Homecoming 1996 brings old, new faces

With his face painted purple and gold, Sigma Alpha Epsilon pledge Dale Schroeder, junior, runs across the football field carrying the SAE flag before the half-time festivities at Homecoming last weekend. / photo by Heather Morales
With his face painted purple and gold, Sigma Alpha Epsilon pledge Dale Schroeder, junior, runs across the football field carrying the SAE flag before the half-time festivities at Homecoming last weekend. / photo by Heather Morales
Senior Tieu-My Ngyuen, a French and business administration major, was crowned Homecoming Queen during half-time of last Saturday's football game against Menlo. She was escorted by her friend Ken Tran. Also during halftime, the Alpha Kappa Psi business fraternity sponsored a raffle in which the first prize of a $500 savings bond was won by sophomore David Dang. Second prize, a $200 bond, went to Pascual Diaz. / photo by Heather Morales
Senior Tieu-My Ngyuen, a French and business administration major, was crowned Homecoming Queen during half-time of last Saturday’s football game against Menlo. She was escorted by her friend Ken Tran. Also during halftime, the Alpha Kappa Psi business fraternity sponsored a raffle in which the first prize of a $500 savings bond was won by sophomore David Dang. Second prize, a $200 bond, went to Pascual Diaz. / photo by Heather Morales
Senior Richard Coberly, assisted by Carol Fetty, instructor of English, represents Prism magazine, making cotton candy at the ULV fair. / photo by Amy M. Boyle
Senior Richard Coberly, assisted by Carol Fetty, instructor of English, represents Prism magazine, making cotton candy at the ULV fair. / photo by Amy M. Boyle
Sophomores Deette Clay and Kenita Lewis share a few laughs and memories with former ULV student Dan Fewx. / photo by Amy M. Boyle
Sophomores Deette Clay and Kenita Lewis share a few laughs and memories with former ULV student Dan Fewx. / photo by Amy M. Boyle
Sitting together are Rodney Davis ('48), his wife Dorothy, ('51), Barbara and Dwight Enher ('42) and Virginia Stark ('51). They are the remaining children of former President C. Ernest Davis, who served from 1938-1948 and was influential for naming Founders Hall and the Campus Times. Sitting with them is Bernice Pence ('48), daughter of Jesse Brandt, for whom Brandt Hall was named. / photo by Amy M. Boyle
Sitting together are Rodney Davis (’48), his wife Dorothy, (’51), Barbara and Dwight Enher (’42) and Virginia Stark (’51). They are the remaining children of former President C. Ernest Davis, who served from 1938-1948 and was influential for naming Founders Hall and the Campus Times. Sitting with them is Bernice Pence (’48), daughter of Jesse Brandt, for whom Brandt Hall was named. / photo by Amy M. Boyle
This year's grand marshal was Dr. Marlin Heckman, who has served as head librarian for 25 years. He holds a Ph.D. from the Graduate Library School of the University of Chicago. "To go along with the theme of Homecoming, there is truly no place like home. I have had 18 relatives, including a grandmother, graduate from La Verne," he said. / photo by Amy M. Boyle
This year’s grand marshal was Dr. Marlin Heckman, who has served as head librarian for 25 years. He holds a Ph.D. from the Graduate Library School of the University of Chicago. “To go along with the theme of Homecoming, there is truly no place like home. I have had 18 relatives, including a grandmother, graduate from La Verne,” he said. / photo by Amy M. Boyle
Operations worker Scott Forsyth advises in a design by his friend, Christopher Kyame as he colors the sidewalk with his mother Pam looking on. The first annual coloring contest was sponsored by the Student Alumni Association. The children were asked to draw about what "No Place Like Home" meant to them. / photo by Amy M. Boyle
Operations worker Scott Forsyth advises in a design by his friend, Christopher Kyame as he colors the sidewalk with his mother Pam looking on. The first annual coloring contest was sponsored by the Student Alumni Association. The children were asked to draw about what “No Place Like Home” meant to them. / photo by Amy M. Boyle
At the head of the parade, freshman Allison Evans and sophomore Valancy Rasmussen carry a banner with the 1996 Homecoming theme, "ULV...There's No Place Like Home." / photo by Amy M. Boyle
At the head of the parade, freshman Allison Evans and sophomore Valancy Rasmussen carry a banner with the 1996 Homecoming theme, “ULV…There’s No Place Like Home.” / photo by Amy M. Boyle
Treasurer Avo Kechichian ('80) shares a sno-cone with his nephew, Alec Hovsepian. The sno-cones were sold at the booth sponsored by Prism. / photo by Amy M. Boyle
Treasurer Avo Kechichian (’80) shares a sno-cone with his nephew, Alec Hovsepian. The sno-cones were sold at the booth sponsored by Prism. / photo by Amy M. Boyle
Juniors Liz Lomeli and Sergio Velasquez, along with Denise McCrea, mother of senior Shannon McCrea, take part in the cake walk at the ULV fair. The cake walk was sponsored by the Society of Physical and Life Science Scholars, which has been on campus for two years. / photo by Amy M. Boyle
Juniors Liz Lomeli and Sergio Velasquez, along with Denise McCrea, mother of senior Shannon McCrea, take part in the cake walk at the ULV fair. The cake walk was sponsored by the Society of Physical and Life Science Scholars, which has been on campus for two years. / photo by Amy M. Boyle
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