University High School - Phoenix Yearbook (Newark, NJ)
- Class of 1978
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Text from Pages 1 - 128 of the 1978 volume:
The door to a new Newark School has opened UNIVERSITY HIGH SCHOOL (formerly School Within A School)
A Special School for Special Students
SchoolComing from all parts of Newark, our academically gifted students pursue a rigorous college preparatory program.Those who meet the competitive admissions requirements
arc with us eleven months a year. The stringent and diversified curriculum - four years each of humanities, mathematics, science, and foreign language, plus electives - not only challenges, but prepares students for admission to, and success in college.CONSTANTTeam
Because we are convinced that knowledge is unified, we avoid excessive departmentalization and compartmentalization. Each of the four grades has a team of teachers, one from each subject area, coordinated by a team leader. Each team meets daily, formulating schedules, conferring with parents and students, and tending to necessary paperwork. But the team concept is far more than this: it affords the staff real opportunity for professional growth — for example, how curriculum can best be coordinated and presented. The team concept conveys to the students the school's real sense of unity and purpose about their education.
ENTHUSWithin our school of only 400 students and staff there is an air of informality and intimacy, which grows out of this limited size. Students are guided, nurtured, and taught according to their individual unique talents and personalities. We all know each other, and we all know that students learn best when treated holistically. The monthly parent-tcacher-student-organization meetings are well attended and parents are free to visit with us concerning their child's progress.CREATIVE
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WE DEDICATE OUR BUILDING
University High School completed its transformation from a program, SWAS, to a high school, when we dedicated it on November 18, 1977.
The ceremony was very ably conducted by Ed Cunningham. Dignitaries included representative of the business, educational, professional. And religious communities.
A1 De Rogatis, a vice president of Prudential, and Seymour Spiegel, the founding director of SWAS, were given special commendations. The library and conference rooms were dedicated to them for their unflagging support and determination which helped make University High School a reality.
It was a day to remember, and who could be blamed for becoming emotional when two SWAS alumni, Marvin Comick, Harvard, ’77, and Valerie Hazelton, Connecticut Wesleyan, ’77, addressed the gathering. Everyone, especially the students and parents, agreed that this auspicious beginning could only mean continued success for University High in the future.A BUILDING IN TRANSITION Our building, 240 High Street, was previously the home of NJIT’s chemical engineering program. A significant renovation process was necessary to transform it into University High School. In September, 1977, students and staff demonstrated one of our hallmark qualities-flexibility-as ve were housed in four separate locations in neighboring institutions. The Newark Public Library for the seniors. Hill Hall at Rutgers for the juniors, NJIT for the sophomores, and the Newark Museum for the freshmen, were our “schools” until “240” was ready. The renovation process included three phases: one, the creation of 12 classrooms, an office complex, and cafetorium; phase two, completed in March of 1978, the renovation of eight additional classrooms on the second floor; and phase three the anticipated addition of a school-ready third floor, with additional classrooms, labs, and
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LADIES ROOIf iWe dedicated more than a building — we dedicated our ourselves.
The success of University High School can be attributed to the solid dedication, perseverance, and zeal of students, teachers, parents, and supporters. While we arc relatively new (born in 1969) we have already established a track record second to none. Some 93% of our graduates have finished, or are still attending college.
Capable students, talented teachers, concerned staff and administration, combined with a family atmosphere help explain our success. Our graduates to to find schools, including Harvard, MIT, and Princeton, stay there, do well, graduate, and pursue valuable and important careers.
Above all. University High students are prepared to face the increasingly complex challenges of life.
21Success demands hard work and sacrifice. Upon completing the 8th grade, students arc required to attend school during the month of July. Courses range from
English to criminology. In-coming freshmen, some 200 each year, are screened, consulted, counseled, and evaluated. It is a probationary period for all of them (and for us!). They take arithmetic, composition, introduction to laboratory science, French and
Spanish, and geography skills. New 10th, 11th, and 12th grade programs vary, but the emphasis is on enrichment. We can do much more in July than during the “regular” school year. For example, the course on criminology involves not only student research, but
SUMMERfield trips to the municipal and county courts and police headquarters. We also entertain guest speakers, experts in the
Many other students pursue their studies in special programs, where they are introduced to college and the world of work. Over the years, UHS students have participated in programs including: Prudential Actuarial Program, Stevens Institute of Technology (STEP), Minority Introduction to Engineering at Carnegie Mellon and Lehigh Universities, Glassboro State Music program, Encampment for Citizenship, and many others. The summer, by consensus, is “the best month of the
We, the graduating class of 1978, wish to pay tribute to Mr. Seymour Spiegel, founder and former Director of School Within A School. School Within A School was the forerunner of what is now University High School. Mr. Spiegel, as early as 1968, saw a need for a school for highly motivated students. It was his effort and foresight which enabled such a school to come into being. His tenacity of purpose and his devotion to the idea that SWAS should be housed in a building of its own are the reasons that today we enjoy such a building, and that building is being improved constantly in order to house better and more efficient facilities. We, and all graduating classes of University High, owe a debt of gratitude to Mr. Spiegel. His vision and imagination are the primary cause of the existence of University High School.
Mr. Spiegel is no longer involved in public education. He has sought a new career in private enterprise. We deeply feel that it is the business world’s gain and education’s loss. He was always there when he was needed; he was always willing to listen to both faculty and students; he was always open minded and circumspect in his thinking; he was always the one to whom we could turn when problems arose or some difficulty needed arbitration.
It is with these thoughts in mind that we wish to dedicate University High School’s first yearbook. It is with these thoughts in mind that we wish to thank Mr. Spiegel for his efforts in our behalf. Few men give as Mr. Spiegel gave — of his time, of his imagination, of his kindness, of himself, night and day.
So, Mr. Spiegel, please accept this dedication as our meager thanks for all the sweat and worry and disappointment you endured in order that we might reap the benefits of your efforts. You are, and shall be greatly missed.
mm FACULTYDirectors Message
It has always been the dream of the administration, faculty, parents and students of School Within A School that one day we would have our very first independent graduating class. That day is now, and you are to be our very first graduates from University High formerly School Within A School. The Class of 1978 will always be special to us as we develop and grow as a prototype of an urban academic high school.
The academic background which University High provides, will enable you to succeed in your future endeavors both in college and within the larger society. Always remember that anytime you need the advice of the faculty or just a friendly person to discuss your individual goals and objectives with, the entire faculty is at your disposal.
The problems of our cities and their immediate survival will demand creative and innovative ideas. The young people of your generation will have this tremendous responsibility of resolving the problems or lessening their impact on society.
I encourage each and every one of you to continue your active participation in community organizations. The Newark community needs you today more than ever. Our graduates have always made a commitment to obtain expertise and then to return to Newark and provide professional service to the residents as doctors, lawyers, engineers, etc. this is a tradition that I personally hope will continue to characterize the graduates of University High.
On behalf of the administration, faculty and the Parent Teacher Student Organization, I congratulate you on your graduation from high school. I hope that your educational aspirations will continue until your ultimate career goal in life has been achieved.
Mr. Willie J. Young
University High School’s first director is Mr. Willie J. Young. For seven years he was the counselor in the SWAS program, taking one year off to serve as head counselor for Malcom X Shabazz High School.
A product of Central High and Montclair State, Mr. Young now resides in East Orange.
In the middle of the many changes of 1977-1978 — the physical renovation of 240 High Street, the transplanting of students, staff, and supplies from Malcolm X, and the coordination of parents, teachers, and students — Mr. Young was always there to see that things ran smoothly.
28Mr. Joseph Malanga, our new deputy director, is one of the founders of SWAS-Universi-ty High School. He chose to pursue his educational career in the city where he was bom and raised. After teaching fourth grade for a year at Newton Street School, he taught social science at South Side High School (now Malcolm X Shabazz) for twelve years.
In his transition from teacher to administrator, Mr. Malanga has kept his professional integrity and personal dedication without losing any of the warmth, consideration and congeniality that make him much more than just an administrator. We at University High consider ourselves fortunate to have Mr. Malanga as one of the heads of our “family.”
Mr. Joseph MalangaDaniel Bender Business
Thomas Boose Physical Education
James Brown Mathematics
Joseph Carangelo Science
Jean Charles Foreign Language
Fred Cuculo Guidance
Edward Cunnigham English
Terri Dangel Foreign Languages
Ronald DcMiglio English
Paula Eckstein Librarian
Foad Fahmy Walter Genuario
Frank Green Mathematics
Saul Hammerman Science
Rosita Holiday Guidance
Barrington Jackson Art
James Lowenstein Nellie McCloud
Social Science Nurse
Vivian Newmark John Ransome
Foreign Languages Music
31Edwin Selby Music
Lawrence Schulman Social Science
Steven Shaffer Gloria Sheldon
Social Science English
Joylette Sutton Science
Maureen Vanderbrande Foreign Languages
Linda Veal Science
Joan White Science
Elizabeth MarinelloBetty Jackson Security
Mary Armstrong Secretarial
Viola Williams Secretarial
Thomas Jefferson Security
Reggie Saunders Security
Joseph Angelo Fiore Romano Victor Maybank Custodial
Ray Dawkins Josephine McDonald
Evelyn Tyson CafeteriaThe Advisory Board has also been an essential component of the University High Program since 1969. Composed of some 25 individuals, including representatives of parents, labor, local business and industry, local colleges and universities, community organizations, and organizations of teachers and school administrators, the Advisory Board serves on many fronts.
In addition to advising on curricular matters, it has given us substantial financial support and scholarships, and money for the purchase and renovation of our building.
Prudential Insurance Company has been very cooperative in developing a mathematics program for our students in the summer. The Newark Public Library has provided its extensive facilities, and those of the Newark Museum over the years, times too innumerable to list. Rutgers and NJIT have been of incalculable value to us - through the High School Scholars Program, the special college-level calculus and physics program, and by providing classrooms in the previous summers, and especially Hill
The Advisory Board
Hall for the Seniors, in the 1977-1978 school year.
Additionally, many foundations have made, often through the good offices of the Advisory Board, significant contributions to the school for which we are deeply appreciative.
Since its inception, and continuing to the present. University High School has been able to exist and to flourish due in large measure to the support of two organizations: The Parents-Teachcr-Student Organization, and the Advisory Board.
Parent involvement has always been an essential ingredient in the UHS philosophy. Without the encouragement from concerned and loving parents, our students would not feel secure enough to face the challenges of growing up, and the demands and pressures of an academic high school.
The parents meet monthly, learn about the program's ups and downs, help in teacher selection, raise funds for student activities, and when necessary, cajole, demand, and demonstrate before the powers that be.
The parents know the value of University High; their commitment is real. Ms. Robbye Lee, current PTSO president, follows a line of able predecessors: Mr. G. Van Horne, Ms. L. Kirby, Ms. Naomi Chambers, Ms. Gladys Ray (2 terms), and Mr. Clarence Wright, (3 terms).
To all of the officers and members, we say “thank you!”
A DAISY A man once told a story About a daisy in the midst of a mudhole When everything around this daisy Was tattered decayed and cold ‘So straight!' he said that daisy stood With pride and dignity Until the daisy, not the mudhole Was all that he could see.
Looking at this daisy
There was something he wanted to know
In the midst of all this debris
How could that daisy grow?
He thought and thought it over The answer remains unknown But one thing he certainly realized It wasn’t impossible for it to have grown.
I don’t know whether the story is true But there is something that can be learned That through work and perservcrence Anything can be earned.
M. E. Blue-Friedman9
Barnes, Kathy Bermudez, Christobal Blue, Monica
Bynum, Donald Carlton, Michelee Carter, Tracey
Chambliss, Carlton Clark, Kevin Denard, Patricia
Diggs, Ayesha Edwards, Tanya Ellison. Renee
Holt, Dane Holt, Darnell
Lane, Carolyn Larkins, Debra
Lynn, Cynthia Maddox. Gail
Peppers. Renee Purdie, Bridgette Ramirez, Jesus RcVoal, Robyera
Sneed. Vel Stradford, FeliciaWilliams. Mary Woods. Lisa
Wade, Janet West, Scheherazade
Williams. CraigAdams. Carol Allen. Carmen Anthony. Patricia Armstrong. Sabrina Baker. Joe
Bradley. Leslie Brantley. Lisa Breeden. Wayne Caldwell. Tina Campbell. Susan Chambers. Alease
Christian. Cynthia Clanton. Michele Curtis, Don
Daniels. Stephanie Diggs. Katrina Dowdy. Darren
Hughes, Woodrene Jackson. Cynthia
Jackson, Early Jefferson, Michele
Macon. Stephanie Maddox, Wayne McCoy, Retha
McGill, Rosalie McLaine, Ruthie
Kareem, Raziya Lambert, Earl
Lewis, RafiaPinero, Victor
Plummer, Doris Richardson. Cheryl Riles, LaNetta
Pierce, MichelleSmith. Tracey Smith. Troy Spann, Sheila Stuckey. Ernest Swinney. Veronica Tate. Nichelle
Thompson. Clark Turner. Ramona Turner, Theresa
Williams. Angela Williams. Barbara Williams. Joseph
Thomas. ChrisAdams, Wanda
Allen, Louis Anthony. Donna
Alexander. Edward Allgood, Gail
Boyd, Jacquelyn Broadnax, Audrey
Bermudez, Yolanda Berry. Cheryl
Brodie, Linda Brown. Jess
Chambers, Curtis Chaplin, Mark Chapman. Leonette
Green, Anita Hannah. Jacqueline Harris, Regina
High. Lorraine Hightower. Tracy Horton, Clyde
Hyatte, Frank Ingram. Sharon Jacobs. Lisa
Johnson, Geraldine Johnson, Pernell Jones, Sheila
Kelly. HowardLee, Clifford
Majced, Malikah Means. Kenneth McCloud. Antoinette McDonald. Tanya McCoy. Bernadette
Morgan. Mary Morgan. Victor Morris. Barry Oliver. Richard Peacock, Sonya Perry. Derekf■ 9 9 2
Roberts, James Robinson, Cheryl Robinson, Karen Robinson. Twila Roebuck, Tawanna Rogers, Felicia
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Shabazz, Isa Shorter, Sharon Simmons, Krystal Stevenson, Cheryl Talbert, Katryna
Taylor, Franceine Thomas, Denise Tillery. Randy Toler, April Traynham. Kenneth
Troxlcr, Devon Turner, Lynne Walker. Debbie Walton, James Weeks, James Wesley, l ymmi
West, Carolyn White. Cecilia Williams. Cherise Williams, Derrick Williams, Ernest Williams, GailPhoenix
Advisors - R. DcMiglio and J. Lowcnsicin
Cynthia Brown, editor Kcrhan Caldwell Phyllis Bradley Mymonah Miah Mary Ruff Kim Sharpe Susan Burnett Marie Brown Robin Epps Debra Ingram O’bette Lawrence Dcirdrc Roper Janet Wade Pat Anthony Elisc Chambers Selena Lucas Literary Donna Benson Sheila Daniels Juanita Jordan Yolanda Morgan Toni Singleton Sharon Thompson Carlton Chambliss Cynthia Christian I-ay out
Deanna Flewellen Kelly Riley Andrea Shorter Victor Piftiero Sports and activities Kathy Flowers Tony Melvin Chanda Ware
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“And the winners of the Phoenix Booster Contest are_____”
Diedre Roper - 70 Tony Melvin • 60 Wanda Dozier - 10159Basketball
Junior Varsity, 1978 R. Oliver, T. Smith, R. Williams, C. Lee. M. Gilliam, J. Baker, M. Chaplin. R. Frazier, G. Smith. W. Maddox
W. Johnson. D. Hayes, S. Hall, A. Crossley, T. Melvin. E. Johnson, A. Calloway, B. Howell.
The coach of both squads is Mr. Reggie Saunders.
Reggie Saunders Coach “Satch”
61Twirlers And Color Guard
Captain Sheila Daniels
Co-Captain Yolanda Morgan
Twirlers67. 'Ml 'UPep Squad
Kcrhan Caldwell Robin Young Phyllis Bradley
DeNeice Williams Co-Captain Charlette Collins
Dawn Toler Co-Capiain
Linda Connor Co-Captain
Loretta Williams Captain
70R E e n c s o e r m d b e 1 r e
The purpose of the S.G.O. is to provide a better learning situation and establish unity among all the members of our school community.
The student senate raises and appropriates funds, communicates with the various homerooms, classes, faculty members, administration and advises the student body on matters of student policy and conduct.
Officers are: James R. Taylor, III, President; Bridgett Purdie, Vice-President; Cher-ise Williams, Recording Secretary; Lisa Gause, Corresponding Secretary, and Alexis Friedy, Treasurer. The advisor is Mr. Edwin Selby.
Composed of aspiring thes-pians, the drama club, in a workshop setting, reads and acts out scenes from plays. The president is Howard Washing-ston. The co-advisors are Ms. Joan White, and Mr. Ed Cunningham.
The F.B.L.C. provides interested students an opportunity to learn about the world of business, their local business community, and about themselves as possible future business leaders.
The advisor is Mr. Daniel Bender.
72National Honor SocietySENIORS
There are several things we have to learn. Our journey has just begun.
We are reaching for the world.
Trying not to leave anything undone.
There will be obstacles in our way Some we’ll have to ignore.
But we will keep on moving.
Even if we have to detour.
You see, the river has been crossed But the ocean lies ahead.
We will find it a challenge.
Yet things remain unsaid.
Yes, the future is ahead of us And we all must admit Things have been a little hard But baby, we made it.
MY LAST GOODBYE TO THE CLASS OF ’78 The easiest part has almost come To an end and I must go on But,
Really, am I ready to leave?
To leave my friends and this old Home behind me? To go to new Dimensions far greater than I can Possibly conceive?
Yes, I’m ready and I’m sure you Are too — willing and eager to see Just what this world has in store For you and me.
IT’S UP TO YOU A diploma's very special-It’s like a golden key That turns lock on any door Marked “opportunity.”
But one thing to remember If you want to get inside-It’s up to you to give the nudge That swings it open wide.
So use your key, but be aware It’s just a key at best And remember that it’s up to you To go and do the rest.
74Virgina Love Armstrong
Armstrong. Love Virginia Cheerleader 4. Stevens Technology Enrichment Program 3.4. Surgeon, Scriptwriter, Engineer. “To live and learn is to dig and be dug in return." Arvin, Phcon Kiz Nickname: Kizzy
Track team 1,2 Band 2. All City Chorus 2. Prudential Actuary 2, Journalism Explorers’ Post 2, Honor Society 2,3, N.J.l.T. Engineering Program 3, Carnegie-Mellon Action Project 4, Who's Who 4. Civil Engineer, Writer, News Reporter.
Band 1, Honor Society. Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4. Track 1,2,3, Prom Committee 4. Transportation Engineering Program at N.J.l.T. 3, N.J.l.T. Engineering Program 4. Civil Engineer, Accountant, Airline Stewardess. A Thoughtful and Considerate Person. Capricorn.
Barnes, Phyllis Marie Nickname: Nickki
Computer Programmer. Photographer, Secretary', I’m quiet, cute and a fun person to be with.
Benson, Donna Nickname: W.G.
Band 2, Yearbook Staff 4, Managing Editor School Newspaper 4. Aljay Model 3,4, Volleyball 4, Drama Club 4. Pediatrician, Corporate Lawyer, Actress. Whimsical, witty, loving, considcrat. "I love it.’’
Bradley, Phyllis Nickname: Cowboy
Flag Twirler 2. Business Staff of Yearbook 4, Child Psychologist, Physical Therapist. I’m a very friendly person who likes to meet people. I’m also fun to be with.
Phcon Kiz Arvin
Renee ArvinBrian Brandon Cynthia Brown
Brandon. Brian (Khalif Rasul Allh)
Bilalian Student Union. President of the Leaguers Summer Program. Social Psychologist. Computer Programmer. Social Worker. I am affectionate and looking for the unwanted challenge; my goal is to conquer success, and to live and let live. As Salaam Alaikum.
Brown. Cynthia Nickname: Cindy
Chorus 1.2,3,4, MXS Band 1, MXS Drum Majorette 2,3, UHS Drum Majorette 4, Student Government Association 1,2,3,4, Drama Club 2. Newsletter page editor 4. Business Explorers Program 3. Montclair State College NSFA 3, Yearbook Staff 4. Accounting (C.P.A.). Business Management, Music. Popular, self-confident, amibitious.
Caldwell. Kerhan A. Nickname: Qu ran
Prom Committee 4, Business Staff of Yearbook 4. S.G.O. 4. Accountant. Registered Nurse. “Love, happiness, and peace is the key to a very successful life.”
Calloway, Albert Nickname: Wumpy
Swimming team 1,2, Band 1,2,3. Chess Club. Computer Science, Clinical Psychology. An efficient, shy. sensitive young man.
Track 1.2,3.4, Chess club 1, Drama Club 1,2, Flag-Twirler (Captain) 2,3,4, Financial secretary of Yearbook 4. S.G.O. 2,3,4, Prom Committee 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Newsletter staff 2,3,4. Broadcast Journalist, Speech Pathologist, Communications. I am armed with beauty, intelligence, love and understanding; wit and cunning; wisdom and knowledge plus a strong ability to communicate and exchange ideas with others.
Carter, Gail Felicia
Modern dance 1, Alpha Khi Gamma Sorority 1,2,3, Cheerleader 3.4. Stevens Institute of Technology Summer Program 1,2, Encampment for Citizenship Summer Program 3. Yearbook staff 4, Band 1, Gymnastic Club 3. Dental Hygienist. Dental Laboratory Technician. Dentist. Thoughtful, aggressive and intelligent person.
Mixed Chorus I, Track Team 2,3,4, National Honor Society 2,3,4. N.J.I.T. Summer Program 3. Newsletter staff 3, Prudential Actuary Program 1. Civil Engineering, Fashion Designer. Psychologist. A fun-loving person and a seeker of excitement.
Albert CallowayChristian. Arleada Roberta Nickname: Chippy
Health club 1,2, Library club 1.2. Art Exhibitions Contestant 2. Track Field 3, Peer Counseling 3. Who's Who Among American High School Students. Clinical Psychologist, Interior Decorator. I’m a very demanding, direct, considerate, gentle and a sincere young lady.
Clark. Kimberley Juanita
Flag twirler 3.4. Modeling Club 1.2. Modern Dance Club I, Drama Club 4. Lawyer. Fashion Buyer, Psychiatrist. A beautiful and bright young lady who enjoys talking, traveling and meeting people.
Collins. Charlettc Dcnicce
Model club 1. African Dance 1, Pep Squad 1,2,3.4. Church Choir 2. Mixed Chorus 3.4. NAACP 3.4. Registered Nurse. Child Psychologist. Writer. Charming, witty, easy to get along with, an all around person.
Cheerleader 2.3. Co-Captain Chccrlcading 4. Corresponding Secretary 2.3, Recording Secretary 4. Track 4. Drama Club 4. Gymnastic Club 3. Business Administration. Banking, Fashion Buyer. "Be ever wonderful!"
Crossley, Aaron Jr.
Student Government 3.4, Band 2.3.4. N.J.l.T. Summer Program 3. Engineering. Business Administration. Psychology. An outgoing, friendly young man who enjoys music and sports.
Dais. Rodney Bruce Junior Class Representative S.G.O., Senior Class Representative S.C.O., Mechanical Engineer. Aeronautical Engineer. Automotive Industry Proprietor. An innovative and very observant young man.
Kimberley Juanita Clark
Charlotte Denise CollinsLinda Connor
Aaron Jr. Crossley
Bruce Rodney Dais
Deanna I. Flewellen
Sheila Joness Daniels
Jaques Leon De Vose II
Ta Relic Franklin
Daniels. Sheila Joness Nickname: Sherri
Twirler 2. Majorette 3. Captain 4. Montclair State Summer Program 3. Junior Class Representative. Yearbook Staff. Lawyer. Political Science. Teacher. The main objectives of life arc to be loved, share happiness, and enjoy peace. “Love. Happiness, and freedom of thought should be shared by every human being."
Dcvosc, Jacques Leon II
Marching Concert Band 1.2,3, Newsletter, Science Club, Yearbook Staff, S.G.O. rules committee. Politician, Journalist Photographcr. Electrical Engineer. Musician. “I have many hidden qualities that only a special few discover.”
Dyes, Lisa Nickname: Grandma
Concert Chorus 1,2,3, S.G.O. 4. Travel Club 4, Cinema Club 4, Interpreter, Computer Programmer. “I will struggle to succeed in all my future endeavors."
Outdoor Track 1,2,3, Electrical Engineer. Accountant, Doctor. A young man with a nice attitude, who loves keeping himself healthy.
Flewellcn, Deanna I. Nickname: Flo
Twirler 4. Modeling Club 2.3. Swimming Team 2,3, Yearbook Staff 4. Newsletter Staff 4, Drama Club 4. A determined, friendly lovable young lady.
Flowers Kathy Nickname: Teddy Bear
Band 1,2.3,4, Tennis 3,4, Track 1, Gynecology. Pediatrics. Art, A bright friendly young lady.
Franklin, Ta-Rclle Nickname: Tee-Tec, Cinammon. Lollipop
Track 4, Honor Society 2,3, S.G.O. 2, Color Guard 2,3,4, Stevens Institute
2,3,4, N.J.I.T. Summer Program 2,3,4. Dancer, Electrical or Mechanical Engineer. I am carefree, fun loving and sweet but I can also be serious and understanding, with just a touch of stubborncss and assertiveness.
Frazier, Annie Nickname: Twiggy
MXS Band 1,2,3, MXS Track 1, Trip Committee 4. S.G.O. 4, Business Administration. Sweet, kind, fricnly. "Really, Mymonah."
83Freeman. Sharon Marie
MXS S.G.O. 4. Fundraising committee 4, Registered Nurse, Accountant. Computer Scientist. “The only way to accomplish your goals is to go to school and get an education.” A friendly girl.
Modern Dance 1, Trip Committee 4, S.G.O. Representative 2, Flag Twirler 4. Beautician.Fashion Designer. Witty, amiable, congenial and even-tempered.
Hall, Samuel B. Nickname: Benic
Band 1.2,3,4, Explorers 1,2, Kiwanis Leadership Institute. Recorder Ensemble 3.
Alpha Khi Gamma Sorority 3.4, Future Nurses Club 1,2.
Newsletter 1,2,4. Second page editor 4. S.G.O. 4. Senior class trip committee 4. Stevens Institute of Technology, Mixed Chorus 1,2,3. Sociologist. "I enjoy being around people who understand the true meaning of being themselves at all times.”
Student Government 1,2, National Honor Society, Swimming Team. Explorers Club. Electronic Engineer. Dcn-istry. Medicine. An intelligent and friendly young man. Aries.
Hyattc. Heather Estelle Nickname: Boo
MXS Chess Club 1. MXS Modern Dance I, Conquerors Club Treasurer 1,2, Conquerors member 3,4, Newsletter
1.2.3, Page editor 4. Sophomore Class President, Senior Class Vice President, STEP Program 1,2,3. Gospel Team
1.2.4. Mathematician, Vocal Music, Together, Cross.
Heather Estelle HyattcWilliam A. Jones
Jeffries, Debra Michele Nickname: Webbie
Cornell University Advanced Placement 4, N.J.l.T. 4, Prudential Actuary-Program 2, Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4, Chorus 2, All-City Chorus 2. Neurologist. Gynecologist. “Do unto others before they do it to you."
Johnson, Vincent Reginald Track 1,2, Cross Country Track, S.G.A. 1,2,3, Library Club 1. Dentist Radiology, Data Processing. Intelligent, charming, quiet young man. Gemini.
Johnson. Walter E.
Basketball 2,3,4, Chorus 1,4. Professional Musician Vocalist. A bright and playful young man.
Jones. William A. (Saleem Hassan Fardan)
The Bilalian Studcns’ Union 3. Physician, Business Administration. Management. “I am one who is hard working and determined to survive and succeed in life."
Jordan. Juanita Marie
Band 1,2,3,4, Softball 2,3,4, NHS 3,4, Recorder Ensemble 2, S.G.O. 2.3.4. J.C. Financial Secretary 3, Yearbook Committee 4, Newsletter page editor 4, Prudential Actuarial Program I, Glassboro State College Music Enrichment 1,2, Carnegie-Mcllon University 3, N.J.l.T. 4. Who’s Who Among American High School Students. S.C. Executive Board Committee 4. Actuary, Chemist.
Band 2,3,4, S.G.O. 3,4. Engineer. Accounting. Psychology, A charming, sweet, honest young lady.
Mayers, Lisa D.
Tennis I, Prudential Actuarial Program 1. Band 2,3,4, Montclair State College NSFA 3, Who’s Who Among American High School Students. N.J.l.T. 4, Yearbook 4. Business Administration. Computer Programmer. Management. Quiet, anxious young lady.
McCargo, Calvin Bruce Band 1,2,3,4, Alpha Phi Kappa 1.2.3,4. Engineering. Performing Art Mu-sic. “The world will come to those who wait."
Lisa D. Mayers Calvin Bruce McCargo
Brenda Jean Means
Mymonah MiahMeans. Brenda Jean Nickname: B.J.
Chorus 1.2, Band 1,2, Tennis 1,2, S.G.O. 1,2.3.4. Track 1,2, Modern Dance 1,3, Softball 2, Library Club 3, Travel Club 4. Yearbook Staff 4, Cornell Summer A.P. Program. Surgeon. Medical Doctor, Genctical Biologist. “I'm a friendly person as well as a person in my own right.”
Melvin, Tony Swimming Team 1.2,3,4, Football Team 2. Class Treasurer 2, Sr. Class Officer 4, Swimming Captain 2,3,4, N.J.I.T. 2.Carnegic-Mellon Action Program 4, Engineering, Accounting.
Miah, Mymonah Nickname: Mickie
Tennis Club I, S.G.O. 1,2.3, MXS Band 2. S.G.O. 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Cornell Advanced Placement Program 3, Pediatrician. Sociologist, Lawyer. Pleasant, outgoing, cheerful.
Miller, Donna Jean Track 1,2, Band 2,3,4, STEP Program 2,3, Veterinarian, Research Scientist. Concert Pianist, An intelligent, friendly, soft-spoken young woman. Pisces - Aries Cusp.
Mitchell. Marcella Eunice Modeling Club 1,3, Track 1, N.J.I.T. Engineering Program 4. Carnegie-Mcllon Action Program 3, National Honor Society, Tennis Club 2. Senior Class Treasurer, Civil or Chemical Engineer, Business Administration, Flight Attcndcnt, A sweet and tender young lady, intelligent, quiet and affectionate. Loyal, trustworthy and friendly.
Mitchell, Robin Renee
Pep Squad (co-captain) 2,3,4, Modeling Club 1, Modern Dance 1, Track 1,3. Recorder Ensemble 2,3, Prudential Summer Program ‘75, Carnegie-Mcllon ’77, tf.J.I.T. ’77-’78, National Honor Society. Pharmacist, Physical Therapist, C.P.R. “Country Puerto Rican-you know what I mean.”
Donna Jean Miller
Marcella Eunice Mitchell
Robin Renee Mitchell
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Valerie PryorMaria Magdclcna Ramirez
Kelly Delores Riley
Mobley, Eric Nickname: Moc Man
Prudential Actuary Program I, Track 2,3, Football 3.4. Class Officer 4, N.J.I.T. Urban Engineering 2, N.J.l.T. Engineering Program 3.4. Psychologist, Dentist, Engineer-Fun-loving. serious, generous and stubborn. Morgan. Yolanda Nickname: Yo-Yo
Twirling Squad 3, Co-Captain 4. Yearbook Staff 4, Newsletter Staff 4. Blair Summer School, Encampment for Citizenship 3. Journalist- Communications, Speech Therapist. Political Scientist, Warm. Sensitive. “I am interested in developing my mind so that one day 1 might be better able to affect the quality of life.”
Pryor, Valerie Nickname: Val
Alpha Chi Gamma Sorority 2, Sergeant-At-Arms 3.4. Sergeant-at-Arms Jr. Class (MXS) 3, Color Guards Co-Captain 2,3,4, STEP Program 3.4. Student Government Organization 4, Prom Committee 4, Pediatrician. Registered Nurse, Intelligent, nice.
Ramirez, Maria Magdclcna Nickname: Magic
Band 1.2,3,4, Recorder Ensemble 1,2, Swim Team 3, NHS 3,4, Who’s Who Among American H.S. Students. S.G.O. 3, Tennis Team 3, Newsletter Staff, Senior Class Fun Raising Committee 4, Basketball 4, Prudential Actuary Program I, GlassboroState College 1,2, Carnegie Mellon University 3, N.J.I.T. 4, Conscientious, Ambitious.
Chorus 2, Health Careers Club 3.4, Senior Executive committee. Pharmacist, Nurse. ‘‘United we stand, divided we fall.”
Riley, Kelly Deloris
Band 1,2, S.G.O. 1,2, Yearbook Staff 4. Law, Early Childhood Education. Journalism. A responsible and confident young lady.
Library club 2,3, Yearbook Staff 4, Fundraising Committee 4. Montclair State College National Science Foundation, Nursing. Registered Nurse, “By working hard you will accomplish something.”
Track 1,2,3,4, Chorus 1,2,3,4. Crosscountry 1,2,3,4. Engineering, Doctor. Military, A quiet, charming, ambitious, warm young man.
91Dawn Jonette Toler Sharon Thompson Chanda J. Ware
Modern Dance 1, Jr. Class Representative 3, Yearbook Staff 4. S.G.O. 4. Prom Committee 4, Youth Organization 3. Newsletter Staff 4, Business Administration, Management, Nursing, Looking for success in the near future.
Singleton, Antoinette Daricc Nickname: Toni
Band 1.2,3,4, Swim Team 3.4, Dance Club 1,2,3.4, NHS 3.4. Recorder Ens. 1,2.3, Newsletter Staff (page 4 editor) 4, Basketball 4, Yearbook staff 4, Prudential Actuarial Program 1, Glassboro State College 2, MITE Lehigh Seminar 3, Carnegic-Mellon University 3, N.J.I.T. 4. S.G.O. 1.4. Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4. Determined, Dedicated, and Diligent.
Taylor. James Nickname Bootsy
Band 1,2,3, S.G.O. 1, Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4. Aerospace Engineer, Mechanical Engineer. System Operations Technician, "I am a clam, cool, loyal, energetic person, wishing for future comfort and luxury. and being able to share my talents with everyone.” Taurus.
Taylor, Sonja Nickname: Abbic
Recorder Ensemble 1,2,3, Track Team 1.2, S.G.O. 3.4. Chorus 4, Trip Committee 4. Yearbook Staff 4. Computer Technician, Psychologist. "Keep Smiling.”
Toler. Dawn Jonette Nickname: Dawnie
Modern dance I, Crochet Club 1. Chccrlcading 1,2,4. Swimming Team 4. Stevens Institute of Technology 2, Gymnastics
3.4. Representative-At-Large 3. S.G.A. 1.2.3, Modeling Club 1,3. Child Psychologist, Physical Therapist, Sociologist. "Life is a challenge that is to be conquered.”
Bowling Club 1, National Honor Society. Junior Class Representative. Peer Counselor 3, Explorers Club 2, Yearbook Staff 4. Student Government 2, Industrial Psychologist. Confident, intelligent, sensitive.
Ware, Chanda J. Nickname: Froggic
MXS Track 1. MXS Band 1.2,3, UHS Band 4, Yearbook Staff 4, S.G.O. 4, Ring Cap and Gown Committee 4, Electrical Engineer. Civil Engineer. Accountant, Hardworking, witty and friendly.
Sagittarius.I.orctta Denise Williams
Pamela Patricia Williams
Newsletter 1,2, Radio Television Workshop. N.J.I.T., Journalist, Computer Analyst. A serious, devoted young man.
Williams, DcNcice Bernetta Pep Squad Captain 2,3,4, Modeling Club 1. Modern Dance Club 1.Track I, Recorder Ensemble 1.2. Prudential Actuarial Program 1, M.J.I.T. Summer Program 3, N.J.I.T. 4. Corresponding Secretary, Junior Class. National Honor Society, Medical Career, Physician. “Always and Forever!"
Williams, Gloria Nickname: Glo
Track I, Health Career Club 1, Band 2,3,4, Jazz Band 3, Prudential Actuarial Program 1, Radio Choir 1.2,3,4 Executive Board 4. Chorus 1, Social Worker, Sociologist. Urban Engineer, “Knowledge is the ever flowing fountain and I am the vessel trying to receive all that is issuing."
Williams. Hylia Nickname: Candy
Modern Dance 1, Track 1,2, Flag Twirling 1,2,3,4, Yearbook Staff 4. Traffic Engineers of Port Authority 3, Bell Laboratories 3. National Honor Society 1.2, Prudential Insurance Co. 1, Tennis 4. Recorder Ensemble 3. N.J.I.T. 4. Civil Engineer, Certified Accountant. Taking care of Keiyanez. Somewhat sophisticated.
Williams, Loretta Denise
Modeling Club 1, Library Club 1. Modern Dance 1, Cheerleader 2.3, Captain Chcerlcading 4, Yearbook Staff 4. Student Government 1. Saint Peter’s College Summer Program 3, Doctor. Lawyer. Political Scientist. Kind, understanding, playful, young lady.
W'illiams, Pamela Patricia
NAACP 1,2.3.4, Drama Club 2. Modern Dance I, S.G.O. 1,2,3,4, Fund-Raising Committee 1,2,3,4. Pediatric Nurse, Business Manager. Registered Nurse, "Don’t ever say you can’t, because you can only do it if you try." Aquarius.
95Youngc, Derek McKinley Nickname: Ricky
MXS Band 1,2, Recorder Ensemble 2,3, Newsletter 1,2,3, Editor in Chief 4, S.G.A. 3. S.G.O. 4, Cornell Advanced Placement Program 3, Debating Team 4, Drama Club 4. Vice-President Sophomore class. Vice-President Junior Class, Prudential Explorer Post for Journalism 2,3, Gospel Team
2,3.4. Lawyer, actor, author. Intelligent, humorous, ambitious and optimistic. “Nay, In all these things, we arc more than conquerors through Him that loved us ... " "Cross of Jesus Christ.”
Young, Robin Nickname: Kecblcr
Band 2. Chorus 2, Yearbook Staff 4. Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4. S.G.O. 4. Newsletter Staff 4. Journalism, Commcrical Art. "Do unto others and they won’t do unto you."
Aquarius.Last Will And Testament
We, the senior class of 1978, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath and set in motion this last will and testament. We do not intend to discredit, embarrass, or create problems for anyone. Our sole intention is to pay tribute to the deserving seniors friends, underclassmen and teachers of University High School.
We would like to begin by expressing our appreciation and gratitude for our past four years at University High School. We would also like to thank Rutgers University for the use of its facilities, and the college experience we received while we were there.
To Robin Mitchell, a better friend, you deserve it!
To Brian Brandon, all the wisdom, knowledge, and understanding you need and deserve.
To Annie Frazier. “If you can’t be good, be careful."
To Kerhan Caldwell, a book on how to curb your diet. To Joan Carruthcrs. “Phoney of the Year Award.”
To Marcella Mitchell, accurate records.
To Cybelia Cartwright, a tu-tu you can handle.
To Yolanda Morgan, a scarf you can wear with every outfit.
To Valerie Pryor, a zipper to keep your mouth shut.
To Charlette Collins. Support Can Be Beautiful, but in your case-impossible.
To Leon De Vose, a new camera that works.
To Harry Edgerton. a position on Santa's sleigh as head reindeer.
To Kathy Flowers, the man you’ve always wanted. A.C. To TaRellc Franklin, a five year meal ticket.
To Sam Hall, Now it’s time to Move Ahead.
To Sheila Hayes. Walter Johnson.
To Vincent Johnson, a vacation for the working man.
To Kelly Riley, life-time membership to Elaine Powers. To Craig Sharpe, a class you can be president of.
To Robin Young, a body to match the size of your head.
To James Taylor, a pik, better yet..a rake.
To Sharon Thompson. “Follow your nose. Snoopy!".
To Juanita Jordan, a pair of leather boots.
To Love Armstrong, a friend who will keep your secrets. To Phcon Arvin, a muzzle.
To William Jones, a year’s supply of Effcrdcnt.
To Renee Arvin, a sister who won’t always get you over. To Lisa Mayers, What’s up Zom- - -Bie?
To Phyllis Barnes. Albert Calloway.
To Brenda Means, Chapstick - Lip Balm.
To Mymonah Miah, some panty shapers.
To Calvin McCargo, K 2 R Spot Remover.
To Tony Melvin, a pin to let the air out of your muscles.
To Eric Mobley, Much success in your future endeavors. To Donna Benson, a career as Erica on “All My Children."
To Linda Connors, Have a good year and lead a good cheer.
To Bruce Dais, a lie somebody will believe and a ticket out of the Mafia.
To Phyllis Bradley, a horse.
To Donna Miller, a good straightening comb.
To Gail Carter, someone you won’t get smart with.
To Albert Calloway, a heavy duty toothbrush.
To Kim Clark, a pair of shoes you can’t turn over.
To Aaron Crosslcy, a chance to pick the woman you really want.To Heather Hyatte, "Mother of the Senior Class.
To Debra Jefferies. "Big Bird Contest Winner."
To Sheila Daniels, someone’s man you won’t chase after. To Barry Howell, maturity if you can handle it.
To Walter Johnson, the “Jock of The Year Award!’
To Chanda Ware, a lily pad to jump on. Froggy.
To Dc Neice Williams, a private place to carry on.
To Derek Younge. a teacher that you can’t debate with. To Hylia Williams. May all your fantasies come true.
To Yvonne Grant, a little kindness never hurts.
To Gloria Williams. The Gloria Williams Public Library To Loretta Williams, a cage in the zoo so that you can be tamed.
To Pamela Williams. We’ve created a mon - - - - ster.
To Alvin Williams, a computer to bug out with.
To Sonya Taylor, an outfit to compliment you eyes.
To Miriam Ramos. "Ms. Congeniality."
To Mark Parker, a seat on the U.S. Supreme Court.
To Deanna Flewellcn. a relationship between Donna Benson and yourself that will last more than one day. To Kim Sharpe, someone’s business you don’t know.
To Maria Ramirez, a couple of F's to face reality.
To Cynthia Brown, the look of a woman your age.
To Lisa Dyes, all the freshmen boys.
To Arleada Christian, a perfect paper in Mr. Charles’ class.
To Sharon Freeman. Thanks for proving to us there is always someone for everyone.
To Mary Ruff, candidacy for sainthood.
To Dawn Toler, an act we can’t sec through.
To Antoinette Singleton. 1 in the class.....
Luck Next Time.
To Sharon Little, a dip in chocolate so you’ll match your mate.
To Mr. Fahmy. a pyramid.
To Mr. Cunningham, a group of students that won t fall asleep on you.
To Mr. Hammerman, a new pair of galoshes.
To Ms. Sheldon, a cooperative Newsletter staff.
To Mr. Charles. Clean up your act!
To Mr. Brown, a bandfront that will win first prize.
Ms. Marinelle, for many hours preparing us for college entrance — THANKS!
To Mr. Malanga. Look out below!
To Mr. Ransome, Ms. Sutton.
To Ms. Eckstein, some books to put in your library.
To Dr. Schulman, We finally made it. I guess we told you!
To Mr. Selby, a together recorder ensemble.
To Mr. Carangelo, Ms. Marincllo.
To Mr. Cucolo, THANKS.
To Mr. Dc.Miglio, your very own yearbook to write and edit.
To Mr. Young. Much success with you new school.
To the class of 1979, You’re not grown yet, give it a little time, you'll get there.
To the class of 1980, Maturity, wisdom, and much success in the years ahead, because you're going to need it!
To the class of ’81, This is your school, make something of it!
If there is anyone who feels they have been discredited, embarassed, or now faced with a big problem, we leave one last word:
99Words Of Wisdom From
What we've undergone the past four years is quite subtle in comparison to what lies ahead. We as a people can remake this world. Remember, “opportunity you grasp today, tomorrow it may not come your way!”
What you want to be is something you are now becoming.
Now is the time for us to face the real challenge of life and the world that has to be won.
“Be a leader, not a follower.” Deanna F.
Life only exists once, so go out into the world with your acquired knowledge and grasp your chosen career, develop it to your fullest potential and distribute it among the world.
“To thine own self by true!"
"Our yesterdays follow us; they constitute our life and they give character and force and meaning to our present deeds.” Phyllis B.
“Whatever is worth doing at all, is worth doing well."
May many hours of love and happiness follow us throughout our lives.
Hey! What more can I say, to a class that has class. I know we're going to pass. So be it. Peace! and may Allah bless you all. Craig S.
“Life is too short and precious. Therefore, don’t waste one moment. Do what you can today, because tomorrow may never come. Whatever you do. I wish you much success and happiness."
Life must go on.
“Genius is one per-cent inspiration and ninety-nine per-cent perspiration."
“Be ashamed to die until you have won some victory for Humanity."
1 wish each and every person in the graduating class of ’78. the best of luck in all your future goals.
Life is serious. Whatever you decide now will determine your future. Remember, nothing is as easy as it seems. Just be on guard. You’ll be suprised how much you can learn by watching, listening and being in the right place at the right time. Arleada C.
Instead of worrying about what everybody else is doing and has done, concentrate on what you can do and what you will do to better yourself and the world around you.
Each person is an individual, with an individual mind. Do not conform to the ways of others. Always remember: You are unique. There is no one exactly like you. Therefore, you are a special being capable of controlling your own life.
Do unto others as you would have them do unto you; but always look out for 1.
Look to this day because tomorrow is a dream and yesterday was reality.The Class Of ’78
Looking beyond the silver lining is not enough, but g ing beyond it can be fulfilling.
Don’t let the storms of life get you down_Remember the sun will shine and the rainbow full of colors will brighten up
your life. Stand up for what you believe, even if nobody else agrees with you. Someday everybody will honor you for being yourself.
I wish you success, and all your future desires to be granted.
Love is a feeling you feel when you’re about to feel a feeling you’ve never felt before. Good Luck. Class of 78. Robin M.
For those who didn’t know but were afraid to ask:
we seek we grow
we discover we make
we lose we go
we recover we please
we create we give
we achieve we will live
Life’s the most precious gift of all. The chance to experience the physical and spiritual things that life itself offers is the most precious treasure of all.
Ours is the challenge to try to do morc-to contribute to our sisters and brothers-to take the lead and say. yes; forget the word "impossible”. We, working together, can bring people together.
We’ve come a long way: and we still have a long way to go.
Reach out and touch the many opportunities life offers you. Develop all of the talents within you. Try to accomplish all the things that will make “you” a happy person.
When the going gets tough, the tough get going.
Well, it’s time to move on. people, on into the real world. As we continue to mold our lives, I hope we will never forget the memorable moments that we’ve shared together. 1 pray that we will all be blessed and truly pursue any ambition that will help both your society and you. Be strong and hold on ... cause we’re gonna make it.
Now that we arc free to determine the outcome of our lives, rebuild the world, shape it. and love it for today and tomorrow. Yvonne G.
This is only the beginning; what we’ve gone through so far can only be a small portion of what we have to face. Remember ... the effort applied is the ointment to the failure and the foundation to success.
To look back on our past in the presence of the future allows us to remember the roads we’ve journied to accomplish our goals in life.
Achieve your goals today because tomorrow is the farthest reality.
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Arvin. Pheon 9 Grumman Avenue Newark. N. J. Dais, Rodney Bruce 132 South Ninth Street Newark. N. J. Jordan, Juanita 21 Wolcott Terrace Newark. N. J. Ruff, Mary 208 Camden Street Newark. N. J.
Arvin. Renee 9 Grumman Avenue Newark. N. J. Devose. Leon 161 Johnson Avenue Newark. N. J. Little, Sharon 515 Elizabeth Avenue Newark. N. J. Sharpe. Graig 88 Somerset Street Newark, N. J.
Barnes. Phyliss 18 Buffington Street Newark. N. J. Dyes. Lisa 440 Elizabeth Avenue Newark. N. J. Mayers. Lisa 87 Chadwick Avenue Newark, N. J. Sharpe. Kim 732 South 18 Street Newark. N. J.
Benson, Donna 296 South 11 Street Newark. N. J. Edgarton. Harry 114 Barclay Street Newark. N. J. McCargo. Calvin 165 Wccquahic Avenue Newark, N. J. Singleton, Antonette 54 Boyd Street Newark. N. J.
Bradley. Phyliss 351 13 Avenue Newark. N. J. Flewcllcn, Deanna 189 Seymour Avenue Newark. N. J. Means. Brenda 686 South 11 Street Newark. N. J. Taylor, James 80 Sunset Avenue Newark, N. J.
Brandon. Brian Apt. 10-H 49 Lincoln Street Newark. N. J. Brown. Cynthia 430 North Fifth Street Newark. N. J. Caldwell, Kerhan 246 Renner Avenue Newark. N. J. Calloway. Albert 215 Renner Avenue Newark, N. J. Carter. Gail 274 West Kinney Street Newark. N. J. Cartwright, Cybelia 105 Keer Avenue Newark, N. J. Flowers, Kathy 145 Hedden Terrace Newark. N. J. Franklin, Debbie 299 Clinton Avenue Newark. N. J. Frazier. Annie 814 South 19 Street Newark. N. J. Freeman, Sharon 339 Leslie Street Newark, N. J. Grant, Yvonne 437 Badger Avenue Newark. N. J. Hall. Sam 171 Hillside Avenue Newark, N. J. Melvin, Tony 274 West Kinney Street Newark. N. J. Miah, Mymonah 26 Beverly Street Newark. N. J. Miller. Donna 463 Fourth Avenue Newark, N. J. Mitchell, Marcella 381 Badger Avenue Newark. N. J. Mitchell, Robin 319 Belmont Avenue Newark, N. J. Mobley, Eric 135 James Street Apt. 10E Newark. N. J. Taylor. Sonja 274 Littleton Avenue Newark, N. J. Thompson. Sharon 117 Vassar Avenue Newark. N. J. Toler, Dawn 97 Prince Street Apartment 3A Newark, N. J. Williams. Alvin 732 South 18 Street Newark. N. J. Williams. Bernetta 191 Dewey Street Newark, N. J. Ware, Chandcr 797 South Tenth Street Newark. N. J.
Carruthers, Joan 754 South 19 Street Newark. N. J. Hayes, Sheila 413 Clinton Place Newark, N. J. Monroe, Beverly 126 Chadwick Avenue Newark, N. J. Williams. Gloria 141 James Street Newark, N. J.
Christian, Arleada 14 Schecrer Avenue Newark, N. J. Howell, Barry 253 South Seventh Street Newark. N. J. Morgan, Yolanda 595 North Fifth Street Newark. N. J. Williams, Hylia 335 South 12 Street Newark, N. J.
Clark. Kimberly 678 South 18 Street Newark. N. J. Hyattc, Heather 15 Dewey Street Newark, N. J. Parker. Mark 7 Bock Avenue Newark, N. J. Williams, Loretta 477 University Avenue Newark, N. J.
Collins. Charlotte 24 Riverview Terrace Newark, N. J. Jeffries, Debra Newark. N. J. Pryor. Valicric 62 Seymour Avenue Newark, N. J. Williams, Pamela 326 14 Avenue Newark. N. J.
Connor, Linda 373 Seymour Avenue Newark, N. J. Johnson. Vincent 435 South 11 Street Newark. N. J. Ramirez, Maria 706 South 19 Street Newark, N. J. Youngc, Derek 746 South Tenth Street Newark, N. J.
Crosslcy, Aaron 166 North 12 Street Newark, N. J. Johnson. Walter 837 Hunterdon Street Newark, N. J. Ramos, Miriam 202 Montclair Avenue Newark, N. J. Young. Robin 96 Grand Avenue Newark, N. J.
They say that the first time around is the hardest. It's impossible to imagine things getting anything but easier!
University High did not exist until September, 1977, and we did not move into our building until a month later. Advisors had to volunteer, staffs had to be recruited, a photographer and publisher contracted with, al! at the proverbial last minute.
We were very fortunate in all respects. We are deeply appreciative to many — staff members Yolanda Morgan, Sheila Daniels, Maria Ramirez, and Sharon Thompson, along with a host of others, for the hours of meetings, writing, editing, rewriting, typing, and going slightly beserk with us as we faced deadlines. To the business staff which labored heroically for long hours on the booster campaign, raising well over $2,000, profound thanks, especially to Cynthia Brown, Susan Burnett, Kcrhan Caldwell, and 20 more. To our colleagues, with particular appreciation to Paula Eckstein and Walter Genuario, many thanks for the assistance in fundraising, and patience with us as we made demands on their time and nerves, to get the work done in a quality way, and on time.
Special thanks to our director and deputy director, Willie Young and Joe Malanga. for their wisdom, guidance, understanding, and help in a hundred different ways.
We are particularly indebted to Mr. Lou Esposito, the yearbook publisher's representative, a pro in every sense of the word, without whom this book would have been impossible.
And finally, thanks to Mr. Louis Allen of Glamour Studios, for his fine photographs, and many trips to the school.
And, of course, thanks to the class of 1978, the raison d'etre of the first PHOENIX.
Ron De Miglio Jim Lowenstcin
103 P.T.S.O. Congratulations to the class of 1978 from the University High School Parent Teachers Student Organization President: Robbye Lee Vice-President: John Breeden 2nd Vice-President: Saul Hammerman Treasurer: George Lane
WILLIE J. YOUNG, DIRECTOR JOSEPH J. MALANGA, VICE
104 Hold fast to dreams, for if dreams die Life is a broken-winged bird that cannot fly. -Langston Hughes
May your dreams come true!
Class of ’80
Walter Genuario Gwen Jackson Steve Shaffer Gloria Sheldon Joylette Sutton Maureen Vanderbrande Guidance: Fred Cucolo
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
The Student Government Organization of University High School wishes the best of good fortune to the class of '78.
Mr. E. Selby, Advisor
DeNeice Williams, President Pheon Kiz Arvin, Vice-President Cybelia Cartwright, Secretary Juanita Jordan, Treasurer Renee Arvin Terrell Franklin Barry Howell Debra Jefferies Marcella Mitchell Robin Mitchell Eric Mobley Maria Ramirez Antoinette Singleton Dawn Toler Derek Younge
Juniors Phyllis Boyd Carlton Chanbliss Renee Ellison Debra Larkins Mary Williams
Sophomores Michelle Clanton Lynda Green Woodrene Hughes Cynthia Jackson Clark Thompson Raymond Williams
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James W. Williams
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Philip Williams. Jr.
Philip Williams. Sr.
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