Niagara University - Niagaran Yearbook (Lewiston, NY)

 - Class of 1981

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Niagara University - Niagaran Yearbook (Lewiston, NY) online yearbook collection, 1981 Edition, Page 148 of 248
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Freshman Class Officers Chris Meaher QVice Pres.J, Theresa Miller fTreas.J, Missy Raczka fSec.J, Van White fPres.J 144 The class of 1984 would like to thank all the rowdy upperclassmen who greeted us on August 28, 1980. The sounds of their laughter, their guid- ance and direction when we were lost, and their soothing BASH with its Ha- waiian tang will remain in our memo- ries forever. Our first taste of success was with the 97 Rock Road Show. Next came the class picnic, which linked the freshmen into one unified group. The day relieved much of the tension felt with our first set of exams. New Wave, Ronald Reagan, freeing the hostages and a physical plant strike are a few other events that marked our freshman year. As our first year at Niagara ends, we find ourselves con- tented, enthusiastic, and looking for- ward to the next three years.

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M. Salanger fMod.J Student Government is the voice of the students. Through the workings of the members of government all facets of student life are represented. No problem dealing with academics, or the quality of life on campus is ever ignored, and this was clearly illustrated in government's involvement with the Hojack hearings, NULTA proceed- ings, the physical plant strike and other environmental issues. Members of this student government worked ex- haustively with the administration and students in the pursuit of solutions to any problems which arose. Besides Student Government's concern with academic and judicial issues, it has provided social outlets for students, such as sponsoring socials, concerts, and the ever popular Spring and Fall COMMITTEE CHAIRPERSONS Weekends. This year's Student Government was an organization working for the students, enhancing academics through lectures and speakers, as well as providing the students with the opportunity to be involved in the deci- sions which affected them. It provided other services for the students such as the indespensable check cashing. Also the Student Awareness committee was formed this year to integrate the students with their community, in- forming them of all civic, athletic, and cultural activities on and off campus. Perhaps Student Government's major objective was to encourage as many students as possible to get involved in their campus community with its wide variety of activities and issues. Row 1: M. Fritz, J. Sullivan, L. Branigan, Row 2: J. VanBramer, B. Earsing, K. Coleman, M. Mahoney, Row 3: J. Infanti, T. Cadagan, J. Stefanucci, M. Reddy, D. Sugrue, M. Hammer, M. Maracinag Row 4: T. Ryan, T. Donahue, T. Connors, D. Salanger, W. Newport. , rs... W



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!'i?'9'??'vfo iimi T Sophomore year began with the en- thusiasm of a class eager to face chal- lenges with the knowledge and experi- ence of one year's trials and tribula- tions already behind them. Through every experience, we have learned new ideas and ways. We have learned to express ourselves using our quality of creativity. The year began with organized plans for picnics, socials, and service pro- jects in hopes of creating class unity through spirit. The sophomores are continually reaching out to others, showing just how much our class has to offer. The bonds of friendship that we have formed here at Niagara will en- hance our memories forever, provid- ing us with the encouragement and confidence we need to move forward. The ability, strength, and love be- hind the class of '83 will enable us to "make it!" Sophomore Class Officers Row 1: Kate McConeghy fPres.Jg Row 2: Mary Beth Maxwell lVice Pres.J Sue Savage lSec.Jg Row 3: Kevin McGann QTreas.J 145

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