University of Santa Clara - Redwood Yearbook (Santa Clara, CA)

 - Class of 1986

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Sophomore Teresa Holdener and Rose Que find out that being an Orientation Advisor actually involves strenuous physical work, as they struggle to lift freshman luggage up the Swig steps. Spring selection for OAs is a very competitive process, with many students applying, With their bright red SCU orientation folders in hand, Paul Clifford and Craig DePole look through the many materials they have received. Orientation 1985 was characterized hy many new events, such as the Western Round-Up and the Career Development workshop Eric Fischer Eric Fischer Orientation Advisor Liz Reynoso helps lohn Mathias unload one ol his many suitcases. One of the pleasant surprises that welcomed freshmen as they drove up to the dorm halls was the friendly and immediate assistance offered by OAs. After moving in, freshman Bill Cregerson and his mother listen as steering committee member Gina Perrella explains the different items included in the orientation packet. Heidi Knaut and Anne Marie DiGeronimo were also among the students who helped pass out these packets at the Kennedy Mall Check-in area. 4l0 Student Life

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REACTIO TO THE ACTIO f you go on a Friday or Saturday night, you can barely breathe. In fact, you're lucky if you even make it through the door. But if you do get inside to experience the smells and feel the wildness and taste the beer and hear Sinatra and see Rich North well you experience The Hut. In many ways, The Hut is a special place. Years from now, we will still tell stories of that place and the people who gathered there, just as we will share memories ofthe other people we encountered here. We are a small school. In some ways this is a disadvantage in that we become sheltered from people of different social, ethnic, and economic backgrounds. But our small student body is also an advantage. At Santa Clara we are given the opportunity to build lasting friendships not only with classmates, but even with professors. And the wealth of activities available in 1986 created as close a university community as ever before. But student life was more than activities and entertainment. It was figuring out ways to evade the strict alcohol policy. It was late night study sessions. It was the Benson Blues. But most of all it was friends and the ways in which we, as a collective student body, interacted with each other throughout the year. Student Life Division



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TRA N N THE ROOKIE ""' by Chmstme Spencer Z' mid the confusion and .I . A! Q4 .2 4 g. Visit 1 .W-if-' v Eric Fischer chaos, the sounds of slamming car doors and beeping horns are heard as a new load of troops arrive to do battle with college at SCU. "What a zoo!" says one, lost youth. "Everyone is trying to unload their junk at the same time." Hunk?" exclaims one helping hunk with a white shirt and green name button. "I've never seen so many fancy appliances in my life." "It'sjust my luck,', says another enthusiastic OA. "I always seem to be moving people in on the top floor of Swigf' Helping hands reach for every package and piece of luggage emerging from the variety of vehicles lined up in front of the dorms. The freshmen, some looking forlorn, others appearing excited, try to get their bearings. "Can I help you?" asks yet another smiling lifesaver. "Which way do I go?" wails the freshman. Yes, it will be a long day. The next day dawns and the freshman arrivals are in a stage of uncertainty. "I feel like I'm hanging in limbo! And I want to know what happens next." The OAs listen and laugh to themselves. The freshmen are "stressed out!" "Relax! Tryk to get involved in what you really enjoy and meet lots of people." "Sounds good," the freshmen reply. "But how?" The Candlelight Dinner and Dance seems to be the perfect answer. Or is it? The shy freshman women line up on one side, men on the other. Something has to be done. The OAS yell "Loosen up!" and the wild dancing begins. "It's really fun,', says one swinging young lady. "I can feel the energy." "The freshmen men are even better looking when dressed up," remarks another enthusiastic dancer. Yes, the Candlelight extravaganza is a success, but it's only the beginning. Two days later many freshmen feel the end of the fun has come. "Registration?! Yuk!" one freshman responds. "You mean I start classes tomorrow? My mind will never be in gear!" exclaims another member of the disheartened troop. Yes, the entertaining orientation is almost over and the battle with classes will soon be starting. Freshmen are on their own. The OAS leave with a few friendly words: "Take things as they come, and always remember why you are here." 'ilt is exciting, but scary," says one freshman. "Sounds like funf' says another new arrival. "But when is vacation?" Yes, the freshmen have arrived. Training the Rookies

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