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The Rainbow's End 



Curry College 1988 

Milton, Massachusetts 

Volume 36 







iC©li8ye Library 
1071 Biu9 Hill Avenu# 
igUon, MA 32186 

Table of Contents 

Introduction 3 

Dedication 4 

Reflections 5 

Faces Of Curry 17 

Athletics 49 

Administration/Faculty 87 

Student Organizations 103 

Future Graduates 129 

Memorable Moments 141 

Class Of 1988 171 

Our Time 189 

Advertisements 207 










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The Rainbow's End .... 



In September 1984, the 
majority of us arrived at Curry 
to begin our four years of 
college. Our orientation theme 
was "Over the Rainbow." Our 
job was to reach the other side 
of the rainbow, to discover our 
goals and dreams so they could 
become reality. 

In titling this yearbook "The 
Rainbow's End," we, the 
members of the yearbook staff, 
were not focusing on the end to 
those four years, or the final 
attainment of our goals and 
dreams, but rather on what is 
at the end of every rainbow — 
the symbolic "pot of gold." 

We see that pot of gold as a 
symbol of all we have 
accomplished while here at 
Curry, as individual students 
and as a class. The pot of gold 
represents the achievement of 
our goals and our dreams; 



graduation and the end to 
four years of hard work and 
a lot of fun. But, at the 
same time, we see the pot of 
gold as a new beginning. As 
we leave Curry behind, we 
bring with us new found 
knowledge and the ability to 
apply it, treasured friends, 
and a myriad of memories, 
all of which will carry us 
through the next phase of 
our lives — leaving home, 
starting a new job, getting 
married, or continuing our 
education. Each beginning is 
made richer by the "pot of 
gold" from which we came. 
For us, and we hope for 
you — the graduates of 1988 
— that the pot of gold will 
represent both an end and a 
beginning, because from 
every pot of gold a rainbow 
ends and a new one begins. 



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Warren Bazirgan 



Kay McCartney 



Communication: the exchange of ideas, thoughts, messages. Without the ability to impart what we 
know; to communicate through words or signals, we become isolated, lost in each of our own separate 
worlds, unable to share in someone else's wisdom. But through communication we share our 
knowledge and learn from each other. 

Two individuals have spent more than twenty years imparting information to the Curry Community 
and its surrounding towns. They have dedicated their time to inform each community of Curry's 
activities. Whether it be an individual student, faculty, or staff member's success or a sporting team's 
winning season or the renovation of the physical plant, Warren Bazirgan and Kay McCartney have 
written about it, communicating it to us through newspapers, press releases and campus newsletters. 

Through Kay's efforts in writing and producing the Curry Comment and Warren's production of 
the Update magazine, the Curry Community — faculty, administrators, students, and alumni — is kept 
abreast of what is happening at Curry. 

And through their press releases and news articles, they teach the surrounding towns about Curry, 
increasing its reputation with each story. 

The service Kay and Warren have provided is invaluable. It is with great pride and thanks that the 
Curry College Yearbook staff and the Class of 1988 dedicate this yearbook, "The Rainbow's End" to 
the public relations team of Kay McCartney and Warren Bazirgan. 



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The Year In Review 




Marine Lt. Col. Oliver L. North, was a 
key official in the plan to finance anti- 
government rebels in Nicaragua with money 
from arms sales to Iran. In testimony before 
the Iran-Contra hearings in Washington, 
North became somewhat of a celebrity. 



Television evangelists Jim and 

Tammy Faye Bakker said farewell to 

the PTL ministry in March. Jim 

Bakker resigned after confessing to a 

sexual encounter with a young 

woman. Tammy Bakker bowed out of 

the broadcasts to undergo treatment 

for drug dependency. 





Democratic presidential 
candidate Gary Hart was 
forced to drop his bid for the 
presidency after it was 
reported that he was 
romantically involved with 
Donna Rice, a 29-year old 
aspiring actress and model 
from Miami. 



The Senate rejected 
President Reagan"s 
nommation of Robert H. 
Bork to the Supreme Court 
by a 58-42 vote, which ended 
a long contentious debate 
over a judge alternately 
portrayed as a brilliant jurist 
and a dangerous extremist. 




An earthquake that measured 6.1 on the Richter scale hit 
Southern California in October. It was not a catastrophic 
quake, but the damage was extensive. 



In an effort to keep the Persian Gulf open to navigation, the 
United States began in July to escort vessels to protect them 
from Iran. In September the U.S. Navy blew up an Iranian 
ship that was caught laying mines in the Gulf. Several mines 
were confiscated. 






The Dow Jones industrial stock average dropped 508 points, the largest in history, on Monday, October 19. 
Some called it a "crash," others called it a "meltdown" and others called it "Black Monday." Whatever it 
was, it stripped $500 billion from the market value of U.S. securities. 




The Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco celebrated its 50th birthday. About 250,000 people jammed onto the bridge 
for an anniversary walk across the span. Another 500,000 packed the bridge entrances but were denied access because the 
engineers feared the span could not support the weight. 




President and Mrs. Reagan 
greeted Pope Paul II when he 
arrived in Miami to begin a 
nine-city tour of the United 
States. 



In the six years since 
Americans first heard of a 
mysterious immunity-robbing 
disease from which no one 
recovers, AIDS has killed 
nearly 25,000 Americans, 
millions of dollars have 
poured into medical research 
and President Reagan has 
proclaimed the plague "Public 
Health Enemy No. 1." 




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"Dare to do what you dream. 

Search your heart to know 

What you most desire; 

Then do it, 

For you can become 

By perseverance 

What you long to be." 



Dr. Samuel Silas Curry 




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FACULTY TO STRIKE'?':' 

Arriving on campus in the Fall of 1987. students were met 
with the threat of a strike. Faculty members still had not signed 
a contract for the upcoming year — in fact they had been 
without one since early summer. 

The faculty protested with picket signs and handed out 
informational flyers on opening day. Their job action, in the 
eyes of many, was justified. Their complaints and demands 
legitimate. 

Curry faculty salaries were the lowest of all salaries at 
comparable colleges in Massachusetts. The faculty were asking 
for a 7.5 percent increase which would put their salary in the 




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median range. 

Tuition at Curry, since 1979, had risen 1 15 percent, but 
faculty salaries had only risen 57.5 percent during the same 
period. Concurrently, there had been an increase in the use of 
part-time faculty, so that in the Spring of 1987. 59 percent of 
the courses were taught by part-time faculty. 

Despite increased enrollment and a tuition increase of 7 
percent for the 87-88 academic year, the administration's offer 
on August .^1, was a 3 percent salary increase. On September 4. 
this was changed to 5 percent, which would still not change the 
faculty's status as poorly paid faculty. 

On September 10, however, the administration reduced its 
offer of a salary increase back to 3 percent. They refused the 
faculty's request of 7.5 percent, claiming that college had no 
money to pay them that amount. 

Students rallied in support of the faculty, even protesting a 
board of trustees meeting with their own picket signs, (see 
following pages and letter from the S.G.A. President) 

Through everything the faculty persevered. Following 
extensive negotiations, the faculty union and the administration 
did meet with an agreement, settling the dispute and ending the 
threat of a strike. 

The faculty received a three year contract and a 5 percent 
raise for now. In the next two years, it was agreed that faculty 
salaries would be increased to a range comparable with other 
small colleges in Massachusetts. 



Speech presented to the Curry College 
Board of Trustees at a special meeting 
on September 17, 1987. 

Curry College, at its best, is one of 
the finest institutions in New England. 
We have the potential, but not the 
leadership. 

The leadership of our College may 
have had a dream, but that dream has 
faded. Fortunately, the students of 
Curry are not afraid to dream. We 
truly believe in the tradition of Dr. 
Samuel Silas Curry who said. "Dare 
to do what you dream. Search your 
heart to know what you most desire 
to do; then do it, for you can become 
by perseverance what you long to be." 

We're here today to assure that our 
dreams become reality. In 1979, the 
students were promised "growth in 
both image and revenue." To date, we 
have seen few of these promises 
realized. For past and present students 
of Curry College, this has proved to 
be of great frustration. Unfortunately, 
if a strike is to become unavoidable, it 
will ultimately be the students' dream 
that we will see sacrificed. 

Last year saw a heightened 
awareness of our pitiful facilities both 
within the Curry Community and 
among the public at large. Curry had 
the dubious distinction of being cited 
by the Boston Globe Magazine as 
being "the bad campus on the good 
site. First prize for major missed 
opportunity goes to Curry College in 
Milton, which placed relentlessly inept 
buildings on a wooded and hilly part 
of Massachusetts." This was echoed 



by the Accreditation Report of the 
past academic year. This is hardly the 
image that was promised to this 
school in 1979. 

This year we returned to face yet 
another crisis that threatens our 
dream. The one constant factor that 
has kept the dream alive, the faculty, 
has been jeopardized. They are being 
forced to choose between their 
commitment to teaching and an 
equitable salary. The students can 
easily empathize with the faculty's 
dilemma as we have been the victims 
of this administration stonewalling 
many times before. 

It is time for sacrifices to be made. 
Should it be the under paid faculty, 
the enduring student body, or is there 
another option? We are convinced 
that there is another option. This 
option involves the use of funds. We 
have proven that the funds have not 
been invested in the facilities. 
Obviously they have not gone to the 
faculty. Where are they? Take my 
advice, it's worth investigating. There 
is something seriously wrong when 
one administrator's expense account 
alone exceeds that of the starting 
salary of a faculty member. Over the 
last nine years, student tuition has 
increased 1 15% yet the students still 
live in shanty-town-like conditions 
while the President has two college 
vehicles at his personal disposal. This 
distribution of funds cannot be 
justified. 

Now is the time for change. A 
change in the facilities, a change in 
faculty working conditions, and most 




importantly, a change in leadership. 

With the proper leadership, this 
institution will be able to reach its full 
potential. By reaching for its potential 
and allowing old dreams to become 
realities, the students will be free to 
dare to dream new dreams. 

Michael F. Flaherty 

President, S.G.A. 




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Students gather outside the Alumni/PubHc Relations building in order to demonstrate theirsupport of the faculty at Curry. 
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THE RAINBOW 
CONNECTION 

By Paul Williams and Kenny Ascher 

Why are there so many songs about rainbows. 
And what's on the other side? 
Rainbows are visions, but only illusions. 
And rainbows have nothing to hide 

So we've been told, and some choose to believe 

it; 
I know they're wrong; wait and see. 
Someday we'll find it, the rainbow connections; 
The lovers, the dreamers, and me. 

Who said that ev'ry wish would be heard and 

answered 
when wished on the morning star? 
Somebody thought of that, and someone 

believed it; 
Look what it's done so far. 

What's so amazing that keeps us star-gazing 
and what do we think we might see? 
Someday we'll find it, the rainbow connection; 
The lovers, the dreamers, and me. 

All of us under it's spell; 

We know that it's probably magic. 

Have you been half asleep and have you heard 

voices? 
I've heard them calling my name. 
Is this the sweet sound that calls the young 

sailors? 
The voice might be one and the same. 

I've heard it too many times to ignore it. 
It's something that I'm s'posed to be. 
Someday we'll find it, the rainbow connection; 
The lovers, the dreamers, and me. 

La-la-la 

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1987 Football Team 



NO. 

1 
3 
5 
6 

7 



Stephen Mildrum 
Tom Maurici 
Jim Fiore 
Douglas Hernon 
Mark Arnold 



POS. 
QB 
DB 
DB 
DB 
WR 




8 Joe Fitzgerald LB 

10 Tim Lennon QB 

14 Bill Shaughnessy QB 

15 David Perrotti DE 

16 Steve Siciliano WR 

17 Nick Verdicchio QB 

19 Kevin O'Connell K 

20 Joe Spruce DB 

21 John lafolla RB 

22 Bob Evangelista DB 

23 David Connerty RB 

24 Chris Baker RB 
26 John Studley WR 
28 Andy Pysz DB 
30 Evan Chernoff OG 

*31 Michael Waithe RB 

*32 Gary Jackson DB 

33 Tim Drummey DB 

34 Mark Enes RB 

36 Ed Foster RB 

37 Bill Ketchen RB 
42 Robert Compagnone RB 

44 Lou Marcucci DB 

45 Eric McGinn TE 

49 Jeff Vacco TE 

50 Richard Valenti DT 

51 Frank Reardon C 

52 Pat Calabro LB 

55 Mark Bernardo DE 

56 Tim Burbank LB 

57 Bill Spruce C 
59 Ted Campbell LB 

61 Jerry Martin OG 

62 Tom Holmes OT 

64 Jeff Ronchetti DT 

65 Ray Schiavo MG 



*66 
68 
70 

71 
72 
73 
75 

78 



Chris House 
Jim Cogliano 
Jeff Hastings 
Al DiBella 
Jim Feeley 
Jim Basler 
Peter Lundy 
Bob Cleary 
Brendan Malloy 
Dave Littlefield 
Steve Harvey 
Tom McCready 
Doug Gonser 
Rich Phipps 

*Captains 



MG 
OG 
LB 
DT 
OT 
OT 
OG 
OT 
DT 
DE 
TE 
OG 
TE 
WR 



Head Coach: John "Duffy" Doherty 
Assistants: Gerry Varnum, George Put- 
nam, Peter Chella, Gerry Morelli, John 
Baker 

Trainer: Phil Genatossio 
Manager: Tim Conway 
Year-end results: Wins- 7 Losses- 1 



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1987 Men's Soccer Team 




NO. NAME 

1 Eric Coldwell 

2 Steve Grudzieski 

3 Jon Levine 

4 R.J. Haxton 

5 Carlos Arroyo 

6 Carl Garcia 

7 Mark Summer 
9 Mike Desmond 

10 Ira Hockburg 

1 1 Mike Coyle 

14 Rich Rohman 

15 Rob Lynch 

16 Dave Dinnerstein 

17 Scott Chevalier 

19 Mike LeBrun 

20 Rob O'Sullivan 

21 Mike Driscoll 

22 Matt Bernstein 
24 Sean Gury 

26 Pete Behrhorst 

27 Bernie Braun 
Geno Cenci 
Douglas Barressi 

Head Coach: Adam R. Gervis 
Asst. Coach: Dan Egan 
Year-end Results: Wins- 7 Losses- 1 : 
Tie- 1 




1987 Women's Soccer Team 



NO. NAME 




2 


Cecilia Bombardier 


3 


Betsi Bell 


4 


Karen Kinsella 


5 


Susan Fraser 


7 


Cynthia Kelley 


8 


Kimberly Brown 


9 


Eileen Thompson 


11 


Patricia Zollner 


12 


Jodi Cohen 


13 


Kelly Thomas 


14 


Shelley Pesta 


15 


Deborah Grignaffini 


16 


Susan Barriere 


17 


Rachel Kinsella 


18 


Deborah Pearl 


20 


Eileen Ward 


22 


Kimberly Savage 


23 


Christine Whelan 


24 


Diane Monkiewicz 


25 


Mai Plath 


26 


Susan Watson 


27 


Tracey Parker 


30 


Emmajean Brunning 




Tracey Kelly 




Dulcey Worth 



Head Coach: Douglas Williamson 
Assistant Coach: G.T. Wright 
Year-end Results: Wins- 14 Losses- 4 
Best Ever Record 




1988 Men's Tennis Team 



NAME 
Andy Agnew 
Richard Allen 
Jac Berman 
Mathew Carmen 
Frank Ciaramitaro 
John Grain 
Robert Denney 
Ronald Haxton 
Scott Samson 
Daniel Slezynger 

Year-end Results: Wins- 8 Losses- 2 






1987 Women's 
Tennis 




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1987-1988 Men's Basketball Team 




NO. NAME 

10 Nicholas Stricklin 

15 Richard Phipps 

20 Kevin O'Connell 

21 Chris Dawley 
*22 Tom Tivnan 

*24 Michael Flaherty 

25 Steve Sicilianp 

30 John Henry 

32 Mark Dalton 

*33 Steve Mastrogiacomo 

41 Joesph Hall 

44 Brian Moran 

34 Robert Smith 

*Tri-Captains 

Head Coach: Brian Buckley 
Asst. Coach: John Osgood 
Manager: Rich Gustus 
Scorekeeper: Brett Buckley 
Year-end Results: Wins- 5 Losses- 21 




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Women's Basketball Team 

1987-1988 



NO. NAME 

14 Nancy Monroe 

15 Daniell Abrams 

20 Cecilia Bombardier 

21 Eileen Thompson 

22 Jana Damiani 



23 Michelle Boonstra 

30 Betsi Bell 

31 Dee Dee Grignaffini 

32 Lisa Sebastyn 

33 Kristin Gliga 

34 Tracy Heneghan 



Head Coach: Richard T. Kelly ^ 
Asst. Coach: Catherine McCabe 
Year-end Results: Wins- 21 Losses- 6 
Best Ever Record 




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CHAMPIONS 

1986 -'87 








Hockey 


Team 






1987-1988 




NO. 


NAME 




22 


Jared Healey 


1 


Eric Coldwell 




23 


Mike Nugnes 


2 


Greg Spagnoletti 




29 


Kyle Ofgant 


3 


John Langone 




30 


David Griffin 


4 


* Bill Sheehan 






Bob Barry 


5 


Mike LeBrun 






Linsay Cameron 


6 


Frank Armstrong 






Charles Capone 


7 


Mike Elrick 






Lou Ciaburro 


8 


Craig Kingston 






Andre Clarkin 


9 


Jamie Evans 






Brian Valente 


10 


Kevin Joyce 






Mike Cotter 


11 


Glen Dempsey 






Jim Crawford 


12 


Paul Wonoski 






Mike Desmond 


14 


Kevin Mclnerny 






David Hylinski 


15 


Kevin Duff 






Bill Irwin 


16 


Ralph Deleo 






Shawn Ryan 


17 


+ Fred Whouley 






Chris Spagnoletti 


18 


John Studley 






Brian Sullivan 


19 


Chris Conney 






Brian Valentive 


20 


+ Graham Rider 






Fred Wolner 


21 


Scott Carey 
* Captain 
+ Asst. Captain 









Head Coach: Kevin Duggan 
Asst. Coaches: Dan Dwan, Rich Linehan, Mark Linehan 

Manager: Brian Gosselin 

Trainer: Phil Genatossio, Head' Paul Loughran, Assistant 

Year-end Results: Wins- 26 Losses- 3 

Best Record Ever 




Baseball Team 
1988 



NO. 


NAME 


POS. 


NO. 


NAME 


POS. 


1 


Tim Lennon 


2B, OF 


16 


Peter Barry 


2B,3B,OF 


3 


Arthor Esposito 


2B, SS 


17 


Randi Graci 


P 


5 


Michael Gibb 


2B,3B,C 


18 


Joe Sullivan 


P 


7 


Mark Arnold 


OF 


19 


Kevin O'Connell 


OF, P 


8 


Mike Kleinstub 


P, 2B 


20 


Mark Dalton 


P, OF 


9 


Stephen Bernier 


3B, P 


21 


Lou Marcucci 


2B 


10 


Tom McCready 


C, IF 


22 


Chris House 


IB 


11 


Ray Schiavo 


IB 


23 


David Connerty 


SS, 2B 


12 


Andy Pysz 


C, OF 


24 


Chris Baker 


P,C, OF 


13 


Ken George 


lB,3B,OF 


25 


Bill Shaughnessy 


P, IF 


14 


Shawn Ryan 


P 




Frank Sarro 




15 


John Riley 


IB, P 









Head Coach: Jack Vallely 
Asst. Coach: Brian Vallely 
Year-end Results: Wins- 8 Losses- 8 




Softball Team 
1988 




NO. 


NAME 


POS. 


5 


•Kelly Thomas 


IB 


9 


Eileen Thompson 


OF 


18 


Sue Reynolds 


OF 


15 


Rhonda Shippee 


ss 


14 


Nancy Monroe 


c 


8 


Mikhael Bonett 


IF 


19 


Patrice Henaghan 


IF 


7 


Kim McNulty 


OF 


3 


Joanee Shea 


P 


17 


Rachel Kinsella 


IF 


6 


Sue Barriere 


OF 


11 


Elizabeth Morgan 


IB 


2 


Mary Beth Butler 




4 


Michele Powers 
*Captain 


OF 



Head Coach: Bob Ferri 
Asst. Coach: Pam Johnston 
Year-end Results: Wins- 10 Losses- 7 






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Lacrosse Team 
1988 




NO. 

2 

3 

4 

5 

8 

9 

10 
11 
15 
17 
19 
20 
22 
24 
26 
27 
31 
33 
34 
35 



NAME 
Peter Behrhorst 
Greg Friedlander 
Evan Chernoff 
George Nowell 
William Johns 
Andrew Krall 
Scott McGuirl 
Timothy Drummey 
Richard Rohman 
Mike Driscoll 

*Chris Decker 
James Crawford 
Mike Farraher 
Jason Moore 
Peter Fry 
James Alvord 
Matthew Skidell 

*Stoddy Oliver 
Mark McDermid 
Kevin Driscoll 

*Co-Captains 



Head Coach: Ned Olmsted 

Asst. Coach; Victor Kazanjian 

Manager: Bob O'Brien 

Year-end Results; Wins- 5 Losses- 7 



POS. 

Mid. 

Att. 
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Mid. 
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William Boyle 

President 
Curry College 



Marshall Keys 

Dean 
Curry College 





working hard to meet the community's needs. 



Thank you 

for the vital services 

you provide the students of Curry!! 



Nicholas CoUantuno 




Helen Punchard 



Rita Myers 



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Mary Sullivan 
Director, Academic Advising 





Peter Hainer 
Director, Field Experience 




Pat O'Connel, Career Planning 



Dr. Tom Byrnes, Counseling 
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Charlie Haeussler, Manager, Curry College Bookstore 




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John Body, Director of Residence Life 





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Norma Morgan, Management 



Bea Guilmette, Physical Education 



Thomas Stephens, Athletic Director 




Joe Arsenault, Prof. Program for the Advancement of Learning 





Paul DiBara, Director Computer Center, Academics 




John Hovorka, Science 



John Tramondozzi, Science 



James Kaufman, Science 




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Jerold Touger, Science 



Eleanor Wilder, Science 




Charles Towie, Science 




Bill Leonard, Management Russell Pregeant, Religion & Philosophy 



Allan Hunter, English 




Alan Anderson, Religion & Philosophy 



Marlene Lundvall, Fine Arts 



Marvin Mandell, English 






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WMLN-FM 91.5 
Curry College Radio 



BILL DUNLEAVY - Station Manager 

JIM GIBBONS - Program Director 

ROSS KILGOUR - Operations Director 

ERIC COLDWELL - Assistant 

NANCY BARRE - Research & Development Dir. 

JOE MAZZEI - Assistant 

JOANNE BERCHUCK - Production Director 

JIM ROGERS - Assistant 

ED MORAN - Public Affairs Director 

DIANE PAPAS - Assistant 



CATHY ISAAC - Promotion Director 

JULIANA GONZALEZ - Assistant 

MAUREEN CASEY - News Director 

JIM CRONIN - Assistant 

PAUL PAGNUCCO - Music Director 

JOE RAPOSA - Sports Director 

JOE SULLIVAN - Assistant 

PAUL MANGANELLI - Training Coordinator 

GAYLE McMillan - Public Service Coordinatoi 

PROF. ALAN H. FRANK - Director of Radio 





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could attend the national convention in New York City. 




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Revival 



Urban Undertones 



Moods 

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91.5 



News Views/Sports Forum 





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PennK No. 388 



Volume Eighteen, Issue 5 November 24^l_98j_ 

Commentaries Myooor 

Is Open 



SGA * Student Vote 
Of No Confidence 



President Boyle 

Teachers' Discontentment Responds 



Michael Flaherty: 

Is He Man Or Legend? 



"Achieving 
Excellence" 



The Little Duckling 



Intensity 



Women's Soccer 

Out Hustles Plymouth 



Curry Skaters 
"Lace 'Em Up 



Ken's Korner 



Campus Shuttle: A Better Semester? 



Here's My Opinion 



Doctor Love 



The 
Roving 
Reporter 
Asks?!? 



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Editor 

DeeDee Grignaffmi 




Falculty Advisor 

Sue Benjamin 


Managing-Editor 

Chase Mayo 




Staff 

Kim Rasmus 

Heather Gibbons 

Suzie Faureau 


Sports Editor 

Ken George 

Entertainment Editor 

Mary Jo Vigneau 

Advertising/Circulation 

Doug Long 




Julie Bump 

Sharon Kazarian 

John Rosenquist 

Dawn Vasquez 

Rob Denney 

David Norris 

David McKenzie 

Andra Bianchi 

Dalin Apple 

Naomi Pasternak 


Photographer 

Ken Corson 








Executive Board 

Michael Flaherty 

President 
Pam Poynton 

Vice-President/Fall sem. 
Ross Kilgour 

Vice- President/Spring sem. 
Olga Garriga 

Recording Secretary 
James O'Rourice 

Treasurer 



Student Government Association 
1987 - 1988 



Senior Class 

Sanford Levitt 

President 
Herb Kunins 

Vice-President 
Susan Wittlin 

Treasurer 
Colleen McCane 

Secretary 

Representatives: 
Rhona Sutton 
Ted Nieves 
John Vassallo 
Brenda Adams 
Commuter Representative: 
George Williams 





Junior Class 

Dayna DeNardis 

President 
Annemarie D'Inverno 

Vice-President 
Maureen Casey 

Treasurer 
Susan McDonald 

Secretary 

Representatives: 
Jane Chisholm 
Karen Lewis 
Cathy Isaac 
Ed Downes 




Sophomore Class 

Chace Mayo 

President 
Terry Bonneau 

Vice-President 
Matt Skidell 

Treasurer 
Michelle Gibson 

Secretary 

Representatives: 
Grace Kyle 
Anne Walbridge 
Merredith Flicker 
Cindy Lennon 



Freshmen Class 

Neil Kalnitz 

President 
Mike Kleinstub 

Vice-President 
Kevin Nelson 

Treasurer 
Robin Michaels 

Secretary 

Representatives; 
Kirsten Anderson 
Scott Samson 
David Butterman 
Elyse Caputo 




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Curry College Theatre Group 

1987 - 1988 




Flora and Jake 



"27 
Wagons 

Full 

Of 
Cotton'' 









CAST: 

Flora - D.L. Garren 

Jake - Jim Cronin 

Silva Vaccaro - Chace Mayo 





All Evening Of 

TENNESSEE WILLIAMS 

NOVEMBER 21-22-23 

S'OO p.m. 

The Little Theatre 

Tickets $3.00 

Students $2.00 



Suddenly 

Last 
Summer" 





Dr. Cucrowitz - Gordon Healy 

Mrs. Foxhill - Maureen Savage 

Catherine Holly - Marie Loftus 

Mrs. Holly - Holly Dinsmore 

George Holly - John Seviegny 

Sister Felicity - Cara Gizarelli 

Mrs. Venable - Courtney Chouinard 



Director - Tom Glauner 
Assistant Student Director - Matt Nisenoff 




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CAST: 

Duchess - Christina Adams 

Jim G-Man - DaHn Appel 

Rheba - Moira Casey 

Gay Wellington - Courtney Chouinard 

Kolenkov - Jim Cronin 

Donald - Corey Davis 

Penny - Holly Dinsmore 

Grandpa - Bob Person 

Tony - Tom Gebbia 

Essie - Cara Gizzarelli 

Mac G-Man - Jim Loesch 

Ed - Jerome Loftus 

Depinna - Doug Long 

Mrs. Kirby - Lisa Maturo 

Henderson - Chace Mayo 

Alice - Robin Michael 

Mr. Kirby - Matt Nisenoff 

Paul - Jon Sevigny 

Head G-Man - Scott St. Clair 




Music & Dance Production 




The 

Curry College 

Comedy Nights! 



Richard Jeni 





THE PROGRAMMING BOARD 

The 1987-1988 year was Curry's best 
year yet for events. The programming 
board worked hard to develop creative, 
enjoyable events — such as the comedy 
nights — and to book talented 
performers. 

Members of the board were: 

Joanne Berchuck 

Debbie Dolan 

Bill Dunleavy 

Jim Gibbons 

Andy Giller 

Robert Grey 

Cathy Isaac 

Cindy Lennon 

Chace Mayo 

Tim Puttre 
Advisors: 

Penny Perka 

Cheryl Deutsch 




Sammy Rosenberg and Gordon Healy 





Richard Gustis 



Award Winners 

19th Annual Awards Night 
May 10, 1988 



Academic Awards 

Broadcasting Awards Nancy Barre 

Ross Kilgour 

Bill Dunleavy 

Communication Awards , Lisa Ann Galante 

, Courtney Beth Chouinard 

Jennifer Battikha 

Theatre Award Holly Dinsmore 

English Award John Rosenquist 

English Honor Society Karen Maglio 

Diane Nichols 

Julie Bump 

John Rosenquist 

Kim Rasmus 

Arts Journal Awards 

Short Story: First Place Catherine Hartzel 

Second Place Eileen Hughes 

Honorable Mention Michelle Stamm 

Honorable Mention Amy Grant 

Honorable Mention Sharyn Kazarian 

Poetry: First Place L. Adams 

Second Place M.E.S.S. 

Honorable Mention David G., Vorhaus 

Honorable Mention John LaFleur 

Honorable Mention Bruce D. Sogoloff 

Essay: First Place Lisa Maturo 

Second Place Cynthia M. Lennon 

Honorable Mention Eileen Thompson 

Artwork: First Place Sarah Snow 

Second Place Tom Gollner 

Honorable Mention Geoff Goz 

Education Award 

Education Award Faculty: Shared by Robin Pulit 

Faculty: Shared by Alexandra Perry 

Community Service Alexandra Perry 

Politics and History Award Peter Romersa 

Field Experience Achievement Award Laurie Sullivan 

Vivian C. Jewett Scholarship Colleen Murphy 

Fine Arts Award Tom Gollner 

Business Management Award Cynthia Sweeney 

Nursing Awards Laurie Cosgrove 

Evelyn Panella R.N. 

Psychology Award Lori Goldman 



Scholarship Awards 

Class of '85 Cathy Isaac 

Alumni Association Scholarship Olga Garriga 

Richard "Chace" Mayo 

Jennifer A. Phillips Memorial Terrance Barrett 

Susan Reynolds 

Helaine Dermer 

Drapkin Scholarship Doug Long 

Cynthia Lennon 

Robert C. Smith Memorial Kim Brown 

Publicover Family Bill Dunleavy 

Gladys Martinez Scholarship Cathy Isaac 

Edward Hastings Scholarship Hall Williams 

Radley Scholarship Dayna DeNardis 

Sandler Scholarship Denise Pelrine 

Rose Scholarship Bradley Zacker 

Essential Skills Center Awards: 

Model of Excellence Award John Vassallo 

Frank Armstron 

Linwood McDaniel 

Susan Wittlin 

College Community Service Awards 

Administrative Achievement Award Warren Bazirgan 

Faculty Achievement Award Paul DiBara 

Office Employee Award Kay McCartney 

Gertrude Besdansky 

Outstanding Male Athlete Fred Whouley 

Outstanding Female Athlete Cecilia Bombardier 

Barbara Pettingill Award John Body 

Outstanding Resident Assistant Andy Emerson 

Outstanding Commuter Jim Gibbons 

Outstanding Achievement in Campus 

Programming Chace Mayo 

Student Leadership Award Bill Dunleavy 

Yearbook "88 Dedication Warren Bazirgan/Kay McCartney 

Class of '88 Recognition Award Penny Perka 

Betsy Bowman 

Cheryl Deutsch 

Lois Wallace 

Person of the Year Cheryl Deutsch/Ron Warners 



Who's Who Among Students In American Colleges And Universities 



Nancy Barre 
Jennifer Battikha 
Odney Charles 
Kenneth George 
Vicky Henriques 



Ross Kilgour 
Karen Kinsella 
Shelley Pesta 
Sammy Rosenberg 
Cindy Sweeney 



John Vassallo 
Susan Wittlin 
Sanford Levitt 
Michael Flaherty 



Class of '89 
Dayna DeNardis 
William Dunleavy 
Cathy Isaac 
Olga Garriga 




Kirsten Anderson 




Jamie Capsolas 




Amy Grant 



Greg Blair 



Claudia Borden 



Note: The students shown here do not represent the entire Class of 1991. but 
rather just those who chose to have their pictures taken for the yearbook in this 

under-classmen section. 




Kimberly Buttlar 



Class a 

Of ^ 

1991 



Joe Giaimo 




Anne Guterman 




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Geoff Johnson 



Holly Jones 



Sheryl Keating 



George Krusen 





Larisa MacDonald Gayle McMillan 



Elizabeth Morgan Robert Munro 






Elaine O'Keefe 



Naomi Pasternak 



David Perrotti 



Bridget Riley 







Mark Rllcy 



Scott Samson 



Regma Sheridan 



Michelc Stamni 



Knstina Sweet 





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Erank Viator 



Shira Wciiiberi; 



Christine Whelan 



Class 



1990 



Note: The students shown here do not represent the entire Class Of 1990, but rather just those who chose to have their 

pictures taken for the yearbook in this under-classmen section. 




Jeffrey Bassett 



Christine Doyle 



Ken Fanning 



Sharyn Kazarian 







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Susan Barriere 




Amy Belchinsky 




Janice M. Kenney 




Carolyn Koschnick 



Patricia Leary 



Beth Leibow 



Cynthia Lennon 



Julie McCann 




Lisa Misuriello 






Michele Powers 



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Dan Underhill 





Shari Alazraki 



David Blumberg 




Leigh Chisholm 




Dayna DeNardis 



Chris Dondero 





Bill Dunleavy 



Olga Garriga 



Cathy Isaac 



Of 



1989 





Note: The students shown here do not represent the entire Class of 1989, but rather just those who chose to have 

their pictures taken for the yearbook in this under-classmen section. 



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Brenda J. Adams 

Nursing 

"I want to keep beneath peaceful 

skies w/a wide open country in my 

head" Great times w/GREAT 

FRIENDS! Thanks! 



Kenneth Baker 



Nancy A. Barre 

Comm unica tion/Managemen t 



Jennifer M. Battikha 

Communication/Management 

"... skyward in exaltation" Thanks 

family & friends, I love you! 






Dina Becchina 

Comm unica tion/English - 
Psychology 

We are a collection of fragmentary 

thoughts and impulses held together 

by habits. 



Donna M. Bennett 

Nursing 



Joanne Berchuck 

Comm unica tions 

Nobody is a failure who is enjoying 

life. Thanks Lin & Len, WMLN 

people, E & T for the pics. PEACE. 



Cecilia Rose Bombardier 

Business Management/Visual 

Arts 

"No one is a failure who has friends" 

Clarence Thanks-Schizo JCD, Mom 

& Bombo's, MHB,DW,JK,TC,AL, 

BB,CC,TT,KT,DD,MW.BD.SD 

NCAA.State Champs! 





Gerald R. Bosak, Jr. 

Iberian & Latin American 

Politics & Culture 

CONFIDENCE— The art of 

knowing how good you are and how 

good you can be while disregarding 

everybody else's opinion .... KAL 



Teresa Buccella 

Nursing 



Timothy Burbank 

Management 



Marcia Burke 

Nursing 






Charles L. Capone 

Management/English 

Thanks Mom, Dad, Grandma R. and 

Grandma C. CAP' I", Truck Talk, 

TASTE BUDS Roommates: Bobcat 

& Chorise 



Paul V. Cappella 

Management 



Anne Marie Caron 

Psychology 

Everyone says "We've made it" but 

I've only just begun. To family and 

friends who have been behind me 

every step of the way-1 love you 



Courtney Beth Chouinard 

Comm unica tions 

Schlammahs ... Dominick ... The 

Milton Hilton ... The BOOK says it 

all ... Goodbye little room!!! 





Laurie J. Cosgrove 

Nursing/Psychology 

Valdedictorian 

Crusty G-town Hens "Everybody's 

got their own good reason why their 

favorite season is their favorite 

season" Thanks Mom & Dad. 



Michael Coyle 

Managemen t/Computer 
Science 



Cynthia A. Currie 

IIM/Advertising-Marketing 



Jana C. Damiani 

Nursing 

"How do you keep the music 

playing?" -L.B. Thanks-"C"! Potato 

Pack. AL,SW,BA,DL- We did it! 

State Champs '88! Nuzzo! Love- 

M&D! 




Elizabeth Davies 

Communication/Psychology 



Donald DeGloria, Jr. 



Michael F. EIrick 

Management 

Thanks for everything — Mom, Dad, 

Linda and Ricky 3 Favorite things — 

AMF Taste Buds 



Andrew L. Emerson 

Comm unica tion 

"Curry College — the most fun I've 

had with my pants on!"-Silas Curry 

The one man staff Thanks Mom & 

Dad. So where do we go from here? 



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Peter Welch Esposito 

Communica tion/Managemen t 

These past four years have been the 

start of something special. To my 

family, friends, and faculty, I say 

thank you. Move on, but don't 

forget! 



James P. Evans 

Comm unica tion 

Memories will never die. "Dr. K" 

Classes, Black Line, ECAC record 

and best offensive player F.W. Thanks 

for support Mom & Dad and Candy. 



Susan Rose Fallon 

Comm unica tion/Psychology 
Thanks Mom & Dad! 



David Ferreira 

Comm unica tion 






Michael Flaherty 



Jose M. Forastieri 

Management 



Denise D. Forgeron 

Education/Psychology 



Leslie Fossett 

Psychology 

Much thanks Mom and Dad; 

roommates CR, MR, JJ and 

especially J.V. 






Douglas Frank 

Management/Finance 



Susan Eraser 

Biology/Chemistry 



Peter C. Fry 

P&H-Intemational/MGT- 

Economics 

Thank you Mom & Dad for your 

help and support and J.Arsenault, 

J.Hill, B.Russo, N.Morgan. Luck to 

Lax-team (CD,SMO,KD) and Class 

of 88; LoYaRC. 



Lisa Galante 

Comm unica tion 




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Kenneth M. George 

Comm unica tion 



Beverly B. Giordano 

Management 



Lori R. Goldman 

Psychology/Sociology 

To all who made these 4 years at 

Curry possible: Thanks for the best 

memories a person can hold. Mom & 

Dads- We did it! God I miss Jack! 



Robert Goldsmith 

Management & 
Comm unica tion 






Thomas Gollner 

Fine Arts 

I would like to say, I love Mom and 

Dad, and thank you all. Also, for 

everyone to remember "It just is." 



Juliana M. Gonzales 

Comm unica tion/English 

All my love and thanks to Mom and 

Dad; you made a dream come true! 



Geoffrey Charles Goz 

Fine Arts/Politics & History 

Good luck to: FV,RL,KM,BL,SS,CP, 

KM,AMC,BM,CP,SM,MB,WB,KC. 

SM, Ella, GF, PM,DP. Class of 88 

success Nice tie Lynch, and where the 

*# @? are my keys?! 



Robert S. Gray 

Management/Psychology 

Thanks to all my friends for the good 

times. Mayflower freshman year. 

Thanks Mom and Dad for your 

support. 




Kevin Hanifen 



Kelly M. Hanlon 

Nursing 

To have one true friend is more than 

your share and I definitely had more 

than my share! Thanks Mom, Dad, 

Bill, Joe, Anne and Eric. 



Mary Anne B. Hansen 

Nursing 



Daniel J. Hayes 

Management 




Victoria Marie Henriques 

Business/Computer 5c/.- 

Comm unica tion 

Special thanks to Mom and Dad: The 

backbone of my success. I love you!! 

Good Luck everyone! We've made it 

at last. 



Caroline Hepting 

Elementary 

Educa tion/Preschool 

Thanks Mom, Dad, Grandma, 

Dome, Bee, Cathy, Rob H, Rob M, 

Bru & Loii. I could never have made 

it without your help & support. 



Robyn Michele Hiller 

Psychology/Business 
I had the time of my life CM LG SR 
DP IJ RS EK SF VH JM. Mom Dad 

Amy — I did it, thanks. Marc-we"ve 
only just begun. I love you. 



Michael E. Holm 

Business Management- 
Corn m unica tion/English 
Love to my family. "We must move 
in a gregarious, zealous, nit-pick, 
amorous manner, for we live in the 
world of the yggdrasil." YAW 




Christopher Brian House 

Managerial 

Communication/Politics & 

History 

HOUSIE # 66 



Susan E. Judge 

Nursing/Psychology 

"Live every day as il it were your 

last." "I made it." Love Ya C & T, 

Fried Clams & Corona, "DO IT" 

"Gilligans Island" D,C,K,K,L,S,J 



Andrew C. Karp 

Communication/Fine Arts 

Beware of organized pressure groups. 

The First Amendment will prevail. 

Barfo-swill: see ya at the movies. 

Tour 88. Broadway the hardway. 



Susan A. Keddy 

Managemen t/Pshchology 

Shower the people you love with love 
... Thanks Ma, this is for you!!! 






Ross W. Kilgour 

Comm unica tion/Management 

"I don't ask for much, I only want 

trust and you know it don't come 

easy." 



Ben W. Klingenstein 

Management 



Karen Lee Kinsella 

Managemen t/Psychology 

4 yrs. varsity soccer & "Oh! Fish 

Face." Good times with Nan, Liz & 

Allan. The Best of Boston Jen. 

Thanks Mom, Dad, family and 

Nathan. 



Claire V. Knapp 

Management 




Jill Koldny Elyse Kule 

Fine Arts/Management 

Curry: thanks for the memories and 

fun times. Mom and Dad: thanks 

goes without saying. 



Herbert Kunins 

Management 

Rest in Peace Dad- Love Mom. 

Thanks Launey David ILU HJ/G.I.C. 

Inc. "Free at last! Free at last! Thank 

God Almighty, we are free at last!" 

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. 



Jeffrey R. Lachin 

Management - 
Communication 




Denise Laghetto 

Nursing 



Amy F. Langille 

Nursing/Psychology 

"Change and face the day ..." We 

made it JD, SW, KM, DL; Felony; 

Patience Cindy and "C"; Thanks M 

& D, and bros, love ya. 



Jennifer Leigh Leonard 

Sociology 

"For those who love, time is eternity. 

Hours fly., flowers die, new days, new 

ways, pass by. Love stays." 



Jon Levine 

Management 




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Sanford Levitt 

Management/Politics & 

History 

"Love is the only force capable of 

transforming an enemy into a friend." 

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. 



Chris Lewis 

Management 



Collier Lincoln 

Nursing 



Robert R. Lynch, II 

Managerial Communication 

Nice moustache Geoff. Empty every 

glass that's full and fill every empty 

glass. Thanks everyone. Have fun 

with the time you have left. 




Karen A. Maglio 

Communication/Management 

"On and on I go. the seconds lick the 

time out. There's so much left to 

know, and I'm on the road to find 

out." 

Cat Stevens 



Athena Maloof 

Graphic Design-Management 

"It is time that I have wasted on my 

rose that makes it so important." 

I LOVE YOU! 



Paul C. Manganelli 

Comm unica tion/Management 



Robert A. Manocchia, Jr. 

Comm unica t ion/Ma nagemen i 

Mom and Dad you're the BEST! I 

love you both dearly!! Lacrosse, 

Student Government, Radio 

Broadcaster, Pub Staff ... I did it all! 




Gerard J. Martin 

Management - 
Comm unica tion 



Kimberly A. Mazzarella 

Business 
Mgt./Comm unica tion 

I couldn't have done it wo you Mom & 

Da* I love you (D.J.D.J&j loo) Thanks 

A.N.C-.D.IVI.S.S.T. for being you! I'll miss 

you! 



Colleen Marie McCane 

Psychology-Education/Social 
Studies 

Mom. thank you for your love and support 

throughout the past four years. I love you 

very much. Take care Tim, Rob, Di, 

D.P.R.S.V.H,S.F. & E.K I love you all! 



Diane McGregor 

Psychology/Biology 




Kevin P. McGuill 

Management 



Mary McLaughlin 

Nursing 



Maryellen R. Nally 

Elementary Education/Fine 
Arts 

We made it DAD! Tx 4 working so hard. 

Luv U M,K,P,S. Gfs w/CN. CM ms a.m. 

llks Tx Gin K,C,J,L,J,K.E, ur the BEST! 

D&D Erie 87 Ms U Baldy! 



Karen Nerger 




Cynthia Nettles 

Educa tion/Psy. -English 

The art of teaching is to awaken the 

natural curiosity of young minds. 

Happiness and success are nothing 

without someone to share it. 



Higinio Nieves 



Diane Julia Nikles 

English - Psychology 

"There are many people that we meet 

in our lives, but only a very few will 

make a lasting impression." Miss U 

AMD & CM. Thanks for the $ M & 

D — ILY. 



Christine M. Norton 

Elementary 

Education/Preschool 

Thank you Mom and Dad, I couldn't 

have done it without your support, I 

love you! Good luck Education 

majors. I love you Rui! 





Nancy G. Patnaude 

Comm unica tion 



Deborah A. Paulhus 

Comm unica tion 

Believe in the magic of your 
DREAMS!! 



Deborah E. Pearl 

Psychology/Sociology 

Mom and Dad, thank you for your 

support. I made it! To my friends, it's 

been a great four years! God I miss 

Jack! 



Alexandra J. Perry 

Educa tion-M. S. N. /Psychology 

Salutatorian 

Thank you Christopher — I wouldn't 

have tried so hard if you had"'t made 

me believe that I could do it. 




Shelley Pesta Candace A. Poll 

Communication/Dance 

"It was the best of times; It was the 

worst of times" ... Charles Dickens. 

Thanks Mom and Dad, I finally 

made it! Love and thanks to all who 

made it special. 



Robin-Anne Pulit 

Education 



Susan J. Quinn 

Nursing 

Thanks Mom and Dad, 

Steve, Sean and Anne — I couldn't 

have made it without you! "Curry 

College — Where's that?" 





Joseph A. Raposa 

Comm unica tion/English 

Thank you Mom, Dad, Janet and 
Cindy. I love you all very much. 



Theresa Rice Graham C. Rider 

Management 

Thank you for everything Mom, Dad, 

Jen. Roommates: Burbs & Hello-us 

« 14 Taste Buds 



John P. Riley, Jr. 

English 

It is never too late to become 

involved. Thanks to all for this 

experience. Good-bye and good luck. 

SWEDE Riles 




Maura E. Ring 

Management 



James P. Rogers 

Communica tion/English 

Life is short, there's not much time. 

When I find my dream, the world will 

be mine. See ya at the Centrum. 

Undercover & Extreme 6/29/87 



Leta Mable Rolston 

Management 

Seeking with memories grown dim 

o"er night. Some resting flower of 

yesterday's delight. Thank you Mom, 

Dad, and Gramp for making these 

four years possible. 



Peter J. Romersa 

Politics & History 

If all hope is gone, nothing goes your 

way. A positive attitude will lift your 

spirits to enable you to achieve any 

goal you set. 




Regina E. Rose 

Management 



John A. Rosenquist 

English 



Monique M. Sanson 

Nursing 



Susan J. Schapira 

Management/Fine Arts 

I have grown, learned and built a 

strong base, now I am anxious for the 

future. 




Jennifer A. Schmidt 

Communication 

Thank you Mom & Lisah for all your 

support & Love. To JN: Always 

remember "Cars, Trucks. Trails. & 

Curry."" 



Bettina D. Schroeder 

Psychology/Sociology 

Thanks Mom & Dad for the 

opportunity. Thanks to SW.CK.LD, 

and MM for making these years 

special. Here"s to the future!! 



Wendy G. Seigel 

Sociology 



Lori R. Silverman 

Communication 




Michelle Alese Silvestro 

Management/Psychology 

Thanks Mom & Dad. Nicki. Dawn. 

Love ya Doug. Su. Laurie and Di! 

Commuter lounge. Feb. 14. Love 

Forever!! 



Cynthia Marie Sinnott 

Management/Psychology 
DM A.L D.L KM L.R CM See 

you in the land of good and plenty. 

Broker Bananama. Freds Keywest 

Alcapolca. Thanks M&D ILU 

Boobala 



Staci K. Smith 

Management/Computer 
Science 



Maryellen Spillane 

Nursing 

Thanks Mom and Dad. I love you. 

Keep up the good work little brother. 

Friends forever: KH. SS — We finally 

made it!! 





William D. Spruce 

Politics & History 



Laurie Ann Sullivan 

Comm unica tion/Enslish 

"Two roads in a wood divergea & I- 

I took the one less traveled by. and 

that has made all the difference."" 

R.Frost I love you Mom & Dad. 

JSH! 



Mary-Beth Sullivan 



Rhona I. Sutton 

Psychology/Managemen t 

Thanks to everyone that made my 4 

years very special. I love you all! 

Mom & Dad I made it! Thanks for 

all the support! God I miss Jack! 




Cynthia Sweeney 

Ma nagemen t- Comm unica tion 

Tks for all the memories Matt, Albert 

& Su! Curry Pride! I love you Mom, 

Dad, Cheryl & Carolyn — Thanks 

for all your support — You"re the 

best! 



Jennifer Margaret Sweeney 

Comm unica tion 
"I got a job!" 



Stacey Sylvester 

Nursing 

You may forget faces or names but 

you will never forget the memories 

those people gave you. Thanks Mom, 

Dad and Todd. 



Carol Tangney 

Nursing/Psychology 




Dawn M. Tocci 

Comm unica tion/Psychology 

I have added four years of knowledge 

and meaning to the person I will 

someday be. Thanks to everyone who 

saw me through. ILYA. 



Marcia A. Totemeier 

Nursing 



John Charles Vassallo 

Biology/Religion 

Many thanks to my parents, teachers 

and advisors. All the best to L.B.F. 

Good luck to Curry Rugby. The 

Boot! Same as it ever was. 



Mary Jo Vigneau 

Comm unica tion 




David G. Vorhaus 

Communica tion/Englisti 



Harris Weinberger 

Psychology /Management 



Frederick Whouley 

Management 

Thank you Curry for helping me to 

open up more. MEMORIES: Hockey 

team, J.E., friends. 



George F. Williams 

Politics & History 





Susan Carol Wittlin 

Nursing 

i don't need a reason to be happy. I 

don't have to consult the future to 

know how happy I feel now."" HP 4 

yrs filled with FUN. Thanks all! 



Patricia L. Zollner 

Sports Management 

Thank you Mom & Dad. Thanks for 

all the great times and the movie one 

liners KK. KB, & MB. KB & MB 

cheers to the case of Michelob Light. 



C&iU of 

1988 . . 

We. did (d 



^e*doiv Dimctbiuj 



Adams, Brenda J. 
RRI, Box 348 A 
Kittery Point, ME 03905 



Becchina, Dina L. 
223 Lincoln Ave. 
Rockville Center, NY 11570 



Buccella, Teresa 
21 Whitney Rd. 
Quincy, MA 02169 



Baker, Kenneth L. 
46 Tremont Terrace 
Livingston, NJ 07039 



Bennett, Donna M. 
38 Antwerp St. 
Milton, MA 02186 



Burbank, Timothy S. 
17 Andrews Isle 
Hingham, MA 02043 



Barber, Jacqueline A. 
78 Colonel Bell Dr. ^3 
Brockton, MA 02401 



Bombardier, Cecilia R. 
149 Lincoln St. 
Abington, MA 02351 



Burke, Marcia A. 
167 Colone Lane 
Weymouth, MA 02189 



Barre, Nancy A. 
238-70th St. 
Guttenberg, NJ 07093 



Bosworth, Jane E. 
77 Brierbrook St. 
Milton, MA 02186 



Campbell, Ted J. 
102 Valentive Rd. 
Milton, MA 02186 



Battikha, Jennifer M. 
600 Plymouth St. 
Holbrook, MA 02343 



Bruno, Richard J. 

72 Old Post Rd. 

East Walpole, MA 02032 



Capone, Charles L. 
36 Woodleigh Rd. 
Dedham, MA 02026 



Cappella, Paul V. 
13 Kents Lane 
Hingham, MA 02043 



Damiani, Jana C. 
202 Knob Hill Dr. 
Hamden,CT 06518 



Ferreira, David J. 
95 Harriet Ave. 
Quincy, MA 02171 



Carmen, Mathew D. 

101 Bradford Heights Rd. 

DeWitt, NJ 13224 



Dangelo, Linda J. 
16 Newton St. 
Mansfield, MA 02048 



Forastieri, Jose M. 
Box 1296 
Caguas, PR 00626 



Caron, Anne Marie 
37 Worcester St. 
Taunton, MA 02780 



Davies, Elizabeth G. 

30 West St. 

East Greenwich, RI 0281! 



Forgeron, Denise D. 
12 French Ave. 
Braintree, MA 02184 



Cesso, Sheila F. 
22 Grove St. 
Milton, MA 02186 



DeAlmeida, Nuno 

700 Lansdowne Way, ^102 

Norwood, MA 02062 



Foster, Edward J. 
177 Bridge St. 
Weymouth, MA 02191 



Chapman, Christopher R. 
35 Cedarfield Rd. 
Laurel Hollow, NY 11791 



Dellelo, Robert G. 
P.O. Box 100 

South Walpole, MA 02071 



Frank, Douglas M. 
100 Elm St. 
Quincy, MA 02169 



Charles, Odney 

P.O. Box 138 

Readville Station, MA 02137 



Driscoll, Michael T. 
33 Everett Ave. 
Winchester, MA 01890 



Eraser, Susan 
38 Robinson Ave. 
Braintree, MA 02184 



Chouinard, Courtney B. 
141 Bridge St. 
Beverly, MA 01915 



Elrick, Michael F. 
113 Hillside Circle 
Hanover, MA 02339 



Fry, Peter C. 
8 Field Court 
Bronxville, NY 10708 



Cosgrove, Laurie J. 
19 Prescott Terrace 
Quincy, MA 02169 



Emerson, Andrew 
12 Columbia St. 
Hartford, CT 06106 



George, Kenneth M. 
32 Cameron Rd. 
Norwood, MA 02062 



Coyle, Michael J. 
180 Ash St. 
Weston, MA 02193 



Esposito, Peter W. 

137 Marion Ave. 

North Adams, MA 01247 



Gibbons, James F. 
10 Westglow St. 
Dorchester, MA 02122 



Curran, Elizabeth A. 
231 Shaw Ave. 
Abington, MA 02351 



Evans, James P. 
55 Sonning Rd. 
Beverly, MA 01915 



Giordano, Beverly B. 
5 Margaret Rd. 
Canton, MA 02021 



Currie, Cynthia A. 
28 Saunders Rd. 
Norwood, MA 02062 



Fallon, Susan R. 
30 High Rock Lane 
Westwood, MA 02090 



Goldman, Lori R. 

1 1 Lord Joe's Landing 

Northport, NY 11768 



Goldsmith, Robert 

197 New Hampshire Ave. 

Somerset. MA 02726 



Holm, Michael E. 
132 Pineridge Rd. 
Fayetteville, NY 13066 



Klingenstein, Ben W. 
50 Copley St. 
Quincy, MA 02170 



Gollner, Thomas A. 
29 Locust Lane 
Bronxville, NY 10708 



House, Christopher B. 
64 Jacobsen Dr. 
Norwood, MA 02062 



Kule, Elyse M. 
1 10 Longview Dr. 
Emerson, NJ 07630 



Gonsalez, Juliana 

5 Eastern Ave. Apt. 21 

Dedham, MA 02026 



Jackson, Gary C. 
2 Creston Park 
Roxbury, MA 021 19 



Kunins, Herbert 
3 Washington Dr. 
Hampton Bays, NY 11946 



Goz Geoffrey C. 

315 Manhasset Woods Rd. 

Manhasset, NY 11030 



Johns, William E., Jr. 
150 Grove St. 
Montclair, NJ 07042 



Lachin, Jeffrey R. 

9000 Potomac Station Lane 

Potomac, MD 20854 



Gray, Robert 
200 Monteroy Rd. 
Rochester, NY 14618 



Judge, Susan E. 
56 Magnolia Rd. 
Milton, MA 02186 



Leghetto, Denise 
6 Sheldon St. 
Burlington, MA 01803 



Hanlon, Kelly M. 
96 Westfield Dr. 
Brockton, MA 02401 



Karp, Andrew C. 

18 Brookside Farmway 

Norwell, MA 02061 



Langille, Amy F. 
112 Surrey Rd. 
Springfield, MA Oil 



Hansen, Mary Anne B. 
310 King St. 
Cohasset, MA 02025 



Keddy, Susan A. 
27 Rexhame St. 
RosHndale, MA 02131 



Leonard, Jennifer L. 
349 Norman Dr. 
Ramsey, NJ 07446 



Hayes, Daniel J. 
60 Rindge Ave. 
Cambridge, MA 02140 



Kelley, Helenanne M. 
200 West St. 
RosHndale, MA 02131 



Levine, Jon R. 
274 Fox Hill Rd. 
Needham, MA 02192 



Henriques, Victoria M. 
80 Greg Rd. 
Stoughton, MA 02072 



Kilgour, Ross W. 
10 DeLorenzo Dr. 
Duxbury, MA 02332 



Lewis, Christopher J. 
350 Lowell St. 
Andover, MA 01810 



Hepting, Caroline S. 
175 E. 62nd St. 
New York, NY 10021 



Kingston, Regis 

61 Forest Trail 

E. Bridgewater, MA 02333 



Lincoln, Collier A. 
lA Liberty Rd. 
Hingham, MA 02043 



Hiller, Robyn M. 
10 Granger Rd. 
Emerson, NJ 07630 



Kinsella, Karen L. 
1 Urban St. 
Billerica, MA 01821 



Lynch, Robert R. 
7207 Pleasure Ave. 
Sea Isle City, NJ 08243 



Maglio, Karen A. 
18 Carolyne Ave. 
Braintree, MA 02184 



McLaughlin, Mary F. 
64 Antwerp St. 
Milton, MA 02186 



Perry, Alexandra J. 
82 Brainerd Rd. 
Allston, MA 02134 



Malloy, Brendan D. 
64 Underwood St. 
Fall River, MA 02720 



Murphy, John M. 
27 Coolidge Rd. 
Milton, MA 02186 



Pesta, Shelley 
292 Yale Ave. 
Meriden, CT 06450 



Maloof, Athena M. 
5320 Reflections Pi. Ct. 
Tampa, FL 33634 



Murray, Gail J. 
30 Bennett St. 
Waltham, MA 02154 



Poli, Candace A. 
445 Washington St. 
Westwood, MA 02090 



Manganelli, Paul C. 
104 Warren St. 
Waltham, MA 02154 



Nally, Maryellen R. 
12 Fifth St. 
Norwood, MA 02062 



Pulit, Robin-Anne 
1 5 Crestview Terrace 
Wallingford, CT 06492 



Manocchia, Robert A., Jr. 

350 Forge Rd. 

North Kingston, RI 02852 



Nerger, Karen 
167 Ferry St. 
Marshfield, MA 02050 



Quinn, Susan J. 
36 Hillside Rd. 
Dedham, MA 02026 



Martin, Gerard J. 
38 Billings St. 
Quincy, MA 02171 



Nettles, Cynthia 
26 Elderwood Dr. 
Stoughton, MA 02072 



Raposa, Joseph A. 

99 Brown St. 

Fall River, MA 02724 



Mazzarella, Kimberly A. 
10 York Way 
Westwood, MA 02090 



Norton, Christine M. 
439 Groveland St. 
Abington, MA 02351 



Rice, Theresa 
78 Keswick Rd. 
Brockton, MA 02402 



McDaniel, Linwood A., Jr. 
Summit Circle 
Somers, NY 10589 



O'Donnell, Ellen A. 
48 Concord Ave. 
Milton, MA 02186 



Rider, Graham C. 
42 Woodland Dr. 
Brightwaters, NY 1171! 



McDonald, Paul J. 
P.O. Box 123 
Lancaster, MA 01523 



Patnaude, Nancy G. 
23A Claremont Ave. 
Quincy, MA 02167 



Riley, John P., Jr. 
35 Nicherson Rd. 
Braintree, MA 02184 



McGregor, Diane 
94 Somerset Dr. 
SuflFern, NY 10901 



Paulhus, Deborah A. 
10 Wood Haven Dr. 
Cumberland, RI 02864 



Ring, Maura E. 

86 Robertson St. 

West Quincy, MA 02169 



McGuill, Kevin P. 
278 Seaview Ave. 
Swansea, MA 02777 



Pearl, Deborah E. 
9 Cedar St. 
Wellesley, MA 02181 



Rogers, James P. 
70 Jay St. 
Hanson, MA 02341 



Rolston, Leta M. 
87 Statler Rd. 
Belmont, MA 02178 



Silverman, Lori R. 
115 Hartshorn, Rd 
Providence, RI 02906 



Tangney, Carol J. 
320 Pleasant St. 
Milton, MA 02186 



Romersa, Peter J. 

18 Shore Rd. 

Old Greenwich, CT 06870 



Silvestro, Michelle A. 
100 Elm St. 
Quincy, MA 02169 



Thomas, Kelly A. 
1 1 Marc Lane 
Lawrence, MA 01843 



Rose, Regina E. 
P.O. Box 53 
Littleton, MA 01460 



Smith, Staci K. 
700 S.W. 16th Place 
Gainseville, FL 32601 



Tierney, Candace A. 

133 Commander Shea Blvd. 

North Quincy, MA 02184 



Rosenau, Edward H. 
28 Calvary Rd. 
Westport, CT 06880 



Spillane, Maryellen 
72 Francine Dr. 
Brockton, MA 02402 



Tivnan, Thomas J. 
9 Cedar Dr. 
Canton, MA 02021 



Rosenquist, John A. 
P.O. Box 4 

Aripeka, FL 34252 



Spruce, William D. 
65 South St. 
Foxboro, MA 02035 



Tocci, Dawn M. 
43 Linnaean St. 
Cambridge, MA 02138 



Sanson, Monique M. 
488 Hyde Park Ave. 
Roslindale, MA 02131 



Strother, Stuart A. 
1326 Chetwynd Ave. 
Plainfield, NJ 07060 



Totemeier, Marcia A. 
52 Will Dr. 
Canton, MA 02021 



Schapira, Susan J. 
40 Dogwood Rd. 
West Orange, NJ 07052 



Sullivan, Laurie A. 
33 Scott Ave. 
Nashua, NH 03062 



Troupe, Sharon A. 
94 Colby Rd. 
Braintree, MA 02184 



Schmidt, Jennifer 

37 Villard Ave. 

Hastings on Hudson, NY 10706 



Sullivan, Mary-Beth 

191 Park St. 

West Roxbury, MA 02132 



Vigneau, Mary Jo 

198 Dana Ave. 

Hyde Park, MA 02130 



Schroeder, Bettina D. 
360 East 72nd St. 
New York, NY 10021 



Sutton, Rhona L 
2 Burns Lane 
Massapequa, NY 



1758 



Vorhaus, David G. 
8 Ploughmans Bush 
Riverdale, NY 10471 



Seigel, Wendy G. 
212 Mill St. 
Newtonville, MA 02160 



Sweeney, Cynthia M. 
5 Car Mar Lane 
Salem, NH 03079 



Weinberger, Harris L. 
335 Faneuil St. 
Brighton, MA 02135 



Shine, Marie A. 
99 Neponset Ave. 
Hyde Park, MA 02136 



Sylvester, Stacey A. 
940 Summer St. 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 



Wellington, Colette A. 
480 Harland St. 
Milton, MA 02186 



Whouley, Frederick 
15 Anis Rd. 
Belmont, MA 02178 



Wittlin, Susan C. 
1890 George Court 
Merrick, NY 11566 



Zollner, Patricia L. 
13 Ridgewood Ave. 
Delran, NJ 08075 



Williams, George F. 
75 Grafton Ave. 
Milton, MA 02186 



Young, Deborah A. 
212 Andover Rd. 
Billerica, MA 01821 




Senior Week 1988 




FOUR YEARS REMEMBERED ... 

By Colleen McCane 

Looking back at our four years at 
Curry College, we have all been faced 
with many changes. 

We began our freshman year in an 
institution quite different than we see 
today. Freshmen were all housed in 
two respective dorms, Mayflower and 
Lombard. We started our first year off 
with a bang — life was just one big 
party. There was never a dull moment. 
Evenings were filled with fire alarms 
making mid-night gatherings outside 
the dorm frequent events. Parties 
occurred about six out of the seven 
days in our week. Food fights 
accompanied class dinners, toilets were 
turned into incinerators and Main 
House was the hot spot on campus. 
Days never began before noon, and 
evenings didn't end until the weary 
hours of morning. 

Salmonella poisoning struck many, 
causing the cafeteria to be quarantined 
followed by remodeling. Freshman 
fifteen was the result of excess alcohol 
intake, mid-night munchies, and lazy 
attitudes. We ended the year having 
the best vacation of our lives. 

Sophomore year came and we no 
longer lived in two convenient 
dormitories. We were scattered all 
over, both on and off campus. Many 
people transferred to other schools or 
decided that college was not for them. 
We began doing our own things. New 
friendships were being sought. The 
drinking age became strictly enforced 
and we began to see more controlled 
party situations. We spent our 
weekends behind the rope in the now 
segregated cafeteria. We experienced 
the change of our class president. 
Simultaneously, changes were 
occurring all about campus. Faculty 
and administration said good-bye to 
old familiar faces and welcomed the 
new. We, therefore, had to adjust to 
the rules they brought with them. 
Main house was remodeled to 
accommodate more people. The result, 
the removal of the staircase that had 
once given Main House its identity. 
We, however adapted to the changes 
we were presented with. 

Leaving sophomore year behind, we 

prepared ourselves for our junior year 

(cont'd on p. 193) 




-r^sis 




(cont'd from pg. 190) 
— a year that would again present us 
with more changes. The South Side of 
campus was welcomed home by men 
in white suits. Main House was 
condemned due to signs of asbestos. 
Numerous students were forced to 
spend the first two weeks of fall 
semester, 1986, at the Holiday Inn in 
Dedham. By the middle of the 
semester, the school had begun to 
grow academically as well as 
athletically. The football team, 
women's soccer, basketball, and tennis 
all held outstanding records for the 
year. Academically, our perspectives 
emerged into realities. It was the time 
to decide exactly what major we 
would pursue. Higher level courses, 
internships, and extensive studying 
began to occupy our time. Without 
realizing it, we were maturing with 



each passing day. We were shaping 
ourselves into professionals. 

All in all. our seriousness was not 
happening too soon. Senior year was 
here before we knew it. Another 
substantial change emerged. We came 
to realize that we only had one more 
year. New feelings and thoughts raced 
through our heads. How many credits 
did we need to graduate? Will we 
make 30 grand immediately after we 
depart from the grounds of Curry? 
Where will we reside? Will we marry? 
Will Mom and Dad still take care of 
us? 

The only answer for us was and is 
— only time will tell. At this time we 
also recognized the importance of our 
friendships. As Marc Coopersmith 
once stated, "Curry means family." 
Senior year would present us with our 
reunions. Pub nights would bring the 



senior class together to reminisce 
about the past and encourage each 
other for the future. Somehow, this 
was our best support. As family 
members move away, marry, etc., we 
too would be experiencing this. The 
love, concern, and happiness for one 
another will always remain, 
nonetheless. Although uncertainties 
filled our lives, achievements were 
occurring likewise. Curry College, as a 
small institution, made its mark on 
the map. Once again, athletes were 
making outstanding records. Nursing 
students were completing three 
tiresome years of clinical. We all were 
accomplishing the tasks and goals we 
had set for ourselves four years ago. 

Today we look back at all those 
experiences, realizing that these are 
only but a few. Each individual here 

(cont'd on p. 194) 



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(cont'd from p. 193) 
has memories only they can tell. 
Hopefully, I have included those that 
influenced each of us; the changes that 
have contributed in making us into 
the people we are today — wise, 
mature, and prepared to face the 
world. Good-bye to my Curry College 
family, best wishes for success and 
happiness in your future. 
Congratulations to all of you!!! 



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John Vassallo gave an inspiring speech as class oralor. 




James Rosenquist. Artist and father of John Rosenquist. a fellow graduate, received the Eleanor S, McBreen, Educator and 1928 Alumna received the degree 
degree of Doctor of Humane Letters. Doctor of Education. 




Dr. William L. Boyle. Jr. 
President of Curry College 



Mary Eastwood, Master of Education 
Class Representative 




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To: 'Donna (Bennett 


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Aim fiijjfi ancC fly swift[y- tfte future 
is yours. 

Concjratutatiotts and Cudi^ 

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are prouder than proud. 

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To: Cfiristopfier Cfiapman 


To: "Beth 


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attained. Most of atC we're proud 
of you. 

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e?cceffedin many rotes; Wife, daughter 
mother and student. Our Cove and 
pride today andaCways. 

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To: LesCie J^ossett 


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Ta- Jeffrey Lacfiin 

Jeffreij, con^ratuCations on a 
jo 5 zoeCC done. 'We l<:nozu tfiesefoiir 
years are just tfie Beginning of many 
acfiievements. We are very -proud of 
you. 

Cove, 

^{om & Tfad 


To: Susan Sfiapira 

Susan, you are terrific- zve are 
very proud of you! 

Ml our love. 
Mom & John 


To: %gSert Oiianoccftia 

'you've reacfied one of fife's 
major mifestones. Congratufations! 
iVe zoere always confident, and 
Iqiezayou zuouCd 6e successful, 
(jood fuc^ and enjoy tfie future. 

9i{om and 'Dad 


heartfelt zoishes for great 
health and happiness to Curry's 
graduates and to allzoho made it 
possible. May the zvind he alzuays 
at your backj_ 

'Edzvin J. and Mildred M.. Szoeeney 


Congratulations, 'Kip! 

'We are proud of you.. Lots of love. 

Coquette et al T.S. Call your 

motfier. 


To: (jeorge Munns III 

"Way to go, Qeorge- J(eep up 
the good zoor{<i. 

Love always. 
Mom & Dad 


To: Qerard Martin 

Congratulations son on 
your great acfiievement. ^bu fiave 
made us very proud Sotfi scfio- 
lastically and atfiletically. 'Wisfi 
you fiealtfi, happiness and success. 
[^ Love you, Mom & 'Dad 


To: ^5in-J^nne Tulit 

O^ou made us very proud. May 

your future he characterized hy 

accomplishments. Congratulations! 

'We zuish you life's Best. 

Love, Mom, Dad, Joe & Dan 
^=J? 



g 1 

7b; 9^{ary Jo Vi^ncau 

"...zvfiicfi can say more tfian 
tfiis ricfi praise- tfiat you aCone 
are you. ' (Sfiakcspearc) 'J'ou fiave 
6rifjfitenc(C our Cives. 

Love, 

Ovfom and'DacC 


__^ — ^^ 

To: TauC OKanjjaneCCi: 

(PauC, you fiave made your 
f amity proud of your accompCish- 
ments. Qood (uc(<iin att your 
endeavors, Out aSove aCC, don't Cose 
that entrepreneuriaC spirit. 

CA{om and 'Dad 


Ta- 9{an^atnaude 

'Wftatever you can do, or 
tfiin(<iyou can do, do it. (BoCd- 
ness ftasjjenius andpozver and 
majjic to it. ' 

Love, 

'Dad & Moui 


To: (Peter ^mersa 

(Peter, you did it- andioitfi 
flying coCors! iVe are so proud. 

Love, 

(Mom & Dad 


To: Tetcr 'Esposito 

Con^raiu Cations! 'We are afCvcry 
proud of you.. 


To: 'Karen (MajjCio 

'Kgren, zoe are ait very proud 
of you. CongratuCations! 

Love, 

(A{om & Dad 


CLi^SS Oil- 1988 

y Tl^'L 19SS T£^J^m!SOOJ(J 



The Rainbow's End 
Stafr - 1988 



Editor 

Assistant Editor 
Advertising Editor 
Photographers 



Faculty Advisor 



Laurie Sullivan 

Ross Kilgour 

Cathy Isaac 

Brenda Adams 
Dina Becchina 
Lori Goldman 
Robert Goldsmith 
Kelly Hanlon 
Vicki Henriques 
Carolyn Koschnik 
Athena Maloof 
Colleen McCane 
Gina Rose 
Melinda Schofield 
Mary Jo Vigneau 
Susan Wittlin 

Allan Hunter 



Special Thanks to: 
Cheryl Deutsch for her guidance, support, and unending faith that this book would be finished. 
Chace Mayo and Bill Dunleavy for their help and humor. 
Gordon Healy for all his help with the senior listing, print outs and labels. 
Tony Rizzo for taking care of all the mailings. 

Lois Wallace for making phone calls, setting up appointments, and taking messages. 
Kay McCartney and Warren Bazirgan for their help with the sports section. 



Photographer: 

Dodge Murphy 

Brockton, MA 

Liaison: 

Joe Flora 



Publisher: 

Jostens Pub. 

Topeka, KS 66601 

Liaison: 

Bob Murphy 



Curry College 

For every graduate those two words will bring back many memories of the four 
years we spent here. 

But what is important to remember in each of those memories is the people with 
whom we shared them. 

Curry gave us the opportunity to grow and to learn. But it especially gave us 
friends — special people who became our second family; people who were there 
daily to share our laughter and our tears. 

The friends we made at Curry will last a lifetime with a Uttle bit of luck and a little 
bit of effort. 

A yearbook's goal is to tell a story through pictures. I hope the story The 
Rainbow's End tells is one of friends; one that will make you stop and think, 
"Remember when . . . ." 

To the Class of 1988, 1 wish you be best the world has to offer. Be happy and keep 
smiling! 

Best Wishes, 
Laurie A. Sullivan