Excerpt from Artemisia, 1965
Dean Mobley has been at the University of Nevada for almost twenty years now, and in this time she has done much for the stu dents and the organizations on campus. She serves on the Committee of Academic Stand ards, advises the Pan-hellenic and a.w.s. Councils, as well as Sagens, just to mention a few of her duties. Besides serving in this official capacity, Dean Mobley gives of her self and her time in other ways. Other than the five o'clock feeding time for the ducks at the Lake, Dean Mobley can almost always be seen at all school functions since she feels, They wouldn't ask me to come if they didn't want me. She often complains that she can't get to know the students as well as she would like to, and it is this very factor which often extends her day into ten and twelve hours. To this she only replies, In this type of work, you can't shut the door at the end of the day and leave it behind you.
It is this high respect that Dean Mobley feels for all the students that has engendered such a feeling in the students for her, and it is because of her dedication to us that we dedicate the 1965 artemisia to her.
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