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Roxbury CDnununiCy^TCollege-^ 
1234 ColmnbuSSven 
Roxbury Crossing, M 
(617) 427-0060 



Richard D'Arbure fills the Awards Night hall with 
majestic sounds.. 



Liz gets her Almond Joy (in a characature) at Awards 
Night. *^ 





RCC well represented at the Student Leaders Con- 
ference in Framingham. 




Eyes on the Prize ! 



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Edith Nkechi Agudosi 

Nursing 





Gertrude Ngozi Ahamuefule 

Nursing 



Raymonde Alcindor 

Business Administration 




April Marie Alston 

Early Childhood Education 




Judith Alvarado 

Executive Secretary 




Agnes Prisca Andrew 

Early Childhood Education 




Kidane Negasi Asgodom 

Liberal Arts 




Jacqueline P. Ashby 

Nursing 




Elie Beliard 

Business Management 




Kattia Belizaire 

Medical Secretary 




Jeremie Bernadin 

Computer Information Systems 




Celion BonHeur 

L.A./Pharmacy 




Mirlaine Breton 

Computer Information Systems 




Karen N. Brigham 

Biological Science 




Veronica P. Burgher 

Early Childhood Education 




Maribel Buzeta 

Medical Secretary 




Carlos O. Castro 

Accounting 




Bruce Anthony Chandler 

Accounting 






Stanley I. 
Chukwezi 

Pre-Nursing 



Tunji K. Clary 

Bookkeeping Certificate 



E. Mary Ann Clevenger 

Word Processing 






Murat J. Constant 

Pre-Nursing 



Caridad Altgracia Dominguez 

Executive Secretary 



Charles N. Egegbara 

Liberal Arts 






Pierre E. Erilus 

Computer Information Systems 



Kendra Al-Kaleem Evans 

Liberal Arts 



Marie G. Excellent 

Liberal Arts/Nursing 




Mengistu Fekede 

Biological Science 




Eunice Feliz 

Word Processing 




Diane Renee Ferguson 

Business Management 




Hyacinth Ffrench 

Certificate Word Processing 




Viktoria Galinovskaya 

Liberal Arts 




Rosemarie Luna Garcia 

Liberal Arts 




Fana Gebreab 

Liberal Arts 




Sharee Lillette Gittens 

Early Childhood Education 




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Andre L. Givens 

Early Childhood Education 




Elsie Gonzalez 

Medical Secretary 




Maricel Goriz 

Social Science 




Lydia Violeta Gows 

Liberal Arts 




Maryan Farah Gure 

Computer Information Systems 




Hope Chidinma Guyton 

Pre-Nursing 




Noella Denise Guyton 

Early Childhood Education 




Nam Hoa Thi Ha 

Accounting 




Neycole Neychell Hill 

Liberal Arts 




Joanna Y. HoUoway 

Liberal Arts 




Jonnie Belinda Hopkins 

Medical Secretary 




Joyce N. Ibe 

Pre-Nursing 




Desmond E. Jacks 

Liberal Arts 




Dianne Jackson 

Early Childhood Education 




Donna Rae Johnson 

Business Administration 




Florence L. Jones 

Pre-Nursing 




Timothy Pierre Jones 

Business Management 




Irena Urzula Lisek 

Liberal Arts 




Stella Mbah 

Pre-Nursing 
Biological Nursing 




Deneen Francine Mclean 

Liberal Arts/Education 




Hewan Medhanie 

Accounting 




Ilcia Mendes 

Liberal Arts 






Luz C. Montilla 

Early Childhood Education 



Stephanie Michelle Murdock Orquidea M. Moncada-Morel 

Liberal Arts Social Science 




William W. Musoke 

Nu rsing/Science 




Ralph Myrthil 

Liberal Arts 




Michelle Nanton 

Liberal Arts 




Monika Nixon 

Business Administration 




Maritza I. Nunez 

Business Administration 




Sandy Nunez-Perez 

Early Childhood Education 




Jose David Ovalle 

Early Childhood Education 




Pedro. D. Paleus Blanc 

Liberal Arts 




Oscar E. Pena 

Computer Information Systems 




Thuy Bieh Pham 

Medical Technology 




Gilda Pierre 

Pre-Nursing 




Neoptoleme Pierre 

Pre-Nursing 






Stephen D. Powell 

L.A./Pre-Niirsing 



Keisha Laniece Pratt White 

Liberal Arts 



Kevon Saulai Pugh 

Nursing/Science 






Ruth Rajas 

Medical Secretary 



Azalia C. Ramirez 

Pre-Nursing 



Kimberlian Y. Raymond 

Medical Secretary 






Wanda Roman 

Liberal Arts 
Executive Secretary 



Claude J. St. Germain 

Liberal Arts 
Physical Therapy 



Dave Anderson Sealy 

Accounting 




Debra Anne Simmons 

Early Childhood Education 




Anita Lynne Smith 

Social Science 




Derick Smith 

Liberal Arts 




June Marie Sweet 

Word Processing 




Bonnie Torres 

Executive Secretary 




MiUion M. Urge 

Computer Information Systems 




GiUian Van Delft 

Liberal Arts 




Carmen L. Vega 

Business Adminstration 




Jean Paul Vernet 

Liberal Arts 






Bernesh G. Werota 

Liberal Arts 



Caroline V. Williams- Johnson 

Legal Secretary 



Sara T. Wolday 

Liberal Arts 




Graduates Not Pictured 



Associate of Arts 
Saad Ammour 
Wayne Neil Archer 
Timothy M. Bagley 
Carlos A. Bodden 
Rozelta Lovett Boyd 
Irvin I. Brooms 
Paula Rosemaire Cardoza 
Veronica M. Carvajal 
Ginette Monique Charles 
Sanjay R. Dadd 
Yolanda Taundrea Funderburg 
James Y. Hussey 
Gloria Jones 
Marc-Antoine Joseph 
Sajid Juerakhan 
Jamesline Leger 
Keria Leonidas 



Marie Yanick Lorquet 
Brian K. Matthews 
Susanna Minasyan 
Annetette Nicholson 
Altagracia Paulino de Mayers 
Francisco J. Pinto 
Marie R. Pluviose 
Ricardo H. Rodriguez-Estrada 
Wanda Roman 
Ronald Junior Dadm 
Earnst Suneus 
Ruthland Taylor 
Jekeisha Kim Whitehead 

Associate of Science 
Maria A. Albano 
Dynell Diane Andrews 
Joshua Lee Barnes 
Carlos A. Bodden 



Naima Boubakraouy 
Soeurette Breneville 
Cherry Brown 
Tina D. Butler 
Luz Maria Castro-Fuentes 
Deborah D. Cato 
Wilson Cespedes 
Wai-ling Chan Lau 
Sylvenise Chery 
Lydia Rosa Colon 
PhylUs Ann Coulter 
Rosalind A. Dailey 
Shirley-Ann DePeiza 
Marie Louise Earvolino 
Jemma Edwards 
Susan D. Elkin 
Norberta Febo 
Strawady Valeria Forbes 



Dawn Marie Fusi 
Lucia George 
Eric J. Giordano 
Shonda Diann Green 
Kitty Bing Guo 
Tara M. Hargraves 
Margarite Jeremie 
Hector J. Jimenez 
Rosalind Elizabeth Layne 
Victoria Regina Leonard 
Allison Judy Lewis-Reid 
Brenda Lewis 
Alyson Michelle Maio 
Carolyn Denice Merisca 
Nina Marie Nodes 
Emily Tereasa Pinckney-Clark 
Eva M. Ramirez 
Luz E. Reyes 



Gretlyn Cassandra Roberts 
Linda Particia Roberts 
Nina B.V. Roberts 
Lionel Rogers 
Ana S. Rosa 
Kattie Dawn Santos 
Miguel Angel Santos 
Madreen Kudzai Shiridzinomwa 
Mary M. Tolbert 
Maria A. Valverde 
Kimberly Nichola Williams 
Gail Williams-Hoyte 
Diane C. Ziener 

Bookkeeping 
Sarah L. Yee 

Microcomputer Applications 
Diane Mclaurin 



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EVENTS 



Community College 

Student Leadership Association 

Conference 



PLAYBILL 

The 1996 CCSLA Fall Leadership Conference " October 10-11, 1996 * Sheraton Tara, Framingham 




Your Ticket to Adventure! 




Surviving 




Striving 




Succeeding 




Program 




Convocation 




Procession 




Invocation 


Rev Michael Ellis 


Lift Ev'ry Voice and Sing 




President's Message 


Dr. Grace Carolyn Brown 


Greetings from Student and Assembly Leaders: 




• Student Government Association 


Gillian Van Delft 


• Faculty Assembly 


Jo Ann Mulready-Shick 


• Classified/Confidential Assembly 


Annette Douglin 


• Professional Staff Assembly 


Elizabeth Leon 


• Administrative Assembly 


Stephen Griffin 


Introduction of Convocation Speaker 


Dr. Sandra C. Vaughn 




Dean of Curriculum 




and Instruction 


Speaker 


Terrie Williams 


Closing Remarks 


Dr. Bruce Rose, V. P 




Academic and 




Student Affairs 


Benediction 


Rev Michael Ellis 


Recessional 




The audience will stand for the Processional, Invocation, 


Benediction, Recessional. 


Reception 




All participants and guests are invited to a reception in th 


e Multipurpose Room 



Surviving 




Striving 




Succeeding 




RoxBURY Community College 


Fall Evening Asse 


M B L Y 


5:45PM 




October 12, 1995 




Invocation 


Rev. Michael Ellis 


Lift Ev'ry Voice and Sing 




Introduction 


Dr. Paul K. Willenbrock 




Dean of Continuing 




Education and 




Community Services 


Keynote Speaker 


Dr. Bruce Rose, V.P. 




Academic and Student 


- 


Affairs 


Greeting from the Deans: 




Dean of Curriculum and Instruction 


Dr. Sandra Vaughn 


Dean of the Learning Resources 


Monica Bond 


Center and Academic Support 




Closing Remarks 


Dr. Paul K. Willenbrock 


Benediction 


Rev. Michael Ellis 


Reception 




All participants and guests are invited to a reception in the 


Multipurpose Room on 


the second floor of the Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Ce 


nter. 




Class Night 

May 18, 1996 







CORONATION 

SSAABASAJJA KABAKA OF BUG AN DA 
RONALD MUWENDA MUTEBI II 





'A ROYAL CELEBRATION' 

with 

His Majesty Ronald Muwenda MutebiJI 

Ssaabasajja Kabaka ofBuganda 

Roxbury Community College 

Tuesday, January 30, 1996 



mOGEAM 



WELCOME 



Dr. Carolyn Grace Brown 

President, Roxbury Community College 



PERFORMANCE 



We're Educators -A Touch of Class 
(WEATOC) 



REMARKS 



Dr. Harriet Masembe, Harvard University 
Afro-American Studies 



INTRODUCnONOF 

msmoHNESs 



Anne Marie Wedgeworth, Vice President 
Student Government Association, RCC 



TOPIC 



King Ronald Muwenda Mutebi 11 
TJulture ^Development in Africa' 



QUESTIONS & COMMENTS 



CLOSING REMARKS 



The 30th National Conference 
on Student Services 



Washington, D.C. 
November 18-21,1995 




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speak Out! 

presents 

A Dynamic Multi-Media 

Presentation and 

Workshop 

Elena Featherston & Elizabeth Martinez 





BUILDING BLACKfBROWN ALLIANCES IN AN AGE OF DIVIDE-AND-CONQUER: 
A Dialogue Exploring the Relationships Between African Americans and Latinos 





March 12, 1996 



Celebration of Acheivement 

Presented by SGA 
May 9, 1996 




Big Brother 

Big Sister 




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Clubs and 
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Student Government in Action! 





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Maintenance 

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Athletics 



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Team's work a success 

hy Todd Archer 
Cilobe Correspondent 

You will hear in ihe next I'ew weeks of student-athletes* sacrifices. 
You will hear that players are tired. You will hear they need rest. 
You will hear that they have made a tremendous commitment to 
their team's success. 

But far from the bright lights and big money of the Division 1 
men's basketball tournament, there are players who have made 
higger .sacrifices, players who truly are tired and need a rest and, 
perhaps, have made even more of a commitment. 

Roxbury Community College's men's basketball team is a perfect 
example. The Tigers concluded a 25-7 season last weekend by 
finishing third in the National Junior College Athletic Association 
Division 3 national championships in Delhi, N.Y. 

"The biggest difference," .says forward Sylvester Mabry, "is that 
we go to school and work and play basketball. They just go to 
school and play ball. They can't work because they're on 
scholarship, but still... I wish we could do that." 

Mabry, like any of his teammates holds a part-time job while 
.illending school and playing ball. 

"It's difficult," said Mabry, who helped lead Madison Park to the 
city championship in 1989. "You want to go to practice, but you 
have to work. You're learning plays on a whim. This is a 
community college, so you don't have the time to prepare like the 
other schools." 

Roxbury CC, which made it to the nationals by winning its first 
state title since 1 989, lost to Gloucester CC of Sewell, N.J., in the 
semifinals but came back to win the third-place game against 
Jefferson CC March 9. It was the farthest the Tigers had ever gone 
in the postseason. 

Mabry, who averaged close to 23 points and 13 rebounds, was 
named All-New England and will earn All-America honors as 
well after making the all-toumament team, but the 6-foot-4-inch 
forward was quick to praise guards Ricky Lambright and Darnell 
Rogers. "You need great guards," Mabry said, "They opened thing 
up for themselves, and that helped open things up for me down 
low." 

After and 8-14 season a ear ago, first year coach Brian Burton saw 
a team with one returnee develop before his eyes. Lambright, a 
former All-Scholastic at South Boston, and Rogers, who played at 
Brookline, were the team's glue, but the Tigers also received solid 
contributions from LeRoy Silas, Brent Henry, Derrick Smith and 
Darryl George. 

"Every piece fit," Burton said. "A big reason for our success was 
our discipline on and off the court. Roxbury has a reputation for 
being undisciplined, but 1 think we showed this year that's not 
true." 

Mabry is already talking about next year, something he was not 
doing a few weeks ago. "Before the tournament, I wasn't sure if I 
was going to come back," Mabry said. "But now that I've seen 
what it's all about, I want to get rid of that sour taste I have." 

"On the bus back home." Burton said, "Ricky Lambright was 
saying, 'Hey, we did all right for a team with no scholarships.' 
There was a lot more than basketball with this team. We had to 
find a balance of basketball and the other things, and I think we 
found that midpoint." 




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