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Empty but not for longg the quiet will soon be
broken by the Seniors coming home to Long Dorm
for their final year.
Venting their first semester frustrations, Heidi
Howell, Nlary Flobinette and Donna Ashe get
together for a little clean cream fun outside Long
After ceramics class, Betsy Fleiners, Emily
Wireman and Linda Lanier stop by the yearbook
room to look at pictures and the '55 Arete.'
Mew eem kay
And We IVIoved
Change. Its something that can be
alternatively exciting or frightening,
greeted with dismay, exhilaration, or
relief. Some people look at change with
countenance of a paralyzed rabbit, while
other individuals rush into it headlong.
The only thing about change that
remains constant is the certainty that it
is impossible to avoid for long.
Life during a 'normal' year saw quite
enough change. The student body for
the 1985-1985 school year experi-
enced rnore than their usual share of
upheavals, some pleasant, some un-
pleasant, and some merely annoying.
From the beginning of the year. it was
obvious that this would not be just
another year's work. Dean Cynthia
Tyson, who first came to Queens
College in 'l 969, moved to a new posi-
tion as President of Nlary Baldwin
College in Virginia. Dr. .Joyce Shealy
took over as the Dean of the College of
Arts and Sciences, Dr. Clyda Flent be-
came Vice-President for Academic
Affairs, and Dr. Flichard Goode became
Interim Dean of the Graduate School!”