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Traditions can be either the links that connect one generation 
to the next or the shackles that hold us back from the future. 
Without a connection to our past, toe lose part of coho coe are 
and hovo toe haoe been shaped throucjh the blessings and trials 
a3e'ue faced. But if roe cling slaoishl^? to "hoco it has alcoa^^s 
been," coe coill lose the dreams and ideas that are the hope for 
tomorrocD. 

What part coill traditions play in your life^ That is one of the 
greatest choices you w\\\ make as you embark on this next 
phase of lioing. teaming to embrace tradition as the connection 
to ^ur roots mhile using it as the steppingstone to ^ur 
dreams is the challenge of a lifetime. Bs you do, you uM build 
your otjon traditions to paoe the road to your tomorroco. 
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'IS a New 
Beginning 







A Message From President Susan A. Cole 



To the Class of 2007: 



On behalf of the entire faculty and administration of Montclair State University, I offer 
you my heartiest congratulations. You have worked hard and earned your place 
among the esteemed ranks of Montclair State University graduates. Well done. 

As you move toward the next stage of your lives, you and your classmates will step 
into careers that span every area of professional life. I am confident that you will 
make important contributions to society and that you will be a source of pride to the 
University. 

The years ahead will certainly be filled with opportunities for success, but also with 
difficult challenges. No matter what course lies before you, I hope you will always 
carry with you the energy and determination that has brought you this far. 

There is important work that needs doing, and you have the capacity to do it, and so 
I commend you to the world beyond our campus. Remember all that you have 
learned during your years here, keep on learning, and follow your dreams. Carpe 
diem and carpe futura. 



Sincerely, 



Susan A. Cole 

President 

Montclair State University 





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A Message From Your Vice President of 
Student Development and Campus Life 



*Classof2007, * 



A college yearbook is both a memento of an extraordinary time in your life and a call to put your 
education to work. It's time to go out in the world and find your rightful place. It's time to begin 
building your own life and your own future. 

I congratulate and applaud you on the culmination of years of study and hard work that resulted in your 
graduation from Montclair State University. Equally important, I challenge you to carry with you the 
values and traditions instilled in you as students of this great University: Aim high. Choose compassion 
over complacency. Prize courage over comfort. Use your imagination, ingenuity and audacity to explore, 
discover and change a world undergoing ceaseless and kaleidoscopic change. Be an engaged, responsible 
citizen. Finally, use your education to not only realize your individual potential but to contribute to our 
society as well. Remember your time spent at MSU and think often about the friendships made with 
faculty, staff and students. Those relationships and the experiences that you shared together will serve 
often as reminders of the challenges and rewards that have made you the men and women you are today. 

I am confident you will make the right choices and do the right things, in part because this yearbook so 
clearly illustrates that so many of you have already done so. You have my best wishes for a happy, 
healthy and productive future. 

Sincerely, 

Dr. Karen L Pennington 

Vice President for Student Development and Campus Life 




A Message From Your Dean of Students 



Dear Graduates, 



Congratulations on completing a milestone - obtaining your baccalaureate degree. You should feel 
very proud of yourselves for successfully completing the rigors of your major programs, the many 
exams and projects, the internships, the performances and the student teaching - you did it! 
You have proved that hard work, persistence and commitment pay off. 

I recognize that completing your undergraduate education is exciting, but it may also be scarey and 
that is normal. I want you to remember that 'Every Ending is a New Beginning'. As you launch out 
into the next phase of life, whether you are going into the job market or graduate school, I am 
confident that you will be successful -just look at what you have already accomplished. 
Believe in yourself, work hard and make wise choices! 



I love you, 

'Your' Dean of Students 

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The Voice Of A Fellow Student 



The Spanish-speaking student body at MSU is comprised of a multi-cultural array of first, 

second and third generation Hispanics: one language and many perspectives. 

I've had the opportunity to meet Peruvians. Dominicans. Puerto Ricans. Cubans, and 

Ecuadorians, just to name a few. Also, there are some whose parents came from different 

Spanish-speaking countries, so it's impossible to classify us. for we are as varied as any 

ethnic group can hope to be: a true kaleidoscope. 

In speaking with a number of my classmates, my goal was to possibly find some common 

ground, something that would reflect in general the spirit that prevailed. This was not an 

easy feat, and coming from the school of hard knocks, I welcomed the challenge. 

Most of us who were not bom here remember the old country with a bitter-sweet nostalgia, 

knowing that we can ne\er turn back the hands of time, and e\'en if we were to return, 

somehow things would never be the same. We remember the suffering of our people, for all 

of us share that common bond of pain. Either first hand or through our parents, we are all 

aware of the injustices, the oppression at both ends of the political spectrum, and what better 

way to empathize with the pain of others than to have experienced it yourself at some level. 

Because I'm in the humanities. I spoke to students who fa\or teaching, predominantly 

Spanish, of course. They all seem to be very enthusiastic about making a positive 

difference, as educators, in the lives of young people. All are very proud of their heritage 

and the indelible contributions that Hispanics have made to the American culture. And all, 

without exception, honor this land that has welcomed them and gi\-en them the opportunity 

to achie\e their fullest potential- something unheard of in many other countries. 

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The Athletic Training students of 
MSU work hard to learn and be 
responsible for the care, prevention, 
and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. 
All students who are in the Athletic 
Training Education program are 
members of this group. These 
students get to work with all sports 
teams of MSU and attend practices, 
games, and travel tournaments. 
Florida, California, and Arizona are 
only some of the destinations they 
have traveled to with the teams. 
Students are given the opportunity to 
use facilities at other training centers, 
local colleges, high schools, and 
physical therapy clinics. Some 
students have also had the chance to 
work with the New York Giants, the 
New York Jets, and the New York City 
Radio Rockettes. The Athletic 
Training Club is an asset to 
Montclair's academic and division 
sports programs. 



Executive Board 

Kaite Castellanos, President 

AN Cole, Vice President 

Allison Cahott, Treasurer 

Cheryl Botelho, Secretary 



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Date 

11/17/06 




Opponent 
Scranton 



Result 
L, 75-62 



Clarkson 


W, 81-61 


King's College 


L, 71-60 


Colby 


W, 57-39 


Bowdoin 


L, 86-46 


Mt. St. Mary 


L, 70-52 


Rutgers-Camden 


W, 87-30 


William Paterson 


L, 51-45 


TCNJ 


W, 59-47 


Farmingdale State 


W, 78-58 


Catholic DC 


L, 65-38 


Messiah 


L, 70-53 


Hood College 


W, 58-30 


New Jersey City 


W, 66-58 


Ramapo 


W, 51-41 


Kean 


L, 78-55 


Rutgers-Newark 


W, 58-53 


Richard Stockton 


L, 64-57 


William Paterson 


W, 72-61 


Rowan 


W, 72-59 


Drew 


W, 84-46 


New Jersey City 


W, 55-47 


Ramapo 


W, 79-44 


Rutgers-Newark 


W, 43-29 


TCNJ 


L, 60-38 


John Jay 


W, 71-53 


Richard Stockton 


W, 65-50 


Farmingdale State 


W, 85-70 



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Date 


Opponent 


Result 


11/17/07 


Hood College 


L, 55-53 


11/18/07 


McDaniel 


L. 66-60 


11/27/07 


Berkeley 


W. 91-43 


11/29/07 


College of Staten 


sland L. 66-64 


12/01/07 


Williams 


W. 79-69 


1 2/02/07 


St. Joseph 


W. 73-56 


12/06/07 


William Paterson 


L. 66-50 


1 2/09/07 


TCNJ 


L. 65-54 


12/14/07 


Rutgers-Camden 


W, 81-62 


12/20/07 


Briarcliffe 


W. 93-61 


01/06/07 


Salisbury 


W, 78-71 


01/07/07 


Moravian 


L, 73-65 


01/10/07 


Berkeley 


W, 97-55 


01/13/07 


New Jersey City 


L, 76-63 


01/17/07 


Ramapo 


L, 77-74 


01/20/07 


Kean 


W, 80-67 


01/24/07 


Rutgers-Newark 


L,. 77-76 


01/27/07 


Richard Stockton 


W.. 84-78 


01/31/07 


William Paterson 


L.. 48-45 


02/03/07 


Rowan 


L. 78-68 


02/07/07 


Philadelphia Bible 


W, 87-57 


02/1 0/07 


New Jersey City 


L, 90-66 


02/1 5/07 


Ramapo 


W. 71-68 


02/1 7/07 


Rutgers-Newark 


W, 78-71 



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Date 


Opponent 


Result 


09/03/06 


Medgar Evers College 


W, 11-1 


09/04/06 


King's College 


W, 3-0 


09/07/07 


Centenary 


W, 9-0 


09/10/07 


Mary Washington 


W, 1-0 


09/11/07 


Ellzabethtown College 


L, 0-2 


09/14/07 


John Jay 


W, 7-0 


09/17/07 


TCNJ 


L, 1-2 


09/21/07 


William Paterson 


T, 1-1 


09/24/07 


Kean 


W, 5-1 


09/28/07 


New Jersey City 


W, 2-1 


10/01/07 


Ramapo 


L, 0-2 


10/05/07 


Johns Hopkins 


L, 1-2 


10/08/07 


Mitchell College 


W, 4-0 


10/12/07 


Richard Stockton 


L, 2-4 


10/15/07 


Rowan 


W, 1-0 


10/19/07 


USMMA-Kings Point 


T, 1-1 


10/22/07 


Rutgers-Cannden 


L, 0-2 


10/25/07 


Rutgers-Newark 


W, 5-0 


10/29/07 


Ramapo 


U 1-2 



Players 

Bill Anthes 
Ryan Morgan 
llyas Tasci 
Ray Ciccone 
Matt Behen 
Dion Privett 
Mike Hogan 
Todd Tumelty 
Sean Horan 
Kyle Bowe 
Kyle Hughes 
Jeff Rowe 
Juan Perez 
Owen Amster 
Kamil Kluczynski 
Owen Nichols 



Jessen Van Syckle 
Chris D'Amato 
Kevin Burkhardt 
Brian Miles 
Eric Pfeifer 
Dennis McSweeney 
Sheldon Wilson 
Marco Colasacco 
Leroy Seqeira 
John Pompeo 
Todd Woll 
Gabe Meria 
Nick Mele 
Michael Vermes 
Edgard Dinten 
Kevin McGlintock 
Chris Owen 



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Players 

Jess Amendola 

Dara Nalven 
Ruby Russell 
Lauren Kowalski 
Kaylan Van Brookhove 
Nicole Kogut 
Megan Brown 

Laura Johnson 
Pamela Breitenbach 
Maureen Shockley 
Justine Barbato 
Angela Martone 
Eliza Urcioli 
Jennifer Kelleher 
Annette Bednarz 
Kelly Dutko 
Erin Trezza 
Dominique Paladino 
Nicole Ruas 
Kristin Kuhmann 



Date Opponent Result 

09/03/06 Lynchburg College L, 0-3 

09/04/06 Arcadia University L, 1-2 

09/10/06 Simmons College L, 2-3 

09/1 1/06 Bay Path College W, 3-0 

09/17/06 TCNJ L, 2-5 

09/18/06 Ferrum College W, 2-0 

09/21/06 William Paterson W, 1-0 

09/24/06 Kean L, 1 -2 

09/26/06 NYU W, 2-0 

09/28/06 New Jersey City W, 5-0 

10/01/06 Ramapo T, 1-1 

1 0/05/06 Drew L, 0-3 




10/08/06 


Richard Stockton 


T, 1-1 


10/12/06 


Stevens 


L, 0-1 


10/18/06 


Moravian College 


L, 0-1 


10/20/06 


Rowan 


T, 0-0 


10/22/06 


Rutgers-Camden 


W, 3-2 


10/26/06 


Rutgers-Newark 


W, 1-0 


10/29/06 


Richard Stockton 


T, 1-1 



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Date 



Opponent 



Indoor Season 

12/03/06 Seton Hall Open Meet I 
12/10/06 Seton Hall Open Meet II 
01/26/07 Army Invitational 
01/27/07 New Balance Invitational 
02/02/07 DeSchriver Invitational 
02/10/07 GTC Championships M 
02/19/07 NJAG Championships M 
02/23/07 NYU FastTrack Invitationa 
02/25/07 Seton Hall Invitational 
03/03/07 Armory Open 
03/09/07 NCAA Championships 



Result 



No Team Scoring 

No Team Sconng 

No Team Scoring 

No Team Sconng 

Men/Women 

en 2nd/Women 9th 

en 2nd/V\/omen 4th 

I No Team Scoring 

No Team Scoring 

No Team Sconng 

Men 28th Place 



Outdoor Season 

03/23/07 Dick Shea Open No Team Scoring 

03/31/07 Danny Curan Invitational No Team Scoring 

04/14/07 7th Annual Bill Omeltchenko NTS 

04/21/07 CTC Championships Men 5th/Women 7th 

04/26/07 Penn Relays Men's 4x400 Relay 

05/05/07 NJAC Championships Men 3rd/Women 5th 

05/12/07 Penn - Jersey Meet No Team Scoring 

05/17/07 Lions' Last Chance Qualifier NTS 

05/24/07 NCAA Championships Men 66th Place 



Men's Team 

David Antunes, Eugene Asimou, Donovan 
Bembridge, Will Bishop, Albert Carter, Sohail 
Chaudhry, Elvis Cole, Ryan Cornell, Armando Cruz, 
Terence Daly, Brian Gannon, Hector Gutierrez, Chris 
Harris, Pedro Hernandez, Terry lavorone, Akeem 
James, Anthony Jarvis, Adenford Jean-Phillippe, 
Ryan Jordan, Salim Laib, Kyle Kolich, Edmond 
Loney, Sal McGrady, Mario Morhson-Bird, Ike 
Nwoga, Michael Palazzo, Dwight Palmer, Kevin 
Ross, Scott Sands, Jacob Spann, Sutton Scott, Jairo 
Sierra, Jonathan Silverman, Jihad Springer, Jack 
Stovall, Bayu Suthsno, Lee Tedeschi, John Tsihias, 
Tony Williams, Anthony Woolford 



Women's Team 

Alysha Alston, Leslie Dobbs, Joanna Fuentes, Jamie 
Gerner, Amanda Hart, My-Asya Newell, Margaret 
Owusu, Shareeda Smith, Judline Tumson, Gi'ana 
Walker 



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Date Opponent Result 



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10/27/06 

11/09/06 Adelphi 

11/11 /07 Providence College 

11/17/06 

12/05/06 SetonHall 

12/09/06 College Misericordia 
12/12/06 Kings Point 

01/13/07 Stevens 

01/20/07 William Paterson 

01/23/07 Drew 

01/27/07 Rowan 



NJIT Men, W, 47-45 

NJIT Women, W 47-1 7 

Baruch Men, W, 51-41 

Baruch Women, W, 49-35 

TCNJ Men, L, 131-89 

Women, L, 160-79 
Men, W, 122-101 
Women, L, 113-101 
Men, L, 123-106 
Women, 1,138.5-76.5 
Kutztown Invitational Men, 2nd Place 

Women, 6th Place 
Men, L, 120-94 
Women, L, 154-68 
Men, W, 111-70 
Men, L, 149-86 
Women, W, 128-94 
Men, W, 103-82 
Women, W, 113-73 
Men, W, 121-102 
Women, W, 130-104 
Men, W, 124-73 
Women, W, 118-113 
Men, L, 151-111 
Women, L, 143-97 
Men, W, 134-94 



01/31/07 Vassar 

02/16-02/18 Metropolitan Championships 

(at Rutgers Univ., New Brunswick, NJ) 

Men 6th /Women 8th 



Women's Team 

Kristine Bates 
Katie Curran 
Katie Eaches 
Raquel Erwin 
Laura Flynn 
Tracey Groel 
Jessica Guth 
Tracey Keelen 
Kaitlyn McGowan 

Kaitlin Muchler 
Jessica Patalano 
Jillian Reichardt 
Caitlin Rotondo 
Crena Sprague 
Amy Wuko 



Men's Team 

Ahmed Abdelaal 

Mohamed Abdelaal 

John Adams 

Matt Cappilla 

Tim Chambrovich 

Ryan Gorsky 

Matt Hyde 

Jon Kurtz 

Ricky Miller 

Brian Piatt 

Brandon Sands 

Marc Seemon 



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Date 


Opponent 


Result 


09/03/06 


Washington College 


W, 4-1 


09/06/06 


Eastern 


W, 2-0 


09/10/06 


Juniata College 


W, 3-0 


09/11/06 


Univ. of Rochester 


W, 1-0 


09/17/06 


Muhlenberg College 


W, 2-0 


09/21/06 


Manhattanville 


W, 3-2 


09/28/06 


Scranton 


W, 4-0 


10/01/06 


Richard Stockton 


L, 1-2 


10/05/06 


Kean University 


W, 2-0 


10/11/06 


Drew 


W, 4-1 


10/13/06 


Susquehanna 


W,2-1 


10/15/06 


Skidmore College 


W,1-0 


10/17/06 


Ramapo 


W, 4-0 


10/19/06 


SUNY New Paltz 


W, 3-1 


1 0/22/06 


TCNJ 


W, 2-1 


10/26/06 


William Paterson 


W,4-1 


10/29/06 


Wilkes University 


W, 3-1 


11/02/06 


Rowan 


L, 2-4 


11/09/06 


Washington & Lee 


W, 2-0 


11/11/06 


William Smith 


L, 1-2 



Players 

Alexandria Kelly 

Jennifer Tanis 

Kristen Swartz 

Jen Soss 

Jess Rosewall 

Karii Troisi 

Brisa Casas 

Lauren Zehnder 
Jaimie Lukacs 
Elyse Winkle 

Kim Demkowicz 

Alicia LaContora 

Shannon Gill 

Laura Chegwidden 

Brittany Paiko 

Margot Vreeland 

Jenna Gallo 

Yasi Moshiri 

Robyn Apicelli 

Sandra Casti 

Caitlin Ehehalt 
Sarah Phipps 

Jackie DeRicco 



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Location Result 


09/0206 


New Rochelle, NY MSU21,lona7 


09/16/06 


Springfield, MA Springfield 27,MSU 15 


09/23/06 


Montclair, NJ MSU 27, Salisbury 3 


09/23/06 


Montclair, NJ MSU 27, TCNJ 7 


10/07/06 


Buffalo, NY MSU 22, Buffalo 14 


10/14/06 


Union, NJ Kean 19, MSU 13 


10/21/06 


Montclair, NJ Cortland 41 , MSU 3 


10/28/06 


Montclair, NJ MSU 27, Rowan 20 


11/04/06 


Wayne, NJ MSU 44, William Paterson 9 


11/11/06 


Danbury, CT MSU 27, Western Conn. 22 







Players 



Andrew Ackerman, Mike Ajadi, Gary Andrewshetsko, 

Brian Appleton, Bill Bertscha, Jeff Bliss, Gary 

Brenner, Mitchell Britcher, Alex Burmeister, Orville 

Campbell, Marco Capozzoli, Fred Carter, Rob 

Clarizio, Russell Comune, Anthony Cristiano, Troy 

Cyburt, Bruce D'Amato, Sean Dedeyn, Nick DeFaIco, 

Chris DeMatteo, Derek DePascale, Chris Dickerson, 

Frank DiRienzo, Dominique Dixon, Vin Doffont, 

DeVaughn Dortch, Vin Elefante, Sal Fama, Rob 

Fantozzi, Mike Farrington, Mario Fragale, Nick 

Franco, Brandon Fronjian, Ashley Furman, Nick 

Giangrande, Shawn Gibson, Michael Goff, Jeremy 

Goldman, James Ryan Hanley, Mark Hemmer, 

Nathaniel Henning, Thomas Heslin, Cornell Hunt, Vin 

lachetta, Emmanuel Ihim, Michael Jump, Brian Kapp, 

German Keels, Sean Kiely, Dan Krainski, Esteban 

Leon, A.J. Lettizia, Ron Litz, Edmond Loney, Ryan 

Lynch, Dan Matthews, Ryan McCoach, Saladeen 

McGrady, Jeremy Mercer, Kevin Michel, Eric Palmer, 

Jeff Papcun, Carl Patelli, Chris Picchierri, Monsignor 

Donovan, Eugene Pinkney, Matt Poole-Boynkin, Mark 

Poore, Tyrone Prewitt, Willison Reed, Dominic 

Rubino, Derrell Sapp, Jason Scott, Omar Sevilla, 

Jesse Shenker, Ray Siegmund, Derrick Simmons, 

Rashaan Thomas, Rich Tuero, Brian Tweer, John 

Valkos, Vin Varcadipane, Dave Vermeuel, John 

Vianney, Rashon Walker, Bryant Wanamaker, John 

Wells, Terrell Whitehead, Travis Wilton, Jason 

Wombough, Brian Wrubel, Sirajj Ziyad 



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Date Opponent Result 

03/08/07 Drew W, 1 5-6 

03/13/07 McDaniel L, 14-13 

03/15/07 Dickinson W, 15-12 

03/24/07 Rowan W, 15-12 

03/27/07 FDU-Florham W, 12-11 

03/31/07 Centenary W, 22-3 

04/01/07 Lycoming L, 14-7 

04/04/07 Stevens W, 1 8-7 

04/07/07 Farmingdale State W, 21-2 

04/14/07 Kean W, 20-1 

04/19/07 Elizabethtown W, 13-6 

04/21/07 Mt. St. Vincent W, 13-5 

04/25/07 TCNJ L, 12-10 

04/27/07 Manliattanville W, 20-8 

05/02/07 Skyline Conference 

Manhattanville W, 18-8 

05/06/07 Skyline Conference 

Stevens W, 13-6 

05/09/07 Eastern Connecticut W, 17-7 

05/12/07 Hamilton at Gettysburg L, 13-1 1 



Players 

Lauren Adams 

Marykate DiBenedetto 

Jamie Hudacko 

Melissa Deangelo 

Justine DiPaolo 

Katy Mayer 

Cristin Bentz 

Jennifer Tanis 

Shauna Brocklebank 

Bethany Blaine 

Patti Flanagan 

Nicole Roselle 

Ann Daily 

Morgan MacPhee 

Jocelyn Ritter 

Kristin Kuhmann 

Kaite Castellanos 

Nicole LaRocca 

Dina Morrone 

Brianna Gillin 

Staci ShalkowskI 



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Date 


Opponent 


Result 


02/28/07 


Oneona 


L,11-07 


03/03/07 


Eastern Connecticut 


W,11-07 


03/12/07 


FDU-Florham 


L,11-09 


03/20/07 


Stevens 


L,11-08 


03/24/07 


Richard Stocl<ton 


W,13-12 


03/28/07 


New York Maritime 


W,11-06 


04/01/07 


Farmingdale 


W,13-12 


04/04/07 


IVIt. St. Vincent 


W, 16-03 


04/07/07 


Manhattanville 


W, 13-04 


04/11/07 


Centenary 


W,22-05 


04/14/07 


Susquehanna 


W,12-06 


04/18/07 


Kings Point 


L,09-06 


04/21/07 


Cabrini 


L,07-04 


04/23/07 


Kean 


W, 17-04 


04/25/07 


Sl<yline Conference 






Kings Point 


L,08-05 


05/03/07 


Dominican 


W,14-13 


05/11/07 


Drew 


W,17-13 


05/13/07 


Championship Game 






Stevens 


L, 17-06 



Players 



Patricl< Ferry 

John Delia Pesca 

Thomas Saley 

A.J. Bachman 

Patrick Nann 

Tyler Meixner 

John Schiavone 

A.J. Osetto 

Evan Wehmeyer 

Taylor Bonner 

Thomas Bowers 

Kevin O'Brien 

Collin Marsh 

Joseph DiGangi 

Robert Glander 

Dan Cuff 



Jonathan Lopez 
Andrew McHale 

Matt! Sharp 

Bryan Klimchak 

Brad Van 

Kalsbeck 

James Carbonello 

Pat Ritacco 

Nick Farrar 

Andrew King 

Kyle Nolan 

Adam Ahmad 

Allister Edwards 

Andrew Rosado 

Mario Passafiume 

Ryan Hanhart 



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Opponent 



Date 

03/1 0/07 Dubuque 

03/1 0/07 Framingham State 

03/11/07 St. Mary's 

03/11/07 Wilmington 

03/13/07 Wheaton 

03/13/07 Keene State 

03/14/07 Illinois College 

03/14/07 OhioWesleyan 

03/15/07 Albion 

03/15/07 New England College 

03/1 8/07 Plymouth State 

03/25/07 DeSALES 

03/27/07 John Jay 

03/29/07 Scranton 

03/31/07 Richard Stockton 

04/03/07 Rutgers-Newark 

04/05/07 Hunter 

04/07/07 Rutgers-Camden 

04/10/07 Ramapo 

04/14/07 TCNJ 

04/1 8/07 Drew 

04/1 9/07 New Jersey City 

04/21/07 Kean 

04/24/07 William 

04/28/07 Rowan 

05/01/07 NJAC Tournament Rowan 

05/04/07 NJAC Tournament WP 

05/05/07 NJAC Tournament Ramapo 

05/10/07 NCAA Montclair Regional 

Manhattanville 

05/1 1/07 NCAA Montclair Regional 

College of Staten Island 

05/12/07 NCAA Montclair Regional 

Moravian 

05/12/07 NCAA Montclair Regional 

Ramapo 

05/13/07 NCAA Montclair Regional 

Moravian 



Result 



W, 7-1 
W, 8-4 
L, 3-1 
W, 18-0 
W, 5-2 
L, 3-0 
W, 1-0 
W, 12-0 
W, 8-0 
W, 7-2 
W, 3-2 
W, 7-0, W, 6-1 
W, 12-0, W, 11-0 
W, 6-1, W, 8-0 
W, 6-1, W, 8-6 
W, 6-0, W, 8-2 

W, 5-2 

W, 7-4, W, 4-3 

L, 1-0, W, 3-2 

W, 5-0, L, 6-0 

W, 2-0, W, 10-4 

W, 9-0, W, 7-3 

W, 1-0, W, 3-2 

W, 3-0, W, 10-3 

W, 3-0, W, 7-6 

W, 2-1 

L, 5-4 

L, 4-3 

W, 3-2 

W, 3-1 

L, 9-2 
W, 2-0 

L, 8-2 



Players 



Ashley Lustenberger 

Megan Durkin 

Whitney Driver 

Corrine Gannon 

Elia Persico 

Megan Bryson 

Jennifer Jimenez 

Kelly Nance 



Megan Tantum 

Kelly Karp 

Jackie Ferranti 

Maureen Shockley 

Cheryl Bodak 
Carolyn McCrea 
Amanda Aguirre 
Amanda Livsey 



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Getting 



Involved 



Organizations 

Experiencing Life Outside the Classroom 




ASSIST 

Active Students Serving in 
Society Togetfier 
Class One Organization 



S.I.S.T. 

Since 1999" ' ^ 



To promote civic and consciousness 

campus involvement and unity through 

numerous charity events, community 

service events, and fundraisers 

Executive Board 

Kris Brandi, President 

Scott Stewart, Vice President 

Jen Frank, Secretary 

Val Kerr, Treasurer 

Jess Lozak, Head of Public Relations 

Clirissy Adamo, Assistant Secretary 

Robin Boan, Assistant of Public Relations 

Erin Fisher, Brandi Capozzi, AUyssa Hynes, 

Jimmy Nye, Coffeehouse Co-Chairs 





tSIST hosts bi-monthly cojfeehoitses that sen'e as 
en mic nights. They also host dances such as the 
annual Sock Hop and Charit}- Ball and raise 
activism awareness through Random Acts of 
Kindness and Sugar Strike events. ASSIST is a 
'mber of the Community Sennce Advisoiy Board. 
Their events raise money for local and national 
harities that include Broadway Cares, UNICEF, 
'Center for Hope Hospice, Operation Santa, and 
Make A Wish Foundation. 



tlembers: Tricia Somma, Laura Simone, Doug 
Iclntyre, Angela Bowne, Andrew Lignelli, Ron 

Litz, Jaclyn Themen, Laura Nappo, Eric 
Itrickland, Maura Juliano, Giovanni Palumbo, 

David Peck, Jessica Abrams, Jimmy Nye 








ttve Students Serving In Society Togetl 

"Making Charity Fun, 

Since 1999" 




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C1C 

Class One Concerts 
Class One Organization 




Purpose: 

We coordinate, encourage, and I 
promote a variety of concert 
programming events for the entire 
university. 



MONTCUimST 07 




Class One Concerts Presents 

Battle of the Bands 2007 

March 26th at 6:00 in the Ratt 

1 8 f to tnter Featuring; Free for AU 

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Throw The Heat > 
Watch these bands battle it oun 
for $700 and the opening slot 
at Montcldirfest 



ass One Concerts loved bringing 
ented artists to the campus this year. In 
; fall, CIC held a hip hop show 
ituring rappers such as Cappadonna 
d Cannibal Ox, an MC Battle, and a 
3W featuring hardcore underground 
;ends Bane. In the spring, they held 
3ws with up and coming artists such as 
e Sleeping and other local acts 
;luding Red Light Green Light. A 
ttle of the Bands was held to see who 
)uld become the opener for this years 
Dntclairfest. This year proved to have a 
ry successful Montclairfest with an 
ormous turnout of students. 

Executive Board 

Michael Saavedra, President 

Shari Troast, Vice President 

Will Senedzuk, Treasurer 

Frances Kerrigan, Secretary 

Members 

David Holowitz 

Kristy Sullivan 

Brian Macchiarelli 

Colleen Wermuth 

Chris Bryant 

Juliana Szutarski 

John Montesano 

Jay-Rey Rivera 

Mike Launay 

Dave Giumara 

John Pope 
Erika Schnatz 



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HSA 

Haitian Student Association 
Class One Organization 






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xecutive Board 

aurie A. Pierre, President 

laphne Jean-Baptiste, Vice President 

lelissa Saint-Natus, Treasurer 

ove Constant, Secretary 

andra Desinor, Historian 

atrick Paul, Public Relations Officer 



smbers 

)nica Robinson 
idimir Bonhomme 
eph Jacques Harry 
e Feliciano 
erlens Desir 
rah Joseph 
•Mustafa Johnson 
;veland Morinvil 
[dwan Blanc 
iirckens Pierre 
nine Tumson 
nley Joseph 
rley Exavier 
nnis Howe 



Roceny Gille 
Rocener Gille 
Reginald Stainfil 
Steve Samedi 
Suzette Liautaud 



Stanley Fils 
Calvin Donelan 



, , , „, , Margaret Manigat 

Myrlene Chouloute „ , • ■ t 
, i , T, • . Patricia Louis 

Johannah Buissereth „ . -ru •» 

Keshna Thermitusi 



Jared Jenkins 
Gregory Marcelin 
Samuel Belony 
Ronald Sealey 
Sephanie Galette 
Jazmin Floyd 
Tony Lucas 
Keshna Thermitus 



Pierre Thertus 
Boris Thertus 
Jean Pierre 




ISO 

International Student 

Organization 

Class One Organization 



The International Student Organization promotes interaction between people of all 
cultures and nations represented at Montclair State. ISO also provides assistance to 
international students so they are able to adjust to their new environment. Some 
activities include the International Food Festival, Multicultural Extravaganza, 
International Fun Night, World's Fair, Trips to Broadway, Skiing, Six Flags, and 
Bowling. 





Executive Board 

Johnathan Gaugler, President 

Marlyn Santana, Assistant to 

President 

May Velasquez, Vice President 

Daniel Jarowoi, Treasurer 

Mabel Almonte, Secretary 

Frances Taveras, Publicity Chair 

Ivan Puente, Publicity Co-Chair 

Evelyn Sipiran, Latin Pride Chair 

2006 
Joaquin Ortiz, Latin Pride Chair 

2007 
Fiorella Morales, Latin Culture & 

Education Chair 
Evelyn Sipiran, Latin Culture & 

Education Co-Chair 

Yolan Bedasse, Latinisimo Chair 

Jose Torres, Latin Music Chair 




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PAST ACTIVITIES: Un Dia en el Barrio, Vieques Libre: Activists. Mr. Latino A; Miss L.itina, Jose Can Speak, Bronx Witch Project, 

Cesar Mora, Historian Elections and Governance in Latin America, Psycliology of Opression, Traditional Wear Display, Mandala Project, The Connection Dinn; 

AIDS Dinner, Noche Buena, Alumni Dinner. Yo Soy Latina, Nuyorican Poets Cafe Trip. Marakesh Trip. Six Flags Trip. Power of Word; 

What makes a Latina Woman: Stereotypes. Let's Make Sure We Count. Meditation & Achieving more Personal Power and Self-Expressic 

AIDS presentation. Band Part: Shino y Su Grupo, Cafe con Leche, Cuba in the Eyes of a Refugee. 





Motto: En La Unidad Esta La Fuerza 

The purpose of LASO is to expose 
the campus community to Latin 
American influences in music, art, 
literature, history, and cuisine, as 
well as educational and sociopolitical 
concerns. 



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Members 

Abigail Awicli, Alan Hernandez, Alexander 

Lopez, Alexis Soto, Amanda Diaz , Amanda 

Sankar, Ana Cristina Pena, Andrea Rodriguez, 

Angel E. Soils, Antonia M. Ortega-Rocha, Arianna 

Mesa, Brensi Morales, Christian Valencia, Daniela 

Aghadjanian, Darlene Santos, Dennis Howe, 

Diana E. Abreu, Disnalda M. Vargas, Dy-Anni 

Austin, Eddie Cardenas, Elba Santana, Elizabeth 

Tejeda, Erica Sanchez, Frank Quinones, George 

He La Oz, George Loaiza, Jacob Spann. James 

Romero, Jared Martinez, Jeffrey Munoz, Jennifer 

Garcia, Jennifer Tuma, Jessica Madera, Joel 

Merino, Johnathan Garcia, Jomirys Lozano, Jon 

Velez, Jonathan Preciado, Jose Acosta, Jose 

Santos Woss. Josephine Calvay, Josephine Lentini, 

Justin ToiTes, Justine P. Adams, Katherine Pena, 

Katherine R. Alberco, Katherine Rivera, Kathleen 

Guzman, Kathy Zambrano, Keny Medrano, 

Leyshla Moscoso, Mailyn Ventura, Maria 

Corrales, Maria P. Araneda, Maria Perez, Marifer 

Moquete, Marileidy Morel, Maureen Grimaldi, 

Mujiba Begum, Nadia May, Nathalia Dejardens, 

Nishan Parounagia, Nohely Puntiel, Oliver 

Velasquez, Orville Morales, Patricia Polanco, 

Pedro Hernandez, Priscilla Romero, Reginald 

Stainfil, Romina Lara Okseniuk, Rosa Madera, 

Rosa Noboa, Ruxy M. Cordero, Samantha 

Rodriguez, Samira Ruiz, Sharif Mowad, Stephanie 

Nunez, Steven Mateo, Vanessa Mule, Vanessa 

Rivera, Wayne Kerr, William Roman, Xavier 

Fernandez, Yadhira Checo, Yashira Mojica, Yoan 

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The Montclarion 

School Newspaper 
Class One Organization 




Assistants 

Chantal Gabel, News 

Diana Salameh, News 

IVIatthew IVIcCullough, 

Piiotography 

David Clarke, A&E 

Mike Johnson, Sports 

Robert "Buddy" Aitken, 

Sports 

Eric Strickland, 

Production 

Christine Adamo, Copy 






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Editorial Board 

Shayna Jacobs, News 

Jessica Suico, Feature 

Bernadette Marciniak, A&E 

Tom Shields, Opinion 

Bobby Melok, Sports 

Douglas Mcintyre, Chief Copy 

Dominique Wilson, Photography 

Jessica Sproviero, Graphic Design 

Dr Vaksman, interim Editorial Cartoonist 

Aaron Kiedes, Webmaster 






Kevin Schwoebel 
Advertising Director 

Peter Junda 
Bookkeeper 

William Batkay 
Faculty Advisor 



Writers and Contributors 

Bryan Woodward, Jessica 

Lozak, Hannah Rolfes, 

Trevor Cahill, Lauren 

Truncale, Dr. Ron Gilbert, 

Alicia Feghhi, 

Lou Cunningham 



Lillian M. Aleman 
Alumni Advisor 

Mike Sanchez 
Overall Design 



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OSAU 

Organization of Students for 

African Unity 

Class One Organization 




Players 

Theatre Club 

Class One Organization 




90.3 WMSC 

Campus Radio Station 
Class One Organization 




WMSC- 



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CLUB 

College Life Union Board 
Service Organization 

Purpose: to coordinate and encourage social, recreational and 
educational activities for the college community. CLUB provides 
quality programming for the entire campus. 





Executive Board: 

Laura Hutcheon, President 
Demise Vecchi, Vice Presiden 
Krystal Acosta, Treasurer , 
Magda Legutko, Secretary 



Past Activities & Events: 

During tliis academic year, CLUB has organized Homecoming, winicin 
included events sucii as tine King and Queen Talent Show, a barbeque with 
the SGA, Red Hawk Day, Ladies Night, Inflatables, Real World Speakers, the 
Pep Rally and Celebrity Softball Game, an Ice Cream Social, Damian the 
Hypnotist, floatbuilding, and the Homecoming Parade. CLUB also held a coffee 
bar. Who Wants to be a Mega Hundredaire, a Battle of the Bands with Sigma 
Sigma Sigma, Winter Ball, and took part in the SGA Leadership Retreat. In the 
spring semester, CLUB organized a Valentine's Day card event, So You Think 
You Know Gameshow, and Spring Week, which includes Red Hawk Day, 
Inflatables, the Adult Circus show, a barbeque, a coffee bar. Who Wants to be 
a Mega Hundredaire, Ladies' Night, a chocolate party and a Battle of the 
Bands. 





Members: 

Laura Hutcheon, Denise Vecchi, 
Krystal Acosta, Magda Legutko, 
Jamie Dresher, Tanya Washnik, 
NJikita Ramoo, Danielle Palmieri, 
;)aitlin Mortara, Jessica Traenor, 
Jesica Cetrulo, Alissa Walaszek, 
bigail Awich, Nicole Pica, Ashton 
Stathum 




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Normal Review 

Literary Magazine 
Service Organization 





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Chi Alpha 

Christian Fellowship 
Class II Organization 




H.E.A.R.T. 

Helping Each Other And 

Redefining Tomorrow 
Class II Organization 




H.E.A.R.T. has been extremely involved in helping the 
community. Recent events include making, packaging, and 
delivering peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for a homeless 
shelter, making hats for kids with cancer, visiting nursing homes to 
interact with residents, and participating at Red Hawk Nights on 
campus. 



Alyson Kuritz, President 

Amanda Kucsera, Vice President 

Heather Heyrich, Treasurer 

Katelyn Rabbit, Secretary 

Katie Kulaga, Historian 

Kate Burke, Webmaster 

Members 

Alyson Kuritz 
Amanda Kucsera 
Heather Heyrich 

Katelyn Rabbit 

Katie Kulaga 
Kate Burke 

Jennifer Duran 
Alissa Mahadeen 

Allyssa Hynes 



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Hillel 

The Jewish Student Union 
Class II Organization 




HRLDA 

Human Relations Leadership 

and Development Association 

Class II Organization 




Indian Culture Club 

Class II Organization 




'urpose: To let the campus community 
know about the beauty of Japanese 
jiture in all its aspects. These aspects 
nclude the modern and old customs of 
apan, J-pop, anime, cherry blossoms, 
and anything between. 



Japan Club 

Class II Organization 



Executive Board 

Eric Strickland, President 

Lurdes Ruela, Vice President 

Giovanni Palumbo, Treasurer 

Brittany Butler, Secretary 

uis Eduardo Lopez Lopez, Program 

Coordinator 
iris King, Japanese Media Consultant 
Raquel Ford, Assistant Treasurer 




MSA 

Muslim Student Association 
Class II Organization 




NASO 

Native African Student Organization 

Class II Organization 







Psychology Club 

Class II Organization 





UAASO 

Unified Asian American 
Student Organization 
Class II Organization 



spread Asian culture and knowledge to the 
itire campus community. 

Executive Board 

Kenneth Pamiloza, President 

Ryan DeGuzman, Vice President 

Edzel Ubas, Treasurer 

Clarisse Madarang, Secretary 

Miki Takao, Programming Chair 

Nicole Muzoves, Public Relations 

Karen Mae Masbang, Historian 

Matt Yao, Fundraising Chair 

Christian Adan, Community Service Chair 

Tae Min Cho, Culture Chair 

Alex Chen, Website Manager 




UAASO e\ents include BBQ's, Asian Game Nights, 
Karaoke Valentine Date Auction, Line Dancing. Noodle 
\ight Asian Awareness and Bubble Tea Night. These 
jLtn itics help spread Asian culture through food, 
pertc imances tashion, music and much more. Battlegrounds 
IS the biggest LAASO event where dance groups from 
different colleges come to perform together. Asian Pacific 
Islander month is a special time to celebrate through ^^ 
awareness programming and events. 



Club Magic 

Class III Organization 




Chinese Club 

Class III Organization 




Dietetics Club 

Class III Organization 





Hellenic Student 
Organization 



Class III Organization 



JRPOSE: The Hellenic Student Organization of MSU is dedicated 
I bringing together, in one voice, all individuals of Hellenic descent, 
who are honored in: promoting Hellenic culture, language, and 
igion; to discuss the current issues that affect Hellenes in Greece, 
Cyprus and in the diaspora; to foster a spirit of cooperation and 
utual understanding with other organizations within the university 
and in the community as a whole and to advance connectivity 
between current students, alumni and the Hellenic community. 

MEMBER LIST: BARBARA HANTZOPOULOS, ANNA DRITSAS, MELINA 
COUNDOUROU, PARASKEVI LILIKAS, DESPO PANTELIDIS, CHRISTINA 
NTELIDIS, CHRISTINA MAKRIS, DENA ORFANITOPOULOS, ARCHONDIA' 

PETRIS, JULIUS SERGIOU, GEORGE SERGIOU, NIKOLAS SERGIOU, 
<YRIAKOS KYRIAKOU, EMILY KATEHIS, MARIA SIDERIS, ALEXANDRA 
:0S, MARIA KONTOGIANNIS, DEAN MAROULAKOS, TOM MAROULAKOS, 
MTTHEW BACALAKIS, ANGELIKI TSANGARIS, ELLEN TRIANTAFILOS, 
IRISTOS HALIYIANNIS, YIANNIS FLOROPOULOS, RIA GOUVOUNIOTIS, 
ANNA BATEMITS, CHRYSSANTHOS CHRYSSANTHAKOPOULOS, MARIA 
DIMITRAKIS, DINO GEORGIOU, BELLA BAKER, NUNZIO MOUDATSOS, 
JGELA SERGONIS, NICKOLAS KATSANOS, TINA MEREOS, CASSANDRA 
NSTANDELIS, LOUIS SMARAGDAKIS, KRISTIANA SCHUSTER, CANDACE 
SEDEREAS, JESSICA DEMETROULES. CARA SCOPELITIS, GUS 

EORGOS, STELLA PSIHIS, CHRISTINA UMOWSKI, ANGELA COLABELLI, 
ANDREW BACALAKIS, ANGELOS ALEXANDROU, THEODOROS 
KOULOUMPIS, MARIA ZACHARATOS 




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Past Events include dances with other New York and New Jersey 

Hellenic Clubs, charity events, folk dance events, and Greek 

Independence Day. On campus activities include Greek nights and 

cultural events exploring Hellenic history and culture. 

Executive Board: 

BARBARA HANTZOPOULOS, President 
MELINA KOUNDOUROU, 1st VP 

PARASKEVI LILIKAS, 2nd VP 

ARCHONDIA PETRIS, Treasurer 

GEORGE SERGIOU, Asst Treasurer 

CHRISTINA MAKRIS, Secretary 

ANNA DRITSAS, Public Relations/IHS 

Rep 




Korean Student 
Organization 



Class III Oraanization 




Some events during the year 
included the KSA Retreat in Atlantic 
City, participation in the student 
organization fairs, general meetings, 
and a Halloween Party. KSA strives 
to inform the campus of the Korean 
culture and traditions. 



Executive Board 

Linda Lim, President 

IVleredith Kim, Vice President 

Jeff Mun, Treasurer 

Jeanie Kim, Secretary 

Pyong Ho Kim, Historian/Photographer 

Members 

IViereditin Kim, Jeanie Kim, Jeff Mun, Grace Son, Hae Si 

Lee, Josepin Bae, James Yoo, Munhee CInoi, Jen Parl<, h 

Nyugen, Pyong Ho Kim 





Management Club 

Class III Organization 







MSU GAMERS 

Class III Organization 



Motto: Game On! 





Puipose 

They are focused on providing a place and timi 
for people who enjoy games and want to take a 
break from their studies. They play everything 
from Chess to Console games such as Halo 2, 
Madden, or Mario Party. There is usually 
something always going on for a quick game oi 
whatever is on hand. They have also started to 
run events to help get other students from the 
university more invovled. They help make a 
community atmosphere and are here to stay. 



Members 

Abel Martinez, Adam Pita, Adrianne Ellison, 

AJ IngersoU, Alex Peri, Allyson Schechner- 

Kanofsky, Andrew Cicirelli, Anthony 

IngersoU, Anthony Ponce, Ashley Crow, Boris 

Thertus. Brianna Corby, Brittany Butler, Cara 

DeAgelis, Charlie Resseg, Chris Bryant, Chris 

King, Chris Teixeira, Cory Seigel, Danielle 

Graf, Daniel Quinteros, Dan Mongak, Dan 

Rosmusson, Dave Clarke, Dave Marconi, 

Deirdre Maino, Dennis Show, Dylan Barnes, 

Emile Issa, Emily Brady, Eric Schleifer, Eric 

Sieck, Heather Drew. Jay Rey Rivera, Jeff 

Simsiman, Jennifer L. Bartok, Jen Frank, Jen 

Pixley, Justin Heba, Joseph Campos, Joseph 

Matthew McCullough, Josh Beekman, Justin 

Towe. Katie Bojanek 

Katie Cook, Katya Alvarez. Kelly 

Czupkiewicz, Kim Alonzo, Laura Nappo, 

Lauren Alfant, Lawrence Chan, Leandra 

Smith. Lina Halawani. Luis Eduardo Lopez. 

Mathew Papa, Matt Cappilla, Matt Forsytl, 

Matt Warwick, Maurice Grant, Maxwell 

Chapman, Maxx Casanova, Megan Mosca, 

Mike Fisher, Nicholas Christian. Nick 

Campanella. Nick Rivera, Noelle Berry. Paul 

Nicastro. Raquel Ford. Rich Tullo. Robin 




Executive Board 



President: Eric Strickland 
Vice President: Dave Uptegrove 
Boan, Russei victorio Sami Phillips, Sam Treasurer: Walter Soto-Liebman 

Kim, Sarah Landy, Scott Glazer. Scott 
O'Neill, Sean Openshaw, Sharif Mowad. Yasir Secretary: Vin Gallo 

^''■'^'^"^ Public Relations: Danny Sherwood 

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PAKI CLUB 

Pakistani Youtli of America 
Class III Organization 




Rhythm Nation 
Dance Club 

Class III Organization 




Purpose: Rhythm Nation Dance 
Club is an organization open to any 
undergraduate student who is 
interested in sharing their passion for 
dance through student choreography 
and performing. 






Executive Board 

Lauryn Herchakowski, President 

Allyson DiCaro, Vice President 

Amy Petronzio, Secretary 

Jaclyn Therrien, Treasurer 

Mallika Thomas, Dance Captain 

Members 

Katie Bopp 

Trevor Cahill 

Tina Critelli 

Dana Pessler 

Jackie Kimberlin 

Lindsay Roberts 

Laura Sans 

Lauren Santarelli 

Jaclyn Sheehy 

Ashley Santillo 

Laura Simone 

Edmund Tan II 

Carolyn Telker 

Heather Winslow 

Samantha Wilson 

Lisa Berenbaum 




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Some events include the annual Spring 
Dance Show in Memorial Auditorium and 
Battlegrounds sponsored by UAASO with 
original choreography and dance numbers. 
In recent years they have performed at 
TCNJ, for Spectrums, and Basketball 
Blastoffs. They specialize in any type of 
dance; ballet, modern, jazz, lyrical, hip- 
hop, tap, Broadway, and interpretive. 




Students Against 

Violence 

Class III Organization 






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Greek Council 



The Greek Council of MSU is comprised of all fraternities and sororities to unite 

Greek life on campus. A representative from each organization attends weekly Greek 

Council meetings to discuss business. Greek Council is housed under the Student 

Government Association and works with them to secure the needs of the Greek 

Community. 



Alpha lota Chi 

Class IV Organization 




Alpha Kappa Psi 

Class IV Organization 

Purpose: Alpha Kappa Psi is recognized as the premier developer of 
principled business leaders. 



Executive Board: 

Sellena Padilla, Master of Rituals 
Awa M'Baye, Vice President Internal 

Jennifer Rosario, President 

Ivis Pineda, Vice President External 

Brittany iVluiier, Vice President of Alumni 

Carlton Small, Treasurer 

Olawunmi Thomas-Quarcoo, Secretary 

Neris Fleming, Warden 



Members: Jazmine Adams, Jenille Amantine, 

Norbert Bak, Jonathan Birikorang, Dieayah 

Bryant, LaShonda Clark, Charlene Clarke, 

Priscilla Colon, Angel Crews, Franklin Edochie, 

Garvin Elmera, Marie Erminice, Carina 

Federico, Jamil Frans, Geraldine Gedeon, 

Vanessa Granderson, Kacy-Ann Hall, Amber 

Henry, Bisera Jakimovska, Therasa Lane, 

Alyssa Linder, Kevin Michel, Emidio Ramos, 

Antonella Rescinito 



Past Activities: This year events included the 

annual Professional Fashion Show, Dinner 

Etiquette, Resume Writing Workshop, helping 

out at a senior citizen center on Thanksgiving 

and a Breast Cancer Walk in October. This 

year they helped the children at the Child Cart 

Center create Valentines Day cards and visite( 

the Hillside Food Bank. The most successful 

professional event was the L'Oreal company O' 

campus recruiting event. 




Delta Chi 

Class IV Organization 




lota Phi Theta 

Class IV Organization 




Executive Board 

Kyle Davis, President 
Bakir Brown, Vice President 
Tyshawn Hawkins, Treasurer 

Jack Stovall, Secretary 

Carl Ferguson, Web Master 

Kyle Little, Historian 

Jahkahli Johnson, Sgt. at Arms 

Courtney Epps, Sweetheart 



"The 21st Century vision for Iota is to continue our 
pursuit to fraternal excellence, Service to the 
Community and Justice for all" 




Purpose 

"We Stand Firmly; Unbreakable upon the 
Principles of Scholarship, Citizenship, 
Leadership, Fidelity and Brotherhood" 

Motto 

"Building a Tradition, 
Not Resting Upon One" 




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Lamda Sigma 
Upsilon 

Class IV Organization 




Lamda Tau 
Omega 

Class IV Organization 




Excellence through unity, knowledg( 
and dedication. I 

Past activities and events include the! 
Blue Ribbon Campaign: Preventing 
Child Abuse, Blue-B-Que, World 
Aids Dinner, Montclair's Next Top 
Model, Phenomenal Women, and Tc 
Love Me is to Know Me. 




Zaydra Martinez, President 

Kathy Gonzalez, Vice President 

Tiffany Perez, Treasurer 

Ivetliz Rios, Secretary 

Members 

Kathy Gonzalez 

Trisha Fuentes 

Zaydra Martinez 

Ivetliz Rios 

Angelica Ventura 

Tiffany Perez 

Zairy Ramos 



Phi Beta Sigma 

Class IV Organization 




Phi Sigma Pi 

Class IV Organization 




Phi Sigma Sigma 

Class IV Organization 




Pi Kappa Alpha 

Class IV Organization 




Sigma Delta Phi is the oldest sorority on 
campus, forming in 1947 and celebrating 60 
/ears of active sisterhood. They participate in 

numerous philanthropies such as Ronald 
McDonald House. American Cancer Society, 
Susan G. Coleman Foundation, as well as 
organizing the King and Queen of Hearts 
Dhilanthropy. They are a very active Class IV 
organization, participating in Homecoming 
and Greel< Week, among other activities. 



Executive Board 



Sigma Delta Phi 

Class IV Organization 

Purpose: To bridge the gap between commuter and 
dorming students at Montclair State University. 

Members 

Kathleen Francois, Kristine Hopkins, Jessica Ferrara, Amanda Penna, Jillian 
Windecker, Christa Araneo, Anastasiya Koziova, Elise Retro, Marissa Esposito 
Jill Gorskv. Maria Sideris. Kirche Houston. Sarah Muso, Kimberlev Feldman. Liz 



. ' ~ ~~^~^ Carrano. Nicole Hughes. Stephanie Vicari, Kelly Boeckle, Merry Colonna. Holly 

athleen Francois. President ^-^^^^^ Catapano. Social Chair Grimes. Meagan Fibkins. Nicola Gatapano. Ashley Boyd, Jillian Aruch. Ashley 
;arah Muso, Vice President ^^^.^ Sideris Rush Advisor Bostic. Adriana Pestrichella. Julianne Rizzetello. Kayla BonPietro. Tiffany Davis, 

Elise Petro. Treasurer Kristine Hopkins-Pledqe Advisor Nicole Maffuci. Nichola Mangan. Danielia Morrow, Marcie Caputo, Hira Mir, 
lastasiya Koziova, Secretary ,.,, . J,, . , . cprihp Knstin Kearns. Allie Edvin. Alisa Zherebchevskaya. Cristinarose Guggino, 
Merry Colonna. Historian ^"' ^ "^ Ashley Tobias. Mallory Cook. Samantha Hughes. Katy Henry 




Sigma Delta Tau 

Class IV Organization 

Motto: Patrae Multae Spes Una- One hope of many people 



Purpose: The mission of Sigma 
Delta Tau is to enricii the college 
experience of young women with 
similar ideals, to build long lasting 
friendships and to foster personal 
growth. SDT shall encourage each 

member to reach her fullest 

potential by providing intellectual, 

philanthropic, leadership, and social 

opportunities within the framework 

of mutual respect and high ethical 

standards. 



Executive Board 

Jennifer Paustian, President 
Amanda Drost, Vice President 
Jeanne Marie Atieh, Treasurer 

Jenn Merkin, Secretary 

Amanda Tomaro,VP of Rush 

Alicia Moreton,VP of New Member 

Education 

Lauren Keating, Ast VP of New 

Member Education 

Heather Newman, Social 

Nicole Krell, Scholarship 

MJ Cirone, Panhellenic 



Members 

Jeanne Marie Atieh, Caity Bantei, Monica 

Bauer, Jessica Bergman, Call Capodici, 

MJ Cirone, Brooke Cooke, Courtney 

DiGiovanni, Amanda Drost, Stacey 

Fenkel, Keri Graham, Trish Genese, Leda 

Kayaoglu, Lauren Keating, Genna Kipnis, 

Melissa Kosakowski, Nicole Krell, 

Stefanie Lefurge, Rachel LaPera, Kate 

Lindstrom, Jenn Merkin, Alyssa Miller, 

Alicia Moreton, Christina Nancather, 

Heather Newman, Margaret Pauta, 

Jennifer Paustian, Jenna Rocca, Brittany 

Roth, Diane Rooney, Elisa Schwartz, 

Monica Steinberg, Amanda Tomaro, 

Jayme Viera, Stefanie Vukasovic, Kim 

Zengewald 



Past Activities 

Sigma Delta Tau participates in many 

activities on and off campus. Every yea 

they host a Tricky Tray Auction to raise 

money for their national philanthropy, 

Prevent Child Abuse America . During 

the Spring semester, SDT has put on 

their own version of the dating game 

Singled Out. In addition, they hold 

various clothes and food drives, 

participate in Relay for Life over the I 

summer, and contribute to other j 

community services and philanthropiesJ 




Sigma Sigma Sigma 

Class IV Organization 




Swing Phi Swing 

Class IV Organization 




Tau Phi Beta was founded at 

Southern Connecticut University in 

1985. They then began a chapter at 

Vilham Paterson University in 1987. 

Montclair's chapter was founded in 

1991. Since its founding, it has 

grown into one of the top fraternities 

at Montclair State University. 



Tau Phi Beta 

Class IV Organization 






Tau Phi Beta's original colors were 

black, red, and gold. When a chapter 

was founded at William Paterson, The 

colors were changed to black and 

silver. The brothers of Tau Phi Beta 

are known as the Bulls as well as The 

Fun Bunch. Tau Phi Beta was founded 

by business majors. Since the stock 

market is also termed the "Bull" 

market, the name fit. The Fun Bunch 

is an acronym for the Greek letters 

Tau Phi Beta. 



The Bulls root itself in personal 

growth and value of its brothers. It 

keeps its numbers small, believing 

in quality, not quantity. It is one of 

the few local fraternities left at 

Montclair State University and is 

both a social and philantropical 

fraternity. It participates in Greek 

Week, Homecoming, fundraisers, 

as well as on and off campus 

events. 

The Bulls run their pledge 

program in order to teach its 

members to only respect those 

who give respect. Another reason 

it keeps its numbers low is to 

ensure that each brother knows 

each other. It is one of the few 

fraternities left that pledges on 

line. 



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Theta Kappa Chi 

Class IV Organization 

Strength in Sisterhood since 1985 



The purpose of this organization is 
to pronnote education through the 
bonds of friendship and sisterhood. 
This shall be accomplished through 
social and campus related projects 
and activities, as well as projects 
benefiting the unprivileged children 
in the community. 



Fall 2006 Executive Board 



Spring 2007 Executive Board 



President- Jenn Stutz 
Vice President- Tatiana Paz Recruitment Chair- Ellen Mazuijian 

Secretary- Allie Showell Publicist- Ashley Christy 

Treasurer- Michelle Vozza Philanthropist- Renee Callahan 
Pledge Mistress- Nikki Roark ^^^,31 officer- Megan Thompson 
o„„,„i r-\^^.. I ,, u^,,^^ Alumni President- Jacki 

Buckingham 



Social Chair- Liz Henes 
Rush Chair- Nicole Vasile 



President- Tatiana Paz 

Vice President- Allie Showell 

Secretary- Jessica Salway 

Treasurer- Shennia Goss 

Pledge Mistress- Michelle Vozza 

Social Chair- Tina McCafferty 

Rush Chair- Nicole Vasile 



Recruitment Chair- Sara Lazratioi 

Publicist- Allison Travers 

Philanthropist- Renee Callahan 

Alumni President- Jacki 

Buckingham 

Alumni Representative- MarcyTh( 

& Rachel Mattern-McClory 



Congratulations to the Alpha Rho pledge class of Fall 2006 and to the Alpha Sigma pledge class of Spring 2007! 




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SGA Members Fall 2006 L-R: Top- Anthony Guttilla, Michael P. Jackson, Ashley Coraelison, Ronald 
licken, Andrew Gibson, Bethany Bellevue, Jonathan Preciado, Joseph Specchio, Jeremy Slagle. Middle- 
Cimberly McCroud, Malika Kone, Maria Conales, Maria Soares, Angelo Lilla, Amy Chicken, Matthew 
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Fall 06 Spring 07 


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Spring 07 


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Jeremy Slagle 
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Fall 06 Spring 07 




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Fall 06 Spring 07 


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Fall 06 Spring 07 


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Fall 06 Spring 07 


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Fall 06 


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Fall 06 Spring 07 


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Fall 06 Spring 07 


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Fall 06 


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Fall 06 Spring 07 


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Some of them walk some walk on by, 

I've got a few friends I'll love till I die 

From all of these people I try to learn, 

Some of them shine some of them burn. 

Some of them rise some of them fall, 

For good or bad I've known them all 

We live our life in our own way. 

Never really listened to what they say, 

The kind of faith that doesn't fade away 

We are the true believers 

We are the true believers 

Well you can fight or you can run. 

Hide under a rock till the war is won, 

Play it safe and don't make a sound, 

But not us we won't back down 

True believers all the way. 

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We live our life in our own way. 

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these are days you'll rewiewber 

never before and never since, I prowise 

will the whole world be warm as this 

and as you feel it, you'll know It's true 

that you are blessed and lucky 

it's true, that you are touched by something 

that will grow and bloow in you 

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to be part of the piracies you see in every hour 

you'll know It's true, that you are blessed and lucky 

it's true, that you are touched by something 

that will grow and bloom in you 

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until you break 

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make its way across your face and when you do 

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The simple basics of life - 

love, faith, and hope - are all 

we really need. We can't undo 

all the world's wrongs, but we 

can affect the comer of the 

world we live in if we'll just 

stick to the basics - the basics 

of life. ~ Kirk Sullivan 






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laughter, and sharing of pleasures. For in the 

dew of little things the heart finds its morning 

and is refreshed. ~ Kahlil Gibran 






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Always Friends 



Friendships are the spice that makes life worth living. 

They give us hope and confidence to face whatever 

tomoiTow may bring. But if we cling too tightly to 

those we care for, we underestimate the power of the 

bond. Time forges great friendships that will not wither 

in a season. There is something wonderful to be found 

in friendships that have stood the test of distance and 

age. Good friends have the amazing ability to go 
through long times apart and then pick up right where 

they left off. 
Trust your friendships to be enduring. Value the bonds 
that have been built over time. Keep investing in those 
relationships: call, write, visit. Above all else, believe 
in the commitment of caring, and trust the integrity of 
love. It will prove hardier than tough times and 
mightier than miles. ~ Jeff Walling 





There is a path before you that you alone can 

walk. There is a purpose that you alone can 

fulfill. ~ Karla Dornacher 




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Friends 



BY G.A. MEYERS 



No modem medicine or meditation has quite 

the same healing effect as a friend. Friends 

can take the space once occupied by 

loneliness and fill it to the brim with 

partnership and purpose. Isolation is 

replaced by delightful companionship. 

Heartache is healed by the joy and 

satisfaction of camraderie. 

Only a soul mate can fill the need in each of 

us for true companionship - the craving to be 

known, understood, and valued. And that 

kind of friendship is a rare gift. But when 

that treasure is found, it works its way into 

our lives, into the deepest recesses of our 

hearts. Companionship can transform us. It 

replaces selfishness with a spirit of sacrifice. 

It soothes the sadness of loss and raises a 

song of joy. It buries the hatchet of hatred 

and reaps a harvest of love. 



The wonderful, miraculous thing about 

friendship is, anyone can participate. Each 

of us has the power to partner with another 

and, in so doing, change the world one 

heart at a time. You, as a friend, have that 

power. Your companionship can bring 

peace and joy to another. 

Companionship does require an 

investment. It takes time to build. You'll 

have to share your pain and loss, even 

reveal your weaknesses. But the rewards 

are worth it, because companionship means 

not only bearing one antoher's burdens but 

also sharing in victories, in healing, in joy. 

In a world fueled by greed, selfishness, and 

hatred, friendship - companionship - may 

be the only way to make a difference. 





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Closing time - time for you to go out, go out 

into the world. 
Closing time - turn the lights up over every 

boy and every girl. 

Closing time - one last call for alcohol, so 

finish your whiskey or beer. 

Closing time - you don't have to go home but 

you can't stay here. 

I know who I want to take me home. 
Take me home... 

Closing time - time for you to go back to the 
places you will be from. 

Closing time - this room won't be open 'til 
your brothers or you sisters come. 

So gather up your jackets, and move it to the 
exits - 1 hope you have found a friend. 

Closing time - every new beginning comes 
from some other beginning's end. 

Yeah, I know who I want to take me home. 

I know who I want to take me home. 

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Everything in life is constantly 
changing. The world is in motion, we 
trust to wake up to a new tomorrow, 
and time relentlessly ticks by. Come 
to think of it, the only constant 
substance in life is change. Embrace 
it! It is something that will never go 
away. Every ending leads to a new 
beginning in the cycle of change. As 
we graduate and step into a world that 
has been scarred with changes of both 
good and bad, it is my wish that we 
leave our mark of goodness as we 
enter this new beginning. 

I would like to thank Tim McGovern 
for his outstanding help, the yearbook 
staff, the SGA, Angelo, Jasmin, 
Krystal and Matt, and my family for all 
of their support in this labor of 
memories. 

Congratulations my fellow 
graduates of the Class of 2007! May 
you experience wonderful changes in 
your life! 

Fondly, 
Amy Chicken 
Editor-in-Chief 
2006-2007 



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La Campana would like to thank the following people for their help 
ands support in the publication of this book: 

The Staff of the 2007 yearbook: Amy Chicken, Matthew Werner, 

Krystal Woolston, Anthony Guttilla, Marissa Cassidy, Christina 

Umowski, Pamela Teran, Yolanda Pazdera, Heather Jakson 

Dr. Cole, Dr. Pennington, Dean Howell, SGA President Angelo 
Lilla, The Student Government Association 

Michael Peters our university photographer, Ronald G. Chicken a 
contributing photographer 

Jim Carroll and the photographers at Lors Studio 

Jostens Publishing and their entire staff for their endless dedication 

and work 

We especially thank Tim McGovem our Jostens Representative for 

his tremendous effort, support, and spirit throughout this yearbook 

publication process 

Jostens Printing and Publishing Division, which is located in State 

College, Pennsylvania, printed the 2007 edition of La Campana, the 

yearbook of Montclair State University. There were 3,000 copies 

printed of the 2007 yearbook with 248 pages in each book. 













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commitment to the war in Iraq and proposes 
sending additional troops overseas. 



► With the rapid melting of *' 
polar ice caps, a season of 
alarming tropical storms 
and record-breaking heat 
waves, global warming 
becomes a present-day 
global emergency. 



► Thanks to the efforts 
of groups like Rock the 
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commemorate the occasion 
with solemn ceremonies 
and moments of silence. 

► British authorities foil a 
terrorist plot to blow up 
planes headed to the U.S. 
from the U.K., resulting 
in airline restrictions on 
liquids, aerosols and gels. 





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population passes the 300 
million mark according to 
the Census Bureau's official 
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i In an effort to curb illegal 
immigration, the Senate 
passes legislation authorizing 
the construction of 700 miles 
of double-layered fencing on 
the U.S. -Mexico border. 



► Bobby Shriver and U2's 
Bono launch the stylish 
(PRODUCT) RED initiative 
to raise money for The 
Global Fund to Fight AIDS, 
Tuberculosis and Malaria 
in Africa. 

i Spinach tainted with E. coll 
bacteria kills one consumer 
and sickens almost 100 
more in 19 states, leading 
to calls for improved food 
safety practices. 

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of the United States, dies at 
age 93. Ford was appointed 
vice president by Richard 
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Lebanon-based Islamic 
militia, attacks Israeli 
military positions and 
border villages, beginning 
a conflict that claims 
more than 1 ,400 lives, 
mostly civilians. U.IM. 
peacekeepers are called in 
to broker a cease-fire. 

i In October 2006, North 
Korean leader Kim Jong II 
orders the country's 
first nuclear weapon test. 
During the Six-Party 
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North Korea agrees to a 
nuclear disarmament. 



► Saddam Hussein is 
sentenced to death and 
executed by the Iraq 
Special Tribunal for the 
1982 murder of 1 48 Shiite 
inhabitants of Dujail. 

i Former KGB agent 
Alexander Litvinenko, 
an outspoken critic of 
Russian President 
Vladimir Putin, dies in 
London after being 
poisoned by radioactive 
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i The FDA licenses the 
first vaccine developed to 
prevent cervical cancer and 
other diseases in girls and 
women caused by HPV, the 
human papillomavirus. 



► The World Wide Web 
reaches a milestone 
when an Intemet research 
survey reports that there 
are more than 100 million 
websites online. 



i A team of French doctors 
surgically removes a benign 
tumor on a patient in a specially 
adapted aircraft that mimics zero 
gravity conditions. 




-*■ A handheld, portable electronic zit zapper 
called Zeno gets FDA approval. In a clinical 
trial, 90 percent of treated blemishes disappear 
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-*■ School systems in several 
states install fingerprint-reading 
technology that gives students a 
cash-free way to pay for lunch. 




► Colorful comfortable crocs— made from 
a buoyant, lightweight, odor-resistant 
material that molds to the wearer's foot — 
are the shoe of the year. 





Couture designers like Dolce & 
Gabbana and luxury brands like 
Swarovski, the Swiss crystal maker, 
transform boring cell phones into the 
year's must-have bling. 



-*■ IVlid-calf and ankle-length leggings, last 
seen in the trendy 1980s, return to the 
spotlight. Fashion-conscious girls wear 
them under minis, dresses and tunics. 



► Pointy toes and high heels 
are out. The feminine, flirty 
ballerina flat goes with 
everything from short 
skirts to long leggings 
and super-skinny jeans. 



► Rapper fashion comes to the suburbs as 
snap-on grills add a flash of diamonds and 
gold or platinum to your pearly whites. 





► Tiny plaid mini skirts look private-school 
cool. Meanwhile, Marc Jacobs is sending 
plaid tops down the runway and fashion 
icons sport Burberry plaids. 



Nearly 31 percent of 
teens, or 7.6 million, 
are consuming energy 
drinks that contain 
up to four times the 
amount of caffeine 
than is in a can of Coke, 



■^ The year's to-die-for, 
must-have-at-any- 
price jeans are dark, 
slim, distressed 
denims from Diesel, 
the Italian label that 
inspires a cult-like 
devotion among 
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parents' closets, as well 
as retailers like Urban 
Outfitters and American 
Eagle, for vintage rock 
and pop culture T's. 



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the heart; 50 percent 
of Gap's PRODUCT 
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to the Global Fund 
to help fight AIDS 
in Africa. 



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sneakers first manufactured by 
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linl<ed to an increase in 
adolescent cases of 
type 2 "adult onset" 
diabetes and associated 
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campuses in all 50 states, as well as in Europe 
and Africa, to foster student commitment to 
environmental responsibility. 



► Disney checks out business 
in the supermarl<et, licensing 
its brand name to a variety 
of health-conscious baked 
goods, produce, beverages, 
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opportunities in record numbers— on a 
local, national and international level- 
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author Rachael Ray gets her own syndicated talk show, 
produced by Oprah Winfrey's production company, r 



< The unfortunate adventures of the Baudelaire 
orphans come to an end with the publication 
of The End by Lemony Snicket. 



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century makeover. The "Here & Now" edition 
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misfits drives a wlieezing 
VW van to a beauty 
pageant meltdown In 
the hit movie comedy, 
Little Miss Sunshine. 






► Will Smith stars with 
his son Jaden in Ttie 
Pursuit of Happyness, 
based on a true story 
about a struggling 
single dad. 






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in town and the critics | 
swoon along with the I 
fans. Blonde, brooding s 
Daniel Craig debuts 
as James Bond in 
Casino Royale 



► Many movie lovers opt for DVD 
convenience, instead of lines at the 
local theaters, for hits lil<e Mission: 
impossible III Superman Returns, 
and The Devil Wears Prada 





► Newcomer and 
former American 
Wo/ contestant 
Jennifer Hudson 
wins the Golden 
Globe for Best 
Actress in a 
Comedy or Musical 
for her performance 
in Dreamglrls. 




i SNL alumnus Will Ferrell 
stars as a goofy, "win-at- 
all-costs" NASCAR racing 
star in Talladega Nights: 
the Ballad of Ricky Bobby 

► Johnny Depp's Captain 
Jack Sparrow returns 
to the helm of the 
Flying Dutchman in 
the swashbuckling, 
supernatural sequel, 
Pirates of the Caribbean: 
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In the victory lane 
of Homestead-Miami 
Speedway, NASCAR driver 
Jimmie Johnson celebrates 
his 2006 Nextel Cup title 
and a $6.2 million paycheck. 



■^ Kimmie Meissner, 17, wins the U.S. Figure Sl<ating 
Championship in January 2007. She is the first 
female since 1991 to win a world championship 
before earning the title in her own country. 



MVP Peyton Manning 
leads the Indianapolis Colts 
through a steady rain and 
past the Chicago Bears for 
a29-17 victory in Super 
Bowl XLI. 





- Roger Federer retains his l\lo. 1 ranking 
for the third year in a row. Tennis star 
Maria Sharapova is the world's highest-paid 
female athlete. Both take home a U.S. Open 
Championship trophy in 2006. 



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> When Andre Agassi retires 
from professional tennis 
at age 37, he receives a 
heartfelt, eight-minute 
standing ovation from the 
crowd at the 2006 U.S. Open, 




i Nearly 1,100 competitors 
compete in the WSSA 
World Sport Stacking 
Championships in Denver. 
Forty-two new world 
records are set at the 
2006 event. 

► The Miami Heat defeat the 
Dallas Mavericks in six 
games to win the 2006 
NBA Finals. Dvi/yane Wade, 
the Miami Heat guard, 
is named MVP 




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i Shaun White makes his second 
unsuccessful attempt at the 1080 
at the 2006 Summer X Games. 
He is the only skateboarder to 
attempt the move in competition. 



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i The National League champion 
St. Louis Cardinals win the 
2006 World Series by defeating 
the American League champion 
Detroit Tigers in five games. 



► The Florida Gators become 
the first school in history 
to win both the NCAA 
basketball and football 
titles in the same year after 
defeating heavily favored 
Ohio State 41-14 in the 2006 
BCS National Championship. 



i In 2006, the Carolina Hurricanes 
defeat the Edmonton Oilers 
four games to three to win 
their first Stanley Cup in the 
first post-lockout championship. 



Tiger Woods and Mexican sensation Lorena 
Ochoa are named the male and female AP 
Athletes of the Year. 




International soccer superstar David Beckham signs a $250 
million contract to leave Real Madrid to play Major League 
Soccer in the U.S. for the Los Angeles Galaxy. 




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