North Central College - Spectrum Yearbook (Naperville, IL)

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M53 Migg 0 f 5 W W Eff A IG ' 4 QS 1' N Nfx iv w 1 Cv H ik uw ! .H Eff? Q34 1 l x, 3 4, iw W 4 L N 1 3 I 1 W 1 1 1 4 SPECTRUM 1980 NORTH CENTRAL CCLLEGE R ffkfa -0- L' ii 1. COLLEGE IS . L 3 DEDICATION , , NCC is a unique place. IT would noT be The place ThaT iT is wiThouT The sTuclenTs ThaT go here. NCC is friendly and fun - loving. This year's Spectrum is aeaicaTea To This aspecT of NorTh CenTraI College. TABLE OF CQNTENTS Activities Sports Faculty Seniors Underclassmen Organizations DAYS .... Eoch cloy new Things hop- pen. YeT, eoch doy holds o biT of The rouTine. We see The some people, go To The some buildings, ond Try our skills ouT eoch doy. Doys seem To poss quickly when finols op- prooch, ond noT quickly enough when The mid- Term ololclroms hiT. Some ospecTs of our doys will never be forgoTTen, so, enjoy. -Mrwfiggi ,L we 4' all-v -'zgw WL say, ev 'ffl ,JZ - -. ff f 34,1 K A . ,,1 4 .,,, , 4 , f f, "xx- zJ'fk1vi?44',, ' . QQM -P ' ,1+wziZ?fy",,'wP,wfv'i' i' 'M I , A ,.,.,.,,, W ' W " f' "' ij-- fl "-.ummm .Mt k 115 if J fi, .:.,,r,..,. ,ft ' -uf? , ,A .,.,,. ' ! Jw." r 4 , , w 24, , -is ' nz. ww f .,,,.- Marv" 4, AAG' TURN lNTO MONTH How boring life would be wiThouT The chonge of The seosons. Eoch seoson brings new weoTher, moods ond ocTiviTies. Foil brings rusTIing leoves, crisp oir ond fooTboll. Win- Ter brings snow, Troying, ond doy- dreorns of spring. Spring brings sun- boThers, frisbees ond sofTboll. These Times of our lives seern To go by so quickly. if 1 +410 IIE! Y ...i as e Aw MU, ., V WW Q . - ' A, an ,ap J' . 1, Y , .-41' WV. 1 During four years aT NorTh CenTral, we learn, change, and grow in many ways. YeT, we each Try and main- Tain our individualiTy. A sym- bol of individualiTy is Old iviain - iT has symbolized NorTh CenTral College and our uniqueness. GeTTing an educaTion aT NorTh CenTraI is boTh a group and an indi- vidual efforT. We could noT geT our educaTion wiThouT help of Teachers and class- maTes, yeT we each musT make our own efforTs. Hence, when we leave NorTh CenTraI, we gain a sense of whaT we can do boTh on our own and as a parT of a Team. FCUR YEARS HE. 'KEJJ 2 f' ' W A A,'2 ll "" ' -, ' f f" -1' QW?" W" I V : rw ,, A,', j A 1 -4 J .-.V 4 -' IVL' Q SV NA V ' '-fAz, Z'.w., .,,, -QM, - 4 15' .- fn-,,- " j ," , P -' ' ' ' ,M-,a. --', Q -A V wM,zw,g.4-3 ' -::.' ,.,1-f f f Z , v 13 FOUR YEARS How Times flies when you're having fun! lVlosT of us when enTering NCC only dream of graauaTion, and when iT finally geTs here, we cannoT believe iT. Gradu- aTion is a Time To reflecT on all we have accomplished in The pasT years aT NorTh CenTral ancl on whaT we can accomplish in The years To come! A im mm, 4 'L-Av . . 'ur 'Q ' ah, ' 1 xt 1 'X 1 1 tw 4 I ,Z 9 1 Fl ,fv""" rf'-'r S li , wg' R x f-f m V' LA 'x"31'3-uf L" " ' w,,G,54,2. a, .n p'jei'1?5Ziv41Zf'LQ..-. ' ' 'Aff ,jf ,ff wr-11 -f L f 1 jf ,M-W. ,Nw mm, f M-4...g mmm My A V 'V Aww - H A CHAPTER 0 OUR LIVES 1 E 1 I 1 1 'vw af: my I ,J a ACTIVITIES "FD- ankin ,gnu 7 'ii 'KHP 9 P Imlam N 135:11-f QW S , iq 9 Q, I L "1 . .Y . 4 .ci I 'h '? ,- 'K - 'QP' A ' 1.4 I 1 s 'tif u 0' 'L ' 'Ma .1 I- t - l. I '0 rg Ui' in 0 .c .' ' " I '- p U fu" ZW W 1 'mn -4 V 3 'U V J A .A ..-f H-fm: Z V A 5. r gh ,, Q f,, 9 Ma, fzf ,f . .fa V , -, ., My , , v r, G ewhw WW' rj ,.,1z.f4z,,f:.1!f " as iw' 'U' A M fy" "S Q? adfirwjr 'QW '- ,,, ,.1',Vf, r.. J ' W nk VF 5 'g' el' 4 gl. V, K L I 49 3K,fi"ifa QM' -M. su' The Theme for This yeor's homecoming wos "Gomes People Ploy." People hod The chonce To ploy oround oil week during such evenTs os The Frosh-Soph Tug of wor, onyThing goes gomes cloy, cosino nighT, minioTure golf, miclnighT bowling culminoT- ing wiTh The SoT. nighT FooTboll Gome. The Cornivol, ConvocoTion, Bonfire oncl The "VicTory" PorTy were The oTher big homecoming evenTs. Judging by oil The ocTivi- Ties, one con see college is only o gome. MU V A ' 'if' ' 5 f M ff Ty T Em? CCLLEGE IS A 4 YEAR GAME QM TWELFTH NIGHT M , 1 ,f -wand' fs This yedr ds per usudl, The NCC Thedire guild puT OD Three fihe produciiohs. In The foil, Shdkespedre's Twelfth Night wds pro- duced. The wihTer musicdl wds The fdhTd- sy, Finnian's Rainbow. The spring produc- Tioh wds The comedy, The Rivals. The cdsT members work long dhd hdrd OD These producTiohs. This work will be long remem- bered by boTh cdsT dhd dudiehce. FINNIAN' RAINBOW nu 0 QM ' 'WfVXX JQMMJJ Y. Q-' 8.4-f-N ':p-'- ' Bqh . zfwz- ,- fb .. Xrziflid' ' COFFEEHOUSES CONCERTS Agoin NCC experienced some good music oi vorious coffee- houses ond conceris. The jozz ensemble performed mony Times Throughoui The yeor in The coge. The Resureciion Bond is o Chrisiion rock group inviied To NCC by The Reiigous Life Com- miiiee. Open sioge coffee- houses ond The Zelio Delro coffeehouse ore oiwoys popuior ond provide us wiih good enier- Toinmenr. This yedr, CUAB sponsored o Trip for fifTy sTudenTs To Florido. On MOYCH 45, 4980 oT 3:00 pm., These fifTy NCC'ers boorded o Trdilwoys pus bound for The Silver Bedch Inn, DoyTono Bedch, Floridd. Mony ddvenTures were encoun- Tered dlong The wdy including The rnore 'TillusTrious" secTions of Louisville, KenTucy dnd Noshville, Tennessee. DoyTono Beoch held fun ond sun for dll. This Trip wos one evenT of The four yeor college experience ThdT will be remembered for yeors To come. Fun And Games In Flonda yn! SPO 9 3 5 ConvocdTions dre Those ddded exTrds which give us exposure To ideds dnd concepTs oTher Thdn Those hond- ed down To us by our proffessors. NorTh Cen- Trdl hdd iTs cldirn To fdme This yedr when presidenridl cdndiddie John Anderson come To coll. Orher Topics of convocdTions includ- ed: The fuTure of work, The fuTure of The econ- orny, d Bishops' honors, dnd The fourTh dnnudl honors convocdTions. AT The honors convo- cdTion, Dr. Howdrd Mueller ond Dr. Richdrd EdsTmdn were ndrned ouTsTonding fdculTy, while Cheryl Long ond Pdul ArnnsTrong were ouTsTdnding seniors. , , , , , , ., , . , Vf,,,,,4zL?,fgf.em.,-,,. V , f ' . 'fi-wf,4ziC'zf"b?f:1vff,' x A ' . gzrgizgvkwbc-5c'gg:g3, ,. ,-f, fin 'rilajyfcf 3 " 'Q w'2,'.,':'fzf,:ff4' ,Q 7' 4 5, --f ,T 44, 1:m2,,, . . :2g:...w.gfh?Q,gQ4g,frgqzuf 3 jbfe fpgryr, 3 Q ,L Q I' A msg' 'Z 1 f W 21 hi IFR' EnTerTainmenT was easily found spring Term on The NCC campus. The Rivals was a comedy manners aoouT in The 'igood old days." The Theme of The vari- eTy show was Television. BoTh producTions showed how hard parTioipanTs worked and will be remem- bered for years To come by casT and audience. M T""""""""'w""u SPRING PRQDUCTIQNS TH RIVALS AND VARIETY SHCW ,h ,. Af ' f,-,fm A -,x -Q-g, . 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Q - iw. fm sf I Q3 E ' -1-A ,, ,A 'iff' 1 .VQ " 3 1 9 f -QAW -fill-l Q, -1'- - qgggnv Womerfs Volleyball 45 mx, "-nv 2 3 Q , J Q... 32 Womerfs Swimming Women's Softball 33 FooTball again was The favoriTe fall sporT aT NCC. The Cards' fans came ouT To supporT Their Team. Al- Though The Team did noT do as well as They had hoped, The season held some Thrilling Times for The Team as well as iTs fans. Added aTTracTions To fooTball season were homecoming, Dad's day, and pom pon rouTines aT every game. Hopefully, head Coach Badke will give Cardinal fans even more To cheer abouT nexT season. ash Fi FQOTBALL ' . jf.,3, 1. ,, . W 'nf ' ' , I -,Img z,,f,f,,' , , 1 fi' ,fm cmfv ', -A aw- -' ' The Women's Volleyball Team was much improved for The 4979 season. The new freshmen women add- ed sTrengTh To The Team. The Team wenT To The sTaTe TournamenT This year and performed admirably. NexT year will show how a year's college experience can make a good Team peTTer. 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W xp EN rw, ai, F .1 wx. ,ay y.. Q Q,-"ya-'Q , H x ,S X'-5' I, x F . , ff I .. 1 A Q1 . . f 1 . ,Q 014 -Q "R r 'Q' 1? .45 1 ffl-"' :haf 4 br ki. K A MIP " xii 'K' Sa 1? vm 3--4' Q' w5,4",6. -S, B ., 0 ' ' 2 , X. SP , ' 4 -' 'A- H, .5 . 1 . ,i i , w ' f 62:2 . 2 xlgt'-1 ' X -1 "1 x gsw . . N ' 5 l main CROSS COUNTRY Once again The cross counTry Team proved iT- self. Again, under The coaching of AI Carius The Team finished firsT in The naTion among Di- vision ill schools. These devoTed aThIeTes give Those people as- sociaTed wiTh NorTh CenTrai someThing To brag abouT for years To come. The men's boskeTboii Teom did noT hdve very good luck ogoin This seoson. The Teorn sTorTed wiTh o new cooch This seoson. The cooch jusT did noT hove Time To build his Teorn. A orighT spoT for The Cdrdinois come This yeor in The person of Chuck Moirn, who wos norned To on oil - conference Teom. F9-1 . QL A Y Xi TQ fx ' :Jil fN'vY.LA .e,6,f!', '4- 9 R 2 F5361 STX' wanna' 'N-nav ,ww MEN'S BASKETBALL WOMEN'S SWIMMING New To sporTs aT NCC This year was The women's swim Team. Under The coaching of sTudenT Gary Crowe, The Team had a successful firsT year. The women compeTed in The sTaTe swim meeT aT WesTern Illinois UniversiTy and did well for a firsT year Team. The Team proved iTself, and women's swimming will now be here To sTay as a parT of The NCC aThleTics program. W! 2529 QQ WOMEN'S SOFTBALL IT was an exciTing year for The women's sofTbaiI Team. AI- Though Their season record was noT impressive, The Team qualified for The sTaTe Tourna- menT. From There They wenT To regionais and Then To naTion- als, where They placed fifTh among Division Iii schools. Since This year's Team was young, nexT year promises To be even beTTer. V ,2 i,,,- 4! 1g,zzffff?4f W, W 430' "WA -' ,. . W fm1.f,,,,, , ,lv Z fy, ,. , "A, ,a',,. V9 ,,,, L, -' 1 ,K 7, -41 , -4-, auf.. r , .V T 1 1. V vi! vm A'52 A , wif ,Z fax, M vw 1 x x Q? M56 'Tift 1'--f""ilf suwl mm.. fo 43 PCM PONS iiP'!a1' 1 .., . - X - ' - . f . 'f I .mx W x." ' I .' . ' J X., - , W , - g,1,,,. 1 A .2 - V V x V., , . . , if x WM 5, ig:-,-jg: : 'im A ,A I5 t A .... I ' T . 3 'fa,'1'...-h..,4-..:'-.i"'?'iJwllv . ,.-, , , ' ' Fronfz Korin Mueggenborg, Cindi Steele, Colleen Murroy, copfoin, Poulo Siricklond, co-copioin, Koren Anderson, Celesie Goiizio, ond Teri Szyrnonski. Bock: Tomi Reding, DonnoJeon Mulhoil, Noncy Cowley, Lori Lone, Coroi Armbrusi, Morie McNeiIis, sponsor, Joleen Holm, Kris Miner, ond Donno Spero. CHEERLEADERS NN ff ii '- , 2. S is Q Bofromz Kim Wilson, Robin Jankers. Claudia Barnes, and Barb Hauprrnan. Top: Lynn Para, Tanya Daniels, Suzi Morzer, and Karhy Birnbaum. We wish To crediT oil The oThIeTes ond Teoms who did noT receive coveroge in This ediTion of The SpecTrum. We ogree ThoT oil Teoms should receive equol coveroge, buT our phoTogrophy sToff wos noT dole To keep us wiTh our orders for picTures. We opologize To oil Those dedicdTed oThIeTes who did noT geT coveroge. IT wos o greoT yeor for sporTs oT NCC. The highIighTs of The yeor in- clude: cross counTry Division Ill noTionol TiTie, men's swimming conference TiTIe. women's sofTioolI being fifTh in noTionoI compeTiTion, ond The Division lil NoTionol Trock meeT being held oT NCC. 1 MEN'S FOOTBALL: GEORGE BADKE WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL f SOFTBALL: KAREN HILL MEN'SfWOMEN'S TENNIS: KEN VAN WIEREN MEN'S CROSS COUNTRY f TRACK: AL CARIUS WOMEN'S CROSS COUNTRY: BOB SCHRADER MEN'S GOLF: HERB MATTER MEN'S WRESTLING: DAVE EBERHARD MEN'S BASKETBALL: ED GALVIN WOMEN'S BASKETBALL: WAYNE MORGAN MEN'S SWIMMING: DENNIS RYAN WOMEN'S SWIMMING: GARY CROWE MEN'S BASEBALL: MILT PAPPAS WOMEN'S TRACK: PHIL VAN LEAR CONGRATS TO ALL ATHLETES!! ASYX? gl ,4 ... ,......,.,...,..-..,,....-.,,,,,,,.,..-M- 'f5,'?f-M JVM, 'Nb . fa 'iw qubx, 5' gf: 'va- QDQG IV'-G 9 , 0 PM 194 M ' Fm? .5 fr S4 ,Wh E Q QQ' PNA'-,503 .rf iv 3? -1' -5 S ' 'd " - - A .w......P 2. u rw 1 .. A ' 1 "Me. FACULTY 3 I Q X ggi , '30 ? .E 9 '- 5 'Q ? H? ,.Jw,E' U7 -'. . Gael Swing, President James Taylor, Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of Faculty Roger Krann, Dean of Students Richard Luze, Vice President for Continuing Education and Special Programs WX V W L19 'M Q2 x 21. Y mf'-vi y fs? Andrew Adams, Associafe Professor of Foreign Languages and Seager Hall Direcfor Bernard G. Badke, Head Coach of Foofball and insfrucfor of Physical Eaucafion Morris Boucher, Associafe Professor of Educafion John Cerovski, Professor of English, Chairperson of English Gus Consfanfine, Professor of Educafion Chairperson of Eaucafion Roberf Cook, Assisfanf Professor of Compufer Science, Economics and Business Adrninisfraiion iinnw.,-f""' 3 X .es ., af Donald Crifchlow, Assistant Professor Hisfory Diane Divegneaud, Professor of Ari, Chairperson of Ari Richard Easfman, Professor of General Sfudies, Chairperson of General Sfudies David Frolick, Assoclafe Professor: Chairperson of Polifical Science Richard Guzrnan, Assisfanf Professor of English Eloise Hamann, Assisfanf Professor, Chairperson of lvlafhernafics ff if Dovid Hortmon, Admission Counselor ond Director of Geiger Holl Koren Hill, Admission Counselor ond Cooch of Women's Athletics Bernord Izzo, Professor in Creotive Arts: Artist-in Residence: Choirperson of Music Donold Johnson, Professor of Mothemdtics, Choirperson, Division of Noturdl Science ond Mothemotics Bill Lonkenou, Assistont Professor of Economics ond Business Administration Bernord Pierre LeBeou, Associote Professor: Choirperson of Foreign Longuoges Division of Longuoge ond Literoture 3 R ix X PS. Arlene Lennox, Assisfonf Professor of Physics Thomos Love, Associoie Professor of Economics oncl Business odminisrrofion Terrence ivlorsn, Associore Professor of Biology Ann McKinley, Professor of Music lvlorie iv'lcNellis, Assisfonr Direcfor of Admissions Donold lVlcVicker, Associore Professor: Cnoirperson of Sociology ond Anthropology sf W. 1v"4v....,.uv,,, I, ff fad ,,,! 'Y -.NAV , , ,mf f if J W 1' M' j K. XL! 'QF f"l'w 1, YH N...- Michael Moser, Campus Minisfer, Direcfor of Siudenl Acfiviiies Howard Mueller, Asslslanf Professor: Chairperson of Religious Siuaies William Naumann, Professor of Religious Studies: Chairperson of Humanifies: Acfing Chairperson: Division of Creaiive Aris Francine Navakas, Assisianl Professor of English James Osborn, Business Manager and Direcior of Long Range Planning John Phena, lnsfrucfor of Speech Communicafions and Theater Russell Poel, Professor: Choirperson of Chernisfry Lucy Rey, Assisfonf Professor of Sociology ond Anfhropology Anne Sherren, Professor of Chernlsfry, Acfing Choirperson of Chemisfry Henry Skoglond, Associole Professor: Choirperson of Philosophy Richord Slovocek, Associole Professor of Economics ond Business Adminiofrofion Wesley Sfieg, Professor of Biology: Choirperson of Biology I 1 'tn fv- i 4411? ,'. 4. N J 'Q' Lf .J ol .J Q. ig, I' 9 Beverly Thornburg, Associore Professor Chairperson of Physicol Eclucoiion Corol Ulsofer, Assisioni Professor of Moihemorics Allen Vonder Meulen. Associore Professor: Choirperson, Division of Economics ond Business Adminisiroiion Leondrew Wode, Director of Finonciol Aid Richord Wilders. Assisfonr Professor of Mofhernorics ond Physics Jonorhon Yoder, Assisionf Professor of Speech Communicolions ond Theoier . gf' ff 96 A L. S , Q 5 vs .. -ww , N 5+- - -:i'5,. if V ligvifa. J Xi nv- e ff T j ill 0' , lslf.. l'f'f""lIsn0' :rf 1. X' rf -9? ,J I I ul is 'V 5 5? sf' u ' If N - I we v- X , -- ' Q I L " , .4 42- L o X 'VW 64 mx! f ,J a SENIGRS 12? '-In SA,c: 'J 103, o r hiv lax!-4 'QS W- - , lgs . xi 4 are QLC ,J Yin--.wp J," -L.. ,Vu F ., -psi: 0 Q' . I:-na v,.IH.,n" .U I., V Ax . p' 9 ' 4.1 4 1 s 'jf H 4' ' ' 'wwf I- t L ok YI J ,Q 9 7 . r f 'W 0 4 H f' 24,1 ' A - .l l.-- . . 1 ff fi t' '- F rf? "J ff' 30" , F wg ,551 "T: w x - wx , me X hX , E X Q X " 7 X , X NX 'v Nw w Q LX a X5 X Ek lm as JAMES CLARK CALLAHAN ACCOUDTUWQ fTiGjOI' Swimming Choir Modrigols NC Chronicle K 1 .Bti I A f as fy fy L I., .X ,Q rv f. ., M , -A N ,A 4 if X: A fiV2zQ5 v V' ' f Q if f M' 1 fl 5 w - 99 f Q A 4 M .Q ,V :.,:.f A' yn f. 7, 44 A- X' ., ,gh 4 vi .v W PATRICIA CILLO Accouniing mojor LOIS RUTH DILLARD Psychology mojor MICHAEL DAVID CRACKEL Pnysicoi Eolucoiion mojor Geiger Cornrniiieeqireosurerj Vorsiiy Clubqfreosurer, Dresidenij Resident Assisioni G-olfqcopioin, MVPy s-Q f x W, 1' 1 .Ex 1, 'Q 'itziril' DOUGLAS E. EBERHARDT Biology mojor Jozz Bond Zeio Delio NCC Honor Society THEODORE L CRUSE Moihemoiics ond Phys ico EGUCCJTIOD l'TlC1jOl' Swimming Qcopioiny PRISCILLA ANN FERCH Chemisiry ond Biology rnoior Cheerleading Tri Be-To NCC Honor Socieiy GLENN DEVVEIRDT Biology mojor lnirornurols ANNE MARIE GARVEY English ond Ari mojor Alumni secreiory Ch ' our Soecirurn Qsporis ediiorj lnirornurols THOMAS C. GEHANT Psychology ond Hisiory mojor IVIARLENE VIRGINIA HUBBARD ATT ITIOIOV Business Adminisirofion minor BETH LGUISE C-SLEASON Accouniing mojor MARY JENKINS Recreoiion mcijor Speech CommunicoTionsfTheoTre minor LIFE Qpresidenij Kimmel Commifiee Pom-puns Infromurols . LOIS W. GOULD Psychology mojor Psi cm KEVIN M. JUSTIE Physics ond Moihemoiics mojor A ...., ' v i ' 'tl x, X "Nfl .grid X L L sis' ss - x: f swf- 'YR , A 5 MARGERY HALL Psychology rTlC1jOf Psi Chi NC Chronicle f f Z 'Cf Z f V f li .0 xy X. ,, New , fwgw Ng-X f we Zssifwsgvx A XZ" f tex wywsf as as f 'hw fy gwdxx jfsxw ,Q A ...N i ,i . N A s , Q Q L . N .A ,X -V,- ,I 3a Vs X S s Q A 3 Q- .f . ,. sy . s , f' ,-3, - ' L 4 -F - - N- s -.ff -f-fix z-+. ,.- H., , 1 if Q, , .' Q r : M'ZLe.a,-..s,i.fw- '-: I KIMBERLEE KAREY Biology rnojor ANN L HART MGTTWGITWGTICS iTlOjOl' CUAB Qpresidenlj Zelo Delio Qpresidenij Sludenl Associolion Theolre KATHRYN L. KEEGAN RGCFGOHOD FTlCljOl' Psychology minor CUAB Qvice-presidenlj Q "5 ' ,C Qwfffgsf liwiwx 1 fi x W e Sf if 4 5m Q A 9 gs QQ sf LIFE Volleyboll KATHLEEN E. HOWE Business Adrninislroiion ond English mojor Economics ond Business Adrninislroiion Deporlmenl secrelory ANN E. .KOLODZIEJ Elemeniory Educoiion mojor MONICA G. KUHNE Morkeiing mojo? GLORIA RENEE KUNCL Philosophy mojor -9 DAYLA MANIS Accounting mojor CUAB Qoff-cornpus enierioinrneni CHCIHDGFSOFU ' MARY CECELIA MARKWELL EIGITWGHTCIFV ECZIUCCJHOD rnojor Trock ond Field CUAB Teocner Educoiion Commiiiee CHERYL LACEFIELD Speech Communications X Theatre and English major NCC Theatre Guild Phi Kappa Delta Resident Assistant NCC Honor Society Cpresidentj Phi Alpha Sigma Liaison Committee Contract Committee Tour Guide Coordinator LINDA LEESEBERG Business Administration major Track and Field Spectrum CHERYL LONG Accounting and Plicitcal Science l'TTCijOT Student Association Qpresidentj Student Programming Caucus Qchairpersonj Who's Who Among American College Students English Tutor Graduation Committee Basketball Softball ' Tennis Varsity Club Csecretaryj Senate Discipline Committee Richter Fellowship Study NC Chronicle Graduation Committee NCC Honor Society Phi Alpha Sigma YASUSHI MIYAZAVVA BARBARA MILLER Art and Business Administration major Sociology and Psychology major CUAB Qpresidentj Graduation Committee Homecoming Committee KELLY W. MYERS Music and Business Administration major Theatre Basketball B Dance Marathon Variety Show Choir H JONATHAN NITZ Accouniing major 'WBA 7"""KiV of JAMES R. RIDLEN Maihemaiics major Baskelbali Tennis Tri-Bela Nlalh Club lnlramurals PATRICK RYAN Physical Eaucaiion major Health minor Foorbail .l JOANN POOL Biology major . 'Nm 5, 'f5l:3x.j,:a i. :A . ""' ' .-:ns . zfgxf Q ' J ' - viilfevliv-gan '..i22zT3x' " iii N-is-'H .. ' ' X ',1..iX z, - 'agar , ,,- V : DAVID WAYNE SANDERS English major AURELIA LYNN PORA Biology lT1GjOl' Chemistry minor CUAB Qvisuol orts choirpersonj Homecoming Committee Blood Drive Committee Dod's Doy Committee Mom's Doy Committee Cheerleoding Tri-Beto Chemistry Club if RICHARD J SCHWARTZ Business Admlnistrotlon ond History mojor Golf crooibaii TAlVll J. REDINC-5 Politicol Science ond Business Administrotion mojor Pom-pons Mom's Doy Committee Judiciol Review Boord Homecoming Committee iiii SUSAN E. REGAN Accounting ond English mojor Student Comptroller Pom-pons Ski Club Cpresidentj JEFFREY ALAN SEABERG Speech Communicotionsf Theotre ond English mojor Theotre Voriety Show Qtechnicol director ond directory Collegions Elfz lntromurols LIZA SKOGLUND Psychology mojor Trock ond Field Wrllers Club JEEFREY DAVID SMITH -Elemenlory Educolion mojor RICHARD JAMES TAYLOR Elemenlory Eclucolion mojor Zelo Dello CUAB Qoff-compus enlerloinmenl choirpersonj "A Touch of 'Closs' 4980" Commit- lee Choir MICHAEL J. SOLCH Accounllng mojor NCC Honor Sooiely MARY ANN TERZAKIS Elemenlory Eclucolion mojor ' ' 1 , l DOUGLAS K. STRICKLAND Speech - Communications f THGCJTFG major WONC Qgeneral managerj Intramurals MARY JANE THEUS PSYCHOIOQY major Track and Field RITA E. TANDARIC History major GEORGIA VELISARIS Mathematics and . Physical Education i'T1GjOl' H Basketball ROY H. VERDIN Business Management Track and Field ,l,, A 1,V,A A Spectrum Csports, faculty, and 'AAZ major seniors editorj h -'r' 'citl FOOTDCIH Chef 5 Intramurals NCC Honor Society Qsecretaryj Phi Alpha Sigma Graduation Committee Variety Show "A Tough of 'Class' 4980" Committee - Mary Anice Seybold Scholarship BERNARD VERNER Nlothemotics ond Business Administrotion mojor Footboll Block Student Associotion Vorsity Club JUDY K. WOFFORD English ond Economics mojor Spectrum Qeditorj NC Chronicle NCC Theotre Guild Alpho Psi Omego Writers Club Phi Alpho Sigmo NCC Honor Society MONICA WARD Psychology moior Groduotion Committee RENA XIDAKIS French mojor Allionce Froncoise KATHYE WEIGHT Biology moior ' Tri-Beto Qsecretoryj SAVY YEB Accounting mojor E 2 2 2 f v 2 f E Z S E 5 s Q: Q 5 2 Q 2 zz 2 E li S 2 5 E V i Q, E! E 5 Z 2 2 5, 5 , 2 E E i 5. E 6 5 w 5 E 4? y,,,,g,m , 1 ,zz 451 ,V f . V a 4 Ji aw' 4 f 1 ,4 ff, " ,.4ff,,, Z , ff , , , Mfg .V M , Z5 ,l I M' lf, 7 4 ,f ,, 7, ,fi 74 I f Y 1, 1 , f 1 W' 1 0 fff y if , K , , Z f 1 if M, Y H W ' fffqf ' , 'wf'k4.:,f4-215.2-4-A. . ,,. ., - HWW9-:ffiuf ' .. ,, If ,f '23 fj ' ff f-H' f 1-fezefff-,n,,q.-,-gm.1jg-gg, en. .- .4 ,W - nw D' 3 ,Q :g1:,25z?2,.3.4:,,Q. ., ,,,-M ' . -fi X ' :px ' ,. V Ujiegzc wb HM, 2' ..,i1'f71E?55?T71k531' T ,.11az.gl.' 2-ga-lr" I 2.:.- . ,.:,x:ia-Fig. 'xhwvi-'i: ' 2 f K sm. Q .W-'f 'vw 0 my f 4 ,J a I UNDERLLASSMEN 2 '15- cp'-En ,gnu 5 'if 'SIDS' 9 1' zmlam Vw! 4-'r 5 c,l L "1 . .Y L 5 .Ci .WP f n- " A '? 1' ' FPA A, I 2 'Q- ' ' 1 2 F5 U .I L 'Ha N . L X Y A ' Lfhrx . ,J Q 'S' gr s -TQ .gf in " I. ' .cs ' "'-F F H w wf' T -,,i, '- 5 - -' S ,ff U 'NIX1' Tereso Addrns Toni Alessi Down Anderson Rob Addms Kdren Anderson UNDERCLASSMEN 'MW :Af Argue for your Iimirdrions, ond sure enough TI'1ey're yours. Riondrd Boon. Jeff Arbeil Carol ArmbrusT Brian Armsfrong UNDERCLASSMEN Susana Araya QW w f i I r Debra Baldare -:Aggie You Teach besT whaf you mosf need To learn. Richard Bach Amondo Borcne Tim Borkmcan Tim Borones Cindy Bcirojos Mario Bosiido UNDERCLASSMEN N f 'nf '11, I x 4 .9 Y K ll Friendship is life ci sneliering Tree. Anon. "1"f'f1r Suson Benbrook Morie Bowers Bob Brooiz Lori Beese UNDERCLASSMEN .si f - '. 7, ,Q , .W , A . 29 fu wx pf .., , 4 ' .Ui 'Q' , 'V K QS? 5 K, f.., , L fffifl, ' , -'AVN , iygz' POTTi Breslin LC1uriCh OUT ini o Wings of Silver. 'WW , V Hr f 4 1 , 5 if The deep - lei The shoreline go Joseph Broion Pere Brunoenler Cindy Buck Dororhy Broderick UNDERCLASSMEN 619' la ....,...--I JY' , V' Torn Burdelik Vvnen d friend dsks, There is no Tomorrow. Wings of Silver PaTTi Buchanan Nancy Carlsteat Nancy Cawley Carol BurkhoITer UI1del'ClCSSlTIel1 n'f':V 'qc, if ,-: 1 i ' ' 'NW iii? Kathryn Cerven '4Z...! I You have The freedom To be yourself here ana naw. Richard Bach UNDERCLASSMEN Mary Chancellor ,,,... 'Q nf' Belinda Cheek Sandy Cleslak Cindy Clark IGTL-'KP Neal Cleghorn 'NNW' T, T Every person, all The evenTs for your life are There because you have drawn Them There, whaT you chose To do wiTh Them is up To you. Richard Bach Diono Clemenfs Cc1Tny Clendening 4oTny Clendening Joy Congdon BeTn Clement UNDERCLASSMEN CoTny Creogen A friend is one who comes To you when oll oTners Ieove. Apples of Gold Debra Colin Kelli Comise Steven Cook UNDERCLASSMEN James Creek AA 'QV' Qffpv Diane Cushman 12222 The days ThaT make us happy make us wise. Apples of Gold Tanya Daniel Mary Dempsey David Depew UNDERCLASSMEN Crisri Dahrns UV' -r--nv 'UW Richard Depew A Teacher effecrs elernilyi Apples of Galcl l he can never Tell where his influence slaps UNDERCLASSMEN Mary Digrazia K : Dah Doblnick Paulo Dohoer Sherrie Edwards Edgar Ellis The power To love is God's grealesl glfl To mah for il never will be Taken from The blessed one who loves. Kahil Gibran UNDERCLASSMEN Sue Enlenmann William Fabian Dawn Fendi John Finnegan V... M -. fi' We as 'Nz o ,,, , , . "ins, 'L 7' 21 0' Q ff "i' Mary Flynn 'wer To unaersiancl ine neari ana mind of a person look noi al wnai ne nas alreacly achieved our al wnai he aspires To ao. Kanil Gibran UNDERCLASSMEN Mork Frickie Dirk G-Ioubke Roberi Glueckeri Richoro Fonzeh ww sf Mitch Grow A college grocluoie is o person who hoo o chohce To gel oh eoucoiioh Wings of Silver Jaleen Halm James Harris William Hawkins Jay Gusfafson UNDERCLASSMEN .,. f.,.-4 1 Ken Helberg A frue freind is forever a freind. Wings af Silver UNDERCLASSMEN Liso Henry Williom Herne lnsun l-lo Slocy Hoefi !'vx X .lone Hoff They soy if one unolerslonds himself, he unolerslnols oll people. Bui I soy To you, when one loves people he leorns somelhing oboul himself. 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Y, 2 512 'ov' J, aww NQYN f A 1 E s X I f i i f r 9 'Q ' V g Af' K ur ' 'Uv' F 'Q x dl X4 4 1 'WX 1, 5-A 1- my E . V Jfvraafv 'IJ-Q-ff? 'USB I - M f !'f"w "" af X QM! if Kcrhy Sorrnson Donna Spero Wm QW' Sherri Slorery Jane Snook Ann Soclerberg Becky Sphcmrf Sharon Vocek Mimi VonOosTe-rwijk 107 Mary Kaye Valdez Kevin Vaughn Kainryne Venslrom William Wahl Margaret Warren qs, 1, Af? fmh'Ii32z'.. ' L Debbie Wenrenberg Dave Weinfielv Jim Wnilcomb QW at-' ill 3 , wx? , .," ADW 1 i Louis Surprenonf Chris Swonson Cindi Sfeele Doug Stevenson Poulo Sfriklond Ron Swonson Jomes Tobor Micheol Thomos Gordon Thorpe Chrisrooher Trent Courrney Whirsell N A 'f 05, " inf-Y ,J "'f"""N fi - 1 1 V f fi, 1 1 Sreven WISSDYOOR "" f I , Tricia Williams or A 1 . r r 'A'v e W 1 " . jam W, L A we 'wx -.A A sm , 1 v " I V f 1, W Andrew Woods Julie Woroh Debro Wordinger R. .ix .f , me -32: ,Qlfx ' AQ. I f 0 . fsixmtb-f H? U,,.,x. Nj' in X L, 3 Susan Wright Keiko Yonogihoro Joan Zoforski Keifh Zobrist if if 4 wry f 5 2 y' ' ffwf' jg, ,w J ii 9 A 'vw 64 0, f ,J a I S. t-.5 'p hh ax. J' ' ' .,' I' 5 I f t' U? 'C ,, , ru., iv.. sl F55 U ' ' ' ' Ma ORGANIZATIGNS 3 I , V po ,mv 7 mf ' Qui I ,f . '.-U Q J.. 1.1, ? s f.: 'BA n 3055 dy'-in ,gnu 6 r Taka fwi QW' PSI CHI Front Dr Engelhardt Barbara Vetere Dr. Wulatin, Becky Sphatt, Kelli Cornise, Mary Di Grazia, Dorothy Young Middle Lesley Wilcoxson Amanda Barche Dorothy Rldlngs Kathy Maloney, Stat Leturno, Peter Vesely, Miriam Wade, Mary Beth Marshall Mike Moser Preident Swing Back Beth Walsh Liz Skinnell Dr Sawyer, Kris Miner, Pat Pajor, Kathy Novak, Catherine DuSoId Dean Taylor and Dr Lawson Psi Chl is an honorary fraternity open to students Majoring in psychology. Eligible students must have a 3.0 grade aver- age in at least three psychology courses, and a 2.8 grade average overall. The society has bi-monthly meetings in which topics of interest are discussed. President Liz Skinnell Vice Presideriis Kelli Comise ond Lesley Wiicoxson Secretory Beih Woish Oh no, here comes The R.A.! These cries con be heord mony Times Through- R A S ouT The yeor in The residence holls. R.A.s ore noT responsible for discipline ' ' ' only, buT They ore The sTudenTs in The dorms who Try ond insure The well being of edch sTudenT on Their floor. They olso orgonize dorm ond floor ocTiviTies dimed oT moking dorm living d memoroble experience. FronT: Cheryl Locefield, Sdndy Sincldir, Noncy Cowley. Bock: Mdrk SoTTeIberg, Jim Hdrris, Berndrd Verner, Liz Skinnell, Kris Miner, Noncy CorlsTedT, STeve lVlcGdrry, ond Korl Schleich. Someiimes we Turn Their worlds upside down. Holi direciors oiwoys seem To be There when There's on emergency. They. Too plon dorm ooiiviiies. Their friendship ond ieodership mokes The dorm seem more like home. ' ' ' i . ... ,L 4 Tom Rickeri, Kimmel: Dove Horimon, Geiger: Lyn Fuireli, Roll: Tom Furreli, Roll: ond Andy Adoms, Seoger. fl CHRCNICLE STAFF lk Bob Povelek, sporis ediior. Keith Mozikowski, editor-in-chief. Johonno Konrod, odveriising ediior. Q S Q ' R 5 Amy Shorer, feoiures ediior. Chris Trent, photographer. below. '48 A 5. mr Mike Kolodziej, reoorrer. Bob MCG-rorh, reporter. Poul Kerksrro, ediroriolisf. , ' X , , f 3, f ,' E.A.O E.A.O. is The EnvironmenTal Aware- ness OrganizaTion. The club cleans up local spoTs such as The pond by The fieldhouse and roadsides. lT also sponsors lecTures and Trips To ecol- ogy minded places. 'i -2 1 ,?"f"'iQAm,M -HMA L.I.F.E. We do noi oiwoys reoiize ev- eryihing L.l.F.E. does for us. Lei- sure is For Everyone sponsors recreoiionoi ociiviiies ihroughoui The yeor. Piciureci here is The new gornes doy held during spring Term. Every- one is inviieoi ond enoouroged To poriicipoie. VARSITY CLUB The Vorsity Club is open to ony- one who hos eorneoi o vorsity letter ot NCC. The club rents re- frigerotors to resident students, sponsors trips for members to othietic events ond sponsors concessions ot home othietic events. This yeor, Vorsity Club sponsored o sprucing up of the fieidhouse. aim, , T 'Mfg' f "1 . 5' ""'-N.. -I-was 1 - WW, ' .5 S Z' .A.B. --. .si ., ., S.A.B. is The STudenT Affoirs Bodrd. dnd iT decides rndny Things ThoT df- fecT sTudenTs direcTIy. IT dIIocdTes The sTudenT dcTiviTy fee To The vor- ious orgdnizdTions, which in Turn de- Termines The Types of sTudenT dc- TiviTies There will be. This yedr S.A.B. Tried To rndke iTseif more known so ThoT sTudenTs will be beTTer dole To hdve o soy in The decision rndking processes. . ' X Q ' 5 . ik, T sm ,fu ,I f2 f"l- 5. - ' ,gy K I X Q' '-' , Z, -. 1 'Q' ,:- 5 1, -' Vw V . "' J T Hx' '- .. " I if Q-bi' if f W 7 T WK . ' ff r' ri. X K 1 l ju: 'V rx., .4 4 XW s1. 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