North Central College - Spectrum Yearbook (Naperville, IL)
- Class of 1988
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Homecoming '87 was definitely a "Voyage
Beyond the Stars. " The week 's acti'vities be-
gan wi'th a video dance at the fieldhouse. A
"blast" was had by those who attended the
send-off party. Saturday night there was a
battle for the title of "Couple of the Future."
The winners were Obrad Kesic 8 Becky
Blanchardp Tony Passi 8 Kristy Bachlerg
Rich Scopp 8 Donna Ott. On Tuesday even-
ing the gamblers traveled to taste "Nightlife
in Mars." This futuristic version of casi'no
night was a success so Tracy Walls Smith
thought. To celebrate Homecoming, Kauf-
man treated all to a "Future Dinner". Pep
Bally '87 with the traditional bonfire was a
little damp but exciting for the chosen court:
Freshman Sandy Barnettp Sophomore
Ophelia Johnsong Junior Dawn Brooks: Sen-
ior Attendant Julie Bartelson - Queen
Joney Bartucci' and Casanova Marc Brown-
ing. The game was a successful victory over
Carthage. Destination Unknown - Fox Val-
ley Country Club - and Homecoming
Dance '87 the final orbit. lt was an unforget-
table night and week!
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"The Homecoming Dance was an enjoyable
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People were amused by a group of students
who worked many hours to perfect Noliere's
The Imaginary Invalid. The fall play dealt
with Argan's lJohn Hortoni obsession with
daily injections, pills, and doctors. Compos-
ing the rest of the cast were: his wife Beline
lDonna Fletcherlg daughter Angelique lErin
Cotnerjg Cleante lJeff Rayjq Tionette lChris-
tie Hubbardjg Mr. Fleurant fHajira Shariffjg
Thomas Diatoirus lGregg Lloydjf Mr. Dia-
foirus l Tony Vaughnjg Mr. Purgon lKelly
Thomasjg Baeralde lZoe Rogerj. Not pio-
tured Louisa I Tina Schapj and Mr. de Bon-
nejoy lJoe Varnol. This 17th century play
was entertaining and well-done.
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. Dad and my family. " - Karl Brooks
October 31st wasn 't only Halloween - it also was
the celebrated Dad's Day. ln honor of the occa-
sion, the theme was chosen to be "The Magic of
Dad." The football game against Augustana
wasn't a victory, but it was a good battle. After the
game, parents and families were invited to the
Fieldhouse for a hypnotist's show. The perfor-
mance was very entertaining to all who watched.
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the mentalist from the Blue Moon
This fall there were a variety of things happen-
ing on campus. ln September MSA has a "mix-
er" and began their Big Brother!Sister pro-
gram. They also, with SA, put on a forum con-
cerning the lack of black professors on cam-
pus. UMSO also had a mixer to begin the year
and sponsored a Christian Bock dance with
FCA. Tempting the taste-buds were bake-sales
by NTSO, SLA TE and international club. Tri
Beta held their annual Cheese and Tea. POLIS
and ideas in Action held a successful can drive
to feed the hungry and CUAB brought many
entertainers for their Blue Moon Cafe. AMA
held a number of lectures dealing with the field
of marketingfbusiness. All in All it was a very
active fall term.
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Winter Carnival was a little backwards this
year, at least that's what the theme was. On
Monday, Kaufman switched and served
breakfast at dinner to get into the spirit of
the week. "Mr Mom" was shown to reverse
the role for a while. Thursday Kaufman
donned the 50's look as a background for
some sneak previews of Bye Bye Birdie.
Jeopardy was also played on Friday night for
those avid game show people. Saturday
ended "Backwards Week" with the dance
"Opposites Attract." The court was select-
ed and given the tiaras, flowers, and banners
- only this time they were placed on the
guys. Yes, the chosen few were Randall
House and Curt Vollman, freshmang Shawn
Welti, sophomoreg Jerry Pietryk, junior,' and
senior attendant, Andy Walsh. The "Casan-
ova" was Sandy Greves and the "Queen"
was Marc Browning. Z95 kept everyone
dancing for the night. A fun time was had by
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Lights . . . Camera . . . Action and action
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26, 27, and 28. The winter production
was the musical Bye Bye Birdie. lt fea-
tured "Put on a Happy Face" and "One
t Last Kiss. " The show was sold out for
three of the four productions. The involve-
t ment ranged from freshmen to seniors to
t faculty to "young" stars. Dean Moser,
Paul Connor, and Dr. Talley were the fac-
ulty memoers taking part. Another new
face on the Pfeiffer Hall stage was Eric
t Loscheider a 70 year old from Naperville.
lt was evident that much time and effort
1 was put into Bye Bye Birdie by every-
l one. Thank you for a show well done!!
"lt's so great! Everyone goes out
there ton stagel and has so much
fun. lt just works. lt's gotta work!"
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"Although sisters can be pains some-
times, We had a GREAT weekend!"
Here we come Chicago! February 20 was the NCC
Siblings Day. Students and siblings were invited to
go into Chicago for the day. The Museum of Sci-
ence and lndustry was the first stop on the sched-
ule. Everyone was left to discover the wonders of
science. After this it was on to Edwardo 's Pizza for
lunch. To finish off the day, time was spent at the
Shed Aquarium. lt was a special treat sponsored
by CUAB, for students and thier siblings to spend
some time together.
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Winter term "88" wasn't a quiet time on
campus. There were dances, entertainers,
and even a variety show. To kick off the
term, PHA sponsored a New Year's Eve
"Procrastination" Dance. This was one
"project" everyone who attended managed
to finish on time. The Blue Moon Cates tea-
tured such names as Henry Cho, Kier, Fton-
dell Sheridan, and Mark Pitta. We Can Make
You Laugh returned and a special attraction
was a concert by Dana Carvey the Church
Lady on Saturday Night Live. NCC's very
own entertainers were featured at the APO
varsity show, Moves, lnc. took firstprize with
Sergeant Salts second, and Tracy Smith
third. Valentine's Day did not go by unno-
ticed. Pi Kappa Delta held a dance to cele-
brate this day. CIA sponsored a ski-trip for
all the snow-bunnies. The term drew to a
close with a dance sponsored by the Wom-
en 's Support Group, a sub-group of MSA.
That's what happened!
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Back R: Nancy Kruschke, Curt Bollman, Kelly Thomas, Brad Todden, Gary Chezem,
Jane Lang, Middle H: Mike Koch, Amy Rosenquist, Vicky Mahl, Tim Gossett, Front R:
Amy Van Matre, Todd Zorn, Robin Frohlich, Vicki Huffman, Tina Cheever,
Mike Koch Amy Van Matre Carol Giagnoni Jane Lang Tim Gossett
Performing 95 times throughout Illinois, lndi-
ana, Michigan, Ohio, and Wisconsin, New
Visions represented NCC as a campus min-
istry dramatic musical touring company. Au-
ditions were held the first Monday of the year
to fill the vacancies left by last year's sen-
Four students are invited each year to tour full
time in the summer for ten weeks lt is a paid
experience worth more than money
internship, but leaves each member with an
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Vassar, Ed Clarkg Middle R: Barb Miller, Mike Kock, Becky Blanchard.
Rhonda Bayles, Kerry Kropusek, Anita Virgiiio, Christina Beavers, Erin
Cotnerg Front R: Obrad Kesic, Dave Soliday, Julie Bartelson
President Obrad Kesic, Vice-President
Dave Solida y, and secretary Julie Bartel-
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The Student Executive Board ISEBj spent the
year dealing with many important issues deal-
ing with the student body. Meeting once every
two weeks the board worked on reviewing all
club constitutions and many other issues.
Representatives Jennifer Murphy, Kevin Enke, Lysandra Barnett Ed
Clark, Amy Gillis. Not pictured Randy House.
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Recently upperclassmen voiced that they felt
their freshmen year could have been improved
if they could have been made more aware of
their surroundings. Freshman were also alienat-
ed because they did not have a voice in the
student government. Action has been taken
and this year marks the maiden voyage of the
Freshman Class Board. The Board will give the
freshman a voice in government and a way to
voice their wants and needs.
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Back F? Kristin Spaulding Roger Werries Jeannie Moran, Jodi Johns, Wckie
Rempert Amy Titsworth Pam Salik Becky Smith: Middle H: Marianne
McCarthy Barb Marrero Janet Kiemel Dave Soliday, Dana Badloft Cinly
Field Shar Penn Pam Gerardy Lisa Tammen Kerry Kropusek, Doris War-
cup Sandy Greeves Christina Beavers' Front B: Terri Dovekis, Christie
Hubbard Eve Ogan Amy Seitz Michelle Henke, Debbie Graft
Ofhcers Dr Horner B. Smith, D. Graft D. Warcup, J.
Bartucci J Evitts L. Tammen, P. Gerardy, S. Greves,
C Beavers B Marrero K Kropusek, E Ogan.
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The College Union Activities Board
lCUABl spent the year planning and run-
ning many student events. Major events
sponsored by cuab include Dad's Day,
Homecoming, Winter Carnival, Mom's
Day, Spring Dance, Movies, Blue Moon
Cafe, Sibling's Day, and many other
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APO is an honorary dramatic fraternity
whose goal is to make the school and
surrounding communities aware of the-
atre and theatre arts. Activities spon-
sored by APO include the APO Annual
Halloween Bash, Annual Variety show,
and the Stratford Theatre Festival.
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Back R: Sheila Howard, Kristy Witt, Pete Fippenger, Tom Dominick, Cherrie Robe-
son, Rob Freidmang Front Fl: Kathy Angelo, Mita Patel Marie Sheehan, Jane
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Members Becky Nichols, Heather Messier, Kathy Speck, Amy Roller, John
Wieser, Kwang Marler, Shar Penn Liz Dillard, Mike Salisbury, and Cindy
Tri-Beta is an honorary biological fraternity, with full
membership being restricted to declared biology ma-
jors. Associate status is given to students who have
demonstrated an interest in biology by taking at least
two biology courses and achieving a specific GPA. The
Annual Cheese Tea is held each fall to open the new
year. They are also responsible for bringing guest
speakers to campus.
A ,il fu, ACTION
As a new organization on campus, ideas in Action
provided students a chance to become aware of such
social problems as hunger, illiteracy, the homeless, and
world peace. issues were handled in a discussion for-
mat and with hands-on experience.
The lnterna tional Club spent a great deal of time getting
together to plan different events such as, guest speak-
ers, forums, and festivals. Fall term they held a very
successful Short Bread sale and winter term they invited
a guest speaker to campus.
The 1987-88 international Club Members.
Officers Ouyen Huyhn, Becky Cope, Jennifer
Mehlan, Joshiko Jo, and Becky Thomas.
Back R: Scott King, Don Bedford, Tim Burch, Dave Corby, Shelly Penberthy:
Front R: Michelle Burnard Michelle Scara, Jeni Kendall, Kris Thiemke, and
The Pep Band, under the direction of Kris
Thiemke and Michelle Scara, gathered together
during Winter term. They practiced hard to pro-
mote NCC spirit at the home basketball games.
A lot of talent was found and great sounds were
performed at the basketball games.
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Back R5 Kathy Speck, Wendy lngels, Jon Baker, Holly Swalve, George
Adams, Michelle Burnard, Angie Quick, Julie Jacque: Front Rf Lisa Butler,
Tim Gossett, Kris Thiemke, Sarah Wright, Sue Brill.
President Sarah Wright, VP Kris Thiemke,
Treasurer Tim Gossett, Secretary Sue
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The United Methodist Student Organization
strived this year to build a community of faith
and Christian fellowship while supporting one
another. Activities include a pizza taste-off'
community projects, moviesg lock-ins,' and a
trip to Chicago.
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The Fellowship for Christian Athletes is a group
open to anyone and everyone. Time spent in
the club gives athletes, coaches, and all whom
they influence the challenge and adventure of
receiving Jesus Christ as our Savior and Lord,
serving Him in their relationships and in the
fellowship of the church.
Front R, Natalie Witt, Jon Baker, Rhonda Bayles, Holly Swalve, Doug Hearn,
Officers. Jon Baker, Rhonda Bayles, Holly
Swalve, Doug Hearn
Back R: Lisa Lackey, Tom Rash, Bradley Johnson, Becky Smith, Terri
Doveikis, Chuck Linneman, Front R: Christina Beavers, Jerry Evitts, Vicki
Janczak, Michelle Gust
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Officers: Carlos Barba, Scott Homa, Lisa Wollershiem, Al Zeman, Doug
The Resident Hall Association began the
year with a very successful Homecoming
Carnation Sale. Other events sponsored
by RHA include an Academic Forum and
a Procrastination New Year's Dance.
Their main goal was to serve the resident
students needs, so such topics as 24 visi-
tation, vandelism to dorms by non-stu-
dents, and Kaufman food service were
The intramural Board was very busy this
year. Among the usual intramural teams
of volleyball, softball, basketball, and
bowling they also provided a one day golf
tournament and a one day volleyball tour-
Back R Enn Cotner Greg Lloyd Erik Kanter Richard Paine Mike Dreher
John Welk David Vaughn Scott Wehrlhl Front H Heather Messier Ann
Zeldman Kendra Fuson Kary Kaczmarski Laura Lorca Ha1rrffShariff Flo
Speakman Not Pictured Beth Yenench Don Bedford and April Smith
Pi Kappa Delta members David Vaughn Kendra Fuson Anne Zeld-
man Kary Kaczmarski Beth Yenerich Mike Dreher and John Welk.
This year the NCC Forensics team traveled
across illinois iowa Ohio attending speech
tournaments The team consisted of our twenty
members who regularly traveled and competed
in the tournaments to qualify for the National
Forensics Tournament This year the national
tournament is in Tempe Arizona and to earn
money for the trip the Forensics team sold tick
ets for a raffle and held a Valentines Day
Pi Kappa Delta is the honorary fraternity for
Forensics. The members on this club work
on and for the NCC Forensics team helping
them to develop the skills needed for speech
Back R: Ruben Karhai-Zamora, Regina Mason, Lisa Butler, Melonie, Walter
Leverett, Drew Hunter, Sonya Garnett, Jessica Porter, Keith, Mark, Front R: Alex
Tyus, Tony Vaughn, Nadia Karhai-Zamora, Bryon Robertson, Esther Benjamin,
and Vanessa Dudley.
Officers: Tony Vaughn, Treasurerf Byron Robertson,
President: Nadia-Karhai-Zamora Vice-President
The Minority Student Association lMSAi strived this
year to provide the NCC community with information
focusing on the concerns of all minorities, to help
others in need, and to be a indiginous support com-
munity. Activities sponsored by MSA include the Big
Brother!Sister Picnic, Black History Month, various
dances, Alpha Romeo Mens support group, Women
of Distinction support group, and several lock-ins.
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The Chaplain's Advisory Board lCABi focused
their attention of facilitating communication be-
tween the college chaplain 's office and the various
Christian Fellowships on campus, to evaluate
present campus ministry programs and invision
new events, and to encourage student leadership
in campus ministry events. Activities that they pro-
moted include a Cultural Awareness Retreat for
majority and minority students, NCC Women 's
Retreat on Role and image, Cross Pressures Se-
ries in the residence halls and Friday Morning
Campus Ministry Open House.
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Back R: Diane Wrona, Michael Dreher, Scott Hildreth, Bill Hamilton, Kris
Thiemke Front R5 George Adams, Stacy Marinier, Rosemary Petryk
Vice-President George Adams, President
Stacy Mariner, Secretary Rosemary Pe-
Officers: Stephanie Smith, Zolita Lyon, Marie Sheehan, Christian Bea-
vers, and Professor Fitzsimmons
The Math Club spent their year getting together to
do math related activities and other non-academic
activities. They also spent time discussing what
they can do with a math background after gradu-
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The Student Leader Association for Teacher
Education placed their goal for improved pro-
grams, a peer-mentor program, and to do fund
raisers. Activities SLA TE was involved in in-
cluded Homecoming Balloon Sale, an AV
Workshop, guest speakers, bake sales, and
many workshops and socials.
Back R: Dr. Frolick, Phil Albano, Andrew Pohlmann, Bruce Latimer, Front R:
Robert Frolick, Jenny Mehlan, Anne Joh, Sarah Gilman, Linda Dowsma,
Becky Smith, Chris Kessler, John Wieser
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Pohlmann,' Secretary Christie Hubbard
Annie Kohler, Kristy Bachler, Barry Skurkis, Lisa Kendzior, Steve Lane, Deb
Robers, Chris Casey
Secretary Kristy Bachler, Vice-President Deb
Flobers, and President Annie Kohler
POLIS did a lot of hard work this year.
Their activities centered around their main
purpose of covering the whole spectrum
of issues within the subject of political
science. Activities they sponsored were
the Can Drive, to feed the hungryg Food
for Thought, a hunger simulationp a voter
registration drive: a United Nations Simu-
lation, and, various film festivals.
The Impressions Art Clubs main goal is to
promote art awareness to the campus
and community and to provide exper-
ience for those in the art profession. On
campus they have held activities such as
Art Sales, Snow Sculpture Contest, and a
Sidewalk Coloring Contest.
NTSO Members Karen Cook Anne Kohutko Jan McArdle Zolita
Lyon and advisor Sany Mc Dermott
7987 88 AMA Members
This organization has been established to act
as a liaison between NCC SA and Non-Tradi-
tional Students, Also, it will provide activities for
and facilitate comaradies between the Non-
Traditional students on campus. Activities that
ha ve been sponsored by N TSO include socials,
round-table discussions, bake sales, dessert
bar for charity, and co-sponsoring the Winter
Carnival Dance with CUAB
The American Marketing Association of NCC
has been a very active club on campus this
year They ha ve sponsored many trips to trade
shows offered a trip to the National AMA Con
vention in St Louis and have had many guest
speakers come to campus Membership in th
club has been on the rise and is looking good
for the following year One project that they put
a lot of effort into was the designing and mar
keting of NCC boxer shorts
Front R: John Madormo and Mike Van Pouckef Second R: Stacy Berns, Pete
Richardson, Denise Johnson, Ric Federighi, Joe Ambrose, Kerry Kropusek,
Donika Selenica, Maria Tramonte, Kim Jeschg Third R: Mark Yuhas, John
Welk, Greg Gates, Beth Yenerich, Mike Dreher, Donna Brazas, Erin Cotner,
Elaine Rousonelos, Laura Loica, Mike Oldenettel, Vince Vicelig Fourth R: Rob
Winsall, John Horton, Becky Blanchard, Rich Baldino, Tom Racey, Jennifer
Bahan, Kelly Jakobowski, Jeff Zoephel, Sterling Hazen: Fifth R: Mark
Krueger, Erik Kanter, Rich Aguilera, Steve Paska, Tim Gossett, Curt Vollman,
Roger Werries, Rob Hemmelgarn, Jerry Duttlinger, Tracey Stohl, Mike Rog-
ers, Steve Zurek, Jim Koth, and Scott Slocum.
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grown quite a bit. increase in staff size and
quality in programs. This year they offered a
special give-away for Valentine 's Day. They raf-
fled off a Kaufman dinner for two with limo
service to those who listened to the station.
Other activities they sponsored include a eat-
off contest and a Chronicle - WONC basketball
The Commuter information Association tClAl
spent fall term reogranizing. Patti Pasini was elect-
ed president and began to take the organization in
the right direction. During Winter term ClA began
to plan various activities such as a ski trip for all
students, a road rally, and during spring term their
annual trip to Great America.
Members of ClA include: Patti Pasini tPresidentl,
Ann Conlin iVice-presidentl, Tim Herlihy tSecre-
taryl, John Divelbiss tTreasurerj, Erin Raese ipub-
licityj, Al Betting, Russ Jones, Joni Bartucci, Mike
Neakarse, Scott Whittle, Scott Hayden, Mike Co-
letto, Craig Cirko, and Mike Clardy iAdvisorj.
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Spirit all over campus. With new improved
cheers and involving themselves in various ac- ,Q
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forming at football and basketball games, plan-
ning the Homecoming Pep Ftally, and selling
spirit buttons are just some of the activities they
were involved in.
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Editors Vince Vieceli, Jenny Mehlan, Brad
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Conners lectures the team. C. Clint Mobley carries the ball for some
yardage. D. Marc Browning takes a fall. E Running back Loren
Shrout strutting his stuff F Rob Williams takes a break. G. John
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he 1987 Fighting Cardinals had a very impressive
season. They began their season with a five game
winning streak, losing to Millikin in the sixth game. Then
they came back for a tough lose to Augustana. This put
them in a tie for the lead in the CCIW Their season
ending record was 7-2. The team was coached by Paul
Conners, who was proud of his team. The team was
lead by All-American quarterback Marc Browning, Sen-
iors John Griffin, Rick Mateja, Loren Shrout and Rob
Williams- all Co-Captains.
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he 1988 Men 's Basketball Team had a good year, especial-
ly in the conference Coach Bill Warden and the team trav-
eled to Florida for three games and got away from the cold. The
team also attended the Marshall Optimist Tournament in Marshall,
A. Senior Jeff Lewis waits for the referees o. k. B. Senior Scott
Slocum and Junior Bob Hemmelgarn play defense.
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A And they re off' B The varsity teams top runners
C Freshman Brian Wilson Steve Schiunz and Steve
Schwarting stick together
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Cardinals faced this challenge very well. They had
a winning season.
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a winning season. The team had six shutouts and
set a school record of eleven straight wins. They also
beat the Wheaton soccer team for the first time in NCC
history. Coach Palmer was very proud of his team as
they ended the season with a record of 12-2- 7.
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days. The NCC swim team really kept afloat!
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their support. C. The girls stretch and talk about strategies for the game. D.
Suzie Boehm sets the ball. E Coach Thurwater talks to her team before the
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season as they ended with a winning record.
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team went on various winning streaks. Roadblocks
appeared when minor injuries hit the team in the
middle of the season. They ended their season with a
conference finish of 4th place and are looking for-
ward to improving next year when there will be three
returning senior players.
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was young, with only three returning wrestlers, but
had every weight covered and held up very well.
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B. Coach Palmer confers with his athlete. C. Our
team wins this one. D. Joe Farnetti battles it out. E
Kevin Jennings prepares for his match. F Eric tries
to get a takedown. G. Danny Franch fights off his
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The team had good talent in both running and Held events. The team
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'35 Vanhootegem and Dan Rowan battle it out against the University
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son. The team ran coed meets as well as by them-
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A. The women sprinters ready themselves. B. The milers
trudge on. C. Coach Thurwachter keeps stats.
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I-'ACLIL TY AND STAFF
Richard Taylor, Dean of Faculty
Adult and Continuing
President Gael Swing and Michael Moser, Dean Carol Brown, Dean of
Pierre Lebeau, Assis-
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James Dufiin-Computer Science
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Gary Ernst-Business Administration
David Frolick-Political Science
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Donald .Johnson-Computer Science
James Kowal-Computer Science
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Mary Jean L ynch-Psychology
Marco Masini-Seeger Hail Director
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Edward Meachen-Director of Library
Howard Mueller-Religious Studies
Richard Snediker-Director of
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T es a !!
Vote, Vote, Vote!! That became a motto on our NCC campus for one grueling
week of campaigni'ng. The SA Elections, headed up by the Senior Elections
Committee, took place during the 6th and 7th weeks of Winter Term. lt all
started wi'th a candidate social where applications could be picked up and
questions answered. Soon our campus was wall papered wi'th posters and
fliers which informed the student body who was running for the open positions.
"G.A. for S.A. "Leave i't to Beaver", "Jammin' with Tammin"', and "Mona
Marbles" became the popular phrases of many students. After two candidate
forums it was time to go to the polls. A record number of students turned out
to vote and the electi'ons
were a success - good
luck to all the new lead-
ers of next year!!
C UAB President-Christina
SA Secretary-Tracy Smith
SEB-Carlos Barba, Jeff
Maurer, Eve Ogan,
Sarah Wright, Karl
x Benjamin, Pete
T' Mason, and Jenny
Janessa, Tami Brinker,
Jerry Evitts, and Tom
' Budget and Finance-
Kendra Fuson and
' Bryan Barus
Teacher Ed. Comm-Donna
Barba, Jenny Mehlan,
1 ,,,,,, and Karl Brooks
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it Student Affairs-Sarah
Wright, Lisa Tammen,
and Penny Corpus
L ysandra Barnett and
, Randall House
T Esther Benjamin and
Work, for some of us, was something we had too much of For others, work
was necessary to get through college. On campus jobs provide students
with a chance to interact with faculty and staff on a personal level. Off
campus jobs were pretty easy to find in growing Naperville. But what do
people think about working? Ouyen Huhn, who works at the library "l like
working here." ln the mailroom where Penny Corpus works, her biggest
complaint is that "I never get any mail. " Ty, from Kaufman says, "lt stinks
but we make the most of it. " And finally, Terri Knoble says "You see and
meet a lot of people in the library. " During the college years it may be easy
to say: Can't live with work, and you can't live without it.
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During February 76th and 21st Dave Sollday ISA VP! and
Kerry Kropusek KCUAB Presj spent thelr tlme rn Washington
D C to attend the National NACCA conference There were
many entertainers who performed along with educational
sessions that provided them with rnformatron on communrca
tlon developing a hlgh proflle for your student government
and Intervention strategies lt was also helpful rn that they
were able to prck up drfferent Ideas from schools from all over
the natron Dave Sollday reflected on hrs experience by say
rng lt was a very long week along wlth berng very rnforma
tlve and fun'
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St Lours played host to srx of NCC s AMA members as they attended Market
rng Maglc an AMA conference rn February The seminar was held rn the Clarlon
Hotel and gave students the opportunity to hear various speakers from large Amerrcan
companres After the mornrng a great luncheon was had with Robert Wallace Executive
Editor of Rolling Stone Magazrne to follow as the keynote speaker The seminar was
ended with outstanding student awards David Olsson was awarded one on behalf of the
St Lours chapter of AMA
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On February 26th and 27th, members from the Chronicle staff attended the
lllinois College Press Association Conference in Chicago. Members who par-
ticipated include: Bradley Johnson, Matt Hook, Chris Baker, Mark Mc Ouade,
Chan Dobberstien, Maria Tramonte, and Kathy Maurer. The Chronicle re-
cieved two awards, first, a 2nd place for Photo Essay in a Non-Daily, Small
School Paper done by Bradley Johnson, Chris Baker, Phil Albano, and Vince
Vicelli. The second award went to Phil Albano for his first place finish in the
category of Sports Photo in a Non-Daily, Small School paper.
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The NCC group -SIFE Students ln Free
Enterprise, is a non-profit organization
which is a student organization to pro-
mote a better understanding of current
economic issues and to develop an ap-
preciation for the free enterprise sys-
tem. The NCC SIFE team has se-
lected "Growth in DuPage County" as
their theme as they seek to discover
how the national deficit effects growth
i'n DuPage County, the increased
growth of enterpeneuers in DuPage
County, and an ethical standpoint on
change that is incurred by DuPage County. Members of SIFE include: President Stephen Jacobs
Treasurer Tim Herlehy, Secretary Scott Homa, Joney Bartuccl, Cathy Rauscher Kenra Hearld
Paul Fox, Tricia Stepan, Mike Potrawski, Mike Van Poucke, and Maureen La Faver
On the weekend of February 79th and
20th Chuck Lrnneman Carleen Ver
straete and Wendy Wrlgenbusch re
presented the NCC RHA at the lllrnors
Resrdence Hall Assocratron Confer
ence lt was held at Western lllrnors
Unrversrty rn Macomb lllrnors and rt
provrded all who attended wrth rnfor
matron about how other schools con
ducted therr Rl-lA s Workshops helped
educate the leadershrp gualrtres and
necessary set ups to ha ve a productrve
Over rnterm a group of students vrsrted the West as they re
searched and lrved rn the desert The group drove to Arrzona to
lrve and study the several drtferent desert ecosystems They
backpacked down Mt Lemmon of the Santa Catalrna Mountarn
Ftange whrch allowed them to s udy the changes rn the ecosys
camped rn Organ Prpe Natrona! Monument for a week dorng
studres on the plants and anrmals that lrved wrthrn the regron
Therr trnal adventure was a study of the Grand Canyon to see
the geologrcal changes that exrst Pete Frpprnger sard the follow
rng about hrs experrence A unrque opportunrty to learn what
makes the desert such a unusual ecosystem and what specral
adaptatrons must be made for someone or somethrng to lrve
there Members ofthe trrprnclude Dr Marsh Krrsty Wrtt Dave
l-larrrngton Sharon McNabb Mrchelle Jaeger Cherrr Ftoeson
Steve Frelen Steve Monroe Bob Poe! Peter Frpprnger and
Kevrn O Brren
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During Winter Term, Christie Hubbard and John Horton took a trip to the ACTF
Confence. The conference brought together many drama students from the mid-
west to compete for first place. ln order to get in the competition you needed to first
be selected from a panel of judges. Christie Hubbard was selected and used John
Horton as her scene partner. Christie said this about her performance: "While l did
not make the finals, l still felt very honored to be chosen to compete. " John Horton
had visited the conference the previous year and felt that the conference "makes
one strive harder as an actor. You see what competition is out there and it really
gi'ves you a good feeling. " 1
ln the middle of fall term, NCC sent a group
of eight students and two advisors to repre-
sent us at the Regional NACCA Confer-
ence. There, such students and Mona Martin
and Walter Leverett spent time in workshops
learning leadership qualities and in the audi-
ence as they watched performers of all sorts.
The conference was held in Peoria, Illinois
and a good time was had by all.
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or all of us on the Spectrum staff it was a year of New Beginnings. As
we came together in the fall we knew little about one another, but
through the struggle, excitement, and experience of making this
yearbook we have grown together as a family. Many hours have been
poured into this book - by each editor - and it was with the help and
dedication of each one of them that this book has been created. There
were many other people who have helped us in our efforts and it is to them
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that we would like to extend a special thanks:
' to Josten 's our publisher and Jim Bull our Rep.
to Halterman's our main photographer
' to Mike De Lillie for our cover design
' to Matt Hook and Bradley Johnson for develop-
ing some rolls of film for our deadline
' to Dave Abrams, Anita Artensen, Don Bedford,
Jerry Evitts, Kathy Maur, Leslie Mason, and Mrs.
Bea vers for taking various pictures that we have
used throughout the book
' to Matt Hook, once again, for his special interest
in the Senior section and the development of the
THANKS AGAlN TO EVERYONE FOR YOUR
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As it is 4:50am in the morning and I have just compteted
deadline for the book, I would like to take- a I
reflect back upon the past year. s i I
Coming back inthe fall there were many new faces on campus along
with the friendly familiar faces from before. It was atthis time that
my staff and I selected our theme "New beginnings". To rayselfl
thought this could be a great theme, for theyyycasegpf the
yearbook new actions have been taken iii getting on
time and working with a full, motivated. arid. dedicated staff. but
this is not the only reason why I believe our theme isW'great', it is
because it is an idea that everyone can relate to in her or his own
experience in the last year. Defrsonally, this year has been a
tremendous one for me. one I would never change. for my 'new
beginning' has come through all of you, my friends. It was through
Dave, Oompa, and brad that I was constantly reminded to keep
smiling: Leslie, Kim, and Michelle J. allowed me to airxmy many
frustrations and problems. it was through Marianneithatiigi gained
another hour in the day as I owe her many favors. Anita me the
chance to succeed as I spent many early. morning hours room
completing homework assignments, and it was throughtthe. all the
various committees and groups that I worked with that edu-
cate me in a variety of ways. This 'new beginning' was also shown by
the entire NCC campusas you gave support activities and ideas
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In closing there are just two things left to say. First a special thanks
to the entire yearbook staff for getting the job done and to Jerry.
Mom. Dad. and Kory Far their endless support, understanding, and
love throughout the past year. And, second. to the senior class
that will not be back next year- As you leave North Central for the
final time as a student and search for all your new beginnings.
please dont forget the past. but when you are feeling lonely.
afraid, or frustrated in your search remember all the good times.
familiar faces. and caring friends that will think about you always.
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