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SCRIMSHAW 



1983 








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The SCRIMSHAW STAFF 

Brian Cartier 

Philip Michael McCormick 

Nancy Trippe 

Doreen Smith 




FACULTY 



Special THANKS to 

Student Life Office 
Mrs. Baldwin 
Dean Donald Howard 
Dean Mary Louise Walsh 
The Audio-Visual 

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Chemistry 



Walter Weeks 
Foreign languages 




Louis Robataille 
Accounting & Finance 



T.K. Roy 
Mechanical Engineering 



Alden Counsell 
Mechanical Engineering 



Frederick Gifun 
History 



Gregory Rocha 
Foreign Languages 




Dean Bryce Anderson 
College of Engineering 



Laurie Kaplowitz 
Fine Arts 



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Patrick Foley 
Education 




George Thomas 
Chemistry 



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Robert Michael 
History 



Kenneth Langley 
Textile Sciences 



Howard Glasser 
Design 




Eugene Williams 
Mechanical Engineering 



Robert Leamnson 
Biology 



15 



Normand Sasseville 
Biology- 



Daniel Georgianna 
Economics 



Geraldine Gumburd 
Sociology /Anthropology 




Howard Windham 
Design 



16 



John Fitzgerald 
Philosophy 




Alphee Laflamme 
Accounting & Finance 



Ronald Perry 
Textile Sciences 



Robert Ouellette 
Foreign Languages 



17 



Francis O'Brien 
Biology 




Lenine Gonsalves 
Electrical Engineering 



Cynthia Kruger 

Education 



Ronald Campbell 
Biology 



18 



Doris Thibault 
Education 



M.C. Rosenfield 
History 




Dwight Mowrey 
Chemistry 



Joseph Sauro 
Physics 



19 



William Silveria 
Textile Sciences 



Alton Wilson 
Textile Sciences 




George Ladino 
Accounting 



Barton Matsumoto 
Biology 



Martin Bide 
Textile Sciences 




Tom Puryear 
Applied Arts 



Donald Corriveau 
Psychology 



Steve Leon 




K. Maskooki 



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College of Engineering 




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Music 



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Jean Abou-Akl 


Anne Adamczyk 






Economics 


Biology 






Catherine Ajogbor 


Dwayne Allain 


Ana Afonso 


Paul Ahem 


Textile Technology 


Electrical Engineering 


Mathematics 


Economics/Political Science 


Valentino Almeida 


Maria Alves 


Donna Allen 


Timothy Allison 


Sociology /Portuguese 


Management 


Civil Engineering Tech. 


Civil Engineering Tech. 




MCCORMICK 



28 




William Amaral 
Management 

Patricia Anastsasia 
Electrical Engineering 

Brian Andrews 
Construction Engineering 



Naomi Andrews 
History 

Christopher Aneni 
Management 

Tokunbo Aneni 
Management 



Carrie-Jo Angelini 
Management 

Helder Angelo 
History 

Carol Anthony 
Sociology 



29 



Loretta Arsenault 
Nursing 

Debra Arsenian 
Marketing 

Nancy Arthur 
Psychology 



Matthew Ashe, Jr. 
Civil Engineering 

Desiree Askew 
Marketing 

Maria Avelar 
Portuguese 



Debra Bailey 
Nursing 

Laurie Baldacci 
Visual Design 

Judith Balestracci 
Accounting 




30 



MCCORMICK 




Sara Barber 
Visual Design 



Susan Borboza 
Psychology 



Joanne Balfe 
Textile Design 



Gemma Balzano 
Physics 



Jeffrey Bartlett 


Elie Bassile 


Cheryl Barczak 


Fadi Bark 


Management 


Economics 


Nursing 


Electrical Engineering 






Irene Bastos 


Priscilla Bates 






Management 


History/Political Science 



31 



MCCORMICK 




Denis Beaudoin 


Steven Beauregard 


Electrical Eng./Comp. Program 


Management 


Laureen Beausoleil 


Richard Bedard 


Humanities/Social Sciences 


Psychology 


Adijatu Bello 


Gina Benoit 


Nursing 


Nursing 



Thomas Bekier 
Management 

Joseph Bernardo 
Mechanical Engineering Tech. 



Andrew Bell 
Electrical Engineering 

Cynthia Berry 
Biology 



32 




Arthur Bethea 
History 

Gwen Bettencourt 
Accounting 

Nelia Bettencourt 
Economics 



Peter Bielicki 
Management 

Lisa Bindas 
Management 

Lisa Binney 
Marketing 



Brenda Bishop 
Nursing 

Lawrence Blais 
Psychology 

Donna Bobrowiecki 
Management 



33 



Debra Bogalhas 
Mathematics 

Kevin Bohmiller 
Management 

Charles Bosomworth 
Mechanical Engineering 



Elizabeth Boucher 
Nursing 

Lynn Boudreau 
Textile Design 

Sharon Bowdren 
Nursing 



Robin Bowlin 
Biology 

Susan Brackett 
Psychology 

William Brady 
Psychology 




34 



Theresa Breault 
Fine Arts 



Barbara Bressler 
Visual Design 



Jeannette Brand 
Mulfidisciplinary Studies 



Ruth Brant 



Paul Broadmeadow 
Bilingual Education 



Christine Brown 

Political Science/Economics 



Paul Briggs 

Electrical Engineering Tech. 



Judith Briss 
Marketing 



Gale Brown 
Psychology 



Robert Brown 
Sociology 




MCCORMICK 



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Dennis Bruce 


Gary Brune 








Economics 


Mechanical E 


igineering 


Tech. 




Stacey Bullis 


Mary Burke 






Pauline Bruno 


Art History 


Accounting 






Management 


Analia Cabral 


Kevin Cabral 






Philip Butta 


Psychology/Portuguese 


Mechanical Er 


gineering 


Tech. 


English 



Deidre Buckley 
Nursing 

Robert Butters 
Political Science 




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MCCORMICK 



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Cheryl Cardoza 
Sociology 



Doreen Cacciapouti 
Fine Arts 

Kevin Caetans 
Management 

Cheryl Cahill 
Nursing 



Judith Caldaroni 
Human Resources 

Ronald Caliri 
Visual Design 

James Camacho 
Humanities/Social Sciences 



Luanne Camerlengo 
Human Resources 

Thomas Cameron 

Jeffrey Canastra 
Humanities/Social Sciences 



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Marcia Carroll 
Accounting 

John Carvalho 
Mechanical Engineering Tech. 

Francis Castanho 
Computer Programming 



Lisa Castellani 
Psychology 

Filenis Castelo 
Spanish 

Maria Castro 
Nursing 



Wayne Caswell 
Management 

Susan Cavanaugh 
Biology 

Bruno Cesolini 
Management 




38 



MCCORMICK 




David Chapman 


John Chatfield 


John Chabon 


Leonard Chadbourne 


Management 


Management 


Electrical Engineering 


Psychology 


Julia Chippendale 


Paul Chicoine 


Shiunn-Jung Chern 


Lih-Wen Chiang 


Psychology 


Electrical Engineering 


Electrical Engineering 


Electrical Engineering 






Katherine Chmiel 


Richard Chouinard 






Nursing 


Accounting 



39 



MCCORMICK 




Hector Chretien 


Paul Churchill 


Susan Clark 


History 


Civil Engineering 


Nursing 


Patricia Ciavola 


Thomas Clancy 


Patricia Collins 


Psychology 


Management 


Art Education 


Susan Cohen 


Catherine Collins 




Sociology 


Fine Arts 





Sandra Coelho 
Political Science 

Bruce Colthart 
Design 



40 




Brian Cook 

Computer Programming 

Clifton Cook 
Mechanical Engineering 

Kerry Cook 
Psychology 



Theresa Cook 
Sociology 

James Corbett, Jr. 
Mathematics 

Elia Cordeiro 
Mathematics 



Maria Corga 
Portugese 

Aurora Correia 
Sociology 

John Cosgrove, Jr. 
Electrical Engineering 



41 



Elaine Costa 
Biology 

Michael Costa 
Electrical Engineering 

Christine Coughlin 
Accounting 



Keith Coughlin 
Marketing 

Melissa Coury 
Political Science/Sociology 

Rose Marie Couto 
Mathematics 



David Cravenho 
Design 

Paul Crawford 
Marketing 

Philip Crear 
Civil Engineering Tech. 




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Donna Crumley 


Robert Curran, Jr 






Nursing 


Management 


Roland Croteau, Jr. 








Electrical Engineering/ 


Kathleen Crowe 


Stephen Cusson 


Debora Cyr 


Computer Programming 


Finance 


Management 


Marketing 


Sandra Currid 


Jeffrey Curtis 


Carlos Da Cunha 


Gary Dahn 


Nursing 


Textile Technology 


Electrical Engineering 


Management 




MCCORMICK 



43 



Karen D'Amico 


Paul Danis 






Fine Arts 










Rose David 


Simon Daou 


Francis Darcy 


Peter Davey 


French 


Mechanical Engineering 


Management 


Agostino DeFreitas 


Dale Delzenero 


Frances Davis 


Shawn Dean 


Electrical Engineering 


Psychology 


Psychology 


Economics 




MCCORMICK 



44 




James Dinnie 
Fine Arts 
Lynda Dirksen 
Mechanical Engineering 



Glenn Deming 
Mechanical Engineering 

Francine Deni 
Biology 

Brenda Denomy 
Medical Technology 



Janet DePonte 
Biology 

Thomas DesBois 
Human Resources 

Antonie DeSousa 
Portugese 



George Desrosiers 
Accounting 

Leo Desrosiers 
Accounting 

Lilia Dinis 
Portugese 



45 



Robert Dos Santos 
Marketing 

Joanne Dougherty 

Marketing 

Cynthia Dowling 

Accounting 



Janine Dowling 
Psychology 

Kathleen Drewniany 
Marketing 

Jeffrey Driscoll 
Political Science 



Christopher Duffy 
History 

Mark Durrant 
History 

Edward Durkin 
Accounting 







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MCCORMICK 




Susan Dyrek 


Diane Ebbeling 


David Dwyer 


Human Resources 


Human Resources 


Management 


Debra Elfast 


Stephanny Elias 


Robert Edwards 


Nursing 


Psychology 


Psychology 

Kerry Elinskas 
Accounting 



Robert Dyke 
Electrical Engineering 

Nassif Elhoueis 
Civil Engineering 

Peter Entwistle 
Political Science 



47 



MCCORMICK 




Paul Ernsting 


James Esancy 


Medical Technology 


Textile Chemistry 


Kathleen Evans 


Waffic Faour 


Psychology 


Mechanical Engineering 


Debra Favaloro 


Scott Feeney 


Marketing 


Chemistry 



Noe Faria 
Management 

Richard Fenaux 
Human Resources 



Maureen Faulstich 
Textile Technology 

Ana Ferreira 
French/Portugese 



48 




John Ferreiro 
Portugese 

Joyce Ferreiro 
Multidisciplinary Studies 

Ligia Ferreiro 
Mechanical Engineering 



Ligia Ferreiro 
Spanish/Portugese 

Sidonio Ferreiro 
Fine Arts 

Jeffrey Field 
Management 



Judy Flaherty 
Mathematics 

Suzanne Fleming 
Textile Chemistry 

Catherine Flowers 
Design 



49 



Mark Folta 
Management 

Constance Fontaine 
History 

Michele Fontaine 
Biology 



Kenneth Forbes 
Economics 

Elaine Forczyk 
Sociology 

Cheryl Fraga 
Sociology 



Paul Fraser, Jr. 
Mechanical Engineering Tech. 

Michael Freeman 
Mechanical Engineering 

Diane French 
Nursing 




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Richard Gamache 


John Gannon, Jr. 










History 


Accounting 


Noreen Gaffney 


Roger Gagnon 






Randie Garrant 


Russell Garrity 


Finance 


Management 






Nursing 


Civil Engineering 


Peter Gariepy 


David Garofoli 






Catherine Gately 


Kim Gaulin 


Design 


Electrical Engineer 


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Tech. 


Psychology 


Sociology 




MCCORMICK 



Diane Gauthier 


Stephen Geary 






Accounting 


Accounting 






Alan Giangregorio 


Daniel Gilmore 


Eser Gemici 


Joan Gertridge 


Textile Technology 


Biology 


Textile Design 


Nursing 


Mark Godfrey 


Anita Gomes 


Lisa Gizara 


Maureen Glynn 


Psychology 


Sociology 


Fine Arts 


Marketing 




MCCORMICK 




Michael Greene 
Multidisciplinary Studies 

Steven Groves 

Civil Engineering Tech. 



Helio Goncalves 
Portugese 

Linda Goodman 
Nursing 

Rosary Gordo 
Portugese 



Joan Gorman 
Accounting 

Lee Gosselin 
Psychology 

Steven Gotwalt 
Electrical/Engineering/Tech. 



Susan Gouveia 
Psychology 

Arthur Goyette, Jr. 
Management 

Gary Grabauskas 
Marketing 



53 



Kenneth Gullicksen 
Biology 

Charles Gumkowski 
Management 

Steven Guthrie 
Management 



Joseph Gutt, Jr. 
English 

Pamela Hagberg 
Management 

Pamela Haley 
Nursing 



Mary Halley 
Nursing 

Mohamad Hamie 

Cheryl Handlin 
Accounting 



54 




MCCORMICK 




Atef Harb 


Michael Hardman 


Joseph Hanify III 


Amine Harb 


Civil Engineering 


Multidisciplinary Studies 


Psychology 


Civil Engineering 


David Hauver 


Kimberly Hayes 


Donna Harris 


Lynn Harpin 


Management 


Nursing 


Textile Chemistry 


Nursing 






Lisa Heap 


Lynn Helme 






Medical Technology 


Psychology 



55 



MCCORMICK 




Karl Hetzler 




Jane Hickey 


Mechanical Engineering 


Tech. 


Nursing 


Kevin Hines 




Julia Hoddson 


Accounting 




Nursing 


Patricia Holland 




Lisa Horgan 


Mathematics 




Nursing 



James Hoffman 
Marketing 

Elie Houayes 
Civil Engineering 



Una Holden 
Sociology 

Armand Houde 
Sociology 



56 




Judith Houghton 
Psychology 

Fabien Houle, Jr. 
Biology 

Karen Humphrey 
Psychology 



Gary Hunsinger 
Nursing 

Alan Hutchinson 
Electrical Engineering 

James Hynes, Jr. 
Art Education 



Florence Iheme 
Sociology 

Michael Jenkinson 
Accounting 

Beverly Jerome 
Sociology 



57 



Mark Johnson 
Accounting 

Paul Johnson 

Lee Jones 
Management 



Raymond Jusseaume 
Management 

Susan Kaczynski 
Nursing 

Sharon Kalif 
Marketing 



Jane Kannally 
Fine Arts 

Alexi Karim 
Mechanical Engineering 

David Karns 
Management 



58 








Anne Keohane 


Susan Kerwin 






Marketing 


Nursing 


Lisa Kenney 


James Kent 


Bridgette King 


Peter King 


Nursing 


Management 


Textile Design 


Multidisciplinary Studies 


Rabih Kfoury 


George Khairailah 


Mary Kirby 


Nancy Klein-Trippe 


Civil Engineering 


Civil Engineering 


Biology 


Design 




MCCORMICK 



59 



Kimberlee Knauf 
Design 

Irene Kuhn 
Management 

Michael Lamarre 
Political Science 



Mark Kohlrusch 
Design 

Cheryl Labossiere 
Accounting 

Joseph Lamb 



Robert Korkolonis 
Management 

Marc Laferriere 
Biology 




Mary Krug 
Nursing 

Wai-Kow Lai 
Electrical Engineering 




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UuiV David Lambert 
Economics 



Peter Landry 
Political Science 

Nancy Lane 
Design 



Janet Lang 
Sociology 

Robert Lanpher 
Computer Programming 

Faith Lauria 
Nursing 



Paul Lavoie 
Multidisciplinary Studies 

Richard Lavoie 

Biology 

Suzanne Lavoie 
Chemistry 



Carol Legault 
Nursing 

Michael LeMay 
Mathematics 

Steven Lemmo 
Mechanical Engineering 



Katherine Lennon 
Design 

Thomas Lennon, Jr. 
Human Resources 

Paul Leon 
Political Science 



Carole Letendre 

Susan Letterie 
Management 

Deborah Leve 
Finance 







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MCCORMICK 




Marie Levesque 


Janice Lewis 


Lloyd Leverett 


Marie Levesque 


Psychology 


Humanities 


Management 


Biology 


Cothy Little 


Brian Lockord 


Joseph Lewis, Jr. 


Pamela Lewis 


Design 


Biology 


Biology /Chemistry 


Humanities 






Alan Longstreet 


Debra Looney 






Accounting 


French 



63 



MCCORMICK 




David Lopes 


Maria Lopes 




Joyce Louro 


Priscilla Louro-Fonseca 


Philosophy 


Portugese/Spanish 


Psychology 


History/Humanities 


Michael lopes 


Charles Lord 




Elizabeth Lynah 


Michael MacDonald 


Bilingual Education 


Psychology 




Human Resources 


Accounting 


Robert Lugg 


David Lussier 




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Physics 


Electrical Engineering 







64 



Craig Machamer 
Electrical Engineering 




Antonio Magalhaes 
Marketing 

Gary Magnant 
Biology 

Elie Malhameh 



Denise Moloney 
English 

Thomas Manchester III 
Marketing 

Leo Manning, Jr. 
Mathematics 



Timothy Manning 
Accounting 

Pamela Manvelle 
BFA Sculpture 

Susan Marchand 
Sociology 



65 



Edwin Margarida 
Electrical Engineering Tech. 

Jacqueline Marmen 
Mathematics 

Carol Martin 
Nursing 



Melany Martin 
Management 

Scott Martin 
Management 

Maria Martins 
Portugese/Spanish 



William Martins 
Management 

Stephen Massa 
Electrical Engineering Tech. 

Sandra Mastrangelo 
Psychology 



66 




Michael Matern 
Electrical Engineering 









Jeffrey McAllister 




Donna McBrien 








Management 




Biology 






David Mazzarella 


Patrice McCauley 




Dennise McDonald 


Ann Mattera 




Management 


Design 




Psychology 


Fine Arts 
















Patricia McCarthy 


Steven McDonough 




William McGowan 


Moira McCc 


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English 


Mechanical Engineer 


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Sociology 




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67 



Brian McGrath 


James McGregor 


Design 


Management 


Patrick McNamara 


Michael McNeil 


Business Administration 


Textile Technology 


Debra Medeiros 


June Medeiros 


Psychology 


English 



Nancy McLean 
Medical Technology 

Catherine McQuinn 
Psychology 



Maureen McMahon 
English 

Christine Medeiros 
Psychology 





Donna Megna 
Accounting 

Curtis Mello 
Biology 

Elaine Mello 
Sociology 



Susan Mello 
Biology 

Cynthia Mellor 
Human Resources 

Jody Menardi 



Katherine Miasek 
Nursing 

Paul Michaud 
Economics 

Melanie Middlesworth 
Marketing 



69 



Susan Mita 
Textile Design 

Victoria Moniz 
Portuguese 

Lisa Monsein 
Political Science 



Angela Monteiro 
Psychology 

Bernadette Moran 
Nursing 

Nancy Morano 
Fine Arts 



lone Moreira 

Maryann Morganelli 
Psychology 

Raymond Morlock 
Mechanical Engineering Tech 



70 




STARR 




Robert Mullen 


Gail Muren 


Laurie Morotti 


Susan Mulford 


English 


Marketing 


Accounting 


Accounting 


Valerie Mustone 


Andrew Myers 


Karen Muri 


Thomas Murphy 


Nursing 


Marketing 


Nursing 


Electrical Engineering Tech 






Rosemarie Nappa 


Alison Nardone 






Biology 


Nursing 



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Doreen Nault 


Cheryl Nichols 


Laura Nissen 


Raymond Nolan 


Human Resources 


Multidisciplinary Studies 


Management 


Human Resources 


Paul Nichols 


Rebecca Nichols 


Robert Nuovo 


David Nyzio 


Fine Arts 


Accounting 


Fine Arts 


Fine Arts 


John Norris 


Liduina Noverca 






Political Science 


Bilingual Education 







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Paul O'Brien 
Economics 

Janice O'Donnell 
Sociology 



Barry Odabashian 
Civil Engineering Tech. 



Patricia Oldham 
Marketing 

Gail Oliveira 
Management 

Stephen Olsen 
Management 



Maria Oppedisano 
English 

Joseph Ordog 
Management 

Donna Orsi 
Nursing 



73 



Linda Ouellette 
Psychology 

Barbara Pacheco 
Psychology 

Kathleen Paganetti 
Management 



Gloria Paiva 
Sociology 

Kathy Paiva 
Accounting 

David Palmer 
Electrical Engineering Tech 



Linda Pansuk 
Marketing 

John Pappas 
Textile Technology 

Lisa Pappas 
Psychology/Sociology 




74 



Lisa Parsons 




Management 


Sandra Parziale 


Michelle Pelletier 


Anne Pendred 


Humanities 


Psychology 



Richard Pavadore 


Noreen Pease 


Electrical Engineering 


Nursing 


Russell Pendred 


Dennis Pereira 


Business Administration 


Biology 


Edward Pereira 


Maria Pereira 


Spanish 


Sociology 








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Steven Pereira 
Management 

Judith Perry 
Management 

Jason Phelps 
Psychology 



Karen Perilli 




Fina Arts 




Rebecca Perry 


Patricia Perna 


Design 


Marketing 


Richard Phillips, Jr. 


Thomas Peterson 


Physics 


Psychology 



Lisa Perreault 
Nursing 

Kerin Phelan 
Design 





Sharon Pickett 
Psychology 

Ricky Pimental 
Management 

Maria Pimental 
Mathematics 



Patricia Piotrowicz 
Psychology 

Steven Pittman 
Biology 

Deborah Place 
Accounting 



James Plasski 
History 

Susan Pollard 
Design 

Bernice Ponte 
Psychology 



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Susan Prestigiovanni 
Marketing 

Linda Prewandowski 
Nursing 

William Pruitt 
Mathematics 



Brian Puopolo 
French 

Joanne Querze 
Biology 

Michael Quinn 
Biology 



James Ragan 

Marylou Ramos 
Psychology 

Debra Raposa 
Marketing 



Mark Prescott 
Mechanical Engineering Tech. 



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Steven Rebello 


Barbara Rego 


Richard Ray 


Lisa Rebello 


Electrical Engineering 


Textile Technology 


Mechanical Engineering 


Sociology 


Carol Renzi 


Karen Renzi 


Carol Rego 


Gail Reid 


Psychology 


Sociology 


Civil Engineering 


Marketing 






Ann Resendes 


David Resendes 






Portugese 


Political Science 



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McCarthy 




Denise Ricciardelli 
Mechanical Engineering 

Margaret Riley 
Mathematics 



Karen Riihimaki 
Textile Technology 

Nancy Riley 
Management 



Michele Rioux 
Political Science 

Mary Ellen Rockett 
Design 



Debra Robert 
Psychology 

Deborah Roderick 
Psychology 



Michael Robinson 
Design 



Sandra Rocheleau 
Psychology 



80 




Linda Rodrigues 
Nursing 

Nancy Rodrigues 
Civil Engineering 

Barry Rooklin 
Marketing 



Margaret Rooney 
Biology 

John Rose 
Biology 

June Rose 
Management 



Nancy Ross 
Design 

Steven Rossman 
Management 

Jeffrey Rudert 
Marketing 



Pamela Ryan 
Multidisciplinary Studies 




Daniel Saad 
Mechanical Engineering 



Gilda Salvador 
Accounting 



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Joseph Santos 


Paul Santos 






Textile Technology 


History 


Charlene Santagate 


JoAnn Santoro 


Daphne Saverine 


Karen Sawyer 


Spanish/Sociology 


Accounting 


Management 


English 


Sharon Snatos 


Mark Sarno 


Kathleen Scannell 


Mark Scanzio 


Multidisciplinary Studies 


Finance 


Management 


Management 




MCCORMICK 



83 



Wendy Scofield 


Randall Schultz 


Nursing 


Fine Arts 


Karen Seaver 


Thomas Sexton 


Multidisciplinary Studies 


Humanities 


Virginia Sheehan 


Renee Sherburne 


English 


Psychology 



Lorelei Scionti 
Spanish/History 

Anne Shanks 
Accounting 








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Joan Scully 
Accounting 

John Shaw 
Humanities 




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Lisa Sherlock 
Textile Design 

Amy Sherman 
Design 

James Shevlin 
Management 



Barbara Shore 
English 

Jacqueline Silva 
English 

Mark Silva 



Richard Silva 
Marketing 



Mary Silvia 
Music 

Janie Simonetti 
Mathematics 



85 



Cynthia Smith 
Nursing 

Deborah Smith 
Sociology 

Doreen Smith 
Finance 



Edward Smith 
Accounting 

Edward Smith 
Civil Engineering Tech. 

Laureen Smith 
Nursing 



Dean Snell 
Fine Arts 

Anne Sobol 
Textile Design 

Joseph Sousa 
Electrical Engineering 



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FILE PHOTO 




Robert St. Pierre 


Kathleen Steeves 


Donna Souza 


Elizabeth Spinale 


Mechanical Engineering Tech. 


Fine Arts 


Multidisciplinary Studies 


Nursing 


William Stratton 


Jane Strillchuk 


Sally-Ann Stefanik 


Lori Stowell 


History 


Design 


Sociology 


Nursing 






Danette Sullivan 


Kerry Sullivan 






Accounting 


Design 



87 



MCCORMICK 




Nancy Sullivan 


Natalie Sven 


dsen 


Paul Sylvia 


Steven Sylvia 


Psychology 


Design 




Mechanical Engineering Tech. 


Accounting 


Jeffrey Swarts 


Mary Sylvia 




Suzanne Taylor 


Jean Teahan 


Electrical Engineering 


Mathematics 




Political Science 


Marketing 


Youssef Tarabay 


Janet Taylor 








Civil Engineering 


Marketing 









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Peter Thadeio 
Chemistry 

Barry Thomas 

Civil Engineering Tech. 

Gregg Thompson 
Civil Engineering Tech. 



William Tigano 

Mechanical Engineering Tech. 

Elaine Tobiaz 
Human Resources 

Valerie Tomasik 
Psychology 



Dolores Toomey 
Psychology 

Gerry Toupin 
Management 

Nathan Tracy 

Electrical Engineering Tech. 



89 



John Trovers 
Marketing 

Patricia Treckman 
English 

Lee Tripp 
Biology 



Suzanne Tripp 
Biology 

Paul Troia 
Multidisciplinary Studies 

Donna Troy 
Nursing 



Paula Tucker 
Nursing 

Ann Turnbull 
Psychology 

Paul Tyrrell 
History 




90 



Ann Valente 
Management 



Chris Van Dusen 
Fine Arts 



Joseph Varao 
Marketing 

Joseph Verdi 
Sociology 



Sandra Vary 
Nursing 

Debra Verseckes 
Marketing 



Valerie Venancio 
Textile Technology 



Peter Ventura 

Mechanical Engineering Tech. 



Joan Viles 
Psychology 



Elizabeth Viveiros 
Psychology 




MCCORMICK 



91 



Ernest Viveiros 


Kevin Walsh 


Fine Arts 


Marketing 


Jerilyn Wasielewski 


Aaron Wasserman 


Medical Technology 


Sociology 


Julie Weber 


Elizabeth Weedon 


Marketing 


Nursing 



Nancy Warren 
Design 

Deborah Watkins 
Management 



Richard Waryas 
Textile Technology 

Susan Watson 

Electrical Engineering Tech. 




MCCORMICK 



92 




Daniel Wentworth 
Mechanical Engineering Tech. 

Joyce Weston 
Spanish/English 

Randy Wheeler 

Civil Engineering Tech. 



Carol Whitney 
Nursing 

Nancy Wilczewski 
Design 

Virginia Wilkens 
Finance 



Elizabeth Wilkins 
Multidisciplinary Studies 

Cheryl Wilson 
Accounting 

Donna Wilson 
Accounting 



93 



Wen-Hsing Yang 
Electrical Engineering 

Gia-Kinh Young 
Electrical Engineering 

Laurie Young 
Human Resources 



Deborah Zais 
Sociology 

Jim Zisson 
Mechanical Engineering 

Philip Zasadny 
Mechanical Engineering Tech. 



Evamarie Zatir 
Nursing 

Mark Zarella 
Marketing 

Isabel Abelheira 
History 




94 




Joseph Barrett 
Spanish 

John Malloy, Jr. 
Mechanical Engineering 



Ann Connors 
Human Resources 

Steven McDonough 
Visual Design 



Virginia Damiani 
Art Education 

Reiner Schmegner 
Mechanical Engineering 



Hany Youness Computer Programming 



Samir Abi Younes — Political Science 

Marilyn Poraham — Multidisciplinary Studies 

Louis Adam — Business Administration 

Francis Adekemi — Civil Engineering 

Victor Afolabi — Marketing 

Ana Alfonso — Mathematics 

Pedro Africano — Political Science 

Mehrnaz Ashvami — Textile Technology 

Lucille Asuian — Sociology 

Paul Ahenn — Economics/Political Science 

David Alderman — Electrical Engineering 

Josephine Alfonso — Humanities 

David Allard — Management 

Donna Allen — Civil Engineering Tech. 

Timothy Allison — Civil Engineering 

Barry Almeida — Biology 

Henry Almeida Jr. — Human Resources 

Abel Alves — History 

Rebecca Alves — Art History 

Joseph Amaral Jr. — Accounting 



Deborah Anderson — Political Science 

Karie Anderson — Psychology 

Gregory Archambault — Accounting 

Lawrence Aronson — Management 

Nancy Arthur — Psychology 

Sheri Arvedon — Fine Arts 

Diane Ashley — Humanities 

Milton Athaide — Management 

Michael Ruber — Electrical Engineering Tech. 

James Ausustine — Mechanical Engineering Tech. 

Alison Awed — Management 

George Ayoub — Civil Engineering 

James Baillargeon — Electrical Engineering 

Linda Baldasaro — Management 

David Bancroft — Electrical Engineering 

John Baptista — Management 

Kathleen Barck — Psychology 

David Barclay — Business Administration 

Cynthia Barlow — Medical Technology 



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SENIORS NOT PHOTOGRAPHED . . . 

Louise Barone — Accounting 

Roger Barros — Management 

Thomas Bekier — Management 

Suzanne Beianser — Multidisiplinary Studies 

Richard Bellefeuille — Management 

Leon Belmore — Management 

William Benoit II — Management 

Janet Benson — Nursing 

Erik Berssren — Fine Arts 

Scott Bersstrom — Electrical Engineering 

Cynthia Berry — Biology 

Nancy Bettencourt — Humanities 

Timothy Bisham — Accounting 

Andrew Blais — Philosophy 

Diane Blumbers — Psychology 

Stephen Bonarriso Jr. — Electrical Engineering 

Timothy Bonfatti — Civil Engineering Tech. 

Susan Bonneau — English 

Laurie-Beth Boosahda — Textile Design 

Kenneth Borowy — Mechanical Engineering Tech. 

Barbara Borsa — Business Administration 

Marie Bouffard — Nursing 

Stephen Bradshaw — Business Administration 

Gregory Bramblett — Biology 

Barbara Bressler — Design 

Gary Brewer — Management 

Patrica Brown — Psychology 

Ralph Brown Jr. — Sociology 

Ronald Cabell — History 

Analia Cabral — Pshchology/Portugese 

Cynthia Cabral — Fine Arts 

Nancy Cabral — Chemistry 

Francis Cabral Jr. — Mathematics 

Gregory Callahan — Electrical Engineering 

Robert Camara — Accounting 

Donald Campbell — Electrical Engineering 

Richard Campion — Sociology 

lone Caplette — Psychology 

Kevin Carey — Fine Arts 

Peter Carlin — Art History 

Wayne Carlson — Mechanical Engineering Tech. 

Bette Carney — Fine Arts 

Cathleen Carpenter — Medical Technology 

Mary Carroll — Nursing 

Jeffrey Carter — Electrical Engineering Tech. 

Pamela Caruso — Business Administration 

James Castleberry — Mathematics 

Ann Castro — Business Administration 

Ronald Cavallaro — Accounting 

Richard Chace — Spanish 

Anne Chadwick — Multidisciplinary Studies 



Dennis Chagnon — Business Administration 

Sr. Annette Chagnon — Multidisciplinary Studies 

Robert Chambers — Chemistry 

Sug Chan — Electrical Engineering 

Sheila Charpentier — Business Administration 

Robert Christman — Management 

James Clark — Electrical Engineering 

Ellen Geary — Nursing 

Joanne Cless — Nursing 

Joan Coelho — Nursing 

Robert Collet —^ Management 

Florence Collins — Psychology 

Margaret Collins — Marketing 

David Colson — Electrical Engineering 

Walter Conley — Biology 

Mark Coosan — Textile Technology 

Glen Corman — Electrical Engineering 

Ernest Correira — Electrical Engineering 

Donald Costa — Biligual Education 

Ronald Costa — Art Education 

Susan Costa — Psychology 

Mary Costello — Business Administration 

Colleen Dotter — Mechanical Engineering Tech. 

Edward Coury — Political Science 

Suzanne Coutinho — Psychology 




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Ray Crabb — Hunamities 

Charlotte Craven — English 

James Crook — Business Administration 

Cheryl Crossley — Vol — Multidisciplinary Studies 

Richard Crosson — Management 

John Crowe — Art Education 

Joanne Crowley — Accounting 

Patricia Crowley — Fine Arts 

Susan Crowley — Art Education 

Thomas Curtiss — Civil Engineering Tech. 

Walter Cynar Jr. — Chemistry 

Jane Czaporowski — Sociology 

John Czornyj — Chemistry 

Leslie DaCosta — Psychology 

Jose DaSilva — Political Science 

Bonita Daly — Business Edministration 

Thomas Dandeneau — Biology 

Dale Dandrea — Electrical Engineering 

Wayne Darbeau — Economics 

Jeffrey Davis — Sociology 

Jill Davison — Textile Technology 

Vicki Dawson — Psychology 

Patricia DaBoer — Accounting 

David DeMello — Management 



Edward DeSouza — Electrical Engineering Tech. 

Philip DeYouns — History 

Dale Delzenero — Psychology 

David Demasi — Art Education 

John Dempsey — Marketing 

Richard Deslauriers — Management 

Donald Desmarais — Accounting 

John Desses — Business Administration 

Sheila Deston — Hostory 

Michele Devitt — Psychology 

Howard Dillon — Nursing 

Paul Donndelinger — Mechanical Engineering Tech. 

Kerrie Donnelly — Sociology 

Scott Douglas — Management 

Edward Dowdall — Civil Engineering Tech. 

John Driscoll — Mechanical Engineering Tech. 

Richard Dubois Jr. — Marketing 

Douglas Dusseault — Fine Arts 

Scott Dyer — Mechanical Engineering 

Diane East — Humanities 

Thomas Eckert — Humanities 

Diane Edward — ML 

Joseph El-Batal — Electrical Engineering 

George El-Rahi — Computer Programming 

Pamela Ellis — Multidisciplanary Studies 

Philip Emery — Biology 

Stephen Eubanks — Economics 

Scott Fahle — Biology 

Amos Fakulujo — Civil Engineering 

Carol Falcone — Mechanical Engineering 

Kirk Fallon — Marketing 

Joseph Farina Jr. — Civil Engineering Tech. 

David Farnsworth — Chemistry 

Charles Fears III — Business Administration 

Scott Federico — Psychology 

Jacqueline Feener — Marketing 

Beverly Fernandes — Nursing 

Pedro Fernandez — Electrical Engineering 

Thomas Flanigan — English 

Anne Folster — Sociology 

Joan Forte — CO 

Lisbeth Frates — Mathematics 

Sandra Freitas — Biology 

Theresa Freitas — Bilingual Education 

Mary Lou Frias — ML 

Sandra Frodin — Psychology 

Karen Fulginiti — Accounting 

Stephen Furfado — Psychology 

Richard Gagne — Management 

Ava Galante — Sociology 

Frank Gallasher — Civil Engineering 

Pamela Gallagher — Accounting 

Kevin Galligan — Business Administration 

David Ganley — Management 

Andrew Garte — Biology 



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Andrew Garte, Biology 

Daune Gatenby, History 

Daniel Gelinas, Human Resources 

Howard Gerber, Electrical Engineering 

John Germano, Accounting 

Carl Getman, Management 

Seyed Gheirat, Textile Technology 

Marjorie Gibson, Multidisciplinary Studies 

Joy Gilman, French 

James Glaser, Accounting 

Mary Jo Glavin, Nursing 

Wayne Glover, Mechanical Engineering 

Shelley Godfrey, Psychology 

Fred Goheen, English 

Kenneth Gomes, Multidisciplinary Studies 

Russell Gomes, Multidsiciplinary Studies 

Mark Gonsalves, Accounting 

Richard Goodell, Accounting 

Ann Gosciminski, English 

Claudia Gosciminski, Design 

Vicki Gosselin, Chemistry 

Darrell Grant, Multidisciplinary Studies 

Mary Gray, Chemistry 

Joan Guertin, ML 

Namir Habboosh, Electrical Engineering 

Wallace Hammond Jr., Psychology 

Clare Hanley, Nursing 

Thomas Hannon Jr., Nursing 

Wanda Harris, Nursing 

Eugene Hart, History 

Eric Hartisan, Accounting 

Farzana Hassan, Business Administration 

Todd Hassett, Accounting 

Rosemarie Hawkes, Art Education 

James Healy, Marketing 

Geraldine Hebb, Nursing 

Paula Hennessey, Management 

Clifford Henry, Management 

Daniel Henry, Management 

Arthur Hilliard, Mechanical Engineering Tech. 

Anne Hochman, Business Administration 

Michael Hosdan, Electrical Engineering 

John Holloway, Business Administration 

Donna Horan, Management 

Daniel Howard, Management 

Robin Howard, Sociology 

George Howayeck, Jr., Biology/Chemistry 

Thomas Howell, Marketing 

James Howley, Civil Engineering Tech. 

Robert Hubbard, Marketing 

Paul Husson, Human Resources 

Gress Hunt, Civil Engineering 



Stephen Jankins, Mechanical Engineering Tech. 

Roxanne Jarvis, Management 

Aleta Jepsen, Multidisciplinary Studies 

Bruce Johnson, Economics 

Laurie Johnson, Nursing 

Sylvester Jordan Jr., Humanities 

Edward Kaeterle, Chemistry 

Gary Kane, Business Administration 

Kenneth Karsten Jr., Electrical Engineering 

Janet Kawa, Business Administration 

Louis Kazen, Psychology 

Judith Kearley, Business Administration 

Michael Kellish, Physics 

Lorna Ketin, Psychology 

Stephen King, Management 

Shawn Kinney, Chemistry 

Edward Knapp, Psychology 

Kenneth Koch II, Electrical Engineering 

Paul Koczera, Psychology 

Sophia Koutsopapa, Chemistry 

Vivian Kuss, Multidisciplinary Studies 

Claudia L'Abbe, Nursing 

Robert LaVallee, Multidisciplinary Studies 




98 




Ronald Ladurantaye, Accounting 

Elizabeth Lafferty, Design 

Evelyne Laflamme, Business Administration 

Edmond Laliberte, Electrical Engineering Tech. 

Frederick Lansdevin, Management 

Veronique Lassiter, Marketing 

Stuart Latessa, Management 

Joyce Laushlin, Psychology 

Michael Lawrence, Sociology 

Carole Le Tendre, Nursing 

Marc LeBlanc, Management 

Katherine LePase, Sociology 

Donald Leaver, Business Administration 

Patricia Lenashan, English 

Joanne Lescault, Psychology 

Mark Leslie, Biology 

Gary Letendre, Accounting 

Julie Letourneau, Computer Programming 

Richard Levesque, Management 

Yinslin Li, Chemistry 

Carol Libby, Biology 

Steven Lieber, Management 

John Lonersdan, Management 



Theresa Lopes, History 

Laurie Lovely, Art History 

James Luddy, Music 

Betty Lynch, Psychology 

Kevin Lynch, Business Administration 

Humberto Macedo, Electrical Engineering 

Alfred Machado, Mathematics 

Carlos Machado, Mechanical Engineering 

Warren Mackensen, Business Administration 

Thomas Masuire, Economics 

Dawn Mahanor, Psychology 

John Mulloy Jr., Mechanical Engineering 

Julie Mandell, Multidisciplinary Studies 

Stephen Manley, Physics 

Lisa Manning, Sociology 

Odette Manning, Nursing 

Anthony Martin, Business Administration 

Marlene Martin, Psychology/Sociology 

Maria Martins, Multidisciplinary Studies 

Paul Martins, Business Administration 

Pamela Marvelle, Fine Arts 

James Masterson, Accounting 

Antoinette Mastroberti, Art History 

John Matheson, Multidisciplinary Studies 

Daniel McCarthy, TE 

Timothy McCarthy, Electrical Engineering Tech. 

Michael McCloskey, Management 

Paul McDonald, Art Education 

Benjamin McGuiness, Economics 

Thomas McHenry, Political Science 

Linda McMurray, Humanities 

Ellen Measher, Medical Technology 

Gregory Medeiros, Business Administration 

John Medeiros, Electrical Engineering 

Susan Mello, Nursing 

Thomas Mello, Civil Engineering Tech. 

Victor Mello, Management 

Nancy Mercier, Design 

Susan Messner, Fine Arts 

Barry Meunier, Business Administration 

Evelyn Midura, Accounting 

Janet Misheault, Sociology 

Karl Miller, Medical Technology 

Jose Miranda, Electrical Engineering 

John Mitchell, Marketing 

Carol Moloney, Psychology 

Ann Monteiro, Spanish 

Catherine Montishy, Multidisciplinary Studies 

William Montishy, Art History/Biology 

Theresa Monuteaux, Sociology 

Mary Jo Mooney, Multidisciplinary Studies 

Jeanne-Marie Monquin-Falandys, Humanities 



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Bridget Moran, Nursing 

Mary Moran, Nursing 

Nancy Morano, Fine Arts 

Robert Morsdan, Textile Technology 

James Moriarty Jr., Psychology 

Daniel Morrissey, Electrical Engineering Tech. 

Lynn Morton, Multidisciplinary Studies 

Andrew Moss, Management 

Timothy Mudsett, History 

Nancy Mullick, Design 

Kevin Murphy, Management 

John Murray Jr., Civil Engineering Tech. 

Scott Muzzy, Biology 

William Napolitano, Multidisciplinary Studies 

Alphonse Nash, Accounting 

Nadine Nash, Art Education 

Amy Nelson, Management 

Donna Nemec, Biology 

Linda Ns, Management 

Rebecca Nichols, Accounting 

Eric Niebel, Design 

Victor Niedzwiecki, Mechanical Engineering 

Matthew Niziolek, Management 

Mary Nochimow, Textile Design 

Scott Nosueira, Electrical Engineering Tech. 

Thomas Nolette, Mechanical Engineering 

Philip Normand, English 

John Norris, Political Science 

Dianne North, Nursing 

James O'Donnell, Management 

Elizabeth O'Gara, English 

Jacqueline O'Neill, Psychology 

Linda Oliveira, English 

Lourdes Oliveira, Bilingual Education 

Mary Oliveira, Sociology 

Edward Olkkola, Finance 

Scott Orton, Management 

Mary Owen, English 

Beatrice Pacheco, Humanities 

Richard Pacheco, Sociology 

Albert Packard, ML 

Carol Pape, Nursing 

Ronald Paquette, Mechanical Engineering 

Robert Pardini, Marketing 

Kathryn Parent Atkins, Art Education 

Joseph Parola, Marketing 

Pamela Pavao, Nursing 

Paul Pavao, Management 

Carlos Paz, History 

Noreen Pease, Nursing 

Helene Peck, Sociology 

Susanne Pereira, Humanities 




Brian Perry, Design 

Janet Perry, Sociology 

Paul Perry, Psychology 

Stephen Perry, History 

Robert Perry Jr., History 

Dale Peterson, Scoiology 

Thomas Petrouski, Psychology 

Peter Phillips, Mathematics 

Thomas Pickerins, Civil Engineering 

Leslie Pieroni, English 

Henry Pietrzykowski, Business Administration 

Jane Poitras, History 

Susan Portella, Psychology 

Claudette Posca, Nursing 

Anthony Provazza, Psychology 

Brian Putnam, Business Administration 

Lisa Putnam, Design 

Arleen Quinlan, Nursing 

Michael Quinn, Finance 

Richard Radovsky, English 

Deborah Raymond, Chemistry 

Bradford Rea, Civil Engineering 

John Reale, Business Administration 



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Gordon Rebello, Management 

Helen Redmond, Sociology 

Patricia Resdan, Art Education 

Randolph Resula, Business Administration 

Jeffrey Rezendes, Textile Technology 

George Rhodes, English 

David Ribeiro, Civil Engineering Tech. 

Peter Richards, Management 

David Rioux, English 

Therese Rivera, Multidisciplinary Studies 

Lisa Robbins, Accounting 

Paul Robillard, Business Administration 

Renee Robitaille, Finance 

Anna Roda, Psychology 

Cynthia Roderick, Multidisciplinary Studies 

Michael Roderick, Civil Engineering Tech. 

Jody Roderigues, Multidisciplinary Studies 

Edward Rogers, Business Administration 

Priscilla Rogers, Political Science/Sociology 

Marilyn Ronane, Art Education 

Jorge Rosa, Electrical Engineering 

Anthony Rose, Political Science 

Patricia Rose, Multidisciplinary Studies 




Roy Rowe, Civil Engineering 

Diane Rowell, Psychology 

John Roza III, Civil Engineering 

John Rumbut Jr., Electrical Engineering 

Andrew Rosnock Jr., Electrical Engineering 

Lena Rutman, Computer Science 

Mildred Ryan, Humanities 

Michael Sadaka, Civil Engineering 

Peter Sadowski, Management 

Susan Salander, Multidisciplinary Studies 

Edward Sarkis, Mechanical Engineering 

Joseph Saulino, Multidisciplinary Studies 

Stephen Savaria, Management 

Jerry Schoonover, Business Administration 

Harold Sears Jr., Electrical Engineering 

Leslie Seastrom, Nursing 

Susanne Seifer, Psychology 

Steven Sellars, Civil Engineering 

Dana Selley, Biology 

William Serpa III, Business Administration 

Richard Sevisny, Design 

Thomas Sexton, Humanities 

Kimberly Shanley, Nursing 

Paul Shannon, Finance 

William Shelley, Mechanical Engineering Tech. 

John Silvia Jr., Management 

Michael Simmons, Marketing 

Clifford Slaidins, English 

Richard Smith, Accounting 

Dulce Soares, Sociology/Political Science 

Eric Soderbers, Mechanical Engineering 

Jean Squaid, Civil Engineering 

Paulo Sousa, Electrical Engineering Tech. 

Paul Souza, Business Administration 

Resina Souza, Portugese 

Matthew Soza, English 

Donna Spagnuolo, Multidisciplinary Studies 

Mark Spencer, Textile Technology 

Richard St. Amour, Business Administration 

Jeannine St. Laurent, Multidisciplinary Studies 

David Stafford, Mechanical Engineering 

Joseph Stelmach, Civil Engineering 

Robert Stewart, English 

David Strinsham, Accounting 

Charles Sullivan, Accounting 

Kathleen Sullivan, Nursing 

Paul Sullivan, Civil Engineering Tech. 

Phyllis Sullivan, Nursing 

Thomas Sullivan, Political Science 

William Sullivan, Chemistry 

Mark Sumner, Electrical Engineering 

Suzanne Surfrenant, Textile Technology 



Ellen Sylvia, Psychology 

Glenn Sylvia, Textile Technology 

Michael Sylvia, Psychology 

Glenn Sylvia, Textile Technology 

Michael Sylvia, Business Administration 

Fred Tatro, Management 

Cyrus Tau, Electrical Engineering 

Hasan Tavakoli, Textile Technology 

Lisa Thadeu, Multidisciplinary Studies 

Issac Thomas Jr., English 

Mark Thompson, Art History 

Tedye Thompson, Nursing 

William Thompson, Management 

William Thran, Psychology 

Moussa Trad, Economics 

Arthur Trundy IV, Humanities 

Jeanne Tuskey, Psychology 

Steven Twaros, Sociology 

Thomas Tweedy, Music 

Paul Tykodi, Civil Engineering 

Marybrigid Vanaria, Humanities 

Marybeth Verani, Political Science 

Francisco Vieira, Psychology 

John Viens, Fine Arts 

Roland Violette, Multidisciplinary Studies 

Madeline Wasner, Psychology 

Grayton Waite, Art Education 

Martha-Joy Wannamaker, PI 

Steven Weber, Accounting 

Edward Whalen Jr., Humanities 

John Whitaker, Economics 

Kathryn White, Management 

Stephanie White, Fine Arts 

Peter Wicker, Fine Arts 

Glendon Williams, Art Education 

David Winters, Electrical Engineering Tech. 

Marilyn Wnek, Psychology 

Evelina Yaroslavsky, Music 

Edmund Yarusites, Mechanical Engineering Tech. 

Hany Youness, Computer Programming 

Maroun Zshondi, Civil Engineering 

Nancy Zlenon-O'Brien 




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THE TENTH 

ANNUAL 
EISTEDDFOD 




The SMU campus was "Eisteddofo- 
dized" once again, this year marking the 
tenth year of the folk festival. Some ninety 
singers, dancers, storytellers, and traditional 
folk musicians displayed their talents at 
SMU's exclusive folk festival. Music, color, 
and costumes turned the campanile into an- 
other world for the first weekend in October 
of 1981. Sunny skies enhanced the outdoor 
workshops which included harmonies, con- 
tra, country and square dance, along with a 
vivacious Portuguese dance troupe. Evening 
concerts attracted near capacity crowds 
from all over as renowned folk musicians 
performed traditional Irish, English and Scot- 



tish tunes, ballads, blues and songs of the 
seas. 

The Eisteddfod festival was created by 
Howard Glasser, a faculty member from the 
College of Visual and Performing Arts. A 
man of vast experience, he has acquired an 
international reputation as an outstanding 
calligrapher. His musical interests have had 
a major impact on the SMU community; es- 
pecially as coordinator of the monthly Cei- 
lidh folk music get togethers and the Eistedd- 
fod. This Eisteddfod was not only Professor 
Glasser's tenth, it also marked his last as 
chairman and organizer of the folk festival. 



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A cool autumn breeze carried the aroma 
of fall leaves and the sweet sound of banjos 
and fiddles throughout the SMU courtyard. 
People sat with their feet tapping mesmerized 
by the bright greens, reds, and blues, of the 
skirts on the lively Portuguese dancers. Men 
dressed in white kimono type suits with a red 
sash about their waists, lead the red-caped 
women in a graceful dance around the 
dancing pole. Their soft brown leather boots 
did a seemingly easy left, hop, hop right, hop, 
hop, drag back, dance steps. 

Small bands of performers milled about, 
laughing and joking, tuning up their 
instruments. Many conjured up to play 
together and swap folk songs. Children 
careened in circles, bearded men danced, 
playing, swinging and dancing; this was the 
rustic cultural atmosphere Eisteddfod brings to 
SMU and the 1980's. 




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THE JOE PERRY PROJECT 



On November 19th, SMU caught wind of the Joe Perry Project in the 
main auditorium. The Project featured former lead guitarist of Aerosmith; 
Joe Perry as well as Ronnie Stewart on drums, David Hall on Bass, and 
Charlie Farren doing lead vocals and rhythm guitars. Energy was high as 
could be expected with a heavy metal band as drummer Ronnie Stewart 
pounded out a seven minute solo that left fans staring in awe. The Project 
performed many of its original cuts such as "Buzz Buzz" as well as some 

Aerosmith cuts such as "Toys in the Attic". 





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From the opening song to the final encore, New England put out their 
"down to earth rock-n-roll" music to the SMU crowd. Performing cuts from 
all three of their albums, New England played such original favorites as 
"D.D.T.", "Holdin' out on Me", "L-5", and "Don't Ever Wanna Loose Ya". 
The multi talented band is composed of John Fannon on lead guitars and 
vocals, Hirsch Gardner on drums, Gary Shea on bass guitar and Jimmy 
Waldo at the keyboards. The band exhibited their fine showmanship and 
clean professionalism. They seemed to manipulate the crowd at will with 
their stage prescene backed by their light show, an artificial fog bank and a 
walk through the crowd by Fannon with a wireless guitar while performing 
a solo. New England proved to be another prime example of good ole 
home grown rock-n-roll. 




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Butley 



The SMU Theatre Company's opening production for the school- 
year was Simon Gray's "Butley". Butley was the story of a man who 
moves in with a homosexual friend after having been separated from 
his wife. The lead was played by Richard Kavanaugh, a professional 
actor from the Tony award winning Theatre Company Trinity. The 
style and technique of Kavanaugh was superb and served to en- 
hance the already well-executed play. 





Cast of Characters 

Richard Kavanaugh Ben Butley 

David Perry Joseph Keyston 

Thomas Shaftoe Reg Nuttal 

Mellanie Snipes Ms. Heasman 

Sally Jones Edna Shaft 

Eric Corwin Mr. Gardner 



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Versations by Prof. Lehrer. 
The play is actually 8 separate conversa- 
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and use. After the play, a question, answer, 
and comment session was held with the au- 
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Set in a dumpy hotel on the Mexican coast in 
the late summer of 1940, the action concerns 
the defrocked Rev. T. Lawrence Shannon and 

his exploits outside the domain of the cloth. 



Cast of Characters: 

Cameron Marean — Rev. T. Lawrence 

Shannon 

Robin Willis — Maxine Faulk 

Linda Nelson — Hannah Jelkes 

Robert Powers — Nonno 

Ned Tsouprake — Herr Fahrenkopf 

Sherry Tychsen — Frau Fahrenkopf 



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Cross-Country 






The SMU Cross Country Teams, coached by Bob Dowd, out did themselves again in the 
81-82 season setting records in both mens and womens teams. On November 21st, over a 
frozen snow covered golf-course in Kenosha, Wisconsin they reached another pinnacle in a 
long history of Harrier success. 

Led by Cathy Carnes, the womens team placed fourth in the nation in their first ever 
national competition,- the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III Championship. 
Carnes who placed fourth out of 1 16 runners became SMU's first All American in Womens 
Cross Country. Contributing to the womens effort were Terry Duhamel placed 37th, Julie 
Dube 45th, Senior Captain Nancy Lane 47th, Cheryl Mrozienshi 50th, Christy Baker 65, and 
Sharon Santamaria 70. 

The men, who were led by co-captain Keith Coughlin placed 18th finished eighth in the 
country. Out of a field of 185 runners, senior co-captain Brian Lockard placed 39th, Bob 
Cosgrove 60th, Senior Jim Kent 73rd, Keith Paton 106th, Joe Cooney 127th, and senior Matt 
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On February 7th, Nikki Giovanni spoke to the SMU community in the campus center main 
auditorium. The combination lecture and poetry reading was sponsored by the Black Student 
Union, the Lecture Series, the Program Council and the Women's Center. It marked the first 
in a series of events at SMU in accordance with Black Awareness Month. 

Ms. Giovanni spoke of her major concerns for the country and the world happening now 
in the 20th century. "What happened to people caring about people?" she asked as she 
talked of how people today were becoming uncivilized. She touched upon the quality of life 
and the increasing apathy connected with the quality of life in today's society. "Young 
people should get concerned and fast!" she stated. Ms. Giovanni also spoke of the various 
trouble facets of the American government and its ignorance to the needs of the mass public. 

After her lecture, Ms. Giovanni proceeded to recite various poetry and prose. These 
included "I am she", "Ego Tripping", "On the Death of John Lennon", "Growing Old", and 
"Mirrors" to name just a few. 

Nikki Giovanni proved she is a witness to; disparity, inequality, philosophical contradic- 
tions as well as being a prophet humanitarian and friend of the people. She made the crowd 
cry one moment and laugh the next. She made the the crowd become angry, and be glad to 
grow old and happy to be single and alone. It was obvious by the audience's response that 
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TRAVESTIES 




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Travesties, written by Tom Stoppard, was a play of limericks, puns, 
word play, contradictions and paradoxes. The play was a commentary 
on how arts and politics since World War I broke the established order. 
This was done by altering the scenes back and forth from one time 
period to another. This juxtapositioning of the scenes was very effective 
and made the descrepancies between the two periods quite comic. 
Centered on the life experiences of Henry Carr, who was once a minor 
official in the consular corps in 1914. Carr remembers himself as an 
important influence in the lives of the local intellectuals. The structure of 
the play was based heavily on "The Importance of Being Earnest" by 
Oscar Wilde, using it continuously as a source for allusions, puns and 
dialogues. "Travesties" also relied on the historic coincidence that 
Lenin, James Joyce and Tristan Tzara, the founder of Dadiasm, were all 
living in Zurich during the War. The play illuminated the present with its 
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"Little Foxes" by Lillian Hellman was a play concerned 
with greed in the South at the end of the 19th Century. Set 
in a small town, it centered on the sordid doings of the 
Hubbard family as they played power games at one 
another's expense. The tragedy the play evolved on dealt 
with how much pain people can cause in the lives of 
others. 



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Robin Wills Regina Hubbard Giddens 

Al Bazzinotti Horace Giddens 

Timothy Hickey Benjamin Hubbard 

Robert Powers Oscar Hubbard 

Joseph Ellis Leo Hubbard 

Linda Nelson Birdie Hubbard 

Mary Sylvia Alexandria Giddens 

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Leslie Gershoff appeared in "Catch a 
Rising Star" along side professional come- 
dians on April 15th, due to a previous per- 
formance at the Coffeehouse Comedy Con- 
test. Striking "Sears Catalog poses", 
Gershoff went as far as pulling down her 
pants to expose her boxer shorts for one 
joke. The Coffeehouse Contest was open to 
all students with a funny bone. Other contes- 
tants included Moira McCarthy, Mark 
Truelson, "Pooper and Dogman", Jim 
Brown, Arnold Parsons, Karen Dendy and 
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On March 24th, James Mapes returned to 
SMU with his spellbinding demonstration of 
hypnosis. He gave a truly memorable 
performance with suggestions from ballet 
dancing to little green men with ray guns. 
The audience was completely under his 
spell during the show; afterwards students 
walked away with impressions varying 
from total belief to intense skepticism. But 
just seeing the expressions on the faces of 
Mope's subjects was proof enough that 
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The Diary of 
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"The Diary of Anne Frank" written by Frances 
Goodrich and Albert Hackett, takes place in Amster- 
dam between the years 1942 and 1945. All the events 
of the play occur in the attic of an office building 
where Anne's father conducted his business before 
Nazi occupation. 

Eight people occupied the cramped, narrow quar- 
ters and the theater company conveyed all the fear, 
tension and monotony these different people must 
have experienced. The play opens with Mr. Frank, just 
released from Auschwitz, returning to the attic for one 
last look before leaving Amsterdam. There he finds 
Anne's diary and he begins to read from it. As the 
lights fads, his voice was joined by Anne's. When the 
lights went up again the scene was set for the recrea- 
tion of the two years spent in hiding. The production of 
"The Diary of Anne Frank" was a very moving account 
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Richard Fortera Otto Frank 

Melanie Snipes Margot Frank 

Laurel Nelson Edith Frank 

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Sherry Tychsen Mrs. Van Daan 

Cory Araujo Mr. Dusseh 

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Linda Nelson Eliza Doolittle 

Robert Powers Henry Higgins 



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The production of Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe's "My 
Fair Lady", was the icing on the cake for the SMU Theatre 
Company's 1981-1982 season. The renowned musical is an 
adaptation of George Bernard Shaw's "Pggmalion". Set in London 
just prior to World War I, it is the story of a phonetics professor 
who wages a bet that he can transform a cockney flower girl into 
a duchess in six-months time. 

Linda Nelson starred in the lead as the flowergirl, Eliza Doolittle 
and did so with ease. Her facial expressions, posture and accent 
created a realistic characterization of the poorly educated, lower 
class London girl. Opposite Nelson was Robert Powers as Henry 
Higgins. His was a cultural, confident arrogant and stubborn 
professor. The dynamic chemistry between the two was artful and 
well staged. 

Enhancing the production were the remarkable set designs and 
the splendid choreography. Denny Moloney's lively choreography 
added a light whimsical touch to the dance numbers. The set 
design was intricate, handsome and evocative of the pre-World 
War I period. "My Fair Lady" was an outstanding end to a year 
of hard work and fine performances by the SMUTCO. 




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FORGET NAM? . . . NEVER!" 



That was the theme as the Viet Nam Veterans Peace Memorial 
Amphitheater was rededicated on May 6th of 1982. The event was the 
highlight of the Viet Nam Veterans Awareness Week which ran May 
2nd to May 8th. 

Paying hommage to Viet Nam Veterans were James Fitzpatrick; 
president of the Massachusetts Viet Nam Veterans Association, Mrs. 
Joseph Dunn,- National Chairwoman of Families of M.I.A.'s, gubernatorial 
candidates; John Lakian, Andy Card, former Governor Michael Dukakis, 
U.S. Congressman Barney Frank and color guards representing the 
armed services. As the ceremony concluded, one message was clear,- 
Viet Nam is a topic not to be pushed aside and forgotten. 





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Facing what he called "a problem far worse than anything in the 
history of the university", President Donald Walker called for an 
emergency meeting of faculty, staff, administration, and students on 
October 16th. Over 1,500 students and staff members attended the 
first of two rallies as President Walker explained the crisis SMU was 
facing. 

Governor Edward King had proposed level funding budgets of 
higher education for the fiscal year 1982. Had it passed, SMU would 
have had to operate on the same budget in 1983 that it had in 1982. 
Eight hundred fewer students would have been admitted to SMU in 
1983 and over 100 staff members would have been fired. The 
proposed cut of 800 students would have come from the freshman 
class and transfer students. This would have cut the freshman class in 
half. The 100 employees fired would have come from all areas 



including administrators, faculty and staff. 

At the time, Massachusetts was ranked 50th in the nation in its 
support of higher education. In a state that ranked 50th nationwide, 
SMU was second from the bottom in the state. A university usually 
spends about 70% of its budget on salaries, SMU was spending 
81% on salaries. Adding the cost of heat to this figure and it totaled 
up to 95% of SMU's budget. 

At the first rally, President Walker cited two target areas to strive 
for to save SMU. One tactic was to eliminate Governor King's plan 
for level funding,- the second was to build support for SMU among 
the constituent community. 

Students were asked to participate by doing the following: attend 
SMU's open house on November 1; join the dollar club (the money 
collected was used to pay for offset printing costs for pamphlets); 




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pass out bumper stickers and information pamphlets,- volunteer for 
the university crisis team (established to coordinate efforts, helping 
to prevent people from going off in their own directions lobbying 
without correct information) participate in lobbying and other politi- 
cal activities. 

President Walker's message was summed up in the following 
comment at the rally: 

"I don't think we ought to look upon the political game as a game 
of cops and robbers. We're not dealing with scoundrels at all. 
We're dealing with people who want the best for this common- 
wealth, and what they're saying is they will be tutored in what is best 
by your desires from the people who select them. 

"Let's use that process. You don't scare legislators or governors 
into giving you your budget. You persudade them by convincing 



them that that's what the people who elected them want. And we 
want it." 

"People of this area would by no means sacrifice this university if 
they are convinced that it is a jeopardy. They've demonstrated their 
concern for this place time and agin, including with its inception, 
including with the issue of its independence. But we have to get the 
attention of our constituent groups. 

"The problem is this — if the campaign poops out, if we get tired, 
it we give up, then we're bagged. We tried to turn out the troops 
and did do it. There's a political message there that's very clear. It 
can happen." 




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As of January 27, 1983 Governor King recommended to the 
legislature that SMU be allocated $18 million for fiscal year 1983 as 
oppossed to his earlier proposal of only $16 million. Although $18 
million was an improvement, it was not considered to be enough to 
maintain the level of education SMU previosuly offered. The sum of 
$19 million was needed to provide the adequate base budget to 
continue quality education at SMU. Effective lobbying on the office 
of the Governor brought the recommendation up $2 million, the next 
step was to lobby the legislators who would be making the final 
decision on the allocation of the budget. 

Amidst the ongoing battle to SAVE SMU, President Walker called 
a second rally meeting in the auditorium on February 26th. The 



emphasis of the meeting centered on a push for a massive 
letter writing campaign targeted at the leaders of the state legisla- 
ture. In the letter campaign to Governor King over 5,000 letters 
were received. President Walker asked the students, faculty and 
employees to write to the four prominent menbers of two legislative 
ways and means committees: in the Senate; President William 
Bulger, and Ways and Means Committee Chairperson Chester 
Aktins, in the House; Speaker of the House Thomas McGee, and 
Ways and Means Chairperson Michael Creedon. 

The final step in insuring a $19 million budget for SMU, was a 
torch run and rally at the State House in Boston. Approximately 
3,500 turned out to support the efforts. Twenty-five busses transport- 




THE FIRST RUN 

OF THE SMU TORCH 

TO BOSTON 

In December of 1964, a report was 
released known as the Willis-Har- 
rington Report. It recommended that 
Southeastern Massachusetts Techni- 
cal Institute be relegated to being a 
technical institute rather than offering 
majors in such subjects as the Human- 
ities and Social Sciences. SMTI stu- 
dents and faculty along with area 
residents organized a rally for Febru- 
ary 17, 1965 to protest the proposed 
limitations. 

The demonstration consisted of a 
rally and bonfire at the future SMU 
campus in North Dartmouth. (The only 
completed building in North Dart- 
mouth was the power plant, Group I 
was being constructed and wouldn't 
be completed until 1967). Classes at 
the time were held in school branches 
throughout New Bedford and Fall 
River. 

The original "Torch of Learning" 
was lit from the bonfire at the rally 
and carried by runners who ran one 
mile at a time until they reached Bos- 
ton. The torch symbolized student 
protests to the cutting out of the liber- 
al arts curriculum. Once in Boston, 
SMTI supporters jammed the commit- 
tee room where the school hearings 
were being held, as well as setting up 
picket lines outside the State House. 

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ed the supporters from SMU to Boston along with hundreds of 
students making the drive in their own cars. Once in Boston the 
students impressed legislators, senators, representatives and pres- 
speople with their orderliness and good behavior. Hundreds of 
posters, picket signs, flags and banners displayed SAVE SMU senti- 
ments and covered the grounds of the Boston Common. 

The fact that SMU would indeed receive the $19 m. was positive- 
ly announced by David Bartley in the primary speech at the rally. 
David Nelson, also a member of the House Ways and Means 
Committee said the mass effort was a "Victory Celebration". "It 
couldn't have been done without your voicing your opinions. You've 
had to fight for everything you've gotten", said New Bedford 
representative Dennis Lawrence. 



Cathy Carnes presented House member Ms. Goyette the cere- 
monial torch at the steps of the State House. To acknowledge 
acceptance of the torch, Ms. Goyette presented Cathy with a 
bouquet of roses. Another gesture of sincertiy involved the presenta- 
tion of a petition comprised of 15,080 names. When unrolled, it 
nearly reached the middle of Boston Common from its starting point 
across the street from the State House. 

The mass effort involved in the SAVE SMU campaign was a great 
success. The collaboration of students, faculty and staff demonstrat- 
ed the intimacy within the ranks at SMU. Fortunately it was a 
successful experience that also served as an authentic learning 
experience. 



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because of the first torch run that 
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of Learning 




(2 mile runners) 
Mark Montigny 
Michele Scullane 
John Russell 
James Kaput 
Bill Hogan 
Dennis Luonnais 
Bob Saitzman 
Russ Labaugh 
Theo Kaiikow 
Betty Prescott 
Kevin Garganta 
Ray Richards 
Charles McNeil 
Denise Kalicki 
Mike Dipersio 
Mike Tibbets 
Martin Bide 
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(62 mile runner! 
Richard Hogan 



Kevin Bohmiller 


Jack Matheson 


Dale Whitney 


(Final runners) 


Cathy Carnes 


Brian Lockard 


Keith Coughlin 


Richard Hogan 



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Accounting Club 



President: Lisa Collins 

Vice President: Judy Foley 

Secretary: Jane Griffin 

Treasurer: Mary Lou Perreira 

The accounting club tries to introduce students to 

the various opportunities afforded them with a 

degree in Accountancy. This is done through 

regular meetings and by club sponosred events 

such as Certified Public Accountant Day, Industry 

Day, Government Day, Finance Day, Joint 

National Accounting Association Dinners, and 

National Accounting Association Plant tours. 



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Luso-American Student Organization 



President: Francisco J. Vieria 
Vice President: Natalia Costa 
Secretary: Julie Cruz 
Treasurer: Namual Louro 

The Luso-American Organization organizes 
cultural and/or social activities that are of 
interest to the students of this university as well as 
to students from other educational institutions 
and the community in general. Of special interest 
to the organization is to create an awareness 
among the Luso-American students of several 
issues that can affect their academic life. 
Events sponsored by the group include Festivities 
of the Day of Portugal, a concert by fadd singer 
Amalia Rodrigues, Theater by the group "A 
Barraca", organization of a translation center, 
and publication of the cultural magazine 
"Madrugada." 



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Arts Student Union 



President: Randell Schultz 

Vice President: Paul Nichols 

Treasurer: Carol Balquist 

Secretary: Bob Nuovo 

Fine Arts Representative: Sid Ferreira 

The Arts Student Union promotes a greater 
public awareness of SMU arts and subsidizes the 

SMU arts program. 

Activities of the ASU include a Library Drawing 

and Prints Show held November, 1981, a 

Gallery Figuritive Student Show held March 26 

to April 9, an Art Auction, and a fund raiser held 

in May. 



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American Society of Civil Engineers 



President: Carol Rego 
Vice President: Nancy Rodrigues 
Treasurer: Steven Sellers 
Secretary: Matthew Ashe 

The ASCE encourages the development of a 
professional consciousness, to afford an 
opportunity for civil engineering students to 
become aquainted and to practice working 
together, and to provide contact with the 
engineering profession. Activities this year 
include the annual concrete canoe construction 
competition, the design and construction of an 
observatory at the university, and the sponsoring 
of various guest speakers and field trips. 



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Baha'i Club of SMU 



The Baha'i Club provides study opportunities and 

information about the Baha'i Faith through open 

discussions, slide shows, and film strips to those 

people interested in learning about the Baha'i 

Faith. Also, the club encourages fellowship 

among believers of different religions. 



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Black Student Union 



President: Alfred Stafford 
Vice President: Valerie Fleetwood 
Treasurer: Darlene Spencer 
Corresponding Secretary: Audrey Banks 
Reporting Secretary: Diane Silva 

The Black Student Union was formed to serve 
the black population of the university, to make 
people aware of who they are. Members are 
encouraged to get involved into the activities of 
the Union. The BSU also supplies information to 
the black students about the university and any 
other areas that they need to be informed 
about. 

This year the BSU sponsored Black Awareness 
Month in February, organized a fashion show, 
sponsored a band called Hypertension, an art 
exhibit, several films, a rollerskating party, a bake 
sale, and Kwanza, a Christmas party. 



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SMU Ceramics Club 



President: Rebecca Perry 

Vice President: Steven Johnson 

Secretary/Treasurer: David Cravenho 

This organization enables art students to 

implement programs to further their educations. 

The Ceramics Club sponsors the annual Ceramics 

Christmas Sale, Mug Sale, and a bus trip to 

New York City. Guest artists also come to talk 

to the group including Constance Leslie and Jan 

Holcomb. 



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SMU Christian Fellowship 



President: Stephen Olsen 
Vice President: Nancy Burgess 
Secretary/Treasurer: Ann Marie Duval 

The SMU Christian Fellowship is an organization 
of Christian students that want to help provide 
varied services to the SMU community. The SMU 
Christian Fellowship is pledged to serve God 
through the services provided to this campus and 
community. 

Club activities and events include weekly Bible 
studies, movies ("More than a Carpenter" and 
"Cult Explosion"), and the speaker Paul Mazerall 
on Bible Prophesy. 



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History Association 



Abel Alves — President and Secretary-General 

The primary functions of the History Association 

are to allow the students of the Department of 

History and others interested in history, to 

become better acquainted with the department 

faculty and each other, to increase student 

awareness of matters of historical importance, 

and to provide information to the SMU 

community about the wide variety of topics 

related to history. These functions are carried out 

through weekly meetings, and free lectures on 

Latin American, Italian, United States, and 

European History. 



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ndustrial Relations Club 



President: Richard Fenaux 
Vice President: Elaine Tobiaz 
Treasurer: Michael Condon 
Secretary: Thomas DuBois 

The Industrial Relations Club has been a very 
successful organization since it originated in 
1973. It is comprised mainly of students majoring 
in Industrial Relations. The Club is affiliated with 
the American Society of Personnel 
Administrators. Through this affiliation, members 
have made many valuable contacts with 
personnel managers throughout the area. 
The club hosts an annual banquet in which 
several personnel directors from the area 
participate. The club also hosts guest speakers 
from the Industrial Relations field and holds fund 
raisers and field trips. 



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Institute 
of Electrical and Electronics Engineers 



Chairman: David Lussier 

Vice Chairman: Patricia Anastasia 

Treasurer: Ken Karsten 

Secretary: Craig Machomber 

The SMU chapter is the local affiliate of the 

national organization of IEEE. Each year in a 

cooperative program with Brown University and 

the University of Rhode Island, the Chapter 

sponsors banquets, electrical engineering 

lectures, and field trips. This years activities 

included career night on December 9, and the 

beer blast fund raiser on March 5. 




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International Study and Travel Office 



Director: Paul Tykodi 

Staff Assistant: Elena Natale 

The International Study and Travel office is set up 
to inform the SMU student body about the many 
opportunities for students to work, study, and 
travel abroad. Information booklets and 
brochures are available to help students to plan 
for possible foreign travel. 



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nner Space Society 



President: Mark Potter 

Vice President: Mark Brown 

Vice President: Rosemarie Nappa 

Secretary/Treasurer: Margaret Rooney 

The purpose of the ISS is to organize and serve 

all student interested in any form of underwater 

activity, to certify non-divers, promote safe 

diving, plan dive functions, and bring divers closer 

together. The club plans several dives, including 

boat and wreck dives, as well as other activities 

such as attending the annual underwater 

symposium and film review in Boston. 



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Jewish Students Center 



President: Erika Ziegler 
Vice President: Glen Corman 
Treasurer: Larry Aronson 
Advisor: Dr. Waxier 

The Jewish Student Center is an organization 
devoted to the understanding of what it means 
to be Jewish. The center sponsors social, cultural, 
and religious events in an attempt to gain and 
awareness of the significance of the Jewish 
identity. 



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SMU Management Club 



President: Pamela Hagberg 

Vice President: Julie Weber 

Secretary/Treasurer: June Rose 

Public Relations: Diane Miller 

The club is dedicated to furthering the 

knowledge of business management and business 

in general. This is accomplished through the 

sponsoring of several guest speakers who lecture 

on resume writing and interviewing techniques. 

The club also sponsored a plant tour of Proctor 

and Gamble. To put some management 

knowledge into practice and raise some money, 

they also sponsored the SMU Western Night. 

The club also holds several socials and a Spring 

Business Banquet. 



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Massachusetts Senate of Student 

Nurses 



SMU Chapter 

President: Debbie Picard 

Vice President: Elizabeth Murphy 

Treasurer: Susan Nykorchik 

Corresponding Secretary: Christina Mondello 

Recording Secretary: Joanna Souza 

Advisor: Joan Pisarczyk 

The National Student Nurses' Association 
(NSNA), is the national organization of nursing 
students in the United States. Its chief purpose is 
to "aid in the development of the individual 
student and to urge students of nursing, as future 
health professionals, to be aware of and to 
contribute to improving the health care of all 
people." 

The MSSN-SMU is the SMU chapter of the 
Mass. Senate of Student Nurses, a constituent or 
state member of the NSNA. The organization 
carries on a wide variety of activities, meetings, 
fund raisers, and social gatherings. This years 
activities included hypertention screening days, 
career day, and a Nurse Practitioner Panel 
Discussion. 



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Program Counci 



President: Paul Crawford 

Vice President: Nancy Nikosey 

Treasurer: Barbara Peterson 

Film Chairman: Donna Melanson 

Rathskeller Chairman: Steve Liuzzi 

Coffeehouse Chairman: Cathy Twohig 

Concert (Lightwaves) Chairman: Mark Truelson 

Social Chairman: Shari Davis 

Recreation Chairman: David Hauver 

Special Events Chairman: Laura Karkus 

The Program Council is a volunteer, student run 

organization dedicated to furthering the 

involvement of students in campus activities. The 

purpose of the Council is to initiate and plan 

social, recreational, educational, and cultural 

programs for the Southeastern Massachusetts 

University community. The Council also assists 

and/or co-sponsors events with other campus 

groups or organizations of the University. These 

events include concerts, films, lectures, balls, 

Oktoberfest, Rat programs, games tournaments, 

bus trips to cultural and sporting events, 

Coffeehouse entertainment, and many other 

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SMU Society of Physics Students 



President: Richard L. Phillips, Jr. 
Vice President: Stephen C. Manley 
Treasurer: Timothy T. Hussey 

The purpose of the Physics Club is to supply 
information to the academic community about a 
wide variety of topics relating to physics. The 
club invited guest speakers to the campus, shows 
films, sponsors equipment demonstrations, 
conducts field trips to research facilities and 
schedules visits to the campus by area high 
school students and faculty to inspect the facilities 
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Student 
Association for Medical Technology 



President: Robert Resendez 

President-Elect: Manny Mello 

Treasurer: Kathy Starr 

As an affiliate of the Massachusetts Association 

for Medical Technology, members attend and 

participate in local, state, and national allied 

health programs. The purpose of this association 

are to familiarize students with the field of 

Medicinal Technology and to stimulate 

professionalism through increased knowledge 

gained by contact with people working in the 

field. 

Members of the Association participated in state 

and national meetings of Medical Technology this 

year in addition to attending three workshops 

and assisting in blood drives. 



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Phi Psi Textile Fraternity 



President: Valerie Ann Venancio 
Vice President: Ann Cambra 
Secretary/Treasurer: Philip Coderre 
Junior Warden: Scott Faulkner 
Senior Warden: Sandra Vanderpool 
Corresponding Secretary: Rita Girard 

PHI PSI objectives are to promote good 
fellowship, to encourage high standards of 
academic achievement, and to assist in the 
advancement of its members. The Fraternity 
sponsors a Career Week for Textile students, 
participates in industrial plant tours, conducts a 
guest speaker program, and runs a variety of 
social events such as mixers and banquets. 
Speakers this year included Mr. Robert Bell of 
Fieldcrest Mills, Mr. Everett Reed of Albany Felt, 
and Mrs. Debra Rice of Union Wadding. 
Events held: The Third Degree was held in 
December. It is the final step, held in the Sunset 
Room, to welcome the pledges into the fraternity 
as brothers for the first time. The First Degree, 
held in February, is the first step in joining the 
fraternity, Hell Week is part of the tradition of 
the fraternity. Pledges will be conducting 
searches, hanging flags with the PHI PSI symbol 
on them and doing other things of value. 
The fraternity also sponsored a cake sale, a flea 
market, and parties whenever there was 
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Returning Students' Organization 

President: Judy Perry 

Vice President: Virginia Stevens 

Treasurer: Cheryl Fraga 

Secretary: Janet Lang 

A relatively new group on campus, the Returning 

Students' Organization is run by and for people 

who have returned to college after a break in 

their formal education process. Membership is 

open to all who are interested in the unique 

experience of those whose age classifies them as 

non-traditional students. The purpose of the 

organization is to provide support and 

information for the "Returnees" and to serve as 

a voice to articulate the particular concerns of 

this group in the University. 



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Student Advisor Program 



Co-Directors: Lisa Leavitt 
Lisa Pappas 
Chairperson: 
Social Committee: Bill Burke 

Joanne Spinelli 
Pre-Admissions: Michael McGuire 

Chris Seaburg 
Public Relations: John Zarba 

Ron Metzger 
Training Committee: Kerry Scanell 

Mary Woodcock 
Academic Design: Janet McDonald 



The Student Advisor Program (SAP) is an 
organization of selected and trained students 
who are concerned with the academic and 
social needs of fellow students. Through a 
student-run drop-in center on the second floor of 
the Campus Center, S.A.'s provide easily 
accessible academic information to express their 
concerns about their SMU experiences, and 
opportunities to learn about the University's 
resources. Student Advisors also work to meet 
campus needs through their involvement with 
Orientation and Housing. The organization also 
sponsors the Organizations Exhibit Days, and 
publishes the Student Directory. 




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Veteran's Club of SMU 



President: Robert Butters 

Vice President: Steve Jacobs 

Treasurer: Ken Potter 

Secretary: Theresa Desmond 

Chairman, Steering Committee: John Camara 

The goal of the Veteran's Club is to represent 
veterans and students in the SMU community. 
Membership comprises both veterans and non- 
veterans. The club has many continuous activities 
including community relations, tutoring, counseling 
and other academic assistance, and a bi-monthly 

newsletter. 

May 2-8 was the Vietnam Veterans' Awareness 

week on campus. Activities included "Through 

our eyes Only", an exhibit of artwork and 

photos by Vietnam Vets of Massachusetts, a film 

and lecture series of the war, and a memorial 

service for Vietnam Vets held in the Vietnam 

Veterans' Peace Memorial Amphitheatre. 




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Women's Center 



The Women's Center is located on the second 

floor of the Campus Center, and is open to the 

SMU community. It offers health-related services 

and counseling regarding birth control methods, 

pregnancy tests, health problems and makes 

referrals to other resources in the area. During 

the year, the center provides a variety of 

workshops, films, discussions, and educational 

programs about relevant issues. The center is 

also actively involved in campus issues such as 

day care and health care. The Free Table 

outside the office has information and resources 

for all interested students. The Women's Center 

has an excellent resource/lending library which 

contains books, references and recent 

publications covering issues particularly relating 

to women. The center encourages Third World 

women and women of color to co-sponsor 

programs promoting dialogue among all women. 



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Torch 



The SMU TORCH is the weekly student 
newspaper. It reports on activities and matters of 
particular interest to SMU Students. 
All editing, reporting, photography, and 
management of business is in the hands of 
students. Help is always needed, and since no 
experience is needed, freshmen have an ideal 
opportunity to gain such and develop their 
journalistic talents. 




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On June 19th, the SMU Policemens Association held its first 
Annual Ball. The primary purpose of the ball is to raise money for 
a student scholarship. Entertainment was provided by the Duffy 
Shaun Trio and pianist Gene Oliver. Leading the Grand March 
were the President and Mrs. Donald Walker, President of the 
SMU Policemens Association George Souza and Mrs. Souza, 
followed by Chief Raymond McKearney and escort, Mr. and 
Mrs. Foster Jacobs, Bristol County District Attorney Ronald Pina, 
State Senator Mary Fonseca and various members of the SMU 
Policemens Association. Receiving awards was Sergeant Ger- 
oge Souza. "Biff" MacLean presented Sgt. Souza with a procla- 
mation from Governor King. Senator Mary Fonseca also present- 
ed Sgt. Souza a proclamation for outstanding police work in the 
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The 1982 SCRIMSHAW 




Published by the Herff-Jones Yearbook Publishing Company 

in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. 

The Herff-Jones Representative who serviced the staff was 

Douglas Taylor. 

Printed and bound were 1,300 copies consisting of 256 

pages. 

The cover was designed by Nancy Trippe. 

The cover consists of an ultra blue screen on antique white 

leather. 

The title page was photographed and designed by Kenneth 

Santos. 

The page paper used in the book is 801b Bordeaux. 

The typestyle used is Spartan. 

All divider pages and graphics were designed by Philip 

Michael McCormick. 






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