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2001 



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Curry College 
Milton, Massachusetts 



Dedication 1 




To the Curry College Class of 2001 

I am pleased to extend my greetings and congratula- 
tions to the Curry College Class of 2001. 



I wish to take this opportunity to sincerely wish each and every member of 
the Class the best of luck as you embark on the next stage of your life. 

You have studied and grown at Curry College during a time of great 
progress for our College. You and the activities you undertook here at Curry 
were the key to the College's success during your time here. 

The College now calls upon you to stay involved as an active and engaged 
Alum of the College. Together, we can make an already great College even 
greater. 

Best wishes for continued success, and I look forward to seeing you at many 
future event as Curry College Alumni. 

Sincerely, 

Kenneth K. Quigley, Jr. 



2 President's Message 



Dedication 



Dedication to Tom Butler, Director of Public Safety 

Tom Butler, known throughout the Curry College community as "Mr. 
B", has served the Curry students for seven years. His presence, quiet 
and unassuming, can be seen in the Public Safety Office, at athletic 
events, social gatherings and just about any location where students 
gather. He prides himself on providing quality service with an empha- 
sis on service. His goal is to maintain the safest environment for the 
students, and he does this with true dedication. 

Mr. B. never seeks accolades, but students are quick to report how 
helpful he is in responding to their questions, concerns and/or needs. 
Be it someone with a flat tire who needs a life, a parent trying to reach 
a student, or a more serious incident, Mr. B. knows what to do. His 
presence gives students confidence in the Public Safety department, as 
their leader is clearly the most well known and well loved "officer." 

The class of 2001 lovingly dedicates this Yearbook to out own Mr. B. 
Thank you for all you have done and continue to do for the Curry Col- 
lege students. 



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Melissa Abbott 

Somerville, MA 
Business 





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Michael J. Adami 

South Salem, NY 
Communication 
Concentration: Theatre 
And you know that it's the beginning. And 
you know that it's the end. Once again we are 
strangers. As the fog goes rolling in. T.W. 
Thank you, Mom, Dad, Family, HH SN JB DG 

BN JW JA JM JH RP SL PL MS Good Luck 



Melanie Adler 
London, England 

Business 



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David Alger 

Bedford, NY 
English Literature 



Joseph Amendola 

Norwood, MA 
Criminal Justice 



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Jeffrey W. Arleque 

Andover, MA 
Communication 
Concentration: Television 
Thank you to my Mom and Dad family 
and friends for your support I couldn't 
have done it without you. Commissioned 
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Hilary Lynne Baker 

Hingham, MA 

Connnunication 

Concentration: Broadcasting 

4 years hax'e flown by... couldn't Jiave 
done it loithout M, D,j,A + E. Remem- 
ber AL, CB, EM, LM best friends always 
stay in touch E.J. as a unse zvoman once 
said "One day he will be mine; oh yes" I 
can't wait to spend forever with you. 



Joshua Michael 
Barbarotta 

Trunibull, CT 
Business Management 

"Yes there are two paths you can go by, 
but in the long run-there is still time to 
change the road you 're on. " -Zep 



Erika Bell 

Randolph, MA 

Sociology/Education 
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Joel Michael Belmonte 

Beverly, MA 

Communication 

Concentration: journalism 

Minor: English 

4 years Fball, Bball mems, all the good times in the 

dorms, Cnppy's, Boston, fball house, campus 

brawls, CJB 75, Adam, MUM & DAD, myboyz 

(JS MF CF TG LM BM NS CL MP PF PSjL ED 

JP ED and any 1 else) My hi bro w/ 4 more years 

of college. 
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Courtney Blount 

Barrington, RI 

Visual Arts 



Stephen Bonica 

Newton, MA 
Education/English 

To all those who raise up to greatness 
and to those who just remember the fun; 
good luck and god bless. 






Kathleen M. Bono 

Milton, MA 
Sociology/Education 

"Clierish your vision and your dreams, 
as they are the children of your soul and 
tJie blueprints of your ultimate achieve- 
ments." -Napoleon Hill 



Amy Botchman 

Peekskill, NY 

Psycholog}/ 



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Lisa Rachel Breiman 

Ithaca, NY 
Sociology/Education 

A. O. -Thanks for being an awesome 
roommate and life long friend. D.P.- 
Rementber Boston and the long talks. 
B.j.Q's-May we always keep in touch. 
J.S. and Florida '99- Tlianks for all the 
memories! 






Elizabeth S. Budner 

Wayland, MA 
English 

I want to thank my PAL professors, John, Marie, 
Susan for all your help. Also my great professors 
Schneider, Gallant, Meek, Seek, Dr. K, Hunter, for 
teaching me valuable things. Tlianks Commuter 
Club, CAB, Student Activities. I'm very proud of 
myself for all the work I have done.Last, but not 
least , my family for encouraging me to keep on 

trying and do my best. 



Michelle Calo 

Medfield, MA 
Sociology 



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Lawrence Camerlin 

Reading, MA 
Counminication 

Thanks Mom & Dad for the longest, 

most expensive party Vve ever been to! 

Special thanks to Marguerite. I have 

great memories! Good luck to all. Thanks 

to Amy. Jen and Danny for your love 

and support. 

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Gregory Carlson 

East Setauket, NY 
Psychologi/ 
Thank you to all the people who made the 
road a little easier, esp Mom & Dad, my 
Liz. and Keri and Eddie. I treasure the 
memories we have together, and I thank 
you & God for helping me become who I 
am today. 



E.J. Catala 

Wallingford, CT 

Business/Sports Management 
It's finally over all because of U Mom & 
Dad & Grandma & Grandpa I luv U 
guys so much if it weren't for u then this 
day would not have happened. Hil, 4 
wonderful yrs. I can't wait to spend the 
rest of my life ivith u, Luv always! Guys 
good luck & keep in touch! 



Kristen Elizabeth Cejka 

Newburyport, MA 
Criminal Justice/Sociology 
It's been an amazing experience! Many 
thanks to those, family and friends alike, 
who have supported, loved & advocated 4 
me. U all continue to be greatly appreci- 
ated! E.V.-My roommate $ BF of the 4 
yrs- Summer PAL 97, the beginning of it 
all! 





Laura P. Clement 
Haverhill, MA 

Sociology/Criminal Justice 
THanks you to my family and friends for 
being therefor me over the last four years. 
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Nicole Gena Cohen 

Canton, MA 
Visual Arts/Graphic Design 
Minor: English 
"Yesterday is a memory 
Tomorrow is a mystery 
Today is a gift. 
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Ryan Comeau 

New Bedford, MA 
Communication 
Concentration: TV/Video Production 
Thanx Mom, "Alpha Male", "quad-rad", 
02/14/98, "Zarathustra", "Youth is not 
yet ready for freedom" "Reading and 
ivritiitg was invented by man in order to 
enslave other men " 



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Katie A.Connors 

Dorchester, MA 

PsijdioIogy/EIementaty Education 
Thanks Mom and Dad. I love you! 



Shannon Cook 

Mashpee, MA 
Environmental Science 




Ralph Cooke, IV 

Holbrook, MA 

Politics & History 




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Karena Crawford 

Dorchester, MA 

Communication 
I have set the Lord always before me: 
because he is at my right hand, I shall 
not be moved. Thank you Jesus! Special 
thanks to my family for their love and 
support. 5 AJN D 



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William J. Cray, IV 

Amlierst, MA 

Communication 
"People say there's a high road and a low 
road. Vm not sure which one I took , but 
the scenery was great!" CH CA KL AL 
MH SP BF are sharin' in the groove. 
Everyone, to the field! M, D & J- My 
heroes. 




Eartha Creech 

Quincy, MA 
Criminal Justice 



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Virginia Catherine Victoria Culver 
Harwich, MA 
Connnunication/Radio 
Mom & Grntii: I made it in 3yrs. Thmiks 
for evenjtlnng I love you. -WPXC, 
WMLN + Cape Fear luv you tool- 
"Everyone zvant charm and a smile and a 
promise." -EVE6- Sec you when I'm 
famous. 



William Gushing 

Scituate/Hanson, MA 
Business Management 
I want to thank my family and friends 
for the support they have shown and 
given. Remember: New Year's Eve 
"2000" South Beach Miami Florida 



Charles Daniel 

Rutland, MA 

Communication 






Susan D'Auria 
Wilton, CT 
Psychology & Sociology 
"Your talent and strength is God's gift 
to you; what you do with it is your gift 
hack to God." -Anon. Thanks for 
everyone's love, friendship, and support- 
you know who you are-coiddn't have 
done it without you. Best of luck '01! 



Matt DeNapoli 

Brockton, MA 
Politics & History 



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Jennifer Anne Desjardins 
Lowell, MA 
Business Management 
Thanks Mom, Dad, James and Nana I 
love you and I couldn't have done it 
without you. AS, DA, BL, TW, DF, BD, 
KL All you dudes rock and Vll love you 
forever. Remb Spring Fling, Brandy, 
Road trips & PJ. MJ (nuts) 



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Elizabeth Anne Desmond 
Weymouth, MA 

Psychology/Elementary Education 
"Keep your eyes on the future, your 
mind on the present, and stay in toucli 
with the past." -Claudine Gandolfi 





Delores Dickson 

Hyde Park, MA 

PsydiologyPMomen 's Studies 
I'd like to thank my children Katie, Alete 
and David for being so patient and 
understanding . To my father, mother 
and husband thanks for believing inme. 
Thank you all for your support and 
motivation one love. 



Nancy Elizabeth DiPanni 

Lynnfield, MA 

Business Management 
Concentration: Accounting 
MW, KW, AS, KV, MV, AG, NL, TO 
Boys next door. I miss you ES + KN 
Thanks for your love and support Mom 
+ Dad + Grammy. I love yoxi Dave! "We 
start off going one way and end up going 
another. That's what makes us experi- 
ence life and brings us to each other." 





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Taunton, MA 
Sociology/Elementary Education 




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KiMBERLY M. Elliott 
South Dartmouth, MA 

Politics & History 
College... the best seven years of my life. 
Thanks to all who have been a part of my 
(very long) journey. Thanks especially to 
all of those at Curry who were willing to 
give me a second chance. . . and to my 
parents, who were willing to pay for it. 




Shilo Lee Ellis 

Brewster, MA 

Visual Arts 
To my family-Thank you for all of your 
support- 1 could not have done it without 
you. To all my friends-you know who you 
are-tlunikyou for so many great memories. 
]osh-you're my blue ski/. "So here I go 
again on my oivn." 

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Kathleen Flaherty 

Marshfield, MA 

Educntion/Psycliologi/ 
I would love to thank my parents for 
everything that they have done for me to 
help me get to this point, I love you, 
thank my friends for being therefor me it 
would not have been the same without 
you. 





Michael Warren Flehinger 

Manhattan, NY 
Philosophy 
It's been a fun three years. So long and 
thanks for all the fish. 



Elizabeth "Lizzy" Flynn 
Dorchester, MA 

Communication 



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Stephanie Fox 

Southport, CT 
Elementary Education/Visual Arts 



Jay Fulchino 

Weston, MA 
Management/Accounting 
Thanks to everyone. It was a great four 
years. 39143 you made most of my 
memories. CTA, HA}}, Money, PETE, 
DENAPS-IB Cra-Billy-Nic-I don't 
know what I can say-miss ya, TECMO. 
Keep in touch-make lots of money 



Danielle Nicole George 

Raynham, MA 

Communication 
To my family, I love you. Thank you for 
everything, Pete, thank you for your 
support, I love you. 



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Michael Daniel Gillen 

Middleboro, MA 
Communication 
Minor: Management 
Mom, Dad, Erin. . .Thank you for 
everything the past five years. 
Kacey. ..Thank you so much for the gift! 
Alison... Vm so glad ive loent to the 
Celtic's game that Friday night! I love 
you. 





Noel Girouard 

Milton, MA 
Education 
Mom & Dad I just want to thank you 
very much for always supporting me. I 
love you guys so much. Chad, "buddy" 
now we can focus on our big day 8-11-01 
I can't wait. I will love you 4-ever you're 
the best fiance anyone could ever ask for. 



Jill Gordon 

Livingston, NJ 
Business Management 



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Lynne Gordon 
Belieair, FL 

Psycholog]/ 
"Nothing lasts forever, not the moun- 
tains or the sea, but the times we had 
together they will always be with me" 
the samples Thank you mom dad and 
everyone who has been there with me in 
the past four years love u 





Christine Greige 

Worcester, MA 

Communication/Journalism 
School was difficidt and fun all at the 
same time. Thanks Dad. You are wonder- 
fid & I love you. Thanks Mom. Lee, you 
were remarkable. I'll never forget you. 
Sheikh, you renewed my faith, thank you. 
Vll miss everyone so much, good luck & 
God bless you. 



Lauren A. Grodman 
Lincroft, NJ 

Education 
Pre-School Concentration 



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Kelley Marie Grey 

Braintree, MA 

Psychology 
Be glad you had the moinentl 
Girls timnksfor everything, Boys I'll 
miss yoii 

Mom and Dad you made this all possible 
I love you J 



Beverly Gunther 

Quincy, MA 

Criminal Justice 



Jill Elizabeth Haas 

Caldwell, NJ 

Psychology/Elementary & Special 
Education 
Thank you so much mom, dad and family 
for all the love, support and encourage- 
ment. Thanks to my professors who have 
helped me achieve rriy goals and tojhe 
daycare, esp JK + MG Thanks to all my 
fiends at Curnj. (BR, AM) roomies. 
Ouou Love you Peace 




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Ronald C. Hajj, II 

Andover, MA 

Business Management 

Concentration: Accounting 

IB thanx 4 the good times 

IC+EF thanx 4 the memories(Humphrey) 

Nic Igether 4ever Love U Ahvays 

Brianna Kelt Mike love u all "'\ 

Mom & Dad thank u 4 all the help 

This is 4 II 

Love u both w/all my heart 
• Curry College Class of 2001 





Ryan P. Hale 

Maiden, MA 
Business 
LB,GW,JS,SL,2B-2 Crazy times 
]ES-Always been there 4 me 
Mom, Dad, Stacie-Thanx + love ya 
Ricky:4 U most of all- Love ya 
N+P, S+S- 4 being there, pushing mr^ 
Pain is temporan/, pride is forever. 
I am my ou>n worst enemy, but that won't 
get to me. 



Gregory Harris, Jr. 

Burnt Hills, NY 
Communication 






David P. Hastie 

Quincy, MA 



Crae Hoffmaster 

Stratham, NH 

Conwmnicntion 






Mark F. Hogan 

Walpole, MA 

Communication 
Just want to wish my friends Mike, 
Dave, Kim, Amy, Lisa + 3"^ floor of Main 
House the best of hick. I'll catch you 
Inter. Also thanks. Mom + Dad for the 
support + of course the help w/ the 
money. 






Amber Lee Hunt 
Hull, MA 

Business Management 
Don't cry because it's over smile because 
it happened. Mom thank you for believ- 
ing in me I couldn't have done it without 
you. N.D. there was never a moment you 
weren't therefor me I'll miss you. L.M. 
I'll miss you. 



Dana Inchierca 

Chestnut Hill, MA 
Criminal Justice 
"You judged me first." Special thanks to 
nn/ family and fiends. You know who 
you are. 



Charles Israel, II 

Boston, MA 
Business/Criminal Justice 



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Willow Skye Jagareski 

New York, NY 
Business Management 









Andrew Jamieson 

New London, NH 
Criminal Justice 
I would like to thank my family for all 
their love and sltp^port I would not have 
gotten here without you. I ivould also 
like to thank my friends and the faculty 
and a special thanks to Nancy W, my 
advisor for all her help and encourage- 
ment. 



David Jepson 

North Quincy, MA 
Criminal justice 





Shannon Keefe 

Braintree, MA 



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Ronald James Kissell 

Walpole, MA 

Communication 
V\low I made it! Good times w/ the boys 
Main House 3"^ floor, Wet Wednesdays, 
DJ'n w/ the Boys, QC, Extreme Beats, 
Rudy, Spring Break 2000 Orlando. I 
would just like to thank my friends and 
family for helping me out these past 4 
yrs. 143 Mom & Dad 



Brynjar Kjaernested 

Iceland 

Management 
Concentration: Entrepreneiirship 



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KiMBERLY Anne Koenig 
Hyde Park, MA 

Business Management 
Props 2 OS&P KA JB MR Bnbba 
WingDing Who let the dogs out? }G- 
You're Fired. MB-The camel lives on. 
}A-ladi/bug trip to Logan Thnx 4 it all 
XO's, Lizzy-Let's go shopping Mom' 
Marc Lynne-luv u guys thnx! _■ 





Anthony Lalich 

Wilmette, IL 

Communication 
Best of luck to all my boys Brad Daniel 
Mike Gillen & JejfNagle It was fun 
ivorking with you guys at EEL There is 
something about Mary-Ms. D&C 
Remember kids the workfor-the dayjs 
beandog. Ha zoazup. She is a babe. 
Thanks to Parents&my Bro Ziv. Di- 
ploma for }M BM JFK 



Kevin Raymond Lang 

Pembroke, MA 

Communication 
Thanks Mom + Dad + FamUy I couldn't 
have done it w/out you 143 Caitlin- 
Snow? All my friends thanks Rugby- 
Social! You'll never be forgotten. No 
matter what keep smiling it makes people 
wonder what you're thinking 




Angela M. Lawson 
Spencer, MA 

Communication 
So many faces in and out of my life 
Some will last 

Some will just be now and then 
Life is a series ofhellos and goodbyes 
I'm afraid it's time for goodbye again 
Memories CB HB EM LM MW KG BC MH 
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Christopher E. LeBlanc 

Waltham, MA 

Sociology/Education 
PD, MO,SS, 2B, GW, ]M, AM, MP, 
CL213,SL,EM.Lip,Piz,Duff,SN,Coach 
K. Kristin, I Love You.Ray-for telling me 
how it is. Ma + Dad, thank you for 
everything. #13, WW}D, "Water covers 
2/3 of the earth I cover the rest"-DS. We 
out da hood now! 



Carline Lebon 

Mattapan, MA 
Psychology 

Minor: Biology 
Thanks to everyone who helped make it 
tluvugh. Tm gonna miss the "true" 
friends I made along the way. 

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Nicole Michelle Leckie 

Gales Ferry, CT 

Sociology/Education 
TM,KM,MV Boston] Halloween, PIRATES; 
McgW-CT, 495, Late night talks, '99, T- 
TNN, fights, shoulder 2 cry on, fresli/soph, 
party like a rock*, Al-Brown piece, last 
minute in town nights. Cottage, MV-P*, 
talks, basketball :Ren-softball, timrs/sat, IC- 
thanks 4 all the good times;Eric-I love you 
always;Les & John-good luck Ilvu;Kaeli- 
many years to come. Moni&Dad- thanks for 
all you've done for nie, I love you 




Brooke Link 

North Hills, NY 

Communication 
My teachers, staff + friends Tlianks. I 
couldn't have made it through witliout 
you. M&D thanks for the support. M, 
you 're FAB, my girls so EXCELLENT! 
CC, you're my #lans. I love yon all Best 
of luck. 

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Matthew Lee 
Quincy, MA 

HealtJi Education 
Minor: Biology/Psy etiology 
As I traveled these halls of learning I 
have met and known so many people. 
And at times "It was the best times and 
it was the ivorst times." 1 would of not 
missed these times for any tiling. 



Mandy Leonard 

Sparta, NJ 

Sociology/Education 



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Rebecca Lyons 

Duxbury, MA 

Business Management 
Minor: Applied Computing 
We've all experienced a lot together. We've 
laughed, cried, loved, lost and all have our 
memories. For all those times thank you, 
Kelly, Shilo, ]en. Amy, Aarron, Dana, Sean 
and Jay. Love to the boys across the hall. 
Mom, Dad and Christina. 



Keri MacKinnon 

Natick, MA 
Psychology 



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Brian Mahoney 

Ashland, MA 

Communication 



Alfredo Maldonado 

Santurce, Puerto Rico 

Management 



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Middleboro, MA 



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Cristin McCarthy 

Needham, MA 

Visual Arts 
Concentration: Studio Art 
Tliank you so much Mom, Dad, Mike and 
Anna 



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Ft. Lauderdale, FL 

PsycJwlogy 



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KiMBERLY T. McRae 

Medford, MA 

Business Management 
Enjoy yoursL'lf.These are the good old dni/s were 
going to miss the year ahead To all my friends I 
have made here, shared stories with, laughed, 
cried, partied & created memsA will cherish 
alwaysMnss BS Sisney 99KB,KD, KM,GS,DK 
best 'wishes Class ofOlTlmnks for everything Mom 
Chris 7niss you Danielle mike thanks for making 
me believe dreams do come true,I love you ! 

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Ellen Lorraine Meagher 

West Hartford, CT 

Education/Visual Arts 
WJiat we anticipate seldom occurs Wlwt 
we least expect generally happens. 
ALCBHBLMKCMHCVECRHMD It's a 
long way down to the place where we 
started from. "Good morning Angels. . . " 



Fernando Medrano 

Lynn, MA 
Jurisprudence 
Minor: Communication 
Although my four years here were not 
always the most enjoyable times, I 
acquired beneficial experiences. A sincere 
thank you is delivered to many of the 
professors that diligently attempt to open 
our closed minds. Much love to Souliy 
Wan-N' Tani. 



Jason Mills 

Arlington, MA 
Sociology 






Brendan J. Monaghan 

TruiTibull, CT 
Management 
Four years gone by in a flash! MOM, 
DAD,BRIDGET,BOBBY,COLLEEN& rest 
offam, Thanx for all your support. To all 
"Vie Felas" Nehi, Roms, E], JEOVE, DOC 
We made if ! B-baliBoys it.was a great 
ridelJS thanx for being there through good 
times & had.JB 8 years going strong 



Tanya Kristen Marie Montbleau 

Brewster, MA 
Criminal Justice/Psychology 
KM-BF thanks for 4 great years. MV-BF 
thanks for being there! K]M-BF. Jared- 
143.Mayfloiuer Basement. I will miss you, 
NE, Ic & 3] Scottie-you are the best.143- 
Mom,Dad,Becky,Justin. Thank you Kevin.lt 
takes a minute to have a crush, an hour to 
fall in love but a lifetime to forget. 



Chandra Morgan 

Ellsworth, ME 
Psychology/Sociology 



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Amy Morris 
Newton, MA 

Education/Preschool Psychology 
Congrats class of 2001! Jill and Bee we 
finally did it. Tlianx mom, dad and 
family. 

"From your parents you learn love and 
laughter and how toput one foot in front 
of the other but when hooks are opened 
yon discover that you have wings"! 
Helen Hayes 





Kathryn Morris 

Brewster, MA 

Sociology/Education 
Good friends r hard 2 find, harder 2 leave & 
impossible 2 forget, tm & mv ii 2 r more 2 
me then zvrds can say, 4 years rnde us 4ever 
sisters, I love u both! 3J girls :NP MV AG 
KWTO CF TMlwill miss u. muchfim. 
C\arkes{u2leckie) "EARL!"u couldn't be 
better roomies. Romer & IC crew hanging 
out was the greatest, I will never Aget u 
guys... now what? 



Mercedes Jeannette Munson 
Pennington, NJ 

Individually Initiated Major: Creative 
Writing/Literature/Sociology 



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Faheem Nasser 
Nairobi, Kenya (East Africa) 
Business Accounting 
I would like to thank God for blessing 
me.Mom&Dad there are no words to express how 
much I love you. Farah I love you so much little 
sis. My boys, thanks for being wonderfid friends. 
(Fadi, Vlad, Gerry, Alferdo, Kyad, Bryjnar, 
Mouslufa, Carlos, Jidi). Yasmin you have been an 
inspiration to me. To my best friends 
AleemVShree I love you guys. 




Joseph Newman 

S. Jamesport, N.J. 

Communication/ Public Relations 

Tiwnks you Mom, Dad, Mrs. Smith, Sarah + all 
those who supported me in education. 
God bless all my people. Curry Rugby, Meg, }M, 
Lil ]M + my friends who believe in me. 
Aunt Kay, Uncle Jim, Grandma + Feli. 
"Dreams guideone through life, as true selfj 
inspiration creates one's vision into reality." 




OSKER NiEDERSTRASSER 

Mexico City, Mexico 

Politics & History 
I would like to say thanks to nn/ parertts as 
well as all my friends here at Cum/: Dee, 
LD, JP, ]D, MP, D, KL, KG, NA, SC, DT, 
}C,KP,AM,BP,BS,MC,KD: there are more 
hut no more space; and my family Otool 
Just remember this ciuote: You Are WIzo 
You Are And Therefore You Are Nothing 
More " -O. Niederstrasser 



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Elizabith Allen Northway 

Ossining, NY 
English/Communication 
Concentration Tlieater 
Tlianks to the girls for all the good times. 
Tlianks to the boys for being therefor me. 
K]M and hAA, I love you, thanks for keep- 
ing my head straight^ B.C. I'm waiting for 
you, Hun. - 



Amy Christine Oriscello 

Cransford, NJ 

Sociology/Education 

It has been a great four years with you Lisa. 

You are tfie best 



Sarah B. Parlin 

Westbrook, ME 

Communication 
To my parents and sister, I love you with 
everything I have and appreciate all you 
have put up with. I can't remember all the 
times I tried to tell myself to hold on to the 
memories as they pasp. Tlianks everyone 
for the memories! Q S A J'Ni D 






Matt Passman 

Merrick, NY 

Communication 



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Jennifer Pava 

East Boston, MA 

English/Visual Arts 
" You have two choices in life, either quit or 
get better." 



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Nicole Pelusi 

Londonderry, NH 

Business Management 
" A moment lasts all of a second but the 
memory lives 4 eva" 3J, IC, IB-I love u 
guys Mom & Dad-this is 4 ii. Keri & Sara- 
u R my Best Friends I love UAll. Ron its 
been a'great 4 yrs. Can't wait 2 start our 
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Chad Perry 

Milton, MA 
Business 

Secial Thanks and Love to the two people 
who believed in me and treated me as a son 
from the very beginning. 1 O U my life. Also 
to my soon to be wife, Noel, 1 would have 
nevr made it through these years. I will love 
you 4-ever and never let you go. 




Diana Marie Petherick 

Ashland, MA 

Manngement 

Remember the crazy times in the 

suites; AO'B, LB + AO. Spring Break 

2000'; AO'B! Carlos ami Charlie's ! 

Crazy nights in Boston bars with O'B. 

I love you guys; LB, AO'B, AO, and 

\my management buds. 




Jacqueline C. Polcari 

MarsMield, MA 

Health Education 
Minor: Biology/Psychology 
Mom, Dad , and family thankyoufor your 
encouragement ami support through all 
four years. I couldn't of done it without 
you. 1 love you Josh. 




Russell Ptak 

Highland Park, IL 
Management 

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Rebecca Dayle Roberts 

Newington, CT 
Communication 

Minor: English 
Each day demands ive create our whole 
world over S.Plath.Tliank U to those who 
I've shared ioif,sadness & laughter with. 
JH, AM 4 their support. Also to M.Gabow 
4 teaching me how to take risk, for support 
& to FSKIeiner 4 her support/understand- 
ing. To the Alliance- We rockedin thank u 
CA. Tliank u to my parents & Chris I love 
u. Peace 




Gerado Esteban Rodriguez 

Humacaco, Puerto Rico 

Sociology/Environmental Studies 

Proud to be a part of the Class of 2001. 1 am 
looking forward to a master's degree in 
Wildlife Ecology and Conservation, so I 
can make a difference by saving and pro- 
tecting our endangered Puerto Rican envi- 
ronment. My teachers, tutors, advisors, 
classmates, and friends all, will always be 
in my heart & mind... 

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Scott Garrett Romer 

New City, NY 

Graphic Design 
Jlianks Mom&Dnd for being therefor me. 
Ifinalh/ did it. 1 want to tJiam E, Jay, Nehi, 
Biz, Ron, G, Jon, 3G, Marg, Sliilo I couhi 
not have don this loithoiit you. Ali, G-ina, 
G-pa tlianks for the support. 

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Sean Ross 
Bernardsville, NY 

Maimgement 



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Karen Rubino 

Braintree, MA 

Comm u nica tion/TIiea tre 
I am proud to Be a Curry Alumni. TIte 
Faculti/ were always there for me when I 
needed them. Curry theatrehas allowed me 
to see the magic in myself, and let it take 
over. A special thanks to Michelle Gabow 
whom I have the highest respect and love. 



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Jacquelyn Sacchetti 

Rockland, MA 
Criminal Justice 



Samantha Saladino 

Stoneham, MA 

Business Management 



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Jonathan Michael Scott 

Framingham, MA 
Business/Finance 
To my loving family Mom, Dad, Alex, and 
Gigi- 1 could not have done this without 
you! To all my mates on and offthefield- 
and of course my boys in ICI cant wait to 
see what happens next! Tliank you lovely 
form being from Boston! 



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Juliet A. Sharp 

Dorchester, MA 

Health Education 
I would like to thank my mother for all her 
support. I love you momma! To my girls 
Patty &- Terrell ya know! To my peeps 
Amy, Lois, andMedrano (playa). I II holla! 



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Renee Brie Syvia 

Raynham, MA 

Criminal Justice 
" Tlie difference between the impossible 
and the possible lies in a person's determi- 
nation. Tliank you Mom and Dad, GL, 
Kurt. I will never forget softball times. 
Corey I love you and looking foward to our 
future. - ^;^ ^J\j u 



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Lois Jean Simpson 

Orleans, MA 

English/Education 
"Always have a smile on your face and a 
song in your heart" Tliank you Mom and 
Dad for all that you have done for me. I love 
you both veiy nnich. 



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Michael Skiba 

Hewlett, NY 
Business Management/Finace 
"It's not the position in which you stand, 
bu t the directwn in which you look" Tltanks, 
Curry_ College and all my fiends, for a 
great four years. 1 am ready for the future! 



Jessica Blair Sobel 

Paramus, NJ 

Criminal Justice 

"In life, you must put up with the rain in 

order to see the rainbow " - Good Luck Class 

of 2001 



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Jaimie Sotsky 

Framingham, MA 

Education/Sociology 
"Tlte men who try to do something and fail 
are infinitely better than those imo try to 
do nothing' and succeed." - Lloi/d Jones 
Mom/Dad/Tara-Ilove U. Maty C, Nancy 
W., Barbara F. tliank you. 




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Freeport, ME 

English 



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Branford, CT 

Visual Arts 



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Nicholas John Stephans 

St. Louis, MO 

Studio Art/Psychology 
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Amy Surran 

Wilmington, MA 
Criminal Justice 
Remember-.Mom, Dad, Tom, Bobby, Brian. 
Luv ya Mark. Jen, Tim, Dave, '^Chubbs, 
Kim, Nikki, Ally, Becky, Renee. Softball. 
Bruce & Michelle. LMU. Jenn, family and 
friends. Brandy ForgetM} 



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Stephanie Taranti 

Stoneham, MA 

Nursing 
"Life can pull you in many different direc- 
tions, but in the end, your intuition is the 
only compass you need." B.M.Tansky 
To all nnj family & friends... Thank you all 
so much for being a driving force & 
imspiration to my success t hj Q 

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Sean S. Timlin 
Milton, MA 
Business Management 
Tlmnks Mom, Dad, Joe, and Jill. Tltanks to 
all my professors, friends and coaches. Soc- 
cer and baseball '97" 



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Braintree, MA 

Nursing 



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Margaret Vandewater 

Brewster, MA 

Visual Arts - Graphic Design 
TJianks to many - the girls, TM, KM, NP, 
NL, and the rest - always havin' fun TJie 
boys, Mayflower to IC MR, DP you make 
me laugjt. Scott thanks for being there CE 
thanksA^VM many memories stay you Mom 
Dad and Fam I did it! Good luck class of 
2001 




Elizabeth Ann Venezia 

Saugus, MA 
Education/Psychology 
Tlianx to my sisters Karen & Jo- Ann you 2 
R the Best, I love you. My friends DK, 
SF,& KG How could I've made it w/o you! 
My parents, I knoiv 4 certain I would not 
behere if not for you 2 thanx for everything 
KG reniember Pal 97 and Jack, we made it, 
I love ya! 





Chad Verry 

Pembroke, MA 

Business Management 
Thanx family for everything! Alex Brow 
Kev PJMikey Scottie Thanx for good times! 



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Brockton, MA 

Health Education 



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Courtney Margrace Wahl 

Killingworth, CT 

Communication/Public Relations 
RA 98-01, WMLN 97-01, Alexander Gra- 
ham Bell Honor Society. To my family & 
friends, thank you for your love^& support. 
Dad & Brandon you're the best. Mom 
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Terrell Monique Wells 
Brockton, MA 

Psychology 
Jliankyou to my mother for giving me the 
strength, my father for my determination, 
mid my brothers for my wiU to never give 
up. I Jove you. Thank you to P-viddy and 
Jiggafor being loitJi me through tliick and 
thin. Keep love in your heart and never 
give up. 





Megan E. Wickham 
Medfield, MA 

Education/English 

From the start-2nd floor Lombard. Wliat 
reat memories we havel ND KW AS AL 
L TO LM KU MV ]S. Mom, Dad, Katie 

thanx for the support. I hiv you. I'll nnss 

my friends, buti'll see you down tire road. 

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Slingerlands, NY 
English 



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North Attleboro, MA 
Biology/Environment Science 



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Mary Beth Wool 

Pembroke, MA 

Sociology 
Minors:Communication/Psychology 
Mom and Dad thank you for standing by 
me and supporting me, no matter how hard 
it got. Will, ha)ig in there you 'II be here 
soon! Love you! Good Luck'Everybodyl 



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Mary ANN Young 

Weymouth, MA 

Sociology of Criminal Justice 

Minor: Psychology 

Wliat lies behind us and what lies before us 

are small matters compared to what lies 

witliin us. TImnks to my friends who Itave 

been tliere over the years coiddn't have 

done it withou t you Mom and Dad lope ya. 



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Alicia B. Marchetti 

Cranston, RI 
Psychology 
Got some SHUTOUTS I am 4ez'er in PM 
dept thanks for being my guide at Curry BS 
for always heeingluippy 2c me when course 
sel. Cam around DD for having patience 
during math TBfor being one of my great- 
est supports SA we have done it all ROCK 
ON DUDES :) 




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Waltham, MA 

Psychology 




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student life 



Orientation 



Vie theme of this year's 

Orientation program zoas 

"A Worhi of Opportunities." 

Students entering Curry 

College have a wide variety 

of opportunities open to them 

during their tenure at the 

college. Students are 

encouraged from day one to 

take advantage of the many 

great options available to 

each and every student. 



The Curry College Class of 2004 entered Curry on a beautiful sunny day 
September. On September 3, 2000 over 500 new students began their tenure 
Curry. The faculty and staff at the college had worked hard for months to prepa 
for this year's record setting class. The Orientation program gave students a chan 
to meet new members of the Curry College community. Students arrived wi 
family and friends and were met by a wonderful Orientation Leader staff who tO( 
time to check them in and help them get settled. Resident students were greeted 
their halls by their new Resident Assistants and Resident Directors. Once , 
students were settled, the next three days consisted of ice breakers, motivatior 
and educational speeches and a board breaking exercise. New students were ah 
entertained by hypnotist Michael Anthony and comedian Tiny Glover. Studer > 
even had the opportunity to test their luck during the annual Casino Night. Twer 
Orientation Leaders, Resident Assistants, countless number of faculty, staff ai 
others helped make the next several days of Orientation educational and fun. 




50 Curry College 



Parental Advice 

Members of the Curry College Parent's Associa- 
tion share information with parents and students. 
Members of the parent group help with transition 
issues and help get the Curry community involved. 



Light Reading 

New students take time to read their Curry College C| 
entation pamphlets to learn more about Orientation. C| 
entation Leaders helped students get to know the ciT 
pus. 



ep Smiling 

trena Evangelista enjoys working in her 
all group. Small group work was im- 
-tant to help students feel comfortable 
:h one another. 




Proper ID 

Colleen Travis takes a look at her new Curry College ID. Public 
Safety issued college IDs to all new students during Orientation for 
safety and identification purposes. 



ormation 

nielle Habeeb, Elie Hawkins, David Holdsworth and other first year stu- 
its listen closely as Elie shares information about himself with the group, 
lentation helped new students get to know one another during their first few 
^s at Curry College. 




low The leader 

shman Moses Curry leads his group to their next Orientation program. The 
ice of Student Activities planned a wide variety of educational and social 
ivities to ease the transition from high school to college. 



A Shoulder To Lean On 

Orientation Leaders Kevin Lang and Caitlin Marino were two of the smiling 
upperclass students who volunteered their time to help welcome new stu- 
dents during Orientation. Orientation Leaders worked as mentors and role 
models for incoming students. 



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Scholars and Rose Hall Staff 
Front Row: Amanda Gentile, Marga- 
ret Frederics, Karen Ballantine 
Back Row: Will Freeman, Patricia 
Gonzalez, Dermis Keenan (Resident 
Director) 



Mayflower Hall ami 900 House Staff 
Front Row: Margaret Van de Water, 
Manny Lundy, Carrie Eldridge (Resi- 
dent Director) 

Back Row: Alfredo Maldonado, Shakir 
Shabazz, Elly Campos 





State House and the Houses Staff 

Front Row: Lorrie Losanno (Resident Director), Ryan Searle, Joe Barilla, Marl 

Lange, Courntey Wahl 

Back Row: Christian Mitchell, Inala Locke, Kenia Chalas 



Office of Residence Life 
2000-2001 



The Office of Residence Life oversees the entire on 
campus population of students. With the addition of 
the New North Residence Hall the campus has grown 
to house thirteen halls. 

Resident Assistants and Resident Directors helped 
the students create a more comfortable atmosphere 
in their new living environment. Residence Life also 
sponsored some wonderful full campus programs 
this year such as Black History Month in February 
and Free for the Weekend, a substance free weekend 
long activity. 




South Side and Suites Staff 
Front Row: Chuck Henriques (Resident 
Director), Jackie Polcari, Kim Heagney, Chris- 
tine Frazier, John Polcari, Mike Harriman 
Back Row: Erika Wilson, Shilo Ellis, Dan 
Murphy, Joel Crawford, Brian Williams, Steve 
Bonica, Terrell Wells, Katie Amirault 



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Good by e to the Graduating Seniors... 

Front Row: Jackie Polcari, Alfredo 

Maldonado, Courtney Wahl, Terrell 

Wells 

Back Row: Inala Locke, Shilo Ellis, 

Margaret Van de Water, Steve Bonica, 

Brian Williams 



Residence Life Professional Staff 
Front Row: Scott Bodamer(Director), 
Lorrie Losanno (RD), Cat AUard (RD), 
Laura Ramsdell(RD), Carrie 
Eldridge(RD), Michelle Goldrick (Of- 
fice Assistant) Back Row: Keyne 
Cahoon (Asst. Director), Chuck 
Henriques(RD), Dennis Keenan(RD) 





The entire Residence Life staff poses 
for a picture in Westhaver Park. 



Residence Inn Staff 

Jessica St. Jean, Joe Dufur, Cat AUard 

(Resident Director) notpictured:Brian 

Fellicella 



Lombard Hall Staff 

Front Row: Nicole Goldrick, Laura 

Ramsdell (Resident Director), Efua 

Dufu 

Back Row: Pete Mazalewski, Tim 

Fiarrity 



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WELCOME WEEK 

Campus Activities Board (CAB) put together a Welcome Week to remember. 
The week began on Wednesday, September 6 with great entertainment dur- 
ing the Colonel's Kickoff which included a rock climbing wall, the entertain- 
ment of Dave Binder and a number of fun and exciting novelties. Welcome 
Week continued with the great sounds of cover band Bob's Day Off on 
Thursday. Friday evening the Red Sox/Yankees game was showing in the 
Colonel's Corner on the big screen TV. Saturday students were bussed to the 
brand new Six Flags New England for a day of roller coasters and other 
amusement rides. The excitement continued on Sunday when Westhaver 
Park was transformed into a giant laser tag dome. 
The Patriots /Jets game was shown in the Colonel's Corner on Monday 
evening for the sports fans on campus. Tuesday brought the always enter- 
taining Jim Show in Miller Gymnasium. Welcome Week ended on Wednes- 
day with an outdoor showing of Ferris Bueller's Day Off on the academic 
quad. Overall, the CAB programmed an entire week that was packed with 
plenty to do to keep the entire campus busy. 



Our School 

Shilo Ellis, Aaron 
Smith and Kerry Lo- 
gan represent the 
Student Ambassa- 
dors Club. The Stu- 
dent Ambassadors 
work year round to 
represent Curry to 
prospective stu- 
dents. Ambassadors 
work Open Houses 
and give tours 
throughout the year. 



WMLN-FM 

Brain Felicella and 
Courtney Wahl work 
hard to recruit new 
talent for the student 
run radio station. The 
Club Fair was a great 
opportunity for clubs 
and organizations to 
get to know incom- 
ing students. WMLN 
has been on the air 
for over 25 years. 




f HE SOUTH SHORES 
NNING NAVES 




Clowning Around 

Senior Lynne Gordon takes 
some time to dance with the 
Curry mascot. The Curry 
Colonel made a rare 
appearance on Westhaver 
Park during the Club Fair. 
The Colonel helped 
welcome students back to 
another year at Curry and 
to welcome over 500 new 
students. 




Requests? 

Singer Dave Binder 
entertains the crowd at the 
opening BBQ. Binder 
performed while the 
crowd enjoyed food, fun 
and an outstanding Club 
Fair. 



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Armed and Dangerous 

A group of students get ready for a 
game of laser tag. Over 130 
students enjoyed their time in tfie 
laser tag dome that was constructed 
in Westhaver Park. 



Good Food, Good Fun 

A group of students manuever the 
line at the opening BBQ. The BBQ 
was the first official meal of the new 
school year and helped top off a 
wonderful first day back. 




The Tower 

A student tackles an inflatable rock 
climbing wall. This enormous 
strucinjre had four walls and 
allowed students to race to the top. 

Ouch 

Jon Parker receives a tattoo during 
the opening BBQ. Students enjoyed 
characturists and body tattoos on 
this warm September day. 



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Wake Up! 

Senior Brenden Monaghan stands on 
the court at midnight madness wait- 
ing for his team to be announced. 



Watdem 

Bernard Bowen stops to say whats up 
to his fellas while he is getting pumped 
up for this fun occasion. 







MIDNIGHT 
MADNESS 




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Step in Style 

The step team shows their first perf < 
mance during midnight madnei 
They plan to travel to different schoi 
to show their moves. 



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Let's Warm Up 

Senior captain Brian Williams is lead- 
ing his team in warming up for mid- 
night madness. They are all getting 
ready for a successful year. 



Lets Go Curry! 

The curry cheerleaders are tearing up 
the floor with their cheers. They take 
a lot of time practicing their cheers for 
the games. 





Smile Girls 

A few fresfimen girls all pose for a picture. Tliis 
is their first midnight madnass and they seem to 
be having a good time. 



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Curry students volunteer their time to 
give back to a local community. 



On Saturday, September 30th, more than 25 members of 
the Curry community volunteered their services to help 
build a playground at the Snug Harbor Community 
School in Quincy. At approximately 8:00am Curry 
students and staff began helping with a wide variety of 
tasks including construction of the playground, meal 
service, and child care. The Curry volunteers worked 
diligently throughout the day and helped complete the 
project well ahead of schedule. The Curry group re- 
ceived praise from several key members of the project 
including Congressman William Delahimt and Quincy 
Mayor Jim Sheets. The event was a great experience for 
all who took part. 




Young Again 

Curry students pose with children from the Germantown area. Curry 
students looked after children whose parents were helping with the 
construction of the playground. 




The Crew 

Curry students take time out of their busy day to pose for a group photo. 
The Curry group was joined by staff members Dan McHugh, Danielle 
Messier and Shelley Jutras. 




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Pitching In 

Ken Kaplan pitches in to help out with the commu- 
nity service project. Although it was a long day of 
hard work, the Curry students felt it was a worth- 
while cause and a fun project of which to be involved. 

Keep On Smiling 

Senior Kristen Cejka takes some time away from 
work to play with the children. Kristen's pleasant 
personality made her a perfect choice to spend time 
w ith the students at the work site. 



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Double Barrel 

Danielle Messier and Senior Brendan Donahue prepare to fill their wheel 
barrels with mulch. The work area was filled with mulch to give the children 
of Germantown a safe place to play. 

Defense! 

Stephanie Fox and Ellen Meagher enjoy a game of 
basketball while looking after the cWldren. Stephanie 
and Ellen helped to keep the students occupied while 
construction of the playground was under way. 



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HOMECOMING 2000 



Homecoming Weekend 2000 
was a huge success from start 
to finish. The fun filled week- 
end began for faculty, staff, 
students and alumni on Thurs- 
day, September 21, 2000 with 
the Athletic Hall of Fame re- 
ception. Friday's events in- 
cluded reunions for the classes 
of 1935, 1940, 1945, 1950, 1955, 
and 1960. Alumni were treated 
to luncheons and a dinner in 
the Presidents Dining Room 
followed by a campus tour. 
Curry students were treated 
to a first ever pep rally spon- 
sored by Student Activities. 
The pep rally included a DJ, 
games, gifts, as well as an in- 
troduction of the Curry fall 
sports teams. Saturday began 
with an Open House followed 
by the women's soccer team 



playing against Wentworth. 
Sociexho prepared a wonder- 
ful bbq and the Alumni and 
Parent Relations Office spon- 
sored amusements on the D. 
Forbes Will Athletic field. Dur- 
ing this time the women's ten- 
nis team also took on 
Wentworth. The Colonel's 
football team enjoyed an out- 
standing win over MIT in front 
of the large Homecoming 
crowd. The men's soccer team 
lost a tough match to 
Wentworth. Following the 
game there was an Alumni 
Reception allowing open com- 
munication with faculty, staff 
and friends. The weekend 
ended with and all-age pub in 
the brand new Alumni Recre- 
ation Center that was well at- 
tended by students and alum. 




Four's Company 

Members of the women's soccer 
team Leianne Best, Hillary Bakery, 
Jill Gordon and Paul Fioretti 
enjoy the pep rally. Paul somehow 
found his way in with the women's 
soccer team, helping them cheer on 
the rest of the Fall teams. 

Who's Focused? 

Sean Timlin and EJ Catala are relax- 
ing at the pep rally. The Fall teams 
had a chance to get together and psych 
each other up are get ready for future 
games. 




Head and Shoulders 

Jim Donohue and his daughter enjoy 
the Homecoming football game. The 
Colonel's attract fans young and old 
during Homecoming weekend. 




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Idle Man 

iors Mike Harriman, Ellen 
igher and Angela Lawson enjoy 
r first night in the new ARC. 
nbers of the Senior class took ad- 
tage of their final year at Curry. 



Zammit Has Connections 

Raphael Zammit, President Quigley 
and Dean Peimini take time out to 
chat. Senior Staff members often take 
time to stop and spend some time 
with students on campus. 




Pass The Mike 

Football player Mike Coopenrath tries 
his hand at a new sport- hockey. Mike 
took time to enjoy the novelty events 
available to students at the pep rally. 



School Spirit 

Miranda Burdick, Jackie Nevin, EUy 
Campos and Tara Forrester cheer on 
the football players as they win 42-14 
during Fiomecoming Weekend. 




Three Of A Kind 

Students hang out on the side lines and enjoy a laugh together. The 
Colonel's supplied great entertainment for the Flomecoming crowd with 
a commanding win over MIT, 



Chilling At The Pub 

Laura Clement and Lois Simpson enjoy the social aspect of the Homecom- 
ing Pub. The Homecoming event was the first event held in the newly 
constructed Alumni Recreation Center (ARC). 



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MIDNIGHT BREAKFAST. 

PUTTING THE STAFF TO 
WORK!!!!!!!!! 



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Standing Tall 

Lorri Losano, Julie Thomas and Tara 
Forrester have some fun during a break 
in the action. The Curry team featured a 
wide range of students from all classes. 



Tip Off 

Referee Sean Casey tosses up the jump 
ball to begin the game. The Curry 
team suffered a tough loss despite the 
home court advantage. 

Hangin' Tough 

Shakir Shabazz and Will Freeman 
pose for a photo after the game with 
the Harlem Rockets star Rim Rocker. 
The interactive show brought 
laughter to all who attended. 





In an effort to unite staff and students, Curry host an evening of 

COMEDY BASKETBALL 



CURRY 
COLLEGE 

VS 
HARLEM 
ROCKETS 



On Tuesday, October 17, 
2000, the Campus Activities 
Board (CAB) hosted a basket- 
ball game between the Curry 
College community and the 
Harlem Rockets comedy bas- 
ketball team. 

The evening consisted of a 
combination of outstanding 
skills, comedy and laughter. 

Curry had the definite home 
court advantage in the Miller 
Gymnasium and benefited 
from the help of referees Steve 
Nelson and Sean Casey. 

The event drew over 170 
faculty, staff and students and 
seemed to please the entire 
home crowd. 



The Curry team consisted 
of several Curry staff mem- 
bers including CFO Gerard 
Linsky, CIO Dennis Thibeault, 
Director of Institutional Ad- 
vancement Joe O'Brien and 
Deans David Fedo, Sue Pennini 
and Mary Labadini. 

The Harlem Rockets are a 
comedy basketball team made 
up of a combination of former 
Division I college players and 
professionals who played 
overseas. 

The Curry College All Stars 
gave the Rockets a run for their 
money even though the Rock- 
ets remain undefeated in over 
980 games since 1983. 



Defense 

Nathan Brooks tries to defend his o 
ponent during the first half action 
the Miller Gym. Students had tl 
opportunity to enjoy time with st; 
members outside of the classroo 
during this community buildii 
event. 



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Front Row 

Miranda Burdick takes a shot as mem- 
bers of the Rockets take a breather. 
The Rockets kept the audience enter- 
tained throughout the evening. 



Back Court 

Members of the Curry team liustle 
back to defend their basket. Tlie Curry 
staff and students enjoyed the con- 
stant mixture of sport and comedy. 



Curry College 
Harlem Rockets 




Curry All-Stars 

Front Row: (L-R) Lorri Losano, Tara Forrester Second Row: Dan 
McHugh, Gerard Linskey, Sue Pennini, David Fedo, Mary Labadini, Joe 
O'Brien, Todd Roberts Third Row: Amy deBorst, Tammy Monahan, 
Julie Thommes, Becky Roberts, Jackie Nevin, Patricia Gonzalez, Cat 
Allard, Miranda Burdick, Kevin Quigley, Keyne Cahoon Fourth Row: 
Jay Bills, Kevin Lynch, Brian Paulino, Meghan Verichio, Dan Tomaino, 
Scott Brooks, Nate Brooks, Manny Lundy Back Row: Steve Nelson, Sean 
Casey 




One On One 

Patricia Gonzalez keeps her eye on lier opponent during second half action. Over 
30 staff and students rotated into the game throughout the night. The action and 
laughter was non stop from opening tip-off to the final buzzer. 



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LEADERSHIP DAY 




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RENT-A-SENIOR 



Three For One 

Emcee Hilciry Baker reads the biogra- 
phy forms of Nicole Pelusi, Tanya 
Montbleau and Nikki Leckie. The 
highest bidder received this group as 
a three for one deal. 

Happy Together 

Ellen Meagher and Courtney Blount 
have some fun together before bid- 
ding began. Ellen and Courtney 
helped plan the Rent-A-Senior event. 




Pete Marcaurelle flexes his muscles 
for the Rent-A-Senior audience. The 
crowd enjoyed the opportunity to bid 
on a wide variety of people during the 
event. 



Going Once.... 

Kevin Lang strikes a pose for the 
crowd during his auction. Kevin was 
one of a number of Seniors who vol- 
unteered time to the Class of 200L 



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Freeze Frame 

Lynne Gordon poses on stage during 
the Senior class Rent-A-Senior event. 
Proceeds from the auction helped to 
lower the cost of Senior Week. 



What A Girl Wants 

Billy Cray works the crowd during 
the annual Rent-A-Senior event. This 
year's event was held in the brand 
new Alumni Recreation Center. 





nt And Center 

rell Wells shows off her talents 
ing the auction. Members of the 
ior class worked hard to prepare 
the annual event. 




Sold 

Kim McRae and Barbara 
Spadea anxiously await 
the results of their auc- 
tion. An all ages Pub 
followed the Rent-A-Se- 
nior event in the ARC. 
Students enjoyed the op- 
portunity to raise money 
for the Senior class and 
enjoy time with friends. 



In an effort to lower the cost of Senior Week, 
the Class of 2001 held the annual fund-raising 
Rent-A-Senior event. This year's event was held 
on Thursday, November 9, 2000 in the newly 
constructed Alumni Recreation Center (ARC). 
A large number of students turned out to bid on 
friends and classmates to help the class of 2001 in 
their fund-raising efforts. The evening was 
hosted by senior Hilary Baker who brought much 
interest and laughter to the entire audience. 

The Rent-A-Senior event was designed to put 
those being "rented" to work for the right price. 
Winning bidders had the rentees for several 
hours to help with homework, cleaning, cooking 
or just a companion. Overall the event raised 
close to $400 dollars for the Senior class. Follow- 
ing the event students enjoyed and all ages pub 
planned to celebrate the success of the event. 



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Frank Santos 

I ■ ■ R-Rated ■ ■ ■ ■ 

Hypnotist 

On November 8, 2000 the Campus 
Activities Board (CAB) sponsored R- 
Rated Hypnotist Frank Santos. Santos 
mesmerized Curry Students with his 
unique blend of hypnosis and com- 
edy. Students volunteered to be hyp- 
notised by well known Santos for the 
enjoyment of their classmates. Each 
student displayed his/her hidden tal- 
ents during the entire length of the 
event. While under his spell, students 
believed they were rock stars, saw 
aliens, had fantasies and included 
other unmentionable risque behavior. 




In Stitches 

Matt Newman and the rest of the 
crowd enjoy the evenings entertain- 
ment. Well over 120 students enjoyed 
the night of comedy and hypnosis 
that lasted for more than an hour. 



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Any Man Of Mine 

Back up singers Jonathan Marchant 
and Lawrence Fleshman help 
Stephanie Colett perform a Shania 
Twain song for the crowd. A large 
number of students volunteered to 
be hypnotised by Santos. 



Rising Up 

Junior Kenny Kaplan performs the 
Star Spangled Banner for the packed 
house. Students performed a wide 
variety of hilarious acts including 
singing and dancing while hypno- 
tJNud. 



Center Stage 

Frank Santos has some fun with Ju 
ior Kathy Heagney during the shoi 
Ka thy spent parts of the evening tran 
lating the Chinese language and se, 
ing aliens on campus. 





Sleep 

Frank Santos works his hypnosis on Lawrence Fleshman. Santos 
packed the brand new Alumni Recreation Center (ARC) in liis first 
appearance at Curry in over five years. 



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Student Body President- Elect Patricia Gonzalez 
is sworn into office by President Michael 
Harriman. 



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NIGHT 




Jayne Savioli, with tears in her eyes, recieved the Person of the Year Award 

presented by Angela Lawson, Senior Class President. 




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Williams by the Director of Athletics, 
Steve Nelson 



Oustanding Commuting Student 
Award presented to Edith Pierre-Jean 
by Danielle Messier 







Darren Ramos is presented the Benjamin Gordon Scholarship. 



lanacio Garcia recieved with pride, the Essential Skills Model of 
Excellence Award presented by Ned Bradford. 



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Michael Harriman recieved the Senior Class Recognition Award for his 

outstanding achievment. 



The Alliance has done a tremendous job earning the Organization of the 
Year Award. 




Scott Bodemer and Chuck Henriques presented Jackie Polcar, with the Resi- p.^fg^g^, j„i^ h,11 announced with joy the Politics and History Award t> 

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Senior, Kieth Antaya is presented the Accounting Award. 



With a beautiful smile, Terrell Wells is happy to recieve the Intern of the 
Year Award. 



Alumni Achievement 
Award was presented to 
Josh Barbarotta, Kem 
Heagney, Sarah Mclane, 
Dennis Owen, Jennifer 
Sajous, Mark Spinato, and 
Karyn Watts. 



Alexander Graham 
Bell Honor Society 

Inducties for 2000 and 
Spring 2001 




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Margaret Frederics was presented the RA of the Year Award 

by her Resident Director Dennis Keenan 



WMLN-FM Outstanding Radio Award presented to 
Rebecca Roberts. 




Graduating Senior Jennifer Pava proudly recieves the English Award. 



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Father Joe Arsenault is presented with the Barbara 
Pettingell Student Affairs Award. 




Roberta Koshberg presents graduating Senior, Mark 
Hogan the 2001 Communication Award. 



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Members of Lambda Pi Eta (National Communication Honor society) at the Dinner and Introduction Ceremony on March 20, 2001 . Left to Right: 
Amanda Whitmore, Danielle George, Beth Northway (treasurer), Rebecca Roberts, Theresa Leone, Catherine Culver, Nicole Marino (vice 
president), Mike Gillen (president), Courtney Wahl, Mark Hogan, Jefferey Arleque. Absent from the picture are Andrew Koenigsberg, Lindsay 
McKenzie, and Jacquelyn Sacchetti. 



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Lambda Chi officers Beth Northway, Nicole Marino, and Mike Gillen participate in the first Curry College induction ceremony on March 20, 
2001. 




Faculty and officers of Lambda Pi Eta (National Communication Honor Society) at the Dinner and Induction Ceremony on March 20, 2001 . Left to Right: John 
Barrett, Dorria Di Manno, Roberta Kosberg, Lucille McLaughlin, George Wharton, Beth Northway (treasurer), Nicole Marino (Vice-president), Mike Gillen 
(president), Vicki Nelson (advisor). Dean Fedo, and President Quigley. 



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World AIDS Day Celebration 

Secretary, Brian Felicella, President, Becky Roberts, River Houston, Vice President Charlie Roberts, and Cat AUiard all 
stand for a picture. The alliance board and River Houston celebrate her brilliant speech on her life with AIDS and how 
to be a conscience person about the world around you. 




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Front Row: Allison Hayes, Kyle Bergeron, Sara Mclane, Kimberly Elliott 



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Step Club in 1998 were Efua 
Dufu, Carline Lebon, and 
Terrell Wells. Efua has car- 
ried the club from 1998 to 
2001. The club has grown 
since the first year and is 
still growing. Step has be- 
come a diverse club and 
more open to different 
kinds of dance. Efua is a 
Graduating Senior next 
year and plans to hand the 
club over to Tara Forrester. 
Tara is hoping to keep the 
club going with new people 
and exciting ideas. 




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STUDENT GOVERNMENT 
ASSOCIATION 




EXECUTIVE BOARD 

Treasurer Ron Hajj, Vice President Ellen Meager, President Michael Harriman, Vice President of Programming 
Elizabeth Venezia, Secretary Terrell Wells 




SENIOR CLASS 

Treasurer Brendan Monaghan, Vice President Mark Hogan, President Angela Lawson, Secretary Courtney 
Blount Representative Lynn Gordon, Representative Bill Cray, Representative Scott Romer 



118 Curry College 




JUNIOR CLASS 

Treasurer Joe Dufur, Vice President Elly Campos, President Patricia Gonzalez, Secretary Editli Pierre-Jean 
Representative John Polcari, Representative Dan Tomaino, Representative Brian Felicella, Representative Kevin Kaplan 




SOPHOMORE CLASS 

Treasurer Stephanie Tliibodeau, Vice President Morgan Schocket, President Jennifer McEJhanon, Secretary Wislande Pierre 
Representative Karen Ballantine, Representative Jeff Day, Representative Erin Stewart, Representative Jason Feldman 




FRESHMAN CLASS 

Treasurer Joe Vargiis, Vice President Jay Bills, President Tara Forrester, Secretary 
Sue Valentino Representative Jackie Nevlin, Representitive Miranda Burdick 



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EXECUTIVE 



REVI EW 



BOARD 




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Cheerleading 




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124 President's Message 




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FOOTBALL 

The 2000 Colonel's football team continued their winning ways 
with another quality season finishing with a record of 6-4. The 
Colonel's season began with a tough loss to Norwich Univer- 
sity. The team bounced back winning their next three contests 
with wins over Maine Maritime, Framingham State, and MIT. 
The winning streak helped keep spirits high entering the fifth 
game of the season against Nichols College. Nichols shut out 
the Colonel's beginning a two game losing streak against 
Western New England College and Salve Regina, two hard 
losses. The Colonel's began their winning ways again with a 
win in their seventh game. Curry finished the season on a three 
game winning streak defeating Fitchburg State, U-Mass Bos- 
ton and U-Mass Dartmouth. The Colonel's finished with a 
winning record for the third straight season under the direction 
of head coach Steve Nelson. 



On The Run 

Senior cornerback Chris LeBlanc 
runs the ball while his defensive 
end Damien Simpson is blocking 
his way. The Colonel's offense 
stayed strong all season to give an 
outstanding end to the season. 



Huddle Up! 

The Colonel's discuss the upcom- 
ing play that will lead to a victory 
touchdown. The Colonel's offense 
worked hard all season to put to- 
gether their third winning season. 





Who's Open? 

Sophomore quarterback Neal Houghton gets ready to throw a touchdown pass. 
The Colonels relied on their offense to continue their winning ways. 




Chilling!!! 

Sophomore tight- end Larry Mulrey 
and Senior center Adam Mangieri, 
members of the offensive line, take 
a breather while the defense is on 
the field. 



Curry Football 


Final Record: 


6-4 




NEFC Record 


:5-3 




Curry Opponent 


Norwich 


14 


17 


Maine Maritime 


29 


6 


Framingham 


35 


6 


MIT 


42 


14 


Nichols 





33 


Western NE 


35 


42 


Salve Regina 


7 


10 


Fitchburg 


10 


7 


U-Mass Boston 


40 





U-Mass Dartmouth 27 


20 



Who Let The Colonel's Out? 

Matt Passman celebrates as he runs with the ball with his teammates at 
sides. The Colonel's relied on their defense to get the ball back, and give t 
offense an opportunity to score. 



To The Promise Land 

Running back Moses Curry pushes through the defense as he 
runs for a touchdown. As a Freshman, Moses worked hard and 
received a lot of playing time. 



4 



Jmush 

"reshman Rapheal Zammit lets 
lobody stand in his way as he 
;oes for a touchdown. Zammit' s 
ast running on the field earned 
lim the nickname" Speedy-Z". 

Did you see that touchdown? 

Senior wide receiver Paul 
Dunderdale gives Junior wide re- 
eiver Jeff Lang a little chuckle 
Afhile off the field Paul's leader- 
hip always keeps the team alive 
3n and off the field 






rst Row: (Left to Right): Matt Passman, Chuck Israel, Chris LeBIanc Second Row: Paul Dunderdale, Adonis Espinal, Joel Belmonte, Todd Eakins, 
ian Mclnemy, Matt Jeannotte, Moses Curry, Tony Giannetti, Brian Walsh, Steve Minukas, Raphael Zamniit, Brian LeBIanc, Neal Houghton, Dave Ferrando 
lird Row: (L-R): Michael Coppenrath, Eric Wilson, Joe Parisi, George Lowe, David Wolf, Steve Maloney, Brian Beauchamp, Jeremy Bills, Jason Langweil, 
aniel McNeil, Bob Bertucci, Enrico Gomes, Jeff Campilio, Nick Cox Fourth Row: Bill Lovendale, David Waden, Tommy DupreEstime, MacKenzie Harrison, 
nathan Marchant, Brian Rezendes, Nick Sapienza, Jeff Lang, Josh Barbarotta, Matthew Quist, Larry Mulrey Kevin Lynch, Brian Walsh, Dave Baird, Robert 
acHugh, Daniel Sullivan Fifth Row: Darrell Jones, Ed Sullivan Kellen Young, Mark Spinato, Jarett Campbell, William, Morrison, Andrew Bevilacqua, 
larmy Ortiz, Austin Griffing, Terrence Norve, Justin Pauquette, Daniel Rosen, Mark Cilibrasi, Rob Retalic Six Row: Ed Zimirowski, Rogers Dunkman, Geoff 
ermano, Gary Gillespie, Daniel AUar, Robert Byrnes, Chris Kuhn, Adam Mangieri, John Brock, Paul Wise, Harry Nadal, Steve Baird, Paul Skarzenski, Michael 
)ledo, Carl Aschiero Seventh Row: Matt Hulett, Stephanie Thibodeau, Team Manager Brett Joseph, Trevor Rudolph, Kyle Burns, Jesse Fox, Michael Wells, 
amien Simoson, Roger Lothrop, Joe Siracuse, Michael Ferrara, Daniel Connaughton, Team Manager Charles Meeske Eighth Row: Athletic Trainer Lee 
nney, Mark Pizziferri, John Doherty, Mike Cerullo, Ronnie Lippett, Brian Lee, Todd Roberts, Steve Nelson, John Sarianides, John 
annetti, Mike Bryan, Bill McDonald, Vinnie Eruzione, Athletic Trainer Kelly Kerber, Athletic Trainer Dan Morgan 



Women's 



Tennis 




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Women's Tennis 



Curry Opponent 



Salem St. 


7 





Simmons 


2 


5 


Gordon 


2 


7 


Endicott 


3 


6 


WNEC 


4 


5 


Wentworth 


9 





Suffolk 


4 


5 


Nichols 


4 


5 


Roger Williams 


1 


8 


Salva Regina 


1 


8 


Emerson 


6 


3 


Regis 


7 


2 


Colby-Sawyer 


1 


8 


Eastern Naz 


9 





UMass D. 


5 


4 


Salva Regina 


2 


7 




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MEN'S TENNIS 




CURRY OPPONENT 


Wentworth Inst 


4 5 


Emerson 


2 7 


UMass Boston 


2 7 


Colby-Sawyer 


9 


Gordon 


2 7 


Newbury 


8 1 


UMassDartmouth 


1 8 


Roger Williams 


3 6 


Nichols 


1 8 


Eastern Nazarene 


7 2 


Salva Regina 


1 8 


Endicott 


1 8 



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MEN'S 
TENNIS 








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CURRY 



Men's 
Soccer 

The Men's Soccer team had their best year in 
several seasons under Head Coach Brendan 
Donahue. The team finished with seven wins and 
compiled a 4-6-1 record in the Commonwealth 
Coast Conference. Coach Donahue's squad con- 
sisted of only six upperclassmen and fielded an 
astonishing twelve Freshmen. The young team had 
a much improved showing over previous years. 

Senior GoalKeeper Sean Timlin took home the 
Most Valuable Player around for the second 
straight season. Timlin gave away twenty six fewer 
goals in his Senior season. Freshman Joe Ferguson 
made second team All-Conference in his first year 
with the Colonel's. Joe also led the team in goals 
and points. 

Curry is looking to the future with a great crop of 
young talent. Coach Donahue feels that the 
Colonel's will put together a very strong team in 
the years to come. 




LEFT TOP: Brad Rybko runs 
down field with the ball. 

BOTTOM LEFT: Goalkeeper and 
Captian Sean Timlin punts the bal 
from the goal box. 

BELOW: Head Coach Brendan 
Donahue works the sidelines. 




''Go for the Goal! 



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FRONT ROW: 

Peter Smith 
Justin Makara 
Blake Gillan 
Bryan Brickley 
Sean Timlin, Captain 
E. J. Catala, Captain 
Nick Moulton 
Brian Fleming 
Brad Rybko 

BACK ROW: 

Coach Brendan Donahu 
Ronald Vickers 
Kevin Walsh 
Joshua Davis 
Albert Lazaro 
Mark Particelli 
Christopher Malatras , 
Joe Ferguson 
James Mcready 
Paul Fioretti 
Jay Oakley 



132 Curry College 




uarding the Goal 

urry goalkeeper Sean Timlin takes a dive to slap the ball out of 
le goal box while Curry's defensemen stand guard. Timlin 
layed his final season for the Colonel's and was named MVP. 



SCOREBOARD 





Curry 


Opponent 


Emerson 


2 


1 


Gordon 





6 


New England College 
Endicott 


3 



1 

5 


Daniel Webster 


7 





UMass Dartmouth 





2 


Wentworth 


1 


2 


Thomas College 
Nichols 


2 
1 



1 


Roger Williams 


1 


2 


Salve Regina 
U. New England 
Framingham State 
Colby-Sawyer 
Suffolk 


3 
3 
1 
1 
1 


2 
1 
3 
2 
4 


Eastern Nazarene 


1 


5 


Anna Maria 


6 





Mount Ida 





1 



Final Overall Record: 7-10-1 

Commonwealth Coast Conference Record: 4-6-1 



COACH'S CORNER 

''Curry Men's Soccer is on the 
rise with our best soccer in the 
near future/' 
-Coach Donahue 



Taking Control 

Curry defenseman Joe Ferguson steals the ball from a defender 
during a Colonel's home game. Skills and speed were important 
for the Colonel's throughout the long season. 




Incoming 

Forward Paul Fioretti prepares for a throw-in during a Colonel' s 
game. 




Fancy Footwork 

Forward Scott DeLuca out- 
maneuvers his opponent 
as he dribbles down field. 



The Wall 

Paul Fioretti, Ron Vickers, Joe 
Ferguson, Nick Moulton, and Chris 
Malatras form a wall during a direct 
kick. The men's team worked well 
together all season for Coach 
Donahue. 



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Pow 

Freshmen Rebecca Gardner takes a 
shot at the goal during a home game. 
Coach Farrara is counting on her 
young team to improve over tlie next 
few years. 



Thirst Quencher 

Sophomore Leianne Best takes a brake 
from the action to replenish her liq- 
uids. Leianne saw plenty of playing 
time and looks to be an important 
nucleus for next year's squad. 





Women's Soccer 




Women's Soccer 



134 Curry College 



Running The Field 

Donna Walsh leaps over her opponent to get to the ball during first half action. 
Donna was one of only four graduating seniors on this year's young team. 



Curry 
Brandeis 1 


Opponent 

8 


New England College 
Gordon 


4 
1 



8 


Endicott 


1 


3 


M.I.T. 





6 


Wentworth 


8 


3 


Fitchburg State 
Nichols College 


4 

1 


2 

5 


Roger Williams 
Salve Regina 

University of New Eng 
Mount Ida 


1 


1 

4 


3 
2 

1 


Regis 
Lesley 

Colby-Sawyer 
Emerson 


1 

7 
5 

2 


2 
1 



3 


Eastern Nazarene 


4 


1 


Anna Maria 


2 


3 


CCC Quarterfinals 





5 




All Mine 

Angela Burgess carries the ball down 
field while avoiding her opponent. 
Angela was one of ten freshman who 
saw playing time for the Colonel's. 





All Smiles 

Hilary Baker and Jill Gordon take a 
brake from the game to smile for the 
camera. Team work played an im- 
portant role in the Colonel's success 
both on the field and off. 

Pep Talk 

Coach Danielle Ferrara gives the 
women on the team some advice and 
encouragement. In her second full 
season as coach, Danielle has helped 
to improve the team dramatically. 




Front Row: (L-R) Julie Pagliuca, Frances Cutler, Barbara Spadea, KarlaHuested, Captain Hilary Baker, Captain Jill 
Gordon, Rebbecca Gardner, Katie Messuri, Molly Melone. Top Row: Assistant Coach Caitlin Roberts, Maryellen 
LoRusso, Courntry Johson, Donna Walsh, Erin Butler, Suzanne Siroru, Allison Schiffman, Leianne Best, Liz Middleton, 
Angela Burgess, Aimee petrosky. Head Coach Danielle Ferrara. 



Journey on Through 135 



Captains I am Tired! 

The senior trio, Nikki Lecki, Renee Sophomore Lesile Montalto walks 

Silvia, and Amy Surran pose for there away from the field. She has played a 

last Curry College team photo. long hard inning. 





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BELLO!!!!!! ». 

Freshman Lisa Bello gets a quick jump i* - . 
off third base. Lisa has had such a 

good year and gets ready for her next .^; 

year as captain. i^^i* 






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I HAVE A QUESTION??? 

Junior Aleigh Machodo is stopping for 
a second to admire the hit one of her 
teammates just vvammedout there. 
Now she is ready to do the same. 





Jamie Time 

Freshman Jamie Goldman calls time 
and waits for coach Bruce to give her 
the sign. 



Catch It. 

Freshman Angela Pearsons goes to 
catch the ball with no problem. She is 
a strong player for her team. 



Softball 



Curry 
ohnson & Wales 4 


Opponent 

7 


Ventworth 


5 


4 


Ventworth 


13 


4 


*Jew England 
>Jew England 
mdicott 


1 
10 

3 


4 

10 

5 


^nna Maria 


13 





loger Williams 
loger Williams 
Jn. of N. England 
Jn. of N. England 
Slichols 



6 
2 

2 
2 


7 
6 
3 
1 
10 


"Jichols 


2 


3 


jalva Regina 
salva Regina 
Jrandeis 


2 
5 
2 


6 

2 
4 


Regis 
legis 
Gordon 


8 

7 
5 


1 
4 




Sordon 


6 


3 




Front Row: (L-R) Lisa Belle, Jennifer Gordon, Amy Surran, Nikki Lecki, Renee Silvia,Trina Wheelwright, 
Jamie Goldman, Cath Maguire 

Back Row: Coach Bruce Weackworth, Leslie Montalto, Leigh Johnston, Aleigh Machodo, Angela Pearsons, 
Lee-Ann Meehl, Candy Gabrey, Sara Davison 



Journey on Through 137 



Men's Soccer 



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Men's Soccer 


Curry Opp 


onent 


Emerson 2 


1 


Gordon 


6 


N.England 3 


1 


Endicott 


5 


Daniel Webster 7 





U.MassD. 


2 


Wenfworth 1 


2 


Thomas 2 





Nichols 1 


1 


RogerWilliams 1 


2 


Salva Regina 3 


2 


U.of N.England 3 


1 


Framingham 1 


3 


Suffolk 1 


4 


Colby-Sawyer 1 


2 


Eastern Naz. 1 


5 


Mt. Ida 6 





Anna Maria 


1 




Journey on Through 139 



Jason Boyle looks on with preparation for the game. Boyle 
strong attitude on the ice keeps the players heads up. 



Joe Savioli states down the ice with the puck, with Kevin Narciso 
behind for a drop pass. 




Senior Captain Justin DelVecchio 
crosses the red line, and jumps the 
puck in as the colonels attack. Justin 
has been a great legacy to this team 
and he will be missed next year. 



Assistant Captain Sean Whelan looks 
on ready to attack the defence. Sean 
positive attitude for the team never 

lets him give up. 




140 Curry College 




Keith Ryan, Ken Powers, Ryan 
Linehan, Jay Boyle, and Robert Win- 
ters are ready to hear the starting Une 
up for their team and the opposing. 



Scott Tkachuk takes a dive to the ice 
after taking a shot. He has no problem 
with going all out for the team. 



;3 Ken Powers skates off the ice dur- Robert Winters i s looking on waiting 

ng a line change. While catching his for a one-timer. He concentrates on 

ireath the other players try to score where the puck is heading, 
roals. 






Kevin Narciso, Dave Roberts, Scott Tkachuk, and Joe Snecinski all sit 
together awaiting the National Anthem. The team gets ready to get pumped 



HOCKEY 


CURRY 


OPPONENT 


Framingham 


1 


3 


Nichols 


4 


7 


Suffolk 


2 


4 


Fitchburg 


1 


6 


Assumption 

N.Hampshire 

Lebanon 


3 
2 
2 


8 
5 
2 


Johnson 
Westfield 


1 
3 


5 
3 


UMass D. 


3 


4 


St.Michael's 





7 


Navy 
Wentworth 


5 
1 


6 
11 


N.Hampshire 
Worcester 


3 
2 


6 

7 


Plymouth 
Tufts 


3 

3 


4 

5 


Nichols 


7 


3 


Manhattan 





8 


Stonehill 


4 


6 


Bates 


2 


1 


Suffolk 


3 


2 


Neumann 


3 


1 


Salva 


5 


4 




Journey on Through 141 




I got it 

Leianne Best fights aggresively for tlie ball. Her tough attitude leads the team. 




Get out of my way 

Becca is determined to break free from her defender. Her 
facial expressions just show how much she works for her 
team. 
142 Curry CoUege 



Pass the ball 

Amanda waits patiently for the ball to be passed to her. She has 
been such a good team player this year. 




Women's 
Lacrosse 



Yes Coach 

Jen Duck listens intensely to the coach to see what the next play will be. 



>ide Lines 

•"Jichole & Jeanmarie watch the action on the field from the side lines 



Lacrosse 




Curry Opponent 


Western N. England 


6 


13 


Lasell 


16 


5 


UMass Dartmouth 


3 


16 


Emerson 


21 





Endicotl 


6 


14 


Southern Maine 


15 


8 


N. England 


5 


14 


U.of N. Haven 


11 


2 


Nichols 


10 


11 


Colby-Sawyer 


11 


12 


Salva Regina 


7 


17 


U.of N. England 


4 


12 




The team watches from the side lines waiting anxiosly to see if they will win. They have had a great 
season and tend to make a better one next year. 

Journey on Through 143 



Men's Lacrosse 




144 Curry College 




Men's 


Lacrosse 


Vassar 


Curry 

5 


Opponent 
14 


MIT 


4 


18 


Wentworth 


8 


13 


Mass Maritime 


7 


15 


Danial Webster 


13 


2 


U. of N. Englanc 
New England 
Roger Williams 
Keene State 


13 
1 

2 
10 


6 

13 

10 

7 


Salva Regina 


13 


11 


Clark 


12 


13 


Nichols 


15 


4 


UMass Boston 


9 


18 


Mt. Ida 


14 


1 


Edicott 


8 


20 




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Journey on Through 145 



Keep On Reaching 

Teammates help each other stretch 
out. 



Women's Cross Country 



Date 


Meet Location 


Sep. 9th 


at Tufts University 


Sep. 16th 


at UmassDarthmouth 


Sep. 23rd 


at Gordon College 


Sep. 30th 


at Tufts University 


Oct. 7th 


at Roger Williams University 


Oct. 14th 


at Westf ield State College 


Oct. 21st 


at Pine Manor College 


Oct. 28th 


Commonwealth Coast Confer- 


ence Championships at Gordon College 




Captain and Coach 

Coach Erika Towlson and captain Laura Estey take time out for a picture 



146 Curry College 



Run! Run! 

Karyn Watts maintains her form 
as she runs off to tlie races. 




Burr... 

Players shown warming up before this 
cold afternoon for their meet. 



You Can Do It! 

Captain Laura Estey makes her 
way tliTough the trail. 



Keep on Moving 

Running hard towards the finish 
line. 

Team Photo 

Although having a small team, 
these girls stuck with it day in and 
day out. 



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Watch Your Feet 

Junior Christian Mitchell runs a fake on the opposing team. Mitchell shows 
his spirit at all of his games, but watch out he might step on your toes. 





It's All Over 

Senior Captains Brendan Monaghan and Brian Williams stand together witl 
their coach, Sean Casey for their final year of Basketball. These two captain 
have worked together to make their team successful. 



Rack Up The Points 

Pushing his way through the defence. Junior Will McCoy makes his lay up. 
Will puts his all in every game he plays. His enthusiasm with the team keeps 
them pumped. 



I Got This! 

Curry's Offence stays strong while Junior Shakir Shabazz 
swings by the pick that was set for him. With his height 
Shakir finds it easy to go to the hoop. 



148 Curry College 




Playing Hard 

Junior Bernard Bowen shows his offense abihties he keeps the ball 
I away from the defense. Bernard has had an incredible season for 
I his first year here at curry. 



Who's Open? 

As junior Kyle McNama holds the ball on offense, he looks to see where his 
team mates are. He has had a strong year and is getting ready for his senior 
year. 




Curry Basketball 



Curry 


Opp 


3nent 


Washington 


71 


83 


City of N.Y. 


78 


85 


Castleton V.T. 


86 


56 


Mt. Ida 


60 


78 


Springfield 


72 


86 


St.JosepiiM.E 


62 


76 


Lasell 


90 


98 


Gorden 


109 


103 


Bridgewater 


68 


63 


CatliolieUn. 


58 


91 


Delaware 


81 


70 


Tufts 


65 


73 


Endicott 


47 


70 


Salve Regina 


55 


68 


New England 


69 


83 


EastNazarene 


69 


83 


U. of New England 


91 


78 


Notre Dame 


74 


72 


Elms 


74 


46 


Nichols 


66 


78 


Colby-Sawyer 


65 


68 


Wentworth 


42 


71 


Anna Maria 


55 


53 


Roger Williams 


62 


77 




Team Sportsmanship 

The team sits together and cheers for their peers that are on the floor. Curry 
has made it very known that they stand by their players all year. 



I 



Journey on Through 149 



I can see it. 

Sophomore MeganVarricchio goes for her lay up with no force from the 
defense. Meghan has no problem putting points on the board. 

You can't catch me! 

Shirley Garicia is trying to break lose from the defense. She has had a 
successful year and is getting ready for another season. 




Block It! 

Freshman Leigh Johnston blocks the offense from mak- 
ing their points. Leigh has put one hundred percent in 
150 Curry College every game she has played in her first year. 



Two more points 

Shannon Brock is all alone after steal- 
ing the ball from the opposing team. 




WOMEN'S 
BASKETBALL 



Here Comes Two Points 

Senior Nicki Leckie plays hard in her final year at 
Curry. Nicki has had a great four years and has 
showed her team spirit the whole way. 



That Was Easy 

Junior Kristen Williams loses her defender after a 
spectacular move. Kristen always keeps her feet 
moving on the floor. 




Curry Basketball 



Curry Opponent 






M.I.T. 


52 


77 




Bates 


46 


91 




Simmons 


74 


64 




UMass Dartmouth 


36 


73 




Mass College 


63 


46 




Mtlda 


77 


57 




Gordon 


54 


69 




Lasell 


75 


71 




Bridgewater 


61 


90 




Lesley 


76 


44 




Endicott 


55 


73 




Salve Regina 


57 


80 




Regis 


43 


59 




New England 


63 


73 




Eastern Nazerene 


71 


56 




U. of New England 


68 


90^ 




Daniel Webster 


60 


62 




Suffolk 


50 


84 




Nichols 


71 


74 




Wentworth 


40 


57 




Mt. Ida 


65 


56 




Anna Maria 


62 


74 




Roger Williams 


39 


70 




Journey on Through 


151 



COMMENCEMENT 



2001 






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Lois, 

From your first footprints in 

Teheran— and your steps in life through Singapore, Belgium, Connecti- 
cut, Virginia and now Massachusetts — you have been a joy to us each 
and every step of the way As you step forward to receive your college 
diploma, we promise our love and support through all the journeys 
which are ahead. 
Mom, Dad and Christine 



164 Cuiry College 



Elizabeth Ann Venezia 




Wow! We are so proud 
of you. Never lose sight 
of your dream, you are 
on your way. 
Our Love, 
Dad-Mont'Karen-Jo-Ann 



Laura P. Clement 




Laura: 

We are so proud of 
you and your accom- 
plishments. You've 
come a long way, 
congratulations! 
Love, 

Mom, Dad, Barry, 
Kathy and Jessica 





Ignacio Garcia 
"Nacho" -^sit 



Congratulations!! 
We are happy and proud of 
having you as part of the 
"Family Garcia". We wish you 
the best as you start in the 
pursuit of your goals in life. 
Love, 

Manna, Papa, Juanca, Shah, 
Jorge, Alex & Jay 



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BEST FRffiNDS FOREVER 




Courtney Blount 




Congratulations on all of your accomplishments. 

We are so proud of you! 

Love, 

Mom & Dad 



Angela M. Lawson 

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You can accomplish anything if you use your 
HEART as well as your MIND. 
Congratulations! 

Love, 
Mom & Dad 



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E.J. Catala 

& 
Hilary Baker 

EJ. and Hilary, 

We are so proud of you 

both. Keep following your 

hearts and chasing all your 

dreams. 

Congratulations! 
We love you! 

XOX 
Mom and Dad 



EJ. Catala 




Congratulations! You have done it! 

So happy and so proud of you. 

We just had to shout about it so 

BRAVO - LET THE APPLAUSE BEGIN 

Love, 

Grandpa and Grandma 



Congratulations 



Charles Bradley Daniel 




You have worked very hard 

and we are proud of you. 

Love, 

Mom, Whitney and Grandpa 



Michael Stanton 



Mike, 

With your motivation and persis- 
tence you will accomplish great 
things. We are extremely proud 
of you! We wish you happiness 
and success always!!!! 
Love, 
Dad, Mom and Nicki 




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Dear Gerardo: 

We feel great joy on your success. Since the 
day of your determination to study at Curry, we 
have followed your struggle, perseverance, and 
youthful enjoyment of your own sacrifices. 

Your life has been a blessing for us. And to be 
at your side, our most important experience. 

Te amamos mucho, 
Mama y Papa 

Humacao, Puerto Rico 






168 Curry College 





Scott Romer 




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ful, compassionate and loving. 


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Keep up the good work! 




We love you! 




Mom, Dad, Allison and Sara 







Chandra Morgan 




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Chandra, 


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Always follow your heart 


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and dreams! We wish you 


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health, success and most of 


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all happiness! We are so 


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very proud of you! 


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Congratulations! 


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Mom & Dad 



Journey on Through 169 



Tony Lalich 



CONGRATULATIONS 

TONY 



We are so proud of you. 
You are the best! 



Love, 

Mom, Dad, Ziv 

Nanny, Baba & Nikki 



170 Curry College 




Inala Marquelina Locke 

"Now you understand 

Just why my head's not bowed. 

I don't shout or jump about 

Or have to talk real loud. 

When you see me passing, 

It ought to make you proud. 

I say, 

It's in the chck of my heels, 

The bend of my hair. 

The palm of my hand. 

The need for my care. 

'Cause I'm a woman 

Phenomenally. 

Phenomenal woman. 

That's me." 

-Maya Angelou 

With love and pride from Mom and Dad! 



Andy Jamieson 




We are very proud of 
you and all that you 
have accomplished. 
Your future is bright. 
You have worked hard 
and it shows. 

Congratulations! 

Love, 
Mom and Dad 



Journey on Through 171 




Remember - 
Be free to be 
what your heart 
and mind yearn 
to be. 



Hilary Lynne Baker 

Hilary, 

Such joy with your birth! 
And what unceasing en- 
ergy and a strong will as 
you grew. Your smile lights 
up all you do. We love you 
and will always be so 
proud that you belong to 
us!! 

Love always. 

Mum, Dad, Jared, Alexis 
and Emma 




172 Curry College 




Michael Skiba 



May life be as kind to you as you have 
been, and always are, to those around you. 

We love you! 

Mom(my), Dad and Lauren 





Michael Flehinger 




The Past is Prologue 
The Future is Unlimited 
CONGRATULATIONS 

To 

Michael Flehinger 

With love from 

Steve & Harriet Flehinger 

Dr. Lenor Fleming 



Journey on Through 173 



Joshua 
Barbarotta 





Joshua: 

Congratulations on 
your awesome achieve- 
ment! We couldn't be 
prouder of you. May 
your future continue to 
be bright. 
Drum on, JB! 
Love Forever, 
Mom, Dad, Rachel and 
Sunny 



174 Curry College 




CONGRATULATIONS 

ON ALL YOUR 
A CCOMPLISHMENTS. 
WE ARE VERY PROUD OF YOU. 
LOVE MOM, DAD, & MIKE 




Josh Barharotta 

Dear Josh: 

We are truly blessed to have 

you in our lives and very 

proud to be your Gram and 

Pop. 

Congratulations on your 

graduation and thank you 

from the bottom of our 

hearts for the past 21 years. 

We love you always, 

Gram (a/k/a grgr) and Pop 



Journey on Through 175 



Elizabeth A. Desmond 



It's hard to believe "our baby" grew up to be 
this remarkable person. Your perseverance 
and ambi- 
tion will con- 
tinue to help 
you succeed. 
We love you. 
You've made 
us proud. 

Mom and 
Dad 





Kathy Tobin 

Congratulations ! 
I am so proud and 
so happy. 
Good luck. 
Love, Kristin 



We are so very proud of you Sarah, may all 

your dreams come 

true. 



Love 

Dad, Mom 
and Gretchen 




David Williams 



The essentials of 
happiness are something to 

do, someone to love and 

something to hope for. You 

have given us all three. We 

are very proud of you and 

all you have accomplished. 




We love you! Mom, Dad, 
Jennifer and Jason 



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Jessica B. Sobel 

Like a seedling so carefully planted in spring. 
Anticipating the joy it will eventually bring. 
We've fed, watered, and nurtured you. 
With hopes that someday we'd be able to view, 
A strong resilient, beautiful flower. 
Enabled and confident, and packed with power. 
To enter the world with charm and grace. 
It's time now, dear Jessica, to take your place! 

Good Luck . . . We Love you. 
Mom and Dad 



Jaimie Sotsky 




Like the stars in the heavens 
Like the notes of a symphony, 
Like the petals of a flower, 

You have brought joy, spirit and completeness to the 
world- 
Love, 
Mom and Dad 




Congratulations Amber 

You always knew who you were and how to take 
what life has given you and make it work. You 
imagined it and achieved it!! 

We love you, 

Mom, Mike & Krystal 




Our Dear Diana, 
We thank ou for trying so 
hard. You have come so far. 
We wish you health and 
happiness. God Bless you. 
We love you to pieces. 
Love, Mom, Dad & Brian 



Joseph Amendola 

Joey, 

You were always a grea t son . 

We are very proud of you. 

And will Always Love You. 

Love always, 

Dad, Mom, Andrew, Amy 




Virginia Catharine Victoria Culve 







You have grown into a lovely young 
lady. 

Congratulations on a fantastic job. 

Love, Grams and Mom 



Christopher Edward LeBlanc 




Christopher, 

Congratulations on all your 
accomplishments! We are so 
proud of you. Follow your 
dreanis always. 
Love, Mom, Dad, Ray, Giselle 

and families 




Kevin Lang 

We are so proud of you! 
You have brought us so 
much joy and laughter! 
We wish you the best of 
luck in your future! 
Love, Mom, Dad, Brian 
and Kerry 



Shannon Keefe 




Congratulations on making your dream come true. We are 
very proud of all our accomplishments and hard work. Hold on 
tight to all your dreams for the future. There are so many more 
to come! 
We love you! Mom, Andy, Tommy, Andrew and Christine 



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