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Table of Contents 1 ^ 




f/A 2 Introduction 

UMASS 




Introduction 3 




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ffA 4 Academics 

UMASS 




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^fSi 6 Residential Life 

UMASS 




Of the approximately 18,000 students 
that attend UMass, a little over half live in one 
of the five residential areas located on campus. 
These include: Orchard Hill. Central, Southwest, 
Sylvan, and Northeast. Southwest, the largest 
area, alone houses over 5,000 students. 

Off-campus housing is an option for 
manyjuniors and seniors. Many popular 
apartment complexes, including Puffton Village, 
the Townehouses, and Brandy wine, cater to 
students of the University. However, some 
choose to live in surrounding towns, like 
Northampton, Hadley, and Sunderland. 





Residential Life 7 ^^ 



v7^^m have the greatness to bend history itself, but each of us can work 
;o change a small portion of events, and in the total of all these acts will be 
written the history of this generation." 
- Robert F. Kennedy 





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UMASS 




Wk 12 Athletics 



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Seniors 

Class 2001 
of 

We survived four (or maybe more) years at 
UMass and are finally ready to enter the "real" world. 
We have made new friends, joined student organiza- 
tions and sports teams, and taken dozens of classes 
preparing us for graduation. Each of us has found a 
niche at UMass, whether it be social or academic. As 
we leave UMass, some of us will take 
lasting friendships, some of us will take 
memories of our triumphs, and some 
of us will take the words of profes- 
sors who have changed the way we 
think. We all will take the knowledge 
we have gained. Whether we are start- 
ing careers, entering graduate school, 
or taking time off, we are all bound by 
one thread- we are all now UMass 
alumni. 



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LETTER FROM THE EDITOR 




Having come to the University from all over, some of us from just down the stree 
others from out of state, and some from the opposite side of the world, it sounds unbe- 
lievable that our time at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst has come to an end. 
The paths that brought us here are many and diverse, but now these paths have led us to 
one common destination, we are all members of the graduating class of 2001 at UMass 
Amherst. 

As we start the next phase of our lives, each one of us takes away something 
different from our past four, five, and, for some, even six years here. For some of us, the i 
academic experiences at the University are what stand out in our minds. Twenty years 
from now we will remember the time we spent sitting in Mahar Auditorium listening to 
Professor Lisa Maurizio teaching about Greek Mythology or Professors Albey Reiner oi ' i 
Steve Goodwin lecturing about the Biology of Cancer and Aids. We will have walked 
away from this University proud of the fact that we had graduated after years of hard 
academic work. 

However. Fm willing to bet that most of us will walk away remembeiing more o j ^ 
the non-academic parts of our lives at UMass. When looking back at our years here, w jji 
will probably not even think about the time we sat in class, but rather the time we decide ' 
to get that extra hour of sleep because, at that moment, it seemed a little more important ' 
than learning about Newton's laws of Physics or Darwin's Theory of Evolution. Most ol 
us. when thinking about UMass twenty years from now, will remember the excitement of 
Midnight Madness, the late nights we stayed up playing Golden Eye or Maiio Cart with 
our friends instead of writing the all-important paper that was due the next day, or the 
many times that we ran after a bus thinking that it was ours only to realize that it wasn't 
once we got to the bus stop. Some may remember the time dedicated to the marching 
band - standing out in the freezing cold rain. And then there are those of us who weren' 
in the marching band and lived in Southwest and will never forget the Saturday mornings when the band marched through Southwest jui 
after we had fmally fallen asleep. Some of us will most definitely remember some kind of experience with Frat Row, be it if we were ttt 
ones who helped someone get home or were the ones being helped home. And then there are things we will remember that I can't tall 
about up here, and many more memories that you will have that the rest of us may never know about. 

The relationships that we have fonned over the past few years with the people around us are the most important things that we 
will take from our experiences at UMass. Each and every one of us has met at least one person who has forever changed our lives. 
Some of these people may have only been in our lives for a couple of days, but the impact that they left will never be forgotten. Others 
are friends who we will stay in contact with and ten, twenty, and even thirty years from now we will continue to relive those precious 
moments that we shared while at UMass. Some of us are fortunate enough to have met the person that we will spend the rest of our 
lives with. Also, when looking back, some of us will remember the faculty, teaching assistants, and staff that influenced our time here. 
They are the ones who went that extra mile, the ones who stayed a little longer to help us understand what was being taught, and the 
ones who we sometimes turned to when we had nowhere else to go. To them, we owe a debt of gratitude. 

So as we enter this next phase of our lives, be it more schooling or entering the work force, we should take everything that we 
have learned and experienced here at UMass, both academic and non-academic, and do as much as we can to make the most of our 
lives, achieve our goals, and make our presence known to the world. Robert F. Kennedy put it best when he said, "Few will have the 
greatness to bend history itself, but each of us can work to change a small portion of events, and in the total of all these acts will be 
written the history of this generation." 



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Hieu Nguyen 
Editor-in-Chief 



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16 Letter from the Editor 



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College of 'i^ummtice and jFine 3trt6 



A Message from Dean Edwards 

Composed of 26 departments and programs offering 37 undergraduate majors, 26 minors, 20 masters, and nine 
doctoral degrees, the College of Humanities and Fine Arts is the largest and most diverse on the UMass Amherst 
campus. We have several excellent and nationally ranked departments, including English, History, Philosophy, and 
Linguistics, which is always in the top four departments nationwide; similarly, our MFA program in creative writing 
consistently places in the top ten. Faculty authored 26 books in 1999 and 2000 and won prizes that include the 
Pultizer, the National Book Award, the Guggenheim, NEH grants, and sevearal MacArthur "Genius Awards". 

And yet, despite our size and scholarly repute, the College is a place that values teaching, that provides small 
classes, individual attention, and that places a great deal of emphasis, throughout the cuniculum, on writing. We offer 
numerous opportunities to study abroad. Special advisors help students attain internships that are relevant to both 
their majors and their future plans. 

Students in the College will enlarge their fundamental skills in reading, writing, and speaking and develop new 
skills in logic and aesthtic expression. The study of languages and literatures, history and philosophy, cultures and 
society exercises, and enriches, the minds of all who engage seriously in these pursuits. The arts, too, serve as modes 
of knowledge and ways of apprehension. The College's curriculum is designed to encourage students to become 
more competent, thoughtful, reflective, and humane. The College's graduates should be equipped to make their lives 



as well as earn their livings. 



Sincerely, 

Dean Lee Edwards 




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lerter Hall is home to many departments, including History, Classics, and many languages. 





Barlett houses the Women's 
Studies deparment in additon to 
several other departments. 



viany theatrical and musical performances 
)ccur in the Fine Arts Center. 





Departments in the College 

Afro-American Studies 

Art 

Art History 

Asian Languages and Literature 

Classics 

Comparative Literature 

English 

Film Studies 

French and Italian 

Germanic Language and Literature 

History 

Journalism 

Judaic and Near Eastern Studies 

Linguistics 

Music and Dance 

Philosophy 

Spanish and Portuguese 

Theater 

Women's Studies 



Students in class in Herter Hall 



The Dean's office is in South College. 
College of Humanities and Fine Arts 19 



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College of j^^tur^l jBeieneea and 

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A message from Dean Hallock 

As Dean of the College of Natural Sciences and 
Mathematics, your graduation fills me with pride for your 
job well-done, as well as with great anticipation for the 
exciting opportunities that await you. Not so many years 
ago, I too graduated from UMass with a bachelors degree 
in Physiscs. Like many of you, I experienced the vibrant 
spirit of a research university through engagement in my 
own undergraduate research project. The excitement of 
research that was communicated to me during those years 
at the University has stayed with me throughout my life. I 
hope that you will look back on your years at the Univer- 
sity with similar satisfaction when you have reached 
whatever vantage point that your future holds. 

Half of you will remain in Massachusetts, becom- 
ing part of the state's educated workforce. With solid 
backgrounds in science and mathematics, you are well- 
equipped for the demanding high technology and life 
science industries. Those of you who will seek careers 
outside of science will find that what you have learned 
here has prepared you for life in an increasingly sophisti- 
cated technological world, where the ability to think 
clearly and deploy analytical skills are prerequisites for 
success. 

How UMass has prepared you to engage the world 
as an educated person is only one aspect of your gradua- 
tion. We are reminded every day that the strength of the 
College lies not only in hs faculty, staff, and students, but 
increasingly in its graduates. We look to you to support 
our shared endeavors in the future, and to keep in touch! 
"^ Best Wishes, 

Dean Robert B. Hallock 




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Each department has its own board to keep you informed. 



If you understand this, you must be a biology major. 
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Departments in the College 

Astronomy 

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 

Biology 

Chemistry 

Computer Science 

Geosciences 

Mathematics and Statistics 

Physics 

Polymer Science and Engineering 



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€ollcgc of Social ^nd Bchmoral 

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The Psychology department is part of this College. 



A messge from Dean Gordon 

As one of the largest colleges on the UMass Amherst campus, the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences 
helps thousands of students acheive an understanding of culture, society, and individual behavior. The departments 
in the College have traditionally been recognized for their academic outreach. Members of the College faculty have 
been honored with numerous prestigious awards, election to high office in their respective disciplines, and by ap- 
pointment to major editorship positions for the top professional journals in their fields. 

Recent dramatic changes throughout the world have required us to rethink the way we teach and work. In 
addition to our undergraduate major requirements, our faculty have developed an innovative college-wide curriculum 
that emphasizes community service and interships, along with study abroad courses which provide an international 
perspective, an essential part of life and work in today's global community. This emphasis, aided by the generous 
support of alumni, has helped make internships and study abroad a reality fo rmany students in the College. In fact, 
more students in the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences go on internships than any other school or college on 
campus, and the number of our students studying abroad has increased dramatically in the last five years. 

The College also has exceptional interdisciplinary /multidisciplinary programs. Four degree-granting pro- 
grams, one certificate program in Latin American Studies, and minor in Modem European Studies are offered. In 
addition, the Labor Relations and Research Center, the Massachusetts Institute for Social and Economic Research, 
and the Social and Demographic Research Institute are very well-respected for their outreach activities and 
mutlidisciplinary orientations. The College's committment to the integration of the learning, research, and outreach 
enterprises has helped faculty, students, and alumni make a positive difference in our state, country, and world. 

Sincerely, 
Dean Glen Gordon 



22 College of Social and Behavioral Sciences 




Departments in the College 

Anthropology 

Communication 

Economics 

Legal Studies 

Political Science 

Psychology 

Social Thought and Political Economy 

Sociology 



PSYCHOLOGICAL 

SERVICES CENTER 



The College is home to the 
Psychological Services Center. 




Psi Chi is a honor society in the College. 



4any Social and Behavioral College students have classes in Tobin Hall. 



College of Social and Behavioral Sciences 23 f£^ 



College o^ (JEngineeang 



A message from Dean Goldstein 



It's no small thing to say that our graduates not only have a hand in running the world, but in how the world 



runs. 



In just over 50 years, the College of Engineering has produced more than 14,000 engineers. While many of 
our graduates stayed here in the Commonwealth, others have gone abroad and used their problem-solving skills in a 
variety of careers, from engineering and management to film and jewelry design. We applaud them all. This year, 
several hundred more engineering students, the Class of 2001, earn their degrees and begin what we hope will be long 
and rewarding careers. 

This is the first year that a graduating class has decided to give the College a class gift. By this fall, we will 
have installed the table and benches, gifts of the Class of 2001, in the engineering quad. We hope that this is a begin- 
ning of a lifetime connection to the College. 

Class of 2001, 1 speak on behalf of the entire College when I applaud you for your hard work. Earning an 
engineering degree is not a simple accomplishment, but it makes possible a career that matters. There are roads ahead 
of you to build, cars to design, computer hardware to plan. There's a manufacturing plant to retool and a company that 
will produce needed pharmaceuticals more efficiently thanks to the knowledge you have gained here. We welcome 
return vists from all of our graduates- come see the ongoing changes in the College, consider joining the Engineering 
Alumni Association, and most importantly, let us know how you're changing the world! 

Sincerely, 
Dean Joseph Goldstein 



Departments in the College 
Chemical Engineering 
Civil and Environmental Engineering 
Electrical and Computer Engineering 
Mechanial and Industrial Engineering 





Sugar and caffeine for Engineering 
studetns 



Students entering the Engineering quad 



24 College of Engineering 




jiowles Engineering Building 



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College cf food and /Natural 

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The College's Mission 

The Mission of the College is to advance knowledge in its 
core areas by fulfilling its evolving land grant responsibilities and 
those of the University. To accomplish this, the College offers broad 
educational opportunities to a wide spectrum of public audiences, 
conducts applied and basic research that addresses the needs of 
citizens, businesses, and public agencies and makes numerous 
outreach opportunities accessible to its constituents. The College is 
uniquely qualified, equipped, and committed to fulfilling its land 
grant responsibilities by promoting and contributing to economic 
development, environmental quality, and human capacity building 
through programs in the College. The Stockbridge School of Agri- 
culture, founded in 1918, is part of the College. It offers excellent 
educational opportunities to highly motivated students who have the 
initiative to leam. 

After the successful completion of course requirements, 
gradutates receive the Associate of Science degree. Stockbridge has 
over 9,000 alumni/ae, many of whom are now certified arborists, 
landscape contractors, prominent poultry farmers, fruit and veg- 
etable or dairy farmers, superintendents of golf courses, laboratory 
technicians, managers of agricultural businesses, and owners of 
florist shops or nurseries, to mention only a few. The successful 
careers of graduates are the best proof of the value of this kind of 
concentrated, technical education. 



Departments in the College 




Animal Science 


Microbiology 


Apparel Marketing 


Natural Resources Studies 


Building Materials and Wood 


Plant and Soil Sciences 


Technology 


Resource Economics 


Environmental Design 


Sports Management 


Environmental Sciences 


Wildlife and Fisheries 


Food and Consumer Sciences 


Conservation 


Food Science 




Forestry 




HRTA 




Landscape Architecture 






A Food Science lab 




Students on a field research trip 



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art of Stockbridae Hall. 



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Training for the real world 




A kitchen lab for Food Science majors 







RTA majors run Fletcher's Cafe in the FUnt Lab. 



Colleae of Food and Natural Resources 27 



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A message from Dean Breslin 

The School of Nursing today has over 3.000 
alumni living in 47 states and seven foreign countries. 
For those of us leading the way to excellence in the 
School of Nursing, alumni are an important resource. 
We have reshaped our focus in conjunction with the land 
grant mission of the University and are now prepared for 
the 21st century as a force in baccalaureate, masters, and 
doctoral levels. 

I am pleased to congratulate you and welcome 
you as the newest members of our alumni group. I 
encourage you to continue your connection with UMass 
through alumni events, such as our annual reunion, as 
well as through your involvement on the School of 
Nursing Alumni Board. Your experiences, successes, 
and loyalty inspire us to do the best we can for the stu- 
dents of today. We are always grateful for the support 
and commitment of our alumni. We look to you to 
continue to can-y the message to others about the value 
and importance of your education at the School of Nurs- 
ing at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Once 
again, congratulations and best wishes. 
Sincerely, 
Dean Eileen T. Breslin, RNC; PhD 






Nursing students take classes in Morrill Science Center. 




Studets talk outside of Hasbrouck Lab before class. 
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A messge from Dean Gehlbach 

The School of Public Health and Health 
Scienceshas over 5,000 alumni from our six 
departments. Ours is the only state-funded 
school of public health in New England, and the 
school prides itself on outreach to many regional 
constituates. For those of us leading the way to 
excellence in the School of Public Health and 
Health Sciences, our alumni constitute our 
greatest source of strength. 

Congratulations on earning your degree 
and your accomplishments while here at UMass. 
Now that you are joining the ranks of our 
alumni, we invite you to become involved in 
activities such as our annual alumni dinner. We 
also look forward to staying connected with you 
through the alumni newsletter. Your experi- 
ences, successes, and loyalty will inspire us to 
do the best we can for the students of today. We 
are always grateful for the support and commit- 
ment of our alumni. Perhaps most important of 
all, we count on you to share with others the 
importance and quality of the education you 
received from the School of Public Health and 
Health Sciences at the University of Massachu- 
setts Amherst. Best wishes. 
Sincerely, 
Dean Stephen H. Gehlbach 





Students on their way to and from class 



Departments in the School 
Bio Statistics and Epidemiology 
Communication Disorders 
Environmental Health Sciences 
Exercise Science 
Nutrition 



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30 School of Public Health and Health Sciences 




The School of Public Health 







On her way to the School of Public Health 



Many students in this school take classes in the Moml Science 
Center. 



School of Public Health and Health Sciences 31 



School of (i^duc^tion 



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A message from Dean Jackson 

Dear Members of the Class of 2001 : 

I am pleased and proud to offer my congratulations as you complete your courses of study at the University of 
Massachusetts Amherst and prepare to leave our campus with your bachelor's degree. You have worked hard and you 
have done well. And now, you stand ready to move on to a new phase in your lives, one in which you face the world, 
the work place, or the continuation of your formal education armed with the skills, the knowledge, and the experiences 
that you have gained here as undergraduates. As you face the challenges of defining your future, I hope you will also 
embrace the opportunities that your education at UMass has given you: the opportunities and, indeed, the responsibili- 
ties that your first-class education entails. We look to you not only to continue to do well, but to do us proud. 

As the School of Education within the University of Massachusetts Amherst, we are committed to the role of 
education in our larger society as well as in our schools. The challenge of transforming theory into practice lies at the 
heart of our enterprise; in truth, the transformative power of education lies at the core of our mission. 

And so, as we take the moment to congratulate you and celebrate the accomplishments of the Class of 2001, we 
might also take a moment to pause and reflect not only on all you have done, but on all you may have yet to do. Best 
wishes to you all. 

Sincerely, 
Bailey W. Jackson 
Dean, School of Education 




School of Education 



fjf\ 32 School of Education 

DMASS 




Welcome to Furcolo Hall, home of the School of Education. 




Departments in the School 

Educational Policy, Research, and Administration 

Student Developement and Pupil Personal Services 

Teacher Education and Curriculum Studies 



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Furcolo Hall 



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Itenbcrg School of jn^an^cmcnt 




Students in a computer course in the School of Mangement 



A message from Dean O'Brien 

On behalf of the faculty and staff 
of the Isenberg School of Management, 
congratulations! We shall miss you and 
your classmates. You are one of a num- 
ber of talented and able students we are 
proud to send into the world of work with 
a full kit of tools and, most importantly, 
the ability to learn and distinguish good 
ideas from bad. 

Go forth and demonstrate to the 
world, as previous Isenberg School 
students have done, that you are a real 
asset for organizations that want to 
accomphsh important things. Remember 
where you have come from. Be proud of 
your roots. Remember those who will 
follow you at UMass, and how much 
alumni involvement and generosity 
means for them. 

Live well. 
Dean O'Brien 




Business attire for this lecture 



34 Isenberg School of Management 




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Departments in the School 
Accounting and Infonnation Systems 
Finance and Operations Management 
Management 
Marketing 




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Commonwealth College 



The Commonwealth College offers 
academically talented students small and chal- 
lenging classes in every major. At UMass 
Amherst, there are approximately 1 ,900 honors 
students involved in a wide spectrum of aca- 
demic areas and extracuiricular activities. 

In the Commonwealth College, students 
engage in interdisciplinary seminars, honors 
courses, colloquia, independent studies, service 
learning, and honors projects, theses, or activi- 
ties. Students can also enroll in distance-learning 
classes taught by faculty across the common- 
wealth. 

The Commonwealth College is a recent 
addhion to the UMass campus, replacing the 
existing Honors Program. While seniors this 
year are still considered to be Honors Program 
members, the Honors Program is being phased 
out and all incoming students are now part of the 
Commonwealth College. In order to graduate 
Cum Laude, Magna Cum Laude, or Suma Cum 
Laude, students must be members of the Com- 
monwealth College or Honors Program. 

Many students are employed by the 
Commonwealth College. 






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Goodell houses the Commonwealth College administration. 




Student studying in the Commomwealth College lounge 



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;tudents working in the Commonwealth College office 



In an honors class 




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Commonwealth College 
Honors Program 



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Bulletin boards keep honors students up-to-date 




Students participating in an honors class 



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Each year Distinguished Teaching Awards are presented to three faculty mem- 
bers and two assistants for going beyond the call of duty in the classroom and offering 
superior guidance and instruction. Another faculty member and a professional staff mem- 
ber are also honored as outstanding advisors. 

The prizes are announced at an annual awards banquet sponsored by the Office 
of the Vice Chancellor for Research. 

The faculty winners of the Distinguished Teaching Awards for 2001 were Soci- 
ology professor Robert Faulkner, assistant professor Robert Sullivan of Germanic Lan- 
guages and Literatures, and Psychology professor Susan Whitbourne. Two teaching 
assistants — Vija Mendelson of Spanish and Portuguese and Raymond Sharick of Edu- 
cational Policy, Research, and Ad- 
ministration — I I were also selected to 
receive the teach- ing award. 

Lono re- education n 1 . the act or pro- yarded as the 

campus's most cess of imparting or acquiring prestigious prize for 

classroom teach- knowledge and of developing ing^ the Distin- 

guished Teaching ^^ powers of reasoning and ^^^''^ ^^^ ^^^^b" 

Hshedin 1962. The • , . honor includes a 

plaque and a mon- ' etary prize of $3,000 

for faculty mem- I — ■ — ■ — -1 bers and $2,000 for 

teaching assistants. The names of DTA 

winners are also added to peimanent displays in the Lincoln Campus Center and the 
recipients are recognized during the Undergraduate Commencement ceremony. 

Nominations for the awards are made by current and former students to a com- 
mittee of faculty, undergraduates and previous graduate student winners of the prize. 
The committee makes the award selections. 

In recognition of the important role of advising, Azanda Seymour and James F. 
Walker have been named 2001 "s Outstanding Academic Advisors. 

Seymour is an academic advisor and assistant director of the Committee for the 
Collegiate Education of Black and other Minority Students (CCEBMS). An associate 
professor of Physics, Walker serves as associate dean for the College of Natural Sci- 
ences and Mathematics. 

As the campus's top advisors. Walker and Seymour also receive a plaque and a 
$3,000 cash prize. 



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CENTKAL 



"You can be yourself in Central and that's cool with every- 
body." ~ Stefan Von Imof 

"Every person does their own thing and no one looks twice, it's 
so laidback, very cool."" ~ Kelly Craven 

Central, the second largest living area on campus is com- 
prised of nine buildings clustered near the infamous "hill."' 

In Upper Central, residents of Butterfield have the 
pleasure of running and eating in their own dining hall. Close 
by, Van Meter stands as the largest dorm on the UMass campus. 
Walk down the hill a bit and you'll encounter the Native Ameri- 
can Cultural Center in Chadboume. The poplar student-run 
business, Greeno Sub Shop, is in the basement of Greenough 
located next door. Many find solace in their delicious subs, cookies 
and Fresh Samanthas. 

In Lower Central, you'll find the New Africa House and 
located right below is Wheeler, home to a student art gallery. 
Across the street, Gorman's NUANCE program works with 
students of many different ethnic backgrounds, hi the Brett/Brooks 
cluster, Brett has the distinction of being a nine month housing 
building. 

Central offers one of the most unique and diverse atmo- 
spheres on campus. 





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"Students Working For Students", Greeno 's motto. 




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NORTHEAST 



Located between Totman Physical Education Building, 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 thei 
United Asia Learning Re- 
source Center and Foreign 
Language House. Students 
usually can be found play- 
ing football, frisbee, or vol- 
leyball in the Quad, the 
grassy area around the 
donns. 




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Are you ready for a snowball fight?! 



OrohardHin 



Webster, Dickinson, Field, and Grayson are the four build- 
ings that make up Orchard Hill. Located between Central and 
Sylvan, Orchard Hill is home to the residential programs offered 
by the Commonwealth College. Commonwealth College students 
have the opportunity to take some smaller classes in rooms on the 
first floor of these residential buildings. 

Duiing much of the year, many students take the opportu- 
nity to play outside as much as possible. In the winter, students 
sled down the hills on lunch trays and play in what is known as the 
"bowl". Similarly, when it rains, students gather in the bowl and 
have mud fights. 

Orchard Hill, like every other residential area, has special 
events for its residents. On the first weekend of May, Orchard Hill 
holds the May Bowl Weekend. During this time, bands play on 
the hill. Many people dance, and thoroughly enjoy themselves. 
Residents from Central join in the festivities of music, dancing, and 
sunbathing. 

Each building also has it's own unique features, such as 
weight rooms and rec rooms. Like the Sylvan Snack Bar or the 
Greenough Sub Shop, Orchard Hill has Sweets 'n' more located 
in Field. Sweets 'n' more serves ice cream, cookies, and other 
baked goods as well as snacks. 

Students enjoy a unique style of hving in Orchard HiU. The 
rooms include a built in area for desks and a little private closet for 
each resident. Each floor has two lounges with balconies where 
people can relax. The buildings are arranged so that each has a 
side facing the bowl. Orchard Hill provides an atmosphere un- 
available in any other area. 





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Lett: The OH desks. Clock- 
wise: All the necessary 
equipment, stereo, inicro- 
wave, and refridgerator.; A 
Webster hallway.; A typical 
lounge.; Muchu guards the 
t.v. 




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Southwest is the most populated 
residential area at UMass. Built in 
the 1960's, Southwest's 5 towers 
and 1 1 low-rises house about 5,000 
students. Even though Southwest is 
a bit far from the Campus Center, 
many people choose to live here for 
various reasons: ethemet, Z-rooms, 
the feeling of living ' 'off-campus,' ' the 
lively city-like atmosphere, and the 
TAPs. Most oftheTAPs (Talented 
Advancement Progi'ams) at UMass 
such as BioTAP, CompsciTAP, 
PsychTAP, PolysciTAP, NurseTAP, 
EnvirosciTAP, MathTAP, etc. are 
here. Many of the universities ath- 
letes live here, as well. The 
Malcolm X Center, the Munchie 
Store, the Athletic Dining Hall, 
the Hampden Gallery, Boyden 
Gym, the Stonewall Center are lo- 
cated here. For your dining plea- 
sure, not one, but TWO dining halls 
are loacted in Southwest. 




WE ARE FAMILY ARD Mr. and Mrs. 
Carlos Liard-Muriente and their baby boy 
Carlos, Jr. 




PEACE! Jenny and Wood( 
hang out while on duty. 





CAN I GET A ...A girl has fun with tw 
male "entertainers" as part of an RA soci; 
event. The money raised that nigl 
was used to support breast awareness. 








Southwest people know 

how to kick back,as Kathy 

and Mike demonstrate 

SOME REST... 

IT'S NOT DC FOOD!!! Lee, 
Rachel, and Maggie fill their 
tummies with good food from 
Bertucci's. 




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OMASS 



...AND RELAXATION... Genevieve an 

Jeremy spend time together watching 
movie. 




IGHT AS A FEATHER Christian crowd surfs over Jesse, Matt, Josh, and Jon. 






Mmm...GOOD Ann-Marie carves 
the Thanksgiving turkey while Joe 
starts drooling. Besides the Thanks- 
giving dinner, a Multicultural Dinner 
was also arranged in October. 



nSS SOUTHWEST? 

asey and Latoya pose 
I their evening gowns. 



JUST HANGIN' AROUND Phil, Patrick, Kyle, 
Matt, Patrick, Vaughan, and Phill kick back playing 
N64. 




Ariel, Greg, and Kim enjoy lounging. 



URL POWER! (clock- 
wise) Jess, Juliet, 
Sharonda, Sharon, 
inusha, and Erica show ^' 
their pearly whites for 
the camera. 

OGUE! (below) 
lizabeth and Megan get 
ady to tear up the town. 




ROLLIN', ROLLIN', ROLLIN' 

Ted and Tom are still up at Sam! ! ! 



WE ARE WOMEN, HEAR US ROAR Jes- 
sica, Jill, Erin, Hera, and Meri get ready to party 
on Halloween. 

Southwest 47 



Sylvan 



Sylvan is on top of the hill on Eastman Lane, behind 
Northeast. Sylvan, unlike any other living area, provides suite 
living for its residents. This type of living entails a suite that 
contains 6-8 men or women, one bathroom, and a lounge. No 
other area on campus provides such a situation. Suite living is not 
the only thing unique to Sylvan. The smallest living area on cam- 
pus provides a wide variety of activities and events for its resi- 
dents, such as the Sylvan Extravaganza, and the multi-cultural 
dinner. Each of the thiee buildings. Brown McNcUnara, iuid Cashin 
also sponsor their own events for their residents. Throughout the 
year. Sylvan has also taken part in competitions, such as basket- 
ball tournaments, against the other neighbor living areas. This 
year. Brown opened a new Rec Room sponsored by their house 
council and the residents. These residents held an on going 
fundraiser to purchase new equipment. McNamara is home to 
the Sylvan Snack bar where residents can order food and have it 
delivered to their room. Yet another unique feature of Sylvan is 
the close community the buildings provide. Some say Sylvan is 
"really far away" or "too small," but others enjoy the smaller, 
quieter, more secluded atmosphere Sylvan provides. 





48 Sylvan 



Far left: A different way to bunk beds. Clock- 
wise: Pete and Dave hard at work.; A typical 
lounge.; Sleep is good.; Valuable "workspace." 




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Off -Campu6 Hou^lry 




Sunderland 



Sunderland offers students 
a living area away from the 
rush of Amherst. Nestled 
among the mountains, the 
apartments in Sunderland 
such as Cliff Side, Lantern 
Court, and Sugarloaf offer 
spectacular views of the 
surrounding area. 



Northampton 



Across the Connecticut 
River, Northampton pro- 
vides the only city atmo- 
sphere in the Pioneer 
Valley. Home to many 
shops, restaurants, bars, and 
dance clubs, many UMass 
students either make their 
home there or head to 
Northampton for a fun 
weekend night. 



Many upperclassmen choose to 
Uve off-campus during their years 
here at UMass. While apaitments 
in Amherst seem to be the most 
popular choice for UMass 
undergrads, many students prefer 
to get away from the campus cra- 
ziness and head to the surround- 
ing towns of Sunderland, 
Belchertown, and Northampton. 
Each town offers its own unique 
style of living and partying. This 
range creates a diverse college 
community here, in the Pioneer 
Valley. 





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995 - 1001 




Hobart Lane 



Known for its wild parties and its 
yearly 'Hoedown,' most students make 
at least a few trips to Hobart Lane 
during their time here. 

Crestview Apartments 

Within in walking distance to Hobart, 
Pufton, Brandywine, the Townhouses, 
and campus, Crestview is a good place 
to live in Amherst. 



Puffton Village 



Home to many UMass students, Puffton 
Village is close to campus and has its 
own PVTA bus stop. 



Downtown Amherst 




Close to many restaurants, bars, and 
shops. Downtown Amherst possesses 
many highly sought-after apartments. 




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Freshman Lunch 



MS 4 (Seniors) - Commissioning is soon! 



The mission of tiie Army is to protect 
and defend the Constitution of the 
United States of America. 




MS 3 (Juniors) 

"Don 't look down! 




MS 2 (Sophomores) 

The Army - while 
aspiring ro be the 
most esteemed 
institution in the 
Nation, we will 
remin the most 
respected Army in 
the world and the 
most feared ground 
force to those who 
would threaten the 
interests of the 
United States. 



MS I (Freshmen) 



AJineofseaU-if \imy ROTC cadets 





Air Force 
ROTC 



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Det370 




Getting ready for Commissioning on May 26! 



Cadet Shea at the 
bowling alley 

To protect our vital 
national interests we 
will require strong 
armed forces, which 
are organized, trained, 
and equipped to fight 
and win against any 
adversary at any le vel 
ofconflict. 




The May 2001 Commissioning Class with Captain Youn^ 




The mission of the Air 
Force is to support and 
defend the Constitution 
of the United States 
through control and 
exploitation of air and 
space. 



Cadets 
Thiphavong 
and B aril get 
"Grossed" 



\S400 (Seniors) - Top: Cadets 
Vlichael Shea. Michael Conlan, Jason 
\oberts, Robert B aril; Bottom: 
'\idets Sounthavone Thiphavong. 
~Jise Strachan, Christine Beisheim, 
Matthew Mutti 





Cadet Roberts 
pins on Cadet 
Thiphavong 's 
rank after he is 
promoted 




Cadets Beisheim and B aril get ready 
for the Physical Fitness Test 




Cadet Mutti during a 
Phvsical Fitness Test 




Cadets Sanchez, Beisheim. Strachan. 
and Roberts in an Honor Guard Detail 
at the UMass Men 's Basketball Game 



Air Force ROTC 55 








Active Ingredients was founded in tbie 
Fall of 1998 as a multimedia sketch comedy 
troupe. Every aspect of their shows, from writ- 
ing to performing, is handled by a core group 
of actors. On average Active Ingredients per- 
forms three shows a semester, each one free 
of charge to the public. Starting with an all- 
cast brainstorming session, the group devel- 
ops each show which consists of longer skits 
and short comedic sequences. Every show 

also features a satirical song on many campus related subjects, such as 
Whitmore, dining services, the cluster office, parking stickers, etc. After 
each session the scripts are written, scenes are cast, and props and cos- 
tumes are gathered. For each show there are typically four to five skits and 
about twenty filler sequences. The end of the Spring 2001 semester saw 
the loss of four Active Ingredients Seniors, Rob Killeen, Sue Abbott, Ottavia 
D'Alelio, and Mike Milner. These members were a pinnacle part of mak- 
ing Active Ingredients the comical force it is and their presence will be 
missed in future years. Active Ingredients looks forward to adding more 
dedicated members each year and to perfomiing comedy and entertaining 
the students of UMass. 

Presenting: The Complete Works of William 

Shakespeare - Abridged 



The Complete Works of William Shakespeare - Abridged was performed, free of charge to the public, by members ol 
Active Ingredients on April 25th, 27th, 28th, and May 15th 2001. The three actors involved in the show, Jordan Zolan, Rob| 
Killeen, and Mike Milner, attempted to perform thirty-seven of Shakespeare's complete works in an hour and a half. The first act is 
devoted to the thirty-six comedies, histories, and tragedies, while the second act is completely devoted to Hamlet. Not only do thel 
actors run the entire play, but they do it twice more, each time at an increasingly faster pace. The culmination of the show is anjj 
attempt at an incredible feat. The actors performed an abbreviated version of Hamlet backwards. 

The production of The Complete Works was an independent project for which the actors and a half dozen crew members 
raised money, built sets, acquired costumes and props, and designed lighting and sound. After receiving two thousand dollars inl 
grant money and obtaining the rights to the show, the energetic actors got right to the rehearsal process. Their enthusiasm was! 
demonstrated by the large amount of audience participation. Each night provided a different spin on the show. The production was| 
a huge success 

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Uptown Life 57 ^, 




Chancellor David K. Scott Resigns 



After completing his five-year strategic action 
plan, which started in 1995, Chancellor Scott re- 
signed from his position. Chancellor Scott took 
over in 1993 when Chancellor Richard O'Brien leftl 
UMass after a string of controversial events. Chan- 
cellor Scott's time at the University was not free ol 
controversies either. During his tenure, Goodell 
and the Admissions building were both taken over 
by mobs of students who were unhappy with the 
administration's policies on diversity and tuition 
hikes, respectively. In 1997, students occupied 
Goodell for six days until the Chancellor negotiated 
a 21-point settlement with the students. In 1994, 
Chancellor Scott agreed to oppose tuition hikes in 
order to stop the seige on the Admissions building. Also in the Fall of 1999 the University was struck 
with a series of alleged sexual assaults. In response, the Chancellor gave students screech alarms and 
held open forums to discuss safety on campus. 

During David Scott's time as Chancellor the University also saw many positive changes. In the 
early 1990s David Scott was able to lead the campus through great financial hardships due to the mas- 
sive national economic downturn. In 1993 Scott introduced the University to his five year strategic 
action plan, which restructured parts of campus and increased revenue. He also led a $128 million fund 
raising campaign which ended one year ahead of schedule. He has also handled many budget cutbacks ^ 
handed down to him by state legislatures. 

In commenting on Scott's time at the University President Bulger said, "David Scott has made an 
enormous contribution to the University... [which] has risen to new heights... He was able to accom- 
plish so much despite assuming the chancellorship during dark fiscal days... Under his leadership, the 
Amherst campus has made impressive strides in a number of key areas..." 

Chancellor Scott said that he felt "honored to have served the University for the past eight years.. 
It has also been a privelege to serve a University committed to public service..." 



f/Ji 58 Chancellor Scott Resi 



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The UMass Chapter of Circle K was founded in 1 995. Circle K is an inter- 
national service organization and is a member of Kiwanis. Cun^ently Circle K is the 
largest collegiate service organization in the world. Circle K International is truly an 
international organization with over 10,000 members from approximately 500 clubs 
in 12 countries. It is also a part of a much larger organization: Kiwanis International. 
KI is a worldwide service organization composed of civic leaders who have the 
desire to become personally involved in making their communities better places to 
live. Kiwanis Clubs sponsor Builders Clubs in junior high schools. Key Clubs in 
high schools, and Circle K Clubs in colleges and universities. Through the spon- 
sored youth committee, these Kiwanis Clubs offer advice, manpower assistance, 
and financial support to their younger counterparts. Together, Kiwanis, Builders 
Club, Key Club, and CKI make up the Kiwanis Family. 




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Campus Gam 



Web C ams 



Located at www.masslive.com , the CampusCam and 
OFFcampus Cam offered intimate glimpses of the UMass 
college experience. The cameras operated 24/7, updating 
their images every 20 seconds. 



*MassLive's CampusCam was located at Antonio's Pizza in 
Amherst, where the slices are hot and the action goes well into the 
wee hours. The web camera caught the aware and unaware alike 
and provided for some interesting pictures. 

*The OFFCampusCam offered a look inside the lives of three 
UMass seniors— Deanna, Laura and Ruth— as they went about their 
everyday business. Viewers could not only take a sneak peek into 
the gilrs' lives, but they could interact through live chats as well. 



OPPcampus Gam 




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Southwest Week 61 f^flk 





Italian Restaurant 

1. Pinnichio's 

2. Pasta E Basta 

3. Carmelina's 



Place to Go When 
Parents Pay 

1. Judie's 

2. Pinnochio's 

3. Bertucci's 



Pizza Place 

1. Antonio's 

2. Bertucci's 

3. The Sub 



Mexican Restaurant 

1. Bueno Y Sano 

2. La Veracruzana 

3. Chili's 

Best Wings 

1 . Wings/The Hanger 

2. Rafters 

3. Ground Round 



Date Restaurant 

1. Judie's 

2. Bertucci's 

3. Amherst Brewing Company 



Breakfast 

1. Nancy Jane': 

2. Rooster's ; 

3. Dove's Nest! 

Ice Cream Shop 
I.Bart's 

2. Bananarma 

3. Friendly 's 



Sub Shop 

1. The Sub 

2. Subway 

3. Greenough Sub Shop 



Coffee Shop 
I.Rao's 

2. Starbucks 

3. Dunkin' Donuts - Thai Comer 
(Mullins Center) 3. India Palace 



Vegetarian Place 

1 . Earthfoods 

2. Bueno Y Sano 

3. Atlantis 



Indian Restaurant 
1. New India House 



Chinese Restaurant 

1 . Panda East 

2. China Inn 

3. Amherst Chinese 



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Florist 

1. Atkin'sFarm 

2. Always in Bloom 

3. Montgomery's 



Bagel Shop 

1. B megger's 

2. People's Market 

3. The Black Sheep 



Bike Shop 

1. Bike Co-op 

2. Competitive Edge 

3. Laughing Dog 



Hair Salon 

1. Bucci 

2. Jungle Red 

3. Eric Scott 



Clothing Store 

1 . Zanna 

2. Old Navy 

3. H&M 

Place to Workout 

1. Kidsports/Kinetics 

2. Hampshire Fitness 

3. Boyden Gym 



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Liquor Store 
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2. University Liquors 

3. Big Guy Liquors/Spirit Haus 

.ocal Band 
. Travelling Matt 
. Guitar Dudes 
. Irepress 

Apartment Complex 
LPuffton 

2. Brandywine 

3. Townehouses 



Candy Shop 
L Ben and Bills 

2. CVS 

3. Sweetie's 



Tatoo & Piercing 




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Bowl Weekend 




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This semester, the Deha Nu Chapter of 
Kappa Kappa Gamma bids farewell to 14 
seniors graduating in May. These girls have 
made the walls tough and friendships 
strong. For some, they have lived in Kappa 
for four years and they have held positions 
as long as they have been here. All in all, 
each one has contributed widely, in their 
own way to Delta Nu. Good luck to the 
Class of 2001. 

"Life isn't a matter of milestones but of 
moments" - Rose Kennedy 
"We cannot tell what may happen to us 
in the strange medly of life. But we can 
decide what happens in us... and that is 
what really counts in the end. How to 
take the raw stuff of life and make it a 
thing of worth and beauty." - Joseph 
Fort Newton. 

As we say goodbye to the girls that have 
contributed to the "mold" of Kappa 
Kappa Gamma, we bring in the new, 
with 10 new members of Si-ping 2001. 



Kappa Kappa Gamma 65 




The PVTA (Pioneer Valley Transit Authority) provides rides for 
students all year long. With increasing parking shortages and rising on- 
campus parking costs, the PVTA offers an alternative for students who 
either can't or won't park on campus. Both environementally friendly 
and free of charge, the PVTA brings students to and from campus, 
dorms, off-campus apartments, other area colleges, shopping markets, 
and malls. In fact, UMass students really don't need to bring cars to 
college with them at all. 

The PVTA not only brings students where they need to go, but it 
also employees many student drivers. Gordon Bedford, a senior, has 
been driving buses for the PVTA for several years. He recalls the PVTA 
driver shortage fall semester. "Being a bus driver during the driving 
shortage was very difficult. Everyday at the garage, the management 
would be in a frenzy trying to cover all the routes. Any driver who 
showed his or her face would be asked to drive. We all really felt the 
pressure to keep the wheels rolling. And while walking around campus, 
all the talk was about how much everyone hated UMass Transit. Thank 
goodness that we have enough drivers now to cover all the shifts. Once 
again, driving is enjoyable." 





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U.S. Ndwg In 
§ 2000-200 1 



Top Left) - A contract firefighting plane 
umps fire retardant on the trees along- " 
ide the road to prevent the flames from 
imping the road near Kennedy Meadows 
pproximately 50 miles northwest of Ridgecrest, Calif., 
londay July 31, 2000. (Top Right) - Democratic presi- 
ential candidate Vice President Al Gore and Sen. Joe 
.ieberman, D-Conn., wave to the crowd gathered in down- 
3wn Nashville, Tenn., Tuesday, Aug. 8, 2000, for a rally 
nnouncing Lieberman as Gore's running mate. (Top 
light) - Armed officers enter the home of Elian's 
jonzalez's Miami family to take Elian into custody. (Above 
xft) - Bridgestone/Firestone chief executive Masatoshi 
)no waits to testify before the Senate Appropriations 
ransportation subcommittee on Capitol Hill Wednesday, 
fept. 6, 2000. The panel is investigating the cunent recall 
j)f Firestone's ATX and Wilderness tires. At right is Ford 
kotor Co. vice president Helen Petrauskus. (Middle) - 
"he Niagra from Erie, PA, passes by the Statue of Liberty 
fl New York Harbor during OpSail 2000 Tuesday, July 4, 
!000 in New York. (Middle Right) - Republican presiden- 
ial candidate Texas Gov. George W. Bush and Dick Cheney 
vave to media cameras after Cheney's anival at the 
jovemor's Mansion in Austin, Texas, Tuesday, July 25, 
!000. (Right) - Broward County canvassing board mem- 
)er Judge Robert Rosenberg uses a magnifying glass to 

;xamine a disputed ballot Friday, Nov. 24, 2000, at the Broward County Courthouse in Fort Lauder- 
lale, Fla. (2nd Right) - President Clinton and first lady Sen. Hillaiy Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y pose with 
'resident-elect Bush and his wife Laura on the North Portico of the White House before leaving for 
lapitol Hill, Saturday, Jan. 20, 2001 . (Far Right) - President and Mrs Bush have their first dance at a 
jresidential inaugural ball held at the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington, Saturday, Jan. 20, 2001 . 
several balls were being held throughout the city Saturday evening celebrating the president's 
nauguration. (Bottom) - Miss America 2001 Angela Perez Baraquio, the former Miss Hawaii, waves 
i-O the crowd as she walks the runway after winning the Miss America pageant at the Atlantic City, 
IN J., Boardwalk Convention Hall Saturday. Oct. 14, 2000. 





In The News 67 



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(Far Left) - Actor Charles Dutton holds his Emmy for outstanding director for "The Comer, 
an HBO production, at the 52nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards at the Siirine Auditorium i 
Los Angeles, Sunday, Sept. 10, 2000. (Left) - Colombian star Shakira performs during the fir; 

annual Latin Grammy Awards in Los Angele; 

Wednesday, Sept. 13, 2000. Shakira won for best fd 

male pop vocal performance and best female rock voci 

performance. (Below Far Left) - First place winne 

Eddie McGee celebrates outside the "Big Brother 

house on a CBS Studio Center parking lot in Los Ar 

geles, Friday, Sept. 29, 2000. At left is former housemat 

Brittany. The TV series began with ten contestant'' 

isolated in the home three months ago with the wiri 

ner taking $500,000. (Below Left) - Actor Michael . 

Fox holds his award for outstanding lead actor in 

comedy series for his work in "Spin City" at the 52n 

Annual Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles, Sur 

day, Sept. 10,2000. 

(Below) - Rapper Mystikal performs during the Billi 
board Music Awards on Tuesday, Dec. 5, 2000, in La 
Vegas. 




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(Above) - From left, Shelley Moirison, 
Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, 
Megan Mullally and Sean Hayes cel- 
ebrate their awards for their work in 
"Will & Grace" at the 52nd Annual 
Primetime Emmy Awards. (Right) - 
Destiny's Child performs during the 
Billboard Music Awards at the MGM 
Grand Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas 
Tuesday, Dec. 5, 2000 

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(Left) - Actor Mel Gibson accepts hi; 
awards for favorite motion picture actoi 
and favorite motion picture star in a dramf 
at the 27th annual Peoples Choice Awards 
(Below) -The Dixie Chicks from left, Martie i 
Seidel, Emily Robinson, and Natalie I 
Maines receive awards for Country Artis 
of the Year, Country Duo/Group if the Year. 
Country Album of the Year and Country 
Albums Artist of the Year during the Bill-I i 
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I I op Far Left) - Actor Michael Clarke Duncan shows off two awards for the 
film "The Green Mile" at the 27th Annual People's Choice Awards in Pasa- 
dena, Calif., Sunday, Jan. 7, 200 1 . Duncan starred in the film which won for 
favorite motion picture and favorite dramatic motion picture. (Top Left) - 
Cameron Crowe and his wife Nancy Wilson arrive for the 58th Annual 
Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills, Calif., Sunday, Jan. 21, 2001. Crowe's 
"Almost Famous" is nominated for best screenplay. (Above Left) - Multiple 
award winner Faith Hill poses with husband Tim McGraw and the couple's 
awards at the 28th Annual American Music Awards in Los Angeles, Mon- 
day, Jan. 8, 2001 . Hill was named favorite female artist, favorite female coun- 
try artist and her disc, "Breathe," was named best country album. McGraw 
won favorite male country artist. (Above) - Singer Britney Spears, flanked 
by Steven Tyler of Aerosmtih, second from left, and hip-hop star Nelly, 
second from right, join 'N Sync members Justin Timberlake, far left, and 
Lance Bass, far right on stage for the halftime show of Super Bowl XXXV. 
Singer Toni Braxton performs at the 28th Annual American Music Awards 
in Los Angeles Monday, Jan. 8. 2001. (Far Left) - Actors Freddie Prinze Jr. 
and Sarah Michelle Cellar arrive for the 58th Annual Golden Globe Awards. 
(Below Far 

Left) - Janet Jackson accepts her Award of Merit at the 28th Annual Ameri- 
can Music Awards in Los Angeles Monday, Jan. 8, 2001 . (Left) Picture 

on left — Actress Kate Hudson arrives with her husband Chris Robinson, 
lead singer of the Black Crowes, for the 58th An- 
nual Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills, Calif., 
Sunday, Jan. 21. 2001. — Picture on right — Ac- 
tress Julia Roberts, star of the new film "Erin 
Brockovich," arrives with actor Benjamin Bratt at 
the film's premiere in Los Angeles, Tuesday, 
March 14,2000. 



In The News 69 



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This past winter, UMass expreienced ar 
unprecendented three snow days. It h 
unprecendeted because as News Director Barbarc 
Pitoniak mentions, "Days off for snow are verj 
rare." According to Marc Foumier, Assistant Di- 
rector of Grounds Management, UMass receivec 
75.7 inches of snow over twenty-one storms dur- 
ing the season. That is compared to 30.2 inches 
over seven storms the year before. With ever) 
mention of an impending storm, students, faculty 
and staff were poised near their computers oi 
phones to find out the closing status as soon as ii 
changed. As a result of Mother Nature, the UMase 
community was treated to many mornings of sleep- 
ing in. 



159 70 UMass Snow Days 




The two and a half year old UMass Vocal Suspects is a co-ed acapella 
group. We are a recently esteemed Registered Student Organization. We 
have just received grants from both the UMass Arts Council and the Umass 
Alumni Assocation. These grant allocations are going toward our CD project, 
which will be released in the Spring of 2002. 





Mike getting down during a recording session. 



We have had an amazing two and a half years: welcoming in- 
credible talent and also saying good-bye to some of that talent. As a 
group, we are not only looking ahead to the future talented members 
and what we can accomplish for the community, but also remembering 
what we have grown from —virtually nothing. What we have become 
now is a group of amazing musicians and wonderful individuals who 
have made innovative progression in the acappella tradition. 




Abby and Liz represent the Vocal Suspects 
by modeling their stylish bowling shoes. 

Jo and Joe recording "Spiderwebs." Besides 

singing acapella versions of "Spiderwebs", Vocal 

Suspects also has their own version of "Flood," 

"Kiss Me," and other modem songs. 




The voices of Vocal Suspects go 80s Bowling! 



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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 members different dances that can ac- 
company a range of music from classical to the latest pop. The dances can 
range from ballroom dances such as waltzes and foxtrots, 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. These dances give a 
lesson in a couple of different dances and then general dancing. It has been 
a success in making the world of ballroom more known to the student body. 




Everyone does their version of the Monster Mash at the Ballroom Dance Club's 
Halloween party. 



Vlad and Liz 
showing their 
polished 
moves at a 
competition. 



Jacky and 
Diane show 
their skills dur- 
ing the club's 
"Swing into 
Spring" night. 



Aside from social dancing, the UMass Ballroom Dance Club has a branch that acknowledges 
the competitive world of ballroom dancing. Meeting on a weekly basis, the team practices and 
prepares for competitions hosted by other colleges around the eastern side of the United States. 
Thus, in the realm of ballroom dancing as one of the newest additions to the Olympic sport, the 
UMass Ballroom Dance has started making its mark on dancing more recognized on campus. 




The 
UMass 
Ballroom | 
Dance 
Club 
sponsors 
a five 
college 
spring 
dance in 
order to 
inspire 
interest 
in ball- 
r o o m 
dancing. 



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Alternative 
Spring Break 





The Alternative Spring Break (ABS) program 
consists of a trip and corresponding class that 
explore how grassroots organizations work to 
effect social change for the common good. ABS 
2001 traveled to six different locations: Caroline 
County, Ivanhoe, Westmorland, Cape Charles, 
and New Road. This is the program's fourth 
year. The program has expanded from a group 
of seventeen students to over 100 students 
working in six communities. During spring 
break, students participate in construction, 
demolition, community clean-up, and informal 
mentoring work with young people in the 
community. 



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AASA 2001 
Executive Board 

Co-chairs: 

Dao Nguyen 

Misa Tang 

Vice President: 
Ha Le Tran 

Treasurer: 
Helen Han 

Secretary: 
Nar Dong 

Asian Night 
Co-Producers: 
Winston Chan 

Sopheak Tek 

Realizasian 

Editor-in-Chief: 

Maggie Lee 

Five College 

Representative: 

Sandy Huang 

Publicity 

Coordinator: 

Lydia Kim 

Activities 
Coordinator: 
Yei-Yu Sun 

Cultural/Educational 
Coordinator: 
Yvonne Law 

Outreach Coordinator: 
Cynthia Chin 

Website Developer: 
Winnie Pong 

AASA/SGA Liason: 
Rafdavone 
Yofharath 




Part of the 
executive 
board gets 
a snack af- 
ter the 
18th an- 
nual Asian 
Night. 
Asian 
Night is 
the biggest 
event that 
is spon- 
sored by 
AASA. 



AASA members wh 
went to a'Tasteof Asic 
also got a taste of AASA 
events. 





AASA strives to provide Asian and 
Asian American students with a con- 
crete foundation be it through social, 
educational, and/or political means. 
One of the events that AASA held this 
year included a Bowling Tournament 
at Noho Bowling. Teams of two com- 
peted against each other. The first place 
team received $100, and the second 
place team received $50. 



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Other events that AASA sponsored in- 
clude the publication of RealizAsian. the 
journal of UMass AASA that is dedi- 
cated to the Asian American voice on 
campus, a bus trip to New York, a $300 
essay contest, etc. 

74 Asian American Students Association 



At least thirty people came to "A Taste of Asia" where food 
from different cultures, such as Korean, Japanese, Vietnamest 
Indian, and Chinese, were available. This event, along with th 
general meeting discussion that followed, helped to promote th 
understanding and awareness of the Asian and Asian America 
community and its surrounding communities. 



Casino night was botl 
a fundraiser and a socia 
event. Approximatel; 
eighty people partici 
pated in blackjack and 
or roulette. All pro 
ceeds went to AASA t 
aid in the production o 
events. 




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Durins 2000-2001 



STARS was presented 
two District Awards. 
President of STARS 
Carolyn Labuda was 
awarded Outstanding 
Student Member of a 
Student Alumni Asso- 
ciation in the District 
(New England and 
Southern Canada), and 
the Commencement 
Ball was named Most 
Outstanding Program 
in the District. This is 
the first time STARS 
has won these specific 
awards. The pride felt 
amongst members was 
quite outstanding in and 
of itself. UMass 
STARS members were 
honored to be recog- 
nized for their dedica- 
tion and commitment to 
providing the Univer- 
sity experiences 
through student in- 
volvement and pro- 
grams with direct ben- 
efit to the University as 
a whole. 



STARS is a student organization at UMass Amherst which serves as 
the link between the cun^ent students and its alumni. The main pur- 
pose of its events and activities is to enhance students' experiences 
while at UMass. Interaction between present students and alumni, 
which in turn increases involvement for the betterment of the Uni- 
versity, is promoted. Members of STARS participate in valuable lead- 
ership and professional experiences, gain a stronger appreciation for 
UMass, and have a significant positive influence in the college com- 
munity. It is this whole UMass involvement that makes STARS one 
of the most valued organizations on campus!!! 




Who we are: Besides being students here on campus, we are leaders. We wear many hats 
as members of STARS. We are event planners along with the UMass Alumni Relations 
Staff, hosts and hostesses to Alumni Association events, and representatives of the student 
body on various planning committees. We are dedicated to the growth of the University. 
Our pride in the University and in STARS is carried through all we do and support. 



STARS place in the career of a UMass student: 



STARS was there... 



...welcoming New Students of UMass at the Freshmen Convocation. 

...providing fun and excitement with DayOne FunFest on the Library Lawn, the first full 

day as freshmen. 
...to deliver Welcome Bundles for New Students from parents and loved ones. 
...to provide more fun and excitement each and every Homecoming Day, making Home 

coming Park by the stadium worthwhile for present students. 
...to provide a treat for the stress at the end of each semester, giving out water and candy 

for free at the library during finals and hosting the Winter Semi-foiTnal. 
...every year, giving students a chance at winning a semester's tuition via raffle. 
...to welcome families to UMass on Family Weekend. 

...to host the fonnal and elegant Commencement Ball for all graduating Seniors! 
...and will be there to welcome you back each and every Alumni Weekend, keeping your 

STudent Alumni Relations Society 75 ff, 



tie to UMass! 



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(Top Far Left) - A father and his four children 
cross flooded fields at Sitamarhi, in the eastern 
Indian state of Bihar, Sunday, Aug. 6, 2000. Thou- 
sands of families have been affected by the flood 
that has submerged large areas in six districts of 
Bihar. (Top Middle) - A landslide cuts a swath 
of destruction through the town of Santa Tecla 
near San Salvador, El Salvador Saturday, Jan. 13, 
2001 following a 7.6 magnitude earthquake that 
caused widespread damage across El Salvador. 
The Red Cross estimated that 1 ,200 people were 
missing in Santa Tecla alone. (Top Far Right) - 
The USS Greeneville sits at dry dock at Pear 
Harbor Naval Base undergoing repairs Wednes- 
day, Feb. 21, 2001, in Pearl Hai'bor, Hawaii. The 

USS Greeneville struck a Japanese fishing vessel Feb. 9, near Oahu. Nine people aboard the vessel 
are still missing. (Above Far Right) - Police fire teargas to disperse opposition supporters gathering 
in front of the Yugoslav federal parliament building Thursday, Oct. 5, 2000 in Belgrade, Yugoslavia. 
Crowds demonstrated in front of the parliament while columns of protesters streamed into the capital 
for a mass rally claiming electoral fraud by the ruhng coalition led by President Slobodan Milosevic in 
the Sept. 24 presidential election against Vojislav Kostunica. (Above) - Accident investigators and 
emergency workers Wednesday July 26 2000 look through the wreckage at the scene of the Air France 
Concorde crash at Gonesse, near Paris, that killed 113 people. An investigation was underway 
seeking clues to what caused the supersonic jet to catch fire during takeoff and crash into a hotel. 
(Middle Far Right) - Prime Minister-elect Ariel Sharon sits beneath a picture of Theodore Herzl, the 
founding father of Zionism, as he takes a break from meetings with Likud party members at the Likud 
party headquarters in Tel Aviv, Israel Feb. 8, 2001. Sharon rejects a key Palestinian demand that peace 
talks resume at the point they stopped under Israel's previous government. (Middle) - Investigators 
in a boat examine the hull of the USS Cole at the Yemeni port of Aden on Oct. 15, 2000. A powerful 
explosion Thursday ripped a hole in the U.S Navy desti'oyer in the Yemeni port of Aden, killing at least 
17 sailors and injuring some 30 others in what U.S. officials described as a possible terrorist attack. 
(Right) - A Palestinian stone thrower faces an Israeli tank, during clashes at the Kami crossing point 
between Israel and the Gaza Strip Oct. 29, 2000. Fares Udah, 13, the boy in the picture, was shot dead 
by Israeli gunfire on November 8, 2000. 



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76 In The News 






pro 
ducedl 
by stu- 
dents for I 
students I 
c e 

ebrating | 
the cul- 
t u r a r 

richness of Asia. It is an evening of expression, education, and reflection of the people we are and where we 
stand as Asians in America today. This year the theme was "Vocal Imprints" and was produced by Winston 
Chan and Sopheak Tek, with the assistance of Emmy Nam. Beau Sia, Bilinkwellz. and 
re:verse spoke as the guest speakers. 




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78 Mullins Center 




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MULE-INS 



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The William D. Mullins Memorial Center stands 
proudly along the western horizon of the university 
campus. Since January of 1993, this multi-purpose 
facility has consistently offered state-of-the-art sound, 
lighting, acoustic and theatrical systems, as well as 
an international-sized ice surface for audiences of 
10,500 or more. The Mullins Center hosts conceits, 
family shows, sporting events, trade shows, confer- 
ences and theatrical performances attracting people 
from all over Western Massachusetts, Northern Con- 
necticut, Vennont, 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 col- 
legiate hockey's most prestigious conference, Hockey 
East, The Mullins Center has hosted such professional 
teams as the Boston Bruins and New England Bliz- 
zai-d. A separate Intemational-size ice rink and seven 
racquetbaU courts, available for pubUc use, are adja- 
cent to the arena. 

In addition to University-sponsored events such as 
the University forum on multiculturalism featuring 
Bill Cosby, the Mullins Center has provided quality 
entertainment including performances from All-time 
greats, Elton John. Aerosmith, James Taylor, and Barry 
Manilow. Newer favorites, Alanis Morissette, Phish, 
Melissa Etheridge, Dave Matthews Band, The Smash- 
ing Pumpkins and Country Music giants, Willie 
Nelson, Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Travis Tritt 
and Kris Kristofferson. Fainily and skating shows, 
such as Discover Stars on Ice, the Magic of David 
Copperfield, and Rugrats a Live Adventure have 
dazzled thousands. Also, the arena has been the site 
for rehearsal dates for Mariah Carey, Jimmy Buffett, 
Biyan Adams, David Bowie and Nine Inch Nails. 



Mullins Center 79 





80 Fine Arts Center 






Pine 

Arts 

Center 



Once again, the Fine Arts Center featured outstand- 
ing performances and incredible exhibits during 
2000-2001 . As the Center celebrated its 25th Anni- 
versary, the Boston Pops under conductor Keith 
Lockhart filled the Concert Hall with lively music 
and a livelier crowd. Continuing the celebration, 
the legendary Buena Vista Social Club stopped at 
the Fine Arts Center for an incredible evening of 
music and dancing; their UMass concert was one of 
only eight in the entire U.S.! 

The fabulous events of the Fine Arts Center extend 
far beyond the Concert Hall. The University Gal- 
lery featured a sound installation by Rolf Julius; 
Hampden Gallery exhibited Earthbound, a selection 
of visual books about landscape by the UMass ar- 
chitecture department. The Residential Arts/OFF 
Center Series presented the colorful international 
conference for artists and educators. Asian Dance 
and Music brought the tropics to the Valley with 
both a Hula performance and Hula party and feast. 
Augusta Savage Gallery marked the 25th Anniver- 
sary of the Center and their own 30th Anniversary 
with an exhibition on Memory and a second exhibit 
on Dreaming. Central Gallery featured the works 
of local artists including Jim Allen's BLUE, and 
Magic Triangle Jazz Series sponsored incredible 
concerts by Jazz talents including Sam Rivers. 

It was a spectacular year at the Fine Arts Center, 
and the 2001-2002 Season promises to be as excit- 
ing. For event information and more, head to the 
Fine Arts Center website at www.fineartscener.com. 

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Mission 
IMPROVable 



Mission IMPROVable is Umass' premier improvisational 
comedy troupe. Every Saturday night, Mission puts on a high- 
energy, fun-filled show in the Campus Center basement. These 
shows are completely based on audience suggestions and 
participation. Mission hosts a number of events throughout 
the year such as the New England College Improv Jam and 
the Five College Improv Jam. These events bring troupes from 
around the area and the country together to perform and share 
in the fun. Mission has sent a number of performers on to the 
professional comedy scene in places such as Boston and Chicago, 
and hopes to keep the tradition alive! Best of luck to our 
seniors Matt Hicks and Justin McClintock. We'll miss you! 





88 Mission hnprovable 



Halgls Hoopla 




Haigis Hoopla 89 




The University Productions and Concerts, 
simply better known as UPC, has been pre- 
senting concerts on campus since 1977. UPC 
is a student-run organization designed to en- 
rich campus life by engaging popular musi- 
cians to appear in concert. 



Tin, Amanda, Nastasna, Amanda, Paul, Jeff, Sumanah, Ethan, An: 
Christina, and Joe celebrate the success of their Deepseeded Conce| 
held at Butterfield Dorm. I 



Each year the University of Massachusetts at Amherst holds their annual 
Spring Concert for all the students on the camps. Spring Concert has grown 
to be part of a UMass tradition for all students and alumni. Spring Concert is 
always held on a weekend in April. It is a free event to all students at the Univer- 
sity. UPC organizes the show and brings in main stream artists to perform at the 
concert. Last year Redman, Method Man. and Long Beach Double All Star head- 
lined the concert supported by an array of other artists. 




As being part of UPC, the stu- 
dents attend conferences like this 
one, the NACA Conference, held 
during the Fall semester in 
Marlborough, MA. Of course, 
there's always time to have fun! 




The production manager of UPC, 
Amanda, shows that everyone, and 
every //7//70, likes to smile! 



Ethan relaxes during his office hours 
for UPC. Like many RSOs, UPC has 
office hours from 10am to about 3 pm. 



90 University Productions & Concerts 







The UMass Theatre Guild is one of the 
many registered student organizations on campus. 
In fact, it is one of the oldest as well. The Theatre 
Guild is a completely student-run group whose goal 
is to provide a social and learning environment to 
students at UMass, the Amherst community, and 
members of the Five Colleges who wish to partici- 
pate in theater related activities. From leading the 
organization, building the sets, working backstage, 
performing in the shows, or just being a member, 
the Guild strives to ensure that everyone involved 
takes something positive away from their experience. 

This past year, the Guild brought four shows to the UMass Campus. In 
the fall, the musical "Sweet Charity" and Shakespeare's "Much Ado About Noth- 
ing" were performed. During the spring the Guild brought "Hair" and Agatha 
Christie's "...And Then There Were None" to the stage. In addition to the two 
shows performed each semester the Guild also hosts a Coffeehouse where any 
student who wants to perform for his or her peers and friends may do so. This 
year it featured groups such as 6 Minutes, Kolot, Mission Improvable, Vocal 
Suspects, the Theatre Guild Executive Board, Active Ingredients, and many other stu- 
dents who just wanted to sing, dance, or do whatever. 

Each semester the Guild also offers trips to New York City to see a Broad- 
way show or just wander around for the day. In addition, it also offers workshops 
during the semester, which aim to help people with the auditioning process and to un- 
derstand Shakespearian works. At the end of each semester the Theatre Guild has a 
banquet to celebrate the success of those who are leaving the university. Tliank you to 
all members of the class of 2001 who have been part of the Guild. 



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The UMass chapter of MassPIRG (Massachusetts Public Inter- 
est Research Group) is currently the biggest in the state, bringing UMass 
students together to work on issues of public concern. During the Fall 
of 2000, MassPIRG volunteers organized a trip to the White Mountains 
to educate students and support the end of logging in national forests. In 
November of 2000 MassPIRG also staged a sleep-out as part of the Hun- 
ger and Homelessness campaign. Students taking part in the campaign not 
only participated in hours of community service, but also helped to raise 
money and awareness for the cause. MassPIRG also took an active role in 
the Youth Vote 2000 coalition which helped to register over two thousand 
new UMass voters, inform them of issues on the ballot, and direct them to 
voting locations. There was a record voter turnout for the election. Water 
Watch, a program developed with AmeriCorps, organized student and com- 
munity river cleanups and presented educational forums. The MassPIRG- 
organized Book Swap also gave students the option of selling used books 
to each other at fair prices. 





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MassPIRG 




At UVC TV 19, students are given free-reign for their creativity and enthusi- 
asm for television. Undergraduates take advantage of opportunities, through 
the station, to create and produce their own shows. Current programs include 
variety shows, where students write and act out comedic skits, dramatic acts, 
and pretty much anything else they can think of. A weekly news show is aired 
every day, covering the days events on and off campus with respect to their 
relevance to you, as a student at UMass. The sports crew at UVC brings cover- 
age and analysis of UMass' atheletic teams, including our nationally-ranked 
Minuteman basketball and football teams. Other campus events, from guest 
speakers to RSO events, are covered by UVC and aired as general program- 
ming. 

Union Video Centei* W 19 



Voila! Heeeere's Allen. 



The Union Video Center TV 19 is the only student-run televi- 
sion station on the University of Massachusetts, Amherst cam- 
pus! As part of the University's Housing Services Cable Net- 
work, UVC TV 19 airs to 1 1 ,000 viewers on campus via a closed 
circuit system. Here, full-time undergraduates have the oppor- 
tunity to produce, direct, edit, act, engineer, and manage their 
own television productions. UVC is fully equipped for every- 
thing form creating independent shows to covering the cam- 
pus' events. UVC is a non-profit Registered Student Organi- 
zation, located at 216 Student Union. 




UVC Coordmating 
Committee Officers for 2000-01: 




President: 
Vice President: 
Secretary: 
Treasurer: 
News Producer: 
Graphics Engineer: 
Production Coordinator: 
Production Director: 
Publicity Director: 



Jessica Johnson 

Cristiano Andrade 

Brendan "Mau" Veronic-Holmstead 

Cecily Selden 

Becca Salbo 

Jody Weisberg 

Lisa Green 

Duane Monis 

Alana Belk 



ghts. Camera, Action! Germaine and Duane are in the 
otlight. 





Allen, Germaine, Cecily, Duane, Jessica, and Alana are only a few 
of the students that produce, edit, direct, etc. UVC-TV19. 



UVC-TV 19 Editing Suite 



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Sporfe in 

2000-2.00 1 






(Top) - The closing ceremony fireworks for the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games erupt over the Sydne 
Harbor Bridge and Opera House Sunday. October 1 . 2000. (Above Left) - Tiger Woods and Jack Nicklau 
share a laugh after completeing play in the first round of the PGA Championship, Thursday. Aug. 1 
2000, at the Valhalla Golf Club in Louisville. Ky. Woods finished at 6-under 66 and Nicklaus came in a 5 
over 77. (Above Middle) - Venus Williams, of the United States, shows off her trophy after defeatin 
Lindsay Davenport in the women's finals at the U.S. Open tennis tournament Saturday. Sept. 9, 2000, i 
New York. Williams won 6-4, 7-5. (Above Right) - Lenny Krayzelburg of the United States, kisses the gol 
medal he won in the 1 00m backstroke at the Summer Olympics Monday, Sept. 1 8, 2000 at the Intemationn 
Aquatic Center in Sydney. (Left) - U.S. swimmer Misty Hyman celebrates winning the gold medal in th 
women's 200m butterfly Wednesday, Sept. 20, 2000 at the Sydney International Aquatic Center during th! 
Summer Olympics in Sydney. Hyman set a new Olympic record with her time of 2:05.88. (Below Right)i 
Sprinter Marion Jones of the United States celebrates with an American flag after winning the gold meda 
in the 100 meters at the Olympics in Sydney, Australia Saturday, September 23, 2000. Jones won withi 
time of 10.75 seconds. (Below) - Sprinter Maurice Greene of the United States celebrates as he crosses ti^l 
finish line to win the gold medal in the 100 meters at the Olympics in Sydney, Australia, Saturdai 

September 23, 2000. Greene won wiv 
a time of 9.87 seconds. (Bottom Left) 
U.S. swimmers Anthony Ervin, leli 
and Gary Hall Jr., right, celebrate afti' 
they tied for the gold medal in tt 
men's 50m freestyle Friday, Sept. 2' 
2000 at the Sydney Internation;i 
Aquatic Center during the Summn 
Olympics in Sydney. (Bottom Right) 
The New York Yankees celebrate aft't 
defeating the New York Mets in Gam 
5 of the World Series 4-2 to becon: 
the 2000 Worid Series ChampioK 
Thursday. Oct. 26. 2000. at New York 
Shea Stadium. Mets" Benny Agbaya 
(50) walks off the field. 




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94 In The News 






Sports ii 

2000-2.00 1 



bp Left) - Florida State's Chris 
einke poses with his Heisman 
■ophy Saturday. Dec. 9, 2000, at 
sw York's Downtown Athletic 
lub. (Top Right) - Shortstop 
;lex Rodriguez gives reporters a 
|g smile while answering ques- 
pns about his $252 million 10- 
lar deal with the Texas Rangers 
firing a news conference in Ar- 
igton, Texas, Tuesday, Dec. 12, 
j.'OO. (Top Far Right) - Jennifer 

■ jipriati, of the United States, 
:ilds up the winner's trophy af- 
" she defeated Martina Hingis, 
I Switzerland, 6-4, 6-3 in the 
•^)men's singles final at the Aus- 
iilian Open Tennis Champion- 

■ aps in Melbourne, Saturday, 
.''n. 27, 2001. (Right) - USA's 
.idre Agassi holds the winners 
i')phy after he won the men's 
ngles final against Arnaud 
I ement from France at the Aus- 
I'llian Open Tennis Champion- 
I'ips in Melbourne, Jan. 28, 2001 . 
. jassi won the match 6-4, 6-2, 

1 2. (Far Right) - North America 

. 1-Star Bill Guerin, left, battles for control of the puck with 

".orld All-Star Radek Bonk duimg the first period of the 5 1 st 

ijtIL All-Star Game in the Pepsi Center in Denver on Sunday, 

.|b. 4, 200 1 . Guerin scored a hat trick and was named MVP of 

' e game. The North America team won 14-12. (Bottom Right) - 

.iiltimore Ravens coach Brian Billick holds the Vince Lombardi 

'ophy as David Modell, left, looks on after the Ravens beat 

Is New York Giants 34-7 to win Super Bowl XXXV in Tampa, 

la. Sunday, Jan. 28, 2001. David Modell is the son of Ravens' 

vner Art Modell. (Far Right) - Seattle SuperSonics' Desmond 

ason soars to the hoop during the NBA All Star Slam Dunk 

ntest Saturday, Feb. 10, 2001 at the MCI Center in Washing- 

n, DC. Mason went on to win the contest. 






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The Center for Student Business, one of the University's many learning communitic 
celebrated its 25* anniversary of offering undergraduate students hands-on training ai 
education in cooperative management of small businesses. 

Through experiential learning, students gain hfe and leadership skills that enhance thd 
academic learning while making a positive contribution to their community. Student bu;i 
nesses are committed to fostering a diverse community in which students from all baa 
grounds feel welcome 
and supported. 

The Student Businesses 
were originally created 
in the 1970's with loans 
created from the Stu- 
dent Government As- 
sociation (SGA). The 
Student Businesses ai"e 
defined in Title VII of 
the SGA's Constitution 
and Bylaws. Student 
Affairs and the SGA 
fund the Center for Stu- 
dent Business. It is a 
division of the Campus 
Activities Cluster of Student Affairs. The Center for Student Business was nominati 
for the 2001 NASPA Exemplary Programs award 





The Board of Student Businesses was rec- 
reated in 1994 in order to unify the 
University's student-run businesses. The 
Board, which meets weekly during the aca- 
demic year, consists of 2 elected members 
from each business, one member from the 
Center for Student Business, and one SGA 
link. The mission of the Board is to serve 
as a support network between the student 
businesses in addition to serving as a liai- 
son to the CSB, the SGA and the Univer- 
sity administration. 




96 Center for Student Business 




(clockwise starting witti tlie baclcrowjieff, Zev. Norman, Matt, Marisa, Chris, 
Jacob, Patrick, Alice, Raven, Simone, Shannon, Mary, and Katelyn are the 
students who work for CD&C to serve the UMass community. 





Jacob and Marisa show that great friendships and fun 
times come with working at CD&C. 



Campus Design and Copy is an undergraduate, student- 
initiated and managed business at the University of Mas- 
sachusetts at Amherst. It's purpose is three-fold: to 
provide undergraduate students with experience and 
training in collective management; to serve the Univer- 
sity community with copying, design, binding, and note 
services; and to promote the co-operative and collec- 
tive movements. It aims to foster ideals of equality and 
diversity of the workplace. CD&C is a non-profit orga- 
nization and operates under the model "students work- 
ing for students." 



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Sylvan Snack Bar, founded in 1971, is 
the oldest student-run business on campus. Syl- 
van offers good food at competitive prices, and 
even offers the convenience of delivery. Open late 
night hours seven days a week. Sylvan Snack Bar 
continues to offer UMass something for students, 
by students. 




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Sweets and More 99 Wt 














Located in Greenough Residence 
Hall, Greenough Sub Shop is ready 
and able to serve the campus commu- 
nity, providing a diverse selection from 
sandwiches to ice cream. This student 
business is not limited to the residence 
hall, however. Greenough Sub Shop 
offers catering for on-campus events, 
conferences, meetings, and parties. 





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Earthfoods is a student-run vegetarian restaurant. It is operated by 
twenty-eight dedicated undergraduates. AH decisions are made by 
consensus where each member has one vote. Earthfoods strives to be 
an educational, active, and supportive forum for not only its workers, 
but for members of the university and the community as well. 

This year Earthfoods celebrated its 25th anniversary. They organized 
a big party where all were welcome. 

Earthfoods is located in the Commonwealth room of the Student 
Union. They are open from 1 1a.m. -3p.m.. 



We might not have 
any windows, but we 
do have awesome art 
and giant paper-mache 
vegetables hanging 
from the ceiling!" 




Earthfoods 101 





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Founded in 1973, People's Market is a cooperative 
student-run business. It is one of eight cooperatively run stu- 
dent businesses on the UMass campus. The students work- 
ing at People's Market are dedicated to providing a socially 
conscious place at which the University population can pur- 
chase fresh and natural whole foods, and to educating its 
customers about the cooperative and collective movements. 
The People's Market co-managers and the Center of Stu- 
dent Businesses" employees work very hard to balance their 
studies and keep the market the unique resource it is. They 
would like to thank the graduating members of the business 
and wish the Class of 2001 luck. 






M 102 People's Market 

OMASS 





Tix Unlimited is an SGA funded student 
business, which was set up to handle ticket sales 
for all on-campus events held by Registered Stu- 
dent Organizations. The founding of Tix was state 
mandated to guarantee that a neutral party would 
be in charge of ticket sales and money deposits. 




Tix Unlimited 103 ^ 



Executive Board: 
Editor-in-Chief: 

Hieu Nguyen 

Managing Editor/ 

Web Master: 

Sara Matousek 

Business Manager: 

Brian Kelly 

Marketing Director: 

Kristin Stewart 

Photography Coordinator: 

Matt Variey 

Layout Editor/ 

BOB Representative: 

Will Anderson 




Staff Members: 

Jaret Ban- 
Christine Beisheim 
Juliet Franco 
Natalie Lipomi 
Maggie Lee 
Sara Nazzaro 
Brendan O'Meara 
Germain Petit 
Whit Rigali 
Daniel Santella 
Rebecca Saunders 
Ryan Trowbridge 
Kyla Wamock 
Rachel White 




The Index yearbook has been part of the UMass tradition for over 
years. Striving to capture the true UMass experience, the Index 
eludes sections on resi- 
dential life, academics, 
sports, RSOs, and cam- 
pus events. Even 
though the UMass ex- 
perience is captured 
within the yearbook, the 
national and interna- 
tional societies are not 
forgotten. A news sec- 
tion is included, as well, 
to summarize the year 
while at UMass. 



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In the school year of 2000-2001, the Index became a student business 
due to the perseverance of Hieu Nguyen and Brian Kelly. Thanks to 
their effort, the Index now pays its staff members, an incentive that has 
increased the number of people working on the yearbook and allows 
members to devote more time to the making of the Index. 



Our staff members, worked extremely hard to make 
this year's book memorable. Each person made a 
unique contribution to the yearbook, and the Ex- 
ecutive Board appreciates the creativity and dedi- 
cation of the staff. Thanks! 












As the bicycle specialists 
of UMass, the Bike Co-op is 
dedicated to providing experi- 
enced mechanics for the campus' 
cycling community. The student- 
run Co-op is a full service repair 
shop offering quality equipment 
and accessories at competitive 
prices. 











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The University of Massachusetts Fencing program 

is one of the schools' oldest sporting organizations, trac 

ing its roots back to the fall of 1 875. First Lieutenant C.A.L 

Totten, Massachusetts Agricultural College's third Profes; 

sor of Military Science & Tactics, is believed to hav4 

founded the sport on campus as an elective option for th| 

schools' corps of cadets. Totten's legacy has seen a pro 

gressive evolution as the sport has proven to be a popula 

if low-key activity on campus. In 1949 UMass Fencini 

was first recognized as a Registered Student Organiza 

tion, and has fielded competitive teams since the late 1 960'^ 

While only recognized as a club sport on campus 

UMass Fencing has thrived at both club and varsity level 

establishing itself as a competitive program in the Nev 

England region. Fencers of various skill levels compet 

for the team, with some recruits having previous experi 

ence, but with most being "home grown" through th 

team's Novice Program or UMass Physical Educatio 

classes. The club regularly competes against club program 

such as Boston University, and UNH, while also compel 

ing against established varsity programs such as Brandeis 

M.I.T., Brown. Boston College, and Harvard. UMass Fencing participates against such team 

in several different leagues such as the New England Intercollegiate Fencing Conferenc 

(NEIFC), and the National Intercollegiate Women's Fencing Association (NIWFA). The tear 

also regularly sends fencers to USFA competitions, including North Atlantic Circuit (NAO 

events and the U.S. National Championships. 

The 2000-2001 season saw the team in a year of transition, with an overwhelming ma 
jority of the thirty-plus members being underclassmen. UMass fencers notched victories agains 
Dartmouth, UNH, Smith & John Hopkins, while also squaring off against new varsity opposi 
tion in the form of Sacred Heart, Army, Stephens Tech & CCNY. The women's team di 
especially well, notching strong individual performances in meets held as far away as Farleig 
Dickinson and Virginia Tech. With the team anticipating the loss of only one senior to graduc 
tion, the team hopes to build upon this past seasons' accomplishments on into 2002. 



UMASS 




An event, sponsored by the UMass Repub- 
lican Club on April 3, 2001, brought David 
Horowitz, a noted an controversial speaker, to the 
UMass Campus. UMass was the fifth stop on 
Horowitz's "Freedom Tour" during which he spoke 
about the issue of reparations for slavery. Horowitz 
beliefs that reparations for slavery are wrong are il- 
lustrated in his, "Ten Reasons Why Reparations for 
Blacks is a Bad Idea for Blacks - and Racist Too," 
an ad campaign he tried to run in college newspa- 
pers across the country. Inviting Horowitz to speak 
at the campus caused much protest. Horowitz, how- 
ever, was allowed to speak, while the Daily Colle- 
gian refused to run his ad. The event was just one of 
many on campus sparking protest and debates in and 
among the student body. 





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knees, and toes, knees and toes. 




The UMass Outing Club has had a 
great year. From canoeing in Texas, to 
backpacking in the Adirondacks, to climb- 
ing and caving in West Virginia, and even 
hiking in our own backyard, we have had 
some great trips with excellent campus 
community involvement. We have led too 
many hikes to count, and have had an ex- 
plosion of outdoor trips this spring due to 
high water and nice temperatures. To all 
of those graduating students that we may 
have "taken out into the woods", congratu- 
lations and good luck. Remember to enjoy 
the outdoors. 




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Alive With Dance is an RSO with approxi- 
mately sixty members and thirty-three performers, 
which produces a student choreographed dance con- 
cert each spring. AWD is composed of dance majors 
and any other student in the five college community 
who is interested in spreading their love of dance. 



he Alive With Dance officers, (from left to right) Secretary Lauren 
eznitsky, President Christine Santos, Treasurer Sarah Szemreylo, and 
ice President Erika Johnson, host their fall Pub Party at The Pub in 
mherst. 



Choreographers: 
Stacy Dunn 
Amanda Florek 
Heidi Kappel 
Christine Santos 
Sarah Szemreylo 



Adrienne Fadjo 
Meghan Hood 
Jeanne Laverty 
Lauren Silfen 
Kelly White 




The Student Governments Association is the official voice of the University of 
lassachusetts. It consists of three branches: legislative, executive, and judicial. The 
;gislative power of the SGA rests in the Undergraduate Student Senate. This year the 
peaker Jim Eltringham and Associate Speaker Michael J. McCarthy headed the sen- 
:e. The senate includes on representative for every 250 students. These representatives 
t on committees such as the Ways and Means, University Policy, Public Policy and 
elations, Administrative Affairs, and Diversity Issues. Each of these committees deals 
ith a specific aspect of senate business. For example, members of the Ways and Means 
ommittee are responsible for allocating funds from the SGA's annual $1.5 million 
adget to student organizations. 

The Executive Branch Serves to put the actions taken by senate into motion, 
lembers of the executive branch work closely with members of the administration. 
|resident Jeffrey Howe and Student Trustee Seth Avakian headed the Executive Branch 
aring the 2000-2001 school year. Cabinet Members included: Colleen Gilchrist as 
scretary of the Registry, Sheila Tunney as Secretary of Administrative Affairs, Jefferson 
mith as Secretary of Finance, Jennifer Casavant as Secretary of University Policy, 
)nathan Laubinger as Attorney General, and Juliet Okafor as Secretary of Diversity 
sues. 

A Constitution and set of By-Laws govern the SGA. The Judiciary Branch has 
le final authority on any controversy that arises under those documents. Gabriel Tavarez 
;rved as the Chief Justice and Carmelle Belizare serves as the Associate Chief Justice. 





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The beautiful mountains of Austria. 



The UMass Ski and Board Club is set up for all 
of the diehard snowboarders and skiers who are 
looking to rip up the local and not so local ski 
mountains. 






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Yes, the club also loves new skiers and riders just as well. 
Our officers have been working hard to promote interest in 
the club and to make sure that everybody has a chance to do 
as much skiing and riding as possible and then some. 



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Some of the club's 600 members went skiing at 
Mount St. Anne in Canada during the winter months. 




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mask 
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Need help? Other members and workers of 
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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 sched- 
ule. We provide tools and 
instructions at all levels free 
of charge, for stained glass, 
headings, fimo, tie-dye, sew- 
ing, silk-painting, silk- 
screening, marblizing, 
leather, photography, lino- 
leum block printing, etc. We 
welcome complete begin- 
ners as well as the ad- 
vanced. We are available for 
your assistance whenever 
you need it, either for get- 
ting started on a craft, or 
helping you fix something in 
need of repair. You may also 
take advantage of our spe- 
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2000 UMass Football Season 



Date 


Opponent 


Score 


Aug. 31 


WILLIAM & MARY 


W 36-16 


Sep. 16 


Richmond 


L 24-31 


Sep. 23 


NEW HAVEN 


W 39-29 


Sep. 30 


HOFSTRA 


L 36-51 


Oct. 07 


Northeastern 


W21-16 


Oct. 14 


MAINE 


W 33-10 


Oct. 21 


AIC 


W21-0 


Oct. 28 


New Hampshire 


L 16-24 


Nov. 04 


VILLANOVA 


W 38-17 


Nov. 1 1 


DELAWARE 


L 19-31 


Nov. 18 


Rhode Island 


W 29-21 





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Football 



The UMass season came to a close on Saturday 
November 18, 2000. Marcel Shipp closed out his col- 
lege career with a four-touchdown, 156-yard rushing 
perfonnance as Massachusetts came back in the second 
half to defeat Rhode Island 29-2 1 . Rhode Island pulled 
ahead 14-7 on a 76-yard pass from Nedimyer to Salim 
Wellington. On the next series, Massachusetts scored 
on five plays, capping a 63-yard drive with a Shipp 2- 
yard touchdown run. Rhode Island's Marc Zlotek 
blocked the extra point attempt. The two teams traded 
touchdowns midway through the third quarter before a 
Doug White 30-yard field goal late in the period put 
UMass up for good, 23-21. Massachusetts in- 
creased its lead to 29-21 as Shipp scored on a 2- 
yard run - his fourth score of the game - with 2:06 
left. The Minutemen ended their season with a 7- 
4 record. 




Football 115 



Men^s Cross Country 



9/8 


New Hampshire 
Boston College 
Connecticut 


2nd 


9/16 


Boston University 
Central Connecticut 
Maine 
Vermont 


3rd, 56 


9/30 


Meet of Champions 


17th. 470 


10/13 


New England Championship 


14th, 411 


10/28 


Adantic 10 Championship 


TBA 


11/11 


NCAA Regional Qualifiers 


18th 


11/18 


IC4A 


TBA 





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Women^s Cross Country 




9/08 


New Hampshire 
Boston College 
Connecticut 
Northeastern 


3rd 


9/16 


Boston University 
Central Connecticut 
Maine 
Vermont 


TBA 


9/30 


Meet of Champions 


11th, 279 


10/13 


New England Championship 


5th, 181 


10/28 


Atlantic 10 Championship 


2nd 


11/11 


NCAA Regional Qualifiers 


9th 



Women's Cross Country 117 



Field Hockey 



The 2000 UMass Field Hockey team added another spectacular season 
to the program's impressive history. The season was marked with terrific 
personal accomplishments, as well as, group excellence. The Minutewomen 
finished 19-4 overall, 5-0 in Atlantic 10, and won the Atlantic 10 title for the 
fifth straight year. They ended their season in the Elite Eight of the NCAA 
Championship. Coach Patty Shea was named Northeast Region Coach of 
the Year and five of the players — Kristen Schmidt, Patty Robinson, Zowie 
Tucker, Lucy Koch, and Anke Bruemmer were named 2000 Division I Ail- 
Americans and Regional All-Americans. 



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2000 Field Hockey Results 






Date 


Opponent 


Score 




Aug. 30 


Colgate 


W7-0 




Sep. 02 


NEW HAMPSHIRE 


W3-1 




Sep. 03 


NORTHEASTERN 


L2-1 




Sep. 06 


Boston College 


Wl-0 




Sep. 09 


Ball State 


W3-1 




Sep. 10 


Miami (OH) 


W2-1 




Sep. 16 


Maryland 


L2-0 




Sep. 21 


ALBANY 


W3-0 


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Sep. 27 


Harvard 


Wl-0 




Sep. 30 


CONNECTICUT 


W2-1 




Oct. 04 


BOSTON UNIVERSITY W 2-1 


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Oct. 07 


SYRACUSE 


L 1-0 




Oct. 11 


Providence 


Wl-0 




Oct. 14 


Temple 


W2-1 




Oct. 15 


St. Joseph's 


Wl-0 




Oct. 21 


Rhode Island 


Wl-0 




Oct. 24 


Dartmouth 


W2-1 




Oct. 27 


WEST CHESTER 


W2-0 




Oct. 29 


LA SALLE 


W4-0 




Nov. 04 


WEST CHESTER 


W4-0 




Nov. 05 


TEMPLE 


W3-0 




Nov. 11 


Boston University 


W2-1 




Nov. 12 


North Carolina 


L5-1 





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Volleyball 




The 2000 UMASS volleyball team celebrated a suc- 
cessful season with hard work and detennination. This year's 
line up includes players from all over the country, Puerto 
Rico, and Canada. The volleyball program, as it is, has only 
been in existence for eight years, yet every year, the team is 
both competitive and has all-star players. This season, the 
UMASS volleyball team is ranked by the RPI in the top third 
out of 308 schools. Despite a rocky start, the team's second 
half record was 10-4. The greatest victory for the team, thus 
far this season, included a win over Temple in their final 
game. This victory allowed UMASS to knock Temple out 
of their first place conference standing and host the confer- 
ence championships. Each and every player contributed her 
all and helped create and extremely successful season. The 
team, led by its co-captains Rebecca Husson and Lymarie 
Llovet, defeated much of its competition with the aid of other 
powerful players such as Jenni Drennan and Jen Davis. This 
young team looks forward to the up and coming seasons with 
anticipation and confidence that they will be as successful 
as this season. 



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Date 


Opponent 


Score 


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Sep. 1 


@UNH 


W 3-2 




Sep. 2 


Utah 


L 0-3 




Sep. 2 


Eastern Michigan 


W 3-0 




Sep. 8 


Cal-State 


W 3-1 




Sep. 9 


Illinio.s-Chicago 


L 2-3 


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Sep. 9 


@Hofstra 


L 0-3 


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Sep. 15 


©Colorado State 


L 0-3 


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Sep. 17 


Georgia Tech 


L 0-3 


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Sep. 17 


Loyola-Chicago 


L 0-3 




Sep. 22 


@ Dayton 


L 0-3 


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Sep. 23 


@Xavier 


L 2-3 




Sep. 27 
Sep. 29 


URI 

@GW 


W 3-0 
L 0-3 


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Oct. 1 


(SFordham 


W 3-0 


Oct. 7 


Duquesne 


W 3-1 






Oct. 1 1 


Lasalle 


W 3-0 




Oct. 13 


Temple 


L 1-3 




Oct. 17 


UCONN 


W 3-2 




Oct. 20 


Xavier 


L 2-3 


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Oct. 21 


Dayton 


W 3-2 


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Oct. 25 


@URI 


W 3-1 




Oct. 27 


Fordham 


W3-0 




Oct. 28 


GW 


L 0-3 




Nov. 3 


(©Duquesne 


W 3-0 




Nov. 7 


Fairfield 


L 2-3 




Nov. 10 


@LaSalle 


W 3-0 




Nov. 1 1 


@TeiTiple 


W 3-2 






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Men's Swimming and Diving 



The 2001 Men's Swimming and Diving team was 
extreamly successful this season. Once again, for 
a fourth time, the team won the Atlantic 10 Cham- 
pionships, this team had many players meet and 
break long standing records. The team had a 1 87 
point lead over the second place team in the cham- 
pionship. Each swimmer and diver contributed 
greatly to the wins. This season, BiUy Brown quali- 
fied for the NCAA's Championship meet in the 
200m breast stroke. Another valuable player, Chris 
Arsenault has won 6 A- 10 titles in his swimming 
career at UMass. Other valuable memebers of 
the team include senior Mike Sabina, sophomore 
Chad Arnold, and junior Ryan Fisher. For the third 
time in his career, Coach Russ Yarworth was named 
A- 10 Coach of the Year. 






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New Hampshire 

Central Connecticut 

Boston University 

St. John's 

Columbia 

Syracuse 

Connecticut 

Rhode Island Invitational 

UMBC 

Rutgers 

Fordham 



180-110 

175-83 

173-121 

149.5-111.5 

147-96 

239-127 

139-104 

1st, 1st of four 

2nd, of three 

160-122 

153-87 



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Women's Swimming and Diving 




fhe 2000-2001 Women's Swimming and Diving team also 
■:elebrated a excellent season with a 10-3 record. This sea- 
|;on, they won their first Atlantic 10 Champoinship. This 
eason, UMass holds the record in thier confrence for the 
!00 free, 400 free, and the 200 medly. Becky Hunnewell 

i 

:ias had an extreamly successful season being named. Most 
Outstanding Perforemer of the A-10 Championship meet, 
"reshman. Christen Dexter won the A-10 Rookie of the 
A'eek five times. Other valuable swimmers include sopho- 
nore Molly Buckley, junior Andrea Kazanjian, and junior 
\nne Dettloff. Diver, Kate Alley has the top score this 
reason in the A- 10 1 meter event. The team looks foward 
yet another successful season next year. 



New Hampshire 


187.5-112.5 


W 


Central Connecticut State 


151-126 


W 


Boston University 


165-132 


W 


Northeastern 


156-144 


W 


St. John's 


144-107 


w 


Syracuse 


130-240 


L 


Connecticut 


106-194 


L 


UMBC 


1st, of three 




Rutgers 


125-149 


L 


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2000-2001 Statistics 





q. 


W/L 


: 


lONA 


67-65 W 




Marquette 


64-68 L 




Holv Cross 


65-78 L 




Oregon 


76-91 L 




PROVIDENCE 


70-85 L 




Ohio State 


51-54 L 




Connecticut 


67-82 L 




Boston University 


68-52 W 




BOSTON COLLEGE 


65-74 L \ 




North CaroUna 


60-91 L 1 

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Richmond 


59-63 L j 




GEORGE WASHINGTON 76-60 W j 




Xavier 


75-64 W 




St. Bonaventure 


65-66 L 




DAYTON 


62-57 W 




DUOUESNE 


80-69 W 




La Salle 


62-58 W 




Temple 


65-64 WOT 




Rhode Island 


78-46 W 




FORDHAM 


85-59 W 




Davton 


76-89 L 


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XAVIER 


59-49 W 




TEMPLE 


52-84 L 




RHODE ISLAND 


82-67 W 




Georse Washington 


64-56 W 


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St. Joseph's 


69-84 L 




ST. BONAVENTURE 


59-66 L 


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St. Bonaventure 


79-58 W 




St. Joseph's 


75-70 W 




Temple 


65-76 L 






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122 Men's Basketball 




Men's Basketball 





This was another busy sea- 
son for the UMass Men's bas- 
ketball team. It was full of wins, 
losses, and changes. After 15 
losses and 15 wins, the UMass 
Minutemen made it to the Atlan- 
tic 10 tournament where they 
played their best. Among the 
highlights, senior shooting 
guard, Monty Mack has been 
called "one of the most prolific 
scorers in UMass and Atlantic 10 
history." But he's not the only 
one working on the court; the 
whole team contributes and 
strives to win even with their 
busy game schedule. James 
"Bruiser" Flint resigned as head 
coach of UMASS men's basket- 
ball after his 5* season. Filling 
his place as head coach will be 
Steve Lappas, who will become 
the 19"' coach in school history. 
After a long tough season, the 
team was ready for a break and 
waits until they begin their new 
season. 



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Women's Basketball 



The 2000-2001 UMass Women's Basketball team finished 
the season with a respectable 12-17 record. The team played 
a difficult schedule and advanced to the Atlantic Ten 
Quarterfinals before losing to Xavier. Each memeber of 
the team contributed greatly to the success of the season. 
The 2000-2001 team was complete with players that 
encompased determination as well as athleticism. Despite, 
Co-Captain, Nekole Smith being out for the season with a 
knee injury, the team progressed foward and was competi- 
tive in their league. Kathy Coyner, senior Co-Captain 
stepped up and played at a extreamly high level. Her per- 
formance both on and off the court paid off as she was 
selected to play on the Altlantic 10 All- Academic Team. 
Other members of the team contributing greatly to the sucess 
this season include sophomore Jennifer Butler, sophomore 
Amber Sneed, as well as Junior Caroline Nehls. Coach 
Janice O'Brien was able to put together a team that was 
able to focus and work well together. With huge wins, 
such as the Atlanitc 10 tournament win over Road Island, 
the UMass Women's Basketball team looks foward to next 
season with anticipation. 





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UMASS 





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2000-2001 


Results 




:harlotte 


64-48 W 


t Georgia 


63-71 L 


lOLY CROSS 


62-57 W 


)ARTMOUTH 


54-46 W 


t San Francisco 


37-80 L 


t Stanford 


50-85 L 


AMES MADISON 


65-72 L 


lUTGERS 


57-78 L 


t New Hampshire 


56-39 W 


s Alabama 


62-74 L 


s Fairleigh Dickins 
It. JOSEPH'S 


69-47 W 


54-66 L 


'tSt. Bonaventure 


63-54 W 


IHODE ISLAND 


71-66 W 


t Xavier University 


68-77 L 


t Dayton 


69-57 L 


3.W. 

1 


46-74 L 


lA SALLE 


51-74 L 


^ORDHAM 


71-54 W 


t Rhode Island 


35-46 L 


!T. BONAVENTURE 76-45 W 


iitFordham 


52-60 L 


WQUESNE 


55-47 W 


it George Washington 41-58 L 


It Duquesne 


53-64 L 


;it Temple University 


69-72 L 


f)AYTON 


55-59 L 


!'s Rhode Island 


69-65 W 


n Xavier 


64-86 L 






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Women's Basketball 125 




2000-2001 


Men's Ice Hockey 


Recap 


Date 


Opponent 


Score 


Oct. 06 


Wisconsin 


L9-6 


Oct. 07 


Wisconsin 


L3-0 


Oct. 21 


Colgate 


T4-4 


Oct. 27 


Merrimack 


W3-0 


Oct. 29 


Boston College 


L9-5 


Nov. 03 


UMass-Lowell 


W 5-4 (OT) 


Nov. 04 


New Hampshire 


W3-0 


Nov. 10 


Nebraska-Omaha 


L3-2 


Nov. 11 


Nebraska-Omaha 


L3-1 


Nov. 16 


Connecticut 


T2-2 


Nov. 18 


RPI 


L9-2 


Nov. 21 


Veimont 


L5-3 


Nov. 25 


St. Cloud State 


L3-1 


Dec. 01 


Boston 


L5-2 


Dec. 02 


Boston 


L4-2 


Dec. 08 


Providence 


W3-1 


Dec. 14 


Maine 


L3-2 


Jan. 02 


Brown 


W4-1 


Jan. 06 


Providence 


L4-0 


Jan. 07 


Providence 


L4-1 


Jan. 12 


Northeastern 


L4-2 


Jan. 13 


Northeastern 


W2-0 


Jan. 19 


Merrimack 


L3-0 


Jan. 20 


Merrimack 


W2-1 


Jan. 25 


UMass-Lowel 


L3-2 


Jan. 27 


Northeastern 


T 2-2 


Feb. 02 


Boston 


L5-1 


Feb. 03 


UMass-Lowel 


L4-1 


Feb. 09 


Maine 


L 3-2 (OT) 


Feb. 10 


Maine 


L5-1 


Feb. 23 


Boston 


T3-3 


Feb. 24 


Boston 


L6-3 


Mar. 02 


New Hampshire 


W2-1 


Mar. 03 


New Hampshire 


L3-0 




Pi 



126 Ice Hockey 



Men's Indoor 

Track 



nil 


Boston University 

Maine 

New Hampshire 

Yale 


3rd, 3/6 


1/19 


New England Challenge Cup 


5th. 5/6 


1/27 


New Hampshire 
Central Connecticut 
Holy Cross 


2nd, of three 


2/3 


Rhode Island 

Maryland 

New Hampshire 


3rd. of nine 


2/17 


Atlantic 10 Championship 


4th 





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128 Men's Indoor Track 





Women ^s Indoor 

Track 




12/2 


Boston University 


2nd. 2/6 




1/20 


New England Challenge Cup 


8th, 8/10 




1/26 


Northeastern 


5th-ofl0 




2/3 


Rhode Island 


4th, of eight 






Brown 




'^•- , 




Maryland 








New Hampshire 








Rutgers 






2/17 


Atlantic 10 Championship 


3rd 




2/23 


New England Championship 


8th 






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Women's Indoor Track 129 



Men^s Waterpolo 



^7j 130 Men's Waterpolo 



9/2 


Slippery Rock 


W, 18-4 


9/2 


M.I.T. 


W, 14-6 


9/3 


Navy 


L,3-2 


9/3 


University of Puerto Rico 


L,9-7 


9/9 


Boston College 


W, 15-3 


9/9 


Brown 


W, 11-6 


9/9 


Harvard 


W, 12-4 


9/16 


Harvard 


W, 12-7 


9/16 


Brown 


W, 12-5 


9/23 


Boston College 


W, 16-7 


9/23 


M.I.T. 


W,21-5 


9/23 


Harvard 


W, 13-8 


9/30 


George Washington 


W, 17-3 


9/30 


Bucknell 


W, 13-11 


9/30 


Navy 


L. 8-6 (20T) 


10/1 


Princeton 


W, 10-4 


10/7 


Brown 


W, 15-10 


10/7 


U.S. Merchant Marine Academy 


W, 15-10 


10/8 


lona 


W, 11-10 


10/12 


Pepperdine 


L, 10-7 


10/13 


Long Beach State 


L,9-5 


10/14 


Loyola Marymount 


L,9-6 


10/21 


Connecticut College 


W, 10-6 


10/21 


Fordham 


W, 24-10 


10/21 


St. Francis 


L, 10-8 


10/22 


Queens 


L, 10-9 


10/28 


St. Francis 


L, 11-10 


10/28 


Navy 


W,ll-8 


10/29 


Princeton 


L, 10-9 


10/29 


Queens 


W, 12-6 


11/3 


U.S. Merchant Marine Academy 


W. 15-2 


11/4 


Harvard 


W, 12-2 


11/5 


Queens 


W,8-7 


11/5 


St. Francis 


L,9-6 


11/18 


Bucknell 


W, 13-5 


11/18 


Navy 


L, 14-11 


11/19 


Queens 


W, 17-13 










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Women^s Waterpolo 





2/10 


Villanova 


W, 14-7 


2/24 


Brown 


L.8-7 


2/24 


Queens 


W,8-2 


3/10 


Hartwick 


W,6-3 


3/11 


Princeton 


L,8-5 


3/17 


Connecticut College 


W, 18-5 


3/17 


Brown 


W, 10-9 20T 


3/17 


Harvard 


W, 10-5 


3/19 


Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 


W,8-2 


3/20 


San Diego State 


L,9-4 


3/21 


Long Beach State 


L,8-4 


3/22 


Southern California 


L, 16-2 


3/24 


Harvard 


W.6-5 


3/24 


Connecticut College 


W. 13-6 


3/31 


Michigan 


L. 10-8 


3/31 


Indiana 


W,9-6 


4/1 


Michigan State 


W,9-8 


4/3 


Brown 


W.8-7 


4/7 


Marist 


W, 18-2 


4/7 


Harvard 


W, 10-7 


4/8 


Hartwick 


L,5-4 


4/18 


Brown 


W,6-4 


4/28 


Indiana 


W,8-6 


4/28 


Princeton 


L, 8-7 (2 OT) 


4/29 


Hartwick 


L, 14-7 




Women's Waterpolo 131 



Men's and Women's Skiing 

Both the UMass Men's and Women's Ski Teams had a successful season, with both teams quaUfying for both the 
NCAA and United States College Ski Association (USCSA) Regional competitions. The Men's Team finished off their season 
at the USCSA Regionals with a seventh place finish, just over two seconds behind the last qualifier for the USCSA Nationals. 
The Women's Team, however, with a fourth-place finish at the USCSA Regionals, was one of five teams to advance to the 
National Championships in Bogus Basin, Idaho on March 6, 200 1 . There they competed with 1 9 teams and finished their season 
in ninth-place. 



len's 2000- 


2001 Schedule and 


Statistics 


Date 


Opponent 


Outcome/Time 


01/20/2001 


UMass Carnival 


3rd, 4th 


01/27/2001 


Plymouth State 
Carnival 


9:30 AM ET 


02/03/2001 


Brown / UConn 
Carnival 


4th, 4th 


02/10/2001 


Boston College 
Carnival 


9:30 AM ET 


02/16/2001 


Smith College 
Carnival 


3rd, of 1 1 


02/23/2001 


NCAA Regionals 


9:00 AM ET 


02/25/2001 


USCSA Regionals 


7th 



Women's 2000-2001 Schedule and Statistic 



Date 


Opponent 


Outcome/Time 


01/20/2001 


UMass Carnival 


3rd, 5th 


01/27/2001 


Plymouth State 
Carnival 


9:30 AM ET 


02/03/2001 


Brown / UConn 
Carnival 


5th, 4th 


02/10/2001 


Boston College 
Carnival 


9:30 AM ET 


02/16/2001 


Smith College 
Carnival 


3rd, of 1 1 


02/23/2001 


NCAA Regionals 


9:00 AM ET 


02/25/2001 


USCSA Regionals 


4th 


03/06/2001 


USCSA Nationals 


9th 






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132 Men's Skiing 




Cheerleading 

The cheerleading squad put a lot of time, work, and energy into 
this years program. The three quads, Varsity Co-Ed, Varsity 
All-Girl, and Mascot program, travel all over the country in support 
of UMass Athletics. Since becoming part of the Athletic Depart- 
ment in 1 994, the squad has become a nationally recognized 
program, having participated in the National Cheerleaders Associa- 
tion National Competition for four consecutive years. Congratula- 
tions on a great season and best of luck to the graduating seniors. 



Cheerleading 133 ^ 



Men ^s Tennis 



9/26 


Hartford 


W.7-0 


10/2 


Boston University 


W,7-0 


10/5 


Boston College 


W,4-3 


10/09 


Central Connecticut 


W.7-0 


10/17 


Rhode Island 


W, 7-0 


10/21 


St. John's 


W,5-2 


10/28 


UConn 


L,5-2 


2/18 


Colgate 


L,5-2 


2/23 


Vermont 


W.6-1 


2/24 


Duquesne 


W.7-0 


3/19 


Lynn 


L,7-2 


3/21 


St. Thomas 


L.5-4 


3/22 


Florida Atlantic 


L.7-0 


3/31 


Dartmouth 


L,7-0 


4/03 


Fordham 


W.6-1 


4/07 


Army 


L,6-l 


4/07 


Temple 


W, 4-3 








Women^s Tennis 




9/19 


Amherst 


W,6-3 


9/27 


Boston University 


L,6-3 


10/11 


Dartmouth 


W,7-2 


10/18 


St. John's 


W,9-0 


10/2 


Columbia 


W,5-2 


10/28 


Connecticut 


W.6-0 


2/12 


Yale 


L,7-0 


2/16 


Cornell Invitational 


W,4-3 


2/17 


Cornell Invitational 


W.5-2 


2/18 


Cornell Invitational 


L,7-0 


2/24 


Army 


L,6-l 


3/19 


Lynn 


L,9-0 


3/20 


Broward Comm. College 


W.7-2 


3/21 


St. Thomas 


W.9-0 


3/22 


Florida Atlantic 


L,5-2 


3/31 


Villanova 


W,6-l 


3/31 


Duquesne 


W,7-0 


4/01 


Temple 


W.5-2 


4/04 


Fairfield 


W,7-0 


4/10 


Fordham 


W,7-0 


4/11 


Rhode Island 


W. 4-3 


4/12 


Williams 


L,4-3 


4/16 


Seton Hall 


W,4-3 


4/22 


Atlantic 10 Championship 


W,4-2 




Women's Tennis 135 ^ 



\> 



Baseball 



3/2 


Oral Roberts 


L,5-2 


3/3 


Oral Roberts 


L, 13-4 


3/4 


Oral Roberts 


L, 16-1 


3/17 


Liberty 


L, 4-3 


3/18 


Liberty 


W,6-3 


3/19 


Liberty 


L, 13-4 


3/20 


Richmond 


L. 5-3 


3/22 


Delaware State 


L, 12-5 


3/24 


La Salle 


L,9-8 


3/24 


La Salle 


W, 10-7 


3/25 


La Salle 


W, 15-2 


3/28 


Connecticut 


L, 13-11 


4/3 


Fairfield 


W, 11-0 


4/4 


Central Conn. State 


W, 16-11 


4/5 


Siena 


L, 12-6 


4/7 


Duquesne 


W.9-5 


4/7 


Duquesne 


L,9-6 


4/9 


Duquesne 


W,7-l 



4/11 


Sacred Heart 


4/13 


St. Bonaventure 


4/13 


St. Bonaventure 


4/14 


St. Bonaventure 


4/17 


Connecticut 


4/18 


Northeastern 


4/20 


Fordham 


4/20 


Fordham 


4/21 


Rhode Island 


4/21 


Rhode Island 


4/24 


Harvard 


4/25 


Vermont 


4/26 


Holy Cross 


5/1 


Harvard 


5/2 


Boston College 


5/3 


Hartford 


5/5 


George Washington 


5/5 


George Washington 


5/6 


George Washington 


5/8 


St. Joseph's 


5/8 


St. Joseph's 


5/9 


St. Joseph's 


5/12 


Xavier 


5/12 


Xavier 


5/13 


Xavier 


5/17 


George Washington 


5/18 


Temple 


5/18 


George Washington 





136 Baseball 



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Softball 





2/9 


Missouri 


L,5-l 


2/9 


UNLV 


W,6-0 


2/10 


Oregon 


W, 1-0 


2/10 


LSU 


L,9-0 


2/11 


Georgia 


W,7-3 


2/23 


Kansas 


L,4-l 


2/23 


Arizona St. 


L,5-l 


2/24 


Alabama 


L,6-3 


2/25 


San Diego State 


L, 1-0 


3/9 


Hofstra 


W,5-0 


3/9 


Florida Atlantic 


L.6-0 


3/10 


Wisconsin 


W,3-0 


3/10 


Utah 


L, 10-0 


3/10 


Kansas 


W, 3-2 


3/11 


UT Chattanooga 


L, 1-0 


3/16 


Michigan 


W, 1-0 


3/16 


Troy State 


W, 4-3 


3/17 


Maryland 


W,6-0 


3/17 


Connecticut 


W,3-0 


3/19 


Florida State 


NTS, Cancelled 


3/20 


Florida A&M 


Rained Out 


3/24 


La Salle 


W. 14-6 


3/25 


La Salle 


W,7-0 


3/29 


Vermont 


Cancelled 


3/29 


Vermont 


Cancelled 


4/3 


Central Conn. 


W,5-0 


4/3 


Central Conn. 


W,9-0 


4/5 


Boston College 


W,5-4 


4/7 


St. Bonaventure 


W,5-0 


4/7 


St. Bonaventure 


W,4-0 


4/8 


St. Bonaventure 


W,7-2 


4/14 


Temple 


W,3-l 


4/14 


Temple 


W,5-3 


4/15 


Temple 


W,6-l 


4/16 


St. Joseph's 


W,3-2 


4/16 


St. Joseph's 


W,8-2 


4/17 


St. Joseph's 


W, 8-5 


4/19 


Harvard 


W,4-3 


4/19 


Harvard 


W,4-2 


4/21 


Dayton 


W,2-0 


4/21 


Dayton 


W,4-0 


4/22 


Dayton 


W,4-l 


4/24 


Connecticut 


L,2-l 


4/28 


Fordham 


W,2-0 


4/28 


Fordham 


W,3-2 


4/29 


Fordham 


W,9-0 


5/1 


Boston College 


L,5-4 


5/3 


Brown 


W,6-3 


5/3 


Brown 


W,9-0 


5/5 


Rhode Island 


Wll-1 


5/5 


Rhode Island 


W, 3-1 


5/6 


Rhode Island 


W,2-0 


5/8 


Connecticut 


W, 10-0 


5/10 


Rhode Island 


W, 8-0 


5/11 


Temple 


W,6-0 


5/12 


Rhode Island 


W,5-l 


5/17 


North Carolina 


W,4-2 


5/18 


Washington 


L,8-0 


5/20 


Washington 


L,7-l 



Softball 137 



Men's Outdoor 
Track and Field 

The Men's Outdoor Track and Field Team had a very successful season, high- 
lighted with naany victories. On April 29, 2001 the team placed in the top three a total of 1 3 
times in the Yale Invitational. Following the Yale Invitational the Men proceeded to the 
Atlantic 10 Championships where they finished second with 190 points, just 24 points 
behind the first-place URI Rams' tally of 214. This was the fifth consecutive season that the 
Men's Outdoor Team placed second at the Atlantic 10 Championships. This was followed 
by a tenth-place finish at the New England Championship. 

Men's 2001 Season Recap 



Date 


Opponent 


Outcome/rime 


03/31/2001 


Smith College Invitational 


11:00AMET 


04/07/2001 


Southern Connecticut with 
Fordham, Manhattan and St. John's 


2nd 


04/14/2001 


Northeastern with Brown and 
Southern Connecticut 


4th 


04/21/2001 


Connecticut with Brown and 
Princeton 


3rd 


04/29/2001 


Yale Invitational 




05/05/2001 


Atlantic 10 Outdoor Championship 


11:00AMET 


05/06/2001 


Atlantic 10 Outdoor Championship 


2nd Recap 


05/11/2001 


New England Outdoor 
Championship 


12:00 PMET 


05/12/2001 


New England Outdoor 
Championship 


10th 






^fi 1 38 Men's Outdoor Track and Field 

OMOSS 









i 



Women's Outdoor 
Track and Field 

The UMass Minutewomen's Outdoor Track and Field Team had a strong 
;eason. After placing in the top three eight times at the Yale Invitational, the 
vomen went on to the Atlantic 10 Championship where they captured the title 
vith their winning score of 191 points. Following their Atlantic 10 victory the 
women went on to place fourth for the day at the New England Outdoor Track 
iind Field Championship on May 1 1 and 12 at Williams College. Here Junior 
Ihianna DaCruz captured the New England title in the Pole Vault. 



A^omen's 2001 Season Recap 




Date 


Opponent 


Outcome/Time 


03/31/2001 


Smith College Invitational 


TBA 


04/14/2001 


Northeastern w/ Brown 
and Southern Connecticut 


3rd 


04/20/2001 


Connecticut 


3rd 


04/25/2001 


Drake Relays 


10:00 AM FT 


04/26/2001 


Drake Relays 


10:00 AM ET 


04/29/2001 


Yale Invitational 




05/05/2001 


ACC- 10 Outdoor 
Championship 


10:00 AM FT 


05/06/2001 


ACC- 10 Outdoor 
Championship 


10:00 AM ET 


05/11/2001 


New England Outdoor 
Championship 


1 :00 PM ET 


05/12/2001 


New England Outdoor 


4th 




Championship 










Women's Outdoor Track and Field ff, 



iHeiYs 



GYmnastics 




2001 Team Stats 




Date 


Opponent 


Outcome 


12/02/2000 


UMass Open 


1st, lst/7 


01/13/2001 


Penn State 


W, 202.500-202.150 


01/19/2001 


West Point Open 




01/26/2001 


Navy 


W, 202.250-198.000 


02/03/2001 


California-Santa Barbara 


3rd 


02/10/2001 


Winter Nationals 




02/18/2001 


Michigan 


3rd, 3rd-of3 


02/20/2001 


Southern Connecticut State 


W, 154.150-141.500 


02/24/2001 


Temple 


W. 210.550-205.700 


03/03/2001 


New England Championship 


1st, of 5 


03/10/2001 


Army 


W, 209.65-204.10 


03/17/2001 


Temple 


1st. Ist-of 3 


03/24/2001 


ECAC Championship 


1st, 208.050 


04/05/2001 


NCAA Championship 


11th 


^f^ 140 Men's Gymnastics 






The Men's Gymnatics 
team finished a strong season 
at the NCAA Championships 
on April 6, 2001. They placed 
1 1th in the nation with a score 
of 208.700. The competition 
continued for one Senior, 
Bryan McNulty, who advanced 
to the NCAA Individual 
Champioships after he tied for 
eighth-place 
on the floor 
with a 

9.200. He 
then scored 
an 8.425 in 
the event fi- 
nals on Sat- 
urday to fin- 
ish eleventh 
overall. 



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omens 



GYmnatics 



The UMass Women's Gymnastic Team finished 
L successful season at the NCAA Northeast Regional 
uhampionship. With an overall score of 188.525, they 
inished in sixth-place, just 0.55 points away from plac- 
ag in the top five. Nevertheless, the team had a great 
eason finishing second-place in the Atlantic 10 Cham- 
lionship, and ending with an 1 1 win 7 loss record. 





2001 Team Stats 



Date 


Opponent 


Outcome 


01/14/2001 


Western Michigan 


L, 193.100-189.600 


01/14/2001 


Illinois-Chicago 


L, 191.025-189.600 


01/14/2001 


Eastern Michigan 


W. 189.600-189.400 


01/20/2001 


at Michigan State 


L, 192.750-185.650 


01/27/2001 


Cornell 


W. 185.925-181.875 


02/02/2001 


West Virginia 


L, 194.400-191.925 


02/10/2001 


New Hampshire 


L, 193.600-192.325 


02/17/2001 


Yale 


W, 190.675-188.775 


02/17/2001 


Alaska- Anchorage 


W, 190.675-183.100 


02/17/2001 


Massachusetts Institute 
of Technology 


W,190.675- 173.975 


02/23/2001 


Penn State 


L, 197.450-193.675 


02/25/2001 


Temple 


W, 188.650-184.775 


03/02/2001 


Bridgeport 


W, 190.875-186.975 


03/10/2001 


Rhode Island 


W, 194.725-193.700 


03/17/2001 


Yale 


W, 193.500-191.900 


03/24/2001 


George Washington 
(Atlantic lOChampioinship) 


L, 194.975-193.825 


03/24/2001 


Rhode Island 

(Atlantic 10 Championship) 


W, 193.825-191.000 


03/24/2001 


Temple 

(Atlantic 10 Championship) 


W. 193.825-188.625 


04/07/2001 


NCAA Northeast 
Regional 


6th, 188.525 



Women's Gymnastics 141 



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ens 



Soccer 





2000 Men's Soccer 


Recap 


Date 


Opponent 


Score 


Aug. 26 


BROWN 


Wl-0 


Sep. 01 


South Carolina 


L2-1 


Sep. 06 


HARTFORD 


L2-1 


Sep. 09 


Maine 


W2-1 OT 


Sep. 1 1 


Boston University 


L 1-0 


Sep. 17 


Siena 


W2-1 


Sep. 20 


NEW HAMPSHIRE 


W3-1 


Sep. 22 


BINGHAMTON 


W2-0 


Sep. 24 


FRESNO STATE 


T I-l 


Sep. 29 


St. Bonaventure 


W2-1 OT 


Oct. 01 


Duquesne 


TO-0 


Oct. 06 


St. Joseph's 


W4-2 


Oct. 08 


Temple 


W 1-0 OT 


Oct. 1 1 


Harvard 


Ll-0 


Oct. 15 


George Washington 


Wl-0 


Oct. 18 


Rhode Island 


W 1-0 OT 


Oct. 20 


DAYTON 


L3-1 


Oct. 22 


XAVIER 


Wl-0 


Oct. 27 


Fordham 


W3-0 


Oct. 29 


La Salle 


W2-1 


Nov. 03 


Rhode Island 


L2-1 OT 



^ 142 Men's Soccer 

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Women's 
Soccer 



2 


000 Women's Soccer 


Recap 


Date 


Opponent 


Score 


Aug. 25 


Texas-El Paso 


W2-0 


Sep. 02 


Albany 


W9-0 


Sep. 04 


Syracuse 


L 1-0 


Sep. 08 


GEORGIA 


L3-1 


Sep. 10 


LONG ISLAND U. 


W6-0 


Sep. 13 


Connecticut 


L 1-0 


Sep. 17 


Rhode Island 


L3-0 


Sep. 22 


San Diego State 


W2-1 


Sep. 24 


Arizona State 


L2-0 


Sep. 29 


St. Bonaventure 


W2-0 


Oct. 01 


Duquesne 


W2-1 


Oct. 06 


ST. JOSEPH'S 


W2-1 


Oct. 08 


TEMPLE 


W6-0 


Oct. 15 


G. WASHINGTON 


W2-1 


Oct. 20 


Dayton 


L2-1 


Oct. 27 


FORDHAM 


W2-1 


Oct. 29 


LA SALLE 


W2-1 


Nov. 03 


Xavier 


L 1-0 



Women's Soccer 143 



Women^s Lacrosse 



3/10 


Harvard 


L.9-8 


3/13 


Penn St University 


L,ll-4 


3/18 


New Hampshire 


L.8-6 


3/24 


Syracuse 


L. 15-8 


3/28 


Vermont 


W. 18-2 


3/31 


Hofstra 


L, 10-6 


4/04 


Dartmouth 


L. 13-3 


4/06 


St. Joseph's 


W, 14-8 


4/08 


Temple 


L,ll-7 


4/13 


Duquesne 


L. 12-9 


4/14 


St. Bonaventure 


W, 10-4 


4/19 


Albany 


W, 19-2 


4/21 


La Salle 


W, 19-8 


4/25 


Connecticut 


W, 12-9 


4/29 


North Carolina 


L, 20-5 


5/04 


A-10 Championship St. Joseph's 


L. 10-6 





^1^ 144 Women's Lacrosse 

HMOSS 



Men^s Lacrosse 




2/24 


Hofstra 


W, 17-13 


3/3 


Stony Brook 


W, 17-8 


3/10 


Navy 


W, 11-8 


3/17 


Albany 


W, 19-6 


3/21 


Boston College 


W, 23-2 - 


3/25 


Vermont 


W, 18-6 


3/31 


Penn St 


W, 10-9 


4/7 


Maryland-Baltimore 


W, 16-10 


4/14 


Yale 


W, 14-7 


4/18 


Harvard 


W, 11-5 


4/21 


Georgetown 


L, 13-12 


4/28 


Syracuse 


L.9-8 


5/2 


Rutgers 


W. ] 7-7 


5/5 


Brown 


W. 15-5 



Men's Lacrosse 145 ff. 



Women^s Crew 



The University of Massachusetts women's crew 
team won its sixth straight Verizon Atlantic 10 Champi- 
onship this afternoon on the Cooper River in 
Collingswood, N.J. UMass won three of 10 races and 
totalled 47 points. 

The Minutewomen's Quad (7:48.90). Light- 
weight 4 (8:32.90), and Second Varisty 8 boats 
(7:02.87) each recorded first-place finishes. UMass also 
had two second-place finishes in the Novice 8 "B" 
(8:11 .47) and Varsity 8 (7:08.23) races. 

Head coach Jim Dietz has now won six con- 
ference titles in seven seasons at UMass. 




* 




^!^ 146 Women's Crew 

UMASS 




Uptown Life 147 ^ 



C/assofZOOl Gradt/a^es 



SDia 



ABBOTT.SUSANE 
ADAMITES .JESSICA K 
7\JALAT,ELIZABETH A 
AMAN JACOB T 
APICELLA.CHARLES A 
ARAM.GAZELLE 
AROND.DANIELJ 
ASWELL.MICHAELS 
BAILEY,LISAC 
BANKER,NATHANW 
BARAM.LILLIEA 
BELIZAIRE.CARMELLE A 
BENNETT.SIMONEJ 
BESHARATY,MARK BARMAK 
BITTMAN.SIMEONM 
BLANKSTEIN,JULIE A 
BLISSJAIMEL 
BLIZZARD,RONELL L 
BOYLE.KRISTENE 
CASTELL.VERAN 
CHRISTOPH,JENNIFER A 
COLE. ANDREW J 
COLLINS.MARY B 
D'AGOSTINO, VINCENT D 
DALY,JEREMY R 
DEBERARDINIS.NICOLE 
DEEN.SHIREENA 
DEMAIO,MARCUSD 
DEPINA,JONATHAN M 
DESROSIERS.MATTHEW A 
DIAMOND.SETHM 
DIAMONDIS.LAURA E 
DOLEZS AR.BRIDGET M 
DU PLESSIS,NICOLA A 
DUCHARME.DANIELLE M 
EXILHOMME,FRANCOIS 
FARRELL, VANESSA R 
FERNANDEZ.CARETIA A 
FINK,JESSICAA 
nSHER,NICHOLAS D 
HTZPATRICK.MICHAEL E 
FLINT.NATHANJ 
FRAWLEY,JOSEPH Em 
FULLMER.CAROLINE M 
GABOR.KRISTEN L 
GARCIA.PAOLAL 
GARCIA,RUBENG 
GARRIS.DAVIDA 
GIAMMARINO,JUS CREA 
GLEASON.ERIKJ 
GLUCKSTERN,RACHEL M 



GUARINO.MARIE 

HALLORAN.CHRISTOPHER D 

HANSON.CALEB E 

HARPER.DARLAL 

HARRISON.HOWARD R 

HARVEY.DAVIDL 

HATrA,ALLANK 

HESSELTON.SARAM 

HICKS.MATTHEWJ 

HILL.ABIGAILL 

HIRSHBERG.MATTHEW J 

HO.JACQUELINEA 

HODGE, AARON F 

ISBELL.JEFES 

JACKSON.TIFFANYT 

JOHNSON.RICKYT 

KAPNER,DANIELA 

KELLEHER.KEVIN M 

KIRSHTEYN.MARK 

KLEIN.MICHAELL 

KNOX.RACHELA 

KOSKE.SARAHE 

LABOUBE.JULIANA D 

LAMB.AMIRA K 

LAMOTHE.SEANAJ 

LANGONE.MARIA 

LARICHEVA,JULIA 

LEE,JULIANNE 

LEMENILLE,ROSS STEVEN 

LEVINE.CORINNES 

LI.WILLIAM 

LINVILL.JOHN B 

LITCHFIELD.TUCKER J 

LOPEZ.DORIS C 

LORDEN.NICHOLAS M 

LORING,AVERIA 

LUBOWnZ.DOUGLAS H 

MAHONEY.SHAWN M 

MALSCH.CHRISTIAN G 

MANHEIM.LILACH 

MCELROY.SEANJ 

MCKEAND.LEAHM 

MILTON.PAULJ 

MOREAU.NICOLEM 

MOULDOV AN.DINA E 

NASON.IRIS 

NESBIT.JENNIFER L 

NGUYEN.KIMANNT 

NICOLA.ELENA 

NICOLL.ELIZABETH S 

NOODELL,JESSICAR 

NOONAN,MOIRAE 



OLEKS AK.NATHAN D 

PAGLIUCO,ROBERT A 

PALMIERI.ANTHONY M 

RAY.ARNALI 

REED.JENNIFERL 

RICHARDSON.JEFFREY W 

ROBERTS,: ASONT 

ROCHE.JOANNAE 

ROCHE.PATRICKT 

ROSE, ASHLEY J 

ROTHMAN,KEVIN M 

ROYLAND,JAMESJ 

RUBINSTEIN,AARON D 

SACHS,CARISSAI 

S ALAZAR,HAYDEN A 

SCHMIDT,COURTNEY M 

SCHMIDT,LAURA M 

SCHWIRL^NJMATHAN A 

SHABUNIN,ALICE 

SHAMES,JOSHUAE 

SIEBER,JESSICAL 

SILVA,LYDL\L 

SIU.ALAN 

SLOTNICK.LAURAE 

SMITH.PAMELAJ 

SNYDER,MEGANM 

STEELE,JEEFREY D 

STEINMEYER,MATTHEW J 

STONE,JAIMIEE 

SULLIVAN.CRISTIN E 

SULLIVAN,MOLLYJ 

SULLIVAN,SEANM 

SURETTE.BRIANT 

TARSIA.KRISTENM 

TEK,SOPHEAK 

THELWELL.NJERI A 

TOBL\SSON,KRISTIN A L 

TOTH,LAURAK 

TRABELSI.JASMINE 

TRAGER,BRIAN M 

VAGNONLJLILIEA 

VERDELL.THOMASJ 

WASKOM.CASEYT 

WHITEHEAD,ELIZABETH A 

WUESINGHE,CHANDANA M 

WILSON.JOHNP 

WING ARDNER,S ARAH L 

WTNKWORTH,CAITLIN J 

WRIGHT.SEANF 

WRIGHT,STARKER E 

WLnRZBACHER,DANIEL S 

ZATZ, JODIE 



Collie of Food & Motttf^l ResociKjes. 



ABDIRAHMAN.OSMAN M 
ACKLEY,JENNIFERA, 
ADAML/\N,BRIAP 
ADAMS,PAULC 
ADELMAN,ALEXANDRA C 
AHERN,JULIEA 
AKUNOWICZ,KAREN L 
ALBERT.BETHANN 
ALBINO,HEATHER R 



ALEXANDER,MEGAN E 
ALEXANDER,MICHAEL D 
ALEXOFF,MICHELLE B 
AMES,ERIC F 
AMIRAULT, AMANDA L 
ANDERSON,ROBERT E 
ANDERSON,RULONJ 
ANDRESEN,HEATHER L 
ANDREWS,NICOLEL 



ANDREWS.WILLL\M D FV 

ANTONELLIS,JILLL 

APICERNO.AMYL 

APOSTOLIDIS,EMMANOUIL 

ARMINIO.MICHAEL L 

ARNOLD,LESLIEA 

ARSENALILT.KERRY A 

ASARE,KOFIB 

AUSTIN.JESSE 



148 Class of 2001 Graduates 



Class of 2001 &hadua^es 



AVERYJOHNH 
AWOSAN.EUNICEO 
BACHELDER.CHRISTOPHER W 
BAEHRJONATHAN P 
BAGGJEFFREY R 
BAHREHMAND.SARA D 
BAINTON.JOSHUAW 
BAKER.ALYSONN 
B ALCOM.HEATHER A 
BALDWIN.REEDA 
BALLARDJEFFREY R 
BAPnSTE,HEATHER L 
BARBOZA.BRIAN W 
BARCLA Y.DENNIS C 
BARNESJAMES C 
BARR Y.MAUREEN P 
BASTffiN.CASEYLEE 
BEARD.SARAH B 
BEATTIE.PATRICKJ 
BEDARD.CHRISTINE F 
BEDNAZ.KATIEA 
BEKOFF.STEVEN S 
BELMONTE.NICOLE 
BENAZZI.JAMES T 
BENOIT.GREGORY P 
BERNSTEIN.DAVID 
BERRY.RYAN A 
BERUBE.JASEN M 
BIAFORE.STEVEN A 
BIBB.JONATHAN 
BEDENBACH.KYLE M 
BIENVENUE.ALISHA J 
BISHOP.BRIAN D 
BLASCO.TREVORJ 
BOHIGIAN.CHRISTINA M 
BOHLEN,ZACHARYP 
BOKUNIEWICZ.MATTHEW L 
BOLAND.SEANP 
BOLUS.MATTHEWG 
BORDEAUX.CARYA E 
BORTHWICK.MARLAH 
BOTELHO.ROBERTP 
BOUCHER.NICOLEK 
BRADLEY.EMILYL 
BREIBY.WENDYK 
BREITMAIER. ALEXANDER J 
BRENNAN.DANAE 
BRENNER.KELLY M 
BRIGHAM.HEATHER M 
BRIGHT.COLLEEN A 
BROBERG.GRAHAM N 
BROSS,JAMES E 
BROTCHIE.CANDICE C 
BROWN,JENNIFER S 
BROWN,LESLIEA 
BROWN.WILLIAM E 
BROWNELL.DANIEL R 
BRUNELLE.MICHAEL J 
BRYSON.JOSHUAC 
BRYSON.KEITH D 
BUCZKO.MELISSAA 
BUFFONGE.TAMARA N 
BUNBLASKY,JEREMY C 
BURKE.GREGORY R 
BURTON.APRIL M 
BUZAN.TARA M 
BUZZELL.CHRISTINE M 



C ABRAL.GREGORY J 
CABRAL.MAXIMOR 
CALL.BYRON L 
CALLAHAN.TARA K 
CALSYN.KASEY L 
CAMBRIDGE.IAN L 
CAMPANELLA,ANNE M 
CAMPBELL.EDWARD T 
CARLSON.CRYSTAL L 
CARON.EDWARD W IV 
CARPENTER.STACY L 
CARREIRO.NUNOF 
CARRIG AN.STEPHANIE J 
CARTER.SARAH B 
CASESA.MARCO V 
CASWELL.AARON G 
CESTERO.RICHARD 
CHABOT.JASON R 
CHAN.CHIOH 
CHAN.RICKY 
CHAPMAN.DONALD H 
CHARPENTIER.KELLY M 
CHEROSNICK,JAY D 
CHIN.MARKA 
CHING.PUI LUI 
CHIRGWIN.DAVIDA 
CHOI.GEE YOUNG 
CHOJNOWSKI.KIMBERLY E 
CHUNG.MAIT 
CHUY.ELYSEC 
CLAPP.TIMOTHYA 
CLARK.TIMOTHYJ 
CLARKE.JOHN R 
CLAY.CHRISTOPHER R 
CLAYTON.JASON H 
COHEN,JENNIFER M 
COLE.MICHAEL S 
COLEMAN.PAULD 
COLLETTE.CRYSTAL D 
COLON.JOSEM 
CONNOR.SHANA 
CONNORS.ANDREW P 
COOGAN.JAMIEL 
COSENTINO.DEBORAH L 
COTE.CHRISTINA M 
COTTON,JEREMY S 
COWELL.DAVIDJ 
COX.STEPHANIEA 
COYLE.BRENDAN M 
CRAFTS.KENDRAE 
CRAND.MICHAELT 
CRONIN.BRENDANP 
CROOKS. MICHELLE M 
CROOM,JEROMEA 
CROWLEY.JESSIEL 
CROWLEY.KATHRYN A 
CRUZ.IZABET 
CRUZ.VICTOR 
CURTIS.LEE 
D'ANGELO,JOSEPHR 
DACOSTA.KEITH 
DAMIANO.EMILYJ 
DANGUTIS.LISAM 
DAVIDSON.MICHAEL A 
DAVIS.CHANTELLEB 
DAVIS.KATHERINE N 
DAWSON,MATTHEW W 



DAY,JULIEM 

DELEON.RENATOE 

DEPAULA.KARAJ 

DEAGAZIO.MICHAEL 

DEAGLE.JANIS F 

DECISERO,JILLEAN M 

DECOLA.ELIZABETH A 

DEDE.BETHANYK 

DEFR1ESSE,JEFFREY A 

DELL.DYLANG 

DEMER.LAURA E 

DEMERS.SCOTTA 

DEMPSEY.RICHARDS 

DEPATIE,ANDREAM 

DEVENDRA.JANUBI 

DEVINCENZO.THOMAS M 

DIGIOVANM.MARY E 

DINAN.JOSEPHP 

DIZAZZO.DANIELM 

DMUCHOVSKY.MARGARET 

DOMBROWSKI.HEATHER M 

DOMEvJGLIEZ.CARISS A J 

DONOHOE.ELIZABETH C 

DONOHUE.TIMOTHY M 

DONOVAN,JOHNE 

DORMAN.ERIC B 

D0UGLEN.JAM1EL 

DOWNING.BRIANJ 

DREZNER.ASHLEYR 

DRIGGS.CHARLESR 

DRIVER.ERICG 

DUBIS.JAMESJ 

DUBOIS.ERICJ 

DUCASSE.HOLLYE 

DUDDY.COLLEENL 

DUGGAN.ERIKAL 

DUGOFF.BENJAMIN T 

DUNN,LISAM 

DUPLESSIS.LUKEJ 

DUREPO,JOSHUAA 

ECKEL.THOMAS A 

EDWARDS.DANIELLE M 

EINHORN.S AMUEL G 

ELGART.DIANEM 

ERVIN.PETER E 

ESHBAUGH.SARAHL 

ESPINOLA.NICOLEM 

EWALD.VALERIE 

FABER.ERIC N 

FALKOWITZ.1ANS 

FARID,ASAD 

FARRAR.RONALD M 

FARRINGTON.KRISTA P 

FASSETT.GERALDJ 

FENNELLY.CHRISTOPHER A 

FERLAND.ALISSAB 

FERN ANDES .ALICE G 

FERRITER.PATRICKJ 

FILLION.TODDA 

FISHER.GREGORYS 

FISK,NICOLEE 

FTrCH,JAMES J 

HTZPATRICK.ERIN L 

HTZPATRICK.MICHAEL T 

FITZPATRICK,PAUL T 

FLACH,WILLIAMM 

FLANNERY.THOMAS P JR 



Class of 2001 Graduates 149 



aassofZOOl &hadw^es 



1 

FLEURY,RUSSELLP 

FORGIONE,MARCP 

FORRESTALL.KATHERINE E 

FORTINO.JOSEPHM 

FOSTER.WILLIAMJ 

FREDA,JERAMIEP 

FREEMAN.SHAWN M 

FRISCH.BETSYA 

FROST.PETER S 

FRUH.KEVIN S 

FURANO.ROBYND 

FUSARELLI.ANTHONY 

GABRENAS JUSTIN K 

G ABRIELLI,CHRISTOPHER J 

GAGE.THOMAS A 

GAGNE.RACHELD 

GAIARDELLI.CHERYL I 

GALLAGHER,AMYB 

GALLE.MARYC 

GALVINJOHNP 

GANLEY,PAMELAJ C 

GANNON.BRIANJ 

GARABEDIAN.ADRENA M 

GARWOOD.ELISABETH R 

GATES.ROBERTJ 

GAUGER.TODDW 

GEARHART.AMYE 

GEHRIG.AMYB 

GEMMER.LINDSAY R 

GENO VEVO. ADRIANO M 

GENTLEMAN.MICHAEL J 

GERARDI.MATTIAC 

GERLICHJONNAM 

GIBBS.TYLERC 

GIFFORD.BRYAHW 

GIORDANO.STEVEN N 

GIORGI.TODDP 

GIRARD.NICOLEM 

GLARNER.EMILYR 

GOLDBERG.BENJAMIN 

GORDON.WA^TMEB 

GORMADY.HAYLEY L 

GOTTLrEB,JESSICA R 

GOULD.BRYANC 

GOULD.MATTHEWC 

GOZGITJOSEPH M 

GRADY.REBECCA R 

GRADY.TIMOTHYE 

GRASSLE.TOM 

GRAVES.BRIANC 

GRECO.DAVIDW 

GREENBAUM.DAVID H 

GRIFFINJOHND 

GRIFFIN,MARKD 

GRIGG.TERENCE R 

GRIMES,BRYANL -■ - 

GRIMES,SARAHE 

GRUBERT,CARAJ 

GRUEBEL,EMILYR 

GUAY,TODDJ 

GUERDON,MATTHEW G 

GUGLIELMO.BRETT E 

GUNSHOR,DERICL 

GUPTA,RUKS 

GURRERI.PAULP 

GWOZDZ.JOHNP 

GWOZDZIK.CARRIE E 



HACKEn,DANAL 

HAGLUND.ERICJ 

HAKALA.SANDYD 

HALL.BRANDONW 

HAMEL.MEGHAN E 

HAMLING.AMYM 

HANKARD.ERINK 

HANNON.DANIELL 

HANSEN ,ERIC J 

HARDING.BRYAN P 

HARDING.HARRY 

HARRIS.SARAJ 

HARRISON.SHARYN E 

HART.ALLIS\^ H 

HASKELL.MELISSA M 

HECHTJOSHUAD 

HEINZEJASONA 

HELANEN.MARKUS P 

HENCHEY.CHRISTOPHER S 

HERDA.JOSEPHJ 

HERNANDEZJOSEL 

HERN ANDEZ.TRANCnO B 

HERZIG.CAROLYNT 

HEWESJASONP 

HINCKLEY, ALICIA L 

HOFFMAN,BENJAMIN A 

HOFFMAN.MICHELLE A 

HOHENSCHAU.DAVID L 

HOLLAND.HEIDIA 

HOLE ANDER.D AVID A 

HOLZAPFELLAUREN C 

HOMICKI.THOMASJ 

HOSMAN,ANDREW G 

HOWLAND.THERESA D 

HUDACKOLINDSEY A 

HUGHES.WENDYJ 

HUNT,BRL\N M 

HUNTER.BENJAMIN T 

HURLEY.KEVINP 

lACUESSA.GEOFFREY M 

ILLINGWORTHJOSEPH P 

ISENBERGJEFFREY W 

JACKSON.JENNIFER L 

JAJKO.ADAMF 

JASSIN.AMANDAN 

JEANETTI,NICOLER 

JENKINS.BETHE 

JENNINGSJASONB 

JEWELL.SUSANNAI 

JOBIN.SEAN S 

JOHNSON.BROOKEA 

JOHNSON J AREDR 

JOHNSON.KIRSTENA 

JOHNSONLAMARJ 

JOHNSON.SARAHJ 

JOHNSON.SCOTTE 

JONES.CHARLENEA 

JONES JEFFREYS 

JONES,SHANNONE 

JOUBERTLL\NAS 

JULIUS.NOAHA 

KAINPATRICK M 

KAMEYAMA.KAORU 

KAMINSKIJOHNT 

KANDEL.BENJAMIN D 

KANG,INJA 

KANG.SOOJUNG 



KAPINOS,WAYNEM 

KAPLAN,MATTHEW 

KARNAUSKAS,MANDY M 

KASTL.AMYL 

KATZ,AARONB 

KELINSON JOSHUA D 

KELLEY,KRISTINE 

KELLEY,MEGANE 

KELLY.MICHAELJ 

KENMUIRJOHNT 

KENNEY.ERINM 

KERKADO.DENNIS 

KETCHERSIDE.BRIAN C 

KH ALS A.GURUMUSTUK K 

KHAWAJA.S ABEEN J 

KIM.ANNS 

KIM.ELISA 

KIM.WESLEYJ 

KIMB ALL.SAMUEL A 

KING.DYLANM 

KINGDON JORDAN J 

KLANSEK,MATTHEW W 

KNIGHT.CASSANDRA A 

KOMMINENIRAJESH K 

KONARY.DENNISR 

KONO VER. ARIEL H 

KOOKEN.KRISTINA D 

KOSLOFF.STACEYC 

KOWALSKI.DERONM 

KRADYPAMELA 

KRENTZMANJOSHUA M 

KROLL.SCOTTA 

KUBIAK.KATIER 

KULHOM.PORNPIMOL 

KULIS.SARAHE 

KUZMESKUS.AUTUMN D 

LABONTE.ANGIEM 

LACEY CARA A 

LACHENAUER,JENNIFER A 

LACKNER.ROBERT W 

LAFFOND JONATHAN D 

LAMSON.THOMAS M 

LAPOINTEJONAS A 

LA VALLEE JEFFREY R 

LAVALLEE.LAURENCE J 

LAW.HEATHERL 

LAW.MELISSAM 

LEAHEY.PHILIPJ 

LEE.CHERIA 

LEE.JIN 

LEE JUNG W 

LEE.YEELIN 

LEESON,THOMAS A 

LEFEBVRE.MATTHEW S 

LEGAULT.CASS ANDRA S 

LEGGATT.JENISEL 

LEIS.ANDREW M 

LELACHEUR.MATTHEW E 

LEMARBRE.DANIELLE J 

LEMELINLUKEJ 

LEVASSEUR.SCOTR 

LEVINEJEDE 

LEVINEJOSHUAW ^ 

LEVY,BARBARAA 

LEY.STEVEN R 

LICHTENSTEIN.ERIC C 

LILLY,JENNIFERE 






150 Class of 2001 Graduates 



ClasseyfUDOl Gi^ua^es 



LINCOLN,NADIAH M 
LIPKA,BRIANP 
LITCHFIELD. AMANDA A 
LITTLE.STEVENM 
LIU.JUSTINH 
LOPEZ.ELIZABETH Z 
LOSENGER.CARRIE A 
LOSINNO.MICHAEL V 
LOWELL.LINDSAY L 
LUGO-TORO JOHN R 
LUHOWY.NICHOLAS R 
LUKEY,MELISSAS 
LUKSBERGJOSHUA A 
LUSTIG.MEGHANA 
LYNCH.CHRISTOPHER W 
MACDONALD,KIERSTIN J 
MACEACHERN.TODD D 
MACGILLVRAY.WILLIAM L JR 
MACKOOL.JESSICAA 
MADEY.MARIANKA E 
MAHER.BRENDAN M 
MAIER.PAULA S 
MALPAS,DAVIDJ 
MANDELENAKIS.ELENI 
MANN.MELISSA M 
MANN.NICKJ 
MARKARIAN.STEPHEN M 
MARKEY.GARETH F 
MARKOS.STEVENF 
MARKWELLJASON A 
MAROTTE.SARAHA 
MARTIN.TERIJ 
MARZELLIMICHAEL S 
MASTERSON.SCOTT C 
MATTHAI.RACHEL 
MAXWELL.CHRISTINE M 
MAYBERRYJACOB B 
MCCABE.CHRISTOPHER S 
MCCARTHY.DANIEL P 
MCCARTHY,GARRETT D 
MCCARTHY.RYAN P 
MCCLUSKEY.KRISTY J 
MCCORMICK.MARK G 
MCDARBY.SHANNON M 
MCDONOUGH.STEPHANIE G 
MCFADDEN.SHANNON L 
MCGOWAN,PHILIP M 
MCHUGH.CHRISTOPHER T 
MCHUGH,MICHELLE M 
MCKEON,DANIELLE J 
MCLAUGHLEMJESSIE L 
MCMAHON.SUSAN A 
MCMEEKINGJOHN S 
MCMULLIN.CHRISTOPHER C 
MCNAMARA.D ANIEL J 
MCPADDEN.DANIEL E 
MEDEIROS,MELISSA A 
MELL0,EDWARDJI1I 
MERCADO.AYNEX 
MICKA,KIMBERLYA 
MINER,STEVENK 
MONETTEJOELT 
MONETTE.MARK R 
MONROE.CHRISTINE L 
MONTAGUE,TIMOTHY R 
MOORE,NOELLES 
MOOREHEAD.STACY M 



MORRILL.SCOTTM 

MORRISON.MARC M 

MORROW.JENNIFER L 

MORSEJACOB B 

MOSKALSKLROBERT R 

MOTYKA.MEGANA 

MOUNTFORD.DONALD W m 

MRAZIKJOEL M 

MUI.ANNAY 

MULLIN.LILLL\N P 

MURPHYJOHNJ 

MURPHY.PATRICKA 

MURRA Y.CATHERINE M 

MURRLANTHONYT 

MUTHARIA.ANNW 

MUTRIE.MICHAELC 

MYRICK.MARCUS J 

NABER,FADWAHS 

NAGARAJAN.THEVARAJAN 

NAPOLI.RAHILYA 

NARDUENNIFER ANNE 

NASCIMENTO.PAULO 

NAVARRO.RUHNOL 

NDUNGU,EUNICEW 

NEILSON.CINDIEA 

NEILSON.JILLA 

NENNINGER.TODDR 

NEVINS.LORI M 

NICHOLAS.JOELD 

NICHOLS.STACYJ 

NIWA.MASAKO 

NOBLE,JOHN F 

NOHRDEN. PETER B 

NORD.SUSANNAHE 

NORDMAN,JAREDT 

NOREAU,ALLISONG 

NORTHRUP.MICHAEL R 

NORTON.DYLANC 

NOWAK.MATTHEW A 

NOWICKI.MICHAEL S 

NYZIO.BERNARDJin 

O'CONNELL.KEVIN D 

O'HARE.MALLY M 

O'MALLEY.WELLIAM M 

O'NEILL.BROOKM 

OESTERLING RJSING.KRISTA L 

OLDRID.KENNETH E JR 

OSTROM.ERIC B 

OUCHAKOF.MICHAEL J 

OWUSU-ANSAH,HAROLD 

PADDOCK,JESSICAH 

PADDOCK.SARAHM 

PALIC A.MICHAEL A 

PAPASSO,ARTHURR 

PARK.JIN YOUNG 

PARKER.N ATHANIEL J 

PARKIN.JARRADW 

PASS ANESE.JESSICA L 

PATEL.MAITRIJ 

PAZZANO.CAITLIN M 

PEABODY.DANIELK 

PECK.VALERIEL 

PELOQUIN.JODYL 

PELOSK Y.KEVIN L 

PERKINS.JESSICAL 

PERROTIA.DAVIDJ 

PESARDCALEXANDER D 



PETERS.TIMOTHY M 

PETERSON.SARAK 

PETTIT.BENJAMINP 

PHANEUE.STEPHEN T 

PHILLIPS.MATTHEW A 

PIASCIK.SHERI Z 

PICALOMINO.HERNAN 

PIERANGELI.JASONR 

PIERZ.JOHNJ 

PUANOWSKIJOHN A 

PIROG,KATIET 

PLOTNICK.JACOB N 

POMMETT.MARK A 

PONTBRL\NT JASON P 

POULIN.KEVINM 

PRAJZNER.EDWARD J 

PRECHTL.KEVIN L 

PREZIOSI.DANIELA 

PRODAN.CLAUDIAM 

PROVENZALE.PETER J 

PRUELL.PHILIPM 

PULITZER.LOREN B 

PURI.ASHWIN 

PUTNAM,JONATHAN L 

PUTNAM.MARKL 

QUACH,ANNAW 

QUINN.BRID 

QUlNN,ROISn^ 

QUIRK.DAWNR 

RABANAL.FABIEN 

RACCA.DARRYLA 

RACIOPPI.ALEX 

RAKIEY.SETHA 

RAMAGE.BENJAMIN S 

RAMOS.KEITH 

RAMOS.RAFAELJR 

RAMSEY.GREGORY A 

RAPOSA.THOMAS A 

RAPOSO.KEVTN 

REDDICK.REBECCA A 

REGO JENNIFER A 

REISIG.KURT BRADFORD 

RENDON,ELIZABETH 

REOPELL.BRETTA 

REX.CAITLIN M 

RICHARD.ANGELAM 

RICHARD.MARK E 

RICHARD.TODDA 

RICHARDS.PAULSm 

RICHARDSON.SHANDRA B 

RICHER,JASON M 

RICHTER.GREGORY L 

RILEY.BRYAN M 

RIVARD.STEVENM 

RIVEST.MATIHEWJ 

ROARK.ERIN S 

ROBACK.KATHARINE 

ROBERTS.GARY M 

ROBINSON.BETHA 

ROBrNSON,JASONS 

ROCHELO.CRYSTAL A 

ROESCH.BENJ AMIN W 

ROUTHIER.MATIHEW R 

ROWAN.JEREMIAH N 

RUBIN.AMYJ 

RUBIN.BENJAMINS 

RUDD.JUSTIND 



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RUFE,NICHOLAS A 

RUGGERI.ANGELAT 

RUSSO.SUSANJ 

RyBICKI,NEILA 

SABINA.MICHAELJ 

SAKAGUCHI.MIDORI 

SALOMONSJONATHAN W 

SALTER,DAVIDR 

SALVAGE.SUSANE 

SAMUEL.MIKAL 

SARA VARA.TAMMY J 

SATER.KHALILP 

SATO.WAKAKO 

SAULEN.MARTINJ 

SAWYER,ARON C 

SCHAEFER.DANBEL R 

SCHERER,KEVIN M 

SCHIMMEL,JESSICA A 

SCHIRMUHLY,KAREN E 

SCHMUHL.SUZANNE K 

SCHNITZERJAMIEI 

SCHONVISKY.JENNIFER A 

SCHULTZ.MARKJ 

SCOTT.KATEM 

SCULLY.SEANT 

SEALSJEFFREY S 

SEGILLJAMffiA 

SEGOOL.BRIAN E 

SENA.MARKP 

SE YMOUR.RANDY M 

SHANN.DEREKT 

SHAWJOHNA 

SHAW.KENEER 

SHEA,MARLENER 

SHIELDS,ADR1ENNE G 

SHIIYA.WATARU 

SHMULSKY.DYLAN A 

SILVA.GEORGES 

SILVA.RYAND 

SILVIA.SARAJANE 

SIMS.NATHANJ 

SINNOTT.MYRA M 

SIRACO.DENISE 

SKEFFINGTON.SHAUN R 

SKIBISKI.ELIZABETH P 

SMITH.CORYL 

SMTTH.FERN A 

SMITH JEFFREY J 

SMITH,JESS1CAA 

SMrrH.NICOLEL 

SMTTH.SHANES 

SMITH.W ALTER F 

SNYDER,AMY M 

SNYDER.CHRISTOPHER D 

SOCHA.TIMOTHYA 

SOULIA,DEANC 

SOUSA,MICHAELW ' 

SOUSA,SHARONE 

STCLAIRJOHND IH 

STABILE,TIMOTHY A 

STALLrNGS,AIMEE B 

STALTERS,ANTHONY J 



STARK.SCOTTB 
STEINBACK.CHARLES S 
STENNETT.DIONNE 
STERN.ERIC 

STEVENSON.DANIELLE M 
STEWART,BENRAYMOND G 
STEWART.NATHAN D 
STIMSON,DANIELN 
STOLGITIS.DANEK 
STOLTZ.MELISSA B 
STONE.CHRISTOPHER D 
STONE.REBECCAA 
STRACHAN,ELISEV 
STREETER.COLBY R 
STRONACH.RACHEL L 
STRZEGOWSKI.SHARON 
STLIRDEVANT.THOMAS G 
STLFRTEVANT.EDWARD F 
SULARZALLENT 
SLILLIVAN.ERICJ 
SULLI VAN.MICHAEL P 
SULLIVAN.ROBERTM 
SULLIVAN.SEANP 
SUTTON.KAM] A 
SWEENEY JONATHAN P 
SWIFT.MELISSAN 
SWINIMER.CRAIG R 
SYKES,JENNIFERL 
SZRETTER.KRISTYJ 
SZYMCZYK.STEPHEN J 
TANG.MISAT 
TAPPER JENNIFER A 
TATRO.CHRISTOPHER M 
TAYLOR,RACHEL N 
TEILBORG JESSICA E 
TEIXEIRA.MARCUS C 
TERPSTRA.TODD 
THIBODEAU JEFFREY S 
THOMPSON.MARNI B 
THOMPSON,THEAD 
THOMPSON.TRAVIS R 
THORSTEINSDOTTIR. S VAVA 
TIBBETTS.CHRISTOPHER J 
TIDD.ADAM BENJAMIN 
TIEDE.DOUGLAS R 
TILLOTSON,SHARON J 
TODDJONATHANP 
TOMOGUCHI.DEBORAH C 
TORBIN JENNIFER Y 
TRAVIS.LISAM 
TREDO,ADAMJ 
TREMBLA Y.STEPHANIE A 
TRINQUEJOELA 
TUCKER,ZOWIEL 
TUPA,PAULA 
TURNERJASONH 
TURNER JEFFERYG 
TUTTLE.DERYCK R 
UBELE,SCOTT M 
LIMINAADAMA 
VALENTINE,KARLA H 
VALLEY.HEATHER A 
VALLONE,LISAM 



VANDER PLOEG JULIE A 

VANDERW ALL JONATHAN R 

VARELA,WrLLL\M F 

VASECKA.DAVID 

VAUTOUR.MARKK 

VELILLA.MELISSAZ 

VENNE.KATHERINE N 

VIGOR.REBECCA S 

VIGUE.RYANJ 

VILLATA,KATIEB 

VITELLO.GLENNAL 

WAGNER.NICOLEM 

WAINWRIGHT.TARA L 

W ALLACE.AMANDA H 

WALLAR.LAURAS 

WALLIS,KRIS D 

WARD.ERINS 

WARD.HAROLDS 

WARDWELURYANF 

WATROB A JAIMEE L 

WATSON.KRIS E 

WATTS.DANIELW 

WEEKS,EMILY S 

WEIN JORDAN M 

WEINBERG.MARISSA B 

WENDOLOWSKI.AIMEE M 

WEST.ALISON S 

WEST JAMES M 

WEYMOUTH.ELIZABETH A 

WHITEJUSTIN R 

WHITEHILL JOHN A IV 

WHmNG.LISAN 

WHOLEY.MARTHAJ 

WICKENS JUSTIN M 

WIESEL.ZACHARY S 

WIGGINS.LESLIER 

WILKINSON,LEEAK 

WILLIAMS.KENNETH S IV 

WILLIS.LAURAC 

WILSON.MEGANE 

WINTERBOTTOM.MISKA K 

WITTBOLD,WILLIAM M m 

WONG.DANIEL 

WRIGHT,LLOYDA 

WROBLEWSKI.WENDY A 

WYMAN.CORESfNE L 

WYNN.STEPHENA 

YAGLMASATERU 

YANPAULAW 

YANGJOHN 

YANG.YVONNE 

YELL,JENNIFERL 

YODER,STEVENA 

YOUNG,BRUCEWJR 

YOUNG JACQUELINE C 

YOUNG JEFFREY B 

ZARIF.MICHELLE L 

ZOPPAJACLYNL 

ZORA JENNIFER M 

ZUFFANTI.VALARIE N 



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College of At^s Sc Sa&ices. 



ABBOTT WASHBURN JUSTIN C 

ABBOTT,RACHELA 

ABELSON.LUNDENE 

ABRAMS.PAULA 

ABRAMS.REBECCA R 

ABREU.MARCELINA L 

ABRUZZISE.NICHOLE R 

ACKLEY.BROOKEA 

ACOSTA.ALVAROA 

ACOSTA,MIENRADO A 

ADAMS.EMILYM 

ADAMS.KERRI A 

ADELBERGXIZAA 

ADKINS.SARAHE 

AGUIAR,MARCOS 

AHERN.LESLEJ 
, AIELLO.PHOENDCA 

AINSWORTH.REBEKAH LEA 

AISIKU.IMIEBIHORO V 

AKERS.JAMESON D 

AKINBULI,OLUTOYIN O 

ALACHOYAN.JOSEPH M 

ALBERT.DANIELJJR 

ALDRICH.BRIANJ 

ALDRICH.MICHAEL R 

ALLARD.KATHRYN M 

ALLEGRCANDREW L 

ALLEN.FLETCHERJ 
: ALLEN.JACQUELINEH 
; ALLEN.STEPHANffiM 

ALLEN.TANYAP 

ALLOCCO,JESSICA A 

ALMEIDA,; AMES P 
I ALPHEN.MELISSAJ 
J ALPOGAN£SIN 
\ ALVAREZ.CARLOS A 

ALVES,CRISTINA D 

ALVES.LINDA M 

AMBROSE.JEFFREYJ 

AMIN.SHAUNAKC 
' AMORDVUORGEM 

AMY-CORDERO.DENISE Y 

AN.DAVIDH 

ANABLE.ZACHARY D 

ANANDA.ISHAELM 
' ANDERSON ANNA K 
■ ANDERSON,CHRISTOPHERJ 

ANDERSON,COURTNEY L 

ANDERSON.HOLIDAY 

ANDERSON.JENNIFER S 

ANDERSON.VICTORL\ O 

ANDREOLLLISAM 
. ANDREWS.APRILP 

ANDREWS.KERRIL 

ANDREWS,MATTHEW M 

ANDREWS.SETHJ 

ANESTIS.KERIG 

ANTONELLLHEATHER L 

ANZALONE.JENIFER 

AP0STOL.MARINAS 

APOTHEKER.WILLIAM D 

APPELBAUM.ALLISON L 

ARAUJO,ERIN L 

ARAUJO.JAMIEL 

ARAUJO.TARAJ 

ARCESE,LORIA 



ARCHAMB AULTJOHN P 

ARMENT.CHRISTINE M 

ARMSTRONG.THOMAS S 

AROBO.SUMONUE 

ARONSON.MARAR 

ARRASTIA.NAEEMA C 

ARSENAULT.CHRISTOPHER E 

ARSENAULT,GEORGE R 

ARSENAULTJAMES N 

ARTALE.DANIELS 

ASIKIS,NIKOLASD 

ASTION.MICAC 

ATHERLEY,ZANDRINA D 

ATI,SHALIN1 

AU.MINHT 

AUBIN.STEPHANIE V 

AUGER.NICOLEL 

AVANT.ALICIAL 

AVASALU.ERIKJ 

AVERY.KENNETHB 

AVERY.STACIEJ 

AVILES.CRISTINAB 

AWASH,BEN 

AYI.BAMIKOLER 

AYLWARD.STEVEN L 

AZZOLINO.NICOLEA 

BABCHUCK.DAN S 

B ABCOCK.DOUGLAS T 

BABCOCK.RACHEL D 

BACHMAN.JAMES H 

BAGSHAW.GEOFFREY M 

BAILEY,KEITH E 

BAILEY. VIRGINIA E 

BAKSHI.EDWARDL 

B ALDUCCI.KATHLEEN S 

BAUIAN.NISHANV 

BALTZ,BRL\N J 

BAMFORD.DAVIDA 

BAN.MICHAEL 

BANCHIK.SANDRA I 

BANGTSON.CHRISTL\NT 

B ANKSTON.ALICL\ L 

BAPTISTE.MICOLEL 

BARBADORO,AMELIA 

BARBEAU.RYAN M 

B ARBOS A.PAULO M 

BARDON.KEVIN M 

BARIL.NASHIRAC 

BARIL.ROBERTT 

BARNES.AIMEEL 

BARNES.CHRISTOPHER W 

BARNES.GEORGIA R 

BARNES.KELLYA 

BARNES.MARJORIE F 

BARNICLE.KEITHP 

BARR.JARET R 

BARRETT.DANIELJ 

BARRETT.DAVIDEJR 

BARRETT.ERIN K 

B ARRETT.JEREMIAH J 

B ARRETT.RACHEL F 

BARROS.PAULR 

BARRY.SHANNON 

BARRY.WESLEY R 

BARS AMIAN.MELISSA D 

BARTLETT.BROOKE A 



BARTLETT.SARAA 

BASQUE.ALANM 

BASSETT.NICOLEL 

BATISTELLI.TARAA 

BATTEN.ALEXANDER R 

BATTISTIM.TINA 

B AUGHMAN.REBECCA L 

B AUMGARDNER.KATHRYN C 

BAUMGARTNER.ERIN M 

BAXT.BRETTS 

B AZINET.LINDSEY M 

BEANDO,JESSICAM 

BEARON,JILLM 

BEATTY,BRL\NNEB 

BEAULIEU.PAULA 

BECKER,JOHN P 

BECKER.JOSHUAA 

BECKMANN.CHRISTINA A 

BEDARD.DANIELLE C 

BEDFORD.GORDON D 

BEDOYA.CARLOS M 

BEISHEIM.CHRISTINE M 

BEITH.KATHLEEN S 

BELK.ALANAR 

BELL.AUDREY D 

BELLA VANCE.MICHELLE L 

BELMARSH.JARED S 

BELTRE.WILLL\M 

BENCrVENGA.AMY 

BENDITSKY.ADAMM 

BENEDICT.KERRY M 

BENHARRIS.RYANL 

BENNETT.NAOMIP 

BENOIT,DENNIS M 

BENOIT,JANETM 

BENT.BRUCE M 

BERCURY.JEFFREYE 

BERCY.ALAN C 

BERGEN.CHANIM 

BERGEN.TIMOTHYG 

BERGEN,ZACHARYF 

BERGER.WILDER 

BERGERON.ETHAN D 

BERGERON.MANDY E 

BERGMAN.KIRSTEN J 

BERMUDEZ.MELISSA M 

BERNABEI.SARAHF 

BERNE.COURTNEYE 

BERNS.ERICJ 

BERTOCCI.BENJAMIN B 

BEVERIDGEJOSEPH A 

BHAGAT.MADHURI N 

BHOWMIK.KIRAND 

BIANCOSINO.GABRIELE L 

BIELBY.JENIFERS 

BUJANI.DANNYE 

BILODEAU.PAULH 

BILOTrA.DAVIDL 

BINDER.RICHARDK 

BINJOUR,JEANLJR 

BINNALL.ERIKAR 

BIRCH.MEGHANM 

BIROS.JEFFREYT 

BISHOP.CHRISTOPHER A 

BISSONNETTE.SARA B 

BISWAS,REBECCA 



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BIZZOZEROJAIMEE E 

BJORN.ERIKP 

BLACK,ROBINJ 

BLACKMORE.GAVIN M 

BLAIZE, VALERIE A 

BL ANCHARD.HANNAH L 

BLANCO.OLIVIA 

BLIVAISS.AMANDAR 

BLIVEN.MEGANK 

BLOOM,MICHAELS 

BLOUIN.SARAHA 

BLUESTEINJAIME M 

BOBROWSKI.THOMAS J 

BOCCANELLIADRIANO 

BOHAKER.ERICA K 

BOISVERTJOSHUAR 

BOIVIN.CHRISTOPHER D 

BOLDEN.SALIDP 

BOMBARDIER.CHRISTOPHER M 

BOMBART.RACPffiLS 

BONARRIGO.HEATHER D 

BONE.MEGHAN M 

BONGETTEJOSEPH M 

BOOTH.PETERJ 

BORELLI.FRANCIS N 

BOROFEJOSHUAD 

BOS ANQUET.BENJ AMIN T 

BOSMAN JAMES A 

BOSS.EUGENEJ 

BOUCHER.MARIA C 

BOUILLON.NICOLAS J 

BOULDIN.AMYA 

BOULET.JEEEREY S 

BOULUKOS.EMMANUEL V 

BOURASSA.MATHIEU J 

BOURDON,MCOLEL 

BOUTILIER.DA VID A JR 

BOWDREN.JACLYN M 

BOWEN.GLENNICEN 

BOWLEY.LAURAA 

BOWMAN,EDWARD K 

BRACH.ALLISONL 

BRACH.MATTHEWJ 

BRAGG.VICTORIAD 

BRAIDMAN.JONB 

BRAMAN.KATHERINE C 

BRANDFONBRENER.RESA 

BRAUNE.HANNAH D 

BRAY,DANIELC 

BREDEMEIER.ELLEN R 

BREITMANJAMIEL 

BRENN AN JUSTINE K 

BRENNAN.KERRYB 

BRENNAN.TARA A 

BRETON.TRACY A 

BREY,DENISER 

BRIGGS.ADAMM 

BRIGGS.JEFEREY S 

BRIGHTLY.YURIR 

BRINKMAN,DANNY G 

BRITT.LAURA A 

BROBERG,CRAIGVJR 

BRODD.SARAHJ 

BROGGI,ANDREAP 

BROMBERG,REBECCA 

BROOKLEY,S ANDRA E 

BROOKS,DINAL 



BROSNAN,CAITLIN R 

BROUSSEAU.SAGEL 

BROWN,ADAMS 

BROWN.IRVINGS 

BRO WN JOSEPH F 

BROWN.KRISTINEM 

BROWN.SUDROII 

BROWN.WENDYD 

BROWNE.ERICAJ 

BRUNELLI.DAVIDS 

BRUNETTE.TJ 

BUCCARI.CHRISTOPHER M 

BUCHALTER,DAVID S 

BUCHELE-WENNER.TOM L 

BUCK.MIRANDAJ 

BUCKLEY FORTIN JACOB 

BUCKLEY.PAULD 

BUDGAZAD.CHANA 

BUEHRLE.KJMBERLY J 

BUICE.SUSAN E 

BUJOSA.OMARA 

BLINNELL.BENJAMIN F 

BUNNELL.SARAH L 

BUONAROS A,LAURIE J 

BURB ANK.ELIZABETH M 

BURDICK.STACEYE 

BURGOS.WENDY 

BURK.STEPHANIEA 

BURKE.MATTHEWC 

BURKE,NICHOLAS P 

BURNHAM.KELLYC 

BURNS.ANDREWJ 

BURNS.CHRISTINAA 

BURNS JAMES N 

BURNS JONATHAN T 

BURNS.KEVIN M 

BURNS.MARYC 

BURR.WILLIAMT 

BURROUGHS.ANNM 

BLIRTCHELL.HANNAH 

BURTCHELL.MICHELLE L 

BUSA.MELANIEL 

BUSH.GEOFFREY V 

BUSWELL.AMYJ 

BUTTONOW JEFFREY A 

BUYNICKI.JENNIFER A 

CABRALJOYCE S 

CABRAL.KATIE 

CADY,BRIAN 

CADY.LAYLAM 

CAFFREY.ERIN A 

CAHILL,ABIGAILJ 

CALL.BRYANG 

CALLAHAN.KEITH D 

CALO.MERLIN J 

CAMERON.HEATHER A 

CAMPAGNONI.LISA M 

CAMPBELL,EVANN 

CAMPBELL.STEPHEN C 

CAMPOLETTANO.CHRISTOPHER C 

CAPANOJESSICAA 

CAPODILUPO.GINA M 

CAPOGNA.STEPHEN M 

CAPONIGRO.SEAN M 

CAPPELLI.ANDREW C 

CAPRICE.MAURICE J JR 

CAPWELL.MICHAEL S 



CARAFIELLO,MICHELLE A 
CARDONA.LEEW 
CARDOOS.MIRL\M 
CAREY.CHRISTOPHER J 
CAREY.DAVIDJ 
CAREY,NATHANIEL S 
CARIELLO,PETER B 
CARLE.JUSTINT 
CARLSON.BROOKK 
CARNEY.CHRISTINE C 
CARON.STEPHENIJR 
CARR.BETHANY 
CARR.PAULD 
CARR.WILLIAM M 
CARRASQUILLO.PETER J 
CARREIRA.ERIC J 
CARRICO.IAN S 
CARRIER.JESSICAL 
CARROLL.LYNNM 
CARROLL.MATTHEW P 
CARROLL.SHANNON E 
CARTER.GABRIEL S 
CARTER.THOMAS E 
CARVALHO.BRIAN R 
CASILLO.RYAN F 
CASKEY.BAILEY DYANN 
CASTINO.MATTHEW E 
CASTLEBERRY.ELLEN B 
CASTRICONE,RACHEL L 
CASTRO.OTILIA M 
CASWELL-MACKEY.MERLYN 
CATANZARITE.GL\ Z 
CAUCHON.LORRIEJ 
CAULFIELD.STEVEN P 
CAVANAUGH, ANDREW G 
CAVANAUGH,MATTHEW D 
CECI.DANA M 
CELANI JUSTIN M 
CELIO.MARKA 
CENTRELLI.KRISTY D 
CERASE.KATHERINE 
CETOUTE.MARIEG 
CHABINSKY JORDAN S 
CHACE.ELIZABETHA 
CHAMBERLAND,ARTHUR W 
CHAMPAGNE.KELLY A 
CHAMPIGNY.CRAIG R 
CHAMPON.EDITHJ 
CHAMPOUX.TESS A 
CHAN JEFFREY L 
CHAN.KENNY Y 
CHAN.KWOKF 
CHAN.LILY 
CHAN.PHILLIP 
CHAN.WINSTON 
CHANDER.ASHA 
CHANDLER.SUSANC 
CHANDONNET.ALAN P 
CHANEN.KATHLEEN M 
CHANG.EDWARDH 
CHAPDELAINE,ERIC J 
CHAREST.DORENE M 
CHARTIER.ERICP 
CHARTRAND,CHRIS C 
CHASE.PAULA 
CHASE.SHARONG 
CHEKOSJAMESJ 



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CHELOTTI.DANIELJ 

CHEN.LI 

CHENG.WAIYIN 

CHERNOVETZ.MATTHEW R 

CHESNES JESSICA C 

CHEUNG.DEBBY 

CHIACHIO, ANDREA J 

CHlAPPETrA.KATHRYN 

CHIDI.GEORGEA 

CHIERICI.MONICAR 

CHIN.CHRISTINEK 

CHIRWA.TITANIP 

CHO.ABRAHAMT 

CHOE.CHANGH 

CHOE, YOUNG MI 

CHOIJONGK 

CHOPRA,PRERNA 

CHOU.PEYTONY 

CHRISTLE.STEVEN W 

CHU.JACKY CHEUK KEI 

CHU.LIP 

CHUNG.KWANG GUEN 

CHUNG.MATTHEW F 

CHUNG,NELLIE 

CHUNG.YOUNG-AH 

CHUNGLO.NANCYJ 

CI.WEIYAN 

CICHONSKI,ROBERT M 

CINCOTTA.CRAIG A 

CINELLI.MARYANN 

CIOCCA.KARAA 

CLAPPJODYA 

CLARE.STEPHEND 

CLARK.GARRETTM 

CLARKXORENC 

CLARK.TODDL 

CLARKE.JOSHUA M 

CLEAJIY.NORAHE 

CLEMENTS , ERIN R 

CLINES,STEVEN A 

CLINTON.DOUGLAS B 

COATES.NATHANC 

COBURN.CHRISTOPHER W 

COCHRAN.JEREMY S 

CODNER,TRISTAN B 

CODY.WINN B 

COHEN.ALISSAB 

COHEN.CLAIRET 

COHEN.DAVIDY 

COHEN,LISAM 

COHEN.RACHELS 

COLBYCLAY.SARAJ 

COLEJAMIE L 

COLEMAN.AMY M 

COLER-THAYER.MATTHEW L 

COLETSOS.JAMES J 

COLLARD.JASON L 

COLLER,ANDREA M 

COLLINCBRENDAN P 

COLLINS.GREGORY P 

COLLINS.MARTIN F 

COLLEMS.MICHAELT 

COLLUPY.GARY E 

COMEAU.ANDREAJ 

COMISH,CHRISTOPHER J 

CONCEPCIONJUANC 

C0NCES-MORROW,AMY T 



CONERY.ROBERTJR 
CONGDON.LINDSAY A 
CONLAN.MICHAELA 
CONLEY JENNY R 
CONLON.BRANDON M 
CONLON.DANIELW 
CONLON,EIBHLIN M 
CONLON.SEANJ 
CONNOLLY,COLLEEN M 
CONNOLLY.RYAN M 
CONNOR.DALEP 
CONNORS.KRISTIN L 
CONNORS.SHARON E 
CONOPKA,STEPHEN T 
CONSOLATICRISTINA M 
CONTI.RACHELB 
CON VERS ANO,FRANK B 
CONWAY.ALICIAB 
CONWAY JAMES J 
COOKJENNIFER L 
COOK,MICHAELA 
COOKE.BRITTONE 
COOLEY.MICHAELN 
COOPER.MICHELLEC 
COPPELLOTTI.CARRIE A 
CORBETTJILL M 
CORBETT.KELLY M 
CORDUCK,BENJ AMIN I 
CORNER.KATHERINE M 
CORNISH.AUDIEN 
CORNWALL JESSICA L 
CORN WELL,SARAH J 
CORREA BENABE.MITCHELLE I 
CORRETJER.PEDROJ 
CORTES,BRYANTO 
COSBY.SHENITAA 
COSQUETE.LILIANA A 
COSTA.ROSSANOM 
COTTRILLJEREMY B 
COUDRIET.ASHLEYJ 
COUGHLIN,COLLEEN 
COURCHESNE.CHRISTOPHE G 
COURT.ANDREAL 
COURTEMANCHE.ABBIE L 
COUTURE JENNIFER J 
COVEL.ANDREAJ 
COYNE.CHRISTOPHER M 
CO YNER.KATHERINE J 
CRAIG JENNIFER M 
CRAMER.MELISSAA 
CRANE,TANSY H 
CRAVER.BRYCE P 
CRENSHAWTAMERA A 
CRETERTIM 
CREUTZMANN JASON A 
CRISOSTOMO.AZGAD A 
CROMMETT.DENNIS F 
CRONIN JESSICA R 
CROSS.ROBYNAM 
CROTEAU.SARAC 
CROWLEY JAMES M 
CRUZ.GERALDC 
CRUZ.RONALDJm 
CRYSTAL.RYAN G 
CULLEN.KEVIN W 
CUMM1NGS,ASHLEIGH E 
CUNNINGHAM.GEOFFREY A 



CUPID,BREWSTERC 

CUPIDON,EUNICE 

CURLEY.DAVIDP 

CURRAN.LAURA D 

CURRIE,MELISSA K 

CURRIER.SARA 

CURRY JOSHUA E 

CURTIS.SARA B 

CUSIMANOAMANDA S 

D" ALELIO.OTTAVIA D 

D'INTRONO.ANTONIETA C 

DA CRUZ,ELIZABETH 

DA VEIGA.PERICLES J 

DAGAN,ARI NISSAN 

DAHLSTROM.ANIRA O 

DAHOWSKI.LAURA B 

DALEY.SUSANNEC 

DANFORTH.ELIZABETH W 

DANN.ALISONI 

DARCY.KARAP 

DAROSA.KEVIN 

DATTOLLMICHAELF 

DAUPHIN.TRACEYM 

DAVIS,AMBER K 

DAVIS,ELLENB 

DAVIS JOELS 

DAVIS,KATHRYNP 

DAVIS.KRISTINM 

DAVOL.ROBERTH 

DAY,MELISSAA 

DECARLO.TRACYA 

DEADY.ERIKAL 

DEANTUAN I 

DEB ASTIANLRANDY A 

DECARLO.TRISHA 

DECHAMBEAU,JENNIFER T 

DECORPO.MATTHEW P 

DECOURCEYJOANN 

DECOURCEY.PAULA 

DEER STANDUP.SANDRA 

DEERY JEFFREY J 

DEFOREST.JENN1EL 

DEFORGE.COLIN M 

DEFORT,TRACIEL 

DEFUSCO.STEPHEN R 

DEIBLER.MICHAELE 

DEL MONICO.LOUIS D 

DELAOZ,MONIQUE 

DELEON,SENGSOUVANNY 

DELHAGEN,TIMOTHY A 

DELLJESSICA N 

DELL,KEVIN M 

DELOACH.SARAR 

DEMATTEO.CARLJ 

DEMBRO.MATTHEW J 

DEMBROSKI.HEATHER S 

DEMERCHANT.CRISTYN L 

DEMERS.DANIELL 

DENICOLA.REBECCA E 

DENNIS,KEISHAT 

DENNY.EKENDRA 

DENONCOURT J ANINE M 

DEPINA.NANCY 

DEPRIZIOALLISON 

DERDIARIAN.CHARLES C 

DERRIG.DEBORAHL 

DES COGNETS,NICHOLAS 



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DESAI,ZARNAM 

DESALVOJRJOHNE 

DESANCTIS,DANIELLE C 

DESANTIS,EMILY K 

DESISTCAMANDA A 

DESMARAIS.PETER M 

DESMOND,HARMONY A 

DETMER.EUGENEJrV 

DEVINO.DANYELLE J 

DEWAR,KATHERINE E 

DIANTONIO,MARKE 

DIANTONIO.MATTHEW S 

D1AZ.JOSEPHR 

D1BIASI0.JAS0NA 

DICAPRIOJASOND 

DICKERJOHNR 

DICKSON,GLENNWffl 

DIEMANDJENNIFER A 

DIGIROLAMO.MATTHEW E 

DILEO,NICOLE M 

DIMAURO,MARYAM P 

DINICOLA.KIRSTEN M 

DINISCO,MATTHEWJ 

DINN.CHRISTIANJ 

DINNING.JOHN B m 

DINSKY .ANDREWS 

DIONNE,ALYSSAM 

DIONNE.MICHELLEC 

DIPESA,LINDSAYN 

DIRTHJOSHUAE 

DISTEFANO.JENNIFER L 

DI VITO,RAFFAELE JR 

DIXON.CHRISTOPHER W 

DOSOUTO.MARIAJ 

DOBKIN.MATTHEW W 

DOB YNS,EMERY W 

DOHERTY.RYANF 

DOLAN.APRILA 

DOMEYKO.TERESAE 

DOMIMQUE.DEMOSTHENES 

DONATO.KARLAM 

DONLEY.KELLEYL 

DONOGHUE,KEVINJ 

DONOHUE.LAUREN M 

DONOHUE,LILLYL 

DONOVAN.WILLIAM E in 

DOOLING.SARAHS 

DOOLITTLE.SIMONT 

DORIA.JACKELINE 

DORIS.STEPHENM 

DORMADY.CAROL N 

DORSETT.ERICA K 

DORSEY.DANIKA M 

DOS SANTOS.ANDRE A 

DOSTER,JEREMY S 

DOUCETTE.DANIELLE L 

DOUGHERTYJENNIFER E 

DOUGHERTY.MEAGHAN M 

DOUGHTY,DANIEL L 

DOWNER- WILCHER.AY ANNA N 

DOWNES,ANfDREAL 

DOWNEY,BRIANP 

DOWNING.NICOLE A 

DOWNING,SARAHE 

DOWNS,SHAWNR 

DOYLE, JULIE K 

DOYLE,KRISTINEE 



DOYLE,SHANNON B 

DOYON,ASHAVAN W 

DRAGON.DIANAS 

DREES,EMILY C 

DRINKWATER.DEBORAH A 

DRIVER,ANNL 

DRIVER.LEANNEE 

DRURY.CORTNEYL 

DUAH,MARYP 

DUBE,TROY E 

DUBINCHIK,MAR1NA 

DUBOFSKY.CHANEL i 

DUCEYJESSICAA 

DUCKETT.ERIC H 

DUFFY.MELISSAA 

DUFFY.SEANL 

DUFFY.WARREN P 

DUFL1.KOBINAN 

DUGGAN,ALISONM 

DUHAMEL.NICOLED 

DUHART,KELLYJ 

DUKETTE.GARYA 

DUNN.AMITYJ 

DUNN.BRANDID 

DLINN.STACYA 

DUNPHY.AARONL, 

DUNTON.SARAH TILLETT 

DUPLESSY.THOMAS 

DUPONT,MATTHEW P 

DUPREY.ANNAM 

DURAN.MELISSAS 

DURAND.NICOLEA 

DURGIN,JENNIEERE 

DL1RYEA.IAN 

DYKES,ASHLEY E 

DYNOK.SARAA 

DYNOK.TARYNL 

EAGLE,JEREMYJ 

EARLY,DWAYNEA 

EAST.RENEE B 

EASTWICK.DAVIDK 

EATONJONATHON E 

EBERLYJACOB S 

EBSWORTH.GLORIED M 

EDELSTEIN,JULIEC 

EDELSTEIN,MEAGHAN S 

EDWARDS,ZACHARY A 

EGAN.NICOLEE 

EGMONT.ARICD 

EID.DAHLIAA 

EISENHAURE.THOMAS M 

EISNER.WILLIAMA 

ELDER.ROBERTT 

ELIA.SANDRAG 

ELLIS,MICHAEL F 

ELLIS.VALERIEA 

ELTRINGHAMJAMES M 

EMERY.CHRISTOPHER M 

EMER Y.GEOFF B 

ENDO,KANAE 

ENGE.KARI E 

ENGLAND.MICHAELJ 

ENGLISH.KIMBERLY K 

ENOS.SUSANNER 

ERCKJESSICA A 

ESPOSITO.DANAC 

ESPOSITO.MICHAEL C 



ESTABROOK.EDWARD G 

ESTREMERA.ERIC L 

ETHIER.CHRISTOPHER M 

EUGENE.HANSYJ 

EUSEBIO.MARKF 

EVANGELISTA,ANGELA L 

EVANS.DWAYNEM 

EVANS.MEAGHANT 

EVANS.RYANR 

EVANS.THOMAS D 

EVEN.RONA 

FABIAN.MARTINA B 

FACTO.KEVINW 

FACTOR.BRIAN R 

FADJO.ADRIENNEC 

FAGAN.CIRCEO 

FA1TH.ANTHONYL 

FALLON,LINDSAYJ 

FALLON.TIMOTHYP 

FAN.TIND 

FANDEL.KIMBERLY T 

FARIAS.BILLY 

FARLEY.PETER M 

FARRAR.PATRICIAL 

FARRELL.MARK P 

FARRICKER.ABBY M 

FA VAZZA.DEANNA G 

FAY,MARIA L 

FAZIO, ANTONIO G 

FEINBERG.LISAJ 

FELDMAN,ADAM M 

FELDMAN.MICHELLE W 

FELICIANO, ADRIAN J 

FERGUSON,AMANDA E 

FERN ANDES,BENVINDA A 

FERNANDES.TINA M 

FERRANTFMICHAEL A 

FERRARLANNETTE T 

FERRIS.BRIANT 

FESSENDEN,FREDERICK J IV 

FIEDLER,JOSHUAM 

FTFE.REGINAM 

nGUEROA-RODRIGUEZ,THARSIS M 

FILEP,NICOLEJ 

FIN AN,CHRISTOPHER R 

FINKEL,SARAH 

nNN.MATTHEWJ 

FINN,THOiyiASJ 

FINNEGAN,MICHAEL S 

nORE,DAVlDM 

FIORE,MELISSAA 

FISHBONE,COURTNEY J 

FITCH,JOSHUA P 

FITZELLE,ANNES 

nTZGERALD,BRENNAN C 

HTZGERALD.SIONNON L 

FITZGIBBONS,JAMIE S 

FITZMAURICE,MICHAEL D 

nUMARA,JOHNJ 

FLAHERTY,SH AWN A 

FLECK.RAYMONDA 

FLEET.MELANIEK 

FLEISCHMANN.REBECCA S 

FLEMING-MURPHY,PATRICIA 

FLEMING,BRANDON J 

FLOREK,AMANDAA 

FLYNN,JONATHAN H 



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CJassofZOOl &tnd(/a^es 



FLYNNJ^YANK 

FOGARTY.GRACEE 

FOHLIN.JENNIFERL 

FOLEY.ANNEMARIE 

FOLEY.GERALDM 

FOLEY.MARGARET V 

FOLEY.MICHAELP 

FONTAINE.NICOLED 

FONTES.TANYAM 

FORFA.ERIN R 

FORSBERG JOHN E 

FOSTER.KAREN D 

FOUNTMNASHLEY E 

FOWLER.DEVON B 

FRAHER,MICHAELJ 

FRANCIS.ANDREWB 

FRANCOIS.BASIL 

FRANE.KEVIND 

FRANGIE.MARYT 

FRANK.JENNIFER S 

FRANKE.BRIAND 

FRANS.REBECCA K 

FRASCELLA.MATTHEW R 

FRAZIER.JENNIFER A 

FRECHETTE.JENNIFER D 

FREDEN.ALYSSA B 

FREDERICKSON.RACHEL A 

FREDETTE.MELISSA A 

FREEDMAN.ALYSES 

FREEMAN.AARON G 

FREEMAN,M]CHAEL F 

FRErrAS,NILTON 

FRENCH.CECIL B 

FREYLKHMAN.DAVID 

FRJEDLEJOHANNAM 

FROIMOWITZ.MICHAEL P 

FRUNKER,YULIYA 

FRUTUOSO.MELINDA 

FUKUDA.EMI 

FULTON.FLORENCE C 

FUNK.FRANCIEM 

FUNK JOSHUA H 

FUSCO.CARLA 

GABRIEL.AJA 

GAGE,BRUCEA 

GAGNE,BARRYR 

GAIERO.SHAWNM 

GALASKA.DAV1DR 

GALLAGHER.EMILY R 

GALLAGHER.KELLY A 

GALVANI.UCY 

GALVIN.JULEL 

GAMACHE.DAVIDA 

GAMACHE.HEATHER M 

GAMACHE.KEVINM 

GANESAN.ARVTNR 

GARAND,ADAMC 

GARCEAU.CYNTHIA A 

GARCIA,JENN1FERT 

GARELICK.MICHAEL G 

GARVINPATRICKD 

GARWOOD. ANNE L 

GARZA,LUIS O 

GASnCALEXANDER B 

GAUTHIER,ADRIENNE J 

GAVIN.JEREMYJ 

GEARY,CHRISTINA S 



GELBURD KIMLER,ALEXIS 

GENDREAU.MARKJ 

GENECE.GISEBERTE E 

GENECZKO.STACEY L 

GENTILE.KEVIND 

GEORGES.MARIA 

GERDING.AARONP 

GERLIP.ALLISONC 

GERMAIN.MICHALE 

GERZON.NINA 

GESER.ELYSEP 

GESTONE.ERICAL 

GESUSE,MCOLEH 

GIAMBRONE,ANDREW L 

GIBBS.KENNETHNm 

GIFFORD.BRIANJ 

GIGLIO.MICHAELA 

GIKONYO.JULIETW 

GILBERT.KANTATARIJO J 

GILBERT.MIRIAM F 

GILES.DEVINM 

GILL.BRIAN B JR 

GILL.KRISTI M 

GILL.MARYKATE 

GILLIS.ERIN B 

GILMER.GEORGEL 

GINGRAS.KARENM 

GISONDI.AMYL 

GIVNER.DAVIDM 

GIVNER.KOCAYNES 

GIZA,ELIZABETH S 

GLADKOWSKI.BROOKE A 

GLAZIER.ERIC M 

GLAZffiR.KIMBERLY M 

GLEASON,DANIELJ 

GLEASONJAYR 

GLIWSKI.MICHAEL D 

GLYNN.DARAO 

GLYNN.KATHLEEN M 

GODFREY.KIRAA 

GOERS.ROBERTT 

GOETZ.MATTHEW A 

GOFF.BENJAMINS 

GOLDMAN.LALIRA B 

GOMEZ CASTRO,PAMELA 

GOMEZ JORGE I 

GOMEZ.ROBERTO A 

GONCALVES.DULCE S 

GONIATIS.KRISTINA A 

GONSALVES.NAOMI S 

GONZALEZ,RENEL 

GONZALO.RHYANNON 

GOODRICH.! AMI K 

GOODWTN.JEFFREY C 

GOON.SZEG 

GORDON.DAVIDT 

GORDON JOEL L 

GORDON.PETERA 

GORDON.STEPHANIE J 

GORMAN.AMANDA J 

GORMAN.AMY M 

GORMAN.KARYNM 

GOSCIMINSKIBRIAN 

GOrrWALD.NICOLE 

GOUDY.JESSICAL 

GOULD JASON J 

GOULET,VALESKA L 



GOVE.MCHAELS 

GRACE.KENNETHC 

GRADZEWICZ.MATTHEW J 

GRAHAM J AMIER 

GRAHAM.JEREML\H M 

GRANDE.MARKA 

GRANT.DAMONM 

GRANT.JOSHUAE 

GRASSETTI. ANDREW J 

GRASSO.JENNIFERL 

GRASSO.MICHAELR 

GRASSOTTI,RINA 

GRAVES.MELISSAA 

GRAY,AARONL 

GRAY.MICHAELP 

GREEN JOSLINP 

GREEN.KARAR 

GREEN.LATASHAE 

GREEN.THEODORE 

GREENE.BRENDAN M 

GREENE,] AMES F 

GREENE.KERIL 

GREENHALGH.MICHAEL D 

GREENWALD.MARTffJ A 

GREENWOOD.REBECCA L 

GRIECO.JOANNAR 

GRIFFIN.ANDREANA L 

GRIFFIN.BENJAMIN T 

GRIFFIN.KERRffiM 

GRIFFTN.KISCHK 

GRIFFIN.MARKE 

GRIGGS,JEFFREYR 

GRINDLE.MARKW 

GROLL.LOUISEM 

GROSS.ERICA R 

GROSS.MARKA 

GROSSMAN.SHARON B 

GROTTO.JOSEPHD 

GROVES.AMIEM 

GROWrrZ.JONATHAN J 

GRUCAN,J1LLE 

GRUMAN.ANNA 

GRYGffiL.MARIEE 

GUALBERTO.GERARD J 

GUELEN.LINETTEC 

GUERTIN.CHRISTIAN F 

GUILB AULT.ANDREA L 

GUILB AULT.C AROL J 

GUNTHER.ERIKAI 

GUSKI.JEREMYA 

GUSTAFSON.KRISTI M 

GUSTAFSON.WILLIAM C 

HAAS.SUZANNEP 

HACKENBERG.KATY S 

HACKETT.MICHAEL K 

HAGEMANN.ADRL\N M 

HAGENBUCH.JUSTIN SECHLER 

HAGGERTt'.MEGAN A 

HAGIN.SARAHE 

HAHN.STEPHANIE R 

HAIRSTON,NADIRA A 

HAJJAR,LYNNEA 

HALL.SARAHA 

HALLIDAY.RYANJ 

HAMBLIRG.MICHAEL P 

HAMILTON,ALEXANDRA A 

HAMILTON,MEGAN E 



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HAMILTON,TANGELA M 

HAMM.KRISTINM 

HAMM,STEPHANIEL 

HAMMITTJENNIFER A 

HAMMOND.KIMBERLY M 

HAMMOND.SHELBY A 

HANAFIN,MATTHEW T 

HANATANI.YURIE 

HANLON,KRINAS 

HANLON.MARNIE 

HANRAHANJAMES F 

HANSEN,PAULR 

HANSONJARRODA 

HAQUE,NAZIAP 

HARDY,MARIAA 

HARGETT.SABRINA 

HARKNESS.CHRISTINA L 

HARPER.MEREDITH W 

HARRINGTON.ALEXANDER M 

HARRISJOELF 

HARRISON.ALEXCIA T 

HARRISON.HOLLYB 

HART.CHRISTINEM 

HARTING.KRISTEND 

HARTMANJOHN M 

HAS,PHINNARAJ 

HASHIMI.LEILAH 

HASKINS.TONIR 

HASLAM.MELANIEI 

HAWKINS.ALISONL 

HAWKINS.JAIMYEP 

HAWORTH,ETHANE 

HAYES.JENNIFER M 

HAYNES,MICHAELA A 

HAYNES.MICHELLE C 

HAYWARD,SCOTT A 

HEANEY,DAVIDK 

HEATH JAMES N 

HEBERLING,BARTLETT E 

HEBERT.M ARGARET J 

HEBERT.SARAH 

HEDGES.RYANJ 

HEGARTY.DANIEL M 

HEIDER JACOB H 

HEINILUOMA,ANDREW E 

HEINONEN.ETHANN 

HEISMAN.LAURELC 

HELLEN.PATRICKC 

HELLYAR.RYAN M 

HELMSTADTER,STEPHANIE L 

HELMUS.AMYM 

HENDERSON.EMILY I 

HENDERSON,MELISSA S 

HENDRIE.TYLERA 

HENGJIATTANAK 

HENRIQUEZ,JENN1FER D 

HENRY,JERRYR 

HENRY,MAURAN 

HERARD,DOMINIC Y 

HERBERT.MELANIE P 

HERLING,MA1THEW M 

HERMAN,JEANETTE M 

HERNANDEZ,EDG AR G 

HERRMANN,KRISTEN N 

HERRON,SUS ANNAH A 

HERRONTANYAL 

HERTZBERG,DANAL 



HICKS,AMYM 

fflGGINS,KATHERINE C 

HIGGINS,SEANM 

HIGGINS.SEANP 

HIGGINS,STEPHEN 

HIGUERA.CHRISTIE M 

HTLL,CHRISTOPHER R 

HILL.DENNISEJR 

HILL JASON E 

HILLIER.ERINS 

HILLMAN.ANDY 

HILTSLEY.CARISSAL 

HINDE.MICHAELD 

HINKLEY,MICHAEL R 

HINKLEY.SHANNON M 

HIRATA,KAZUTAKA 

PHRD, AMANDA M 

HmSCHEL.LEAHB 

HIRTLE,CLIFTONC 

HITCHCOCK.JEFFREY L 

HrrCHCOCK.STEPHANIE J 

HMIELESKI.GABRIEL F 

HO.GENEK 

HODJATjvdKANK 

HOPE JAMES D 

HOGAN,MICHAELF 

HOHL,MEAGHANF 

HOK,SREANGV 

HOLDREDGE,BERTRAM L 

HOLFORD.ALTHEA 

HOLLAND.MAUREEN P 

HOLLOW AY.MARK J 

HOLMAN.TANESHA H 

HOLMES, ALISON L 

HOLMES.MIRANDA L 

HOLMES,MONIQUEC 

HOLMGREN. AMANDA M 

HOLSTON.LYNNMJR 

HOLT JESSICA A 

HOLZGRAF,JULIEA 

HOLZMAN.WILLIAM C 

HOOD.MEGHANE 

HOOPER.KATHERINE L 

HOOPER.KENNETHA 

HOOVER,CAROLEEA 

HOPE,JEFFREYW 

HOPKINS.ALEXANDRA L 

HOPKINS JOSHUA J 

HOSKINS.DOUGLAS M 

HOLIATCHANTHARA.PHITSAMAY 

HOUSE.DAVIDA 

HOVAGIMIAN,ELENA 

HOWARD.ANGELA M 

HOWARD.DANIELR 

HOWARD.JEFEREYS 

HOWARD,WILLIAM E 

HOWELL.RANESSA E 

HOWES,LISAM 

HOYT.GREGORYP 

HSU,ANDREW 

HU.HUOYI 

HUDDY.MICHELLEL 

HUDGENS.EDWARD D 

HUDSON,EMILYA 

HUFE.ROBERTM 

HUGHES.ALEXR 

HUGHES,DIANEM 



HUGHES.ERINK 

HUGHES JOHN W 

HUGHES.RILEY R 

HUNG JOSEPH R 

HUNT.PETERJ 

HURLBUT,GREGORY D 

HURLEY J RYAN 

HUTCHINS.MAUREEN M 

HUTT.SHIRAF 

IBRAIMI.SHPEJTIM 

ICHTON.DIANAL 

lEST.CHARLOTTEC 

IKWILD,LAURAS 

ING,MANDY 

INGRAFFEA.RACHEL M 

ISERSON,LORIA 

ISHERWOOD.NICHOLAS J 

ISSAJENNIFFER 

lYER.SATISH S 

IYER,SHANTI 

JACKSON.TRACEY 

JACOBS.JEFFREYD 

JACQUES.SHERI M 

JAKOBSEN.MARTIN B 

JALBERT.DANIELW 

JAMES JODYP 

JAMES.LANELLE 

JANDA.VIVIANEM 

JANES.KIMBERLYA 

JANG.DAVIDH 

JANG.HELENE 

JANISCH.KARLD 

JANSEN.MEGANE 

JEAN JASON D 

JEE JAMIE D 

JEFFERS,APRILM 

JENNEJAHN.ERICAJ 

JENNINGS,KENNETHG 

JEROME.BENJAMIN 

JEWELL J ACL YN L 

JOHANNESEN JULIAN E 

JOHNSON.CHERILYN M 

JOHNSON,CHRISTOPHER R 

JOHNSON,MAUREEN B 

JOHNSON,REBECCAJ 

JOHNSON,RUSSELLS 

JOHNSON.THOMAS B IV 

JOHNSON.W ALTER D 

JOHNSTON,ERICAH 

JOLLES.BRIAN 

JONES.BREEA 

JONES JESSICA L 

JONES J4ATHAND 

JONSSON.HEIDIE 

JOSEPH JMANIN 

JOSEPH,VANESSA 

JOZEFIAK.ANNAM 

JUICA,KATEB 

JURY,DAVIDF 

JURY.LISA M 

KACAMBLIRAS.KEVIN A 

KACAVICH.KEVINJ 

KADEN,MATTHEW A 

KADISHJASONC 

KAFKA,VICTORL\ S 

KAGAN.FRANCES 

KAHN ALLISON A 



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KALAFATAS,ANDREA D 

i KALAORA.MATHILM 
; KALEDZI.LEONARDE 
KALINOWSKI.ARTHIJRS 

■ KAMIN,MELISSAL 
1 KANDA,KEV1NA 

; KANE,AMELIAM 

■ KANSANENJORMAK 
- KAPnYKY.LAURAA 

KAPLAN,DONALD 
KAPLAN.VEROMCA F 
KAPOOR,MONICA 
I KARAPANOS,KATRINAN 
! KARAVISH.BRIANJ 
KAREN,EDWARDJ 
KARRAT,GEORGEJ 
KATZJOSHUAB 
KATZ,LAUREND 
KATZ.LIZA A 
KAUFTVIAN.BRENDA M 
KAUFMAN,DAVro M 
KAUFMAN,REBEKAH E 
KAUFMAN.ZEKEJ 
KAVSAN,GLORIA 
KAZLAUSKASJOHN J JR 
KEANE.JULEA 
KEATTNCAMANDA B 
KEATING.TARAJ 
KEENAN,KEVINJ 
KELLERT.ALLISON S 
KELLEY.COLLEEN M 
KELLY,COLINM 
KELLY,DANIELLE 
KELL Y, JONATHAN R 
KELLY.KATIEE 
KELLY.THOMAS M 
KEMPSKIE JEFFREY T 
KENDALLJONATHAN T 
KENDRICKJASONN 
KENNEDY.MARYR 
KENNEDY,TODDC 
KENNEY,JENNIFER L 
KENNIS,ALBERTJ 
KENNY,SAMUELH 
ICEOUGH.KIMBERLYJ 
KEPPLE, ANDREW M 
KET.CHREP 
KHAN.SUMANAHS 
KHAPOYA,AISHAV 
KHEMANI,VrKID 
KIDD.CELESTEE 
KIERNAN.MEREDITH L 
KKUCHI.YUICHI 
KILCOURSE.HEATHER M 
KILLEEN,ROBERTE 
KIM,EUNS 
KIMJOHNJ 
KIM,JUNMO 
KIM,UNJUNG 
KM, WAN JUNG 
KIM.YEONK 
KIM, YOUNG J 
KIMBAR,KJIISTENJ 
ICIMPEL,COLrNW 
KING,AARONB 
KING,CHARLES A 
KING,DEBORAHD 



KING,HEATHER K 

KING,HUNTERT 

KING,KENYONM 

KING.MARIEA 

KING,MIRCHAC 

KINTIGH.JEREMYT 

KIiyCWOOD,CHRISTOPHER C 

KITTREDGE.KATHERINE H 

KLAIBER.KELLY 

KLAUSEWITZ,KARL R 

KLEIN,RACHELE 

KLINGENSMITH.NICHOLAS J 

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KNECHT,JENNIFER K 

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KO,JULIAUNHA 

KOBAYASHI,MAYUMI 

KOBRENSKI.DANIEL J 

KOB YLANSKI.MICJJAEL A 

KOCHANEK,DAWN M 

KOEN[G,SETHB 

KONEVICH.MICHAEL J 

KONIGSBERG.ELLEN 

KORNFELD,ABIGAIL B 

KORNIYENKCMAiyNA 

KOSHY,NINAM 

KOSIBA.NICHOLAS R 

KOSINSKI.ERIC C 

KOSS,HOWARDC 

KOSTKA.SASHAA 

KOVACRANDYJ 

KOWAL.SARAHL 

KOZLOWSKY.LORIA 

KOZUCH.MATTHEW J 

KRAMER,ANTHONY E 

KRANDEL,BETH E 

KRIETE.BENJAMIN R 

KRISHNAN,HEMALEKHA 

KROL,KATHLEEN L 

KUBIAK,ANTHONY R 

KUBOTA,JJIROMI 

KUBOTA.TSUDOI 

KUHN.KELLYA 

KULACZ.HEATHER R 

KUNKEL,RICHARDF 

KUOKKANEN,SONJA A 

KUROWSKI,EMMAK 

KURTZ,JENNIFER M 

KUSJJNER,PHILIPL 

KUZONTKOSKICOLBY C 

KVORJAK.AMBER M 

KWIECINSKI.DENNIS J 

KWONG,DAVIDS 

LABAIRE,JUSTINP 

LABAJ,DONALDE 

LABONTE,KEVrN S 

LACAVA,JESSICA M 

LACEDRA.LALIREN M 

LACHANCE,THOMAS A 

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LACOSTE.KHERNCHRIST K 

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MALO Y.WILLIAM P 
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MCCARRON,ERIN M 
MCCARTHY.LINDSAY R 
MCCARTHY.ONA L 
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MCCLINTOCK.JUSTE^J T 
MCCLINTON.ELLIOTT H 
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MCCORMACK.ERIN C 
MCCORMACK JOHN M 
MCCORMICK.KERRY A 
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MULVIHILL.ERICJ 

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MUNGAI,ROBERTK 

MURPH Y,CHRYSTAL P 

MURPHY,ERINM 

MURPHY JESSICA C 

MURPHY.MEGHANN E 

MLIRRAY VERGATA.KATHERINE 

MURRAY.BRENDAN J 

MURRAY,DOUGLAS R 

MURRAY.GINA M 

MURRAY JOSEPH M 

MURRAY.MICHAEL R 

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NWANKPA,IHUAKU U 

NYAMBI.SHUPINA 

NYGARDJOHNM 

O'BRffiN.BRENDAN M 

O'BRIEN.LAURENA 

0'BRIEN,MEGHANN E 

0'CONNELL,LAUREN M 

O'CONNOR.CHADA 

0'CONNOR,DEENAR 

O'CONNOR.MATTHEW W 

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O'DAY.KRISTINAM 

O'DONNELLJSOBEL R 

O'LEARY.MEGHANE 

0'MALLEY.LAUREN 

0"MALLEY,MAUREEN M 

O'NEILJONATHAN W 

0'NEIL,MARGARET A 

0'ROURKE.LAURIE A 

0'SHAUGHNESSY,MARGARET A 

0'SHEA,ROBERTY 

OAKELroOW.KATIE 

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OBERLY.MICHAELJ 

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OCHOA.LUIS H 

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RECINrrO.KATHR YN A 

REDDING.RICHARD S 

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RENWICK.MICHAEL S 

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REZNTTSKY.LAUREN M 

RHATIGAN.MICHAEL G 

RHEAULT.KATHYJ 

RHYMER.KrTWANA L 

RIBEIRO.NEUSAH 

RICCIARDELLI.DULCE M 

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RICHARD.MICHAEL A 

RICHARDS.ANDREW T 

RICHARDS.DOROTHY B 

RICHARDSONJASON M 

RICKER.CLAUDIA D 

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RTTCHAY.DAVIDJ 

RITUCCI.BRIANJ 

RITVAL.KARLN 

Rrv^RA,CARLOS A 

RIVERA.ROSA M 

RIZZARDINl.LAUREN E 

ROACHJOHNM 

ROBERTS.! AMES E, n 

ROBERTS.LEIAA 

ROBERTS.MICHELLE F 

ROBERTSON.EMILYC 

ROBIEJENNIFER L 

ROBINSON.ANTHONY G 

ROBINSONPATRICIA A 

ROCK WELL,LESLIE A 

RODGERJAMES R 

RODRIGUEZJOSHANN I 

RODRIGUEZ.MATTHEW J 

ROER.MIKKELJ 

ROGERSJEAN M 

ROGERSJENNIFERV 

ROGERS.JL1STING 

ROGOZIN.JULIA 

ROHAN.WILLIAMP 

ROLDAN,LUISE 

RONGNER.MICHAEL C 

ROPER.SHLISHANNA M 

ROPPOLO.ELIZABETH A 

ROSCOE.BENJAMIN P 

ROSE.ALICIAA 

ROSEBORO.URSULA D 

ROSEMOND.DENISE M 

ROSENBLUMJOSEPH 

ROSENFIELD,LINDS A Y J 

ROSS.CAITLINR 

ROSS.TAHONT 

ROSSEN.MARCP 

ROTHERMICH.MARGARET A 

ROTHROCKJULIEL 

ROUILLEJEREMY P 

ROWELL.SHANNON J 

ROY.BONNTEL 

ROY.DEMSEJ 

ROY.JEEEREY 

ROYJESSED 

ROY.THOMASJ 

RUBELL.JONATHAN V 

RUBENSTEIN,HEIDI B 

RUDOLF,MATTHEW S 

RUFO, WILLIAM C 

RUIZ, VICENTE, m 

RUNYON.BRIANC 

RUOCCO.DEBRALEE A 

RUSSELL. ANN MARIE T 

RUSSELL.MELISSA S 

RUSSELL.REBECCA 

RUSSELL.STEPHANIE U 

RUSZALA.CAROLYN 

RUTA.ALIBREYE 

RUTHERFORD,ANN S 

RUTMAN,JEEFREY S 

RUTMAN,RUTHE 

RUTZ.ZACHARYS 

RUVIDO.MICHAELR 

RYAN.CRAIG D 

SABA.SARAE 

S AFFRAN.RACHELLE J 



SAKAI.TOMOMI 

SALCE.CHRISTINAM 

SALEK.MICHELLEE 

SALEMME.MICHAEL 

SALON.JUSTINR 

S ALTZMAN.SUZANNE L 

SALVATORE.JAMES E 

SAMARGEDLIS.PETER J 

S AMOLEWICZ.MELANIE A 

SAMPSON.EMILYE 

SANCHEZ,JULIOC 

SANCHEZ,LUZI 

SANCHEZ.YASMIN 

SANDBERG.BRIANH 

SANDBERG,JONATHAN F 

SANDERS.REBECCA 

S ANDERSON.LAUREN S 

SANDERSON.TAMARA R 

S ANDHU.KULMEET K 

SANDLER.BRYANW 

SANDS.BRADLEYN 

SANGUINETTI.YIRIELIS 

SANTELLA.DANIELJ 

SANTIAGO.SUJEI 

SANTIAGO.YARIMA S 

SANTORO.JEANETTE L 

S ANTOS.CHRISTINE A 

S ANTOS.FERNANDO J 

SANTOSUOSSO.CYNTHL\ 

SARAPIN.JOELF 

SARATLIC.TAMARA 

SARNELLI.DANIELLE M 

SAROGLOU.BERNARD V 

S ARRO.CHRISTINE M 

SATCHI.DUSHYANTHI 

SAULMON.GREGORY 

SAVAGE.IOHNR 

SAVLOV.ANDREAB 

SAWYER.ADAMR 

SAWYER.DAWNM 

SAYANI.ASIFF 

SAYKIN,AARONM 

SAYRE.BENJAMINJ 

SCANLON.STACEYA 

SCANNELL,AMYL 

SCARLATA.VINCENT R 

SCHACHTER,JORDAN D 

SCfflAVONE.DANIELLE M 

SCHIFFMAN,JOHANNA B 

SCHLEICHER.JAMES F 

SCHMEICHEL.LYNN M 

SCHMIDT.KRISTINE 

SCHMIDT.MICHAEL A 

scHMrrr.JOHNE 

SCHMITT.KARENM 

SCHNEIDER.ALYSS A K 

SCHNEIDER.DANIEL J 

SCHOOLEY.SARAHA 

SCHRIBER.JEREMYJ 

SCHUPP.MATTHEW J 

SCHUSTER.CLARAJ 

SCHWENK.JUSTINM 

SCLAFANI.JOSHUA C 

SCOFTELD.KILEYM 

SCOTT.BRUCEW 

SCUDERI,JANELLEA 

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SEB ASTIAO,KRISTY A 

SEBO.TRICIA M 

SEGUR.KARENJ 

SEIFERT,MATT 

SEILER.SHEILA B 

SELIG.TRACY ELIZABETH 

SELMAN.RACHELA 

SELWITZ,DANAE 

SEMERARO.JESSICA 

SENGUPTA.SOUGATA R 

SENTERFnT,MARSHALL D 

SERWACKI.CHRISTOPHER A 

SETAL,KICHEMAY 

SEXAUER,MATTHEW P 

SFOUGARISJAMESN 

SHAH.MANE 

SHAH,REENA 

SHAIKLY,IRENEV 

SHAKER,KIMBERLY L 

SHAKESPEARE,ELIZABETH S 

SHALLERJOSHUAA 

SHAPIRO.SARAHC 

SHARMA.RAHUL 

SHAULJONATHAN 

SHAW,ALEXANDRA B 

SHAWJACQUELYN 

SHAW,JESSEM 

SHAWJOHND 

SHAW.SAMUELM 

SHEA,CANDICEE 

SHEAJENNDFERL 

SHEAJOSHUAJ 

SHEA.MICHAELW 

SHEA,PATRICKD 

SHEA.STEPHANTEM 

SHEDLOCK.MATTHEW 

SHEEHAN,DANIELLE A 

SHEEHAN,MICHAEL N 

SHEEHAN,PATRICK E 

SHELDON.LroERTEE 

SHELL.LISAJ 

SHELTON,AARON M 

SHELTON.DEVINE 

SHEMMERI.EALAF 

SHEPHERD.BRIANR 

SHEPPECKJOHNG 

SHIELDS.JOHNA 

SHIELDS,MICHAELP 

SHINNER.REBECCA C 

SHMULSKY,HANNAH M 

SHOGRY.HEATHERL 

SHOn,MARTINE 

SHOREJOSHUAA 

SHRUHAN,COURTNEY M 

SHUMAN,ANNA 

SHUMILLA.ALBERT F 

SHUMWAY,LAURENCE A 

SHUSAS,ERICAJ 

SHVARTSMAN.PAUL 

SIAMANTOURAS£VAN A 

SffiLEY.LAUREN E 

SffiULKINJAMIEN 

SIEGEL.SHIRAK 

SIEKMAN,STEPHEN A 

SILBERMAN,AMANDA H 

SILBERSTEINJONATHAN S 

SILFEN,LAURENE 



SILLER,MARY E 

SILVA,DANIELG 

SILV A.DOMINIC B 

SILVA.KERRIA 

SILVEIRA.ROYJ 

SILVER.LAURENJ 

SILVERMAN,MATTHEW D 

SILVESTRI.PAULJ 

SIMON,STEVENE 

SIMPTER.ANDREW R 

SIN,HEAP 

SIN,SOKNA 

SINGAPURI.AML 

SINGERJOSHLIAH 

SINGLETON.DANIEL J 

SIRAGUSA.SHEILAM 

SIRISCEVICSHELLEY 

SIROIS.DANIELA 

SIROIS.JENNTFER C 

SIROP.LISA 

SKOEIELD.SARAHH 

SLEISON.CHRISTOPHER J 

SLOCUM.KELLY L 

SLOCUMB .STEPHEN B 

SLOMOVITZ.RACHEL S 

SLONSKIJENMFER M 

SLUTZ.IANR 

SMELKINSON.MARGERY G 

SMrrH.ANDREAL 

SMITH.BRYAN D 

SMITH.CLAIREE 

SMITH.EILEENC 

SMrTH,ELIZABETHA 

SMITH.FRANKA 

SMITH.JEFFERSONR 

SMITH,JILLIANN 

SMITHJOSHUAP 

SMITH.KATHLEENT 

SMITH.RYANJ 

SMITH.SABRINAA 

SMITH.SETHJ 

SMFIH.STEPHENA 

SMITH.STEPHENE 

SMITH.WINSTONG. 

SNAnH,SUSAN 

SNELL.ERICW 

SOJOSEPHW 

SOBKOWICZ,DAVID A 

SOFERR.TAMAR 

SOLECKI.NICHOLAS J 

SOLFIELL.DAVIDJ 

SOLIS.VANESSA 

SOLITRO.MICHELINA M 

SOMERS.KEVIN P 

SONHSTALLISONL 

SONG.JUNSEO 

SOOHOOJASON 

SORIANO.CHRISTOPHER M 

SOROKEN.MAANAP 

SOUTH.KATHLEEN M 

SPAANENBURG.MARK A 

SPARKES JOSEPH M 

SPARKS.ANDREWW 

SPAULDING.JAMES P 

SPRING.CHRISTOPHER T 

SPRINGER.COREY B 

SPRINGERJASON R 



SQUIERS.REBECCA M 
STFORTJAMES 
ST JEAN, AD AM M 
STJOHN,SARAHE 
STLAURENT.KYLEA 
STPIERRE.MELISSAJ 
ST SAUVEUR,JENNTFER L 
STABILE.KATES 
STADELMANN,R YAN T 
STANGEL.CAMILLE A 
STANISLAWZYK,MICHELE P 
STANLEYJAMES E 
STAPLETON.LEAHE 
STARCK.MICHELLE C 
STARK.MARG ARET W 
STECDAVIDS 
STECKOWSKI,RYAN R 
STEELE.LESLEIGH R 
STEINJONATHANP 
STEINBERG.BROOKE 
STEINBERG.LONNA M 
STELLA,LEEANNT 
STENSON.MERIEKA T 
STEPASIUK.KATHERINE A 
STEPHAN.SHEILAE 
STEPHENS.NICHOLAS W 
STERLING JESSE E 
STERLING.PATRICIA M 
STETSON,JESSICAP 
STEUER,MICHAELW 
STEVENS.DARRICK B 
STE YENS JAMES T 
STEVENS,MATTHEW D 
STEVENSON.DARRELL C 
STEWART,KRISTIN M 
STICCO.CARRIE L 
STIGERS.TERENCE P 
STIRLACCI.MICHAEL J 
STODDARD,KELLYJ 
STOKES.KARAL 
STOLARSKI.HOLLY K 
STOLER,ELISA M 
STOLLER.CLINTONC 
STOLTE.LARS M 
STORCH,DANIELE 
STOUGHT.MARKZ 
STOUP,DAVIDB 
STOWE,ANNAK 
STOWE.FRASERR 
STRACHAN.SHAWNA K 
STRATEORD.MEREDITH A 
STRYKER,FRANKE 
SUAREZ.CELINEM 
SUAREZ,ROSALINA 
SUDATI,STEPPL\NIE L 
SUTTE.HEIDIL 
SUTTE.NICHOLAS D 
SULHAM.MARKH 
SULEIMAN JASON M 
SULLIVAN,ELIZABETH J 
SULLIV AN JOSEPH M 
SULLIVAN.KERRYL 
SULLIVAN,N ATHAN D 
SULLIVAN.NATHAN T 
SULLIV AN.NATHANIEL B 
SULLP/AN.PATRICK S 
SULLIV AN.TASHAS 



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SULLO.KRISTINE 

SUNG,YUHLING 

SURUN,MARLENE 

SUTHERLAND,DA VID H 

SUTrER.MATTHEW K 

SUTrON.DANIELE 

SWANTON,LYNETTE A 

SWAYA.VALEREEM 

SWEENEYJASONM 

SWEENEY.MARCJ 

SWIFT-ROBINL 

SYKES.LAURENJ 

SYVERAIN.TRACYJ 

SZEMREYLO.S ARAH R 

SZEWCZYK.STEPHEN F 

SZKLARZ.STEVENJ 

TA.WAYNEM 

TABOR.ABIGAILS 

TAFARELLAJONATHAN E 

TAGG,DANIELLEM 

TAGLIERI.BENJ AMIN T 

TAI.TRIM 

TALBOT.AMY E 

TALBOT.CASEYJ 

TALEWSK Y.LEE T 

TALLAKSENJILLM 

TAMMARO,Wtt.LIAM P 

TANDON.SANJAY 

TANG,YANG 

TANGUAY.LAURAJ 

TAPPER.DAVIDI 

TARANTOJOHNE 

TARGOWSKIJOSEPH M 

TARR.SARAHE 

TATRCBONNIEJ 

TAVERNA,ANTHONY C 

TAYLORJESSICAJ 

TAYLOR,ROBERTH 

TEMPLE.RICHARD W 

TERRELL.REBEKAH M 

TERRILL.KATHRYN E 

TERUYA.TRISHAL.M. 

TERZffiV.MARIJKA 

TESSIER.HEATHERA 

TESTAJAIMEL 

TETREAULT.MARK A 

THAI.PHUCQ 

THAUTE.KRISTINAI 

THAYER.JACQUELINE M 

THAYERJANNAM 
1 THIPHAVONG.SOUNTHAVONE 
I TH0MAS.ER1C C 
I THOMAS,ERIC D 
j THOMASXAURENE 
i THOMAS,MELANIEM 
' THOMASES.DAN 

THOMPSON,CHRISTOPHER P 
\ THOMPSON.ELIZABETHR 
: THOMPSON.KAIFS 

THOMPSON.SERENG 
- THUNYALUKUL.VASU 
I TIARKS,KELLEYK 
' TffiBETTS.MARNIE 

TICE.BRIANG 

TIFFTPHILIPP 

TIMMS.CHRISTOPHER R J 

TINBAI,ANDREW 



TINKHAM,HELKIAH Z 

TIRELLA.ANDREWD 

TIRONI.BRIANJ 

TTTTLE JONATHAN D 

TTTUS.SHANEP 

TOBEY.NATHANB 

TOCE.SUSANN 

TOGNERLMARC C 

TOLAND JONATHAN P 

TONG.BRENDAW 

TOOHEY,KATHLEEN T 

TOOMEY JACOB G 

TOOMEY.LAURAL 

TOOMEY.RYAND 

TORRES.KAREN A 

TORRISI.ANDREWC 

TOUCHETTE JESSICA H 

TOUSIGNANT JAIME E 

TOWLE.FRANCES E 

TOWNE,COURTNEY M 

TOZLOSKI.BENJAMIN J 

TRAINOR.RYANN 

TRAN.MYMY 

TRAN.OLIVIER B 

TRAN.QUOCBAO 

TRAN,QUYENN 

TRAN.THAOT 

TRAN.UYENK 

TRAVERS.GREGORY S 

TRAVIS.DIANEE 

TREMBLAY,BRIAN M 

TREMBLA Y.MICHAEL F 

TRESBACKJASONS 

TROTTA.LISA 

TROTTA.RICHARD D 

TROUPES.DAVIDJ 

TSUKERNIK.MARIA 

TUCHOLKE,RACHELLE L 

TUCKER.ANDREWF 

TUCKER.GRETCHEN E 

TUMER.UZAY 

TUNNEY.SHEILAL 

TUOHEY.MELISSAA 

TURNER.BETHANY L 

TURNER.HENRYJ 

TURNER,JESSEP 

TURNER.JUNIORL 

UCRAN,JEFFREY A 

UDAS.LAURAJ 

UGWUEGBU.CHIMA R 

UHLENBECK.MAX 

ULLMAN.EMILYK 

ULYSSE.JOHNL 

UNDERHILL.REGAN B 

URIZAR-FAUGHT.CECILL\ 

UTUBOR,SANDRA 

VACANTI.EMILYJ 

VACHHANI.DEEPA K 

VACHULA.RACHELJ 

VALERI.JOSEPHM 

VALLE.JOANN 

VALLE.THOMAS L 

VALOIS.DANIELLEN 

VAN BLERKOM.DEREK A 

VANDERPOL.MARC 

VAN FLUE,ELIZABETH A 

VAN GAASBECK,KAREN L 



VANHAUR.PETERJ 

VAN HEUSEN.MICHELLE M 

VAN KEUREN.ERIC A 

VANDERHOOP.FAITH 

VANEGAS-FARRARA.DIEGO M 

VAUGHN.SARANG 

VAYER,JULIEA 

VAZQUEZJANISSE 

VAZQUEZJOSEA 

VEINO.CHRISTINA M 

VEINO,LAURAA 

VELEZ.HILDA L 

VELONA.CHRISTOPHER P 

VELONA.ROBIN 

VERGO.MATTHEW T 

VERMEIREN.MAYA S 

VERNIER.DARAM 

VERNOIA.SHANAA 

VICKERS,ELIZABETH S 

VICTOR.FARRAHP 

VILLA.ANTHONYT 

VILLALPANDO.FRANCISCO 

VINCENT.ELIZABETH P 

VINIK.JODIM 

VIOLANDI.VINCENT 

VIONE.CHRISTIAN B 

VIRAY.SHERISSEA 

VOLKERT.ERIK R 

VOLKLE JON ATHAN M 

VOLPE.TIMOTHYJ 

VONG.MOCH S 

VOZELLA.CHRISTIN A A 

WADOWSKY.AMYJ 

WAEGELEIN.ERICAL 

WALCZYK.KATHERINE K 

WALEWANDER.MAGDALENA 

WALKER.HEATHER J 

WALKER.JON ATHAN W 

WALLIS.AIMEEB 

WALSH.PATRICKJ 

WALSH.TERESAH 

WALTERS.DARYL 

WALTERS,KONDIO 

WALTON.BRENTM 

WALTON.MICHAEL D 

WANAPUN,PREEYAVATA 

WANDELOSKI.AMY A 

WANDELT.CHRISTOPHER S 

WANG.YUQI 

WARD.JENNIFERM 

WARD,JOHNP 

WARD.MELISSAA 

WARDWELL.JEREMY D 

WARHOLA.CHRISTLAN D 

WARREN.DANIELK 

WARSHOWSKY, JAIME N 

WASSERMAN.ERICA 

WATSON.AMYJ 

WATSON.KIMBERLY ROSE 

WAY.JESSICAM 

WEBB.CATHERINE M 

WEBER.KRISTENA 

WEBER.MICHELLEA 

WEBSTER.COMPTON M 

WEBSTER.ROBERTD 

WEED.KRISTEN M 

WEGIEL,JASONP 



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WEGRZYN,GLENNG 
WEGRZYN,GREGOR Y G 
WEINER,HARRY D 
WEINER.MOLLY C 
WEINLE.NICOLEA 
WEISBERGJODYB 
WEISMAN,EVANJ 
WEITZE.BRIAN C 
WELCH.MELANIEJ 
WELLS,JIJLIEA 
WESTJAMES R 
WEST.TEINGO M 
WESTBROOK.KIMBERLY 
WESTON,SHANNON L 
WETMOREJBLLM 
WEXLER.MATTHEW I 
WHEELER.MATTHEW T 
WHITAKER,AJAM 
WHTTAKER.BRIANJ 
WHITCOMB.DLANE E 
WHTTEJASONP 
WHITEJEREMY L 
WHTTE.KELLY R 
WHTTE.MICHELLE C 
WHrTE,RYANM 
WHTTEHEADANDREW F 
WHTTMAN.COLLEEN M 
WH0RISKEY.KER1A 
WHYNOTT.ROBERT V 
WIEDER,EINATR 
WIFFIN.ANTHOm'R 
WILDE.MICHAELA A 
WILEYJACQUELINE A 
WILLETJACOB M 
WILLIAM.ELIAN M 
WILLIAMS,BRADFORD G 
WILLIAMS.CURTIS J 
WILLIAMS,MEGANA 
WILLIAMS.RAYMOND E 
WILLIAMS.STEVEN D 
WILLIAMS.THOMAS M 
WILLINGHAM.SONIA A 
WILLIS.SARA 



WILLIS.VANESSAL 

WILSON.BRETTS 

WILSON,DOUGLAS M 

WILSON.ELIZABETH A 

WILSON.MARKA 

WILSON,RYANC 

WILSON.SHANAM 

WINDT.KRISTINAW 

WINSECK.BRIANC 

WIRTH,ERIC A 

WISNESKI.ERIC C 

WITTMIER.SHAWNJ ' 

WOJTOWICZJANICE M 

W0LF.AV1S 

WOLFSON,BETH L 

WOLK.MEGHAN M 

WONG, ANDREW J 

WONG.CANDICE 

WONGJASONV 

WONG,STANLEYK 

WOO,KELVIN 

WOODS.DAVIDL 

WOODWARD.BRADY Y 

WOOD WARD. VICTORIA L 

WOUBSHET,TIBEYIN D 

WOZNIAK.KARYNL 

WRIGHTJOHNC 

WRIGHT.PAMELAA 

WRZOSJOHNI 

WUJANAL 

WU.PETERS 

XU.QIN 

YANGJANE 

YANGJEONGH _ 

YANG.KEVINC 

YANG,SHANGS 

YANG,SHU 

YBARRA,DAVIDE 

YEBOAH.HAZEL 

YELLEJASONA 

\'EUNG,HANGIENG 

YE^JG.MELISSA 

YON,LIZ CHHUN S AUN 



YOON,JIMMY 
YOUNG.BETHANY L 
YOUNG.DAWNAL 
YOUNG.KATHERINE 
YOUNG,MARGARET A 
YOUNGJ^YMOND 
YOUNGM ANJAMIE L 
YU.LEANNE 
YUEN.WAYYIN 
YULE.LYNETTE M 
YUN.BRIANR 
YURFEST.LALIRENR 
YVONJOSEPHR 
ZACHKO.NIKKIL 
ZACHKO.NOELLEM 
ZAK.SIBILLAK 
ZANDERS.NAKISHAT 
ZANIEWSKI.SARAH A 
ZAREMB A.ANTHONY F 
ZARINS.KARINAK 
ZAVODNICK.BENJAMIN I 
ZAWISLAKJOHNE 
ZEICHNER.LORI B 
ZEITZ.MELISSA B 
ZEMROCK,HOLLYL 
ZETYE,PHILIPW 
ZIELINSKIMATTHEW S 
ZIENCINA,LORI L 
ZILBERSTEIN,ANYA 
ZIMMERMAN,KARL A 
ZINGARO.DANIELLE D 
ZIOMEK,MICHAEL E JR 
ZION.ELLENC 
ZIPPIN,RACHELA 
ZIZZO.ANDREAM 
ZONGHEin.MICHAEL G 
ZUBIELJASON P 
ZUCKERMAN.ALEXANDER 
ZLICKERMAN.ARI Y 
ZUMBRUSKI.REBECCA I 
ZWANZIGER,JENNY A 



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AGUILAR.EILEENA 

ANDERSON,ELAINE R 

ARONSTEINJONATHAN D 

ARSENAULT.CAROLEE M 

AUGUSTO,STACYA 

BABCOCK.ANNM 

BAILEY.WENDYL 

BARRY.PATRICIAA 

BELLOWS,LINDAL 

BENOrr,ANNE-MARIE 

BERGE,EILEENM 

BERGERON,MARIAN E 

BLACK.MELODYA 

BRELSFORD.CECELIA V 

BROWN.KARENM 

BRYDA,ANTONIM 

BUBON,JEAN M 

BURDICK.TERESAA 

BURGESS.HOPEE 

BURNS,BRIAN M 



CALLIHAM.S ALLIE R 
CARLSON.KEFTHA 
CARNEAL.KELLYJ 
CARVER.MARGARET 
CHARLES.URSULINE B 
CHARTER.LIANA M 
CHILSON.TIMOTHY E 
CISERO. ANGELA! 
CLARKE.EILEEN A 
COLLINS.ELIZABETH W 
COMEAU.DEBORAA 
COVEN.ROBERT 
COX.SARAF 
CROSS.KAREN L 
CROWELL.ALAND 
DAHM,APRILJ 
DAVIS-DUMA.CHERYL A 
DEFOSSE.CARLAG. 
DIAZ£DWIN 
DICKSON,DEBRAA 



DIGREGORIO,TRAC Y J 

DINH.KERRY K 

DION.KIMBERLYA 

DIXON.KERRIL 

DUBOUR.KATHLEEN M 

FASCI.LINDAA 

FEDE.PATRICIAA 

FILL.KIMD 

FLYNN,LAUREENF 

GAUDET.CYNTHIAA 

GOLANN£VANR 

GOURDIN.CAROLL 

GRIFFIN.CHRISTINE A 

GUYETTE.LAURAB 

HAMM.LEEANN 

HAY,SANDRAK 

HONDROGEN.ANNS 

HOUSTON.PATRICIA A 

J AGODZINSKI.ROBERT J 

JONNET.DENISE 



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JULIAN,RICHARDL 
KABANIUK.DOROTHY 
KENNEDYJOHN C 
KENYON.ROBERTL 
KHALILI,DENISEJ 
KNOWLES,ANDREA D 
KRAMER,KAREN R 
LANKOWSKI,HOLLACE R 
LECLAIRE,ALINA Y 
LESKO.ROBERTS 
MALCOLM.TARA L 
MALLARD-KUSEK.CARLA E 
MARKHAM.C ATHERINE A 
MARTIN.STEPHEN E 
MARTINI.STEFANO 
MASON,MELISSA M 
MASSONI.CAROL E 
MCCORMACK.MELISSA J 
MERRITT.CATHERINE T 
MESSER,RICHARD P 
MYLES.ANN M 
N'GUESS AN,JEROME B 
NAZOR.MARY C 
NEWMAN,KATHLEEN M 
NIGRO.LUCYNAD 



NYE, JOANNE C 
NYLANDER.GAYLE L 
O'BRIENJANE 
PALMER,EDWARDA 
PARKINGTON,CHERYL A 
PARNELL,DAVID 
PERKS.REBEKAHL 
PERRON.MICHELLE D 
PHAM.HOANG V 
PICKREIGN.SANDRA A 
PIERCE.BONNIE BETH 
PIVIN.DANIELM 
QUINK,MARKE 
REARDON.MARKD 
REED,KAREN M 
RHEAUME.LISA 
ROSE,ANGELA M 
ROUX,NANCYT 
RUCHO.MARY E 
SANBORN.JOANN B 
SANDERS.KIMBERLY L 
SCHACHTL,EVA M 
SCHLOESSER,NATALIE 
SCHULTZ,SHAUN 
SCOTT.ELIZABETH R 



SENECAL.BETH 
SETTERLUND.LESLIE M 
SEVENE.FELICIA B 
SHEA.COLLEEN ANN 
SITLERJAMES W 
SPINDEL.COURTNEY H 
STIMPSON.TERESA A 
SULIKOWSKI.ERICAL 
SUPPAPPOLA,LISAA 
TANDUN.MINA 
TATRO.SUSAN M 
TESTA.GLENN C 
THERIAULT.NANCY C 
THOMAS.CAITLIN 
VAILLANCOURT.REBECCA J 
VIVEIROS,LISAP 
WEISS.BONNIEM 
WH1TE,CHRISTINEE 
WICKS.PAMELA L 
WILLIAMS.MARI 
WOOSTERJOHNM 
ZEPEDA.CARLO B 
ZHOU,XIN 



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BUTLERJANELLEE 
I BYRNE.DIANAM 
! FULCHER.SHAVON R 
GONZALEZ.JOSEL 

! School of Engineet-fny _ 



JOURDAN.REMON M 

KARLIN.MOLLYR 

LEEJACQUELINE 

LOEUNG.SOVANN-MALIS 

MACPHERSON.SHAYSHAHN 



MOTLEY.TOUSSAINT 

SODANO.NICOLEM 

SOFFER,AMY 

THOMAS.DARRYL 

VETIACSHELLA 



ALGER.CHRISTOPHER W 
; ALLWELL.CHRISTOPHERT 
', AMADO,JULIANAA 

ARSENAULT,KEVIN D 

ASLENJACKR 

ATAY,CEMILM 

AUCOINJOSEPH I 
j BALDWIN.MATTHEWS 

BARGER.ADAM H 

BARKER,FREDERICK P lU 

BARNESJAREDW 

BARR,ROBERTC 

BARRIEAUJOHNPAUL P 

BARRY,WILLIAM R 
' BARTON.THERESA M 
'■ BERNARD,CESSOUJ 
! BONNER.ANNEM 
; BORGESJONI 
' BOUSQUET.STEVEN M 

BREEN,D0MIN1C S 

BREISCH.MICHAEL H 

BREZA,DAVIDR 

BROSNAN.SETHX 

BURGESS,MICHAEL G 

BUSHART,CHRISTOPHER J 
: BUTTERFIELD,BRIAN M 

CAMERON.ERIK 

CANNING.MELISSAG 

CASE,FRANCIS 



CASHMANJOHNT 

CATUCCIO.ERICR 

CESARZ,NATHAND 

CESVET.ALIXC 

CHAFEEE.SEANP 

CHAN,MICHAELS 

CHOINIERE.TIMOTPTY E 

CHUDZINSKI.MAREK 

COLE.CHRISTOPHER M 

COLE,STEPHEN P 

COLONNA.VITO 

CONNOY,KEVINJ 

COSTA.MICHAELJ 

COUTINHO.RAQUEL S 

CROWLEY,KATIEA 

CUBI,WILLIAM 

DABBARANSI.KAMOLSUT 

DALEYJASONA 

DAS1LVA,RU1G 

DEFEO,ANNEK 

DENNEHY,ANDREW J 

DENSMOREJESSICA M 

DESCHENEAUXJAMES T 

DIMEGLIO.FRANCESCO 

DO.PHUM 

DOE.MICHAEL 

DUMAIS,DAN1ELA 

ELGUERO,CARLOS L 

FAHLBECK,MARKE 



FAIRBANKS,BRIAN K 

FARHAT,SCOTTA 

FERGUSON,SCOTTH 

EUOL.LINDAL 

FIJOL.ROBERTJ 

HTZGERALD.DEVIN P 

EOSS,SHANEP 

FOSTERJEREMIAH S 

FRAZIER.LAMONTT 

FUCCILLO.MATTHEW C 

GALLAGHER.PATRICK N 

GALLAGHER,RYAN T 

GATTON.LAWRENCE H JR 

GAUTREAU.LEIGHA 

GELINAS.HEATHM 

GIBSON,STEPHENJ 

GILBERTJOSHUAD 

GrRGLANI.RAJEEVS 

GLINSKI,LUKASZA, 

GOODRIDGE.GEORGE L HI 

GOODSELUKEVINE 

GOON.CHIENC 

GOWDY.GERALDJ 

GOYETTE,JESSIEA 

GREENJOSEPHM 

GRIMES.KEITHD 

GRIMES.KEITHD 

GRUBE.MELISSAA 

GUERRA,GREGOR Y J 



Class of 2001 Graduates 167 



ClassoflDOl Gttidt/a^es 



GUINTHER.TROYD 

HADDEN,MICHAEL O 

HAGOPIAN,V AROUJAN H 

HARRIS.SCOTTA 

HAZLETT.THOMAS F IE 

HEGARTY.DAVIDT 

HENNESSEY.GARRETT E 

HERNANDEZ, ABRAM 

HICKOK,EVAND 

HNITECKITHOMAS P 

HOANCLONGT 

HOFFMANN,ERICJ 

HORGAN.KATHLEEN M 

HUANGilAIDONG 

HU1.PAKKWAN 

HUSEINOVICARMIN 

HUTCHINS.MARKA 

HUYNHPHUONGA 

IHEDIGBO,NATHAMEL C 

INSANICEDIN 

IPJESSIE 

JABLKOWSKJ.JESSICAJ . 

JACQUES,EDWARDJ 

JOHNSON,ANDREWC 

JOHNSTON.MARCA 

JONES.BURTON L 

KACH.BRENDANM 

KELLY,IAND 

KELLY.MICHAELR 

KENNEDY,BRIANK 

KOHOUT.JARRODA 

KOLLER.RYANJ 

KORN.MATTHEWA 

KRISHNAKUMAR.INDLIPRIYA 

KUOKKANEN.JERMU P 

KWOK. WILSON W 

LADUKE.DANffiLM 

LAMOLyREUX,JUSTIN J 

LAPOINTEJOSHUA D 

LARIMORE,MICHAEL T 

LATERZA.JAMES M 

LAWRENCE,GARYJ 

LE,HAIH 

LEE.HO 

LIANG.LIN CHUNG 

LOPEZ GONZALEZ.RICARDO O 

LUBOV.KAREN GIOVANNA 

LY,NGUYENK 

LYNCH,CHADT 

MACGINMS,MICHAEL R 

MACH,NATALIEL 

MAFFEO.WILLIAM H 

MAGEE,JEFFREYF 

MALASMAS.GLENN E 

MALONE. AARON W 



MANULATHOMAS D JR 

MARTIN,DANIELJ 

MASTERS,CHRISTOPHER C 

MATHEW.JUSTIN 

MATTEO,LOUIS M 

MATTHEWS,BRL\N R 

MCCALL,FINN D 

MCGINNIS-CAVANAUGH.BETH C 

MEIERDIERCKS.SEAN D 

MELNIK,ROBERTN 

MERRITT,NATHAN A 

MILLAYJAREDT 

MILLER.MATTHEW H 

MILLER.MAXG 

MIRON,BENJ AMINE 

MITCHELL.LISA K 

MOELLER.ROGERK 

MONCADA.CHRISTIAN V 

MOORE.ROBERTJ 

MOYNIHAN.BRIAN D 

MULCAHY,D NATHANIEL 

MURPHY,ROBERTP 

NESTOR.CIL\RLENE C 

NGUYEN.DUNG VAN 

NGWU,PASCHALC 

NLEBGWA.VUSANIL 

NOAILLES.CLAUDEE 

NOWLAN.D. AARON 

NUALPRING,SURACHET . 

NYERJENNYM 

NYSTROM.AUDREY S 

ONODUGO,EMEKA F 

PAGE.ALIDRAL 

PALETSKY,BENJAMIN H 

PALMER,MARC-ANTHONY 

PASKE,JUSTINM 

PATEL.NEHALP 

PIERCE.THOMASJ 

PIERPONTJAMES R 

PIRZADAJsIAHDIA 

PnTA,KIRKP 

POON.STANLEY LUEN 

PORTH.BRYANJ 

QUICK.MARKA 

RAMOS.VICENS E 

RAY,PATRICKA 

RHEINHEIMER.DAVID E 

RFVARD.MARCJ 

RIVNAY.ROEY 

ROBERTSON.DEREK T 

ROSOSHANSKY.GUY 

ROY,FREDDY 

RUDICK,THOMASC 

RUSIECKI.BRL\NA 

RYAN.TERENCEE 



SALES,CAROLYN A 

SANTOS.MICHAEL 

SCELFO.ANDREWJ 

SCHUMANN,KEITH T 

SCREEN,KRISTIN L 

SHARMA,NAVINDRA R 

SHOMAN,TARAP 

SHWERT.KATY M 

SIROIS.DAVIDE 

SJOSTEDT,KURTD 

SMITHJACOB F 

SMITHJEREMYR 

SOBOLESKI.JOHNW 

SQUIRES,FREDERICK A 

ST LAURENT.STEVEN J 

STOKES.NORMANA 

STOVER,PERRYL 

SULLIVAN.DAVIDB 

SULLFV ANJONATHAN P 

SUMOROK.DANIELM 

SUSANTO,FERDIAN O 

SYLVANDER.MARC P 

TALBOT.CRAIGJ 

TANG,XIANGYU 

TARDIF.KENNETHJ 

TATOSIAN.DANIEL A 

TERESO.NELSONG 

THOMAS,OAKLEYP 

THORPE.CHRISTOPHER A 

TOPORJEFFREYA 

TORRAO.CRESTINA C 

TRAN.TRUONGD 

TUDRYN.DONALD JR 

ULLIAYDIN.TUNA 

VARNEY,NYSSAA 

VEIGA.PERIANDROJ 

VEILLEUX.NICOLEH 

VILSAINT.FRANKLIN 

WALTERS.CAREY L 

WARD.EMILYA 

WARZECKI.TODDM 

WHITE.RUTH E 

WHITLEY.MATTHEW J 

WING.LAURAJ 

WOHLANDER.JAKE T 

WOLAN,ANDREW W 

WONG.CALVINK 

WOODWARD.BRIAN W 

YAZBECK.RICHARD D 

ZANCHFEDWARDJ 

ZICHELLE.KATHRYN E 

ZUBENKO.IGORV 

ZUBICZORAN 



School of Manoffefnent^ 



ADAMS,M1CHAELJ 
AKKAD,SALONIJ 
ALFRED.PIERREQ 
ALI,MOFL\MMED M 
ALPERT,ADAME 
AMJAD,FAHAD PERWAIZ 
AMORUSO.MATTHEW P 
ANDERSON.KEVIN M 



ANDERSON.S SCOTI 
ANDRADE.CIPRIANO M 
ANTWI.SAMPSONY 
APPEL.BRIANJ 
ARAKIDA.GO 
ARAUJOJOSEM 
ARSENAULT.THOMAS J 
AUCOIN.YAEL 



BAKER.JENNIFERE 

BASS.STACEY M 

B ATSTONE.MEREDITH L 

BEAUREGARD.DERICK F 

BECHET.CHRISTINE M 

BECKER.ALYSSAA 

BELAND,EVANJ 

BELTIS,GREGORYN 



m 



168 Class of 2001 Graduates 



Class tyfTJDOl Gh^nates 



BHOJWANIJNJISHANT 
BINNS.EMILY M 
BIRNB AUM.ELAINE SUZANNE 
BLAIS.LEOJ 
BLAISDELL.DANIEL J 
BLAKE.MICHAELP 
BOHANJASOND 
BORSETn.KARENG 
BOSKA.JOND 
BOUCHARD.KATHRYN M 
BOURBEAU.KELLY M 
BOUTIN.KYLENEL 
BRANNIGAN,MARK D 
BRASS,DONALDE 
BRENNAN,CHRISTOPHER J 
BRIGGS.NICHOLAS E 
BRINDLE.SCOTTR 
BROWN.AMANDAL 
BROWNJONATHAN T 
BROWN,MELISSA 
BROWNE.KELLYS 
BRYERJASONA 
BUIHENRYT 
BURNS.JESSICA E 
BURT.NICOLEC 
BURTON,MICHAELJ 
BYERS.STEPHENR 
CABRALES.FERNANDO J 
CABRERA.OLIVIAP 
CAPASSCRACHAEL A 
CARBONE.ROBERTJ 
CARDULLO,JUSTIN W 
C ARMICHAEL.HEATHER E 
CARSONJOSEPHR 
CELENTANOJULIE M 
CENTEIO.CARLA B 
CHADWICK.CORINNE M 
CHAN,EDMUND YONG ANN 
CHAN.STANLEY 
CHANA.RAVINDERPAL S 
CHASE.CORY M 
CHEN.STEPHEN 
CHEN.WILLIAMW 
CHINES.JESSICAK 
CHO.ELIZAH. 
CHOI.CHUNG-CHING 
CHRISTOS.NICHOLAS G 
CHUNCDANIELT 
CIERNIAK,DOUGLAS D 
CIOCH,APRILP 
CISZEWSKI,JEFFREY J 
CLARK.GAVINN 
CLARKE.MEGAN E 
CLARKSON,KATHRYN M 
CLEARY.MELISSAR 
COCHRAN.TYLERW 
CODERRE,MCOLEM 
, COGLIANO.MATTHEWJ 
COHEN,BRYAN D 
COHEN.MELISSAJ 
C0LE1TA,MICHAEL A 
COLLAZO.CATHERINE 
COLON,IVETrE 
COMMITO.CHRISTE^A R 
CONNOLLY.MARK S JR 
CONROY,KELLYE 
CONWA Y.MEG AN P 



CORMIER.COURTNEY E 

CORR.MINDYL 

CORREDOR.ANDRES 

COSTA.NICOLEM 

COTE,SARAHJ 

COTLIER.SOL S 

COUGHLIN,MEREDITH A 

CRAFTS.JONATHAN H 

CRUGER.STACEY A 

CRUZ,EVELYN 

CRYAN.BRENDANJ 

CLrLLINANPATRICLA M 

CUNNINGHAM.MALISSA A 

D'AGOSTINO.THOMAS M 

D' ANDREA.MICHAEL G 

DAIGLE.NICOLEM 

DANDO.COLLEENE 

DANEK.CARRIEL 

DANIE,ALLISON M 

DAVIS.CHRISTINAM 

DELAND.NINAH 

DEMARCO.VANESSA M 

DESCHAINE.MICHELE K 

DEVOE.JAMES M 

DEVOY. ANNEX 

DIAZJORGER 

DIMARZIO.DEANA 

DINAN,KERR1A 

DIOGUARDIJOSEPH R 

DIRrENZO.DANIELR 

DIZEK.CHADA 

DOANE.TIAY 

DOMBROFF.BENJ AMIN J 

DOOS ALEXANDRA I 

DORAYJASONA 

DOVE,DAVIDM 

DOWER.KRISTYL 

DRISCOLL.LINDS AY N 

DUBE.JARRETTH 

DUDA.GREGORYC 

DULCHINOS.GEORGE P 

DUNLAP,LAUREN M 

EARLEJAMES M 

EARLS.TIM M 

ELLARD.JENNIFER L 

ELLISONJAMIES 

EPPINGER.MATTHEW F 

FADEM.ZACHARYR 

FAHEY.MEGANR 

FAIELLA.MARENL 

FARNHAM,NOAHN 

FASSIO,ANTHONYJ 

FENSTADJONATHAN D 

FERRUOLO.ASHLEY C 

FEUILLY.TRACEY L 

FILLMORE,S ANDRA A 

nSHERJESSICAJ 

^SHER.KE^fNETHR 

FLANNERY.CINDY M 

FLEBOTTE.DAVIDP 

FLIBOTTJAMES A 

FLYNN.GREGORY S 

FLYNN.SARAJ 

FOLTA.AMYQ 

FORTIN,KRISTENM 

FRAZER.MICHAEL W 

FREEMAN,AMYJ 



FRENCH,AMANDA R 
GABRIELLLKEITHJ 
GAGNON,AMY ELIZABETH 
GARVINJULIEE 
GATES.DANELW 
G AUTHIER.MICHAEL A 
GEDDES.WILLIAM J ffl 
GEEHAN.GREGORY C 
GENDLER.BENJAMIN N 
GENDRON.BRYANP 
GENECE.JIM C 
GERRISH,RACHAEL A 
GHIRINGHELLI,MARTIN A 
GIFKINS.COLINB 
GIROUARD.TIMOTHY E 
GLAWISCHNIG.PETER J 
GLAZER,AMANDAK 
GLEASON.DANIELLE M 
GLUCKSON.LISAT 
GODDARD.KRISTID 
GOLDMAN JONATHAN G 
GOMEZJORGED 
GONZALEZ.RODOLFO M 
GO0DE.KEVINP 
GORDONJASONB 
GOSSELIN.AMYM 
GRECO.KELLYA 
GREENBERG.SARAH R 
GREENER.WILLIAM E 
GRIFFIN.MATTHEW T 
GRIN ARMLJ AMES F 
GROSSMAN,EVANT 
GROSSMCKLE,NICHOLE M 
GROVER.KIMBERLY A 
GUHAROY.CHIRANTAN 
GUSH.DOUGLASJ 
HAGAR.CHRISTOPHER W 
HALL,TIMOTHY 
HALLERAN.TIMOTH Y M 
HANNIGAN.KELLYJ 
HARRINGTON,NICOLE C 
HARRIS.MICHAELA 
HAYES.JESSICA 
HENDERSON.ANTHONY R 
HERBERT.CHRISTOPHER P 
HERGET.LISAA 
HERNANDEZ.ERIC A 
HERRERAJOAQUIN A 
HERSHEY.JONATHAN J 
HIGGINS.BRIANC 
HIRSCHENBAUM.ALI M 
HO,CAROLINEA 
HOCKMAN JEFFREY E 
HOLMES .RANDALL C 
HOLT.WILLIAMBJR 
HONG JENNIFER M 
HORG AN.AMANDA R 
HURST.FREDERICK A JR 
HUTTON,MARCA 
ILINITCH.SHAWNM 
ILMCK Y.CHER YLR 
IRWIN.DAVIDMJR 
ISENBURG JONATHAN P 
JACOBS.: AMES M 
JESNESS.CHRISTINA M 
JOHNSON.LISAM 
JOHNSON.NICHOLAS F 



Class of 200 1 Graduates 1 69 ^ 

aiHASS 



Class of 2JD01 Graduates 



JONES,RUDOLPHA 

JOYCE,BRIAN A 

JOYCE.MICHELLEM 

KACHOOGIAN.MAY L 

KAEPPEL.HEIDIR 

KAMDAR.SANDBPN 

KARCH,AMANDAP 

KARPEN.ILYSEM 

KAWAMURA.SHUHEI 

KAWASAKIJCOJI 

KEATINCJEFFREY D 

KELLEY.ERINE 

KELLY.CHARLES M 

KERKADOJOELLEC 

KIMJOSEPHJ 

KING.MATTHEWJ 

KEMNEEJOHN R 

KCDAVIDT 

KOCH,LUCYV 

KOENITZER.RYAN M 

KORANTENG.PRISCBLLA A 

KRAUSEJOHNJ 

KRAUT,DEVINN 

KUBA.SURAKSHA 

KUCHTA JANET L 

KUSHNER.HILLARY M 

LABOMB ARD.MARGARET J 

LAFAYETTE,PAULR 

LAFRANCE.MICHELLE A 

LAGOR,CLINTONP 

LAGSTEIN.ERIC M 

LAMOUREUX.CHRISTINA M 

LANDENBERGER.MICHAEL D 

LANGER,JILLIAN B 

LATTIZZORI. ANTHONY J 

LAVELLE,MATTHEW J 

LE.KATE ANHTUYET 

LEBLANC.AMBERJ 

LEBLANC.MARKA 

LEE,EUNICE 

LEE,HYUNIK 

LEE,KATHLEENM 

LEE.WAIH 

LEER.JEFFREY C 

LEITCH.SUSHENES 

LEITER.ADAMD 

LENZI.ORIETTA E 

LERIT.MITCHELJ 

LEVERONE.CHRISTOPHER A 

LEVINJEREMY M 

LEYDERER.ZOYA 

LI.BRANDON H.Y. 

LffiERMAN.DAWN A 

LIENGJADEN 

LIN.CHIAOYU 

LIN.HUIY 

LO,YUFEI 

LOURENCCMICHELLE 

LOVELYJOANNA JOY 

LOZEAU.TIMOTHY M 

LUCEY,MARKJ 

MA,SAMUEL 

MACKEY.BRIDGET A 

MACKEY,JESSICAE 

MACQUADE,BRIAN P 

MADIGANJOHNR 

MAHESHWARY.VISHAL 



MAHONEYJOHNP 

MAI,LET 

MAILHOIT.AMYS 

MAKOWSKY.COLBY S 

MAN.KWOKWAI 

MAN.LEWIS F 

MANTLER.KENNETH E 

MARSH.JAREDA 

MARTINOJOSEPH M 

MARUCA.MICHAEL 

MASINCDAVIDV 

MASON,ANGELAR 

MAZZA.JEFFREYJ 

MAZZA.MICHAELF 

MCCARTHY,KATIEJ 

MCCARTHYXAURA DRISCOLL 

MCCOO,LAURIEE 

MCCORMICK.TREVOR F 

MCDONOUGHJOHN W 

MCELROY.BRIAN M 

MCGRATH.ALYSS A A 

MCPECK.MATTHEW W 

MEHTA.MAHIMA 

MENDELSONJENNIFER S 

MERCEDES.JOSE S 

MERCURI.MICHAEL A 

MILLERJENNIFER A 

MISffiWICZ.LAURAS 

MITZKOVITZ.TARA L 

MOLOVINSKY.ARIJ 

MONTEIRO.RAULA 

MONTOUT.FABIOLA 

MOOS.S ERIC 

MORAL.ANDREA M 

MORAL.TITINAM 

MORAN.RUSSELL 

MOREIRA.STEVENC 

MORIARTY.SAMR 

MORn.HIDEOMI 

MORRISSEYJOHN J JR 

MOSKOWITZ.MICHAEL N 

MOVALLI,CHADD 

MO Y.KATHLEEN L 

MOY.TINA 

MRUGALA.DANIELJ 

MULDOON.THOMAS F 

MURPHYJOHND 

MURPHY.KATHLEEN E 

MURRAY.CAITLIN T 

MURRAY.MEGHAN M 

MURRAY.STUARTP 

NACHACZEWSKI.KRISTINE 

NAGLACKJODYP 

NAJJAR,ADAMK 

NAVAB,JUNE 

NEWMAN.JOSHUAE 

NGBOKOLI,SHAWN A K 

NGUYEN.ANHB 

NGUYEN.CHINHT 

NGUYEN.KIMMY THU 

NGUYEN.VUONGH 

NICHOLAS.STEVEN G 

NILSEN,MICHAELP 

NOVOTNY.EDWARD G ffl 

NOWICKJ.ANDREWT 

NYER.EMILYL 

NYLEN.JENNIFERA 



0'DETTE.JOSHUAE 
0"NEIL,CAITLIN M 
0"NEILL.JILLIANC 
OTOOLE,DIANAK 
OFORI.YVONNE 
OKRAH,NAN A TWUM 
ORTOLANOJAMIE L 
OSTROFSKY.CATHERINE A 
OVALLES,NELSON 
OWUSU,BENJAMINK 
PACMCOJINKEEK 
PAINE JAMIE J 
PAPINO WOOD.GEORGE E 
PARAGOT-RIEUTORT.CHRISTIAN M 
PAREJUSTINR 
PARZIALE.RACHEL L 
PAU JANET Y 
PAUL.CHRISTOPHER G 
PEARCE.MARY E 
PEETZ.STACEYN 
PELLEGRINO.JENNIFER M 
PERALTA.ESLOVENIA D 
PEREIRA J ACLYNE A 
PERRY.KIMBERLEY A 
PESCATORE.MICHAEL D 
PETERS.ALFRED C 
PETERSON.HEATHER A 
PETRERA.YAAKOV S 
PFEIFFER.ERIN K 
PICCIOLI.SARAHM 
PICCO,PETERA 
PICCUIRRO.MARC K 
PIEROZZI.CHRISTINA M 
PINZUR.NOAHA 
PISCO J AY F 
POLANCO.ANAA 
PONTEJOSEPHM 
POTTER.BRIAN K 
POULOS.CHRISTOPHER J 
PRAPPASJOANNA 
PRATT.CASSANDRA G 
PRESTA,ANTHONY P 
PRICE.CHRISTOPHER D 
PRISINZ7\N0.THERESA M 
PROVENCHER.STACY D 
PSZENNY.RICHARD C 
PLILLIA.GREGORYT 
PUMPHREY JUSTIN K 
PUNWANI.RICKYS 
PUTTERMAN.RUSSELL J 
QUINLAN.KYLEM 
QUINN.MAIREAD 
RACHEOTES.LEXXIE A 
RAFELSON.PAULS 
RAYMOND.ANDREW N 
REGAN.AMIL 
REIMER.STEPHEN N 
REYES.MARIO I 
RICHARD,TIMOTHY R 
RIEHLE.MICHAELF 
ROBINSONJASON M 
ROBINSON.MELISSAJ 
RODGERS.DECORTIR 
ROMAN.DENNIS R 
ROMERO.MELINDA M 
ROSARIO JONATHAN D 
ROSENTHAL.ERIC D 



Pi 



170 Class of 2001 Graduates 



Class of 2JD01 ^Hxhttes 



ROSS,ANDREWS 

ROTHENBERG.DAVID A 

ROUILLARD,RYANS 

ROUX,SARAHE 

ROZANTES.EVANC 

RUSS,LAURENB 

SACHS,JESSICAL 

SAMOLEWICZ.TODD M 

SANCHEZ MONTES DE OCA.OLIVER G 

SCARMEAS.VICTORIA M 

SCHAFER.SEANM 

SCHLESINGER,LINDSAY M 

SCHOFIELD.MARNIJ 

SCHOMAN,JEFFREY M 

SCOTT,BRIANP 

SEVERO.ROBERTF 

SHANLEY,KAITLIN S 

SHEA.VERONICALIN 

SHEPARD.DEREKP 

SHERXEEM 

SHERAK.BRETE 

SHONAK,KYLEC 

SPrWACHMAN,MATTHEW W 

SEGEL.EVANS 

SIEGELJOSHUAB 

SIGMAN,MYLES D 

SIN,VANNOCH 

SINGH,AMRITRAJ 

SLATKEN.JEREMYG 

SMITH,BRIANL 

SMITH,MELISSAS 

SO,LANSZE 

SOKOLOWSKI.LAUREN A 

SOULIERE.ADAME 

SPINCTIMOTHYJ 

SPEMOLA.ADERITOB 

STDON,LISAL 

STPETER,LISAANN 

STAKELJEFFREYB 

STAKER,MARISAE 



STANTON,WEND Y A 

STAVROS.NICHOLAS A 

STEIN.RICHARD M 

STORY,ANDREW D 

SULLIVAN.BRENDAN M 

SULLrVAN,CHRISTOPHERD 

SULLIVAN.MICHAEL J 

SUNDLIN,ROBERTT 

SUPRENANT,AARON M 

SUZUKI.TAKAHITO 

SWAIN.DARREN S 

TAMBERINO.MICHAEL B 

TASHMAN.DAVTOA 

TATA,JILLW 

TAYLOR. ASHLEY D 

TETA.MICHAELJ 

TEXEIRAJEREMY M 

THOMAS.NATHANR 

TIBBETTSJONATHAN A 

TOBIN.MELISSA A 

TORRES,RAMONA 

TORRES.ROBERTO F 

TRAIGER.MATTHEW B 

TRAN,DAIS Y PHUONG 

TRAN.TONYQ 

TREDINNICKAMYA 

TRIEU.STEVEN 

TRIPP.JAMES S 

TRUONCTHUYT 

TSISSIOS.COSTANDINOS 

TURAY.N'MAMA 

TYRRELL.KATRINA L 

UDOMTHONGKASEM.ALISARA 

UMSTOT.SCOTTC 

URKLINSKI.ELLEN S 

UZGIN,ALEXV 

VALENTE,WILSONA 

VALES.HYDNP 

VALME,PATRICKG 

VANJURA,STEFANJ 



VAN VALKENBURG,MARY K 

VAUGHAN.RYANC 

VERSAILLES.CHRISTINAJ 

VEY.HILARY E 

VINCENT,LAURAA 

VISZLA Y,STEPHANIE A 

VO,THAOT 

VOLK,KEVINH 

VUTRANO.STEPHAN M 

WAGNERJASON D 

WAINIO,GERALDJJR 

WALLACE.SHANNON A 

WALSH.MAUREENA 

WALSH,THOMASJ 

WALTERS,DONNAE 

WANG.DANIELC 

WAYNEJOSHUAR 

WEISBERCBILLBES 

WEISS JEFFREY A 

WHEELER,NOAHR 

WOJTKIELO.STEPHEN M 

WONG.CHRISTINAY 

WONCDANNYW 

WOO.KEVING 

WOODJESSICAL 

WOODS.RYAN D 

WYNNE.STEPHENM 

YAGUDIN.OSNAT 

YAN .PHILLIP W 

YANG.HYOJA 

YEE.PETER 

YOUNG.MELISSAC 

YVON,JACKR 

ZAGER.LEEA 

ZAMZOW.CHRISTOPHER R 

ZHU.WENDY 

ZURFLUEH.ERIKAH 

ZWIRNER.TORBERT K 



School of Mtn-sfriff 



ADAMS.STEPHANIE L 
BARTON.EMILYA 
BELIVEAU.CARLY A 
BOULANGER,NICOLE M 
BOWIE,JANEA 
BRADY.KAYEA 
BREI.MICHELLEN 
CASEY,JENNIFER 
CLARK.SARAHJ 
COUCHON. VALERIE F 
, COURNOYER.JENNAL 
j CRANE,JAMIEL 
' DALEY.BRONWENM 
DAVIS,MEGHANR 
DELCORE.CHRISTTNE E 
DEMETRI.TONIM 
DORAZIO.GINAM 
DRENNAN,JENNIFER A 
DUFFY,ALISONE 
, DUVAL,EDILMAM 
i ELDER.MEREDITH F 
FALCETTI.THOMAS D 
FERNANDES,EDUARDA G 



FOLEY.HEATHERL 

FOSTER,KELLIEA 

FRANCISJACQUELYN L 

GEIGER,AMELIEE 

GUENETTE,JENNIFER L 

HAMEL,MARY-EILEEN 

HANLON,JESSICA L 

HENAULT.STACEYC 

HINDLEY.RYANNEE 

JOHNSON.TARAE 

JONES.DANIELD 

KANE,EILEENM 

KILSHAW.CATHERINE A 

LAMB .ELAINE R 

LAVOIE.JESSELEE 

LEGEYT.JENNIFER A 

LOPER.COURTNEY M 

LYNCH.KATHLEEN A 

MARTINS.ISABELC 

MAVROIDES.MELISSA A 

MICHERONE.ROBIN 

MIKKILA,LAURAE 

MILO.AMY M 



MORRISSEY.JAYME E 

MURRAY.ERIN M 

NICKERSON.KERRI-LYN 

O'NEIL.MEAGHANJ 

PARADISE.KOLLEEN 

PAULO.SARAHF 

POLLICK.JULIEB 

PROTO.TIFFANYA 

PROVOST.CHRISTOPHER J 

RAMMER.KARYNJ 

RING,JONATHANP 

ROSATONE.MARIAE 

ROUFOGALIS.ANDREA 

RUTKOWSKISARAA 

SARGENT.REBECCA J 

SCANLON.DENISEL 

SPANGENBERG.EMILY C 

STRATTON .JENNIFER J 

UHRIG.STEPHANIEA 

WAYNE,JACOB H 

WESTLEY,JUSTINEA 

WHELANJOHANNA 



Class of 2001 Graduates 171 



CJassof200i G^nates 



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AL HADDAD.JEANAN S 
ALFONSO.CHRISTINA L 
ALVARENGA.KRISTIN L 
ALVES.SUZANAM 
ANDERSON,BECKYS 
ANTINARELLI,CRYSTAL D 
ARCHAMB AULT.JENNIFER L 
AZINGER.RYAN M 
BASSETT,HARLEYJ 
BENNETT.CHADWICK R 
BENOIT.KRISTENA 
BENSON,SUZANNE M 
BERGAMO,LAUREN B 
BERTHIAUME.AYN L 
BLACK.SUSANE 
BLEDSOE.MARCUS A 
BLOOM.ALLISONJ 
BOLLEN, AMANDA J 
BOWMAN.CHRISTINA E 
BROOKS,LEEA 
BURDETT,NOAH I 
BURK.MELISSA M 
BURKE.JENNIFERR 
CAND AGE.TAMMEE L 
CARDILLO.GERALD S JR 
CARON.CHRISTOPHER E 
CARON.MELISSAJ 
CATALONI.CHARLES T 
CHUN.WILLIAMJR 
COCO.CHRISTINEN 
CONNORS.KATHLEEN E 
COX,CHRISTrNEA 
DACEY.SARAHE 
DESOUSA.SONIAC 
DETOMMASO,DONNA A 
DEVIRIAN.TARAA 
DIBIANCA.MICHELLE E 
DIEHL.AIMEEL 
EMERSON,AMYE 
ENG,MARGARETM 
FIKHMAN,MARAT 
FIX.SARAHC 
FRAGALA.MARENS 
GAFFNEY,AIDANH 
GIARRUSSO.NICOLE M 
GONZALEZ.SONIAI 
GOODLISS,DANIELLE S 
GOOSSENSJENNIFER A 
GORDON.ALYSONG 
GORNEAULT,NICHOLAS A 
GOULET.CHERIEM 
GUARCIARIELLOJAMES A 
HALL.DANIELLEV 
HALLORAN.SARAH A 
HANBY.CARAL 
HARDY,JACQUELINE 
HASSON.REBECCAE 
HATHAWAY.DIANE L 
HOURICAN.FATRICIA L 
HULL,JENNIFER M 
HULT.MELISSAJ 
HURLEYJOSEPHINE M 
JEFFRIES,CARRIEA 
KATSARKAS.TINA 
KING,STEPHANIEA 



KORBUT.SARAHA 

KOZAK,ANDREAR 

LANNA.KARENM 

LAPOINTE.LISAM 

LAPRADE.LISAJ 

LAWSON.COLLEENJ 

LEE.COLLEENJ 

LEHMANN .NICHOLAS J 

LEIBOWTTZ JENNIFER M 

LEONARDO.CRAIG 

LESSARD.ELIS ABETH D 

LEVESQUE.WENDYJ 

LEVINE.ALYSEL 

LEVY,ELIZABETHL 

LIALLISON HONG 

LILLJEQUIST.MILES H 

LINTON,SARAHE 

LOCKH ART. JEANNE C 

LOMBARDI.ANDREA L 

LOPEZ.MARISOL 

LYNCH.JULIEA 

LYONS.LAURAJ 

MAGLIONE.ALICIA 

MAHONEY.MARIEE 

MASON.STACEYD 

MASTROVITO.AMY A 

MCCONE.ALISSA 

MCCORMACK.ERIC M 

MCKENNA.CHRISTOPHER J 

MCMAHON.MEGAN C 

MERKLE.SHALEEM 

MICHALLYSZYN.CHERYL A 

MOCO.GINAM 

MOECKEL COLE.STEPHANEE A 

MOODY.LALIRIA 

MORAND.NICOLEA 

MOSS.JENNTFER N 

MUI.LAIKAM 

MULWITZ.LAUREN A 

MURPHY.JESSEI 

NAZARIO.SUZZETTE M 

NICKERSON.MORG AN T 

NrrCHKE.JEANNINE M 

O'LEARY.BRIANJ 

O'ROURKE.SARAHC 

ODABASHIAN.REBECCA 

ORTELLI.DAMIANE 

OUELLETTE.JASON M 

PACETTI.ELIZABETH A 

PANAGIOTOPOULOS.IOANIS V 

PARKINGTON.JASCHA D 

PARSLOW.DIANEL 

PERCY.CARLA L 

PEYTON.MYRAM 

PONCHICK.ADAMJ 

PONTES.LISAA 

PRAGLUSKI.SARAJ 

PROPHETE.KARLR 

PSZENNY.JILLM 

QUATTRUCCI.DAWN M 

RAMIREZ.CHERYLN 

RAMOS,PATRICIA 

RILEY.DANIEL I 

RUSS.ELIS ABETH- ANNE R 

SALVATELLLKRISTI L 



SANTON.S AMANTHA M 

SCHIAVONI.KATHRYN A 

SCHMIDT.KRISTENE 

SELLMAN.STEPHANIE S 

SEMIDEI.MILITZA 

SEPULVEDA.ELAINE M 

SERONICK.MARCI L 

SKINNER.JONIL 

SORRENTINO. ALYCIA N 

STECKER.FELICE 

STENGEL.ERICA M 

STONE.GREGORYC 

SUAREZ.JUANA 

SUROZENSKI.LISAM 

SWEATT.PAULF 

SZADO.CRAIGM 

TASCON.CLALroiAP 

TAYLOR.CATHERINE P 

TEPPER.RANDIN 

THEBERGE.CHRISTOPHER S 

THIBOUTOT.JONATHAN P 

THOMPSON.JLILrEM 

TOOMEY,JENNIFER M 

TYNAN.KAITLYNH 

VARGHESE,SUSAN 

WEBB.MATTHEWT 

WEBEL.KIRSTI A 

WEXLER.DARCIEE 

V^1LK.MEAGHANB 

WYNN.KELLYS 

YEAGLE.JASONE 

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Letter From The Chancellor 




Dear Graduates, 

The Trustees, faculty, and staff of the University of Massachusetts salute the | 
great accomplishments of your class, the class of 200 1 . 

The 4,000-plus members of your class come from thirty four states and twenty [) 
one countries; range in age from sixteen to fifty seven, earned degrees from sixty 
departments and interdisciplinary programs, majoring in eighty five subject areas. 
Some eight hundred students studied in other countries; eight percent of this class 
graduated from the Honors Program, and thirty percent of those who entered as ai 
freshman participated in first-year learning communities. 

There was much to celebrate in your four years: Commonwealth College, 
the state's public Honors College was established on campus; a new Computer Sci- 
e/7ce building opened; the Center For Teaching received national recognition; a new 
award-winning logo was developed leading to a stronger image for the University; 
Campaign t/Ma^^ concluded one year early raising over 130 million dollars; ninety 
eight percent of the buildings on campus were wired for a total of nearly 22,000 
internet connections; in 1998 the football team won the Division I-AA National 
Championship and in 1999, the Minutemen Marching Band -"The Power and Class 
of New England"- — ^won the Sudler Trophy, the most prestigious national band award. 
And the University was ranked among the top ten public Universities nationally in 
the value of your education for the cost. 

Commenting on the personal transfonnative power of education and the vital 
role of education in preserving our democracy. President John Fitzgerald Kennedy 
wrote: 

"Let us think of education as the means of developing our greatest 
abUities, because in each of us there is a private hope and dream 
which, fulfilled, can be translated into benefit for everyone and 
greater strength for our nation." 

For 2001 's graduates, UMass was where your hopes and dreams were shaped, 
nurtured, and catalyzed into actions. We celebrate your contributions to the Univern 
sity, this region, the Commonwealth, and the nation. Remember, while your UMass[ 
family extends around the world, you are always welcome back home. 

It has been a privilege to serve you and this University as Chancellor foi 
eight years, and as we leave the University together words of a popular song come to 
mind: I 

"We are the boat; we are the sea. ^ 

I sail in you; you sail in me. " 
Best wishes on all you voyages and come home to this UMass port often. 



David K. Scott 
Chancellor 



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UMASS 



Dear Emily:, 

Congratulations! 
We are so proud of 
you. 

Love^, 

Aunt Phyl, 

Uncle Tom, and 

Brittany 




To Our Brilliant and Beautiful Daughter 

Carolee Anne Hoover 

May Your Future Be as Bright As You Are. 

With Love From Your Very Proud Family, 

Mom, Dad and Laurel 

May 2001 



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VlilaCabulite, 

Apsv/eicamTev^iun 
nov^elam Te^ daudz 
baltudieninusodien 
skolu beidzot unTav/a 



gai5a nakotna! 
Mammina,Papin5, 

Pucite 



226 Friends, Family, and Community 



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Lori, 

You have worked hard these past four years or^d your dream to mature or^d help 
others has come to fruition, With your compassionate heart and l<ind loving ways, you will 
achieve even greater success, We are so veiy proud of you! Good lucl< in your future 
endeavors. 

Love always. 

Mom, Dad, and Bob 



Warm Congratulations 

to Kara Joan DoPaul. 

UMasfi Lax #25 

<HRTA> 

OurlovQ. XOXO 

Mom, Dad, Lady, Elmo, 

and "thg girls" 

2001 




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You've come a long way baby!!! And I have been so 
proud of you from the day you were born. 



Words alone cannot express the pride and 
joy we feel in our hearts on your graduation 
day. You are a very special person and we 
know you will succeed in reaching your 
goals! We love you and support all your 
dreams. Congratulations!! 

Love, 

Mom, Nicky, and Paul 



Family, Friends, and Community 227 



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CONGRATS 

TO THE MOST 

IMPORTANT ELEMENT: 

C La I Re Co He N 

WE LOVE YOU! 

MOM AND DAD 



6R€7!T JOB J7IY!!!! 

We wish you all of 
the happiness and 
success the future 
holds. . . 



.,^-1 With all our love, 
^ Mom, Dad, Evan, 
and Gram 




STEPHANIE AUBIN 




Steph, 



Congratulations on 4 great years at UMass. We ar e so i 
very proud of you and your accomplishements. As you 
move on to the next plateau of your life, may you 
always be blessed with good health, happiness, and 
good fortune. 

"To teach is to touch a life forever." 

GLBBLTHRMTLLYGBL 

Love, 

Nonno, Auntie Berta, Matt, Zak, and Jackie 



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Malissa, 

From your first day of school to graduation from 
college, you were excited and determined to do your 
very best. I want to congratulate you on an 
adventure "perfectly done"! I am so proud of you 
for all you have accomplished and the beautiful 
woman you have become. 1 love you. 
Mom 



CoMcjratulatioiii? Amy! 
\Ndve v^ry yvouA of you and .^11 that you \\a\e 
accomy\\eUeA 
Go yv\vei\o your Aveame aiiJ fiiiJ \\a\y\\]eee and 

i?U00c?tPl?. 

All our lovo. 
Mom, Pad, Krieton, and Val 




Malissa Ann Cunningham 




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and Community 



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Steff, 

We've Always Been 

Proud of you. Be Proud 

of Yourself- 

Love Mom, 
Dad & Timmy 



To Katie Villata ^01 

We are so proud of what you 

have achieved at UAAASS. 

May Graduation Day be just the 

beginning of a bright + happy 

future. 

3 Cheers! And Love 

Mom, Dad, and Stacy 



Veav Kachel 

V\/(?ll you Qot thoee months 
of t-h^ s/ear bahitid you. 
I oouUn't' be prouder. Juet 
contime what you're doiii0. You 
are one epecial lady. 
love your, 
mom 



Congratulations Dardel 
Way to go! We are so 
proud of you. 
Love Dad, Mom, 
Jonathan, and Stephanie. 



Friends, Family, and Community 229 



The morning sunrise 
A rainbow paints the sky 
The first winter snow 
Our first glance at your eyes 

You came into our world 
A beauty I might add 
You were Daddy's little girl 
And the bestgifi I ever had 

Independent fiom the start 

With a mind of her own 

Mastered developmental skills quite early 

All lessons well honed 

A keen sense of wisdom 
At such a young age 
People live a lifetime 
And barely reach that stage 

Someday you will be a mom 
Only then will you know 
Our children live in our hearts 
Each day as they grow 

With love and great care 
We teach values and respect 
We nurture, we worry, 
We cherish and protect 

From diapers to cap and gown 
From baby shoes to heels 
Our emotions are at an all-time high 
You can't imagine how this feels 

Where did those years go 

Our precious little one 

Cheerleading, jazz, field hockey and tennis 

We hope you had fun 



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But time marches on \ 
We enjoyed the parade 
In gifts fiom your heart 
Consider all expenses paid 

For this is one moment in time 

When parents reap rewards 

result of your persistence and fortitude 

It is you we applaud 

You have risen above 
All our hopes and expectations 
Focused and poised ■ 
We sing your praises with elation 

A woman of substance 
Secure in her decisions > 
Analyzes a situation 
With confidence and precision 

We feel blessed beyond belief 

With our college grad at our side 

We marvel at all you have achieved 

Our hearts overflowing with pride 

To your beautiful tomorrows 
May happiness greet you at each door 
May you know no sorrows ^ 
May your life be all you hoped for f 

Remember "Somewhere Out There" 

We will always be 

Your Daddy's little sweetheart 

And, a best friend to me 

LOVE AND GODSPEED, 
MOMMY and DADDY 




Dear Randi, 

Front the crib to college, we were always close in age, and although you will 
always be my little sister, with your warm heart and limitless compassion, 
you have always acted like a big sister. I cannot write the words to express 
the pride and admiration I have for you and for the spirited drive you have 
demonstrated to us all. Just know, I shall always be there to cheer you on as 
you use the qualities that make you so special to meet the challenges ahead, 
to attain your goals, and to fulfill your dreams. Love ya! 

With Love and Pride, 
Eric 



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230 Family. Friends, and Community 



Dear Randi, 

congra tula tions and lots of good 
luck and success in all of your future 
endeavors -just as you have 
accomplished throughout the last four 

YEARS. 

Loads of love, 
MeMa&PePa 


Pear Ranoi our beautiful Qranddaughter 

It seems like yesterday ti-iat you were 
born amp now we are here at your college 
graduation. vou turned out to be a 
ivonderful and talented young lady and 1 
cannot describe now very proud we are of 
YOU. May ALL your dreams and ambitions be 

FULHLLED. WE LOVED YOU THEN. TODAY. AND 
ALWAYS. 

Your Grandparents. 
Ma Ma & Pa Pa 


Dear Randi, 

Ma y all your dreams be as special as toda y, and 
may they all come true. you've grown up before our very 
eyes, and we are so proud as to what you've become. you 

AREA BEAUTIFUL GIRL INSIDE AS WELL AS OUT. Ma Y THE STARS 
ALWAYS BE AT YOUR FINGERTIPS, AND YOU SHOULD ALWAYS HAVE 
OPPORTUNTTY TO TOUCH THEM ALL. We LOVE YOU MORE AND 
MORE EACH day! 

j AuNTiEAND Uncle Lloyd 
' Dear Randi, 

Way TO GO.'/ Hugs AND KISSES, 

Samantha and Steven 


Congratulations Andreana 

With love and pride 

Dad, Mom, Katherine, and 
Leanne 


CongTatulations 

Adrienne Padjo 

We Are Very 

Proud Of You and 

We Love You. 

Dad and Laura 


Steph- 

We are all so very proud of 
you and your many accomplish- 
ments!! 

Congratulations Honey 
Love - Dad, Mom, Jay, Josh & 

Kim 


Justin Rudd 

Congratulations 
The Ball is in your court. 

We love you 
Grandma, Mom, and Bill 


Alyse, 

Congratulations on your graduation. 
We wish you success in achieving 
your goals. 

Mom & Dad 

Grandpa & Uncle Bruce 

Grandma & Aunt Mona 

Ian & Erin 

Damian 




Family, Friends, and Community 231 ^^ 



leather (§. ^Mulroy 



Warmest Congratulaiions and 

all our love. 



Mulroy, Scandaglia, Marrison, 

Ryan 



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minuies, nsi diems, 

(/ind in i/'s mh we\ie damned wii/ieui 

em hminf. 

Ou/ sliine noi ufisn ilie jeans, ns/t eUse ike 

eyes and eats 

J 31 in ilie daid ijsu /ind i/ffUft ssul 

si ill ^Imin^. 
- Justin Schwenk 




J^id ijsu saij i/iai ih.ie^s semeiliin^ leiiei 

awaiiin^ me jan awaf? u den'i know. 

I lease jusi si at/ and cJ fitsmise leiiei wodds 

is cme in all ej iliese iimes. 

- Happier, Justin Schwenk 
Stones for a Daw Travelina Matt 



We are proud of your achievements and excited by the infinite 
'something better' awaiting you in the not so distant far away'. 

May you always measure your Hfe in dreams! 

Congratulations on your Graduation! 
Mom, Dad, and Meredith 



Friends, Family, and Community 233 i^ 




Congratulations Hieu! 

May All Your Dreams Come True, 

We're So Proud of You! 

Love, 

Mom. Dad. and Tina 





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Christine A. Santos 



when you get the 

chance to sit it out 

or dance, I hope you 

dance! 

Love, 

Mom 




Dear Chris, 

Gocfs Blessings/ Congrats 
Good luck and best \A/ishes 
for the future. We are all 
proud of you. 
Love always. 
Mom, Dad, Greg, 
Nadia 



Dear Nathan, 

Poised for that fleeting moment, your image generates so many wonderful 

memories and proud reflections. For now. all the blue books are complete 

and you" re ready to use your talents in the next phase of your life. Your 

accomplishments have brought us great joy and we are so pleased with your 

success. 

All our love. 

Dad, Mom, Joshua, and your 

grandparents 




To our lovely daughter, Sarah Koske, 

We are so proud of you. You have always done your best and achieved much in your life. 
You have amazed us up to this moment, we can only imagine where you will go from here! 
Just remember ' ... in our hearts you will always be, forever young.' 
Congratulations and lots of love. 
Mom and Dad 



Friends, Family, and Community 235 



Christopher, 

May the road rise up to meet you 

May the wind always be at your back 

May the rain fall gently on your fields 

May the sun always warm your face 

May GOD hold you in the palm of his hand 



Dear Christopher, 

Be not afraid to take the road less traveled. 
For that is where you will make a difference. We 
also hope that when you get the chance to sit or out 
or dance in Ufe, that you will always dance. 

Love always, 

Mom & Dad, Dawn & Jeremy, Alexis & 

Makenzie, Ninny, David &Nathan, Terri & 

Hector, and Nana Silvio 



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Dear Kevin, 

"Climb every mountain, search high and low 
Follow every byway, every path you know. 
Climb every mountain, for d every stream. 
Follow every rainbow, till you find your dream." 

You've overcome many obstacles during the past four years 
and have grown along the way. We are so proud of all that 
you have accomplished. Keep working towards the goals that 
you have set for yourself. We know that you can do anything 
that you set your mind to. 
Mazel Tov on your graduation. 
Love, Mom, Dad, Josh, and Jordana 




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TISHLEY JANEL ROSE 

"Reach high, for the stars lie 
hidden in your soul 

dream deep, for every dream 
preceeds the coal" 

we're so proud of you! 
MOM, Dad, and Darby-Lee 





Liza Jul! Lucivero 



You light up every room 

You fill our hearts with joy and pride 

You fill our lives with love. 



Congratulations on all you have 
accomplished. 



All our love. 

Mom, Dad, and Ross 



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FAX (4 13) 549-1322 



AMHERST TOWING & AUTO PARTS 






For parts ask for Leon 



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N. AMHERST, MASSACHUSETTS 01059 





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Thank You for Your Business... 

and GOOD LUCK 

in all your andeavors. 



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P.O. Box 9674 * North Amherst, MA 01059 * 549-0933 



One Stop Shopping, Dining 
and Entertainment 



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Sodexho Marriott Services 

Northeast Region 

220 Washington Avenue 

Extension 

Albany. NY 12203 

518-464-1110 



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Amherst, MA 01002 

Tel (413) 549-0600 

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A-Z STORAGE RENTALS, INC. 



413-527-9640 




P.O. Box 628 Easthampton, Ma. 01027 

Three Convenient Locations On Rt. 10 

AZ I & III Easthampton/Northampton Town Line 

AZ II Easthampton/Southampton Town Line 



TuRLEY Publications, Inc. 

Printers & Publishers 



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AMHERST QUARRY 

1550 WEST ST. RTE. 116 

PO. BOX 421 

AMHERST MA 01 004 



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Gongratulations 
graduates 

Ken Lopez Bookseller 
51 Huntington 

Hadley 
413-584-4827 



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PELHAM AUTO PARTS 

Parts & Accessories For Imports 

1315 FEDERAL ST. 

BELCHERTOWN, MA 01007 

(413) 256-0457 1 -800-649-2497 

FAX (413) 256-4233 




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Div. of Pelham Industrial Group Ltd. 

1315 FEDERAL ST. 

BELCHERTOWN, MA 01007 

(413)253-9302 

Foreign Car Repairs Since 1972 



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250 WEST ST. 

LUDLOW, MA 01056-0342 



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Your Future Starts Now 

Schneider Automation Inc. is a leading manufacturer and worldwide marketer of high-technology 

Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC's) and Motion Control Systems used in process automation and industrial controls. 

The Company is headquartered in Nortli Andover, Massachusetts with engineering and manufacturing facilities 
in Raleigh, North Carolina, Sophia, France and Seligenstadt, Germany, with sales and service locations throughout 
North America, Europe and Asia and with representatives in over 35 countries. The Company serves electrical 
contractors, OEMs, commercial and industrial users and a variety of other industries all over the world, and derives 
an annual income in excess of 200 million. 



Computer Science 

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Marketing 

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Please send fax or e-mail your resume to: 

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One High Street, North Andover, MA 01845 

Fax:(978)975-9151 

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Volume CXXXII 



The Index yearbook is 243 pages published on 80 lb. paper. The binding is Smyth 
Sewn. The body font is Lynn and the headlines are "various" fonts throughout the book. The 
publisher is Walsworth Publishing, which is located in Maireline, Missouri. The representative 
from the company is David Roth. The senior pictures were taken by Davor Photography, which 
is located in Bensalem, PA. The representative form Davor is Neil Weidman. The business 
advertisements were collected by Scholastic Advertisment Inc. The representative for SAI is 
Andrew McKinnon. 

Sports pictures provided, in part, by the Media Relations Department of the UMass 
Athletics Department and Dan Santella. Pictures in the yearbook also provided by the Fine 
Arts Center. In The News pictures and copy provided by the Associated Press. 

The Index yearbook staff: The Index would like to thank the 

Editor-in-Chief - Hieu Nguyen following people for their support: 



Managing Editor - Sara Matousek 
Business Manager - Brian Kelly 
Marketing Manager - Kristin Stewart 
Advisor - Judy Gagnon 
Staff: 

WUliam Anderson 

Christine Beisheim 

Juliet Eranco 

Maggie Lee 

Diana Mogilevsky 

Brendan O'Meara 

Germain Petit 

Dan Santella 

Rebecca Saunders 

Ryan Trowbridge 

Matt Varley 

Kyla Warnock 



Allen Brainerd 
Jim Eldinghiun 
Andreana Griffin 
Michael McCarthy 
Michael Taugher 
Sheila Tunney 



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306 North Kansas Avenuu / Marceline, Missouri 64658 USA 



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