National Louis University - National Yearbook (Chicago, IL)
- Class of 1982
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Text from Pages 1 - 44 of the 1982 volume:
Table of Contents
Looking Back .................... ....
Spring Weekend ......
Family Awards Dinner ....
Folk Dance Troupe ........
Chicago's Multicultural Day ....
Graduation 1982 ........
Lombard Life . . .
Evanston Undergraduates . . .
Lombard Undergraduates . . .
Chicago Undergraduates ....
Looking Back at 1981-82
Looking Back on 1981-82
"Mister K" as he performs at the spring Boat
Party sponsored by Student Program Board.
Left: Sue Pickens and "0.C." after riding class at Northwestern.
Other riders not pictured: Sue Christiansen, Diane Herold, Mary
Nolan, Judity Noonan, Wendy MacPherson, and Sandy Young.
Above: "Sparrow AM!FM" during National Disabilities Week. Far
above: Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority QXi Epsilon Chapterl. Pictured:
Sharon Brown, Alva Conner, Robin Hardenss, Chris Smith, Julie
Fisher, Linda Young, Bernadette iCornbreadl Giles, Brenda Smith,
Juliet Tate, Kim Pringle, Delores Walker, Sheriann lMaxl Robinson.
The unique group "Sparrow AM-
FM" presenting their lyrics in sign
language as part of Disabilities
Nancy Anthony shoots for two
points, displaying perfect form.
NCE Lakers take on St. Louis University. Kandy Crosby, Chris
Smith, and Kim White pictured here.
Denise Cantrell and Myra Warren of the Lakers aim for a winning
Catch it while you can: Students participate in the balloon toss, one of the outdoor games
at the picnic of spring weekend '82.
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Colin Murphy on the bullhorn,
organizing the activities.
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w it h t h e S p r i n g
Creatures from outer space seem to land at NCE during the Craft Fair of
Spring Weekend '82.
Family Awards Dinner
Dean Ed Risinger at the helm of the awards
Heidi Smeltzer has a song in her heart
as she receives a special music award.
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Peggy Wieland receives the Johnson
Award - annually presented to an
outstanding new faculty member.
Student Liz I-lovorlca demonstrates con-
siderable musical prowess as she provides
soothing sounds during the awards dinner.
Bob Abene, Director of Student Life, conducts
one of three mini-discussion groups during
To avoid getting in over her head,
Sherri Springer jumps into her swim
routine with great concentration.
Looking like mermaids, Sandra Galford and Elizabeth Burns swim a duet in
the water ballet show.
Folk Dance Troupe
Judith Noonan and her folk dance troupe, doing what
they do best: getting the audience involved.
A-one and a-two and . . . the folk dance troupe goes through its paces.
More complicated than ring fb
around the roses, the troupe 1'
one of the many dances
A smiling troupe gets ready to take its bow after a
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President Orley Herron ad-
dresses a large audience during
Multicultural Day at Chicago.
Reach out and touch someone: the Deaf Dance Class of Marquette
School performs at Multicultural Day.
A lovely Japanese fan dance
performed at Multicultural
Day, May 6, 1982.
So this is college . . . Multicultural Day is
enjoyed by young and old alike.
rnances for students at
One of the many musical perfor-
A tour of the Korean, Puerto Rican, Jamaican, African, Vietnamese, Mex-
ican and Polish exhibits at Multicultural Day leaves the viewers feeling
they've been around the world in a single day.
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Almost as confused as whey they were freshmen, these graduates line up to
take the first step into a new life.
Amy-Jo Woomer and Melinda Galuska in the daisy chain at graduation. Other
students not pictured include Charlene Guyton, Cheryl Wolf, Colin Murphy, Vikki
Stone, Pat Stortoni, Wendy MacPherson, Nancy Parzyk, and advisor Judith
President Orley Herron applauds
graduates and charges them to be
"Chariots of Fire."
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The NCE Choir performs fqr the
faculty, graduates, family and
friends at Ravinia.
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Dr. Calvin Claus brings a distinguished air
to his post as Master of Students.
Bob Abene, Director of Student Life, nam-
ing those students who have now received
their Masters' degree.
Good Luck Graduates!
Frances Glass calls undergraduates to
the podium to receive their Bachelor's
Although the student population of Lombard
is small, the environment is healty and happy
- and good for growth, as the smiles on the
faces of these students show.
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The Lombard campus really cooks . . . and once the
secret's out of the can, it's hard to believe everything
wasn't homemade. Proud Lombard students stand in
front of the baked goods that made their sale a success.
ls he hiding behind those papers or behind his beard? lt's
hard to tell, but Bob Kotter is hard at work.
lt looks easy the way Barb
Loughead does it, but teaching, as
NCE students learn, isn't always a
Well in place behind his desk, Bob Hart-
man, head of the placement department,
takes a well-deserved break.
Dr. Helen Challand, director of
Undergraduates at the Lombard
Everyone needs a chance to pause and
reflect . . . no matter which side of the
desk they find themselves on.
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the covers of a book, as Pat Sceske
ls it factual? ls it fair?
staff has an unusually
Joyce Anderson Flora Animashawn
i Deb Bagall
Dgreen Bratt Rosemarie Bulik
Sandra Bush Max Castle
St. Joe's I Class Picture: Front row ll. to rj: Rolando Neghme, Cora Crockett, Ruth
Koloms, Kay Shriver Qlnst.J, Penny Parks, Joyce Saulsbury. Back row ll. to rj: Ellen
0'Mara, Karin Walszak, Oscar Behzad, Judith Bastin, Maxine Smith, Cindy Jakse,
Renee Dalla Betta
Mary Jane Cooke
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Sally O'Brien Loretta Pettiford Mary Presser
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Kathy Riley Guadalupe Rivera Cherry Roberson
Mary Ellen Rygiel Sally Salzman Laurie Sanders
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Carol Hubona Sue Lee
Laura Johnson Kathy Lennon
Paula Kearney Wendy MacPherson
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Sherri Springer Nancy Thomashow Annette Zander
Margi Sodete Chris Wather Monica Zander
Vicki Stone Linda Watson
Beth Sweeney Amy-Jo Woomer
Ev Baginski, Mary Lou Kuban, Jim Lies, Cindy Lithio
Loanne Miller, Sherry Siu, Nadine Spear, Binnie Taylor
Jean Yaeger, Mary P. Zarcone, Ann Zingheim
Joan Davis Bernice Kucinskas Loistine Mosley
Robin French Sophia Marcinkowski Van NGunen
Lupe Gourveia Patricia Matthews Lucy Pina
Martha Harrell Bertha Molina Carla Posey
Alice Jones Victoria Molina Betty Pulphas
Lois Pouncy Estervina Rodriguez Jung Song Claudia Weber
Minerva Ramos Valerie Scherer Ruby Taylor Cynthia Williams
Debbie Roberson Fawn Simpson Cornelia Virella Clare Winer
Lombard XII Class Picture: Front row ll. to r.l: Wendy S. Cornwell, Raymond Clark, Sandy Donnelly, Sandra Walls Thornberry, Beth Leddin
Back row ll. to r.l: Dr. William Owen linstructorl, Philip C. Sirotzke, Charles Pope, Michael J. Carbone, Dennis P. Hoffman, Lorrie Elia Hoff-
man, Daniel C. :Williams, Cindy J. Ochampaugh, James P. St. John, John W. Huddle, Richard A. Sutton, James B. Cichanski, Scott Bentzin.
Lorraine and Laurie Sanders join friends for a brief lunch during a busy day.
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The best of friends: Bev and Wally give
each other a hand.
Mary Herbrowski struts her stuff.
We've grown accustomed to her face . . . it almost makes
the day begin . . . Ev Baginski welcomes the end of the
year in old style.
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Wendy MacPherson, Editor
Evanston Staff: Chris Ballou, Melinda Galuska, Liz Hovorka, Bonnie Rae
Saunders, Nancy Thomashow.
Chicago Staff: Jacquie Mack, Pat Matthews, Carla Posey, Estervina
Rodriguez, Fawn Simpson.
Lombard Staff: Mary Lou Kuban, Jim Lies, Gail Sorenson.
Lee Simons, Student Publications Coordinator
Bob Abene, Director of Student Life, Evanston, Pat Carter, Director of Student Life, Chicago, Helen
Challand, Director of Student Life, Lombard, Mary Jane Kearney, Chicago, Ed Storke, Assistant Dean,
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