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Volume 47 



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Prologue 



Residential Life 



Academics 



Clubs and Organizations 



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Special Events 



Class of 2010 



Personal Displays of Affection 



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Soundview Hall 



On Friday September 25 th , 2009, members of 
the University community gathered for the 
dedication of Soundview Hall, the newest 
residence hall on campus. The $43 million 
building, housing 402 students in single and 
double bedrooms on five stories, offers views of 
the Long Island Sound and the City of New Haven 



Dedication 




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Henry C. Lee Institute of 
Forensic Science 
Groundbreaking 




At noon on Friday September 85 th , 2009, state and 
local dignaries joined UNH students, faculty and 
staff for the groundbreaking of the Henry G. Lee 
Institute of Forensic Science. The 15,649 square-foot 
facility expected to be completed in the fall of S010, 
will house classrooms, offices, a Forensic Crisis 
Managment Center, and forensic and crime scence 
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Resident Director: Karri Cerverc 

Resident Assistants: Antonio Esposito, Sco¥r Kazar, 

Chelsea Keel, David McKinney, Carmen Paulino, 

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Resident Director: Denise Watts. 

Resident Assistants: Cassandra Elefante, Jessi 

Hydock, Joe Iucci, Alyssa Koehn, Cody Savoy, Maggie 

Schmuhl, Javier Stevens, and Nicolas Stevens. 

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Resident Director: Abigail Jackson. 

Resident Assistants: Jaqulyn Bartomioli, Kristina 

Bensley, Ashley Cook, Matt Ezzo, Danielle Latty, 

Stephanie Morra, and Sarah Williamson. 

Academic Peer Mentor: Bradley Parcella. 








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Resident Assistants: Stephan Braye, Sue-Ellen 
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Resident Director: Jake Gotliboski. 

Resident Assistants: Victoria Amico, Cori Barboza, Megan 

Fimbel, Steve Santoro, Liaqat Sarabi, and Will Thompson. 

Academic Peer Mentor: Dante Lepore. 






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Resident Director: John Dunay. 

Resident Assistants: Jaye Bennett, Greg Klatte 

Kaitlin Rohonczy,and Sean Spain. 



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Resident Director: Brian Jackson. 

Resident Assistants: Justine Alvarez, Paul Bradley, Amanda 

Good, Sarah Hosford, Owen Lennon, Mike Matseur, Kat 

Onorato, Prescott Nadeau, Madison Soldano, 

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Resident Director: Noah Sady. 

Resident Assistants: Allison Housholder, 

Matt Kavaler, Mike Milum, 

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2009-2010 Faculty 



Norman Abell 
Jerry L. Allen 
John Arabolos 
Pamela Asmus 
James Avers 
SrilekhaBell 
Brian Bellamy 



Michael Kaloyanides 

Thomas Katsaros 

John Kelly 

Sarah Kingston 

Murray Krugman 

Bryan Lane 

Robert Law 



Adam W. Bigos Tara L'Hereux-Barratt 



Dennis Blader 
Robert Boles 
James Bonnefond 
Amanda Bozack 
Alfred Bradshaw 
David Brubaker 
Sarah Campernel 
W. Amory Carr 
Ralf Carriuolo 
Maurice Cayer 
Albert Celotto 
Georgia Chavent 
Joseph Chepaitis 
John Ciochine 
Andrea Cossu 
Carmela Cuomo 



Stephen Listro 
Cheryl Lyon 
John Mace 
Peter MacDonald 
Guillermo Mager 
Patricia Maiorino 
Ana C. Mandrile 
Victor Markiw 
Joel Marks 
Paul Marx 
Raeleen Mautner 
Brett McCormick 
M.L. McCoughlin 
Dennis McGough 
Marc Mehlman 
Anthony Melillo; 



Sandra D'Amato-Palumbo Teal Mercer! 

Laurence Davis Craig Miller 

Wendy Davis Rosa A. Mo 

Wesley Davis Danielle Moreggi 

Lawrence DeNardis Michael Morris 

Daniel Depodesta George Muench 

James Dull Suzanne Murphy 

June Dunn Catherine Page 

Richard Farrell Eun-A Park 

Ricardo Febre Leah Peck 

Natalie Ferringer Pauletter Pepin 

Gary Fetzer David Perry 

Roger Fiondella Renee Prajer 

Nina Flay Judy Randi 

Jeffery Foster Steven Raucher 

Ramon Funcia Christopher Reba 

Jose Garcia-Leon Christina Reis 

Robert Glen Lawrence Roberts 

Robert Greenberg Douglas Robillard 

Matthew Griffiths Richard Rose 

Gwen Grosso Mark Roseman 
Alexandria Guzman Erik Rosenthal 

Yasmir Hamed Michael Rossi 

Jonathan Hartmann Diane Russo 

Robert Huffnung Edward Rybczyk 
Mary Elizabeth Hopkins 

Randall Horton Amy Salvaggiol 



Karen Isaacs 
Roberto Irizarry 
Alijafarian 
Toddjokl 
Mark Kacerik 



Joshua Sandman 

Eva Sapi 

Margaret Savilonis 

Ramesh Sharma 

Stuart Sidle 




1 58 College of Arts and Sciences 



College off 
Arts and Sciences 

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The College of Arts and Sciences offers students thirty-four vary- 
ing majors and concentrations. Highly-ranked programs; professionally- 
trained and well-versed faculty; and high-technology facilities such as 
CAD and Mac labs, a fully-functional dental clinic, and the Laurel Vlock 
Center for Convergent Media help make the college an exciting and 
impressive axis of both cultural and scientific scholarship and merit. 




Gordon Simerson Leon Weinmann 
Saion Sinha Rosemary Whelan 

David Sloane Thurmon Whidey 

Donald C. Smith Wilma Whidey 
Donald M. Smith 

ijoesph Smolinski 

Louise Soares Bradley Woodworth 
Christy Somerville 
Edmund Todd Matthew Wranovix 

jjames Uebelacker Richard Wormser 
Charles Vigue Leonard Wysocki 
Henry Voegeli Michael York 

Maryam Vulis Chien Yu 

Edward Waggoner Roman Zajac 



2009-2010 Faculty 



Programs Offered 



Art 

Biology 

Biochemsitry 

Biotechnology 

Communication 

Dental Hygiene 

English 

Environmental Science 

General Studies 

Global Studies 

Graphic Design 

History 

Interior Design 

Liberal Studies 

Marine Biology 

Mathematics 

Music 

Music and Sound Recording 

Music Industry 

Nutrition and Dietetics 

Political Science 

Psychology 

Theatre Arts 



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2009-2010 Faculty 



Peter Berman 

Gregory J. Blosick 

Charlie Boynton 

Esin Cakin 

Tony Carter 

Charles Coleman 

Cynthia Conrad 

Alireza Daneshfar 

Nadia Doytch 

Demissew Ejara 

Dale Marie Finn 

Gil Fried 

Martin A. Goldberg 

George Haley 

Usha Haley 
Joseph Hearl 

Benjudd 
Michael Kublin 

Scott Lane 

Ming-Lun Lee 

Jiajuan Liang 

Linda Martin 

Robert McDonald 

Susan McTiernan 

Pawel Mensz 

Mary Miller 

Juline Mills 

Abbas Nadim 

Ahmet Ozkul 

William Pan 

John Phelan 

Anshuman Prasad 

Robert Rainish 

Armando Rodriquez 

Michael Rolled 

Subroto Roy 

Allen Sack 

Steven Shapiro 

Kamal Upadhyaya 

Charlie Wang 

Jack Werblow 

Robert Wnek 




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The College of Business offers a large selection of business and 
management degrees, allowing its students to prepare diligently to experi- 
ence the real world. Internationally-recognized faculty, extensive intern- 
ship opportunities, a student-run cafe, and facilities such as the Epicurean 
Dining Room and the Samuel Bergami, Jr., Learning Center for Finance 
and Technology help transform students into experienced and well-versed 
businessmen and businesswomen. 



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Programs Offered 



Accounting 

Business Administration 

Business Management 

Finance 

Hotel and Restaurant 
Management 

Marketing and Electronic 
Commerce 

Sports Management 

Tourism and Hospitality 

Management 



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2009-2010 Faculty 



Michael Adamowicz 

Hasan Arslan 

Katherine Brown 

William Carbone 

James Cassidy 

Heather Coyle 

Ernie Dorling 

Nelson Dunston 

Leila Dutton 

Mario Gaboury 

Azriel Gorski 

Howard Harris 

Sorin Iliescu 

Thomas Johnson 

Robert Keppel 

Michael Lawlor 

Henry C. Lee 

Charles Lieberman 

Tingguang Ma 

Daniel Mabrey 

Peter B. Massey 

Robert E. Massicotte, Jr. 

James Matschulat 

Daniel Maxwell 

David Maxwell 

Virginia Maxwell 

James Monahan 

Lynn Monahan 

Donna Morris 

Fadia Narchet 

William Norton 

Martin O'Connor 

Timothy Palmbach 

Craig Parker, Jr. 

Joseph Parker 

Joseph Polio 

Gerald Robin 

Wayne Sanford 

David Schroeder 

Chris Sedelmaier 

Fred Smith 

William Tafoya 

Tracy Tamborra 

Max Theil 

Bruce Varga 

Richard Ward 




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College of 

Criminal Justice & 

Forensic Sciences 



Studying in fields that lend themselves to directly making an impact 
on the community, students of the Henry C. Lee College of Criminal 
Justice and Forensic Sciences leave the University not only with a degree 
from an internationally-renowned school, but also with proven knowledge 
in their field. State-of-the-art technology and instruction from nationally- 
and internationally-recognized professionals combine to contribute to the 
success of twenty-seven majors and concentrations. 




Programs Offered 



Criminal Justice 

Fire and Occupational 
Safety 

Fire Protection 
Engineering 

Fire Science 

Forensic Science 

Legal Studies 



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2009-2010 Faculty 



William Adams 

Bouzid Aliane 

Carl Barratt 

M. Hamdy Bechir 

Gregory Broderick 

Barim Chandra 

Pier F. Cirillo 

Shannon Ciston 

Michael A. Collura 

Samuel Daniels 

Eddie Del Valle 

Peter J. Desio 

David Eggert 

Oleg Faigel 

Tahany Fergany 

Roger G. Fey 

Alice Fischer 

Andrew Fish 

William S. Gere 

Ali Golbazi 

Arthur S. Gow, III 

John G. Haggerty 

W. David Harding 

Tiffany Hesser 

Norman Hosay 

Bijan Karimi 

Gerald J. Kirwin 

Ira H. Kleinfeld 

Agamemnon Koutsospyros 

Konstantine Lambrakis 

Ross M. Lanius, Jr 

Chen Liu 

Eddie Luzik 

John C. Martin 

Christopher J. Martinez 

M. Ali Montazer 

Jean Nocito-Gobel 

Ismail Orabi 

Stephen Ross 

Michael J. Saliby 

John Sards 

Nancy Savage 



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The Tagliatela College of Engineering strives to prepare students 
for the twenty-first century workplace. With fields changing dramatically 
in recent years and showing no signs of slowing down, the innovative pro- 
grams continue to provide solid educational foundations through contem- 
porary approaches, up-to-date laboratories and equipment, and extremely 
qualified professors and speakers who impart professional insight and 
advice to the next generation of chemists and engineers. 




2009-2010 Faculty 



Pauline M. Schwartz 

Alex N. Sommers 

Richard Stanley 

Kantilal K. Surti 

Amy Thompson 

Dave Wall 

Thomas C. Warner, Jr. 

Jeffrey Webb 

George L. Wheeler 



Programs Offered 



Chemical Engineering 

Chemistry 

Civil Engineering 

Computer Engineering 

Computer Science 
Electrical Engineering 
General Engineering- 
Information Technology 
Mechanical Engineering 
System Engineering 



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Christopher Rinck, President. 
Christopher Dempsey, Vice President. 

Heather Brown, Treasurer. 
Deshawn McGregor, Sergeant-at-Arms. 
Darianna Frometa, Executive Assistant. 



The Undergraduate Student Government Association (USGA) is the organization on campus that represents 
every undergraduate student in ever)' aspect of campus life. The student-run organization meets weekly to address 
student concerns, discuss campus issues, and program events. 

Each student at the University pays a student activity fee, which is used to fund all USGA activities and provide 
every USGA-recognized club and organization on campus a budget to program special events. 

The USGA was in charge of overseeing approximately 60 clubs and organizations this year, a number that truly 
represents the diversity of interests, academic disciplines, and cultures that exist on campus. Each of these organiza- 
tions was given a portion of the nearly §1.2 million USGA budget to program a variety of social events, including off- 
campus trips, talent shows, concerts, comedians, carnivals, cultural awareness events, and game shows. Students also 
participated in an unprecedented number of community service activities throughout the greater New Haven area. 

Students served on a number of standing committees to address student concerns with food, health and safety, 
academics, technology, and more. Other committees such as Community Relations and Community Service are used 
to reach out to the surrounding region. 

By principle, every undergraduate student is a member of the USGA, As always, the organization is proud to 
help encourage a wealth of change and improvement across die campus to benefit the students. 



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Kristina Bensley 

Alumni Relations Committee 



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Samantha Chester 

Academic Committee 




Tim Farmer 

Community Service Committee 





Rob Hanson 

Commuter Relations Committee 




Kimberly Harman 

Technology Committee 




Shawn Tremblay 

Student Faculty Relations Committee 



Joshua Van Hoesen 

Special Events Committee 



Jessica Vogt 

Health & Safety Committee 




Kathryn Wilberding, President; Brittany Hadfield, Vice President; 
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Heather Brown, Sergeant-at-Arms. Greg Overend, Class Advisor. 




Tyler Salovin, President; David Ho-Yen, Vice President; 

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Lindsay Accica, Sergeant-at-Arms. Ric Baker, Class Advisor. 



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tP The Charger Bulletin is the official student newspaper of the University of New Haven since 1938. Reporting on %0 
national news, local news, and on the things that take place right here on campus, our staff writers work hard every week 
at covering the stories that are most interesting to students at UNH and the community around us. Our flourishing Arts & 
Entertainment section covers everything from music and film reviews to gallery openings. We praise our Charger athletes on 
all of UNH's sports teams, from football to lacrosse, in addition to highlighting sports on a national level. Our editorials, from 
editors, staff writers, and the university community, raise issues and cause controversies: but most importantly, they get people 
reading and thinking. Practical features such as the Charger Bulletin Board and university advertisements keep the UNH com- 
munity in the know, while features like the ever-popular positive/negative recap The Charger Battery, Shawn's Hotties of the 
Week, comics, and puzzles are fascinating and fun for readers. With our great staff writers and photographers, The Charger 
Bulletin continues to be something that the university community enjoys reading and remains the first place students turn to 
for news. Our initiative at The Charger Bulletin is to inform the University of New Haven students and faculty about what 
matters most to them. In addition to producing weekly printed issue of the newspaper, The Charger Bulletin can also be read 
online at www.ChargerBulletin.com, which has daily updates to it in an effort to continue to educate the UNH and local com- 
munity with an emphasis on living green instead of printing more issues throughout the week. 

Zack Rosen, Editor-in-Chief; Erin Ennis, Assistant Editor. 

Staff Writers: Stephen Acevedo, Glenn Altshuler, Michael Barone, Jason Beauregard, Miriam Correia, Liz De La Torre, 

Angela Eklund, Courtney Faber, Zach Gzehoviak, Stephen J. Johnson, Alex Kratman, Lindsay Lynch, Sara McGuire, Carole 

McFaddan, Dave McKinney, Ashley Niro, Cara Petitti, Kait Richmond, Angelica Rodriguez, Melanie Rovinsky, Maideline 

Sanchez, Michelle Tapper, and Joann Wolowowicz. 

Content Editors: Liz De La Torre (National News), Courtney Faber (Campus News), Stephen James Johnson (Religion), 

Brittni DeHart (National Music), Alex Kratman (Sports), Joshua Van Hoesen (Science and Technology), Maideline Sanchez 

(Enviroment and Animals), and Stephanie Manganiello (Food and Culture). 

Pulp Music Editor: Aha Becker. 

Staff Photographers: Colin Bassett, Sam Claver, and Kim Harman. 

Feature Editors: Sam Drotar, Tyler Salovin, and Shawn Tremblay. 

Advertising Manager: Michelle Blydenburg. 

Distribution Manager: Charles DiGuglielmo. 

Podcast Editor: Matt DiGiovanni. 

^^ Podcast Reporter: Dendra Abdinoor. ^% 



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Chariot 
Yearbook 




The Chariot Yearbook staff is a group of individuals who are passionate about memories. Our 
responsibility is to record day-to-day life at the University of New Haven in classrooms, residence halls, 
special events, and student government; at sporting events; and everywhere in between. 

The 2009-2010 publication of the Chariot Yearbook has seen the largest and hardest working 
staff in the history of the Chariot. We have greatly enjoyed documenting the events of the past year 
and compiling them into the 216 pages you are now holding. 



Rachel E. Barton, Editor-in-Chief; Jessica Negron, Assistant Editor. 

Sereena Aragon, Jocelynn Balon, Sara Brookes-Bertolatus, Brittany Bruton, Jennifer Cravo, Jennifer Cross, 

Nicole Denny, Sarah Dougherty, KakLvnne Foote, Audrey Montgomery, Dayna Morel, Deena Mundle, 

Erika Roberts, Gabriela Sacchi, Mary Tsaltas, and Yesenia Villaneda. 





The Student Committee of Planning Events, commonly known as SCOPE, is the student-run 
programming organization made of several committees: Comedy and Lecture, Day Programming, Film, 
Halloween and Spring Carnival, Special Events, Technology, and Weekend Programming. 

These committees plan unique and exciting programs for the enjoyment of the entire student 
body, including Inflatable Fun Fest, Rock-n-Roll Week, Film Week, Halloween Haunted House, Spring 
Concert, and Spring Carnival. SCOPE also hosts weekly movies, monthly Beanhouses, various perform- 
ers, and a plethora of off-campus events. 



Glenn Altshuler and Lindsay Lynch, Co-Chairs. 

Committee Heads: Courtney Faber and David McKinney (Weekend Programming), Matt Shaw and Dan 

Markwat (Technology), Rachel Nichols and Jen Cross (Halloween and Spring Carnival), Farren Sandquist and 

Annie Lucarelli (Comedy and Lecture), Sarah Mattson and Michelle Morra (Day Programming), Tyler Salovin 

and Nick Shirley (Film), and Jackie McCreedy and Victoria Amico (Special Events). 



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8 Dance Team 



W The 5-6-7-8 Dance Team is a dynamic group 
of students who strive to showcase their love 
of dance in the community and on campus. 
The Team also aims to promote athleticism on 
campus through a dance medium in small show- 
cases, workshops, classes, and campus activities. 
The Dance Team prides itself on being diverse, 
and its members are trained in various styles 
of dance, including: ballet, tap, jazz, Irish step, 
theatrical, lyrical, modern, and hip-hop. Entirely 
self-choreographed, the 5-6-7-8 Dance Team 
also aims to involve its team members in 

consistent dancing opportunities to 

expand their horizons. 



The Alpha Lambda Delta National Honor 
Society chapter at the University of New 
Haven prides itself on continuing its out- 
standing academic achievement while helping 
UNH and surrounding districts with commu- 
nity service events, such as charity fundraisers 
and walks, beach and park clean-ups, Toys For 
Tots, and other events sponsored and co- 
sponsored by ALD and other organizations 
on and off campus 




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Ambassadors for 
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Ambassadors for Christ (AFC), a student led 
club associated with Campus Crusade for 
Christ, is a Christian organization that brings 
young men and women together to praise God 
and mature their faith in Jesus Christ. We seek 
not only to mature as believers, but to share the 
Gospel message of salvation through faith in 
Jesus Christ with those who do not have a rela- 
tionship with our living God. We participate in 
outreach and evangelistic events, fellowship, 
men's and women's ministries, small groups, 
community service, and more. There are numer- 
ous leadership opportunities for 
those students who seek to 
challenge themselves in their walks 
with God. 



A The University of New Haven's chapter of the 
American Criminal Justice Association is a profes- 
sional student-run national organization. Members 
of the organization strive to academically, profession- 
ally, and socially bring members together under the 
common chapter of Psi Omega and network with 
each other during and after each member's college 
career. Socially, members participate in various com- 
munity service activities and trips to places such as 
state prisons and crime labs. Academically, members 
can work with each other and help each other in vari- 
ous classes at the University. As a nationally-recog- 
nized organization, the club also participates in 
regional competitions and awards 
scholarships to its members. 




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The American Society of Interior Designers is a com 
munity of people, designers, industry representatives, 
educators, and students committed to interior design. 
Through education, knowledge sharing, advocacy, com- 
munity building, and outreach, the Society strives to 
advance the interior design profession, and in prowess, 
to demonstrate and celebrate the power of design to 
positively change people's lives. The University of New 
Haven's ASID Student Chapter recognizes the impor- 
tance of networking with professionals, participating in 
community service activities and education. The Chap- 
ter attends and participates in professional events such 
as the annual ASID Awards Night, the ASID Fashion 
Show, and the ASID Career Night. The Student Chap- 
ter will continue to stay active within 
the surrounding communities by attend- 
ing events such as coastal clean-ups 
and health awareness walks. 



The Black Student Union is a cultural, social 
club that specializes in and promotes cultural 
awareness of African-American history. The 
Black Student Union brings awareness to the 
campus through its diverse programming such 
as the Soul Food Dinner, Def Poetry Jam, and 
Apollo Night. The motto of BSU is "looking 
back at our past in order to shape our future," 
and in doing so, BSU has been able to link its 
current members with past members in net- 
working and business opportunities. As the 
Black Student Union continues 
to grow, so does the future it has 
to look back on. 




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The Caribbean Student Association is an orga- 
nization that leads by example and takes pride in 
its three ideals: to educate, serve, and unite. The 
Caribbean Student Association is geared at imple- 
menting the need to celebrate our Caribbean cul- 
ture and heritage at the University of New Haven. 
We strive to unify the different backgrounds and 
cultures on campus while promoting school spirit 
and self pride. We strive to reach our goal to Live, 
Serve and Unite. 



)We are the Chargers Pep Band, and we were formed in 1997. 
We are a completely student- run organization and have been 
since our inception. Throughout our years at UNH, we have 
grown from 5 to 30 members. We perform at home games 
for the men's and women's volleyball teams and men's and 
women's basketball teams. We also offer support to other 
teams through going to cheer them on and sponsoring give- 
away events. With the return of football, we have teamed up 
with other clubs and organizations to offer tailgating. The 
Chargers Pep Band was the recipient of the Outstanding 
Campus Spirit Award three times (2003, 2006, and 2007), and 
also won the Club of the Year Award in 2007. Most recently, 
we placed second in the First Annual Homecoming Tailgate 
Competition. Our goal is to continue to support athletes and 
promote musical excellence through our continued campus 
involvement and musicianship while increasing 
the level of school spirit at the University of 
New Haven. 




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Democrat 



The Democratic Party has always taken a keen 
interest in honest government, real security, 
energy independence, economic prosperity, 
affordable health care, retirement security, pro- 
tecting our environment, civil rights and jus- 
tice, election reform, and many other national 
issues. The University of New Haven College 
Democrats has made efforts to positively affect 
the UNH and local communities: registering 
students to vote, helping people fill out absentee 
ballots, voter information sessions, charities, and 
much more. The UNH College Democrats 
have goals ranging from local 
to national issues, and are well on 
their way to meeting all of them. 



The Elm City Review collects, compiles, 
and redistributes the artistic expertise of the 
student populace in the fields of art, music, 
writings, and photography. We are a social 
and cultural club that is aimed at spreading 
the importance of creativity throughout the 
University. One of our main contributions to 
the University is the publication of our yearly 
Creative Magazine. 




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Fire Science 



Club 



The Fire Science Club participates in many differ- 
ent activities here at the University and in the sur- 
rounding communities ranging from community 
service and public education to tours of fire ser- 
vice-related facilities and sponsoring guest present- 
ers. Members are responsible for various events 
hosted by the Club, such as Fire Prevention Week, 
Alcohol Awareness Week, and Arson Awareness 
Week, as well as an annual bonfire and banquet. 



The University of New Haven's Forensic Science and 
Chemistry Club is an organization geared towards stu- 
dents who are interested in academics or occupations 
in the forensic science and chemistry fields. The Club 
sponsors many activities, such as community service, 
on-campus lectures by prominent professionals in the 
field, and chemistry activities to raise campus acknowl- 
edgement of National Chemistry Week. The Club also 
travels off campus to local middle and high schools to 
teach forensic science classes. Each year, members of 
the organization attend locally- and nationally-recog- 
nized conferences. The organization is a proud part of 
the American Chemical Society, the American Academy 
of Forensic Science, and the Northeast- 
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The University of New Haven Frisbee Club 
aims to attract diverse members of the UNH 
student body. We promote a fun and active 
environment for all participants. Traveling from 
tournament to tournament and teaching stu- 
dents teamwork develops each member into a 
responsible young adult. The Frisbee Club will 
continue to grow each year until it is the number 
one team in the area! 



The Gaming Club of the University of New 
Haven brings together people who have a 
common interest in gaming. We play video 
games, card games, and board games; you 
name it, we'll play it. We plan campus-wide 
gaming events, including Game Week. We are 
all about creating an environment for people 
to get together and have fun. Our motto: Are 
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The Honors Student Council was created 
because many Honors students felt that 
being in the Honors Program should be 
more than just fulfilling classroom require- 
ments. With the help of Honors and non- 
Honors students alike, we aim to help to the 
community and have some fun with educa- 
tional opportunities as well. 



wIEEE is one of the world's leading professional associa- 
tions for the advancement of technology. IEEE's core 
purpose is to foster technological innovation and excel- 
lence for the benefit of humanity. Through its global 
membership, IEEE is a leading authority on areas rang- 
ing from aerospace systems and telecommunications to 
biomedical engineering, electric power, and consumer 
electronics. At UNH, IEEE serves as a resource for 
electrical engineering, computer engineering, and 
computer science students, providing its members with 
opportunities to enhance their academic, professional, 
and social lives. IEEE is an active student group, host- 
ing two to three events per month. The goal of IEEE 
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The International Students Association provides assis- 
tance to the University's diverse international student 
population, which is composed of students from nearly 
fifty countries. The staff generally assists students with 
immigration matters; provides liaison with sponsoring 
agencies and foreign governments; coordinates campus 
and community services; and promotes interaction 
between the international population, the University, 
and the greater New Haven community. The pres- 
ence of international students at UNH helps make the 
University a global village. Our campus community may 
be small in number, but it is vast in cultures, ethnicities, 
languages, nationalities, politics, religions, and tradi- 
tions. ISA coordinates and organizes 
various programs and activities to 
encourage multicultural awareness and 
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The Latin American Student Association 
(LASA) is an organization dedicated to 
increasing awareness of the Hispanic culture 
at the University of New Haven. It is geared 
toward educating the community about Latin 
American traditions, issues, and culture while 
striving to eliminate the common misconcep- 
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The Legal Society strives to prepare and encourage 
students to further expand their knowledge of law 
through experience, inform the University com- 
munity about legal topics, inform students about 
law school, and form a team that will compete at 
the American Mock Trial Association competi- 
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The Music and Entertainment Industry Student 
Association (MEISA) is geared towards Music 
majors, especially those studying Music Indus- 
try or Sound Recording, but anyone can join as 
long as they have a passion for music! Being 
part of MEISA gives you excellent network- 
ing opportunities and real-life experience in the 
music business. Here at the University of New 
Haven, MEISA organizes concerts, off-campus 
activities, and charity events. This year, MEISA 
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The UNH Chapter of the NAACP was formed 
in spring 2006 and was first recognized by the 
University in 2008. Its purpose is to ensure 
the political, educational, social, and economic 
equality of rights of all persons and to elimi- 
nate racial hatred and racial discrimination. The 
organization also provides campus awareness 
and solutions to campus and nationwide social 
justice issues. We host discussions, community 
outreach programs, informational sessions, 
workshops, summits, and social fundraisers and 
benefits for not only the UNH 
community but the Greater 
New Haven Area. 



The UNH Chapter of the National Society of 
Black Engineers (NSBE), which was awarded the 
Small Chapter of the Year Award for 2006-2007, 
is part of a national organization that leads by 
example and whose mission is to "increase the 
number of culturally responsible Black engineers 
who excel academically, succeed professionally, 
and positively impact the community"NSBE has 
over 23,000 members and is the largest student- 
managed organization in the country. It is com- 
posed of 270 college and university chapters and 
75 alumni outreach chapters nation- 
wide, as well as 75 pre-college chap- 
ters worldwide. The organization is 
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UNH Paintball Club is a group of people who 
simply enjoy the game of paintball. We are a social 
club that does a lot of activities and movie/food 
nights and enjoys doing community service. We 
play at Yankee Paintball in Oxford, CT, and try to 
go every weekend; it is never required to go but 
the option is always there. 



The Paranormal Investigation and Research Organiza- 
tion has grown and thrived since it was founded here 
at UNH in 1998. The Organization is now over 60 
members strong, with representation from various 
majors who love having a place to talk about paranor- 
mal topics. As the Organization continues to grow, so 
does its reputation in the world of paranormal investi- 
gation. Members made history in 2008 by participating 
in the world's largest known collaborative effort for an 
investigation. Paranormal Awareness Week was put on 
from October 25-31 and was filled with activities for the 
whole campus to enjoy, kicking off with a day trip to 
Salem, Massachusetts, guest speakers, a psychic fair, and 
harvest party, and culminating with a costume ball! 
PIRO has grown more progressive 
and proactive in its practice as a 
proficient paranormal investigative team. 




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Club strives to be actively involved in the com- 
munity, as well as on the UNH campus, through 
charity events, community service, guest speak- 
ers, and volunteerism with professionals and 
organizations related to the Psychology field of 
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A UNH SCUBA Club members are real divers, 
not those who dive once a year in warm tropi- 
cal waters. The UNH SCUBA Club offers 
courses each semester, ranging from basic 
level to advanced diver certifications and even 
refresher courses. Certified Divers also have 
the chance to take certifications in underwater 
photography and night diving. Aside from 
diving and attaining lifetime internationally- 
recognized certifications, UNH SCUBA is 
active in the UNH and surrounding commu- 
nities. We organize and participate in several 
community service and fundrais- 
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Members take part in helping with various walks such as 
Light the Night for leukemia and lymphoma and Walk 
MS for multiple sclerosis. The club is also involved with 
Habitat for Humanity. We spend dme down at St. Mary's 
soup kitchen helping cook and prepare meals. We are also 
involved with food collections during Easter and Hallow- 
een, do food drives, hold many fundraisers throughout the 
year, and promote Alcohol Awareness Week and Breast 
Cancer Awareness Month. We also have organizations like 
Invisible Children and Flying Kites speak about current 
crises regarding children in Africa. SMILE also teams up 
with other clubs on campus to do beach 
and park cleanups. 



The purpose of the Sports Industry Club is 
to give students an inside look at the sports 
industry, facility management, personnel man- 
agement, facility safety, marketing, and general 
administration by meeting with and network- 
ing with executives and personnel from the 
four major sports leagues (MLB, NFL, NHL, 
and NBA), minor leagues, and other collegiate 
athletic departments and marketing firms. The 
Club also serves as a social environment that 
allows students to enjoy the sports world to the 
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The University Surf/Ski/Snowboard Club has 
a large membership each year of ambitious stu- 
dents who live for surfing, skiing, and snowboard- 
ing. The Club is environmentally friendly and the 
members are avid volunteers at beach clean-ups, 
nature festivals, winter festivals, and other commu- 
nity service projects. The Club plans multiple surf 
trips throughout the year as well as weekend ski 
trips to Maine and Canada. 






The UNH Elite Step Team, consisting of 25 
members, was founded in the Fall of 2007 by 
sophomores Natalia Kennedy and Danielle Latty. 
Elite Step Team has performed at numerous on- 
and off-campus events, and has earned first and 
second place trophies from some of them. Elite 
has brought a unique form of entertainment to 
the University while promoting diversity and indi- 
viduality. The Team wishes to continue to repre- 
sent the University and to enhance the growth of 
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The UNH Green Team provides a medium to those 
students wishing to build a more sustainable and 
eco-friendly campus community. We promote envi- 
ronmental awareness, reduce the impact we have 
on our global environment, and bring students and 
faculty together to achieve this common goal. The 
UNH Green team acts as the voice of the environ- 
mentally concerned student body who don't have 
the capability to make a significant change on their 
own. This group of students is exceptionally pas- 
sionate about our environment, and is dedicated 

to making changes for the better 

here on campus. 



The University of New Haven Ice Hockey Club 
is a group of dedicated hockey players who 
compete in Division II of the American Col- 
legiate Hockey Association. The club enjoys 
providing safe and fun events for the students 
of the university to enjoy. The team also allows 
students to display their school spirit at every 
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As members of the University of New Haven's Victi- 
mology Club, we promote awareness of victim rights on 
campus, while endorsing a unified voice for both academics I 
and practitioners. We also strive to eliminate discrimination I 
of all types, and against all people. The Victimology Club 
hosts man}' events during the year. Take Back the Night, 
our largest annual event, brings awareness about domes- 
tic violence to the campus community. The annual Jessica j 
Santos Walk is held each spring, in memory of a UNH stu- \ 
dent whose life tragically ended early in a drive-by shooting. \ 
We participate in numerous community service activities 
including community walks, working with food and 

clothing pantries, and volunteering. 

The Victimology Club continues to grow 
every year and to expand its participation inj 
events both on and off campus. 



The UNH Wrestling Club is the first wrestling organization 
at the University of New Haven. As a club, we have the 
opportunity to bring in those who have never had a chance 
to participate in this sport. We strive to improve upon our 
own abilities on and off the mat. Wrestling is not simply 
one's ability to overpower the opponent, but also gives the 
practitioner a chance to master the technicalities of the 
sport, and treat a match much like a chess game, where you 
plan numerous moves in advance. Wrestling is one of die 
few sports in which your success and your failure depend 
on you. We practice as a team, pushing each other to our 
limits, but once you are on the mat you are the only one 
who can decide the outcome. Our goal is to push ourselves 
to discover our own limitations and surpass 
them, not only physically but also academi- 
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The Admissions Team is a volunteer 
organization that provides tours to pro- 
spective students and their families. We 
volunteer at numerous events sponsored 
by the Undergraduate Admissions Office' 
including Open House, Accepted Stu- 
dents Days, Charger Days, and more. 
The Admissions Team also participates inj 
other University events. 



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9 Active Minds UNH was established on campus in 
the spring of 2009, and is now recognized by the Active 
Minds national organization. Our primary goal is to 
create awareness of mental health issues effecting college 
students on campus and to reduce the stigma surround- 
ing mental illness. Members serve as liaisons between the 
University of New Haven student bodv and the mental 
health community by handing out information packets 
and hosting and organizing events such as guest speakers 
and charity fundraisers. Through up to date information 
and involvement, members of Active Minds UNH aim 
to help students find counseling for mental health con- 
cerns, substance abuse related problems, and learning 
disabilities; and provide students with 
resources to help those thev care about. 




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Anime Club is a club formed so that people who 
are interested in anime, also known as Japanese 
animation, can meet other people who also like 
anime. We follow along with Japanese pop cul- 
ture and analyze the transformation, influences, 
and troupes that have occurred since its creation. 
During the course of the school year, the club 
will put on events related to anime and manga, 
along with trips to Anime Conventions and New 
York City. Our club meetings allow members to 
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The Ballroom Club is a social club whose goal 
is to promote the interest in ballroom dancing. 
The club is open to all students holding an inter- 
est in ballroom dance and who want to spread 
this interest throughout the UNH community. 
Members learn, practice, and expand repertoires 
together as well as plan events in which to show 
case the dances and teach others. Through such 
events, the club hopes to spark an interest in 
ballroom dancing to others, achieving their goal. 





The Biology Club is a new club on campus that 
allows students who enjov biology to express 
that interest through the club. We participate 
in competitions against other clubs, as well as 
have friendly games within the club. We are also 
involved with other biology clubs in neighboring: 
colleges. In addition, we are also participating 
in community service projects such as Up Til 
Dawn. We also have socials within the club that 
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Engineers without Borders supports 
community-driven development pro- 
grams through the design and imple- 
mentation of sustainable engineering 
projects and fostering responsible lead- 
ership. We promote the professional 
development of members through pro- 
grams and relations with other student 
chapters. 




9 The University of New Haven Dance Team, also 
known as the Emanon Dance Crew, has been active 
on the UNH campus since die 1 990s. Recently, they 
have been recognized under the Athletics Depart- 
ment as a Spirit Group. Emanon performs hip-hop, 
jazz, ballet, lyrical, tap, cultural routines and all other 
genres in between. They perform at football and 
basketball game halftimes as well as their Annual 
Showcase and many other on- and off-campus 
events. Emanon strives for excellence in all that they 
do and prides itself on diversity and unity among 
the team. The dancers come from varying 

backgrounds and training and 
each member has the opportunity 
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9 The Science Fiction and Fantasy Club (Sci-Fi 
Fan) is a social club where students can meet others 
interested in the science fiction and fantasy genres 
in a positive environment. Since Science Fiction 
and Fantasy are such broad genres, the club brings 
people from all different backgrounds together 
where they can participate in events, activities, 
meetings, committees and more. Sci-Fi Fan pro- 
motes entertainment and diversity as we have fun 
and celebrate two misunderstood genres. Sci-Fi Fan 
holds a variety of events to entertain and enlighten 
the campus community such as movie nights, game 
nights, discussions, and promotions 
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Vice President: Cody Forgea 

Secretary: Peter Kazlas 

Treasurer: Kevin Antoniotti 

Alumni Secretary: 

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Sergeant-at-Arms: 

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The brothers of the New Haven Delta Chi Fraternity, Inc, 
started the year off in July and August with their 56th annual 
convention in Las Vegas, NV. The undergraduates enjoyed a 
great time with the alumni on the strip and had many sessions 
on improving their fraternity life here on campus. The chapter 
was one of the best chapters in raising money for the V Founda- 
tion for cancer research, and was rewarded for officer excel- 
lence, intramurals, and philanthropy excellence. The brothers 
continued their community service efforts in the Hew Haven 
area with the Special Olympics Bowlers and attended the Lupus 
and ALS walks at the Point Park in New Haven. The brothers' 
bi-annual American Red Cross Blood Drive had a massive turn- 
out, and the brothers would like to thank the UNH community 
for their help. Delta Chi had socials and intramural events with 
the sorority sisters of Delta Phi Epsilon and Phi Sigma Sigma 
including Monday Night Football parties, flag football, kickball, 
and hiking up the Sleeping Giant Mountain. The brothers also 
celebrated their founding in October at the Nathan Hale Park 
in New Haven and many of the surrounding alumni attended 
the party. In the spring, the brothers will be participating in 
the annual Active v. Alumni Softball Game, which is sure to be 
a lot of fun. In November, we had our annual White Carnation 
Formal at the Villa Bianca and had fun with the Alumni. As the 
year went on, we grew as brothers and students and are looking 
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The fraternity of Kappa Gamma Rho was 
founded on April 16, 1997. We are largely a 
community service-based fraternity with social 
ideals. The brothers of Kappa Gamma Rho 
believe that brothers come before anything else. 
The goals of Kappa Gamma Rho include promot- 
ing good will in the surrounding community; 
enhancing Greek and student life on campus; and 
promoting quality, diversity, and unity through 
Greek life. We work hard with the University to 
have students participate and have an active role 
in the University student government. One of our 
biggest events is the bi-annual Say What Karaoke, 
which is held each semester. We also co-spon- 
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Eminent Recorder: 

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Eminent Treasurer: 

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Eminent Warden: 

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Recruitment Chairman: 

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Haven on September 20, 2009. Nationwide, SAE brothers live 
their lives by The True Gentleman's Creed, which promotes the 
attributes of a well-rounded man. The men of SAE's Connecti- 
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they help others through philanthropic as well as social events. 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon's national philanthropy is The Children's 
Miracle Network. The fraternity participates in community ser- 
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for underprivileged kids, and lending a hand in the children's 
after school program at the local YMCA, among many others. As 
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The fraternity known today as Sigma Chi was founded in 1855 
after six members of the Delta Kappa Epsilon Chapter in Miami, OH, were 
disbarred after questioning the principles of the chapter. James Caldwell, 
Isaac Jordan, Benjamin Runkle, Franklin Scobey, Thomas Bell, and Daniel 
Cooper felt that a fraternity's structure should be based solely on justice, 
and rewards based on merit and honesty. Shortly after being disbarred, 
the six members came into contact with William Lewis Lockwood who 
possessed remarkable organizational talents which led to the birth of the 
Sigma Chi Fraternity. 

Fittingly the three ideals of the founding fathers (friendship, learn- 
ing, and justice) are to this day the underlining elements of the Sigma 
Chi Fraternity. Sigma Chi believes in diversity, and with diversity comes 
a variety of opinions and points of view, which leads to a vast amount of 
opportunities and advantages for our organization. Our fraternity encour- 
ages independence for congenial and genuine friendship, which we believe 
is the only structure for associations dealing with collegiate brotherhood. 
A long-lasting tradition of Sigma Chi reads "men possessed with different 
temperaments, talents, and convictions," which states that we are an orga- 
nization that encourages you to be yourself because we believe that a wide 
variety of different talents will only result in the best for our organization. 

The Lambda Epsilon Chapter of Sigma Chi, which was established 
at the University of New Haven on May 10th, 2009, was started as an inter- 
est group by 24 guys who worked their way into create a colony known 
as Sigma Chi Lambda on March 14th, 2008. After a year and a half of 
hard work, dedication, and the ambition of 38 plus members, the Lambda 
Epsilon chapter was initiated thanks to the help from Headquarters, Yale, 
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Vice Archon: Jes Vogt 

Bursar: Samantha Dobshinsky 

Scribe: Tara Rossy 

Tribune: Tzivia Freeman-Dasent 

Member-at-Large: Samantha Heppe 

Sister Development Chairman: Lisa Barnard 

Membership Recruitment Chairman: 

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Risk Management Chairman: Kori Jennings 




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Dear Graduate, 

I extend my sincerest congratulations to you on the completion of your degree. A college 
degree is truly an achievement of intellect and effort, and you are to he commended. 

As you ponder your future plans, remember that your degree from the University of New 
Haven is more valuable than ever. The University's goal has been to prepare you for a 
meaningful life, both personally and professionally, and to instill in you a sense of social 
justice and civic responsibility. You are now equipped with a comprehensive education and 
are well prepared to take on the challenges of our times, from the economic recession to the 
specter of global warming. I urge you to accept those challenges, and strive to improve the 
lives of others whenever you have the opportunity. 

I hope you also take a moment to express your gratitude to the members of the UNH 
faculty and staff who have helped prepare you for this milestone in your life. Your professors 
at UNH have given you foundations and concepts in their individual disciplines and have 
taught you how to apply them to the real world. 

Thank you for letting the University of New Haven be a part of your life. I encourage you to 
return to campus often, and to include the University in your future. We are proud of you. 



With my very best wishes, 



Steven H. Kaplan 
President 



Letter from University President Steven H. Kaplan 161, 







Class of 2010, 

I would like to first congratulate all of you as you are now a graduate of the University of New Haven. 
You have all studied hard, crammed for tests, and now you can be proud to call yourself an alumnus of 
the University of New Haven. 

As I look back over my time here, I can say that I am extremely fortunate to have been involved with 
many different things. I'm sure that I have crossed paths with many of you over the last few years 
whether through classes, USGA, clubs, or even just around campus. I personally have benefited from 
these experiences. Sharing ideas, sharing laughs, and seeing the different points of view has helped me 
to become much more objective in how I view things. Our diversity is what has helped us all grow. 

I want to thank you for allowing me to serve as your student government president. You have taught me 
so much about myself and allowed me to grow into the person I am today. For your support, I am truly 
thankful. 

As many of you have, I have been preparing to graduate for the last four years. After every semester and 
after every registration period, I would feel like I was getting closer and closer to my goal of graduation. 
Now that I am here, a big part of me is not ready to leave the University of New Haven. For the past 
four years, UNH has served as a home for me. I have made friends for a lifetime, grown close to staff 
members, and have created memories that I will look back on for years to come. And at the end of the 
day I am not sure if I ready to let that all go. 

But as we move away from UNH, where we will all go and what we will all do is uncertain. However, we 
have all spent the best years of our lives here at UNH together, and no one will ever be able to take that 
away from us. 

Congratulations to the graduating class of 2010, and the best of luck as you go on your way. 



Best, 



Christopher Rinck 
USGA President 



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Glenn Altshuler 

Criminal Justice- 
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Christopher 
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Stephen Acevedo 

English- Writing 



Natalie Alban 

Criminal Justice- 
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Mary Adinolfi 

Criminal Justice- 
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Amer Al-Sadiq 

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Lydia Josephine 
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Drew Allen 

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Kyra Berkheiser 

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Nicholas Bria 

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Cara-Lyn Denny 

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Erin J. Ennis 

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Kierra Fields 

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Ivana Espinosa 

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Sammy Falcon 

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Jamie Forst 

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Shannon Gagne 

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Joseph Galvin 

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Aaron 
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Nicole Flagge 
Dental Hvgiene 




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Aimee Gagnon 

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Debra Garstka 

Dental Hygiene 





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Kayla M. 
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Phillip Galaske 

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Danielle Nichole 
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Taylor 
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Robert Hanson 

Criminal Justice- 
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John Hemenway, 
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Jonathan 
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Hui Guo 

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Matthew 
Hanke 



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Benjamin 
Harkins 

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Darryl Greene 

Liberal Studies 




Ivelisse Guzman 

Political Science 




Douglas 
Hannigan 

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Graham 
Hartmann 

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Kori Jennings 

Forensic Science 
Biology-Premedical 




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Stephen James 
Johnson 

Psychology- 
Community/ 
Clinical 

Criminal Justice- 
Law Enforcement 
Administration 



Thomas Hope 

Fire Science- 
Fire Administratio 
| Fire Science- 
Fire/ Arson 
Investigation 




Anjali Elaine 
Illescas 

Criminal Justice- 
Investigative 
Services 




Melissa Janeirc 

Dental Hygiene 




Kyle 
John-Schonfiel< 

Music & Sound 
Recording 




Andre L. Jones 

Music & Sound 
Recording 



172 Class of 2010 




Vincent 
Kacerguis III 

Criminal Justice- 
Law Enforcement 
Administration 




Natalia Kennedy 

Psychology 




Jason Kochis 

Forensic Science 
Biology 




Brienne 
Lademann 

Criminal Justice- 
Investigative 
Services 





Matthew 
Kavaler 

Criminal Justice- 
Law Enforcement 
Administration 




Kristin N. Kiro 
Forensic Science 




Andrew 
Kornmeyer 

Mechanical 
Engineering 




Joiah Ladson 

Forensic Science 



Ryan Lancaster 


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Fire Protection 




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Engineering 


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Criminal Justice 
Investigative 
Services 




Christina Kelley 

Business 
Administration- 
Management of 
Sports Industries 




Micheil J. 
Koblish 



Histor 




Edyta Kotowski 

Criminal Justice- 
Invetigative 




Kristine M. 
Lambracht 

Finance 
Accounting 




Gillian N. 
Langbaum 

Criminal Justice- 
Investigative 
Services 



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Amy Langlois 

Psvchology- 

Community/ 
Clinical 




Gillian M.L. 
Lazarus 

Chemistry 
Forensic Science 




Sarah LeGoff 



Carley Lobacz 

Forensic Science 
Chemistry 




Ann -Elise 
Lucarelli 



Dental Hvgiene 




David Lanz 

Criminal Justice- 
Investigative 
Services 




SonnieMarie 
Lebbing 

Criminal Justice- 
Investigative 
Services 




Jennifer Liberti 

Criminal Justice- 
Investigative 
Services 



Brenda Lopez 

Criminal Justice- 
Investigative 
Services 




Eileen Ly 

Criminal Justice- 
Law Enforcement 
Administration 

Gobal Studies 




Danielle Latty 

Communication 
Psychology 



Alicia Leblanc 

Criminal Justice- 
Investigative 
Services 



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Lori LoGuidice 

Forensic Science 
Biology 




Raquel 
Lopez Nieves 

English- Literatun 
Psychology 



Lindsay Lynch 

Graphic Design 



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Amanda (Mandie) 
K. MacDonald 

Liberal Studies 




Nicholas Maisel 

Criminal Justice- 
Investigative 
Services 




Stephen Mann 

Fire Science- 
Fire/ Arson 
Investigation 




Jacqueline 
Martell 

Criminal Justice- 
Law Enforcement 
Administration 



Lauren 
Massicotte 

English- Writing 
Business 
Administration 




Sean Maguire 

Criminal Justice- 
Investigative 




Ani E. Malool 

Fire Science- 
Fire/Arson 
Investigation 

Fire Science- 
Fire 
Administration 



Ivy Marroquin- 
Cameros 



Accounting 




Kimberly M. 
Martin 

Criminal Justice- 
Investigative 
Services 




Molly Matuszak 

Criminal Justice- 
International 
Justice & Security 





Andrew P. 
Mahoney 

Criminal Justice- 
Investigative 
Services 

Psychology 



Joseph 
Mangeno III 

Criminal Justice- 
Investigative 
Services 




Helin Marte 

Management of 
Sports Industries 




Michelle E. 
Massa 



Psychology 




Kristen Maylott 

Biology- 
Biochemistry 
Forensic Science 



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Janic J. Maysonet 

Communication- 
Mass 
Communication 




Kieran 
McCoobery 

Music & Sound 
Recording 




Sara Anne 
McGuire 

Forensic Science 
I History 




Stacey McMillin 

Criminal Justice- 
Victim Services 



Corinne M. 
Merjave 

Psychology 
Legal Studies- 
Dispute Resolution 




K^TC* 



Jamie Maziarz 

Forensic Science 
Biology-Premedica 




Terese 
McDermott 

English- Writing 
Political Science 




Jennifer 
McGurrin 

Criminal Justice- 
Investigative 




Farhad Mekael 

Civil Engineering 



Trent 
McCaskill 

Forensic Science 
Chemistry 



Deshawn Chac 
McGregor 

Biology- 
Biochemistry 

Environmental 
Science 



Brian Merrifield 

Fire Protection 
Engineering 



Angela McKec 

Criminal Justice- 
Investigative 




Jessica Melillc 

Criminal Justice- 
Investigative 
Services 



Tyler Miceli 

Criminal Justice- 
Investigative 
Services 



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Julianne T. 


Psychology 




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Mihalcik 


Criminal Justice- 
Juvenile & Family 
Justice 




1 ' Ju 




Psychology- 
Community/ 
Clinical 




Deanna Modica 

English- Writing 



Daniel Morton 

Political Science 





Jessica Annette 
Negron 

English- Writing 



Rachel Le 
Nguyen 

Forensic Science 
Biology-Premedical 



Dayna Morel 

Forensic Science 
Biology 




Prescott 
Nadeau 

Fire Science- 
Fire 

Administration 



Scott Nejfelt 

Mechanical 
Engineering 



Brittaney 
Obienu 

Forensic Science 
Chemistrv 




Tanya Mladen 

Communiation- 
Mass 
Communication 




Stephanie 
Elaine Morra 

Criminal Justice- 
Forensic 
Psychology 




Alexander Nagy 

Criminal Justice- 
Investigative 
Services 




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Chuong Minh 
Nguyen 

Biotechnology 




Justin O'Brien 

Criminal Justice- 
Investigative 
Services 



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Laura O'Neill 

Psychology- 
Community/ 
Clinical 




Travis Scott Orr 

Music Industry 
Management of 
Sports Industries 



Tyler Parker 

Civil Engineering 




Michelle Pessah 

Hotel & Restaurant 
Management 




Daniella Pires 

Criminal Justice- 
Law Enforcement 
Administration 




Michael O'Neill 

Criminal Justice- 
Law Enforcement 
Administration 



Bradley Parcella 



business 
Administration 




Brendan 
Pearson 

Music & Sound 
Recording 




Thomas Phelan 

Criminal Justice- 
Investigative 
Services 




Allison Pittman 

Psychology 




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Peter Orlowski, 
Jr. 

Fire Science- 
Fire/ Arson 
Investigation 

Criminal Justice- 
Investigative 
Services 



Alycia Parker 

Criminal Justice- 
Investigative 
Services 



Rebecca 
Perkins 

Criminal Justice- 
Investigative 
Services 



Jayme Phillips 

Biotechnology 




(jes)IKA Polis 

Forensic Science 
Chemistry 



178 Class of 2010 



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Danielle Rado 

Criminal Justice- 
Juvenile & Family 
Justice 



Lydie M. Regis 

Criminal Justice- 
Juvenile & Familv 
Justice 




Jeff Rivers 

Forensic Science 
Chemistry 



Zack Rosen 

Music & Sound 
Recording 




Michelle 
Salamone 

Forensic Science 
Chemistry 




Amy Rattelle 

Biology- 
Biochemistrv 




Diamantino 
Rebimbas 

Mechanical 
Engineering 



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Erica Riendeau 

Interior Design 



Christopher D. 
Rinck 

Fire Science- 
Fire/Arson 
Investigation 




Karina 
Robinson 

Nutrition & 
Dietetics 




Kaitlin 
Rodriques 

Criminal Justice- 
Investigative 
Services 



Justine Rossi 

Criminal Justice- 
Forensic 
Psychology 




Thomas 
Ruggieri 

Mechanical 
Engineering 





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John San 

Accounting 



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Maideline 
Sanchez 



Biology 



Kristen Saunders 

Criminal Justice- 
Investigative 
Services 

Legal Studies- 
Public Affairs 




Molly Larson 
Seely 



English- Literature 



Mark Shanahan 

Criminal Justice- 
Law Enforcement 
Administration 



Michael 
Shimchick 



Music Industry 




Geoffrey 
Sansone 

Criminal Justice- 
Investigative 
Services 




Janette M. 
Schairer 

English- Writing 




Michael Sessa 

Forensic Science 




Maryellen K. 
Shea 



Forensic Science 




Michael Small 

Criminal Justice- 
Law Enforcement 
Administration 







Alysia Saunders 

Biology-Premedical 




Laura Michelle 
Schnetzler 

Forensic Science 
Biology-Premedical 




Nicole Sestito 

Criminal Justice- 
Investigative 
Services 




Andrea 
Shepard 

Criminal Justice- 
Juvenile & Family 
Justice 



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Abbetha Smith 

Forensic Science 
Biology 



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Caitlin Smith 

Forensic Science 




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Maria Sosa 

Communication 




Kristina Stirlen 

Criminal Justice- 
Investigative 



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Leah M. Smith 










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Forensic Science 




Biology-Premedical 


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Zachary Starkey 



business 
Administration 



Jonathan Stock 

Forensic Science 
Chemistry 










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Sergio I. Suazo 




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Criminal Justice- 




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Global Studies 




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Engineering 






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Stephanie 
Taggart 

Forensic Science 
Biology 



Micah 
Thompson 

Business 
Administration 





Madison Rane 
Soldano 

English- Literature 
English-Writing 

(Pre-Education 

Advising) 



Alyse Stewart 

Forensic Science 
Biology 




Kayla Stomski 

Forensic Science 
Chemistry 




Suzanne Taluy 

Psychology 



Steven 
Thompson 

Music Industry 
Music & Sound 
Recording 



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Joshua T. Tine 

Criminal Justice- 
Law Enforcement 
Administration 

Political Science 




Stephanie Lynn 
Usseglio 

Criminal Justice- 
Investigative 
Services 




David Vargas 



Electrical 
Engineering 




Stephen Ward 

Fire Science- 
Fire/ Arson 
Investigation 




Dory Welch 

Criminal Justice- 
Investigative 
Services 




Christina 
Tolides 



Forensic Science 



Michael Valente 

Communication- 
Mass 
Communication 







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Jes Vogt 

Criminal Justice- 
Law Enforcement 
Administration 

Fire Science- 
Fire/Arson 
Investigatoin 



Jessica 
Warnock 

Criminal Justice- 
Investigative 
Services 




Darla West 

Psychology 



Gabriela 
Urquiza 

Criminal Justice- 
Investigative 
Services 
j Psychology 



Melissa Valerio 

International 
Business 



James A. Walsh 

Criminal Justice- 
Investigative 
Services 



Rochelle Rose 
Wehrfritz 

Legal Studies- 
Paralepal Studies 




Steven Westhoff 

Criminal Justice- 
Investigative 
Services 



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Leon White 

Criminal Justice 




Sean Whitman 

Criminal Justice- 
Investigative 
Services 




James A. Wible 

Fire Protection 
Engineering 




Dean Wile 

Fire Protection 
Engineering 




Matthew 
Wodzisz 

Music & Sound 
Recording 




Kristine E. 
Wiercinski 



Interior Design 



Keron Williams 

Accounting 



Tisha Wosencroft 

Communication- 
Mass 
Communication 




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Carly Yamauchi 

Forensic Science 



Travis J. Young 

Criminal Justice- 
Investigative 
Services 




Courtney 
Whittle 

Forensic Science 
Biology-Premedical 



Kathryn 
Wilberding 

Forensic Science 
Chemistry 




Marc Wilson 

Criminal Justice- 
International 
Justice & Security 

Global Studies 




Neal Wostbrock 

Mechanical 
Engineering 




Sarah B. Zello 

Forensic Science 
Biology-Premedical 



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Saud Al Otaibi 
Sondra Alagna 
Crystal Algea 
Oliver Amerigian 
Justin Anderson 
Kevin Antoniotti 
Diane Arel 

Valancia Ariyanayagam 
Kevin Badowski 
Amanda Baillargeon 
Cina Barbieri 
Charles Bameby 
Michelle Barney 
Daniel Barr 
Kyle Barrett 
Desiree.Barrieau 
Brian Barry 
Nicole Barsalou 
Ashley Barton 
Gregory Baumgart 
Jeremy Beaudry 
Mia Becker 
James Bellando 
Crystal Ann Berg 
John Bergan 
Maria Bergan 
Matthew Biroscak 
Annemarie Biviano 
Jennifer Black 
Caitlyn Boenig 
Kelli Boike 
Caitlin Bolduc 
Dale Bonn 
Dawn Bonvini 
Joseph Boomer 
Jamie Bordner 
Megan Boyle 
Seth Boyster 
Stephan Braye 
Justin Brunyansky 
Nathaniel Buiel 
Daniel Buley 
Larry Buley 
Alyssa Carbone 
Brian Carey **" 
Melissa Carlton 
Andrew Carlson 
Robert Carlucci 
Milton Carter 
Walter Carter 
Michael J. Celentanojr. 
Robert Ceriello 
Kevin Chamberlain 
Brandon Chamberland 
Matthew Cherubini 
Anthony Cistulli 



Morgan Clark 
Chad Clayton 
Kelly Clear 
Lucas Clunan 
Michael Cofalka 
Julia Collman 
Rose Marie Colon 
Colleen Conroy 
Lucia Conte 
Alice Coppock 
Jonathan Corilla 
Oren Corridon 
Robert Creighton 
Cole Cross 
Matthew Crupi 
Kevin Cushman 
Diana Da Silva 
Kelley Daisey 
Desiree DAngelo 
Elizabeth Darling 
Samantha Davidson 
Jessica DeFranca 
Amanda Degatano 
Katelyn DeLucia 
Kaitlyn Desrochers 
Danielle Dilella 
Ali Dispazio 
Althea Donaldson 
Kyle Donnelly 
Kerly Dorismond 
Jessica Dorso 
Seamus Doyle 
Colleen Driscoll 
Walter Dunn 
Melissa A. Dutton 
Jessica Emerson 
Carolina Escalante 
James Eurto 
Joseph Fasino 
Melanie Anna Fedun 
Sarah Feldman 
Neusa Fernandes 
John Ferraro 
Jessica Ferreira 
Michael Feulner 
Zachary Fienemann 
Matthew Fifer 
Jason Fincher 
Samantha Fischetti 
Brandon M. Fitzgerald 
Cody Forgea 
Joseph Franco 
Justin Frankel 
Ted Freeman 
Jessica Cagnier 
Bryan Callego 
James Calu 
Danielle Gambardella 
Lauren Cannon 
Frank Carofalo 



Debra Carstka 
Justin Cawrych 
Kaitlyn Germain 
Paul Gianini 
Brendon Gilchrist 
John Glenn 
Valarie Goerig 
Jessica Gomez 
Matthew Goodale 
Daniel Goresh 
Letha GrahamSmith 
Lorrice Grant 
Anthony Gray 
Justin Green 
Joseph Greenwald 
Lyndsey Gress 
Ross Griswold 
Matthew Grossman 
Jenny Guevara 
Freda Gurusaransingh 
Michael Guzman 
Jaclyn Halkovic 
Rebecca Hall 
Sarah Hall 
Stephanie Hall 
Celeste Hanley 
Sara Harrison 
Lauren Havrilla 
Rose Henri 
Joseph Herchuk 
Yesica Hernandez 
Stephen Hodgdon 
Laura Holley 
Lyubomir Hristev 
Joshua Hubbard 
Amy Hunnicutt 
Veronica Lee Izquierdo 
Kelvin Jackson 
Keyla Jackson 
Erinjacobson 
Michael Jedd 
David Jervis" 
Mark Johnson 
Lauren Jubyna 
Ryan Jurewicz 
Kostula Karachristos 
Jennifer Karp 
Nathan. Kaufman 
Peter Kazlas 
Michael Keber 
Patrick Kellaher 
Meghan Kelly 
Ryan Kelly 
Stefanie Kennedy 
Mira Keshwala 
Eric Kettunen 
Alyssa Kibbie 
Inese Klavina 
Gerardo Kloss 
George Kochera 



George Kochera 
Adam Kostuk 
Alexander Kratman 
John Kritzman 
Joseph Kubik 
Michael Kuzoian 
Joseph Landisio 
Christopher LeBarron 
JongSoo Lee 
Sirak Legesse 
Vincent Lehman 
Kelley Lehmann 
Latoya Lisle 
Lindsay Lovenduski 
Kevin Lowry 
Steve Ludwikow 
Audrey Madore 
Jasmeet Mann 
Jeffrey Marello 
Charles Marmorale 
Alyssa Marsico 
Eric Matakaetis 
Jessica Matiosz 
Christopher Mauch 
Steven Mays 
Breanna McCarthy 
Catherine McClellan 
Chase McElligott 
Kevin McGrath 
Jesse Mclntyre 
Andrew Mederios 
Sage Meehan 
Ankur Mehta 
Michael Merola 
Dorian Merhman-Boddy 
Austin Michalski 
Monique Miller 
Anne Marie Minervini 
Matthew Mitchell 
Ryan Mitchell 
Colleen Monroe 
John Henry Morehouse 
Ronald Moriconi 
Katie Morris 
Meaghan Morris 
Jordan Moser 
Evelyne Mukasonga 
Nicole Mule 
Greg Munden 
Mario Nascimento 
Kyle Newman 
Charles Noe 
John Occean 
Keri Occhipinti 
Evan Okon 
Steven Oliviera 
Matthew Olivieri 
Abrahim Orabi 
Katherine Oren 
Jessica Palmetto 






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Kenneth Palumbo 

Courtney Panetta 

Elimira Parker 

Daniel Parkes 

David Pasko 

Pinal Patel 

Vihari Patel 

Amy Patnode 

Yesika Pena 

Jeremy Perkins 

Nicole Perotti 

Alicia Phillips 

Brendan Picca 

Robert Pickett # 

Roy Pilletere 

Jason Pinheiro 

Robin Pitt 

Jacinto Plamenco 

Sarah Plant 

Jessica Poepsel 

Andrei Pop 

Michael Preleski 

Meghan Prendergast 

Ross Procaccio 

Colby Proctor 

Erin Provost 

Joseph Pyle 

Benjamin Radzunas 

Matthew Raucci 

Paul Redash 

Brian Reilly 

John Reis 

Scott Reis 

Margaret Rende 

Kevin Reynolds 

Adrian Riccelli 

Brian Ritchie 

Alison Roberts 

Amanda Roberts 

Richard Roberts 

Christina Robertson 

Devin Robinson 

Kenneth Robinson 

David Rodrigues 

Monica Rodriguez Heffernan 

Marquita Rogala 

Aaron Rogers 

William Rohland 

Martha Roldan 

Michael Roy 

Adam Rozum 

Anthony Russo 

Michael Russo 

Bradley Rydz 

Travis Salkey 

Thomas Salzano 

Bayla Sandman 

Yesenia Santos 

Orapint Sanuntoong 



Patricia Savoie 
Jennifer Scandariato 
Donald Scarpetti 
Andrew Scharf 
Daniel Schiopucie 
Andrew Schuster 
Robert Scukas 
Justin Sedor 
Justin Sepe 
Mark Shanahan 
Kaila Sheehan 
Solomon Sheffield 
Ann Siggens 
Tyler Smith 
Steven Snell 
Lysette Sola 
James Stanko 
Gary Steck 
Jeffrey Stein 
Michael Stevenson 
Andrzej Stopka 
Gloria G. Suaro 
Allegra Sweeney 
Katie Taccariello 
Michael Taylor 
Tabitha Thibault 
Kevin Thomas 
Michael Tobey 
Maribel Torres 
Juliana Vaccro 
Edna Vargas Varela 
Miguel Velez 
David Viera 
Kate Walker 
Meghan Walker 
Samantha R. Walton 
Kristyn Ware 
Jamie Welty 
Kenrico Wheatley 
John White 
Stephen Williams 
Hazel Williamson 
Marc Wilson 
Theodore Wlodkowski 
Jason Wnek 
Laura Wolfe 
Derek Woykovsky . 
Matthew Yeager 
Christopher Young 
Pamela Young 
. Shun Susan Yu 
Mariana Zahora 
Nastassia Zukunft 




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Drew! 

You worked really 

hard and we are 

proud of you. 

iLove, Mum, Dad, 
'jenna, and Jazzy 








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Rob, 

When 1 first held you in my 
arms and you looked at me 
with those big curious eyes 1 
should have known what an 
amazing ride it would be. 
Love, Mom 

Rob, 

We love you very much and 
know you will achieve much 
success in your lifetime. Never 
stop believing in yourself. 
Love, Mom, Dad, Jill, and Joey 







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Robert Nrayaee 

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Parents do not realize when their 
daughter is a child how fleeting the 
moments truly are. And in the blink 
of an eye, the little girl who did 
pirouettes down the hall is dancing 
her way through her own life... What 
a joy it was then, what a joy it is now, 
what a joy it will always be-having 
you for a daughter! 

Kayla, 

Congratulations and best of luck 

always in your bright future. Words 

can never express how extremely 

proud of you we are! We love you 

'MT.L.l." 

Love, Mom, Dad, and Justin 




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Wow! It seems like you just boarded the 
plane from San Diego to New Haven for 
your freshman year, and now you are 
graduating. We have watched as you 
sacrificed your free time to achieve your 
goals of completing your degrees and 
being editor of the yearbook. We are so 
proud of the woman you have become, 
and we know that you will succeed in life. 



We love you and will always be here 
for you, whenever you need us!! 



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Mom and Dad 



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We're so proud of you. 




Congratulations! 




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We are all so proud of you! 
We love you and wish you the best 
of luck. i 

Love Always, 
Mom, Dad, and Sabrina 
XOXO 







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Heather, 




Look at how far you've 
come! You always make us 
very proud,?You get to bag 
em and tag emv- Great job 
and bestfof luck! 

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Mom and Pad s , 



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Alyeea r3igge 

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Alyssa, 

We are very proud of you! Good luck! 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, Jason, and Meaghan 



Philip L Christopher III 
300 Q&osten iZost (Road 
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We'll love you forever. 

We'll love you for always. 

Forever and always 

Our baby you'll be. 

Love, 
Dad, Mom, Jenna and Pat, Ashlee and Brian 



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A daughter is the happy 
memories of the past, the 
joyful moments of the 
present, and the hope and 
promise of the future. 
Sara, dream big and follow 
the dream. We are proud 
beyond words. 



Love, 
Mom, Dad, Emily, 
Mimi, Uncle Bruce, 



and Casey 



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We are very happy for the kind 
of person you have always been. 
We are very proud of you, of your 
accomplishments. Your education is 
your best investment. Good luck in 
all your future endeavors. You are 
an amazing son and brother. 

GOD BLESS YOU! 

LOVE YOUR LIEE! 



With love, 
Mom, Dad, and 
your dearest sister Kat 



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-Ben Stowell 






300 Q&oston ^ost (Road 


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Your Family 


(West &e a Pen, i°r 06S16 



John R. Cooler 

300 <3Soston TSost (Road 
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John, 

Were all so proud of you! 

Congratulations! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, and Richie 





Jennifer P. Cravo 

^Boston ISost (Road 
West crtSnw* &<C 06S16 



Jenny, 

We knew you could do it! We are so very proud | 

of you. Never stop reaching for the stars. 

With all of our love, 
Mom, Dad, Erik, and Wizzer 




I Je&oe Michael Cram 
300 cygeston iSost (Road 
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Jesse Bear, 

Life is about choices. We are so very proud of 

the choices you've made, the goals you have 

accomplished, and we love and support you in 

the path you choose from this day on. 

-Mum, Dad, your two sisters, 

your four brothers, Gram, Nana, and Michelle 



GreQQ Dlefendorf 

300 O8osto» £W (Road 

(West Cheapen, 6"G 06S16 




Gregg, 

You will always be our Hero. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 




Samuel Harrington Cox 

I'll love you forever, 

I'll like you for always, 

As long as I'm living, 

nry baby Y°u'U be. 

By Robert Munsch 




Congratulations Sam from 

Mom, Dad, Emma, and Your 

whole family who love and 

support you alwaYS. 



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Erin, 

It seems like only yesterday it 
was your first day of school, your first ^ 
dance recital, trick or treating, days at 
the beach, and horseback riding. 

Now you have grown into a 
beautiful and talented young woman, 
with an energy and dedication for 
everything you do that is truly 
amazing. 

Congratulations, you have such 

la bright future ahead of you, one 

Sthat is so well deserved. We love 
?ou and are so proud of you! 



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Determined, focused, funny, 
caring, kid brother, son, 
best friend. Just a few 
words to describe you, but 
not enough words to teil you 
how proud we are and how 
much we love you. 

Mum, Dad, Alex, and Bert 




Jamee T. Fame 

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Amanda Good 

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We are all so prou£ of you. 
Way to go!! I 



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Dad • 




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Amanda Elizabeth- ■&& * 

Congratulations! 

As you open your next door. . . 

always remember that "behind every good 

woman is herself!!" 

We're so very proud of you!!! 

Love, 

Mom and Collin 



Taylor Gweeenbacher 
300 Q&oston TSest (Road 
CMst ctfSrwn* 6*U 06516 



Taylor, 

We are so proud of you and all of your 

accomplishments! You have become an 

amazing young man! Congratulations! 

We love you-Mom, Dad, & Erin 





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Rob, we're so proud of you. You've brought joy into 

our lives, always thoughtful, always dependable, all 

through the years. We love and admire your caring 

approach to life. We know about your adventurous 

spirit, determination, and capacity for hard work. 

With this graduation, you've already achieved one of 

your major goals. Congratulations! 

Love from Mom and Grammy 



John Hemenway Jr. 

300 Boston ISost (Road — 
(West C^tairf/, 6*U 06S16 — 



John, we are all so proud of who you 

are and what you've become! Follow 

your dreams and your heart to be 

happy and successful. We love you! 

Love, Mom, Dad, Melissa, and Jacob 




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Ryan: 



Where ever you go; 
Whatever you do; 
Our hearts will be with you. J| 
How proud we are. 

All our love, 
Mom -& Dad & Robby 





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Its been a long road. You 
have worked hard and 
deserve its rewards. Best 
of luck. We are very proud 
■ of you. 

Love, 
Mom and Dad 



benjamin Harking 

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toward the sunr 

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that you've accomplished! 
Enjoy life and Dream 
Big! 

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wishes. Words cannot 
express how much we love 
you. May your goals be met 
and your dreams come true. 
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Dear Matt, 

Four remarkable years of 
determination, friendship, 
leadership, and achievement. 
Your integrity and 
ingenuity, instinct and 
impact are inspiring. 
Congratulations! We share 
your pride, 

Mom, Dad, David, & Rob 




Matt Kavaler 
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"You got a toothbrush? 
We're going to New Haven!" 

"You hear that, Doug? 
We're coming to New Haven!" 

Superman, Penguin, 
Construction Worker, 
Volleyball Player!!! 

Peters got it all covered! 

Congratulations, Peter! We're 
so PROUD OF YOU!!!! 

Love, 
Mom, Pop, and Sam 



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"What you get by achieving your goais is 
not as important as what you become by 
achieving your goals!' -Zig Ziglar 



Lauren, 



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and talented ^poman with a bright future 
ahead. We ere so proud of you. 




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Laura O'Neill 
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Laura, 

We are so proud of your 

accomplishments! 

Wishing you much success in the future. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Chris, and Stephen 



lichael 5. O'Neill 

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Michael, 

Were so proud of how you have 

grown up! 

Love, 
Mom and EJ 




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Sara, 

Congratulations on four successful years at the 

University of New Haven. We are so happy and 

proud of your accomplishments and wish you the 

best in your next endeavor. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, and Justin 



John H. Occean 

300 Q&eston ^asl (Road 

(West ^eaven, c?'U 06S16 




Congratulations! We love you and 

we are proud of you. Way to go! 

Love, 

Mom 8c Dad, Caroline, and 

Rosemine 




Jayme Phillips 

There are no words that can 
describe how proud 1 am of the 
woman you have become. You truly 
are my ray of sunshine! 
I wish you a happy and 
wonderful life. Keep 
smiling and love life! 
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Jess, you have been our 
shining star and glow 
brighter each year. We are 
extremely proud of you 
and know you will succeed 
in whatever you endeavor 
to accomplish. We love 

you and pray for you 

always. 

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Justin 

When you were young 

you had us wondering what you would be. . . w 

A spectator or a participant? Passive or assertive? ^ 

A. follower or a leader? 

Those answers are clearly apparent today. 

But one thing we always knew 

was what a great son you are 

and what a remarkable young man you would grow into. 

There was never any question there! 

Congratulations 
all our love and best wishes, today and forever. 



Dad, Mom, Cory, & Kyle 





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i ions Jessica! You have done a wonderful job in 

school and we are so proud of you. You have grown into a 

beautiful young lady who loves the Lord and shares her faith 

with everyone. You have been an inspiration to us all. May 

you continue to seek Gods perfect plan for your life, "plans to 

|prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a 

future!' (Jeremiah 29:11) 

Love 

Mom, Dad, Meghan, and Scott. 



Laura Schnetzler 

300 Boston ISost (Read 
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.aura- 

Our sweet Valentine baby girl! Still sweet as ever! 
|The curiosity you showed as a child has continued into a 
(curiosity of life with your chosen career in forensic science| 
|and biology. So proud of you! 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 

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Geoff, it is hard to believe how far you 
have come since you were that 

little boy. We are so very 
proud of you. Wherever you 
go, go with all your heart. 
Live your life where every 
tomorrow is a vision of 
hope. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, 

and Dominick 







"Always the question for dancers is: 
can we fly?" .... 

-Jean-Christophe Maillot, 

ballet choreographer . 

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It seems that even the sky could 
not limit you. y 

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Words of wisdom to my beautiful daughter, Karina, 

1. Grab life with both hands and get everything out of it that 
you deserve. Do not stand on the sidelines and let life pass you 
by: instead have the courage, confidence, and determination to 
fully participate. 

2. Along the way, you will stumble, fall, and sometimes even 
fail. Never let this discourage you! With every failure, there is an 
opportunity to learn. Truthfully its your ability to recover that will 
make you a force to be reckoned with in life. 

3. 1 will always be here for you and will always have your back. 
But its time to let you spread your wings and become the strong 
and independent woman that I know you can become. 1 look 

forward, with great anticipation, to meeting that new woman! 

4. Your mother and 1 always knew that this day would come and 
want to remind you that you have a loving support network in 
your grandparents, great-grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins 

who will always offer you guidance when you ask for it. 
5. Finally, congratulations on reaching this amazing 
milestone in your life. Not a day has passed that I haven't 
felt proud to be your Dad, but words cannot express the 
[pride I feel, for your accomplishment, at this very moment. 

1 love you forever and ever, 
Dad 



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Your enthusiasm for life is contagious, your 
persistence in achieving the goals that you set * 
for yourself are admirable. You have grown to 
become a wonderful young woman and know 
that you will continue to succeed as you enter 
the next phase of your life. 

We are so proud of you and your 
accomplishments. We want you to know that 
we will always be there for you, cheering you 
on, lending you a helping hand when you need 
it and bursting with pride every time you 

succeed in conquering new challenges. 

Good Fortune, Good Friends, and above 

all Happiness! 

Congratulations! 

We love you very much. 

Your Loving Family 



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Alyse, 

"Sooo much to say..." 

We are so proud of you and all your accomplishments 
as you graduate in the year 2010! Its been 
wonderful watching "our miracle baby" grow into a 
confident young woman. You have great values and 
are truly a unique person. 

"Take what you can from your dreams, make them as 
real as anything:' 

Your hard work will provide a future of endless 
opportunities. For every ending theres a new 
beginning and for every memory theres a dream ahead. 

We love you THE MOST with all our hearts and 
will always be there for you. 

"Celebrate we will because life is short but sweet 
for certain!' 

Love Always, 
Mom and Dad 








Kayla Stomgki 
300<5&esten ^est(R 
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Kayla if you ever someone to talk to, 

Someone to hear, really hear whats on 

Your mind and in your heart. . . 

Call us, we promise to listen to you 

With all our hearts, with all our attention 

And without interrupting. We are so proud of you. 



Micah Thompson 

300 <38esten "vSest CReaJ 
CMst cheapen, & r C 06S16 



Time flew! 

But I always knew 

Wed end up being 

So proud of you! 

Congratulations, Micah-Beemer! 

Love, Moma 



Campeon: 

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We are all so proud of you. 
Keep going to make all your dreams 
come true. God bless you. 

With love, 
Your Family 






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Stephanie (Laxer) 

"Congratulations to you Gass of 2010" 

Our first, our last, our everything! 
We are all so proud of all that you 
have accomplished these past 4 
years and we are excited about your 
future. Just always remember, all 
that is unforeseen, is foreseen and 
achievable, as you have 
accomplished and achieved it. 
Congrats again. 

Love always and forever, 
Mom, Dad, MJ. 

and your immediate family. 
XXX-000 




Stephanie L UeeegWo 
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To James: 



Words cannot express how proud 
we are of you and the fine young 
man that you have become. 
Congratulations on all your 
[ hard work and accomplishments. 
We wish you a life of health, 
Jove, and success. Always 
follow your dreams and most 
^of all be happy. We love you 
and will always be there for 
you 

Mom, Bill & Dad, Mary 
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Congratulations, we are* proud of - 
you, great job, you did it! 



Dad, Nom, 
Lorelei, and Kristiaa 



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Congratulations on completing 

another milestone in your 
journey through life. Your 
family is so proud of you 
and your 

accomplishments. 
Always remember, your 
family loves you and 
^will always be there for 
you. We wish you 
| success in everything 
youdo. 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, and 
Kevin 




Travis Young 

300 Q&oston "SW (Road _ 
OV?,7 Vteavgn. &"C 06S16 — 



Travis- Congratulations! 

We're so proud of you. 

You'll always be our crime fighting 

super hero. 

Love, Mom and Dad 



University of New Haven 

Oaee of 2010 

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Congratulations to everyone in the 
Class of 2010! 

-Chariot Yearbook 



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To the Graduating Class of 2010 and the University of New Haven: 

The end of the year has finally arrived, and with it, Volume 47 of the Chariot Yearbook. A tremendous 
amount of time, hard work, and effort went into the production of this book, and with assistance from 
USGA and support from parents through PDAs, we were able to publish in full color for the fifth year 
in a row. Making this book was truly the experience of a lifetime, and we would like to thank the 
following for all they did for us along the way: 

Bob Sasena: You really went above and beyond! Thank you so much for all of your help, your swift 
responses to every question we asked (and we know there were a lot!), and for helping us get the 
software working. We couldn't have done this without you. 

Joy Woomer: You're amazing and it's been a pleasure to work with you. Thank you for looking out for 
us and for all of your help and support. You and your staff really spoiled us, and this publication would 
not be nearly as great if all of you weren't checking on our proofs. Thank you! 

Betty Bacon and Amy Gilbert: We cannot thank you enough for all of your patience and for spending 
countless hours on the phone and working with us via email to get YearTech up and running. This 
year's publication would not have been possible without you. 

Rick Brooks: Thank you for helping us design this book's beautiful cover! 

Billy Fogarty: Thank you for answering our countless questions and for giving your honest opinions 
about the design and direction of the book. It was great to have you in the office again! 

Greg Overend: GregO, it's been a crazy year, and there are not enough words to truly thank you. 
Thank you for everything: your patience with us, for giving us your advice and opinions when we 
needed them, and making the Student Activities Wing more fun. We're really going to miss you. 

Lisa Saverese: Thank you for being there for us this year and making the office more fun. It was great 
having you around. 

The Office of Information Technology: Alan, Tony, Kevin, Robert, and Shane-Thank you for all of 
your help with our various technology and software problems throughout the year. We really 
appreciate all of your help and patience. This publication wouldn't have been possible without you. 

The Charger Bulletin: Zack and Erin, we couldn't have had better officemates! Thank you for 
"welcoming us to the insanity" with open arms and supporting us through it all. It was a fantastic year, 
and we're so glad to have shared the experience with you. There aren't words to describe how much 
we're going to miss you. And to the whole staff of The Charger Bulletin: You helped make the office 
even more fun. Thank you for all of your help throughout the year. You guvs are awesome! 

SCOPE: Glenn and Lindsay, you two made this year more fun. The office antics alone could fill this 
book. Thank you to you and all the committee heads for all of your help with photos and for 
supporting us through the long nights and weekends. We're going to miss you all. 



214 Thank You and Good Night! 



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USGA: Thank you for all of your patience and support throughout the year. The road to this 
publication certainly wasn't an easy one to travel, but you helped us out a lot by sending in your photos, 
write-ups, and everything else we needed. You saved us on the eve of deadline so many times, and we 
truly appreciate it. And to the executive board: Thank you for making each day in the office a fun one 
and for answering all of our questions. We couldn't have had a better group of people to work with. 

Nancy Baker: Thank you for all of your help with our senior lists. We couldn't have done this without 
you and we really appreciate everything. 

Andy Beardsley: Thank you for all of your help with Athletics photos and rosters. We really appreciate 
it. 

Sam Claver: Thank you for hundreds of fantastic photos you gave us. 

Our staff: We know this was a tough year, but we want you to know that we honestly appreciate each 
and every one of you. Thank you for all of your help throughout the year. We wish you the best of luck 
with next year's publication and in everything else you do! 

Everyone who sent in photos and information: There are far too many of you to list, but we really 
appreciate your support. You helped create this publication and made this year one to treasure from 
every angle. Thank you! 

The Class of 2010: Thank you for four years of great memories! Graduation is finally here, and the real 
world is supposedly just around the corner. Congratulations to all of you on your degrees and 
accomplishments! We wish you the best of luck in the future. 



And last, but definitely not least, 

Our Families and Friends: Again, there are too many of you to list individually, but you know who you 
are and we want to thank you for everything. Thank you for celebrating with us during the good times 
and keeping us going through the tough times. There is no way we would have made it here without 
you. We love and appreciate you all. THANK YOU SO MUCH! 



Adieu! Adieu! Parting is such sweet sorrow, 




Rachel Barton and Jessica Negrdn 



P.S. We would also like to thank PhotoXpress for all of the fantastic stock photos we used for this book. Without this website, this book —^ 
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100-meter men's butterfly, Michael Phelps 

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