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In The Spotlight
The gift from the class of 2003
Curry College Library
1071 Blue HiM Aveny©
1071 Blue Hill Ave
Milton, MA 02186
In The Spotlight 1,
Letter from the President
Greetings and congratulations to the Curry
College Class of 2003.
As President of your College, I wish to take a
moment to congratulate you on your achieve-
ment in becoming a Curry College Alum. You
have studied at and graduated from an out-
standing Institution that gets stronger each passing
year. As an Alum, our pledge to you is that Curry
College will continue to improve and make you more
and more proud of your Alma Mater.
Our request to you is that you stay engaged with the
Curry Community. As we continue to build our great
College into an even greater one, we need your assis-
tance. Please get involved as an Alum and stay in-
Once again, congratulations on your achievements
at Curry College and best wishes for much continued
Kenneth K. Quigley, Jr.
2 Class of 2003
Russell Pregeant, who retired this year after over 30
years of extraordinary full-time service to Curry
both as Professor of Philosophy and Religion and
as College Chaplain, helped shape the lives of
hundreds-indeed, thousands-of students on this
campus. His classes on Biblical literature in general
and on the New Testament in specific were always
engaging, wide-ranging, and linked to the lives of real students in a
world often torn by conflict, strife and injustice. Dr. Pregeant's
integrity was evident in everything he said, whether in front of a
class or at the lectern delivering one of his eloquent and lyrical
invocations or benedictions; indeed, this integrity shone through in
everything he did. (Of him it can be truly said that he walked the
walk.) Russell Pregeant's light will always remind his Curry
friends that it is possible to follow the difficult path toward
knowledge and truth, and to do so with joy and dehght.
In The Spotlight
Xn Hermjembraruce: September ii, 2002
God Bless America! siS,
4 Class of 2003
In the Spotlight 5
Anna Baright was bom into a Quaker family in Poughkeepsie, New York in 1854. She attended i
Gary's (Friends) School and Cook's Collegiate Institute, from which she graduated in 1873. She taughi
briefly in New York state before teaching elocution in Milwaukee Female College. In 1875 she en-
tered the Boston University School of Oratory. She graduated Cum Laude in '%
That School was headed by Dean Lewis Baxter Monroe, who has been called
a Transcendentalist, after the glory days of New England Transcendentalism.
Certainly something of the transcendentalist spirit characterized the school of
the Currys and somewhat influences the college today. It is a practically ap-
plied Transcendentalism that emphasizes the centrality of mind and the abili-
ties of people to triumph over challenges that sometimes seem insurmount-
Professor J. W. Churchill of Boston University called Anna Baright "the great- .
est woman reader [dramatic reciter] in the country." Dean Monroe said, "Her power is second to none,i
either on the platform or as a teacher."
Monroe appointed Baright his First Assistant. They were planning the country's first summer school
of oratory, to be held on Martha's Vineyard, in 1879, when Monroe died. Baright carried on the work '
and the five-week term was highly successfiil. But after Monroe's death the School of Oratory was
demoted to a department in the School of All Sciences and the University entrusted its leadership to a
young man, later Snow Professor of Oratory, who had studied with Monroe and to whom Monroe had
referred to Miss Baright as a private student: Samuel Silas Curry.
With the encouragement of Boston University President William F. Warren, Anna Baright set up her ,
own school, the School of Elocution and Expression, in downtown Boston in the fall of 1879. It had
the purpose of carrying on Monroe's principle that "expression is the outward manifestation of that
which is already in the consciousness." This school provided a two-year program patterned on that of
the former Boston University School of Oratory.
The Currys' School
On May 3 1 , 1882, Anna Baright married Samuel Silas Curry. In 1885 the name of the school was
changed to the School of Expression. The new name indicated emphasis on natural expression, as
distinguished from the artificial fonnulas associated with elocution. In the same year, the Boston Uni-
versity trustees gave CuiTy peiTnission to merge his private classes into the new school. In 1888 the
School was chartered by the state and Curry left his Boston University position. Curry was the
School's head, called variously over the years Principal, Dean, and President; Mrs. Curry served as
teacher and eventually what was called Dean. The Currys had six children, including Haskell Curry, a
noted mathematician and logician. The couple continued to run the School until S.S. Curry's death in
1921. Anna Baright Curiy died in 1924.
Samuel Silas Curry
Curry was bom in a simple farm house in Chatata, Eastern Tennessee, on November 23, 1847. His
family included Daniel Boone, Kit Carson and Davy Crockett. He was also bom into the rigors of
farming life, including the difficulties of the four years of the Civil War, during which the armies of the
North (to which East Tennessee remained loyal) and the South kept moving across the state, taking
from the farm whatever they wanted. There were no schools operating there at that time, so Curry "and
his brothers, after working on the farm all day, studied by themselves late into the night before the
pine-knot light of the fireplace."
Curry gave up his right of inheritance and worked his way through East Tennessee Wesleyan Univer-
sity, from which he was graduated with honors in 1872. In 1875 he eamed his S.T.B. ministerial degree
at Boston University. His diploma from the School of Oratory and his M.A. degree, were awarded in
1878. He received his Ph.D, from Boston University in 1880. The same year he received his diploma
from Guilmette's School of Vocal Physiology. During the summers of 1880 and 1882 he studied with
prominent teachers in England, Italy and France. In 1905 Colby College awarded him a degree of
While serving as the head of the School of Expression, Curry also taught at various times in several
theological schools, from Union Theological Seminary in New York to the University of Chicago.
Despite his religious commitment, the institution has never had any denominational affiliation. S. S.
Curry's own religious orientation moved from Methodism to the Transcendentalist-related outlooks of
Christian Science and the New Thought movement, which William James in The Varieties of Religions
Experience considered under the heading "the religion of healthy-mindedness." A School of Expres-
sion teacher, John Seaman Gams, later became President of the Intemational New Thought Alliance.
However, Curry was not exclusive in his religious connections. He was a close friend of Phillips
Brooks of Trinity Church and George A. Gordon of the new Old South Church.
Curry and Alexander Graham Bell
Alexander Graham Bell's father, Boston University Professor Alexander
Melville Bell, a leading elocutionist, was a valued advisor of Curry and en-
dowed a chair for the School of Expression. When the School gave the elder
Bell its highest honor, the diploma of honor, in 1899, it addressed him as one
of its co-founders.
One of Curry's Boston University School of Oratory teachers was Alexander
Graham Bell. Bell's opening lecture, in 1873, stimulated Curry with regard to
the possibilities of the science of voice." According to one of the Currys'
daughters, Curry was present when in 1876 Bell made his first telephone call, requesting help from Mr.
Watson. Bell was the Chancellor of the School of Expression from 1907 until his death in 1922.
In Tlie Spotlight 7
Curry's Philosophy of Education
Curry considered all the reforms in education for the past two hundred years [as having] been in the
direction of expression: To harmonize the education of the mind with the education of the body. To
co-ordinate the power of thinking, and the power of feeUng and to harmonize all the faculties of the
If so, a study
one of the
added that] to
power in ex-
traits of char-
rected and all
tance of two sides
with apparent approval to
tion that "all education
tion," and added:
of expression affords
most effective means
all repression [He
develop the highest
acter must be cor-
the powers be brought
his basic educational
terms of the thought of
emphasized the impor-
of education, reception, or
the one hand, and produc-
tion, or creation, on the other. "We call these two phases of education Impression and Expression,"
Curry's philosophy naturally led to emphasis on the individual student.
The 1885 first catalog of the School of
Expression shows great flexibility for
students to choose courses in accor-
dance with their needs and available
time, so that no student is retarded by
being a member of a class. By this
arrangement, also, students can elect a
course suited to their individual needs,
or students of neighboring colleges
and schools can elect steps according
to their time, and thus take a full
course by extending it over a longer
The school's emphasis on individual
attention is found in catalogs such as that of 1900-1901, saying: "Every student is requested to call and
have his needs analyzed, and receive suggestions for work from one of the teachers sometime before
the opening of school."
Personal concern for students extended well beyond the classroom. The School carefully supervised
the housing that students could find in the neighborhood.
The catalog emphasized: "The first aim of the School is TO ATTAIN THE HIGHEST IDEAL OF
MANHOOD AND WOMANHOOD
The Institution after the Currys
Catalogs a decade after Curry's death, expressing Curry's thought and our own endeavors summarized
the fiinction of the institution in the following words:
From the beginning, the School of Expression has measured its usefulness largely by its ability
to take people where it finds them and, through training, to enable them to realize their powers
From studying the catalogs, one gets the impression that for a decade after Curry's death, the school
remained much as Curry left it. Thereafter, the Institution added a wide variety of courses in and out of
the area of speech and, in 1938, was given the power to grant degrees. The title was changed officially
from school to college on April 21, 1943. In the 1960s the prevailing emphasis was on becoming ac-
credited, which was achieved in 1970. This meant becoming a traditional liberal arts college.
After Curry College attained accredited status, it launched again into pioneering programs. In 1970 it
established its Program for Advancement of Learning (PAL), the nation's first college-level program
for students with language-based learning difficulties. In 1974, Curry absorbed the Perry Normal
In The Spotlight 9
School, which taught teachers of nursery, kindergarten, and primary levels. In 1 977 Curry took over
the Children's Hospital nursing school and converted it to a degree-granting program. In 1981 Curry
established a master's degree program in education. Individually-initiated majors, field experience, andj
equivalent education became increasingly important in this decade. An Honors Program followed. In
the 1 990s, Curry has expanded greatly its Continuing Education programs, with courses offered not
only in Milton but in its newly-ac-
quired Plymouth site, with some
courses also offered in Braintree,
Cambridge, Medford, Peabody, and
South Boston. Among the innovations
are weekend and evening degree and
certificate programs in several areas.
During the first several decades of its
existence, the institution occupied five
different locations in Boston. The last
of them being two houses on Com-
monwealth Avenue; the only place
that the College held owned until that
time. Finally, in the 1950s it moved to
its present spacious location in Milton,
where it gradually enlarged, most
recently in 1995.
The Enduring Curry Spirit
Although the Currys would be amazed by the present campuses and programs of the institution, if they
looked beneath the surface, as surely they would, they would be pleased to discover that much of the
original spirit survives.
The Currys provided a remarkably comprehensive, holistic, education in the context of teaching public
speaking which sometimes seems to have been little more than an opportunity for plumbing the depths
of reality and joyously finding oneself in its flow. No characterization of the Curry Method does it full
justice; it has been called an uncompromising completeness of approach to achieving practical whole-
ness of living involving intuition, thought, research, feeling, and physical expression. The method
includes all that one could want in a traditional, intellectual liberal education, but goes beyond that to
link it to a conscious drawing out of whatever creative essence lies at the heart of one's existence and
facilitates one in expressing creative synthesis in some constructive form. The tools, detailed topics,
types of students and settings have changed over the decades, but the creative impetus endures. Such is
the heart of Curry College.
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Mary Ann Corcoran
12 Class of 2003
In The Spotlight 13
1-1 Class of 2003
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Mary Ann Gallant
Debra Lee Garren
Souliy Wan N'Tani
In The Spotlight 15
lA Class of 2003
Business / Accounting
My degree is dedicated to my mother.
I give a BIG KISS to my family who has
supported me in all my goals. My
friends will always be remembered and
1 wish the best of futures for the class of
Mom, Dad - 1 made it! Thanks for all you
have done for me over the years. Mom: you
are my hero. Class of 03 good luck. Nick &
Mary meeeting you was the best thing that
could ever happen. You both have made
this an interesting experience. Three's com-
pany for life! I still can't believe you're
gone - 1 know you're watching from above,
so this is for you!
Psychology / Business Management
Thanks you to my family & friends, 2K,
Nub, Mocking, Bird, Monkey, Hurley,
Magnet, Gonzolez, Little Katie, TJ,
Steve, capis. Special thing, Tristan,
Kenny, Vegas baby, Wendys, I'm real,
magicstick, spring fling, senior week,
2456, corsos, 21st, "I hope you had the
time of your life!"
In the past 8 years I have done things I
never imagined possible, and i am
proud to be graduating from Curry
I cannot believe that my coUege career
is over! I would Uke to just wish all of
the best to the 2003 Curry graduates
and may you all be rich and successful
one day. I want to thank my parents
and friends who have brought me to
this point in my life and one chapter
closes to open another. -Good luck 2003
and best wishes! 17
Karen M. Ballantine
I would like to thank Mom, Dad, DJ &
Matt by dedicating my degree to them.
If it was not for them & other family
members and friends I would not be
where I am today. Mom you will al-
ways be in my heart 143. Congratula-
tions class of 2003.
Courtney L. Barnard
Emily E. Barron
Megan E. Bayley
Sinking Spring, PA
Communications / Education
First and foremost I would like to thank
GOD the almighty for great things he
has done. I would also like to thank my
mom, sister, and family and all those
who encourage me to pursue my goals
in life. Yes that includes you Shirley
Richardson and my roommate Neeky
for all her support over the years. Good
Luck class of 2003.
Thanks to my parents for supporting
me through the 4 years of college and
putting up with me. Good luck to all
my friends and all of my boys in 2 ditty.
I will never forget the crazy parties we
had senior year and all the crazy week-
Eileen M. Carroll
Visual Arts / Graphic Desigrt
Education / Psychology
Good luck class of 2003!
To my girls I love you, thanks for ev-
erything. May 9, 2001. It's something
unpredictable, but in the end it's right. . . .
I hope you had the time of your life!!!
Early Childhood Education
Remember me with smiles and laugh-
ter for that is how I will remember you.
Never forget suite lA and all the good
times. To my girls and everyone else,
Luv U and I will miss you! To all my
family thank you for everything, 1
would never have made it without you.
English I Communications
Melissa A. Dembro
Sabrina F. Dirito
Communications / P.R.
I could never have done it with out my
parents help, and love for me. Best
wishes to the class of 2003!
Thanks to Mom, Dad, Meghan and
Cailin for your love and support.
Thanks to Sean for your understand-
ing and encouragement. I love you all.
To my Curry Friends, good luck in the
future. "Shoot for the moon, even if
you miss you'U land among the stars.
~ Les Brown 21
Jennifer E. Duck
I wanted to thank my mom and my
dad for helping get through college. I
also wanted to thank all my friends for
being there for me when I needed them
the most. I also want to thank Stephanie
for helping me through my classes.
DiNA N. DWORETSKY
"Remember that every good friend was
We are no longer strangers,
thanks for the memories.
Steven M. Evans
Mom I love you, thanks so much.
Bumpa, Antie J, and all, thanks for
everything. Memories, remember al-
ways! Shan love ya, Steve 180, Anq "oh
my lord", Mas "hurry up ! " my douchie,
weeble, tuti bang-bang, mya & lexi,
lawrel, girls, love ya!
Bryan E. Flaherty
Elizabeth A. Fountain
Margaret A. Frederics
Criminal Justice/ Psychology
This diploma is in dedication to my
mother, father and sister Reba, for be-
lieving in me even when I didn't be-
lieve in myself.
Best of luck class of 2003!
Visual Arts / Graphic Design
Congrats 2003, we did it! Thx Mom,
Dad, bros & sis! I love u, I coudn't have
done it w/out u. IC 4-ever,
Thx guys! Tom u got some big shoes to
fill, good luck! Thx for keeping me up
Brenden D. Gallagher
Javier A. Garcia
Amanda P. Gentile
Emily M. Gerrein
Thank you mom for your constant love
& support. To my family, I couldn't
have done this without you all by my
side. To my friends who I have met
during this wonderful journey thank
you and good luck.
I would like to thank GOD for keeping
me alive and answering my prayers.
To my mom(s) thanks for being my
light in the tunnel. I made it thanks to
you all. You are the worlds greatest.
Last but not least thanks to all my
Mom, I made it! I never could have
done it without you. You inspired me
to fulfill my dream. Mimi & Pappy
thank you for the support & encour-
agement. I love you! MeUssa and Katie
thanks for always being there for me.
Nick thanks for the memories.
Allison K. Hayes
"Life isn't a matter of milestones, but
In foiu' years we have made friends
and memories that will last a life time
and never be forgotten. Mom and Dad
thank you for the unconditional sup-
port and love. I love you always, HT750.
Stephanie L. Henderson
Thanks to my parents and sister for the
love and support I received. Love you guys
a lot. For the friendships I've made over
the past four years I will always cherish
those. Its been a long four years, but also a
fun four years. Wish you all the best in
whatever you may decide to do. Know that
you are all in my heart... Congrats class of
2003... Love you papa and you're always in
my heart. 4/25/03.
I would like to wish everyone a happy
life. Hope everything goes well and
remember to live life to the best of your
Daniel W. Hofman
Barry A. Johnson
Vero Beach, FL
Business / Computers
Due to the strong love and compassion of my
amazing mother, and the quiet strong love of
my father that only I can hear, I today stand a
more completed man. A sister and brother bond
is special and I cherish the strong bond my sister
and I share. I'm so proud of you Megan. To all
my friends, I have learned a lot from you, and 1
hope to continue our stong friendships into the
future. Angle, I don't believe I could have ac-
complished the things I have at Curry without
your understanding and beautiful compassion.
Derek W. Kerstner
Business / Management
These years here at Curry have been
very special for me and I want to thank
my best friend Jess and class of 2003 for
all the memories 1 will always keep
with me. Karley and residence life, you
are the best.
Communications / P.R.
Education I Sociology
"Life is too short not to let the people you love
know"! To all my girls 1 love you all. I will never
forget our strong friendships we've built over
four years. Senior spring break will not ever be
forgotten. To aU my other friends who have
touched me in some way, I wall cherish our
memories together. Thanks to my family and
friends I can say I've got a great future to look
forward to. Thanks for a great four years.
Daniell M. Landry
Mark A. Lange Jr.
Sociology I Elem Education
I've missed more than 9000 shots in my
career. I've lost almost 300 games. 26
times, I've been trusted to take the
game winning shot and missed. I've
failed over and over and over again in
my life. And that is why I succeed. - M.
Nicholas R. Latino
Thanks to everyone who supported me
through my four years at Curry. Mom and
Dad thanks so much for everyttiing. To my
2 diddy crew, it was a blaste thanks for the
memories. Friends for life. To my Three's
Company, You guys are the best. Love you
both. Some day we will be all living to-
gether, god help us, I hope everyone will
go on to live healthy and prosperous lives,
and careers. Class of 2003!
Psychology / Education
Shannon L. Lemay
Business Management / Applied Comp
"Don't cry cause it's over. Smile cause it
happened. " Class of 03 Good luck. Mamma,
Pop, Dianne Nonno Norma I did it! Tiamo.
To my revere crew how have you all put up
with me this long? IVC- family 4-life. To
my friends I leave behind be good. "Where
there was weakness I found my strength
all in the eyes of a boy" To my brother joey
I know you're in Heaven watching over us.
I miss you everyday. Fratello & sorella
I would really like to thank God for helping me
get through the 4 years of college. I would also
like to thank my parents, especially my mother.
Without my mother I don't know where I would
be. This last year of college was kind of a chal-
lenge for me, especially the last semester. 1 say
this because I was pregnant, and I felt that I had
to finish the rest of my courses no matter what.
With the help of my professors, and my advisor
it helped everything go smoothly. Thanks to
everyone and my self motivation I had my baby
First and foremost I war\t to thank the
lord above with him this day would
not be possible. To the three Queens in
my life , thank you. To my father thank
you for giving me a role model to fol-
low. At last to friends family and fac-
ulty members at Curry thanks for shap-
ing a boy to a man.
Jennifer E. Mackenzie
Being a nurse means; you wUl never be bored,
you will always be frustrated, you wiU be sur-
rounded by challenges. So much to do and so
Little time you will carry immense responsibil-
ity, and limited authority. You will step into
people's Lives and you will make a difference.
Some wiU bless you some will curse you. You
will see people at their worst and at their best.
You will never cease to be amazed at people's
capacity for love, courage, and endurance.
Amber C. Mann
Say goodbye to the oldies, but goodies, because
the good old days weren't always good and
tomorrow aint as bad as it seems. Congratula-
tions class of 2003. Good luck with future plans.
To all my friends I have made the past 4 years
old and new best wishes with your career. Mom
and Dad thank you for all the support and
pushing me to success. It will pay off in the long
run. To all my professors thank you for the
knowledge I will keep for a lifetime.
Psychology / Education
Izabela a. Maziarz
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Kara D. Mckinnon
Health Education / Biology
Congratulations to the class of 2003!
Best of luck in what the future may
bring. Thank you for a great 4 years!
Thank you first and foremost to my family.
To my mother, thank you so much for your
positive support! I love you so much, you're
the best! To my father, I know that you're
in heaven looking dovi'n on me and you
have given me the strength to achieve at
Curry for these 4 years. To my friends,
never forget the good times. Jen & Jen, I
love you lots girls. To my WMLN crew,
South Burlington, VT
Stephanie E. Moskal
Visual Arts / Graphic Desgin/ Applied
I just wanted to thank my parents for
all that they have done for me the past
four years. Kevin thank you for the
encouragement about getting my book
done! I also wanted to say bye to all the
people at Curry who were close to me.
I will never forget any of you.
Keep smiling, Stephanie
Business / Finance
Alison M. Myers
Corona del Mar,CA
Tracy E. Nagle
Thanks Mom, Dad, Jeff&Mike. Dana &
Ash friends 4-eva "Bruins game" spring
break 2003 its vegas baby! Wendy's 5/
15/03... Good luck to all of my friends
in the future. You know who you are.
MiNDY R. Paige
Psychology / Ed Psychology
Education / English
Kathryn J. Perry
Thank you to my parents for making
my education possible. Paul - I've spent
all my college years with you. I love
you. Lindsay- 1 could never imagine a
better friend. Ashley, Dana, Tracy -
Love you all.
Adrienne K. Peterson
Politics & History
WiSLANDE M. Pierre
Education / Psychology
Tharik you to my parents for giving me
the support to go on to college and
finish. Daddy 1 want to especially thank
you for signing your life away for my
college education. Mommy I love you,
and my two sisters. I'm happy that 1
made it on time. I can't forget my
peoples, the DiUa crew and the senior
class. Good luck class of 2003. 33
Matthew A. Pincus
Nicholas J. Pomakis
Douglas W. Pyne
Psychology / Education
Good times with my boys, ES, DK, JP,
AG, MH, lA, 3A, never forget girls
across the hall, yeaa!! cappy's, collage,
milton hall 103. Pettet Gons, Moose
and all other roommates. Had the time
of my life. Never forget the good times,
and everyone I've met in my 4 years.
Thanxs mom, dad, and michelle. Love
Michael B. Rogers
Paul F. Schwab
Politics I history
One million thank you's to my family,
friends, professors, and all those with
whom I have crossed paths over the
years. Katie, through it all the bassline
remains constant. I love you. Speical
NQ,BS,CF,DS,LB, KJ, DF, KT, and
Communications / Public Relatioiis
Business Management /Applied Comp
Criminal Justice / Communications
I did it!!! Now what do I do??? Thanks
to all my friends will last a lifetime, and
the cougans crew. You know who you
are. And to my best friend and beauti-
ful girlfriend, Lawrel thank you for
everything, I love you. Thanks mom &
dad for always being there. Thank you
Alicia. Chris & Michael for everything.
To my family, I love you so much. I
coudn't have made it with out you.
Mom, thanks 4 everything you have
done for me. To ail of my friends you
have made these 4 years unbeiieveable.
ALl of my love! 3D/A, Hello? 143 T.P.
Mom & Dad thank you for your love &
support PJS you have my heart & 1 love
you 11/7/99. To all my girls thank you
for your laughter, tears, & college years
the best. Class of 2003 it's been a great
ride, good luck!
I will always remember: hanging with
the boys, my roomates, MK, AG, JP,
and Dk, and all our extra roomates.
Cappys, milton hall 103, girls across
the hall, Foxwoods, pellet guns, and
finally some of the best times in my life.
I've had too much fun to mention ev-
I wish I didn't know now what I didn't
know then. -Bob Seger
Adam V. Trossello
Kelly M. Unterreniner
Cold Spring, NY
ij Business Management
Thanks to my family for their support
and encouragement. To my friends
thanks for the best 4 years good luck
and I love you.
Rebecca Anne Wiederhold
Business Management / English
I can't believe the time has run faster
than I thought, and I am graduating. I
will miss Curry College, and all my
professors, because they were so nice
to me. Since I am graduating I am very
happy, becuase I just completed one
step of my life. The special person that
I really want to say thank you, you
know who you are.
Jane M. Yonnetti
English I Psychology
Edmund C. Zimirowski
What'z Up. My 3C crew, moose,
manny, biggie, allar, macgregor. Late
wight high rollaz, Foxwoods. Them
3A boys and them 3D girls. Keep it
real. Footballboys, them were the days.
The next J. Gotti, watch out.
Students that were camera shy
Jon Albanese, Melrose, MA
Robert Aiberti, Southampton, MA
Waleed Algosaibi, Quincy,MA
Jennifer Allan, South Boston, MA
Berllange Alphonse, Hyde Park,MA
Michelle Anderson, Scituate,MA
Nenry Andrade, Carver,MA
Rafael Antunez, Roslindale,MA
Kevin Ashworth, Belchertown,MA
Jennifer Baldwin, Tewksbury,MA
Maria Barbosa, Dorchester, MA
Lisa Barrett, Weymouth, MA
Joseph Barrila, Bedford, MA
John Bates, Hyde Park,MA
William Bates, Plymouth, MA
Debra Batson, Plympton,MA
Leslie Becker, Attleboro,MA
Sean Beede, Wakefield, MA
Andrew Bevilacqua, Foxboro, MA
Daniel Bonafilia, Feeding Hills, MA
Laurie Bradley, Kingston, MA
Shannon Brock, North Attleboro, MA
Nancy Brodnicki, Middleboro,MA
Dean Bruneau, Southbridge,MA
Dianne Bryan, Abington,MA
AnneMarie Budden, Hanson, MA
Maura Burke, Brockton, MA
Michael Butler, Springfield, MA
Lisa Califano, Rockland, MA
Richard Calnan, Quincy,MA
Jennifer Carey, Marshfield,MA
Belinda Carroll, Needham,MA
Sandra Cason, East Taunton, MA
Bette Christie, Forestdale,MA
Derek Cole, Plymouth, MA
Walter Collette, Somerville,Ma
Christopher Concannon, Braintree,MA
Mary Connolly, Milton, MA
Eric Corso, Franklin Lakes, NJ
Karen Coughlin, Manomet,MA
Monica Coven, Duxbury,MA
Diane Coyne, Plympton,MA
Wanda Craig, Canton, MA
Isiah Cruz, Holyoke.MA
John Dailey, Braintree,MA
Lynn Darmetko, Hanover, MA
Steven Delforno, Braintree,MA
Ryan Doherty, Duxbury,MA
Michael Donahue, Plymouth, MA
Gerald Dorsainvil, Somerville,MA
John Ezekiel, Wakefield, MA
Mahbod Fakharzadeh, Lexington, MA
Marie Falaise, Dorchester,MA
Michael Felton, Weymouth, MA
Linda Flattery, Plymouth, MA
Jonathan Fleming, Belchertown,MA
Mary Foley, Brockton, MA
Francis Ford, Worcester, MA
Maria Fraga, Stoughton,MA
Sue Franklin, Forestdale,MA
Joseph Gelinas, Spencer,MA
Kathryn George, Plymouth, MA
Theresa Giglio, Plymouth, MA
Maureen Gill, Scituate,MA
Melissa Ginnetty, Plymouth, MA
Cecilia Gomes, Middleboro,MA
Barbara Goodell, Norton, MA
Stacey Green, Randolph, MA
Robert Grey, Canton, MA
Shannon Griffin, North Easton, MA
Melanie Guertin, Rumford.RI
Jeannine Hale, Braintree,MA
Brian Halloran, Rutland, MA
Maryanne Hamaty, Quincy,MA
Thomas Hastings, Worcester, MA
William Haynes, Milton, MA
Trenton Henrich, Pembroke, MA
Mary Herbowy, Middleboro,MA
Thomas Hervieux, Springfield, MA
Jason Hogardt, Needham Heights, MA
George Houhoulis, Avon, MA
Christine Hynes, Quincy,MA
Kelly Irizarry, Marshfield,MA
Victor Ithursarry, Condado,PR
Joseph Jancsics, Quincy,MA
Elizabeth Jenkins, Groton,MA
Kevin Johanson, Worcester.MA
Julie Johnson, Sagamor Beach, MA
Merilyn McDonald, Scituate,MA
Frderick Kingsley, Duxbury,MA
Daria Koudriacheva, Everett, MA
Michael Kowalchek, Auburn, MA
Erika Kraselsky, West Hartford, CT
Tod Kuchnicki, Auburn, MA
Andrew Kularski, Leominster,MA
Robert Lagimoniere, Ware, MA
Darlene Lagoa, Hyde Park, MA
Linda Landry, Bourne, MA
Sandra Lashway, North Chatham, MA
Denis LeBoeuf, Charlton City,MA
John LeVangie, Scituate,MA
Tracey Leary, Rockland, MA
Karen Lee, Hanover,MA
Ksthleen Lee, South Easton,MA
Kevin Leonard, East Weymouth, MA
Renee Leondike, Holbrook.MA
Jacqueline Lewis, Greenville, NC
Christopher Love, Hull, MA
John Lydstone, Stoughton,MA
Scott Lynch, Springfield, MA
Ian MacLeod, Buzzards Bay,MA
Faith Machayo, Weymouth, MA
Deborah Maitland, Lakevilie,MA
Anthony Malone, Agawam,MA
Thomas Maloney, South Boston, MA
Judith Mangiacotti, Quincy,MA
Matthew Marchioli, Plymouth, MA
Robert Marrigan, Natick,MA
Kenneth Masterson, Plymouth, MA
Charlene Matthews, Brockton, MA
John Mawn, Harwich, MA
Mary McElligott, Hanover,MA
Michael McGonagle, Norton, MA
Brian Mclnerny, Woburn,MA
Laura Mclntire, Milford.MA
Monica McKenna, Dudley,MA
Tina McMichen, Sagamore Beach, MA
Brianna Mellor, Plymouth, MA
Kathleen Melville, Hanwich Port,MA
Henry Miller, Flushing, NY
Gerald Mont, Pembroke, MA
Leslie Montalyo, East Boston, MA
Christine Moore, Hyde Park,MA
Nicholas Muigai, Weymouth, MA
Michael Murphy, Bowie,MD
James Murphy, Marshfield,MA
James Murray, Brookfield,MA
Alida Nickerson, Plymouth, MA
Joseph O'Connor, Arlington, MA
Noreen O'Rourke, Milton, MA
Jeni Oifer, Sharon, MA
Juan Olmo, Amherst.MA
Kimberly Peart, Dorchester.MA
Kathleen Peters, Sandwich, MA
John Pitro, Boylston.MA
Patricia Purcell, Braintree.MA
Scott Ramey, Somerville.MA
John Ramsey, Micldleboro,MA
Coleen Randall, Middleboro,MA
Daniel Reardon, Holyoke,MA
Karenlee Remis, Readville,MA
Elizabeth Renfrew, Nonwood,MA
Charlie Roberts, Feeding Hills, MA
Melissa Robinson, Randolph, MA
Stephen Roche, Worcester,MA
Benjamin Rollings, Lebanon, PA
Alicia Rosado, Boston, MA
Glorimar Rosado, Boston, MA
Richard Rose, Peabody,MA
Jose Ruiz, Hyde Park.MA
Shawn Ryan, West Roxbury,MA
John Santoro, North Andover,MA
Kenneth Santoro, Lynn, MA
Elizabeth Schifano, Stoneham,MA
Kathy Sequeira, Buzzards Bay,MA
Arthue Shaw, Marshfield,MA
Linda Sheehan, Stoneham,MA
Eric Shores, Plymouth, MA
Lori Skinner, Marshfield,MA
Omesa Spencer, Dorchester,MA
Kenneth Sprague, Nonwell,MA
Ann St.Onge, Worcester,MA
Patricia Stark, Berkley,MA
Kerry Suchma, Wesywood.MA
Dana Szabo, Kendall Park.NJ
Lucas Taxter, Hyde Park, MA
Lynn Thomas, Quincy,MA
Amy Topalian, Brewster, MA
Tia-Lynn Tull, Randolph, MA
Christopher Twining, Belchertown, MA
Thomas Vest, Hanson, MA
Joseph Vigliotti, Worcester.MA
Genevieve Villalobos, Springfield, MA
Patricia Vogel, Avon, MA
John Wadlegger, Agawam,MA
Francis Walsh, Hinghm,MA
Michael Warburgh, Huntington, NY
Jan Wegrzynek, Chicopee.MA
Robert Wells, London
Lynne Welsh, Kingston, MA
Francis Whitney, Holbrook,MA
Julie Williams, Braintree,MA
Sean Wilson, Reading, MA
Michael Wood, Hyannis.MA
James Wright, Springfield, MA
Melissa Yarro, Brockton, MA
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Residence Life 2002-2003
Kehinda Oshodi & Bryanne Masterson
Bryanne Masterson, Meagan Sandeffer, Lorrie Losanno,
Kenny Resnick, and Scott Kagan
Top: Karley Winston,
Bottom: Jen Spartlchino,
(not in picture) Seth
Top: Josh Vogan, Lorrie
Losanno, Liz Rodriquez,
Kenny Resnick, Josii Del
Vis Convo, Scott Kagan
Top: Matt Torrey,
Keon Diggs, Katrina
Allen, Will Freeman,
Bottom: Keavin Duffy,
Liz Bonsu, Jen Ste. Marie
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Top: Nick Mackey,
Lee-Ann Meehl, Justin
Pelletier, Omar Nunez,
Bottom: Vicky Baley,
Top: Lisa Bello,
Rullie, Joe Barrila
I Top: Jennifer Ward,
^ Illy Adames
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Moving in and
learning about one
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Midnight Madness is one of Curry's newest
and best traditions that happens every fall. It
is a time for the basketball teams to show
their stuff. Midnight Madness is also the
night where the Curry Step club and Dance
Squad shows there new dances off, and
what they are all about. Midnight Madness
is a great time to have fun with your friends,
and to support the Curry Step Club and
Dance Squad and as well as the Curry
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River Houston - World Aids Day Speaker
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Midnight Breakfast on December 12,2002
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Real World Speaker
Chris on February 4th. 2003
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Alternative Spring Break
Helping out at the Animal shelter, and the daycare at Curry College.
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Alexander Graham Bell
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The Famed Boston Celtics take on
the Detroit Pistons in the Mid-
The Historical Nantucket
Lightship finds safe harbor at
Boston's Long Wharf.
Evening falls upon the Massachu
setts State House on Beacon Hill.
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The John Hancock Tower proudly
reflects a bit of Boston history at
Welcome to our world of toys. A
friendly bear greets young vistors at
the F.A.O. Shwartz Boston store.
A giant statue depicts Paul Revere's
famous ride in Boston's North End.
A giant banner greets fans as they
arrive at Fenway Park on the open-
ing day of 2003.
Past meets present as the new Zakim
Bridge rises above the Boston
landwark Longfellow Bridge.
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AlCOWOL G>EV/EflAGE COMMfTTEE [A&C)
T«E ALLf ANJCE
Campus Act(v/(T(es Q>oi\fu> (CAGj)
CuriAv AO-TS OouriAJAL
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Studemt Gov/EfLMMEMT Assoc(AT(om [SGA}
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The SGA is the heart and soul of the student body. It is the main governing body of all the clubs and
organizations on campus. SGA serves as a representative voice of the Curry students to the administra-
tion, faculty, Board ofTrustees and the Milton community. The SGA consistes of an executive board,
representatives from each class and members of each club and organization, meetings are held on
Wednesday at 2:00pm in the SGA room (basement of Student Activities building), and are open to all
members of the community.
Excutive Board 2003
Vice President-Sara McLane,
Vice President of Programing and President of CAB-Danielle Dragon,
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Senior Class 2003
President-Karent Ballantine, Vice President-Wislande Pierre, Secretarty- Unique Miller,
Treasurer-Vanider Baley (Vickie)
Class Representatives -Margaret Fredricks, Iliantez Adams (Illy), Erin Stuart,
Junior Class 2004
President-Lee-Ann Meehl, Vice President-Rachel Vasconcelos, Secretary-Katie McMakin,
Class Representatives-Seth Ross, Leah Schubert, Brain Donnovan, Angela Thrailkill
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Sophmore Class 2005
President-Kristen Salera, Vice President-Megan Shuster, Secretary-Sheika Target (Shay),
Treasurer- Elissa Giouard
Class Representatives-Jeffrey Kalison, Sean Chadwick
Freshmen Class 2006
President-Theodore Michalos (Teddy), Vice President-Lindsay Lunati, Secretary- Nekisha
Powell, Treasurer-Steven Montville
Class Representatives-Kendra Rivers, Leah Carboneau, Jessica Harell, Dan
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Junior Class President and Secretary at Milton's Animal Shelter with newborn Black Labs
Senior Class President and Vice President at their Rent-A-Senior Pub
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Sophomore Class in Lombard Hall Lounge
Junior Class in Lee- Ann's room for their Monday night meetings
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SGA BBQ April 23, 2003
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President- Charlie Roberts
Advisor- Julie Smith
The Alliance is organization dedicated to providing social, educa-
tional and support services for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual,
Transgender Community and their Allies. The organization meets
once a week puts together social activities as well as campus wide
education programs. Plus, the organization acts as a support system
for the gay community. All are welcome to attend all meetings and
programs no matter how the person may identify. We remind every-
one that within the Curry Community diversity is our strength and
that exclusion is not a choice.
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The members of Curry College have all realized that an important
part of learning is to learn how to help those in need. One of the goals
of Curry Cares is to serve and help the community both on and off the,
Curry College Campus.
Over the course of the year, the club has participated in a variety of
volunteer works. Our ventures have taken us to the Milton Animal
Shelter where memebers cared for the animals and helped in
maintaining the facility. At the Greater Boston Food Bank we helped in
sorting donated food that would go to feed individuals in the
surrounding area. This past February caring individuals from the
Curry community spent a few hours of their Valentine's Day at a local
retirement home. It was there that members from Curry Cares
arranged a Valentine's Day party in the hopes of brightening such a
special day for the retired residents.
This yeare was a successful year. We hope that in the future Curry
Cares will expand its opportunities to the community. Many thanks to
those who made it happen.
Scott Cesen President
Danielle Dragon Vice President
Andy Shaw Senior Vice President
Andrea Sarbanis Treasurer
Erin Stewart Secretary
Michael Randall Faculty Advisor
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Jenelle hold a frisky kitten while the
others clean the cages at the shelter.
Vice-President of Curry Cares, An-
drew Shaw, makes friends with one
of the orphan dogs.
A Ciirry Cares canine friend.
A member of the Class of 2006 assists
with a homeless kitten at the Milton
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Curry Cares President, Scott Cesan
plays with a shelter cat.
Curry Cares provides care for the Shel-
ter Animals at the Milton Animal Shel-
Fido makes friends with the students
(as well as the camera).
Playtime for the cats!
Clancey smiles tor the camera
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It's amazing what can amuse a kitten!
Jenelle represents the Class of 2006 at
this community service project.
1 he Milton Animal Shelter provides a
quality \-enue for the students to par-
ticipate in community outreach expe-
Sasha, a shelter favorite, amuses the
students as she amuses herself.
Scott takes care of Sasha while the
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The mission of the Curry College Student Ambassador Association is to serve the college by
providing prospective and incoming students with a positive, memorable first experience at our
college. We do this through our many events including Open Houses, Accepted Student Day,
Phone-a-thons, etc. Student Ambassadors are dedicated to serving the inner and outer communi-
ties of Curry College and have an upbeat, positive outlook about the school. Ambassadors are
eager to share their experiences with new students.
During the 2002-2003 academic year, the CCSAA participated in and hosted many campus
events, making this our most successful year thus far! We began the year on September 6"" at
Curry's annual club fair in an effort to recruit new members and did not stop going until May 6'*',
when we ended the year with a bang at our annual Spring Banquet in the theme of a tropical luau.
Our calendar was jam packed all year long with exciting events including the annual Welcome
Back Ice Cream Social, training, the October and November Open Houses, the Winter Banquet,
fundraisers, February and April Phone-a-thons, Accepted Student Day and much more. Some of
the major highlights included attending the Students In Admissions Forum at Western New En-
gland College, our many attempts at working with the South Shore Habitat for Humanity (we had
to switch dates three times due to snow and on the final attempt, we got rained out!), raising over
$11 00.00 to sponsor a family through the Quincy Salvation Army in our Holiday Raffle, complet-
ing the 20 mile Walk for Hunger Hosted by Project Bread and finally, the Spring Luau during
which we awarded our "Rookie of the Year" award to Colleen Smith, our
"Ambassador of the Year" award to Brittany Collins and said a proud but sad goodbye to our
seniors. With another successful year under our belts, we are eagerly awaiting what lies ahead in
President: Lawrel Strauch
Vice President: Michaela Maw
Treasurer: Leanne Feleciano
Secretary: Brittany Collins
SGA Representative: Molly Bergeron
Advisor: Shilo Ellis
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Victoria Petrie, Lisa Morrissey, Giana Lewis, Jessica Gatto, Jillian Murrary, Patrick Spera, Amber Rudolph, Sara McLane,
Unique Miller, Katie McEachern, Colleen Smith, Jessica Fabian, Josh Delviscivo, Maura Kelley, Michaela Maw, Jeremy
Rischall, Andrea Richardson, Robert Volosevich, Amanda McGibbon, Danielle Zdenek, Gary Carrano, Rita Dunn,
Lawrel Strauch, Brittany Collins, Leanne Feliciano, Lea Abbanato, Molly Bergeron, Shaikah Target, Angela Thibert, Amy
Mimoz, Kenny Resnick. Camera Shy: Janeen Alum-MacDonald, Lindsey Brown, Kaitlyn Coughlin, Tanya Ellis, Meghan
Hazlehurst, Shelly McConoghy, Christina Mellow, Jadd Naamani, Lynne Mills, Lauren Watts.
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Campus Activities Board
Campus Activities Board (CAB) is tine major programming body on campus. Tine
organization's goal is to provide activities for all the various interests and demands of
the students on campus. CAB was responsible for everything from Welcome Week to
Spring Fest and everything in between!
In preparation to plan the best year yet, 10 CAB members attended the NACA re-
gional conference in the early fall and participated in educational sessions to learn and
bring forth innovative ways for programming and publicizing events.
In order to "get the word out" we came up with some new innovative advertising
techniques. Free handouts and our "in your face" style of advertising engages people
and welcomes them into the fun, for personal interaction makes one feel important.
We added some new series events this year such as the Coffehouse Series, themed
Bingo Nights, and X-Events, which offer positive rewards and feedback showing our
appreciation for attendance.
The Coffehouse Series featured bands and comedians once a month. They provided
an intimate, welcoming, and laid back environment that lead to it's productivity. We
offered refreshments and various board and card games to keep you entertained.
Bingo Nights were surprisingly popular with prizes given out to match the theme.
While X-events were random and you never knew when the next one would be, they
also helped increase attendance.
Chris from Mtv's Real World, Movie Nights, Pizza Challenge, Super Bowl Party,
Mamma Mia, The Feud, Psychic Fair, Pumpkin Carving, Wrentham Outlet Shopping
Trip, Free Massages and Snow Globes are just a few more examples of this year's
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Students enjoy the
events at the annual
Guess Who? Stu-
dents dance the
night away at the
their faces on other
people's bodies at
the wacky snow
The Class of 2006 put together a
fabulous semi-formal event with the
help of CAB.
An entire Pizza. As quickly as you
can. The Pizza Eating Contest was a
Even staff members get in on the
palm reading action.
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WMLN Yearbook submission
WMLN-FM 91.5 is definitely not your typical college radio station. Through the hallways of this small building
located next to Hafer, are over 100 students working the airwaves 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. During the extended
and summer breaks, WMLN broadcasts 13 hours. WMLN has been on the air sincel975 and is celebrating it's 28* year
of public service. WMLN is a non-commercial station with 172 watts of power. WMLN reaches a 40+ mile radius and
broadcasts a potential audience of 200,000. The radio station is a student-run operation and is advised by Professor Alan
Frank, the Director of Radio. WMLN is supervised by a student Station Manager, Program Director, Engineering
Director, Operations Director, Assistant Operations Director as well as department directors in Music, Sports, Promo-
tions, Production, and News. WMLN plays a variety of music, from Hip-Hop to Hard Rock. . .WMLN plays it all! All
students are eligible to have an on-air position, in fact it's encouraged. WMLN loves to have fun but is also dedicated to
serving the public. Maybe that's why WMLN is an award winning station, winning Associated Press Awards in News
and Sports for over 10 years! WMLN has many affiliations that include: Associated Press, Intercollegiate Broadcasting
System, Massachusetts Broadcasting Association, National Association of Broadcasters, New England Broadcasters
Association, and NBC & CNN Network.
As Station Manager at WMLN, I had the opportunity to meet new people, learn radio first hand, and assist in leading
the radio station in the right direction. Through my fours years, WMLN has experienced it's highs and lows but in the
end it has transformed into a productive, fun and uplifting environment. I will miss WMLN very much, but I am glad
that I was able to serve as Station IVIanager this past year. I met so many people and feel that I have been a big asset to
the station. I know the station will be in good hands next year and the years to come. WMLN is a small station with lots
of power and that's why I fee! that WMLN is not ypur typical college station. We are different and we are constantly
making changes to improve the station. For example, we have changed our logo this year, added even more prizes to
give to our listeners, and have conducted music surveys to the campus. I am proud of each and every person at the
station that has contributed to making WMLN a great facility. I will miss each and everyone of you, especially Alan
Frank. Good luck class of 2003!
-Unique Miller - Class of '03
Station Manager 2002-2003
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Mateus Leite is the Sports Coordina-
tor, and Natalie Bekhit is the Public
Aftairs Diiectoi "engaged to be mar-
iied, "How cute!"
Behind Nick is Ben Kranz he is
Unique Miller, and
John Albanese is the music director
Matt and Ben, trying to keep order at
the radio practica meeting
Matt Nowak, he is the Operations
Director and Kerri McGovern, she is
the Assisitant Operations Director,
"Go Operations! They keep us on the
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Guys rule! The male directors at
Assistant News Director, Jessica
BAbcock and News Director Heather
Wilson, chillin in the news room
Women Rule! WMLN s female
directors have something to smil
Radio students conversating in the
A lingering hour at the radio practica
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Ben Kranz is the Engineer, working
hard as usual!
We still have fun! Deirdre Feeney is
the Program Director and Jeremy
Comeau radio student in the News
Natalie and Heather looking up the
latest news stories
Where there's music, there's fun!
Assistant Music Director, Amanda
Boudreau, Music Director, Jon
Albanese and radio student, Russell
Curry, in the Music Library.
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Alcohol Beverage Committee
Katherine, Mark, Lee- Aim, Matt,
Megan S, Kritsen.
Megan, Gary, Mark, Kevin,
Danielle, Kim, Keon
The Alchohol Beverage Committee has had another successful
year. Under the direction of Co-Chairs Lee- Ann Meehl and Keon
Diggs, as well as the Supervisors Kerri McGovern and Mark Lange,
ABC has provided quality service to the college and its constituen-
cies. This year, ABC has increased its role on campus by creating an
educational pieceto its mission. The group sponsored an alcohol
awareness presentation, featuring alunmus RayCollins. In addition,
ABC has become a memeber of SADD, or Students Against De-
structive Decisions. The Alcohol Beverage Committee continues to
be a very successful group on campus.
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Matt , and Mark
Matt, and Kerri
Megan S, and Mark
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President- Tali Epelbaum
Advisor- Michelle Bracken
The International Club will have three main purposes. First, the club will help build
friendship among International and American students, faculty and staff of Curry College.
Second, the club will provide a way for memebers to learn about different
cultures and ethnic backgrounds from new friends. Third, the club will build a network
of friends, and associates with people from different areas of the world.
The International Club is open to all members of the community. It is for them to start
a new journey of independence, meet new people, share their ideas and feel m.ore welcome
at Curry College.
The goal of the International Club is to make it a melting pot where we can each share
our own culture and at the same time talk about the difficulities and advantages of being
We organized a dinner at the President's house where we shared our culture, cuisine, and
diversity with our friends at Curry. This past year we were able to organize a community
service for Toys for Tots, and make children happy on Christmas. Getting together and
having welcoming dinners with Cuban food is another way to encourage international
and non-international I students participate.
As the President of the International Club, I would like to welcome all the international
students to our campus and most importantly I would like to thank President Quigley,
Faculty, and students for providing us a home away from home here at Curry College.
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A new Athletic club, Ulitmate Frisbee perfects
the skills they have learned by practicing and
playing against schools in the area.
Amanda, Nate, Chris, Matt, and Nancy
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Matt and Christopher
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The college newspaper is published bi-weekly, covering topics from world news to Curry
College events and local entertainment. There are many writing and business positions
Editor-in-Chief — Allison Hayes
Assistant Editor — Kyle Bergeron
News Editor — Sara McLane
Features Editor — Katharine Panza
A&E Editor — Natasha Naoum
Sports Editor — Matthew Newman
Photo Editor— Elissa Girouard
Faculty Advisor — Jim Matte
April 14, 2003
Volume 33, Issue 11
The bi-weekly student newspaper of Curry College, Milton, MA
New residence hall slated for fall semester
By Natasira Naoum
Curr>' President tCenneth Quigley
recently spoke glowingly of the new
residence hall thai is being built on the
South Side of campus.
''We believe the liew residence hall
wili enhance the experience of all
members of the Cuuy College com-
munity, and will provide a better liv-
ing and learning environment for our
smdents and bring us closer to achiev-
ing many goals inside our strategic
plan," Quigley said.
The building of the new residence
hall will not cause the college to
accept more students than are required
by the growth plan, Quigley said,
adding that this year's enrollment tar-
get calls for a very modest growth in
the entering class.
The intent of the new residence hall
^il new residence hall is being comtruaed <
is to respond to the demand of reliim-
ing students. The new residence hall
wil! not affect the size of classes,
which will remain under 20 students
on average, according to Quigley.
Photo by Shane Froebel
n the South Side of campus
He stated, "This is one of the great
strengths of our college."
The renovation of older residence
halls is not included in the strategic
plan. The thought is that the new resi-
dence hall should relieve the pressure
on the existing residence iialis.
There might be one more residence
hall built on campus m the future,
depending on the need to house more
students, Quigley said. But, as slated
at the open foram, the school's size
will not increase to more than 2,000
A plan for a new smdenl center is
also in the works, according to the
president. There are two ideas bemg
entertained. One is that tlicy will build
out into the Drapkin parking lot. The
other idea is to build up on top of
Many people were wondering why
the new residence ball was being built
before the new student center
Quigley said thai the reason is the new
residence hall will help fund the stu-
Curry community welcomes home Marc Zepf
Members of the Curry College
Kabul Military Training Center in stressful times, he was called to s
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This club is dedicated to bring people of all nations together, to uplift, and bring pride to Curry College
students. We want to educate students about their surroundings, to make a difference in those commu-
nities, and to the people of the community, we wold like to bring recognitiion to Curry College through
alliances with different universities and colleges through social events.
1 Nation Society Members:
Kids from the Anthony Perkins Community Center in
Dorchester, at the Diversity Diner Spring 2002
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Diversity Dinner Spring 2003. Spanish
Merengre Band, sponsored
by 1 Nation and other groups.
1 Nation Event 2002. Talent Show Performers
Halloween Pub 2001, Students at event from
1 Nation Event- Halloween Pub 2001.
Maggie, Sybil, Kendra
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An active group on the Curry College
campus, the CCSNA gives nursing
students a forum to plan social and
academic events. Informative events are
held, such as the all-college Health Fair,
and the club also can provide assistance
with attendance at conferences, etc.
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A»^ ic>>i^ Ct ( ifi.
Aidkio is a combination of physical and eastern
philosophical training. Implicit in the training are re-
spect for others, aesthetics of the art, aspects of and
traditional Asian spirituality and a respect for life.
Aikido is considered an art for all ages, practiced
by young and old- a life study. It is also called the
Harmonious Way. Referred to as the gentle art, aikido
provides a deeper, non-violent world outlook.
With Aikido, life and the world are more
connectable, vibrant and a vital place to grow and
Gordon Kennedy-President/ Instructor of Aikido Club
Cathy Hopkins~Vice President
Dr. Les Muray PhD~Faculty Advisor
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Mike O'Sullivan, Brian Dolierty Erin Allen
^ -, ^ii
Ed Zimirowski, Terrence Norve,
Larry Mulrey, Robert Byrnes, Matt
Jeannotte, Dave Ferrando, Mike
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Nadia Ashley So. Dedham, MA Danielle Beiliveau Fr. Tewskbury, MA Dana Bonaventura Jr. Maiden, MA
Danielle Crowley Fr. Arlington, MA Courtney Dukehart Fr. Philadelphia, PA Kaitlin Greene Jr. Tewskbury,
MA Lauren Halpern Fr. Boca Raton, FL Brand! Lawrence Jr. Ludlow, MA Megan Lynch Fr. Burlington, MA
Nekisha Powell Fr. Bridgeport, CT Kris Rogers Fr. Carver, MA Jen Scarpelli So. Trumbull, CT Carly Steele
Sr. Maiden, MA Amanda Gentile Sr. Stoughton, MA
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Head Coach Cristyn DeMerchant
The Cheerleading team had many freshman
this year, so it was a big building year for them.
They attended a NCA Collegiate summer camp
at BU last August, where they learned many new
stunts, cheers, and dance moves. They also trav-
eled to New York to cheer on the football team in
the playoffs, as well as cheered for the women's
basketball team when they made the playoffs.
They also for the first time attended the football
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2002 Football Schedule & Results
Final Overall Record: 7-3
Final NEFC Boyd Record: 3-2
Date Opponent Time/Result
9/7 at Framingham State College 35-6 W
9/14 FITCHBURG STATE COLLEGE 38-20 M
9/21 MAINE MARITIME ACADEMY 38-7 W
9/28 at UMass Dartmouth* 10-40 L
10/5 atM.I.T.* 31-8 W
10/12 SALVE REGINA UNIVERSITY* 2.0 ''^ ^
10/19 NICHOLS COLLEGE* '^'
11/2 at Western New England*
1 1/9 WESTFIELD STATE COLLEGE
11/23 at Hartwick College+ 14-69 L
Football Roster 2002
Ferrando, Dave , Bascon, Benjamin ,Ben, Joseph .Howe, Adam , Coppenrath, Michael, Grondell, Joshua,
Berte, Evan, Reynolds, Robert , Haskell, Scott,Philbrook, Timothy , Pascarelli, James , Mulligan, James ,
Watts, Gareth, Lovendale, Bill, Anderton, Patrick, Sunday, David, Eakins, J.T, McGonagle, Michael ,
Zammit, Raphael, Kamborian, Kristopher, O'Connor, Patrick ,Benoit, Brandon, Lucier, Deanan,
Curry, Moses Dixon, Alfonzo, Gregoire, Seth , Byrne, Eric ,Jeannotte, Matt,Dick, Bradford , Rapoza, Matt
Charles, Johnny ,Rindone, Joe, Eakins, Todd, Ortiz, Manny , Spicer, David, Bolton, George , Butler, Timothy,
Norve, Terrence, Morrison, William, Pauquette, Justin , Rogowicz, Patrick ,Grinkin, Derek, Worcester, Eric,
Kelleher, Kevin, Byrnes, Robert ,Robitaille, Brian, Richard, Stephen , Giles, Jarett,Ferullo, Anthony, Arituce,
David, Duffy, Joseph,Young, Jason , Croall, Ryan, Rotondo, Robert ,Parro, Matthew ,Allar, Daniel ,
Santamaria, Michael .Spence, Sydney ,Zimirowski, Edmund , Leonard, Erin ,Waden, David.Gonzalez,
Manny, Mulrey, Larry, DeCristoforo, Daniel, Lombardi, Joseph, Cinelli, John, WisPaul,Brierty, Lucas, Marchant,
Jonathan, Bartoiini, Alan, Gallagher, John-Paul, Stevens, Thomas, Riley, Brian, Perez, Marc,Undelof,
James, Coleman, Nicholas, Cox, Nick.Johnson, Mario, Langan, Robert, MacGregor, Stephen, O'Malley, Sean, Ruiz,
HEAD COACH Steve Nelson (North Dakota State 74), 5th season
ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH & Defensive Coordinator Mark Pizziferri (Norwich '83)
ASSISTANT COACHES: Offensive Coordinator Vinnie Eruzione (Holy Cross '84) Receivers/Asst. Offensive Coord. Steve Zabel (Oklahoma '69) Offensive
Line Brian Lee (Bridgewater State '97) Running Backs/Special Teams Mosi Tatupu (USC '77) Quarterbacks Darin Colucci (Bucknell '87) Defensive
Assistant Bill McDonald (New Haven '77) Defensive Backs John Finase (Central Connecticut '75) Defensive Line Frank Russo (Northeastern '90) Defensive
Assistant John Avilla (Nichols '02) Defensive Assistant Joe Siracuse (Curry '02)
9/4 UMASS DARTMOUTH 1-6 L 9/7
NEW ENGLAND COLLEGE* 2-0 W
9/11 GORDON COLLEGE* 1-5 L
9/15 UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND* 1-2 L
9/18 WENT WORTH INST. OF TECH.* 2-3 L
9/21 at Endicott College* 0-8 L
9/25 ROGER WILLIAMS UNIVERSITY* 0-10 L
9/28 at Nichols College* 0-7 L
lO/I FRAMFNGHAM STATE COLLEGE 8-3 W
10/3 at Suffolk University 0-3 L
10/5 at Salve Regina University* 0-7 L
10/9 ANNA MARIA COLLEGE* 1-3 L
10/12 CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY 0-4 L
10/17 EMERSON COLLEGE 0-4 L
10/19 at Eastern Nazarene College* 2-4 L
10/24 at Mt. Ida College 1-2 L
10/26 at Colby-Sawyer College* 0-7 L
00/19 Matt Taierico.0/17 Bill Reynolds.2 Matt Seaman,3 Zachary Nelson,6 Tim TIchacek
7 John Kelly. 10 James McCready,11 Tim Gilligan,14 Marcell Strain, 16 Andrew Kiriakos
19 John Matthews ,21 Anthony Castagnozzi,23 Michael Biffar
HEAD COACH: Morten Jorgensen (Aalborg University '96, 1" season) |P
ASSISTANT COACH: Robb Rolfing (Vassar College '00, 2"" season)
S2 Class of 2003 CAPTAINS: Matt Talerico and Andrew Kiriakos
Andrew Kiriakos, Matt Talerico
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2002 Women's Soccer Roster
Danielle Habeeb, Nicole Wandy, Angela Belanger, Caitlin Gray, Kristine Sanborn, Jana Williamson,
Suzanne Sironi, Julie Pagliuca,Nicole Annese, Karen Mitzcavitch, Jennifer Spartichino, Gianna Passacantilli,
Erica Schutt, Lauren Coleman, Rebecca Gardner, Tara Scott, Bridget Nelson, Jayme Aronson, Venus Wolo
Head Coach: Danielle Ferrara (Salem State College '94, 4th season)
Assisitant Coach: Caitlin Roberts (New England College '97, 3rd season)
Captain: Julie Pagliuca '04
Patrick Beck. James Condlin
Jason Feldman, Ted Michalos
Jacob Mishkin. Mike Pollock
Seth Ross, Matt Williams
HEAD COACH: John
Ritucci, 3''' season
ASSISTANT COACH: Marty
CAPTAIN: Matt Williams
3/22 Wentworlh Institute* 2-7 L
3/26 Colby-Sawyer College* 1-8 L 3/27
UMass Boston 3-5 L
4, I UMass Dartmouth 0-9 L
4/14 Salve Regina University* 0-9L
4/15 Roger Williams University* 1-8 L
4/U) Worcester State College 7-2 W
4/17 Salem State College 3-6 L
4/21 Eastern Nazarene College* 7-2 W
4/23 Gordon College* 5-4 W
4/25 Nichols C ollege* 0-9 L
4/28 Kntlicolt f ollege* 7-2 W
4/29 CCC Quarterfinals at
Colby-Sawyer 1-8 L
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9/7 SALEM STATE COLLEGE 3-6 L
9/1 1 SUFFOLK UNIVERSITY 6-3 W
9/13 SIMMONS COLLEGE 5-4 W
9/17 WENTWORTH INST. OF TECH.* 8-1
9/19 at Endicott College* 1-8 L
9/25 BECKER COLLEGE 9-0 W
9/28 at Nichols College* 5-4 W
10/2 at Newbury College 9-0 W
10/9 at Emerson College 4-3 W
10/15 ROGER WILLIAMS UNIVERSITY*
10/17 UMASS DARTMOUTH 5-4 W
10/18 EMMANUEL COLLEGE 8-1 W
10/19 at Eastern Nazarene College* 8-1 W
10/22 at Gordon College* 3-6 L
10/24 at Regis College* 7-0 W
10/25 at Colby-Sawyer College* 4-5 L
10/26 at Salve Regina University* 3-5 L
10/29 at Endicott College+ 0-9 L
l^H Class of 2003
Yodelle Fernandez, Emily Gerrein. Cara Linehan
Ali Pendola, Stephanie Sigler, Erica Veenendaal
HEAD COACH: Herb Chenell (3'"^ season)
CAPTAINS: Cara Linehan and Stephanie Sigler
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Womens Cross Country
Caitlin Roberts (New
England College '97)
Jacinda-Beth Kelly (New
England College '00)
Lindsay Gallant '03. Jen
Duck '03, Molly Melone
'04 & Rebecca Gardner
3/13 Alfred University 5-9 L3/20
Salve Regina University* 9-8 W3/
22 Worcester State College 16-2 W
3/25 Castleton State College 16-1
W 3/27 Southern Maine U-IO Wv
OT 3/29 Gordon College* 9-15 L
4/10 Univcrsitj' of iNew England*
7-5 W 4/15 Coiby-Sawyer tdllegc*
6-19 L 4/16 Elms College 21-2 \V
4/18 UMass Dartmouth 7-9 L 4/21
Rndicott College* S-7 W 4/23
Nichols College* 9-5 W 4/25 New
England College* 5-6 L 4/29 CCC
Quarterflnals vs. N.E. College 3-4
L 5/7 fXAC Quarterfinals at
pastern C onneclicut 4-20 L
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Katrina Cloutier, Dina Dworetsky, Laura Estey, Alice Field, Kimberly Jarrett, Sara McLane
Heather Petitpas, Andrea Sarbanis HEAD COACH: Tammy Monahan (UMass Boston '96),
2nd season CAPTAIN: Laura Estey
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Nick Reiph, Kyle McNamar
162 Class of 2003
Derek Oliver So. G 5-9 160 Norwalk,CT (Brien McMahon) 20 Keith Fredricksen Sr. F 6-3 190 Niantic, CT
(East Lyme) 23 Will Freeman Jr. F 6-3 215 Windsor, CT (East Catholic) 24 James Cooper Jr. G 6-0 170
Haverhill, MA (Haverhill) 25 Michael Mohrin Fr. G 6-3 185 Greenwich, CT (Greenwich) 30 Ricardo Graham
So. G 6-2 200 Hartford, CT (Cheney Tech) 31 Glen Goff Sr. F 6-4 215 Shelton, CT (O'Brien Tech) 33 Nick
Reiph Jr. F 6-3 175 Norwalk, CT (St. Luke's) 40 Kyle McNamar Sr. F 6-6 215 Vernon, CT (Rockville) 44
Kyle Fiske So. G 6-1 180 Wrentham, MA (King Phillip) HEAD COACH: Sean Casey (Keene State '93), 5'"
season ASSISTANT COACH: Mark Fierri (Springfield '87), P' season CAPTAINS: KyleMcNamar and
1 1/22 5:30 +MaineMachias 7873W 1 1/23
3:00 +Keene State 46-82 L 1 1/26 8:00
WORCESTER POLYTECHNIC 73-57
W 12/3 7:00 at Lasell College 64-74 L/
OT 12/5 7:00 BRIDGEWATER STATE
COLLEGE 62-70 L 12/7 3:00
ENDICOTT COLLEGE* 80-81 L 12/10
7:00 at Springfield College 59-78 L 12/17
7:00 at Northeastern University 53-93 L
1/7 8:00 TUFTS tJNlVERSITY 77-87 L
1/1 1 3:00 GORDON COLLEGE* 67-77
L 1/14 7:00 NEWBURY COLLEGE72-
67 W 1/16 8:00 at Roger Williams
University* 86-77 W 1/218:00 at Eastern
Nazarene College* 89-94 L 1/23 8:00 at
Salve Regina University* 64-67 L 1/25
3:00 at University of New England* 97-
95 W 1/28 8:00 at New England College*
71-66 W 1/30 8:00 EASTERN
NAZARENE COLLEGE* 93-65 W 2/1
3:00 ANNA MARIA COLLEGE* 66-53
W 2/6 6:00 at Nichols College* 60-68 L
2/1 1 8:00 SALVE REGfNA UNIVER-
SITY* 87-70 W 2/13 8:00
WENTWORTH INSTITUTE* 72-62 W
2/15 3:00 NICHOLS COLLEGE* 56-84
L 2/18 8:00 at Colby-Sawyer College*
72-80 L 2/20 8:00 at Anna Maria
College* 65-69 L 2/22 3:00 ROGER
WILLIAMS* 58-68 L
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10 Erin Allen Fr. G 5-4Litchfield, NH (Alvirne),12 Jianine Esposito Fr. G 5-4Bridgeport, CT (St. Joseph|,14Sabrina
PerryFr.G 5-6Merion, PA (Merion Mercy Academy),20 Vicky Palmacci So. G 5-4 Somer\'ille, MA (Somerville) .21 Crystal
CleggJr.G5-8 Hudson, NH (Alvime),33 Leigh Johnston Jr.G5-9 Randolph, MA (Archbishop Williams) ,34 Gennifer
BradshavvFr. F 5-9Hudson, NH (Alvirne),35 Lauren Fechtmann So.F 5-1 1 Ramsey, NJ (Ramsey) ,44 Kehinda Oshodi Jr. G
5-6 Boston, MA (Fenway) ,45Brandy HowardSo.F 5-lOWeymouth, MA (Weymouth).55 Julie Medonis Fr, F 5-8
Wethersfield, CT (Enfield)
HEAD COACH: Todd Goclowski (Clark University '90), 2nd season
ASSISTANT COACH: Theresa Sanchez (Quinnipiac '02), 1st Season
CAPTAINS Lauren Fechtmann. Brandy Howard & Victoria Palmacci
164 Class of 2003
Leigh Johnston, Jeanine Esposita, Erin Allen, Vicky Palmacci, Crystal
Clegg, Coach Todd Goclowski
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Lenny Mosca, Derek Kerstner
Names of Players
Bryan Madison , Derek Kerstner, Michael O'Sullivan, Ryan Murphy, Brett
Yvon Jonathan Whitham, Kevin Narciso, C.J. Stagnaro, Sean Pero, Dan
Bliss, Brian Doherty, Michael Solesky, Michael Heenan, John Meenan, Jeff
Gendron, Brian Nolan, David Malcolm, David Roberts, Lee Carter, Scott
Noyes, Sean Ray, Lenny Mosca, Brian Donovan, Chester Ferreira
HEAD COACH: Rob Davies (Boston University '82), 4"' season
ASSISTANT COACHES: John Burgess (Norwich University '92), 1st
Bob Roche (Brown University, '93), 1st Season
CAPTAIN: Brian Doherty '05 ASSISTANT CAPTAINS: Chet Ferreira
"05, Mike Sullivan '05, Sean Pedro '05
TEAM MANAGER : Tom Ward
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Brian Doherty, Mike O'Sullivan
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3/15 Vassar College 7-9 L 3/25 Emerson
CoUege 19-6 W 3/27 UMass Boston 7-6
W/2 OT 3/29 Wentworth Institute* 5-12
L 4/1 Mass. Maritime Academy 5-8 L 4/3
Keene State College 3-19 L 4/6 Nichols
College* 8-5 W 4/10 New England
College* 6-14 L 4/16 Salve Regina
University* 6-13 L 4/17 Roger Williams
University* 4:00 4/19 University of New
England* 1 1 :30 a.m. 4/22 Gordon Col-
lege* 3:30 4/24 Mt. Ida College 3:30 4/26
Endicott College* 1:00 4/29-5/3 CCC
Mark Lange, William Basham, Matllicw Doiiceltc, Patrick Aiidcrton, John Cinelli, Bryan Lucas, Geno
Busa. Colin Dclorcy, Chris Sherburne, Sean Ray, Brandon Crossen, Jason Katsos, Steven Rueda, Austin
Grifnngllarry Nadal. Andrew Hand. Eric Corso, Tim Hagen, Brian Donovan, Zach Milliard
Head Coach: Neal Anderson (Merrimack College '()())
Assistant Coach: Adam Olshansky (Colgate Univcrsity'OO)
Captains: Eric Corso "03, Geno Busa "03. Mark Lange "03
168 Class of 2()03
Eric Corso, Tim Hagen
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Sizie Sironi, Jen Duck
Coach Caitlin Roberts Captains:
Jen Duck, Rebecca Gardnerm Molly
Melone, Lindsey, Gallant, Ass Coach
Caitlin Roberts (New
England College '97)
Jacinda-Beth Kelly (New
England College '00)
Lindsay Gallant '03, Jen
Duck '03, Molly Melone
'04 & Rebecca Gardner
3/13 Alfred Universm 5-9 13/20
Salve Regina University* 9-8 W3/
22 Worcester State College 16-2 W
3/25 Castleton State College 16-1
W 3/27 Southern Maine 11-10 VV/
OT 3/29 Gordon College* 9-15 L
4/10 University of New England*
7-5 W 4/1 5 Colby-Sawyer College*
6- 1 9 L 4/1 6 Elms College 2 1 -2 W
4/18 UMass Dartmouth 7-9 L 4/21
Endicott College* 8-7 W 4/23
Nichols College* 9-5 W 4/25 New
England College* 5-6 L 4/29 CCC
Quarterfinals vs. N.E. College 3-4
L 5/7 FXAC OuarterHnals at
Eastern Connecticut 4-20 L
170 Class of 2003
Nicole Annese, Katie Messuri, Jen Duck, Jana Williamson, Suzie Sironi, Lindsay Lunati, Jenelle Mistretta,
Angela Burgess, Courtney Roche, Lindsey Gallant, Sheena Postell, Amanda Henderson, Rebecca Gardner,
Kaitlin Tilley, Erin Butler, Karen Mitzcavitch, Molly Melone, Alyssa Breault, Nicole Wandy, Ruth Yacubian
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3/8 Delaware Valley College 3-5 L 3/9 University of
ScrantonNorthwood University9-4 W2-5 L3/11
Westminster College 5-3 W 3/12 Maiywood
UniversityNorwich University6-5 W9-2 W3124
Framingham State College 4-15 L 3/26 Nichols
College* 8-13 L 3/27 Salem State College 6-7 L 3/29
Gordon College (2)* 6-0 W; 13-8 W 4/1 New
England College * 8-0 W 4/3 Fitchburg State
College 11-10 W 4/7 Babson College 4-1 1 L 4/10
Fisher College 5-6 L 4/14 Roger Williams Univer-
sity* 19-10 W 4/15 Eastern Nazarene College* 6-4 W
4/16 Colby-Sawyer College* 6-4 W 4/18 Endicott
College (2)* 3-8 L; 9-8 W 4/21 Salve Regina
University* 1-15 L 4/23 Mass. Maritime Academy 3-7
L 4/24 Anna Maria College* 18-2 W 4/27 Wentworth
Institute* 5-7 L 4/29 CCC Tournament vs. Roger
Williams 11-17 L 5/1 CCC Tournament vs. N.E.
College 12-10 W 5/3 CCC Tournament at Salve
Regina 2-16 L
HEAD COACH: Dave I'crdios, lirandcis '80 (5"' season)
ASSISTANT COACHES: John Flanders & Ken raniier
CAPTAINS:Joe Seeley & Gareth Watts
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Nick Pomakis, Gareth Watts, J T Eakins, Don Fuicillo, Biian LL-[?lan(. loc Sc-elevRobeit Noletie,
Pete Lown, .Tun Pascarelli, Kns Tedesco, Zach Robbini, Ben Haidmg, F5iian Hamlin. Tim Sweeney,
Dan McNeil, Chet Fen'eira, Tyler Pybum, Nick Mackey, Brian Sullivan, Mike O'Donnell, Gary
Vuolo, Mike Duran
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HEAD COACH: Bruce
Weckworth, Curry '82 (8"" season)
ASSISTANT COACH: Lou Bello
PITCHING COACH:Elisa Paparo
MANAGERS: Shannon Brock
CAPTAINS: Leslie Montalto,
Allyson Machado, Lisa Bello
1/10 mlminglon College 1 1-1(1 W Elms College
^1-7 L (fi innings f 3/11 Emmanuel College 3-0 M'
Haverford College 5-9 L 3/13 Transylvania
University 1-JO L Wiltenberg University 1-2 L 3i
14 Defiance College S-X L Wheaton College IILI
<-'/ I. 3/19 Johnson & Wales University 4-1 W 3/
25 Salem Stale College 2-4 L 3/29 New England
College (2|" 2-3 L; 3-10 L 4/1 University ofNcw
Ingland • 6-7 L 4'2 Mass. Maritime Academy
! 3-8 V. 4/4 Fitcbburg Stale College 6-8 L 4/6
NichoU Collese (2)* 6-1 W; 10-6 W 4/10
l.ndicoli College (2)' 2-5 L: 1-3 L 4/12 Regis
College 121" 8-0 W; 8-0 W 4/14 Eastern
Nazarene College (2)' 10-0 W; I0-2W4/I5
Ciordon College (2)' S-5 W; 4-7 L 4/16 Anna
Maria College (2)* 5-3 W; 0-1 L 4/19 Lasell
College (2) 4-9 L: 10-5 W 4/21 Salve Reglna
Inivenity (2)> IK) I.; 5-10 1, 4/23 Roger
Williami tnivenily (2)* 0-5 L: 4-5 L 4.24
Hrarwlcis University 2-1 1 L 4/27 Wcntworth
InslMutc (2)» 0-« L; 1 1-7 W 4/28 CCC
Tournament at Anna Maria 3-2 W 4/29 CCC
Tournament vs. Wentwonh tat lindicotl) 1-4 L 5/
I CCC Tournament vs. Roger Williams (at
fiordon) W) L t8 inninp^)
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Denise Surran, Lindsay Souza, Jamie Goldman, Kaitlin Berardi, Leslie Montalto, Maria Sancinito, Bethanie
Raposa, Danielle Beck, Kathleen Fallon, Allyson Machado, Catherine Maguire, Meagan Sandeffer, Jackie
Tarr, Candice Gabrey, Lisa Bello, Shena Simone, Laurie Perry, Angela BelangerLisa Morris, Victoria
Palmacci, Colleen Smith
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This yearbook was printed by Jostens, Inc. out of their State
College, PA plant. Senior portraits were provided by
McGrath Studios in Braintree, MA. Pictures were provided to
us by either student submission, our wonderful staff photog-
raphers, or Curry's campus photographer. Matt Hakloa, who
helped us tremendously. The majority of the photos used in
this book were digital images, placed into layouts using
Jostens' Picture Placer.
The book was printed on 80# gloss paper and distributed at
no charge to all graduating seniors. These pages were all
created using Adobe Pagemaker 6.5 and Jostens Yeartech
2003 on a PC platform.
The editor for this book was senior Stephanie Moskal. Staff
photographers were freshmen Megan Hazlehurst and Katie
Piskor, and senior Pat Spera. Section editors were Sabrina
Dimelio for Sports and Katie McMakin for Clubs. Yearbook
adviser Mike Randall oversaw progress on the book and has
improved his computer skills:)
The cover was designed by cover artist Rick Brooks and
editor Stephanie Moskal. All cover photos were taken by
Special thanks to our Jostens rep Tara Anderson for all that
she has done for this years yearbook staff, and in-plant con-
sultant Christina Ripka for helping us along the way.
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Bernard Bowen Jr.
Keep your head up, life just
got started. It's time to use
your education now to make
the assist. You have now
graduated from my school,
Love your Dad
Way To Go, Ian!
Mom,Dad,Chris, & Matt
Emily Mae Gerrein
Our beautiful little girl has become
a wonderful young woman!
We are so proud of you
not only for what you have achieved
but more importantly
for who you are
All our love always.
Mom, Dad, Joe, and Grandma
Who can believe you've made it
through college? We're very proud of you.
Congratulations and good luck!
We love you,
Mom and Dad
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Cjo placidly amid the noise and the haste, and remember what peace there may be in
As far as possible, without surrender, be on good terms with all persons. Speak your truth quietly
and clearly; and listen to others, even to the dull and the ignorant; they too have their story. Avoid
loud and aggressive persons; they are vexations to the spirit.
If you compare yourself with others, you may become bitter or vain, for always there will be
greater and lesser persons than yourself. Enjoy your achievements as well as your plans. Keep
interest in your own career, however humble; it is as a real possession in the changing fortunes of
time... Exercise caution in your business affairs, for the world is full of trickery. But let this not blind
you to what virtue there is; many persons strive for high ideals, and everywhere life is full of hero-
De youself. Especially do not feign affection. Neither be cynical about love; for in the face of all
aridity and disenchantment, it is as perennial as the grass. ..Take kindly the counsel of the years,
gracefully surrendering the things of youth. Nurture strength of spirit to shield you in sudden
misfortune. But do not distress yourself with dark imaginings. Many fears are born of fatigue and
Deyond a wholesome discipline, be gentle with yourself. You are a child of the universe no less
than the trees and the stars; you have a right to be here. And whether or not it is clear to you, no
doubt the universe is unfolding as it should. Therefore be at peace with God, whatever you con-
ceive him to be.
And whatever your labors and aspirations, in the noisy confusion of life, keep peace in your soul.
With all its sham, drudgery and broken dreams, it is still a beautiful world. Be cheerful. Strive to be
With all our love and Best wishes for a wonderful life.
Thanks for the memories we love you so.
Mom, Dad, Jed, Garett, & Bret.
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We could never be more proud
Congratulations on all your
Love Dad, Mommy Charlie,
Fern, and Homer
I'm so PROUD that
the life I gave you is
so appreciated every
minute, you make it
YOU DID IT!
The years at Curry went by so quickly! Throughout those
years, you have continued to develop into a loving and
caring person with a great sense of humor.
You have reached another major goal in your life. We are
proud of all you have accomplished so far. Your positive
attitude will help you throughout the future. We love you
and are always there for you.
Mom, Dad, Carl, Damian and Gina
SLAM DUNK CONDOR-MAN! CONGRATULATIONS!
"I wish you all good things-
especially the gift of being able to let go.
Learn from your sorrow and mistakes,
then go on. And most of all I wish you
courage. That usually takes care of every-
Pam Brown, b.l928
We love you!
Mom,Tara and Jared
216 Class of 2003
You have always been the light of
Christ to us in all you do. Your special
qualities shine through.
Your childhood passed so quickly,
but every moment is a cherished memory.
Your future looks exciting... and joyful.
Love, Mom, "Bumpa."
and all the family
You Are My Sunshine
You have brought so much joy
into my life since you were a little
girl, and I'm sure that you will spread
sunshine wherever your road in life
Thank you for all our happy
memories, and those that we have
yet to embark upon. You are my shin-
ning star, and I'm very proud of you.
All my love.
In the Spotlight 217
We just wrote to say we
Michael, Larry, Ellen,
Emily, Beccy, & David
We all ride the sea of life in
the calm you are our joy
When a storm slams you
down and you get up and
peddle on with your eyes i0^
on your prize we are most
proud of you. Prize 800
large? We love you for-
ever and always. Love
Mom & Dad
218 Class of 2003
We watched you grow up from a little girl to a young lady
You have come a long way and you raade it. We are so proud
of you and your success. Keep up the good work.
Love Mom, Dad & Family
In the Spotlight 219
Trac...We are so very proud of you!
The past four years have flown by.
The world is yours... you go...
Auguri a te,
Sei stata bravissima!
Bacioni da papi.
Mamma, Elisa &
Kerry A. Shields
Best Wishes! You're all grow
up, and we are so proud of you.
Love, Mom & Dad
220 Class of 200^
To Jessica, our sweet, kind, adorable, loveable
daughter and sister. You truly are a beautiful
person, both inside and outside. Keep your
kind and loving spirit, your sense of humor,
your fondness for adventure and your posi-
tive outlook, for these virtues have served you
well. Live everyday with gratitude, enthusi-
asm and love in your heart as you follow your
dreams! We are so very proud of you and all of
your accomplishments - you really are -
ENJOY THE JOURNEY! God bless you!
We love you so very much
You're the best
Mom,Dad, Becca, and Ryan
In the Spotlight 221
on four successful years of college!!!
I love you, Stephanie!
From Kevin and the Gill Family
Congratulations! ! !
On your Nursing
Dad, Mom, Becca
222 Class of 2003
From little frown to cap and gown
The many trials along the way
To stand on your own, but never alone
For the smiles we share today
We are so proud of you! ! ! ! !
In the Spotlight 223
It must have been fate that we came
together and even more so that we opened
our eyes to one another.
As we run through our Hves at such
a rapid pace, we can only into the future; to
our light at the end of the tunnel. For me,
that light is you.
You have influenced and awakened
my life in countless ways. I cannot begin to
explain the love and appreciation that I
feel towards you. Each day we grow closer
You are my lover, my best friend,
and the one who will be in my hear for-
ever. I cherish you and need you more
than you will ever know.
You are my love, my monster.
the class of 2003!
Good luck to you
The Pincus family,
David Scott Miller
The achievement of your college graduation is the
direct result of all you blood, sweat and tears over
the past four years, as well as the fulfillment of our
You are living proof that hard work and persever-
ance result in success. We know that this step is only
a beginning, and the lessons of these past four years
will carry forward through the rest of your life.
Congratulations on a job well done!
224 Class of 2003
Happiness and love always
We are so very proud of the person
you have become and all that you
have accomplished. May your fu-
ture be bright and all your hopes and
dreams come true. We wish you much
love and happiness always.
All our love. Dad, Mom, & Elizabeth
Congratulations to our college gradu-
ate! Your initiative, perseverance and
accomplishments speak for themselves.
As you move forward now always
remember our abiding love and respect
for the person you are.
Our pride in you knows no bounds.
Mom, Dad and Eli
In the Spotlight 225
JASON S. FELDMAN
Your achievements have al-
ways made us proud. Now that
you are graduating from college,
we know that your persistent
efforts have come to fruition and
will ensure you a bright and suc-
cessful future. May the coming
years bring you good health, suc-
cess and all the best things in life.
Mom and Dad
You have worked hard and
accomplished a great deal to
bring you to this day I wish you
much success in your life and
career and hope that all your
wishes come true.
Kevin Mc Garry
Your compassion, work
ethic and caring of your
fellow man is an
example to all of us.
With pride and love.
Mom & Dad
226 Class of 2003
We Are So Proud Of You!
You reached for the stars and
soared high above.
You accomplished your goals
Way to go sweetie!
Mom, Mimi & pappy
Job well done to all the seniors. Best of
luck in the future.
You Did It
You have grown into a fine
young man. Im very proud
of you and your accom-
plishments. Always believe
in yourself. Reach for the
stars. I love you. Mom
You did it! You did a
great job in the last four
years. Your family is
very proud of you. I
knew you could do it,
good luck in the future.
Bethany Rachel Myers
IF YOU CAN DREAM IT, YOU CAN DO IT.
We never stopped believing in you and you
alvi-ays made us proud. No one could ask
more of a daughter- bright, loving, strong in
her convictions, and beautiful, too. You are
a role model for all who know you, and a
parents greatest joy.
Mom, Dad, Jill. & "German"
The friends. The laughter. The experience.
The life ahead.
For all those times you will never forget, this is for you.
Don't ever stop being the "Bear" you always were.
Mom, Dad, Shauna. and Paulie
In the SpotUght 227
I am so proud of you and all of your accom-
plishments you have made in the past four
years. You have grown into quite a young lady.
I am confident you will succeed in whatever
you decide to do with you life and you will face
the real world with confidence.
Lauren Marie Federico
We are so proud of you and all that you have
accomplished. We are especially proud of the
lovely young woman you have become. You
have filled our lives with much happiness and
joy and many wonderful memories. We wish
you a lifetime of peace, happiness, success and
love. Follow your heart and believe in yourself
as we believe in you. We love you very much
and will always be
here for you. May all
your dreams come
David & Marisa
Leela J. Shankar
Remain loyal to yourself
With all that you are and all you shall become
Grow in knowledge and wisdom
Move forward with courage and respect
Celebrate life, accept challenge, and be joyful
I am forever grateful for your presence in my
You are my life and inspiration
As you reach for your dreams,
As you set new goals,
As you aim even higher.
We celebrate your achievements
With the joy you have given us.
Mom and Dad
228 Class of 200''.
We are so proud of you !
Your determintion, drive and desire are unbeatable.
Your caring for others, love for life make you shine.
You're great daughter, sister and fried. Whatever you
choose to do we are sure you will make a wonderful
difference in other people's lives.
We love you today and always,
Mom, Dad, and Jess
We're so proud of you. Your accomplish-
ments and for the person you are.
Mom & Dad
Nicholas Robert Latino
From the day you were born we knew that
God gave you to us for a very special
reason. Words cannot express how proud
we are of you for all of your accomplish-
ments. You mean the world to us, Nick.
Always know that we are here for you.
May success be yours and may all your
dreams come true!!
Mom, Dad, & Jennifer
In the Spotlight 229
U2's humanitarian lead singer Bono visits
Africa and tours Midwestern America to
raise awareness and support for Atrican
AIDS epidemic relief
Nuclear crisis arises when North Korean
leader Kim Jong II breaks a 1994 pledge
with the United States not to build
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U.N. inspectors return to Iraq to Investigate
Saddam Hussein's alleged production of
weapons of mass destruction.
A Halloween earthquake in San Giuiliano di
Puglia, Italy, topples an elementary school,
killing dozens of children.
China's one-child-per-family policy creates
an imbalanced boy-to-girl ratio that will
result in tens of millions of men finding
themselves single in the year 2020.
The Miss World beauty
pageant leaves Nigeria
after Islamic fundamentalist
protest groups kill more
than 100 people.
In Venezuela, an opposition
strike demanding President
Hugo Chavez's resignation
paralyzes the country's oil
exports and turns to bloodshed
as Chavez supporters retaliate.
The oil tanker Prestige
spills more than 5 million
gallons of oil off the
northwestern coast of
Spain before splitting in
two and sinking.
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter
receives the Nobel Peace Prize for his
decades of work for peace, democracy
and human rights worldwide.
y After being subpoenaed to testify before a
IVIassachusetts grand jury about sex abuse
among Catholic priests, embattled Boston
Cardinal Bernard Law resigns.
Alert System, which posts information
about abducted children on TV and
interstate signs, leading to the recovery
of dozens of children nationwide.
X For weeks in October, alleged snipers
John IVIuhammad and Lee Boyd Malvo
terrorize Washington, D.C., IVIaryland and
Virginia, randomly killing 10 people and
injuring three others.
^ The space shuttle Columbia breaks apart on
reentry into the Earth's atmosphere, killing
all seven astronauts aboard.
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not return safely to
Earth, but we can pray
they are safely home."
- President George W. Bush
TiOHAL nATJOn t'
Gene J Puskar/Getty Images
On July 28, nine
Pennsylvania coal miners
are rescued after being
trapped for three days in
a mineshaft flooded with
over 70 million gallons
Midterm elections make
history as Republicans, the
party controlling the White
House, gain congressional
seats rather than losing them.
Jotin Partipilo/AP/Wide World Ptiotos
Several large corporations
inflate profits while top
executives make off with
millions in accounting
scandals that send shock
waves through global markets.
^ President Bush signs ttie Homeland
Security Act, officially creating a
Department of Homeland Security
dedicated to preventing terrorist attacl(s.
Patients in Florida are the first to receive
the VeriChip, a computer chip bearing
personal medical data that is injected into
Microsoft's Tablet PC enables users to write
directly on the screen rather than typing on
The Journal of the American Medical
Association reports that children who
grow up with pets have a reduced risk
of developing common allergies.
Maria de Jesus and Maria Teresa Quiej-
Alvarez, 1 -year-old Guatemalan twins
born joined at the head, are successfully
separated after over 22 hours of surgery.
Just before burning up in Jupiter's
atmosphere, the Galileo spacecraft
captures the closest shots ever taken
of Jupiter's moon lo.
IJASAiAP/WiOe World Photos
^ Both Italian doctor Severino
Antinori and Raellan scienti
at Clonaid, who believe aliens
created humans, claim to
have produced the first
cloned human. Neither claim
ms up and
down the East Coast,
rainstorms In California
and a devastating
"Asian Brown Cloud,"
threatens the lives of
millions worldwide with
^ Early tests indicate an
experimentai vaccine to
be 100 percent effective
against the liuman
papiiloma virus tliat
causes cervical cancer.
V University of Ari<ansas ^ For $300 to $1 ,000 per injection,
researchers discover that peopie craving eternal youth
microorganisms grow in attend BOTOX parties to inject
conditions similar to those on the FDA-approved paralytic
Mars, suggesting the planet once toxin into their skin to relax
hosted or currently hosts life. their muscle tissue.
^ General Motors introduces the Hy-wire —
a car powered by hydrogen and oxygen
that emits heat and water rather than
Se World Pholosi E
The nation's largest outbreak of the
West Nile Virus hits in summer 2002.
The disease is spread by migrating birds
and transmitted by mosquitoes.
The gun turret of the historic Civil War
ironclad USS Monitor \s raised from the
floor of the Atlantic Ocean.
^ President Bush orders construction of a
system that would defend the United States
from ballistic missile attacks by 2004.
^ The newly discovered hunger hormone
ghrelin is found to play a role in obesity
by regulating what you eat and how much
weight you gain.
^ The U.S. Education Department reports that
average geography scores of the nation's
fourth and eighth graders, while low, have
improved from 1994.
y Ellula introduces HotAir Speakers,
a set of battery-powered, inflatable
speakers that are small enough to
fit in your pocket when deflated.
A McDonald's unveils new lower-fat trench
fries due to the new Healthy Eating Pyramid
and in response to many former patrons
suing for making them overweight.
^ 1970s peasant shirts are alive and well on
runways and in school halls.
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A The Institute of Medicine
announces that maintaining
health now requires «ne hour
of exercise daily, doubling the
A Jewelry designers Le Ann
Carlson and Denise Gaskill
add style to safety with
Lauren's Hope for a Cure
medical ID bracelets.
A Kmart rejuvenates the
Joe Boxer brand with ads
featuring the dancing Joe
Boxer guy, Vaughn Lowery.
^ Everyone from hot
young movie stars to
aging rock stars sports
the newest fashion
trend, turquoise jewelry.
Theodore Wood/Camera Press/Retna
^ The cola war puts new
flavors to the test,
including Dr. Pepper
Red Fusion, Pepsi Blue
and Vanilla Coke.
V Krispy Kreme lovers
start a new tradition
by celebrating their
vows with doughnut
At the 2002 Academy Awards, Halle Berry
and Denzel Washington win Best Actress
and Best Actor Oscars. Berry is the first
female African-American to win the award.
Spider-Man, starring Tobey Maguire
and Kirsten Dunst, spins a $114 million
opening weekend box-office record.
With over 6 million viewers, "The Osbournes"
is the biggest hit in WlTV's 21 -year history.
Avid gamers tune in to G4, the first
cable TV channel dedicated solely
to video games.
Viewers return week after week for a bit
of innocent American nostalgia on NBC's
hit drama "American Dreams."
Hermione are back to
hitting the books and '
battling evil forces in
Harry Potter and the
Chamber of Secrets.
The Bachelor an
"The Bachelorette" keep
millions tuned in to ABC
to see who will receive an
on-air marriage proposal.
^ PBS's "Sesame St
introduces the IVluppet
Kami, an HIV-infected
orphan, in an effort to
educate young people
worldwide about AIDS.
^ Jennifer Aniston wins Iner
first Emmy Award and a
Golden Globe for her role
as the new mother Rachel
Green on NBC's popular
^ Virtual unknowns Nia
Vardalos and John Corbett
steal America's hearts in the
year's surprise smash hit
My Big Fat Greek Wedding.
^ Peter Jackson receives
a Golden Globe Best
Director nomination for
The Lord of the Rings: The
Two Towers, the year's
most anticipated sequel.
Cynical Simon Cowell and company stir
up big ratings for Fox's "American Idol"
and big record sales for winner Kelly
Clarkson, a waitress from Texas.
. S R T A .
'0-year hiatus, Leonardo DiCaprio
to the big screen with two holiday
blockbusters, Gangs of New /or/rand
Catch f\Ae if You Can.
Chicago, a film adaptation of the hit
Broadway musical, wins three Golden
Globes, including Best Picture: IVIusical or
Comedy, and receives 13 Oscar nominations.
HBO Films' comedy Reai Women Have
Curves promotes positive self-image with
the dazzling debut of Latin-American
actress America Ferrera.
CBS scores a ratings doubleheader with
a pair of forensic investigation dramas,
"GSI: Crime Scene Investigation" and
Newcomer Norah Jones takes home
five Grammys, including Album of
the Year, for Come Away With Me.
^ In October, legendary
hip-hop DJ Jam Master
Jay of Run-DMC Is shot
and killed In a Queens,
New York, music studio.
V After a six-year
romance, No Doubt's
Gwen StefanI marries
Bush's Gavin Rossdale
V Country crossover star Shania
Tw/aln hits No. 1 on the Billboard
albums chart with Up!, a double
CD with every song in both a
pop and country version.
Former Beatles rock legend Paul McCartney
brings In $2 million a night, for a total of
$103 million, on the year's top-grossing tour.
Dallas Cowboy running back Emmitt Smith
breal<s Walter Payton's 16,727-yard marl<
to become the IMFL's all-time leading rusher.
The Detroit Red Wings capture the 2002
NHL Stanley Cup over the Cinderella
Carolina Hurricanes. It's a record ninth
cup for retiring coach Scotty Bowman.
^ Serena and Venus Williams continue to
dominate women's tennis, becoming the
first sisters to be ranked No. 1 and No 2
in the world.
The college football season is marred
by violent confrontations involving fans,
students and even coaches.
MVP Troy Glaus leads the scrappy Anaheim
Angels to the 2002 World Series win over
Barry Bonds and the San Francisco Giants, _,
four games to three.
Kevofk Diansezian/AP/Wide World Photos
Mannie Garcia/Gelly Images
^ Martha Burk of the National
Council of Women's
Organizations battles with
Augusta National chairman
William Johnson over the
issue of female membership at
the famous Georgia golf club.
Terrv Renna/AP/Wide World Photos
^ An 18th place finish in the
NASCAR season finale at
is enough to earn Tony
Stewart his first Winston
Cup Series championship.
Chns Faytok/The Star Ledger/Corbis-Sygma
^ Despite an injured toe,
Shaquille O'Neal powers the
unstoppable Los Angeles
Lakers to a third straight
NBA championship title in
^ LPGA pro Annika Sorenstam, after a
record-setting 13-win 2002 season
worldwide, accepts an invitation to play
the Colonial tournament on the men's
2003 PGA Tour.
The sports world loses two legends —
baseball's "Splendid Splinter" Ted
Williams and Johnny Unitas, one of
football's greatest quarterbacks.
Zacarais IVIoussaoui, widely believed
to be the 20th hijacker, goes on trial
for his involvement in the September 1 1
Martha Stewart faces charges of illegal stock
trading after former Imclone president Sam
Waksal allegedly tips her off regarding the
company's demise. jj^