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SCRIMSHAW 1984 

Southeastern Massachusetts University 
North Dartmouth, Massachusetts 




Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2012 with funding from 

Boston Library Consortium IVIember Libraries 



http://archive.org/details/scrimshawyearboo1984sout 



schrimshaw 1984 

southeastern massachusetts university 



editor 

layout editor 

copy editor 

photo editor 

Gsst. photo editor 



Jennifer Nixdorf 
Tare DiPersio 
Steven Wilson 

Charles Sirois 
Colleen Hanlan 



Scrimshaw is the official yearbook of Southeastern Massachusetts 
University and is published by the students of Southeastern Massachu- 
setts University, All questions should be directed toward the Editor. 



book information 

Delivery date' Fall 1984 

Published by: Jostens Printing 8c Publishing Co. 

Sales Rep: Norvall Garnett Jr. 

Senior portraits by: The Imagemakers 

Cover design: Chuck Sirois 

Cover Photo: Rene Boutin 

Cover wrap: Black mat. Block gloss print. White highlights 

Orwell pages: Colleen Hanlan 

End sheets: Blind embossed. Stainless Steel grey 

Paper stock: 80 lb. gloss 

Page size: 7.75 x 10.5 

No. pages: 272 

Copy style: Avant Garde 

No. of book copies in press run: 1300 




To William C. Wild, Jr. 

You hove OS a teacher, as Depart- 
ment Chairperson, as Dean, and now 
as President dedicated your life to the 
creation and continued development 
of Southeastern Massachusetts Univer- 
sity. Your skills OS an educator and an 
administrator, and your deep personal 
concern for the welfare of this commu- 
nity have left their mark on genera- 
tions of SMU students. It is lasting grati- 
tude that we dedicate this yearbook 
to you. 




ADMMSTRAT^ON 



p^esoent wild 




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Continuing Studies 
Armand Desmarais 



Special Assis. to Pres 
Richard J. Walker 




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Associate Dean of Academic Affairs 
Victor P. Coliri 




Dean of Students 
Celestino Macedo 




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FALL SPORTS 



team members 

Elen Cox 
Theresa Duhamel 
Arleen Emery 
Paula Gendron 
Ann Harrison 
Diane Higgins 
Cheryl Mrozienski 
Diane Weeder 
Donna Weeder 
Bridget Whittington 



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women s 
cross country 





Bryant College Invitational 

1st place- 15 teams 

S.E. Mass University Invitational 

1st place- 7 teams 

Cod Fish Bowl Invitational 

5th place- 15 teams 

Holy Cross Invitational 

5th place- 15 teams 

New England Championships 

9th place- 33 teams 

NCAA Regional Championships 

3rd place- 22 teams 

NCAA National Championships 

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University of New Haven: 30-26 

S.M.U. Invitational: 3rcl place, 10 teams 

Cod Fish Bowl Invitational: 7th place, 18 teams 

New England Regionals: 7th place, 23 teams 

N.C.A.A. Division 3 nationals: 1 runner, did not place 

Brandeis Invitational: 6th place, 10 teams 

Eastern Championships: 12th place, 18 teams 

Holy Cross College: 34-42 

U.S. Coast Guard Academy: 34-56 





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team members 

Orville Bailey 
Robert Barnes 
Helder Braz 
Robert Cosgrove 
James Forance 
Michael Hallal 
Peter Lopriore 
Scott Magane 



John McMahon 
Kenneth Merrill 
Michael Nicolay 
Mark Noil 
Timothy Nydam 
John O'Neil 
Edward Rheaume 
Joseph Souso 






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team members 

Chris Agoros 
Dave Berube 
Shawn Bugbee 
Humberto Cabral 
Abel Dasilva 
Greg Demelo 
Aguinaldo Ferreia 
John Fitzgerald 
Scott Henrique 
David Kanzer 
Chris Lamontagne 
Robert Lesieur 
Mike Long 
Kurt MacDonald 
Andrev^/ Mariano 
Daniel Mariano 
Jorge Marmelo 
Craig Martian 
John Milhomens 
Dave O'Sullivan 
Antonio Pina 
Fred Rabinovitz 
Jose Ribeiro 
Paul Ricard 
Tim Smith 
Alex Torman 





Salem 


2-1 






Bryant 


4-1 






E.N.C. 


3-1 


Westfield 


1-4 


U-Mass., Boston 


4-1 


Bridgewater 


0-1 


Franningham 


4-1 


Brandeis 


0-3 


Barrington 


8-0 


E. Conn, 


0-4 


RIC 


2-0 


Lowell 


0-1 


Mass Maritime 


3-0 


U.R.I. 


1-3 



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field hockey 




wins 



losses 



St. Anslem 


6-1 


Lowell 


1-3 


Framingham 


2-0 


Bentley 


1-6 


Pine Manor 


5-2 


W.P.I. 


1-3 


Worcester 


1-1 


Gordon 


0-2 


Clark 


1-1 


Wheaton 


0-5 


Bridgewater 


0-0 


Salem 


0-3 



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women's tennis 




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Tournament Record 3 wins, 2 losses 
Overall Record \2 wins, 6 losses 



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WINTER SPORTS 



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team members 

Mark Asprinio 
Thomas Bobrowiecki 
Robert Ciccolini 
Joseph Cozzolino 
Ross Curth 
Steven Doherty 
Michael Harrington 
David Hoey 
Francis Morston 
Richard Oakes 
Marc O'Neil 
Joseph Paglierani 
Thomas Simbro 
Peter Stankievy/icz 
Brian Tetreouit 
David Tool 
Paul lower 




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losses 



U-Main 


22- 5 Holy Cross 


10-17 


Fairfield 


15-12 M.I.T. 


8-19 




Trinity 


10-17 




Brondeis 


6-21 




Brown 


9-18 



Second Annual Eugene Willianns Sabre Tournament: 
There were three SMU contestants with Tonn 
Bobrowiecki finishing 7th. 
NEIFC Championships: SMU 8th of 13 institutions 



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Dual Meet Record: SMU 



Win/Loss 
Holy Cross 
M.l.T. 


6-10 
3-13 




M.I.T. (JV) 

Trinity 

Fairfield 


3-13 
4-8 
5-3 




U. Maine 
Brandeis 
Brown 


12-4 
5-11 
0-16 


New England 

Championships: 

SMU was 10th of 10 insti 


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6-10 


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Individuals Dual Meet Record: Win/Los: 



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Jennifer Ford 


8-11 


Gwen O'Connell 


5-13 


Natalie Oswalt 


4-17 


Bernadette Cooney 


3-18 


Varsity and Junior Varsity 


Janet Perry 


5-12 


Sharon Desmond 


7-6 


Ann- Margaret St. Peter 


3-9 


Susan Jarvis 


3-11 


Christine Davis 


4-7 


Nancy Yamin 


1-1 




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team members 



Karen Marie Benevides 
Ann Marie Callalian 
Sharon Cannon 
Maura-Anne Donahue 
Patricia Dumont 
Deborah Fleet 
Jennifer Gouzie 
Sue Heuman 



Cathy Ann Johnson 
Dawn Marie Lima 
Julie Tremblay 
Mary Uhlman 
Cynthia Wall 

Captains: Sharon Cannon 
Sue Heuman 



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Wins 

The Elms 

Roger Williams 

Salve Regina 

Westfield 

U. Maine/Presque 

Barrington 

Fitchburg 

Tufts 

Merrimack 

Gordon 

Babson 

Framingham 



77-40 






69-37 






79-46 


Losses 




70-54 


E. Conn 


56-59 


Isle 


New Rochelle 


66-84 


82-60 


Worcester 


54-69 


95-52 


Lowell 


62-66 


89-47 


Clark 


58-83 


80-66 


Bridgewater 


47-65 


71-61 


R. 1. C. 


58-72 


79-56 


E. N. C. 


55-60 


80-58 


U. Mass. /Boston 


55-61 


84-33 


Salem 


48-69 




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men's basketball 




Team Roster 

Steve Beale Sr. 
Stan Benson Sr. 
Bill Butts Fr. 
Bob Gonet Sr. 
Clift Lander Fr. 
Frank Manzi Fr. 
Carlos Martin Fr. 
Mike McGrath So. 
Mark Pokora Sr. 
Mike Pokora So. 
Brad Smith Jr. 
Dennis Streeter Fr. 




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Wins 








Babson Invitational: Anna Maria 


84-74 


Mass. Maritime 






93-65 


Norwich- Cadet Classic: 


Suffolk 


76-72 


Eastern Nazarine 






73-67 


Suffolk 






84-70 


Roger Williams 






89-74 


Stonehlll Tourney: 


Kings 




87-79 


Nichols 






89-90 


E. Conn. 






71-66 


Fitchburg 






89-64 


Bridgewater 






95-73 


Rhode Island 






80-70 


Framingham 






84-75 


Curry 






111-93 


Salem 






87-85 


Brandeis 






76-85 


Curry 






112-83 


Worcester 






104-72 


Losses 








Babson Invitational: Norwich 


90-95 


Norwich Cadet Classic: 


Clarkson 


53-64 


Stonehlll Tourney: 


Bryant 




70-73 


Clark Univ. 






64-94 


E. Conn. 






77-88 


U. Mass./ Boston 






83-87 



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With a 17-5-1 record and the 
E.C.A.C. Division 3 Championship, 
the SMU Hockey Team hod a great 
year. Senior Tom Findley was 
named E.C.A.C. Division 3 Player of 
the Year. His brother John was cho- 
sen the most valuable player in the 
E.C.A.C. Division 3 Tournament. Pe- 
ter Barbagallo received the "Hobey 
Baker, Memorial Award", given an- 
nually to the top collegiate hockey 
player nationwide for the various di- 
visions. 



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Peter Barbagllo 
Paul Copponi 
Scott Cordeiro 
Garry Couett 
Robert Donahue 
Mark Dubois 
Doug Ell 

John Findley (C) 
Thomas Findley (C) 
Arthur Georgontas 
Scott Glennon (C) 
Jeffrey Gove 
Curt Larson 
Richard Lavache 
Steve MacDonald 
Bob McPhee 
Paul Moore 
Patrick Morrison 
Michael O'Leary 
Edmund Pomphrett 
Robert Silvia 
Rob Taylor 
Mike Trayers 
Scott Wilkinson 





ice hockey 





Wins 




Losses 




Assumption 


13-6 


Bobson 


8-12 


New Hampshire 


6-5 


New Hampshire 


7-8 


Fitchburg 


9-4 


Roger Williams 


3-4 


Nichols 


7-4 


U. Moss/Boston 


3-9 


Worcester 


7-5 


Stonehill 


5-7 


Westfield 


10-2 






Worcester 


16-3 






Fitchburg 


6-4 






Stonehill 


7-4 






Frominghom 


13-2 






Trinity 


2-1 






Bentley 


7-5 






Fairfield 


14-2 






Suffolk 


7-4 






Fairfield 


4-4 







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volleyball 



Wins 




Losses 




Assumption 


2-0 


U. Maine/Orno 


U-2 


Roger Williams 


3-1 


Colby Sawyer 


U-2 


Connecticut 


2-0 


Bates 


U-2 


Bridgeport 


2-0 


Holy Cross 


1-2 


R.I.J.C, 


2-0 


Regis 


'\-6 


Mass. Mortime 


2-0 


Salem 


U-3 


W.P.I. 


2-0 


Wellesiey 


U-2 


Brandeis 


2-0 


Worcester 


U-2 


W.N.E.C. 


2-0 


Gordon 


U-2 


U. Maine/Pres. ue 


Isle 


R.I.C. 


1-2 




2-0 


Roger Williams 


1-2 


Barrington 


2-0 


M.I.T. 


U-2 


Fitchburg 


2-1 


Eastern Nazarene 


U-6 






U. Loell 


U-2 






Bridgewater 


0-2 






Clark 


U-3 






Stonehill 


0-2 







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team members 

Karen Benevides 
Ann Marie Callahan 
Kathleen Cody 
Patricia Dumont (C) 
Sandra Carlson 
Andre Garrity 
Terry Graninger (C) 
Jennifer Keohan 
Dawn Lima 
June Marsilia 
Katharine Mullen 
Laurie Simmons 

















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Wellesley College 


84-46 


Bridgewater State 


70-28 


Salem- Lowell 


85-36 


W.P.I. 


89-34 


Clark Univ. 


94-39 


M.I.T. 


85-53 




losses 


Northeastern Univ. 


56-57 


Trinity College 


44-51 


Tufts Univ. 


59-90 


M.I.T. Relays 2nd place 


New Englands 6th place 




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Judith Alston 
Sonja 

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Mary Beluga 
Kathleen Dite 
Laurel Dodge 
Nancy Droge 
Kimberly 

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Becky 

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Beth Lizotte 
Robin Lotti 
Sandra 

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Beth 

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Kimberly Nice 
Patricia Scally 
Lynn Sumners 
Pamela Young 




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wins 

Trinity College 58-36 

Clark Univ, 61-44 

M.I.T. Relays 2nd place 



losses 

Northeastern Univ. 49-64 

Bridgewoter State 55-57 

Boston College 33-80 

M.I.T. 38-75 

W.P.I. 50-61 

Babson College 44-66 



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team members 



Gregory Barrett 
Bradley Bates 
Christopher Burke 
Eric Carpenter 
Ronald Downing 
Paul Duchemin - 
Steven Estrella 
Paul Gois 
Paul Kitchen 
Todd Lapin 
Bradley Lizotte 
John Maguire 
Brian Miranda 
Gary Napolitano 
Sean O'Brien 
Kenneth Pustis (C) 
David Sicard (C) 




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SPORTS 



men's tennis 




Richard Berube 
Marc Ciminello 
Charles Davis 
Kevin Fontaine 
Marc Fuller 
Peter Leary 
John Murphy 
Richard Nieber 
Andrev^/ Ware 
Robert Zipay 



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baseball 

Pitchers: 

Jim Brown 

Brian Cole 

A! Farrow 

Bob Horn 

Dave Hurley 

Jeff Lace 

John Mull<erin 

Bill O'Brien 

Dan Russell 

Cossius Shuman 
Catahers: Ray Desormier 

Rich Piergustavo 

Mike Wheaton 
Infielders: Keith Broyle 

Barry Cohoon 

Don Duberger 

Jim LaFerriere 

Dave Laubi 

Kevin E Lehone 

Steve Mendonca 

Rich Scofidi 
Outfielders: Phil Caron 

Scott Droukas 

Roger Gaydou 

John Medeiros 
Dave Morris 



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Softball 





Salve Regina 

Merrimack 

Merrimack 

Fitchburg 

Clark 

Assumption 

UMass-Boston 

W.P.I. 

Roger Williams 

Wheaton 

Plymouth 



10 - 3 
8 - 1 
8 -5 
6-6 

10- 3 

5- 4 

7 - 3 
2 - 1 

8 -0 
6-4 

6- 3 



Rhode Island College 3 - 2 
M.I.T. 1 - 



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team members 

Bernadette Cooney 
Sharon Desmond 
Karen Dunn 
Marci Giorgio 
Peggy Honlon (c) 
Sue Heuman (c) 
Brenda Karnasiewicz 
Wendy Malenfont 
Amy Norwood 
Gail Norwood 
Tracie Parent 
Mary Rich 
Holly Schultz 
Janice Tilly 
Cynthia Wall 



Salem State 


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Worcester State 





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Rhode Island 






Stonehill 


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Bridgewater 
Bridgewater 
M.I.T. 


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Wheaton 


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Bryant 

Plymouth 

Salem 


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team members 

Ann Bender 
Amy Brown 
Cathleen Carnes 
Janice Cartier 
Arleen Emery 
Paula Gendron 
Ann Harrison 
Diane Higgins 



Carol McLeod 
Susan Morrison 
Cheryl Mrozienski 
Merlene Rangulong 
Michelle Varanese 
Carol Ward 
Diane Weeder 
Bridget Whittington 








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women's track 




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men's track 



team members 




Orville Bailey 
Robert Barnes 
Helder Braz 
Eric Corwin 
Robert Cosgrove 
Amos DaLuz 
James Forance 
Dean Gadoury 
Keith Gobille 
Kennetin Gouveia 
Michael Hallal 
Scott Magane 



John McMahon 
Scott Mitchell 
Mark Montigny 
James Mortenson 
Timothy Nydam 
John O'Neil 
John Pacheco 
William Petersen 
Garard Quinn 
Scott Redpath 
Barry Shea 
Renardo Silva 



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CLUBS 



board of governors 




The Board of Governors is comprised of 
fifteen students and two administra- 
tors. It worl<s witli the Director of the 
Campus Center and is its policy mal<er. 
Each student on the Board represents 
a particular SMU group: 4 Residents, 5 
Commuters, 1 Graduate Student, 1 
Alumni, 1 Continuing Studies, 1 Con- 
gress, the President of the Program 
Council, the President of the Student 
Senate, and the President of the Resi- 
dent Halls. Elections are held in the 
Spring with each term of office being 
two years, 



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black student union 



The Black Student Union aims at improv- 
ing the spiritual, cultural and intellectual 
life of Black students attending SMU. 
Through such activities as guest speakers 
and dinners it hopes to increase on 
awareness of black culture both within its 
members and the SMU community in 
general. 




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The Physics Society's aim is to develop the stu- 
dent's curiousity in, knowledge of, and social re- 
sponcibity in their study of physics. Through films, 
guest speakers, and trips it hopes to develop 
relationships among students, faculty, and 
professionals. 



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resident housing 
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student advisory program 




The Student Advisor Program is aimed at presenting 
peer advisement to SMU students concerning their 
academic and social needs. The Student Advisors re- 
ceive training in helping sl<ills as well as in the facilities 
available at SMU. Their goal is to listen to students' 
feelings reguarding SMU and to provide supportive 
information. 



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student senate 




The SMU Student Senate is the governing organi- 
zation that represents all SMU students. The 
nnembers of the Senate are elected and in turn 
are appointed by the President of the Student 
Senate to various faculty and administrative 
committees. 



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smutco 



The SMU Theatre company is a very widely 
known campus group. Each year they produce 
seven plays, two of which are musicals. Students 
are involved in all phases of the work from acting 
to set-design. 




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The main object of WUSM is to serve as a source of 
information to the general student body. This in- 
cludes community and campus news and an- 
nouncements, as well as current events. WUSM is 
the only progressive radio station in the area, pro- 
viding music popular with students that they may 
not hear elsewhere. WUSM has worked hard for the 
reputation they now attain. Two years ago they 
were granted increased wattage, which now 
stands at 1500 megaherts. This year a new sound 
system was put in, and next year . .? Much credit 
goes to General Manager Mike Voisine 



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HAPPENINGS 



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mcgovern 



George McGovern appeared at 
the SMU campus one week be- 
fore the Massachusetts primary. 
He was well received and dis- 
cussed his positions of a reduced 
defense and arms budget, his be- 
lief in a nuclear freeze, and his 
desire if elected President to stop 
U.S. military operations in Central 
America. 




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Governor Dukakis spoke here in 
late October, expressing his sup- 
port for S.M.U. as the "center of 
excellence for Southeastern Mas- 
sachuetts." He stated his desire 
for a new science building in the 
future. 



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senior citizens 

ball 



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smu policemen's ball 

The SMU Police Force is a key port of SMU tliat should not be 
over looked, They are working every day to keep this campus 
safe. This year especially, rules and restrictions became 
tighter; the dreaded front gate rood block as an example. 
But, their rules are of course efforts to keep us from harm and 
danger. As an appreciation and benefit for the SMU students, 
once a year the Police Force throws a fund raising ball for 
scholarship purposes. 



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special Olympics 



SMU certainly proved itself this year as the host of the Bristol County 
Special Olympics. No one thought we could do it, but with much enthusi- 
asm on the part of the Vets Club, WUSM, and key individuals such as John 
Montigny and John Comoro, the Olympics ran smoothly. It was quite an 
event for everyone involved. 



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President, Tom Scozzari 
Vice-President, Diane Belcher 
Secretary, Donna Porter 



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History 

Dr. Ann Carey 

Sociology &. Anthropology 
Dr, John Bush 



Physics 
Prof. Wolfhord Kern 

Associate Dean 
Margaret Miller 

Biology 
Dr. Nomand Sasseville 



154 





biology 

Jody Ashcroft 
John A. Baci 
Diana S. Coppinger 



Laurie E. Croke 
Glenn Firth 
Karen M. Kelley 
Diana S. Kilcoe' 




Stephen Sousa 
Robert S. Thatcher 



155 



chemistry 

Stephen C, Beale 

Ronald J. Bienkowski 

Stephanie A. Harrington 

Daniel P. Malone 

Barbara M. Montour 

Carol Ann Oliviera 




Daniel N. Pelton 
Gena L, Pogoda 

economics 

Nancy C. Droge 

Edward J. Herlihy 

Mark J. LeBlanc 



David J. Litos 

Carmen M. Longstreet 

Douglas P. Mello 



156 




Cheryl L. Mrozienski 




157 



english Alfonso S. Albergcria, Jr. 

Theresa Barao 



Michael J. Fitta 

Cindy Furado 

Lee Ann Smith 

Portuguese 

Karen Allen 




158 





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Fernando D. Barbosa 
Alfred J. Bazzinotti 
Robert J. Gonet 



Julieta M. Menezes 

Spanish 

Brenda F. Gerrior 

history 

Robert M. Barrett 

Sybil S. Burba 

James F. Concannon 

Antonio Pacheco S. 
Pereira 

Robert K. Ramos 



159 



Virginia M. Smith 

Kathleen M. Thibault 

Leigh R. Volkmann 

math 

Paul F. Clarke 

Mario Correia 

Debra A. Dufresne 




160 





humanities 

Constance M. Hanlon 
Kathleen J. Kelly 
Carol A. Mazeika 



Laurie J. Kenney 
Mark A. Lavallee 
Ronneo N. Mendes 
Donald L. Payette, Jr. 
Patricia J. Steeves 
Karl B. VonKlock 



Sandra M. McCluskey 
Maria L. Medeiros 
Gregory C. O'Neil 
Colleen M. Pina 
Anita L. Poyant 




161 



medical 
technology 



162 




James E. Coughlin, Jr. 

Marianne B. DeSouza 

Joseph P. Ellis 

Mary Ellen Gomes 

Jennifer T. Gouzie 

Barbara J. McCarthy 



Louis E. Mutty 
Denise Pierce 




Paulette R. Doyle 
Marcia A. Ducharme 
Susan E. Faria 
Irene R. Forsythe 
Barbara M. Jaworski 
v/^l Janice I. Judkins 
Natalie A. Peladeau 




163 



Kent T. Churchill 
Idalina DaCosta 
John J. Donnelly 
Gregory C. Ellms 
John A. FIndley 
Thomas M. Findley 




164 




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science 


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Christine M. Agnitti 


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Brian L. Bennett 




Abraham S. Novick 


Frances Bernstein 




physics 


Donald A. Berube 


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Craig E. Malone 


Richard A. Bumpus 




Maureen M. Flemming 
Kenneth J. Galvin 
Helen C. Gaucher 
David D. Gavin 
William Kay 




165 



Thomas A. Keane 

Karen M. Logozzo 

Wanchai Majorone 

Karen M. Makuch 

Robert Marshall 

Troy E. Mitchell 




psychology 

Fernando Aguiar 

Lynn D. Anuszczyk 

Maria T. Aresta 

Lisa M. Ayoub 

Wendelin B. Bortman 



Linda M. Colder wood 



Michael J. Cordozo 



Joseph A. Clayton 




166 




167 




Collette Lavoie 

Mark J. Leahy 

Catherine M. Lager 

Kelly A. Lowney 

Mary A. Marini 

Debra J. Marzano 



168 






Jerilyn M. Pellegrini 
Margarida M. Pereira 



Claudette R. Cote 



Dennis A. DeGrazia 



Ann Marie Duggan 
Scott F. Federico 
Victoria R. Ferland 
Michael G. Foley 
Donna J. Isabel 
Soheila Jabbarnia 
Fran E. Jurgrau 




169 



Laura J. Schindler 




Craig A. Pregana 
Kimberly A. Rapoza 
Karen M. Resendes 



Donna A. Shaker 

Julia H. Shaughnessy 

Jennifer A. Shea 

Glynda M. Stroud 

Karen P. Sullivan 

Anne M, Sylvia 



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Michelle T. Lapointe 
Richard J. Mosychuk 



Jeanne L. Vincent 
Veronica M. White 
Janet M. Zollo 

sociology 

Waltraut M. Benjamin 
Kimberly A. Dunn 



171 



Marijane F. Reis 

Suzanne Shuman 

Renee M. Silvia 

Darlene A. Spencer 

Marilyn J. St. Pierre 

Lauria A. Teixeira 

Cathleen M. Twohig 



172 





Debra L. Peckham 



Nancy I. Powers 




master of bilingual 
education 

Priscilla Louro-Fonseca 



173 



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biology 



Mark C. Ahearn 
Daniel J. Boudria 
Shiden Farza 
Carol J. Ferioli 
Sandra E. Go wan 
David H. Hambro 
Kathleen R. Hazen 
Eric W. Johnson 
Robert B. Lemmon 
Steven Mullaney 
Scott D. Pinheiro 
Barbara C. Senna 
Debra A. Silva 
Robert S. Thatcher 



marine biology 

Pamela J. Carroll 
Lynn M. Connor 
Christopher W. Covert, Jr. 
Mark W. Machodo 
Daniel F. Murphy 
Daniel S. Rose 



chemistry 

Marcia J. Filippini 
Frances X. Harding, Jr. 
Ronald S. Hernnenau 
Norwood G. Moore, Jr. 
Richard Murphy 



computer science 

Patricio A. Holland 
Jeanne A. Kamman 
Grant W. Marotta 
Kozhoyo R. Rohi 
Michael A. Stoodt 
Kris M. von Moluski 



medical tech. 

Donna Ainsworth 
Joan S. Chose 
Susan P. Corkery 
Karen M. Orr 



economics 

John E. Brierley 
Daniel T. Buckles 
Shaun H. Bugbee 
D wight A. Dodge 
Brian M. McGowan 
David R. Mesnick 
Christopher L. Pierce 
Thomas S. Smith 
Brendan C. Sullivan 
Helene G. Ventor 



english 

Carol A. Annunzioto 
Alyson E. Brault 
Phylis I. Bryant 
Kathleen L. Coffey 
Marianne Conlon 
Charles C. Crook 
Harold W. Crowther III 
Korla M. Holier 
Ruth A. Joseph 
Laura E. Karkus 
Philip J. Normiond 
Sandra J. O'Brien 
Marie Rego 
Lisa K. Smith 
Mellonie L. Snipes 
Greg M. Sullivan 
Rachel A. Surprenont 

trench 

Deborah J. Lee 



german 

Scott N. Saint John 

Portuguese 

Patricia A. Roposo 
Odette M. Rogers 

Spanish 

Maria P. Boptisto 
Maria M. Garm 
Jose M. Henriques 



history 

Patricio A. Bloin 
Neal A. Boldrighini 
Daniel F. Coute 
Robert J. Hall 
Anne M. Hortnett 
Scott L. Lamontagne 
Clara M. Pimentel 
Judith Ripley 
Louis A. Serio, Jr. ' 
Christian O. Wieden 



humanities 

Jock A. Corvolho 
Vileon T. Coakley 
Chistopher A. Devlin 
Marc C. Dion 
Rosalie A. Emond 
Patricio A. Miller Fernondes 
Donna A. Giguere 
Richard A. Herert 
Renee J. Johnson 
Siobhon K. Kelly 
Jeffrey J. Lace 
Lorraine B. Levesque 
Debra L. Lipkind 
Donald R. Luzitono 
Paulo M. Matos 
Mark A. McGill 
Abigoi; C. McGuire 
Anne M. Medeiros 
Laurel A. Nelson 
Cheryl A. Oliveira 
Jeralyn E. Pelkey 
Michael Powers 
Christine C. Romeo 
Michelle Rusin 
Eva Tveit 



mathematics 

Donna J. Albrizio 
Elaine L. Berube 
Deborah A. Carlson 
Jeanne A. Kamman 
Khaled O. Motor 
Philip G. Rheault 
Gordon G. Williams 
Kathleen A. Wyne 



174 



multi. disc 
bachelor of arts 

Georgia E. Bailey 
Eric C. Corwin 
Daniel E. Dwane 
Kennrth J. Gomes 
Michael G. Grant 
Elaine C. Kalil 
Sigrid Knudsen 
Mary-Jo Lima 
Amy S. Nadien 
Evelyn G. Paquette 
Deenah Pearl 
Sylvia M, Solas 
Maria G. Sousa 

multi. disc, 
bachelor of sci. 

Dan Brule 
Alicia H. Gonzalez 
David J. Moron 
Licia M. Smith 



philosophy 

Denise M. Bibeau 
Catherine J. Hickok 



physics 

William E. Edinger 
Boris Kotan 
Mark C. Murray 

master of science 
physics 

Susan B. Androde 
Antonio G. P. Gomes 
Richard L. Phillips, Jr. 



political 
scier^ce 

Warren L. Abreu 
Ricardo N. Alcobia 
Anne E. Bronsfield 
Thomas J. Buckman 
Peter G. Clements 
Thomas F. Correia 
Kevin A. Gallagher 
Marc C. Horrienger 
Sean W. Higgins 
Robert F. Hoaglund 
Sean H. Keenan 
James V. Kelly 
Mary-Ellen Kelly 
Deborah J. Lopes 
Dennis P. Moniz 
Christine Neory 
Daniel Pickering 
Emily J. Rosenfield 
Joan M. Smith 
Bert M. St. Germain I 
Louis A. St. John 
Richard D. Sypher 

sociology 

Christine Amoral 
Joann David 
Diane D. Deschenes 
Corlene Fournier 
Robin fyi. Kimbrough 
Diane &. Lipstock 
Charles Poppas 
Patricia E. Peterson 
Christina M. Regan 
William Rego 
Marilyn R. Whalen 

master of arts 
bilingual ed. 

Vivian Kuss 
Carl A. Pereira 



psychology 

Katherine F. Beckmon 
Lorraine B. Cabrol 
Lisa Cropo 
Pauline F. doGrozia 
Louise DeMello 
Diane C. Desrosiers 
Stephen J. Devlin 
Gina M. DiLeo 
Isilda M. Ferro 
Wayne C. Firth 
Bert J. G Golford 
Pomelo A. Gouveia 
Brendo S. Guidry 
Sheila E. Harris 
Elaine H. Horsley 
Mark J. Howard 
Pomelo J. Kramer 
Jonine M. Landry 
Patricio M. Madden 
Thomas M. Mello 
Monica A. Molloy 
Theresa M. Moneiro 
Stephen R. Montembault 
Lawrence J. Silva 
David E. Swift 
Kevin R. Toni 
Harvey J. Tripp 
Sherry K. Tychsen 
Mary M. Walker 
Amy L. Wood 



master of science 
med. lab science 

Francine F. Bouska 
Judith C, Bryant 
Gail C. Fracosso 
Martha A. Moltais 
Francesco C. E. Music 
Jeanne P. Slusarz 
Ronald R. Trudel 

master of science 
marine biology 

Janice Ellen Deon 
Sandra Tate Freitos 



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178 




Dean of Business 8c Industry 
Richard J. Ward 



Management 
Donald Wetomore 



179 



Catherine J. Bowman 



Anna M. Branco 



Antonio M. Branco 



Lisa A. Collins 



James G. Corbett 



Jane E. Corbett 



June A. Corbett 




180 






Karen M. Correllas 
Eileen F. Couter 
Douglas R. Dansereau 
Marc W. DesRoches 
Peter J. Driscoll 
Lisa M. Ferreira 




Eloise K. Fisher 
Mary E. Fonseca 
Susan A. Hambly 
Robert F. Keenaghan 



181 



Roderic J. Murphy 

Patrick F. O'Malley III 

Donna M. Paul 

Howard W. Salden 

Susan E. Sherman 

Richard Sylvia 




182 




Joan S. Kelliher 
Susan M. Labrecque 
1^4 John T. Lolly 



Claude L. Levesque 
Catherine M. Marques 
Dionne Morsell 
Mary F. Martins 
Susan Mello 




Wolly C. Therrien 
Ann M. Turner 
Linda M. Volcourt 
Kathleen J. Wagner 
Catherine M. Young 



183 



Jan M, Nuzzolo 

Joshua A. Odugbela 

Andrew J, Raczka 




Linda L. Jones 



David C. Leinberry, Jr. 



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human 
resources 

Stanley Benson 
Lauren M. Blanchette 
Paul B. Carr 
Donna T. Connerty 
Wallace R. Duncan III 
Mary J. Flaherty 
Malcolm C. Hatch, Jr. 



185 



186 




Michael S. Bare 

Michael J. Benoit 

David P. Berube 

Christopher J. Brough 



John C. Calnan 



John P. Cannon 








Donna J. Porter 
Margaret A. Pratt 
Frances A. Presti 
Michael P. Quirk 
Maxine P. Samuels 
Anne Marie Sirois 




187 




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Theresa L. Duhamel 

Doris M. England-Diniz 

Solange S. Ferreira 

James T. Fox 

Jose H. Freitas 
Rosemarie Gannon 



188 





Ling-Ling Chang 
John Connor 





Jose Gonsalves 
Jonnes C. Gromm 
Jean M. Hanley 
Vaughne L. Jackson 
Daniel Jenness 



Catherine Correia 



Michael S. Correia 



189 



Stephen P, Kennedy 

Wilfred S. Kirby 

Pauline M. LaPerriere 

Ann E. Lagsdin 

Scott Lamontage 

Lisa C. Luca 

Craig F. Lukasewski 




190 








Richard A. Lundstedt 
Wayne W. Mahn 
Stephanie E. Maruk 
Robert T. McDonough 
Michael J. McKenna 
Brian McNaught 



Maria F. Melo 
Mark C. Montigny 
Mary K. Morin 
Behdad D. Mottahed 



191 



John R. Murphy 

Kathleen E. Murphy 

Dale J. Nikosey 



Thomas E. Noonan 

Mario J. Norris 

Sean J. O'Brien 

Donald E. O'Brien, Jr. 

Patrick A. O'Grody 

Catherine M. O'Leory 




Joyce Lee Roiney 
Lorraine L. Richard 




192 






Birdilyn V. Ogagan 
Audrey J. Oronte 
Gerard A. Paras 
Henry J. Paruch II 
William T. Pereira 
Lynne S. Podolsky 
Chris A. Porter 



193 




marketing 

William D. Birkett Jr. 



Richard S. Scafidi 

Lisa M. Scalzl 

Christine A. Seaberg 

Edward M. Silk 



Kelly A. Carey 




Cathleen M. Carries 
Debra L. Carucci 



David R. Bordeau Cynthia L. Clydesdale 



Mary L. Camacho 
Sharon L. Cannon 



194 



Cynthia A. Walton 
Michael S. Weislik 
Adekunle W. Yussuff 




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Mark W. T. Groebe 



Manuel J, Louro 



Monique M. Maillet 
Mary E, Mathieu 





Leo DeCosta 
Jamie E. Duggan 
Judith A. Dymon 
Denise C. Flynn 
Daniel C. Fowler, Jr. 
Audrey Freitas 




197 



Christopher M. Renzi 

Deborah J. Riordan 

Nancy A. Rumbut 

Joanne M. Sawyer 

Guy R. Shepherd 

Michelle R. Therrien 

Susan M. Wilklns 



198 







Jeffrey Lace 
Darlene Pasquill 
David A. Pettey 



textile chemistry 

John E. Bauer 

textile technology 

Diane C. Belcher 
Susan E. Buckley 
John P. Gorman 
David W. Goyerno 
June M. Hawley 



199 



Ian Sharief 



Darlene S. Smith 



Cesar C. Sousa 



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201 



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accounting 

Sherry A. Barrieau 
Rihcard G. Bedard, Jr. 
Penny J. Bok 
Shauneen A. Bourgeois 
Susan C. Brady 
Grace E. Buckler 
Michael Capuano 
Carol V. Chandler 
Paul A. DiTomasso 
Susan B. Eastwood 
Erik L. Faniel 
Janice A. Flynn 
Nancy L. Fournier 
David M, Gallant 
Mark J. Gisherman 
Michael H. Hitchings 
Kimberly D. LaVine 
Donald R. Lachapelle 
Paul N. Longevin 
Alio M. Long 
Thomas W. Loria 
Michael E. Marr 
William J. McCort 
Madonna K. McCullough 
Carolyn A. Miller 
Vivian M. Moraux 
John M. Moreira 
Julie A. Noel-Turner 
Jennifer A. Otto 
Pauline A. Ouellette 
Cheryl A. Parkhurst 
Shirish G, Potel 
Jerri M. Philla 
Joel R. Philla 
Joseph W. Robinson 
Ronald W. Caramento 
Edward T. Smith 
Lou Ann M. Spooner 
Paul R. Thibault 
Matthew M. Vierira 
Rose M, Vieira 
Paul J. Vogel 
Pauline R. Williams 



finance 

Douglas P. Condon 
David DiBenedetto 
Paul M. Engeion, Jr 
Diane P. Leehan 
Kevin E, Morton 
Timothy E. Smith 
Alfred D. Stafford 
Rosemary Wheoton 



human resources 
management 

Eugene L. Couteau 
George T, Dormody 
Mojisola O. Falobi 
John J. LaCasse 
Daniel W. Morini 
William J. McCarthy 
Nannette G. Richardson 
Tina Stavropoulos 
Betty A. Theodre 
Keith J. Tortorella 

textile 
chemistry 

Stephen W. Switzer 

textile 
technology 

llya A. Alvheim 
Kathleen G. Burns 
Lynn M. David 
Russell DeMarco 
Derek N. Fredette 
William T. Listen 
Candace Manchester 
Raymond C. Markey 
Stanley A. Prokuski 
Michael Proulx 
Jeanne R. Runewicz 
Steven J, Weinstein 



management 

Gary N. Adams 
David A. Allard 
Bruce E, Belinsky 
Deborah A. Burnard 
Wanda M. Cobral 
Kent F. Card 
Martha J. Carroll 
Paul V. Castro 
Christopher F. Cavalier 
Joan M. Cote 
Kenneth J. Couto 
Terrill H. Cowan 
Michael J. Fedele 
Michael W. Gorifales 
Burney M, Gifford 
Jay W. Goncalo 
Bruce H. Goodwin 
Harry F. Green 
Judith A. Gulczynski 
William H. Harrison 
Robert J. Hooper, Jr, 
Donald R. Jacobsen 
Francis N. Jee 
William A. Kearney, Jr. 
David N. Kelly 
Andrew Konarski 
Suzanne A. Lovollee 
Richard M. MacNeil 
Deborah L. Mateus 
Joan L. Merril 
Timothy J. Nelson 
Samson A. Omosefummi 
Dennis M. Powelczyk 
Dina Rebelo 
Randall W. Reis 
Susan M. Rorers 
Harry R. Rolfs 
Rodger A. Salley, Jr. 
Andrew K. Springer 
Gayle F. Thomas 
Carol J. Zablowsky 



202 



marketing 

Rodney A. Baker 
Carolyn M. Bond 
Jeffrey A. Boudro 
Therese M. Bourassa 
Kimberly J. Carlson 
Stephen Chestna 
Robert W. Cosgrove 
Carolyn E. Craver 
Peter J. Crowley III 
Charlotte A. DeCosta 
Diane Dempsey 
Philip M. Frotontonio 
Joseph R. Frazier, Jr. 
Robert J. Gallagher 
Keith D. Graham 
Stephen J. Heoly 
Christopher Kennedy 
Christopher A. Lomas 
Maureen A. McCart 
Laurie A. McCarthy 
Shown J. Murphy 
Karen D. O'Malley 
William C. Peterson 
Janet H. Rogers 
Joanne M. Sawyer 
Robert J. Slarve 
Cynthia A. Spencer 
Sandra M. Sylvia 
Lynne C. Taylor 
John Thomas 



master of business 
administration 

Robert L. Aguior 
Jeffrey A. Bentley 
Steven N. Biello 
Robert J. P. Brough 
Patrick E. Callahan 
Charles M. Chase, Jr. 
Russell J. Correio 
Michael E. Daley 
Suzanne M. Davis 
Brian J. Donahue 
Paul F. Ferro 
John E. Fogg 
Donald W. France, Sr. 
Jeffrey A. Freelove 
Karen Duffy Gerrior 
Wayne A. Howes 
Geraldine A. Holewiak 
Jane A. Hopewood 
Michael R. Kirkwood 
Clayton P. Lucas 
James E. McQuillan 
Paul L. L. Morency 
Kathleen A. Pease 
Gerald G. Shuck 
Christ Smallis 
Victor C. Scores 
Robert C. Stewart 
Malcolm B. Westcott 



master of science 

textile 

chemistry 

Ashutosh P. Karnik 



master of science 

textile 

technology 

James E. Mello 
Inayoth Ullo Shorieff 



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Electrical/Computer Engineering 

Daniel Murphy 




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Civil Engineering 
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Christopher P. Bednarz 
Thomas M. English 
Joseph J. Perry 




Alan D. Roscoe 
Mark S. Souza 
William D. Trovers 

civil engineering 
technology 

Paul S. Borrero 
John J. Callahan 
John C. Holland 
Paul N. Robinson, Jr. 




209 



Paul E. Augustine 

Mark W. Bernier 

Kenneth J. Blanc 

Kenneth B. Catterall 



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Bela Ishrish 
William Kalms 
Colum M. Kavanagh 
Susan E. Maloney 
James P. Meagher 




Peter A. Michno 
Thomas A. Mignone 
Joseph J. Mikolojczyk 
William P. Morrissey 



electrical 
engineering 

Christos Agoros 
William V. Arruda 




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212 





Elizabeth Quinn 
Susan M. Plocica 



Terrence J. Rheault 
Susan E. Ribeiro 
Albert P. Ribeiro, Jr. 
Doublas M. Sawyer, Jr. 
Tamara S. Smith 
Barbara A. Stone 
Scott D. Theg 



electrical engineering 

Fatima M. Andrade technology 



Peter E. Belli veau 



David A. Bernier 



Thonnas A. Bollard 



David R. Candioto 



213 



Mark D. Leavitt 

Paul R. Lemaire 

Hamid G. Maknooni 

Victor W. Martins 

Christopher J. Meloche 

John P. Milletich 




214 




Robert D. Gemme 
Yvonne D. Graves 
Hossein Haghighot 
Wayne M. Jennings 
Joseph M. Lazarz, Jr. 




Alfred W. Moniz 
Osvaldo M. Pacheco 
Joseph M. Pacheco 
Debra E. Pare 
Paul R. Pelletier 
John R. Reed 
Michael D. Rhines 



215 




Glenn A. Ellis 



David M. Evans 



John J. Galiher, Jr. 



Micliael E. Johnson 



Russell L. Machado 



David R. Mackie 



David F. Morcille 



Paul E. Taylor 

Rober J. Teixeira 

Michael P. Thomas 



Paul A. Martin 



Behzad D. Mottahed 



Brian K. Nash 




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217 



Robert W. Rose, Jr. 

Edward N. Rugger 
Edward D. Ryan 
Laura L. Schuler 




Alvin Costa 



David Costa 



Joanne C. Cusson 



Albert Farinha IV 



Alan R. Fleury 



David J. Gagnon 
Brian C. Gerrior 




218 




Joseph J. Tarantino 
Robert Zipoy 

mech. eng. 
technology 

Denis P. Biglin 
Jeffrey F. Buck 
John R. Corr 
Phillip W. Coderre 



219 



Stephen J. Liuzzi 

Jorge Marmelo 

Arlene J. Mogavero 

Christopher Porris 

William R. Penton 

George W. Plummer III 

Fred Robinovitz 




220 





Timothy J. Rezendes 
Thomas A. Rossi 
Robert W. Rumbel 
Thomas E. Scozzari 
Sohrab Vafaee 



Gary H. Juvinall 
David P. Kilmonis 




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not pictured 

electrical engineering 

Dennis R. Barnabe 
Scott J. Bergstrom 
Michael Brennan 
Micahel J. Cantwell 
Doris M. CarvQJho 
Eric W. Ertel 
Paolo M. Gelinas 
Gregory A. Gicco 
Virgilio B. Gomes 
Harlan D. Horribine 
Ralph J. Hathaway 
Michael P. Hodkinson 
Neil A. Jackson 
Kurt J. Koch 
John R. Kane 
Mark F, Kelley 
Ratano Mojarone 
Drew R. Martin 
Elizabeth Quinn 
Jorge Rosa 
Francisco F. Santos 
Walter T. Schneider 
Michael E. Shomberg 
Daniel S. Small 
David M. Sobolewski 
Joel S. Teller 
Michael R. Ulm 
David W. Vye 
Wo-Tok Wu 



electrical engineering 
technology 

Artur M. Androde 
David J. Aucloir 
Scott A. Butler 
Carlos P. Cardoso 
Thomas J. Connolly 
William A. Courcy, Jr. 
Amos Doluz 
Stephen P. Gallivan 
Manuel A. Goncolves 
Richar A. Herrmann 
Thomas W. Izzo 
John L. Kendall 
Jon C. Klinkhamer 
James R. Kramer 
Marc A. Lecloir 
Kenneth J. Lima 
Donald Mochodo, Jr. 
Ronald R. McDonald 
Osvoldo M. Pocheco 
Barry J. Pepin 
Jose L. Pereira 
David A. Sault 
James F. Whitehead 



222 



mecanical engineering 

John D. Borbuto 
Mark S. Carter 
Marc D. Ciminello 
Brian P. Collins 
Octavio A. Cosme 
Clifton J. Crawley, Jr. 
Edward M. Dougherty 
Robert W. Freeley 
Paul B. Godfrey 
Bruce W. Holway 
Khoshoyor Homayoon 



construction engineering 

Brian S. Atkinson 
Ralph W. Eustis 



Kenneth A. Jones 
Richar H. Lesieur 
David R. Mackie 
Robert H. Montgomery 
Ronald S. Pepin 
John J. Quinlivan 
Roger E. Race 
Mark A. Rodrigues 
Raymond A. St. Amond 
Joseph J. White, Jr. 



Bruce A. Gelbar 
Mark E, Jenkins 




computer engineering 

Christopher A. Hegarty 
Matthew V. Mahoney 



mechanical engineering 
technology 

Bruce S. Abrams 
Scott M. Abrams 
Fernando J. Aguiar 
John W. Gannon 
William M. Kenison 
Peter J. Lariviere 
David L. Lynch 
Robert C. Marini 
Amelio A. Palmisciano 
Fred H. Reynolds 
Thomas R. Secino 
Michael J. Severino 



master of 

electrical engineering 

Ardeshir Falaki 
Ho-Min Fu 
Paul A. Maetel 
Jacques C. Paquette 
Phillip H, Viall 



civil engineering 

Peter G. Benkart 
Naji M. Boulos 
Dana R. Clow 
Jack S. Emberg 
Nabih M. Hamdan 
Brian P. Levesque 
Zakaria R. Maotouk 
Elie Z. Malhomeh 
Peter T. McEntee 
Judson J. Moraski 
Vincent J. O'Reilly 
Roy L. Rowe 
Michael J, Simmons 
Richard I. Taylor, Jr. 
Diane N. Wood 
Steven W. Wry 
Brian C. Zeppenfeld 





civil engineering 
technology 

Paul J. Carver 
Mark S. Fernandes 
Jeffrey M. Goldman 
Joseph F. Murray 
John J. O'Brien, III 



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NURS\NG 



Nursing Institution Chairperson 
Ann Tscinirch 



Nursing Community Chairperson 

Maureen Hull 




226 



Dean of Nursing 
Joyce Possos 





227 



Sharon M. Bernardo 

Cathy-Ann Bociek 

Dorothy C. Cabral 

Lisa M, Calabria 



228 






Joanne M. Casimiro 



229 



Dorothy M. Dennen 

Sandra A. Edmundson 

Janine L. Eppolito 

Cecilia M, Ferreira 




230 






Susan C. Cleary 
Donna M. Condon 




Lisa M. Coppolino 
Grace L. Cote 
Lisa M. Crocetti 



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232 





Linda S. Hermann 
Beth M. Hopkins 
Cattiey A. Huffam 




Wendy A. Kerrigan 
Norma J. Kiersteod 
Laura J. Lata 
Barbara A. MacKinnon 



233 



Ann Medeiros 



Marianne F. Mochowski 



Mary A. Motta 

Anne M, Murphy 

Katherine S. Myatt 

Debra J. Nawazelski 



234 




Jacquelyn M, Sullivan 

Anne M. Williannson 

Laura H. Young 



not pictured 



Laurie B. Andelman 

Cynthia A. Arruda 

Gloria A. Arruda 

Linda J. Blaise 

Sr. Karen Elizabeth Champagne 

Linda L. DeGrandpre 

Karen Ann Drew 

Deborah M. Forrest 

Beverly A. Gilraine 

Alexander T. Hetzeck 

Brenda S. Korpinen 

Collette J. Lavoie 

Joyce E. Lawrence 

Christine M. Lemay 

Suzanne Losert 

Donna M. MacGray 

Dana W. Madden 

Theresa M. Mastrorilli 

Leona J. Mattson 



Jane L. McClennan 
Elizabeth A. McLaughlin 
Christina Mondello 
Karen M. Murphy 
Susan A. O'Brien 
Carol A. Palmer 
Susan J. Payette 
Gisele M. Petit 
Margaret T. Pimentel 
Patricia L. Ridzon 
Dawn L. Ruppersberger 
Rosemary Siivo 
Jacquelyn M. Sullivan 
Priscilla E. Theiouit 
Mary Ann Waygan 
Cheryl Ann Wilkins 
June A. Wilson 
Sherald P. Wozniak 




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VISUAL 8t 



PERFORMING Ai 



238 





Design 

Howard Windham 



Education 
Dante Viena 



239 



art Susan R. Blenkhorn 

education 

Ellen J. Londergan 

Louise F. Millane 

Muriel A. Motto 

Christine M. Pieroni 

Karen M. Simcock 




sculpture 

Stephen J. Smith 

design 

Sandra K. Allison 

Dennis Alves 

Michael J. Antonevich 

Joanna C, Aveiro 



Julianne M. Barrett 

Stephanie P. Boss 

James S. Beriau 




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art history 

^ Penny S. Dam 
Janice L. Hodson 

painting 

Pamela A, Godschall 
Lisa M. Kummer 
Jennifer B. Lincoln 



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Thomas J. Bobrowiecki 

Mary K. Campbell 

James J. Daly, Jr. 

Tara A. DiPersio 

Nancy L. Gibbons 



Douglas S. Gould 

Colleen A, Hanlon 

Michael G. Hilsinger 



242 







Lisa E. Kolesinski 
Joanne Kostokas 
Darina S. Kresak 
Mary Beth Leary 
Mark J. Lizotte 



243 



Thomas J. Norton 



Joan M. Palano '^'"' 



Jeff M. Paras 

Jennifer M. Peckham 

Raymond F. Pedro, Jr. 

Stephanie M. Pierce 

Lauren G. Shiager 



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music 

Laurie A. Dearden 
Anne M. McKivergan 



247 



Mark A. Higden 

Mary Ellen J. Koury 

Amy I. Krasnor 

Snadra J. Lach 




Elizabeth G. Lawson 

Susan J. Marcolini 

Tracy I. Marshall 

Jennifer B. Nixdorf 

John F. Pino 




Cheryl A. Reunn 

Paula A. Stebbins 

Elizabeth M. Wihry 




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249 



not pictured 



art education 

Susan A. Chamberland 
Kimberly J. Jones 
Andrea E. McKearney 
Barbara J. Paris 



design 



art history 

Lauri A. Dow 



painting 



Richard Castanho 
Melanie L. Chartier 
Sandra L. Edwards 
Virginia L. Fresina 
Darlene A. Hancock 
Paulo J. Neto 
Kathleen M. Rosie 
Ellen J. Sullivan 



printmai<ing 



Joseph R. Giacobbe, Jr. 
Susan A. Tuckernnan 



master ot 
art education 

Phyllis Ann Farrell 
William Ellery Gifford 



master of 
fine arts 
design 

Carol F. Cummings 
Jeannie Marie Donovan 
Andrew K. Howard 
Marguerite Fisher Lemieux 
Ronald R. Rudnicki 



Edward H. Barros, Jr. 
Steven M. Belleville 
Susanne L. Bernier 
John A. Cappelano 
Andrea A. Demetroulakos 
Pamela E. Goblick 
Russell A. Hicks 
Lizanne Jones 
Hubbard E. Jordan, Jr. 
Brian F. Louro 
Christopher F. Ludwig 
Kyle McCroskey 
Mark E. Parker 
Mary E. Rich 
Kenneth A. Santos 
Melinda Silvia 
Julie C. Trembloy 
Pamela G. Tucker 
Michael J. Wilson 



textile design 



Michelle A, Holbert 
Patricia F. McAlice 
Thomas G. McCusker 




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the 

year 

in 

review 



Lebanon Oct. 23, 1983: U.S. Marine Bat- 
talion Landing Team Hdqr's. 
218 Marines, 18 sailors, and 3 soldiers 
dead. 

Korean Air Lines Flight 007 Sept. 1 1983 
MTV 

Cabbage Patch Kids 
Anti-nukes 
AIDS 

Brooke Shields 
High-Tech 
'^Can we talk?" 
Break-dancing 
^^hriller" 
Jesse Jackson 
Prayer in schools 
Terms of Endearment 
Eurythmics 
Los Angeles Raiders 
U.S. Olympic Alpine Team 
Karen Carpenter, Tennessee Williams, 
Cardinal Medeiros, Buckminster Fuller, 

Joan Miro 

let us remember: 
Mark O'Brien 
Robert Shedd 
Edmund J. Dupre 




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How 'bout 

ducks • 




We as concerned seniors feel thai 
we should leave our IJnivcritty some- 
thing to rctnetnber us by makinj; •.ome 
iroportan! contribution !<> batJtih the 
camj3us, Ho% about ducks' Wc have 
two ponds on campus (or 10 depcrid- 
ii5g upon the weather) and after all, 
»ha!"s a pond without ducks'' Ducks 
would give us a!! something to look at. 
photo studetits could take picJures of 
them, nursing, bio. and psych tnajors 
could study them, chddrcn from the 
day care center could learn about 
them and collect the discarded leath- 
ers to give to the art majors aho could 
make quili pens out ot them so that 
the business maitsrs ^^ouid -.^ V\ ihem 
f he engineers could build ';, ilc duck 
houses for them. But scriot..!}. the 
ducks would love it here at SMI and 
we might as well take advawage of 
our high water level. Duck.s v-nuidn"! 
cost as much as a high tech gUi or 
other luxury and more people would 
enjoy them. This i.s a heartfelt and 
direct request thai ducks he a p '. 
from the Clasi of 1984 to SUV. 

Sincerely. 

Deb Mar/ano, Pam I uck<*r Andv 
.McKearncy, Pat OXo.ul-, Mike 
Benott, Norma Klcr^^.ad Hvih Hop- 
kins, Lisa Calabria, Gail DeBettcn- 



eourt, Jamie fJuggan, .Jenay Shea, 
'lunc Hawiey, Mary io Flaherty. Rus- 
sell Hicks. Erie Erl'd, .lean Haulcy, 
Seott Mike, Kathy Rosic, Pam God- 
schall, liaryn Marphy, Mite Sullivan, 
Sue Blenkh'orn. Joe MikolajC/yk. 
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As Editor, I Jennifer Nixdorf, would like to dedicate the lost page to my staff: Lay-out 
Editor Tara DiPersio, Photo Editors Chuck Sirois and Colleen Hanlan, Copy Editor Steve 
Wilson, and all others who helped: Chris Kennedy, Linda Poccia, Mike Southard, Beth 
Wihry, Joyce Rainey .... 

Much recognition sould be given to Tara DiPersio and Chuck Sirois for responcibility and 
effort toward the majority of the book. Credit goes to Chuck for the cover design, Tara 
for the design theme and thanks to Rene Boutin for the cover photograph. 

It was said that it couldn't, or shouldn't be done. Yes, this book was put together in a 
mere five months. Due to the lack of an organizational staff, the book was off to a late 
start in January. Therefore, I owe a lot to those who contributed in efforts to collect first 
semester pictures. Thanks to: the Torch, SMU A.V. dept., Manny Perera and Julie Tremb- 
lay, SMU Athletics, Bill Gathright and Judy Sullivan, Campus Prpmotions, Greg Stone and 
Ken Boostrom, and The Imogemakers as the campus photographers. 

I conclude my thank you's with mention of Norvall Garnett, Jr. As Sales Rep. and 
Counselor he played an important role in our guidance. Thanks Norv and thank you to 
every one who contributed to Scrimshaw 1984. 

A success or not we hove come to completion. 

CHEERS. To the book that almost wasn't! 



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