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President's Message and Dedication 

l\/lessages from the Co-Editors in Chief 

Around Campus 

Fall Events 

Spring Events 

Curry College Academics 

Athletics Pages 

Curry Arts Journal Selections 

Special Thanks 

Senior Week 

Nurses' Pinning & Commencement 

Senior Portraits 

Parent Ads 




Greetings to the Curry College Class of 2007. 

On behalf of your alma mater, please accept my warmest congratulations and best 
wishes upon achieving your Curry College degree, and becoming a member of the 
Curry College Alumni. 

For the balance of your lives, you will always be linked with this great Institution. 
We have benefited from our relationship with you, and I am certain that your 
relationship with Curry will bring you many, many personal and professional 
benefits and advantages over the years. 

As you periodically flip through this yearbook, and enjoy the many remembrances 
that process brings, please know that you are part of a strong and proud academic 
and alumni community. 

I am particularly pleased that you have chosen to dedicate this years yearbook to 
Dr. David A. Fedo, who both joins you as a Curry College Alum this year as a 
member of the Class of 2007, and delivered our Commencement address. All of us 
have been fortunate that Dean Fedo served as the academic leader of our great 
Institution during your entire tenure as students. I know that he is thrilled to be a 
member of your class of 2007. 

Best wishes to all of the members of the Class of 2007 for all of their undertakings. 
The future holds great things for you, and we're proud that you are Curry College 

alums! 



Congratulations and good luck. 

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Please come back and visit us on Campus many 



Very truly yours, 



Kenneth K. Quigley, Jr. 



Yearbook 
Dedication 




Dr. DairidA. fed& 
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The Senior Class and the Yearbook would like to join the Curry College community in 
recognizing Dr. David A. Fedo for his sustained contributions to the welfare and success of 
the Curry College community. 

Dr. Fedo, retiring after 17 years of service as Academic Dean, was awarded an honorary 
Doctor of Education. Dean Fedo, who has seen thousands of Curry students receive their 
degrees, addressed this year's graduating class with heartfelt words about Curry. 

Reciting a monologue from his role in a high school play in Minnesota called the Teahouse 
of the August Moon, Dr. Fedo concluded his remarks noting that, "for some of us our play at 
Curry is ending. But the drama of life continues, and Curry remains, vigorous and strong. 
You, as graduates, will leave with your many memories of this College, and so will I. I 
sincerely hope that you have loved Curry, as I do, and that as the years go by, what you 
have learned here, and the people you have known, will be a reservoir of knowledge and 
wisdom and strength. Your future, including your various beginnings and endings, will then 
surely become part of the rich legacy of Curry College." 

In turn, the Class of 2007 would like to wish Dr. Fedo best wishes in his new journey. 










Additionally, the class of 2007 would also like dedicate this yearbook to those who 
lost their lives and were affected by the tragedy at Virginia Tech this year. 



A message from the Class President and the Co-Editor-in-Chief of the yearbook: 

-Jeff Bodio- 

The last four years went by fast; but out of those years we have made a lot of memories and 

friendships that will be there through a life time. I would like to say thank you for a memorable year. I 

wish you all the best of luck in the years to come and the future. 






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Football 



NEFC Champions!! 

The Colonels face intense competition in the 16 
teram New England Football Conference, the largest 
Di\ ision III football conference in the nation. 



In 2006. Curn," won its fourth consecutive NEFC 
Championship and made its fourth straight 
appearance in the NCAA Division III Tournament. 

Curn, has a 40-3 regular season record over the past 
four seasons, including a school record of 1 1 wins in 
both 2003 and 2006. The Colonels have qualified 
for the post season for six consecutive years (2001- 
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FItchburg State College 


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Westfled Sate College 


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Western New England College 


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Salve Regina University 


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Endicott College 


35 


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Plymouth State Universioty 


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Nichols College 


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Umass Dartmouth 


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Coast Guard 


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(NEFC Chamionship) 






Springfield College 


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Seniors: 

Sean Crowley, Captain 
Daniel Dufour, Captain 
Chris Ernst, Captain 
Jarrad Jordan, Captain 
Leiand Carter, 
Patrick Cronin, 
Jim Ellis, 
Chris Graham, 
Leon McBean, 
Sonny McDonald, 
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Curry's 10 member cheerleading squard attends all home and away football games 

in the fall and all home men's basketball games during the winter. 

The Colonels' cheerleading team placed 4th at NCA Nationis in 2007. 

Between 2003-2006, Curry's cheerleading squard attend NCAA playoff games in 

Troy, NY, Geneva, NY, Doylestown, PA and Springfield, MA in support of the 

Colonels' football program 




Women's Tennis 



The Colonels' Women's Tennis squad plays 

in the fall season with an 18 match schedule 

on Curry's brand new "Big Nione" 

championship courts 

In 2003, women's tennis had student 

athletes selected for First Team All 

Conference honors in both singles and 

doubles. 

Both Curry tennis squads are coached by 

United States Professional Tennis 

Association (USPTA) members 






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Johnson & Wales 


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Gordon College 


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Salve Regina University 


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Colby Sawyer College 


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Emmanuel College 


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Endicott College 





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Nichols College 





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Salem State College 


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Wentworth 


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Regis College 


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Roger Williams 





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Umass Dartmouth 


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Eastern Nazarene College 5 


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Colby SAwyer College 


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Bridgewater State 


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Newbury College 


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Emerson College 


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Becker Copllege 


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Seniors: 

Dana Drysdale 

Lauren Fitzgerald, Captain 




Women's Soccer 

The Women's Soccer team plays a 20 game 

scheadule against CCC and non-conference 

opponents from the New England area. Pre-season 

camp in August helps prepare the squards for the 

fall season, and tje indopor program keeps their 

skills sharp during the winter monts. 

In 2006, Curry had its second 13 win season 13-5-3 

in three years. The Colonels went 8-2-2 in the 

Commonwealth Coast Copnference CCC play and 

secured the #4 seed in the CCC Tournament. 

In 2006, Curry went undefeated 7-0-2 in its last nine 

conference games and paced the CCC in fewest 

goals allowed per game (0.58) 

In 2006 , for the first time in 12 years, the women's 

soccer team advanced to the conference semi-finals 



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Roger Williams 
Anna Maria College 
Gordon College 
Eastern Nazarene College 
St. Joseph's (CT) 
Emerson College 
Salce Regina University 
Nichols College 
Univ. of New England 
Colby Sawyer College 
Wentworth 
Regis College 
Mt. Ida College 
Endicott College 
New England College 
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Seniors: 

Sara Corbin, Captain 
Jessica Nassar, Captain 
Kinn Sturgis, Captain 



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Men's Soccer 

The men's soccer team plays 20 
game schedule against 
Commonwealth Coast Conference 
and non conference opponents 
from the New England area. Pre- 
season camp in August helps 
prepare the squads for the fall 
season, and the indoor program 
keeps their skills sharp during the 
winter months. 

In 2006, the men's soccer team 
finished 8-8-1 overall, the program's 
highest win total and first .500 or 
finish since 1995. 

The Colonels notched a 4-6-1 
record in CCC games (includes 
three one goal losses). 

Curry qualified for the 2006 CCC 
Tournament for the first time since 
2001 and was the # 7 seed. In the 
quaterfinals, the squard forced 
second seeded Salve Regina into 
overtime before succumbuing 3-2 



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Rogar Williams 

Anna Maria College 

Gordon College 

Eastern Nazarene College 

Emerson College 

Salve Regina University 

Nichols College 

Univ. of New England 

Colby-Swayer College 

Wentworth 

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Mitchell College 

Endicott College 

New England College 

Salve Regina (CCC Qauter Final) 



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Cross Country 



Curry's cross country program has 
grown steadily since its inception in 
the fall of 1998. The Colonels now 
field a team of 12 runners who 
compete in meets throughout New 
England during the fall. 
First year Head Coach Brian 
Mioody will take his squad to 
numerous meets in 2006, including 
the Commonwealth Coast 
Conference Championships, ECAC 
Division III Championships and the 
NCAA Division III Qualifiers. 



Results 
Mass. Maritime Invitational 4th Place (Team & Individual 
Results) 



Umass Dartmouth Invitational 31st Place (Team Results); 
Individual 



Pop Crowell Invitational @ Gordon 21 st Place (Team Results); 
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Rogar Williams Invitational # 1 4th Place 



Emmanuel College Invitational 6th Place (Team & Individual 
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Women's Basketball 



The Colonel's home court advantage is 
highlighted in the Miller Gymnasium, which 
played host to both men's and women's 
Commonwealth Coast Conference 
Tournament games in 2004. 

Curry's women's basketball team won 22 
games during the 2002-2003 season the 
most victories in school history. 






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D'Youville 


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Umass Boston 


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Wheaton College 


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Bridgewater St. College 


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Suffolk University 


48 


67 


Nichols College 


68 


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Roger Williams 


62 


67 


Rivier College 


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Univ. of New England 


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Salve Regina University 


50 


69 


Nichols College 


72 


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Regis College 


91 


65 


Roger Williams University 


61 


71 


Regis College 


65 


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Salve Regina University 


50 


72 


Eastern Nazarene 


103 


53 


Endicott College 


65 


79 


Anna Maria College 


83 


75 


Gordon College 


70 


56 


Colby-Sawyer College 


49 


68 


Western New England College 


51 


65 


New England College 


73 


70 


Eastern Nazarene College 


71 


61 


Wentworth 


47 


72 


Anna Maria College 


74 


61 


Colby-Sawyer College 


58 


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Colleen Dunn 



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Men's Basketball 

The Colonels' home court advantage is 
highlighted in the IVIiller Gymnasium, which 
features an updated playing surfacwe and 
refurbished home and visting locker rooms. 
In 2005, Curry advanced to the conference 
tournament semi-finals and fell just three 
points shy of advancing to the CCC Finals. 
Thw Colonels' men's basketball squard won 
the CCC South Division regulatr season title 
in 2004 and made its first ever appearance 
in the ECAC Division III New England 
Tournament. 

After his debut, season, men's basjketball 
Head Coach Malcolm Wynn was named as 
the 2004 Conference "Coach of tthe Year." 



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Rutgers-Camden 


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Springfield College 


67 


76 


Colby-Sawyer 


89 


85 


Framingham State 


82 


85 


Trinity Colege 


87 


104 


Nichols 


73 


68 


Roger Williams 


50 


65 


Western New England Colleg 


53 


70 


Brandeis Unoversity 


73 


81 


University of New England 


73 


74 


Salve Regina University 


69 


72 


Nichols College 


74 


71 


Roger Williams University 


69 


67 


Salve Regina 


84 


77 


Eastern Nazarene 


79 


71 


Endicott College 


62 


64 


Anna Maria College 


66 


54 


Newbury College 


76 


55 


Gordon College 


53 


77 


Colby-Sawyer College 


81 


75 


New England College 


93 


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Eastern Nazarene 


84 


75 


Wentworth 


79 


74 


Anna Maria College 


73 


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Endicott (CCC Semi-Finals) 


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Wentworth (CCC Championship) 


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Emerson Coollege 


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Stephen Prescod 
Toby Brittian 
Marvin Lamarre 
Christopher Landford 



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Men's Hockey 



The Colonels compete in one of the toughest Division III 

conferences; the ECAC Northeast. 

They also have one of the finest practice and game facilities 

in the New England region the IVIax D. Uln Rinl< in Milton. 

In 2006-2007, the Colonels finished with a 16-9-2 overall 

record and 13-1-1 in the ECAC Northeast. 

Davies surpassed Bill Stewart as Curry career wins leader 

with 117. 

In 2005-2006, hockey posted a 16-11-1 overall record and 

13-1-1 in the ECAC Northeast. 

Curry was seeded # 2 in the 2005-2006 ECAC Northeast 

Tournament and advanced to the championship for the third 

year in a row. 






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Franklin Pierce 


12 


1 


Manhattanville 


2 


9 


Fitchburg State College 


5 





Salve Regina University 


6 





Framingham St. College 


7 





Stonehill College 


9 


1 


UMass Dartmouth 


2 


3 


Genesee 


8 


2 


Hobart 


4 


7 


Wisconsin-Stevens Point 


5 


3 


Wisconsin-Superior 


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Trinity College 


2 


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So. New Hampshire 


14 


3 


Plattsburgh State 


2 


9 


New England College 


2 


3 


Wentworth 


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Western N.E. 


7 


2 


Nichols College 


5 


3 


Plymouth State 


6 


3 


Babson College 


2 


4 


Woscester St. College 


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4 


Suffolk University 


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Assumption College 


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Wentworth 


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4 


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Bobby Sequiera, Captain 

George Cadematori, Asst. 
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Bill McCreary, Asst. Captain 

Geoffrey Ferreira 

Steve Kelleher 

Jonathan Whitham 



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Women's Lacrosse 

In 2008, Caitlin Roberts will lead the Colonels for 

her 8th season. Roberts earned her 100th career 

win during the 2007 season. 

In 2007 the Colonels finished their campaign with a 

15-6 overall record and 7-2 in the Commonwealth 

Coast Conference. 

Curry had the most wins and CCC wins in a season 

and the highest finish in Conference (2nd). 

The Colonels advanced to the ECAC finals for the 

second consecutive year. 

In 2006, Curry posted a 13-7 overall record, the 

second best record in the program's history. 

The Colonels advanced to the 2006 Commonwealth 

Coast Conference (CCC) Championship for first 

time after defeating Gordon College in the 

quarterfinal game and the University of New 

England in the semi-finals. Curry also participated 

in the ECAC Championship game. 

First year player Nikki MacKay was named 2006 

Commonwealth Coast Conference "Offensive 

Player of the Year." 



Us Theirs 

Lasell College 19 6 

Springfield College 6 12 

Haverford College 11 12 

Bridgewater State 18 9 

Univ. of Southern Maine 15 6 

Worcester State 15 11 

Rhode Island College 16 1 

Gordon 6 9 

Emerson College 18 

New England College 18 6 

Endicott 19 16 

Regis College 19 2 

University of New England 14 7 

Salve Regina 23 10 

Colby-Sawyer 17 14 

Roger Williams 10 16 

Nichols 14 5 

Salve Regina 20 8 
(CCC Quarterfinals) 

Endicott College 14 19 
(CCC Semi-Finals) 

Bridgewater State 17 10 
(ECAC Semi-Finals) 

Plymouth State 7 16 
(ECAC Championship) 



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Emily Knight, Captain 
Jessica Nassar, Captain 
IVIaureen Ruane, Captain 



Men's Lacrosse 

In 2008, Steve Batchelor will lead the 

Colonels for his third season. 

In 2007 the Colonels ended their 

campaign with a 6-10 overall record 

and 4-4 in the Commonwealth Coast 

Conference. 

The six wins was the most since the 

2003 season. 

The colonels defeated Roger Williams 

University for the first time in school 

history with a thrilling 7-6 overtime 

win. 

Curry played in the conference 

tournament quarterfinal game as the # 

6 seed but lost the # 3 seed Gordon 

College. 

In 2006, Curry posted a 5-1 1 overall 

record and 3-5 record in the 

Commonwealth Coast Conference. 

The Colonels advanced to the 

quarterfinal round of the 2006 CCC 

Tournament as the # 6 seed. 






Us 


Theirs 


Umass Dartmouth 


6 


11 


Mount Ida College 


9 


10 


Castleton State 


5 


9 


Mass. Maritime Academy 


9 


6 


Umass Boston 


7 


8 


Gordon 


6 


8 


Lasell College 


7 


5 


Endicott 


2 


13 


Plymouth State 


6 


7 


University of New England 


13 


11 


Salve Regina 


7 


8 


New England College 


9 


4 


Wentworth 


3 


6 


Roger Williams 


7 


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Nichols 


14 


5 


Gordon College 


16 


9 


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Seniors: 

Gerard Dhoogle, Captain 
Pat Leonard, Captain 
John IVlorin, Captain 
Alex Savioli, Captian 

ike Forster 
Cliris Graham 
Steve Kelleher 
Sean Murry 

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Curry Softball 



A personal contender in the highly- 
competitive Commonwealth Coast 
Conference (CCC), Curry opens its spring 
schedule every March by playing eight 
games in Ft. Myers, Florida. 
In 2007, Curry's Softball squad will be led by 
12th year Head Coach Brue Weckworth, 
who ranks among the national leaders in 
Division ill for career wins with more than 
250. 

In 2006, the Colonels posted a 26-20 record 
overall and a 15-7 mark in Commonwealth 
Coast Conference (CCC) play. Curry 
advanced to the CCC finals, but fell just shy 
of a conference title. 

The Softball diamond was recently upgraded 
with new permanent outfield fencing and a 
warning track. 




Anna Maria 


8-0 W 


12-OW 


Fitchburg State 


2-1 W 




UMass Dartmouth 


6-5 W (10 INN 


) 8-1 W 


Salem State 


8-1 W 




Wentworth 


14-OW 


17-OW 


Roger Williams 


5-4 W 


5-8 L 


Johnson & Wales 


8-1 W 




R.I. College 


1-3 L 


1-12 L 


Univ of New England 


0-6 L 


5-7 L 


Wellesley College 


0-5 L 


2-9 L 


Gordon College 


6-2 W 


6-5 W 


Nichols College 


8-0 W 


5-2 W 


Brandeis University 


6-0 W 




Salve Regina 


5-2 W 


0-6 L 


Eastern Nazarene 


2-0 W 


3-0 W 


Regis College 


10-OW 


5-1 W 


Endicott College 


2-3 L 


6-1 W 


N.E. College 


8-5 W 


16-5W 


N.E. College 


6-3 W 




(CCC Tournament @ Endicott) 




Endicott 


0-6 L 




(CCC Tournament) 






Salve Regina 


3-0 W 




(CCC Tournament @ 


Roger Williams) 




Univ. of New England 


4-2 W 




(CCC Tournament @ 


Roger Williams) 




Roger Williams 


6-7 L 




(CCC Tournament) 






Western N.E. College 


0-3 L 




(ECAC Div III New England Tournament) 






Seniors: 

Katie Darragh, Captain 
Kimberly Sturgis, Captain 
Emily Taylor, Captain 
Diane Gilbody 



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Men's Baseball 

A program rich in tradition at Curry 
College, the baseball team participates 
in a rigorous 35 game, regular season 
schedule beginning in March. The 
Colonels take an annual spring break 
trip to Orlando, Florida. 
In 2007, Curry's baseball squad will be 
led by ninth year Head Coach Dave 
Perdios, whose teams posted back-to- 
back 20 win seasons in 2005 and 2006. 
In 2006, the Colonels finished with a 
20-17-1 overall record, and a 12-8 mark 
in Commonwealth Coast Conference 
(CCC) play. 

Recent updates to the Jack Vallely 
Diamond include a new outfield 
warning track and new permanent 
outfield fencing. 



Gordon 

Eastern Nazarene 

Anna Maria 

Babson College 

Nichols 

Suffolk University 

Endicott 

R.I. College 

Colby-Sawyer 

Wentworth 

Salve Regina 

N.E. College 

Roger Williams 



4-0 W 13-1 W 

5-2 W 3-0 W 

8-2 W 13-OW 

5-4 W (11 innings) 



10-0W 
4-1 W 
9-0 W 
10-13 L 
5-1 W 
7-1 W 
8-12 L 
12-OW 
8-3 W 



Wentworth (CCC Tournament) 
Roger Williams (CCC Tournament) 
Roger Williams (CCC Tournament ) 
Salve Regina (CCC Championship) 
Keene State 4-9 L (10 inn.) 

NCAA Division III New England Regional 
Wheaton 6-7 L (16 inn.) 

NCAA Division III New England Regional 



1-2 L 

8-5 W 

2-1 W 
5-3 W 
5-3 W 

13-OW 
6-3 W 

11-7W 
3-2 W 
9-0 W 
4-3 W 




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Seniors: 
Jason Collins 
Eric Lochiatto 
Chris Scarola 



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Men's Tennis 

The Colonels' tennis play in different 
seasons; women in the fall and men in the 
spring. Both teams play an 18 match 
schedule on Curry's brand new "Big Nine" 
championship courts. 

In 2007, Curry will be led by first year Head 
Coach Seth Walrath. 

The Colonels posted winning seasons in both 
2005 (12-4) and 2006 (9-6). 





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Theirs 


Nichols 


5 


4 


Roger Williams 
Johnson & Wales 



3 


9 
6 


Newbury College 
R.I College 
Colby-Sawyer 
Becker College 
Salve Regina 
Wentworth 


9 
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3 


Gordon 


8 


1 


Suffolk 


8 


1 


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3 


6 


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2 


7 


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Confronting the Enemy- 
by: Sara Letourneau 



I will approach you cautiously 
I've never danced with death before 

I will stare you directly in the eye 
Make you feel my presence even more 

I will analyze your every move 

Always second-guessing, never taking chances 

I will follow every step you take 
Especially the ones coming closer to me 

I will ball my tiny hands into fists 
Pretending I'm stronger than I really am 

I will keep you in my line of sight 

For if I turn my back, you might just attack 

I will clench my teeth and exhale deeply 
I'm not afraid, I'm still alive 

I will summon my every ounce of courage 
Unaware of what I'm fully capable of doing 

I will search my soul for that inspiration 
Because deep in my heart, I know I can 
And I will 
I will defeat you 



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Arts 

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Selections 
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Curry 

Arts 

Journal 



For Kimberly- 

by: Molly Howard 



Your smile could light up a room, 
and your determination made me 
look up to you. You worked hard 
and played hard. You made life seem 
so amazing and so worthwhile. So why 
were you the one to go? 

Now your presence 

is all around me. When I drive 

past the scene of your accident, all I can think about 

is that horrible night, that phone call 

and how much pain 

you must have been in. I saw your car 

on the news and couldn't believe it 

your basketball sneakers, the ones you were so 

excited about getting, were on the floor next to your feet. 

You were such a beautiful girl, 
such a hard-working person. 
Black, white, or blue, 
everyone was important to you. 

Singing to music, going to parties together, 
watching you play basketball all gone 
in the blink of an eye. Its just not fair 
I didn't get to say good-bye. 

When I saw you two days before you died, 
you told me that you loved me 
and that we'd see each other soon. 
Little did I know that the next time 
I would see you in a casket. 
It didn't even look like you. 

They buried your body the next morning. 
I threw a rose down 

on your casket, and that was the last time 
I saw you, my roommate, my friend. 

But I guess there is one positive outcome 

to this tragedy. Your up in heaven now 

with your daddy, the place you always wanted to be. 

So good-bye, Kimberly. Ill see you around. 

I love you and miss you. 

Im out. 



Untitled- 

by: Heather Harrington 





Writer's Block 

by: Sara Letourneau 



She swims 

in an ink-black sea; 

lier arms flailing, 

groping for her surroundings. 

Her heavy body 

sinks deeper 

and deeper, 

as if shes falling 

into an endless abyss of 

misery. 

She screams, 

but no one answers. 

She tries to think, 

but too much is happening 

all at once. 

Shes lost, 

misguided, 

helpless. 

Suddenly, 

she finally grabs hold 
of a jagged rock, 
begins to pull herself 
towards the surface. 



Light 

She closes in on that spot: 

Violet, then navy, then sky blue, 

then white. 

Climbing, 

struggling, 

she pushes herself up. 

Up, up, up, 

driven by her inspiration, 

the will to succeed. 

Splash! 

Her head breaks the waters 

surface. 

Air rushes through her mouth, 

filling, reviving her lungs. 

Her skin soaked, 

emerging into freedom 

from the dark nothingness 

that held her 

captive. 

Now she can breathe. 

She can live. 

Now she can share her thoughts 

and tell her story. 



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The Yearbook Committee: 

Co-Editors In Chief: Jeff Bodio '07 and Medgine Dufrene '07 

Staff: Katia Chery '07 

Advisor: David Ortendahl, 

Asst. Director of Student Activities 

Brian Wincliester & 
The Office of Institutional Advancement 

The Office of Student Activities 

Curry Arts Journal 

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Los Angeles, CA 
Communications 




Kerri Abate 

Walpole, MA 
Criminal Justice 




Jenna AUain 

Brockton, MA 
Nursing 




Yveline Alteon 

Dorchester, MA 
Management 




Peter Amara 

Medford, MA 
Criminal Justice 




Robert Anderson 

Merrimack, NH 
Criminal Justice 



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146 




Rachel Antonino 

East Wareham, MA 
English 




Sabrina Armata 

Somerville, MA 
Education 




Megan Aufrecht 

East Hampton, MA 
Visual Arts 




Kristen Baptista 

East Boston, MA 
Management 




Timothy Bausch 

Manchester, NH 
Communications 




Richard Belmonte 

Grafton. NH 
Education 



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147 




Amanda Berman 

Sudbury, MA 
Visual Arts 




Rochelle Blanchet 

Pawtucket, RI 
Psychology 




Jeremy Bloom 

St. John's Wood, London 
Communications 




Jeffrey Bodio 

Walpole, MA 
Management 




Jesse Bona 

Montague, MA 
Psychology 




William Bosse 

South Boston, MA 
Commun ications 



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148 




Laura Brightman 

Bow, NH 
GD is the major 



Kimberly Brown 

Holden, MA 
Nursing 




Kara Burge 

Dorchester, MA 
Nursing 




Alyssa Callahan 

Glastonbury, CT 
Criminal Justice 




Daniel Callahan 

Milton, MA 
Management 




Kristine Callender 

Norwich, MA 
Nursing 



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149 




Lindsey Campbell 

Chicopee. MA 
Nursing 



Jennifer Casper 

Milton, MA 
Sociology 




Melissa Centeio 

Randolph, MA 
Health 




Katia Chery 

Brooklyn, NY 
Education 




Byron Chin 

Burlington, MA 
Management 



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Pokfulam, Hong Kong 
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Scotch Plains, NJ 
Psychology 




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West Carnstable, MA 
Nursing 




Jason Collins 

Holden, MA 
Management 




Meghan Cordeiro 

Johnston, RI 
Education 




Sandra Corey 

Randolph, MA 
Management 




Brandon Crowley 

Brewster, MA 
Management 



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Cara CuUen 


Kathleen Darragh 


Braintree. MA 


Quincy, MA 


Shelton, CT 


Management 


Management 


Criminal Justice 




Curtis Defeo 

Wakefield, MA 
Communications 




Katelyn Derr 

Bethlehem, CT 
Health 




Eleonora Donne 

Hyde Park, MA 
Sociology 



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Dana Drysdale 

Plymouth, MA 

Communications 



Medgine Dufrene 

Mattapan, MA 
Health 



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Cumberland, RI 
Psychology 



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East Granby, CT 
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Litchfield, CT 
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Wayne, NJ 
Criminal Justice 



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Canton, MA 
Communications 




Wykesha Elliott 

Dorchester, MA 

Nursing 




James Ellis 

Hampton, NH 
Management 




Christopher Ernst 

Milton, MA 
Politics & History 




Ashley Fall 

Maynard, MA 
Elementcwy Education 




Courtney Fall 

Maynard, MA 
Psychology 



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Peabody, MA 
Criminal Justice 




Geoffrey Ferreira 

Melrose, MA 
Communications 




Robert Fisher 

Stow, MA 
Management 




Michael Foster 

North Truro, MA 
Communications 




Thomas Furcilla 

Westford, MA 
Communications 




Nicole Gagnon 

Rochester, NH 
Education 



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155 




Maura Gallagher 

Walpole, MA 

Nursing 




Kaitlyn Gildea 

Osterville, MA 
Education 




Jennifer Gonzalo 

Oviedo, FL 
Special Education 




Janelle Gorfinkle 

Pleasanton. CA 
Biology 




Kara Goyette 

Dorchester, MA 
Education 




Christopher Graham 

Weymouth, MA 
Criminal Justice 



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Amanda Gutterman 

Brewster, MA 
Criminal Justice 



Taryn Halata 

Bronx, NY 
Education 



Jennifer Hall 

Quincy, MA 
Nursing 




Shelley Hardimon 

Wilmington, MA 
Psychology 




Tara Hardimon 

Wilmington, MA 
Management 




Sarah Harmon 

Woburn, MA 
Communications 



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Heather Harrington 

East Islip. NY 
Visual Arts 




Amelia Hathaway 

Eastham, MA 
Education 




Caissie Hennessy 

Hanson, MA 
Nursing 




Kristen Herrick 

Rowley, MA 
Elementary Education 




Megan Hill 

Chicopee, MA 
Nursing 




Kathleen Hoffman 

Oradell, NJ 
Communications 



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Danielle Horent 

Easton. MA 
Communications 




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Easton, MA 
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Boston, MA 
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Dunstable, MA 
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Karachi Sind 
Communications 




Daniel Jackson 

East Greenwich, RI 
Management 



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Kelly Jackson 

Carle Place, NY 
Communications 




Verane Jean-Baptiste 

Avon, MA 
Health 




Tara Jones 

Revere, MA 
Psychology 






Kerry Jordan 

Dorchester, MA 
Communications 



Steven Jordan-Smith 

Attleboro, MA 
Information Technology 



Avanell Kelley 

East Bridgewater, MA 
Visual Arts 



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Jessica Kheary 

Marstons Mills, MA 
Psychology 




Christine Kingsley 

Duxbury, MA 
Criminal Justice 




Tyler Kosiba 

Shrewsbury, MA 
Visual Arts 




Melissa Lafortune 

Grosvenor Dale, CT 

Elementary Education 




Christopher Landford 

Dorchester, MA 
Criminal Justice 




Ashly Lasko 

Boston, MA 
Biology 



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Meghan Leffert 

Franklin, MA 
Criminal Justice 



Patrick Leonard 

LondondeiTy, NH 
Criminal Justice 



Sara Letourneau 

Foxboro, MA 
English 






Scott Leuffen 

Cornelius, NC 
Management 


Eric Lochiatto 

Newton, MA 
Politics & History 


Thomas Lore 

Randolph, MA 
English 

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Marlborough, MA 
Commun ications 




Aliza Mandel 

Hamden, CT 
Information Technology 




Gregory Martinez 

Easton, MA 
Communications 




Brian Mason 

Easton, MA 
Communications 




Jena Maze 

Quincy, MA 
Criminal Justice 




Justin McCarthy 

Westford, MA 
Communications 



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Janelle McCoy 


Scarlett McNally 


Corinne Menard 


We\'mouth, MA 


Brookline, MA 


Woonsocket, RI 


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Communications 





Rachel Mercer 

Northborough. MA 
Communications 



Katerina Metrakas 

West Newbury, MA 
Psychology 




Stephanie Meyer 

Wallingford, CT 
Elementary Education 



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Justine Micalizzi 

Southington, CT 
Health 



Christina Monroy 

Aberdeen, MD 
Criminal Justice 




Charlotte Moore 

Portland, OR 
Politics & History 




Yajaira Moore 

AUston, MA 
Psychology 




Meagan Morgan 

Manalapan, NJ 
Commun ications 




John Morin 

Winchester, MA 
Management 



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165 




Rebecca Mulvey 

Pequannock, NJ 
Education 




Jessica Nassar 

North Andover, MA 
Integrated Liberal Studies 




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Dedham, MA 
Management 






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Michael Penta 


Hillary Philbin 


Ipswich. MA 


Newtonville, MA 


Lancaster, MA 


Nursing 


Management 


Psychology 



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Daniel Pieroni 

Greenville, RI 
Communications 




Annemarie Powers 

Milton, MA 
Health 




Megan Powers 

Sound Beach, NY 
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Milton, MA 
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Tiverton, RI 
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North Andover, MA 
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Boston, MA 
Nursing 



Michael Raymond 

South Weymouth, MA 
Information Technology 



Joshua Rich 

Brooklyn, NY 
Edcuation 




Krystal Rock 

Willowbrook, IL 
Communications 




Connor Rollins 

North Attleboro, MA 
Communications 




Sarah Salama 

Braintree, MA 
Criminal Justice 



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Nicole Sapienza 

Watertown, MA 
Psychology 



Alexander Savioli 

Milton, MA 
Criminal Justice 




Rachael Scanlan 

Marshfield, MA 
Psychology 




David Schaefer 

Hamden, CT 
Criminal Justice 




Amanda Scott 

Weymouth, MA 
Management 




Jennifer Sekulski 

College Point, NY 
Management 



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Justin Sherman 


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Somerville, MA 


Weston, CT 


Acushnet, MA 


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Roxbury, MA 


Washington, DC 


Ossipee, NH 


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Criminal Justice 



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Kimberly Sturgis 


Lauren Sugden 


Robert Szlachciuk 


Saugus, MA 


Carver, MA 


Attleboro, MA 


Education 


Management 


Biology 




Lauren Taft 

North Adams, MA 
Nursing 




Emily Taylor 

Wakefield, MA 
Criminal Justice 




Emily Thompson 

Weymouth, MA 

Nursing 



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JoAnn Tomblin 

Brockton, MA 
Nursifjg 




David Tufano 

West Haven, CT 
Management 




Roderick Valrie 

Lynn, MA 
Communications 




Jenifer Wade 

Hopkinton, MA 
Sociology 




Rachel Waldman 

Canton, MA 
Psychology 




Amanda Weintraub 

Northborough, MA 
Communications 



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Richard Welch 

Newton, MA 
Communications 




Meghan Weldon 

North Attleboro, MA 
Early Childhood Education 




James Wierenga 

Whitinsville, MA 
Communications 




Jana Williamson 

Salem, MA 
Communications 




Alexander Zahn 

Maynard, MA 
Psychology 



GlaM 4 2007 



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Douglas Ago 
Christopher Alvarado 
Keith Antreassian 
John Arbogast 
Nicole Beddia 
Brandon Benoit 
Anton Bezmeltsev 
John Billiard 
Marcela Bolivar 
Justin Brady 
Anthony Brillante 
Lucius Brittian 
Wesley Burhoe 
Manrique Buso-Garcia 
Mark Byron 
George Cademartori 
Jennifer Carr 
Leland Carter 
Alyssa Caruso 
Talissa Casal 
Tyler Castagno 
Joon Chang 
Edward Chlanda 
Samuel Cila 
Liam Clifford 
Jennifer Close 
Shawn Connolly 
Ryan Conway 
Christine Cooper 
James Costa 
John Cote 
Ryan Croall 
Kerianne Crocker 
Patrick Cronin 
Henry Dalzon 
Jennifer De Angelis 
Sarah De Cristoforo 



Richard Dearborn 
Brian Denoncourt 
Jay Denopoulos 
Cristina Diaz 
ICimberly Dickert 
Meghan Drottar 
Daniel Dufour 
Gregory Dunn 
Alex Durka 
Elizabeth Earley 
Nicole Fabrizio 
Mark Feig 
Jonathan Ferguson 
Daniel Figueroa 
Lauren Fitzgerald 
Eric Fiveson 
Megan Flynn 
Danielle Francioso 
Jorge Fuertes 
Erin Gavaghan 
Charles Gibbs 
Jarett Giles 
Christopher Ginsburg 
Nicole Graves 
Stephen Graves 
Andrew Graziano 
Kimberly Greski 
Alicia Guerrera 
Bryan Hart 
Mia Heard 
Mary Hearn 
Shawn Hillier 
John Horvath 
Patrick Hurley 
Jamie Huston 
Alyssa Johnson 
Nicholas Johnson 
Jessica Jones 



Marcus Jones 
Jarrad Jordan 
Kiernan Joyce 
Steven Kelleher 
Michael Kelly 
Lesley-Anne Kennedy 
Elizabeth King 
Julian Kinori 
Gina Kinsella 
Colin Kott 
Catherine Kowalik 
Marvin Lamarre 
Matthew Lavery 
Heather Lazaro 
Olga Lebedinsky 
Christopher Lee 
David Lenker 
Andrew Lewis-Williams 
Travis Libman 
Jenna Loomis 
Elizabeth Love 
Thomas Lutz 
Jerome MacDonald 
Nicole Macisso 
Bryan Madison 
Jennifer Mazzapica 
Brian McCabe 
Michael McDonald 
Jason McGaughey 
Jill McKinnon 
William McLaughlin 
Kristen Melendy 
Paul Micele 
Heather Miller 
Marlene Mitchell 
Lamarr Monterio 
Raymond Montminy 
Alanna Morgan 



Laura Murphy 
Anne Murray 
Sean Murray 
James Muturi 
Manuel Narea 
Kristin Nason 
ian Nichols 
Jade Nicoletti 
Gregory Noble 
Daniel Norcross 
Scott Noyes 
Meghan Oldham 
Kristen O'Leary 
Jeffrey Oman 
Matthew Palladino 
Amanda Palmer 
John Papadopoulos 
Toni-Marie Parker 
Matthew Parro 
James Pascarelli 
Leigh Paulino 
Lauren Peresada 
Matthew Perrin 
Matthew Pinchevsky 
Amy Pinkham 
Lesley Piatt 
Brian Polansky 
Karine Pradieu 
Matthew Ramponi 
Anthony Rausa 
Noah Raynor 
Jessica Reed 
Kendra Rivers 
Paul Robertson 
Patrick Rogowicz 
Andrew Rollings 
Maureen Ruane 



Andrew Russo 
Christopher Ryan 
Francisco Sanchez 
Nicholas Santolucito 
Dareece Santos 
Patricia Schneider 
Christopher Sclafani 
Nefer Sehgal 
Matthew Sherman 
Kathryn Simmons 
Stacy Simmons 
Matthew Simon 
Lindsay Souza 
Christopher Spreadbury 
Brad Stio 

Katherine Stockwell 
Heather Stoltz 
Joanne Szaruga 
Jean Thermitus 
Joseph Thompson 
Jennifer Trefry 
Kristal Tyson 
Victoria Vitale 
Gary Vuolo 
Elisa Wadleigh 
Christine Walsh 
Leigh- Anne Walsh 
Kelly Warren 
Sheelagh Whelehan 
Jonathan Whitham 
Jacqueline Wong 
Kristin Woodford 
Jolie Yee 
Christopher Zavala 



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You, the pajarita fragile 
with the sorely wounded 




Yajaira 
the Amazing 


heart 




You had such courage! 


whom 1 hurt again and again 




SelUng flowers on the street 


as 1 struggled to find 




of the capital, the largest city, 


an answer to your hurt 




at the age of four. 


from your first mama. 




Sleeping on the sidewalk 




^^^^^^^^^^Hjf.^^^^^K^ j^^l 


with only Rosibel 


Yajaira the Smart, 


^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^' ^jM^^^^^KkS. J^^^^^H 


to protect you 


learning to read and write tu 




and keep you warm. 


lengua 


^^^^^^Hf^^' '|H| ^K' ^^H 




in six months! 


^^^^^^^^^^^F .^^^tSSa^ '^^^^1 


Yajaira the Bold, 


How after four years 


m^^^m 


you ran away from patronado 


in your new pais, 


and then ran away 


two school, 


from home, 


and a new language, 


^^^^^^b' '' ^bI^^^^^^^^^^^^^k, ^^^^^^H 


miles back to the patronado 


you did as well as those 




at the age of ten. 


who had been in school 






for eight! 




Como pudistes survive 


Que intelligente! 


^^^B' .^^^B " m 


leaving the so familiar 
the only familiar 


Yajaira the Determined! 


^m j^^. \ 1 


to come by yourself 


Starting college 




with a stranger 


two years after high school! 




to an all things foreign land, 


Leaving a year and a half 




comida, language and snow. 


later to have Gabriel 


^^IH^^HHK ^^i^^^^HI|pilHHH|||l|HHHBH 




Returning for a year, 

only to leave again for 

Natalia! 




Not with family like Brisa, 

knowing no geography 

devastatesd by the difference 




from mother, sisters and brother 


Making another life change 




left behind. 


to marry your first love 




Que courage! 


Renmato. 






Returning with two children 




Yajaira the Giving 


Carramba! 




always thinking of someone else 


for your final semsester. 




you astound me 
with your giving 


Yajita, 




with your forgiving 


Yajaira mi amor. 




all the grievous mistakes 


you are Amazing! 




I made as a parent 


Congratulation! 






Felicitaciones! 






Yajaira Moore 






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Ccnruy wna sotirisa 

Sres tu, eres tu 

Cevmcy una manana 

De veroruy. . . 

Gres 
Martinez 




LjcMxJ^ foMtlij ondL frieruk 

odLote tj(Hu 

tUe are protul of ijou 

and of wkot cjou kave done. 

We skare ijotir dreams 

for tke future 



177 



Corinne R, Menard 
OH! THE PLACES YOU'LL GO! 

You'll be on your way up! 

You'll be seeing great sights! 

You'll join the high fliers 

who soar to high heights. 

You won't lag behind, because you'll have the speed. 

You'll pass the whole gang and you'll soon take the lead 

Wherever you fly, you'll be best of the best. 

Wherever you go, you will top all the rest. 

- Dr. Seuss 

Love- 
Mom, Dad, Gabe & Andre 



Danielle 

I am so proud of you. 

The children you teach will love you for it! 

Congratulations!! 

Love, 
Mom 




Congratulations, Missi! 
From a little girl with tight 
curls to the wonderful 
woman you have 
become. Where have all 
the years gone? May 
God bless and protect 
you always, as you begin 
your journey of teaching, 
molding and inspiring 
other small children. And, 
remember.. .wherever you 
may travel, your roots are 
still at home. 

We are very proud of you! 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 




Roderick Darryl Valrie Jr. 
Congratulations 
Rod. 
We are so proud of you! 
For all your accomplishments . 
You bring such joy to so many 
people, friends, and family. 
It is truly an honor to have 
you as our son 
Love alway 
Mom + Dad and Sister Shaleah 



Jennifer, 

You must have heard the whispers 

Good better best 

Never let it rest 

Until the good is better 

And the better is best 

You are an amazing young woman. 
We are so proud of you. 

All our Love, 

Mom and Dad 




Dear Rich, 

How did the last four years 

go by so quickly? 

All our congratulations on 

your Graduation from 

Curry College! We are all 

very proud of you. 

With Love, 

Dad, Mom, David, JR, Jenni, Kelly and Melissa 




Frankie, Congratulations on your graduation. 
You have succeeded in many challenges in 
your life; and this was the big one! We 
wish love, happiness, and for you to 
reach for the stars. Remember this 
do not let anything, or anyone stop you 
from reaching success! 



179 




Sabrina- 

It seems like yesterday you were 

starting your first day of school. You 

grew up really fast! Even though 

you're graduating college remember 

you're still the baby of the family. 

We are all really proud of you. We know that 

whatever you do you will 

be the best at it. 

Congratulations! 

Love Ma & Dad 



Congratulations Hailee! 

We are so very proud 

of all your hard work and 

great accomplishments. Well Done!! 

WooHoo!! 

Love You! 

Mom + Dad 
XOXO 






Gina, 

You've Come A Long Way Baby! 

Don't Stop Now 

Reach For The Stars 

Congratulations! 

Love, 

Dad & The Ciullo Family 





181 



Chris 

You never know what hes ahead 

You have accompHshed many things 

on your road to this graduation 

from Curry College 

Remember 

Tough times go away 

Tough guys don't! 

I am very proud of you. 

And always have been 

1 have you. Thumbs us. 

Mom + Dad 





Congratulations Tommy 
Love Mom 



Class of 2007, 

Residence Life 

Congratulates you 

On all your accomplishments! 




Kristen 

Our precious little girl has become quite an 

accomplished young woman. The world is 

now yours. But you will always be ours. We 

are proud to be your parents. 

Love 

Mom and Dad 



"If you really want something, and really work hard, and never give 
up, you will find a way... Follow Your Dreams." Jane Goodall 



TEXAStaiC 




THE LONE STAR STATE 



Texas Kate, 

Congratulations! We are all 
so proud of you! 

Love, 

Your Family 

(you know who we are...) 



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Kim, 

Whatever you put your mind to you were always 

the best. Graduating with honors from Curry was 

no different. 

Congratulations 

Love 

Mom, Sharon + Zach 



'1 

i 11 

11 

*• 11 

k 1 
I J 




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Erin, 

We have always known you would accomplish 

your dream. You will be the best nurse any patient 

could ever have, and we are the proudest 

Mom + Dad to have a daughter as wonderful as 

you. 

We love you, 

Mom + Dad 




Congratulations Kara 

Was once my sweet Ballerina 
is now my Bright Aspiring Nurse. 

Love, 
Mom 




What's up Baby Boy 

You've come a long way. 

We are proud of you. Congrats. 

We wish you luck In the years 

to come. 

May God richly bless you, 

with love from your entire family clan 

The Prescod family 




Congratulations!! Mark 

You made the 

Dean's List, the Baseball 

Team and earned a 

degree in Criminal Justice. 

There is no limit to 

What you can do or be. 

We are so proud of you. 

Good Luck! 

Mom, Nana, Pa, Auntie, Un + Steve 



Jason Collins 
Congratulations Big Fella !!! 





Your accomplishments at Curry have been 
impressive and worthy of great admiration. 
Our best wishes for lifelong success!!!! 

Love, Mom, Dad, TJ, and Nikki 
"A good example is a lesson anyone can read" 



Eric Lochiatto 
Congratulations, you kept your eye on 
the ball. We are so proud of your hard 
work and perseverance. 
Love from your biggest fans ! 
Dad, Mom + Allison 



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Congratulations, Scarlett. 
You have come so far! 






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Hk^%^ 


WM 


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Keep reaching for the stars and 
you can accomplish anything. 

We are so proud of you. 
We love you very much, 
xxoo 



186 





Dear Meghan: 

Through the years we watched you grow 

into the amazing person you are today. 

We are so proud of you in everything 

you have acconnplished. IVIay your 

future bring you love, laughter and 

success 

We love you! 

Mom + Dad 



Dear Meghan 

Throughout life I have carried you as you 
grew you picked me up and carried me 
along, the way. 

I am so proud of you and love you 
Stephanie 



To Justine Micalizzi 

If you imagine it 

you can acliieve it 
If you can dream it 

you can become it 

From diildhood to adultfiood 
You have always made us so proud 
and we congratulate you on 
this achievement in life 




Love, 



Mom and Dad 




187 



"There is no happiness except in the 
realization that we have accomplished 

something." 
Henry Ford 

Dear Justin, 

Your accomplishments are many and you 

have mastered them with 

talent, perseverance, and most importantly, 

humor. You are an extraordinary individual 

who has carved a special place in many 

people's lives. We are blessed to have you 

in our family. 

With love, 

Mum, Bon and Maura 



CONGRATULATIONS MAURA 

"n urn _T 

1 




We are very proud of you. 
You will be a great nurse 
Love Dad & Mom, Matt & Liz 
Shawn, Alison & Megan 




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TO HEATHER 

FROM LUNCHBOX TO PORTFOLIO 
CONGRATULATIONS SWEETHEART! 
HOORAY!!!! LOVE - MOM 



To James who is a kind and caring son. 
As you step out, always look forward, 
smile and greet every new day 
with joy and anticipation 

Love, Mom & Dad 



IHH 




Megan Lucy Powers... 
Words cannot describe how proud we are of you. 

May all of your dreams come true. 
With Love from Mom, Dad, Jim, Donald and Muffin. 



Congratulations to 
the Class of 2007 




from 
Student Activities 



Baby- 
Congratulations my darling on an extraordinary 
accomplishment! Altliough it feels as if it was just yesterday 
when I watched you take your first step or brought you to your 
first day of school, it brings me great joy to see how you have 
grown into such a beautiful young woman. Words cannot 
express how incredibly proud I am of your achievements and 
the goals that you have accomplished so far. You bring all 
the joy in my life and even more as each day passes. Sarah, 
you are my best friend as we have seen the best, the worst, 
the saddest and the happiest times together, and through all 
this there is no one in the world I would have rather shared 
these moments with besides you. You brighten any room 
with your smile and bring laughter with your hilarious sense of 
humor. Life is just beginning for you and I cannot wait for it to 
open its doors into a world full of wonderful opportunities and 
success. I love you to the stars and back my baby. 



Love always and forever. 
Mom 




A 




My Dear Sarah, 

Your aspirations are your possibilities as you graduate 
and begin a new journey in life. I know you have it in you 
to follow your dreams to success, triumphs and all the 
happiness. Congratulations on a big accomplishment. 
Your hard work and perseverance has paid off. I wish 
you the best of luck and I'm very proud of you. 

Love, 



Dad 




How far you go, how much you see, 
how far you soar depends on you. 



May all you've learned be all you can 
be. 

Happy Graduation, Love, Mom, Dad, 
June, Matthew, & Joseph 



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Dear Tara, 

From a baby, to a little girl and then to the beautiful young woman you are 

today, all I can say is... I'm so proud of you! Congratulations on all your 

accomplishments and I know there are many more to come. Thank you for 

being my daughter and letting me share and be part of your dreams too. 

Love you so much. 

Mom 




Dear Josh, 

You have grown into a fine young man. We are proud of 

you. We know success lies ahead. 

Congratulations! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad and Rachel 



Mollie Aaronson 




Yesteryears become memories. The future is now. 

Accomplishment that nobody can ever take away! 

Two thumbs up, three cheers, applause, kudos, mazel tov, & 
raves. 

You make us proud beyond words. 

Mom & Dad 

Congratulations to the Class of 2007 
Best of Luck in the future 




From the Class Officers 



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