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CURRY 



COLLEGE 




A day in a life... 



Milton. Mass. 

Volume 38 



Table of Contents 



A day in a life... 5 

" You mean there's life outside of Curry? " 17 



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" We're Outta here! " 

" How many years left? " 

" What are you doing to night? " 

" When is that meeting? " 

" Practice again? " 

" My office hours are..." 

" Who paid for this book? " 

" Tell me again who I can thank 
for this great yearbook. " 



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A day in a life... 



Living day to day, weekend to 
weekend, vacation to vacation, you 
might not recall that Thursday after- 
noon just laying around with nothing 
much to do, but that day was just like so 
many of the others. Everyday is really 
just a day in a life. 

Life in college is quite different 
than the " real world. " It's a transi- 
tional period giving enough leeway for 
adult decisions and high school fun. 
Going to classes, hanging out in rooms, 
involvement in clubs and sports are all 
the day to day activities that slowly span 
the bridge to the real world. 

Everyday something occurs to 
shape our personalities and our futures. 
The future always seems so far away, 
but day by day well get there. 

M.A.P. 




Dedication 




A member of the Curry community since 1983, Maryann worked as a day care teacher 
for several years, a job she seemed ideally suited for. A couple of years ago, as a result of 
learning word processing on a computer, she was bitten by the computer bug and in 1987 
moved from working with her beloved toddlers to working with the folks at the other end of 
the educational spectrum, students, faculty and staff. In 1988 Maryann was appointed as the 
Levin Computer Lab supervisor. She rapidly gained the respect and admiration of all both 
for the depth of her knowledge and for her delightful personality. 

If patience is a virtue then Maryann Ferrante must be a saint. The word "no" is not in 
this woman's vocabulary. When asked for help Maryann will either explain how to do it, do 
it herself, or work something out. No one ever seems to walk away unsatisfied. Unfortunately, 
no one has kept track of how many "computer rescues" Maryann has completed, but many 
reading this dedication can attest to her selflessness and caring. One sees only two arms, but 
she must have more and unless she has a twin, she must have some magic ability to appear more 
than one place at a time. 

It is to this exemplar of the Curry spirit that the yearbook is dedicated. 



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THE BERLIN WALL 

On November 9, 1989, East Germany 
lifted restrictions on emigration and 
travel to tlie West, and within hours 
thousands of Germans celebrated on and 
around the Berlin Wall. 

By midnight, thousands of East 
Germans had entered the western part of 
the city which had been inaccessible only 
hours before. 

The Berlin Wall, which divided 
East and West Germany since 1961, has 
Hnally begun to crumble. 



SAN FRANCISCO EARTHQUAKE 

A catastrophic earthquake rocked 
Northern California on October 17, kill- 
ing at least 62 people and injuring hun- 
dreds, caving in bridges and freeways, 
igniting fires and causing widespread 
damage to buildings. 

The quake which struck during 
the evening rush hour, just as Game 3 of 
the World Series was about to begin, 
registered 6.9 on the Richter scale and 
was on the notorious San Andreas Fault. 
It was the second deadliest in the 
nation's history, exceeded only by the 
1906 San Francisco earthquake that 
destroyed much of the city and killed 
more than 700 people. 





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ECONOMIC SUMMIT 

Leaders of the seven most powerful 
Western nations gathered in front of 
the Louvre Pyramid for the opening 
session of the Economic Summit in 
Paris. They are (l/r) EC President Jac- 
ques Delors, Italy's Ciciaco de Mita, 
West Germany's Helmut Kohl, Presi- 
dent Bush, host French President 
Francois Mitterrand, Britain's Marga- 
ret Thatcher, Canada's Brian Mu- 
Ironey and Japan's Sousuke Uno. 

A pledge was made to address 
the environmental problems that 
threaten the planet, and they endorsed 
a significant strategic switch in the way 
rich countries cope with the Third 
World's staggering $1.3 trillion debt. 

For the first time, the seven 
leaders agreed that the best way to ease 
the debt burden of poorer nations is to 
persuade banks to provide some relief 
instead of simply issuing new loans. 

The problems of terrorism, 
narcotics and East-West relations were 
also addressed. 




PRESIDENT BUSH VISITS POLAND 



More than 50,000 people gave President 
Bush a hero's welcome at the workers 
monument where solidarity was born in a 
wave of upheaval. Bush told the cheering 
crowd that their struggle had produced " 
a time when dreams can live again" in the 
democratic transformation of Poland. 

Earlier in the day Welesa hosted 
a homestyle private lunch for the presi- 
dent and raised the possibility of even 
more aid to Poland by Western Nations 
than the $115 million previously an- 
nounced by Bush. 

Solidarity argues that the help is 
needed to ensure that public unrest does 
not upset the delicate progress toward 
democracy. But it agrees that any aid 
should have tight controls on it, so it is not 
wasted as it was in the past. 

Before taking leave on the work- 
ers. Bush and Walesa together faced the 
monument and raised their arms and 
gave the "v" for victory a sign used by 
Solidarity. 





TIENANMEN SQUARE — 
BEIJING, CHINA 

Gone from Tienanmen Square are the 
pro- democracy banners and the Tents 
of China's freedom Movement, the 
armed guards and the chants of drilling 
soldiers. The Goddess of Democracy, a 
33- foot-high replica of the Statue of 
Liberty which had become a symbol of 
the movement for democratic reform, 
has been crushed by tanks and taken 
away. 

The pro-democracy protests 
began on April 15 with a call by stu- 
dents for talks on increasing social free- 
doms and ending official corruption. 
They peaked during the week of May 
15, when Gorbachev visited the coun- 
try, and nearly one million people 
poured into the streets. 

Martial Law was declared on 
May 20, and troops attempted to move 
into the square but were driven back to 
masses of citizens sympathetic to the 
protesters. 

On June 3, troops opened fire 
on the protesters, smashing through 
barricades with tanks to reach Tienan- 
man Square. While the government 
claims that nearly 300 people, mostly 
soldiers were killed, diplomats and 
Chinese say up to 3,000 died, and Chi- 
nese Red Cross officials estimate 3,600 

people were killed and 60,000 injured. 







FLAG BURNING 

The Supreme Court has limited the 
power of states to outlaw the desecra- 
tion or destruction of the American 
flag. 

Justice William J. Brennan, 
writing for the court, said, "If there is a 
bedrock principle underlying the 1st 
Amendment, it is that the government 
may not prohibit the expression of an 
idea simply because society finds the 
idea itself offensive or disagreeable." 

"We do not consecrate the flag 
by punishing its desecration, for in 
doing so we dilute the freedom that this 
cherished emblem represents." 

Joining Brennan were Jus- 
tices Thurgood Marshall, Harry A. 
Blackmun, Antonin Scalia and An- 
thonv M. Kennedy. 





KAREEM ABDUL-JABBAR 

It seemed that the 7-foot-2 center would 
be on the court forever. But at 42, the 
oldest player in NBA history retired. 

On June 13, 1989, Kareem gave 
us his last performance. At the end of the 
night fans cheered him, his teammates 
hugged him and his opponent, Isiah Tho- 
mas, shook the hand that launched thou- 
sands of skyhooks. 

When asked about his retirement 
he said, "It really hasn't set in, as far as 
deeper meanings. I'm just thankful that 
I've been able to last this long and walk 
out the door." 



Cincinnati Reds Manager Pete Rose, one 
of the greatest players in the history of 
baseball, had been banned for life from the 
game for betting on his own team. 

Rose, who has continued to deny 
he bet on baseball, can apply for reinstate- 
ment after one year. Even if he's still 
turned down, the game's most prolific 
hitter will still be eligible for election to the 
Hall of Fame in 1992. 

"I've been in baseball three dec- 
ades and to think I'm going to be out of 
baseball for a very short time hurts," Rose 
said at a press conference in Cincinnati, 
where he was born and where he broke Ty 
Cobb's all-time hit record of 4,191 in 1985. 







CURRY SELECTS 

ACADEMIC DEAN 



David A. Fedo has recently been se- 
lected as Curry's new academic dean, 
according to members of the dean 
search committee. Fedo replaces 
Dante Germonatta who has served as 
acting dean for the past year and his 
term will begin in the summer of 1990. 

A native of Medford, Massa- 
chsetts, Fedo graduated magna cum 
laude with a B.A. in English from the 
University of Minnesota. He contin- 
ued his education at Boston University 
where he earned a Ph.D in English and 
American Literature in 1972. He is 
currently the Associate Dean of the 
undergraduate school and professor 
of English at Bentley College in 
Waltham, Massachusetts. 

The process, which began 
over a year ago, became necessary 
when the present dean Marshall T. 
Keyes resigned. Following Keyes' 
resignation, over one hundred candi- 
dates applied for the position of Aca- 
demic Dean. 

These candidates were 
screened by an election group called 
the Higher Education Administrative 
Search Inc. This professional group 
narrowed down the candidate choices 
to thirty one. 

Curry then established their 
own search committee of faculty and 
staff members to decide on three final- 
ists . They each were asked to visit 
campus for interviews and a tour of the 
campus. 

The interviews of the finalists 
were open to the whole college commu- 
nity for a question and answer session. 
The final part of their visit was a 
meeting with the president for his se- 
lection and final approval. 





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Class of 1990 



The ending moments of our four years at Curry are finally here. How did It all happen so fast? No 
longer will we all set out from our dorms to classes in Hafer or our meals in Drapkin. Never again will we 
experience the shock of a fire alarm at three-o-clock in the morning, and the drudgery of waiting in the cold 
for it to be reset. No more late classes or Saturday brunch, weekend trips, or Thursday night parties. In 
just a few short months, midnight talks, Ebenezer runs, pub nights, and caf parties will all be things of the 
past. We will never forget how perfect it is to have our closest friends living just a few feet away. Will it ever 
be this much fun again? 

We have reminisced about everything that's happened since freshman year. We've realized how well 
we have gotten to know each other and no longer are friend's habits unfamiliar. It is a given that our friends 
know our schedules, and who will eat with who, on what day. Lunch would not be the same without that 
trip to the mailroom, hopeful for a word from the outside world. 

Was it so long ago we felt the sadness in leaving our hometown and high school friens, and the antici- 
pation and excitement about our new lives at Curry. Those old familiar feelings are once again resurfacing 
as we leave Curry's campus. Only this 
time, for some of us, we are saying good- 
bye to the last of our school years, and 
are looking forward to our careers and 
the "real world" . Nagging thoughts of 
writing resumes and finding a job are so 
contradictory to the feelings of "Let's 
party, this is it!" But somehow we will 
find a way to do both. Leaving the 
security which we have at Curry is 
frightening, but the confidence we have 
gained reassures us we can make it on 
our own. 

As the year progresses we'll slowly 
say good-bye to the familiar college 
routine, and look forward to all that lies 
ahead. We'll take with us the knowl- 
edge, the good friends, and the good 
times, because these are the things we 
do not have to leave behind, and would 
not have had without our years here at 
Curry. 



Denise Pelrlne 
with special thanks to: 
Adreinne, Renee, and Denise D. 





Taut 1. (D. Mamson 

Apt. 7E, Greenville House 

1 - 3 Magazine Gap Rd. 

Midlevels Hong Kong 

Business Management 

Rugby 

Thanks Mom & Dad for everything 

To all my friends thanks for being there 

Good luck and cheers, English 




!RoSert £. 'Barry 

1 17 West Lake Dr. 

Weymouth, MA 02188 

Business Management 

Hockey '88-'90, R.A. '90 

Lacrosse '90 

You never miss what you have 

till it's gone, so remember our 

good times. Best of luck to class 

of '90. Thanks Mom & Dad, luv you! 

Always & Forever K.M.W. 




'KoBert 'BarBer 
37 Annapolis Rd. 
Milton, MA 02186 
Chemistiy 
Japanese proverb: 
Fall 7 times, stand up ! 




Jeffreii 'Bassett 

36Eldor Dr. 

S. Walpole, MA 02071 

Business Management 

Honors Program, 

Commuter Council 

Dean's List '88-'90 

Despite the sensational opportunities 

&challenges I've faced here the things 

I willremember most are the people 

I've met. 




Susan I. 'Barriere 

40 Broadmeadow Dr. 

Lunenburg, MA 01462 

Nursing 

Soccer 86-90 cpt. 90, C.C.N.A. sec. 90, 

A.G.B.H.S., LM.s, Who's Who, 

Athletic Trainer 87-90 

Boca '90- B.L., K.K., A.P., K.O.,T.L. 

D.M. We all had fun! Thanks 

Karen for everything. Jay, Mom, 

Dad & Steve, thanks 

for all your support- 1 love you! 




OCimBerCy !R. 'Brozvn 
3 Sage Ln. 

EastGranby, CT 06026 
Business Management 





George Cameron 
2679 Evergreen St. 
Yorktown Hts., NY 10598 
Politics & History 
Hockey '88- '90 



Susan 'ButtCar 
10 Lewis Rd. 
Mansfield, MA 02048 
Education 





CaroCyn Cohen 
10 Eric Ln. 

EastGranbyCT 06026 
Education 



Steven L. Cohen 
23 Prince William Rd. 
Morganville, NJ 07751 
Business Management 
Rugby, Y.R. Club 
No matter where you go, 
that's where you'll be. 
Thanks to all- you gave 
me the support I needed. 




9\ficho[as !M. Cannalonm 
120 Kendall Rd. 
Lexington, MA 02173 
Business Management 
Wrestling Cpt. 
Thanks Mom & Dad, you're 
the best! To all my friends, 
the last 4 yrs. have been great! 




'Eric C- ColdweU 

16 O'Brien Ave. 

Whitman, MA 02382 

Communications 

WMLN '86-'90, MCTV '88-'90 

RA '87-'89, Hockey '86-'90 

"What one puts into an education 

is what one gets out of an education" 

Mom, Dad, Craig, Adam- Love ya! 



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"KoSert Compofnone 
16 Albemarle Rd. 
Norwood, MA 02062 
Now What? 





iCda Costa 
8 Toby Rd. 

Brockton, MA 02402 
Thanks Mom & Brian- 1 
luv you both. Pam, Danka, 
Meghan-never a dull moment. 
Pub Night, Boston,Charlie Horse, 
Bahamas. 156 family. Pam don't 
forget 10/27/90. Sorry 
Hummer! Trust in the Lord! 



iHomas (DeameCo 




lanet (Di'Bara 
29 Pleasant St. 
Rockland, MA 02370 
Administrative Asst.- 
Career Planning/Field 
Experience 




Gkn (Dempscii 
29 Puritan Dr. 
Hanson, MA 02341 
Business Management 
Hocliey, RA 
Thanks Mom, Dad & 
Mary-CoUette 




'DeBra 7. 'DoCin 

135 BayvaleCt. 

Sandy Springs, GA 30328 

OA '88, RA '89-'90 

ABC & ARC spvr '88-'90 

Exec. VP Programming '88-'90 

Sr. Week Com. '88-'89 

Thanks Mom & Dad for all your 

luv & support. To KOB, CLD, MAS 

CML & JCS, "Thru good times & bad 

times I'll be on your side forever 

more, that's what friends are for." 






'RoSe-rt "EvanaeCista 
30 Child St. 
Hyde Park, MA 02136 
Business Management 



Dennis 'Donogfiue. 
55 Asheville Rd 
Hyde Park, MA 02136 
Communications 



"Rente C "ECkr 
1465 Aia unit 101 
Satellite Beach, FL 32937 
Nursing 

Pres. CCNA, Community 
Network Board 
Another end to a new 
beginning. "1 CAN." 






"Kenneth Tanning 
6 Wright Ln. 
Hamden, CT 06517 
Business Management 

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MicftMC Tarraher 

144 Porter St. 

Mekose, MA 02176 

Business 

Lacrosse, Pres. YR Club 

I want to thank my parents 

& friends for making Curry 

a fine experience. Sophomore 

Connection. 



Suzanne M. Tavreau 
886 High St. 
Bath, ME 04530 
English 

Co-Ed. CA Journal '90 
OA Director '89, RA '90 
OA '89, ABC '89, Sec. '89 
Currier Ed. '88 




LaurtnaA. Ttnivick 

60 Bartlett Ave. 

Pittsfield, MA 01201 

Sociology 

Honors Program 

Pulse Hotline 

Following your heart 

realizes your dreams. Jeff 

thanks for being there in the 

past and always. Thanks for the 

memories: DP, DD, AP, RE, MK, JC. 




'M.tndith TCicHer 
45 Harrisngton Ave. 
Quincy MA 02169 
Education 




losepfi £■ TitzaeraCd 
70 Worthen Ave. 
Weymouth, MA 02188 
Business Management 
Football '86-'90, IMs 
Lacrosse '89-'90 
Thanks Mom & Dad & the 
whole Fitzgerald family. 
Holly I luv you! Ellis Isl. 
lives forever! Bakes, Harv 
Pete, Dave, Doug, Ray, Augie, 
George, Studs, Harold, Tony, 
Matt & Andy. #8 





'Roxanne L. Tktclicr 

SVBriarcliffRd. 

Atco, NJ 08004 

Communications 

"Life moves pretty fast. If 

you don't stop & look around 

you might miss it." FB 



T>enise ToCeu 
37 Dale Rd. 
Holbrook, MA 02343 
Communication 
Softball '88-'90, Honors 
Program, Basketball '86 
If it weren't for my family. 
Mo & Tricia & the last minute 
- 1 wouldn't have gotten a 
thing done. 




U\fata[ie GalCo 
27 Timberlane Rd. 
Hampstead NH 03841 
IIM 




OCaren Gardner 
123 Cove Rd. 
W.Dennis, MA 02670 
Business Management 
Mike, Tim, Jill, Mark & 
Geoff, I'll miss you all. 
Thanks for all the memories. 




j^ndrcw 'B. GilCer 

75 Phillips Ave. 

Swampscott, MA 01907 

Business Mangement 

Program Board, OA, ARC staff, 

SAA chair., SGA Exec. Rec Sec, 

Tour guide, S.I. Housing Co-ordinator 

Thanks for 4 years of learning, 

growing, friends, good times & 

wonderful memories. 

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Thomas Gtbbia 

24 Tuttle Rd. 

Briarcliff Manor, NY 10510 

Communications 

Theater: "You can't take it 

with you", "Harvey", "The 

Odd Couple", "The Doctor In 

Spite of Himself' 

Comedy Crew Improv. 

Thanks Mom & Dad. Rachel, 

Josh, Shay, Mike, Scott, Jim, Bob 

& Gordon- thanks for the fun 

memories. 




'Brian Gossdin 

19 Scott Rd. 

Terryville, CT 

Biology 

Hockey 

Thanks Mom & Dad for 

your support. To all my 

friends, it"s been a great 

4 years. Senior Week! 




fMicdeCk "B. Gibson 

6 Pond Ave. 

Foxborough, MA 02035 

Education 

SGA Treas. '86, SGA Sec. '87 

Cpt. Cheerleaders '87-'98 

OA '87, AGBHS '98-'90 

Thanks Mom, Dad, Laurie, Kathy, 

Jeanne & George- 1 love you all! 




!Rande M. Graci 
101 Orchard St. 
Minis, MA 02054 
Business Management 
Baseball, IMs 
Just remember you can't 
live your life in one day. 
Thanks Mom & Dad for 
everything. Also, thanks to 
my honey, Deborah! 




Ira 9{och6erq 
44 Bradford Rd. 
Scarsdale, NY 10583 
Communications 
Soccer '87, Cpt. '88, 
AERho, WMLN 
What?... No more Spring 
Break or Summer Vacation?? 





Mark "Jones 
6 Desmond Ave. 
Randolph, MA 02368 
Communications 
Cpt. Hockey '90 
Currier Staff 




MicfiaeC 'Kafin 
40 Carriage Hill Dr. 
Colts Neck NJ 07722 




'KevanM. Joyce 

6 Park St. 

Hanson, MA 02341 

Business Management 

Capt. Hockey '89-'90, 

Hockey '86-'90, IMs 

YR Club 

Mom & Dad thanks for everything. 

Good luck to Kathy next yr. Thanks 

to all my friends for the best 4 years 

of my life. I love you all! 



'RicHard 'Katin 
1026 Timber Ln. 
Wilmette, IL 60091 
Business Management 
Pres. Rugby Club, RA, 
SGA Exec Tres., Budget 
Committee Chair. 
If you will it, it is no dream. 




Sfiaaryn 'Kazariati 
27 Quaboag St. 
Worchester, MA 01602 
Communications 






leff'Ktein 

60 Bridle Path Cir. Apt. 730 

Randolph, MA 02368 

Communications 

AERho, WMLN 

What? I have to get a job now?! 



'Kar&n OCeatin ij 

5357 Kilboume Dr. 

Lyndhurst, OH 44124 

Psychology 

Soccer '86-'89, IMs 

Sports Med. Trainer '86-'90 

Head Trainer '88-'90 

Girls Night Out Club '89-'90 

SB'90- SB, BL, JS, AP, DM- Thanks! 

Mrs. B, Phil & Bucky for support- 

I luv U! Mom, Dad & Eddie- KB, nothing! 

Bucky, BR's- Sue B for everything. UTAH! 



T>avid!Ke[[ey 
115 Eliot St 
Brookline MA 02167 
Business Management 






MicfiaeC'D. 'Kratfiarmr 
101 Appleby St 
Brockton, MA 02402 
Business Management 
Goodluck to the class of 1990. 
Thank you Mom & Dad. 



MatthevJ (D. 'Kkvm 
38 Stoney Run Ln. 
Marion, MA 02738 
Communications 



CaroCyn "R. "Koschnick. 

5 Laurel PI. 

Upper Montclair, NJ 07043 

Fine Arts 

IMs, Yrbii contributor '86-'90, 

Computer lab Asst. '89-'90 

Gym- front desli '87-'90 

To my friends- SM, AB, BL, AW, 

MD, GK, MM, CP, EF, JM, you mean 

a lot to me. I'll love you always Tim. 

Thank you Mom. 




lofin 7. %rebs 
39 George Rd. 
Winchester, MA 01890 
Communications 
Program Board, WMLN 
Good times with the Milton 
Hall gang. 





Grcg^ Lania 
200 Walthham St. 
Lexington, MA 02173 



'Patricia A. Lmry 

25 Deerfield St. 

Squantum, MA 02171 

Education 

Softball '89-'90 

Mike 1/25/90, AMH, The family 

'88-'89, LS, TH, JZ, KG, Beefa, 

Crotchy, Skippy, Daytona '90, 

Love ya- Mom, Dad & family. 




Cynthia Lennon 

5 Woodridge Terr. 

North Haverhill, NH 03774 

Communications 




fRoSert Lazier 

386 Hanson Ranch Rd. 

Vail, CO 81658 

IIM 

Racing cars from Daytona 24 hrs to 

Indianapolis 500, Skiing 

Some people try to softly tip-toe through 

life so that they can arrive at death safely. 

The biggest lie on the planet: "When I get 

what I want I will be happy." 




lim Lennon 
18 Sweetbriar Ln. 
Novelty, OH 44072 
Communications 

Football '86-'90, Baseball '86-'90 
IMs, ECAC 1st team (twice), 
NEFC 1st team (twice), Ail- 
American '89 

Thanks Mom, Dad, Pat & Carolyn 
for all of your support. Go Buckeyes! 




Lisa LieBerson 
1560 S.W. 72nd Ave. 
Plantation, FL 33317 
Education/Communications 




Lisa Mack 




'ECisaSeth LuSas 

9 Pioneer Cir 

Salem, MA 01970 

Nursing 

Cheerleader '87-'90 

CCNA Tres., Athletic Trainer 

Spring Br. '89-'90, KK, SB, AP, 

JS, DM, "Oh Bianca." Girls night 

out! "That's it I'm going swimming." 

I'll miss you all. Thanks Mom & Dad, 

I love you. 




losfiua T). Maiocco 
134 Windham Rd. 
Hyde Park, MA 02136 
Communications 
Theater-Comedy Crew, 
Odd Couple, "Breadcrumbs" 
Thanks Mom & Dad. Thanks friends. 
Breadcrumbs, Tom, Scott & Bob. 




1o- Annt Lynch 
8 Messinger St. 
Canton, MA 02021 
Business Management 
Thanks Mom& Dad 




luCie McCann 

19 Worthington Ave. 

Danvers, MA 01923 

Communications 

S.G.A. Vice Pres. Exec, board 

S.G.A. Coresponding Sec. Exec board 

R.A..( 1 yr and half ), Clac Review 

Workshop Student Rep. 

Joint Committee Student rep. 

Sears Roebuck Scholarship Student 

Rep, Summer PAL R.A. 

To K.S., C.P., L.M., S.K., L.B., S.F., 

If at first you don't succeed try, God 

knows, try again. 




!Keidn 1. jMcInemy 
10 Fern Way 
Lynnfield, MA 01940 
Politics & Histoiy 
Hockey, VP Senior Class, 
YR Club Co- Chair. 
Thanks for everything Mom 
& Dad, you're the best. #14, 
Uncle Furry, GR, #20. Thanks 
to all my friends, it has been 
great at Curry with you all. LC #2. 




MicfieCte Mroczek 

328 1 Juniper Ln. 

Falls Church, VA 

Education 

ABC staff, IMs 

Thanks Dad, Chris & Mom. 

To all of my friends, you made 

the last 4 years unforgettable. 

I love you all. 




Lisa !M. O^isurieCCo 

8 Sawtooth Ct. 

Hilton Head Island. SC 29928 

Psychology 

OA, SGA Exec. Sec, Copy Editor YRBK 

Mom & Dad, thank you & I love you. 

To all of my friends, I'll always 

remember the great times we've 

shared, I love you guys! DO'L- Who's 

crazy?! 





(Diane Monkieiviuz 
40 Walnut St. 
Behnont, MA 02178 
Education 



CoCCeen !F. 'Murpfvu 

23 Valley View Dr. 

Greenville, RI 02828 

Education 

Currier staff '86, Essential Skills 

tutor '87-'89, SI Dorm Co-ordinator 

'87-'89, Honors Program, AGBHS '89- 

'90, Dean's List (8 semesters) 

Mom, Dad, Kerrie & Jimmy, thank you 

for all of your love, patience, support 

& encouragement. I love you all so much! 




Crai£i 'Heubecker 
240 Sanders Rd. 
Buffalo, NY 14216 
Business Management 
RA, SGA 

Does this mean that the 
good old days are through? 




(David U^orton 
648 Middle St. 
Braintree MA 02184 




'James O 'Ijourlce 

321 Spring Ave. 

Ridgewood, NJ 

Business Management 

RA, OA, Rugby, Yrbk photographer, 

IMs, SGA Exec. Tres. '88-'89, Budget 

Committee Pres. 





•EdivarcC O'O^dCC 
90 Walnut St. 
Murry Hill, NJ 07974 
Business Management 



'DanieC O'Leary 
609 Concord St. 
NewMilford, NJ 07646 
English 





Oscaleta Rd. Box 252 
South Sale, NY 10590 
Communications 



'Kandi 'PademacHt 

700 Shore Rd. 

Long Beach, NY 11561 

Communications 

To my family, thanks for standing by 

me every step of the way. I couldn't 

have done it without you. To NS: 

Persistence broke resistance- 1 love 

you. To DP & JR: one couldn't ask for 

better friends. For better or for worse, 

we still had fun. By the way does 

anyone have any crayons? 



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Courtney Turks 
245 Center St. 
Wallingford, CT 06492 
Tevevision Broadcasting 
Student Gov't President 
" It's never too ;late - in fiction 
or in life - to Revise. " 




'Richard Thip-ps 
11 80 Main St. 
Wakefield, MA 01880 
Business Management 




(Denise 'Pdrine 

87 Argilla Rd 

Andover. MA 01810 

Sociology 

Proj. Share, Honors Program, 

Tutor, Pulse Hotline volunteer 

Thanks L, Age, Ren D, LF, my family 

for all of your love & support. Love 

ya! We can not discover new oceans 

unless we have the courage to lose 

sight of the shore. 





'ErlcS.Tdtz 

125 Pay son Rd 

Chestnut Hill, MA 02167 

Psychology 

RA, Rugby, Peer tutor, IMs 

If you want to get somewhere, 

you must first let yourself go! 



Adrienne 'Pothier 

16 Morrill St 

W. Newton, MA 02165 

IIM 

Honors Program, AGBNHS, Pulse, 

Proj. Share, Community Network Board 

Don't put off until tommorrow what 

you can do today! Thank you Mom, 

Michael, Michelle & my friends. 




TameCa Toynton 
80 Bridge St. 
Lexington, MA 02173 
Psychology 





9Axcha&l 'Privitera 
15 Goose Pond Rd. 
Lincoln, MA 01773 
Business Management 



Lisa (Pritts 
11 OdellAve. 
Milford, CT 06460 
Education 





'Kerri 'Rakau^kas 
94 Plymouth Rd. 
Hanover, MA 02339 
Sociology/Psychology 

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"Karen "R. ^edmon 

64 Putnam St. 

W. Newton, MA 02165 

Sociology 

Proj. Share, Honors Program, 

Women's Studies Com., Diversity 

Com., SOHL 

Took me awhile, but I finally 

made it- thanks Mom & Dad. 




Timotfvy Tuttre 

4 Cupid Ct. 

Huntington Station, NY 11746 

Communications 

WMLN Production Dir., AERho 

Pres. 

'89-'90, Program board '86-'89, RA, 

ABC staff '88-'89, Wrestling '87-'88 

Thanks to my Mom & Dad, family & 

fi-iends for all of their support. 

Joe Walsh "Life's been good to me so 

far." 




'Patricia 9\{. 'KeicCy 

51 Cleveland St. 

Melrose, MA 02176 

English 

OA, IMs, Judicial Board 

member. Currier Times Editor 

The secret to happiness is finding 

strength within one's self. Thanks 

to my family & friends for helping 

me find that happiness. 




Thomas ^utisfumscr 
435 Brookview Ct. 
Branchburg, NJ 08876 
Business Management 




"RaumondL. Schiavo 
1057 Keys Ave. 
Schenectady, NY 12309 
Communications 
Baseball '86-90, Cpt. 
Football '86-'90, Cpt. 
"A four year vacation, now 
I owe my life to the banks!" 




Michaet Satnartano 
190 Stone Ridge Dr. 
East Green, RI 02818 
Fine Arts 





Maureen Savage 

47 Eastern Ave. 

So. Deerfield, MA 01373 

Communications 



'Kristin Scfioettkopf 

161 Middlesex Rd. 

Buffalo, MA 14216 

Education 

To all my friends, thanks for 

all the good times over the years. 

To my family & Buddy, thanks for 

all of your love & support. I couldn't 

have done it without you! 




lennifer Scordino 

22 Whitcomb St. 

Belmont, MA 02178 

Education 

Cheerleading, Cpt. '88-'90 

Thanks to my family for 

their support & love. 




Lisa SeBasttin 

94 Shaw Ave 

Abington, MA 02351 

Education 

Basketball '86-'90, Cpt. '90 

Good luck TL, JZ. KG, TH. "The 

Family", Spring Break '90. Love 

ya Mom & Dad & bros. 




Steven SidCiano 

16 Sheafe St. 

Boston, MA 02113 

Business Management 

Football, Basketball, Cpt. 

Thanks Mom & Dad for your support. 

Good luck to all my friends, the last 

4 years have been great. Spring Break 

'89, Spring Break '90 




Ion Cameron Sevignii 

10 Sargent Rd. 

Winchester, MA 01890 

Communications 

Curry Theater '86-'90, OA 

'88-'89, Program Board '87- 

'89, CA Journal '88-'89, 

Fine Arts Exhibit '90 

Thanks Mom & Dad. May life let 

us learn & grow in all directions! 




O^eeC T. Southzinck 

150 Union St. 

Natick, MA 01760 

ABC staff '89-'90, OA '88-'89, 

Rugby '87-'90 

Good times Bad times. Thirsty Thurs., 

Spring Break '87, '88 &'90. Ma & 

Dad 

you're the best. I love you RP. The 

Party 

Crew. 81 olds T's & pwr all. Skin' No 

falls no balls. Whatever. 




'Beth g. Sfiuman 
49 Collins Ave 
Randolph, MA 02368 
Business Management 
Commuter Council VP '89-'90, 
SGA Rep '89-90, Hillel Pres. '89-'90, 
OA, Program Board member '89-'90, 
Tour guide. Chamber Chorale '89-'90 




GreaoTTi T. Spafnoktti 
62 Wolff St. 
Waterbury, CT 06708 
Management 
Hockey '87-'90, SGA 
Rep. '89-'90 

Thank you family & friends 
for a great 4 years.- GTS 



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9Aichdk Stamm 
73 Gillette Ave. 
Springfield, MA 01118 
Communications/ Business 
WMLN, AGBHS, AERho, Theater, 
IMs, OA '89, ARC staff, Proj. 
Share, Chorale 

Thanks for all the great memories 
JH,CM,RD,BO.JQ,EC,JO,CN,CH, B- 
crumbs & UnoManiacs. I will miss you all 
esp. my lint sucking stump, 3amm chats, 
store 24, TnT,HoJo's& Hosp. Rob we are 
"Art in motion." Thanks for luv, $ & 
friendship Mom & Dad. Sluggo u r my 
sunshine. 




Scott St. CCair 
80 Oloson Dr. 
Southington, CT 06489 
Comm un i cat ions 






(David Stefenficwens 
61 Lounsbury Rd. 
Ridgefield, CT 06877 
English 



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Cometia 'We[[" Steinert 

86 Amor Rd. 

Milton, MA 02186 

Sociology 

Soccer, IMs, YRBK 

photographer 

Hold fast to dreams for if 

dreams die life is a broken 

wing that can not fly. Thank 

you friends, family & teachers. 



178 Lake St. 
Waltham, MA 02154 
Business Management 
Football, Hockey, Baseball 

Four years of fun, now a life 
time of oweing the world. 
Thanks Mom & Dad. 




loseph T. SuCCivan 
20 Larch Rd. 
Cumberland, RI 02864 
Communications! Business 
Baseball, WMLN Sports Dir. 
Thanks Mom & Dad for your 
love & support. 





George Tougas 
ISCoveCir. 
Marion, MA 02738 
business Management 



Mark 7. Summer 
245 Freeman Pkwy. 
Providence, RI 02906 
Communications/ Psychology 
Soccer, IMs, WMLN Sports 
I have the greatest family in 
the whole wide world. Thanks 
to all my friends, Goodluck. 





Anne X WdBridfie 

Box 31 

East Dennis, MA 02641 

Communications 

SGA Rep. '86-'89 



S^HCeti 'Waiters 
3801 Tall Pines Dr. 
New Orleans, LA 70131 
Business Management 
Love to all those who made 
it special. I love you Mom, Dad 
& Reagan- Thank you! Scott- 1 
will love you always. 




'Dan UnderhiCt 
307 W. Center St. 
W. Bridgewater, MA 02379 
Business Management 
Honors Program, IMs 
Special thanks to: All family 
members, Diane (Bear), Prof. 
Hill & many friends for all of 
their support. 




Sau[ 'WeisenfeCd 
60 Myrtle St. 
Boston, MA 02114 
Business Management 



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francis 'Wood 
14 Sylvan Rd. 
Madison, CT 06443 
Business Management 




lacqueCine Zajac 



19 Jane Rd. 

Marblehead, MA 01945 

Education 

ABC staff, RA, Soccer 

Never forget your memories for 

they set the standards of your 

future. Thanks for everything Mom, 

Dad, J, J, RJ - 1 love you! The family. 

Spring Break '90, The girls, TH, LS, 

KG, TL, & YoYo. 




ToddW. Zofpo 

22 Lauren Dr. 

Seekonk, MA 

Communications 

WMLN Dir. '89-'90, AERho VP, 

SGA Rep. '88-'90 

Take care of yourselves Class of "9C 



Camera Shy.., 



CHristopfier H. 'Baker 

5 Susan Carlsey Way 

Sandwich, MA 02563 

Politics & Histoi-y 

V.P. '86, R.A., J. Board, 

Baseball, Football, Lacrosse, 

I.M.S 

Ellis Island- home of the refugees, 

Luv you always C.M.W., Ponky, 24, 

Thanks Mom & Dad 



'PauCMcCaffre.y 

70 Crane Rd. 

Mm. Lakes, NJ 07046 

Communications 

WMLN, Research & Dev. 

Dir WMLN 

Thank you to my friends 

both near & far... I love you 

Mom & Dad- Thank you both. 



GaU^- Schroth 
185 Qunicy Shore Dr. 
No. Qunicy, MA 02171 
Business Management 
It's complete! 



Christines ■'DayCe 
P.O. Box 169 
Gladstone, N.J. 07934 
Elementary Ed. 

" It's 1990 the year of the house 
and also the year Curry graduates 
travel their own course. No more 
math, science, or finding the 
source. It's time to face reality 
the with some force." 
Good luck: Colleen, Lisa, 
Meredith and other Ed. Students 
Thanx Mom and Dad for just 
being you and for giving me a 
happy life. 

9\{arqaret "SHau" ^cConzdCk 
3525 Tutle Creek Blvd. 
Dallas, TX 75219 
Communications 
Tennis, ABC staff, Jr. Class 
Rep., "Breadcrumbs" 
Thanks Mom & Dad. To all of 
my great friends, the memories 
will stay with us forever- 1 love 
you all. 



!KoS "Jones 
405 Haverford PI. 
Swathmore, PA 
Politics & History 
Pres. Rugby Club 
"Break your chains, count 
your change, and try to 
walk the line." 




Stoddard 9\{. OCiver 
7 Wildwood Rd. 
Katonah, NY 10536 
Business Management 
Lacrosse 

Thanks Mom & Dad and to 
anyone else who may have 
assisted me during my Curry 
experience. 



Slurora *£. (PoBCete 

Christiansted, St. Croix 

US Virgin Islands 

Nursing 

CCNA, Science Club, Tennis 

Thanks Mom & Dad for all of your 

support! Sue & Beth pump it up! 

Girls, 

I had a great time in Boca- Let's do it 

again! Thanks to Marizelle, Mar- 

ibelle, 

Markus & the 1990 Nsg Class. 




D u(j Las G ns e r 
145 Alder Rd. 
Westwood, Ma 02090 
Graduated with the class of 1989 



Things you won't miss... 





" Soooooo... maybe I 
won't take a shower 
today. " 



" Damn... just when I 
got the quarters. " 



" How long 20 minutes is, depends on 
what side of the bar you're on. " 



" Wanna see Rita how a cow? 
Watch when I push these 
things. " 




" Even though we don't 
have any friends, we still 
have each other. " 






" Could you dump 
that case for me 
please? " 



" It's a nice day out, we 
could use this cookie as a 
frisbee." 




" You realize we're missing our soap 
operas for this? " 



" But really I swear my father sent 
the check for the parking tickets! " 



Those you will miss... 



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jors have been declared. CLAC is com- 
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school where we haven't been in, well, it 
seems like an eternity. We're legal in 
every aspect of the word, so, there is only 
one year left until we are labeled as 
"adults" - Scary! But wait, the best is yet 
to come: pub nights, Thursday nights on 
the South Side, senior week, and yes, the 
day will be here when we will become 
alumni just like our friends that are leav- 
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Curry lives 
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A sophomore means not being the new 
kid on campus anymore. You've had the last 
pick of rooms and still can't live on South Side. 
But being a sophomore also means being estab- 
lished. You've made you're life long friends 
and you're just about used to the food. Free- 
dom still reigns because it's still early enough 



in your college life to be irreesponsible without 
yet fearing the "real world". It's time to realize 
that since you've made it through one year of 
college that these are the fastest years of our lives 
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start out from scratch socially, but any 
and all accomplishments made in high 
school are things of the past. You must 
prove yourself once again. New aca- 
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worries where friendships, sports, ro- 
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like it, change it! 

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Curry held it's 18th annual 
Parent's Weekend, Saturday October 21, 
bringing approximately 250 to 300 par- 
ents to the campus. 

The first event was a Faculty/ 
Parent Brunch held in Hafer 119. At the 
brunch, parents were able to meet their 
son's or daughter's professors and discuss 
their students classes with them. 

"The professors were very atten- 
tive to my questions, and they gave me very 
straight forward answers, which enabled 
me to evaluate how my daughter is doing 
and also to evaluate the school," said Roy 
Williams, parent of freshman Lucy Wil- 
liams. 

"They (the professors) are very 
friendly and they make us feel very wel- 
come here," stated Beverly Daikos, 
mother of Chris Daikos, class of 93. 



Following the brunch, tailgaters 
in the football feild parking lot anticipated 
the game. At the game, parents and stu- 
dents huddled in the stands and cheered 
as the mud covered Colonels defeated 
Fitchburg State, 42 to 6. Highlight of the 
game was Tim Lennon's interceptions, 
which caused him to break the league 
record for career interceptions. 

Immediately following the game. 
President William L. Boyle and Jeffrey 
Appel, Director of Alumni and Parent 
Relations, welcomed the parents to the 
opening ceremony for the newly reno- 
vated Parent's lounge. 

During his speech, Boyle asked 
for input from parents and friends. "I en- 
courage your interests," he stated. 

Appel briefly spoke about the 
start and development of a parents asso- 



ciation. This would allow parents to be- 
come involved in planning fund raising 
activities. 

He also stated that internships 
and employment for graduate and under- 
graduate students would be available. 
"We need everyone's support," he con- 
cluded. 

John Lennon, a senior parent, 
trustee and benefactor of Curry, assured 
the parents that there will always be some- 
one that they could identify with if they 
ever had a problem. 

The night's activity, held in the 
refurbished Alumni Recreation Center or 
ARC, consisted of casino games, music, 
food and prizes. 

On Sunday morning parents bid 
farewell to their offspring during a 
brunch in the Drapkin cafeteria. 

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Curry College's finest performers 
tuned up this March to compete in 
Curry's Battle of the Bands held in 
Hafer 119. 

Broadcast on WMLN, the four 
Curry bands were each allowed thirty 
minutes to sway the crowd of 250 to 
vote for them as the number one band 
on campus. 

The battle began with a lively bang 
from the group Breadcrumbs, whose 
members will be graduated by Decem- 
ber 1990. The second group The Ail 
Love Band brought the crowd to a mel- 
low mood playing songs from the 
Greatful Dead. This didn't last for 
long, The Battle Winners KNOWDoZ 
had the crowd up dancing and singing 
in a matter of minutes. This set the 
stage for the final band, last years 
Battle winners, Notary Republic. 

When all acts had finished the vot- 
ing began. 133 students voted and the 



WINNER KNOWDoZ!! The group 

came in first with a total of 56 votes, 
followed by Breadcrumbs, with 38 votes. 
The members of the band were 
excited about their victory , but also 
unanimously felt all four performances 
were fabulous.. KNOWDoZ lead guitar- 
ist Ted Lavash said, " All Four bands were 
great, I'm really happy and excited we 
won. I think our real motivation was to 
open up for headline band at Spring Fling. 
Everything went really smoothly." Gui- 
tarist Pete Ubriaco added, " We worked 
hard and all that hard work paid off, and 
I'm psyched about the new pair of sneak- 
ers!" 

Singer / Drummer John Wolk's feel- 
ings were similar, " As a whole I think 
we played the set a little to fast, but the au- 
dience was receptive. Winning is great, 
but it's definitely second the main concern 
was having a good time and everyone in- 
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Student 



Student Government at Curry Col- 
lege is uniquely organized to awaken 
the potential of the student body as 
much as possible. We serve as the 
representative voice of the Curry 
students to the administration, fac- 
ulty, stalT, Board of Trustees and the 
Milton community. To meet the 
needs of the student body. Student 
Government is divided into three 
branches, Executive, Legislative, and 
Class Governments. 

The Executive Branch is 
comprised of the President, Executive 
Vice-President, Programming Vice- 
President, Treasurer, Recording Sec- 
retary, and Corresponding Secre- 
tary. Named the Executive Board, 
they are responsible for the daily 
operations of SGA in addition to long 
range planning. 

The Legislative Branch is 
comprised of the Board of Represen- 
tatives. The Board of Reps., is made 
up of four members of each classifica- 
tion, freshman, sophomore, junior 
and senior. The freshman represen- 
tatives are elected every fall, and the 
sophomore, junior, and senior repre- 
sentatives are elected by the last 
school day in April each year. 

The Class Governments, like 
the Legislative Branch, is made up of 
four separate organizations from 
each class and are comprised of a 
President, Vice-President, Treas- 
urer, and Secretary. They are re- 
sponsible for class activities and intia- 
tives. 

The last branch of SGA is the 
Committee system. Any student may 
hold a position on a committee desig- 
nated to investigate issues of impor- 




Executive Board; { Clockwise! Sec. Michelle Roberts, Advisor Kim Sweeney, Tres. 
Craig Neubecker, V.P. Program Board Debbi Dolin, Sec. Lisa Misuriello, Pres. Court- 
ney Parks, V.P. Julie McCann, Advisor Cheryl Deutsch 



tance to the student body. Standing 
committees of the SGA are: Financial 
Affairs (budgets money). Program- 
ming (plans activities), and Executive 
Review (insures the constitutionality 
of all SGA actions) 

There are 
many other committees 
that students can serve 
on. Any student is wel- 
come to participate in 
SGA or simply come to 
the meetings to voice 
their opinion. If you 
have any questions 
please call extension 
2160. 



Govei 





Class of '91: Pres. Sandy Weisfield, V.P. Kevin 
Mclnerney, Sec. Sharyn Kazanian. Treasurer S , 
Reps Todd Zoppo, Ken Fanning, Beth Shuman, 
Greg Spagnoletti 




Class of '92: Pres. Mitch Cohen/ Jen Towie, V.P. 
Mitch Cohen, Sec. Suzin Cunningham, Tres. Tina 
Fasciana, Reps ; John Wolk, Andrea Cappella, 
Kevin Scully, Jeff Taylor 



timent 



Class of '91 
President Greg Cohen 
V. President Shria Weinberg 
Treasurer Kristen Giannetti 
Secretary Beth Jackson 
Reps; Jeff Ornstein 
Nancy Reale 
Michelle Rimkie 
Shannon Spurlock 







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Class of '93: Pr 
Tres. Alec Hop 
Bridget Kochei 
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es. David Ritter, V.P. Scott Israel, 
mayer. Sec. Joan Scuterud ,Reps; 
•, Joe Lasek, Jennifer DeBetten- 
Aiello 



Association 



Alumni 




With two years under our 
belts, the A.R.C. staff along 
with the office of student 
activities is working dili- 
gently to do the finishing 
touches around the A.R.C. 
What was once a dirty 
cellar with one purpose is 
now a multi functional 
facility which succeeds in 
its primary goal; accom- 
modating the many needs 
of the Curry College Com- 
munity. 



From Quiet Coffee 
House Concerts to the Loud 
Wild Pub Nights, from an 
Educational Training Center, 
to a Private Catered Party the 
A.R.C. is able to transform 
with in minutes. The A.R.C. 
not only serves its many pur- 
poses, but enriches the co- 
curricular structure of the 
college. 

It is our hope that in the 
coming years the A.R.C. will 



Recre 



continue to grow and become 
one of the campus' most 
prominent meeting places. 

I would like to send out 
a special thanks to the Main- 
tenance and Cafeteria staffs, 
Cheryl Deutsch, Kim 
Sweeney, a terrific A.R.C. 
staff and all those who sup- 
port our efforts. Thanks for 
a Fantastic year! 

Kristine O'Brien 




Ltion 





Center 



Alcohol 




Scott Samson. Jaiquie Zajac, Sharjn Ka/arian, Kris Roposo, Denise DeSimone,, 
Debbie Dcdin, Andrea Cappella. Mike \ entiinijj;lia, Kristine O'Brien, Neel 
Soutliwick.Mark Catanzaritc, Bill Lean, Rob Vlunro 



Be 



The Alcohol Beverage Committee 
(A.B.C.) at Curry College is responsible 
for approving, supervising, serving, and 
regulating all alcohol present at func- 
tions on the campus. This year's group 
was very diverse in the many other or- 
ganizations its members found them- 
selves involved in. They budgeted their 
time vrell, however, and pulled together 
as one of the most responsible and cohe- 
sive staffs yet. A.B.C. even sponsored 
some events for themselves to purchase 
polo staff shirts to compliment their 
rugby's! A very hardworking, aware, 
and responsible group of students, the 
A.B.C. staff was led by student supervi- 
sors and co-chairpersons Jacqueline 
Zajac and Scott Samson, and supervi- 
sors Debra Dolin, Cynthia Lennon, and 
Gayle McMillan. Other staff members 
include Andrea Cappella, Marc Catan- 
zarite, Edrick Deery, Denise DeSimone, 
Gregory Grogan, Sharyn Kazarian, Joe 
Lasek, Kim McNulty, Rob Munro, 
Kristine O'Brien, Brian O'Sullivan, 
Kris Raposo, Neel Southwick, and Mi- 
chael Ventimiglia. 





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Committee 




John Wolk, Beth Shunian, Hrian O'SuIlivan, Advisor ("her>l Deutsch. Chair. Debbie 
Dolin, Kristine O'Brien, Rob Munro, John Krebs, Advisor Kim Sweeney 



The 1989-1990 program 
board was made up of 
several diverse individu- 
als working together to- 
wards a common goal. 
This goal was to plan ac- 
tivities campus wide and 
present them to the Curry 
College Community. This 
took a lot of creativity, 
team work and many long 
hours. I feel the program 
board did an excellent job 
this year and in turn made 
programming a big suc- 
cess. 



Program 



A Woodstock revival week- 
end began the year and we 
went out just as strong by 
ending the year with a Spring 
Fling weekend featuring 
"The Stompers". There were 
many other events that de- 
serve recognition; Sunday 
Snack Bar Cinema, Curry 
College Comedy Experiment 
series, the Cafe. Party featur- 
ing "The Sense", Game Show 
week, and of course many 
Tuesday Night A.R.C. 
Nights. 



Being a member of Program 
Board has been exciting, 
challenging and an experi- 
ence I would never trade. I 
hope future boards have as 
much success and MORE!!! 
Always remember that no 
matter how dark the sky may 
be, there is always a rainbow 
waiting to appear. 

Thank you, 
Debbie Dolin 
Chairperson, 
Program Board 




Board 





AERho/ WMLN 



1990 marked the 15th An- 
niversary of WMLN-FM. 
To commemorate the oc- 
casion the radio station 
welcomed the up and com- 
ing band Map of the 
World, to Curry College. 
Other activities have in- 
cluded; a "Community 
Awareness Week", live re- 
motes, double shot week- 
ends, and congratulatory 
spots from WMLN 
alumni. 

To enhance the cele- 
bration, 91.5 FM won As- 
sociated Press Awards in 
both news and sports cov- 
erage for the third year in a 
row and a national award 
in news from AERho, the 
Honorary Broadcasting 
Society. 

As usual, WMLN- 
FM continues its Award 
Winning Waves! 




Currier Times 




The start of the fall semester of 1989 
also marked the emergence of sev- 
eral new projects and organiza- 
tions. Although the Currier Times 
is not new to Curry, since its year 
long sabbatical, the newspaper has 
undergone a facelift with the help of 
the Student Government Associa- 
tion. New editors, new staff, a new 
advisor, and a new office all con- 
tributed to create a fresh look for 
Curry College's monthly newspa- 
per. 



Editor in Chief 
Managing Editor 
Layout / Design Editor 
News Editor 
Features Editor 
Sports Editor 
Staff Writers 



Staff Photographers 



Faculty Advisor 



Patricia Reidy 
Ted Lavash 
Steve Grudziecki 
Colleen Horan 
Mary Kay Kuliesh 
Matt Winkler 

Marcia Andrews, 
M.T. Campbell, 
Eric Coldwell, 
Mark Jones, 
Rosemary Mulligan 
Katy Pryor, 
Jonathan Sakey 

James Alvord 
Carl Bambina 

Vickie Carr 









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Commuter 



This association provides 
Commuter students with a 
support network to build 
relationships between 
commuters and resident 
students. We also make the 
students aware of what 
facilities are available to 
them on campus for both 
academics and social pur- 
poses. In addition to these 
items, the Commuter 
Council holds several 
fund-raising activities dur- 
ing the year. 




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International 




The objectives and purposes 
of this club are to provide 
members from different eth- 
nic and cultural back- 
grounds a mutual respect 
and appreciation of both 
their similarities and their 
differences. We also provide 
foreign students a sense of 



group belonging while being 
so far from home. Within 
this group atmosphere we at- 
tempt to share and enrich the 
cultural diversity of the 
Curry community with eth- 
nic dance, art and music pro- 
grams throughout the year. 



Club 



Project Share 



Project Share started out 
as a dream for Sally Snow- 
man and Diane Goss. 
They decided that they 
would talk to some of their 
students to see what they 
thought of the idea. Every- 
one they spoke with loved 
the idea and that was the 
beginning of Project 
Share on November 1st 
1988. 

When we started 
out we only had a handful 
of members, and now we 
have over sixty members. 
Also, we volunteer our 
time on theSoup Kitchen's 
Hotline, tutoring inner 
city students and aiding 
the physically handi- 
capped. We now have 
seven off campus affili- 
ations with future pros- 
pects for others. In those 




places, students, faculty and 
staff worked together bak- 
ing desserts for the Long Is- 
land Shelter, donating and 
collecting clothes and food 
and much more. 



Project Share wishes 
the Class of 1990 the best of 
luck in future endeavors. 

President, 

Aimee BethColgan 

& Advisor 

Sally Snowman 



S.O.H.L. 



The topic of conversation, cu- 
riosity and controversy for 
the past semester has been 
Support of Homosexual Life 
or S.O.H.L., as the once con- 
servative Curry campus 
adopts a liberal cause. 

After flyers were dis- 
tributed, SOHL met on Wed- 
nesday, September 27 for the 
first time with a group of 20 to 
30 students in attendance, 
the group organizer, 20 year 
old Stacey Harris, felt that 
the "outcome and support 
was positive and 
strong",despite some adverse 
reactions from some class- 
mates preceeding the meet- 
ing. Wednesdays meeting was 
an informational gathering 
where men and women 
learned what would be dis- 



cussed at future meetings. 
The meetings are for homo- 
sexual, bisxual, and hetero- 
sexual people to become edu- 
cated, to listen, to support, 
and learn from one another. 
Harris described the 
necessity of having an outlet 
for gay adults. The overall 
student's reaction to SOHL is 
mixed. While some feel that 
the club is a valuable asset, 
others are not comfortable 
with the idea. Senior Lisa 
Lieberman states, "I think 
it's fantastic, it was about 
time it was done, it's proba- 
bly going to cause some prob- 
lems because people can't 
always accept other lifestyles. 
But it will keep people in- 



formed in the long 
run." 

Some female 
members of SOHL told 
of being harassed with 
derogatory and ob- 
scene comments at din- 
ner the night of the first 
SOHL meeting. In re- 
sponse to that Stacey 
Harris said, "By ac- 
knowledging this 
group it forces people 
to look inward at them- 
selves and their own 
sexuality and thats 
scary for them." 



Hillel 



Hillel is a group that lets Jew- 
ish students meet one an- 
other, and gives them the 
opportunity to participate in 
Jewish activities. Hillel is a 
nationwide organization that 
supports Israel. 

The activities that Hillel 
participates in are religious 
services, social programs, Is- 
raeli folk dancing, lectures, 
activities on behalf of Israel, 
and holiday celebrations. 

Curry Hillel has partici- 



pated in events such as leadership 
conferences, a dance at Boston 
University, going to an Israeli 
restaurant, and Friday night din- 
ners. 

On the executive board for 
this year were Beth Shuman, 
President; Sue Goldstein, Advi- 
sor; Marc Pupa, Vice-President; 
Marc Pupa, Treasurer; Naomi 
Pasternak, Calendar Editor; and 
Linda Shapiro, 
Secretary. 




Awards Night 



ACADEMIC A WARDS 

Sears Roebuck Teacher Excellence Award 

Jerry Touger 

Broadcasting Award 

Gail MacMillan, Todd Zoppo, Eric Coldwell 

Communications Award 

Michelle Stamm 

Theater Arts Award 

Jim Cronin 

English and Poetry Award 

Mark Gentilli 

Education Award 

Colleen Murphy 

Advanced Studies Program Award 

David Norris 

The Field Experience Achievements Award 

Kim Brown 

Fine and Applied Arts Award 

Michael Samnartano 

Journalism Award 

Patricia Reidy 

Business Management Award 

Kim Brown 

Sociology Award 

Karen Redman, Denise Pelrine, Laurena Fenwick 

Woman's Studies Award 

Karen Redmon 

Nursing Awards 

Susan Barrier, Pat Rizzo, Karen Parafoley 

Psychology Award 

Janet DiBara, Jill Roffman, 

SCHOLARSHIPS 

Class of 1985 Scholarship 

Tim Monahan 

John Stuart Hafer Memorial Scholarship 

Mary Kay Kuliesh, Kristine O'Brien 

Joseph and Frieda Drapkin Scholarship 

Scott Samson, Amy Colgan 



Robert C. Smith Memorial Scholarship 

John O'Connor 

The GeorgeKennedy Memorial Scholarship 

JoAnne Shay 

The Publicover Scholarship 

Tim Monahan 

Gladys Martinez Memorial Scholarship 

Cindy Messer 

Dean Cecil Rose Scholarship 

Robert Dioguardi 

Edward H. Hastings Memorial Scholarship 

Barry Greenman, Kristin Murray 

Thomas Radley Scholarship 

Mary Beth Mattie 

Leeder Sandler Scholarship 

Paul Shrohan 

COLLEGE COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARDS 

Administrative Achievement Award 

Dante Germanotta 

Faculty Achievements 

Ron Warners, George Wharton 

Office Employees Award 

Marilyn Gould, Delores Lombardi 

Outstanding Female Athlete of the Year 

Lisa Sebastyn 

Outstanding Male Athlete of the Year 

Bill Shaughnessy 

Barbara Pettingill Award 

Margaret Strange 

Outstanding Resident Student 

Denise DeSimone 

Outstanding Resident Assistant 

Kim Brown 

Commuter Council 

Beth Shuman, Janice Kenney 

Outstanding Achievement in Student Leadership 

Karen Redmon 

Person of the Year 

Lee Harrington 



Curry Theatre 





Many changes are evident in Curry 
Theater as the cast and crew prepare for 
their spring production of Moliere's 
"The Doctor in Spite of Himself. 

This action packed slap sticl(, 
three act comedy is set in 17th century 
France and is the first classic done by 
Curry Theater. According to Debra- 
Lee Garren, Director of theater, this 
play is different from last semester's 
show, "The Odd Couple". "That play 
was definitely a senior show, mostly 
represented by the graduating class. 
We're certainly trying to make the tran- 
sition, and we have lots of new faces on 
and behind the scenes, and we're pretty 
excited about that," Garren said. 
Stephanie Aliski, Chris Dacunto, John 
Wolk. J.R. Ellis and Karen Schmidt are 
among the new faces to be featured from 
our "very promising freshmen and 
sophomore classes ", according to Gar- 
ren. 

This show combines people like 
Sharyn Kazarian, who is taking her 
first few steps on stage, to people like 
Tommy Gebbia who is looking into a 
Master of Fine Arts program in acting. 
Gebbia and Gordon Healy lead the cast 
with fellow veterans, Tim Monahan, 
John Sevigny, Jeff Taylor, Cara Gizia- 
relli and Mike Gilman. 

While recreating the market 
place theater of 17th century France, 
cast and crew members are also experi- 
menting with a "thrust" stage which is 
surrounded by the audiance on three 
sides. Production manager Paula Jas- 
per and production stage manager 
Robert Dioguardi, bring their profes- 
sional theater skills and experience to 
Curry enhancing the versatility of the 
theater program. 

The acting program is alive 
and well at Curry, according to Garren, 
who says it is, "very promising and 
exciting, but we have a long way to go." 
Theater is not just acting. Technical 



aspects, such as lighting and sound, and 
business aspects, such as house manage- 
ment and publicity are necessary in order 
to pack the house and make the show suc- 
cessful. 

"The final product is not just 
what the audience sees, but it is all the 
people who put in the time, effort and 
energy into making the show work," Di- 
ogurdi concluded. 




Curry Affiliations 



Located just twenty miles away yet far removed from the 
serene and lush wooded landscape of Curry's main campus is 
a unique satellite campus that proudly bears the Curry College 
symbol and colors- within the small confines of a single locked 
classroom. Initially founded in 1984 under Curry's Justice 
Education Program, the baccalaureate degree program has 
been an outstanding success in providing prisioner/students 
the opportunity to think, to learn, to change, to enrich and to 
enlighten their perspectives and lives while incarcerated at the 
state prision in Walpole, Mass.. 

Despite the great many obstacles and adversities en- 
countered in offering a college curriculum inside of a maxi- 
mum security prison setting, the Curry faculty has been a 
shining star and deserves much recognition for their efforts to 
nuture the independent ability of students to think. An educa- 
tor once stated that, "Self-development does not come until 
cognition precedes it." By providing a quality learning envi- 
ronment at Walpole, the Curry faculty has enabled the pris- 
oner/students to think beyond themselves from a more global 
perspective while simultaneously creating a keen sense of self- 
awareness and growth that opens the doors to a new under- 
standings about themselves and their world- that ultimately 
stretches far beyond the classroom and prison setting. 

Contrary to public beliefs; most prisoners do possess 
a marked ability, capacity and desire to learn and change. 
Education, like anything worth having, requires great effort, 
and obtaining an education from behind prison bars is an ex- 
perience in diligence that would be virtually uncomprehen- 
sible to most students and faculty on campus. The overall atri- 
tion rate is high- approximately 65 % of the students who enroll 
each semester fail to complete the term for a wide variety of 
reasons such as: prison lock-downs, transfers, lack of support 
services, disciplinary infractions, poor availability of research 
and reference materials, etc. In addition there is the agnostic 
attitude of the prison staff towards students taking college level 
courses which fosters a real sense of hostility between the 
students and the prison administration. But for the few 
students who manage to overcome these many obstacles, the 
rewards are tremendous, not only for these individual men and 
their families, but for society as well. A comprehensive quality 
education provides the essential skills necessary to become an 
independent and productive member of society. 

As of June, 1990, ten men have graduated from the 
Curry Justice Education Program and received their bachelor 
of Arts degrees. Recent statistics have shown that the recidi- 
vism rate for men released from prison with a college degree is 
zero. Would others please take notice that perhaps the only 
way to offer incarcerated men/women a better life without 
doubt, the B.A. degree program at Walpole has been a positive 
and motivating force in many lives and has shown once again 
that education is the foundation and catalyst for change. The 
spirit and idea of the J.E.P. does work and can shorten consid- 
erably the long journey to wisdom and understanding. Curry 
College has upheld in the finest tradition the standards of aca- 
demic excellence with the Justice Education Program at 
M.C.I. Walpole. 

Kenneth Wightman 
Class of 1989 




Time 

Thoughts fly beyond the mindy 

A second, minute, hour, 

Day, week, and year, 

The thousand cuts of time. 

This room where I write. 

This room in time 

Where dreams die. 



Lonnie L. Gilchrist, Jr 



Mens Football 




Christopher Baker 


Keith White 


Peter Barry 


Jason Zeif 


Steve Belsanti 


Keith Nelson 


Todd Campo 


George Knowell 


John Costello 


Joel Nucci 


Robert Delaney 


Kevin O'Connell 


Robert Evangelista 


Robert Pagel 


Jim Farley 


Dave Perotti 


Joe Fitzgerald 


Richard Phipps 


Kyle Green 


Brad Pindel 


Rob Greene 


Matt Pollack 


Jay Handfield 


Frank Reardon 


Steve Harvey 


Robert Reardon 


Jeff Hastings 


Chris Rozzi 


Tom Holmes 


Bryan Ryder 


Mike Joyce 


August Savarese 


Tim Lennon 


Ray Schiavo 


Jason Lipman 


Bill Shaughnessy 


Dave Littlefield 


John Studley 


John Markey 


Jeff Vacco 


Tom Marag 


Matt Wade 


Ken McComb 
Steve MgGaughey 
Doug McGrath 
Franco Musto 


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John Doherty 
John Baker 
Peter Chella 
Gerald Morelli 




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George Putnam 




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Gerald Varnum 



With the leadership of senior captains Bill Shaughnessy, 
Frank Reardon, Jeff Hastings and Ray Schiavo, the team 
proved to be one of the finest in Curry's history. Despite 
injuries and much adversity, the Colonels finished with 
a fine 7-2 mark. Coming in third place in the very 
competitive, North Division of the New England Football 
Conference. 

Once again several Colonels received recognition 
for their outstanding achievements. Bill Shaughnessy 
received first team All- N.E.F.C. as well as the Gold 
Helmet Award. Tim Lennon and Kevin O'Connell also 
received first team All- N.E.F.C. as well as first team All- 
Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference, E.C.A.C, New 
England. Both Tim and Kevin were also honored with 
All- American Accolades. Another valuable player, Jeff 
Hastings received second team E.C.A.C. honors. 

In addition to these outstanding seniors were Joe 
Fitzgerald, Chris Baker, Jofn Studley, Steve Harvey, 
Rich Phipps and Bob Evangalista that contributed to the 
team's great success. 




Schedule 



Mass. Maritime 


Curry 


29 


Westfield St. 7 


Curry 


10 


Plymouth St. 31 


Curry 


2 


Lowell St. 31 


Curry 


14 


U.Mass/Boston 14 


Curry 


37 


Fitchburg St. 6 


Curry 


42 


Maine Maritime 23 


Curry 


31 


Nichols College 13 


Curry 


19 



Womens Soccer 



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Heather Elliott 
Mary Ellen Kennedy 
Heather Lawless 
Rebecca Johnson 
Danielle Jezyk 
Kelly Lawlor 
Jessica Ringwood 
Andrea Zeigler 
Chris Spinney 
Moira Hogan 
Tarray Meyer 
Rachel Redding 
Lori Fulton 
Kristin Banks 
Ellen Ward 
Chris Whelan 
Rachel Kinsella 
Jacquie Zajac 
Karen Keating 
Sue Barriere 
Kim Brown 
Diane Monkiewicz 

Coaches 
G.T. Wright 
Patti Zollner 



The 1989 Women's Soccer Team's record was not a clear 
indicator of all the hard work each player put into the 
season. The team was captained by seniors Diane Monk- 
iewicz, Sue Barriere, and Kim Brown, all three seniors 
had initially hoped for a winning season, nonetheless the 
new friends made and team spirit among the players 
provided for many memories. 

G.T. Wright, in his second season as head coach, 
challenged the players to do their best every day of the sea- 
son. Assisting Coach Wright was Patti Zollner, former 
Curry Soccer player and All- American. Assistant Coach 
Zollner offered the team the opportunity to learn new 
skills and techniques. 

The three captains would like to thank the coaches 
and the players. The skill and talent the underclassmen 
possess will give the team the potential to go far in the 

future. Best of luck! 



Schedule 


Southern Maine 2 


Curry 


Brandeis Univ. 4 


Curry 1 


Smith College 2 


Curry 6 


W.N.E. College 1 


Curry 3 


Salem St. 2 


Curry 


Framingham St. 1 


Curry 5 


Colby College 3 


Curry 1 


Southeastern 2 


Curry 1 


E. Connecticut 2 


Curry 


M.I.T. 3 


Curry 2 


Plymouth St. 5 


Curry 1 


Regis College 


Curry 3 


Bates College 2 


Curry 


Bridgewater St. 3 


Curry 


Tufts Univ. 1 


Curry 


Skidmore 4 


Curry 1 


Hartwick 4 


Curry 1 


Wheaton 2 


Curry 6 


Clark Univ. 1 


Curry 0/o.t. 




Mens Soccer 




Doug Barresi 
Kenny Briggs 
John Nugent 
Alex Mooney 
Phillip Keddy 
Erik Carlson 
Todd Plourde 
Geoff Scammel 
Tim Monahan 
Tony D'Angelo 
Sean Quinn 
Matt Sullivan 
Mark Pavano 
Matt Batteille 
Felix Modestein 
Frankie Young 
Jeff Roucque 
Chris Parsons 
Matt Belcastro 

Coaches 
Peter Vasiliadis 
Chris Panell 





Stonehill College3 


Curry 





Roger Williams 1 


Curry 


2 


U.S. Cst. Guard 5 


Curry 




Wheaton 


Curry 




Brandeis Univ. 3 


Curry 




Tufts Univ. 3 


Curry 




Sliidmore 2 


Curry 




Lemoyne 2 


Curry 





Salve Regina 3 


Curry 





New England 7 


Curry 


3 


Nichols College/postponed 




Wentworth Inst. 


Curry 


4 


Emerson 


Curry 


4 


Fitchburg St. 1 


Curry 





M.I.T. 4 


Curry 





Wentworth Inst. 2 


Curry 


4 


(C.C.C.) 






New England 1 


Curry 





(C.C.C.) 






Gordon College 8 


Curry 


1 


(C.C.C.) 







Womens Tennis 





Mens Basketball 





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J.J. Sakey 
Kevin O'Connell 
Richard Homan 
Nick Stricklin 
Shawn Fitsgerald 
Richard Phipps 
Andrew Whitely 
Steve Siciiiano 
Brian Neville 
Ken McComb 
Steve Harvey 

Coaches 
Gerald Morelli 
Jeff Dillon 






Schedule 



Babson College 103 


Curry 


80 


^ Fitchburg St. 87 


Curry 


66 


U.S.Cst Guard 82 


Curry 


59 


Tufts Univ. 102 


Curry 


83 


Emerson 53 


Curry 


100 


Fitchburg St. 71 


Curry 


70 


Suffolk Univ. 84 


Curry 


66 


Brandeis Univ. 73 


Curry 


42 


Anna Maria 72 


Curry 


65 


Bridgewater St. 106 


Curry 


67 


Ahmerst College86 


Curry 


69 


Nichols College 107 


Curry 


85 


M.I.T. 76 


Curry 


74 


Gordon CoUege 57 


Curry 


62 


Roger Williams 61 


Curry 


52 


Wentworthlnst.79 


Curry 


71 


Salve Regina 65 


Curry 


52 


Framingham St. 78 


Curry 


61 


Nevi' England 78 


Curry 


76 


Anna Maria 109 


Curry 


83 


Gordon CoUege 85 


Curry 


74 


Roger Williams 82 


Curry 


75 


Emerson 68 


Curry 


110 


Wentworthlnst.81 


Curry 


106 


Salve Regina 67 


Curry 


64 


Anna Maria 72 


Curry 


64 



Womens Basketball 




Woman's Basketball 



14 
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22 
23 
24 
30 
31 
32 
33 
35 



Nancy Monroe 
Colleen Horan 
Jen DeBettencourt 
Mary Ellen Kennedy 
Diane Monkiewicz 
Sharon Burnieka 
Tracy Henaghan 
Lisa Sebastyn 
Kristin Gliga 
Pia Corona 



Head Coach Richard Kelly 
Asst. Coach Terri Mulliken 
Trainer Phil Genatossio 

Athletic Trainer Thomas Stephens 
Admin. Asst. Lorna Boonstra 





Schedule 



U.S. Cst Guard 


58 


Curry 


62 


Tufts Univ. 


87 


Curry 


56 


Emerson 


83 


Curry 


34 


Fitchburg State 


67 


Curry 


70 


Babson 


62 


Curry 


63 


E. Nazarene 


49 


Curry 


53 


Anna Maria 


56 


Curry 


58 


Worchester St. 


64 


Curry 


48 


Gordon College 


55 


Curry 


57 


Framingham St. 


51 


Curry 


75 


Regis College 


47 


Curry 


63 


Roger Williams 


38 


Curry 


62 


Wentworth Inst. 


30 


Curry 


69 


Salve Regina 


62 


Curry 


47 


Elms College 


56 


Curry 


68 


New England 


60 


Curry 


67 


Nichols College 


49 


Curry 


52 


Anna Maria 


57 


Curry 


39 


Regis College 


53 


Curry 


67 


Roger Williams 


54 


Curry 


64 


U/Mass. Boston 


43 


Curry 


70 


Wentworth Inst. 


34 


Curry 


78 


Salve Regina 


53 


Curry 


47 


Wentworth Inst. 


34 


Curry 


78 


Anna Maria 


62 


Curry 


75 


(C.C.C.) 








Salve Regina 


56 


Curry 


61 


(C.C.C.) 








Brandeis Univ. 


70 


Curry 


48 


(C.C.C.) 









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Curry College Hockey Team 








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Eric Coldwell 








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Lou Coppola 








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John McAdams 


22 


Bill Doherty 




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Alex Santilli 


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James Misakian 


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Vincent Aiello 


29 


Joe Circcarallo 




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Gary Marino 


30 


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Lou Sideropoulos 


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Jay Lupo 




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John Langone 




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Kevan Joyce 




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Glen Dempsey 




Joe McGlynn 






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Ed McVeigh 




Bob Barry 




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Kevin Mclnerny 








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Dana Brown 






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Anthony Giannino 


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Kevin Scully 


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John Studley 


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Shawn Ryan 


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Mark Jones 








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Geneseo State 8 


Curry 4 


U. Connecticut 5 


Curry 5 


Framingham St 3 


Curry 8 


Fitchburg State 8 


Curry 3 


Assumption 2 


Curry 4 


Stonehill 1 


Curry 7 


Bentley College 2 


Curry 2 


U. Alabama 11 


Curry 2 


U. Alabama 7 


Curry 2 


Plymouth State 3 


Curry 4 


New Hampshire 3 


Curry 4 


Plattsbury State 14 


Curry 1 


U/Mass. Boston 11 


Curry 2 


Canisius College 8 


Curry 3 


St. Michaels 3 


Curry 4 


Southern MaineS 


Curry 4 


Chowder Cup 9 


Curry 8 


Chowder Cup 6 


Curry 3 


Lake Forest 5 


Curry 


Amherst Colleges 


Curry 8 


G. Adolphus 6 


Curry 3 


Tufts University 6 


Curry 7 


Southeastern U. 3 


Curry 2 


Worcester State 1 


Curry 17 


Suffolk Univ. 7 


Curry 8 


Roger Williams 5 


Curry 4 


Nichols College 5 


Curry 4 


Assumption 8 


Curry 7 




Womens Softball 




Jo- Anne Shea 
Mikhael Bonnet 
Krisitn Barcelou 
Diane Lombardi 
Colleen Horan 
Deanne Spelman 
Denise Foley 
Patricia Leary 
Amy Valliancourt 
Krisitn Blake 
Karin Lewis 
Jaquelan Crimmins 
Theresa Glebus 
Eleanor Taylor 
Jessica Walsh 
Donna Murphy 
Kim McNulty 
Mary Riepe 
Jessica Ringwood 
Susan McClure 

Coach 
Bob Ferri 




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Gordon College 
Gordon College 
Emmanuel College 
Bryant College 
Regis College 
Wentworth Inst. 
Roger Williams 
Nichols College 
Framingham State 
U. S. Coast Guard 
U. S. Coast Guard 
Suffolk University 



Mens Baseball 




Mens Tennis 




Richard Toledano 
David Couglilin 
Carl Friedman 
John McAdams 
Gavin Spittle 
Andrew Rosenthal 
Mike Russo 
Toten Comas-Bacardi 
Harold Foster 
Greg Cohen 

Coach 

Mark Bowman 




Schedule 



Salem ST. 6 Curry 3 

Wentworth Inst. 3 Curry 6 

U/Mass. Boston 9 Curry 

Worchester St. 2 Curry 7 

New England 4 Curry 5 

Gordon College 4 Curry 5 

Bridgewater St. 4 Curry 4 

Stonehill 9 Curry 

Suffolk Univ. 4 Curry 5 
Emerson College/default 

Anna Maria Curry 9 

Southeastern 6 Curry 3 

Roger Williams 5 Curry 4 



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Mens Lacrosse 




JamesAlvord 
Chris Baker 
Michael Farraher 
Joseph Fitzgerald 
Douglas Koza 
Patrick Lattuca 
Judd Levine 
Kenneth McComb 
George Knowell 
John O'Connor 
Stoddard Oliver 
Scott Perrin 
Jared Sturner 
Peter Rouse 
Paul Thurmond 
Edwin Welch 
Dave Steffenhagen 
Joe Lasek 
Richard King 
John Curley 

Coaches 
Joe Smith 
Tim Drummey 




Rugby 




The game of rugby is one of the oldest and most widely known games 
in the world. It is avidly played in England, Ireland, New Zealand and 
Australia. Now in America, there has been a revival of rugby on the 
college level. The Curry College Rugby Football Club testifies to this 
fact. 

The Curry Gamecocks began in 1984 as a small unstructured 
group of enthusiasts. This group, led by John Vassalo, started playing 
alongside M.I.T., however this partnership would not last long. By 
1985, the Gamecocks had established its own place at Curry and joined 
the American Rugby Association. The team has remained a club at 
Curry since then enjoying the freedom that a club offers while uphold- 
ing the traditions of the sport. 

This past season the Gamecocks boasted a back bone of expe- 
rienced players such as Captain, Paul Pagnuco, President, Rob Jones, 
Treasurer. Mark Catazarite and Social Director, Dan O'Leary. These 
players led bj veteran coach Tim Lee and supported by experienced as 
well as incoming freshmen players made up the 1990 Curry Game- 
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such an outstanding season. We enjoved traveling to all of 
the away games, especially to Maine Maitime. 

We would like to thank Coach Doherty, Mrs. IJoon- 
stra and the football team fot their support for their support 
and recognition. 

The t>\o captains. .len Scordino and Michelle (ii- 
bson, would also like to thank the cheerleaders for all of their 
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Faculty 



JANE ADELIZZI (1985) 

Assistant Professor, P.A.L. 

C. ALAN ANDERSON (1966) 

Professor of Philosophy and Religion 

JOSEPH ARSENAULT (1980) 

Assistant Professor, P.A.L. 

MARIA BACIGALUPO (1977) 

Associate Professor, P.A.L. 

FRANKLIN P. BATDORF (1961) 

Professor of English (Emeritus) 

M. ELAINE BERNIER (1980) 

Asso. Prof. and Tech Services Librarian 

EDWARD S. BRADFORD (1985) 

Assistant Professor, P.A.L. 

ROGER A. BUMP (1960 

Assistant Professor of Communication 

NANCY BURREL (1981) 

Assistant Professor of Education 

THOMAS P. BYRNE (1979) 

Assistant Professor of Psychology 

LINDA CALDWELL (1983) 

Associate Professor of Nursing 

ROBERT W. CARDEN (1970) 

Professor of Politics and History 

HARLENE CAROLINE (1978) 

Associate Professor of Nursing 

KATHLEEN A. CASSIDY (1984) 

Assistant Professor, P.A.L. 

DONNA CATALDO (1973) 

Associate Professor, P.A.L. 

CARL J. COOPER (1969) 

Professor of Psychology 

MARY ANN CORCORAN (1983) 

Assistant Professor of Nursing 

PAUL DIBARA (1984) 

Assisting Proffesor of Applied Computing 

HIRAM J. EVANS (1965) 

Professor of Biology (Emeritus) 

VASILIKI FATOURAS (1987) 

Associate Prof, of Business Management 

JOSEPH FINN (1976) 

Associate Prof, of Business Management 

BARBARA FOURNIER (1974) 

Professor of Psychology 

ALAN H. FRANK (1977) 

Assistant Professor of Communication 

DEBRA LEE GARREN (1985) 

Associate Professor of Communication 

DANTE J. GERMANOTTA (1974) 

Professor of Sociology 

DIANE GOSS (1985) 

Assistant Professor, P.A.L. 

ALLAN C. GREENBERG (1970) 

Professor of History 

BEATRICE J. GUILMETTE (1979) 

Assistant Professor of Physical Education 

PETER C. HAINER (1976) 

Associate Professor of Anthropology 



JOHN E. HILL (1969) 

Professor of Politics and History 

GERALD D. HILYARD (1968) 

Associate Professor of Psychology 

JOHN HOVORKA (1969) 

Professor of Physics 

ALLAN HUNTER (1986) 

Associate Professor of English 

LINDA L. JAR VIS (1981) 

Associate Professor of Nursing 

INDAR R. KAMAL (1963) 

Associate Professor of Physics 

JAMES A. KAUFMAN (1977) 

Professor of Chemistry 

SANFORD KAYE 

Associate Professor of English 

ROBERT L. KEIGHTON (1966) 

Professor of Politics and History 

JUDITH E. KENNEDY (1974) 

Assistant Professor of Education 

CATHARINE B. KING (1983) 

Asst. Prof. and Director of Levin Library 

NICHOLAS J. KRACH (1979) 

Assistant Professor of Communication 

ELIZABETH C. KUDZMA (1977) 

Professor of Nursing 

ANN LEVIN (1971) 

Associate Professor of Sociology 

WILLIAM E. LITTLEFIELD, JR. (1976) 

Associate Professor of English 

MARLENE A. LUNDVALL (1968) 

Professor of Fine and Applied Arts 

MARVIN L. MANDELL (1969) 

Professor of English 

MARY A. MANNING (1983) 

Assistant Professor of Nursing 

CLAIRE D. MARANDA (1977) 

Associate Professor of Nursing 

KATHLEEN B. McCANN (1962) 

Prof, of Fine and Applied Arts (Emeritus) 

ALTA F. McDonald (1979) 

Associate Professor of Sociology 

LUCILLE c. McLaughlin (i988) 

Associate Professor of Communication 
KATHLEEN A. HAGERMAN MILLER 
(1981) Associate Professor of Nursing 
NORMA C. MORGAN (1983) 
Professor of Business Management 
MARIE F. MURPHY (1978) 
Associate Professor, P.A.L. 
KAREN MUTCH-JONES (1987) 
Assistant Professor of Education 
SUSAN W. PENNINI (1984) 
Assistant Professor, P.A.L. 
SUSAN B.PRATT (1985) 
Assistant Professor, P.A.L. 
W. RUSSELL PREGEANT (1972) 
Professor of Philosophy and Religion 



KENNETH K. QUIGLEY, JR. (1985) 
Assistant Prof of Business Management 
CECIL H. ROSE (1963) 
Associate Professor of Religion (Emeritus) 
ELIZABETH S. RUBIN (1971) 
Associate Prof, of Fine and Applied Arts 
WILLIAM RUSSO (1980) 
Assistant Professor of English 
JAMES G. SALVUCCI (1965) 
Associate Prof .of Business Management 
JANICE RIPLEY SALVUCCI (1981) 
Assistant Prof . of Fine and Applied Arts 
MARLENE SAMUELSON (1982) 
Associate Professor of Biology 
PATRICIA J. SANTORO (1988) 
Assistant Professor of Foreign Languages 
JOSEPH L. SCHNEIDER (1968) 
Professor of English 
ALBERT SHERRING (1963) 
Associate Professor of Sociology 
ERNEST SILVER (1985) 
Associate Prof, of Business Management 
BRUCE D. STEINBERG (1974) 
Professor of Psychology 
THOMAS G. STEPHENS (1972) 
Instructor, Physical Education 
MARY ELLEN SULLIVAN (1977) 
Associate Professor of Nursing 
MARY M. SULLIVAN (1979) 
Assistant Professor of Mathematics 
JEROLD S. TOUGER (1974) 
Professor of Physics 
CHARLES H. TOWLE, JR. (1983) 
Associate Professor of Biology 
JOHN E. TRAMONDOZZI (1969) 
Professor of Chemistry 
CAROL A. WADELL (1971) 
Assistant Professor of Education 
RONALD H. WARNERS (1974) 
Professor of Fine and Applied Arts 
GERTRUDE M. WEBB (1969) 
Professor of Educations 
SAMUEL L. WEBB, H (1980) 
Assistant Professor, P.A.L. 
GEORGE C. WHARTON (1973) 
Professor of Communication 
MARY M. WIENERS (1978) 
Associate Professor of Nursing 
FRANCIS E. WILDEBOOR (1977) 
Associate Prof .of Fine and Applied Arts 
ELEANORE L. WILDER (1978) 
Instructor, Biology 



Senior Lecturers 



Lecturers 



RICHARD CHRYSTAL (1976) 

Business Management 

JEFFREY E. DilUGLIO (1984) 

English 

DAVID EZICKSON (1974) 

Education 

MARY ANN FERRANTE (1985) 

Applied Computing 

WILLIAM T. FLAVIN (1974) 

Fine and Applied Arts 

DONNA GOLDMAN (1976) 

Education 

CAROL HUDSON-MARTIN (1980) 

English 

DOUGLAS T. KOCH (1982) 

Fine and Applied Arts 

WILLIAM A. LEONARD (1984) 

Business Management 

JOEL LITVIN (1981) 

Communication 

MARILYN W. O'HARA (1981) 

English 

KATHLEEN RUSSELL (1984) 

Library 

JOAN CARR-SMITH (1983) 

Nursing 

MARY RYAN (1982) 

Library 

RUTH N. SPILLBERG (1984) 

Communication 

LAURIE WEISS (1982) 

Fine and Applied Arts 



RUSSELL AMINZADE (1988) 

Applied Computing 

RAUL J. ARTIGAS (1986) 

Spanish 

ANN MARIE BARRON (1985) 

Nursing 

PAUL BENOIT (1982) 

Applied Computing 

MARY CALLAHAN (1984) 

Mathematics 

VICKIE A. CARR (1988) 

English 

POLLY H. CARTER (1984) 

Education 

RICHARD CURRAN (1985) 

Lecturer, Applied Computing 

JEANNETTE DeJONG (1988) 

French 

DAVID DINGLEDY (1987) 

English 

LAWRENCE ELLE (1987) 

Sociology 

JEAN ENRIGHT (1987) 

MARY T. FLEMING (1980) 

Biology 

DIANE FORMAN (1988) 

CATHERINE GALLANT (1988) 

Fine and Applied Arts 

DONNA HALPER (1988) 

Communication 

CAROL C. HALPERN (1985) 

Biology 

GARY KELLEY (1983) 

Applied Computing 

NORMA JANE LANGFORD (1987) 

Communication 

RICHARD LECO (1987) 

Politics and History 

ERNEST MARCHI (1978) 

Business Management 

EDWARD MEEK (1985) 

English 

BRENDA MOORE-MILLER (1985) 

Fine and Applied Arts 

LESLIE PATTEN (1988) 

English 

ALAN M. RONKIN (1982) 

Psychology 

SCOTT SANDVIK (1981) 

Fine and Applied Arts 

MARILYN SCOTT (1988) 

Communication 

BARBARA SHOLES (1982) 

Fine and Applied Arts 

RICHARD J. SINNOTT (1985) 

Communication 

SALLY SNOWMAN (1987) 

ANN MARIE TODD (1982) 

English 



JOSHUA TOUSTER (1989) 
Fine and Applied Arts 
HAZEL L. VARELLA (1988) 
Politics and History 
LINDA WILLIAMS (1988) 



Associate Lecturers 



INA AMES (1988) Communication 

Communication ROBERT O. WHITE (1989) 

ELIZABETH BARKER(1990) English 

Sociology ALICE WILSON (1990) 

JOHN CARLSON (1987) Chemistry 

Communication 

JACK CLARK (1990) 

Education 

ROBERT COLLINS (1989) 

Mathematics 

J. PETER CORDELLA (1990) 

Sociology 

RICHARD DAGWAN (1989) 

Communication 

Steven M. Dolbin (1989) 

Fine and Applied Arts 

THOMAS J. GIOVANNIELLO, JR. (1987) 

Communication 

MICHAEL HENCH (1989) 

EngHsh 

JUDY HOCHBERG (1990) 

Fine and Applied Arts 

STEPHEN HOULDSWORTH 1988) 

Psychology 

RICHARD M. HUDAK, II (1989) 

Sociology 

PAULA JASPER (1989) 

Communication 

PATRICIA M. KELLIHER (1990) 

Nursing 

JANE KEPNER (1989) 

Communication 

ROBIN T.KLAR (1990) 

Nursing 

KATHLEEN M. LAWLER (1989) 

Nursing 

BEVERLY A. LOWERY (1987) 

Education 

CAROL L. McDERMOTT (1987) 

Nursing 

KEVIN McLATCHY (1989) 

Fine and Applied Arts 

WILLIAM L. MOCKBEE (1982) 

Communication 

ROBERT L. MURRAY (1990) 

Mathematics 

ELINOR M. NUGENT (1990) 

Nursing 

GUNTHER PRANITCH (1989) 

Applied Computing 

SANDRA PUTNAM (1988) 

Education 

JAMES SAMSON (1988) 

Education 

SAYIF M. SANYIKA (1990) 

Sociology 

BARBARA DARLING SMITH (1987) 

Philosophy 

PAUL T. SULLIVAN (1990) 

English 

JILL TEITELMAN (1989) 

English 

JAMES WALLIS (1990) 



Faculty and Staff 

Academic Advising 

Dir. Mary M. Sullivan 

Adm. As. Judy Jones 

Alumni/Parent Relations 

Dir. Karen Benson 

Jennie Grasso 

Delores Lombardi 

Admissions 

Dir. Dana DeNault 

Joyce Caruso 

Betsy Eckel 

Janice Ripley-Salvucci 

Bruce Weckworth 

Joyce Kelley 

Jan Morrissey 

Sandy Slarve 

Ann McDermott 

Athletics 

Dir. Thomas Stephens 

Adm. As. Lorna Boonstra 

Bea Guilmette 

Audio/Visual Services 

Dir. Nick Krach 

A/D Chris Giovaniello 

Bookstore 

Jim Peters 

Cafeteria 

Mgr. Rita Myers 

Helen Punchard 

Campus Safety 

Dir. Lee Harrington 

Bill Coughlin 

Todd Goldrick 

Jim O'Brien 

Chris Parrell 

Greg Fall 

Helena Skinner 

Richie Skinner 

Tim Morrill 

Bill Weed 

Rob Kierce 

Sal Morteo 

Lisa Johnson 

Joe Bosco 

Norm Barceleou 

Paul Jeanetti 

Steve Foley 

June Rau 

Campus Services 

Jack Vallely 

Career Planning 

Dir. Benjamin Hewit 

Janet DiBara 

Center for Life-Long Learning 

Dir. Donna Mae Donahue 

Roberta Leary 

Janet Gordon 

Coaching Staff 

Baseball - J.Vallely 



Basketball - Men's - G. Morelli 

Women's - J. Kelly 
Hockey - Kevin Duggan 
Lacrosse - J. Smith 
Soccer - Men's - P. Vasiliagads 

Women's - G.T.Wright 
Softball - R. Ferri 
Tennis - Men's - 

Women's - M. Samuelson 
Football - J. Dohert 
Communication Area 
Dir. George Wharton 
Adm. As. Paula Cabral 
Computer Center 
Dir. Gunther Pranitch 
Gordon Healy 
Eric Draper 
Computer Lab 
Dir. Paul DiBara 
Maryann Ferrante 
Conferences/Development 
Dir. Brian Vallely 
A/D Tim Peters 
Adm. As. Victoria Fleser 
Controller 
Elaine Millard 
Counseling Center 
Dir. Dr. Tom Byrne 
Rachel Ford 
Day Care Center 
Dir. Louise Atkins 
Catherine Bowen 
Eileen Thompson 
Dean's Office 
Adm. As. Bella Williams 
Division of Behaviorial Science 
Act. Chair Carl Cooper 
Adm. As. Gertrude Smith 
Division of Humanities 
Dr. George Wharton 
Adm. As. Paula Cabral 
Division of Nursing 
Dr. Elizabeth Kudzma 
Fannie Chung 
Paula Braman 
Division of Science 
Dr. John Tramandozzi 
Adm. As. Bernadette Mulkeen 
Division of Social Science 
Joseph Finn 

Adm. As. Virginia Henshaw 
Division of Student Life 
Dir. Judy Siggins 
A/D Elizabeth Bowman 
Adm. As. Betsy O'Donnell 
Essential Skills Center 
Dir. Sandy Kaye 
William Russo 
Field Experience Office 



Dir. Peter Hainer 
Financial Aid 
Dir. Maureen Lynch 
Jean Gibbons 
Joan Kroha 
Fine Arts 

Janice Ripley-Salvucci 
Health Clinic 
Laurette Fine-Genest 
Eileen Mills 
Librarv 

Dir. Catherine King 
Elaine Bernier 
Helen Howard 
Jane Lawless 
Donna Mayberry 
Myrtle Perkins 
Ted Rigby 
Kathy Russell 
Mary Ryan 
Gail Shank 
Anne Somerville 
Fred Tatro 
Machine Room 
Gabe Rice 
Mailroom 
Dir. Anthony Rizzo 
John 

Maintenence 
Dir. Bob O'Connell 
Adm. As. Janice Klehm 
P.A.L. Program 
Dir. Dr. Gertrude Webb 
Adm. As. Barbara 
Wilczewski 
Payroll 

Lois Matthews 
Norine Arsenault 
Personnel 

Dir. Virginia Fitzgerald- 
Swan 

President's Office 
Carol Wagner 
Louise Tucciarone 
Public Relations 
Dir. Joseph Hunter 
Tracey Palmer 
Elaine 
Purchasing 
Jack Vallely 
Re gistrar 

Dir. Allan Greenberg 
Shirley Richardson 
Susan Lombardi 
Student Activities 
Dir. Cheryl Deustch 
A/D Kim Sweeney 
Lois Wallace 
Telephone Services 
Charlotte Morrow 



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For starters: 

The Ed's 

Martha and Steve... 

Who made it through the entire summer of 1990 without any hesitation of killing 
each other over the how's and why's of the production of this yearbook. 

We hope you've enjoyed a refreshing and vibrant edition. It was a massive project 
and couldn't have been done without the help from... 

Judy for all the fun work. 

Mary Mary for support and time off. 

Summer '90 staff for listening to complainats and slowly watching Martha and Steve go temporarily 
insane over the gestault of a yearbook. Thanks go out to " Laser Girl " Beaner for all the typing and 
collecting she did. Jen and Nans for typing also. 

Lois 

Gabe 

Mrs. Boonstra 

The Computer Center 

Kim Sweeny and Cheryl D. 

Bets for creative summer distractions 

P.R. for the pictures and facts and life itself. 

The CD CM131 and Peter Gabriel's Passion 

Maryann for Keys to Martha and Steve's second home 

Dartmouth College's yearbook for an inspriration to creativity 

The Currier Times Staff (for all the work they did for us without knowing it) 




Steve - my right hand- for pens -insane crea- 
tions, utmost dedication, putting up with over- 
bearing Martha and her fits- giving excitement, 
support and inspiration to make this a positive 
experience. 

Martha - the one that searched and hunted for 
pictures, people, and story placement that all 
went into this yearbook. Thanks for knowing 
the Curry world and retrieving everything that 
was needed to complete this book. " Do you 
think we will survive the next one? " 




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A Day In A Life 
'90 Yearbook Staff 



Editors: 

Layout Design; 
Copy Writer: 
Art Design: 
Photo Editor: 
Illustrations Design: 



Advisors: 



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Cheryl Deutsch 



Photographers - 

Clark S. Linehan 
Joe Hunter 
Bridget Kocher 
Carl Bambina 
Bucky 

Kim Sweeney 
Ken Fanning 
James O'Rourke 
Carolyn K. 
Ann Soloman 
Greg 



Publisher: 
Jostens Publishing 
State College, PA 16803 
Liaison: 
Bob Murphy 

Photographer: 
Cambridge Studios 
Cambridge, MA 02140 
Liaison: 
Ed White