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CROSSROADS 

1992 




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Table Of Contents 



Our Book 



Year In Review 



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Page 9 






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Clubs & Organizations 




Student Life 





Senior Week & Com 




Faculty & Staff 



Candids 



Senior List 





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Page 220 








Our Book: The Class Of '92 




This year's Yearbook was an unusual project due to a 
few unexpected circumstances surrounding its completion. 
Those circumstances served to make this book all the 
more exceptional. The Class of '92 pulled together by 
sending in pictures, writing the "copy", and offering its 
time and suggestions. Because of this, our Yearbook is 
not the result of the work of a few people but a 
culmination of hard work and effort on the part of the 
entire class. This in our opinion is how every yearbook 
should be. 

Our four years at Curry saw us through many changes, 
together we shared the Gulf War and the crumbling of the Berlin Wall and a major 
recession. Here at Curry we shared the excitement of welcoming Dr. Catherine Ingold as our 
new president. Our class laughed together at Comedy Experiments, parried together at Pub 
Nights, danced together at Spring Fling, and bonded together during Senior Week. Yet most 
important and most memorable was the day -to- day sharing of each other's lives. 

Many people helped make this Yearbook happen: and we thank each and everyone one of 
you. The three of us would like to offer extra special thanks to Kimberly Sweeney whose 
ability to keep calm and maintain a sense of humor amidst frantic phone calls, missing 
photo equipment, and missing yearbook paraphernalia, never went unnoticed and will always 
be remembered and appreciated. Without her help there is no way this Yearbook would have 
been completed. 

We hope this book not only allows us to relive the special memories of our college years 
- but also acts as a lifeline to keep us in touch with all of the many special friends we made 
in a place we once called home . . . 




Good Luck to the Class of '92! 

Enjoy!! 

Sandy Wallace, Katy Pryor, 
Jane Windhorst. 




Dedication 




Rita Myers 



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Dedication; Rita Myers 

In the years to follow after we leave Curry College, we will carry with 
us fond memories of the people and events which made our college years 
great. There are friends and teachers who helped and supported us along 
the way, but there is only one woman who became the official second 
mom to many. 

She was always ready with a smile as students emerged into the 
crowded cafe after a long day. She has put up with the endless headaches 
which come with student complaints, never complaining herself, trying 
only to accommodate and please. 

If someone was sick, she would make sure they headed back to their 
residence hall with plenty of juice, and if a personal problem occurred, 
she had a sturdy shoulder to lean on. Most important was her ability to 
laugh and make others laugh amid long hours, fussy eaters and smoking 
toasters. She is an avid Curry sports fan, often seen cheering on the 
Colonels at football, tennis, Softball and basketball games. 

Of all the things we aspire to be beyond Curry's front gate, she is a 
shining example of some of the most important aspects of life; she is a 
devoted worker, loyal friend and overall caring and loving individual. 
She has recently left Curry, and this was truly a sad day. 

Rita we love you and we'll miss you! 




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Year In Review: World News 





riic Group ot St-vt-n industrial democracies 
(known as G-7) held an economic summit 
that dealt with a wide range of issues- from 
world economic policy to building world 
partnerships to_ international trade. Leaders of 
the G-7 economic summit gathered at the 
Tower of London. From left; France's Presi- 
dent Mittarand, President Bush, Italy's Prime 
Minister Andraotti, EC President Jacques Pa- 
lors, Japan's Prime Minister Kaifu, Britain'.s 
Prime Minister Major, Canada's Prime Minis- 
ter Mulronty, and German Chancellor Kohl 
At right is Field Marshall Sir John Stanicr. 
(onsrable of the Tower. 




Boris Yeltsin 





Independence rally in Lithuania 



During the war in Iraq, Saddam Hussein's forces 
ignited hundreds of oil wells in Kuwait. Smoke 
belched from the torched wells for many months 
afterwards. Satellite photos showed a black -grey 
plume swept south of Kuwait as far south as the 
Arabian Sea- equal to the distance ftom Manhat- 
tan to the tip of Florida. Meanwhile, the invasion 
of Iraq caused destruction estimated to be in the 
hundreds of millions of dollars. Months after the 
American military forces freed Kuwait city, the 
effects of war were still evident. 



Year In Review: U.S. News 




President Bush nominated Clarence Thomas, a 43-year-old conser- 
vative Republican, to replace the retiring Justice Thurgood Marshall on 
the Supreme Court. Nearly three months later he was confirmed by the 
U.S. Senate by a vote of 52 to 48. But, it was a tumultuous confirmation 
process. After a series of public hearings, the Senate Judiciary Commit- 
tee split 7 to 7 on his nomination. Just days before the full Senate was 
to vote some serious allegations of sexual harassment were raised. 
Professor Anita F. Hill, a 35-year-old law professor form the University 
of Oklahoma and former assistant for Thomas at the E.E.O.C, claimed 
she was the victim of sexual harassment while the two worked together 
about ten years earlier. The Senate committee reconvened and heard 
about three days of riveting testimony from Thomas and Hill and a 
group of supporters from both sides. The full Senate then debated the 
issue and voted to confirm the U.S. Appeals court judge to the nation's 
highest court. 





As the school year began in September, 1991, Presi- 
dent George Bush was trying to get his nominees to the 
Supreme Court (Clarence Thomas) and the Central 
Intelligence Agency (Robert Gates) successfully 
through the confirmation process. But two of his major 
tasks were peace in the Middle East and a lingering 
recession at home in the United States. And with a 
presidential election around the corner, the president 
was putting together his re-election team. 




After nearly seven years as a hostage, Terry 
Anderson was released on December 4, 1991. 
Anderson spent 2,455 days as a hostage in Leba- 
non making him the longest held American hos- 
tage. He is shown here arriving in Weisbaden, 
Germany being greeted by his sister, Peggy Shay. 



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When she began skating at age 6, it was obvious that Nancy Kerrigan 
was a "natural ". This past February the twenty-two year old from Stone- 
ham, MA, competed in the Winter Olympic Games in Albertville, France. 
The emotions surrounding the competition were heightened by the fact 
that her mother, who is legally blind, was watching her daughter's graceful 
moves from no more than five inches away from a t.v. monitor. Despite 
some problems in her long program, Kerrigan's grace, strength, and beauty 
came together and she skated on to a Bronze Medal. 




Magic Johnson, the famed Los Angeles Lakers basketball star, an- 
nounced he was infected with the HIV virus that causes AIDS. Johnson 
made his announcement to a stunned press conference in Los Angeles. 



Michael Jordan flew through the air with the greatest of ease. The 28- 
year-old basketball star of the Chicago Bulls led his team to the NBA 
championship in 1991. In this photo, he drives up the lane for a finger roll 
lay-up during a game with the Houston Rockets. 



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Year In Review: 
Musical Moments 



As the school year began, Guns N' Roses' new 
album, "Use Your Illusion", hit the stores. The two- 
album set sold a million in no time. It was the 
group's first album in three years and, from what the 
critics said, it was worth waiting for. It hit the top of 
the charts the first week out. 





Country superstar Bonnie Rait swept to the top of 
the charts in early September with her hit album 
"Luck of the Draw". She is pictured here greeting 
her fans at a recent concert. 




Talk about being around for a long time. The Grateful 
Dead has been making hits and great music for twenty-six 
years. Guitarist Jerry Garcia and his group have been roaming 



born. The San Francisco -based group was formed in 1%5 at 
the height of the city's psychedelic countercultural move- 



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The Biggest Movie Releases 

of The 1991-1992 School Year. 

fin No Particular Order) 

1) Wayne's World 

2) Basic Instinct 

3) Hook 

4) Bugsy 

5) Fried Green Tomatoes 

6) The Addams Family 

7) The Last Boyscout 

8) JFK 

9) Star Trek VI 

10) Beethoven 

11) Cape Fear 

12) Prince of Tides 

13) Beauty and The Beast 

14) The Commitments 

15) Doc Hollywood 

16) The Fisher King 

17) My Cousin Vinny 

18) Father of The Bride 

19) The Hand That Rocks The Cradle 

20) Little Man Tate 

21) Grand Canyon 

22) Medicine Man 

23) Other People's Money 

24) Frankie and Johnny 

25) My Girl 





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1. Good Vibrations Marky Mark 

2. Emotions Mariah Carey 

3. Do Anything Natural Selection 

4. Love of a Lifetime Firehouse 

5. Romantic Karyn White 

6. Something to Talk About Bonnie Rait 

7. Motownphilly Boyz II Men 

8. Hole Hearted Extreme 

9. Shiny Happy People R.E.M. 

10. (Everything I Do) 

I Do For You Bryan Adams 



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New President 
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Curry College Names New President 

Catherine W. Ingold has been named as the first 
woman president of Curry College. Dr. Ingold, 42, 
succeeds Dr. William L. Boyle, Jr., who last 
February announced his retirement, effective 
December 31. She was chosen following an 
exhaustive search guided by a committee 
representing all major segments of the College 
community. The Board of Trustees unanimously 
elected her to her new post at its December 9 
meeting. She took office as the College's 13th 
president in mid -March. 

In taking the Curry post. Dr. Ingold left the 
presidency of The American University of Paris, an 
institution built on the U.S. educational model and 
serving some 900 students. 

Prior to assuming the presidency of AUP, Dr. 
Ingold served in a number of posts of increasing 
responsibility at Gallaudet University, an institution 
for deaf students. 

Dr. Ingold holds a bachelor's degree in french 
from HoUins College. She received a master's 
degree in romance linguistics, and a Doctorate in 
French in 1979, both from University of Virginia. A 
Phi Beta Kappa scholar of French Literature, Dr. 
Ingold served from 1989-91 as a Fulbright 
Fellowship Reader in literature and linguistics. Her 
languages include French, German, and Spanish, 
and she is fluent in American Sign Language. 






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SPORTS 




Women's Soccer 




Women's Soccer 

The season began August 23, 1991, on a muggy Wednesday afternoon. 
Players gathered in Milton Hall with all of their belongings, soccer gear 
mandatory! The first evening was spent meeting the new prospects and 
catching up with the returning players. It was the last and only night of 
being pain free. Then the adventure began at 7:00 am Thursday morning. 
First breakfast and then to the training room, followed by the daily two 
mile jog at eight sharp. It appeared from the onset that the Curry Women's 
Soccer team would have a successful season, but there was work to be 
done; there always is. 

Pre-season consists of two very grueling weeks of physical activity. 
There are three sessions a day, each two hours long, sometimes longer. It is 
two weeks of sore muscles and aching feet. Two weeks of sprinting until 
we couldn't possibly sprint another inch. By the end of two weeks there are 
22 women who have been whipped into shape and ready to take on any 
opponent. It is usually a very exciting time, because the team record is 
clean; no defeats. It looked to be a year of more victories that defeats, and 
indeed, the 1992 season brought many victories, ten to be exact including 
the Commonwealth Coast Conference Championship. However with these 
ten victories also came ten defeats, keeping the '92 team from any post 
season tournaments. 

In the end, the team was left feeling that we could have done better, 
feeling that we had fallen short of our goals. And we probably could have 
done better. But beyond the treacherous pre-season sessions, beyond the 
victories as well as defeats, there was a great sense of camaraderie amongst 
the '92 team. The disappointment could not overshadow the wonderful 
feeling of belonging within this team. A team where every individual 
shared the same goals, the same victories and the same defeats. There was 
such an incredible sense of being part of a family. For all of us who played 
together in 1992, it is a time we will always hold dear. Some of the 
friendships will last a lifetime, and the memories will keep us smiling for a 
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1991 


Women's Soccer 




NO. 


NAME 


POSITION 


2 


Andrea "Sugar" Zeigler 


MF 


3 


Toni Ouellette 


F 


4 


Kelley Lawlor 


B 


6 


Mary Ellen Kennedy 


B 


7 


Rachel "The Queen" Rede 


ingMF 


8 


Sheila Hanson 


MF 


9 


Jen Hodge 


F 


10 


Nancy Colson 


F 


11 


Becca Johnson 


B 


13 


Michelle Paradise 


B 


15 


Danielle Jezyk 


F 


18 


Michaele Davis 


B 


19 


Jean Whitney 


B 


20 


Michelle MoUoy 


B 


21 


Liz Paterson 


B 


22 


Heather Elliott 


B/GK 


23 


Kim Hamilton 


B 


24 


Melanie Ritter 


F 


25 


Pam Taylor 


MF 


27 


Kim Petrone 


F 




Kristin Banks 


GK 


Head Coach: G.T. Wright 




Assistant Coach: Petra Farias 





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Men's Soccer 




1991 Men's Soccer 




NO. 


NAME 


POSITION 


9 


Carlos Arroyo 


Forward 


7 


Mattew Belcastro* 


Midfield 


13 


Sean Carr 


Defense 


25 


Chris Castelli 


Midfield 


24 


Edward Cray 


Defense 


23 


Benedict Dobbs 


Midfield 


15 


Chris Donohoe 


Defense 


21 


Pat Donohoe 


Forward 


1 


Adam Fernandes 


Goalie 


8 


Phillip Keddy 


Defense 


12 


Timothy Kelley 


Midfield 


4 


Robert Lubas 


Goalie 


10 


John Nugent 


Goalie 


20 


Mark Pavano 


Forward 


18 


Sean Quinn* 


Defense 


22 


David Rivers 


Midfield 


6 


Jeff Scammell 


Midfield 


19 


Jared Sturner 


Midfield 


17 


Michael Wein 


Forward 


5 


Keith Wescheler 


Defense 


♦Cap 


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Curry College Mens Soccer 1991 

The Colonels started off last season in a positive manner, after going 2-0 in pre -season. They defeated nationally ranked Massassoitte Community College 1-0, and then Dean Ju- 
nior College 2-0. Things looked good for the Colonels until they dropped their season opener 3-1 to Roger Williams College in overtime. The Colonels scored early in the game and 
it looked like they were on their way to another victory, but then in the second half they looked like a totally different team, and the overtime period was all Roger Williams. Coach 
Vasiliadis had this to say about the game, "we had them early but we just could not keep the fast paced tempo of play. That is something we are going to improve on if we want to 
be contenders for the Commonwealth Coast Conference Championship." After the heartbreaking loss to Roger Williams College the Colonels lost 6 straight to some worthy oppo- 
nents such as Tufts University, Brandeis University, and the U.S. Coast Guard Academy. The Colonels got their first win of the season on September 21. by beating Anna Maria Col- 
lege 3-0. The Colonels were back on track and playing quite well. Their next game was against Stonehill College a division 11 power. Never the less the Colonels did not seem to care, 
although Stonehill got an early one goal lead, the Colonels came back to get three of their own and with six minutes to play in regulation they found themselves beating Stonehill 3- 
1. Then at the 80 minute mark in the game Stonehill came within one, and then with twenty seconds left in regulation they tied the game. The overtime f>eriod was all Stonehill, and 
they scored 2 goals to beat our Colonels 5-3. Coach Vasiliadis was quoted as saying "we had them beat, but once again overtime killed us. We just do not have as deep a bench as 
they do, and that was what won it for them." 

The Colonels split their last eight games 4 wins and 4 losses. Then came the Commonwealth Coast Ctmference Tournament, the Colonels drew Salve Regina for the first round of 
play. The Colonels were favorites in this game, but came up short once again and lost the game 2-0. The season closer was against Nichols College, the battered Colonels lost that 
one 3-1. When asked about the season Coach Vasiliadis said this, 'It was very upsetting to go 5-13. but we really got hurt by injuries Senior Captain Matt Belcastro was out for the 
season with a recurring knee problem, and several other key players had season long injuries as well." 

Some post season banquet notes: Senior Co -Captains Sean Quinn and Jared Sturner were voted Most Valuable Players, freshman Tim Kelley and Mike Wein were voted Rookies 
of the Year, and David Rivers was voted Most Improved, also senior Sean Quinn and freshman Mike Wein were selected for the Commonwealth Coast Conference All-Star team. 
The Colonels graduated eight seniors and will be looking at a very young team the next couple of years. 





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Football 




1991 


Football 




NO. 


NAME 


POSITION 


1 


Anthony Pepe 


DB 


3 


Keith White 


QB 


7 


Steve Innis 


QB 


8 


Chris Gabriel 


K 


10 


Ori Nichols 


RB 


11 


Bryan Ryder* 


WR 


12 


Erik Darrows 


QB 


24 


Mark Bogan 


RB 


30 


Rob Greene 


FB 


32 


Matt Chase 


FB 


33 


Tony Marag 


DB 


34 


David DePiUo 


DB 


36 


Steve Wheeler 


FB 


40 


Stephan Belsanti* 


DB 


41 


Matt DeManche 


DB 


42 


Mike Joyce 


LB 


43 


Chris Rozzi 


RB 


44 


Joel Nucci 


LB 


45 


Tony Karis 


LB 


49 


Alfred Poindexter 


DE 


51 


Rick Hyotte 


NG 


52 


Ted Welch 


C 


54 


Steve McGaughey 


C 


55 


Mike Leselva 


OT 


59 


James Donnelly 


DE 


60 


Greg Morgan 


OT 


61 


Chris Zalinger 


OT 


62 


Scott Bradley 


DT 


63 


Todd Campo* 


OT 


64 


Shamus Mason 


OT 


65 


Alex Ripley 


LB 


70 


Adam Ruff 


NG 


71 


Jason Curry 


OT 


72 


Laird Goolsby 


DT 


75 


Keith Green 


DT 


79 


Kyle Green 


DT 


81 


Tim Meany 


DE 


84 


Ken McComb* 


TE 


86 


Keith Walters 


DT 


88 


Matt Pollack 


TE 


89 


David Chapman 


TE 


90 


Greg Lane 


DT 


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tains 




Head Coach: John "Duffy" Doherty 




Assistant Coaches: John Baker, George Campbell, Peter | 


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Cheerleading 



1991 Cheerleading 


Michelle Perez 


Shannon Carney 


Julie Smith 


Toni Cirelh 


Veronica Soule (Co- 




Captain) 


Maria Duffy 






Melissa Sturtevant 


Kimberly Kisiel 






Amy Sullivan 


Wendy Moore (Co- 




Captain) 


Jessica Walsh 


Donna Morello 


Advisor: Lorna 




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Women's Tennis 






1991 -92 Women's Tennis Schedule 


v. 


DATE 


OPPONENT 


LOCATION 


9/12 


Salem State 


Home 


9/16 


Wentworth 


Home 


9/21-22 


Holyoke College 


Home 


9/24 


Suffolk Univ. 


Home 


9/25 


Salve Regina 


Home 


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Emerson College 


Home 


9/30 


Eastern Nazarene 


Away 


10/2 


Gordon College 


Home 


10/K 


Worcester State 


Away 


10/9 


Emmanuel College 


Home 


10/1 1 


S.M.U. 


Away 


10/15 


Pine Manor College 


Home 


10/16 


Bridgewater State 


Away 


10/22 


Regis College 


Away 


10/23 


Roger Williams 


Home 




Women's Tennis Roster 
1991-92 

BJ. Bailey 
Ashley Blankstein 
Bobbie DiLorenzo 

Cyndi Lennox 
Jennifer Richard 

Karen Schmidt 

Coach Marlene Samuelson 




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1991-92 Women's Basketball 


NO. 


NAME 


POSITION 


20 


Jen Hodge 


F 


21 


Kim Hamilton 


G 


22 


Amy Mercier 


F 


23 


Mary Ellen Kennedy 


G 


25 


Becca Johnson 


G 


30 


Sharon Burnieika 


F 


31 


Jennifer Dondero 


G 


32 


Marybeth Gorman 


F/G 


35 


Pia Corona* 


F 


'Captain 




Head Coach; Richard Kelly 




Assistant Coach: Terri MuUiken 





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Men's Basketball 






1991-92 Men's Basketball 


NO. 


NAME 


POSITION 


10 


Jeff Manning 


C/F 


11 


Tom Walsh» 


G 


14 


Rich Homan 


G 


22 


Brian Neville 


F 


23 


Franco Musto 


G 


24 


Ruben Pierre 


F 


25 


Charles Dlabik 


G 


30 


Salomon Wancier 


F 


32 


Tom Madden 


F 


34 


Ken McComb* 


F 


35 


Sean McBirney 


F 


*Captains 




Head Coach: Jerry Morelli 




Assistant Coach: Peter Kelly 





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Men's Hockey 





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NO. PLAYER 


POSITION 


1 Alex Seifart 


G 


2 Lou Coppola 


LW 


3 Joe McGlynn 


D 


4 Al Santilli 


RW 


5 Vinny Aiello 


LW 


6 Tony Fiore 


LW 


7 Gary Marino 


D 


8 Tim Ewell 


F 


9 Darin Segal 


RW 


10 Bill Dohetty 


D 


11 Sean Delaney 


LW 


12 Charles Aguiar 


C 


14 Milce McGaffigan 


RW 


15 Dana Brown 


D 


16 Dave Muivey 


D 


17 Steve Puleo 


F 


18 Scott Chaplain 


D 


19 Sean Wallace 


D 


20 Michael Yantosca 


RW 


21 Steve Cantwell 


F 


22 Todd Barbato 


C 


23 Tom Murphy 


LW 


24 Scott Shaw 


C 


25 Paul Salera 


D 


26 Steve Smith 


D 


27 Matt Reynolds 


D 


29 Scott English 


G 


30 Scott Mann 


G 


Head Coach: Steve Woods 




Assistant Coaches: Chuck Jancaterino 




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Lacrosse 




1992 Lacrosse 




NO. 


NAMF. 


POSITION 


3 


Keith White 


Defense 


4 


Scott Perrin 


Goalie 


7 


Chris Marino 


Midfield 


8 


Fric Noble 


Midficld 


9 


Gary Thtjmpson 


Midfield 


10 


Mike Laselva 


Goalie 


12 


Mike Wein 


Midfield 


13 


Tim Johnson 


Defense 


M 


Rick Kinj; 


Midficld 


n 


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Alex Ripley 


Defense 


17 


Natahan Kitller 


Offense 


18 


jared Sturner* 


Midficld 


19 


Ted Welch' 


Defense 


21 


Ken McComb' 


Midfield 


23 


Pat Donnelly 


Midfield 


24 


Mario Triay 


Defense 


2^ 


Chris Zalin);er 


Defense 


27 


Peter IXBusscher 


Midfield 


28 


Pete Rouse 


Defense 


29 


Hill U'han 


Midfield 


30 


Darin Segal 


Midfield 


'Capcain 






Head Owch. 


Joe Smith 




AisiMant Owch: Tom Killer 






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Men's Tennis 




1992 Colonel Men's Tennis 

The 1992 Curry College Men's Tennis team, under the direction 
ot new head coach, Archie Henderson, swung their way to yet 
another successful season. 

Returning to the talented Colonel saved were seniors and three 
year varsity letters winners, David Coughlin, Matt Belcastro, and 
1991 MVP Mike Russo. Other members of the team included three 
time Most Valuable Player, Gavin Spittle, junior Bob "Lynx" 
Reardon, and four exceptionally talented freshman stars; Mike 
Gorton, Peter Greenberg, Randy Hauser and Josh Roberts. Also 
competing for the Colonels were senior Morgan Merry and fresh- 
men Josh Roberts. 

In April, the men's team played host for the commonwealth 
coast championships. The team had great success as two year 
captain and three year number 1 singles player, David Coughlin 
won the championships for the colonels. The team volleyed its way 
to a respectable second place. 

The future success of the Colonel netmen will rest on returning 
stars, senior captain, Gavin Spittle, Bob "Lynx" Reardon, and 
sophomore Aces, Mike Gorton, Peter Greenberg, and Randy 
Hauser. 

The men's team served its way to 6 Aces, 4 Double Faults, and 2 
Rain cancellations, to end its fine season. 




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Women's Softball 




1992 Womer 


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NO. 


NAME 


POSITION 


2 


Susan McClure 


P/INF 


6 


Melissa Bak 


OF 


7 


Colleen Horan 


lAF 


9 


Georgette Hawko 


OF 


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Kristen Barcelou* 


INF/OF 


12 


Maureen Hill 


INF 


15 


Mary Catherine Riepe 


OF 


16 


Deanne Spelman* 


P 


18 


Michelle Molloy 


OF 


19 


Karen Yacubian 


C/OF 


20 


Sharon Burnieika 


C 


21 


Katie Keddy 


INF 


♦Captains 






Head Coach 


Bob Kurkjian 




Assistant Coach: James Long 






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Baseball 1992 



1992 Baseball team 



NO. 


NAME 


POSITION 


2 


Jon DeSimone 


2B/SS 


4 


Jason Zeif 


OF 


9 


Mike Rozentsuayg 


P/OF 


11 


Bryan Ryder* 


CF 


12 


Sam AH 


C/P 


16 


Scott Lubin 


P/SS 


17 


Chris Young 


2B 


19 


Keith Cunningham 


P/OF 


20 


Tony Mammola 


DH/OF 


21 


Todd Barbato 


OF 


22 


Scott Pitetti 


3B 


23 


Franco Musto 


IB/C 


24 


David DePillo 


3B/OF 


25 


Steve Innis 


P/SS 


28 


Mark Raymond 


OF/P 


30 


Charlie Dlabik 


2B/SS 


32 


Erik Darrows 


3B/OF 


34 


Mark Bogan 


OF/C 


35 


Matt Deehan 


P 








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Class Of 1995: Freshmen 



As freshmen before arriving at Curry we 
felt a little scared, not knowing anyone. 
However as soon as we came to orientation, 
we were more comfortable with the set up 
of it. They gave us a variety of things to do 
to make our first few days here seem a little 
easier. 

Having things from the comedy stop to 
dances and getting together with groups 
really helped to broaden our expectations 
of Curry. It also gave us the opportunity to 
meet our fellow students, and to get a feel 
for what college is about. 

Elaine Fitzpatrick 

Freshman, 

Vice President 

Holly Bauer 

Freshman Representative 




Class Of 1994: Sophomores 





Junior Year 

CLAC is over, your major is declared and 
now it's time to hit those 300 level courses, or 
maybe an internship or two. College is flying 

by. Good times up ahead . . . you turn 21 ... go to Pub nightSi 

or out to some clubs. 

Maybe you decide to get more involved in activities at Curry, 
but maybe you don't. Either way, you are forced to make some 
decisions. Whether it is childhood slipping away or adulthood 
creeping up on you, it doesn't matter. Junior year is the year to 
get things done and either choose a path to follow, or make your 
own. 

Many of your friends are graduating this year and you're scared 
to think about the real world. What will happen after college? 
Who knows? We will soon find out because senior year is only a 
summer away. 

Troy Watkins 



Class Of 1992: Seniors 



Class of 1992 Class Officers 

President John F. Woik 

Vice President IVIacey A. McNally 

Treasurer Eric Myers 

Secretary Suzin Cunningham 

Representatives Kristen E. Raposo 
Aimee Beth Colgan 
Christopher Dacunto 
Michael J. Ventimiglia 




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1991-92 Our Senior Year 



This is it! Our last year of mixed emotions, a year which goes too 
fast. It is a time to look ahead at life's responsibilities and make 
decisions for our future, as well as a time to look back and reflect 
on the friendship and knowledge we have gained. 

We say good-bye to cafe food and residence hall life, tennis 
courts and speed bumps. We also say good-bye to those who have 
seen us at our worst and liked us anyway, and cheered us on 
through our achievements. Although we probably didn't realize it, 
we've started growing up. 

As we don black caps and gowns and file down the path in our 
three sided quad, a new door opens. We leave our life of the past 
four years, and say hello to the rest of it . . . 





Seniors 




'Vnastas, Laura J. 

M I.yndc Avenue Hltmcntary F^d. Special Needs 
Melrose, MA 02176 l-;nj;lish 

Thanks Mom and Dad. and all the friends I met 
ilong the way- 



Barbato, Todd Joseph 

Wl liast Street Hk-mentary Hducaticin 

I'dxbiiro. MA OiO^*) Concentration in Special 

Needs, l'nj;lisli 

Hockey and Baseball 

Thanks Mom and Dad lor giving me a chance and 
believing in me. Thanks Paul, and Scott. To my 
friends- appreciate it!! Times together are gone to- 
day, but the thoughts we have are here to stay. 



Barcelou, Kristin Ann 

')'! lilin Street 
Milton, MA 02186 




Bauer, Jessica 

21 Cliff Street 

Hastinj;.s on Hudson. NY 10706 



Blake, Kristin M. 

^^ Mackintosh Avenue Psycholoj;y and Socioloj;y 
Needliam, MA 02192 Women's Studies 

fiction liditor CAJ, Women's Studies Comm., 
Softball, Curry Theater 

Thank you my family/friends for your never end- 
ing support. It's now time to follow my heart, be true 
to my soul and hold on to what is precious. 



Bourgeois, Paul 

■12 Cheryl I.ane 
Waltham, MA 02n4 



Business Management 
Environmental Studies 



Thank you Mom and Dad I love you! Deb. we 
made it! 



'92 



Seniors 





Briggs, Kenneth W. 

P.O. Box 472 
Teaticket, MA 02536 



Communication 
Sociology 



Brazill, Kelly 

10} West Lavenia Avenue 
Beach Haven Crest, NJ 08008 



Currier Times, WMLN 



Communication 
Public Relations 



Thanks Mom and Dad for making this experience 
possible, and thanks to my friends and boyfriend for 
making these years the best! I love you all!! 



WHDH-TV, Soccer, RA, Program Board, Project 
Share, WMLN, LL, DYC, A.R.C., Silber/Clapprood 
■90 

Few Diamonds, so many leaves. * RJR-88 * 
Pooh-J-Wolves. Just Do It, Teach. Think of the fu- 
ture, our children. 



Brown, Lauren 

51 Academy Avenue Elementary Education 

East Weymouth, MA 02189 Psychology 

RA 91 

"Wo Kelli, we're just Bowling Partners!" Home- 
coming '91- Kimmy P. - Smith House. "About Last 
Night!" - Waterville '92. "SHEILA, HE DIGS ME!" 
BMLW #647. Australia! Thanks Pete!!!!!! 




Butler, Mary E. 

75 Windham Road 
Hyde Park, MA 02136 



Buccini, Bradford R. 

KX) Forest Drive 
Bridgewatcr, MA 02324 



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Seniors 



Campbell, Mary Therese 

145 Palisade Avenue Elementary Education 

Emerson, NJ 07630 Preschool English 

I-M volleyball & Softball, Program Board 90-91, 
Copy Editor/Yearbook -90-91, Yearbook Editor-in- 
Chief-91-92, ARC 91-92, O.A. 91. 

Thanks Mom for all the love and support you have 
given me. I love you! To the "Herd" I love all you 
guys! Thanks for all your love, fularc. 




Cappella, Andrea 

13 Kents Lane 
Hingham, MA 02040 



Business Management 



A. B.C., Essential Skills, Freshman Seminar Inst., 
R.A., S.G.A., Tour Guide, Dean's List, Who's Who 
in American Colleges and Universities. 

"Friends are lost by calling often and calling sel- 
dom." Thanks Ivl, D, and C. 



Carchidi, Christopher J. 

132 Samuel Avenue 

West Bridgewater, MA 02401 



WMLN Promotions Director 



Communication 
Education 



Thanks for everything Ivl & D. Thanks to all the 
kind BUDS! WBCN, WFNX, WZLX. THE LITE, "THE 
RADIO TRAfvlP" LAUREN "FAITHFULLY", "COOL 
YOUR JETS . . . FEED YOUR LUST FOR LIFE, SEE 
YAAAA!" 




Carney, Shannon 

5 Usher Road 
Medford, MA 02155 



WMLN, Currier Times, Milton Cable, Cheer, O.A. 

Tommy, I love you always and forever! 10- 1-88 
Kelly- Best Friends 4-lifel You're the best!! Thank 
you l^om, Dad, Kristen, and Jennifer I love you all! 



Catanzarite, Marc T. 

10 Lincoln Avenue 
Barrington. RI 02806 



'92 



Colgan, Aimee Beth 

3 Linwood Lane Communication 

Fort Salonga, NY 11768 

Proj. Share, Prog. Bd., AERho, J. Bd., Diversity, 
S.A.M., S.G.A., A.R.C., O.A., Pulse, WMLN, PAL 

Keep smilin', keep shinin', knowing you can al- 
ways count on me, for sure, That's what friends < 
for. I'm only a phone call away! -Love ABC 




Seniors 





Cunningham, Suzin L. 

29 West Colonial Road 
Wilbraham, MA 01095 



Communication 



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Corona, Pia 

2565 Main Street Education 

Rocky Hill, CT 06067 Psychology and English 

Basketball 

B-ball 35; 227. Beeks, always special: Thanks BR 
and especially Mom and Dad. "Let it be forever, 
never let it end . . . Let's keep it together. " 



Coughlin, David F. 

42 Old Colony Road 
Wellesley Hills, MA 02181 



Communication 
English 



Tennis Capt., Chamber Chorale, Alexander Gra- 
ham Bell Honor Society, Dean's List 

"If you want to succeed you should strike out on 
new paths rather than travel the worn paths of ac- 
cepted success. " 

-John D. Eisenhower 



Friends: Thanks for the f^emories 

Mom, Dad, Paul, and Peter- I could have never 
made it without all your love and support. Thank 
you! 





Dator, Rebecca 

H Olncy Road 
Mahwah, NJ 07430 



Psychology 

English 



Horseback riding, Relaxing & being w/ friends 

Dad and Mom, thank you for all your support, I 
love you. Friends from 65 Loring and Chris, you're a 
part of me. Peace, love and happiness. 



DeMichaelis, Kevin David 

24 Canterbury Road Politics and History 

Woburn, MA 01801 

IM Hockey Champs '89, '91, '92, IM Softball 
Champs '90, '91, IM Hoops Champs '91 

Best-Mike, Ted, Nelly, CC, TC. KW, KK, KS. CR 

Smilty, Mo, Kell. Lil' D, All others- Thanks! FLA '92 
WOW! Hlfd '9 1, '92. Mom. Dad, John, Mark. Sue- 1 
Love You! Good luck to all 



DeSimone, Denise Anne 

389 Mountain Road Psycholog' 

West Hartford, CT 06107 Sociolog 

R.A., A.R.C., A. B.C., Freshman Seminar Teachci 
Project Share. 

They say the friends you make in college ai 
friends you have for LIFE- I LOVE YOU ALL GUYi 
Thanks Mom. Dad, Jon, Bren, and Pogo 



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Seniors 





Dellacona, Danielle 

52 Slocum Street Business Management 

Forest Hills, NY 11375 Applied Computers 

Project Share, Business Club, O.A. 

One day, sometimes if you feel ttie pain, you'll find 
you're all alone everything ctianged. Play the game, 
you know you can't quit until it's won. 



Donohoe, Christopher John 

Anthony Wayne Road Business Management 
Morristown, NJ 07960 Communication 

Soccer 1-4, R.A., Business Club 

Pre-Season '88, Montreal '90, "The Herd", 
Thanks to all the friends I've made. Ivlaureen, I love 
you. A special thanks to l^om and Dad for every- 
thing. 



Donohoe, Patrick M. 

36 Morton Street 
Abington, MA 02351 




Dorson, Robert J. 

45 Crestview Road 
Manchester, NH 03104 



'92 



Dworman, Scott 

174 Prospect Street 
Framingham, MA 01701 



WMLN, Curr. Times, The Little Theater, Alexan- 
der Graham Bell Honor Society, Who's Who Among 
Students in American Colleges and Universities. 

PAL, the faculty and staff made a difference; 
THANKS!! h/lost of alt, I thank my family for all of 
their support over the years: THANK YOU! 



Erikson, Gail Sigrid 

10 Stone Ridge Drive 
Fast Greenwich, RI 02818 



Preschool Education 
Spanish 



Interntl. Club, Proj. Share, Diversity Council, Pro- 
gram Board 



Who is watching the world Who is changing the 
balance of power Who is watching the world Are 
building a future or just standing? 



7 the 
e we I 




Seniors 





Erlandson, Sarah 

5 Jacobs Road 
Norwood, MA 02062 



Exelbert, Ethan A. 

240 Central Park Square 
New York, NY 10019 



Communication 
English 



Elementary Education 

Concentration in 

Moderate 

Special Needs 

English 



To my friends and family, especially fvlOlvl, Brian, 
and Packy: Thanks for the support, I couldn't have 
succeeded without you I LOVE YOU ALL! 



Asst. operations director/ traffic coordinator, op- 
erations director, program manager WMLN, Morn- 
ing Show Producer- WBCN-FM, Boston. 

"And in the end the love you take is equal to the 
love you make. " To my family and friends, I love you 
. . . Peace. 





Fasciana, Christina J. 

8 Stoney Run Elementary Education 

Marion. MA 02738 Communication 



Class Treasurer 1-2, 
A R.C. 2, 3, 4, 



Orientation Staff 2, 3, 4, 



To know Is nothing at all, to imagine is everything. 

-Anatole France 



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Favata, Michelle Lynne 

114 Orchard Street Communication 

Millis, MA 02054 Concentration in Public 

Relations/Business Mgt 

Working 2 or 3 jobs at any given time. I hang out 
with my friends -boyfriend in my spare time/play 
pool- be scholarly/ Business Club & Alexander Gra- 
ham Bell Honor Society 

"... Some try to tell me thoughts they cannot 
defend. Just what you want to be. You will be in the 
End . . . ■■ 

-Moody Blues 



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Seniors 




Foley, Matthew 

109 Walnut Street 
Natick, MA 01760 



Freeman, Duncan 

55-53 Delano Road 
Metamora, MI 48455 



Gaither, Philip G. 

135 Forest Street 
Wellesley, MA 02181 




Gajowski, Carrie 

RFD #1, Box 304 
Dresden, ME 04342 



Psychology 
Sociology 



In the province of the mind, what one believes to 
be true either is true or becomes true. 



Garcelon, Karen Sue 

167 Aspen Road Elementary Education 

Swampscott, MA 01907 Psychology 

Mom, Dad, Paul, and Vines- 1 love you very much. 
Thanks to all my closest friends- Meagan, Kara, MC, 
Donna, Matthew, Tasha, Amanda, Tiffany, and Ma- 
laika. 



'92 



Giacobozzi, Deborah 

84 Commercial Street Business Management 

Weymouth, MA 02188 Computer Science 

Hey, sweetie, we made it! Love you! Don't forget 
October 10th! 



Seniors 




Cjreene, Robert P. 

1 1 Cahot Street 
Milton, MA 02186 



Grcenman, Barry 

VMM Lake Knoll Drive 
Northbrook. 11. (',(X)62 

Ililltl, Chdir, Radio Station 



Communication 
linglish 



Gold, Gregory 

22 Watchunj; Road 
Short Hills. NJ 07078 



"I've got to be free, free to face the life that's 
ahead of me. " 

-Styx 



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Seniors 




Hanigan, Gregory G. 

23 Park View Terrace 
Duxbury, MA 02332 



Communication 
English 



■89-'92 Rugby, ■90-'92 Rugby Treasurer 

"For my purpose holds" To sail beyond the sun- 
set, and the baths of all the western stars, until I die. 
-Tennison "Ulysses" 



Hanley, Thomas Joseph Jr. 

34 Michele Lane Communication 

Braintree, MA 02184 Business 

Lifeguard, lifting, fitness, golf, tennis & skiing. 

Thank you to the faculty for the years of instruc- 
tion provided to me. I will use my education to the 
best of my ability. College has provided me with 
some good friends for life. These were happy years. 




Hanson, Sheila 

1020 Washington Street Elementary Education 
Whitman, MA 02382 Pre-School Concentration 

Soccer and R.A. 

"Don't let yesterday use up today, " / love you all. 
Thank you for everything- I couldn't have done it 
without you. GOD BLESS. Keep Smiling!! 



Hastings, Mary E. 

93 Tacoma Street 
Hyde Park, MA 02136 



Healy, Christopher 

28 Arlington Avenue 
Caldwell, NJ 07006 

Project Share 



Communication 
Business 




'92 



Remember the times with SG, DS, h/tK and "The 
Ditz". Thanx B & D till later times! "I know it's over 
but I don't know why. " 



Hill, Maureen Theresa 

284 Lincoln Boulevard Elementary Education 
Emerson, NJ 07630 English 

Softball, IM Volleyball, Sup. Ed. Res. Room 

To "The Herd"- The successful one remembers 
yesterday with pride, lives today with enthusiasm, 
and looks to tomorrow with confidence. Thanks 
Mom for everything and Chris for all the memories. 



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Seniors 





Hurley, Rebecca 

243 Promenade Avenue 
Warwick, RI 02886 



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Hugues, Stephen 

79 Harris Avenue 
Hewlett, NY 11557 



Political Science and 
Psychology 



Horan, Colleen Ann 

18 Pawnee Drive Communication 

Arlington, MA 02174 English Writing & Politics 

R.A., Softball, Currier Times, WMLN, Yearbook, 
AERho, A.B.C. 

Mom, Dad, Chris- Thanks for all your love and 
support. I LOVE YOU! Thanks for all the memories- 
The Herd JJ, JS, SF. BO, SD, DT, MSP, I LOVE 
YOU! 



Business Club and Debate Club 

One should shoot for whatever he/she dreams 
because nothing is impossible. If you don't, you may 
regret it for the rest of your life. 




Joyce, Michael W. 

101 Kent Road 
Wilton, Cr 06897 



Jurgens, Anton 

The Old House 
Silchester, NR Reading 
Berkshire, England RG72LU 



Communication 
Business Management 



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Jones, Jeffrey William 

6 Juniper I.ane Philosophy/Politics and 

Madison. CI' 0644} History 

Independent activities of personal choice 

Linda Beth Shapiro 1-89, See you at our wedding! 
Otherwise. Curry: what a long strange trip it's been, 
flow lor reality I'm oulta here' 



Football #42, MVP Defense, Public Relations 
Club, Business Club 

Teddy, Kev, Nelly KW, TC, CC, CR, KS, SB, KM, 
RD, you guys are great. Lucy, you're the best! Mom, 
Dad, and my family, I can't thank you enough, I love 
you all. 



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Seniors 




<eddy, Phillip James 

22 Helen Drive Business Management 

Queensbury, NY 12804 Communication 

Soccer, Baseball, Business Club, Intramurals 

The Soccer House, HRTFD ■'91", "92", MEAN, 
SO, MP, CC, MB, BO: to all at Curry, as Skid Row 
would say, "I'll Remember You" I Love You Mom 
and Dad, Thanks for the opportunity to better 
myself! 



Kelley, Joanne 

200 West Street 
Quincy, MA 02169 



Business Management 
Marketing 



Kelly, Kevin 

157 Breezy Hill Road 
Stamford, CT 06903 




King, Richard (Rick) B. 

4688 Portrait Lane Communication 

Piano, TX 75024 Music 

Lacrosse, R.A., Honors Program, Freshman Semi- 
lar Teacher, High Risk Society VP, Currier Times 
;taff reporter/environmental consultant. 

Dreaming permits each and every one of us to be 
quietly and safely insane every night of our lives. 
- Dr. William C. Dement 



Kramer, Eileen 

6 Blueberry Lane 
Sharon, MA 02067 



Elementary Education 



English 



Success is anything you want it to be. 



'92 



Lean III, William R. 

321 South Main Street Political Science 

Cohasset, MA 02025 Religion, Psych & Soc 

S.G.A., Sailing, Dancing, Reading 

The sun has always been there. It is how we 
choose to experience it that counts. Thanks, M. D, 
S. L, everyone else. 



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Seniors 




Levine, Robert 

63 Fremont Road 

N. Tarrytown, NY 10541 



Communication 



Leon, Dianne Marie 

108 Birch Tree Drive 
Westwood, MA 02090 



Business Management 
Englisli 



Thanks, Mom, Dad, Bobby, Jeanne, Doug, and 
Maureen for all of your support and help throughout 
the years. 



Curry College Radio, Milton Community 
Television 



■■Think Big"- ????? 



Livingston, Margaret M. 

15 Quarry Lane Elementary Education 

Milton, MA 02186 English 

Alexander Graham Bell Honor Society, Who 
Who '92 Exec. Bd: Cunningham Elem. PTO, Mother 
of Siobhan (age 10), Brendan (age 4). 

My friends & teachers at Curry, thank you. En- 
couraging words, thoughtful advice, faith in my abili- 
ties, made the difference. Seniors-bring these quali- 
ties to the world! 




Lyon, Kathleen E. 

16 Pequot Terrace 
Plymouth, MA 02360 



Louis, Gina Paule 

71 Astoria Street 
Mattapan, MA 02126 



Maffei, Marilynn 

78 Chesterfield Street Individually Initiated 

Readville, MA 02137 Maj. Computer Science and 

Fine Arts Business Management 

What lies behind us and what lies before us are 
tiny matters compared to what lies within us. 

-Ralph Waldo Emerson 



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Seniors 




Mager, Alex 

1185 Park Avenue #17K 
' New York, NY 10128 

' Thanks Mom and Dad, Sis and Shanna for your 
support during these grueling four years of college. I 
wish success to my roommate, Pat. Crawls, we'll 
miss you, good luck next year. 



Marino, Christopher 

6 Franklin Street 
Dedham, MA 02026 




Marag, Anthony Theodore 

14 Pauline Street Business Management 

Randolph, MA 02368 Communication 

Football, Baseball, Athletic Committee 

Mom and Dad, thanks for your help and support, I 
Love You. 



Massell, Stephen 

I 12 Page Drive 

\ Red Bank, NJ 07701 



McNally, Macey 

P.O. Box 941 
Newport, NH 03773 



Communication 
F.nglish 




'92 



Who's Who In American Colleges, S.G.A., V.P. 
Class of '92, WMLN News Dir., Honorary Degree 
Comm., Commencement & Sr. Wk. Comm., Switch- 
board Coord., WLVI intern assignment editor. 

The friendships, memories, and experiences I've 
had here are invaluable. Thanks to my special 
friends who helped me along the way. Mom, we did 
it!! 



McQueen, Tasha L. 

65 Loring Street Communication 

Hyde Park, MA 02136 

WMLN 

4 Years at CC. I won't forget the good times. AB, 
AP, MV, KG. MC and others. Keep in touch-CC. The 
time has come. 



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Seniors 




Meader, James 

23 Middle Street, Box 15 
Georgetown, MA 01833 



Communication 
English 



Meyer, Tarra 

37 S. Bayfield Road 
N. Quincy, MA 02171 

Women's Soccer, Intramurals 



Sociology 
English 1 



McCarthy, Mary 

97 Gardner Road 
Quincy, MA 02169 



Thanks for the memories Curry! Couldn't have 1 

made it without H/tum, Dad, and Mud. I Love You \ 

WMLN-FM Music Coordinator, ARC, Curry Family. P.S. Love ya Pautie B. 

Elementary Education Theater, In Stereo, Program Board, OA, Stand-up j 

Moderate Special Needs Comic I 



Thanks for everything Mom and Dad I couldn't Thanks to my Family. Friends, and Mine! I'll get all 

have done it without you! Good luck education ma- "ly papers and smile at the sky, for I know that the 
jors, you've all been great friends. Love ya Paul. hypnotized never lie. Do you? 





Minsky, Gary B. 

2'\m Cedar Swamp Road Business Management 
Brookvillc, NY 11545 



Monahan, Timothy G. 

IV) Walnut Street Communication 

Shrewsbury, MA Political Science/History 

WMLN, Theater, Stand -up Comic, S.G. A., In Ste- 
reo, Soccer, Currier Times 

"Here's to the Herd!" . . . "Timer ready, detonator 
ready" Bill. Thanks Karen. Kim, Mom and Dad (for 
material) It's been the best, stay cool everyone. 
Bye! 



Mulligan, Rosemary Kathleen 

236 Robinson Street Communication 

Milton, MA 02186 

WMLN-FM General Manager, President of Alpha 
Epsilon Rho, ABC, R.A. 

Stick to the tight when you're hardest hit- It's when 
things seem worst that you mustn't quit. Thank you 
Mom and Dad. It's been the best of times. 



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Seniors 




Myers, Eric M. 



Business Management 
Finance Accounting and Applied 

Computing Financial Affairs Nelson III, Allan Augustus 

55 West Selden Stteet Communication 

Mattapan, MA 02126 F.nglish 



S.G.A., Sr. Class Treasurer, Founded Curry Ma- 
cUsers Group, Acad. Aff. Student Rep., Honors 
Prog., Alexander Graham Bell Society. 



Thanks Mom and Dad, Scott, Liz, Andy, 


and Lon. 


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Thanks Mom, Pops, and Sis 



Neville, Brian P. 

2 Old Randolph Street 
Canton, MA 02021 



Noonan, Christopher 

9 Western Avenue Business Management 

No. Fasten, MA 02356 




Nucci, Joel 

6 Monticello Drive 
Fast Lyme, CT 06333 



Nudelman, Brett H. 

43 Indian Hill Road Psychology and Fducation 
Winnetka, IL 60093 



'92 



A. B.C. 90-92, OA 91 

You can do anything you want. If you want it bad 
enough. Thanks for everything Mom, Dad, Joe: I 
couldn't have made it without you! 



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Seniors 




Perrin, Scott D. 

315 Dedham Street 
Newton, MA 02159 



Pascual, Jean Pierre 

Catarata Street #D-13 URB F.L B.A. Marketing 
Renianso, Rio Pierdras P.R. 00926 



O'SuUivan, Brian W. 

40 Brookview Terrace 
Madison, CT 06443 



Communication 
Business 



Program Board 2 yrs., V.P. 1 yr., Rugby 4 yrs., 
Rugby President 2 yrs., S.G.A. 2 yrs., Ex. Board 1 yr., 
Justice 1 yr. 

Thank you for your love and support Mom, Dad, 
and Jeff, I did it!! 




Preskenis, Julie Ann 

70 Garden Parkway 
Norwood, MA 02062 



Pollack, Matt 

7(X) Redwood Lane 
Glcncoe, IL 60022 



Psychology 
Business Management 



Poirier, Jill Marie 

347 North Street 
Windsor Locks. CT 06096 

CC.N.A. 



Nursing 



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Mom. Dad, and Gram ttianks for everylfiing. Dan- 
ny, you're Itie best I love you' MR, BG, SM. RT, CM. 
SS, MV, It's been great 



I'ootball 4 years, Intramural Basketball, Hockey 
and Volleyball 

I'm glad I made it through. Now it's time for some 
fun. Daytona '92. Thanks Mom and Dad for the 
support! 



Curry 



Seniors 




Pryor, Kathryn 

273 Glenbrook Road 
Stamford, CT 06906 



Yearbook, Sub editor Currier Times 

"Good judgment comes from experience, and ex- 
perience comes from bad judgment. " Thanlfs Mom, 
Dad, and family, for everytliing!! I Love You! 
Couldn't have made it v/ittiout Ttie Herd' The memo- 
ries are too many to mention 



Business Management 



Puleo, Stephen 

23 Pearl Street 
Lexington, MA 02173 

Hockey 



Shag, Kal, Jake, Sully I made it- NONOI- Am, 
thanx for making it the best. Thanks Mom and Dad 
and Mike, I love you. 



Quinn, Sean P. 

148 Woodland Street 
Natick, MA 01760 



Business Management 
Communication 




Varsity Soccer 88-91, Capt. 89-91 

Soccer House w/ MP. BO, PK, CC, MB, Get 
Mean. Blue Hills Scorcher, Trips to PSU, for EJ, NO 
Phone? Thanks Mom and Dad for everything. 



Ralls, Michael Joel 

30125 Avenida Ciassica Communication 

Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 90247 Business 

Young Republicans '88, '89, Jr. Class Treasurer Fall 
'90, Curry Surfing Club 4 yrs., IM Volleyball Champs 
3, Power Play Crew 4. 

Santa: Schaef- Dog Let it Ride! Mom . . . Linda 
and Dad (Thanks). Royall Ave.- niceness, ode to 
Jackal, Spring Break '92 (Power Play). What's 
next? 




Raposo, Kristen Erin 

305 Bradley Crns. Road 
Madison, CT 06443 



Politics and History 
Criminology 



'92 



R.A. 3 yrs., A. B.C. 4 yrs., Chairperson 1 yr.. Senior 
Representative. 

Thanks Mom and Dad and Gil for always being 
there! Thanks to GM, KB. AC. KB, KL, CH, CD. MV. 
KB, SL, Becky, you're the best. Shawn, I'll always 
love you. 



Redding, Rachel 

2141 Baird Road 
Penfield, NY 14526 



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Seniors 




Reynolds, Michael 

66 Prospect Avenue 
Norwood, MA 02062 



Reiber, Rebecca 

19 Centre Street 
Dover, MA 020M) 



Visual Arts 
Psychology 



Redman, Kimberly Sue 

911 South Fort Thomas Ave. 
Ft. Thomas, KY 41075 



Business 

Management 

Concentration in 

Marketing 



Much thanks and love to those closest to my 
heart. PC. Roomie, JW. You and me Sis, with much 
love to Mom and Dad. 



R.A. 2-4, A.R.C. Staff 2-4, A.R.C. Business Man- 
ager 4, Program Board 2, 3, Tutor 1-4, Smith Barney 
Intern 4. 




Ross, Tiffany 

10535 Rose Ave. Apt #6 
Los Angeles, CA 90034 



Psycholog) 
Businesi 



Rimkie, Michelle A. 

Parltnont Park, Apt #34 Nursing 

North Billerica. MA 01862 Psychology 



S.G.A., Orientation Assistant, A. B.C., 
C.C.N. A., dorm council, intramurals. 



A.R.C, 



Ritchie, Andrew M. 

RR 4 Box 9150 Business 

Barre, VT 05641 

Rugby Club, WMLN, Currier Times 

"Winning is not everything, but making the effort 
to win is. " 

-Vince Lombardi 



Project Share, Alexander Graham Bell Honor So 
ciety, Aerobics 

Friends are friends forever . . . Thanks Mom am. 
Dad and Matt for your love and support. To the girls 
Never forget our memories God Bless my fellOM 
colleagues. 



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// you have made mistakes . . . there is another 
chance, any moment you choose. "Failure" is not 
the falling down, but the staying down 



Curry 



Seniors 




Russo, Matthew 

50 Flett Road 
Belmont, MA 02178 



Russo, Michael W. 

181 Academy Street Elementary Education 

Poughkeepsie, NY. 12601 Psychology 

Tennis, M.V.P. Jr Yr, Dean's List '89 & fall of '92. 

Thanks Mom and Dad T. for all your hospitality. 
BJ Group kiss, SH Partying, DC tennis talks, 3 ten- 
nis coaches, ED Dept. & Kerri, what can I say, I love 
you S hope to be with you forever & then some. 



Sanders, Amy N. 

1422 Autumn Leaf Road 
Towson, MD 21204 




Santora, David Noel 

Quantuck Bay Lane 
Quiogue, NY 11978 



Communication 
Management 



Power Play Crew 4. IM Volleyball Champs ?>. 

Schaef-dog, Rallzy, best friends, roommates. 
Blurry nights, Stratford St. Never separate. Mom 
and Dad thanks, B.E. -P.R. -CL. -CL- TB. -CW.- 
Royall Ave. Jackal. Power Play, Nyce Times. Mark, 
TWIINS, Holistic Violence, Sticking Together 
Forever. 



Saranovitz, Jill Ellen 

20 Pratt Street 
Lunenburg, MA 01462 




Schaeffler, Brian 

65 Lenox Road 
Summit, NJ 07901 



Business 
Computers 



'92 



Curry Skydiving Club 3-4, Power Play Captain 4 

Ballzy and Santa my kooky roommates I leave 
you guys the world. Marsha, I love you and Kristen 
too. We'ez going pig'n boyez. 



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Seniors 





Scudillo, Kurt 

1307 Hillside Avenue 
Honesdale, PA 18431 



Schmidt, Karen Elizabeth 

3855 Hedgecliff Court Communication 

Alpharetta, GA 30202 Psychology 

R.A., A.B.C., WMLN, Basketball, Theater, Project 
Share, Program Board, OA. 

■'Just kiddin' -Just Kiddin' " Thanks Mom and 
Dad for the free four years and the move to Georgia. 
I still can't remember my address. Thanks TGM and 
Thanks to my friends. 



Shannahan, Jonathan Haley 

105 Newgate Road Communication 

East Granby, CT 06026 Englishii 

Sports Director WMLN -Curry College Radio,' 1 
Co -host Sports Rap, 1 hour live talk show on Milton 1 ' 
Community television. 

So long to the herd!, remember Montreal, NY 
state, Earth Day Mad River Glen; Thank you Mom 
and Dad, and I Love You Dana. 





Sirkin, Tracey 

17 New Taunton Street 
Norton, MA 02766 



Communication 



Simon, Stephen 

16 Woodsorrel Lane 

Hast Northport, NY 11731 



Shur, Steven E. 

3 Ik-lvf>ir Road 
Milton, MA 02186 



Communication 
Music 



WMLN all departments. Battle of the bands 4 yrs. 

GRADUATE. OKAY . . . What's next? "Remem- 
ber, we're only here for a little while and when we 
leave someone will take our place, so DO IT NOWi" 



Hillel President 90-91, Computer Club President 
91-92, WMLN Assistant Promotions Director 91-92, 
A.R.C. Staff 90-92, Alexander Graham Bell Honor 
Society. 

Thanks M and D, Love ya! Joey, if the sun refused 
to shine, I'd still be loving you. 6/ 19/93 The Har- 
ley's waiting. See ya! Don't stop believin'. 



Curry 



^, J. 



Seniors 




Spognardi, Mary S. 

42 Manning Road 
Dedham, MA 02026 



Taylor, Jeffrey A. 

13 Chester Road 

Upper Montclair, NJ 07043 



'92 



Swartz, David J. 

39 Bradey Hill Road 
Newton, MA 02161 



Sociology 
Business 



GG, CC, AD, MM, It's been great. Jamie, Susan, 
Nana, I love you. Mom and Dad, thanks for every- 
thing, and for having confidence in me, I couldn't 
have done it without you. SEE YA EVERYONE!!!!!!! 



Talanian, Bruce R. 

54 Old Farm Road 
Milton, MA 02186 



Business Management 



Tennis, Swimming, Hiking, Bicycling, SIGHT- 
SEEING, and Radio Communications 

To fulfill one's dream is a great accomplishment! 




Theobald, Daniel F. 

1242 N. Lake Shore Drive Apt. 
Chicago, IL 60610 



Project Share, President and Coordinator for the 
Soup Kitchen part of it. Diversity Committee, High 
Risk Society, and Program Board 

Happy Trails to Curry College! You have given a 
lot to me intellectually in terms of education, extra- 
curricular activities and the wonderful science staff 
department. Overall, Curry, you have been a won- 
derful institution for me!! 



Thompson, Penelope M. 

1371 North Valley Road Fine Arts 

Malvern, PA 19355 English 

The artist exists experiencing life to its most hon- 
est reachings touching all in the eternal ways we 
each embrace, hold your petals away from the wind 
and stand into the light, sun worshipper. 



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Seniors 




Tracy, Jeffrey David 

720 Hancock Street 
Abington, MA 02351 



Business Management 
Psychology 



Trainor, Cheryl 

117 Manet Avenue 
Quincy, MA 02169 



Student Art Show '92 



Elementary Education 
Special Education > 
Concentration 



Topjian, Raffi Erik 

16 Idylwilde Road 
Lexington, MA 02173 



Business Management 
Communication 



"The secret of happiness is not in doing what one 
lil<es, but in iil<ing what one has to do. " 



"And forget not that the Earth delights to feel you 
bare feet and the winds long to play with your hair. " 

-Kahlil Gibran i 



Black Belt status in America, Tae-Kwan-Do 
Martial Arts, Hockey, Tennis 

The Final Curtain Just Rang Down After Four Acts 
Played Out at Curry. Good Luck Curry Friends and 
Class of '92. Thanks l^om and Dad. 





Van Der Bosch, Nancy 

737 York Court 
Northbrook, IL 60610 



Ubriaco, Peter 

50 Irving Avenue 
Groton, NY 10520 



Communication 
Music 



Travi, Jacqueline 

3()1 Mt. Blue Street 
Norwcll, MA 02fJ61 



WMl.N-FM Production Director, Musician, Cur- 
ry Theater, Intramurals, Milton Cable. 

Thanks to friends and Emily. Good Luck. 4 Years 
and close to 10000 + miles. Jazz Club (WIvILN) . . . 
The Philzone. Brother Andrew . . . t^ac Lab 
PDIVIG91. lAGTIvlYAF SYIH . . . SPAL88 . . . 
Thanks. JaneA, Marie/^, and JannaO. I love you 
h/lom and Dad 



. Curry 



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Seniors 




Vasta, Joseph 

12 Heritage Road 
Harrington, RI 02806 



Vastola, Meagan Ellen 

Douglas Road Education 

Morristown, NJ 07960 Psychology 

Thanks Mom and Dad. Thanks to all my friends 
who made my years at Curry great. Especially Ka- 
ren. Kara, Malalka, Amanda, Tasha, MC, Tiffany, 
Mandy. 




Ventimiglia, Michael J. 

24 Senate Place 
Larchmont, NY 10538 



President Rugby Club, S.G.A. Senior Rep., R.A., 
A.B.C., ARC. 

Thanks Mom and Dad, Paul, John. Rugby M, J, G, 
B. S, S. 



Verdun, Lisa E. 

149 Swanson Terrace Elementary Education 

Stoughton, MA 02072 Moderate Special Needs 

To my elementary Ed. and my MSN friends: I have 
spent the past four years with you. Thank you. It has 
been great. 



Vines, Geoffrey 

429 First Parish Road 
Scituate, MA 02066 



Communication 



'92 



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Seniors 




Voci, Melissa Ann 

U Arthur Road 

North Easton. MA 02356 




Wheeler, Stephen 
R.R, 2 B<« 2KX; 
St. Croix Falls, Wl 54024 



I 



Wallace, Sandra B. 

40 Round Hill Road Elementary Education 

Wethersfield, CT 06109 Social Studies 

Waldenburg, Caron F. ^.^^^,^3 ^^^ ^,| ^^^ f^^^^j^ ^^o helped to create 

197 Countryside Road Fine Arts/Computer ^,f ^^^ unforgetable memories. 

Graphics 
English 



Newton, MA 02159 



Production Editor of the Curry Arts Journal, OA 

When you wish upon a star, your dreams come 
true . . . To my family, thanl<s for ail your love and 
support!! 



'A child miseducated is a child lost. " 

-John F. Kenned} 




Wilichoski, Rebecca 

56 Old Farm Road 
Boxford, MA 01921 



Windhorst, Jane 

366 Ocean Drive 
Stamford, CT 06902 



Yearbook 



Elementary Educatidi 

English/Preschoiil 

Concentration 



"/ don't remember who met first, all I can remem 
ber is all of us together. " To The Herd, don't g( 
changing. I^om, Dad, and Family, thanks lo' 
everything. 



Curry 



Seniors 




Wolk, John F. 

IIM Old Elm Lane 
Glencoc, IL 60022 



Cinema Studies 
Photography 



President of the Class of 1992, Program Boards 
Comedy/Concert Chairman, President of Curry's 
Musicians Association, Disc -Jockey on WMLN, 
member of In Stereo improv comedy troupe, O.A. 

Curry's students, faculty and staff will never know 
flow much ttiey have meant to me. Thanks for the 
memories. I will truly miss you 



Yirga, Richard 

65 Winterset Lane 
Simsbury, CT 06070 



Yourell, Brendan 

68 Westland Avenue 
West Hartford, CT 06197 



Com 



munication 



WMLN -Sports, MCTV Sports Rap, Unfortunates. 

It's been fun let's do it again sometime. The Herd. 
Four years gone too fast, so much done don't know 
where to begin. See you later if you're lucky. Later 
all 




Yuknat, David 

79-2 Rowland Road 
Old Lyme, CT 06S71 



Zeif, Jason L. 

1 Old House Lane 
Chappaqua, NY 10514 



Business Management 
Politics and History 



'92 



1988-1989- Basketball Manager/Nominated to 
Who's Who, 1988-92- Football Manager/Executive 
Buff Lodge #54, 1988-92 Baseball Manager- 
/player/lst base coach. 

/ will use my Curry Management experience to 
corner the market on ply-wood. Special thanks to 
my friends and family. I love you all. Remember the 
good times. ZPA TROL. 



Zeigler, Andrea 

1449 Millcreek Drive 
Ogden, UT 84404 



-ja 



English/Journalism 



Soccer, B-ball, Features Ed. Currier Times 

Thanks for the memories Koza, Becca. Chuck. 
Rachel. Doug B., Bernie, Women's B-ball teams, all 
the neighbors at Ivlilton Hall and especially thank- 
you Matt W. 



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^ Seniors 



(Late But Not Forgotten) 
I 1 




Louis J. Coppola 

81 Phillips Terrace 
West Haven, CT 06516 
Major: Sociology 
Minor: Policies & History 

\M Volleyball & Softball. Hockey 1-4 What a time it 
has been-AI. Bill. John Fiore. Vince. Gary, thanks for 
all the good times Nelly & Brownie, thanks and 
everyone else I missed-thanks Heather. Tarra. Rosa 
12/5/89: it has been great since. Ivlom & Dad 
thanks for everything. 



Rosa Maria DiStasio 

6 Deerfield Road 

Wilton, CT 06897 

Major: Business Management 

//W Softball & Volleyball 12/5/89-Louie- Thanks for 

the great memories. Cathy. Heather. Dana. At S.. 

Bill. Scully. Nelly. Tarra. Al t\A.. especially Louie. 

didn't matter what we did-whenever we were all 

together it was the best of times! Thank you to my 

father and mother for everything! 



Ma|or: Communications 

Minor: Music 

Activities: WfvlLN. fvlilton Cable. Divided Image 

Band. Chamber Chorale. PAL Russia trip. Englanc 

Semester Abroad Thanks to Dr. Webb. Ned. PAL 

Alan. Dr. Wharton and Grandpa. Good luck to all m} 

Curry friends. 





Joan Marie O'Brien 

170 Honham Road 
rXdham. MA 02026 
Major: Nursing 
I Mimif: Plycholo);y 

I "These were the moments we thought would never 
I end. but as lime goes on we realize these moments 
V become tender memories that will never fade. " 



Victoria Jane Tarlow 

H Victoria I.anc 
Marblchcad, MA (WA"! 

Major: Psychology 

t\Ainor: Sociology and Communication 

■■Our memories of yesterday will last a lifetime. We'll 

take the best, forget the rest and someday we'll find 

that these are the best of times. " -Styx 













Camera 


L Shy Seni 


ors 


Madden, Kevin C 

115 Concord Drive 
Madison. CF 06443 


Roihbaum. Robert K 
787 Winding Way 
River Vale. NJ 07675 














Business Management 










Thanx Dad for everything, 1 Love You! I 


Ruanc, Mary J 


- 






finally did it M<jm, but I miss you alot. 


«)7 Pleasant Street 
Milton. MA 02186 


Abels. Jason A 


Castelli. Christopher John 


Duquci, Bruce W. 


Mammola, Anthony J. 
6 Douglas Road 




|4«)0 SW 74 Court 


P.O, Box 820 


24 Bowker Street 


Russel. Jamei A 
91 Spruce Road 
Reading. MA 01867 


Miami. FL nnS 


Fjst Granby, CT 06026 


Norwcll, MA 02061 


Schcncctadv. NY 12308 


Anasiasi, Margaret 


Business Mgt., Comm, 

Soccer 1-4. Tennis 2. Bus. Club Pre-season 


Business. Psychology SGA, Justice, Bus. 

Club. College fa,r rep, for PAL Thanx Mom Marsiers, Daniel E 


Thctesc 


■88. Montreal 90. 12/17/90 Soccer House 


& Dad & Robin for all your love & support, ^ ^^^^^^^^ ^^^^ 


Ryder. Bryan 

25 Mcadcrs Lane 


84 Rossmore Road 


and all the great friends I've met! Thanx to 


Ditto Joe" To all my goo 


d friends, CARPF ^^.^^^ ^^ ^^HO 


Jamaica Plain. MA 021V) 


Mom & Dad for all the opp(jrtunities you've 


DIFM- Infinity Jennifer, 


Salisbury, MA 01952 




given me! -Chris 




May. Linda B 
32 Lyndon Road 


Arroyo, Carlos 




Edelstein, Andrew 


Scammell, Thomas G. 


li Rodgcrs Road 


Chalmers-Cole, Matthew 


356 Concord Street 


Sharon. MA 02067 


929 Main Street 
Norwcll, MA 02061 


Fairfield. CT 06430 


Qeveland Hill Road 


Haverhill. MA 01830 






Tamworth. NH O3886 




McArdle, Michael A 


Aubin, Julie E 




Faigle, Jeffrey F 


49 Fullers Une 


Schetiino, Kenneth J 

527 Gladstone Road 


71 Squanro Road 


Clay. Scoti D 


1201 Brunswick Ave. 


Milton, MA 02186 


North Weymouth, MA 


17 Winthrop Road 


Trenton. NJ 08638 




Unghorn. PA 19047 


02191 


Wayland. MA 01778 




McComb, Kenneth W 








Feeley, James J 


22 Colby Avenue 


Shea, James F 

27 Wardwell Road 


Augenblick, Harry (Steve) 


Cohen. Alecia J 

5200 Lancelot Lane Drive 


80 Dixwell Ave, 


Rye, NY 10580 


15 B Foxwood Drive 


Quincy, MA 02169 


Omon, MA 02021 


Moms Plains, NJ 07950 


Davie. FL 33331 




McCready. Thomas P 




Business Management 




Finnerty, Kerry Ann 
18 Edgewood Drive 


16 Saunders Road 


Simonds, Ellen 


Bus. Club, P.Bd., Then as it was, then it will 


Comas-Bacardi, Toien 


Norwood. MA 02067 


43 Pine Grove Drive 


be-though the course may change some- 


3 Vanda Street 


Scituate. MA 02066 




Brockton, MA 02401 


times, rivers always teach the sea." 


Los Filtros. Guaynab. PR 




McGaughey. Stephen C 






00657 


Foniaiae, Michelle A 


300 Pine Street 


Sparuk, Tina M 


Baker, Stephanie Ann 




P.O- Box 857 


Holbrook. MA 02343 


485 E. Water Street 


225 F^st Street 
Weymouth, MA 02189 


Condon, Patricia P 

11 Myles Standish Road 


Bridgewater. MA 02324 


Bus Mgt.. Politics & History 
Football & Business Club 


Rockland, MA 02370 


Bazarian. Michelle Ann 


West Roxbury. MA 


Garcia, Juan 


Thanx Curry for an exciting 4 yrs. Love you 


Sturner, Jared L 


525 Oviedo Torrimar 


4-eva Alicia & thank you Mom & Dad for 


1530 North Avenue 


40 Magnolia Drive 
Hastingson Hudson. NY 10706 


Costello Lorraine W 

19 WiUard Street 


Guaynabo. PR 00657 


your support. 


New Rochelle. NY 108CH 


Belcasiro, Maiihew W. 


Dedham. MA 02026 


Geraghty. Linda 


McGreal, Carol 


Sullivan, Sue Ann 




51 Gill Street 


20 Sassamon Avenue 


71 Hillcrest Street 


WOO Ocean Blvd. #15C 
Singif Island. FL Ji404 


Coughlin, Nancy 


Walpole. MA 02081 


Milton. MA 02186 


Waltham. MA 02154 


Business Mgt.. Co mm. 

Soccer. Tennis, Traveling Thanx Franky. Phil, 


6 Marilyn Road 
Milton. MA 02186 


Goldstein, Marc B 
7 Brook Ridge Road 
New Rochelle. NY 10804 


Mclntyre, Joyce 
71 Webster Street 


Swanion, Susan C 
10 Samoset Avenue 


& Pav for our exciting 4 yrs. Remember the 
bar. cottage, granmother's summer house, & 


Cronin, Kathleen 


Whitman, MA 02382 


Quincy. MA 02169 


most of all-each other 

Belsaoii. Stephen P 

36 Kingston Road 


57 S. Main Street 
Raynham. MA 02767 

Crowley, John W 


Green, Kyle A 
122 Wauregan Road 
Canterbury. CT 06331 


Mensch, David M 

15 Judd Place 
Goshen. NY 10924 


Taylor. Heather 

3 Fernwood Avenue 

Rye. NY 10580 

Comm.. English So many great times RD. 


Waltham, MA 02154 


124 Grecnleaf Street 
Quincy. MA 02169 


Gustafson, Eric 

9 Thurlow Street 


Merry, Morgan 
6 Quenton Street 


CN. NW. VT. DB. LC. AS, AM. BD.-DMB 
always keep m touch. I love you! To mom & 


Bligh, Kathleen A 
62 Belcher Circle 


Cullen. Margaret 


Georgetown. MA 01833 


Milton, MA 02186 


Dad -thanx for everything. I love you. 


Milton MA 02186 


21 Quarry Lane 
Milton, MA 02186 


Harris, Debra D 


Molloy. Bernadette 


Travers, Patricia 


Borally, Patrick G 
1612 Seven Oaks 


Cunningham, Charles F 


38 Independence Avenue 
Quincy. MA 02169 


6 Morton Terrace 
Milton. MA 02186 


55 Blue Hill Avenue 
Milton. MA 02186 


Lyndhurst. OH 44124 


14 Albion Street 




Mudoh, Esther M 


Vaughao, Maty P 


Bottari, Nancy 


Hyde Park. MA 02136 


Hunt, Gretchen 
4 BrookdaJe Road 


1855 Washington Street #2F 
Boston. MA 02119 


38 Nancy Road 
Milton. MA 02186 


58 Packard Road 


Dacunto, Christopher J 


Newtonville, MA 02160 






Stoughton. MA 02072 


571 Old Sherman Hill Road 




Murray. Kristen M 


Walters. Keith A 


Rnglish 


Woodbury. CT 06798 


Hurley, Mary Elizabeth 


41 St. Marys Road 


31 Briarcliff Road 


Alex. Graham Bell Honor Society, Peer 




53 Richards Street 


Milton, MA 02186 


Upper Saddle River, NJ 
07458 


Counselor for Nt'l Multiple Sclerosis Society 


DeSilva, Anthony M 


Dedham, MA 02026 




Dreams are like candles. If you let the flame 


23 Fairfield Street 




Napier, William W 


Business Management 


bum out, it will be too dark to see where you 


Acushnet, MA 02743 


Iio, Komei (Johnny) 


330 Antlers Drive 


Football. SGA, Intramural Softball. Basket- 


are going. NAB 




1731 Beacon Street 
Brookline, MA 02146 


Rochester. NY 14618 


ball & Hockey Wings & pper Kenny. Mac 
Pagoda. Zoom. 4 yrs football. The Van, Can- 
ada, Jamaica, Skiing, corn, D. Brown. Louie, 
Joyce. Tony. Kenny, Stumer. Big Al. Steve. 
Bill. Rosa. Heath, Tony Fer. Bobby. JJ. EW. 


Breyer, Geniffer M 


De Zenzo Amie A 




Pavano. Mark M 


158 Tumblebrook Drive 
South Windsor. CT 06074 


23 Blackberry Road 
Trumbull. CT 06611 


Jenks, Virginia 
148 Lincoln Street 


8 Hyacinth Drive 
Nashua. NH 03062 




Bus Mgt , Psych. Soc. 


Hingham. MA 02043 


Bus. Mgt.. Comm, 


Let the good times con t and may we stay 
friends forever. Mom & Dad without you 


Brooks. William J. 


Michelle, Beth & Camy. you are the best 




Soccer 89-92. Soccer House wMEAN. Blue 


44 Perkins Court 


roommates ever! The last 4 years have been 


Johnson. Everett 


Hills Scorcher. UMASS. 2 a night. State Po- 


none of this was possible. Thanks! . . . Peace 


Haverhill, MA 01832 


great. Thanx Mom. Dad. & Bob. 


PO B<jx 411 


lice Busters, Gun Smoke. Rastaman & the 


"Lucky Seven Rides" 


Dederich, Ruth 


Lebanon. NH 03766 


Crew, Thanx Mom & Dad for everything 


Witiaz. Stephanie A 
327 Purchase Street 


Brown. Dana M 


PO. Box 111 


Law, Christopher B 


Petrie, Patricia 


South F.aston. MA 02375 


47 Linwood Street 


Arlington, MA 02174 


6 Oneida Road 


28 Belmont Street 




Abington, MA 02351 


Nursing 


Winchester. NH 01890 


Weymouth. MA 02188 


West, Mary Catherine 
1077 Randolph Avenue 
Milton. MA 02186 


Brown. Francis F 


Dempsey, Nancy M 


Levine. Judd L 


Pulgini. Christine 


18 Masconomo Street 


16 Considine Road 


96 Olde Field Road 


41 Prospect Street 




Manchester. MA 01944 


Newton, MA 02159 


Newton, MA 02159 


Hyde Park. MA 02136 


Yaffe, Gayle D 

57 Cottonwood Drive 


Brownfeld, Jennifer L 


Doheny, William J 


Louis, Gina P 


Querrard. Sherry J 


Stoughton. MA 02072 


6632 North Hillside Drive 


Box 7 RTF 11 


71 Astoria Street 


Fjtaie Barrette #13 


Paradise Valley. AZ 85253 


Newbury. MA 01951 


Mattapan, MA 02126 


St. Thomas. VI 00801 


Zaffuto. Randy S 
3000 River North Pkwy. 


Campo. Todd A 


Donahue, Paula F 


Mac Cuish Edward A 


Rice, James H 


Atlanta, GA 30328 


905 Knollwood Road 


148 First Parish Road 


197 Glenwood Street 


Box 539 




White Plains. NY IO603 


Scituate. MA 02066 


Maiden, MA 02148 


North Hampton. NH 03862 




Carroll. John R 


Duffy. Jessica L 


Maclsaac, Lorraine M 


Rose, Kerry Ann 




18 Loadmg Place Road 


47 Indian Trail 


103 Clapp Street 


90 Pleasant Street 




Manchester. MA 01944 


Whitman. MA 02382 


Milton. MA 02186 


Medfield, MA 02052 





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Andrea Zeigler 



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Ken McComb 



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Student Government Association 



S.G.A. Members (or 1991-92 
Executive Board 
President - 
Vice-President- 
Treasurer- 
Rec. Secretary - 
Cor.Secretary - 
V.P. Programming - 
Class of 1992 
President ■ 
Vice-President- 
Treasurer - 
Secretary - 
Reps. 



Class of 199 'i 
President - 
Vice-President 
Treasurer - 
Secretary - 
Reps. - 



Class of 1994 
President - 
Vice- President - 
Treasurer - 
Secretary - 
Reps. ■ 



Class of 1993 
President - 
Vice-President 
Treasurer - 
Secretary - 
Reps - 



Bill Napier 
Bill Lean 
Hal Halpin 
Brian O'Sullivan 
Michelle Roberts 
Anne Solomon 

John Wolk 
Macey McNally 
Eric Myers 
Suzin Cunningham 
Keith Nelson 
Aimce Colgan 
Kris Raposo 
Chris Dacunto 
Michael Ventimiglia 

Joanie Scuterud 
Coleen Hurley 
Kerry Lachmann 
Alex Mooney 
Mike Culley 
Lucy Williams 
Kris Smith 
Bill Devino 

Anthony Pepe 
Jason Curry 
Lynn Sullivan 
Rene Fijux 
Kim Kisiel 
Bobbi DiLorenzo 
Kara Martin 
Michelle Perez 

Brandon Peck 
Elaine Fitzpatrick 
Nicole Corliss 
Melanie Petront 
Holly Bayer 
Stephanie Cohen 
Joseph Laviviere 
Kimma lohnson 





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CAJ 

Fall 1991 

Editor 

Pamela Grosz 

Associate Editors 



Art 

Fiction 
Non- Fiction 
Poetry 



Caron Waldenburg 

Kris Blake 

Gary Minsky 

Kyra Gemborys 



Production Editor 

Caron Waldenburg 
Staff 



Kim Turcone 
Rebecca Reiber 
Peter Manganiello 
Christine Anderson 
Anne Solomon 



Lynne Sullivan 

Sarah Peterson 

Lauren Tanner 

Michele Rosenberg 



Faculty Advisor 
Ed Meek 



Curry Arts Journal 




"Faces" 
by Caron Waldenburg 




Graphics 1st prize 



Cinamon Rose 

Diamond jars wait 

on an oak shelf. 

Blurring the crimson 

image of wealth. 

Petaled treasure 

of sweet smelling breath; 

enduring grace 

beyond a dry death. 

My cinamon rose 

reminds me of how 

One is remembered 

in parting from now. 

The earth-minty self 

physically seems 

somewhere beyond 

The baby's breath dreams. 

- Kat Caithness- 




iPhotography 1st pn 



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Graphics 2nd prize 



THE PIRATE 

She hides crouched in the comer 

of her life. 

Until the yelling stops and the door slams. 

She can feel her blood 

running down her forehead. 

As it drips on the white tile floor 

she watches the cracks fill 

with the warm stream of her existence. 

Her throat raw from screams 

and eyes parched, a smile is quick 

to her lips and then disappears 

glad to have survived 

one more night. 

Up from the comer she grabs the stove 

to stop the whirlpool 

inside her. 

Into the hall that seems 

like a never ending tunnel. 

she checks to see if her kids are all right. 

Her daughter cries into her blue pillow 

now soaked with fear... 

her ragged hear the only protection 

against the pirate that lives in her house. 

His harsh voice his sword 

and liquor the patch that covers his eye. 

Mom always the one who felt 

the violent while-water waves 

slam against her. 

The ebb now slowed 

as a clear blue stream 

of calm surrounds the two 

until the next lime he comes home. 

IVlichele Rosenberg 







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Spring 1992 




Editor in 


Chief 


Production Editor 


Pamela J 


Grosz 


Caron F. 


Waldenburg 




Associate Editors 




Art 




Caron Waldenburg 


Fiction 






Kris Blake 


Non- Fiction 






Alex Taggard 


Poetry 






Kyra Gemborys 


Photography 




Staff 


Kim Turcone 


Peter Manganiello 




Rebecca Reiber 


Christine And 


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Lynne Sullivan 


Michele Rosenburg 




Sarah Peterson 


Brett Nudelman 




Lauren Tanner 




Faculty Advisor 








Ed Meei< 





Commuter Club 





The Currier Times, tiie college's bi-weekly newspaper kept 
the campus informed as to the news and happenings which took 
place over the school year. With Emily Siegfried at the helm as 
the always dedicated Editor in Chief, the Times had a successful 
year reporting on such topics as the Presidential search which 
led up to welcoming the new President, Catherine Ingold. The 
Times was also there when WMLN became the only station in 
the Boston area to acquire the rights to 'War of the Worlds' in 
October. 

But the paper was not limited to campus news. Heated 
editorials concerning problems on campus usually prompted 
just as heated rebuttals. There was also an abundance of sports 
information from recent sporting events, Features highlighted 
special people and groups, and Arts and Entertainment had the 
latest film and band reviews. 

The Times was a fun place to work this year, despite .^:00 am 
layout nights and the hassles of deadlines which seemed forever 
to be hanging every reporter and editor's head. It was a close 
knit family especially with the help of our wacky, easygoing 
advisor Marcy Kornriech who gave us constructive criticism, 
support and a lot of praise and advice. 

The Currier Times has cejme a long way since its return in 
1989, and with the past year's work as evidence, it should 
continue to be a popular and fun organization within Curry's 
borders. 




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Alcohol Beverage Committee (ABC) 



Commuter Club 



Program Board Alumni Recreation Center Staff (ARC) 



Student Government Association (SGA) 



Curry Theatre 



Currier Times 



Blacl< Student Union 



Project Share 





INVOLVED 



Curry College Nursing Association Alpha Epsilon Rho Yearbook 



Society for the Advancement of Management Dart Club 



Karate Club Interfaith Council Curry Musicians Societ/ 



*For more information contact the Office of Student Activities, Hafer 201** 



Project Share 




Look at the Good Things They Do 

Father Bill's Place 
Long Island Shelter 
Dorchester Youth Collaborative 
Spoon Decorating Project 
Milton Council on Aging 
Sock Drive for the Homeless 
Hyde Park Youth Project 
Walk for Hunger 
Soap Drive 
Mason School 



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Joan O'Brien-President 
Wendy Moore -Vice President 
Kerry Rose -Secretary 
Mary Hurley-Treasurer 



High Risk Society 





Black Student Union (B.S.U.) 




Curry Musicians Society 




John Wolk-President 
Joe Harty-Vice President 
Peter Kendall -Secretary 
Peter Ubriaco -Treasurer 




Alpha Epsilon Rho 
(AeRho) 



Rosemary Mulligan-President 

Gavin Spittle-Vice Ptesident 

Chuck Nilosek-Treasurer 

Anthony Pepe- Secretary 

Members: 

Peter Goldstein, Coleen Horan, Kim Kisiel, Jonathan Shannahan, Todd Travers, Michael Wood 



Karate Club 



Harry (Chip) Wells-President 

Peter Kendall -Vice President 

Merrill Ecker-Treasurer 

Members: 

Fumiko Ryoki, Marc Guttman, Carrie Gajowski, John Sierra, Dan Tannebaum, Brian Power, Setor Awunyo, Bob Lubas, Josh Roberts, Scott Davenport, 

Douglas MoUio, Kat Caithness 



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Lauren Tanner-Vice President 
Scott Israel-Treasurer 
Secretary 




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1991-92 Directory 

Anne Solomon 
Jimmie Meader 
Samantha Chauvier 
Kathy Grimley 
Lynne Sullivan 
John Wolk 
Scott Davenport 
Lauren Tanner 
Bonnie Janowiec 
Tracey Sirkin 
Gail Erickson 
Stacey Watkins 
Ashley Blankstein 
Bobbie DiLorenzo 
Alissa Hirsch 
Julie Vermette 
Patty Doherty 
Rene Fijux 
Peter F. Troiano, adv 





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1991-92 

Kris Raposo, Chairperson 

Edrick Deery, Chairperson 

Andrea Cappella • • • John Carney 

Denise DeSimone • • • Bobbie 

DiLorenzo 

Kathie Grimley • • • Pamela Grosz 

Tammy Hoel • • • Colleen Horan 

Rick Hyotte • • • Scott Israel 

Kara Martin • • • Macey McNally 

Greg Morgan • • • Brett Nudelman 

Karen Schmidt • • • Erika Shapiro 

Anne Stevens 




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1991-92 


Christine Anderson 


Bonnie Janowiec 


Mary Therese 




Campbell 


Jimmie Meader 


Ed rick Decry 


Kimberley Redman*** 


Denise DeSimone 


Rob Schneck 


Bobbie DiLorenzo 


Tracey Sirkin 


Christina Fasciana 


Anne Solomon 


Rene Fijux 


Lynne Sullivan 


Kathy Grimley 


J. David Young 


Cheryl Hatfield 


Randy Zaffuto 


Jennifer Hinds 


***Business Manager 



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Residence Life Staff 





Kenneth Briggs 
Lauren Brown 
Denise DeSimone 
Robert Dioguardi 
Charles DIabik 
Chris Donohoe 
Justin Eves 
Michael Geaney 
Sheila Hanson 
Jennifer Hinds 
Colleen Horan 
Coleen Hurley 
Richard King 
Cynthia Lennox 



Residence Life Staff 
1991-92 

Gary Marino 



Wendy Moore 
Rosemary Mulligan 
Charles Nilosek 
Marc Nordstrom 
Michelle Perez 
Kristen Raposo 
Kimberley Redman 
Kenneth Schettino 
Karen Schmidt 
Justin Skeels 
Veronica Soule 
Gavin Spittle 
J. David Young 



Shannon Logan 

Hall Becky Bouchard, Lori Layman, 

Directors: Lisa McKee, Maggie Contreras 




Curry Theatre 




Curry Theatre 

by 
James Meader 

The 1991-92 season of the Curry Theatre was an unprece- 
dented year in the hearts and minds of all involved. Not only 
was this the first year that featured three different productions, it 
was also the year that gave the students a chance to show off 
more than just their acting abilities. 

The season opened with the COMEDY CREW which was 
masterminded by guest director, Martin Anderson. This pro- 
duction was written and performed by the students. In March 
we saw a wfjnderful adaptation of Alan Ayckbourn's tragi- 
comedy, WOMAN IN MIND directed by D-L Garren. Finally 
in May we found ourselves with an evening of substance and 
humor with the production of QUICKIES. This featured a series 
of ten -minute one act plays each one being directed, for the first 
time, by a Curry Theatre student. 

This season also saw the advent of the Theatre Board which 
consisted of upper -classmen students to be involved in the 
decision making process as well as running the ins and outs of a 
production. Overall the 91-92 season was felt by many to be the 
best season ever at Curry Theatre. 




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STUDENT 
LIFE 





Orientation 





As a freshman before arriving at Curry we 
felt a little scared, not knowing anyone. How- 
ever as soon as we came to orientation we 
were more comfortable with the set up of it. 
They gave us a variety of things to do to make 
our first few days here seem a little easier. 

Having things from the Comedy Stop to 
dances and getting together with groups really 
helped to broaden our expectations of Curry. 
It also gave us the opportunity to meet our 
fellow students and also to give us a feel of 
what college life is about. 





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Homecoming 




Halloween 








Hallouieen Cafe Party 

0ctober31. 1991 



Best Costume: Maura Melchionno 



Scariest: Colleen Horan 



Funniest: Jimmie Header 




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spring Fling 




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SPRING FLING 
GAMES... 

Wednesday, April 22, 1992 

COMEDY CONCERT 

DAVID SPADE OF "SATURDAY NIGHT 

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1992 Spring Break Caribbean Cruise 

Twenty-one of Curry's most adventurous souls took to the high seas for 
the annual senior class sponsored spring break get-a-way. This year's 
destination was the Caribbean aboard the S.S. Brittanis a cruise ship 
operated by Fantasy Cruise Lines. Although based in Greece, the Brittanis 
was actually built right near Curry at Bethlehenn Steel in nearby Quincy, 
Massachusetts. It was also the only cruise ship in the world willing to take 
on the challenge of accomodating a college group. Our journey originated 
in Miami and took us from there to several exotic ports of call such as Key 
West, Playa Del Carmen, Cozumel and Nassau before returning to Miami a 
week later. The sun was hot and the drinks were cold, but even colder still 
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Awards Night 




Dean Cecil Rose- Scholarship ■ Sara Robert C. Smith Memorial Scholarship 
KIcsh Charles Nilosek 



Outstanding Achievement in Student Leadership Award - John 
Wolk 



Awards Night 





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Theatre Arts Award: Best Actor - Timothy Monahan 



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1992 Yearbook Dedication - Rita Myers 




Curry College Awards Night 
May 5, 1992 



ACADEMIC A WARDS 
Advanced Studies Program Award 



Arts Journal Awards 

Poetry 1st prize 

Poetry 2nd prize 

Poetry Honorable Mention 

Fiaion 1st prize 

Fiction 2nd prize 

Nonfiction 1st prize 

Nonfiction 2nd prize 

Photography 1st prize 

Photography 2nd prize 

Graphics 1st prize 

Graphics 2nd prize 

Art 1st prize 

Art 2nd prize 
Broadcasting Awards 

Manager 

Outstanding Senior 
Business Management Awards 

Wall Street Journal Award 
Accounting Achievement Award 
Communication Awards 

Education Awards 

Excellence in Education Award 
Education Community Award 

English and Poetry Award 

Field Experience Achievement Award 

Fine and Applied Arts Awards 

U.S. Achievement Academy Awards 

Journalism Award 

Justice Education Program Award 

Nursing Awards 

R.N. Award 

Senior Award 

Ethel Trafton Award 

U.S. Army Achievement Award 
Pohtics and History Award 
Psychology Award 

Pubhc Relations Award 
Science Award 



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Sociology Awards 

Theater Arts Awards 
Best Actor 



Award Recipients 



Dorothy Lynch 
Fran Sylvester 



Michelle Rosenberg 
Anthony Barrone 
Kat Caithness 
Amy Sullivan 
Stephanie Baker 
Nancy Bottari 
Tammy Mahoney 
Jody Kaplan 
Udo Nelson 
Caron Waldenburg 
Matthew Belcastro 
Tad Lawton 
Rebecca Reiber 

Rosemary Mulligan 
Timothy Monahan 

Matthew Belcastro 
Debra Harris 
James Hamilton Rice 
Tracey Dee Sirkin 

Eileen Kramer 

Mary McCarthy 

Nancy Bottari 

Stacey Harris 

Brett Nudelman 

Alecia Jill Cohen 

Caron Foster Waldenburg 

Alecia Cohen 

Marilyn Maffei 

Emily Siegfreid 

Marie Murphy 

Kathleen Cronin 
Julie Aubin 
Mary Vaughn 
Joyce Mclntyrc 
Kenneth Schettino 
Tiffany Ross 
Carrie Gajowski 
ChrLstinc Pulgini 
Eric Gustafson 
Everett Johnson 
Kristin Blake 
David Swartz 

Tim Monahan 



Rebecca Reiber 
Caron Waldenburg 



Best Dirc'CCiir 
Women's Studies Award 



Jimmie Mcadcr 
Kristin Blake 



WHOS WHO AMONG STUDf^NTS IN 

AMERICAN COUEGHS 

AND UNIVf;RSITIi;S 



AlIiXANOr.R 

GRAHAM liliU. 

HONOR SOaiiTY 



Matthew Belcastro 
Kristen Blake 
Andrea Cappella 
Alecia Cohen 
Denise DeSimone 
Scott Dworman 
Sheila Hanson 
Colleen Horan 
William R. Lean. Ill 
Margaret Livinj^ston 
Joyce Mclntire 



Stacey Harris 



Seniors 

Macey McNally 
Rosemary Mulligan 
William Napier 
Kimberley Redman 
Kenneth Schettino 
Jonathan Shannahan 
Tracey Sirkin 
Jeffrey Taylor 
Daniel Theobold 
Peter llbriaco 
John Wolk 

Juniors 

Gavin Spittle 



SCHOLARSHIPS 

Mitchell Adclson Scholarship 

Class of 1985 Scholarship 

Commuter Club Scholarship 

Joseph and Frieda Drapkin Scholarship 

John Stuart Hater Memorial Scholarship 

Edward H. Hastings Memorial Scholarship 
Vivian C. Jewett Scholarship 
W. George Kennedy Memorial Scholarship 
Gladys Martinez Memorial Scholarship 
Jennifer A. Phillips Memorial Scholarship 

Publicover Family Scholarship 

Dean Cecil Rose Scholarship 

Thomas Radley Scholarship 

Leeder Sandler Scholarship 

Robert C Smith Memorial Scholarship 

COLLF.GF. COMMUNITY SFRVlCIi AWARDS 



Julie H. Aubin 
Paula Donahue 
Kelly Farr 
Carrie Gajowski 

Matthew Belcastro 
Nancy Bottari 
David Coughlin 
Scott Dworman 
Michelle Favata 
Mary Hastings 

Debra Bourdon 
Katherine Caithness 
Gary Frnsteen 
Nathaniel Frank 
Debra Harris 
Stacey Harris 



Cilisa Ranaldson 
Kara Martin 
Debra Bourdon 
Udo Nelson 
Stacey Harris 
Pamela Grosz 
Paul Carney Devin 
William Plasko 
Gavin Spittle 
Troy Watkins 
Stuart Colder 
Philip Hulbig 
Kiinberly Kisiel 
Troy Watkins 
Sara HIesh 
Sarah Kuljian 
Joan Scuterud 
Charles Nilosek 



Senior (inducted ')/t/92) 

Richard Kins 
Joyce Mclntire 
Kimberlcy Redman 
David Swartz 
Seniors (inducted ^/91) 
Mary Hurley 
Margaret Livingston 
Timothy Monahan 
Eric Myers 
Tiffany Ross 
Tracey Sirkin 
Juniors (inducted 5/4/92) 
Sarah Kuljian 
Sarah Noering 
Esther Rastegari 
Gavin Spittle 
Amy Beth Sullivan 
Troy Watkins 



1992 Yearbook Dedication 

Curry College Teaching Excellence Award 

Faculty Achievement Award 

Oftice Employees Award 

Outstanding Achievement in Student Leadership Award 

Outstanding Commuter Award 

Outstanding Female Athlete of the Year 

Outstanding Male Athlete of the Year 

Outstanding Resident Assistant 

Outstanding Resident Student 

Barbara Pettingill Award 

Class of 1992 Recognition Awards 



Rita Myers 
Mary Ann Gallant 
Alan Frank 
Evelyn Lawless 
John Wolk 
Tracey Sirkin 
Andrea Zeigler 
Kenneth McCoinb 
Colleen Horan 
Daniel Theobold 
Maggie Contreras 



1992 Person of the Year 



President John Wolk 
Vice President Macey McNally 
Representative Kristen Raposo 
Representative Michael Ventimiglia 



Russell Pregeant 



Secretary Suzin Cunningham 
Treasurer Eric Myers 
Representative Christopher Dacunto 
Representative Aimee Beth Colgan 



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Dr. Catherine W. Ingold 
President 



David Fedo 
Academic Dean 



Marguerite A. Major 
Director of Student Life 









Beverly Maksin 
Director of Financial Services 



James G. Salvucci 
Assistant Academic Dean 



Dana Denault 
Director of Admissions 




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T r 

David Coughlin: Class Orator 
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President Ingold, Dean Fedo. Members of the Curry College Faculcy. Board of 
Tnistees, Honored Guests, and Graduating Class, it is with great pleasure that I 
stand before you today as class orator. 

As we look ahead to the restructuring and development of emerging countries 
in Western F.urope. we cannot overlook the necessary changes which lie ahead 
for the development of our own community. Curry College, 

With the enthusiastic arrival of the school's thirteenth president in its 113 years. 
and the schools first female president. Dr. Catherine Ingold, Curry's future 
development looks exciting. 

But let each of us take a moment to reflect back on the years spent at Curry 

For example, remember the first day you arrived on campus for orientation and 
were greeted by your new classmates; 

Remember the former graduate who returned to help you move into your new 
room; 

Remember the first time someone aaually said "hello " to you as you walked 
through the "Academic Quad" on your way to class; 

Remember the day you received your first college grade- only to find out that 
anending classes would be better than sleeping in all morning; 

And Remember more recently on May 11th. when you finished your last college 
exam' 

These are some of the memories we all will take with us in the years ahead. 

Today. It is important to realize the "impact" that each of us has had m 
strengthening and developing our college community. 

Whether a member of a Varsity Sports team, a member of Student Activities or 
Student Government, a member of the award - winning W-M-L-N Radio 
Station, or just an average student, in one way or another, each of us will leave 
our mark on Curry College. 

Webster's Diaionary defines the word "impact" as "a forcible touch; the shock 
or collision occasioned by the meeting of two bodies". 

For the last four years, each one of us has felt the impact of our association with 
other people 

For many, this was a shock because of different values, different work ethics, 
and |UK simply different backgrounds. 

Through the years, however, we have interaacd with many people such as our 
parents, out childhood friends, and even our professors here at Curry. 

It ha* been during these four years, though, that each of us has learned how to 
deal with others. 

Fw example, because of the college's small enrollment, we often come into 
Cf>ntaci with a ptofessor on a one to one basis. 

Fof many, it was a ihock when the professor called each student by name in 
clau' 

For nruny of ul. h^>wever, ihb was a pleasant shock and one reason why we 
chow Curry Ojllege. 

Oftt the Uu few yean, it has been my friends, my family and most imponantly 
my profction u Curry whrj have had the greatest "impact" on my life. 

To all of yoo, my imccre thanks. 

In the yean that follow graduation, when wc look back as an alumni, we will 
remember the powerful "impact " <m our tivc» of these past four years in college. 



For example, many of you chose Curry because of us si?e. the "Renowned " PAL 
Program, and the excellent faculty and staff 

For many of us. Curry, because of its small size, has allowed us to develop and 
nurture close relationships over the years 

For many, the Program for Advancement of Learning, better known as the PAL 
program, was an attractive feature. 

This program has enabled many of us to anend college and to excel as students. 

This outstanding program, one of Curry's claim to fame, is geared to each 
individual's academic weaknesses, and assists the students to overcome them. 

1 have a Reading and Learning disability, and the PAL Program was instrumen- 
tal in my decision to attend Curry. 

I opted to handle my studies on my own, but I knew that this program, if 
needed, was available to me. 

Secondly, many chose Curry College because of the excellence of the faculty 
and staff, and the small student - teacher ratio. 

Over the last four years, we have all witnessed the dedication of the faculty in 
helping us achieve the best possible education. 

It IS for this dedication that we now express our appreciation. As students, we 
have grown mentally and spiritually because of the expertise and knowledge of 
the faculty. 

Many of us have developed close friendships with our teachers, and we know 
that many of us have stayed in college because of their caring attitude. 

Thank you for helping us expand our knowledge and grow as individuals. 

Also, let us not forget the wonderful friendships we have made on the field, in 
extracurricular activities, and in the classroom. 

Remember the fun times at the Campus Pub nights, the Cafe parties, the 
hilarious Comedy nights, and the special "Curry Nights"" at Lizzies in Hyde Park. 

Remember the fun, in each year"s competition, in the Residence Hall Olympics. 

Remember, but not for long, the past few weeks of college, sweating over our 
last wrincn paper or exam. 

Finally, remember, if you can. Senior Week, when many class members came 
together to celebrate days full of activities and special events. 

These times will be remembered and treasured for a lifetime. 

So, for me, I will remember the "impact " of the Faculty, my College friends, and 
my Family who have always supported and encouraged me. 

Wanda Carter, of St Augustine, Florida recently wrote, "Dear Abby " and said 
"To Achieve Your Dreams. Remember Your A-B-C's" Wanda wrote: 

Avoid negative sources, people, places, things and habits. 

Believe in yourself 

Consider things from every angle. 

Don't give up, and don't give in. 

Fnjoy life today; yesterday is gone, and tomorrow may never come. 

Family and friends arc hidden treasures. Seek them and enjoy their riches, 

Give more than you planned to give. 



Hang on to your drcams. 

Ignorc those who try to discourage you. 

Just do it! 

Keep on trying. No matter how hard it seems, it will get easier. 

Love yourself first and most. 

Make it happen 

Never lie, cheat or steal. Always strike a fair deal. 

Open your eyes, and see things as they really are 

Praaice makes perfect. 

Quitters never win, and winners never quit. 

Read, study and learn about everything important in your life. 

Stop procrastinating. 

Take control of your own destiny. 

Understand yourself in order to better understand others. 

Visualize it. 

Want it more than anything. 

Xccellerate your efforts. 

You arc unique of all of Gods creations. Nothing can replace you. 

2^ro in on your target, and go for it! 

In closing, as we leave Curry College to continue our education on our road to 
success, remember a quote by John D. Rockefeller, who said; 

"If you want to succeed you should strike out on new paths, rather than travel 
the worn paths of accepted success." 

Fjch one of us must determine and pursue our individual paths in the future. 
Wc must not be afraid to strike out on new paths. 

In the end, it may be that we find the all important job that we are looking for 
on this new path we traveled. 

Welcome President Ingold! It appears that you have already lifted up the morale 
and spirit of this college community. 

We graduate with the knowledge that significant progress will take place in the 
years ahead. 

I wish you success as the new leader of my college. 

And finally, my fellow graduates. I leave you with the words of that famous Irish 
Blessing: 

May the road rise up to meet you. 

May the wind be always at your back. 

May the sun shine warm upon your face. 

May the ram fall soft upon your fields. 

And. until we meet again, 

May God hold you in the palm of His hand 

Congratulations to the Graduating Class of 1992! 



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John Wolk: President of the Class of 

1992 

' The Curry College class of 1992 first came together in early September of 
1988. For fourdays during freshmanorientation the campus was ours and 
we' were given the opportunity to begin again, as we opened a new chapter 
in our lives and began new friendships. Over the last five days that spanned 
Senior Week, the campus was our's again- only this time around we were 
together as a class to bring closure to this chapter in our lives. 

After touring Curry and meeting a few ot its PAL professors and students 
iri the spring of 1988, I realized right off the bat that Curry would be the 
tight place for me for many of the same reasons I'm sure you chose Curry. 
The riiost important of those reasons are a comfortable, close knit atmo- 
sphere and a style of teaching that is made more effective through smaller 
student/teacher ratios and classroom sizes. We can all do without 5(K) seat 
lecture halls. The other facet of Curry that I found to be an asset was the 
opportunity for students to get involved as a participant and not just as a 
spectator. At Curry the opportunities are there but the pressure and fierce 
competition is not. You don't have to be pro-caliber athlete, a Broadway- 
bound actor, or a person with their eyes set on Congress; you can participate 
out of the sheer desire to have tun. These were qualities that I was 
accustomed to having come from a private high school of only one 
t hundred students. That high school, like Curry, knew the value of a personal 
education. That high school also knew what it was like to be in need of 
constant financial support from Alumni. That school, like Curry, didn't have 
state of the art facilities or the largest endowment. But it did have a faculty, 
i staff, and student body that took a vested interest in its day to day existence. 
Curry's students, faculty and staff are the same way. It is a special place that 
always seems to motivate people to do and be their very best. 

Curry has become a second family to most ot us and this transition will 
be difficult to accept. Take comfort in knowing that you are not alone and that the friendships we have made do not have to end. In 
fact they will be put to the test and if we truly value them we must make the time and the effort to remain a part of each others lives. 
Out of sight does not mean out of mind. . . . Whereas before extending yourself meant knocking on the door across the hall or trav- 
elling across campus, it will know mean sitting down to write a letter or travelling across the country . . . whereas before it meant 
dialing an inter-campus four digit phone extension it will now involve an area code and prefix. 

Make new friends and move on, but never forget about the times you spend and with/Ai'hom they were spent. 

This May, over one million college seniors will graduate nationwide and I'm not telling ^^ytning you don't already know when I 
say that times are tough! For those of us not going on to graduate school its going to^^" a smuggle but be persistent. Don't lose 
hope and don't let rejection change your goals or lower your confidence. The tact thaj/We have rompleted four years of higher edu- 
cation is proof enough that we are mature, intelligent and industrious enough to thg^ext chapter of our lives. If the economy forces 
us to work outside of our career paths in order to make ends meet then we must^e willing to adapt until we can get back on track. 
There is no shame in earning a legitimate paycheck even if you'd rather be doing something else. 

For many of us, this day represents emotions that are at opposite ends of the spectrum ... on one hand we feel a sense of pride 
and accomplishment that accompanies the realization of a goal, especially one that is four years in the making ... on the other hand 
we feel confusion anxiety and sadness as well as a sense of loss that has yet to hit most ot us. 

I wish that we could all stay together and continue to write this chapter, but today is where we go on our separate ways. In time 
we won't remember any of the bad days, only the laughs and good times that we've shared over the last four years will come to 
mind. They will warm you on a cold winter day and bring a smile to your face when you most need one. 

On behalf of the class of 1992, I am honored to present Curry with a gift that will benefit students for many years to come. So 
much of my time here was spent advertising for events on campus that I had planned through program board or student 
government. I have seen first hand the need for better communication on campus. This was also the feeling of the class of 1991 
class officers that desperately wanted to see their gift come into fruition. However, a lack of funds prevented this from occuring. It 
is my pleasure to announce that we would like to pick up where they left off by presenting Curry with a large sign board that will 
feature an awning and lights here in the academic quad to be used by clubs and organizations to better spread the word about on- 
campus events. 

In closing I would like to say that it has been my pleasure representing the class of 1992 and I greatly appreciate all the support 
and cooperation that I have received. Thank you and congratulations. 




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Seniors: Names & Addresses 



LAURA ANASTAS 

65 LYNDE AVENUE 

MELROSE, MA 02176 

MARGARET ANASTASI 

84 ROSSMORE ROAD 

JAMAICA PLAIN, MA 02130 

CARLOS ARROYO 

13 RODGERS RD. 

FAIRFIELD, CT 06430 

JULIE AUBIN 

71 SQUANTO ROAD 

NORTH WEYMOUTH, MA 02191 

STEPHANIE BAKER 

225 EAST STREET 

WEYMOUTH, MA 02189 

TODD BARBATO 

192 EAST STREET 

FOXBORO, MA 02035 

KRISTIN BARCELOU 

55 ELM STREET 

MILTON, MA 02186 

JESSICA BAUER 

21 CLIFF STREET 

HASTINGS ON HUDSON, NY 10706 

MICHELLE BAZARIAN 

40 MAGNOLIA DRIVE 

NORTH ANDOVER, MA 01845 

MATHEW BELCASTRO 

48 POULOS RD. 

BRAINTREE, MA 02184 

STEPHEN BELSANTI 

36 KINGSTON RD 

WALTHAM, MA 02154 

KRISTIN BLAKE 

33 MACKINTOSH 

NEEDHAM, MA 02192 

KATHLEEN BLIGH 

62 BELCHER CIRCLE 

MILTON, MA 02186 

PATRICK BORALLY 

1632 SEVEN OAKS 

LYNDHURST, OH 44124 

NANCY BOTTARI 

58 PACKARD RD. 

STOUGHTON, MA 02072 

PAUL BOURGEOIS 

42 CHERYL LANE 

WALTHAM, MA 02154 

KELLY BRAZILL 

1691 COMMONWEALTH AVE #21 

BRIGHTON, MA 02135 

KENNETH BRIGGS 

BRIDGE ST COL 

BRIDGEWATER, MA 02324 

WILLIAM BROOKS 

44 PERKINS COURT 

HAVERHILL, MA 01832 

LAUREN BROWN 

51 ACADEMY AVENUE 

EAST WEYMOUTH, MA 02189 

BRADFORD BUCCINI 

100 FOREST DRIVE 

BRIDGEWATER, MA 02324 

MARY BUTLER 

75 WINDHAM RD. 

HYDE PARK, MA 02136 

CYNTHIA CALKINS 

3 WOODRIDGE PLACE 

MANSON. MA 01057 

MARY THERESE CAMPBELL 

145 PALISADE AVENUE 

EMERSON, NJ 07630 

TODD CAMPO 

903 KNOLLWOOD RD. 

WHITE PLAINS. NY 10603 

ANDREA CAPPELLA 

13 KENTS LANE 

HINGHAM. MA 02043 

CHRISTOPHER CARCHIDI 



132 SAMUEL AVE. 
BROCKTON, MA 02401 
SHANNON CARNEY 

5 USHER ROAD 
MEDFORD, MA 02155 
CHRISTOPHER CASTELLI 
P.O. BOX 820 

EAST GRANBY, CT 06026 

MATTHEW CHALMERS-COLE 

CLEVELAND HILL RD. 

TAMWORTH, NH 03886 

SCOTT CLAY 

17 WINTHROP ROAD 

WAYLAND, MA 01778 

ALECIA COHEN 

5200 LANCELOT LN. DR. 

DAVIE, FL 33331 

AIMEE COLGAN 

3 LINWOOD LANE 

FT SALONGA, NY 11768 

PATRICIA CONDON 

U MYLES STANDISH RD. 

WEST ROXBURY, MA 02132 

LOUIS COPPOLA 

81 PHILLIPS TERRACE 

WEST HAVEN, CT 06516 

LORRAINE COSTELLO 

19 WILLARD ST. 

DEDHAM, MA 02026 

DAVID COUGHLIN 

701 LANDSDOWNE WAY #202 WG 

NORWOOD, MA 02062 

NANCY COUGHLIN 

6 MARILYN RD 
MILTON, MA 02186 
KATHLEEN CRONIN 
57 SO. MAIN ST. 
RAYNHAM, MA 02767 
JOHN CROWLEY 

124 GREENLEAF STREET 
QUINCY, MA 021659 
CHARLES CUNNINGHAM 
3423 BLUE CANDLE DR. 
SPRING, TX 77388 
SUZIN CUNNINGHAM 
P.O. BOX 7626 
DILLON, CO 80435-3836 
CHRISTOPHER DACUNTO 
55 SEWALL AVE. 
BROOKLINE, MA 02146 
REBECCA DATOR 
11 COSWELL AVE. 
CAMBRIDGE, MA 02140-2031 
KEVIN DE MICHAELIS 
24 CANTERBURY RD. 
WOBURN, MA 01801 
ANTHONY DE SILVA 
23 FAIRFIELD ST. 
ACUSHNET, MA 02743 
DENISE DE SIMONE 
16 MORRILL ST. 
W. NEWTON, MA 02165 
AMIE DE ZENZO 
23 BLACKBERRY ROAD 
TRUMBULL, CT 06611 
RUTH DEDERICH 
10 FRANKLIN RD. 
BEDFORD, MA 01730 
DANIELLE DELLACONA 
52 SLOCUM CRESCENT 
FOREST HILLS, NY 11375 
ROSA MARIA DI STASIO 
6 DEERFIELD ROAD 
WILTON, CT 06897 
WILLIAM DOHERTY 
BOX 7 RTF 11 
NEWBURY. MA 01951 
PAULA DONAHUE 
148 nRST PARISH RD. 



SCrrUATE, MA 02066 
CHRISTOPHER DONOHOE 
ANTHONY WAYNE RD. 
MORRISTOWN, NJ 07960 
PATRICK DONOHOE 
36 MORTON ST. 
ABINGTON, MA 02351 
SCOTT DWORMAN 
174 PROSPECT ST. 
FRAMINGHAM, MA 01701 
ANDREW EDELSTEIN 
356 CONCORD STREET 
HAVERHILL, MA 01830 
GAIL ERICKSON 
10 STONE RIDGE DRIVE 
EAST GREENWICH, RI 02818 
SARAH ERLANDSON 

5 JACOBS ROAD 
NORWOOD, MA 02062 
ETHAN EXELBERT 

240 CENTRAL PARK SO. 
NEW YORK, NY 10019 
KELLY FARR 
36 CENTER ST. 
E. WEYMOUTH, MA 02189 
CHRISTINA FASCIANA 
8 STONEY RUN 
MARION, MA 02738 
MICHELLE FA V ATA 
114 ORCHARD STREET 
MILLIS, MA 02054 
ROBERT FEELEY 
26 HEMLOCK DRIVE 
CANTON, MA 02021 
KERRY FINNERTY 
15 GROVE ST. APT 1 
BOSTON, MA 02114 
MICHELLE FONTAINE 

6 PADDINGTON WAY 
PLYMOUTH, MA 02360 
PHILIP GAITHER 

135 FOREST ST. 
WELLESLEY, MA 02181 
CARRIE GAJOWSKI 
22 HARRIS ST. 
BROOKLINE, MA 02146 
KAREN GARCELON 
167 ASPEN ROAD 
HYDE PARK, MA 02136 
JUAN GARCIA 
525 OVIEDO TORRIMAR 
GUAYNABO, PR 00657 
LINDA GERAGHTY 
40 GUILD ST. #1 
NORWOOD, MA 020623426 
DEBORAH GIACOBOZZI 
84 COMMERCIAL STREET 
WEYMOUTH, MA 02188 
JEANNE GIBSON 
6 POND AVENUE 
FOXBOROUGH, MA 02035 
DAVID GIOVANELLA 
JOHN ALDEN RD. 
PLYMOUTH, MA 02360 
CATHLEEN GOLD 
6760 WOODSIDE TRAIL 
W BLOOMFIELD. MI 48322 
KYLE GREEN 
122 WAUREGAN ROAD 
CANTERBURY. CT 06331 
ROBERT GREENE 
11 CABOT STREET 
MILTON. MA 02186 
BARRY GREENMAN 
3304 LAKE KNOLL DR. 
NORTHBROOK. IL 60062 
DONNA GUASTALLI 
9 WASHINGTON PL. 
HYDE PARK, MA 02136 



SCOTT HALLOCK 

9827 N 29TH ST. 

PHOENIX, AZ 850284443 

GREGORY HANIGAN 

23 PARK VIEW TERRACE 

DUXBURY. MA 02332 

SHEILA HANSON 

1020 WASHINGTON ST. 

WHITMAN. MA 02382 

DEBRA HARRIS 

38 INDEPENDENCE AVE 

QUINCY, MA 02169 

MARY HASTINGS 

93 TACOMA STREET 

HYDE PARK, MA 02136 

CHRISTOPHER HEALY 

28 ARLINGTON AVE. 

CALDWELL, NJ 07006 

MAUREEN HILL 

284 LINCOLN BLVD. 

EMERSON, NJ 07630 

COLLEEN HORAN 

18 PAWNEE DR. 

ARLINGTON, MA 021741812 

STEPHEN HUGUES 

79 HARRIS AVE. 

HEWLETT, NY 11557 

MARY HURLEY 

127 SYCAMORE ST. 

ROSLINDALE, MA 02131 

VIRGINIA JENKS 

148 LINCOLN ST. 

HINGHAM, MA 02043 

EVERETT JOHNSON 

P.O 411 

LEBANON, NH 03766 
JEFFREY JONES 
6 JUNIPER LANE 
MADISON, CT 06443 

MICHAEL JOYCE 

101 KENT ROAD 

WILTON, CT 06897 

ANTON JURGENS 

THE OLD HOUSE, SILCHESTER 

NR READING, BERKSHIRE, ENG RG72LU 

PHILLIP KEDDY 

91 PROSPECT ST. 

PORT CHESTER, NY 10573 

JOANNE KELLEY 

18 FOUNTAIN LANE #3 

S. WEYMOUTH, MA 02189 

KEVIN KELLY 

157 BREEZY HILL ROAD 

STAMFORD, CT 06903 

RICHARD KING 

9 BELLA VISTA PLACE 

CINCINNATI, OH 45206 

EILEEN KRAMER 

6 BLUEBERRY LANE 

SHARON, MA 02067 

CHRISTOPHER LAW 

6 ONEIDA RD. 

WINCHESTER, MA 01890 

WILLIAM LEAN III 

1088 STONEBROOK DR A 9101 

SANFORD, FL 32773 

DIANNE LEON 

108 BIRCH TREE DRIVE 

WESTWOOD, MA 02090 

ROBERT LEVINE 

63 FREMONT ROAD 

N. TARRYTOWN, NY 10591 

MARGARET LIVINGSTON 

15 QUARRY LANE 

MILTON. MA 02186 

GINA LOUIS 

71 ASTORIA ST. 

MATTAPAN, MA 02126 

KATHLEEN LYON 



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16 PEQUOT TERRACE 


WARWICK, RI 02888 


MICHELLE RIMKIE 


CHICAGO, IL 60610 




PLYMOUTH, MA 02360 


KRISTEN MURRAY 


PARLMONT PARK. APT. #34 


PENELOPE THOMPSON 




LORRAINE MAC ISAAC 


41 ST MARYS ROAD 


NO. BILLERICA, MA 01862 


1371 NORTH VALLEY RD. 




103 CLAPP ST. 


MILTON, MA 02186 


ANDREW RITCHIE 


MALVERN, PA 19355 




MILTON, MA 02186 


ERIC MYERS 


P.O. BOX 420 


RAFFI TOPJIAN 




KEVIN MADDEN 


115 HOLLY POINT RD. 


SILVERTHORNE, CO 80498 


16 IDLEWILD ROAD 




115 CONCORD DR 


CENTERVILLE, MA 02632 


KERRY ANN ROSE 


LEXINGTON, MA 02173 




MADISON. CT 06443 


WILLIAM NAPIER 


90 PLEASANT ST. 


JEFFREY TRACY 




MARILYNN MAFFEI 


1021 ARLINGTON BL AP720E 


MEDFIELD, MA 02052 


720 HANCOCK STREET 




78 CHESTERFIELD ST. 


ARLILNGTON, VA 22209-2122 


TIFFANY ROSS 


ABINGTON, MA 02351 




READVILLE, MA 02137 


ALLAN NELSON III 


78 CONCORD ST. 


CHERYL TRAINOR 




ALEXANDER MAGER 


55 WEST SELDEN ST. 


GLOUCESTER. MA 01930 


117 MANET AVE, 




1185 PARK AVE APT 17K 


MATTAPAN. MA 02126 


MARY RUANE 


QUINCY, MA 02169 




NEW YORK, NY 10128 


CHRISTOPHER NOONAN 


607 PLEASANT ST. 


JACQUELINE TRAVI 




ANTHONY MAMMOLA 


9 WESTERN AVE. 


MILTON, MA 02186 


301 MT. BLUE STREET 




6 DOUGLAS ROAD 


NO EASTON, MA 02356 


JAMES RUSSELL 


NORWELL, MA 02061 




SCHENECTADY, NY 12308 


JOEL NUCCI 


91 SPRUCE RD. 


PETER UBRIACO 




ANTHONY MARAG 


6 MONTICELLO DR 


READING, MA 01867 


50 IRVINA AVE. 




14 PAULINE ST, 


EAST LYME, CT 06333 


MICHAEL RUSSO 


GROTON, NY 10520 




RANDOLPH, MA 02368 


BRETT NUDELMAN 


32 SPY HILL 


JOSEPH VASTA 




DANIEL MARSTERS 


43 INDIAN HILL RD. 


POUGHKEEPSIE, NY 12603 


12 HERITAGE RD. 




90 LAKEWOOD DR. 


WINNETKA, IL 60093 


BRYAN RYDER 


BARRINGTON. RI 02806 




MASHPEE, MA 02649 


JOAN O BRIEN 


25 MEADOWS LANE 


MEAGAN VASTOLA 




LINDA MAY 


170 BONHAM ROAD 


SALISBURY, MA 01952 


EXDUGLAS ROAD 




32 LYNDON ROAD 


DEDHAM. MA 02026 


AMY SANDERS 


MORRISTOWN. NJ 07960 




SHARON. MA 02067 


BRIAN O SULLIVAN 


DAVID SANTORA 


MARY VAUGHAN 




MICHAEL MC ARDLE 


161 BATES AVE. 


QUANTUCK BAY LANE 


58 NANCY ROAD 




49 FULLERS LANE 


QUINCY, MA 02169 


QUIOGUE, NY 11978 


MILTON, MA 02186 




MILTON, MA 02186 


JEAN PASCUAL 


JILL SARANOVITZ 


MICHAEL VENTIMIGLIA 




MARY MC CARTHY 


D.13 CATARATA ST, 


20 PRATT ST. 


24 SENATE PLACE 




97 GARDINER RD. 


EL RAMANSO RIO PIEDR, PR 00926 


LUNENBURG, MA 01462 


LARCHMONT, NY 10538 




QUINCY. MA 02169 


MARK PAVANO 


THOMAS SCAMMELL 


LISA VERDUN 




KENNETH MC COMB 


8 HYACINTH DR. 


929 MAIN STREET 


149 SW ANSON TERRACE 




22 COLBY AVENUE 


NASHUA, NH 03062 


NORWELL. MA 02061 


STOUGHTON, MA 02072 




RYE. NY 10580 


SCOTT PERRIN 


BRIAN SCHAEFFLER 


GEOFFREY VINES 




MARYELLEN MC DERMOTT 


315 DEDHAM STREET 


10 MONT FERN ST #3 


429 FIRST PARISH RD 




101 BREWSTER AVE. 


NEWTON, MA 02159 


BRIGHTON, MA 02135 


SCITUATE, MA 02066-3314 




BRAINTREE, MA 02184 


JILL POIRIER 


KENNETH SCHETTINO 


CARON WALDENBURG 




STEVEN MC GAUGHEY 


95 W SQUANTUM ST. APT 209 


527 GLADSTONE ROAD 


197 COUNTRYSIDE RD. 




300 PINE ST. 


NO. QUINCY. MA 02171-2107 


LANGHORN, PA 19047 


NEWTON, MA 02159 




HOLBROOK, MA 02343 


MATTHEW POLLACK 


KAREN SCHMIDT 


SANDRA WALLACE 




CAROL MC GREAL 


90 COMO ROAD 


2657 LENOX RD. RE 201 


40 ROUND HILL RD. 




20 SASSAMON AVE. 


HYDE PARK, MA 02136 


ATLANTA, GA 30324 


WETHERSFIELD, CT 06109 




MILTON. MA 02186 


JULIE PRESKENIS 


KURT SCUDILLO 


MARY WEST 




JOYCE MC INTYRE 


70 GARDEN PARKWAY 


1307 HILLSIDE AVENUE 


1077 RANDOLPH AVE. 




71 WEBSTER STREET 


NORWOOD. MA 02062 


HONESDALE, PA 18431 


MILTON. MA 02186 




WHITMAN, MA 02382 


KATHRYN PRYOR 


JONATHAN SHANNAHAN 


STEPHEN WHEELER 




MACEY MC NALLY 


273 GLENBROOK RD. 


105 NEWGATE RD. 


1663A U.S. HWY. S' 




P.O. BOX 941 


STAMFORD, CT 06906 


E GRANBY. CT 06026 


ST. CROIX FALLS. WI 54024 




NEWPORT. NH 03773 


STEPHEN PULEO 


JAMES SHEA 


REBECCA WILICHOSKI 




NATASHA MC QUEEN 


23 PEARL STREET 


27 WARDWELL RD. 


36 OLD FARM RD. 




15 RILEY RD. 


LEXINGTON, MA 02173 


CANTON. MA 02021 


BOXFORD, MA 01921 




HYDE PARK. MA 02136 


CHRISTINE PULGINI 


TRACEY SIRKIN 


JANE WINDHORST 




JAMES MEADER 


41 PROSPECT ST. 


9 DRAPER ST. 


366 OCEAN DRIVE WEST 




23 MIDDLE ST. 


HYDE PARK, MA 02136 


CANTON, MA 02021 


STAMFORD. CT 06902 




GEORGETOWN, MA 01853 


SEAN QUINN 


TINA SPARUK 


JOHN WOLK 




DAVID MENSCH 


148 WOODLAND ST. 


485 E. WATER STREET 


90 COMO ROAD 




15 JUDD PLACE 


NATICK, MA 01760 


ROCKLAND, MA 02370 


HYDE PARK, MA 02136 




GOSHEN, NY 10924 


MICHAEL RALLS 


JARED STURNER 


GAYLE YAFFE 




MORGAN MERRY 


30125 AVENIDA CLASSICA 


SUE SULLIVAN 


30 GARDINER RD. 




6 QUENTON ST. 


RANCHO PALOS VERDES. CA 90274 


71 HILLCREST ST. 


QUINCY, MA 02169-1141 




MILTON, MA 02186 


KRISTEN RAPOSO 


WALTHAM. MA 02154 


RICHARD YIRGA 




TARRA MEYER 


65 GREENLEAF ST 4 


SUSAN SWANTON 


65 WINTERSET LANE 




37 SO. BAYFIELD RD. 


QUINCY. MA 021694447 


10 SAMOSET AVE. 


SIMSBURY. CT 06070 




NO. QUINCY. MA 02171 


RACHEL REDDING 


QUINCY, MA 02169 


BRENDAN YOURELL 




GARY MINSKY 


2141 BAIRD ROAD 


DAVID SWARTZ 


68 WESTLAND AVE. 




2487 CEDAR SWAMP ROAD 


PENFIELD, NY 14526 


39 SHADY HILL ROAD 


WEST HARTFORD, CT 06107 




BROOKVILLE. NY 11545 


KIMBERLEY REDMAN 


NEWTON. MA 02161 


DAVID YUKNAT 




BERNADETTE MOLLOY 


911 SO. FORT THOMAS AVE. 


BRUCE TALANIAN 


79-2 ROWLAND RD. 




6 MORTON TERR. 


FORT THOMAS, KY 41075 


54 OLD FARM ROAD 


OLD LYME, CT 06371 




MILTON. MA 02186 


REBECCA REIBER 


MILTON, MA 02186 


JASON ZEIF 




TIMOTHY MONAHAN 


19 CENTRE ST. 


VICTORIA TARLOW 


1 OLD HOUSE LANE 




3413 N MARSHFIELD AV #3W 


DOVER. MA 02030 


8 VICTORIA LANE 


CHAPPAQUA, NY 10514 




CHICAGO, IL 60657 


MICHAEL REYNOLDS 


MARBLEHEAD, MA 01945 






ESTHER MUDOH 


66 PROSPECT AVE. 


JEFFREY TAYLOR 






6118 N. SHERIDAN RD #1004 


NORWOOD, MA 02062 


13 CHESTER ROAD 






CHICAGO, IL 60660 


JAMES RICE 


UPPER MONTCLAIR, NJ 07043 






ROSEMARY MULLIGAN 


BOX 539 


DANIEL THEOBALD 






11 PRUDENCE CT. 


NORTH HAMPTON. NH 03862 


1242 N. LAKE SHORE DR. 




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I 



In Memoriam: Carlos Arroyo 



J 




There are places 
I'll remember All 
my life though 
some have 

changed some 
forever not for 
better some have 
gone and some 
remain. All these 
places had their 
moments with 
lovers and 

friends I still can 
recall some are 
dead and some 
are living In my 
life, I've loved 
them all. 

-The Beatles 



Shortly before the printing of this yearbook, Carlos 
Arroyo, a member of the Class of 1992, was tragically 
killed in a fatal car accident. He is survived by his 
family and relatives and many friends. 

Although it is hard dealing with someone dying so 
young, let it be some consolation that as we are trying 
to say goodbye, he is waiting to greet us hello. Keep his 
memory and philosophy of life alive within you and 
carry it in your heart. Carlos was a beautiful person as 
we all are, strive to make it your goal to find it in 
everyone you meet. 

Aufwiedersehen Carlos. We miss you. 





Those we hold most dear never truly leave us . . . they live on 
in the kindness they showed, the comfort they shared, and 
the love they brought into our lives. 




"There is a destiny 

that makes us 

brothers. 

None goes his way 

alone. 

All that we send 

into the lives of 

others comes back 

to us in the end." 



Dedicated to Ftiends 

I love you not only for what you are, but for what I am when I am with you. 

I love you not only for what you have made of yourself, but for what you are making of me. 
I h>ve you because you have done more than any creed could have done to make ine good, and 
more than any fate could have done to make me happy. 

You have done it without a touch, without a wtjrd. without a sign. 

You have done it by being youtself. Perhaps that is what being a friend means, after all, 

• Pr. John Tormey 



I expect to pass through this world 
but once 

Any good therefore that I can do or 
any kindness that I can show to any 
fellow creature, let me do that now . . 

For I shall not pass this way again. 

-The Road of Life 



"T" 










I'hank You 


1 








J 






Thank you, thank you, thank 


you!!! 






A special thanks to all of yoi. 


1 who 


helped make this book a reality! 




Photo Submission Credits 








Cambridge Studios 




Clark Linehan Photography 




The Boston Globe 




Jane Windhorst 




Colleen Horan 




Aimee Beth Colgan 




Rosa DiStasio 




Tina Fasciana 




Sandra Wallace 




Shannon Carney 




Macey McNaily 




Jimmie Meader 




Kelly Farr 




Amanda Pantano 




Karen Garcelon 




Michael Ventimiglia 




Dianne Brennan 




Pamela Grosz 




Tiffany Ross 




Lisa McKee 




Kimberly Sweeney 







Layout and Design 

Sandra Wallace 
Katy Pryor 
Jane Windhorst 
Kim Sweeney 

Publication Information 

Publisher: Jostens Printing and Publishing 
State College, PA 
Rep: Bob Murphy 

Photography 

Studio: Cambridge Studios 
Cambridge, MA 




Q. How much do we appreciate your help in 
putting this book together? 



A. So much that we can't put it into words! 
Thank you again! 



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