University of San Francisco - USF Don Yearbook (San Francisco, CA)
- Class of 1988
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University of San Francisco The Don 1988 Julie Sullivan, EditorThe Credo of the University of San FranciscoWe believe in god, Creator of the universe and Lord of human life. We believe that each person possesses an inviolable dignity and natural rights derived from his relationship to God: We therefore oppose any philosophy which claims that the State rules the entire life of man; we equally oppose all racism, discrimination or persecution.
4We believe that men can fulfill their dignity only in human communities where peace and justice prevail. We believe in the sanctity of that human love which forms and protects the family, source and foundation of all human communities.
6We believe in the rights and obligations of employers and employees alike.
We believe in the right to possess private property; we also believe that the earth’s beauty and riches are given for the well being and enjoyment of all men, rather than for exploitation by a few.
We believe that human freedom is God’s great gift to man; we also believe that law must guide freedom toward human good. We believe that true democracy, if its tenets are respected, can lead men toward just and prosperous society.
10IIWe believe in academic freedom and professional responsibility: Academic freedom guarantees the right to expose and to • examine critically all opinions within a forum of rational discourse; it requires institutional independence from political and economic entanglement or coercion.
121}We believe finally in Jesus Christ and in His message that the entire life of man is subject to the rule of God, Who calls us to serious moral responsibilities so that human life in a truly human community might flourish.
of Liberal Arts and social sciences as well Jesuit tradition, the technical aspects of study in
:iences provides excellence in the the humanities. Based upon four »llege of Liberal Arts and Sciences rithin a given major with an inareas of knowledge to unify one’s
Graduating from the college of i to meet various professional
Arts and Sciences enables one ids encountered in a post —
CiriJ. NaegeJe, PhD. Dean of Liberal Am »nd Science
18C»-»r iii -.mi Ph.D., Dean of McLutn Collegeof Business
The McLaren college of Business, in its sixty-fourth year possesses a prestigious reputation for training students for leadership and responsibility in various business fields. Designed to develop analytical skills, the McLaren college of Business also combines creativity and other qualities of the mind required for adapting to the increasing complexity and constant change of business life. The interrelation of City and Univeristy provides numerous opportunities for students to relate the theory of the classroom to the realities of the marketplace.
19Nationally acclaimed, the School of Nursing prepares students for work in the health care field. The Nursing school is dedicated to understanding the value of all human life and to taking a holistic approach toward the ill. The Sisters of Mercy are associated with this four year program which integrates theory and skills with practical experience.
The School of Nursing is accredited by the California Board of Registered Nursing and The National League for Nursing; it is
a premier nursing curriculum.
Fay Bower, D.N.Sc, F A A N Dean of School of NursingEstablish) 1 m 1975, the college ol Professional Studies is designed for adults desiring to further their education at either the undergr.ulunK or postgraduate level. Degree programs have been designed to meet the needs of a working adult student population.
The undergraduate programs, through the Experiential Learning Center, offer students the opportunity to apply for credit for learning acquired prior to their admission. Recognizing both classroom and career work for credit, the college work includes business, education, liberal arts and sciences.The School of Education offers certificate, master’s and doctoral programs in six major areas: Counseling and Education Psychology. Curriculum and Instruction. Multicultural Education, Organization and Leadership, Private school Administration and Teacher Education.
The School of Education has a special commitment to human service, the advancement and sharing of learning, concern for the nurturing ami formation of positive attitudes. Classes are scheduled in the evenings and on weekends for the convenience of students who work.
22David L Ramcr, Dean School of Law
The School of Law, established in 1912, has earned a reputation for excellence, both in their full and pan time programs for the Juris Doctor degree.
The school emphasizes the development of analytical ability and the other fundamental skills of an effective lawyer rather than concentrating on legal rules effective in one |urisdiction or geographical area. Possessing a special concern for contemporary urban issues, the School of Law is well suited as preparation for varying careers including government, business, and legal education.
The School of Liw is a member of the Association of Americal Law Schools and is approved by the American Bar Association.2627282930
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back: Tia Gilmartin, Willis Lam, Mike Johnson, Cathlccn O'Donnell, Eric Ueland, Mike Dakan, Jim I gormarsino. from: Lisa Galten, Alexei Ma coux, Lisa Longchamp, Lynn Ritzman. missing:Anne Gates and Patrice Guzman.95 x»1
jo Gcnc Semcnza, Kary Murphy, Darlene Almogela, George Deeik. middle: Jeremy Harrison, Toby Brink, Michelle Weill,Larry ’Buzz” Lawson, Lee n T yrcnda Dixon, Bridget Kitt, Karie Parker, Dan HaJe, Marge Wahl, Jason Kenney, Luis Ramirez, bottom: Anita Wcssell, Maryanne John Murray, Ken Holmes, Denise Bennett.11 HI
, VCAMPUS MINISTRY
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A yfoup uf MUilcntt cnihutiiiMk .ibyut Cunptii Ministry's 5ih "U« Ninos" trip lu Tijuana. McxkuThe Campus Ministry Office tends to the individual and collective pastoral needs of the USF community. Grounded in the University’s rich tradition of Jesuit Catholic higher education, Campus Ministry seeks to make the Good News of Christ a vital dimension of campus life.
To this end, the staff offers a wide range of personal and group care — all designed to help individuals become more fully the persons our God calls us to be, and to help the University realize its role as a truly Christian Institution.
, 1 ; .r. Ministry: Fr. Christopher Cartwright, S. J., Director, Fr. Cartwright Uaptiso Michelle Weil.
Albert'. vkopt, S.J., Associate Director, Sr. Marie Ignatius,
- H M Associate Ditector. Sr. Garissa Gocckncr, Associate Director, f Joe S Associate Director. Mr. Matthew Walsh. Music Director, r Joht v .';in, Baptist Student Union Director. Ms.Jani Hughes.
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107SAINT IGNATIUS INSTITUTE
FRONT ROW: Ola Hen mo. Steven Torkclscn, Bernie Murphy, John Doyle, Julian Kowalski, Yuri Simpson, Mark Meyer. SECOND ROW: Tim McFlnery, Marco Lucchetta. Don Murphy, Mark DcCroce. Joe Murphy, Ken Holmes, Ted Driver. Phil Coates. THIRD ROW: Bjorn Schonbcck, Ivar Stromsmo, Asst. Coach Wolff, Asst Coach Visser, Head Coach Stephen Ncgocsco, Trainer Hayes, Asst. Coach Sofaer, Unknown. Bill Morgan. Nick Dimitrievski BACK ROW Dan Fcrrando, John Kinyon, Kit Halverson, Alan Bailey. Unknown, Robert Aparicio.Jim Matthews, Joe Gkichenhaus, Andrew Gloikowski
FRONT ROW: Dm Udttdii. Jenny Schnuk, Kathy Hold, Tina Gha aruiw. Margaret Hillhouie, Shelly Haight. BACK ROW: Mary Carlton, Dctlbe Pardicn, Ann Podesta, Sharon Mclicn, Donne An,mat, Head Coach Laurie Cotbclli.119Women’s Volleyball
Left to Right. Mike Dakan, Cameron Littocy, Brian McCarthy, Jamie Rdoj. Greg Kopecky. Helen O'Neil, Brett Jonct. Andrew Brocchini. Jim Beasky. Will Manme, Peter Kreuy, James Clark. Devin Koffcy, Josh Bligh. Not Pictured: Steve Thompson, Chin Nguyeh, Loric Wong.
Top RiJw from left to right: Heath Kraynak, Peter Haney, Mike O'hayon. Bottom Row: Dreux Gabler, Johnny Law, Kit Normandy, Launce Gamble. Not Pictured (because they skipped practice): Dan Dadmun, John Logan, Steve Lira, Chris La Dolce, Larry Moore, Beau Taylor, Bill Fredericks.
Back Row: John Anton (Asst. Coach). Erik Visser (Coach), Shanna Haines, I-hisa Almashy, Julie MeGuigan, Katie Halladay, Kathy Schneider, Sara Cowey, Belinda Gaynor, Patti Canedo, Maureen McLaughlin, Asst. Coach Woolf. Front Row: Terry Wheeler (Asst. Coach), Joan Harrington, Man-dy Garza, Robin Pfohman, Anne Olson, Margaret Lucy, Kimberly Quff, Allison Waterworth, Christina Fiori.
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Front Row: Kevin lillis ( 31), Rodney Tention ( 25), Keith Jackson ( 21), Robbie Grigsby ( 22), Kevin Mouton ( 14), Terrill Mali ( 21) Middle Row; MikeScStich ( 34), Equipment Manager Bob Giron. Student Assistant Coach Steve James, Assistant Coach Mike Farmer, Head Coach Jim Brovdli, Associate Coach John Cosentino, Trainer Wally Mayes, Patrick Chrdy ( 15). Back Row; Pat Guisri ( 51), Mark McCathrion ( 33). Joel DeBartoli ( 32), Jeff Christian ( 4-1), JoeScitger ( 55).
SENIORS AND UNDERCLASSMENI -15Hamid Agharadeh
Darlene Almogela Biology
Douglas Anderson Government
Felicitas Baja Biology
Cathy Biasetti Piych English
Patricia Breslin Accounting
Brenda Broad us Nursing
Robert W. Bye raft Economic
Pidelma Byme Government
Patricia Canedo Government
Claude Caputi Philotophy
William Cart Accounting
Elizabeth Carthagena Sociology
Gerard Carterton Nu ning
Millie Caatillo Gustavo Ce ballot Jorge Chaban Anthony Alva BedcieChan Kum Chan Patrick Chan
Wai Chan Management
Olivia Chang P ych PE
Sonia Chang Finance
Susanna Cheng Biology
Aklregc Fabiani Counseling
Alfonso Faustino. Jr.
N’egussie Feleke Finance
Steven Ferrari Economics
Jeffrey FesunofT l.iberal Arts
Lin Ling Chiang
Jamet Chin Accounting
Dean Ching Computer Science
Subhi Chithti Nuraing
Se Hooo Choi
Hoi Michael Chong Management
Suaan Collitu Piyehology
Avila Conttera Photography
Eric Croddy Spaniah
Alex David Buiinets
Liia Detmood Phdotophy
149Letlie Flora Nuning
Lillian Gallanota Marketing
Nicole Gallego Biology
Marican Garda Hoap. Management
Katharin GloUtein Comm Journalism
Jackie Ho Hospitality
Carmina Ignacio Finance
Robert Kane Comm. Am
Sutnie Kan no
Jolene Kearns Comm. Am
Bridget Kin Nuning
Kathy Kovar Accounting
Thomas Lam Int'l Bus.
Wai Lam Marketing
Colin Landrum Philosophy
Carlos Lanza BBA Management
Boon Lee Lee Marketing
Lee V —Lin
Kauri Lehtincn Management
Ching — Wen Lao
Ferdinand Lim CBIS Fmancc
Yuen — Chin Lm
Tau — Chin Ln General Bus,
Kim Loh Nee Peng Log Franklin Long
Judy Leilani Luce
Leslie Lum Marketing
Annie Ma Marketing
Jocdyn Maas Nursing
Fiorina Maliwat CBIS
152James Maloney Marketing
Helen Manning Finance
Marie — Noetic Mansfield
Alexie Marcoux Economics
Anne McFadden Julie McGuigan Asako Matoba
Ronald Mi sud II Accounting
A1 — Jaberi Mohamcd
Ilham Mohamcd Decision Science
Andrew Motrice Marketing
Cynthia Mui Accounting
Mimi Nakano Business
Alvin Ng Management
Luis Ng Finance
Ann O'Brien Nursing
Dyana Ontai Government
James OShea Liberal Arts
Kerim Otus Finance
Cristina Pejoro Psj-chology
Dominic Pejoro Po Som Pek
loan — Fui Pong Math
Kathleen Poole Spanith
Keat — Chin Poon Maryam Pourtardar
Roy Salazar Marketing
Frida Sam Finance
Anne Schreiner Seaneen Score
Eugene Semenza Finance
Erik Jan Sent
Kim — Far Shim Finance
155Sutanne Skim Nutting
Kathleen Slattery Finance
Kyoko Someya Ptychology
Gary Steflcns Organ. Behavior
Amy Sullivan Ptychology
Julie Sullivan Government
Kevin Sullivan Government
Hui — Chuan Sru Int'l Butinets
Shem Tan Int'l But,
Man mi Tanaka
Wing Shun Te Management
Philip Dominic Teo Computer ScienceUtoomthip Theeranaveekul CBIS
Steve Thompton Int'i Bu».
Soe Jek T)ioc Accounting
Catherine Tom Prych Nurung
John Truong Biochemutry
Eric Ueland History
Agody Ume — Ukejc Finance
Napoleon B. Uy
Sal V allot
Anda Maria Van
Minka Van Sloun MBA
Latha Venugopal Aveupo Villafria
Jennifer Wade Management
Si oi Wahjudi Rodolfo Walsh
Bonnie Wing Finance
Lin — Chi Wing
Wai Leong Wang
Anita Wewell P.B.
Josef Wong Accounting
Nora Wu Accounting
Yi — ShingWu Accounting
Cindy Yeung Int'l Bus.
Yi Yin Computer Sd.
Maria Zelaya Government
158159160161162Dan Aced Pilar Almy David Ambuul
Andrea Bru e
CUruvi Canilao John Carltvari Eddy Catobus
Cynthia Oumben Noellc Clark Sandy Cobb
Vitma Cm Tiffany Curran Stephanie Douglai
Antlrew l y
Priscilla HongHyde Hormigoso Rebecca HuUquiie William Kua
Hong — Tai bun
Kin Heng Lee
Yuefie Lee Jean Marie Luau Stephan MartiniK»i — Ming Mok
H nh Nguyen John Norton Stan O'Brien
168Margrethe Parar Sharon Parker Maro Perha
Julie Porter Shawn Ridgell John Rocro
169170Roteann Sullivan Suzanne Summerhays
San Thorpe Skip Tobacco
David Tognotxi Joseph Tota
Erin Vitbal Konya Washington Adrian Williams
Kaon Akujam Lovellie ALmogeU Andrew Andenon
K iwi Arnold
Milga BuchlmannKw nQun
Gtbcv« Gxpui SumtKt Mcvlyn f n«
Anne Gatcj Tie — Co Gwei Jakob Hansen
Loma Lynn Legaspi
Joseph Leonetti Linda Leong Aiona Have
Lydia Lowe Delvin Mack
Jody McCord Sharon McNabb Allard N’and
Merton Pang M. Alcxii Pan Miniti Quinces
Paula Smith Sabina Strerath Li — Jin Tan
Soooko Tauki Kim Thai Toledo Roncll
1181Norma Accvw Daniel Arnhuut Randall Atcc
Nancy Bcrgmann Angela Uruucl.A Alice But laff
Carolyn Cat colic Vickie ("how Ddic Oiuj
Edgar Dtjan Sherwin Kspaldon Terence Fuller
18)184185$!» » Grobnik Shoo — MciU Gwei Naney Henning
Christine Herrera Oi Ling HO Edmund Hooy
186Ying — Chun Lee Yoke Chee Lee Shan Chung Lim
Soo — Metig Lim Cesar Lopctjr. Deborah Luce
187188189Cathleen O'Donnell Mold Ohihima Grace Parag i
Patrick Psctcnon Mary Podcsra Kay Leong Poh
Maiyanne Thomai William Tsang Elaine Tztgarakis
190Stun Woo Vincent Wicck Barkur WetM
I193SIGNIFICANT EVENTS OF 1987
President and Mrs. Reagan waving from a Whitehousc terrace. This year marks the end of Pres. Reagan's eight-year tenure as president: the last president to serve two full terms was Dwight D. Eisenhower.
President Reagan talks with Soviet leader Mikhail gorbachev during arrival ceremonies at the White House. The two superpower leaders held a three-day summit meeting in December and signed a nuclear arms control agreement.
194A barge filled with 3.128 tons of garbage became a national joke and a symbol of the nation's worsening problem with solid waste management, the barge, looking for a place to dump its cargo, was banned by six states and three foreign countries before an incinerator reduced it to ash.
In an effort to keep the Persian Gulf open to navigation, the United States began in July to escort vessels to protect them from Iran. In September the U.S. Navy blew up an Iranian ship that was caught laying mines in the Gulf. Several mines were confiscated.
195The Dow Jones industrial stock average dropped 508 points, the largest in history, on Monday, October 19. Some called it a "crash," others called it a "meltdown" and others called it "Black Monday." Whatever it was, it stripped $500 billion from the market value ofU.S. securities.
Dennis Conner, the man who lost the America's Cup in 1983, won it back four years later. The Stars and Stripes completed a 4-0 sweep over Australia's Kookaburra 111 in the race that took place in Australia.Television evangelists Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker said farewell to the PTL ministry in March. Jim Bakker resigned after confessing to a sexual encounter with a young woman. Tammy Bakker bowed out of the broadcasts to undergo treatment for drug dependency.
An earthquake that measured 6.1 on the Richter scale hit Southern California in October. It was not a catastrophic quake, but the damage
The Golden Gate Bridge celebrated its 50th birthday. About 250,000 people jammed onto the bridge for an anniversary walk across the span. Another 500,000 packed the bridge approaches but were denied access because the engineers feared the span could not support the weight.the- six years since Americans first card of a mysterious immunity -bbintg disease from which no one covers, AIDS has killed nearly 25,000 Americans, millions of dollars ,ive poured into medical research and President Reagan has proclaimed the plague "Public Health Enemy No.
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IMarine Lt. G l. Oliver L. North, was a key official in the plan to finance anti-government rebels in Nicaragua with money from arms sales to Iran. In testimony before the Iran-Contra hearings in Washington, North became somewhat of a celebrity.
200President and Mrs. Reagan greated Pope John Paul il when he arrived in Miami to begin a nine-city tour of the United States which included a stop in San Francisco where he said a mass at Candlestick Park.
Another top entertainer was Whitney Houston.
Democratic presidential candidate Gary Hart was forced to drop his bid for the presidency after it was reported that he was romantically involved with Donna Rice, only to re-enter the race a few months later.
2».tFred Astaire, who epitomized Hollywood's elegance for 25 years dancing in top hat and tails with Ginger Rogers and other stars, died of pneumonia in June at the age of 88.
Libcrace, the glittering showman and pianist who captivated fans for four decades with an inimitable personal and musical style, died quietly at his home in February 1987 at the age of 67.
John Huston, who directed such films as "The Maltese Falcon" and "The Treasure of the Sierra Madre," died in his sleep in August at the age of 81.
2 HLee Marvin, the gravel-voiced Oscar winner who died in August at the age of 63, was remembered by colleagues as an actor who really was among the good guys even though he often portrayed the hard-as-nails rogue.
Jackie Gleason, the rotund "Great One" who got laughs and riches as a blustering bus driver in the television series "The Honcymooncrs," died in June at the age of 71.
Lome Greene, who for 14 years played the firm but gentle father to three sons on television's "Bonanza," died in September at the age of 72.
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Top Row: Michelle Wong, Paul Sullivan, Kelly Guy, Jeremy Harrison, Tom O'Rourke. Front Row: Rodolfo Walsh, Marc Pccha, David Ambuul, Bob Bycraft, Anne Gates, Lorna Legaspi. Sideways: Julie Sullivan, Editor.
Paul Sullivan and Tom O'Rourke, Sports Editors.220
Michelle Wong, Layout DesignerMarc Pecha, Assistant to the Editor.
Bob Bycraft, co-Photography Editor.223
Kelly Guy, Senior Photographer; Rodolfo Walsh, Senior Photographer; Michelle Wong, Layout Designer.The Editor's Amen
February 15, 1988 12:05 am: After two years as Editor of the Don, the second, and final book for me is done. It could not have been done without the help of my dedicated staff. They are not only great workers, but also great friends, and "thank you" could not possibly sum up my feelings.
I would also like to thank the Saint Ignatius Institute for providing me with a wonderful education and many life-long friends.
I hope this book provides years of enjoyment for all of my fellow students here at USE. Good Luck to my fellow Senior Class.
Here’s to the class of 1988!
Julie Sullivan Editor-in-Chief 1988 USF Don
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