St Marys College - Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA)

 - Class of 1986

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THE REFLECTOR 4? t % ' p ktfp. Rewarding History Recorded Over 60 Years Founded by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet in 1925, Mount St. Mary ' s College has graduated 6,500 students in majors ranging from traditional liberal arts studies to individually designed programs. At the time of its founding, the college was housed temporar- ily at St. Mary ' s Academy, then located at Slauson and Crenshaw in Los Angeles. Two years later, in 1927, the Sisters purchased 36 acres from the Rodeo Land and Water Company at $4,500 per acre. The new site for the college stretched among the foothills of the Santa Monica mountains, 1100 feet above sea level, overlooking Los Angeles and 40 miles of Pacific Ocean. Twenty years later, an addi- tional purchase brought the Chalon campus to its pre- sent 56 acres. At the first commencement exercises, June 16, 1929, baccalaureate degrees were awarded to 10 students in the charter class. In 1962 the college expanded to its second campus on the Doheny Estate in central Los Angeles. The Doheny campus comple- ments the educational opportunities of the original Chalon campus in west Los Angeles by offering ca- reer-oriented Associate degree programs and graduate programs. 1 5- - $$ 1986 ' Reflector 7 Mount -n St. Ma ry ' s College 12001 Chalon Road Los Angeles California 90049 Published by Portrait Gallery Anaheim, California Volume 7 President Guided Excellent Staff President MSMC Sr. Magdalene Coughlin CSJ Exec. Director for Administration Dr. Barbara Becker Academic Dean Fr. Matthew S. Delaney As ' st. Dean for Academic Affairs Sr. Margaret A. Vondera CSJ Dean tor MSMC Student Development Dr. Cheryl Mabey As st. Dean tor Student Development Meriam Wilhelm Many Faculty Not Available For Photographs Curtis Beechan Chemistry Zona Chalifoux Nursing Dr. Mary Colavito Biology Kathleen Curtis Biology Phys. Ter. Sr. Teresita Espinosa Music Dr. Hope K. Fitz Philosophy Angelitos Garrett Biological Science Sr. Aline Marie Gerber Foreign Language Dr. Joanne Krakow Psychology Dr. Ronald Oard History Pol. Sci. Mary Poush Tedrow Nursing Graduation of 1937 Leaving the Bowl Faculty Unavailable For Photos Dr. MaryAnn Bonino Music professor Sr. Annette Bower Biological Science Dr. Ratherine Brueck English Dr. Hallie Bundy Phys. Science Math Catherine Casey Nursing Joan Cho Nursing Sr. Imelda D ' Agostino Education Dr. Irma D ' Antonio Nursing Dr. Helen Deese English Dr. James Delahanty History Pol. Science Dr. Matt Doran Music Sr. Michele T. Dumont Philosophy Sr. Joseph Adele Edwards English Mary Rae Fanta Nursing Lily Flores Nursing Sr. Mary Evelyn Flynn Education Dr. Eugene Frick Religious Studies Sharon Golub Nursing Dr. Candyce Goodfellow Psychology Doris Harris Education Mary Hicks Nursing Dr. Ruth Hoffman Sociology Dr. Cynthia Johnson Nursing Sr. Anne Kavanagh Phys. Science Math Karen Krejci Nursing Jean Kuriki Nursing Dr. Catherine Kwan Biological Science Dr. David Levine Education Dr. Jane Lingua Biological Science Barbara Loitz Biology Phys. Ther. Sr. Elizabeth Malone Business Eileen J. McArow Nursing Al Merschen Business Sr. Eloise T. Mescall Foreign Language Fr. Aloysius Michael Religious Studies James Murray Art Lyola Murray Nursing Mallur Nagaraja Business Dr. Alexis Navarro Religious Studies Fr. George O ' Brien English Sr. Maura Jean Parsons Music Sr. Carol Purzycki Nursing Dr. Donna Redman-Bentley Physical Therapy Sr. Callista Roy Nursing Dr. Lawrence Ryan Psychology Marsha Sato Nursing Norman Schwab Art Mary Sedgwick Library Jane Servonsky Nursing Dr. Eleanor Siebert Phys. Science Math Mimi Simson Sociology Gerontology Mary Sloper Nursing Dr. George Snow Biology Elizabeth Soccorso Nursing Dr. Daniel Stogryn Phys. Science Math Nancy Taylor Nursing Sharon Vairo Nursing Sr. Kieran Vaughan Education Rita Veatch Nursing Katherine Whitman Business Debora Wilson Nursing Mary M. Wilson Nursing Marie Zeuthen Biological Sciences I ■ ; K is is «« , 4a4» 5 5 5£ fm J « f0k KSR ' W ' Lt Sf ' J f% ' ■? Academic Exploration Encouraged Mount St. Mary ' s college is an academic community devoted to continuing exploration of our rela- tion to God, other persons, and na- ture. This exploration takes the form of programs designed to pro- vide experience in the principal modes of thought by which we reach understanding, and the strengths and limitations of these modes. The objectives are to assist the student to develop a disciplined and continuing curiosity, a recep- tivity to new ideas, and a base for evaluation of these ideas. Within the framework of these same major objectives, the college also offers programs in which the student en- gages in more intensive study ap- propriate to a specific career. In this the college ensures that it will not only directly serve the society that supports it, but will also enhance the student ' s awareness of an ever- changing context within which val- ues of the individual must operate. church dignitaries. Finished and ne ished library shown in other photos St. Joseph Hall received blessing by Cardinal Cantwell March 25, 1945 St. Joseph Busy Center Of Activities : . ■■: ..SB! ; f " .tes High on the Mount is the present-day appearance of the building St. Joseph was nearly done when the larger photo was taken. With a called St. Joseph of Mount St. Mary ' s. big cleanup to do to make it presentable. Fire Raveged Mt. St. Mary ' s In 1961 PHOTO No. 1: Smoldering embers is all that remained of a classroom at Mount St. Mary ' s College after a brush fire swept through the surrounding hills. Destroyed were 250 homes in the area. PHOTO No. 2: The fire heavily damaged Rossister as shown in the photography. The fire did its damage November 6, 1961. 10 Sister Rebecca organizes a clean-up detail of Loyola University undergraduates who pitched in to help restore order in the fire- damaged convent and other buildings hit by 1961 brush fire. Loyola undergraduates help girl students of Mt. St. Mary ' s clean up the debris in the fire-damaged buildings. Three structures were hard hit by the brush fire, but heroic work at the height of the blaze saved the remainder. 11 Women Top Concern Of The College Several factors emerge from the history and environment of the col- lege that create a distinctive com- munity. A true academic communi- ty becomes possible — the total college — not just the classroom, the academic major of the course — is a learning environment. Histori- cally, the college is a liberal arts institution with a special concern for the education of women; how- ever, men are admitted to under- graduate music and nursing, to graduate programs, and to summer sessions. It is a small college of about 1,000 students on the two campuses. The Chalon campus primarily offers baccalaureate programs in liberal arts and sciences, and relat- ed professional training. The Do- heny campus offers a variety of programs ranging from associate through graduate, in which the me- tropolitan setting is a significant factor in learning. The first building on campus Brady Hall finished in 1931. The three photos show the near-start, mid-completion, and the finished building. M yi- w rAr «« , BOH 12 Carondelet Resident Hall From Start To Finish Father O ' Reilly officiates at the ground breaking of Carondelet the soon-to-be resident hall as Mother Rosemary Lyons, Sister Rebec« Doan, and Sister St. Clair Coyne look on. Small photo shows con- struction in progress, while the large photo shows the completec building. 13 60th Anniversary Opens In September 1985 SEPT. 4 Opening, Chalon. Fine Arts Gal- lery. Alumnae Art Show. Recpe- tion for artists. Drawings paint- ings, and sculpture. SEPT. 12 Chalon Campus Center. " Wom- en as Symbol, Image and Artist, " Ideas Seminar, open free to pub- lic. OCT. 2 " Celebration: Then and Now, " all-college party, multi-media history of Mount St. Mary ' s College. NOV. 1 2 Chalon Little Theater: Victor Hugo Centenary Celebration with exhibits, lectures, and films. NOV. 3 Sunday St. Matthew Episcopal Church Pacific Palisades: Robert Clark " Art of Organ Concert " . NOV. 9 10 Chalon Little Theater: " Cele- brating Wisdom of Feminine Mystics, " Matthew Fox, O.P. Spiritual Life program. DEC. 13 14 Fascinating People: Transmis- sion of Faith, " Rev. John Shea with the Spiritual Program. JAN. 18 19 Chalon Little Theater: " Growth in Discernment, " Ernest Larkin, O. Carm. Spiritual Life Program JAN. 28 Chalon Little Theater: Delores Stevens, piano special faculty re- cital on a Tuesday evening for the pleasure of all. APR. 22 " Art, Imagination, and 4-D Hy- perspace, " 3-D snapshots of 4-D objects, Professor Thomas F. Banchoff, Brown Univ. APR. 26 Beverly Wilshire Hotel Alumnae Annual Fashion Show Lun- cheon. Dr. Matt Doran Faculty Recital Chalon Little Theater APR. 30 " Cindo de Mayo " celebration — Mexican menu and entertain- ment on the Doheny Patio. A good time had by all. MAY 2 3 Chalon Lecture Hall: " Madrigal Feast, " with dinner perfor- mance. The Mount Chorus, Frank Brownstead, Dir. MAY 4 Mary ' s Day, Chalon honors. Doheny, Pompeian Room Auc- tion Preview by the Develop- ment Office. MAY 9 Chalon, Mary Chapel: Annual Spring Choral Concert with Frank Brownstead conducting in a beautiful manner. MAY 10 " The Auction Gala, " conducted on a Saturday in the Sheraton Premiere Hotel in Universal City. MAY 24 Commencement activities: Lau- rel Day and Doheny honors; Baccalaureate, Mass, Chalon. Commencement, May 25. MAY 25 Biggest day of the year for the graduating seniors; Commence- ment at Chalon with friends and family to join in. 14 4fch ' Year Proved To Be Learning Experience OCT. 11 Chalon Little Theater: Anthony Lupica, guitar, Faculty Recital on a quiet Friday evening for true music lovers. OCT. 12 Doheny, Pompeian Room South Garden: 10th Annual Founders Ball sponsored by Re- gents Council. Twas a beautiful affair. OCT. 13 Chalon, Mary Chapel and Brady Dining Room: 1985 Founders Day featuring annual Outstand- ing Alumna award presentation. NOV. 12-16 Full-length plays, Chalon Little Theater: Actors from the Royal Shakespeare Company and the National Theatre group. NOV. 24 Chalon, Little Theater; Sister Nancy Fierro, CSJ, piano, Facul- ty Recital. Good music was truly appreciated by audience. DEC. 7 Carondelet Chapel, Chalon: Sat- urday ' s Christmas Choral Con- cert for all students with Frank Brownstead conducting. FEB. 15 16 Chalon, Little Theater: " The Death of Jesus and the Call to Discipleship, " by Donald Sen- ior, C.P., Spiritual Life Program. MAR. 4 5 ' Ordo Virtutum, " the play of Virtues, medieval music drama; performances by the Sequentia Players. MAR. 22 Doheny, Child Center: Annual Easter Egg Hunt for the children of Mount St. Mary ' s alumnae families. ■ if. . ' " ' ' • ' .■ 15 Humanities Building Finished: Cardinal Manning Pays Visit The Humanities Building was completed in 1964 with three stages of construction depicted below. The new residence was dedicated April 28, 1985, with Car- dinal Manning, Regent Alice K. Aldworth, and Sister Magdalen Coughlin attending. 16 Senior Class Leaders Did Fine Job SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS — Karen Garcia, treasurer; Allison Lunch, president; Shaun Armstrong, vice president; and Patty Corrales, secretary. This quartet was kept busy during the school year conducting the necessary class business and affairs. Mount Saint Mary ' s College class of 1986 was challenged to become the best people they could academically, spiritually, and socially be. Members of the class have grown from the par- ticipation in numerous activities at the Mount. Seniors attended leadership wor kshops, served the college as ASB representatives, Resident Assistants, health advocates, and in the Campus Ministry. The many academic accom- plishments included honors at Mary ' s Day and graduation, overseas study, plus research in- ternships, and sending a delega- tion to the Model United Na- tions. Many of the seniors have grown tremendously during their years at Mount St. Mary ' s College and it is the hope that they will carry on her spirit with them wherever they go. Because the seniors were the upperclass they had an addition- al responsibility for keeping the others informed on matters of mutual or overlapping concern. MELINDA ADAMS Nursing Major Thousand Oaks, CA IRISH AFRICANO Political Science Major Los Angeles, CA FATIMA AK.ILU Eng Psychology Major Herts, England 17 CRYSTAL J. ALAMILLO Political Science Major Fillmore, CA WENDY L. ALBERT Nursing Psychology Major Glendale, CA ELISHA ANHALT Nursing Psychology Major Glendale, CA SHAUN ARMSTRONG Nursing Major Carson, CA ABBYLYNN M. BAGOS Physical Therapy Major Fairfield, CA PAMELA BAILEY Nursing Major Villa Park, CA 18 MARY ELIZABETH BANGERT Physical Therapy Major Santa Ana, CA ELIZABETH BLASH Nursing Major Santa Monica, CA CONNIE MARIE BOCH Nursing Major El Segundo, CA CONSTANCE J. BRADLEY Nursing Major Santa Monica, CA LINDA BRANKER Biology Major Playa del Rey, CA KATHY BUSH Nursing Major Thousand Oaks, CA SON1A ANNETTE CALDERON Business Major Glendale, CA DIANA R. CAMPA Nursing Major Van Nuys, CA WENDY CAMPOS Physical Therapy Major Gardena, CA AMY LYNNE CASTON Nursing Major Thousand Oaks, CA DIANA G. CASTRO Nuising Major Mission Hills, CA GENITA LOUISE CHAPPEL Psychology Major Los Angeles, CA 19 SANDY J. CHMELKA Nursing Major Poway, CA JOAN K. COAPMAN Physical Therapy Major Canoga, Park, CA PATRICIA CORRALES Political Science French Major West Covina, CA " THERESE K. COWEN Religious Studies Major Culver City, CA Strolling down the covered walkway, three students are heading for class in Rossiter Hal during a very pretty spring day on well-groomed green, green campus setting. 20 KARIN E. COX Nursing Major Gardena, CA KATHLEEN MARIE CUMMINGS Physical Therapy Major Santa Monica, CA LAURA MARIE CUNNINGHAM Nursing Major Torrance, CA CECILIA G. CURI History Major Glendale, CA NORMA DALEY Nursing Major Los Angeles, CA MILLIE DE LA ROSA Physical Therapy Major Westminster, CA KIRSTEN DELFS Nursing Major Los Altos Hills, CA LAURA DI FUSCO Psychology Major Los Angeles, CA MARGARET DRING Nursing Major San Diego, CA SYLVIA S. DUFFIN History, Spanish Major Westwood, CA 21 ANNE EDMONDS Nursing Major Los Angeles, CA MARLA R. FIDLER Nursing Major Los Angeles, CA MICHELLE FRANCO Nursing Major Santa Ana, CA KIMBERLY CAGE Nursing Major Albuquerque, NM JOYCE MARIE GALLIGAN Nursing Major Playa del Rey, CA DESIREE E. V. GARCIA Nursing Major Palmdale, CA 22 KAREN D. GARCIA Psychology Major Carlsbad, CA ROSE MARY G GARRONE Nursing Major Hanford, CA KERRY C. GOLDMAN Nursing Major Los Angeles, CA MARGOT GRANT Nursing Major Huntington Beach, CA DEN1SE M. GRIGGS Nursing Major Los Angeles, CA KATHERINE GROSSE Physical Therapy Major San Luis Obispo, CA ROSALBA GURROLA International Business Spanish Major Pacoima, CA MICHELE GUSTAVINO Physical Therapy Major Westminster, CA JENNIFER HARRIS Physical Therapy Major Placentia, CA Three students are huddled together with apparently something important — les- sons, news, or gossip. Only they know what. 2i REGINA CRUZ HIPOLITO Business Administration Major Los Angeles, CA CHERYL YVETTE HOWARD Nursing Major Los Angeles, CA JANET HUNT Nursing Major San Jose, CA LISA J. HUNTER Nursing Psychology Major Granada Hills, CA ALICE J. JOHNSON Nursing Major Canoga Park, CA LINDA J. JOHNSON Nursing Major Canoga Park, CA J 4 LORI ANN YET HUNG KAM Nursing Major Honolulu, HI LOUISE KARCH Psychology Major Costa Mesa, CA MARY B. KERSHISNIK Nursing Major Northridge, CA ESTHER KETENCHIAN International Business Major Los Angeles, CA JULIE KING Nursing Major Playa Del Rey, CA COLLEEN ELOISE KLINKHAMMER Physical Therapy Major Woodland Hills, CA MICHELLE M. KRAUS Nursing Major Orinda, CA Part of the beautiful campus is caught by camera shooting from Mary ' s Chapel toward the Humanities Building on the nice mountain-high campus. LORI KUKIN Nursing Major Thousand Oaks, CA 25 NANCY LA MEAR Biological Sciences Major Northridge, CA CARLA MARIE LANTING Gerontology Major Los Angeles, CA GERI LEACH Nursing Major Valencia, CA JANICE LEDGERWOOD Art Major Upland, CA SANY M. LEMUS Political Science Major Arcadia, CA DEBRA LESIN Nursing Major Topanga, CA Looking out from the Humanities Building a student approaches the camera with Mary ' s Chapel in the background of the clean campus. 26 LILLIAN LIGGETT Business English Major Fresno, CA EDEANNE M. LINK Nursing Major Rowland Heights, CA JUSTINA LIU Nursing Major Los Angeles, CA DONNA CHRISTINE LLOYD Multiple Subject Major Santa Monica, CA ELIZABETH G. LOGAN Nursing Major Rancho Palos Verdes, CA LYDIA V. LOURITO Biological Sciences Major Pt. Hueneme, CA ALLISON LYNCH Multiple Subject Major Temple City, CA ARLENE C. MACASAET Nursing Major Mission Hills, CA LINDA M. MACERA Nursing Psychology Major Westminster, CA 27 DINEKE J. MACKEY Biology Major Palos Verde Estates, CA JEANETTE MANKAWICH Psychology Major Manhattan Beach, CA LAURA MANN Nursing Major Santa Monica, CA AILEEN MCCARTHY Nursing Major Los Angeles, CA FLORA MEIER Nursing Psychology Major Glendale, CA LORE M. MEISSNER Biology Major Atascadero, CA 28 SHELLY P. MOORE Nursing Major Long Beach, CA LYNNE MUNRO Physical Therapy Major Chico, CA LORI ANN NASH Physical Therapy Major Merced, CA TERESA NEIDITCH Nursing Major Culver City, CA JOCELYN R. NER Nursing Major Carson, CA One student is seen diligently working as the sunlight reflects on the floor of the usually popular Charles Willard Cole Memorial Library on campus. KAREN A. NORFLEET Nursing Major Los Angeles, CA VERONICA O ' CONNELL Nursing Major Canoga Park, CA NANCIE OSHRIN Nursing Major Lomita, CA 29 ANN ELIZABETH ROBI Nursing Major Westlake, CA SYLVIA R. ROCHA Accounting Major Los Angeles, CA LAURA RUGGLES Nursing Major Sierra Madre, CA MICAELA J. SAUNDERS Nursing Major San Diego, CA SBLENDA SBLENDORIO International Business Major La Habra, CA MARIANNE SCHILLER Nursing Major Whittier, CA iO KATHLEEN MARIE SCHUBERT Physical Therapy Major Carmicheal, CA ELIZABETH SEVILLA Nursing Major Pacific Palisades, CA KATHLEEN A. SMITH Nursing Major Santa Monica, CA ANN STEHLY Nursing Major Fullerton, CA TANJA STUDENROTH Nursing Major Sun Valley, CA BARBARA ELIZABETH SWEENEY Nursing Major Carlsbad, CA MICHELLE THOEMMES Nursing Major Walnut, CA CLAUDETTE TINSON Child Development Major Los Angeles, CA PATRICIA CLAIRE TRIMBLE Business Administration Major Riverside, CA LORRAINE M. TYNAN Nursing Major Thousand Oaks, CA CHRISTINE ULI Business Administration Major Riverside, CA STEPHANIE ULI Business Major Riverside, CA 31 PATRICIA A. VAN HOUDT Nursing Major Los Angeles, CA ELAINE WALSH Nursing Major Los Angeles, CA ANDREA WARD Nursing Major Gardena, CA STEPHANIE G. WECK Nursing Major Los Angeles, CA SHAUNA WEEKS English Major Pasadena, CA HARRIET WILF Psychology Major Beverly Hills, CA )2 BILLIE J. WILSON Nursing Major Los Angeles, CA VICTORIA " YOUNG Psychology Major Los Angeles, CA TINA ZITO Nursing Major Santa Ana, CA t-.J. ' Mary ' s Day ' Highlighted School Year Fifty years ago Mary ' s Day was a celebration to honor the Blessed Mother Mary. The students pro- cessed in long gowns to the statue of Mary enshrined on campus and crowned her with a wreath of flowers. In the mid-sixties, the day included a special Mass and a luncheon, followed by a reception to initiate graduates into the alumnae association. Through the years, Mary ' s Day was highlight- ed by an awards convocation where seniors and underclass peo- ple accepted academic and co-cur- ricular service awards. Today, Mary ' s Day is a time ►vhen families and friends join the administrators and faculty in nonoring all students for their nany fine achievements. 33 34 35 • .£ . e.fP )6 4 f : ill linn 1 1 " • 37 38 Mary ' s Day Holds Great Significance 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 4 48 4t t oJu s$c v e 3

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