Reality, what a concept! Making the final publication deadline (give or take a week) was the fulfillment of this concept. The responsibility for this 1982 BSC yearbook has not only been a challenge but an impressionable experience that has taught me the reality offacing up to deadlines and dilemmas of all types. Putting together a yearbook of some 250 pages is not an easy task and I want to take this opportunity to thank the people who helped me along the way. This book is the ultimate result of an energetic and persistent effort by few people. My personal thanks go to two outstanding workers on my staff, Terry Kimmel and Connie Giancarli, for their perseverance to the bitter-sweet end; also to my parents and friends for their constant support and understanding; and to all the ELMS staff and everyone who put up with me, even in my worst of moods. My very special thanks go to The RECORD, USG, Dave Bledsoe, Ray Chamberlain, John Freder– ick, David Gentile of DELMAR, Sr. Martin Joseph Jones, Mary Lib Myers, William Troy and Walter Wells, all ofwhom helped and supported me in my ideas and goals. And finally, I want to thank everyone who helped in any way with this yearbook. I really hope you like it!
Barbara Ann Hoffman Editor-in-Chief 1982 ELMS
The ELMS is a product of BSC, funded in part·through USG by the mandatory student activity fee. The 1982 ELMS was printed by Delmar Printing Company in Charlotte, N.C. at an approxi– mate cost of $18,500.00. Press run is 1,500 copies (256 pages) printed on 80-lb. dull enamel paper. Process color appears on pages 1, 4, 5, 8, 9,12, 13, 16, 22, 23, 26, 27,30 and 31. All body and caption copy is Century Schoolbook. The majority of headlines are from the Melior family, except headlines in the Sports sec– tion which are News Gothic Bold. Cover photo was shot as a duotone and then lithographed on white book cloth in two col– ors, orange and black. Tri-X, Plus-X and Kodacolor 400 film was used with Ilfobrom papers 2, 3, 4 and 5, single weight. All photo– graphs were taken with Canon, Nikon and Pentax cameras. Se– nior portrait photographs were taken by Delma Studios in New York City.
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