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UMASS 

Reflections 
On Our Years... 

Residential Life 

Student Life 

Academics 

Sports 

Events 



Seniors 



Chadbourne and Greenough, in upper Central 



The Franklin Dining Commons, 
where thousands of people eat 
every day. Yum! 




Christy Penney serves customers 
in Sweets-n-More, in Field. 





Van Meter 




2 Residential Life 



Resident! 





The view of two towers, from 
another tower in Southwest. 



Adam Cardinal-Stakenas and 
Autumn Alden study in Southwest 



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Of the 18,000 under- 
graduates attending UMass, 
roughly half of them live in 
the dorms, and the rest live in 
aparment complexes or in 
rented houses in nearby 
towns. Many people are 
defined by where they live- 
or judged by where they live. 
On campus, the five Residen- 
tial Areas are: Central, 
Northeast, Orchard Hill, 
Southwest and Sylvan. 
Southwest is the largest, 
housing about 5,000 students. 

Off-campus housing 
is the choice of many juniors 
and seniors at the University. 
In the Amherst area, there are 
many apartment complexes 
that cater to college students, 
including Puffton Village, 
Brandywine Apartments and 
Mill Valley Estates. Thou- 
sands of students live outside 
of Amherst, in surrounding 
towns Hadley, Northampton 
and Sunderland, among 
others. As well as the dorms, 
some of these off-campus 
apartments bring with them 
reputations of the residents. 




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"UMass provides great opportunities to 

expand your academic horizons" 

-Meredith Shane Berman, Physics/Astronomy 



"I couldn't be more satisfied with the 

diversity and depth of classes here at 

UMass." 

-Danielle Arsenault, Biology 





academics 



The University of Massachusetts, Amherst 
serves more than 18,000 undergraduates with ten 
colleges and 90 majors. This year marked the 
introduction of the Commonwealth College to 
UMass. The Commonwealth College, which is 
open to all students with a 3.2 or higher grade 
point average, is designed to bring the feel of a 
small private college to the large public university. 

Faculty and students in every department at the 
university are very active in their research. 
UMass has campus wide colloquia and presenta- 
tions in every academic area on a daily basis. 
UMass also houses many nationally ranked 
programs, including the Polymer Science depart- 
ment, which was ranked number one in the 
country. 




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"Being a part of a National Champi- 
onship team was the best experience 
of my life. Sharing those moments 
with the guys... those moments are 
priceless." 
- Joe Abasciano, UMass Football 



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" Being a student athlete prepares you . 
for the real world." 
Todd Fowler, UMass Men's Soccer 





" Everyone has to find their niche and 
I was lucky enough to have an instant 
20 friends." 

- Christine Millbauer, UMass 
Women's Field Hockey 



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" Being on a team and being with a 

group of people everyday, you go 

through everything together." 

- Emma Kurowski, UMass Women's 

Soccer 





' Making friends, meeting people, 
and becoming part of the athletic 
department are some of the greatest 
advantages of being a student ath- 
lete." 
- Adam Black, UMass Men's Soccer 



" Coming home from the NCAA 
Championships, knowing we had 
placed third in the nation... it was one 
of the greatest accomplishment I have 
had as an athlete." 

- Cory Koenemann, UMass Men's 
Water Polo 




Sports 11 



Events 




Ballet de 1' Opera national de Lyon presents 
Carmen at the Fine Arts Center 




Trio Voronezh performs at Bowker Auditorium 




12 Events 



Stomp , an energetic and excii 
show of rhythm and dance, at 
Fine Arts Center (below) 




Pranksters abound in the boisterous 
shenanigans of Miss Hannigan's (Victoria 
Oscar) "Little Girls" in Annie , playing 
that Fine Arts Center (above) 
B.B. King generously autographed pic- 
tures for fans after his Fine Arts Center 
performance (left) 



Events 13 



"UMass has meant trudging 
across the frozen tundras of 
the Pioneer Valley and not 
really minding because you 
always had someone close 
to you trudging too. Kind of 
like life, I guess. No matter 
how hard or cold, it's always 
better when there are people 
who matter to you around" 
Matt Hicks, BDIC 



Seniors 



"I've learned that these years are filled with large degrees of 

uncertainty. There's uncertainty of discovering who your real 

friends are, what to major in, and what to actually pursue after 

graduation." 

Denise Brown, Apparel Marketing (Left in picture below) 




"I've grown a lot more here than I 

ever expected. Going through life, 

am I prepared for the real world? 

Uhh...." 

MiRi Park, Dance and Journalism 

(Right in picture above) 

14 Seniors 



"Here at UMass I have learned 
more about myself and more about 
the real world. Once you are on 
your own, you finally realize what 
matters the most. The most impor- 
tant thing of all is to have fun and 
to always be yourself!" 
Aitza Ricart, Apparel Marketing 





"Being a senior is cool: people 
are always trying to give you 
free stuff." 
Dave Roberts, Communications 



"Remember lemurs? You don't see those around 
much anymore. Squirrels, you see them a lot." 
Brian Girard, Communications 





"Spending four years here at UMass, I have 
learned a lot about life and I'm very grateful for the 
friendships I have made. I only wish I knew how 
to pose for a better picture." 
Adam Seigel, Communications 



Seniors 15 




UMASS 




"It [The Index] will 

remind you of who 

you are and help 

you to know how 

you got to where 

you are" 



REFLECTIONS 

On Our Years 



The University of Massachusetts at Amherst has been creating memories 
and shaping lives for over one hundred years. Although it began as a small 
agricultural college, it has grown into a major university consisting often 
schools, colleges, and facilities. At all levels, from Chancellor to Teaching 
Assistant, the University is committed to providing public higher education to 
each student that attends. Today the University serves almost 34,000 students, 
each working to create a future for themselves, striving to make their dream a 
reality. 

Every year we watch thousands of our fellow students leave this Univer- 
sity. We watch them laugh and cry as they realize they will be leaving a place 
that they have called home. We know that they will go through life with the 
confidence and knowledge that they have obtained from their time at this institu- 
tion. After their time here, graduates have not only obtained the education that 
this University provides, but they have gained experience that has told them what 
they love. They have survived through what seems like a lifetime of crises, and 
developed friendships that they see as nothing less then never-ending. It is these 
adventures that shape our lives throughout our years in college, and it is the 
lessons that accompany these adventures that shape our personalities and futures. 
However, memories fade with time, and people who were once inseparable find 
that they have slowly drifted apart. Sadly, it is often the case that only when we 
realize that we have lost something do we appreciate what we had. It is then that 
we wish for the past and a way to hold it once again. 

The Index is never going to be able to bring back every memory from 
college. However, what The Index can do is provide a connection with the past 
and open a world of memories that will allow you to reflect back on your life. It 
will remind you of who you are and help you to know how you got to where you 
are. The Index provides a link to your time in college, something that you will 
want desperately in the future. Best of luck to our graduates and the UMass 
community in the years to come. 




Hieu Nguyen 
Editor-in-Chief 



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A group of students take a 
break in Wheeler. 



Van Meter, the largest dorm 
on campus, as seen on a 
nearly cloudless day. 




Butterfield is hidden 
amongst the trees, in the 
corner of campus. 



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18 Central 



A lone student makes the 
walk from Upper Central. 





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Central is the second largest residential area 
on campus, and houses a diverse crowd of 
UMass undergraduates. Brett, Brooks, 
Wheeler and Gorman are at the bottom of the 
Hill. Students wishing to stay on campus over 
winter session can do so in Brett. The 
Wheeler Gallery displays art from students 
and local artists. Gorman is home to a resi- 
dential program that works with students of 
color. 

Baker, the second-largest dorm in Central, is 
next up the Hill, followed by Greenough and 
Chadbourne. The Josephine White Eagle 
Native American Cultural Center, as well as 
the Native American floor, is located in 
Chadbourne. Greenough has the Greenough 
Snack Bar in the basement, which sells 
sandwiches and snacks. 

Van Meter, at the top of the Hill, is the largest 
dorm on campus. The first floor has a lounge 
used by many campus performers for their 
shows. Butterfield is one of the most unique 
dorms on campus; residents have the pleasant 
distinction of eating in their own dining hall, 
rather than the other Dining Commons used 
by everyone else. 



Am I smart, funny, attractive or athletic? asks Jordan Zolon of Greenough. 



Central 19 



Students in Mary Lyon get dressed up every year to celebrate 
Halloween with local children. 




Four guys in Mary Lyon act silly for the 
camera. 

Students living in Leach (foreground) are 
closer to the Totman Gymnasium than those 
who live in Dwight (background). 



20 Northeast 



student smiles for a candid shot in the halls of 
ary Lyon. 




Northeast 



Located between Totman Physical Education Build- 
ing, Lederle Graduate Research Center, and Worcester 
Dining Commons, Northeast provides convenient 
resources. This residential area has the prestige of 
being the oldest on campus and houses the United Asia 
Learning Resource Center and Foreign Language 
House. Students usually can be found playing frisbee 
or volleyball in the Quad, the grassy area around the 
dorms. 




Johnson Dormitory, Northeast 



Northeast 21 



Orchard 
Hill 



The smallest residential area, Orchard 
Hill, provides some of the best sur- 
roundings on campus. Dickinson, 
Webster, Field and Grayson each 
house upwards of 300 students. 
Webster, in addition to the living 
spaces, is home to the Hilltop Body 
Shop, a free-weight gym open to 
members across the campus. Sweets- 
n-More is a favorite distraction for 
students of Orchard Hill, serving ice 
cream, cookies and other snacks. 
Students seeking state-of-the-art 
computer facilities can head to 
Grayson, which has a lab filled with 
Windows and Macintosh computers. 
Orchard Hill is also home to the Com- 
monwealth College, a program for 
students who seek a more rigorous 
working environment. In addition to 
all that, Orchard Hill has Bowl Day 
each May, which is a day of fun for all 
residents, typically including live 
music, a 3-on-3 basketball tournament, 
and a cookout. 




22 Orchard Hill 



An empty hallway in Orchard Hill. 
The students are all studying. 



Chris Miller, Ginny Bailey and Marilee Schroecier 
practice for their a cappella group. Mariah Carey can't 
sing without accompaniment, can she? 




Steph Romano can't bear to look at the 
cookie she ordered from Sweets-n-More in 
Field. 



Orchard Hill 23 



A lone student sits in the 
middle of Southwest. 



Kennedy and Coolidge Towers 






Amid all the distractions in 
Southwest, a student still 
finds time to study. 



24 Southwest 



Why make the walk to Southwest 
when the PVTA will drive you there? 



Do you think these two men ate at 
the Dining Hall that evening? 






Soufchwss 




Sixteen dorms, 5,000 students and one of the highest 
population densities in the world, and some people 
spend four years living there. The largest residential 
area is made up of eleven low-rise buildings and five 22- 
floor towers. 

Even with so many distractions in the residential area, 
Southwest holds various academic and social programs to 
keep anyone busy. In many of the dorms there are Talent 
Advancement Programs (TAP), in which freshmen can 
live with other freshmen who have the same interest in 
major. 

Spread about Southwest are TAP floors in biology, math, 
english, psychology, and many other disciplines. South- 
west is also home to the Stonewall Center, a resource 
center for the Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual and Transgender 
community at UMass. 




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Cashin Dormitory, Sylvan 




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The path from Totman Gym to Sylvan 



McNamara Dorm, Sylvan 



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Sylvan 



Located in the corner of campus, just up the hill 
from Totman Gymnasium, Sylvan is home to three 
buildings that offer suite-style living- which is not 
offerered anywhere else on campus. 

Cashin, McNamara and Brown house students in 
suites that contains four to five bedrooms, one bathroom, 
and one lounge. Six to eight students are assigned to 
each suite, designated as either a male or female suite. 
Suites are ideal for students who want to share their 
living space with many of their friends. 

Sylvan has two floors of non-traditional age 
students, and McNamara is home to the area's snack bar. 



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The Calvin is a popular place for en- 
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Housing 



Forty-one percent of 
UMass undergrads live off- 
campus, from Northampton 
to Sunderland, and in many 
other surrounding communi- 
ties. The majority of the 
students living off campus 
live in apartment complexes 
designed for college stu- 
dents. 
An integral part of off- 
campus life is the variety of 
distractions offered to 
students in Amherst Center, 
Hadley and Northampton. 
Students meet at many of 
the restaurants in Amherst 
or Hadley, or any of the 
coffee shops or theaters in 
Northampton. 



The Academy of Music Theater in 
Northampton shows many movies 
and operas, in many languages. It's 
one of the oldest buildings in the area. 



For the best mexican food around, 
most students flock to Bueno y Sano 
for lunch and/or dinner. 



28 Off-Campus Housing 




Fitzwilly's has been around for 25 
years, as the sign says. 



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Cliffside Apartments (appropri- 
ately enough) borders a cliff on 
Route 116 in Sunderland. Most 
of the residents are UMass 
students or faculty. 



Across the street from Cliffside 
Apts., Squire Village also houses 
many UMass students. While it 
may be far from campus, the 
PVTA takes care of the 
residents. 



Every food experience is possible 
in Amherst Center. There's no bet- 
ter way to wash down a slice of 
Antonio's pizza then with a 
Bananarama shake. 



Off-Campus Housing 29 



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Brandywine Apartments may have the best 
location- centered around a pool and a 
pond, and between Puffton Village and the 
Towne Houses. 




The most popular and most populous apartment complex in Amherst is Puffton Village. 



Off -Campus Housing 



Hobart Lane is infamous for its crazy 
residents and crazier parties. 



30 Off- Campus Housing 




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The Student Union Craft Center provides 
a relaxed atmosphere in which all members 
of the University community can work on a 
craft within their own schedule. They pro- 
vide tools and instructions at all levels free 
of charge, for stained glass, silver jewelry, 
headings, fimo, mask-making, batik, tie- 
dye, sewing, silk-painting, silk-screening, 
marblizing, leather, photography, and lino- 
leum block printing. They will sell you ma- 
terials or you may bring your own. They 
welcome complete beginners as well as the 
advanced. You may drop in any time they're 
open. They are available for your assistance 
whenever you need it, either for getting 
started on a craft, or helping you fix some- 
thing in need of repair. You may also take 
advantage of their special month-long work- 
shops offered to beginners for a small fee. 
They are located in the basement of the Stu- 
dent Union. 



32 Student Union Craft Center 





People's Market is a cooperative 
student-business founded in 1973, 
and located in the Student Union. It 
is one of eight other 
cooperative run 
student-businesses 
on campus, which 
is one of the larg- 
est communities of 
its kind. People's 
Market is a close-knit community in 
itself. The sutdents who work there 
are dedicated to providing a socially 
conscious place for the Univerity to 
buy fresh and natural whole foods, 
and educating its customers about 



People's Market 

is a close-knit 

community 

in itself." 



the cooperative and collective move- 
ments, among other social and po- 
litical issues. The People's Mar- 
ket co-managers and 
other employees 
work very hard at 
balancing their studies 
and keeping the 
market running as the 
unique resource that it 
is. We would like to thank the 
graduating members of our business 
and wish the entire Class of 2000 
good luck. It was a pleasure to serve 
you breakfast. 




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Active Ingredients is one of UMass's 
most prominent sketch comedy troupes. 
They were founded in the Fall of '98 and 
currently consist of the following people: 
Robert Killeen, Michael Milner, Ottavia 
D'Alelio, Jordan Zolan, Sean White, Mel- 
issa Fendell, Patrick Mularski, Nick 
Keenan, Sue Abbott, Robin Melendez, and 
Clinton Racine. The group writes, pro- 
duces, and performs their original material 
in dorm buildings around the UMass cam- 
pus. They average three performances a 
semester at roughly an hour per show. 

Although they are still in their early 
years, they are just now beginning to spread 
their wings and become more well-known 
throughout the Five-College community. 
Whether through song, short snipets of sil- 
liness, or in your face entertainment, they 
provide their audience with a multi-media 
sketch comedy experience to be remem- 
bered. Oh, and yes, they love Rocky Road 
Ice Cream. 



"Whether through song, 
short snipets of silliness, 

or in your face 
entertainment,they pro- 
vide their audience with 
a multi-media sketch 
comedy experience..." 



34 Active Ingredients 




Campus Design & Copy is a business initated, run / 
managed by undergraduate students at the un1ver 
Massachusetts at Amherst. Our purpose has three main 
objectives: to provide undergraduate students with 
experience in training and collective management; to serve 
the University with copying, design, binding, faxing, 
computer, and note services; and to promote the 
co-operative and collective movements. we aim 
promote diversity, and equality among the 
co-managers in our workplace. cd&c is non- 
profit, and operates under the model: 

"Students Working For Students." 




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Commuter Services and Housing Resource Center (CSHRC) is a free rental listing service that provides help to both those seeking 
dousing and those trying to rent property. Prior to 1977, students wishing to live off campus had no agency or office on campus to help 
them find housing in the local community. The only exception was a bulletin board immediately outside the Housing Office in 
Whitmore which collected housing advertisements. Since its inception in the spring of 1977, the Off Campus Housing Office has 
continually expanded its services to commuter students and in 1993 changed its name to Commuter Services and Housing Resource 
Center. 

CSHRC offers a wide range of services including: a free rental listing service, both in our office and on line; advocacy and 
education for the student tenant population regarding housing issues and landlord/tenant rights and responsibilities; the HomeSharing 
program in which renters are matched with 
householders who are willing to exchange 
services for rent; childcare scholarships to 
undergraduate student parents who need as- 
sistance paying for childcare; the Dinner On 
Us program, a free dinnertime workshop for 
families with infants and young children; 
and much more. 

CSHRC serves a diverse population 
of first time renters, families, minority and 
international students, people from the com- 
munity at large, people with special needs, 
transients as well as students, and students 
from other schools in the area. No doubt 
many of you in the Class of 2000 have 
been through our doors or looked us up 
on-line. We thank you for your support and wish 
you good luck in the years to come! 




Campus Design & Copy, Commuter Services 35 





ance 



Here at UMass, students have the opportunity to flex their creative muscles, literally. Every year, Alive With Dance 
produces a student-run, student-choreographed, and student-performed evening of dance. In the fall, students audition to be 
in work choreographed by other students. Dancers from all backgrounds (about fifty students) participate in this RSO on a 
yearly basis. Unlike past Alive With Dance concerts, this year's production included modern, jazz, lyrical, and contempo- 
rary ballet incorporating multi-media, live music and innovative set design and lighting. 

"With dance as the common thread AWD transforms UMass students into a group of collaborating and aspiring artisits. 
The work that is produced by the student body is dance in its freshest and youngest stage," Melissa Kopeloff, AWD 
President. 

This year's spring production included choreography by Amy Batchelder (Dance '00), Denise Brown (Apparel Market- 
ing '00), Amber Crooker (Dance '00), Irada Djelassi (Dance '00), Vicki Kafka (Dance '00), Melissa Kopeloff (Dance '00), 
Chrystie Lane (Dance '00), Heidi Miller (Dance '00), MiRi Park (Journalism, Dance '00), Aimee Puskar (Education, Dance 
'01), Anne Ramsay (Finance '00) and John Wrzos (Dance '00). 









Tickets Unlimited is a non-pro i 
run business that handles ticket sales for R 
and some off-campus concerts. It functions through 
a consensus decision-making process with each 
member holding the same voting power. TTX works 
closely with the SGA, the Center for Student Busi- 
ness, and the Campus Activities Office. TIX works 
with diverse organizations from the LGBT to 
BMCP to UPC. The members of the office are 1 00% 
responsible for all monies entering RSOs through 
ticket sales. TIX serves on various committees 
throughout the University, including the UC 2000 
and the Programming Board. Entering the world of 
TIX means entering an entire composite of the ad- 
ministrative and academic world of the University. 

Members at TIX come from all backgrounds 
and thought patterns. The group dynamics con- 
stantly challenge each individual to excellence. All 
voices are heard equally so that every new staff 
member changes the direction of the office. There- 
fore, it is always a dynamic environment. Members 
are hired as freshmen and sophomores but stay 
throughout their college careers. TIX looks for fo- 
cused people with strong backgrounds in money 
handling and open attitudes. This year, the business 
employed seven people. 




TIX Unlimited 37 










WaterWatch works in partnership with MASSPIRG at 
UMass, working on environmental education, stream 
monitoring and community cleanups. WaterWatch 
volunteers teach environmental lessons to local schools 
in the Valley. They also research the local rivers and 
streams, with the help of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife 
Services. The volunteers participate in cleanups of local 
rivers and streams, and organize a huge Earth Day 
cleanup. 



WaterWatch volunteers participate in a river cleanup in December, 
1999. 





These WaterWatch volunteers are getting tired of finding trash in the local rivers. They are part of the Source to Sea River Cleanup, October 1999 



f/\ 38 Massachusetts CommunityWaterWatch 





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The Newman Student Association is a 
group of Catholic Christian students whose 
purpose is to serve the spiritual, social, and 
service needs of the community. They see this 
happening as they grow individually and as a 
whole through Christ, realizing their limitations 
and yet having faith in the power of God. This 
faith calls them to be people of God in a family 
of love. 

The members of the Newman Student 
Association wish to congratulate the Class of 
2000 on the completion of their years at the 
University of Massachuetts. Most especially, 
they would like to thank those graduating NSA 
members who shared their time, talents, and 
spirits with them. May God grant you contin- 
ued success and abundant blessings in the fu- 
ture, no matter where the road may lead you. 




*♦♦♦♦♦♦• 



The Newman Student Association 39 





Chi Omega was founded in 1895 at the 
University of Arkansas, Fayettville. It was 
founded on six simple purposes: Friendship, 
High Standards of Personnel, Sincere Learning 
and Creditable Scholarship, Community Service, 
Campus Activities and Career Development. 
From this simple beginning, Chi Omega grew 
to become the second largest women's organi- 
zation and the largest sorority in the country with 
over 250,000 initiated members. 

Founded here at the University in 1941 , the 
Iota Betas have been campus leaders, athletes 
and scholars ever since. This year, the house is 
number one in scholarship. They are proud of 
their phenomenal sisterhoood and wish their se- 
niors the best of luck in all of their endeavors! 
Congratulations! 




f/& 40 Chi Omega 




As the third oldest yearbook in the country, the 
Index has been preserving memories for over 
125 years. Run entirely by a student staff, the 
Index yearbook seeks to capture the spirit and 
experience of a UMass education. The Index 
offers a unique and rewarding experience by 
providing students with the opportunity to learn 
publishing, editing, and managing skills. 



The Index 41 




The UMass Theatre Guild, which turned 94 years-old this 
year, has enjoyed many years of theatrical success. Starting 
out as an Operetta and Music Guild, UMTG is one of the oldest 
remaining Registered Student Organizations at UMass. Over 
the years, UMTG has enjoyed four name changes, adopting 
the current UMass Theatre Guild in 1990. Since that time, 
UMTG has graced the UMass community with two plays and 
two musicals every year. 

UMTG looks to provide a social and educational forum for 
any student to come and participate in theater. All aspects of 
theater, including design, performance, and production, are run 
by students. Recent shows include Guys & Dolls, Noises Off, 
Reckless, Little Shop of Horrors, SubUrbia, The Wiz, and You 
Can 't Take It With You. Along with these shows, UMTG has 
begun expanding into new activities such as a coffee house 
every semester and various other theater related activities. 






Mission Improvable 43 




The UMass Ballroom Dance Club is an organization on 
campus whose goal is to promote interest and knowledge in ballroom 
dancing. This group meets weekly on campus and teaches its mem- 
bers different dances that can accompany classical music to the latest 
popular music. The dances range from ballroom dances such as 
waltzes and foxtrot, to the upbeat swing dancing, where there are 
jumps and throws, to the sensual latin dancing, such as cha cha and 
rumba. The club reaches out to the rest of the student population by 
sponsoring two dances per semester. It has been a success in making 
the world of ballroom more known to the general student body. 

Aside from social dancing, the UMass Ballroom Dance Club 
has a branch that acknowledges the competitive world of ballroom 
dancing. Meeting on weekly basis, the team practices and prepares 
for competitions hosted by other colleges around the eastern part of 
the United States. The UMass Ballroom Dance has made dancing 
more recognized on campus. 



44 Ballroom Dance Club 




The Asian American Students Association was 
I created in 1975 with the mission of serving the needs 
V and interests of and creating a supportive atmosphere 
for the Asian and Asian American students at the 
| University. AASA's goals include advocating unity 
among Asians and Asian Americans as well as promot- 
ing the views, voices, and experiences of Asians and 
Asian American students. AASA strives to provide a 
concrete foundation be it through social, educational, 
and/or political means. AASA also promotes the 
understanding of the Asian and Asian American 
community and its surrounding communities. 





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La Unidad Latina 
Lambda Upsilon Lambda 

fvatemity, Inc. 



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La Unidad Latina, Lambda Upsilon Lambda Frater- 
nity, Incorporated recognizes the importance of focusing the 
strength of many on a common purpose. As a result, the 
Brotherhood emphasizes community involvement, with an 
eye towards leading by example. By organizing and encour- 
aging participation in volunteer efforts, La Hermandad in- 
creases the effectiveness of its ability to provide services to 
those most in need. 

In the cultural arena, every chapter of Lambda Upsi- 
lon Lambda dedicates itself to exploring and propagating the 
vast richness of the Latino heritage. By sharing our history 
and culture with each other and those in the general commu- 
nity, the Brotherhood gains a much better understanding of 
itself, while at the same time raising public consciousness. 
We create an atmosphere where we can be ourselves, and at the 
same time relate to others who share similar backgrounds and 
experiences. Most importantly, in creating a feeling of family, 
every Hermano has a place that he can truly call home, a place 
where he will be respected and supported. In doing so, La 
Undidad Latina, Lambda Upsilon Lambda Fraternity, Incorpo- 
rated redefines the concept of Brotherhood. 




46 Lambda Upsilon Lambda 




ike Co-op 






The UMass Bike Co-op is a 
student run business that serves the 
UMass community. We offer a conve- 
nient, low cost alternative to conven- 
tional bike shops by providing reason- 
ably priced, quality service, and by 
maintaining a forum for our members to 
teach both our customers and each other 
about all aspects of bicycle repair. 

The members of the Bike Co-op 
have enthusiasm for cycling and/or the 
maintenance and repair of bicycles, as 
well as a great interest in gaining the 
educational experience achieved through 
the operation of a successful, student-run 
business. We incorporate the diverse 
knowledge and experience of our mem- 
bers, emphasizing that while mechanical 
expertise is a plus, a strong desire to contribute to our business is our primary criteria. 

Although in the past we operated on a strictly volunteer basis, we have recently been able to implement an appropriate 
payroll system which allows us to offer some financial incentive to our mechanically experienced workers. We now schedule our 
qualified mechanics to work with a less experienced volunteer during our shop hours. Each mechanic is responsible for both his/ 
her own work as well as for training and overseeing the work of the volunteer on his/her shift. 



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College of ^inanities 
and .fine 31rte 



The College of Humanities and Fine 
Arts is one of the largest and most 
diverse in this University. It encom- 
passes departments ranging from 
Music and Dance to Foreign Lan- 
guages. Every student in the Univer- 
sity will have some connection with 
this college, whether they are major- 
ing in one of the departments or 
taking the time to enjoy a Theater 
Department production or the UMass 
Marching Band. 

The College of Fine Arts and Hu- 
manities has received several honors 
in the past few years. The Foreign 
Languages department's doctoral 
program was rated first in the nation. 
In addition the faculty of the College 
of Fine Arts and Humanities have 
published more than 20 books in the 
past year. 



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54 College of Humanites and Fine Arts 



Che College of /Natural Sciences 

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The College of Natural Sciences and 
Mathematics provides a high quality 
education for all of its students. 
Whatever field interests a student, 
from medicine to physics, he or she 
can find great opporunities in this 
college. 

All of the departments in this college 
are extremely active. The campus 
chapter of the Society of Physics 
Students was recently ranked first in 
the north east. Also, the College of 
Natural Sciences and Mathematics is 
home to the Department of Polymer 
Sciences which was ranked first in 
the Nation. 




College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics 55 



OMASS 



Che College 
of foetal and 



Behavioral 



^cienees 



The College of Social and Behavioral Sci- 
ences encompasses such important depart- 
ments as psychology, sociology, legal stud- 
ies, and criminal justice. This college pre- 
pares a vast number of people for their 
careers. For example the psychology depart- 
ment alone has more than one thousand 
undergraduates. 

Students from the College of Social and 
Behavioral Sciences can go on to a broad 
variety of professions, from lawyers and police 
officers, to psychologists and social workers. 
Whatever field a student chooses, he or she 
can find opportunities in this academically 
diverse college. 



56 College of Social and Behavioral Sciences 





Che College of 
Engineering 



The College of Engineering is one of 
the most important colleges on 
campus. The College of Engineering 
trains its students in the most modern 
technologies available. Each of the 
programs in engineering is strong, 
and many of them are nationally 
ranked. The College of Engineering 
also sponsors programs for minorities 
and women in engineering, better 
serving these groups of students. 

Students in the College of Engineer- 
ing can choose from a wide variety 
of fields from Chemical Engineering 
to Mechanical Engineering. In 
addition, the College of Engineering 
sponsors distance learning and 
outreach programs to make the 
UMass education a viable option for 
all. 




College of Engineering 57 



Che College of food and 
/Natural Kesources 



The College of Food and Natural 
Resources is dedicated to fulfilling the 
purpose of a land grant University by 
providing a quality education to all 
students. Students of the College of 
Food and Natural Resources are in- 
structed in the four cornerstones of this 
college: Applied Management, Envi- 
ronment, Planning and Design, and 
Plant and Animal Systems. 



The College of Food and Natural 
resources houses the Stockbridge 
School of Agriculture which has trained 
people in the sciences of land manage- 
ment and husbandry since 1918, pro- 
ducing more than 9,000 graduates. The 
College of Food and Natural Resources 
sponsors the Massachusetts Agricultural 
Experiment Station. 



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COLLEGE of FOOD _ 
NATURAL RESOURCES! 
i ACADEMIC PROGRAMS 

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58 College of Food and Natural Resources 




Che School of 



The School of Nursing is committed 
to providing quality education for all 
of its students. The School of Nursing 
follows the guidelines of the Ameri- 
can Nurses Association to ensure that 
each of its students is fully qualified 
to enter into the field after graduation. 

The College of Nursing, while one of 
the smaller schools in the university, 
is making great strides to preserve its 
autonomy on campus. The College 
of Nursing has a brand new, $7 
million building in the works. This 
year the college is sponsoring a 
"Research Day" to highlight the 
work of both students and faculty in 
the college. These are both great 
achievements of a college that went 
from having 18 graduates in 1988 to 
more than 600 enrolled less than ten 
years later. 




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Che School of 



The School of Public Health at the 
University of Massachusetts is the only 
such state funded school in the common- 
wealth! This college is devoted to in- 
structing its students in procedure to pro- 
mote health and well being and prevent 
disease. 



This schools encourages its faculty to 
work in the field, investigating issues in 
public health. The school sponsors 
numerous outreach programs to benefit 
the communities of western Massachu- 
setts. Above all, this school is commit- 
ted to providing its students with the 
skills necessary to promote effective 
public health for all. 



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PUBLIC HEALTH & 
HEALTH SCIENCES 





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The School of Education is committed to 
preparing its students to be the best teach- 
ers possible. The school of education offers 
a rigorous course of study designed to 
produce teachers ready to handle the 
diverse environments of schools today. 
The School of Education stands at the 
forefront of the discussion in Massachu- 
setts about education and teacher certifica- 
tion. This school is preparing and imple- 
menting new programs in conjunction with 
commonwealth college and other depart- 
ments to ensure that the teachers from 
UMass are the best qualified in the field. 




School of Education 61 



Che School of 
/l^nagement 



The School of Management is 
paving the way into the 21 s1 century 
with high quality programs designed 
to prepare its students for careers in 
management. This school encour- 
ages its faculty and students to 
pursue research in fields that are of 
importance to the university and the 
fields related to management in 
general. 

Students in this school have many 
options of study from the basic study 
of managing complex situations in a 
business environment to the tech- 
niques and principles of accounting 
and financial management. A student 
of this school is certain to be pre- 
pared for the future because of the 
vast amounts of time and money that 
are put in by the school and its 
departments. 








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Commonwe 
College 



The 1999-2000 school year marks the inaugural 
the Commonwealth College. The Commonwealth Coile| 
is the new honors program at UMass. It was created to 
provide gifted and talented students at UMass with the 
same opportunities of a prestigious private college along 
with the resources available at a public University. 

Students in the Commonwealth College are encouraged to 
do research in their field. In fact, each student in Common- 
wealth College is required to pursue an independent re- 
search project with the department of their major. In addi- 
tion, Commonwealth College students are required to 
complete computer literacy and public speaking require- 
ments in order to make them more competitive in today's 
technologically advanced and demanding job market. 





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Commonwealth College 63 



Teaching, Research, Outreach and 

Advisor Awards 



The Distinguished Teaching Award, established in 1962 and original 
called the Metawampe Award, is considered the most prestigious prize at the 
University for excellence in the classroom. The faculty that receive this award 
are given a monetary award of $3000 and the teaching assistant receive $2000. 
The nominations for this award are made by current and former students. A 
committee comprised of faculty, undergraduates, and preious graduate student 
winners choose the winners. 

The three professors who received the Distinguished Teaching Award 
for the 1999-2000 academic year are Classics Professor Marios Philippides, 
Chemistry Associated Professor William Vining, and Communication 
Professory Sut Jhally. The teaching assistants who received the distinguished 
awards were Steven Syminton of Environmental Science and Thomas Kealey 
of English. 

Biology Professor William Bemis, Natural Science Conservation Pro- 
fessor Todd Fuller, Polymer Science and Engineering Professor Thomas 



McCarthy, and Art Professor Richard Yarte Received the Samuel J. Com 
Faculty Fellowship. 

The Fellowship recipients receive a one year's leave from teachin 
and $3000 to pursue graduate education, creative work, or research. Nomi 
nations are made by department head and the winners are chosen by th 
Faculty Senate's Research Council. 

The Distinguished Outreach Award is given to recognize the ex 
cellence of a faculty member toacademic outreach. The award also honor 
faculty who fulfill the outreach component of the University Mission State 
ment. 

The Distinguished Outreach Award was given to Anthropology 
Professor Art Keene and Landscape Architecture Professor John Mullin. 

Assistant Director of the Arts and Sciences Advising Sandr, 
Pirrello and Academic Coordinator of the Biology Department and Assis 
tant Professor Bruce Byers received the Outstanding Advisors Award. 





Marios Philippedes 



Bill Vining 



Sut Jhally 




Thomas Kealey 



Bruce Byers 



Sandra Pirello 



Steven Symington 
64 Teaching, Research, Outreach and Advisor Awards 







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Junior Dan Schneider 
celebrates with his 
teammates after 
making the play. 



Quarterback 

Todd 

Bankhead 

goes deep as 

the team 

marches 

down the 

field. 




1999 UMass Football Season Recap 



Date Opponent 


Score 


9/11 NEW HAMPSHIRE 


W 34-19 


9/18 Villanova 


L 26-21 


9/25 Toledo 


L24-3 


10/2 HOFSTRA 


L 27-14 


10/9 NORTHEASTERN 


W77-0 


10/16 Maine 


W 38-17 


10/23 Delaware 


W 26-19 


10/30 RHODE ISLAND 


W31-9 


11/6 Richmond 


W33-6 


11/13 William & Mary 


W 25-16 


1 1/20 UCONN 


W 62-20 


NCAA First Round 




11/27 Furman 


W 30-23 (OT) 


NCAA Quarterfinals 




12/4 Georgia Southern 


L 38-21 


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Senior Sean Higgins staves off the 
defender in an effort to recover the 
loose ball. 



Football 





Defending National 

Champs enjoy another 

successful campaign 

This year's UMass football team came into this season 
with both confidence and high hopes of another Championship 
run. Last year's magical season had restored the tradition of 
great UMass football, and this season turned into a continuation 
of that effort. After a slow 1-3 start, the defending national 
champions turned it up a notch and ended the regular season on 
a seven game winning streak. 

A second straight trip to the NCAA Tournament was 
in order with a remarkable overtime win in the first round, be- 
fore coming up just short in the quarterfinals. 

This ended another remarkable season for the UMass 
football team; a season that should be looked back on as part of 
the catalyst that started a great tradition of UMass football. 

Senior quarterback Todd Bankhead 
(left) looks to hand off the ball, while 
Marcel Shipp (below) runs towards 
the endzone for the score. 



" Time spent 
with the guys 
just being guys, 
having fun... that 
is what I will 
miss the most." 
- Joe Abasciano 



Football 67 





1999 Field Hockev 


Season Recap 




Date 


Opp 


Score 


Date Opp 


Score 


9/1 


COLGATE 


W, 4-0 


10/16 La Salle 


W,2-l 


9/4 


VIrGINIA 


L,2-l 


10/17 WestChester 


W.3-2 


9/8 


BOSTON COLLEGE W, 1-0 


10/22 ST. JOSEPH'S 


W,2-0 


9/12 


MARYLAND 


L,7-0 


10/24 TEMPLE 


W,3-0 


9/18 


JAMES MADISON 


L, 1-0 


10/26 DARTMOUTH 


W,2-l 


9/25 


North Carolina 


L.4-1 


10/31 Northeastern 


W,2-0 


9/26 


Duke 


L,2-l 


Atlantic 10 Tournament 




9/29 


HARVARD 


W.3-2 


11/06 Rhode Island 


W,5-0 


10/3 


UConn 


L,4-l 


NCAA Play-in Game 




10/6 


Boston 


L, 2-1 


11/09 California 


W,3-0 


10/9 


RHODE ISLAND 


W.4-2 


NCAA Tournament 




10/11 


Syracuse 


L,2-l 


11/13 Boston College 


W,2-l 


10/13 


PROVIDENCE 


W,2-l 


11/14 UConn 


L,2-l 




Field Hockey 




Junior Patty Robinson moves the 
ball do wn field to get her team in a 
good position to score. 





Teammates 
rejoice after 
another 
thrilling 
victory during 
the eleven 
game winning 
streak. 



"I am going to miss going to 
practice everyday and getting 
to play with my friends. It 
almost brings you back to el- 
ementary school.. .almost like 
recess." 
- Christine Millbauer 

1999 Squad turns in another 
impressive season 



The 1999 Field 
Hockey team had a 
season that will be 
looked back on as one 
of the greatest in the 
UMass program's his- 
tory. This season 
marked the second in 
four years that the 
Minutewomen have 
gone undefeated in the 
Atlantic 10 Confer- 
ence, a conference 
which they have won 
four consecutive years. 
This season featured an 
eleven game mid-sea- 
son winning streak, 
and landed the team in 
the NCAA tournament. 
For the first time in the 



last four years, the 
Minutewomen advanced 
to the Elite Eight of the 
NCAA tournament. This 
team 
had a 
very 
strong 
season, 
not only 
playing 
one of 
t h e 
hardest 
sched- 
ules in 
t h e 

country, but playing for a 
school that has built a tra- 
dition of Field Hockey 
success. This is some- 
thing that this team contin- 
ued this season. 




Field Hockey 69 



Men's 
Water Polo 



Coming off of last seasons success this years men's water polo 
team had a significant task ahead of them. In the end, they prevailed 
with an immense amount of victories. They finished the season with 
a total of twenty-nine and six, which is an indisputable triumph. 
Opening the season with a fifteen to one win against Navy Invita- 
tional, the team then headed to the Eastern Championships. Since 
1987 the Minutemen have historically dominated this particular 
competition. And, to maintain and persevere this distinguished 
record, they came in first place, which included a ticket to the 
NCAA tournament. This year would represent their sixth appear- 
ance at the NCAA tournament, with the two years previous coming 
in a notable place of fourth. Again, they kept up their astounding 
season, and finished the year with an impressive national third place 
standing. Which not only is the highest finish in school history, but 
is also an end to a phenomenal run. 




1999 Men's Wateroolo 




Season Recap 




Date 


Opponent 


Score 


9/4 


Navy 


W5-1 


9/4 


George Washington 


W9-6 


9/5 


Navy 


W9-3 


9/5 


St. Francis 


L12-7 


9/11 


HARVARD 


W14-5 


9/11 


BOSTON COLLEGE 


W22-6 


9/11 


BROWN 


W25-9 


9/12 


MIT 


W12-5 


9/19 


Princeton 


W10-8 


9/25 


Lehman 


W10-3 


9/25 


U.S.M.M Academy 


W 20-11 


9/26 


Fordam 


W17-3 


10/1 


Salem Teikyo 


W16-8 


10/2 


Gearge Washington 


W8-6 


10/2 


Bucknell 


W9-5 


10/3 


Navy 


W13-6 


10/9 


St. Francis (NY) 


L 13-11 


10/10 


Queens 


W8-5 


10/10 


Iona 


W 17-10 


10/16 


George Washington 


W12-7 


10/16 


Queens 


L9-7 


10/16 


St. Francis (NY) 


L 13-11 


10/23 


Bucknell 


W15-7 


10/23 


Princeton 


W 12-10 


10/24 


St. Francis 


W8-5 


10/30 


Boston College 


W14-6 


!0/30 


Queens 


W6-3 


10/31 


St. Francis (PA) 


W13-7 


Eastern Championships 




11/14 


St. Francis 


W10-7 


NCAA Championships 




12/4 


UCLA 


L14-6 


12/5 


UC San Diego 


W12-9 



70 Water Polo 



"It is an unbelievable feeling 
of handling the pressure and responsibil- 
ity of being a student athlete" 

- Ryan Gray 



Justin Houck 

is only a 

freshman, but 

he is already 

showing the 

ability that 

could continue 

the teams 

prestigious 

record. 



Up in the air and ready to make one of the sa ves that will help the Minutemen to beat 
Boston College, 22-6. 





Water Polo 71 



Women's Water Polo 




72 Women's Water Polo 




2000 Women's Water Polo Results 


Opponent 


Re 


Indiana 


8-3, 


Harvard 


9-3, W 


Princeton 


5-4, L 


Brown 


16-5, W 


Harvard 


12-5, W 


Queens 


14-5, W 


Cal 


7-1, W 


UC Davis 


6-2, L 


San Jose State 


5-2, L 


Pacific 


4-3, W 


Yale 


16-3, W 


Dartmouth 


16-0, W 


Mt. Holyoke 


5-0, W 


Brown 


16-6, W 


Brown 


14-2, W 


Mt. Holyoke 


5-0, W 


Brown 


12-4, W 


Yale 


16-1, W 


Dartmouth 


21-1, W 


Harvard 


10-4, W 


Villanova 


8-6, W 


Princeton 


8-5, L 


Brown 


11-2, W 


New England 




Championship 


6-2, W 


Slippery Rock 


16-4, W 


Iona 


16-1, W 


Eastern Championship 




Semi-Final 


8-4, W 


Eastern Championship 




Final 


6-4, L 


National Championship 


8-4, W 


National Championship 


9-6, W 


National Championship 


4-3, W 




Women's Water Polo 73 



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Men's 
Tennis 



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74 Men's Tennis 




1999-2000 Men's Tennis Results 


Opponent 


Results 


Northeast Intercollegiate 




Championship 


TBA 


Vermont 


7-0, W 


Colgate 


TBA 


Boston 


TBA 


Bucknell 


TBA 


Boston College 


5-2, W 


Connecticut 


6-1, W 


Boston 


7-0, W 


Connecticut Invitational 


TBA 


Rhode Island 


7-0, W 


Rolex Championship 


TBA 


Cornell Invitational 


TBA 


Army/Seton Hall 


TBA 


Brown 


TBA 


George Washington 


TBA 


Bloomsburg 


TBA 


Maryland 


6-1, W 


Barry 


TBA 


Lamar 


TBA 


Temple 


7-0, L 


Villanova 


5-2, L 


Hartford 


5-2, W 


Fordham 


7-0, W 


Atlantic 10 Championship 


5-0, L 


St. John's 


TBA 


Stoney Brook 


TBA 




Men's Tennis 75 



Forward Seth Lilburn fights for the ball as 
his competitor gets knocked to the ground. 



Men's 
Soccer 



As Todd Baron, a midfielder of the men's soccer 
team, said, "We did a complete turnaround." Going from 
last season's mild record of 4-12 to an impressive 13-7 
shows a drastic improvement. Not only was their season an 
improvement, but their total wins were the third most in 
school history. Seven returning starters and the commendable 
finish to last year (winning their last two games) evidently 
initiated their newfound optimism. This exhilaration and skill 
guided them through a terrific season and lead them to the 
Atlantic 10 Championship. Their successful year was ended 
by a defeat at the hands of the Rhode Island Rams. 



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Sophomore Fred Kinateder is deter- 
mined to gain control of the ball. 



76 Men's Soccer 




1999 Men's Soccer Season Recap 


Date Opponent 


Score 


9/1 New Hampshire 


L 1-0 


9/3 Jacksonville 


L3-1 


9/5 Georgia State 


W6-2 


9/7 Hartford 


Wl-0 


9/11 MAINE 


W2-0 


9/12 BOSTON UNIV. 


L2-0 


9/17 SIENA 


W3-0 


9/19 WASHINGTON 


W3-2 


9/25 Rhode Island 


L4-0 


10/1 TEMPLE 


W3-1 


10/3 ST. JOSEPH'S 


W7-0 


10/8 G. WASHINGTON 


W3-1 


10/10 VIRGINIA TECH 


W4-2 


10/15 Xavier 


L3-2 


10/17 Dayton 


W2-1 


10/22 LA SALLE 


W2-1 


10/24 FORDHAM 


W5-2 


10/29 DUQUESNE 


W2-0 


10/31 St. Bonaventure 


L 1-0 


Atlantic 10 Tournament 




11/5 Rhode Island 


L7-0 



Bo Cassidyis on the move with no one in sight. 




Junior Patrick Beattie became airborne in his attempts to fend off 
three of his opponents. 



" Our record wasn't the 
best it has ever been. 
But, the people, the di- 
versity, and the game 
weplayed made it the 
best season of my four 

years." 
- Todd Fowler 



Men's Soccer 77 



DMASS 



Teammates embrace (right) af- 
ter yet another impressive vic- 
tory. 





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Junior midfielder Brooke 

Bartlett (# 5) and senior 

captrain Emma Kurowski 

(#2) congratulate each 

othjer after the play. 





Junior Brooke Bartlett concentrates on the ball as she tries to score 
for the Minutewomen. 



ff& 1H Women's Soccer 



1999 Women's Soccer Season Recap 



Date Opponent 


Score 


9/1 Albany 


W6-0 


9/4 Syracuse 


T2-2 


9/11 ALA-BIRMINGHAM 


W 1-0 


9/12 TEXAS CHRISTIAN 


L2-1 


9/24 UCONN 


L4-3 


9/26 RHODE ISLAND 


W3-2 


10/1 Temple 


W4-2 


10/3 St. Joseph's 


W5-1 


10/8 George Washington 


W2-1 


10/10 Virginia Tech 


W 1-0 


10/15 XAVIER 


W5-1 


10/17 DAYTON 


L3-1 


10/22 La Salle 


W2-0 


10/24 Fordham 


W4-1 


10/29 DUSQUESNE 


W 1-0 


10/31 ST. BONA VENTURE 


L 1-0 


Atlantic 10 Tournament 




11/6 XAVIER 


L5-1 




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The 1999 Women's Soccer team made 
great strides this year to continue the 
great tradition of successful women's 
soccer at UMass. A season that started 
with many questions turned into another 
great year for the soccer program. The 
season was highlighted by senior Emma 
Kurowski breaking the school's all-time 
scoring record. Along with Kurowski 's 
record breaking season, the team also 
had a mid-season six game winning 
streak to help propel them into the 
Atlantic 10 Tournament. The team 
compiled an 11-5-1 record during the 
season, to turn this season of questions 
into a season of success. 



" Being on a sports team automatically 
makes you part of the school. It is awe- 
some to be a part of a team in the UMass 
Athletic Department." 
- Emma Kurowski 




Sophomore midfielder Sarah Cook rushes towards the ball as she 
tries to move it up fie Id towards the goal. 



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Women's Volleyball 



This season began with high 
hopes of improving the teams 
record, and according to the 
ending results of sixteen wins 
and thirteen losses they clearly 
ameliorated from last year. 
Beginning with a rough start of 
three consecutive losses they 
picked up their spirits with a 
well deserved clean sweep over 
SetonHall. They placed fifth in 
the conference, and ended the 
season with a loss to George 
Washington. The two seniors, 
Jill Meyers and Kari 



Hogancamp, had an impressive 
year. Both went to Atlantic 10 
All-Conference Volleyball 
Team, and both were eligible 
and became members of the 
1,000 Kills and 1,000 Digs 
Club. Hogancamp was a two 
time Atlantic lOPlayer-of-The- 
Week, and was also Athlete- 
of-The-Week-Honors. Not 
only did the departing seniors 
have an astounding year, their 
coach, was inducted into the 
Connecticut Volleyball Hall of 
Fame. 



1999 Women's Volleyball Recap 



10/02 


Dusquense 


W3-0 


10/05 


BROWN 


W3-0 


10/08 


TEMPLE 


L3-0 


10/09 


LA SALLE 


W3-0 


10/15 


George Washington 


W3-2 


10/16 


Virginia Tech 


L3-1 


10/22 


Xavier 


L3-0 


10/23 


Dayton 


L3-1 


10/30 


RHODE ISLAND 


W3-0 


11/02 


Connecticut 


L3-0 


11/05 


DUQUESNE 


W3-0 


11/06 


FORDHAM 


W3-0 


11/12 


La Salle 


W3-0 


11/13 


Temple 


L3-1 


11/19 


VIRGINIA TECH 


W3-0 


11/20 


George Washington 


L3-2 




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1999 Women's Crew Results 




Opponent 


Result 


Head of the Corrinn 


1st 


Boston College 


1st 


New Hampshire 




Kansas 




Boston University 




Villanova 


1st 


Virginia 


2nd 


Northeastern 


TBA 


Columbia 




Dartmouth 


TBA 


Cornell 






It's Getting 
Harrier Around Here 



The Men's Cross Country team finished their season by placing 15th in the 
NCAA East Regional qualifier where they competed against thirty two other 
teams. This year the Minuteman saw a surprising group of underclassmen emerge 
from their team. Hopefully, this group of underclassmen can fill the void left 
behind by a pair of two gifted seniors, Matt Ely and Sean Murphy. 





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Results 





Boston College 
University of Connecticut 
Iona 

New Hampshire 

Vermont 

Boston University 
Maine 

Meet of Champions 

New England Champions 

Atlantic 10 Chamionship 



NCAA Northeast Regional 






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Results 



Boston College 
University of Connecticut 
New Hampshire 

Vermont 

Central Connecticut 

Boston University 

Meet of Champions 

New England Championship 

Atlantic 10 Championship 

NCAA Northeast Regional 



Outcome 
2nd 



3rd 

8th 
8th 
1st 
12th 






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The Thrill of Vict*. 
The Agony of 
My Feet 

The Minutewomen ended their season at the NCAA East Regional. 
Senior Nicole Way, sophomore Kristin Cisowski, and junior Melissa Henderson 
led the Minutewomen to a 12th place finish among 34 teams. The 
Minutewomen 's season included a fifth straight Atlantic 10 conference title 
and four team members earning All- Atlantic 10 honors. Nicole Way lead the 
team in the last four meets of the season. 




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Men's Gymnastics 



1999-2000 Men's 


Gymnastics Results 


Opponent 




Results 


Umass Open 




TBA 


West Point Open 




TBA 


West Point Open 




213.90, 2nd 


Penn State 




214.20, L 


Navy 




222.05-214.8, W 


MIT w/ Vermot 




218.80, 1st 


Southern Connecticut w/ 




MIT 




222.750, W 


Michigan 




231.125-221.225, L 


Temple 




220.025, L 


New Englands 




221.70, 1st 


Army 




TBA 


ECAC Team 






Champions 


ship 


224.20, 1st 










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Women 's 
Gymnastics 



2000 Women's Gymnastics Results 




Opponent 


Results 




New Hampshire 


192.925-191.950, 


L 


Florida w/ Penn State 


TBA 




West Virginia 


TBA 




Penn State 


194.825-193.100, 


L 


Rhode Island w/ 






Rutgers & Brown 


TBA 




Temple 


193.275-187.925, 


W 


MIT 


190.675-174.775, 


W 


Bridgeport 


193.825-188.375, 


W 




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Men 's Swimming 

and Dive 













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1999-2000 Men's Swimming 


5 and Diving Results 


Opponent 


Result 


St. John's 


147-86, W 


Columbia 


163-137, L 


Syracuse Invitational 


204-131, L 


Connecticut 


141-90, W 


Miami 


179-81, W 


Rhode Island 


1st 


Maryland Baltimore County 


121-116, L 


Rutgers 


TBA 


Fordham 


TBA 





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Women 's Swimming 

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1999-2000 Women's Swimming and Dive Results 



Opponent 


Results 


St. John's 


138-82, W 


Syracuse Invitational 


216-127, L 


Miami 


135-127, L 


Rhode Island Invitational 


1st 


Maryland Baltimore County 


137-106, W 


Rutgers 


TBA 


Fordham 


TBA 


Atlantic 10 Championship 


3rd 



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Scoreboard 


Acadia 


L,4-l 


Colgate 


L, 3-0 


Northeastern 


L,4-l 


Boston College 


L,4-l 


Army 


W, 1-0 


UMass-Lowell 


T, 2-2 


New Hampshire 


L,2-l 


Merrimack 


L.4-3 


Connecticut 


W.7-4 


Vermont 


T, 3-3 


Union 


W,5-l 


Boston University 


L,2-l 


Boston University 


L, 4-3 


Notre Dame 


W.4-3 


Notre Dame 


L,5-3 


Northern Michigan 


L, 3-0 


Harvard 


W,4-2 


St. Lawrence 


W.3-2 


Providence 


W.2-1 


Providence 


W.3-1 


Maine 


L.4-2 


Northeastern 


L,4-2 


Northeastern 


L, 3-2 


Merrimack 


W, 5-3 


Merrimack 


T, 0-0 | 


Providence 


W.4-3 


UMass-Lowell 


T, 3-3 


Maine 


L, 5-2 


Maine 


L.5-2 


Boston College 


L.2-0 


Boston College 


W,5-l 


New Hampshire 


T, 3-3 


New Hampshire 


L, 5-1 


Boston College 


L,4-2 


(Hockey East Playoffs) 


Boston College 


L.5-2 


(Hockey East Playoffs) 



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The Minutemen finished their season against Boston 
University in the Hockey East Quarterfinals, where they fell to 
the Terriors in a best of three series. The Minutemen finished 
their 1999-2000 season with an overall record of 1 1-20-5 and a 
5-15-4 record against teams in the Hockey East. 

At the end of the season, the Minutemen also saw the 
departure of their long time coach, Joe Mallen. Mallen leaves 
the team after seven years with a record of 77-144-18. Coach 
Mallen came to the team in attempt to rebuild the hockey pro- 
gram after a fourteen year absence. With Mallen at the helm, 
the team had some important wins over national ranked teams 
including Boston College, Maine, and New Hampshire. 






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Opponent 
Columbia 


Results 

4-3, L 


St. John's 


8-1, W 


Dartmouth 


TBA 


Connecticut 


8-1, W 


ECAC Championship 
ITA Rolex Championship 
Cornell Invitational 


TBA 
TBA 
TBA 


Yale 


TBA 


Princeton 


TBA 


Army 
Colgate 


TBA 
TBA 


Brown 


TBA 


Dartmouth 


TBA 


Barry 
Temple 
Seton Hall 


TBA 

5-4, L 
5-1, L 


Fairfield 
Fordham 


6-0, W 
6-3, W 


Williams 


7-2, L 


Rhode Island 


7-2, W 


Atlantic 10 Championship 
Atlantic 10 Championship 
Atlantic 10 Championship 


4-3, W 
5-1, L 

5-3, W 




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Turning Points 




Iona 


W, 85-77 


Connecticut 


L, 79-65 


Marshall 


L, 65-55 


Boston University 


W, 70-51 


Boston College 


W, 74-67 


Villanova 


W, 52-51 


Detroit 


L, 63-59 


Florida State 


W, 69-60 


Southern Illinois 


L, 65-63 


American 


W, 102-65 


Boston College 


L, 83-59 


Providence 


L, 61-60 


St. Bonaventure 


L, 70-60 


Fordham 


W, 82-52 


St. Joseph's 


W, 73-69 


Dayton 


L, 57-52 


Rhode Island 


W, 89-50 


Duquesne 


W, 84-75 


Virginia Tech 


W, 49-41 


Temple 


L, 75-48 


Texas 


L, 68-57 


La Salle 


W, 82-48 


Xavier 


L, 87-72 


Fordham 


W, 81-72 


St. Joseph's 


W, 76-65 


Rhode Island 


W, 57-37 




Temple 


L, 72-54 




George Washington 


L, 87-86 




St. Bonaventure 


L, 86-69 




Duquesne 


W, 77-52 




(A- 10 First Round) 






George Washington 


W, 86-68 




(A- 10 Quarterfinal) 






Temple 


L, 54-47 




(A- 10 Semi Final) 






Siena 


L, 66-65 




(NIT First Round) 










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98 Men's Basketball 




The University of Massachusetts' basketball team, as part of the 32-team Na- 
tional Invitation Tournament, played against Siena in Albany, New York at the Pepsi 
Arena on March 16. 

Led by senior guard, Monty Mack, who averaged 19.7 points and 3.3 re- 
bounds per game and senior forward Chris Kirkland, averaging 14.9 points and 6.2 
rebounds, the Minutemen entered the NIT with an overall total of 17-15. 

Last appearing at the NIT in 1 99 1 , this accounts for the ninth time this team has 
been a part of the Tournament. This team has an all-time mark of 5-9 in NIT games 
and has advanced to this Tournament in 1970, 1971, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1977 and 
1990. 



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Women 's 
Basketball 




100 Women's Basketball 





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Opponent 




Latvia Select Team 




Clemson 




UNC-Charlotte 




Holy Cross 


78-65, L 


Boston College 


60-45, L 


New Hampshire 


60-58, L 


Rice 


59-58, L 


New Mexico State 


65-38, W 


Stanford 


74-69, W 


Rhode Island 


66-50, W 


Furman 


60-54, W 


William & Mary 


60-54, L 


Rutgers 


66-52, L 


La Salle 


61-57, W 


St. Bonaventure 


65-42, W 


Xavier 


68-60, L 


Dayton 


71-65, W 


Fordham 


61-54, W 


St. Bonaventure 


76-72, L 


Temple 


69-42, W 


St. Joseph's 


62-49, L 


Temple 


42-40, K 


Dusquesne 


53-51, W 


Virginia Tech 


66-45, L 


George Washington 


67-54, W 


St. Joseph's 


66-41, L 


Fordham 


66-42, W 


Rhode Island 


54-46, W 


Virginia Tech 


58-54, W 


George Washington 


66-55, L 



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Opponent 

Connecticut with Boston College 

Central Connecticut 

Rhode Island 


Resii: 
89.5, 3rd 


Brown with Northeastern 
Southern Connecticut 


95, 5th 


Connecticut with Brown 

Princeton 

Providence 


TBA 


Penn Relays 


TBA 


Yale Invitational 


TBA 


Atlantic 10 Championships 


133, 2nd 


New England Championships 


62.5, 3rd 


ICAA Championships 


24, 14th 




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Women's 

Outdoor Track 

& Field 




104 Women's Outdoor Track & Field 




Women's Outdoor Track & Field 


Opponent 

Darthmouth with Vermont 

New Hampshire and 

Maine 


Results 
16 pts., ;.' 


Brown with Northeastern 
Southern Connecticut 


92 pts. 3rd 


Connecticut with Brown 
Boston College 
Rhode Island and 
Providence 


TBA 


Penn Relays 


TBA 


Yale Invitational 


TBA 


Atlantic 10 Championships 


119 pts., 3rd 


New England 

Championships 


37 pts., 8th 


ECAC Championships 


8 pts., 26th 




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Men's Lacrosse 




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Men's Lacrosse Results 


Opponent 


Result 


Hofstra 


10-7, L 


Stony Brook 


17-4, W 


Navy 


6-3, L 


Vermont 


14-6, W 


Butler 


12-9, W 


Boston College 


17-5, W 


Penn State 


11-8, L 


UMBC 


9-8, L 


Loyola 


21-10, L 


Harvard 


10-9, W 


Georgetown 


19-18, L 


Syracuse 


17-7, L 


Rutgers 


16-11, W 


Brown 


14-10, L ! 




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Women's Lacrosse 



Women's Lacrosse Results 


Opponent 


Results 


Harvard 


7-6, L 


Cornell 


10-6, L 


Syracuse 


8-3, L | 


Vermont 


17-2, W 


New Hampshire 


13-12, W 


Hofstra 


9-7, L 1 


Dartmouth 


10-6, L j 


St. Bonaventure 


19-2, W 


Dusquesne 


11-1, W 


Virginia Tech 


8-6, L 


St. Josephs 


18-8, W 


Temple 


5-3, W 


Connecticut 


7-6, W 


North Carolina 


12-6, L 


La Salle 


14-6, W 


Atlantic 10 




Semi-Finals 


10-9, W 


Atlantic 10 




Championships 


3-2, W 




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Baseball 





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Baseball Results 




Opponent 


Results 


Florida 


11-9, L 


Florida 


7-1, L 


Florida 


7-5, L 


South Florida 


8-4, L 


South Florida 


9-4, L 


South Florida 


10-4, L 


Canisius 


4-0, W 


La Salle 


5-3, W 


La Salle 


10-5, W 


La Salle 


9-1, W 


Quinnipiac 


5-4, W 


Holy Cross 


6-1, W 


Yale 


7-0, W 


Yale 


TBA 


Hartford 


10-6, L 


UConn 


6-5, L 


Dayton 


15-5, W 


Dayton 


8-7, W 


Dayton 


4-3, L 


Virginia Tech 


7-6, L 


Virginia Tech 


15-11, W 


Virginia Tech 


13-0, L 


Northeastern 


8-6, L 


Temple 


14-3, W 


Temple 


2-1, L 


Temple 


9-9, T 


UConn 


12-5, L 


Vermont 


8-2, W 


Fordham 


4-2, L 


Fordham 


3-2, W 


Fordham 


5-3, W 


Boston College 


4-1, W 


Northeastern 


13-8, W 


Rhode Island 


3-1, W 


Rhode Island 


3-1, W 


Rhode Island 


2-1, L 


Siena 


17-0, W 


Harvard 


9-8 L 


St. Bonaventure 


3-1, W 


St. Bonaventure 


9-3, L 


St. Bonaventure 


13-3, L 


Maine 


TBA 


St. Joseph's 


3-1, L 


St. Joseph's 


8-4, W 


St. Joseph's 


7-0, W i 


Virginia Tech 


4-3, L 


St. Bonaventure 


6-5, W 


Virginia Tech 


9-6, L 


George Washington 


9-8, W ! 





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Softball Results 




Opponent 


Results 


Stanford 


9-7, L 


Georgia 


4-2, L 


UNLV 


4-3, L 


Cal State-Fullerton 


8-1, L 


Arizona State 


6-0, L 


Oklahoma 


9-2, L 


Mississippi State University 


7-0, L 


Stanford 


7-0, L 


Oklahoma State 


11-2, L 


Boston College 


6-0, W 


Hofstra 


6-0, L ! 


Georgia Southern 


7-0, W 


University of South Florida 


4-2, L 


Perm State 


2-1, W 


University of North Carolina 


3-2, W 


Mississippi State University 


4-1, L 


Florida 


4-3, L 


Illinois - Chicago 


4-2, W 


Illinois - Chicago 


7-5, L 


Georgia State 


2-0, W 


Furman 


2-0, W | 


Florida A&M 


9-5, L 


Michigan 


3-0, L 


Northern Iowa 


6-3, W 


Georgia Southern 


8-0, W 


Princeton University 


5-2, W 


Princeton University 


5-4, L 


Syracuse University 


2-0, W 


Syracuse University 


7-4, W 


Central Connecticut 


7-0, W 


Central Connecticut 


9-0, W 


Virginia Tech 


7-5, W 


Virginia Tech 


3-1, L 


Rutgers 


TBA 


Rutgers 


TBA 


St. Joseph's 


6-1, W 


St. Joseph's 


5-4, L 


Temple 


9-1, W 


Temple 


1-0, W 


Harvard 


TBA 


Harvard 


TBA 


Fordham 


5-1, W 


Fordham 


12-1, W 


La Salle 


9-0, W 


La Salle 


11-0, W 


UConn 


5-4, W 


St. Bonaventure 


6-2, W 


St. Bonaventure 


9-1, W 


Dayton 


3-1, L 


Dayton 


2-0, W 


Boston College 


3-1, W 


Boston College 


5-1, W 


Brown 


6-1, W 


Brown 


9-1, W 


Rhode Island 


13-0, W 


Rhode Island 


8-0, W 


UConn 


3-2, L 


Temple 


10-1, W 


Virginia Tech 


6-2, W 


Virginia Tech 


6-0, W 


South Carolina 


10-0, L 


Arizona 


10-0, L 



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Cheerleading 



Always 
trying 
some- 
thing 
new, no 
matter 
how 
difficult. 



You remember them by their 
daring stunts, enormous muscles, 
relentless enthusiasm and spirit, also 
their additional push-up's for every 
touchdown. The cheerleaders are a 
core part to our Minuteman pride. 
Through the heat and blistering sun of 
summer, the coolness of autumn, and 
the usual stressful games in the 
Mullins Center; the cheerleaders 
always seem to try their hardest, never 
slacking in any area. The Minutemen 
are forever lucky to have these faith- 
ful, uplifting, and amazing people on 
their side. 



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Fine Art 
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The Fine Arts Center is the only mulit- 
disciplinary cultural center of its kind 
serving the campus community and 
western Massachusetts. Events span the 
performing and visual arts, and 
multicultural and educational programs. 
Comprehensive in scope, the Center 
offers the region's only mix of classical 
music, dance, theater, jazz, Broadway, 
special events, and gallery exhibitions. 
Collaborative educational programs 
enhance the academic work of students 
at the University and serve the region 
through the Five Colleges, public 
schools, and community groups. In 
addition, University students are pro- 
vided incredible access to world-class 
artists through subsidized tickets rang- 
ing from $5-$9. 



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The William D. Mullins Memorial Center sits on the western edge of the scenic University of Massachusetts 
campus in Amherst, MA. Opened in January of 1993, this multi-purpose facility offers seating for up to 10,500 
people and boasts state-of-the-art sound, lighting, acoustic and theatrical systems, as well as an international- 
sized ice surface. The Mullins Center is proud to host concerts, family shows, sporting events, trade shows, 
conferences and theatrical performances attracting people from all over Western Massachusetts, Northern Con- 
necticut, Vermont, New York and New Hampshire. Our versatile arena can accommodate virtually any size 
audience including: 

Intimate theater setting (3,500) 

Center and end stage concerts (up to 10,500), 

Basketball games (9,500), and 

Hockey games and ice events (8,500). 

Home to the UMass Men's and Women's basketball teams and the UMass Hockey team, a member of 
collegiate hockey's most prestigious conference, Hockey East, the Mullins Center has hosted such professional 
teams as the Boston Bruins and New England Blizzard. A separate international-size ice rink and seven racquet- 
ball courts, available for public use, are adjacent to the arena. 

In addition to University-sponsored events such as the University forum on multiculturalism featuring Bill 
Cosby and the Annual Spring Concert, the Mullins Center continues to provide quality entertainment including 
performances from All-time Greats: Elton John, Aerosmith, James Taylor, and Barry Manilow; Rock favorites: 
Red Hot Chili Peppers, Foo Fighters, Creed, Sevendust, Phish, Dave Matthews Band, The Goo Goo Dolls, Tonic, 
KoRn 311, The Smashing Pumpkins, KRS-One, A Tribe Called Quest, Tori Amos, Alanis Morissette, Indigo 
Girls and Ani DiFranco; and Country Music Stars: Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Travis Tritt and 
Kris Kristofferson and, most recently, Martina McBride. Family and Skating shows, such as Discover Stars on Ice, 
the Magic of David Copperfield, and Rugrats A Live Adventure, have dazzled thousands. Need to fine-tune your 
event? Mariah Carey, Jimmy Buffett, Bryan Adams, David Bowie and Nine Inch Nails found the Mullins Center 
to be the ideal venue for their rehearsals. 






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In The News... 



Heather Renee French walks down the 
runway after being crowned Miss America 
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for an official dinner for the British Prime Minister hosted by Presi- 
dent Clinton Thursday, Feb. 5, 1998 in Washington. JFK Jr., his wife, 
and her sister Lauren Bessette died when their plane crashed off the 
tip of Martha's Vineyard Friday, July 16, 1999. 




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A firefighter sits as a fire burns a row of businesses in Bound Brook 
N.J. on Friday Sept. 17, 1999. He sits there helpless because of the 
serious flooding caused by Tropical Storm Floyd. 





Dave Matthews sings as Boyd Winsley, left, plays the acoustic violin 
during Woodstock '99 Saturday, Juliy 24, 1999 at the site of the 
former Griffis Air Force Base in Rome, N.Y. More than 225,000 
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New York teammates ran to the mound after the Yankees beat 
the Atlanta Braves 4-1 in Game 4 to sweep the World Series 
Wednesday, Oct. 27, 1999. 



Waler Payton, the NFL's all-time rushing leader, died 
Monday Nov. 1 . 1 999. 



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luhammad Ali's nine children, flexes during the weigh 
at 166 lbs. Thursday Oct. 7, 1999. 



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Toronto's Raptors' Vince Carter performs a dunk at the NBA 
All-Star Slam Dunk contest Saturday, Feb. 12, 2000. He 
scored a a perfect 50 points and won. 





John LeClair and Valeri Bure fight each other off as they battle during 
the NHL All-Star game Sunday, Feb. 6, 2000. 



Cartoonist Charles Schulz displays "Snoopy" in his office. Schulz 
died Saturday, Feb. 12, 2000 following a battle with cancer. 



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Michael Caine, Angelina Jolie, Hilary Swank, and Kevin 
Spacey pose after winning their Academy Awards. 




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in the home of Lazaro Gonzalez. 





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April 9, 2000. 




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Class of 2000 Graduates 



ADDON1ZIO.ANTHONY F 
ASTRELLA.DANIELLE 
BAILEY.LISA C 
BECKER.G ERIK 
BEHERRELL.MELANE A 
BERNHARD.CAITLIN E 
BLUE.PHH.UP A 
BOATEN.ROSEMARY 
BODNERJULIEA 
BOISJOLE JONATHAN M 
BOMBARD.BRIDGET M 
BONNETT.TINA M 
BRANDES.AARON D 
BRLINELL.AMANDA S 
BLIRSELL.BRTTT ANYA 
C.APPELLO.ANNA M 
CASTELL.VERA N 
CHAVESJOSEPH S 
CHELMANJULEM 
CLARK.ARELLE R 
CLYMER.LAUREN N 
COFFl'.MARSHALL C 
COPELAND.JEREMY A 
DASSE.SCOTT F 
DENMARK JONATHAN S 
DONAHUE.LAURA J 
DU PLESSIS.NICOLA A 
EBACHER.ARELE 
ERENFELD.OFER 
FATVUS.LAUREN W 
FEDERANNA R 
FTNDLEY.CHRISTOPHER M 
FINKS.DAVID H 
FLORES JAIME H 
FULHAM.SARAH B 
GALLAGHER.MARY D 
GARCIA.PAOLA L 
GARGIULOJCAREN A 
GAUCHER JEREMY J 
GIANGREGORIO EMANUELA M 
GIRARD.DANIELLE R 
GLEASON.ERIKJ 



HEMMER.WILLIEL 
HERNANDEZ.WENDY 
HERRERA,NICHOLAS P 
HO JACQUELINE A 
HUDSON.PAUL C 
IAMES.ELIZABETH K 
IAMES.LAURA A 
JAYE.MARCI R 
JELLISON.MICHAELJ 
JIMENEZ.MATTHEW D 
JOPLIN.BENJAMIN M 
KAOLIN,K 
KATZOFF.DAVID A 
KELLEY.TAVIS OREN 
KENNEDY JJAWN P 
KING,IESSICAL 
KIRKLAND.CHRIS M 
KLEEMAN JJNDSAY M 
KNOX.RACHEL A 
KUBO,MICHAEL 
LAKOTA JEREMY D 
LAMB.AMIRAK 
LANZA.EDWARD L 
LASTRA.GRACE C 
LINNARD.PETER V 
LIPCHIK.MALIK 
LOMBARDJOYLYN 
LYSONSKI.DAVIDM 
MAHAN.BRENDAN I 
MALTESE-BLOUNT,ELENA M 
MARTISAUSKAS JASON M 
MAULUCCI.DAMON J 
MAXIM JAMES M 
MCBRIDEJOELP 
MCCABE.CHRISTEN M 
MCDONALD.MICHELLE A 
MEJIA.EDDYC 
MESSELAAR.AARON 
MOREAU.GREGJ 
MOSES.BRIAN D ' 
MUHAMMAD.LAWRENCE K 
NICOLA.GEORGE 



College of Food & Natural Resources 



ABEL.MATTHEW C 
ADAMS JILLS 
ALGERI.STEFANE E 
ALLEN.SARAH E 
ALLISON.NICHOLE L 
ALMER.CHRISTOPHER T 
ALTMAN JEREMY L 
ALVEZI.STEPHEN J 
ANAIR.RICHARD AJR 
.VNTJERSON.SUSAN E 
ANDREWS.BENJAMIN M 
.\RBOUR.LAURA A 
ARNOLD.LINDEF 
ASCHER.RYAN S 
ATWOOD JONAS E 
AU YEUNG.YOLANDA 
BABINEAU.PAULJJI 
BABUL.MICHAEL G 
BACHELDER.CHRISTOPHER W 
BACON.WARREN LJV 
BAEKALEXANDER k 
BAKER.AMBER J 
BAKERJASON S 
BALDANZA.COURTNEY E 
BANKHEAD.TODD A 
BARBOSA.CARLOS E 
BARKERJOSHUA D 
BARNES.KEVIN T 
BARO.YTODD C 
BARRETT JAMES E 
BATTAGLIA.LAURA M 
BAUERJODI M 
BEARD.SARAH B 
BEAUCHESNEJAMIET 
BEBEZAS^LEXANDROS F 
BECKERDITE.MICHAEL J 



BEMIS.BRADFORD W 
BENJAMIN.KEVINB 
BENJAMIN.STEVEN J 
BERLOJOSHUA P 
BERNSTEIN,SHANEJ 
BERSCHLERJACLYN F 
BERUBE.CASEY C 
BEVILACQUA.TARYN A 
BHASIN,PRJTHU 
BIANCHETTO.RYAN C 
BIBBJONATHAN 
BIESTER.MAREN 
BLACKBURN.BRIAN Z 
BLADON.DENISE M 
BLAKE.LEA 

BLANCHARD.JEFFREY R 
BLASCAKJAMES P,JR 
BLASCO.TREVOR J 
BLOCK JAMIE F 
BODTMAN.GARY J 
BONENFANT.MATTHEW L 
BOOTHJAMES B 
BORGATTI.SUZANN M 
BORRERO.AMY L 
BOUDREAUJAMES T 
BOVIO.CHRISTOPHER R 
BOWEN.REBECCA R 
BOWES.TASMYN D 
BRAATEN.ADAM P 
BRADBURY.MARISSA J 
BRADLEY JAYW ANA M 
BRAMBRUT.SHARON V 
BRAULTJEREMIAHJ 
BREIBY.WENDY K 
BRENNAN.MARYELLEN F 



NIRENSTEIN,LESLIE N 
NUNEZ.MARIAD 
OSGOOD.DEBORAH E 
PASQUALE.ANDREW A 
PEERBHAI.IMRAN H 
PEPI.VTNCENT R 
PORTER.KENDRA C 
PROCTOR.KATHERINE V 
RENDA.TED S 
RICHARDSON JEFFREY W 
ROSEN J3RIANL 
RYDZEWSKI.ANDY A 
SACHS.CARISSA I 
SCAHILL.PETER L 
SHAW JEREMIAH L 
SIBLEY SCHWARTZ.LEVIN J 
SIGEL.DANIELM 
SIU.ALAN 

SOROKA.MATTHEW A 
STERNBACH,MICHAEL L 
STONE JAMEE 
SULLIVAN.CRISTIN E 
SUN.IRENE 
SURASKI.ESSICAF 
SWARTZ-TURFLE.HARRY J 
SWIRE.BENIAMINT 
TEK.SODEN 
THEMISTOS.ANDREA N 
THOMPSON.ROBERT D 
TRAN.GARVTN G 
TRINGALI.ELIZABETH L 
TRUCKEY JACQUELINE R 
VARVARO.SARA M 
VESPA.VALERE 
WACHTENHEIM.CAREN R 
WAGNER.C ANDICE I 
WATTKUS.DAMONJ 
WANG.MATTHEW S 
WRIGHT.STARKER E 
WURM.CHRISTAR 
ZATZ JODIE 
ZHANG.HUAN 



BRESCIA JPAUL J 
BRETT.TIMOTHY P 
BROCKHOFF.ANGELIKA 
BROSSARD.KATHERINE K 
BROTCHE,CANDICE C 
BROTMAN.ENNEER L 
BROWN.BRIANA K 
BROWN.DENISEN 
BROWN.ERIC C 
BROWN.SARAH A 
BRUUN.DEREK P 
BRYANJODIM 
BRYANT JAMES A JH 
BUCKLEY.BLAIR M 
BUCKLEY.MICHAEL J 
BUNCH.MICHAEL P 
BURCH JOHN V 
BURKE.AARONJ 
BURKLEJASON P 
BURROWS.ANNE K 
BURT.GREGORYJ 
BUSH.ADAM B 
BUSHEY.MICHAEL W 
BYAM.KEVIN A 
CALL.ERICA L 
CALLANAN.SCOTT B 
CALVEY JAMES J 
CAMBRIDGE.IAN L 
CAMERON.RYAN E 
CAMPAGNA.JENNIFER M 
CAMPBELL.PETER T 
CAMPBELL.SHAWN M 
CAMPBELL.STEPHEN R 
CANFIELD.MEGHAN L 
CANNEY.KATHERINE N 



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CANTIN.LJSA Y 
CARISTIA JAMES JJR 
CARON.EDWARD W,IV 
CARRANZA JOHNNY K 
CARSWELL, WILLIAM W 
CASILIO.STACYE 
CASSIDY.ERIC D 
CATAURO.ANTHONY F 
CENTAURO.ERIN 
CHANJASON 
CHAREST.ROBERT R 
CHARRON.THOMAS A 
CHASE.BRADFORD M 
CHASE.CHRISTINA A 
CHENEY.TODD A 
CHERUP.COREYJ 
CHIANG.MING CHERNG 
CHMURA.PAMELAJ 
CHORBAJIAN,ALYSON J 
CHOUINARD.KEITH M 
CHRISTIANSON.BRIAN P 
CHRISTOPHER,FIONA M 
CHRISTOPHER.MATTHEW D 
CHUNG.ERIC EOK WON 
CIULLA.DAWNM 
CLARK.CHRISTINA N 
CLARK.GAVIN N 
CLARK JOY E 
CLARKE,CHARLTON,JR 
CLARKE.MATTHEW T 
CLEVELAND.KEVIN G 
CLINE.RACHEL E 
COHEN.MITCHELLI 
COLE.HEATHER M 
COLLINS.KRISTY L 
COLONJOSEM 
COLUCCI.BETSY M 
COMEAU.MARJANNE 
CONBOY.ERINE 
CONLON KARDIAN .JENNIFER 
CONNAUGHTON.BRIAN F 
CONNELLY.MJCHAEL G 
CONNOLLY.MEGHAN C 
CONST ANZA.ELIO 
COOMBS.GUY E 
COOPER.MICHELLE N 
CORCORANCATHERINE M 
CORRADO.TIANA M 
COSTA.STEPHEN E 
COSTANZOJOSEPH V 
COTE.TIMOTHYL 
COURCY.MOLLYJ 
CREQUE.DAVID A 
CROCKER.DELIA M 
CRONIN.KIMBERLY A 
CROOKS,MICHELLE M 
CROTTY,JENNIFER L 
CRUZ.VICTOR 
CULLINAN, WILLIAM P 
CUMMINS.STACIAJ 
CUMPS.ERIKA K 
CUNNINGHAM.KATHLEEN 
CUNMNGHAM.MATTHEW J 
CURCURU.BRAD P 
CUSTARD.KIAJ 
CYR.DAVID P 
CZARNIECKI,JANUSZ 
D'AMOURJAMES JUDE 
DALEY.DANIELLE 
DALEY.MATTHEWJ 
DALY.MARY M 
DANAHEY.KELLY M 
DANIELS .ELIZABETH A 
DARBY.ALISON 
DARRIGO.JOEL 
DASILVA.BECKY A 
DAVIES.ANGELAJ 
DAVIS.RALPH A 
DAYTON.WINDY M 
DE SORBO.MATTHEW F 
DEBETTENCOURT.ADAM M 
DECOLLIBUS.JULIE M 
DECOSTE.JAMES C 



DECOSTE.PATRICK E 
DEFRIAS.ELIZABETH S 
DELANG.STEVENJ 
DELLAPENNA.CASEY E 
DELOREY.MICHAEL L 
DELPHIA.CASEY M 
DEMELO.CHERYL A 
DENTON.KAREN ANN 
DEPATIE.ANDREA M 
DEPINA.MANUELA G 
DERSARKISIAN.SUSAN 
DESAI.ADITI R 
DESNOYERS.DAVID M 
DEVLIN.SCOTTM 
DIACO.CHRISTOPHER 
DIAZ.DENNIS W 
DINEHART.ERICW 
DOBRA.DANIELW 
DOHERTY.KEVINJ 
DOLAN.VINCENT P 
DONZELLA.MATTHEW 
DORF.BENJAMINI 
DOSTIE.SARA E 
DOUBLEDAY.RANEE E 
DOWNEY.MAUREEN B 
DOWNEY.MICHAEL A 
DRISCOLL.MICHAEL P 
DROBNIS.KARA M 
DUBOIS.NATALIEA 
DUBUQUE.CORY J 
DUFFY .COLLEEN D 
DUNAJ.DAVIDP.n 
DUNN.MELISSA A 
DUQUETTE.STEPHEN M 
DURKIN.THOMAS 
DUROCHER.JEFFREY A 
DYER.MICHAELE 
DZIOK.KRISTEN S 
EASTON.ZACHARY M 
EATON.ERIC C 
EDWARDS.CAITLIN E 
EDWARDS.ROBIN N 
EILERS.AARON R 
EINHORN.CORYR 
EISEMAN.CHARLES S 
ELYSSE.JEAN H 
EMERY.CHRISTEN M 
EMOND.MATTHEW A 
ERICKSON.JESSICA R 
ETIENNE.ESPERANCE A 
EXUM.ZACHARY J 
FABRIZIO.LISAA 
FALEY.MELISSA A 
FANTASIA.JUSTIN M 
FARRELL.BRENDAN E 
FASSETT.GERALD J 
FERNANDEZ.FERNANDO L 
HOREY.CAROLYN M 
FISCHER.CHRISTINE M 
FISH.BENJAMINJ 
FISHER.CHRISTOPHER M 
FISHER, VALERIE S 
FISTORI.LYNNEA 
FITCH.JAMESJ 
HTZPATRICK.MICHAEL T 
FIUMARA.DEBORAH M 
FONTAINE.ANGELA P 
FORBUSH.HEATHER M 
FORMATO.GILLIAN L 
FREEMAN.KEITH M 
FRENKEL.DEBORAH R 
FRIAR.CHRISTOPHER J 
FULKUS.BART A 
FURLONG.SCOTT P 
FURMAN.JILLIANB 
GAGNE.JANAA 
GALLUP.GREG B 
GAL VIN JOHN P 
GARCIA.CARMELOJ 
GAUDREAU.RYLEY C 
GAUTHIER.MICHELLE C 
GEFFIN.DANIEL C 
GELINEAU.BRIAN S 



GELLER.ADRIA T 
GEORGE.KAREN L 
GERADE.BENJAMIN B 
GILLARD.BRANDON J 
GILLOCK.RYAN R 
GILMORE.BRETTJ 
GIORGI.TODD P 
GIROTTI.KATHERINE L 
GLANTZ.BONNIEC 
GLASS.ANDREA J 
GLUKHOVSKAYA.GILLI 
GOAN.CHRISTOPHER J 
GOETZ.AMY E 
GOEWEY.WDLLIAM E.JR 
GOKEY.ELIZABETH J 
GOLAS.GARY F 
GOLDBERG.ALISON M 
GOLDBERG.GREGG D 
GOLDMAN.BRUCE P 
GOLDSMITH, WENDY M 
GOMES JOSEPH P 
GOMES.MARLENEI 
GONNEVILLE.ELIZABETH M 
GOODJOHN T 
GOODMAN,JENNIFER L 
GOON.PATRICIA 
GORRIE.BRADFORD J 
GOSCENSKI.WESLEY J 
GOSLIN,JILLE 
GOVE.DANIELS 
GREENBERG.HILLARY H 
GRGUROVIC.MARK 
GRIERSON.SHAWN M 
GRIFFIN.BRYNA P 
GRIFFIN JOHN D 
GRIFFIN.KIMBERLY M 
GUILMETTE.CHRISTOPHER T 
GUMKOWSKI.MARK J 
GUREVICHIGOR 
GUSTTN.GEOFFREY O 
GUTERL,CHRISTINE R 
GUTffiRREZ.CRISTINA V 

guy.davidm 
gwozdzjohnp 
haines.samuelo 
hamilton jeremy s 
hammond.kenneth e 
haney.blairt 
haney.melissa a 
hanks.kimberly l 
hanley.christopher j 
hanley.maureen e 
harawi josephs 
harger.marlea 
harris.nathaniel m 
harrison.dantel a 
hart.brian k 
hartman.ross k 
hatchjoshuaa 
hauser.brooke m 
ha wley jason e 
hay.stephen r 
heavner.patrick d 
hebert.gustave t 
heddens.amelia r 
heinzejasona 
henrich.michael p 
herbert.cynthia a 
hermanson.gary e 
herner.karolee r 
herrick.kristine a 
hey.mischaj 
hickey.susanp 
higgins.lukea 
hillman.rebecca a 
hiltz jonathan m 
hoar.jessica l 
hogancamp.kari m 
howard.ericw 
howe.david v 
huang.jiac 
huckins.mark; m 
hulland.eric m 



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HYDE JOHANNA C 
ILLINGWORTH JOSEPH P 
IMBRIGLIO.CARMINE D 
IRENZE.KATHRYN E 
JAEGER.ALEJANDRA 
JANGR4 W.CHRISTOPHER 
JANOW1CZ.MICHAEL J 
IAREMVPATRICIA M 
JEFFREY.EMILY B 
JEWELL.SUSANNA I 
JOHNSONJASON K 
JOHNSONJ.AMAR J 
JOHNSON.R1CHARD G 
JONES.KIMBERLY K 
JONTEF.EREZ 
JORDAN.CAROLYNN J 
JUDD.COLLEEN L 
KABBOUXREDWAN Z 
KALLEN.ROBERT B 
KAMENSKY JWCHAEL J.JR 
KANDYLAKES.MARK M 
KANE.BRIANA C 
KAPLAN .MATTHEW 
KARCH.CHARLES J 
KARLINJASONM 
KATZ.MEAGAN C 
KATZ.SETH A 
KAUFER.KURT L 
KAVANAGH.SUSAN N 
KEANE JAIME R 
KEANE.KATHRYN J 
KEANE.THOMASJ 
KEATING.EAMONJ 
KEEHNIEIGH ANN 
KEHLENBECK.ERIK C 
KELLERJvlATTHEW F 
KENNEY JOSHUA J 
KENT.ALEXANDER A 
KETCHERSIDE.BRIAN C 
KHAMPHAVONG.MANIVANH 
KHIM.DEBORAH S 
KIGEL.ANNA 
KTM.CHARLES 
KTM.SUEJ 
KJMURA.NORIYUKI 
KINNAS.MINDYM 
KLEIN JESSICA L 
KNTrTLE.PAULA M 
KOBAYASHI.TAKASHI 
KOENEMANN.CORY C 
KOGA.YOKO 
KOOJvHIOO 
KOSSACK JULIE P 
KOSTEK.CHR1STOPHER G 
KOZKOWSKI.HEIDI A 
KRAEFT JESSICA J 
KULIS.SARAH E 
KUPEC.BENJAMIN I 
LAFORGEJENNIFER C 
LAK.CLINTON R 
LAMBERT.MATTHEW P 
LAMBIASE.MICHAEL I 
LANE JENNIFER A 
LANGRAIGE V 
LANGAN.BRIAN S 
LANGEVIN.MARCEL W 
LANGFORD.CHRISTINE H 
LANIER JASON D 
LA.NTZ.CARL R 
LARKIN.BARTLEYJ 
LAUDATI.STEVEN M 
LAURETTE.KELLY A 
LAVOINE.SEAN M 
LAW.SIMONM 
LAZARJARED S 
LEAHYRATRICK M 
LEARY.SEAN S 
LECLAIR.STEVEN P 
LECOT.SOPHIE 
LECUIVRE.TIMOTHY A 
LEDOJOHN E 
LEEDS. SETH H 
LEEN.ERIK 



lees.michael r 
lefebvre.matthew s 
lehmann.christian j 
lemos.christopher j 
lenehan.denis r 
leroyer.ienntfer f 
letourneau.karen m 
levesque.heather a 
levesque.robert m 
lewis.kenya r 
liberman.gregory s 
lindabur y.brett d 
lindberg.kristen m 
lipka.alexandria 
list.olivia s 
litz.bryanj 
livtngston.claudia l 
locbinh g 

lockhart.timothy m 
loeffler.bryan l 
lopez.cynthia r 
lopez.gisellaj 
losinno.michael v 
luippold.donnai 
lynch.jennifer k 
maag.kelly l 
maak.gregory c 
macarthur.elizabeth 
macduffie.daniel a 
macfarland.alison m 
macfarlane.ian j 
macfarlane.xeff f 
macgregor.paul e 
maciaszek.andrew s 
mackintosh.rachel e 
madarash.michael j 
madden.michael p 
magee.reagan e 
maguirejtmothy f 
mahoney.christopher s 
maier.paula s 
maiurano.vtto 
majkut.taniam' 
maki.richarda 

MAKOSffiJ.SCOTT 
MANN.CRAIGD 
MANNETTA,BRYAN A 
MARCH.DAVIDJ 
MARRIOTT.RYAN A 
MARS.ADRIENNEE 
MARSHALL.ERIC T 
MARTTN.MICHELLE J 
MARTTNS.PAULO F 
MARUCCI.KRISTA A 
MASON.DONALD A 
MASTROMATTEO.ERIC D 
MATA.CRISTTNA M 
MATHESON.KEVTN J 
MATOS SANCHEZ.LYDIA E 
MAURO JOSEPH J 
MCAULIFFE.COLIN B 
MCCANN.CATHERINE S 
MCCARTHY.EDWARD J JR 
MCCARTHY.SCOTT I 
MCCLOUD.AARON L 
MCCUBBIN.LAUREN S 
MCDONOUGH.SETH J 
MCDONOUGH.STEPHANIE G 
MCGOWAN.PHILIP M 
MCGRAW.RAKIM 
MCLANE.LAUREN A 
MCLAUGHLIN.ALICIA L 
MCLAUGHLIN.MARY C 
MCNAMARA.TAMERA L 
MCQUESTEN.MELISSA 
MCRAE.ERIN 
MCWEENY.SHANE P 
MELENDEZ.DAVID 
MELENDEZJACQUELINE 
MELLO.BARRY A 
MENARDJEREMY I 
MENARD.SHAWN E 
MENDESE.GARY W 



MENZANO.LUIGI 
MERCED.ROSA A 
MERCIER.PETER F 
MERVES.DARREN S 
MEZQUITA.SANTIAGO D 
MIELE.MELISSA 
MIESES.DAYANA L 
MILLB AUER.CHRISTINE M 
MILLER.ADAMS 
MILLER.JESSICAM 
MITSTIFER.KEVIN W 
MITTLEMAN.SCOTT I 
MOESER.ADAM J 
MONENJASPER 
MONETTEJOELT 
MONTELEONE,TIMOTHY W 
MONTIGLIO JENNIFER C 
MONTUORI.CHRISTINA M 
MOORE.KEITH L 
MOQUIN.CATHY A 
MORAN.MICHELLE L 
MORCONE.ELIZABETH A 
MOREIRA.PAULR 
MORGANTI.MELANIE A 
MORRELL JAMES D 
MORRDLL,SCOTTM 
MORSE.KEVINM 
MORTELLITO.FELICIA T 
MOTIENKO.ALINA V 
MOYER JOHANNA L 
MURPHY.TERRANCE C 
MUSLER.LEE A 
MUZYTSCHENKO.KRIS D 
MYETTE.STACY O 
MYRICK.MARCUSJ 
NADEAU.KENNETH R 
NADLER.MARCIA A 
NAHIM.WILLIAMA 
NAIMAN.BRIANM 
NANNTNIJAYG 
NAPOLI.ANGELA M 
NARMITA.TARA M 
NASH JENNIFER D 
NELSON.LAURA M 
NEUFELL JENNIFER A 
NEVEU.CHRISTY M 
NEVEUX JvaCHELLE G 
NEWCOMB JESSICA M 
NGUYEN.KHANH 
NICOSON.TRAVIS S 
NORDT.MEGHAN E 
NORRIS.CHRISJ 
NOVA.NEIBYL 
NOVICH,JILLANAR 
O'BRIEN.KATEM 
O'BRIEN.PATRICKI 
O'CONNORRYAN M 
O'CONNOR.SEAN P 
O'CONNOR.SETH R 
OCONNORJEFFREY B 
OJEDA.LUIS A 
OLTVER.MARISSAA 
ORCZYK.SHANA A 
OREILLY.MATTHEW W 
ORESTE.SOPHIA 
OROURKE,SHAWN K 
PACI, VINCENT J 
PALIVODA JASON D 
PALM.MAKENDRA R 
PALMACCI.MARK S 
PALMERCOBY K 
PALMER.DAVID R 
PALMER,MATTHEW T 
PAQUIN,LAUREN 
PARADIS.CRAIG C 
PARCELLA.IEANNE M 
PARK.BENJAMINY 
PARK.SEUNGHYUN 
PARKER.ADAM M 
PARKER.DANIEL D,JR 
PARKER.SARAH L 
PARKER.TTMOTHY K 
PASQUARIELLO.LAUREN M 



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PASSANESE.JESSICA L 
PATTERSON/TIMOTHY S 
PAYNE JO ARIN R 
PAYNE.KELLY A 
PEARSON.SETH C 
PEKARSKLKAREN C 
PELOSKY.KEVIN L 
PENTI,PAUL B 
PERAKIS.CHRISTINA A 
PEREIRA.WESTLEY G 
PETERSON.DENISE E 
PETERSON.KEVIN S 
PHAM.HUYNHN 
PHILLIPS,JESSICA B 
PHUXIPS.RACHAEL E 
PHILMUS.AARON M 
PIAZZA.MELISSAJ 
PICONEJAIMEE 
PIELA,JEFFREY E 
PIERCE.AMBER E 
PIERCE,HEATHER F 
PERCE.MIGUELA 
PIERSON.MICHAELJ 
PIGNETTLKEITHJ 
PKULA JOANNE M 
PINO.EPJN E 

PODGAYSKY.ANDREY P 
POGUE.KERRI L 
POLES.DAREN C 
PONTBRIANT,JASON p 
PONTE,MATTHEW D 
POOR.W ALTER S 
PORTER.MEGHANN H 
POTISCHMAN.ADINA S 
POTTS.ASHLEY FA 
POULIN.KEVINM 
POULIOT.AMBER L 
PRAG.DOUGLAS E 
PRAJZNER JENNIFER E 
PRICE.ARLINE A 
PRIOLA.CARLIEA 
PRIOR.MICHELLE M 
PRODAN.CLAUDIA M 
PROVOST JJANIELLE D 
PRZYBYLSKI.SCOTT M 
QUINTILlANl,ANTHONY J 
RABINOWTTZ JARED I 
RACICOT.OBEDIAH S 
RAGUSA.CHRISTOPHER A 
RAMIREZ/THOMAS M 
RAMPAUL.ANDRE S 
RATEAU.RONALD 
REALI.DANIELLEN 
REDMOND JAMES M 
REED JOSHUA E 
REED.LAURA A 
REESEYJASONA 
REGO.KEITH R 
REICH.ALYSONJ 
REIDXAURIEJ 
REINHOLDT.KIMBERLY A 
RENAUD.REBECCA J 
RENKOWICZ,LINDA F 
RESNICK,ELIZABETH A 
RIBEIRO.TIMF 
RICART.ATTZAA 
RICCI.CHRISTY L 
RICHMOND.KIMBERLY L 
RILEY JOSHUA P 
RTVARD.STEVEN M 
ROACH,ANDRE A 
ROBERTSON JJANIELLE M 
ROBINSON.BETH A 
ROCHE.KRISTIN S 
ROCHMAN.ADAM S 
RODRIGUEZ.TAYRA A 
ROENSCH.KURT E 
ROGERS.MAPJC R 
RONCA JASON D 
ROSENBLATT J ARED R 
ROSENTHALL JEREMY L 
ROTBERGJBETSY H 
ROWLEY.CLIFFORD T 



RUBERTO.SUZANNE S 
RUCHALA.BRYAN T 
RUFO.JEFFREY L 
RUSSONffiLLO.SUMMER N 
RYAN.DENNIS P 
RYAN/THOMAS M 
SABOL JUSTIN J 
SAFRAN.MICHAEL D 
SALERNO.STEVE S 
SALINETTI,CARAI 
SALLEY.ILLUSTRIOUS 
SALMON.ASHLEY E 
SAMILPARSA 
SAMUELS.KATE H 
SAN IUAN.CHRISTOPHER G 
SANCHEZ.LUIS H 
SANDERS.REBECCA I 
SANTOS.MARK R 
SARCHI.KRISTIEL 
SARRO.STEPHEN P 
SAURO.LAUREN A 
SCAMMAN JOSEPH W 
SCAVOTTO.LAUREN 
SCHAFFER.LUKE A 
SCHANK JODY A 
SCHER.DAVID A 
SCHNEIDER.ERIC G 
SCHNEIDERJASON 
SCHNEIDER.LARA S 
SCHUHMACHER.RYAN T 
SCIARRINO.LORENZO 
SEGILLJAMIEA 
SELBY.MEIRA L 
SENA Y.CHRISTOPHER D 
SERRONICO.DANIELLE M 
SETIABUDI.GITAK 
SEVIGNY JOSEPH W 
SHAFFER.MEAGHAN E 
SHAHJIAJ 
SHAW.KENEE R 
SHEAHAN j>AUL G 
SHEARER.SCOTT EJR 
SHEEHAN.GREGORY R 
SHELTON.RAQUEIL P 
SHERMAN.SABRINA 
SHINOHARA.NAKO 
SHOEMAKER J2RIK S 
SHULMAN.STEPHANIE R 
SIEWKO,LESLIEA 
SILLMAN.TAMMYL 
SILVEIRA.DEREK 
SILVESTRI.SALVATORE V 
SIMONEAU.N1COLE 
S1TER.NATHANA 
SLOWE.EMILY K 
SMIAROWSKI.GRETCHEN 
SMTTH.ARANK 
SMITH JENNIFER A 
SMTTH,ROBIN S 
SMTTH.WESLEY B 
SMYERS.BETHANY 
SNELHAM.COURTNEY P 
SNYDER.CHRISTOPHER D 
SOPRACASA.EPJC 
SORACE.KRISTIN R 
SOUSA.ANICETO 
SOUZA JEREMY P 
SPIELZINGER.ALLISON L 
SPINAZOLA,JUSTTNE A 
SPIRITO.DAVIDM 
SPITZER,JEREMIE 
ST HILAIRE JAMES D 
STMARIE.SHAWNP 
STAGER.LISAEA 
STALTERS.ANTHONY J 
STANLEY.BRYAN E 
STANTON.KIMBERLY D 
STEBBINS.DA VTD A 
STEINHILBER.ROBERT K 
STEINMEYER.MATTHEW I 
STEVENS.TERESA E 
STEVENSON.DANIELLE M 
STEVENSON.SARAH E 



STONE.NICHOLE M 
STREETER.COLBY R 
STRYCHARZ.SARAH M 
SULLIVAN.NICOLEL 
SULLIVAN.ROBERT D 
SUN.SANDY 
SWAHN.CARLI 
SWAIN.NATHAN D 
SWEENEY.PATRICK I 
SWETT.DRUANNE L 
SYED.SHARMIN A 
SZETO.HOLLY H 
SZLACHETKA.TAMMY K 
TAM.ANNE 
TAMNEY.KYLEEN M 
TAN, YU IAN 
TANG.KUNG PO 
TATRO.CHRISTOPHER M 
TATTOLI.ANDREA 
TAYLOR.DEAN I 
TAYLOR.HEIDIA 
TAYLOR.TAMIL 
TEA.BUNLY 
TEA.KEA 
TEPLITZ.ARIM 
TEPPEL.ADAM L 
TERESI, VANESSA M 
TESSIER.EDWARD M 
THADHANLGAUTAM M 
THERIAULT.DEREK D 
THOMAS.MELISSA K 
THOMPSON.CAPPI S 
THOMPSON.DEREK A 
THOMPSON.MATTHEW J 
TIEDE.DOUGLAS R 
TOLLINS.LINDA B 
TOSCHES JAMIE M 
TOSTEVIN.ALISON L 
TRAHAN.NICOLE M 
TRAN.TUANA 
TRIMARCO.KATHERINE R 
TROUT JAMES FJR 
TSrrOURIS.ALEXANDER K 
TUFFLEY JESSICA W 
UZZO.CHRISTOPHER P 
VAFIDES.EFFIEI 
VALAS.KATHERINE 
VALLTSKY.MICHAEL T 
VALIUNAS , LILIAN B 
VAN HAZINGA JONATHAN A 
VATNUCOVA.YELENA N 
VAUGHAN.KATE E 
VAZQUEZ.PALOMA 
VEPA.SADLAIA 
VERACKA.TRAVIS E 
VIANNA.ROQUE A 
VINELLI.STEPHEN W,m 
VISCAY.DONNETTE D 
VOIGT.MAENA C 
VOILAND.RYANI 
WAITE.LAURIE A 
WALAS JUCHARD SJR 
WALES.COLLEEN M 
WALKER.SCOTTJ 
WALSH.JULIEA 
WARD.HAROLD S 
WARD.LETICIAE 
WASIELEWSKIJAMES S 
WATTERS.SARAH K 
WAUGH.CAMILLAV 
WAY.NICOLEJ 
WEATHERHEAD.DARRYL A 
WEBB.CORINNE A 
WEBLEY.HOWARD A 
WEEKS.EMILY S 
WEGWEISERJAYS 
WEISS.LORIA 
WESTENFELD.AMY E 
WHEELER.KRISTIN E 
WHINERY.SHAWN E 
WHIRTY.NATHAN S 
WHITCHER.AMYL 
WHITE.BRENNAN S 



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WHITE.BRIANJ 
WHITLEY.STEPHEN E 
WTCKERT.SCOTTA 
WE.BUR.CHRISTOPHER R 
WILDER.RACHEL L 
WTLKES.CHRISTOPHER M 
WTLLINGHAM.BRIAN A 
WTLSON.STEVEN R 
WTNKLER.DAWNL 
WOLF.DIANE M 



WOLVEN.BESS W 
WONG,EVA 
WONG, LEE YIN 
WOOD.MICHAELA 
WOODRUFF.SARAH D 
WROBELJAMES V 
WU.EMILYA 
WYATT.RICHARD M 
YABLONSKI.PETER C 
YANNI.ANDRE 



YEARWOOD.ELISHA R 
YEH.LYDIA C 
YOUNG.CHRISTOPHER K 
YUEN.CAMILLAW 
ZACEK JUSTIN C 
ZOLOT.MICHAEUAY 
ZUKOWSKIJULIEA 
ZWOLAK.MICHAEL K 



College of Arts & Sciences 



ABARE.NATHANJ 
ABASCIANOJOSEPH M 
ABBOTT WASHBURN JUSTIN C 
ABDELSHAHID.MICHAEL N 
ABDURRAHMAN.RABIYAH W 
ABRAHAM.KELLY 
ACHEAMPONG.SUSANNE H 
ADAMS J3RIAN C 
ADAMS.CAITLINW 
ADAMS.DEBORAH R 
ADAMS.N1CHOLAS E 
ADAMS .NICOLE R 
ADLER.DEBORAH F 
ADLER.ELEABETH L 
AGAPOV.TATYANA 
AHEARN.SEANP 
AHERN.ROBERTJ 
AHMED.SAMIR 
AHMED.UROOI 
AKERSJAMESON D 
ALAKOSKI JACQUILYN S 
ALAMED J3ENJAMTN T 
ALBERT .ROBERT R 
ALBERTS.KAREN M 
ALCINEOLNADIA 
ALCORN JAMES T 
ALDONIS.STEPHEN JJR 
ALEXANDERXINA L 
ALI.SARAH 
ALLEN JAMES L 
ALLIDI.GRETCHEN T 
ALMEIDA.MARKJ 
ALPERT.NEAL S 
ALTAMIRANO.ERNEST E 
ALTTMARI.NATEP 
ALVARADO.WILLIAMJR 
ALVES.CRISTINA D 
AMATE.CHRISTTNA M 
AM1GONE.CARLEY D 
ANDERSONJAIME 
ANDERSON JILL F 
ANDERSON JvnCHAEL F 
AXDERSON.REIDJ 
ANDERSON.SHAWN P 
ANDRADE.REGINALD P 
ANDRESONJ.UKE P 
ANDREW J^YAN P 
ANDREWSJAMES E.II 
ANDREWS.PAUL S 
ANGELIS.MCHOLAS E 
A.NTICO.MICHAELJ 
APOSTOL.MARINA S 
APPELL.KENNETH J 
ARCHER.MICHELLE J 
ARGENTTN A.PATRICIA A 
ARGUETA.ERIKA B 
ARIAS.ARIEL 
ARMINGTON J3ENJAMIN A 
ARMSTRONG.NICOLE C 
ARNOLD.PAUL T 
ARSENAULT.CRYSTAL L 
ASHE.AMANDA R 
ASHTON.DIANA K 
ASIAMAH.ANGELA O 
ASTOLFI.TONY P 
ATHERLEY.SHANEKA N 
ATKINSON.KAREN E 
AUBOURGJ<OSE C 
AUDET1INDA L 
AUGAT.SETH R 



AUGUSTA.JULIEA 
AUGUSTE.CHARLENE 
AUSTTN.JULIETTEV 
AYLWARD JENNIFER B 
AZZARONEJOSEPH E 
BABCOCK.DOUGLAS T 
BABCOCKJUSTDM M 
BACHI,ALLISON 
BADEJO.ADEYINKA 
BAEHR.SCOTT F 
BAFALON.HELEN A 
BAILEY PERKINS.LOGAN S 
BAILEY.HILDAC 
BAIRD.DOMINICG 
BAJAKIAN.ARAMI 
BAJORAS JOHN P 
BAK.ROSEMARY 
BAKER.MATTHEW P 
BALDANZA.MICHAEL A 
BALKAN.MEHMET A 
B ALLENTTNE.MICHELLE M 
BALLER.AMY L 
B ALLINI, ANITA R 
BALOG.ANDREW T 
BALSLEY.REBECCA L 
BANCHIK.SANDRA I 
BANGTSON.CHRISTIAN T 
BANNON.MICHAEL J 
BANUELOS.DIEGO ' 
BAPTISTAJOAOC 
BARALDI.BENJAMIN R 
BARBALE.CHRISTY L 
BARDELL.NICOLE E 
BARDON.KEVIN M 
BARLOW.ELLEN M 
BARNET.NEILP 
BARONEJOSEPHT 
BAROSY.TANAKA 
BARRELL.AARON C 
BARRETT.MARY H 
BARRTTEAU.KRISTOFFER R 
BARRON.PHILLIPT 
BARRY POTTER,LINDA I 
BARRY.ELIZABETH A 
BARR Y.EMILY C 
BARRY.SHAUN P 
BARRY.TIMOTHYJ 
BARSTOW.KAREN E 
BARTHELETTE.CHRISTINA L 
BARTONE.ANTHONY J 
BARTONE.DANTELLE J 
BARUCCI.LEANNA E 
BARUCH.LAUFJE 
BARYSKI.TASHA I 
BASHIJONATHAN S 
BASIT.AJMALL 
BASQUE.ALAN M 
BATCHELDER.AMY A 
BATCHELDER.KATHERINE A 
BATES.DAVID M 
BATTEN.HAYES C 
BAXLEY.FRANKLIN L 
BEAL.EILEEN M 
BEANJENNIFER M 
BEAN.LUCAS B 
BEARFIELD.MATTHEW J 
BEATTIE.ADAM L 
BEAULIEUJAMES A 
BEBIS.STEPHANIE I 
BEEBE.MATTHIAS J 



BEEHLER.KATHLEEN L 
BEELTJE.KATHLEEN A 
BEIRNE.MOLLIEC 
BEK.SHAWN A 
BELISLE.RAYMOND J 
BELIZAIRE.PATPJCK 
BELL,GRIFFrrHA 
BELLVILLE,JENNIFER M 
BELSITO.ELIZABETH K 
BELUSHKO.NICOLE L 
BENASHJRANDI LEIGH 
BENCOSME.ALFONSO R 
BENDER.JESSICA L 
BENEVIDES.SHAWN M 
BENINGHOF, WILLIAM JJJJ 
BENNETT.ALISON L 
BENNETT.KATIEL 
BENNETT JCRISTEN L 
BENOrr.DOUGLAS D 
BENSCOTERJANA M 
BENSON.JENNIFER M 
BENT.APRIL C 
BENTON.KATHERINE A 
BENTON.ROGER A 
BEQIRLKUITIM 
BERARD.AMANDA H 
BERGER.DAMONI 
BERGERON.DANTEL A 
BERGH.DALYN M 
BERICAL.DANIEL P,JR 
BERINATO.MARK D 
BERK.SHERYL H 
BERMEVGHAM.GINA M 
BERNARD JANELLE R 
BERNARDO.LAURA I 
BERNIER.MICHAELJ 
BERQUIST.BRIAN R 
BERRIO.KOREN R 
BERRY.LAUREN J 
BERTOCCI,BENJAMIN B 
BESEROSKY.MELANIE S 
BHOWMIK.KIRAND 
BIANCHI,SCOTTJ 
BICHSEL.LUCY S 
BILL.ANGELAM 
BILLARD.MIKALEP 
BILLINGS.ELLIOTM 
BILLINGS.ZACHARY M 
BILLMAN GOLEMME.PETER J 
BILLMERS.MATTHEW P 
BILWAKESH.NIKHIL A 
BIRBUET.LUIS R 
BIRON.SHANNON N 
BITZAS.ALEXANDRA 
BLACK.ADAM C 
BLACK, WENDY A 
BLAIN, VICTORIA M 
BLAKE.KAREN M 
BLAKE.MATTHEW W 
BLANCHARD.KARA M 
BLANCHARD.KIMBERLY G 
BLANCHARD.PAUL J 
BLANCHETTE.SCOTT R 
BLANDING.KEVIN 
BLENNAU.MATTHEW P 
BLESSINGTON.KELLY A 
BLIND JASON M 
BLOCK.BENJAMIN N 
BLOCK.MICHAEL S 
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BLOUIN.KATHRYN R 
BLUM.MARK D 
BODHI.MAYA S 
BOLDEN.CLIFFORD L 
BOLDUCJASONJ 
BOLDUCSARA N 
BOMBARDIER.CHRISTOPHER R 
BONNEY.ALISON B 
BONNICI.DANIELLE C 
BONSIGNORE.CATHERINE P 
BONURA.CAROL D 
BOORADY BLOOM.RUTH T 
BOOTH .JUSTIN T 
BORDEAU.KAREN M 
BORELLI.NICKOLAS L 
BOTELHOJAMES R 
BOUCHER.CARRIEJ 
BOUCHER.PHJLIPPE N 
BOUTWELL.SARAH B 
BOWDEN.MICHAEL C 
BOWDRENJACLYN M 
BOWER ANDREW J 
BOWLEY.PAOLA A 
BOYCE.CAROLYN J 
BO YD JESSICA M 
BOYD.ROZELTA L 
BRADBURY.BARBARA C 
BRADLEYJOHNJ 
BRAGLIA.TIFFANY A 
BRANDZEL.SANDRA M 
BRANGANEMILYK 
BRAUN.ANNA E 
BRAUN JENNIFER A 
BREEN.KATHERINE A 
BREMNER.MICHELLE L 
BRENNA.CAROLYN J 
BRENNANBRJDGET C 
BRENNAN.MELISSA T 
BRENNAN.RYAN P 
BRETON.SARAH R 
BREUER,MATTHEW L 
BRICK.ANNA M 
BRIER.BETH R 
BRIGGS.ADAMM 
BRIGGS.HOLLY G 
BRIGGS.SCOTTW 
BRIGHTLY,IVANP 
BRINK.NICHOLASJ 
BRODER.SAMANTHA L 
BRODERICK.DANIEL E 
BROOMHEADJESSICA L 
BROWER.SARAH E 
BROWN.CHRISTOPHER W 
BROWNJENNJPER A 
BROWN.MATTHEW C 
BROWN.MTNDYL 
BROWN,OCTAVIA S 
BROWN.REBECCA J 
BRUHM,KRISTOPHER D 
BRUNEAU.DAVID A 
BRUNO.MELISSA E 
BRUNS.INGRID E 
BRUTUS,JULIETTE 
BUCHANAN.ELIZABETH R 
BUDINGTON.STEVE W 
BUGBEE.SHAWN C 
BUJNICKI.KELLYJ 
BUNCH.CHRISTOPHER A 
BURKE.MATTHEW C 
BURKE.MICHAEL P 
BURKE.TARA A 
BURNS.BRIAN M 
BURNS,ERJNM 
BURNS.JONATHAN T 
BURTJOHN M 
BURT.NOAH D 
BURTON.KEVTN P 
BUSH.SCOTT H 
BUTKIEWICZ, JOSHUA J 
BUTLER.ERTK B 
BUTLERJLYNN E 
JBUTLER.MICHELLE S 
BUTLER.SARAH A 



BUYNICKI.NATHAN C 
BYRNESJAMES R 
CAHILL,BERNARD W 
CAHILL,LAURA A 
CAMLL.MICHAEL T 
CAHILL.MOLLYK 
CALEF.NATHAN A 
CALLAGHAN.MEGAN 
CALLAHAN.EMILY M 
CALLAHAN.ERIN L 
CALO.MERLINJ 
CALOGERO.MELISSA L 
CALVANI JENNIFER A 
CAMERONKATHRYN G 
CAMILLI.DANIELA 
CAMP.KARA A 
CAMPBELL.BHAIRD A 
CAMPBELL.CHRISTINE M 
CAMPBELLJOSIAH A 
CAMPO.ROBINM 
CANNJANELLER 
CANNAVA.NICOLE A 
CANNISTRARO.GINA M 
CAP RENZI.RANDALL P 
CAPALBO.SARAH L 
CAPOMACCIO.MARC 
CAPPELLI.ANDREW C 
CARDONE.AMY M 
CARDULLO.ANTHONY F 
CAREW.DAWNM 
CAREY.DAVIDJ 
CARLO.DEBORAH 
CARLSON.KATHRYN L 
CARLTON.JENNJPER L 
CARNEY.PETER D 
CARON.AMYL 
CARPENTER.DEREK J 
CARPENTER.SARAH E 
CARPENTER, WILLIAM T 
CARR.CHRISTINE G 
CARR.WILLIAMM 
CARRASQUILLO.PETER J 
CARRERA.DENNIS O 
CARRIER,HEATHER J 
CARROLL.CASSANDRA M 
CARROLL.GREGORY J 
CARROLL.JESSICA L 
CARROLL.TAMAR W 
CARVER.ELIZABETH A 
CASAGRANDE.REBECCA M 
CASAL.MAPJSOL P 
CASELDEN.ROBERT F 
CASEY/THOMAS A 
CASH,KOH A 
CASHMAN.BROOKE A 
CASINGAL.KAREN P 
CASSINJAMES M 
CASTELLON.MAYA B 
CASTLE.DAVID S 
CASTMAJOENAL 
CASTRONOVO.LAURA A 
CATALETTO.DAVJD J 
CATE.DAVID S 
CATONE.AMELIAM 
CAUDILL,ANGIJEN 
CAVERZASI.TARA S 
CERDA.LUIS E 
CERIO.MICHAELJ 
CESNEK.CHRISTOPHER A 
CHABAN JCJMBERLY A 
CHAMAS JOSEPH B 
CHAMBERLAIN.CASEY L 
CHAN.KWOKF 
CHANG.AN TING 
CHAPERON.TOBY C 
CHAPPELL JONATHAN R 
CHAREST.HOLLY E 
CHARLES JOANNE C 
CHARLES.KEREN M 
CHARLOT.STEVE N 
CHARLTON,NIGEL W 
CHARRON,NICOLE C 
CHARTRAND.BRIAN A 



CHECKJOSEPH 
CHEN.KEVIN P 
CHEUNG,NORMAN 
CHEUNG.PATRICK 
CHEVALIER LARSEN.ERICA S 
CHIARO.MAURA C 
CHTDI.GEORGEA 
CHILAKA JAMES C 
CHTLDS.SAMUEL A 
CHCLTON.PETER C 
CHJM.HAU MEI 
CHIN JANICE L 
CHJPMAN.NICOLE M 
CHIPMAN.SAMUEL B 
CfflRICHJELLO JULIE M 
CHIU.HENRY 
CHTVERSJOHNE 
CHO.DEBORAH S 
CHO.MARY A 
CHOQUETTE.DUANE M 
CHOZ.KEILA A 
CHRISPHONTE.VALERIE 
CHRISTENSEN.ARNE K 
CHUNJANE 
CHUNG.RICHARD Y 
CIAVOLA.PAULJ 
CIRINCIONE.SONNY J 
CIULLA.DANIELLEJ 
CIULLA.MICHAELR 
CLARK.DOUGLAS D 
CLARK.LOREN C 
CLARKE.ERICAL 
CLAWSON.KRISTOFER J 
CLEARY.DJANAL 
CLEMENT.CLAUDIA R 
CLERKTN .JENNIFER L 
CLERMONTJONATHAN I 
CLEVELAND.TERRI D 
CLOUGH.ALEXIS M 
CLOUGH.JEFFREY R 
CLYNE.MONICA S 
COCO.CHRISTINE A 
COHEN.ARJJELR 
COHEN JOSHUA B 
COHEN.MANDII 
COHEN.MELISSA L 
COISCOU.MDLISON 
COLDWELL.CHRISTOPHER C 
COLE.DAVIDM 
COLEGROVE.ELIZABETH A 
COLLAR.AMANDAJ 
COLLARDJASON L 
COLLETTE.JEFFREY E 
COLLINS.STACYA 
COLON PJVERA.HECTOR J 
COMEAU.JENNTFER A 
COMTOIS DAVIS.EVE M 
CONCEICAO.REGINA M 
CONCEPCION.NEIL S 
CONDEJOSEE 
CONEFREY.BONNIE I 
CONLEY.CHRISTINE E 
CONNARE.CHRISTTNE B 
CONROYJAMES P 
CONTRERAS.YVETTE 
CONWA Y.CHRISTOPHER M 
COOK.CHRISTOPHER R 
COOK.SARAH M 
COOKEJASON 
COON.ELIZABETH R 
COON.KATHRYN S 
COPEN.ADRIENNEC 
COPPOLA.CHRISTINE J 
CORBIN.MICHAELR 
CORCORAN.AMY B 
CORDERO ALVARADO.MABEL I 
CORDERO.JULIOA 
COREY.EMILYF 
CORMIERJOELHJ 
CORNISH.SAMUEL S 
CORREA MEYER, VERA S 
CORREIA.PEDRO M 
CORRIGAN.RYAN P 



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CORRY.ROBERT M 
CORTIS.BRUCE J 
COSBY.SHENTTA A 
COSTA.CARJLA A 
COSTELLO.DANIEL P 
COSTELLO.MICHAEL P 
COTTER.DAVID M 
COTTREAU.RYANJ 
COUGHLIN.MOLLYJ 
COX.JOEL E 
COX.MATTHEWM 
COYNE.CHRISTOPHER M 
COYNE.ERINM 
CRAIG.CHRISTINE A 
CRAIGJESSE E 
CRAWFORD.KIMBERLY G 
CRENSHAWXYNDSAY R 
CRESPO.OSCAR 
CREUTZ.GRETCHEN M 
CRONIN.MATTHEW J 
CROOKER.AMBER M 
CROSBYJACQUELINE A 
CROUSE.TRAVIS W 
CROWLEY.MEGHAN M 
CRUZ-MUNOZ.RENSO B 
CULLEN.KEVIN W 
CULLINAN.SHAUNJ 
CULVER WELL JAMES A 
CUMISKXYJOHNF 
CUMMINGS JOHN D 
CUMMINS JASON S 
CUNHA.RONALD M 
CURLEY JESSICA A 
CURRANXAURA D 
CURRAN.THOMAS J 
CURRIE.BRADFORD P 
CURTIS.BRANDALYNN J 
CURTIS JOHARIL 
CZEPIEL.ELIZABETH B 
CZERNICHJASON A 
D"INTRONO.ANTONIETA C 
DACOSTA.NEUSA E 
DACUS.SEAN J 
DAFFANALISSA 
DAHLSTROM.ANIRA O 
DAILEY.MATTHEW T 
DALBEC.MATTHEW D 
DALEY.CHARLES F 
DALEY.SHEILA M 
DALTON.ADRIAN S 
DALTROY.SUSAN L 
DAMON.TODW 
DANDRETA.CHARLES HJR 
DANFORTH.CHRISTTNA A 
DANG.TUAN V 
DANIELS.ROBERT D 
DASS ALISON I 
DARCY.KARA P 
DARCY.SCOTT C 
DASILVAJSABEL 
DATTANASIO.DAVID W 
DAVENPORT JENNIFER A 
DAVERINJOSEPH R 
DAVTD.CHRISTOPHER G 
DAVIDSON.BETH A 
DAVIS,AIRIELM 
DAVIS.BRUCE E 
DAVIS.MOLLYA 
DE BOADO.DIEGO S 
DE GRUYL.TODD O 
DE PIERO.RICHARD G 
DEAN.CHRISTI E 
DEANE.MICHELLE E 
DEC.TERRY J 
DECASTRO.ARTURO 
DECECCOXINDSAY M 
DECHAMBEAU JENNIFER T 
DECRUXADAM P 
DEDOCLOI..FIJ-M 
DEFALCOJENNIFER L 
bf/.NAN.KATHRYN S 
DEGRAZIA.AIMEE 
DEGREGORIO.ALI.SA M 



DEIULIOXMILY K 
DEJESUSJOSEA 
DELANEYXLIZABETH K 
DELLJEFFREY A 
DELL JESSICA N 
DELLAGALA.MICHAEL J,m 
DELSIGNORE.RYANN L 
DELUCO.KRISTEN A 
DEMAIO.DERRICK L 
DEMERS.DANIEL L 
DEMETRIOU.MICHAEL P 
DEMICHELE.TINA R 
DENNIS.KEISHAT 
DENNIS.KELLEYL 
DERANY.NICOLE M 
DERUNK.CHRISTINE A 
DESCHINEAU.GRAZIELLA J 
DESIMONE.DAHLIA N 
DESMOND.HARMONY A 
DESROCHERS.JENNA M 
DESROSIERS.CHRISTOPHER G 
DESROSIERS.DANIEL J 
DEVASIER.JEANNE R 
DEVELLIS.KARRA B 
DEVERGBLIO,JEFFREY C 
DI IORIO.SUSANNA 
DIANTONIO.MARK E 
DIANTONIO.MATTHEW S 
DIASXDSON F 
DICAPRIO JASON D 
DICIOCCO.THERESA M 
DICKINSON.MONICA F 
DIGIAMPAOLO.AMIE 
DILEO.NICOLEM 
DIMAURO.DOMINIC G 
DINGWELL.RACHEL A 
DINISCO.MATTHEW J 
DINON.TENNILLEL 
DION.ALISONB 
DIONNE.MICHELLE C 
DJELASSI.IRADA 
DLOTT.MICHAELD- 
DMYTRYSHYN.KRISTIE M 
DO.TU T 

DOBBS.CRAIG M 
DOHERTY JAMES T 
DOHERTY.MAURENE E 
DOLANJAMES M 
DOMENA.MICHELLE L 
DOMINICK.CAMERON H 
DOMINIQUE.DEMOSTHENES 
DONARUM.KATHERINE A 
DONELAN.MICHAELA H 
DONOGHUEXLLEN C 
DOSHI.JULIE 
DOUCETTE.RYAN H 
DOVDAVANY,NAOMI F 
DOWLING.MAXWELLJ 
DOWNEY.SHANNON L 
DOYLEJAMES R 
DOYLE.MICHAEL P 
DOYLE.SHANNON B 
DOYLE, VANESSA L 
DRISCOLL.DEIRDRE S 
DRISCOLL.MICHAEL G 
DRISCOLL.SEAN P 
DRIVER JOSH D 
DROBOT.HOLLY M 
DRUMMONDXARS C 
DUBE.GREGORY S 
DUBEJENNIFER M 
DUFAULT.SARAH E 
DUFFY.MEGHAN M 
DUMONT.KRISTELJ 
DUNCANJARRETT B 
DUNHAM.WESLEYJ 
DUNNXISA N 
DURFEE.CASEY S 
DUVALL Y.RYAN B 
DZICZEK.KAREN C 
EAGAN.ROBERT C 
EAGLE JEREMY J 
ECHEVARRIA.KEITHA 



EDELSTEIN.MEAGHAN S 
EDMONDSJASON N 
EDOIN.DANIELK 
EDWARDSXAUREL S 
EDWARDS.ZACHARY A 
EDZIE.ADJOA 
EGAN.GREGORY R 
EGEL.STEPHANIE M 
EGLOFF.TANYA E 
EICHENLAUB.SETH S 
EIGEN.ALAN S 
EIPPER.AMY E 
EISENSTEIN,ANDREA R 
ELAM.ANNE A 
ELDREDXRIC C 
ELEFSON.ALAN M 
ELKIND.SHANA E 
ELLIS.CHRISTOPHER S 
ELLIS .VICTORIA J 
ELMI.OMAR A 
ELMORE.MONICA K 
ELYJASON P 
EMME.ELAINEM 
ENOCHS.GREGORY J 
EPSTEIN.AMYB 
ERVEN .PERSEPHONE M 
ESCRIBANOJOSE RJR 
ESPOSITO.CARRIE 
ESTAVILLO.ATHENA C 
ESTRADA.DIANA 
EUSEBIO.MARK F 
EUTSAY.LEVENCE S 
EVANSJA'MEDL 
EVANS.KAREN M 
EVANS.THOMAS D 
EVELETH.JESSICA E 
EVORAJOAO 
EVORA.MARLON 
EXNER.ELLEN E 
FABIAN.MARTTNA B 
FAGTANAC.STEVEN B 
FALARDEAUXAURA M 
FANEUF.AMANDA B 
FANTARONI .JEREMY M 
FARBER.MAX J 
FARLEY.TARA K 
FARO.NICOLEE 
FARRELL.ERICA L 
FARRELL.SHAUNA M 
FARRENKOPF.KELLY L 
FAUL.STACEY L 
FAVREAU.GINA D 
FAYE JOHN G 
FAZIO.ANTONIOG 
FEDELE.ALICIAP 
FEENEY.SIOBHAJJM M 
FELLOWS JODIH 
FERDINAND.NICOLE 
FERGUSON.JULIANE M 
FERGUSON.RYAN E 
FERNANDES.ALBERTINA M 
FERNANDES.LOUIS 
FERNANDEZ.ELIZABETH 
FERNANDEZ.MARIEL A 
FERREN.DAVID E 
FERRO.PAUL R 
FERSCH.ELLSWORTH H 
FIDALGO.KEVIN 
FIELD.TORY L 
FILIOS.KATHRYN M 
FINBERG.DANA B 
FINNIE.DANIELJ 
HORELLA.HEATHER A 
FIRGELESKI.ELIZABETH B 
FISCHBEIN.CARRIEJ 
FISH.ERIN M 
FISHBURN.SARA C 
FISKXAURAJ 
FITCH.KEVINM 
FITZEMEYER.MEAGHAN K 
HTZGERALD.KEV1N T 
FITZGERALD.SHELIA A 
FITZPATRICK.HEATHER B 



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FITZPATRICK.SEAN D, 
FIVECOAT.CANDACE L 
FTX.DAVTD M,n 
FLAHERTY.KAITLIN R 
FLANAGIN.SHAUNA L 
FLEMING JENNIFER A 
FLEMMING.VINCENT R,m 
FLEURYJOHN M 
FLYNN.RYAN K 
FOGELSON.SUSAN B 
FOLEY JOHN H 
FOLEY.STACY L 
FONSECA.KJMBERLY R 
FORMHALS.KEVTNJ 
FORS.ANTHONY V 
FORTE.GEORGEJ 
F0RTIN1,KRISTINEM 
FOSTER.RENEE S 
FOURNIER.DANIELLE N 
FOWLER.DEVON B 
FRALEIGH.AMANDA L 
FRANCHEBOIS.CHERIE L 
FRANCK.MARY E 
FRANCO.GLENDA N 
FRANKLINJAMES L 
FRANZ,MATTHEW D 
FRASER.KATHLEEN M 
FRAUSTO.NANCY E 
FREDETTE.KATE E 
FREEMAN.TARA A 
FRffiDMAN.DANIEL I, 
ERIEDMANJOEY B 
FRIEDMAN.SCOTTA 
FROUM.HANA M 
FRUTKIN.CARLYE S 
FULLER.NATHAN O 
FURLANO.KERRY E 
GABOURY.AMY B 
GADBOIS.NEILR 
GADEA.NATALIAC 
GAGNE.KATHERINE A 
GALLAGHER JOHN F 
GALLAGHER,MARK R 
GALLAGHER.PATRICIA M 
GALLAGHER/TIMOTHY P 
GALPERIN.BORIS G 
GALUARDI.PETER 
GAMBALE.KEVINL 
GAMBURG.LARISA A 
GAMEL.DIANAB 
GANIAS.SARAH A 
GANNON.MATHEW J 
GARBER.HEATHER S 
GARCEAU.CYNTHIA A 
GARCEAU.TIMOTHY J 
GARCIA,ANGEL D,JR 
GARGANO.CYNTHIA M 
GARLAND.ANDREW B 
GARLAND.EDWARD F 
GARLICK.MICHAEL J 
GARTAGANIS,PARIS G 
GASS.MATTHEWT 
GATELYJAMES A,JR 
GAUDETTE.REBECCA M 
GAUVREAU.KAREN M 
GAYNOR.NICOLE A 
GEIGER JOSEF H 
GELINAS.PAUL D 
GELLER.MARC E 
GENAO,AMANDAE 
GENAUD.ALEXANDER E 
GENTILE.SARAH L 
GENZA.RUSSELL F 
GERASIMOVA.OLGA A 
GERDING,AARON P 
GERMER O'CAROLAN.ADRIAN C 
GEROME.ELEANOR M 
GERZON.NINA 
GETTY.WILLIAMJ 
GEVRY.JENN1FER R 
GHANEH.AZADEH 
GIAIMO.COLLEEN 
GIANNAROS.MATTHEW P 



GIBBS.LAURINA D 
GIBSON JONATHAN E 
GIBSON.KATHLEEN F 
GIFFORD JESSICA R 
GIGANTI.MONICAF 
GIGEE.GRANT R 
GIGLIO.MICHAELA 
GIL.DELVIL 
GILBERT.EMMA L 
GILDA Y.RYAN P 
GILL.KRISTIM 
GILLESPIEJ DENNIS 
GILLETT.ALEXIS L 
GILLETTE.CAROLYN W, 
GILLIGAN.CHRISC 
GILLIS.MARIA LEYRE 
GILLMAN.JESSICA M 
GILLMEISTER.MATTHEW T 
GILLMOR.SARAHJ 
GILMAN.REBECCA R 
GILMER.GEORGE L 
GILROY.NEILR 
GINLEY.DANIELE 
GIRARD.BRIANP 
GIROUX.MARTIN E 
GISONDI.AMYL 
GIZA.ELIZABETH S 
GLANVILLE.CHRISTOPHER F 
GLASS.GREGORY R 
GLASSMAN.ANDREA B 
GLAUBER.REBECCA K 
GLOWIK.TIMOTHY D 
GOC.ANN MARIE 
GODDARD.DAN M 
GODINO.KATELYN A 
GOGUEN.LESLIE A 
GOING.MARYC 
GOLDJASON P 
GOLDBERG.STEPHANIE B 
GOLDEN.NICOLE H 
GOLDFARB.LINDSAY M 
GOLDMAN.MARISSA B 
GOLDSTEIN.BREE G 
GOLEN.CHRISTINA M 
GOMES.W ALTER B 
GOMEZ.MANUELJ 
GONCALVES.CECILIA A 
GONCALVES JACK A 
GONCALVES.NUNO M 
GONZALEZJAV1ER B 
GONZALEZ.JENNIFER L 
GONZALEZ.SUJEIRY 
GOODFIELD,JESSICA 
GORDENSTEIN.ANDRE L 
GORDIEVSKY.LUSA 
GORDON.AMANDA 
GORDON.MELANIE E 
GORDON.TYLER K 
GORMAN.KELLYA 
GORMLEY.SARAH T 
GOSSELIN.MONIQUE M 
GOTTSCHLICHT JENNIFER P 
GOTTWALD.KIRSTEN A 
GOULART.CARLEN M 
GOULD.TTMOTHY B 
GOUTE.TANISHA 
GOVONI.ALLISONM 
GOYETTE.ARTHUR V,m 
GRACE.ANGELL 
GRACE.MEREDITH L 
GRACE.SAREEDA R 
GRADER,MATTHEW D 
GRAFAKOS.CONSTANTINA P 
GRAHAM.MELISSA 
GRANT, VALERIE J 
GRASSIE,PAUL E 
GRAVES.MARYBETH 
GRAY.MICHAEL P 
GRA Y.RYAN C 
GRAZIOLI.TON1L 
GREACENJONATHAN D 
GRECO.DENNIS S 
GREENJESSIEL 



GREEN.LILAC H 
GREEN.SCOTT R 
GREENEY.BETH M 
GREENSPAN.TARA N 
GRIERSON.SCOTT D 
GRIFFIN.KEVINM 
GRIFFTN.TESS Z 
GRMES.MOLLYL 
GRINNELL.MELANIE D 
GRONNER.JESSE S 
GRONOWICZ.MATTHEW S 
GROSSMAN.MICHAEL S 
GROVER.AJEETK 
GROVES .VICTORIA M 
GRUBER.KEVTNJ 
GRUPPI.DANIELP 
GUARDINO.KAREN N 
GUERIN, JENNIFER M 
GUESSOUS.OMAR 
GUGGENHEIM.COURTNEY M 
GUIDAJULIAA 
GUTLLERMO.CEYLIN B 
GUMBS.DANA A 
GUMPRIGHT.BRODERICK J 
GUNSALUS.WILLIAM P 
GUPTA.SVERGE R 
GURF1ELD,IANL 
GURMAN.SUSANNE M, 
GUSTAFSON.CARLA J 
GUSTIN.KATHERINE 
HACKETT.BRENDAN J 
HACKETT.ROBERTA J 
HAGOOD.DEYATE 
HAHESY.CATTLIN L 
HAIDAK.MICHAEL P 
HAIMES.ELLIOTJ 
HALE.LAURAE 
HALEY.BENJAMINJ 
HALEY.DAWNM 
HALL.GINAM 
HALLIDAY.RYANJ 
HALLISEY.KATHRYN R 
HALPERTN.ERINS 
HAMBLETON.SARA H 
HAMILL.SCOTTA 
HAMILTON.BRANDON G 
HAMILTON.COURTNEY R 
HAMILTON,LEAHA 
HAMTLTON.RAMON M 
HAMMON.PAULM 
HANJASON S 
HANCOCK.JESSICA B 
HANDWERKER.ETHAN 
HANLEY.ALISON M 
HANLEY.SHEILAGH A 
HANNON.ANDREW C 
HANSEN.ERIKL 
HANSEN.GIANNAM 
HANSON.KERRJE L 
HARDING.IANN 
HARM.GEOFFREY 
HAROON.SAAD 
HARRINGTON.ALEXANDER M 
HARRIS.AMELIAR 
HARRIS.NEILM 
HARRISON.AMEE 
HART.KEVTNN 
HART.REBECCA J 
HARTIGAN JAMES P 
HARTMAN.KELLY F 
HARTZLER.TODD J 
HASAN.NAZNEEN 
HATCH.ROBERT F 
HATFIELD.SAML 
HAWKES.LISAJ 
HAYDEN.ANGELA M 
HAYDEN.DANIELA 
HAYES.ANTHONY R 
HAYES.LEANNE B 
HAYS.MELISSA C 
HEALE.KRISTINAM 
HEALEY.DAN1ELR 
HEATHJEFFREY M 



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HEBENSTREIT.PETER N 
HEBRARDT.CHRISTOPHER J 
HEDGECOCK JAME L 
HEFFERON.EDWARD J 
HEINES.RUSSELL G 
HEELE.EMILY S 
HELMSTADTER.CHRIS H 
HEMINGW A Y.SEAN C 
HENDERSON JULE M 
HENRIES.ALISON A 
HENRY.MAURA N 
HERNDON LEBLANC.KRYSTIN L 
HERRERA.RAQUEL 
HERSEY.BENJAMIN R 
HEYES.DAVID L 
HICKEY.AMY A 
HICKEY.THOMAS F 
HIGGINS.MATTHEW W 
HIGGINS.SEAN P 
HIGGINS.STEPHEN C 
H1GGINS.TODD R 
HIGUERA.PRISCELA 
HILLJACQUELYN S 
HJLL.MARCIA L 
HJLL.MATTHEW M 
HILL.SHAWNT 
HILLMAN.HEATHER N 
HINKLEY.MICHAEL R 
HJPPENSTEELE.YOLANDA E 
HIRSCH.DAVIDJ 
HIRSCH.SARAH N 
HIRTLE.CLIFTON C 
HTXON.MARKG 
HO.SON N 
HO.YA-KO 

HOCHREITER.WENDY J 
HODGDON.MICHAEL J 
HODGES.RHIAN A 
HOESSEL.MALAINA L 
HOFF JAMES D 
HOFFMAN.HEATHER W 
HOGAN.HAYLEY D 
HOLCOMB.ERICA Y 
HOLLAND.CRAIG H 
HOLMAN.ANDREW J 
HOLMGREN.KEVIN R 
HOLZMAN.WILLIAM C 
HOPKJNS.CHRISTIAN D 
HOPPER.LESLE A 
HORGAN .WILLIAM J 
HORHOTA.MICHELLE A 
HORNSTEIN.ROBIN A 
HOSEY JEANMARE C 
HOULNE.SARAH A 
HOURIHAN.BRENDAN J 
HOUSE.MORGAN M 
HOWARD1EIGHANN 
HOWE.AARON E 
HOWELL.CHRISTOPHER W 
HOWES.MICHAELS 
HOYT.ELISABETH B 
HUHUOYl 
HUANGJANNE 
HUDDY.MICHELLE L 
HUDSON.CHAD A 
HUDSON JENNEER L 
HUMPHREY.NIKKI M 
HLNGJOSEPH R 
HUNSICKER J£LYN M 
HUNT.CHRISTINE C 
HUNTER.TEHRAN T 
HUPP.MARCI M 
HURD.CHRISTOPHER R 
HUSEINOVIC.NEDA 
HUSTED.ROSS W 
HUTCHENJOHN F 
HUTCHINSON.DOUGLAS J 
HUTTONJEFFREY M 
IEST.CHARLOTTEC 
IKASALO.RUSSELL D 
ILICROMINAG 
ILIN.BORIS 
IMTIAZ.UMAR M 



INNIS.THOMAS N 
IOCCO.MICHAELG 
IRVTNG.MICHAEL 
ISALES.CYNTHIA 
JACKSON.BRETT C 
JACOB .MATHEW S 
JACOBS.KATHLEEN L 
JACOBSONJANA M 
JACQUES.WESLEY A 
JAEGER.ANDREJ 
JAEMMUANG.AJJLADA 
JAJME.RUDY 
JANCSICS.MATHEW J,IV 
JANISKO.THOMASJ 
JANULEWICZ,JENNEER R 
JAQUITH.THOMAS E 
JARNES.ALLISON L 
JASZEK.EDWARDF 
EAN MARE.RACHEL L 
EFFKO.PAULW 
JENNER.HEATHERL 
ENNINGS,JENNEER LYNN 
JERMINE.TRICIAA 
ESPERSEN.L1SE V 
JOBE.ANDREA M 
JOHNSON.AMANDA L 
JOHNSON.ANDREW K 
JOHNSON.BENJAMIN M 
JOHNSON.BENJAMIN M 
JOHNSON.CHRISTOPHER R 
JOHNSON.CRISTINE M 
JOHNSON.DONITA M 
JOHNSON.MARK A 
JOHNSON.MICHAEL E 
JOHNSON.MICHAEL W 
JOHNSON.THOMAS B,IV 
JOHNSON.ZOE S 
JOHNSTONJERICA H 
JOLESZ,MARTA 
JOLIN,JEFFREY 
JOLLY,DOLLYG 
JOLLY.MARK E 
JONES.BRYAN C 
JONES,NATHAN D 
JORDAN.KAREN M 
JOSEPH.ASHLIEM 
JOZEFIAK.ANNAM 
KADEN.MAITHEW A 
KAGAWA.YUJIN 
KANAZI.RAMZI K 
KANE,JAMESF,m 
KAPENASJAMES M 
KAPGAN.ELENA R 
KAPINOS.TINAM 
KAPLAN .DEBORAH A 
KAPLAN.JUAN CARLOS S 
KAPLAN.LAUREN R 
KAPOOR.BONU 
KAPOPOULOS.BETH A 
KARAPANOS.KATRINA N 
KARNEY.ELIZABETH A 
KARRAT.PAUL J 
KASAHARA.YUJI 
KASHUCK.ENNIFER A 
KATZ.CARYN M 
KATZJASON A 
KEANE.KRISTIAN B 
KEANE.MICHAEL R 
KEARSLEY.BRIAN A 
KEENAN.BRENDAN G 
KEENAN.NICHOLAS S 
KEIR.ZACHARY 
KEISLINGJOELA 
KEISLING.JULEA 
KELLER.JENNIFERL 
KELLER.SEAN M 
KELLEY.ANDREW 
KELLEY.BRIANNE M 
KELLEY.BROOK 
KELLEYJOHN K 
KELLOGG.ADAM R 
KELLY.CONSTANCE M 
KELLY.DANIELJ 



KELLY.SARA B 
KELSEY.KIMBERLY A 
KEMPESTY,MJCHAEL J 
KENDALL.PETER H 
KENDALL.SCOTTM 
KENNED Y.BRIDGET K 
KENNEDY.DAV1DJ 
KENNEDY.HOLLY A 
KENNEDY.KRISTEN M 
KENNEDY.MAHASIN D 
KENNED Y.MELINDA R 
KENNEDY.TODD C 
KERAN1S.ACHILLEAS 
KESSLER.ALLISON J 
KHOUNSOMBATH.WELIAM M 
KIGER.REBECCA L 
KJLBRIDE.JOSEPH J, 
KJM.HANNAH 
KIM.IN-HO 
KJM.JIHEE 
KIM.MYUNG J 
KIM.UNJUNG 
KIMBOROWICZ.NICOLE D 
KIMMEL.SARAHJ 
KINGKADEJOHANNA K 
KINNAS.CARLY L 
KINNEYJULETW 
KINUTA.YOSHIYA 
KIRKENDALL.MOLLY C 
KIRKPATRICK,HEIDI W 
KISLO.JOSEPH R 
KITTREDGE.KATHERINE H 
KLEIN JENNEER P 
KLINE.SCOTT M 
KLOCK.REBECCA M 
KLOIBER.CHRISTINE 
KNECHT.JENNEER K 
KNELL,JENNEER A 
KNIGHTLY.SEAN W 
KOBEY .RACHEL M 
KOCHJS.KERRIANNE M 
KODEANEN.TASHA 
KOFITSAS.EUGENIA 
KONDEL.CHERE M 
KONTNG.BRIAN P 
KOPELOFF.MELISSA D 
KOPINTO.COREY C 
KOPPEL.BETH A 
KORPEWSKI.DAVID P 
KORWAR.APARNA R 
KOSARAS.ZSOFIA E 
KOSINSKI.MELISSA S 
KOSKY.LAUREN T 
KOSTKA.SASHA A 
KOTKIN.DEBRA R 
KOTOWSKIJASOND 
KOTOWSKI.JELA 
KRAMER.ROSA M 
KRAWEC JOHN A 
KREIN.CHRISTOPHER M 
KRETE.BENJAMINR 
KRIVELOW JESSICA J 
KROL.MELANEM 
KROPEWNICKI.WOJCECH J 
KROTICK.ESSE R 
KROWCHUN.MATTHEW J 
KROZY.EVAN M 
KUANG.MIAOJ1 
KUENSTLER.RICHARD A 
KUO.CHI H 
KURIAN.IVANA N 
KURINSKY.AREH D 
KURZ.ELIZABETH 
KUSHNERJAMES M 
KUYKENDALL.ELIZABETH L 
KUZONTKOSKI.COLBY C 
KWAN.LORETTA B 
LABAY.SUSAN M DES 
LABB.COURTNEY F 
LABONTE.EMILY M 
LABONTE.HEATHER A 
LACHANCE.KARA B 
LACOSTE.KHERNCHRIST K 



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LACROIX JESSICA M, 
LADIN.DAVIDJ 
LAFLASH.THOMAS J 
LAM.CHRISTOPHER K, 
LAM.VINH P 
LAMBERT ASTAR T 
LAMEYTHOMAS P 
LAMOREAUX.KEZIA B 
LANCE.MICHAELP 
LANCLLEAH E 
LANCIAN1.SHELLY L 
LANE.CHRYSTJE A 
LANE.PATRICKT 
LANGEVIN AIMEE N 
LANGLADE.AIDA L 
LANGLAIS.DAVIDW 
LANGSTON.ANDREW J 
LANTAGNE.MICHAEL E 
LAPOINTE.BRADLEY W 
LAPOINTE.CLAYTON P 
LAPOINTE.JEREMIE J 
LARAMEE.ERHC A 
LAROCHE.SHAWN M 
LASTOWSKI JOSEPH T 
LATESSA.STEPHEN L 
LATHAM,JESSICA F 
LATULIPPE.RAE M 
LATZ.PATRICIA L 
LAU.ROGER W 
LA VELLE JUSTIN M 
LAWLER.STEVEN G 
LAWRENCE.RACHEL A 
LAWSON.CHRISTIAN E 
LAYPAN.SULE 
LE.KHA N 
LE.XUAN V 
LEAHY.MEGANE 
LEARY.MANUELAA 
LEARY,MATTHEW H 
LEBLANC.LESLIE A 
LEBOWITZ.RACHEL H 
LEDERMAN.REBECCA J 
LEE JEFFREY M 
LEFEBVRE.MATTHEW T 
LEFKOWITZ,MARC A 
LEHANS.MEREDITH L 
LEICHTHAMMER.MARK W 
LEINROTHTTMOTHY R 
LENNOX.ANANDA M 
LEONJACQUELYN 
LEONARD.MATTHEW S 
LESLIE,NEYLAM 
LESTAGE.LYDIA L 
LETENDRE.CATHERINE A 
LEUNG, VINCENTS 
LEVENSON JJANIEL E 
LEVER.BRIANM 
LEVERT.CATHERINE A 
LEVUMEJULIEA 
LEVINE.RACHEL S 
LEVY.CANDACE R 
LEWIS.GEOFFREY S 
LEWIS.NEKIAL 
LEWIS,STACEY ANN M 
LEWIS, TODD R 
LI.GILES L 
U.KAWAN 
LI.LAPYIN 
LI.SHARON W 
LIANIDES.CORINJ 
LIBBY,MATTHEWI 
LIBERATORE,MARC D 
LIBERTLKRISTINAA 
LJBISZEWSKI.BETH 
LIEBENOW JUSTIN B 
LIN.MARKC 
LINDSLEY.LOREN D 
LINSLEY.BRIANE 
LIOIOJOHNJ 
LIPA.HEATHER L 
LIPP.CHRISTIANA 
LITCHFIELD.SCOTT M 
LITHGOW.CYNTHIA E 



LITTLE,JESSICAA 
LITTLEFIELD.CATHERINE D 
LIVERMORE,MATTHEW J 
LIVERSIDGE.HORACE P 
LIVINGSTONE JILL C 
LIZARRAGA.GIACHERY I 
LLOYD.ERIN H 
LOBO.PATRICIA D 
LOCH.VERENA K 
LOCHIATTO.KRISTY L 
LOCKLIN.HEATHER E 
LOCONTE.GEOFFREY J 
LOIODICE,MELISSA M 
LOMBARDLBETH A 
LOOMIS.MEREDITHJ 
LOPARDO,JENNIFER L 
LOPES AMY E 
LOPESJOSH I 
LOPRESTI.MICHELLE 
LORD.ROBERTJ 
LORDAN JCATE E 
LORENZ.WILLIAM M 
LOSTRACCO,CHIARA M 
LOW JESSICA A 
LOWERY.AMYE 
LUCAS.CHRIS A 
LUCAS.LISA C 
LUCAS.MICHELLE L 
LUCAS/VICTORIA A 
LUCCHESI.ROBIN 
LUCEY STACOM,MICHAELA M 
LUHRS.ROBERT H 
LUI,DESMOND 
LUSCZYNSKI.LISA A 
LUTY.BETH A 
LY.HEANG G 
LY.XUAN 
LYALKO.YURY 
LYDON.THOMAS E,m 
LYLISJERTNE 
LYNCH.BRENDAN M 
LYNCH.MAUREEN M 
LYNCH.VALERJE M 
LYNOTT.PATRICIA E 
LYONS.EILEEN 
MACALUSO.KURTJ 
MACARA.CRYSTAL L 
MACCONNELL.ADAM B 
MACCORMACK JACLYN A 
MACHADO.CARLOS M 
MACHADOTARA A 
MACK.MONTYM 
MACMEEKIN.MARIA L 
MACMEEKIN.SHAWN A 
MACQUARRJEJJANJELLE 
MACROSTIE.MARAH M 
MACWILLIAMS.KRISTY L 
MADAMBA.CHARMAINE FAITH 
MAGAZU JESSICA L 
MAGEAU.MICHAELJ 
MAGEE.MEGHAN A 
MAGNUSSON.DAVID W 
MAHONEY.MARY C 
MAILLOUX, JEREMY R 
MAJLLOUXJOHNC 
MAINVILLE,JENICCA R 
MAIURANO.MARCO 
MAJ.MELISSAM 
MALDONADO JUDITE I 
MALEKNIAZ,MICHAEL F 
MALKUNS.LAUREN K 
MALLORY,CLAUDINE E 
MALONE,JOHNE 
MALONEY.MICHELLE M 
MALONI.LINDSAYB 
MALTACEA.CHRISTTNE M 
MANGAN JENNIFER M 
MANGANELLI.FRANCIS C 
MANOCCHIA JUSTIN J 
MANOLAKOS.PETER T 
MARCELLUS.RODNEY M,JR 
MARCELO.ALEXJ 
MARCIN.ALLISONT 



MARCUS JAMIE L 
MARENCO.CARLOS 
MARINUS.ALICIAI 
MARKEL JASON A 
MARKUNAS.CHRISTOPHER G 
MAROLDA.LYDIA C 
MARSINA.M1CHELE F 
MARTIN.CAROLINE L, 
MARTIN.CHRISTOPHER M 
MARTIN.CHRISTOPHER R 
MARTINJOSEPHJ 
MARTIN.KELLYM 
MARTIN.SEANP 
MARTTNEAU.ERIKA J 
MARTTNEZ.RAMONJTA 
MARTO.ADAM B 
MARV1CI.KRISTINA A 
MASIELLO.DIANEC 
MASON.ROBERT M 
MASON.RYANW 
MASON, VANESSA K 
MASSACHJ.DEBORAH S 
MASTERS.ALLISON L 
MATCHETTJESSICA D 
MATEJEK.CHRISTOPHER J 
MATOS.TJMOTHY 
MATSUURA.AYA 
MATTA.ELIZABETH T 
MATTCHEN.ELIZABETH J 
MATTIO,SEANM 
MATUREVICH,MARIE C 
MATYAS.ROBERTL 
MATZ.CHRISTINAJ 
MAUSER.BRETT P 
MAYBURY.TARA C 
MAYER.CHRISTOPHER J 
MAYER.DYLAN 
MAYO PEREZ.AMORA A 
MAYO.BOBBIEJ 
MAYOCK,JOHNS,m 
MAZANECNICHOLAS J 
MCCABE.PATRICK J 
MCCAFFERTY.SHAWN M 
MCCANN,KEVINA 
MCCARGO.KELLY 
MCCARTHY.CASEY C 
MCCARTHY.KERRY 
MCCLELLANDJESSICA A 
MCCORMACK.COLLEEN T 
MCCORMICKEITH C 
MCCORMICK.KERRY A 
MCCOURTJEMELYA 
MCCOY.BRETT T 
MCCOY.ROBERT G 
MCCOY.SHANDRIA A 
MCCREA.DEREK G 
MCCULLOCH.COURTNEY L 
MCCULLOUGH.HADIYA R 
MCCUSKER.HEATHER A, 
MCDONALD.AARON T 
MCDONALD.CHRISTIE A 
MCDONALD.KENNETH L 
MCENELLY JOHN A 
MCEWAN,JENNIFER M 
MCFARLAND.MICHAEL R,JR 
MCGARRY.KELLY L 
MCGINTY JOSEPH D, 
MCGRANE.MICHAEL T 
MCHUGH.MEGHAN C 
MCINNESS.MICHELLE K 
MCINTIRE.HEATHER M 
MCINTYRE,MICHAEL G 
MCINTYRETUERE A 
MCIVER,MARK A 
MCKEE.STACY C 
MCKENNA.KATA K 
MCKENNA.MARYLUZ P 
MCKTLLOPJESSICA S 
MCKINNON .JENNIFER A 
MCKINNON,SARAH B 
MCLANE.CURREN A 
MCLAUGHLIN JOSEPH S 
MCLELLAN.SAMUEL P 



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MCLEOD.KATHLEEN A 
MCMAHON.CHRISTOPHER L 
MCMASTER.ANGELA K 
MCNALL Y.PATRICK O 
MCNEILL.FELICIA K 
MCNEILL JENNIFER R ' 
MCPHERSON.MELISSA L 
MCWTLLIAMS JENESS A N 
MEADOWS.KELLY B 
MEAGHER.CHRISTOPHER C 
MEALEY.NATHAN D 
MECHLOWICZ JULIE A 
MEDELINSKAS.CHRISTOPHER D 
MEDICO.N nCHELLE 
MEDINA.EFRAIN 
MEEKS.RACHEL E 
MEGRLAN.M1CHAEL S 
MEHRTASH.MERSEDEH 
MEI.SHILI 
MELENDEZJJTZA I 
MELLEY.ERIC C 
MELLEY.PAUL D 
MELNICK.LINDSAY S 
MERCADOJHONAN F 
MERCK JESSICA A 
MERIDAJ.ARA R 
MERKEL.LISA A 
MERRILL.KATHERINE R 
MERSER.MIRLANDE 
N IERTZ.M ATTHEW M 
MESSECK JONATHAN T 
MESSIER.NICOLEM 
METAYER JEAN RJR 
METCALFUSA M 
METZ.COLIN P 
MEYERSJILLM 
MICHAEL.CHRISTOPHER R 
MICHAUD.DANIELLE S 
MICHNEJODIA 
MIDGLEY.KIRSTEN A 
MIFSUD, VENUS A 
MIHAILIDISJ'AUL 
MKORYAK.SARAH L 
MILLER.BRENDAN P 
MILLER.GRETCHEN J 
MILLEJUIEIDI 
MILLERJOHN M JR 
MILLER JOSHUA A 
MILLER.NATH.AN L 
MILLER.NINAK 
MILLER.TAMMYK 
MILLETTE.HEATHER L 
MILLIRON JESSICA M 
MINASIAN.DAVID W 
MIRABAL JENNY S 
MISH.STEPHEN C 
MITCHELL.LYDIA A 
MITCHELL.TAMRA A 
MODARRESJIANA 
MOHAMMAD.BUSHRA 
MOHAMMED.FELICIA J 
MOHAMMED.HAZTM G 
MOHAN JASON F 
MOISE.WEENDA1 
MOJICA.M ADELINE M 
MOK, WINNIE W 
MOLCHAN.TASHA M 
MOLINA JOSEF 
MOLTA.ANGELA M 
MON AHAN.KAREN A 
MONAHAN.KEVIN T 
MONTZ.RAYMOND I 
MONTALTO.ANDREW A 
MONTES.ALAIN D 
MONTGOMERY.STEVEN R 
MONTTLLI.THOMAS J 
MOONEY.KATHLEEN L 
MORAIS.CHRISTTNA M 
MORAN.KEnH P 
MORAN.SEAN P 
MORAN.VALERIE A 
MORANGE.KELCEY H 
MORAWIAK.PETER A 



MORELLO.BENNYI 
MORELLO.MARIEN 
MORENCY.V1CTOR M 
MORENO.ROSANA 
MOREWEDGE.CAREY K 
MORGANJENIFER A 
MORIN.ELLEN A 
MORIN.TRACEY M 
MORIN1.DAVIDM 
MORO JODY LEE 
MORRELL.MELISSA I 
MORRIS.ANDREA N 
MORRISON.MICHELLE M 
MORRISSEY.RENEE A 
MORSE.ANDREW I 
MORSE.DAVID M 
MORUZZI.THEA L 
MOSES.ROBYN L 
MOSS.CHRISTOPHER S 
MOSSACK.KARIN E 
MOYNIHAN.MOLLY A 
MOYNIHAN.PATRICK B 
MUCHA.MICHAELE 
MUEHLETHALER.JEFFREY C 
MUGO.MUTUHI S 
MUIR.LORI A 
MULARSKI.PETERI 
MULIERO.LEAH E 
MULLALY.KELSEY I 
MULLEN.DANIELW 
MULLEN.GREGORY D 
MULLEN.LISAA 
MULLEN.MICHELLE G 
MULLINJILLE 
MULLOY.RYAN K 
MULRYAN.MICHAEL S 
MUMBLOW.PHILIP I, 
MUNCEY.ANDREW 
MUNIZ.ARAINAC 
MUNTHALI.ALICE W 
MURAWSKI.ALISON M 
MURPHY.ERIN P 
MURPHY.HEATHER A 
MURPHY JAMES P 
MURPHY JAMES P 
MURPHY.JENNIFER A 
MURPHY,MEGAN L 
MURPHY.MEGHAN M 
MURPHY.SEAN T 
MURPHY.STEPHEN M 
MURRAY.SANDRA S 
MURRAY.THOMAS V 
MURRAY.TTMOTHY D, 
MURWIN.WILLIAM P 
MUTO.TYANNE L 
MUTTI.ANTHONY M 
MUTTI JEREMY E 
MYERS JOHN E 
NADWORNY.LEANNE 
NAGEL.KTM L 
N AIMAN.KIMBERLY M 
NAJIAR.MOHAMAD YASER 
NAKAGUCHI.HIDEYUKI D 
NAKAMURA.HITOMI 
NATHMAN.MARC D 
NAVAB.SARA 
NAZARIAN.STEVEN E 
NEAL.KELSO L 
NEE.EILEENJ 
NELSON.AMY S 
NELSONJOSHUA C 
NELSON.M. IUDETH 
NERONE.STEPHEN M 
NERSESOV.ANDREY Y 
NEUMANN.ELISABETH F 
NEVILLEJENNIFER L 
NEWCOMBE.TANYA M 
NEWMAN.ELIZA A 
NEWMAN JONATHAN A 
NEWMAN.KATET 
NEWTON.GREGG C 
NG.MING W 
NGO.CHARLES TAN 



NGO.LINHT 
NGUYEN.DAPHUONG L 
NGUYEN.QUY Q 
NGUYEN.VIN L 
NICCOLINI.ALYSSA D 
NICHOLAS.GISELLE E 
NICKENS .ROBERT L 
N1COLL.KIMBERLY L 
NOBREGA.SALLY A 
NOLAN JENNA M 
NORRIS JOSEPH M 
NORTHRUP.KELLI L 
NORTONJAMIEL 
NOWAK.MARCT 
NOYES.BRIAN H 
NUNES.TANYAL 
NUNEZ.FRANCELLIS, 
NWANKPA.IHUAKU U 
O'CONNELL.DIANE C 
O'CONNOR.BARRY T 
O'CONNOR.DEENA R 
O'CONNOR.MARKJ 
O'DONNELL.PATRICK D 
O'MALLEY JAMES P 
O'MALLEY.LAURA B 
O'NEILJOHNJ 
OCONNELL.DANIEL M 
ODAY .TIMOTHY P 
OGILVIE.PAULT 
OH.BOKJ 

OKSAN1SH.IOHNM 
OKUDA.HAJIME 
OLIVER JENNIFER A 
OLIVIERI.HEATHER A 
OLKOVIKAS.MATHEW 
OLSEN.KRISTEN A 
OLSON.ANGELA C 
OLSON JAMES F 
ONEIL.BRIANA 
ONEILL.JAMES M 
ONUOHA.VTvTANC 
ORAM.DIMrnU A 
ORSINI.EDU ARDO I 
ORSIN1 JOSEPH D 
ORTEGA.ANDRES C 
ORTIZ.DAVID 
OSEI.SHEILAN 
OSMAN.KAREN M 
OSTRANDER.KENNETH R.JR 

OSTROWSKI.TODD P 

OSUCHDANTEL B 

OTERO.ORLANDO 

OTT JAMES S 

OTUECHERE-CLEPPER.AINKA C 

OWENS JASON V 

OWENS.MELISSAJ 

OWENS.PAULA M 

OWENS.REBECCA M 

PA.KHEN 

PABREZIS.HEATHER A 

PACHECO.ORLANDO 

PADGETJAMES W,IV 

PADILLA.KRISTINE M 

PAGANO.ADRIANA S 

PAGANO.ALLISON A 

PAGE.EVAN A 

PAICE.MEAGHAN D 

PAINE.MATTHEW H 

PALLANT.DAVIDM 

PALMER.ANDREW R 

PALMER.BROOKE L 

PALMER.SUSAN M 

PALMIERI.CHRISTINE D 

PALMUCCI.BRIAN D. 

PALOZIE.STACY A 

PALUMBO.MATTHEW I 

PANASUK JODI M 

PANCOE.ADRIENNE E 

PAQUETTE.CHANTAL M. 

PAQUETTE.JUSTIN I 

PARE.DAVID E 

PARE.MATTHEWI 

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PARI DI MONRTVA.FABIO 
PARK.MIRIL 
PARK.SOVINA 
PARKER.MELISSA C 
PARKER.MICHAEL F,JR 
PARKS JtATIE L 
PARLIN JASON G 
PARMENTER.DAVID A 
PARSONS.MELISSA K 
PARTENOPE.COLLEEN M 
PARZTVAND.LAUREN M, 
PASQUALE.MICHELE L 
PASTERNAK.AMY L 
PATADAL.BEATRICE 
PATNODE.MARJORE 
PATTEN,ADAMJ 
PATTT.CHRISTIAN R 
PAUL.GEOFFREY M 
PEABODY.SHAUNACY A 
PEARCEJERRY L 
PEARSONJAMES T 
PEAVEY.MATTHEW W 
PEDAPATI.ERNEST V 
PEDERZANI.DORYNE J 
PEELLE.TYSON A 
PEET.SARAH R 
PEISSNER.RACHAEL J 
PELLEGRINO.AMY M 
PENDLEYJCATHERINE G 
PENTON.REKIYAJ 
PEPPERS.EMILY L 
PERALTA.CARLOS R 
PEREIRA.MAGGIE DOCANTO 
PERETZMAN.MARISSA L 
PEREZ, YUISA C 
PERLENFEIN.LACEY L 
PERMENTER.AMY E 
PERNA.CHRISTOPHER J 
PEROMSIK,JOSHUA M 
PERRONRAYANNE 
PERRY.CHRISTOPHER M 
PERRY.ERIC A 
PERRY.MICHAELP 
PERUSSE.CHARLES E 
PETERSJASON A 
PETERS .STACIA E 
PETERS/WILLIAM W 
PETRICCA.TARA L 
PETRO-ROY.AMY M 
PETRUSKA.CLARISSA A 
PETSCHKE.PAMELA C 
PEZZA.GARY M 
PEZZELLA,JEFFREY P 
PHAM.ANN KIEU 
PHANEUF.CHRISTOPHER J 
PHELAN JAMES L 
PHUXIBERT.ELETHEA N 
PHUNGXARRY B 
PICKARD.MARK P 
PEDRA.KAROLINE C 
PffiRCE.RYAN S 
PIERIJTMOTHYG 
PERRO,MICHAELI 
PIETROSANTO JAMES B 
PIH.SANDYRIRA 
PIMENTEL JOSEPH P 
PINCHES.ROGER G 
PINRODEJEKKAVUT 
PINSONNEAULT JOANNA L 
PION JAMES C 
PITZER.CHRISTINEL 
PLACE JONATHAN M 
PLANKEY,BRIANE 
PLANSKY.DAVID M 
PLANTE,JENNIFER L 
PLAZA,JENNIFER L 
PLAZAJTMOTHY B 
POCAS JENNIFER R 
PODLENSKI.RICHARD S 
POHLSON J3ANA W 
POLANDJPAMELA A 
POUMENIJTNAS 
POLVERTNI.LAURA L 



POMIECINSKA.KAMILA O 
POON.POON HAR 
POPIEL.ADAM J 
PORTER-HENRY.GABRIEL 
PORTER.KARYN E 
POTTIER.MICHELLE J 
POULMASJAMES F 
POULTEN.SAMANTHA L 
POWELL.ALAN W 
POWELL.MARGARET E 
POWERS, ERIN E 
POWERS.ERIN R 
POWERS.MATTHEW I 
POY.VESETH 
PRESZJEFFREY D 
PREW,MICHELLE P 
PRICE.CHRISTOPHER M 
PRICE.ERIK N 
PRICE.LAQUANA E 
PRICE.SAMUEL C 
PRIOR.RYAN C 
PROCTOR.MICHAEL R 
PROVOST.KYLE L 
PULLIA.REBECCA L 
PULLIA, VINCENTS 
PUNTTN.ELIZABETH R 
PURCELL.MICHAEL A 
PUSHKAR.ALEXIS N 
PYRRO.NICOLE L 
PYZYNSKI.LISAA 
QUARELLO.ADAM M 
QUATELA J3AVID A 
QUEENAN.CHRISTOPHER W 
QUESTELL.MICHEILA 
QUINN,THERESA M 
QUTTADAMO,ANGELA E 
QUYSNER.ANNIE G 
RAABE.SUZANNE K 
RACINE,IEREMYT 
RAFFO.ROMINAI 
RAFUSE.ALLISON M 
RAGOSTA,ADRIAN I 
RAHMATIJ'EDRAM 
RAKIEY JOSHUA P 
RAKITIN.SARAH B 
RALLS.KATHLEEN S 
RAMA.AMYE 
RAMADAN.SAMIRA S 
RAMAGE.LISAS 
RAMM.RUSSELL D 
RAMONETTI JAIME E 
RAMOS.ALISON H 
RAMOS.OSWALDO 
RANDALL.MEAGAN L 
RAPHAEL.BRIAN L 
RAPHAEL.ELANA 
RATHBUN.SCOTT P 
RAYKHTSAUM.ANNA 
RAZA.SABIH S 
RAZA.SUBKA S 
REARDON.KERRI L 
REDMOND.MICHAEL E 
REGAN.DEBORAH A 
REGAN.KEVTN M 
REGOLIZIO JCELLY A 
REIBOLD.REBECCA E 
REICH.DAVIN L 
REILLY.COLIN D 
REILLY,SARA E 
RENERIS JASON T 
RENZI.LISAM 
RESENDES.DONNY M 
REYES.TAVANE 
RHODES/WILLIAM A 
RIBAUDO,TROY D 
RIBEIRO,NEUSA H 
RICCIARDELLI.DULCE M 
RICE.CORTNEY D 
PJCE.DANA C 
RICE.MICHAELA 
RICHARD JASON M 
RICHARD J* Y AN W 
RICHTER.CARRIE C 



RIENDEAU.AMY L 
RILEY.BRIAN J 
RILEY.SERRA 
RIMMER.KATHLEEN M 
RINALDI.ANDREW N 
RINALDI.DAVIDM 
RING.PAUL M 
RIOS.ANDRESI 
RITCHAY.DAVIDI 
RITTER.GOTTFRIED J,IV 
RIVERA,LYNETTE S 
RIVERA.MELODY 
RIVERA.RAMONL 
ROBBAT.ANDREA M 
ROBBINS.SCOTT D 
ROBERTS.DAVTD M 
ROBERTS.THERESE M 
ROBERTSON.EMILY C 
ROBERTSONJASON E 
ROBICHAUD.CARRJDE A 
ROBINSONJENNIFER M 
ROCK.MARY 
RODGERS.VALERIE K, 
RODRIGUES JJAMILTON S 
RODRIGUEZ.ISAIAS M 
RODRIGUEZ.MARIBEL 
RODRIGUEZ.RICARDO 
ROMOFF,MINDY R 
RONAN.PHILLIPR 
RONDINI.CHRISTOPHER J 
RONGNER.MICHAEL C 
ROOF JAMISON D 
ROSE JAMIE A 
ROSENBLUM.EDEN L 
ROSENZWEIG.AARON W 
ROSS.MARY L 
ROSS.STEPHANIE M 
ROSSETTIE.MICHAEL P 
ROSSI JILL M 
ROTA JONATHAN I 
ROTHGEB,NICOLE M, 
ROUSE.LOUISA C 
ROWLEY/THOMAS PJR 
ROY-CLARK,PETER B 
ROY.KEVIN M 
ROY.KIMBERLYA 
ROZANSKI.MEGHAN A 
ROZIN,IANI 
RUA.MARIO C 
RUBERTI.ALEXANDRA 
RUBERTI.MARY F 
RUCKER.SIMON M 
RUDOLPH.ARTHUR J,m 
RUGGLES J3M0LY B 
RUIZ JOSE F 
RUIZ JUNIOR M 
RUNO,MARY M 
RURY.SARAH E 
RUSAN.NASSER M 
RUSSO.ANGELA M 
RUTKIEWICZ,KEITH R 
RYAN JONATHAN P 
RY AN JUSTIN C 
RYBICKI.MICHAEL 
RYNSKY.ALICIAL 
SAARI.MICHAELI 
SACCOCIAJASON D 
SACK.ALEC E 
SADD.NINA N 
SALERNO.ELISA M 
SALOJONK 
SAMSON.CARLA J 
SANCES.MATTHEW R, 
SANCHEZ.LUZ I 
SANCHEZ.MARILYN 
SANDELLJJANIEL M, 
SANDERS.BRIAN R 
SANDERS.NAKEISHA M 
SANDLER.BRYAN W 
SANDS.VICTORIA L 
SANFORD.THOMAS E 
SANGAVARAM.SIRISHA 
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SANTOROJOSEPHM 
SANTORO.MARIA R 
SANTOSJAMES W 
SANTOS JOAO C 
SANTOS JOSE 
SANTOYO.MIREYA 
SANYAL/iNTTA C 
SANZONE.ROBERT J 
S.ARATH.BRIAN 
S.ARDELLAJOANNE L 
SARGENT.LESSIE T 
SATOW.SHARIL 
SAUNDERSJENN1FER C 
SAUNDERS.KAREN E 
SAUNDERS.MOLLY E 
SAUVIGNE.TIMOTHY 
SAVAGE JOHN R 
SAYOIE.KELLYJ 
SAW1CK1.ADAM G 
SAWYER.TIMOTHY P 
SCACE.N1COLE M 
SCAMMELL.KIMBERLY D 
SCANLAN.CORDELIA L 
SCHAEFFER.MICHAEL P 
SCHAFFER.ELANA J, 
SCHEDERN.LISA N 
SCHELLING.CHRISTINA D 
SCHER.HARRIS J 
SCHLEICHER.KAREN S 
SCHLEIPMAN .LESLIE J 
SCHMTTTJOHN E 
SCHMTTT.KAREN M 
SCHOENFELD.ILANA M 
SCHUMAN JUSTIN C 
SCHVV ARTZ.D ANIEL J 
SCHWARZENBACH.ERIC P 
SCILLA.SHANNON 
SCOTT.DAVID K 
SCULL Y.BRIAN M 
SCULLY.MATTHEW S 
SEARS.ALFRED 
SE.ARS.COURTNEY A 
SECORA.MARCY C 
SEIGEL.ADAM L 
SENECAL.HEATHER M 
SENFT.LEXI N 
SEONWOO.EUNICE YEU-OK 
SERGEANT JEANETTE N 
SERGEANTJvflCHELLE F 
SEROTTA.VANESSA S 
SHAFFER.MERRILL L 

SHAFIK.MARLEINE R 
SHAFIROFF.NATALIE K 
SHAILER.MICHAEL N 
SHANEHSAZJ'IAM 
SHAPIRA.DANTEL S 
SHAPIRO.SARAH R 
SHARMAAMYA 
SHARRON.OCTAVIA C 
SHEAJENNIFER L 
SHEA.KELLIE M 
SHEA.MARK C 
SHEA.SARAH E 
SHELLENBERGER.MICHAEL A 
SHEMMERI.EALAF 
SHEPARDXAVONNE C 
SHEPTYCK.ELIZABETH A 
SHERLOCK.DAWN E 
SHERMAN JHELISSA 
SHEVLIN.ELIZABETH A 
SHILLING.BROOKE L 
SHIPPEE.KEVIN M 
SHIPPEY .NATHANIEL J 
SHOGAN.ANDREW M 
SHOPPE.LISA M 
SHRUHAN.COURTNEY M 
SHUER.LEE J 
SHUKAILO.CHRISTINE E 
SHUMAKER.SARAH J 
SIBLEY.MiCHAEL A 
SICARD.ERIC A 
SIDEL.ROBIN A 
SILANSKY JAIME M 



SILBER JULIE L 
SILVA.JENNIFER A 
SELVA.PAULG 
S1LVER.JESSICA M 
SIMMONS.KRISTINE A 
SIMON.KRISTOPHER 
SIMONE.MARIAA 
SIMONIAN.ARPEE 
SINGH.MEHER 
SINGHVI.ASHISH K 
SINICROPE.ALICIA D 
SINNI .LEIGH E 
SKILLEN JAIME C 
SLANG.ALLISON K 
SLATER.ELI O 
SLATTERY.COLLEEN C 
SLAVIN.TARAA 
SLINGLUFF,RICHARD H 
SLOWK.DANIELW 
SMALL JENNIFER L 
SMALL.IEREMIAH D 
SMTTH.ADAMB 
SMITH.ANDREA L 
SMITH.BRIDGETK 
SMITH.CATINAM 
SMTTH.CHRISTOPHER D 
SMITH.KELLY L 
SMITH.MELISSA A 
SMITH.RACHEL L 
SMITH.SANDRAJ 
SMITH.SHANNONE 
SMTTH.STEPHANIEJ 
SMITH.TIMOTHYJ 
SMULLIGAN.STEPHENIE L 
SMULLIN.RACHEL E 
SOBEL.ELKE S 
SOBELJACLYN C 
SOHTZ.FLEUR S 
SOKOLO V.STEVEN J 
SOMERVILLE,ANDREW M 
SOMES.WENDY K 
SOTIRION.LESLIEJ' 
SOTIROPOULOS.DEMETRIOS F 
SOTO.AMY E 
SPADARO.MELINA G 
SPAULDING JAMES P 
SPAULDING.KATHRYN T 
SPAULDING.ROBERT E 
SPEAKMAN.ELIZABETH M 
SPEAR.DAVID A 
SPEIGHT.MARK W 
SPITZ.CARLA M 
ST ONGE.REBEKAH L 
ST ONGE.STACY S 
STAHL.BRIAN D 
STAMM.KARA M 
STAMOPOULOS.ASPASIA A 
STANLEY J AMES E 
STANNARD.SHERRY L 
ST ARK, WILLIAM F 
STARKE JEREMY P 
STARRETT.MICHAEL A 
STEAD.TENNYSON E 
STEARN.ROBYN B 
STEBBINS JOANNE L 
STEBBINS.MOLLY 
STEBENNE.KERI L 
STEELE.MARIANNE P 
STEIL.ALANW 
STEIN.HARLEE C 
STELZER.ERICA R 
STENGELJONATHAN D 
STERLIN.STANLEY P 
STEVENS.SCOTT 
STEVENSON.ROBERT T 
STEWART.VICKE S 
STILES.AMANDA E 
STILES.AMELIA A 
STOCKMAN.ERIN L 
STONE.COLLEEN M 
STONE.J1LLE 
STORCH.DANIEL E 
STOWE.AMY K 



STRICKER.MEREDITH D 
STRHCE.BRIAN M 
STRONG.SABRINA H 
STYCHE.ERICJ 
SUBICA.MICHELE S 
SULLIVAN-BOOVER.SHAY P 
SULLIVAN.ALEXW 
SULLIVAN.BETH E 
SULLIVAN.BRIAN T 
SULLIVAN.CARA M 
SULLIVANJILLO 
SULLIVAN.MEAGHAN K 
SULLIVAN.NATHAN D 

SULLIVAN.NICOLE 

SUMMERLINJOHN 

SUNKENBERGJAMES R 

SUNKLE JENNIFER S 

SURRETTE.SHANE W 

SUSCA.MARGOT A 

SUTTON.ERICAM 

SWAIN,SONJAP 

SWANSONJULIAJ 

SWARTWOUT.ROSS E, 

SWARTZJONATHAN 

SWEDBERG.KRISTINE E 

SWEENEY.JENNIFER A 

SYKES.ELISSA C 

SZAFAROWICZ.ELENA S 

SZILAGYI.SETHA 

SZPAK.KATARZYNA M 

TABB.ROBERT L.IV 

TABI.STANLEYT 

TAITELBAUM JOSHUA S 

TAKACS.ERIN P 

TALBOT.CHRISTOPHER F 

TALBOTT.MICHAEL J 

TALL.ASHA M 

TALLMAN.MATTHEW K 

TAMULIS.BRONJ 

TANG.LIDA 

TARANTTNO.STEPHANIE J 

TARR.EMILY C 

TAVERAS.TANIA 

TAY.LOIS E 

TAYLOR.JESSICAJ 

TAYLOR.PATRICK S 

TAYLOR.TANYAJ 

TEBALDI.ADAM A 

TECZAR.JESSICA S 

TEIG.BENJAMTNN 

TEDCEIRAJOSEM 
TEMKIN.DANIELI 
TEMPLE.ANGELA L 
TEMPLE.SHAWN L 
TERRY.KAREN A 
TESSARIJOSEPHD 
TESSBER.NICOLE C 
TETHERLY.NAOMI C 
TEXEIRA.KENNETH R 
THAYER.RICHARD C 
THERIAULT.LIZMYRA, 
THERIENJOELG 
THEROUX.TARA A 
THIBEDEAU JASON J 
THOMAS.GEOFFREY E 
THOMASJAMIL 
THOMAS.LATONIA D 
THOMPSON.KAIF S 
THOMPSON.MICHAEL S 
THOMPSON.PETER L.IR 
THOMPSON.SHELLEY I 
THOMPSON.TREVOR A 
THRALL.JESSICA P 
THURBER JESSICA M 
TIBBETTS.NATHAN D 
TTNKEL.BRIAN C 
TINKHAM.HELKIAH Z 
TINOSO.MAUREEN S 
TIPPO.INGRIDE 
TKACZUK.ADAM S 
TO.ANH L 
TOBE.SHIZUKA 
TOBEY JENNIFER A 



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TOBIN.PETER B 
TOBIN.WILLIAM F.JR 
TOMASELLO JJAVID C 
TOMAWSKLPAMELA J 
TOMBJESSICAL 
TOOLE.SEANJ 
TORMEY.RICHARD M, 
TORRACA.EDMUND A 
TORRES.KELVIN L 
TOSCANO.MICHAEL P 
TOULOUSE JJANIEL A 
TOURNAS.MARIE K 
TRACY.KEVINM 
TRAMMELL.DANIELA J 
TRANXINDA H 
TRAUM.ERICH C 
TRAVERSJAMES C 
TREANOR.EDWARD R,H 
TREFRY.ALLISON C 
TRINCERI.MICHAEL A 
TRINHPHUONG D 
TROND.DEREK S 
TROTT.ADAM R 
TROTT,KIMBERLY A 
TRUDEAUJOHNR 
TRUDELTAMMIANN M 
TSANG.SHAINA C 
TSECHRINTZIS.AMY B 
TSETSOS.AMY 
TSIANG.MARK T 
TUITE.SUSANNE E 
TURNER.GATES 
TORNER.RHONDA M 
TURNER.STEPHEN J 
TWOHIGAMYN 
TYLEK JCLAUDIA M 
TYLER.ERKJ 
TYLER.GREGORY D 
TYREE.RYAN P 
UNDERHILL.REGAN B. 
UNG.ANDREA O 
UNGAR.NATHANIEL R 
USHER.DOMIN1CKW 
VACA.ELIZABETH M 
VALENTINE,STEPHEN M 
VAN ALLEN.SARA D 
VAN DEWARK.LESLIE R 
VAN HAZINGA.SARAH T 
VAN HUISEN.KELLY L 
VANDERVALK.MARY A 
VARESCHI.BIANCA C 
VARYPATAKJS.KATERINA 
VAUGHN.TARRINGO T 
VELASQUEZ,MARGOT A 
VELEZ.YOMARA 
VENCAKJASON LEN KANOA 
VERDELLJHOMAS J 
VERNICK.MATTHEW E 
VERSACE.AUTUMN J 
VEZZOLA.MARK A 
VIEIRA.DANIELS 
VIENS.DANIELJ 
VILLALPANDO.FRANCISCO 
VE.LAR.ALEXANDER S, 
VINCENT.CHRISTIE L 
VINETT.SCOTT R 
VINSON JULIA M 



VIOLAJOSEPH S 
VISICH.CHRISTINEF 
VTTORINO.TANIAR 
VOIGT.CORRYN E 
VOLDAN.DAVID 
VOLPE.ALYSSA J 
VON RUMOHR.FRITZ 
VOYE.JACQUELINE N 
VU.DANPHU H 
WADMAN.PATRICIA A 
WALKER.CHEROSE L 
WALKER.MICHAEL S 
WALKER.REBECCA J 
WALLACE.KEVIN M 
WALLACE.SEAN 
WALSH JACQUELYN M 
WALSH.PATRICKJ 
WALSH.TPMOTHY P 
WALTON.DAVID M 
WALTON.JENNIFER L 
WANG.YUQI 
WANG.ZHENG 
WARD.MARCIAJ 
WARDWELL,JEREMY D 
WARING.ERICAL 
WASKA.JESSICAL 
WASSERMAN.KIMRA I 
WATSONJENNIFER 
WATSON.OWEN P 
WATSON.SARAH D 
WAYNE.CHRISTOPHER J 
WEBER.ANDREWL 
WEBSTER.KELLY M 
WEED.KPJSTEN M 
WEGIELJASON P 
WEIDELMAN.LAUREN M 
WEINGRAD.ROBERT D 
WEISS.DEBORAH L 
WEISSBLUM.BROOKE D 
WELCH.CHARLES G 
WELCH.MELANIEJ 
WELLINGTON.CHARLES B 
WENDELL.JANICE M 
WEST.RENEEM 
WESTOVER.DONALD P,m 
WEXLER.MATTHEW I 
WHELIHAN.MARY LAURA 
WHTTAKER JAMES M 
WHITBOURNE.STACEY B 
WHITE.DEANNAM 
WHITE.DESIREEA 
WHITE JAMES B 
WHITE,JENN[FERM 
WHITE,JERARDP 
WHITLEY,CHRISTOPHER T 
WHITNEY JESSICA R 
WHORISKEY.SARAH H 
WHYNOTT.ROBERT V 
WICKLUND.DENISE M 
WIDICO.JESSICAL 
WIDUGIRIS.WILLIAM.ra 
WIFFIN.ANTHONY R 
WIGGINS.ALEXIS S 
WILDER.ERINM 
WILKE JESSICA B 
WILICINSON,ALEXANDER D 
WILLARD.MARGARET B 



Continuing Education & UWW 



ACEVEDO.ADIN E 
ALEXANDER.PAMELA D 
ARNHOLD.DONNA M 
BAUSH.DEBORAH A 
BEALL.ANDREW L 
BENOIT,ANNE-MARIE 
BERG JEAN M 
BERNARD.BRENDA R 
BETLEY.LINDA A 
BLACK.MARIONE 
BLAIR.SUSAN A 
BLUMENTHAL.KATHY J 
BONALDO.IRIS 



BORSODY.ELIZABETH M 

BOSCO.MICHAEL A 

BOUDREAU.CYNTfflA M 

BOURRUT LACOUTURE.JEAN-CLAUDE 

BOWE.LISA A 

BOWLER.PATRICIA A 

BRAULT.RICHARD A 

BURKE.LYNN A 

BURKE.MARIA L 

BURNS LUCAS.HEATHER A 

CAHILL.CATHY L 

CAPPUCCI.TERESA E 

CARROLL.DIANE L 



WILLIAM.ELIANM 
WILLI AMS.ERINC 
WILLIAMS.KANDISJ 
WILLIAMS.MARCIA A 
WILLLAMS.REBECCA S 
WILLIAMS.ROXANNE N 
WILLIAMS.STEVEN D 
WILLIAMS.VICKIL 
WILLIAMS.WAYNE A 
WILLIG.MATTHEW E 
WILLS JOHN B 
WILSON.LORI A 
WILSON.RYAN C 
WILSON.TAKEISHA G 
WINCHENBACH.OLIVIA R 
WINDREICH.STACY L 
WINGARD.DAVID M 
WINGER.KARENA 
WINSHTP.CATHLEEN C 
WINSHIP.ELIZABETH B 
WINTHROP ONEY JESSICA R 
WISE.ANDREWW 
WISNIEWSKI.BRIAN P 
WOLAVER.MATTHEW L 
WOLF.ERIN L 
WOLF.ROBERTJ 
WOLFSON.SIBELLE H 
WOLK.KEVINJ 
WONG.ANDREWJ 
WONG.HO M 
WONG.LINGPING 
WOOD.BENJAMINS 
WOOD.COREY L 
WOOD.MARY E 
WOODBURY.JESSE D 
WOODWORTH.REBECCA D 
WRIGHT.ADIAN 
WRIGHT.KELLYJ 
WRIGHTSON, WESLEY D 
YADET A.SARAH E 
YANG.SHANG S 
YELLIN.STEPHANIE B 
YIM.SUCHIN 
YIP.KINERIC 
YOPCHICK,ROBYN L 
YOUCH.DAWNJ 
YOUMAN.KATHERINE E 
YOUNG.ALISON F 
YOUNG.DANIEL 
YOUNGLYNNE M 
YOUSEHAN.SEVAN N 
YU.KWOK W 
YUKN1S.ERIC M 
YUN.WONYOUNG 
YURFEST.LAUREN R 
ZABIELSK1JOSEPHE 
ZATTER.WALEED S 
ZAK.KATHRYN B 
ZANZERKIA.ELINA-N1SHA E. 
ZAVODN1CK.BENJAMIN I 
ZEICHNER.LAUREN R 
ZEKARIA.RICHARD E 
ZERMTSKYJGOR 
ZHAO.JUNYI 
ZICKEFOOSEJAMES K 
ZIDZIUNASJOHNJ 
ZIMELMANJLANA K 



CARSON.JEFFREY R 
CHARLES.URSULINE B 
CHASNOFF.TARA 
CFflLSON.TIMOTHY E 
CLARKE.EILEEN A 
COLLINS JOHN C 
CONTED.TEST 
COSTA.ANTONIO R 
COTE.FRANK K 
CURRAN.MARIAN R 
CURRIER.KATHLEEN M 
DAMON.CATHERINE L 
DANIELL.PETER D 



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DAVES JULIENNE L 
DAVIS.DEBRA E 
DIAZ.EDWTN 
DKE.IKECH1 P 
DONNELLY.MARYJ 
DUBREUIL.GAJXL 
DUKE.CAROL A 
DUNLAP.CRAIG L 
DUNN.KATHLEEN A 
DUNN.SALLY-ANNE 
DUSSEAULT.MARY P 
DUSZA.PALILA A 
ERING1.KRISTINEM 
FINNEY JACALYN M 
FLYNN.KARENJ 
FORRESTALL.JULIA A 
FREME.KATHLEEN B 
FRENCH.LAURA K 
FRYER.LENORE D 
GALVAGNI JJENISE E 
GAUTHIER.DIANEE 
GRINDLE.CYNTHLA M 
GUBA.ERIC C 
HANKIN.SYLVIA B 
HARATYXINDA L 
HARMON.DONNA M 
HARWTN .MELISSA S 
HAUKEDALEN.MICHAEL D 
HENNEBORN.BRENDA J 
HONDROGEN.ANN S 
HOLXE.BRIAN P 
HUBERT.DENISE M 
JACOB.FIONA T 
J AGODZINSKJ.ROBERT J 
JANSA.ERINC 
JORDAN JOSEPH A 
JUNG.KIONGLEE 
KARDOS.CYNTHIA B 
KEXAURIEJ 
KHATAK.NAFEES K 
KING.YOHONDA T 
KOLAKOSKLLAURI A 
KUTTNERJESSICA A 
LAHART.ELEANOR A 



LAVELLEXYNN K 
LEAB.LYNN M 
LEFEBVRE, VIRGINIA A 
LEMIEUX.NOREEN G 
LENKER.RON W 
LJEBERMANN.ERICA J 
LINDBERG.CARRIE C 
LINNELL.RICHARDJ 
LUSIGNAN.DEBORAH R 
LYNCH.KATHLEEN D 
MAGRATH.MICHAEL 
MAJLLOUX.PAMELA E 
MATUSZKO.DEBORAH M 
MCCREAD Y.HOWARD B 
MCGLOIN.SHERRI C 
MEARS.RICHARD A 
MILLER.BARRY W 
MILLER JANET M 
MOLAGHAN.GERALDINE A 
MOON.LAURA L 
MORAN.CHARLENE M 
MORGAN.HEATHER A 
MURDOCK.KJMBERLY J 
MURDOCK.LISA M 
MURPHY.ALYCE H 
NEWEY.SELMA L 
NICASTRO.CATHERINE A 
NILES.DEBORAH A 
O'BANNON.MICHAEL E 
OTJONNELL.EUGENE T 
O'MEARAJOANV 
OBERJAY K 
OGDAHL.JUSTYNE L 
ORLEN.CHRISTINE 
OROURKE.ELLEN S 
ORSI.ROBERTA E 
PAGNAMJANEM 
PALMER.EDWARD A 
PAULSEN.FREDERICK P 
PERUSSE.MICHAEL G 
PICKETT.KELLY 
PRONOVOST.LOUIS L 
PUTNAM.DONNA A 
QUADROZZI.GARYJ 



RENNIE.EILEENM 
RENZI.DEBORAH A 
RICE.ELISEA 
ROBINSON.LUCIENNE A 
RODRIGUEZ.ANGELA M 
ROFFE.ARVI J 
ROMAN.HEATHER L 
ROODJOHNJ 
SALAHOU.MARIAM O 
SALVATOREJEANNINE M 
SCHAFFRICK.REBECCA E 
SEIDEL-CYRJANET 
SEVENE.FELICIA B 
SHAW.ELLEN L 
SHEEHANJOHN E 
SHVETSOV.LARISA 
SICILIANO.ROBINL 
SJLVIA,BRANDYL 
SIMPTER,VICKIJ 
SMALL.DAVID H 
SMART.MARYJ 
SNOW.NANCY E 
SOUSA.STEVEN W 
SPARKS.EVA F 
STACK.SEAN V 
STREETER,JEANETTE E 
SULLIVAN.KATHLEEN M 
SYKES.CATHI A 
THOMAS.ALICIAV 
TOSONLNANCY M 
TROTT.CHRISTINA N 
VANDER LEEDEN.RUTH E 
VARILLY,RAYE M 
VROON.LINDAJ 
WALKER.KATRI A 
WALL.SUSANE 
WEBER.SUZANNE 
WENDLING.DARLENE R 
WEST.MELISSAL 
WHEELERJOANNEL 
WILiaNS,MICHAEL W 
XU.RUI 
ZIMMERMANN.CAROL A 



School of Education 



ARRO YO JAMIE P 
BAYARD.LUCY Q 
BECKER.KAREN L 
BORSETTIJANNA R 
CADET JENNY F 
COLE.KERIN M 
COLLINS.ALLISON L 
COLLINS.AMIEL 
DEVEAU.BRIDGET M 
GREGORY.GLEN F 
GRIFFIN,DUANEE 
HATHA WA Y.KENT M 
HELLERBACH.DANIEL K 
HERMANOWSKI JILL C 
HURTEAU.HEATHER D 



JOHNSONMELANIEK 
JOURDAN.REMON M 
LAM.MANWAY 
LIMARZLDANIELLE J 
LINEHAN.JULIEA 
LODI.ELISEC 
LUTZKER.BETH L 
MASTENDINO.CHRISTINE A 
MCCARTHY.ALLISON M 
MCMANUS.HEATHER L 
MORGAN.MICHELLE K 
MOTLEY.TOUSSAINT 
NEWLIN.REBECCA K 
NUREMBERG.BETH A 
OCONNOR.LAURIEJ 



OVERBY.LANCE K 
PARK.ROSEMARY 
PEQUIGNOT,SARAJ 
PORAZINSKI,MICHAEL J 
SALHA.KRISTIN L 
SAVAS.CHRISTINE D 
SOTO.LUIS A 
SOWELL.JESSICA A 
SULLIVAN,ANDREA M 
SULLIVAN,KATHERINE A 
VIEIRA.COLLEENE 
WEEMAN.AMYC 
WESTON.MEGGAN A 
WILK.LESIAR 
ZUCCO.WENDY L 



School of Engineering 



ABBAS.HUSAM E 
ABIBWYOME 
ABRAHAMSON.TORA 
AKKAD.TANVI M 
ALI.SOMA M 
A.VDERSON.AKBAR A 
ANDRE.KAFUI D 
AUCOTT.CHARLES P 
BARG.STEVEN K 
BARRETT JASON C 
BATUYIOSJOHN H 
BEAUDOIN.DANIEL E 
BENNETT.DAVIDJ 
BENSONJEFFREY S 
BERGAGNA.PAUL V 
BERGERJCRISTEN M 
BICCHIERI.FRANK W.III 



BENAJME.PATRICK 
BLACKJONATHAN D 
BROWN.KEVINC 
BUELVAS.MARCOS E 
BURGESS.AARON M 
CALDERON.DANIEL 
CAMP.KERRY Z 
CASE.FRANCIS 
CERONEJAMES A 
CHARLTON JOEL T 
CHASE.ADAM S 
CHOONG.CHEE S 
CHOU.THOMAS W 
CHUNG.NAK H 
CLARKJOHN M 
CLARK.KENNETH P 
CLEVENGER.LOVELL D 



COCCHIMICHAELM 
COHENJONATHAN F 
CONBOY.AMBER N 
CONNOY.KEVINJ 
CONSTANT.LISA M 
CORA, VICTOR N 
COUSENSJOHNJ 
COUTTNHO.RAQUEL S 
CRAWFORD.ANDREW B 
D' AMBROSIO.STEVEN T 
DABBARANSI.KAMOLSUT 
DEAN.MICHAEL C 
DEARTH.AMYE 
DELLERT.MICHAEL J 
DESILETS.DANIEL B 
DESOUZA JEFFREY 
DETERMAN.RUSSELL W 



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D0HERTY3RIDGETM 

DOLLARAARONM 

DONOHOEELLENM 

DRISCOLLMCHAELW 

DURHAMNEALA 

HXJUERO.CARLOSL 

ELHASNAOUIKHAUD 

EUZARDE.VINCENTJ 

FALLONMATTHEWJ 

FARHALSCOTTA 

FERREIRA JJANEL J JR 

FOOIEJDAVroj 

FRAZERJAMONTT 

FREEMAKSTEVENW 

FREY.STEPHENJ 

GALARNEAUJEFFREYA 

GALLERYDEBORAHC 

GALLO.GEOFFREYE 

GARDNEKCAROLYNA 

GARGLOVEE 

GENDRON.CAROLYNJ 

GIOKASAMYK 

GEAJffiATHERM 

GUNSKLLUKASZA 

GOESSUNG.GINAM 

GORDON.TTMOTHYD 

GORESAMEERS 

GORRJvJICHAELJ 

GRIFFIN JMTTHEWJ 

GROUMANADAN 

GUMAERJRAVERB 

HALVERSON JONATHAN D 

HANNJ^RANCISC 

HANSEN.WILLIAMR 

HATCHSTEWARTB 

HAYESXEVINF 

HELMLROUZBEHR 

HELMUTHJAIMEL 

HENDRICKJAMESR 

HNATIO JEFFREY B 

IANNOTTLMATTHEWE 

JASSEN.CORYG 

JOHNSON JCRISTINL 

JOHNSON.THOMAS E 

JONES.NATHANE 

JORDAN.MARKP 

KALTTAJflCHOLAS 

KENNEDYJLORIA 

HANGKAYU 

KERNANJJOUGLASS 

KONG.GARY 

KOWALSKIJOHNW 



LABOYAUREAM 

LAMOUREUXJOND 

LANPHEARPOTHW 

LAROSE JEFFREY R 

LAVERDEREMARC B 

LEJHAIH 

LEARY JAMES FJV 

LEONARDO.CHRISTOPHERJ 

UGHTFOOTAUSTIN G 

LOPEZGONZALE^RICARDOO 

LUDWIN.COURTNEYR 

LUMNAFLPAMELA K 

LUSZCZSTEPHENW 

LYNCHJEREMYJ 

MACCORMACKROBERTM 

MAGNUS0N3RIAN D 

MAUKJMADIR 

MALTZJ3RADC 

MATHJEUANDREG 

MCGOVERNJHERESAM 

MCLAUGHLIN JvDCHAELG 

MEYERPEBECCAR 

MTITFRFRTK 

MITCHELLJONW 

MONACO.GENNAROD 

MOORENOELP 

MORIARTYPYANN 

MUKASAAKIRA 

MULCAHYJ3NATHANIEL 

MURCHJBRIANA 

NAGLEDAVIDPJR 

NGUYENriUNGVAN 

NGUYEN.VIETQ 

NOONANJOHNDJR 

NURMIJASONA 

NYSTROMJOSEPHN 

O'HARAKATHERINER 

OLKEN^IATHANIEL 

PATELKALPESHK 

PATEL,SITALP 

PATELVISHAD 

PEDENJEFFREYJ 

PHAM.THUANH 

PHAMJTNM 

PJNEOXJANJELS 

PODKOWKAMATTHEWD 

PRACMTTiPHETHSAVONG 

PRIMEPAJA 

RACHELEJ3RIANA 

RAMOS.SYLVIA 

ROGERS.CHRISTOPHER C 

ROSSANDREWF 



School of Management 



ABBATANGELO.CRAIGE 

ABDUL KADIRJVORAZAH 

ACHESONMATTHEWJ 

ADAM,OMARG 

ADLERpVANM 

AKEYPRJDGETM 

ALLEGAMANDYJ 

AMEROMATTHEWJ 

ANJENNIFERT 

ANTHONY AMYA 

ANTICOMICHRI I F.N 

APPLETUCKERS 

ARIMELLO.NICHOLAS P 

ARSENAULTJEFFREYB 

ARSENAULTMARYE 

ARTHURS JOSEPH M 

ASOXATHERINEM 

BACHELDERJDAVJDJ 

BAJKJONGH 

BALDINO JENNIFER L 

BALUNASJULIEE 

BANASJflMBERLYF 

BANDAY.SALMANP 

BARRJLAJMICOLEC 

BARRONPAULD 

BARROSPDGARA 

BARTOV.GILADA 

BASSETT.TIMOTHYJ 



BASSINGTHWAITE,SETHD 

BFANXHOMASC 

BEAUDOINALYSAA 

BENOITJASONR 

BENOTTILISAM 

BENSJMONANNEH 

BERRY.STEVENG 

BEZDENEINIH,CHRISTINEA 

BINDERJLAURENN 

BLUMS ACKCRAIGS 

BLUTE,CHRISTOPHERJ 

BONATAHSPOBERTG 

BONJLLABRIAN 

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SANBORN JEFFREY M 

SCOTT JASON K 

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STANTON.THOMAS H 

STARK.CRAIGM 

STOCKBRIDGE,THOMAS B 

STONEMETZPAULD 

STURGISXJAVIDA 

STURGIS.THOMASA 

STLIRTEVANT.CHARLES C 

SUSANTO J=ERDIAN O 

SYRIAC JEREMY J 

TAMAYOPAFAELA 

TARRpDWARDF 

THACKERJAMES FH 

TFUBODEAUMCHAELP 

TOLMAN.CAMROND 

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TOYETHOMASAJV 

TRUONGJ-ET 

TRYBULSKLIOANNA E 

UTAMLKARINA 

VADNAIS.CHRISTOPHER L 

VAN AIT FN FRANCIS D 

VARNFA\NYSSAA 

VILSAINTPRANKLIN 

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WAGNERMATTHEWG 

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WHITLEYJVIATTHEWJ 

WILLIAMS JOHN E 

WOODALLMARKE 

WYCKOFFJJAVIDW 

WYSOCKUOHND 

XJNGLH 

YJM.SUNG 



BROWN AMANDAL 

BROWN.GLORIAS 

BROWNPYANC 

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BURROWS.STEPHENB 

BUTLERTHOMAS M 

BYRNEJvIARKEJR 

CAGGIANO.CHRISTINE M 

CANNONPYANP 

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CEVALLOS.CARLOS A 

CHANNGAIL 

CHAO.WHA-HSIANG 

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CHATEAUNEUEROBERTR 

CHAVES.CHRJSTOPHER M 

CHEONGHYE-EUN 

CHEREPOWICHJOSEPH E 

CHING.LILYS 

CHONGMANS 

CHOUINARD.BRIANP 

CHOWULUAN 

CHOW.VTNa 

CLASON HOOKMKAEL L 

CLEMENSPHILIPN 

CLINTON ANDREA L 

COCHRAN.TYLERW 

CODEY.CATHERINEE 

COELHO.CHR1SM 

COHENAMIR 

COHENERINL 

COHEN.STACYM 

COLBOURNEJILLM 

CONNOLLYERICJ 

COOPERADAM 

OOURY.CHADJ 

CROWLEYJOMBERLYA 

CURLEYJCEVINJ 

DABROWSKLSIBYLT 

DAHBI SKAUABDENNOUR 

DALYDENNISM 

DAMDEIRDREI 

DAVIS.SCOTD 

DAWSON PAFFIP 

DEGRANDIS.COLLEENC 
DEJACKOMEERIN L 

DERENKEVINJ 

DESPO.COLBYR 

DESREUISSEAUJJEANR 

DEUTSCHDANIELS 

DIAZJORGER 

DIBONADAWNM 

DIGIANTOMMASO JENNIFER M 

DIGRISTTNAGABRIEL L 

DMAUROALYSSAA 

DODGEJEFFREYC 

DONALDSONMICRAELP 

DONTJNJCATHLEENM 

DONNELLANERICS 

DOUGLASMEGHANA 

DOWLINGERIKL 

DROSTSARAHB 

DUCHARMEDIANEM 

DUFFY JCRISTENJ 

DUFFY.WILLIAMT 

DUNNEJOSEPHE 

EDSONJ.UKEF 

EKEJEANEITEK 

ELUOTr.CARLOSA 

ELUSADAM 

ELLIS JESSICA A 

ENCARNACAOJUIJEJ 

ESSOPOS.GREGORYA 

FARLEYMICHAELW 

FATERjy CHARD L 

FERNANDESAARONF 

FERNANDESJOAOT 

FERNANDEZJ-IERMAN 

F1NEJOSELYN 

FINERBRETTA 

FITZGERALD J3RIAN J 

FITZPATRICKJ3RIANJ 

FLYNN3RIANM 

FLYNN.MARY-ANNE 

POLEYALLISON 

FOLEY JfMILYF 

FOLEYERJND 

FOUUCTREVORA 

FOUTS.SARAHE 

FRAMJASONM 

FRANKUNLENAR 

FREEMAN.CARNELLA 

FRESLAADAMM 

FREYRESABRINA M 

GAIEROX)AVIDG 

GALLANTMEGHANO 

GALLISON.CHRISTIAN D 



GALLOWAY JENNIFER L 

GARDNERCASSY 

GARVEYJvnCHAELJ 

GATELY.RYANL 

GAUGHANMATTHEWC 

GEISHECKERMELISSAN 

GEISTJJANIELJ 

GELLER,CHRISTOPHER W 

GERACI JOSEPH F 

GERSTELAARONM 

GIAMPAWILUAMR 

GIANGANDY 

GIARDINO JOSEPH A 

GILBERT J3RADR 

GILUDANIELJ 

GILUS.GABEJ 

GILUSMATTHEWD 

GILROY JENNIFER L 

GIOMBETTLRICHARDR 

GLANDER3RIANJ 

GLASNERLUKEJ 

GLASSMANJMICHAELS 

GLUCKMAN J. YOAV 

GOLDMANANDREWI 

GOLDSTEINMCHAELA 

GOLDSTEIN,SHARONL 

GOMEZ.CARLOSE 

GONTARZJOHNA 

GONZALEZROBERTO 

GOODMAN.GARYJ 

GOODWINERICL 

GORSKLMEUSSAA 

GOULDMAREE 

GRANSEWICZJRICIA R 

GRAZIANLBRYAN 

GREENJJARRENM 

GROGANJCATHRINEA 

GROSSELFINGER,CHRISTOPHERP 

GROSSNICKLE.TRA VIS W 

GUHAROY.CMRANTAN 

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HALEY.WILUAMC 

HANSLEYADAML 

HAROUTUNIAN JCFJTH M 

HARRINGTONJCARAB 

HARRIS.CORNELIUS D 

HARTWELL3COTTD 

HATOLCHRISTOPHER M 

HAYESJJENRYJ 

HEALYJONATHANE 

HFJSERJLAURAR 

HFNRVKFTIYA 

HERMONJZRICL 

HIGGINS JENNIFER C 

HH I ER ALICIAA 

HTNESJ2RICA 

HRBOURJTMOTHY F 

HOANG.CAM NHUNG 

HOHENGASSERJOHN D 

HORNEJASONM 

HOWARD.STEPHENF 

HUANGJ'ETERP 

HUESTONJCERRYJ 

HUMPHREYSJCARENJ 

HUNTLEYjyCHARDD 

HUNTCONJ3URTONA 

HWANG3ENJAMINT 

HYDEJAEBECCAM 

ICHISUGLFUKIKO 

IHEDIGBO.ONYINYECHI D 

IMPOCO.GINA 

INGULLUCEITHM 

ISHERWOOD.TAR YN E 

IVES JENNIFER L 

JABLON.MAR1SSAR 

JACKSONMARCK 

JACOBS.CHRISTOPHER S 

JACOBS JAMES M 

JALBRZYKOWSKUOHN 

JANESJENNIFER L 



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JEFFCOATELIZABETHA 

JENSENMEAGHANJ 

JOHNSENSHANNONL 

JOHNSKYJvfEALM 

JOHNSON.PATRICKM 

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MNGJLAURAM 

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MAILLOUXJ0AV1DR 

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MANGAN.CONORD 

MARNIKOVICPAUL 

MAYJ-IUCKLEA 

MAY JUSTIN J 

MCA VOY, WILLIAM C JR 

MCBRIERTY3RICA 

MCELROY.BRIANM 

MCMANUS.WILLIAMP 

MEADE.KARINL 



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MENSCHEUMARCK 

MICHALSADAMJ 

MIDDLETONJNIELS 

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NUN AKERJREBECCA E 

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MONTOUTFABIOLA 

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MORRIS JJANELLEH 

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MURPHY.CHRISTOPHER M 

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POULIN JAMBS G 

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FREISLER,CHRISTOPHER S 

PROULXJJARYLJ 

PUTNAMJOHNR 

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RUHLE JENNIFER M 

RUPPERTJAMESJ 

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SALAZAR.CARLOSA 

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SALTUS JENNIFER B 

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STEVENS JAMES FJR 

STEVENS0N3RENDA 

STRAND.CHRISTINEE 

STRAUSSANDREW B 

SUCHUCSTEVENE 

SUKHARSKYALEKSANDR 

SULLIVAN JOSEPH B 

SULUV AN JUSTIN P 

SUSTACHEJOSEA 

TA.TENA 

TAFAWAMALKAN 

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TARNSTROM,CHRISTOPHER B 

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THURMAN.CHRISTOPHERJ 

TEDEMANN JENNIFER E 

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TONGAMANDAWAN 

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RICCIAR1NI ANGELA M 
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ALICEA.OLGAI 

AN IATO.CHRISTOPHER J 

ANDERSON JAMES R 

ANDERSON.WTLLlAiN I H JR 

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CAPELLARO JANEL C 
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The University of Massachuetts Amherst has been shaping lives 
and creating memories for nearly 150 years. The campus's 
sesquicentennial will take place in 2013. 

Many changes have occurred as the school grew from a small 
agricultural college called Massachusetts Agriculture College, 
or Mass Aggie, into today's comprehensive land grant public 
research institution, the founding campus of a five-campus 
system. But through the years, small or large, the University 
has always been committed to providing access to high quality 
higher education. 

From the 34 members of the Pioneer Class who entered Mass 
Aggie Oct 2, 1867, to the 24,000 enrolled at the beginning of 
the 21 st century, our students have worked to create a future for 
themselves, each marching to the tune of his or her personal 
drummer in determining their careers and commitments, but 
guided as well by the shaping force of education at a land grant 
university. 

Every year at Commencement I watch thousands of students 
celebrate both the past and the future. Most leave our beautiful 
campus with mixed feelings of happiness and sadness. They 
are happy to be entering a new stage of growth, confident in the knowledge attained at 
the University. Yet, they are sad to be leaving a place where they experienced so 
much, developed friendships that will last a lifetime, and created so many special 
memories. 

The Index was initiated with the Pioneer Class and has been in continuous existence 
ever since, providing a repository of memories for thousands upon thousands of 
alumni. 

As we celebrate our sesquicentennial in 2013, it will be interesting to look back at 
today's Index, along with those previous years, to see how far we have come, how 
much has changed, and how much remains the same. 





David K. Scott 
Chancellor 



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Congratulations 

Elaine! 

Now I share the light 

of my life with the 

world. 

Love always^ 

Mom 


1 wa\ it to thai ik my family for constai itly re- 
minding me of who 1 am, and for pushing me as 
hard a? 1 could go. 1 would also like to thank 
my friends at homo for keeping me focused 
when times were tough. Lastly, 1 woul d like to 
thank my good friends here at school (they 
know who theyare) for the best of times. 
-Wes * 


I know I'm going to miss a lot of 
people. 

Especially Camilla, GiGi, 
Dyannajvy, 
Stan and Hon! 
-Lillian 


You are loved for the little 
girl you were, the special 
woman you are now and 
the wonderful daughter you 
will always be... 

Love, 

Dad, Mom, 

Christopher, 

Jason 

and Jennifer 

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Congrati 
future in 
You hav 
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your dre 
happines 
always. 
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Family, , 


ilations and best wishes f 
which the sky is the limi 
e made your parents prou 
vords. Our hopes are tha 
ams come true. Much 
s, joy, and laughter now 

r e, 

m, Dad, Mom Mom, Vic 

and Friends 


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Best Wishes 

for the Rest 

of Your Lives 

from Your 

parents & 

Fans 



Cindy Garceau 




Angie Napoli 



UMass Minute women 
Thanks for all of your hard work and great times. 




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Robin Smith 



Kate Webb 
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LILAC & VERITY 

Old Friends 

...for laughing 

...for sharing 

...for learning 

...for adventuring 

...for dreaming 

Congratulations! 

We Made It! 



Shana Orczyk, 

We are all so proud of your accomplish- 
ments. You have worked hard and you have met 
the challenge. We love you very much, 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 



WAY TO GO 

FANCYPANTS 

I knew you'd do it! 

Love, 
JB 




Dear Karen: 

How fast these years 
have flown by and 
now you are ready to 
start on the next stage 
of your life. 




We are so proud of all you have 
accomplished so far and know that a bright, 
wonderful future stretches ahead of you. 
Congratulations and love always, 

Mom, Dad, Nick and Jon 



Congratulations, Kate! 

What a great four years you've had. 

And you still have so much ahead of you. 

We'll be behind you all the way. 

Love, Mom and Dad 



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KERRY 
"God danced the day you 
were born" 

Our beautiful butterfly, with 
pride and love we congratu- 
late and applaud all you 
have accomplished. The 
world awaits your talents. 



YOUR LOVING FAMILY 



Jaime, 
Our world is a better place 
because you are in it. We 
are so proud of all your 
accomplishments. 



Love, Mom, Bob and Erik 




To Matthew Billmers, 

Still round the corner there may wait 
A new road or a secret gate, 
And though we pass them by today, 
Tomorrow we may come this way 
and take the hidden paths that run 
towards the Moon or to the Sun 
We're really proud of your accomplishments and 
wish you the best of luck and happiness. 
Love, Mom and Dad, Karen and Debbie 




Christie Vincent 

*Coupon for 
2 Credits* 
Congratulations. 
Thanks for working the 
plan. 



Love, Mom and Dad 




Dear Tanya, 

May you always be as happy as 
your make others, and may all 
your dreams come true. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Gregory 



PETER BILLMAN-GOLEMME 

Congratulations! 

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. 

Great hiking on all the trails ahead. 

We are very proud of you, 
Our love and support- Mom and Dad 



Family, Friends, and Community 1 99 



BMASS 




IAN ROZIN 

"Welcome, O Life! 

I go to encounter 

for the millionth 

time the reality of 

experience and to 

forge in the smithy 

of my soul the 

uncreated 

conscience of my 

race." 

- James Joyce 

A Portrait of the 

Artist as a Yourg 

Man. 

Congratulations, 

my son. 



SAMANTHA: 

Congratulations to our beautiful young 
lady with a great life ahead of her. You know 
how much we love you. 

Mom, Dad and Bayee 



Jason Aaron Katz 

You have given us great joy and great 
pride. We love you very much. 

Your Family 



ALICIA A HILLER 

REMEMBER- 

"The Sky is the limit" 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 




From nursery to 
college, just another 
graduation. 

We love you, 

Mom and Dad 



Gary, we're proud of you for the hard 

work you put into your degree. We wish 

you happiness and success in your future. 

Love, Mom, Charlie and Dana 



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Congratulations 

^farcia 

Love, Mom, Dad, Jennifer and Jonathan 




Congratulations !!!!!! 
to Mike Corbin 

From Your Family: Mom, Rick, Tori, 

Meghan, Holly, Ricky, Christine and 

Derek. 

"We're all so proud of you and love you 

very much." : ) 



Congratulations, Nick. 
Good luck and our 
best wishes to you! 

Love, 

Mom, Jim, Josh, 

Lindsey, Cullen, 

Tyler, Cody & 

Keira 





Jonathan, 

Reach for the stars 

and you will become 

one. 

UMass Class of 2000 

our one in a million! 

Love, Mom, Dad and 



C.J. Hartley, 

You've always made the Road of Life a pretty fun place 
to travel, with your enthusiasm and love for your family, friends, 
learning, working, music, biking and skiing. 
Looking back down that road as you graduate in 2000, we can 
see what a difference you've made in our lives and in the lives of 
others— at home and on the UMass campus, from your classes to 
the People's Market. Looking ahead, we can only see a bright 
future down that road, as you apply your talents, creativity and 
optimism in all you do! 
Happy Graduation, Chris. 

Love Always, 
Mom and Dad 



You have made us proud, Ricky! ! 



Love, 

Mommy, Dad and 

family 




Dear Jeremy, 

Congratulations! We are so proud of 

you. Much future success. 

Love, 

Dad, Cindy, Richard and Valerie 



Congratulations, Jennifer! 

We are so proud of you, 
Jennifer. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Donny and 

Matthew 




Amy 

Every moment is a gift- so follow 

your heart, celebrate each day and 

make beautiful things happen. The 

sky is 

still the limit- so continue to go for it. 

We are always here for you. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Shaun + Mom-Mom 




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Congratulations!! 

You put your passion and love in 

what you do and the results are 

wonderful. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Rafa, Edu 



Congratulations 

Jillian Furman 

UMass Class of 2000 




Bravo! Ashley Frances Potts 

earned her 
Bachelor of Science Degree in HRTA 




) 

Isn't that better than joining the FOREIGN LEGION? 

Loving Congratulations, Ash 

Mom and John 
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Jessica Lynne Green 

is the 
Captain of Her Future 




No matter what cap Jessie wears! 

Wishing our dear niece success always. 

With Love, 

Aunt Alice and John 



Elizabeth 
Congratulations!! 

We are so proud of you. 

| Love always, 
Dad, Mom and Amanda 

(Gwen and Lance are proud 
of you, too!) 








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To Teddy Renda and the Class of 2000 

Strive to be the very best that you can be 
Reach for the stars- they are within your grasp 
Remember that a positive attitude is the pathway to 
success 

Enjoy the amazing beauty of life's simple pleasures 
Live up to your own expectations and be happy 
We love you very much and are incredibly proud of 
you. Congratulations. 

Mom, Dad, Krypto, Luke, Mailing and Cy. 


Congratulations 

KIA 




Kia Janee Custard 




We love you and art 

Lov( 


s very proud of you! 
3, Mommy and Nate 

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OMASS 



MICHELE AND JACLYN 



THE TWINS REPRESENT'N PHILLY/ From Harriton to UMass/304 Patterson/The view of Fearing and skids... oh well we'll get used to it/PBJ 
everyday/October 10 & 18 1996- Pink House met S&B/we like the Flyers/pulling two all-nighters with them/Michele I don't have my key call me at S's/ 
going back at 6:30 am/S- "I'll call you tomorrow/next week parking lot-ditto/bird calls/Adam/smoking a bede with B/basketball game-Fresno State-shut 
up bt!/Wyoming game- blackout at Mullins and throughout Southwest/snowball fight and partying all night/Geo 102, CompSci 105, Exsci 120-them/ 
getting the BERSCH mobile for the last week of school/parking on Fearing where we could see it from our room/Mr. and Sweets-our B.F.F./Tyrone in the 
Range Rover- where did he get that?/Midnight Madness'96/Michele M-he's mine/Jaclyn-okay I'll take another/Who is this W guy?/He looks like a 
senior Freshman year ended. ..time for SOPHOMORE year/living across from Mc/You mean S left and we came back?/S coming up every Thursday 
night'Jarrod seeing us every day in our towels coming from the men's bathroom/Where's Pete.. I don't know, where's S?/The Probe has arrived/ 
BERSCHl/Michele's owls/both declaring our majors- 1 125'97/Sophomore year ends. .time for JUNIOR year/Classes, work, and labs/meeting Darcie 
with one same interest- M/saying Hi to BM after two years/talking to C.C. who was with W/Wintersession '00/Jan 2'99- HJ/I want that spot, I'll just wait 
until they leave, I'll just act like I'm looking for somefhing/J-roll down the window-bb/You lost/No... we're staying here/I LIKE TWINS/208/what kind 
do you like?/dropping the knife and spoon together- you know what that means!/knock knock- Michele will not believe it/M.C./the V car/barber/Jll-no 
words/the V car looks sad, it was gone the next day/B.M in 450, CW-entertaining/nothing else until the last Monday in March/Curry Hicks- where did 
you go for spring break?Philly? why?Because I live thereVThe next Monday, ditto and friend-perfect/the window and looks/should we say something or 
wave/the shades down they have to concentrate/the beep/the windows are always equal- that's M/taking pictures for the summer/the extra poster found 
on the last day of school/DQ/snoozin'/the club.tattoo.hair and gun/who are some of them?/the Jeep- Michele I think its it/Of course the one I always 
wanted/the wave. ..what me? no the door/M came out-aw.. twins/Hi M!/W all up in the way/CVS- the car again/what's up/the extra look back/taking 
pictures of them/I swear there is a videotape of me/it's time for SENIOR year/First of school said hi to B.F.- 1 knew this was going to be an interesting 
year/the Look by Totman- he was staring at me/stop staring/the cutouts/sawM-that's him coming straight ahead/Darcie I have to call Jaclyn/get the 
license plate'the cavy is sooo cutel/B.M's birthday-beep beep/"What is up?"/I don't care about the Mercedes/the first day of discussion/football games- 
National Champs '98/Homecoming 1999-everyone/B.M-t.a. "I was impressed'VMidnight Madness 1999- the phone call/we forgot about the lights!!/ 
stares at games -got evidence/the two end seats-reserved for the Twins/Michele, there's the car/he literally jumped out of his seat/did you see the smile- 
was he kidding-No/the car is coming down the hil.. beep beep-Hi Hi!/getting in the car with my boyfriend/"I will definitely do that'Vwintersession- 
Michele's all by herself/W's sad look-I know I saw it on TV./the stare back-M&M.saw W at the corner- couldn't speak/ where's the other one?/got him!/ 
uptown-what should we do?/we have to make the first move/what will tonight bring? Seeing S after two years/Spring Break A-10 tournament/the cars- 
ahpcvmj/funky monkey 's-which one's-chocolate for Jaclyn vanilla for Michele/Pizza Hut- our talks/our walks/our runs-365 days a year/the posters/the 
ticket on the ground/the cigarette case/ Mike and Ike's/Peeps-Mr's girlfricnds/P.J. and Sweets 2/videotapes that are watched every night/dreams/Sunset 
Beach/Passions/making sure we have fun/Jon B-he's my boo!/Tatyana-shc's our best friend/are we going to see them today?/"Go out of your way to be 
seen'VMichelc I need help choosing/"Fine, I'll make both pictures for you only during Dress and Culture'VI finally made up my mind/that night got it-D/ 
Jaclyn 's drawings/"Yo I think we're on some crack after that cheesesteak on South Street/the probe is ghetto/if all else fails-we always have graduation to 
do what we have to do... 

Thanks UMass for the unforgettable memories and to the Class of 2000-TTB2VB 

204 Family, Friends, and Community 



Chris, 

You make 

us so proud! 

-Mom & Dad 





You are loved for the little 
girl you were, the special 
woman you are now, and the 
wonderful daughter you will 
always be . . . 
Love, 

Dad, Mom, Christopher, 
Jason, and Jennifer 



Dear Dan, 
Hatzlecha Rabah 

With all our love, 
Mom and 
Naomi 



Congratulations Denise! 

The best of luck to you in all your 

endeavors. 

With all our love, 
Mom and Dad 



Dear Heather, 
We are so proud of you. We want to 
wish you the very best in all you have accom- 
plished in your four years at UMass. May 
you always have as much success as you have 
already achieved. 

We Love You 
All Our Love 
Mom, Dad and Michael 



We are always so proud of who 
you are and what you have done. 
Congratulations! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Ashley, Marisa, 

and Nonni 

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The Index 
Volume CXXXI 



The Index yearbook is 214 pages and pub- 
lished on 80 lb. paper. The binding is Smyth Sewn. 
The body font is Lynn and the headlines throughout the 
book are "various" fonts. 

The publisher is Walsworth Publishing, 
which is located in Marceline, Missouri. The repre- 
sentative from the company is David Roth. The se- 
nior pictures were taken by Davor Photography, 
which is located in Bensalem, PA. The representa- 
tive form Davor is Neil Weidman. The business ad- 
vertisements were collected by Scholastic 
Advertisment Inc. The representative for SAI is 
Andrew McKinnon. 

Sports pictures provided, in part, by the Me- 
dia Relations Department of the UMass Athletics 
Department. Distinguished Teaching Awards pic- 
tures provided, in part, by the Campus Chronicle. 
Pictures also provided by the Fine Arts Center. In 
The News... pictures provided by the Associated 
Press. Photogrpahs of the Distinguished teachers and 
graduate students provided, in part, by the Campus 
Chronicle. 

This volume of The Index yearbook was 
sponsored, in part, by grants from the UMass Alumni 
Association and the UMass Arts Council. 



The Index yearbook staff: 

Editor-in-Chief - Hieu Nguyen 
Managing Editor - Scott Hamill 
Business Manager - Tracey Rogers 
Marketing Manager - Beth Seiler 
Advisor - Judy Gagnon 
Staff: 

Elizabeth Bean 

Pete Borgmann 

Miranda Buck 

Adam Cardinal-Stakenas 

Andreana Griffin 

Sara Matousek 

Sarah Paiva 

Allison Paroskie 

Ricardo Rodriguez 

Melissa Spinks 

Kristin Stewart 

Ari Teplitz 

Kyla Warnock 

Jordan Zolan 
The Index would like to thank the following people 
for their support: 

Joe Battista, Director of RAP 

Gary Bernard, Director of UWW 

Javier Cevallos, Vice-Chancellor of Student Affairs 

Grant Ingle, Director of Human Relations 



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