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There is no vision clearer,
no service greater,
no profession more dignified,
no work more rewarding,
than that of providing the best
possible educational opportunity
for each student.
-Mary Lou Toker
Since the late 1960's,
the Teacher Education Pro-
gram has been a significant
major within the college.
The Curry College
Teacher Education Program
is currently enjoying a note-
worthy increase in numbers
of students in Elementary
Education, Moderate Special
Needs and the Preschool Pro-
gram, with approximately
110 students taking part in
the various programs.
What has now
evolved into the Moderate
Special Needs Program,
started in 1969 as a program
to train "tutors" for Learn-
ing Disabled students. Ini-
tially this program was sepa-
rate and apart from the gen-
eral teacher education pro-
gram. Adults who generally
already possessed a
bachelor's degree were
trained in a two year part
time program, to work with
L.D. children. It was in the
early 1970's when this pro-
gram became a full part of
the college, and undergradu-
ate students w^ere accepted
into the training program.
Education Certification cov-
ered grades Kindergarten to
grade 8, and the Learning
Disability approval extended
through high school.
In the late 1970's and
early 80's, the State made nu-
merous changes in the re-
quirements for certification.
which had a major impact on our programs.
Elementary Education was restricted to grades
1-6, as it now continues to be. What had been an
approval for working with learning disabled
students, became a full program for teachers of
Children with Moderate Special Needs from
Nursery through grade 9. This Moderate Spe-
cial Needs certification also required that can-
didates also hold a certification for regular
It was also during the late 70's and
early 80's when our Preschool training pro-
gram was introduced. Students may choose
whether or not to combine this concentration
with certification in Elementary Education.
This program follows the requirements of the
State Office for Children, and allows our stu-
dents interested in working in preschool and
day care environments to qualify according to
Many of these changes at the State level
have shaped the nature of our programs, but
the philosophy, approach, individualization,
expansion past minimum requirements, etc.
have been developed by a dedicated faculty,
and administration over the years.
The program is very demanding (stu-
dents must take liberal arts courses along with
courses for the major, the program, and the
concentrations and often they are working in
the field which generates numerous assign-
ments in addition to work from courses), stu-
dents must be mature, determined, and dedi-
cated to succeed. They have to think beyond
their own needs and be emotionally available
to deal with the needs of children and their
families. They have to master basic skills, think
critically, and apply the knowledge they've
[earned in the Curry Classroom. They must
also be creative, sensitive, and flexible.
The following areas are explored in
education classes at Curry. Among various
lecture materials are some standards that are
stressed for students to reach towards in their
educational experience at Curry. It is impressed
upon Education students
that teachers are develop-
ers of people! Teachers
truly realize that schools
are learning environments
designed to help children
grow. The global task for
teachers is to study the sub-
jects of planning and chil-
dren and to design the best
possible learning experi-
ences for these children. It
is a fervent belief that the
Education students pos-
sess a special sensitivity to
the growth of children. The
Curry education students
are competent and goal-
oriented and want to make
a difference in the lives of
Another area that
the Education students
develop is that of teachers
becoming leaders. One of
the primary tasks for a
teacher is to improve learning opportunities
for students. They are trained to become in-
structional specialists as well as communica-
tors. The classroom provides constant and
consistent feedback to the Curry students.
A third area is that of training prospec-
tive teachers to be human relations specialists.
At Curry it is emphasized to the Education
students that teaching requires an a^vareness/
sensitivity of the needs of various student
groups with whom the teacher interacts. The
program hopes to instill in the students that
teachers must be particularly good listeners,
hearing not only what is said, but also what is
The Education Department stresses the
idea or concept that the students will someday
become managers of change. In methods courses
and in supervisory roles in the field placement
classrooms, the management function of teach-
ing is emphasized to Curry students
The Education Field Placements are a
major component of the Education Program at
Curry College. Students in Curry College's
Education Program have a chance to teach in
the urban and the suburban settings. There has
always been a very special relationship among
students, supervisors, cooperating teachers,
principals and education faculty. In the "field"
students put theory into practice and become
part of the "real" world of teaching.
The Cxirry Early Childhood Center is a
union benefit for the faculty of Curry College.
The faculty parents started the program in the
Fall of 1981. Parents serve various administra-
tive roles and attend parent teacher meetings
about tw^ice a semester.
The Childhood Center statement of
In the belief that there is, within
each of us, the potential and need to become
competent, independent, and effective, the
Curry Early Childhood Center seeks structure,
its program to provide a physically safe, emo-
tionally nurturing, and intellectually stimulat-
ing environment. The building of a sense of self
is the optimal goal which has been joined by two equally
important ones; you will graduate as an educator who is
a scholar in your particular subject discipline, and you
will become a "change agent" in your respective setting.
The Curry Education students are goal-oriented,
mature and very focused individuals, who are truly
involved in the profession of teaching. The Education
faculty and the Liberal Arts faculty who have taught the
education students for the past four years are proud to
have contributed to one of humanity's gi-eatest inven-
Thanks to the following for
contributing to this dedication;
esteem and consideration for others within
each child is a primary goal.
We believe that a flexible family type of
environment is most desirable for all the chil-
dren. Along with this family type atmosphere
a preschool program, geared to the develop-
mental level of each child, will be provided for
the three and four year olds, with the hope that
this will help the children have a successful
kindergarten experience. The availability of
Curry students doing supervised practica
through the pre-school program will allow in-
dividual attention for children and better than
minimum staffing ratios.
In 1982, Curry expanded its program
offering to include a Master of Education de-
gree. The Master of Education program in-
volves its participants in self-growth as learn-
ers, as researchers in a discipline, and as prac-
titioners in the field of teaching. This program
is uniquely designed to focus on your indi-
vidual teaching style and professional goals.
Using your own classroom as a learning labora-
tory, you will plan new teaching strategies and
educational projects to meet the needs of all
your students, mainstreamed as well as regu-
lar education students.
The purpose of the Curry College Mas-
ter of Education program is to provide society
with the most com.petent teachers/scholars. The
programi, as originally created, focused on as-
sisting educational practitioners to learn the
most recent research findings in their respec-
tive areas, to apply this data to etiliance their
educational settings, and thus to maximize the
1 earning of students with diverse learning abiU-
^-ti''- and styles.
'-Success for both teachers and students
Mary Therese Campbell
Judith Kennedy, Coordinator of
Teacher Education Programs,
Education Field Placements
Suzanne St. Germain, Ed D,
Carol Wadell, Coordinator of
Moderate Special Needs
Karen Mutch-Jones, Coordina-
tor of Elementary Education
Gertrude Webb, Ed.D, Director
of Learning Center
Louise Atkins, Director of Day
Freshman orientation 1990 proved to be a great
success. Kristine O'Brien, the brain behind the
theme of orientation, Awakening Your Potential,
and all of the Orientation Assistants did a great job
in welcoming the freshmen to Curry. As we en-
tered Curry, we were greeted by a huge banner
that read "Welcome New Students". The activities
that the Orientation Assistants planned made sure
that no one was alone and that everyone had a good
time. Throughout the four days of orientation we
were treated to many different comedians, musi-
cians and guest lecturers. Orientation was topped
off with a night out on the town at Nick's Comedy
Stop in Boston, which proved to be just what ev-
eryone needed before the hectic schedule of classe;
was to begin.
A puzzle. ..pieces mixed to-
gether, bonded together, separated
from each other, and then put to-
gether again. That is just how it was
for the Curry College
alumni. ..brought together their
freshman year, forming bonds
throughout their four years, sepa-
rating at graduation, and brought
together again on October 12, 1990,
the beginning of Homecoming
Seven-thirty p.m. that Fri-
dky marked the start of a welcom-
ing in honor of the Curry College
alumni. The events that occurred
consisted of an Athletic Hall of Fame
Dinner which honored former Curry
College athletes and a continuation
of that reunion in the suite of the
Hilton at Dedham Place. A Colonel
soccer game led off the next chain of
events that occurred on Saturday,
followed by the Annual Tailgating
Party, Colonel football, the Get-To-
gether at the ARC, and the Dinner
Dance held at our own Drapkin
Center Cafeteria. As Sunday rolled
around and Homecoming '90 was
coming to an end, the alumni re-
joined back at the Hilton for a
continental breakfast, and returned
to Curry College for an Alumni
Though it seems as though
this special and festive w^eekend
passed quickly, the minutes were
treasured. Friends were greeting
each other once again at the site
where they first met, expressing to
one another their happiness and
some, their reactions of their re-
turn. "It feels weird," some claimed
as they walked through what was
once home, while others claimed, "I
feel as though I've never left."
Homecoming '90 did havej
come to an end, but the memories,
the friendships, and the happiness
will keep the pieces of the puzzle
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Like the iffieces of a puzzle, w^Nare separated from our family when we go of
college. Parenl/s weekend is a time to D^ joined with the g(eople we love and mak4 the
picture whole, If only for a short time.
This year, the weekend began with a ft^madLfiairfJarents in Hafer 119. The fobtball
game was a popLlar event for students to give their parents a taste of the athletic ability
here at Curry, Many families ventured into Boston for a "real" dinner, while others
attended the 'Parents Night' held at the Alumni Recreation Center. On Sunday, paaents
were invited agai^ to have brunch in the cafeteria and many students were treated\to a
Although nlany freshmen parents showed up to see how their children wlere
getting along, man j upper classmen showed their parents around campus for the seccjnd,
third or perhaps last parents weekend. What ever each family decided to do at this ume
of reunion, the turn out of parents was successful, and until the pieces were separated
once more, the pictvire was a happy one.
Piece this together: Tim Monahan, the trick-or-treat DJ; John
Silber, well in this case, Drew Cochran, making an appealing appearance;
black cats roaming about in the dark; and several monsters appearing
from the night. Have you pieced the puzzle together yet? Maybe if you
take more pieces and link them together, such as great varieties of music
and dedications, prizes, snacks and drinks, and a room full of surprises,
you will begin to recognize the Curry College Halloween Cafe Party, a
dance held for aU students of all ages.
But it doesn't end there. Throughout this night of dancing, singing,
and laughter came prizes for best costume. Drew Cochran's "Silber"
costiune won first place, while Danielle Abrham's stunning "Madonna"
costume came in second, and "hungry for blood" John Krebs had third
place as "Dracula."
But it wasn't aU dancing and costumes. Also included was the howling
voices and frightening faces that waited for the innocent to pass through
the haunted house.
This Halloween Party was a great hit added to the list of Curry's
social events held on campus, suited for all of the students for their own
entertainment. This evening was that of fun and excitement. Many
students attended, some getting more involved than others, such as the
blindman and the ace of diamonds that made their rather dashing
The Blizzard of Bucks
OUTSIDE OF MILTON
A Special Tribute
JOHN T. LAFLEUR
In memoriam to the beloved remembrance of a recently departed friend, John T. LaFleur,
Class of 1989. It is so sad to think of life simply passing by, yet I always thought you and
I would continue to share in many special moments together. I always thought that we
would laugh and dance at each other's weddings. It seems that our women, family and
friends have waited forever for us.
For years enduring the suffering silent and proud, the constant battle to survive,
to leave unscathed, the hell known as the Hill. The studies, the splendid professors, the
graduating with honors, the days, the weeks, and years spent giving and giving until it
seemed your life belonged to everyone but you. Certainly the struggles will always remain,
but they will seem less impossible because of the challenges we overcame. I know now that
you are in the hands of the Almighty. Rest, be at peace, for no one can hurt you now. Still,
I sadly wonder if the answers are really needed to all the remaining questions. Only
acknowledgement and change are necessary.
John, the sun shines now. The sky is so blue and seemingly endless. It breaks my
heart knowing that you are gone. My dear friend we will never stop missing you. Know that
your contributions have not gone unnoticed. That your efforts were not fruitless. That the
vision we shared will be carried on... and one day be fulfilled. Yes, you will always be with
us, your spirit and memory shall continue to live on.
With our love and prayers.
Justice Education Program
The War of the Seasons
Like an army of soldiers
Hiding under their green camouflage
Facing each other, sizing up one another
Hundreds of them standing tall
Looking proud in their majestic splendor
spreading their arms
as far as one could reach
trying to touch the sun
and flirting with the summer breeze-
so easily forgetting
the upcoming inevitable conflict of the seasons.
The fall came,
from behind a cold raging wind
heavy rain came down
like an avalanche
of deadly bullets during the furious assault,
forcing the shedding of the discolored reddish
Like bleeding injured giants
the valiant trees
refused to surrender their positions.
but they never broke
nor lost footage
Though they Anally had to admit defeat...
Time of Peace returned
as a cold deadly calm...
The ground stained with bloodish colors
took resemblance to a battlefield
covered by an uncountable amount
of dead soldiers.
The conqueror had come and gone.
without time to count the days
the carnage was totally covered
with immaculate white
burying and destroying evidence
of a ferocious confrontation.
once bursting with arrogance
are now resting
to recover from their losses...
They will be back
taller, stronger and prouder than ever
to be again the challenger
and the unmistakable underdog.
There will be a recruiting of new lives
They will sprout, shoot and bud
as green as innocence.
By thousands they will grow
to form a larger army
and they will take their turn
around the vicious cycle
unaware of the danger
of the war of the seasons.
By: Jean Marie Gagnon
When you place a seed in
the ground to grow a flower,
You then have
a choice to pull that seed out
of the ground.
But if you love and
nuture that flower to it's
full bloom, and then one
day destroy it.
You are then responsible
for that flower's history
and so much more
before you destroy it.
To: Marie Murphy for her inspiration and confidence,
Dante Germanotta for his insight,
Allan Hunter for his friendship and encouragement,
Ann Levin for making me work and think,
Joe Arsenault for his heart,
Kenneth Wightman for his spirit and strength.
Were it not for these people and Curr>' College's Justice Education Program, I would not be me.
[ became involved in Curry ' s Justice Education Program in 1 989 while being warehoused at Walpole State
Prison. Prior to my entrance into the J.E.P. I had accomplished nothing to mark my 15 years of
imprisonment except perhaps some 8 years of segregation and a record that labeled me a "management
problem." Then, at the urging of fellow prisoner and Curry graduate Kenny Wightman, I entered the J.E.P.
and met professor Marie Murphy who is without a doubt, the most inspirational educator I have ever
Soon after entering J.E.P. I found myself enjoying the experience and looking forward to classes
and even worse, enjoying the work. I discovered that I could think thoughts which transcended the walls
and that there was a world beyond my cage and people who would and could see me as a person, an
individual and not look at my social status (or lack of status). The impact of these discoveries upon me
was profound. My vision soon expanded to encompass a global perspective as opposed to the tunnel vision
one tends to have after years of imprisonment.
As I view the human condition and what we have done and are doing to the environment, I feel
compelled to say that much of what I see in this world is harsh, cold and ugly. But, I am not distressed
due in large part to those people named above that have helped me develop the skills and confidence to
address some of the harsh realities of life, in as well as out of prison.
The facts of my imprisonment dictate that I may never live in the world beyond these walls. But
1 know that these walls are not strong enough to suppress my growth as a person and as a member of the
world community. Whether in or out of prison, I am determined to have a positive and progressive impact
somewhere. It is because of those named above that I believe this to be possible.
In ending, I wish to extend my gratitude and appreciation to Marie, Dante, Allan, Ann and Joe,
but especially to Kenny for seeing my worth and forcing me to see it as well.
In Strength & Struggle,
Ray Champagne, Class of 1993
Curry College Awards Night
May 7, 1991
Sears Roebuck Teacher Excellence Award
Advanced Studies Program Award
Arts Journal Awards
Poetry 1st prize
Poetry 2nd prize
Fiction 1st prize
Fiction 2nd prize
Nonfiction 1st prize
Nonfiction 2nd prize
Photography 1st prize
Photography 2nd prize
Photography Honorable Mention
Business Management Awards
Wall Street Journal Award
Mgt. Minor Achievement Award
Accounting Achievement Award
English and Poetry Award
Essential Skills Center Award
Field Experience Achievement Award
Fine and Applied Arts Award
Politics and History Award
Public Relations Award
Theater Arts Awards
Women's Studies Awards
Major In Women's Studies
Minor in Women's Studies
Danielle M. Abrams
Cynthia L. Messer
Sheryl Forman Savage
Kristine D. O'Brien
Mary Kay Kuliesh
Lorraine Costello, R.N.
WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN
Gill Cochran Robin Gelotte
John Krebs Mary Kay Kuliesh
Kimberly McNulty Cynthia Messer
Nancy Reale Joanne Shea
Class of 1985 Scholarship
Commuter Council Scholarships
Joseph and Frieda Drapkin Scholarship
John Stuart Hafer Memorial Scholarship
Edward H. Hastings Memorial Scholarship
W. George Kennedy Memorial Scholarship
Gladys Martinez Memorial Scholarship
Jennifer A. Phillips Memorial Scholarship
Publicover Family Scholarship
Dean Cecil Rose Scholarship
Thomas Radley Scholarship
Leeder Sandler Scholarship
Robert C. Smith Memorial Scholarship
Philip Ralph Hulbig
Ann Kelly Farr
Margaret Mary Livingston
COLLEGE COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARDS
1990 Yearbook Dedication
Department Administrative Achievement Award
Faculty Achievement Aw^ard
Office Employees Award
Outstanding Achievement in Student Leadership
Outstanding Commuter Aw^ard
Outstanding Female Athlete of the Year
Outstanding Male Athlete of the Year
Outstanding Resident Assistant
Outstanding Resident Student
Barbara Pettingill Award
Class of 1991 Recognition Awards
1991 Person of the Year
Scott M. Samson
Kristine D. O'Brien
President Gregory Cohen, Secretary Beth Jackson
Vice President Shira Weinberg, Treasurer Kristin Giannetti
Representative Kris Lamson, Representative Nancy Reale
Representative Rachel Moschel, Representative Shawn Ryan
A Move On The Chessboard
In August of 1990, the Curry faculty became the "Queen," the President became the
"King," the administration became the "Knights," and the students became the "Pawns" as
the chess game began.
The faculty began working without a contract as it made its first move-asking for an
11 % pay increase. The next move was the faculty not getting one, and until we students heard
"check mate," we worried about our education as we watched all the moves being taken on
the Campus Chessboard. There were meetings held as week by week passed. Who will make
the next move? Will it be the final move? Will our community be able to negodate?
Like in chess, there were strategies, rules, and regulations. Time, patience, and
concentration were also needed in making the important decisions that the faculty, president,
and administration had to make. And finally, to everyone's relief, the chess game ended with
an 8 % increase given to the Queen. It was nice to see the Curry Community working together,
negofiating, reaching an agreement, and ending with a positive "check mate."
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The Curry College Rugby team is now in it's sixth year of existence
and continues to become stronger. This year the Gamecocks held the
first alumni game in Curry Rugby history which gave the old timers
a chance to share rugby folklore with the new men and also to give
them one last chance for glory. A good time was definitely had by all.
This season was different from last year in that we had a fall
season as well as a spring one, but it was difficult due to the loss of
players that had graduated. Rugby survived with the few remaining
hard-core members and the very enthusiastic, high spirited newcom-
ers from the freshman class. The young Rugers have brought new
ideas and attitudes that will provide a successful future for the
This year's officers: Captain, Marc Catanzarite, President,
Brian O'Sullivan, Treasurer, Greg Hanigin and Social Chairman,
Mike Ventamiglia worked hard to keep Rugby alive at Curry.
"If I had a choice between pleasure and pain,
My answer you would think insane.
People fear what they do not understand,
And they do not listen to things they should hear.
You can have your protected ways...
Just give me Rugby, songs and Cheer!"
What looked to be a disappointing season
turned into gold for the Curry College
men's tennis team. After a disappointing
0-4-1 start, the team had 7 big wins in-
cluding impressive 5-4 victories over
Salve Regina, New England College and
The lineup of Capt. Dave Coughlin,
Mike Russo, Gavin Spittle, Andy Rosenthal,
Duncan Friedman, Bob "lynx" Rear don, and
Matt Belcastro played incredible tennis to
finish off the season 7-4-1.
Second year Coach Mark Bowman had
his second winning season compiling a 16-
7-1 record while at the helm. This team
showed and gave 1 1 % everytime they
walked onto the courts and hope for a win-
ning season and supportive fans next year.
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MA Maritime Academy 1 1
New England College 20
W. New England College 1 2
New Hampshire College 16
Norwich University 14
U. New England 4
Bab son 20
Nichols 1 1
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by Cara E. Gizzarelli
The class of 1991 has watched Curry The-
atre grow before their eyes. In the fall of 1987,
when todays seniors were freshmen, the theatre
was simply Haf er 119 with no hints on a theatre.
That semester, the production was "A Night Of
Tennessee Williams", which was two plays; "27
Wagons Full Of Cotton" and "Suddenly Last
Summer." The theatre troupe played to rather
small audiences because the theatre was still the
best kept secret on campus.
It was not until the spring of 1988 that
Curry theatre began to receive the recognition
that it was entitled to. The house was packed
every single night with enthusiastic audiences
happily watching the eccentric Sycamore family
in the comedy, "You Can't Take It With You." The
play involved a big cast and a family atmosphere
that created a real theatre troupe. The theatre
members became close and very supportive of
each other. Professor Debra Lee Garren encour-
aged the growing theatre by purchasing the call
board and the display case, which are often found
in professional theatres !
The play that followed
"You Can't Take It With
You" was another classic
comedy that audiences
would come to see more
than once. The play was
"Harvey" and the theatre
had no problems publiciz-
ing the performances. The
class of 1991 probably viv-
idly remembers the
"Where's Harvey ?" cam-
paign. Not only did the
question pop up everywhere, but a large whitt
rabbit appeared lounging around the Drapkir
Quite a few comedies were to foUovNi
"Harvey", such as "The Comedy Crew", whicl;
featured Carol Burnett skits and a one act play
"An Actor's Nightmare." After that semester
lighting bays were installed in Haf er 119 so thai
lights could stay up all year round.
Neil Simon's, "The Odd Couple" wasj
produced in the fall of 1989. The productiorj
was so successful that it was held over an extraj
night so students who heard of the hilarity oJi
the play could enjoy the comedy. The spring oij
1990 was a special semester. It was the semestej;
that a majority of the theatre troupe would bC)
involved in their last show at Curry. The gradui
1 Hafer 119
ating seniors that year were excited to try something
new, a classic Commedia dell' arte piece, "The Doctor
In Spite Of Himself/' With a memorable set and
fabulous costumes, the " The Doctor In Spite Of
Himself" was produced in theatre of the thrust, seats
on three sides of the stage.
The Little Theatre has kept growing. The next
addition to the theatre were riser in the summer of
1990. Audiences now were able to enjoy a better view
of the stage. Curry Theatre began to expand in even
more ways in the fall of 1990. In collaboration with
the Curry College Honors Program, seniors Cara
Gizzarelli and Rebecca Feinstein staged there honors
program projects. Gizzarelli's play "Nothing Wrong
With Ida" was produced along with "Sorry, Wrong
Number" which was directed by Feinstein and assis-
tant directed by Curry Alumn, Jon Sevigny, who gradu-
ated the previous semester.
Feinstein graduated in January of 1991, how-
ever she came back to direct with Debra Lee Garren.
The two directed the most serious and controversial
play presented at Curry. "Getting Out", a play about
a woman being released from prison, was produced in
the spring of 1991 and performances were seen for two
weekends. "Getting Out" was publicized widely and
created off campus interest. Once again the theatre
facilities grew with the purchase of a elevated lighting
Curry Theatre has also grown in
the curriculum since 1987 when there
were only two courses that theatre stu-
dents could enroll in; Acting I and Intro-
duction To Theatre. Since then courses
such as Improvisation, Stage Combat
and Scene Study have been offered.
When the class of 1991 reflects on their
education at Curry, they can be proud
that they watched and encouraged Curry
Theatre grow and nourish talent.
C U RR
Our Forefathers knew the importance of Freedom
of the Press. They knew it so well that they put it
on top of the list when they wrote the Bill of
Rights. The Currier Times is Curry College's stu-
dent-run newspaper that contributes in its own
way to that lofty ideal as well as giving students
practical experience in the writing, editing, adver-
tising, layout and distribution of a newspaper.
The Currier Times returned to publication
in 1989 after a year-long hiatus. Under the tutelage
of former faculty advisor Vickie Carr, the Times
grew from a small, monthly publication to a twelve-
page, bi-weekly publication. When Vickie re-
signed in the spring of 1991, Tom Glynn was
brought on board as faculty advisor, bringing
with him many years of newspaper experience
working for The Patriot Ledg er.
Working on the Currier Times is more than
just a practical working experience, it creates strong
and lasting friendships among the staff members.
Editors and writers work closely together, whether
it involves brainstormiing for story idea;
or learning how to meet deadlines, or, a;
some writers have found out, what hap
pens when deadlines aren't met. True t(
the shibboleth found on The Curriei
Times' Wall of Shame , there is '"hell tc
pay" for stories not handed in by dead
At the helm of The Currier Time;
for the 1990-1991 school year was the Edi
tor-in-Chief, senior Mary Kay Kuliesh
Senior Ted Lavash worked as Managing
Editor and staff cartooinst. Junior Scott
Dworman labored shrewdly as the paper's
Business Manager, Senior Jeff Orensteir
acquired much needed revenue working
as the paper's Advertising Manager. Jun-
ior Emily Siegfried, who will be returning
as Editor-in-Chief for the 1991-1992 school
year, made sure the reporting was unbi-
ased and succinct as News Editor. Senioi
1 Federal Express
Matt Winkler kept the college commu-
nity abreast of Curry's sports world work-
ing felicitously as the Sports Editor. Jun-
ior Melanie Brown worked sedulously
as Features Editor, bringing human in-
terest stories to the campus-at-large.
Sophomore Dianne Brennan provided
the photography for the paper as the
Photo Editor. Steve Grudziecki and Jim
Russel, as th Layout and Design divi-
sion, took a gallimaufry of stories, ads,
photos, and artwork and organized it all
into The Currier Times' natty look.
The Currier Times is poised to grow
even more in future years. The Times is
always looking for students who are in-
terested in journalism to work as writers
and editors. Weekly meeting are held on
Wednesday afternoons in the Student
Freedom of the Press is well repre-
sented in the college community by The
Currier Times; although, in this techno-
logical age. Freedom of the Macintosh
Ilci may be a more appropriate moniker.
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I L L E L
Hillel was a very active organization this year. Every member had a terrific
time and we engaged in many meetings and activities throughout the year.
This Passover we performed a mock Seder and had many students and
faculty in attendance. We also had a Hanukkah dinner in which we per-
formed all of the prayers and proceeded to have an enjoyable dinner.
This year Claudia Borden was president and did a good job of turn-
ing the club around and getting everyone going in a good direction. Hillel
was enjoyable this year and we look f oreward to a better year in Septem-
A Prosperous Puzzle
We all know it takes time and patience to put a good puzzle together.
The process consists of thinking, matching, and linking. And here at Curry,
Kristine O'Brien and Scott Samson thought together and worked together
to build a "puzzle" for entertainment, one that would match and link the
students of Curry College together. This puzzle is known as the A.R.C., the
Alumni Recreation Center.
With the help of others, Kristine, Manager, and Scott, Business
Manager, added piece by piece to the A.R.C., making it more fun and more
entertaining. On October 12 and 13, Homecoming Weekend, the alumni and
seniors of Curry College were first welcomed into the "new" A.R.C. The
following Monday, October 15, marked the "Grand Opening" for all students.
Several pieces were needed to put this puzzle together, pieces such
as food, drink, music, and conversation, along with pub nights, movies, and
t.v. entertainment. All of these pieces contribute to making our campus
more social andmorefriendly by bringing the students together. The A.R.C.
has grown to become an important landmark of entertainment on the Curry
campus, and will keep growing as more pieces are added to this prosperous
1 The job after graduation
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A.TI O N
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1 Playbill for a show 12x4
Activities In The Works
Everyone knows about the activities on campus, and few
people can say that they have never been to a comedy night,
or cafe party, or some other social event on campus.
Yet have you ever stopped yourself and asked the ques-
tion, "who plans these events?" or "what work goes into
planning these events?"
Program board is an organization made up of Cui-ry
students whose main goal is to find, plan, and organize fun
and interesting social events for the campus community.
Progi-am board has under gone many changes since the
end of last semester. At the end of last semester Neil Kalnitz
resigned as head of program board, and Brian O'Sullivan
took over the position. Currently progi'am board is in
the process of setting up committees to be in charge
of specific functions.
Program Board is a group of individuals that
volunteer their time and effort to bring many differ-
ent events to the campus community. This year we
had our first Flake Festival which brought acts such
as Hypnotist, James Mapes, Blizzard of Bucks Game
Show, Coffee House Performer, Jimmy Mazz, and a
Winter Ball that was held at the Sheraton Tara
Program Board has already had a Happy
New Year Cafe Party (featuring Floating Boats),
Hypnotist James Mapes, The Blizzard Of Bucks, a
Winter Ball and a Candlelight Vigil to support the
Throughout the year they plan guest speakers,
comedy experiments, the spring fling, and Sunday
m.o\He nights. They have open meetings every
Monday night at 6pm in the SGA meeting room.
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Junior Year, the half way mark of our
college years. The work gets REALLY
tough and the stress level never seems
to lower. Majors are declared and the
realization of future responsibilities of
the "real world" start to sink in.
But it's not over yet! Life long
friends are established and we watch
some of them move to the other side of
campus — (Leaving those of us behind,
waiting anxiously to turn 21.) It's offi-
cial The food is terrible, but we've re-
alized we're too poor to eat at D'Angelo's
every night, so we grin and bare it. We
have one more year to party and sleep
in until noon after the occasionaK?) all
nighter. (And, we've figured out how to
schedule classes at a respectable hour.)
Although the future is coming
quickly into focus, let none of us forget
the time we still have to be in college
and to be carefree — But it's our tough-
est year academically, when we work
our hardest and at this point, although
it's scary, we know we can make it!
Sophomore year is the dividing year at
Curry College. Many students are faced
with the decision to stay, or to move on.
Whether we stay or go, there are many
memories to hold on to. In the pursuit of
education, we have come to build many
close friendships. In the two years we
have spent together, we have learned
from each other, broadening our hori-
zons. Because of the intermixing differ-
ences in appearances, interests and tal-
ents we are individuals created from an
experience that far exceeds what is
found in our academic curriculum.
Being a freshman at Curry College is a
big deal. Abig deal in adjusting and just
surviving. One year ago we were big
fish in a small pond and now we are
small fish in a big lake. We come from
different places and backgrounds, but
we have one thing in common, we choose
Curry. With that characteristic we will
spend the next four years finding other
things in common with each other.
Being a freshman is a positive
thing. Freshmen can experience so
many new things. Everything is new
which makes the whole experience
unique. The first feelings many of us
felt were fear of not meeting people or
failing classes, scared to leave our secu-
rity of home, and frightened that our
room mate would be abnormal. After
arriving we w^ere faced w^ith a new set of
emotions, freedom, independence, and
They say that in college one
meets the friends which will last a life-
time. High school friends are great when
you're home, but they are nothing like
your college buddies. With your new
friends you can discover Boston's his-
torical sites and nightlife it has to offer.
In your first year at Curry, your friend-
ships that you make, are what kept the
stress of school work and adapting to
the new life-style from getting to you.
Friends are one of the most important
things one gets from college.
In college you get to choose your
own classes and major. That whole con-
cept of choose your own is what being a
freshman or adult is about. As a fresh-
man you value your independence more
so than a senior would, since it is a new
gift. Also in just starting college you are
not pressured with the stress other class
levels have, sophomores of deciding a
major, juniors of passing your major
related classes, and seniors of graduat-
ing and finding a job. Remember that
your college years are to be the best
time of your life.
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K r j s ten K. Anderson
370 Oceanview Drive, Anchorage, Alaska 99515
Mrijor: Business Mgt. Mlinor: Comm.
ACTIVITIES: S.G.A., Fr. Rep.,Soph. V.P., IMs, SAM, WMLN
r.-li-z.age Thank you Mom and Dad. Hove You! And thanks to my friends for the past foui
/iMiv ■ni,is90, Lehigh, Norton St., Hamilton St., and the Capi
, NH 0358
Karen Ann And
5? Winthrop Drive Shelbui
Mcijor: Nursing Minor: Psy.
ACTIVITIES: CCNA-3,4, Blood Dr. 1-4, Alexander Graham Bell Honor Society 3,4, CO
Nursing Honor Society 3,4 .Sigma Theta Tau 4. Message; Hold fast to dreams tor it
dreams die, life i=-, d broken winged bird that cannot tly -Langslon Hughes
J 9 Foster Circle Andover, Ma. 01810
I Major: Mgt. Minor: Comm.
IaCTIVITIES: Football, Baseball, IMs
I Message, Best ot luck to the class of '91 '
"Feeldogs Posse " Thanks for everything. Mom and
K.allMeeri Heather Brady "Kathie"
P O Box 771 Groton, Ma 01450
Major Education & Communication Minor: Eng. & Psy.
ACTIVITIES: Hon. Program, WMLN Promotions Dir.,Admissions Assistant, IMs, Dorm
Council, ABC, O.A. Message May I always follow the path with a heart. All my love to my
Mom s Dad, Michelle, my friends, & J.A.T. • always (4/20/90)
Be rnard M. Braun
4J5 Coolidge Dr.Centerpon. N.Y. 11721
ACTIVITIES: Soccer, Sports Med., Honors,
f.l- ssage Thanks Mom, Dad, Lisa, & mark Hi Liz
L Brian, & Bill for being my friends.
0,8.. Bucky, D K , M,W,, Grud, Lettermen
Kimberlv J. Buttlar
10 Lewis ROad Mansfield. Ma 02048
Major Business Management, Communications
ACTIVITIES: Dean's List. Bus. Club
ME.SSAGE Th.>ci^i'-i ■: r i i ' n-gun. so take advantage of all the wonders it fias to offer."
100 Brandywyne Dr. East Boston, Ma. 02128
Major: Business Management MINOR: Soc.
ACTIVITIES: Ice Hockey2,3,4, IMs, Bus. Man. Club, Peer tutor MESSAGE: Thanks
Dad&Mom. and to all the great friends I met along the way- Good Luck & keep in touch Class of
9f God knows we all need ill
Auslm L Bliqh
Address. 293 Grove St Wellesley, Ma 021 81
Major: Business Mgt. Minor. Eng.
I Message: Thanks Mom and Dad and to all my friends to make this all possible.
C laudia Martha Borden
1063 North Avenue New Rochelle. Ny 10804
Major: Comm Mincff: Mgt.
ACTIVITIES: Hillel-Pres.,Soc. Advance. Mgt.-Tres.,Sp.lnter.Housing Coord., Curry Theatre-
Ass. Stage Mgnr. Essential Skills Tutor. MESSAGE: Thank you for four years of interesting times I
^iss ever/one and I will never forget you "Eremiseii"-VF 'Tm telling a joke now'" Borden family auntp
play you have to pay
Mom & Dad for
iverything. Life is a game of give and take. If you want to
..'..^v..^ — uj.umummu..uuBe
Jodi I. Cohen
47 Brenway Dr. West Hartford. Gt. 0611 7
Major. Business Mgt. Minor: Comp. App.
ACTIVITIES: Soccer, Volleyball, IMs, Hon. Program.
Message: "From small beginnings come great things." F.F. Agnes. S.W., Nanny. CO 3 & C.B ;
MA C. - thanks for the fun S memories Thanks M & D - 1 made it
FEINSTEIN, REBECCA FERULLO, ANITA
i H. Fla
J-4 Atlantic Avenue Marblehead. Ma. 01945
MAJOR. Communication MINOR: Eng.
ACTIVITIES: Pub. Rel. Club, CCSAM, Hillel
VhSSAGE: I'm so glad we had this time together, Just to have a laugh or sing a song. Seems
.'.- just got started, and before you know it, comes the time we have to say, so long. Thanks'
Natalie Virginia Foley
4 Rhodes Circle Hingham, Ma. 02043
MAJOR: Communication MINOR: Bus.
MhSSAGE. Thank you Mom and Dad Hi Bruce Jen Alicia and Jill Are v
J'-nni and Cindy-Pub Nights' May your last party never end'
a'lv that inud'^ Tn
Marcy Rae Folsom
Rebecca S. Fiensteir
8 Bartlett Street Marlehead. Ma. 01 945
Ml or: Pyschology Minor: Theatre
Activities: Honors Program, Theatre (Assist. Dir.) MESSAGE; Thanks Mom.Dad&Paula *or
all your faith and confidence in me. And to all of the special fnends in Curry Theatre without
vv' om college would not have been the same. 1 love you all. ..Good Luck!
Ani ta Ferullo
Ha rold Foster
Ro bin Gelo tte
20 Holmes RD. Lexington, Ma. 02173
ACTIVITIES: C.C. Nursing Assoc.-Tres., CCNA-fundraising comm.
MESSAGE; "Don't believe only what your eyes are telling you. for they show limitation. Look
A 'h understanding, seek with your heart, and you'll find the freedom to fly,"
701 Massapoag Ave. Sharon. Ma. 02067
Mjjor: Communication Minor: Psy
ACTIVITIES: Theatre 1-4, WMLN, Hon. Prog.
■ i; -)SAGE: Thank you Mom, Dad, & D.L- Goodbye to all involved in Gurry Theatre, love ya. End
S I e v e J. Grudziec ki
5602AlbiaRd Bethesda MD 20816
Major. Graphic Design Minor Com Sci / Eng
Activities: Layout Ed Currier Times, Co-ed Yearbook 1990,91 Honors
f-l'T.sage: Thank you Mom + Dad, Family & Friends for the time put in and putting up with
me After all, time ]usl doesn't fade away, it )ust adds to the r
147 Plain St. Millis, Ma 02054
Major. Business Management Minor: Pol. /Hist.
Activities IMs, Battle of the bands winner '90, '91 Host- Roommate game & Name that
Tune, B. A. C. CM. U.S., Bus. Club Message: Thanks to my whole family, Joe Arsenault, the guy;
:' /j'->'\- I'ou r,:iri 1 .ilw.-i/'. rjf I wii,-]! yTju want, but if you try sometimes you get what you need
P a t r I ce Henagh an
Elizabeth Joan Hieber
145 Perkins Roe Topstield, Ma
Major: Communication Minor: Eng.
Activities: Radio Station, Assist. Sports Director, C. Times
Messages Mom, Dad, Thanx for all you've done, love you, Johnny Medeiros friends always
Cam Moply, John Bucyk, Dan Shaughnessy. thanx for the interviews on WMLN, they were great
Message - Never forget to take timeoul to enjoy life and have fun.
HORNE, CHRISTOPHER HUNGERFORD, JENNI JACKSON, NISHARNA JENKINSON, DEBRA
^.^.....^..^^.^^^^^^i-^Mi^M^AtMimm^^miijmA — ^..^-^.
J Geoffrey Johnson
MAJOR Business Management
MESSAGE School is an expensive source of entertainment!
Address 2145 Shendan Road Highland Park,
Major Business Management Minor: Psy.
Activities Volleyball IMs
n 1 ' t imily and Adam, Thank fi
I II my friends, thanks for 1 tU
Sheryl Lee Keating
44 Brookulay Drive Shrewsbury, Ma. 01545
Major: Elementary Education Minor: Eng.
Message: "Few people are successful unless a lot of other people want them to be." Thanks to
my family, friends, & especially Frank. I love you all.
Brian P Kelly
7 Briarwood Ln Burlington. MA
Major Bus Mgt.
Message ' Hi Ho Hi Ho it's off to work I go.
24 26 Lopez St, Cumh, Ma, 02139
MAJOR CommunicaUon MINOR: Mgt.. Women Studies
ACTIVITIES; Black Student Union-V.P.
MESSAGE I must say I have enjoyed my stay at Curry It's time to r
mother Uncle Joey + family. You too Preston x
Janice Mane Kenney
18y Fairmount Avenue Hyde Park, Ma. 02136
Major Sociology/ Law & Society Minor, Women's Studies
Activities Pres.- C, Council 2,3, Pres.- International Club 2.3, Judicial Comm, 3 Message; Tfiank yo!
Curry College Staff, and faculty, for all your support and believing in me as a person, and fielping me accomplisfi my
dreams in life Thanks lo Koslas, my son Konslanlinos, Mom&Dad lor being patienl, and underslanding. I Love You All
Jo hn Langone
51 ShurtleH St. Revere. Ma. 02151
MAJOR: Sociology MINOR: Pol/Hist ACTIVITIES: Ice Hockey capt., IMs
SSAGE: Mom and Dad-lhanks for eveything you have done tor me I love you. Thanks to all my friends
making my four years a! Curry a great time. The lun I've had will stay in my memory forever. Corndogs
-■/pryone MNF with wings at the house CK #8, LC#2, DB#15, ASitA. JCS29, Nelle."AN innocent man."
elhune Street Apt 4A New York, NY 10014
Mrijor Business Management Minor: Comm.
Activities: ARC 1,2,3,4 fvlessage: "Where I came fronn nobody knows. Where I'm going
■rything goes The wind blows. The sea flows. God knows," Thanks f^/Iom, Wally, Dad, Tim &
rid': tor .-^ill the support nnd wonderful times "F I."
Karin M. Lewis
12 Stetson Dr. fyiarlboro. Ma 01752
Major: Psychology Sociology Minor: Women's Studies
Activities; Basketball 2, Softball 2,3,4, W.S. Comm., WMLN 2 Ivlessage: twlom, Dad. And Scott- 1
love you very much; Thanks for your on going support. Love, Thanks, and Best Wishes: JM, SE Stul, DD.
JP, IVIlyl, SW, KR. KB. EP. MS & KBCme too"). Love and special thanks to my mentor: Ann Levin
1 Woodard Rd West Roxbury, Ma. 02132
Activities: Intnl. Nursing Hon. Soc, Sigma theta Tau, CCNA, Chem. & Nurs. Tutor, Dean's
List, C. Council Message: "I may be competent, dependable, and effecient, But it I tail '-^
mumcate the language of love, I practice nursing in vain." by Roberta L. M--" ■■
MAJOR: Communication / Public Relations
/1E3SAGE: Special thanks to Mom, Dad and Trina. I couldn't have done it without your love
I'irj support. Thanks 10 David, Glenda and Jackie for making these four years so special. I
5 County St. Foxboro, Ma, 02035
Activities: Football 1-4
Message: We're not here for a long time, just a
91 . Thanks (or everything Mom & Dad.
time, Feeldogs Posse, Good luck Class
MARKARIAN, LUCILLE MATTESON, TRACY LYNl
Tracy Lynn Matteson
Ma ry Beth Mattie
198 Main St., QuJncy, MA,
KUior: Sociology Minor: W.S- Psy
Activities: Project Share: Soup kitchen, clothing drives, soap drive, Walk for Hunger
M< - sage: T L J F ,K A, A.B, J L.P.H.D G, Thanks for all your love and advice Special thanks to
Phil You taught me a great deal Love ya mam. dad, and Bobby ■'Equal opportunity" Made it"
E lizabeth McCarthy
O Box 441 Maynard MA 01754
Major: Broadcast Communications Minor: English
Activities: WMLN- FM Station Manager, Alcohol Beverage Committee 2-4, Resident
Assistant 2-4, AERho 1-4, Milton Community Television 2-4 Message BOWA. BOUJA
Hum Digqa Never stop searching for rainbows, or chasing your dreams
Kristen M. Lorden
1 2 Red Top Dr. West Hartford. CT, 061 1
Major: Visual Arts Minor: Psy
Activities: Student art exhibit
Lloyd Lane, Huntington N,Y., 11743
Major: Phsycology Minor: Philosophy
Activities: Wrestling, football
Message: Thanx Ma and Dad, good luck to all the great people I've met here at Curry.
37 Addison St. Braintree. MA 02184
Major Psychology Minor Visual Arts
Message: Thank you Mom and Dad for everything.
54 Willow Street Lowell, MA 01852
Major: Psychology Minor: Biology
Activities: RA, Diversity Committee, Project Share, Varsity Softball, ABC
Message: The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.
59 Mynck Lane, Harvard. MA
Major: Politics and History Minor: Concentration on Criminal Justice
Message: Mom and dad; Thank you so much for all your love and support. 1 love you both so
niuch. All my friends: Thanks so much for the memories, I'll never forget them, D B Love you
Cxn thia Lee Messer
30 Liberty Lane, Keene, N.H. 03431
Major Communication h/linor: Pol/Hist., Dance Activities: WI\/ILN-FM,Aerho, ARC, Aerobics,
A.G.B.H.S., IVICTV, AP Awards, NEBA Message: Mom, dad and Mark a family is a most precious
■- .ource. My Curry family: J.H, M.P.N.F.C.H. B.O.J J,M,S,M.P,J.O,G.H. and Tiger I love you all, "My tears
:■■■ Tiixed with the sorrow of letting go and the happiness of friends everlasting.
Ro bin Ann Michael
Ci-ifk St East Middleboro, MA 02346
M.yor. Communication tvlinor. Rel
Activites: S.G.A.,, class secretary1,2, IMs softball, drama club Message; Thanks mom and
'i-id. Becky & Lisa- Hove U! Thanks, love & luck to my roomies, the guys (A.S,), Never forget-
Himilton St., Norton, Scholars & Lombard! Love you all and always 'lollow your heart!"
Che! M oschel
. ..!(;<-■ I.lom r Dad Thanks for all the support over the years + to all my friends who I"
,a« It possible... May every little thing be ainght
68 Nelson Street Winchester, MA 01890
Major: Business Management Minor: English
ActivJtites: Football, Lacrosse Captain for 2 two years, Intermural Sports
Message: Special thanks to good friends for all the great times and memohes. Thanks Mom
Dad. and family for always being there. "Feel Dogs Posse"
24 Roosevelt Drive Bedford Hills, New York 10507
Major Sociology Mirior: English Activities: AAC ■88-"91. Prog Bd ■88--90. A. B.C. ■88-'91, FSSC 'eO'SI. PFYEC.
TTFS '90, SAA88-'89. A.R.C. Manager*89-'91 .Student Coordinator of Orientation ■90..O.A. ■88-'91 MESSAGE
I have the tools lo survive, lo be close to others, to be productive, and lo make sense and order out of tfie world. I
am me and I'm okay' L S. I Love You fvl, D & l=amily. Thanks Curry and special friends whose support meant tfie
world. MT,RM,KA,JM,MP,SG,BB,KS.ED. I'll never forget you'
Tar a D- Palosky
49 Ceres Street Portsmouth, NH 03801
MAJOR: Psychology MINOR: Span.
ivIESSAGE: Four long and very interesting years here at Curry, "What a long strangetrip it's
Na omi Pasternak
One Wandering Way Smithtown, NY 11787
Major: Education Minor: Psychology
M(-Dsage: Thanks Mom&Dad for everything! Thanks to my friends, K.M., R.B., R.P., C,S-.
J H E.D. I love you J.D.
^2 Apple Tree Laa. Woodbridge, CT. 06525
MAJOR: Management MINOR: Eng.
ACTIVITIES: Football 1-4, Baseball. Bus. Club
".'-."iSAGE. Thanks Mom .\ Dad for the supportt Good lucrk to my frneendss S da
■ (FEEL DOGS POSSE)
Elaine M. OKeefe
25 Calvin Road Dedham, MA 02026
Tim othy M. Pierce "TIM"
Activities: Rugby 3&4 Message: Thank-you Mom, Dad, and my whole family, "anyone can gel
whatever he wants out of life if he is willing to work unceasingly with discipline and dedication. If
he refuses to accept defeat, he will achieve his goal!" 1 love Brian and will always miss you.
Iradley Pk Dr Hingham. Ma. 02043
I MAJOR: Business Management MINOR: Pol/ Hist
ACTIVITIES: Hockey1-4, Capt. 3,4, Baseball 1-4, Class rep. 3,4 MESSAGE; Thanks Mom & Dad
Joua S Courts roommates 2 yrs. JM trash barreii? 12 pk. Courts "SI. Bonne's" Colonels hockey Australia/
I Alabam;! Good Tiini;r,' Kris 9/20//89 "When the nighl comes" I love you forever
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1 Jonathan Sake v
81 Old Mapie Street Stoughton, MA 02072
Major: Communication Minor: Psychology
Message; Each step taken in a new direction creates a path toward the promis
4 Brook Lane Chalfont, PA 18914
Major: Business Management Minor: Computer Science
Activities: Football, and Intermurals
Message: Class of 1991- "Best of Luck" Special thanks Mom & Dad Feeldogs Posse
1 Osceola Path Arlington. MA 02174
Major: Elementary Ed. Minor: English. Preschool concentration
Message: Thanks Mom, Dad, Lisa, and Joe, I love you!
Linda B eth Shapiro
71 Highland Avenue Gardiner, ME 04345
Major: Psychology Minor: Management .
219 Thacher Street Milton, MA 02186
Major: Double major in nursing & psychology
Activities: Softball- co-captain/pitcher Curry College Nurses Association(CCNA)
President Sigma Theta Tau
Message "to i.'\\>-r\ tln' quality of the day, that is the highest of the arts"
Reqina M. Sheridan
181 Old Farm Road Millon, MA 02186
Activities: CCNA Commuter Council Tennis Team
Message: "Thanks Mom&Dad, It takes hard work to make a wish c
a dream come true!"
ality, but when it does, its
Paul G. Shruhan
96 Crane Street Dedham, MA 02026
Major Psychology Minor Sociology
Activities Soccer and Tennis
M--. ill- Tl I k r 1 ni rir i Did 1 love you! Friendship & Good Memories
164 Windsor Dr. Whitman MA. 02382
Major Comm. Minor Busi Mgt.
Activities: WMLN, Curry Wrestling Club
Message; Good luck to all of my friends at Curry and thanks for all the great times.
Jod i Ellen Testa
9h Vere Terrace Livingsti
(Message: To my great friends who brought great memories along the years-JI-BJ,MD,MR,
SW,LA,GP, ST- Good Luck! Stephen- I'll never forget you-ILYFI! Thanks, Mom+dad- I would
have never made it without you - I Love You!!!
IVIic helle Lynn Turner
96 Columbus Ave West Bndgewater, MA, 02399
Activities: The ARC Staff, Intramural Volleyball, Softball, The Business Club, WMLN
Thanks to all of my dearest friends, w/out you I would have never made it. Thank yoi
Mom +Dad I Love You " You only live once, so do it all while you can. "
Jeffre y Vacco
78 Gilcreasst Road Londonderry NH 03053
Major Communication Minor Business
Activities: Varsity football- 4 years Project Share, Vice President 3, president 4,
Manager Baseball, baseball 4, Recipient "The O'Connor Achievement Award"
/4 BD D'italie Monaco-Monle Carlo France
Msior: Business Mgl Minor Politics 8 History
Activities: International Club / Project Share / Young republican / Sei
Message: Once we leave Curry, the sky is the limit. We have an obligation in reaching i, But in the proci
lets nol forget to turn around and reach out to those less fortunate. I wish everyone ' God Speed
f'O Box 189 Mayvtile, New York 14757
Mrijor Elem. Ed / Comm ( double Major ) Activities: WMLN disc jockey, sub-editor Currier
Times, Intramural Volleyball, Intramurel Basketball, Tutor ( English ) Message: Thanks &
Love to M&G, CBG, & The Family: Spring Fling 89', 10/22/90, Kelly's, The Kos,&Hamilton
St Always remember: What we see depends on what we're looking for.
Message " All I really need to know I learned in kindergarte
501 4th Street Ocean City, NJ 08226
Major: Psychology Minor: Sociology
Activities: Varsity Soccer- 3 years
Message: Thanks to my family- Dad, G'ma, G'pa, and Christopher. Without your support and
lusiasm I would never be where I am today. Thank- you'
5606AlbiaRd BethesdaMD 20816
Major: Communication Minor: Journalism
Activities: Varsity Soccer 1990- lionorable mention All-New England, Sports Editoir-
Currier Times, WIVILN.
5 Kings Road Norwood. Ma, 02062
MAJOR: Sociology MINOR: Psy-. Eng., Women Studies
MESSAGE: I want to say thank you to my parents tor supporting me in every way lor the last
four years. Thank you Curry for letting me be all that I can be.
943 Adams St. Dor, Ma. 02124
MAJOR: Nursing MINOR: Psy.
MESSAGE: What lies behind us, and what lies before us, are tiny matters compared to what
lies within us.
7127 Beacon Ln, Chattanoosa, Tennessee 37421
Major: Communication Minor: Bus. Mang.
Activities: V.P. Fresh, class, Pres. Soph class, O. A. 1,2, IMs 1,2,3, A. P. sports award2, 3,
Var. Baseball 3yrs., MCTV 4, C. Times 1,3,4.
Message: " Sports is the toy dept. of life" "If you can't accept losing, you can't win."
Kristin Rae Lamson
5 Wintergreen Ln, P.O. Box 2887 Brewster, Ua. 02631
Major: Business Management Minor: Vis. Arts
Activities: S.G.A. 3,4, Senior Class Rep. 3,4, Fin. Comm. 3,4
Message: Thanks to Mom, Dad. Deb, Bob, Ah, R.lVl,, L.A., D.B., P.P., Teq. Tues, Lizzy's, J.t
0,0., C.C. LuvyaMudd
Avenida Piedra Grande #28 Call Columbia, S.A.
Activities: Soccer team, V P International Club
John Victor ft/ledeiros
36 Newbury Avenue Fairhaven, MA 02719
Major: Communications Minor: Business
Activities: WLMN Asst. Sports Director, Intramurals
Message: Thanks Ma&Dad. Mom, and the Girls. "Courts," not just a roommate but a good
friend. See you at "Stocks." "Rhino." Thursday night cases and stiga. Good Luck class!!
Jennifer A. Morrissey
3 Cedar Drive Canton, MA 02021
Message: Thank-you Mom, Dad. Susan, and Ed. It's not the end but the beginning
533 Pleasant Street Belmont, MA 02178
Major: Business Management
Message: Thanks Mom, Dad. Dave, and Jay. I couldn't have done it without you.
Major: Communications Minor: Business
Activities: Football1,2 Baseball1,2,&3 Message: To: Mike Joyce, I leave my golden
Funnel. To: The Doman. A Free Ticket to the Blades&Boards right After the Bruins win it all i
"91". To: Kevin Keiley. An Endless Supply of PastaSTunafish'
Kelly Lisa Richardson
1 7 Cavernknoll Way Weymouth, Ma. 021 89
MAJOR: Business Management
ACTIVITIES: Hon. Prog., Private pilot license- balloon
MESSAGE: Thanks Mom, Dad & Rick.
36 Lyman Road Milton, MA 02186
Activities: Sigma Theta Tau International, CCNA, Deans List
42 Lafayette Street Randolph, MA 02368
Major: Business Management
Activities: Business Club
70 Wild Rose Avenue So. Portland, ME 04106
Major: Communications/Public Relations Minor Business Management
Activities: Newspaper, Business Club, and Tour Guide
Drew - One of the world's finest! Our
hearts are full of PRIDE, LOVE &
BEST WISHES for you.
Mom, Dad, John,
Lisa, Jen, Ed
We are very proud of you.
Dad, Mom & John
Our congratulation and praise. On
your journey in life you will continue
to be a source of happiness for others.
Love, Mom & Dad
Congratulations on your accomplishments
and may the years that follow
be as happy and successful.
Mom, Dad, & Heidi
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Our pride in your achievements is
exceeded only by our love for you...
Mom, Dad, Jim, Karen, Joe &
Congratulations! Terrific job
well done! We love you!
Love, Mom & Dad
Remember when life was simple and
fun. Now time for the real
world has just begun.
Love and pride- Mom
We are very proud of you and of your
accomplishments at Curry. You deserve the best
life has to offer.
Love, Mom and Dad
'The little girl who could', and did!
A daughter I am proud to call mine...
Love, Your Mother and Friend
WELL DONE, JODI
and the Class of 1991
Love, Bemie, Carol, and Dave Cohen
You are the best!
We love you.
Mom & Ged
You've worked hard,
Your goal's attained
Go ahead enjoy your day
We're proud to cheer you on your way.
Beverly & Stephen Pasternak
We're proud of you.
Good Luck class of 1991
Love, Mom, Dad, Theresa
Your first steps were difficult, but
you were determined. That
determination has helped to make
you reach this important goal.
Dale and Claudia Folsom
Arlene & Chuck Davis wishes
The class of '91 all the best.
Congratulations Mara - We love you.
You've always had the determination to
overcome obstacles in your
gentle and persistent way.
Congratulations and much love.
From: Dad, Mom, Susan, Manuel
We are particularly proud
of your wonderful accomplishment.
You should be proud too!
Kenneth F. & Mary Anne D'Arcy
The word proud describes her parents.
The words caring, loving and determined
Love you- Mom & Dad
Congratulations on a job well done!
Love, Mom & Dad
Dear Beth- May you always see
the world through rose colored
glasses! We Love you soooo much.
Love, Mom & Dad
Always have high expectations and
you can achieve all your goals.
Love, Mom & Dad
Our love and best wishes to
the Class of 91
from the parents,
brothers, and sisters of
"Bucky" ! ! !
Mark, you are and always have been
our joy .We are extremely proud of
your accomplishments. Our love and
best wishes for your tomorrows.
Mom & Dad
You made it, PAM !
Congratulations and Love
Mummy, Daddy, Mimi, Caroline
LATE, BUT NOT
Marie Michele Mercuric
You have surpassed every dream
that we ever had for you.
May all "your" dreams come true.
We Love You!
Mom & Dad
You commited yourself to
excellence. You achieved excellence.
May peace and tranquility be always
Love, Mom, Dad & Jason
Life is not what happens to you,
It's what you do with what happens to
you. Dream, Strive, but never yield!
Mom & Dad
We're very proud of you
and your accomplishments. You
are the best a daughter can be.
Your love is for always.
John & Dianne Kenney
Congratulations!! You made it
Excellent, Wonderful, Great, Bravo.
we're so proud of you! Good Luck to
Heaven be Praised, Hallelujah,
the class of 91. Love,
Hip, Hip, Hooray, Congratulations!
Mom & Dad Testa
Love, Mom, Dad, Lisa, Robin, Pepper
We've given you love and
You worked hard and accomplished
support. The rest you achieved on
your goal. We are very proud of you
your own! We swell with pride.
and knew you could succeed.
Dad, Mom, Todd, Steph, Jim, Kim,
Dave, Josh, Jake & Sammie Pierce
The Grudziecki's and the Winkler's
wish the class of '91 long
friendships and continued success.
Love, The Grudziecki & Winkler
We love you. Those beyond would be
proud of your accomplishments.
Be true to yourself.
Reach for the stars!
Mom, Dad & the Tribe (Giannetti)
"The game of life is not over
until you stop playing.
Remember happiness doesn't
come from playing, but from within."
Robert and Susan Heffernan
To our special daughter Mai.
We're very proud of all your
achievements. You've brought us
Love, Mom & Dad Plath
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You make us very proud
of you and your accomplishments.
Nurse Christine, We love you!
Charles & Joanne Lisi
We are so very proud of you.
All our love & best w^ishes
Mom,Ward, Dad & Anita
You've come a long
way baby - and we're
proud of you.
Love, Mom, Dad, Robert & Adam
Love, Bart, Lisa, Maggie, Homer, and
B-B-Q & Pub Nights
The President's Reception
The Alumni Dinner
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Clam Bake at the Cape
Nursing Department Pinning Ceremony
May 19,1991 GRADUATION !!!!!! ^
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Honorary Degree Recipient, "Baron Hugo" Lira
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THANK GOODNESS FOR:
Lois Wallace, Kim Sweeney, Peter Troiano, Maryann Ferrante, Bob Murphy & Jostens, Cambridge Studios,
Evelyn & the Public Relatons Office, Clark Linehan, Mrs. Boonstra, the Currier Times Staff, SGA Executive
Board, Macintosh Computers, & GRADUATION
We've attempted much within this book. I hope that you enjoy the unique design, even if it was your
head that was cut out of the picture Hey- Good-luck M.T.
So, I'm done. Judy, I still don't want to talk about it. I have to thank the "rents"and M&D and Gram& Bach for being the coolest and
the extended family of Nay, Cind, D'Os, Ed etc. for being supportive and all that b.s.. Thanks to the people that told me to smile &
I'd make it through esp, the Cafe gang- you're the best! Then, those dear to my heart that 1 will miss seeing every day; B, Beaner,
at lunch, the Boyz in Quincy, yes you too Keels. Anyway-Four years of my life, done -luck to you all! Steve baby-we're outta here!
Wow, is it all over. The completion of another year and highlighted with another
yearbook. Special thanks to Martha for being a good sport in dealing with me
and many of the other
obstacles that stood in the way. Do you believe it Martha, another one. Thanks
to all that helped out day and night throughout the school year. Also to those that
Martha has mentioned above and to everyone else for their support. I think in
time as moments pass by and everyone is further on down the trail, it will be good
to know that opening a yearbook like this , takes you back to a place that has been
a part of what you are today.
Mary Therese Campbell
& the Donators