Mother M. Germaine ONeill Mother M. Casimir Murray Mother Mary William Craig Mother M. Josepha Hurley Sister M. Marcella Gill Sister M. Sylvia Morgan Sister M. Eugenia Kealey Sister M. St. Mary Orr Sister M. Coleman Nee Sister Mary Reap Sister Anne Munley
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1987

The Tennis Bubble is dismantled.
1987

The Fred P. Pomerantz Monument is displayed in the Rotunda, February. The monument is commissioned by friends and employees of Leslie Fay, Inc., the company Mr. Pomerantz founded, and crafted on campus by contemporary sculptor Robert Griffith of the Marywood Art faculty. After the unveiling ceremony, the Leslie Fay, Inc. Scholarship is announced, an endowed fund to provide financial aid for students in Retail/Fashion Merchandising, Art, and Business.
1987

The first annual Years of Service award ceremony is held in the Crystal Room in Nazareth Hall, April 30.
1987

Marywood students sponsor a campus Fine Arts Festival, a well organized showcase of local talent that encompasses four days, from noon to 10:00 p.m. A variety of area bands, dancers, instrumental soloists and singers perform, while other artists display their paintings, sculpture, pottery, and glass creations in surrounding booths.
1987

For the first time in the history of the College, Marywood s basketball team, the Lady Pacers, are selected for the 32nd team NCAA Division III Tournament competition.
1987

Senor Foreign Language student Jennifer Berlinghieri receives a Fulbright Fellowship for study in France.
1987

The Marywood Players perform Oklahoma!
1987

The Zeta Epsilon chapter of Pi Kappa Lambda, the Music honor society, is formed at Marywood.
1987

Marywood gratefully shares with The University of Scranton a joint grant from the Pennsylvania Historical Records Advisory Board. The sum of $26,500 is to help both schools locate, identify, and organize institutional documents so that a record of the past will be available in the schools archives.
1987

Two members of the Philosophy faculty, William Mohan and Michael Foley, coauthor a book, Introduction to Philosophical Inquiry.
1987

Sister Coleman announces her intention to retire after eighteen years as President, effective June 1, 1988,Fall. Applications are solicited from the Sisters of the I.H.M. Congregation by the search committee appointed by the Board of Trustees, and the quest for Marywood s tenth president begins.
1987

Marywood College purchases forty-two acres along Olyphant Avenue from the I.H.M. Congregation.
1987

The Presidential Medal is presented to Governor and Mrs. Robert P. Casey.