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Harry A. Sprague 
Library 

Montclair Slate 
University 






Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2010 with funding from 

Lyrasis IVIembers and Sloan Foundation 



http://www.archive.org/details/lacampana2006mont 



I Remember When 




MONTCLAIR STATE 




Montclair 

State 
University 

1 Normal 
Avenue 

Montclair, 
NJ 07043 



La Campana 2006 



2005 

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What will you remember about MSU? 



Through the years at Montclair 
State University, every student has 
had his or her share of unforgettable 
moments. Whether it's your involv- 
ement in an organization, the 
special person you met here, or just 
the everyday hassels of parking and 
residence life, you've undoubtably 
gained something from Montclair 
State University that you will never 
forget. What comes to your mind 
when asked 'What will you 
remember about MSU?' 

2006 



Go Red 
Hawks ! 




2005 








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College Hall 



With its Spanish 
colonial architecture, 
College Hall is the 
original building on 
campus. Built in 
1908, College Hall 
houses just a few 
classrooms in 
contrast to the many 
classrooms it held 
over ninety years 
ago. 

The bell tower atop 
this structure remains 
the icon of MSU. 




Student Center 




still home to the many 
organizations and 
services of the SGA, the 
Student Center continues 
to be the focal point of 
most student activities. 
Built in 1 972 with the 
annex added on in 1982, 
the building also houses a 
student cafeteria, the 
bookstore, ballrooms, the 
C-Store, and the ever- 
popular Rathskellar. 
Whether it is 2pm or 2am, 
the SC is always open for 
business. 



Calcia Hall 



Calcia Hall is dedicated to 
the first chairperson of the 
Fine Arts Department. Its 
halls are filled with student 
artwork. The lawn is 
covered by sculptures, and 
the building itself is 
decorated with sculpted 
placards, colored tiles and 
an intricately designed gate, 
all representative of the 
creativity and imagination 
which flows within its walls. 





Dickson Hall 



Dedicated to David W.D. 
Dickson, the first African- ^ 

American president of the 
University, in 1995. This four- 
story building is the home of the 
College of Humanities and Social 
Sciences. It holds departmental 
offices, a faculty lounge, and the 
Brantl Lecture Hall. Its most 
popular feature, however, is the 
Red Hawk Express lunch truck 
parked outside, where students 
can run to grab a bite to eat. 



Partridge Hall 



Partridge Hall was built in 
1 969 and renovated in 
1994. It is dedicated to E. 
De Alton Partridge, the third 
president of Montclair 
State, this building contains 
the School of Business. 
The first and second floors 
contain classrooms, 
computer labs and a 
lounge. The third and 
fourth floors house faculty 
and administrative offices. 




Richardson Hall 



Dedicated to Thomas H. Richardson, 
the fourth president of the University, in 
1 972. This three-story building contains 
laboratories, offices and classrooms, 
three computer labs and a learning 
resource center. 





Mallory/Flnley Hall 



Finley Hall was dedicated to 
Charles S. Finley, former Dean of 
INstruction, in 1957. Mallory Hall 
was dedicated to Virgil Mallory in 
1 963, former chairperson of the 
Math Department. Though 
Mallory's rooms serve students 
from different majors, Finley 's 
rooms are mostly dedicated to the 
natural sciences. 



Science Hall 



The Science Hall, 
dedicated on September 
24, 1 999 at the inauguration 
of President Susan A. Cole, 
houses the Department of 
Biology & Molecular 
Biology, and the Health 
Careers Program. 

The Margaret and Herman 
Sokol Science Seminar 
Room is also located in the 
Science Hall. 



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McEachern Music BuUdin: 




Dedicated to Edna McEachern, former 
chairperson of the Music Department, in 
1962. This building features a recital hall, 
a dozen private practice studios and two 
orchestral/choir rehearsal rooms. Its 
locker-lined halls have been noted to 
resemble those of a high school. 



Speech Buildin, 



Located next to 
Memorial 
Auditorium, this 
building contains 
classrooms, offices 
and studio theatre, 
which is home to 
many plays put on 
by the Theatre 
department.. 




Life Hall/Memorial Aud 



Life Hall is the home of the Theatre and 
Broadcasting departments. It contains 
dance studios and the Dumont TV 
Center. 

Situated in Life Hall is Memorial .^ 
Auditorium. Built in 1957, the AuditcxTum 
is dedicated to those students and alumni 
from the University who gave their lives 
for our country during the war. Memorial 
Auditorium is a multipurpose theatre with 
a seating capacity of l ,006, useful stage 
height, box office and lobby. ^^ 




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Sprague Library 



Dedicated in 1 963 to Harry A. 
Sprague, Xhe second president of 
the University. Tlie geograpliic 
center of the campus, the library 
contains over 1 .25 million items 
including books, periodicals, 
government documents, 
microforms, and media and offers 
access to a variety of electronic 



resources. 





Morehead Hall 



Dedicated to Allan C. 
Morehead, an alumnus and 
former professor, executive 
vice president and provost at 
the University. Used as a 
demonstration high school 
from 1929 to 1973, it is now 
the Academic Success Center. 



Gilbreth House 



Dedicated to Lillian 
Gilbreth, an efficiency 
expert in the field of 
engineering, in 1981. 
Gilbreth Hall is the home 
of Counseling and 
Psychological Services 
(CAPS) and helps 
students every day. 



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Kasser Theater 



The 500-seat Alexander Kasser 
Theater Building is four stories high 
and approximately 55,000 gross 
square feet. It is a multi-use facility 
for performances of drama, musical 
theater, dance, orchestral concerts, 
solo recitals and chamber opera. The 
facility also includes administrative 
space, offices, storage and support 
space. 



Chapin Hall 



Dedicated to the first president 
of the University, Charles S. 
Chapin, in 1928, it is one of the 
original buildings of the Montclair 
Normal School. This former j 
residence hall was completely 
renovated in 1 974 and is now an 
academic building. 





Panzer Gymnasium 



Once the Panzer College of 
Physical Education and Hygiene, 
Panzer Gym was dedicated to Henry 
Panzer, the Swiss-born gymnast, in 
1958. It houses classrooms for 
physical education majors and many 
gyms and a swimming pool, as well 
as a fitness room for student use. 
The football field can be found 
directly behind the gym. 



Alumni House 



The Alumni House is tne piace lor 
Alumni Association activities. It also 
maintains a full set of yearbooks. 



Global Education Center 



Established in 1991 , the Global Edua 
Center consolidates Montclair State 
University's international activities and 
programs. The Center administers study 
abroad, student and faculty exchanges, 
institutional linkages, international 
collaborations and much more. 



Construction and 
Engineering Services 



Architechtural and Engineering Sevices is 
located here. The department is focused 
on construction and planning, within the 
Division of Business and Finance. 



lAPC 



Alderdice House is the home of the 
Institute for the Advancement of Philosophy 
for Children. The Institute is the 
international Headquarters of the world- 
famous elementary/secondary school 
curriculum.. 



Bond House 



The Bond House is the location of the 
Development Office and the Vice President 
of institutional Advancement. The Van 
Riper/Bond House was built in 1872. It is a 
three story Victorian building originally built 
as a private home. 





children's Center 



The Children's Center is 
onw of the newest building 
on campus. It is a model of 
excellence in the inclusive 
early care and education of 
children from birth to six 
years. It also provides a lot 
of job opportunities for — 
students. *- 





Drop-In Center 



The Drop-In Center is a great place 
for students to stop in at any time of 
the day. Not only do they have peer- 
counseling, but they also provide 
stress relief classes. 



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Freeman Hall 



Dedicated to Grace Freeman, an 
alumna and a member of the State 
Assembly, in 1963. It is obviously 
from the '60s when you its brightly 
colored panels in the windows. 
Freeman has seven floors and 
also has a cafeteria. 





Russ Hall 



Dedicated to Edward Russ, former 
member of the State Board of 
Education, in 1914. It was originally 
built to be a residence hall, though later 
made an office building. In 97-98, it was 
returned to its roots and is once again a 
living establishment. Russ is also the 
home of Kops Lounge and the office of 
Undergraduate Admissions 



stone Hall 



Dedicated to John C. Stone, 
former mathematics chairperson 
and author, in 1955. Stone was 
originally the male-only residence 
hall on campus, but has been co- 
ed since 1 993. It has served as a 
residence hall for more years than 
any other on campus . 



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Blanton Hall 



Dedicated to Lawton W. Blanton, Jr., 
former dean of students, in 1982. Created 
1^ with a 'mail' atmosphere, or a jail 
' depending on how you look at it. Blanton 
tcm^ features an atrium with a cafeteria, glass 
' elevators, air conditioning, spacious 
lounges and quiet study rooms. 



Bohn Hall 



Dedicated to Harold C. Bohn, 
former chairperson of the English 
Department, in 1972. This high-rise 
co-ed dormitory houses 600 students, 
within 16 floors. Bohn was originally 
an all females residence hall. Bohn 
Hall is also home to the Office of 
Residence Life and has a beautiful 
view of NYC. 



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Webster Hall 



1 Dedicated to Edward H. Webster, 
former chairperson of the English 
Department, in 1962. Webster is the 
only single-sexed residence hall on 
campus housing about lOO 
women. One of the great things 
about Webster is the balconies on 
the second and third floors. 



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Clove Road Apartments 



Originally built only for temporary 
housing, ti^e Clove Road apartments 
are still standing, and still lived i, 
approximately twenty-five years later. 
These apartments are favored by 
many of its residents. It also has the 
perks of your own kitchen, living room 
and bath tub. 






The Village 
at Little Falls 



The Village at Little Falls is an 
apartment-style complex that consists of 
four residential buildings and a 
recreational/office building that contains a 
police substation. Some things that the 
Village offers to upper-class students are a 
half basketball court, an outdoor pool and 
a fitness center. But probably the most 
important amenity is the dishwasher. 




Floyd Hall Arena 



Floyd Hall Arena is the skating rink on campus 
that has not one, but two skating rinks. Both rinks 
are open to the MSU community and the public 
during certain times. The Arena is the home to 
many league hockey teams, as well as the Red 
Hawk Ice Hockey team. Clinics and instructional 
programs are also offered for anyone who wants 
to learn hockey and/or figure skating. 




Yogi Berra 
Museum/Stadium 



The Yogi Berra Stadium is located next 
to the Yogi Berra Museum which is home 
to a collection of memorabilia and special 
exhibits. The Stadium is home to the New 
Jersey Jackals minor league baseball 
team. The stadium seats over 3, lOO with 
room for an additional 4, OOO lawn 
seating. 




Red Hawk NJ Transit 

Parking Deck Parking Deck 



This parking deck is located 
next to the Kasser theater. 
Although it is more expensive 
then surface lots your car can 
never get snowed in. 



The NJ Transit Deck is where 
all freshman now have to park, 
no matter whether they are 
commuter or resident. It is 
located across from the Village. 




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The University Police Dept. is 
an autonomous, fully certified 
and operational law 
enforcement agency that 
serves New Jerseys second 
largest and fastest growing 
university. 



University 
Police 




The Red Hawk Diner is just 
that, a diner. Open twenty-four 
hours a day, seven days a 
week (it is debatable how true 
that is), they make some good 
milkshakes. The Diner is 
located across from the SC. 



Red Haw^k 
Diner 



Field House 



The field house contains two saunas, two exercise rooms 
with free weights and universal gym equipment, lockers and 
showers. This building is a support facility for the Softball, track 
and multipurpose fields. 




The Montclair State women's soccer team plays its seasons 
with its entire home schedule at the 1 , 1 OO-seat MSU Soccer 
Park at Pittser Field which was opened in 1998. 



MSU Soccer Park at 
Pittser Field 



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Sprague Field 



The 6,000-seat field is home to the 
MSU football team, women's soccer 
and field hockey teams. With its 
astro-turf grass and stadium lights it 
is a great place for a game. 






Women's 
Softball Stadium 



The stadium holds approximately 260 
seats made up bleacher type and 
stadium molded seats. The stadium also 
contains a press box, locker rooms, 
toilets, storage and concession area. 



student Recreation 

Center 





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Construction is underway of the new 76,951- 
square-foot Student Recreation Center, located 
on tine northeast end of the main campus. The 
Center will feature a six-lane swimming pool, 
locker rooms, two-court gymnasium with '^^ 
elevated running track, two racquetball courts, 
strength and cardio training areas, offices and a 
cafe. The two main buildings will be constructed 
with reinforced concrete and structural steel, 
and designed in the campus' Spanish-mission 
style architecture. The buildings will be 
connected via a glazed curtain wall entry space 
with terrazzo floors and a monumental 
staircase. ' 



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The crack of the bat as it connects with its 
round target. The clang of the rim just 
before the basketball swished home. The 
patter of the feet of the runner trying to pass 
the leader as the pack rounds the last corner 
of the race. The grunt of the athlete as he 
pins his opponent to the mat for the victory. 
The roar of the crowd in triumph, ..or the 
silence that accompanies the agony of 
defeat. 

Nothing has the ability to unite a campus 
the way sports do. 

SPORTS 

For proof of the excitement that sports can 
create, one need only to attend the 
Homecoming football game. The stands are 
almost completely packed, and a wave of 
excitement can be felt throughout the game. 

The athletes of MSU share common traits: 
dedication, school spirit, and the competitive 
drive. These students willingly promote the 
name of Montclair State throughout the 
region, while simultaneously unifying the 
campus. 

La Campana now proudly presents the 
athletes of Montclair State. 



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2005 Schedule & Results 

09/03-MSU 14 

lona 21 

09/17- Frostburg 17 

MSU 14 

09/24- Salisbury 27 
MSU 3 1 

10/01- Cortland 39 
MSU 14 

10/08- MSU 3 

Kean O 

10/15- Will. Pat. 16 

I MSU 26 

10/22- MSU 36 

West Conn. 13 



10/29-TCNJ 


14 


MSU 


21 


1 1/12- Rowan 


31 


MSU 


14 


1 1/19- Widener 


27 


MSU 


18 



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The Montclair State football team had 1 5 players selected, 
Including eight First-Team honorees as the New Jersey 
Athletic Conference announced its 2005 All-Conference 
Team. 

Backfield mates Ryan McCoach and Vin Varcadipane 
were named on the offensive side of the ball along with 
tight end Rob Domke. Defensively, seniors Morgan 
Burklow and Troy Bishop were chosen along with 
lineman Derrell Sapp. Kicker Vin Doffont and returner 
Jared Greenberg were named to the special teams unit. 

Senior offensive lineman Karim Paris was chosen Second- 
Team along with linebacker Sal Fama and cornerback 
Derrick Simmons. Quarterback Eric Ferriol, offensive 
lineman Kevin Michel, wide receiver Brian Reitmeyer and 
linebacker Fred DeFinis were chosen Honorable Mention. 




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The Cheerleaders of Montclair State University are an 
animated, enthusiastic squad of approximately 24 girls 
that cheer at football games, basketball games, 
competitions and special events for the university. These 
dedicated students represent the school while displaying 
spirit, leadership, and strength. 



MSU Cheerleading is part of Campus Recreation under the 
division Intramurals and Activities. 




Senior forward Jess Amendola and junior defender Justin 
Barbato were named First Team as the New Jersey 
Atlriletic Conference announced its All-Conference Team. 
MSU had six players on the 41 -player squad. 

Amendola and Barbato were joined by senior Kaylan Var 
Brookhoven and freshman Nicole Kogut, who were both 
named Second Team. Juniors Dara Nalven and Kristin 
Kuhmann were named Honorable Mention. 



2005 Schedule & Results 1 


09/03- Lynchburg 


3 


MSU 





09/04- Arcadia 


2 


MSU 


1 


09/ lO- Simmons 


3 


MSLT^ 


2 


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09/1 1- Bay Path 


O 


MSU^^Hi 


3 


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09/17-TCNJ 


5 


MSU 


2 


09/18-Ferrum 


O 


MSU 


2 


09/21- Will. Pat. 





MSU 


1 


09/24- Kean 


2 


MSU 


1 



09/26- NYU 

MSU 



09/28- NJCU ' 
MSU 

1 o/o 1 - Ramapo 
MSU 



2005 Schedme & Results 

1 O/O 1- Ramapo 1 

MSU 1 

10/05- Drew 3 

MSU O 

1 0/08- Stockton 1 



MSU - 




1 


lO/ 12- Stevens 




1 


MSU 







10/ 18- Moravian 




1 


MSU 




O 


1 0/20- Rowan 




o 


MSU 







10/22- Rutgers Cam. 


2 


MSU 




3 


1 0/26- Rutgers New. 





MSU 




1 


1 0/29- Stockton 




1 


MSU 


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1 




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Junior midfielder Bill Anthes and senior defender Mike 
Hogan were honored as the duo were selected to the 
National Soccer Coaches Association/Adidas NCAA 
Division III Metro All-Region Team. Both were named to 
the Second-Team. 



Anthes and Hogan were also named First Team for the 
New Jersey Athletic Conference's 2005 All-Conference 
Team. Junior forward Ryan Morgan was selected Second 
Team with senior Sean Horan being named Honorable 
Mention. 



2005 Schedule & Results 


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09/03- Medgar Evers 


1 


MSU 3|^l 


1 1 


09/04- King's College 





MSU '^smm 


3 


09/07- Centenary aB 


O 


MSU in 


9 


09/10- Mary Wash. 


O 


MSU 


1 
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09/1 1- Elizabethtown 


2 


MSU 


O 


09/14- John Jay 


O 


MSU 


7 


09/17-TCNJ 


2 


MSU 


1 


09/21- Will. Pat. 


1 


MSU 


1 


09/24- Kean 


1 


MSU 


5 



09/28- NJCU 
MSU 

1 o/o 1 - Ramapo 

MSU i 



2005 Schedule & Results 


1 0/05- Johns Hopkins 


2 


MSU 


1 


1 0/08- Mitchell 





MSU 


4 


10/ 12- Stockton 


4 


MSU 


2 


09/ 15- Rowan 





MSU 


1 


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10/19- Kings Point 


1 


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1 


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10/22- Rutgers Cam. 


2 


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1 


10/25- Rutgers New. 





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5 


1 0/29- Ramapo 


2 


MSU 


1 




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Montclair State's Field Hockey team finished the 2005 
season with a 1 7-3 overall record while earning an at-large 
selection to the NCAA Tournament. Fifth-year head coach 
Beth Gottung has guided the Red Hawks to an overall 
record of 56-2 1 during her tenure. 



Also this season a pair of all-conference players have taken 
the lime-light. Sophomore forward Jennifer Tanis and 
junior midfielder Jen Soss. 



2005 Schedule & Results 

09/03- MSU 4 

Washington 1 

09/06- Eastern O 

MSU 2 

09/10-MSU 3 

Juniata O 

09/1 l-MSU 1 

Rochester O 

09/17-MSU 2 

Muhlenberg O 

09/21-Manhattanville 2 

MSU 3 




10/15-MSU 1 

Skidmore O 

10/17-MSU 4 

Ramapo O 

lO/19-NewPaltz 1 

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10/22-MSU 

TCNJ ! 

10/26-MSU 4 

William Paterson 1 



09/28- Scranton 

MSU 


* 1 


10/29-MSU 
Wilkes 


3 

1 


lO/Ol- Stockton 
MSU 


' 1 


1 1/02- Rowan 
MSU 


4 
2 


l0/05-Kean 

MSU 

lO/l l-MSU 
Drew 


1 


11/09-MSU ®^ 
Wash. & Lee 


O 


JIHHBH^K 


11/11- MSU 


1 



lO/ 13- Susquehanna 1 
MSU 2 




MSU Vollyeball finished witli a strong 10-6 season. 
The team traveled across the region and represented 
our school proudly. Members for the 2005 season 
include; Vanessa Soto, Jessica Weiberth, Raquel 
Pichardo, Melissa Ciaccio, Heather Aciz, Zairy Ramos, 
Juliana Ferdinand, U-Landa Tudor, Samantha Karpinski, 
Janielle Sanchez, Vanessa Defreitas, and Lauren 
Zasen. 



2005 Schedule & Results 

09/09-MSU 3 

Farmingdale O 

09/09-MSU O 

Dickinson 3 



09/10- MSU O 

Albright 3 

09/lO-MSU 1 
Misericordia 1 

09/13- Rugetrs Camden O 

MSU 3 

09/ 1 5- Rosemont O 

MSU 3 

09/16- Scranton 3 

MSU O 




10/15-MSU 1 

Skidmore O 

10/ 17- MSU 4 

Ramapo O 

lO/19-NewPaltz 1 

MSU 3 

10/22- MSU 2 

TCNJ 1 

10/26- MSU 4 
William Paterson l 

10/29- MSU 3 

Wilkes 1 




1 1/02- Rowan 
MSU 

11/09- MSU 

Wash. & Lee 

1 1/1 l-MSU 

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NO 


Name 


Pos 


Yr 


3 


Will Bishop 


G 


So. 


10 


Jamal Ford 


G 


Sr. 


14 


Nick Aldiero 


G 


Sr. 


15 


Garan Dicl^son 


G 


Fr. 


22 


Corey Wilburn 


G 


Fr. 


23 


Isaiah Davenport 


G 


Sr. 


24 


Gian Paul Gonzalez 


F 


Sr. 


25 


Elliot Solop 


G/F 


Fr. 


30 


Maurice Torres 


G 


Fr. 


32 


Dan Hennessy 


G 


Fr. 


33 


Jonathan Arthur 


F 


So. 


34 


Matt Boynkin 


F 


So 


40 


Geoff Grivalsky 


G 


Fr. 


45 


Brent Hunt 


C 


Fr 


50 


Eric Sylvester 


C 


Jr. 




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2/15/06 Away Kean University 87, MSU 66 
2/15/06 Home MSU 77, The College of NJ 68 
2/1 1/06 Away MSU 65, Richard Stockton 61 
2/8/06 Away New Jersey City 82, MSU 60 
2/4/06 Home MSU 9 1 , Rutgers-Camden 69 
2/1/06 Away MSU 74, Ramapo 68 
1/28/06 Home Rutgers-Newarl^ 71 , MSU 59 
1/25/06 Home William Paterson 55, MSU 53 
1/22/06 Away MSU 67, Brooklyn College 54 
1/2 1/06 Away Lincoln University (PA) 100, MSU 
84 

1/18/06 Home Kean University 77, MSU 73 
1/16/06 Home MSU 93, Rowan University 85 
1/14/06 Home Richard Stockton 80, MSU 66 
1/II/06 Away MSU 64, The College of NJ 60 
01/07/06 Away MSU 98, Rowan University 87 
01/04/06 Away MSU 96, Rutgers 80 
12/30/05 Home MSU 80, SUNY - Plattsburg 61 
12/29/05 Home Bridgewater State (MA) 68, MSU 

67 

12/10/05 Home MSU 89, College of Staten 
Island 65 

12/07/05 Home Ramapo College 94, MSU 90 
12/03/05 Away Rutgers-Newark 77, MSU 72 
1 1/30/05 Away William Paterson 59, MSU 49 
1 1/22/05 Home MSU 89, New Jersey City 82 
1 1/19/05 Away Alvernia College 66, MSU 63 
1 1/18/05 Away MSU 82, Newport News Appr. 



Mens Basketball had an outstanding season. 
They worked hard and produced an excellent 
season record. Their hard work and team 
leadership paid off. 






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1 1/18 Away MSU 62 - Univ. of St. Thomas 5' 
11/19 Away Salem State 64 - MSU 45 
1 1/22 Home MUS 62 - New Jersey City 45 
1 1/28 Away Catholic University 58 - MSU 41 
1 1/30 Away William Paterson 74 - MSU 63 
1 2/03 Away MSU 54 - Rutgers-Newark 49 
1 2/07 Home MSU 74 - Ramapo 59 
12/10 Home MSU 72 - Rowan 52 
12/12 Away Farmingdale 80 - MSU 75 






2005-06 Final Results 



(Men 9-4 / Women 8-4) 

Date Opponent Results 

1 0/28/05 TCNJ MEN - L, 1 45-92 

WOMEN -L, 142-79 
1 1/12/05 PROVIDENCE MEN - W, 142-94 

WOMEN - L, 1 42-88 
1 1/15/05 NJIT MEN - W, 97-80 

WOMEN - W, 79-5 1 
1 1/18/05 . 1 1/19/05 Golden Bear invitational MEN - 3rd Place 

WOMEN - 5th Place 

1 1/22/05 Adelphi MEN - W, 54-41 

WOMEN - W, 59-35 
1 2/3/05 BARUGH MEN - W, 95-83 

WOMEN - W, 96-82 
12/8/05 SETON HALL MEN - L, 124-92 

WOMEN -L, 151-80 
1 2/ 1 0/06 MISERICORDIA MEN - W, 96-63 

WOMEN - W, 1 I 2-77 
1 2/ 1 3/06 KINGS POINT MEN - L, 1 29- 1 02 

WOMEN -W, 143-88 



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1/14/06 Stevens MEN-W, 106-79 

WOMEN -W, 106-76 
1/18/06 Vassar (Men Only)MEN - W, 1 lO, 79 
1 /2 1 /06 William Paterson MEN - W, 1 25-96 

WOMEN -W, 100-91 
1 /24/06 DREW MEN - W, 42- 1 5 

WOMEN - W, II 5-48 
1/28/06 Rowan MEN -L, 119-88 

WOMEN -L, 128-84 
2/17/06 Metropolitan Ci^ampionships 

(at Rutgers Univ., New Brunswictc, NJ) 
Men - Sixth Place 

Women - Sixth Place 
2/18/06 Metropolitan Championships 

(at Rutgers Univ., New Brunswick, NJ) 
Men - Sixth Place 

Women - Sixth Place 
2/19/06 Metropolitan Championships 

(at Rutgers Univ., New Brunswick, NJ) 
Men - ethPlace of 1 7 Teams 

Women - 6th Place of 23 Teams 






NAME /Year /Weight 

James Anest - Fr. - 1 25 
William Beiermeister - So. - HWT 
Steve Bradley - So. - 1 57 
Jason Brandt - Sr. - 149 
James Brock - Fr. - 165 
Ryan Coltelli - So - HWT 
Christian Crespo - So. - 141 
Mark D'Elia - So. - 174 
Derrick Goduto - Sr. - 125 
Steve Hylton - So. - 157 
Brian Innis - Fr. - 157 
Tim Janz - Fr. - 1 74 
Adam Levine -So. - 165 
Mostafa Omara - So. - 125 
Lamar Taylor - Jr - 1 65 
JoeTroise - Fr. - 165 
Mike Tsiolas - Fr. - 149 



>005-06 Final Results ^ '^ 

4-11 Dual Matches) 

)ate Opponent Time/Results 

;at., November 12 KUTZTOWN UNIVERSITY W, 26-17 

Yed., November 16 @ Stevens W, 22-14 

>at., November 19 @ East Stroudsburg Open No Team 

?coring 

Ved., November 23 @ Kutztown invitational 2nd Place 

;at., December 3 @ York invitational Third Place 

rues., December 6 @ U.S. Merchant Marine Academy W, 28- 

18 

rhurs., December 8 HUNTER COLLEGE W, 33-17 

>at., January 14 @ Menio College (CA) Duals 

^s. Great Falls (Montana) 

^s. Indianapolis 

/s. Menio (CA) 1 2:00 pm 

_ 34-10 

..37-12 

.,33-12 

>un., January 15 @ Menio College (CA) invitational l3th Place 

Ved., January 18 @ Centenary College L, 46-3 

rhurs., January 26 @ The College of New Jersey L, 404 

5at., January 28 New England/Metro Duals ( @ Roger Williams) 

!/s. Williams 

/s. WPI 

/s. Roger Williams 1 

.. 28-18 




U40-10 

Saturday, February 4 @ New York/New Jersey Duals 

it The College of New Jersey 

-^s. Cortland 

^s. Oswego State 1 1 :00 am 

1 1 :00 am 

..46-12 

^.44-3 

/Ved., February 8 SPRINGFIELD COLLEGE L, 34-10 

>un., February 19 @ Metropolitan Championships 

at York College, York, PA) 6th Place ^ 

^ri., March 3/ 

>at., March 4 NCAA Championships 

Ewing, NJ) 3 1st Place 



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2006 Montclair State University 
Baseball Roster 

NO NAME POS YR B/T HT WT 

1 Rob Bowness OF Jr. L/R 5- 1 1 90 

2 James Scelzo SS So. R/R 6-1 195 

3 Danny Rodriguez INF Sr. L/R 5-5 1 60 

4 Marc DeCastro SS Sr. L/R 5-9 1 50 

6 Tim Stringer P So. R/R 5- 1 1 1 65 

7 Brian Butler OF Sr. L/R 6- 1 1 90 

8 Matt Hartwick C So. L/R 5- 1 1 85 

9 Jay Cook P Sr. R/R 6-5 225 

10 Nick Recchia P So. L/R 6-0 190 

1 1 Alex Thompson P Sr. R/R 6-2 22^ 

13 Michael Nunes OF So. R/R 6-2 180 

14 LOU Politan IB So. L/L 6-0 195 

1 5 John Jediny l B So. R/R 6-2 200 

16 Michael Vicaro P Sr. R/R 6-0 185 

18 Matt Wismer PSo. L/L 6-3 210 

1 9 Kevin Cuozzi SS Fr. R/R 5- 1 1 1 80 

20 Mike Stankovitz C Fr. R/R 5-7 165 

21 Kevin Dalton P So. R/L 6-0 190 

22 Thomas Meyer OF So. L/R 6-2 190 

24 Jairo Mendez P Jr. R/R 6-0 1 90 

25 Marty Cabalar P So. R/R 6-0 1 85 

26 Enrique Gomez P So. S/L 6-1 1 70 
28 William Traverse P Fr. F^R 6-0 2 lO 
31 Scott Evangelist OF Fr. L/R 6-2 165 
33 Ray Anderson P Jr. R/R 6-3 1 85 

36 Robert Clark INF So. R/R 5-1 1 1 75 
38 Andrew Vicaro C Jr. R/R 6-3 2 1 5 
40 Chris Schindler P Fr. R/R 6-2 160 
42 Brian Rocco P Jr. L/L 6-6 185 

Anthony Florio P Fr. L/L 6-3 220 

Charles Gaglio OF Fr. R/R 5-1 1 185 

Jason Lopez 3B Fr. R/R 6-1 205 

Brian Peterson P Fr. R/R 6-0 1 90 

Head coach Norm Schoenig (Montclair State '72, I9th Season) 
Assistant Coaches Greg DeCastro, Joe Georgewitz, John Kroeger 
Sean Atchison, Craig Conway, Joe DePalma, John Brandi 
Student Manager Mark Matarazzo 



2006 Final Results ss» 

35-19-2, 13-5NJAC) 

Date Opponent Time/Results 

5at., March 4 vs. # 8 Marietta College (OH) W, 6-5(10 Inn.) 

5un., March 5 @ #30 Salisbury (MD) W, 9-2 ,. 

3at., March. 1 1 @ Chapman (CA) L, 7-1 

3/12 @ La Verne (CA) L, 8-6 

3/14 @ university of Redlands (CA) L, 21-11 ■; 

3/15 @ California Lutheran (CA) T, 5-5 

3/16 vs. University of Wise. -Lacrosse # W, 13-1 1 .; 

3/1 7 Puget Sound # % @ LaVerne (CA)# L, 1 0-0 j 

Rained out i; 

3/18 Menlo (CA) @ Whittier (CA)# L, 11-6 - T, 6-6 J 

3/ 23 WILMINGTON (DE) W. 4-1 J 

3/25 CORTLAND L, 7-1 

3/28 @ York W, 2-1 

3/30 @ Kean W, 6-2 

3/3 1 RAMAPO W, 20-2 

4-/1 ROWAN (DH) W, 7-6 - L, 2-1 

4/4 @ Eastern Connecticut W. 7-4 

4/5 RENSSELAER L, 9-5 

4/9 @ Rutgers-Camden (DH) w, 8-6 - L, 9-3 

4/10 NEW JERSEY CITY W, 12-11 

4/1 1 DESALES W, 7-3 

4/13 KEAN W, 7^6 

4/15 @ The College Of NJ (DH) W, 6-2 - L, 17-5 

4/1 7 @ Ramapo w, 24-7 
4/20 FDU-FLORHAM W, 8-4 
4/2 1 @ Rutgers-Newark W, 3-0 
4/25 JOHNS HOPKINS L, 8-2 
4/26 @ William Paterson L, 6-5 
4/27 @ New Jersey City W, 10-5 
4/28 RUTGERS-NEWARK L, 5-4 
4/29 RICHARD STOCKTON (DH) W, 7-3 - W, 8-7 
4/30 @ William Paterson w, 3-2 
5/2 YORK (PA) W, 6-5 

5/3 NJAC Tournament - l st Round #5 ROWAN w, 8-7 
!5/5 NJAC Tournament @ Camden, NJ vs. #3 TCNJ L, 16-5 
15/6 NJAC Tournament @ Camden, NJ vs. #6 Rutgers-Newark W,5-3 
5/6 NJAC Tournament @ Camden, NJ vs. #3 TCNJ W, 5-4 
5/7 NJAC Tournament @ Camden, NJ vs. #3 TCNJ L, 11-9 
5/1 1 SALISBURY W, 5-3 
|5/12 @ Ithaca w, 9-7 
5/13 ©Ithaca L, 4-3 

5/17 vs. Frostburg State (MD) Boyertown Regional, PA L, 6-2 
5/18 vs. Alvernia Boy ert own Regional, PA W, 13-8 
5/18 vs. Franklin & Marshall Boyertown Regional, PA W, 19-10 
5/19 vs. Frostburg State Boyertown Regional,. PA W, 7-2 
5/20 vs. Kean University Boyertown Regional, PA W, 7-0 
5/20 vs. TCNJ Boyertown Regional, PA W, 2-1 
5/21 vs. TCNJ Boyertown Regional, PA W, 5-1 

5/26 vs. Aurora University Division 111 World Series Grand Chute, WI W, 7-2 
5/27 vs. Marietta Division 111 World Series Grand Chute, Wl L, 7-4 
5/28 vs. Eastern Connecticut StateDivision 111 World Series, Grand Chute, Wl 
W, 5-4(11 inngs.) 

5/29 vs. Wheaton College (MA) Division 111 World Series Grand Chute, Wl 

L, 13-4 






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2006 Montclair State University 
Softball Roster 

NO NAME POS YR B/T HT 

3 Dana Warnock P Jr. R/R 5-4 

4 Wiiitney Driver OF So. P^R 5-3 

5 Kelly Karp IF/OF/P Fr. L/L 5-4 

6 Erica Heine OF Jr. R/R 5-4 

7 Ashley Lustenberger OF So. R/R 5-2 

8 Jennifer Jimenez IF Fr. R/R 5-8 

9 Leigh Ann Murduca OF/P Fr. R/R 5-4 

10 Megan Tantum C Jr. R/R 5-7 

1 1 Crystal Dahlhaus IF Jr. R/R 5-7 

12 Jackie Ferranti IF So. R/R 5-6 

1 3 Maureen Shockley OF So. L/R 5-5 

1 4 Cheryl Bodak OF So. R/R 5-3 

1 5 Jenna Weiss IF Jr. R/R 5-1 
18 Carolyn McCrea P So. L/R 5-7 
2 1 Athanasia Totaro P/IB Sr. R/R 5-7 

Head Coach Anita Kubicka (Trenton State 
'84, 16th Season) 

Assistant Coaches Kim Broking, Kristen 
Mignoli, Lauran Dathe 




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2006 Final Results 
(33-13, 9-9NJAC) 

Date / Opponent Tinne/Results 



3/11 vs. Regis (MA)# 



W, 14-2 



vs. Heidelberg (OH)# W, 6-1 
3/12 vs. Defiance (OH)# W, 4-1 

vs. St. Mary's (1N)# W, 5-4 
3/14 vs. Wilmington (OH)# W, 9-0 

vs. Keene State (NH)# w, 13-0 
3/15 vs. Wiieaton (MA)# L, 5-4 

vs. Wooster (OH)# w, 4-o 
3/16 vs. Bowdoin (ME)# W, lO-l 

vs. W. New England (lViA)# W, 4-3 



3/28 JOHN JAY 


W, 19-0 


W, 15-0 


3/30 Drew 


W, 4-0 - 


W, lO-O 


4/1 KEAN 


L, 2-1 - I 


., 2-0 


4/6 HUNTER 


W, l-O - 


W, 5-2 


4/9 Rutgers-Camden 


L, 10-2 - 


L, 4-2 


4/10 RAMAPO 


W, 4-0 - 


W, 4-2 


4/1 1 Rutgers-Newark 


W, 13-4 


- W, 8-0 


4/13 STATEN ISLAND 


W, 5-1 - 


W, 5-1 


4/1 5 Tine College Of NJ 


W, 6-2 


L, 8-1 


4/18 NEW JERSEY CITY 


W, 15-0 


- W, 12-0 


4/20 BARUCH 


W, 12-0 


- W, 13-0 


4/24 RICHARD STOCKTON 


W, 4-3 


W, 8- 1 ■ 


4/27 William Paterson 


L, 3-0 - 


L, 10-0 


4/29 ROWAN 


L. 17-2 


- L. 9-1 



5/2 NJAC Tournament - l st Round @ Rowan L, 9-5 

5/6 NJAC Tournament @ Rutgers-Camden Complex 

vs. Rowan w, i-o 

vs. Ramapo L, 14-1 

Sat., May 13 ECAC Division ill South Championship 

vs. Kean University L, 4-3 

vs. Ricliard Stocl^ton W, 2-1 

5/14 ECAC Division 111 South Ch^rnpionship 

vs. Kean University W, 6-3 

vs. College Misercordia W, 5-4 (9 Innings) 

vs. College Misercordia w, 5-4 





2006 Final Results 

(9-9, 5-3 KLC) 

Date Opponent 

2/25/06 KING'S POINT 



Results 
L, 10-3 



3/4/06 



Stevens 



L, 17-7 



3/8/06 



CENTENARY 



W, 8-2 



3/1 1/06 FARMINGDALE 



W, 14-1 1 



3/15/06 Manhattanville 



W, 19-10 



3/2 1 /06 Richard Stockton 



L, 14-5 



3/23/06 KEAN 



W, 14-8 



3/26/06 MUHLENBERG 



L, 10-9 



3/29/06 NY Maritime 



W, 12-1 1 



4/1/06 



Oneonta 



L, 14-7 



4/5/06 



Dominican 



L, 8-7 



4/8/06 



Susquehanna 



W, 1 1-10 



4/13/06 DeSALES UNIVERSITY W, 18-7 



4/ 1 9/06 Eastern Connecticut 



L, 16-6 



4/2 1/06 MT. ST. VINCENT 



W, 20-1 



^Knickerbocker Tournament @ # l Stevens 
I L, 13-4 



5/1 2/06 Richard Stockton 



W, 12-11 



5/14/06 Villa Julie (MD) 



2006 Final Results 
(15-3, 6-0 Skyline) 

DateOpponent Results 

3/9/06 WESTERN CONNECTICUT W, 18-1 



3/14/06 



McDaniel 



w, 8-7 



3/16/06 



Dickinson 



L, 15-12 



3/20/06 



Susquehanna 



W, 6-4 



3/25/06 



ROWAN 



L, 16-9 



3/30/06 



Drew 



L, 9-8 



4/1/06 



4/3/06 



Centenary 
Stevens Tech 



W, 19-2 



W, 13-8 



4/6/06 



Goucher (MD) 



W, 14-9 



4/8/06 



FARMINGDALE 



W, 19-1 



4/1 1/06 



Manhattanville 



W, 18-8 



4/14/06 



KEAN 



W, 21-6 



4/18/06 



4/22/06 



4/26/06 



4/29/06 



5/13/06 



Eastern (PA) 



W, 14-7 



MT. ST. VINCENT W, 1 7-3 

3 

Skyline Tournament - Semifinals vs. MT. ST. VINCENT 

W, 18-1 

Skyline Tournament - Championship vs. #2 Manhattanville 

W, 22-10 

vs. #4 Mt. St. Vincent (at FDU-Florham - Madison, NJ) W.| 



5/14/06 



vs. #3 Hartwick (at FDU-Florharin - Madison, NJ) AY,:| 




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As freshmen, we were often told that there is a place for 
everyone at Montclair State. Whether the group is politically, 
socially, religiously, or professionally based, many of us have 
taken part in the activities of at least one organization chartered 
on campus. For some of us, it may have been a Greek 
organization; for others, it may have been a culturally- or 
religiously-based organization. Regardless of the type of 
organization it may have been, many of us found a source of 
experience, learning, and fun in being a part of the organization 
of our choice. 

The organizations at Montclair State, though, do not merely 
benefit their members. Rather, the organizations at MSU add 
much to the campus. The campus life that currently exists is 
owed, in large part, to the organizations that we have. Nearly 
all of the events held on-campus and many of those held off- 
campus are sponsored by these student organizations. 

Everything from Homecoming to Spring Bash, philanthropy 
projects to parties, karaoke nights to concerts, are held 
because of the efforts of the student organizations found here. 
The members of these organizations give much of their time, 
effort, and talents for the benefit of their fellow students, all 
without any reward except the sense of accomplishment they 
feel for a job well done. Without their under-appreciated efforts, 
our campus would be a much more boring place. In addition, 
without the organizations themselves, those students would be 
much less stressed, but would also have fewer fond memories 
and less hands-on experience from their college years. 

In observance of the positive impact that these organizations 
and their members have on the campus, and of the benefits 
they offer to the individual students of Montclair State, La 
Campana offers this salute to our student organizations. 



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ORGANIZATIONS 




CLASS ONE/ 
SERVICES. 



CUiSSONE 
CONCERTS 



Class One Concerts (aka C 1 C) 
coordinates, encourages, and promotes 
a variety of concert progranmnning events 
for the entire University. 





President 

Vice President 

Treasurer 

Secretary 



Jen Wilenta 
Lauren DiGiacomo 
Mike Saavedra 
Dave Holowitz 



X4enibers: 

Lynn Bartkowicz, Sam Buzek, Kevin 

Dunphy, Kristin Kerrigan, Anthony 

Mennuti, Kristy Sullivan, Andrew 

Thomas, Gina Tolentino, Shari 

Troast, Nicole Santoiemma, Will 

Senelzak, Steve Voytak, Dan 

Maxwell, Mike Stoppay, Cory Murphy 



^ast Activities Include: 

s/iontclair Fest, Fall Fest '05, MC Battles, Improv Comedy 
3how, Ska Concert, Boy Sets Fire, Movielife, Kevin 
3evine, Immortal Technique, Steel Train, Folly 





Chartered in 1 99 1 , the Haitian Student Association started 
by helping make students of Haitian descent feel more 
welcomed at Montclair. USA received the SGA's Class III 
of the year award in 2002-2003, and the Class II of the yeai 
award in 2003-2004. Recently, HSA has been rechartered ^ 
as a Class I Organization of the SGA for the 2005-2006 
academic year. They are proud to work towards their 
mission: to educate the campus community on issues 
affecting Haiti, to offer a taste of the historically rich Haitian 
culture, while simultaneously providing great programming 
for the entire campus community. 



Colors: Red, White, Blue 

Past Actiuites Include: 
HSA/Phi Beta Sigma 
Date Auction, 
HSA/OSAU Weekend 
Party, HSA Blazin' 
Runway Fashion Show, 
HSA Annual Cultural 
Soiree, HSA Annual 
Night of Love, Maury 
Show, HSA/OSAU 
Dance-Off, Haitian 
Awareness Week, HSA 
Annual Dinner 




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President 

Vice President 

Treasurer 

Secretary 

Public Relations 



Suzette Liautaud 
Laurie A. Pierre 
Julie Glaimeau 
Vladimir Bonhomme 
Pierre Thertus 



Historian Guerline Napoleon 

Members: 

Aviann Mauge, Daphne Jean Baptiste, Danica LeConte, 

Perpetua Nazon, Sandra Desinor, Domonique Wilson, 

Aon'ica Robinson, Patrick Paul, Jared Jenkins, Mark Headly, 

Greg Marcelin, Stanley Joseph, Melissa St. Natus, Ronald 

Sealy, Marc-Henri Fils-Aime, Love Constant, Ester Wilson, 

Emma Helas, Berlyne Vilcant, Noella Gilbert, Stephania 

Gilser, Yuri Jadotte, Kindlyne Vilcant, Sandra V., Deloris 

Calhoun, Guerlens Desir, Jacques Henri Joseph, David 

Lucien, Samuel Belony, Ralph Andre, Micale Dort, 

Cleveland Morinvil, Sabine St. Cry, Reginald Stainfil, Diana 

Abreu, Sade Adeyeri, Belinda Baptiste, Stephanie Galette, 

Marckens Pierre, Angela Marchell 




International Student 
Organization 

'Promoting Multicultural Awareness^' 




Our aim is to promote interaction between 
people of all cultures and nations represented 
at MSU. Also, to help International students 
adapt to the new environment. 



President Carolina Samaniego 

Vice President Catalina Soto 

Secretary Jason Henry 

Treasurer Halcyon Hamilton 

Publicity Director Rika 

Members: 

Jenny Garica, Helenka Proano, George Sergiou, Efe 

Erukanure, Edie Diana, Quentin Monden, Timothy 

Denman, Jonathan Peacock, Jason Schifano, Mahima 

Giri, Patricia Bubner, Dominika Stiger, Maryane Mathys, 

Silge Andersen, Marianne Bergeti, Melanie 

Kaundourou, Mehreen Mazid 




::olor: Maroon 

^ast Activities Include: 
^ood Festival, Multicultural Extravaganza, 
nternational FUn Night, World's Fair, Trip to 
/Washington DC and Miami Beach, Florida, 
nternational Movie Night, Trips to Broadway 
Shows, Skiing, Six Flags, Comedy Club, Bowling 



Latin f^merican 
Student Organization 



With the reality that the Latin American student 
population is expanding, LASO deems it 
necessary to expose and stimulate the college 
community to Latin American influences in the 
art, literature, history and cuisine. 




President 

Vice President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Latin Pride 2005 

Latin Pride 2006 

Publicity 

Publicity Co-Chair 

Latin Culture & Education 

Latin Culture & Education 

Co-Chair 

Latinismo 

Voces 

Historian 



Orville Morales 
Angela Salazar 
Jen Garcia 
Johnathan Gaugler 
Tania Rodriquez 
Jen Gonzalez 
Nathaly Salazat 
Franz Villante 
Jackie Bravo 

Mariana Perez 
Ana Garcia 
Victor Geraldo 
Angel Soils Jr. 



Colors: Red & Yellow 

Past Activities Include: 
LASO Fall Fest, Movie 
Nights, Guest Speakers: 
Hector Bonilla, Christina 
Soto, Jocelyn Santana, 
Jersey Urban Debate, 
Trips to Mi Bandera, 
Repetorio Espanol, 
Nuyoriran Poets Cafe. 



I Members: 

Eusebio Abon, Vivian Acosta, Jacquelyn Adames, Stephani Aguilar, Rion Ainmed, Danielle Allegra, 

Crisarist Almanzar, Maciel Almonte, Jessi Alvarado, Jasmin Aponte, Maria Araneda, Elio Arce Jr., Magda 

\rgueta, Allison Arias, Monira Aro, Atanago (TJ) Arriaza, Eliana Avalos, David Aviles, Evelyn Barrionuevo, 

Yolan Bedasse, Andrea Bedoya, Carlos Benitez, Jessica Berdugo, Sarah Bernal, Dianse Betemit, Edwin 

Borquez, Heather Bosques, Jennifer Bosques, Jeffrey Bouchebel, Jackeline Bravo, Stella Bravo, Maria 

Bnstamente, Mayra Cabral, Josephine Calvay, Albert Camacho, Yudi Camacho, Vesica Cano, Johanny 

Cano, Steven Cantillo. Tanya Cardenas, Ana Maria Cardenas, Veronica Cardenas, Mark Cardona, Jesus 

Carhuachin, Jacqueline Carillo, Angelique Carrera, Carla Carrera, John Casiano, Marianne Castillo, Marcel 

Castor, Sonia Chacon, Percy Chang, Jessica Checo, Yadhira Checo, Edison Chumptazi, Dan Cieslak, 

Romeo/Jsin Colcol, Lissette Colon, Betsy Corbacho, Ruxy Cordero, Nancy Cornejo, Diane Correa, 

Mashira Cosme, Wendy Cruz, Stephanie Cuba, Lakia Curtis, Monica Da Silva, Maria Arlen Dalocanog, 

Flavia De la Cruz, Nathalia DeJardens, Stephanie DeJesus, Jorge DeLahoZ, Julian Denis, Lisa DeSousa, 

Amanda Diaz, Celia Diaz, Dhiana Diaz, Maria Dominguez, Jonathan Duarte, Maria Espinosa, Ana Essue, 

Tara Feiry, Yahaira Feliberty, Aimee Felix-Perez, Thalita Fernandes, Lenin Fierro, Margia Fonseca, Miguel 

Frias, Charlie Frometa, Allison Fund, Daniela Galvez, Takisha Ganesh, Ana Garcia, Jennifer Garcia, 

Porfirio Garcia, Jorge Garcia, Marlene Garica, Johnathan Gaugler, Victor Geraldo, Gabriel Gil, Jossira Gil, 

Giselle Gomez, Richard Gonzales, Jennifer Gonzalez, Leo Grimaldi, Maureen Grimaldi, Diego Guadalupe, 

Iris Guerrero, Mary Guillen, Virgilio Guzman, Elie Flakim, Jason Henry, Carolyn Hernandez, Junior Hidaglo, 

Perla Hoyos, Shakil Huda, Roberto Inclan, Sasha Infante, Lorraine Infante, Steven JarTiison, Linda 

Jimenez, Stanley Joseph, Fury Keyz, Diana Khariry, Damarcus King, Chelsea Kogler, Xiomara Laboy, 

Alexandra Laurent, Carolyn Liberti, Freddie Lopez, Ricardo Lora Sr., Erika Lorenzo, Karlos Magnen, Brian 

Manzano, Kenny Marcelino, Nastassja Maret, Larry Marin, Vesica Martinez, Melinda Martinez, Jared 

Martinez, Felipe Martins, Karla Mateo, Shalim Mena, Mora Mercedes, George Merias, Joel Merino, Arianna 

Mesa, Sherriesha Mohammed, Vashira Mojica, Randy Molina, Rose Molina, R. Christina Molina, Cesar 

Mora, Brensi Morales, Marileidy Morel, Jennyfer Morel, Kara Morillo, Mariele Murnock, Jeff Newsome, 

Arlene Ng, Angel Ogando, Antonia Ortega-Rocha, Joaquin Ortiz, Veronica Ortiz, Carlos Ortiz, Julio Ortiz, 

Vumilka Oniz, Linda Paulino, Mallelyne Peralta, Mariana Perez, Clarissa Perez, Peter Perez, Maria Perez, 

Maria Picon, Iris Pineda, Tricia Prince, Teacle Prince, Jeannette Quinones, Creonaille Ramirez, Johanna 

Ramirez, Merlyn Ramos, Reginald Stainfil, Andy Reinoso, Steven Rentas, Priscilla Restrepo, Carmen 

Reyes-Cuevas, Adriana Riano, Katherine Rivera, Nicole Rivera, Vanessa Rivera, Javier Rivera, Gustavo 

Rodriguez, Will Roman, James Romero, Jesus Roque, Luis Resales, Josue Rosario, Roxanne Ruiz 

Adams, James Rutter, Niulquie Sajous, Angela Salazar, Nathaly Salazar, Doris Samaniego, Priscilla 

Sanchez, Jennifer Sanchez, Ashley Santana, Maritza Santana, Marlyn Santana, Edgardo Santos, Reina 

Sejas, Elyssa Serrilli, John Shahsaw, Alicia Shuford, Evelyn Sipiran, Angel Soils, Marilyn Sori, Catalina 

Soto, Vanessa Soto, Frances Taveras, Karen Tejada, Elizabeth Tejeda, Jannese Torres, Jose Torres, 

Karen Torres, Esmeralda Torres, Tatiyana Torres, Jennifer Tuma. Lischelle Urena, Cristian Valencia, 

Maida Valentin, Disnalda Vargas, Maria Vargas, Mariana Vargas, Vissel Vasquez, Clarissa Vazquez, John 

Velasco, Carolina Velasquez, May Velasquez, Oliver Velasquez, Ernesto Velez, Angelica Ventura, Carlos 

Villacres, Franz Villante, Darius Vinson, Valerie Viruet, Christine Wechsberg, Eduardo Whittington, Ramon 

Williams, Mauricio Vabar, Daniel Jarowoid, David Matthews, Tyleek Railey, Michael Pena 



The Organization of 
Students for fifrican Unity 

"We are African wherever we are: brothers 
and sisters united throughout the nations'' 



As members of the African Diaspora, we endeavor 
to represent tlie interests of Africana students, and 
ensure a voice is lieard. OSAU implores students of 
all ethnicities to stand up and be counted, and be a 
candle for the struggles endured, and faith for a 
brighter future. 






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President 

Vice President 

Treasurer 

Secretary^ 

African Heritage Chair 

Cultural Affairs Chair 

Gospel Choir Chair 

Performing Arts Chair 

Co-Publicity Chair 

Co-Publicity Chair 

SGA Representative 

Kitabu Chair 



Nisheena Q. Smith 
Ndidiamaka A. Ukah 
Angel Crews 
Donna Kay McFadden 
Willie Collins 
Amanda Holder 
Kia Durr 
Shirae Ravenell 
Cookie McRae 
Paul Titcombe 
Damond Stubbs 
Neffertina Redding 



Members: 

iMarion "Mook" Crawford, Dee Adams, Ololade 

Babalola, Ryan Boone, Corrie Clanton, Mark Headly, 

LeChelle Heron, Tiffany Morris, Tiara Samuel, 

Reggie Stainfil Domonique Walker, Domonique 

Hargrove, Derrell Sapp, Eddie Hamilton, Antonique 

Hodge, Otoufon Inyang, Mikal McDaniel, Aaliyah 

Muhammad, Lamar Scott, Kenneth Guyan, Chie 

Uguwuala 



Colors: Red, Black, Green 

Past Activities Include: 
The Welsome Wil' Out, The Whitney 
Young Classic trip. Harvest Ball 
Dinner, Black Leadership 
Workshop, Kwanzaa/Gospel Fest, 
Annual Paul Roberson Dinner, Kolor 
Explosion, African-American 
Heritage month long celebration, Fo 
Da Kidz Community Outreach, The 
Urban Education Outreach, and 
many more. 




Players 





Our purpose is to serve as an organization for 
students to become actively involved in theatre 






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President 

Vice President 

Treasurer 

Secretary 

Production Manager 

Publicity Chairperson 

Box Office Chairperson 

Historian 



Jessie Lewin 
Scott Gagney 
Jonathan Greenstein 
Vin Gallo 
Emma Shunldand 
Raise Noelle 
Hilary Darrer 
Danny Sherwood 




Past Activities Include: 
Cabaret Night, Shakespear (Tempest, 
Macbeth), Musicals (Six Women), Rocky 
Horror Picture Show (annual). Drama 
(Shadow Box, In the Blood), Theatre 24 




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General Manager 
Operations Manager 
Business Manager 
Administrative Assistant 
Program Director 
Music Director 
Music Director's Assistant 
Production Director 
Promotions Director 
Promotions Assistant 
Metal Director 
RPM Director 
Hip Hop Director 
Tech Director 
News & Public Affairs 
Director 
News & Public Affairs 
Assistant 
Student Engineer 
Faculty Advisor 



Anthony J Mennuti 
Melissa Tremper 
Michael Saavedra 
David Deitch 
Dan Maxwell 
Lisa Hresko 

Scot Moriarty 
Will Senedzuk 
Jen Wilenta 
Dave Giumara 

Adam Butryn 

Gina Cappiello 
Justine Centinch 

Michael Stoppay 

Lauren Milano 

Jenn Epstein 
Dan Gilmartin 
David Sanders 



DJ List: 

;:amillia Anhar, Alison Barnes, Lynn Bartkowicz, Jackie Bravo, Stella Bravo, Leslie 

j Bruce, Adam Butryn, Doreen Campbell, Gina Cappiello, Danielle Carafa, Philip 

i Casale, Anthony Cauterucci, Justine Mary Cetinich, Ron Chicken, David Clarke, 

i Jocelyn Conn, Ryan Culver, Karl de Vries, David O. Deitch, Jennifer Derkacs, 

Lauren DiGiacomo, Matt Doherty, Kevin Dunphy, Ash El-Banna, Jenn Epstein, 

:ameron Ferrara, Tim Firth, Leigha Fizzinoglia, Charlie Frometa, HyeWon Gehring, 

Dave Giumara, Kristin Gogan, Adam Goskowski, Noa Griffel, Dell (Bird) Holmes, 

Dave Holowitz, Andrea Horbelt, Jason Hortillas, Lisa Hresko, Christina Johnson, 

Travis Johnston, Matt Jugan, Stacy Kaufman, Matthew Keats, Kristin (Frances) 

Kerrigan, Josh Kimmelman, William Anthony King, Rachel Kleiner, Pauline Kohl, 

Anne LaBella, Adrian Lalla, Bruno Lanfernini, Jordan Levinson, Gary Lombardo, 

Allan Marzouka, Dan Maxwell, Steven (Metal Steve) Mellifont, Anthony Mennuti, 

Lauren Milano, Jessica Miller, Scot Moriarty, Dan Moseson, Cory Murphy, Mike 

OHeney, Mikey Pantina, Raffaele Peluso, Carlos Pena, Lauren Pereira, Sergio 

^erez. Christian Pfaff, Todd Phillippe, Shawn Pilkington, Dave Plotkin, Jenn Pugia, 

Reisha Ramai, Talya Reed, Alex Rivera, Sam Roth, Lou Ruggieri, Michael 

Saavedra, Nicolas Salvemini, Raymond Santiago, Will Senedzuk, Joe Shackil, 

Akash Shah, Dean Smikle, Paul Solomine, Walter Soto-Libeman, Frank Spinillo, 

Michael Stolarz, Michael Stoppay, Kristy Sullivan, Jenna Sumara, Mary Szoke, 

vndrew Thomas, Michael Trainor, Melissa Tremper, DJ Haze, Isis Valenzuela, Josh 

Vallely, Steve Voytac, Joe Wallace, Andrew Ward, Matt Wilder, Jen Wilenta, 

Anthony Worgs, Sharon Addison, Mark Blaustein 

Current Apprentices: 

Lauren Alfant, Cara Christopher, Jennifer Cram, Ashley Dorian, Margarita 

Goltseker, Peggy Healy, Christopher Hicks, Christine Ledger, Brandon Mazur, 

Junior Mombrun, Laura Nolte, Cedric Orejola, John Pope, Brian Taylor, Julie 

Tsimring, Anthony Turner 



College Ufe 
Union Board 

^'Entertainment is our business! 



The purpose of C.L.U.B. is to coordinate and 
encourage social, recreational, and educational 
activities for tine college community. 




President Laura J. Hutcheon 
Vice President Denise Vecchi 
Treasurer Jamie B. Dresher 
Secretary Magdalena Legutko 
Advisor Julie Fleming 

Members 

Krystal Acosta, Nicole Pica, Tracey 

Fariello, Danielle Palmieri, Nikita 

Ramoo, Tanya Washnik 




Past Activities Include: 
Real World Speakers, Red Hawk Day, 
Homecoming Talent Show, Homecoming 
Parade, Homecoming Pep Rally, Winter Ball, 
Spring Week, Ladies Night, Chocolate Parties, 
Mission Improvable, and tons more! 



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The Normal 
Review 

''An author ought to write for the youth of 
his own generation, the critics of the 
next, and the school-masters of ever 
afterward. " - F. Scoff Fitzgerald 



The purpose of the Normal Review is to provide an 

outlet for MSU's student writers and authors and to bring 

their work to the campus community. 

Art Director John Liddell 
Managing Editor Ashley Schaffer 
Prose Editor Ashley Beckford 

Treasurer Katie Bojanek 
Poetry Editor Lauren Litwinka 
Secretary D. Zigmund Aquino 
PR Head Monica Giannobile 

Members: 
Bernadette Marciniak, Ashley Dorian, Joe Sperlunto, 

Henry Margenau 

Past Activities Include: 
Semesterly Publications since Fall 2004 and Poetry 

Readings. 



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Tosettier C ASSIST) 



President Ralph Mullenax 
Vice President Kris Brandi 
Treasurer Jill Romaniello 
Secretary Christine Dias 
Head of PR Ed Gesumaria 

Members: 
Jenn Solomon, Shasta Fowler, Andrew Lignelli, Becki 

Bagnato, Scott Stewart, Michael Campbell, Doug 

Mclntyre, Matt MoUe, Elyse Brumbach, James Sullivan, 

Anna Ibach, Marisa Markowitz, Cory Seigel, Christine 

Adams, Jess Lozak, Erin Fischer, Jen Frank, AShley 

Schaffer, Val Kerr, Joe Specchio, Steve Patelis, Brooke 

Pustawalow, Sylvia Santelli, Francesca Libretti 

Past Activities Include: 

Charity Ball, Coffee House, Sugar Strike, Throw Pies at 

your Student Leaders and Random Acts of Kindness 

Week 




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ORGANIZATIONS 




ASS II 



Caribso 



Caribso promotes the Caribbean culture by 

providing educational, social, and cultrual 

activities for its rmembers and campus 

community. 








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HRLDA 

HRLDA prepares student leaders who can be 



'shaped of what might be rahter than servants of 

what is". HRLDA gives students service 

opportunities locally and globally. 




InterUarsity Christian Fellowship 

InterVarsity provides a community in which all 

students are invited to explore and grow in the 

Christian faith. Together they seek to live out 

their faith in Jesus Christ on campus. 




Muslim Student Association 

MSA encourages and enables Muslims with 
basic knowledge and competence in Islam to 
contribute individually and collectively toward 

meeting human needs and conformity with 
Islamic doctrines and belief. 








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Unified Asian American Student Organization 

UAASO unifies all of Montclair's Asian 



American students and provides the campus 
with awareness of different Asian cultures. 





Members 

Diana Abreu 

Dorette Adams 

ToN'in Adekoje 

Dorothx' Alexander 

Mike Barbiere 

Veronica Barrios 

Aix'ssa Blum 

Margaret Carr 

Sussan Cordero 

Maria De\'argas 

Alexandra Dragona 

Shane\' Dra\ion 

Caren Ferrante 

Eileen Fischetti 

Alexis Gentile 

Johanie Gonzalez 

Tom Kurtox'ic 

Rafaela Machado 

Mike Marcinow'ski 

Michelle Martinez 

Rachel Mattern-McCloA' 

Phil McCormick 

Nikole Nunoo 

Tracey Prince 

Fran Reina 

Greg Reisman 

Lorraine Ruff 

Shin Saito 

Sarah Salfeet\' 

Yocasta Santos 

Jerem\' Slagle 

Jason Trent 

Violet Tulloch 

Sara Vazquez 

Erica Wilson 




Executix'e Board 

President: Caroline Bruno 

Vice President: Jennifer Gaskins 

Secretary': Brian Yankouski 

Treasurer: Chris Gamsby 

Purchasing Officer: Maria Herrera 

Public Relations: Luisana Rosario 

Member at Large: Jessica LaVorgna 



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ORGANIZATIONS 




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Anthropology Club 

The Anthropology Club brings interdisciplinary 

anthropological perspectives and enlightenment to 

the student body. Through campus events, they 

are able to enhance the intellectual understanding 

and respect for all cultures of the world. 








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Biology Club 



The Biology Club provides academic, social, and 
educational events for the campus community to 

enjoy and explore. 




Financial Management Club 



The Financial Management Club provides 
educational and career experience to those a part ot 

the organization. 




Hellenic Student Organization 



The Hellenic Student Organization plans 

philanthropic activities to reunite the Greek- 
American and Cypriot students of Montclair State 
They promote Greek culture and history through 

traditional events 




HiUel 



Hillel is the Jewish Student Union on campus. Hillel 

serves and educates students about the Jewish 
culture and religion to people of all races, religions, 

and sects. 




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Minority f^sociation of Pre-health 
Students (Maps) 

This organization serves all students planning a 

future in health sciences. Maps provides a wide 

variety of campus programming. 




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Mont Clair State Dietetics Organization 

MSDO provides students with an environment for 

nutritional healtli education while entertaining the 

campus community with fun events and activities. 




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MSU Paintball allows students to experience a new 

sports activity that is becoming mainstream. MSU 

Paintball participates in championship tournaments 

and games across the tri-state area. 








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Rhythm Nation Dance 

The Rhythm Nation Dance group provides an 

artistic flair to the MSU campus. Any student may 

join and participate in the dance productions and 

events that are coordinated each semester. 




Voices for Planned Parenthood 



Voices for Planned Parenthood educates the 

campus about reproductix^e rights. Their 

I awareness programs and social extents are unique 

and unforgettable. 




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When all the papers are done, when all the 
studying is finished, it's time to let off a little steann. 
At Montclair State University, no other aspect of 
Student Life fits this criteria as well as Greek Life. 
Whether it's a party or just hanging out with "brothers" 
or "sisters", Greek Life is an integral part of the social 
atmosphere here at MSU. 

Ranging in purpose from academic to social, Greek 
organizations at Montclair State have given back to 
the University like no other facet of Student life. 
Through their many philanthropic activities, Greeks 
have endeavored to give back to the community, 
aiding in the growth of both their own members and 
the campus at large. The Professional 

CLASS IV 

Subhouse of Greek Council has helped students on 
their quest for a promising future. And the cultural 
diversity displayed by the organizations has enriched 
the lives of nearly every student at MSU. But 
perhaps most importantly, Greek organizations 
promote leadership and individual growth like no 
other organization. 

But what do we remember about Greek Life? Any 
student who managed to miss all the parties should 
never forgive himself. Then there are the more 
traditional memories of Greek Life: Greek Week, 
Homecoming, and Cotillion, to name a few. And who 
could ever forget the varying forms of pledging that 
both entertained us and kept us up ALL night? 

Greek Life will always be a mainstay at Montclair 
State University. The friendships made have forever 
changed the lives of their members. 




Alpha Kappa Psi fosters scientific researcii in tlie 
fields of commerce, accounts, and finance to 



educate their membership and promote 

advancement in institutions in Business 

Administration. It is the developer of leaders. 



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Delta Phi Epsilon 




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Delta Phi Epsilon unites a dix'erse group of 
w-omen b\' stressing self, scholarship, sisterhood. 

social and semce. They support three 

philanthropies which are Anorexia Nerx'osa, Delta 

Phi Epsilon Education Foundation, and C\-stic 

Fibrosis^ 

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Delta XLQetta 




Delta Xi Delta unites young 

women of like ideals for the 

purpose of forming a strong 

bind of sisterhood. This is 



accomplished through 

friendship, scholarship, and 

responsible citizenship. 



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Sigma Delta Tau forms a close 
and fraternal union of those of 

similar ideals. They foster, 
maintain, and instill such ideals 
in the hearts of its members to 
identify the highest precepts of 
true womanhood, democracy, 
and humanity. 






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Lambda Theta Phi 






Lambda Theta Phi is a Latin 

Fraternity which serves as a 

source of support for the 

students in pursuit of an 

education or career while 

promoting Latin unity. They 

strive to benefit the campus 

community. 



Lambda S^ma Upsiion 




Lambda Sigma Upsiion realizes the 

needs of the campus and 

surrounding communities. They 

swear to strive for academic 

excellence, community 

development, and cultural 

awareness. They promote school 

pride and offer campus events. 



Lambda Tau Omesa 








Lambda Tau Omega provides 

socio-political and economic 

concerns. They have established 

the necessity to expose and 

stimulate the community to 

different cultural influences. They 

promote the richness of all 

cultures. 



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Mu Sisima Upsilon 






Mu Sigma Upsilon sets 

forth a positive image of all 

women and promotes 

cultural awareness 

through which every 

nationality, race, creed, 

and religion come together 

in participation with the 

university and 

communities. 




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Pi Kappa ^Pha 




Pi Kappa Alpha believes in the importance of virtue of 

commits to living in the values of the Pi Kappa Alpha 

Fraternity. They seek wisdom and knowledge while 

serving others in modestv and difinitv. 



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Sigma Delta Phi 









Sigma Delta Phi promotes association and 

social development among the women 
students of this university. They focus on 



leadership, school activity participation, and 
fellowship between women of different majors. 



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Tau Phi Beta is also 

known as the Bulls. 

The Bulls root 

themselves in 

personal growth and 

value of its brothers. It 

is one of the few local 

fraternities and is both 

social and 

philanthropic. 



Tail Kappa Epsiton 




Tau Kappa Epsilon contributes to the advancement 

of society ttirougli the personal growth of their 

membership and service to others. 



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Otnesa Psi Phi 



Omega Psi Phi enliances tlie intellectual 
and social aspects of MSU amongst black 
men. They support and maintain fraternal 

spirit and cooperate with other area 

chapters to ensure the growth of Omega 

and foster the welfare of the local 

community. 







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Swing Phi Swins 




Swing Phi Swing 

provides community 

service, sliolarship, and 

fellowship through 

discipline, effective 

leadership, and unity. 



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Phi SiBma Pi 




Phi Sigma Pi is tounded upon 
tlie basis of superior sciiolarsliip 
witii tlie avowed purpose of 
advancing academic, 
professional, and social ideals. 
It advances the interest of 
service, brotherhood, and the 
acquisition of knowledge. 



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provide a iifelong sororit\' 

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on friendsiiip, strong womanlx' 

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Delta Chi 





Delta Chi believes there are 

great advantages from 

brotherhood. They promote 

friendship, develop character, 

advance justice, and assist in 

the acquisition of a sound 

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Alpha Iota Chi benefits all 

students of MSU and the 

surrounding communities. They 

strive to produce a well rounded 

individual by including academic 

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promotes friendsiiip 

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creeds, and religions 

to raise the standard 

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Cotillion 




Greek Week 




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Will you always 
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Hat I f^sociation 



RHA is the voice of tlie resident students! 






The purpose of this organization is to represent the t^indergraduate students of Montclair State 
University in order to establish representative government in residence life. It strives to enhance 
the residential college experience by being involved in the process of residential policy making; 
to consistently promote the image of the Montclair State University residence hall system, to 
maintain a positive working relationship with the Office of Residence Life, in order to cordially 
make decisions in the best interest of tlie residential -commLinfty, and to create hall programming 
in which residents can exercise school spirit and take pride in where they live. 

Executive Board: 

President: Pierre Johnson 

Vice President: Sonali Gokhale ;. 

Secretary: Jazmine Parker - ' 

Treasurer: MichaelMarcinowski ; ' 

General Members: ^ '; 

Leonardo Palumbo, LeChelle Herron, Matthew Brittingham, Berlyn Vilcant, Donna Kay McFadden, 
Jaymes Fuller, Kim McCroud, Alexis Okai, Jully Loiseau, Donna f?arker, Nikhilesh Gorukanti, 
Tiffany Allison, Sam Belony, Angelito Cabigao, Monika McCormick, Leilah Bowser, Quentin 
Monden, Julie Glaimeau, Mabel Almonte . 

Past activities include the Change Your Campus campaign. Residents Weekend, residence hall 
movie nights, residence hall forums, and the Fire Safety Awareness Program. 

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Red Hawk Leadership Honor Society 



The purpose of this organization is to acknowiecige tlie acliiex'ements of Moniclair State Uni\-ersit\s most 
putstanding seniors based on tiieir contributions to tlie campus communit\-. their commitment to sei-\1ng 
he current and future needs of the uni\'ersit\-. and their leadership potential. 

Executi\e Board: 

Founding President: Yuri Jadotte 

\/ice President: .\nthon\' Mennuti 

Treasurer: Stac\' Resales 

Secretary-: Iva' Cartagena 

Historian: Waleed Gabr 

Foundation & Fundraising Committee Chair: Cathleen Dale 

Outreach Committee Chair: Pierre Johnson 

Student Alumni Committee Chair: Nalandra Barton 




Hakim Adbi. Cathleen Dale, ^'uri Jadotte. Stac\- Resales. Diana 



Pierre Johnson. Da\1d Kois. .Michael McPhee. Shawnna 



.Mark Jamieson. Suzette Liautaud. K\ie 



General .Members: 

College of Science & Mathematics (CS.YMt 

Saidic. Ronald Realubit 

College of Humanities & Social Sciences iCHSSi 

i.Morris. KindKne X'ilcant. Kendra Faison 

Icollege of Education & Human Ser\-ices (CEHSi: Karen .Masban^ 

'\lcCarth\-. Kristin Shernoff. \'ick\- Osorio 

School of the .\rts (SARTi: Ralph .\ndre. Ixa' Cartagena. Disha Harjani. .\nthony Mennuti 

ischool of Business (SBUSi: Nalandra Barton. Dalandra Barton. Waleed Gabr. Rahfeal Gordon. Sean 

iHogan 

Past Activities include Recruit-a-Cro\vd for mens soccer, the RHL Chant, the Logo Design Competition. 
the MSU Fight Song Search, the annual retreat at the .MSU .NJ School of Conserxation. the RHL 
Scrapbook. the RHL Campus-wide fundraiser and the .MSU Leadership Reception. 

Leaders in the ser\1ce of Montclair State L"ni\ersit\". 





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The parties, the debates with other students, the quiet 
cramming in a corner of the third floor of the Student 
Center. To each of us, Student Life takes on a different 
meaning. Whatever it may or may not mean to you, 
though, it remains a major part of the college 
experience. As is often said, much more is learned 
outside of the classroom than within its confines. And 
that learning, that intrinsic part of the educational 
experience, is what we know as "student life." 

To put a face or name or even description to the 
words "student life" is nearly impossible because it 
means so many different things to everyone of us. For 
some of us, the Student Government elections are a 
basic part of the college experience; for others, it is the 
laughter shared on the steps of the Student Center. 
And for nearly all of us, it is altering our walking 
patterns to avoid an ever-growing area of construction, 
which has come to be a part of the essence and identity 
of Montclair State University. 

Hopefully, though, "student life" will remind each of us 
of the best memories of our college experience. After 
all, who among us really wants to remember that boring 
general education class that we wished we didn't need 
to take in order to graduate? And who among us 
wouldn't want to remember the fun we had with one 
another, be it through that enlightening discussion 
about Nietsche in our Philosophy study group or 
dancing the night away with our closest friends? 

College would be a much less rich experience were it 
not for the excitement of the college campus, that thrill 
of learning, and the energy of being young - or at least, 
young at heart. And that is what we at La Campana 
hope we can recreate on these humble pages. 



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L-R: David Kois, Treasurer; Amy Chicken, 

Vice President; Angelo Lilla, President; 

Stephanie Sattelberger, Secretary 




^ message from your 
SCA President Anstelo Ulla 

The summer before freshman year, we walked onto campus for 
orientation. We met the Peer Leaders and learned about what the 

campus had to offer. September came and the semester was 

started in high spirits. We all witnessed many changes like The 

Village at Little Falls, the Red Hawk Deck, Kasser Theater, NJ 

Transit Train Station and Deck, The Children's Center, and 

finally University Hall. As the MSU expanded, so did we as 

individuals. We were taught new ideas and concepts and faco 

many challenges that would strengthen us. We were given th 

opportunity to think outside of the box. We fought closed 

classes, parking tickets, and beating the gusty winds as we 

walked to class. As we leave the campus, we also will leave our 

mark as the Class of 2006. Now it's time to show the world 

what we can do and who we have become. 

Congratulations, Class of 2006 

it of luck in all of y our future endeavorsi 






73rd Student Legislature 

Anthony Guttilla - President Pro Tempore 



Abby Gildersleeve 
Anthony Ng 
Brian Gatens 
Cassie-Lee Backstrom 
Chiedoriem Ugwuala 
Christina Bylsma 
Damond Stubbs 
Daphne Jean-Baptiste 
Doug Mclntyre 
Edmond Loney 
Eileen Mathis 
Jamie Dresher 
Jeffrey Welfel 
Jenn Solomon 
Jeremy Slagle 
John Miller 
Joseph Specchio 
Joshua Riley 
Kristine Covello 



Mahima Giri 

Marion "Mook" Crawford 
Michael Paravati 
Phil Accoe 
Randa Saleh 
Ron Chicken 
Serichai Traipoom 
Shasta Fowler 
Shaun Pilkington 
Shawnna Morris 
Steven Patelis 
Tara Anello 
Troy Burke 
Vaughn McEnough 
Vivian Lilikas 
Vladeen Charles 
Wesouf Abdrabough 
William Brown 



SGA Cabinet 2005-2006 



Chief of Staff 

Attorney General 

Director of Programming 

Director of Class II & III 

Director of Residential Affairs 

Director of Commuter Affairs 

Director of Greeks & Social Fellowships 

Director of Multicultural Awareness 

Director of Marketing & Publicity 

Director of Recreation & Athletics 

Director of Academic Affairs 

Director of University Affairs 

fm Web Coordinator 

^^^^ordinator of Educational Funding 



Nilam Katodia 
Fatima Chak 
Jillian Romaniello 
Lourdes Rayo 
Mabel Almonte 
Adam Roth 
Dan Peltz 
Natalie Williams 
Giselle Birch 
Kelly O'Connor 
Paul Cacciuttolo 
Kim McCroud 
Ralph Mullenax 
Mark Gray 






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The annual SGA Fall Leadership Retreat took place October] 
2 1-23 at YMCA Camp Mason in Blairstown, New Jersey. 
Students from Greek Lite, Class I, II, and III organizations, 
and the SGA were able to teambuild through ropes 
courses, networking sessions, and campus issue 
workshops. It proved to be a fun time for all in attendance! 




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How Could We Forget Them? 

For the students who are involved 
with Campus Recreation, Rec. 
Board, or any other facet of 
campus life, it is inevitable that 
they will encounter the dedicated 
team of leaders who live in the 
Student Activities Office. This 
group works to coordinate 
leadership opportunities as well as 
programs and events to make 
sure all students have the chance 
to be involved and find a home 
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Meet the Team 

Fatima DeCarvalho - Director of Student Activities 
Ricti Brown - Director of Student Leadership Program 
Hayden Greene - Greek Life Advisor 
Julie Fleming - Coordinator of Weekend and 

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Krysthian LeMus - Assistant for Leadersliip Programs 
Claire wooloff - Program Assistant 
Kathleen Costello - Program Scheduler 
Pamela Elum - Office Coordinator 




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After four, or five, or six, or however many years, we 
all look forward to the day when our college career is 
finally completed. Looking forward to our careers, while 
looking back on the memories, experience, and 
education that we received during our college years, we 
find ourselves with a mixture of emotions. While no 
doubt glad to be free of the debt and pressure that 
college brings, and while looking forward to our careers 
or our future endeavors into higher education, we 
usually reflect on the life we are giving up. The parties, 
the ability to forego the responsibilities of the real world, 
the pleasure of working with thousands of people who 
seek the same things we seek, and all of the other 
aspects of college life, will soon be gone from our lives. 
In its place, we feel a sense of accomplishment for 
achieving our diploma, we experience the joy of being 
educated, apd we possess the ability to work in our 
chosen profession, whatever that may be. 

For a growing number of us, college was not merely a 
matter of relaxing, going to classes for fifteen hours a 
week, and not doing much else. Instead, we faced 
challenges from our personal lives, from our jobs, and 
from any other activities in which we participated during 
our college years. These obstacles, though, did not 
stop us. Instead, they made us stronger people, ready 
to face the challenges of life. These hurdles became 
part of our cpllege experience, and part of the learning 
we achieved! as students at Montclair State. 

Regardless of how we spent our college years, or the 
path taken X6 reach the goal of graduation, we now can 
look back on our accomplishments, and look ahead to 
our futures. In honor of the glory of our past and the 
richness of our futures. La Campana proudly presents 
the Class of 2006. 



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me! - Jen Wilento, Bus. Mgmt. c/o 2006 




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Oscar D. 
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Marianna 
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for blasting music. - Christine R.HannaIn, c/o 2006 




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I will always remember SGA, PRISM, Glory days! 




Matthew Anthony 
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Kimberly C. 
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- Adam P. Roth, B.S. c/o 2006 




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the late r^ights in the 

SGA office, the walks 

around campus, the 

trips to Starbucks, the 

friends, the loue, and the 

experiences. 

- Nilam L. Kotadia, B.S. 

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/ will alwaysr&member 

my '4 lO' Senior 

Project, and the fun we 

had working with Tim 

and JP! 

- Jeffrey Thomas 

Meudt, B.A. Theatre 

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the awesome times in 
my major classes witli 

some of tine greatest 
people i have ever met. 
- Lauren Ashley Pereira, 

B.A. Communication 

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/ fjuill olwoys remember my 
Freshmen year memories 
Uiuing with some amazing 
meople on the 5th Floor of 
Wreeman Hall. I built some 
mvery strong relationships 
mat year that I still cultivate 
b this day. Love always to 
■Honors Program kids. 
- Stacy Rosales, B.S. 
Molecular Biology do 2006 



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- Tazeen Fatima, 

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familiar face at any 

part of the day. 
- Angela Pecoraro^ 

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..i i^iu iJwoys remeber 

Alice Paul 4F, where 

everyone knows your 

name! 

- Tremayne Reid, 

B.A. Psychology minor 

African American 

Studies do 2006 




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working as a student 

assistant for the Center 

of Academic 

Development and 

Assessment. 
- Nadia Abdallah, 

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/ will always remember 

the beautiful campus, 

midnight walks to Russ 

Hall, and sitting in the 

sun people watching in 

the Quad. 

- Jessica Marini, B.S. 

Mathematics do 2006 




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hours spent in Life Hall. I think I 

spent more time there than in 

my own room. It was always 

filled with Theatre and Dance 

students. The creativity was 

overflowing out of that place. I 

will remember the great 
productions on the Montclair 
stages. The memories I have 
from performing in Fox and 
Kasser Theater are ones I will 
keep with me always. 

- Jon Hoche, 

B.F.A. Theatre: Acting 

do 2006 



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roast for Dr. Wayne Bond, 

the department chair for 

Communication Studies. 

He is a truly dedicated, 

engaging and selfless 

educator who I feel 

privileged to have learned 

from. 

- Candice Chiavola, 

B.A. Communication 

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snowballs at Amy Chicken In the 

winter time outside Life Hall, it's not 

about what happens to you In life. 

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happens. 

- Joshua Beekmon, 

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Wayne's World 

during a WMSC 

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from the station was 

there going crazy all 

at once! 

- Glna Capplello, 

B.A. Communication 

Studies do 2006 






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dance practices witli UAA.SO. Sunciaij 

nights at Six Brothers Diner witli Plii 

Sigma Pi, Homecoming float building 

in file rain 2 gears in a row. and fun 

times Luitli the roomies in Williams 

Hall. 

- Rachel liy Cartagena, B.A. 
Communication Studies w/ cone, in 
PR and Journalism minor c/o 2006 






/ LuiU always remember Tim Herman and 
Jane Peterson - luithout them, I probably 
wcmldn't have truly learned anything. 

- Trade Gerardi, 
B.A. Theatre Studies c/o 2006 




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When the University cut the 

Wrestling Team for a 

second year in a row, the 

students of MSU banded 

together to give the men the 

support they needed to 

show the administration 

what the students wanted. 








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On April 1 1 , 2006 
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came to Montclair 
State University. 

Tiie idea is that the 

Harry Potter from Year 

7 and the Harry Potter 

from Year 4 started a 

rock band. And now, 

no one can stop the 

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Kasser Theater 

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the musical 

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La Campana 



La Campana is the oldest 
publication found on the campus of 
Montclair State. Tracing its roots to 
the days when out University was 
merely Montclair Normal School, La 
Campana has portrayed the campus 
for generations. Its name meaning 
"The Bell" in Spanish, the yearbook 
has symbolized Montclair State just 
as the Spanish-architecture and bell 
of College Hall have represented the 
college since its inception. 

Throughout the year our staff has 
remained small, but with this small 
group and much determination we 
have done our job. We are eagerly 
looking forward to the upcoming year 
(years for some) and producing the 
next book. It is a long and tedious 
process at times but in the end, 
when we get to see the product of 
our time and effort, somehow it is all 
worth it. 

Jamie B. Dresher, Co-Editor-in-Chief 





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La Campana Staff pictured 
from L-R: 

Laura J. Hutcheon, 

Magdalena Legutko, 

Jamie B. Dresher 




The Staff of La Campana would like to 
extend our most heartfelt congratulations to 
the Class of 2006. After four (or more) long 
years of hard work, you've finally made it! 
Best of luck in all your future endeavors, 
- The Staff of La Campana 




La Campana Staff 
pictured from L-R: 

Krystal Wooiston, 

Anthony Guttilla, 

Amy Chicken, 

George Meleas 



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La Campana 2005-2006 

Jamie B. Dresher - Co-Editor-in-Chief 
Amy Chicken - Co-Editor-in-Chief 

Anthony Guttilla - Assistant Editor-in-Chief and Page Design 

Editors 



IVIarissa Cassidy 

Laura J. Hutcheon 

Magdalena Legutko, 

George IVIeleas 

Krystal Woolston 



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La Campana 





What will you remember about your 

times here at MSU? How could 

anyone forget the parking or 

construction? I don't think those 

events will be as unforgettable as the 

friendships we have created on this 

temporary homebase. MSU was a 

place to meet many new people, 

whether it be in class, studying in a 

lounge, or living down the hall. The 

experiences and fun we had with 

friends will live as we remember our 

college experience. The late night 

study groups, trips to the Ratt, and 

long walks across campus may 

highlight some of the usual or things 

we did. But there is nothing mundane 

about walking across campus. We are 

only here for a short time - so enjoy 

the time you have with whatever 

comes next. Enjoy everything you do, 

even if it is a simple walk. You don't 

know when you will be on that path 

again because sooner or later we 

travel on. Best Wishes Class of 2006! 

Amy Chicken, Co-Editor-in-Chief 



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La Campana would like to thank the 

following people for their help in the 

publication of this book: 

Jostens Publishing, Tim McGovern 

our Jostens Representative, Jim 

Carroll, and the staff at Lors 

Photography 

Hayden Greene, Julie Fleming, The 
Montclarion, The Student 
Government Association 

Michael Peters our university 

photographer, the MSU 

Administration 

The Staff of the 2006 yearbook: 

Jamie Dresher, Amy Chicken, Laura 

Hutcheon, George Meleas, Anthony 

Guttilla, Krystal Woolston, Marissa 

Cassidy, Magdalena Legutko 

Jostens Printing and Publishing 

Division, which is located in State 

College, Pennsylvania, printed the 

2006 edition of La Campana, the 

yearbook of Montclair State 

University. There were 2, 600 copies 

printed of the 2006 yearbook with 

280 pages in each book.