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University of Massachusetts Dartmouth 
North Dartmouth, Massachusetts 




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Table of Contents 



Introduction 

Dedication 

Faculty and Administration 

Seniors 

Seniors Not Photographed 

World Events 

Campus Events 

Memorials 

Honors 

Athletics 

Clubs and Organizations 

Commencement 

Advertisements 



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The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth 



In completion of its first year as the University 
of Massachusetts Dartmouth, our school is just 
beginning a new era of a long history. What 
started out nearly a century ago as the New 
Bedford Textile School, UMass Dartmouth has 
endured many transformations. Since 1 895, this 
institution has gone through countless trans- 
formations and seven name changes, but con- 
tinues to adapt to the changing times and the 
needs of the students. The history of the univer- 
sity consists of many steps towards building a 
stronger system of public education in Massa- 
chusetts. 

The legacy begins with the establishment of the 

Bradford Durfee Textile School in 1895. The 

original curricula consisted of classes in textile 

manufacturing which was largely in demand in 

the surrounding areas. As the years went on 

and the emphasis changed to the automation of the local cotton mills, the school became more sophisticated in their engineering 

programs and added courses such as English, economics, and accounting. The school then again changed names to the New 

Bedford Textile Institute in 1944, then to the New Bedford Institute of Textiles and Technology in 1954. As the textile industry 

diminished locally, the focus of education and the name changed yet again in 1957 to the New Bedford Institute of Technology. 

On July 1, 1964 the administrative consolidation of the Bradford Durfee College of Technology and the New Bedford Institute 
of Technology occurred. The school became the Southeastern Massachusetts Technological Institute and the development of a 
new campus began. Internationally renowned architect, Paul Rudolph designed the buildings which now stand on the 740 acres 
of lush fields and woodland in North Dartmouth. 




In December of 1964, the Harrington Willis Commission report challenged the concept of the expanding educational leadership 
role of SMTI. The report suggested a reorganization of the state educational system, which would have threatened the growing 
curricula at SMTI as a result of the consolidation. When this new problem arose, the southeastern Massachusetts community 
banned together to fight the potential ramifications. As a result, the Harrington Willis reorganization was revised and on June 

9, 1969, the governor signed into law a bill which changed the school's 
name once again to Southeastern Massachusetts University. 

For the next twenty-two years, SMU established a respected and repu- 
table status throughout New England. Over the years, SMU continued to 
fight proposed budget cuts that would effect the quality of education. In 
1988, SMU absorbed the Swain School of Design, evidence of the school's 
ability to prosper in the shadow of an ailing economy. 



On July 11, 1991, Governor William Weld signed the merger legislation 
combining the state's five public universities- SMU, the University of 
Lowell, the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, the University of 
Massachusetts at Boston, and the University of Massachusetts Medical 
School at Worcester- into a single University of Massachusetts system. 
SMU officially became the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth on 
August 31, 1991. For most students, the name change marked the end of 
an era. What had been rumored to happen for many years became reality, 
and for the members of the class of 1992, SMU would become a fond 
memory. The transformation was bitter-sweet, for although the title and 
identity of SMU would be lost, a new prestige would be gained as part of 
the five-university system. But for most of the members of the first 
graduating class of the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, our 
University remains the same institution we have grown to love, our home 
that nurtured and educated us into adulthood. 




Celestino D. Macedo 



The history of any university- especially one that has traveled the unique evolutionary road 
of UMass Dartmouth- is written by a multitude of people. Some of them compose the 
prologue, others a chapter, many contribute footnotes. But a certain significant few write the 
heart of the story and Celestino D. Macedo is one of them. 

For 37 years, the students of this University and its predecessor institutions have been the 
beneficiaries of Mr. Macedo's energetic and empathetic attention to their welfare. We, the 
most recent of these students, bear grateful witness to his commitment to helping each and 
every one of us extend our reach and reach our goal, a goal we may never have chosen had 
Mr. Macedo not helped to stretch the possibilities. 

Before his retirement as Vice Chancellor for Student Services, Mr. Macedo held a variety of 
key positions that ranged from associate professor of English to Director of Student Financial 
Aid to Dean of Students. Whatever the role, he imbued it with kindness, fairness and 
thoughtful intelligence. A teacher of wit and warmth, he is remembered for his accessibility, 
his genuine interest in students, and his ability to fire up youthful minds. As an administrator, 
he earned the esteem of both students and colleagues with his evenhanded and productive 
leadership, doing much to keep the ship steady and on course in the turbulent educational 
waters of the past few years. Recognizing the differing special needs of individuals and 
groups, he moved to design and implement a program of student support and development 
services. Because of his sensitivity to the needs of persons of color, for example, he played an 
initiating part in establishing the Office of Minority Students at UMass Dartmouth and was 
also well known for vigorously recruiting minorities and women to fill positions on his staff. 

If UMass Dartmouth owes much of what it is to Mr. Macedo, so do we, shaped by this 
University, owe much of what we are. As he begins his retirement, we, the Class of 1992, 
dedicate our yearbook to Celestino Macedo and hope he will see it always as a message of our 
appreciation for his years of devotion and as our heartfelt wish for Godspeed. 




Celestino D. Macedo, former Vice Chancellor for Student Services 



To the Class of 1992 




Dr. John R. Brazil, former President of Southeastern Massachusetts 
University and former Chancellor of UMass Dartmouth 



Class of 1992: 

Like you, I will be leaving UMass Dartmouth this year. Like me, I 
hope you will be leaving with deeply mixed feelings. Certainly it is 
appropriate that you should feel both a sense of accomplishment and 
conclusion now that you are prepared to move on to the next stage in 
your lives. On the other hand, I hope you will harbor deep and 
abiding affection for the University, for those faculty who taught 
you, and the other students with whom you developed what should prove 
to be lasting relationships. The University of Massachusetts 
Dartmouth is a great place that deserves your life-long support and 
affection. It will have mine. 



Sincerely, 




Jqg/i R. Brazil 
Chancellor 



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Dr. Joseph C. Deck, Interim Chancellor of UMass Dartmouth 



Class of 1992: 

Congratulations! 

What a fascinating four years to have been at a university! 

Traditionally, college is a period of growth and change for young people, but 
while you were growing and changing, so was the world. 

In 1988 Germany was still split in two and the Soviet Union was still the Soviet 
Union. The East and the West were in the grip of nuclear terror, Europe was not 
united as an economic power, and this institution was still Southeastern 
Massachusetts University. 

While you were here everything changed, including your college bill. The U.S. 
economy went sour, the Berlin Wall came down, the Soviet Union dissolved, the 
U.S. went to war and came home, and your college bill grew as the University 
struggled to maintain quality while the state decreased its funding. 

And then we became the University of Massachusetts. 

It will be interesting to see which of the events of the past four years turns out to 
be historically most telling. As individuals, completing your college degree will 
rank high on your personal list of accomplishments. As for the institution, I feel 
confident that becoming the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth will prove to 
be a turning point in its history. As citizens of this country and the world . . . well, 
we'll just have to wait and see. I think it's fair to say, however, that we have 
never seen so many significant changes in so short a time without a major war, 
and in that there is real hope. 



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Faculty and Administration 





Thomas M. Mulvey 

Interim Vice Chancellor for Student 
Services 



Lawrence B. Logan 

Vice Chancellor of Administrative and 
Fiscal Services 




Donald C. Howard 

Dean of Students 




Richard J. Panofsky 

Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic 
Affairs 




Robert C. Dalgleish 

Interim Provost and Vice Chancel- 
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James Dorris 

Dean of Continuing Studies 



Janet Freedman 

Dean of Library Services 



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Paul D. Fistori 

Director of University Records 



Gerald S. Coutinho 

Director of Financial Aid 



Norman L. Barber 

Director of New Student Programs 





Linus Travers 

Director of Institutional Advancement 



Barrie Phelps 

Admissions Director 






Kevin W. Hill 

Director of Housing and Residential Life 



Joyce Ames 

Director of Student Health Services 



Roger P. Tache 

Business Manager 



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John E. Rich 

Director of Career Services 



Richard C. Waring 

Director of Campus Center 




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Greg Stone 

Director of Publication and Media 
Productions 




William Traubel 

Director of Facilities/Physical Plant 




Susan Costa 

Director of Student Activities 





Raymond McKearney 

Chief of Safety and Security 



Robert A. Dowd 

Director of Athletics 



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College of Arts and Sciences 




Dr. Joseph Deck 

Interim Chancellor 

Dean, College of Arts and Sciences 



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Robert Green 

Chair, Computer and Information 
Sciences 




Francis Esposito 

Chair, Economics 





Armanci Desmarais 

Chair, Education 



Louise Habicht 

Chair, English 






Labaron Colt 

Chair, Biology 



Giulio Massano 

Chair, Foreign Literature and Language 



Lewis Kamm 

Chair, Humanities and Social Sciences 



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Robert Leamnson 

Director, Multidisciplinary Studies 



Ronald Tannenwald 

Chair, Mathematics 



James Griffith 

Chair, Medical Laboratory Science 





Jean Doyle 

Chair, Political Science 



John Fitzgerald 

Chair, Philosophy 






James dePagter 
Chair, Physics 



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Barry Haimson 

Chair, Psychology 



Donald Smith 

Chair, Chemistry 



College of Nursing 





Joyce Passos 

Dean, College of Nursing 



Mary Ann Dillon 

Chair, Nursing Institutional Studies 



Sonya Peterson 

Chair, Community Nursing 



College of Engineering 




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L. Bryce Andersen 

Dean, College of Engineering 



Frederick Law 

Chair, Civil Engineering 




Lee Estes 

Chair, Electrical and Computer 
Engineering 




Ronald DiPippo 

Chair, Mechanical Engineering 



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College of Visual and Performing Arts 




Michael Taylor 

Dean, College of Visual and Perform- 
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Anthony Miraglia 

Chair, Fine Arts 




Magali Carrera 

Chair, Art History 



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Eleanor Carlson 

Chair, Music 



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College of Business and Industry 





Harold Gilmore 

Dean, College of Business and Industry 



Raymond Jackson 

Chair, Accounting and Finance 




Richard Golen 

Chair, Management 




William Silveira 

Chair, Textile Sciences 



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Merritt LaPlante 

Chair, Marketing and Business 
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The Graduating Class of 1992 



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Cheryl Ann Adams 

Visual Design-Photography 




Christopher John Alderman 

Management 




James Fredric Almeida 

Accounting 




George David Affonso 

Marketing 




Lynette Marie Allaire 

Visual Design 




Joseph Paul Almeida 

Economics 





Jehad A. AlShrafi 

Electrical Engineering 




Kathleen Lynne Allbee 

Humanities-Social Sciences 




Leisha Jane Almeida 

Sociology 





Frank Teves Albernaz 

Finance 




Jeffrey Matthew Allen 

Humanities-Social Sciences 





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English / English- Writing 




Lysa A. Amaral 

Art Education 



Glenn Michael Amber 

Mechanical Engineering 



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Christine E. Anderson 

Accounting 




Karen Janet Annaian 

Marketing 




Anthony Arruda 

Finance 





Scott Paul Anderson 

Economics 




Melissa N. Aronofsky 

Business Information Systems 




David Raymond Audette 

Mechanical Engineering Tech. 





Raymond Avitable 

Mechanical Engineering Tech. 



Hossein Azadnia 

Accounting 





Keith William Babcock 

Sociology-Criminal Justice 



David William Balmelli 

Political Science 



Michael Barbanti 

English-Writing 



Jane Marie Barcellos 

Accounting 



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Laurie Ann Barcellos 

Humanities-Social Sciences 




Laura Maria Benevides 

Accounting 




Wendy M. Bernazani 

Sculpture 




Anita Jean Baron 

Psychology 




Edward R. Benoit, Jr. 

Visual Design 




Carolyn Jean Bertrand 

English / English- Writing 





Jeannine Palma Batucca 

Humanities-Social Sciences 




James Arthur Bernard 

Accounting 




Andrew Travers Bettencourt 

Marketing 





Susan Marie Basler 

Accounting 




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Colleen L. Bernat 

Management 



Tracey Bettencourt 

Accounting 



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Bruce Raymond Bishop, Jr. 

Visual Design-Photography 



Michelle Jeanne Blais 

History 



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Thomas Joseph Blaney 

Biology 




Kevin Shawn Boggan 

Humanities-Social Sciences 







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Betsy Louise Botelho 

Nursing 





Steven Eric Block 

Management 




Jodi Marie Bogigian 

Marketing 




Stephen M. Bourgeois 

Electrical Engineering 





Kristina Bloemink 

Visual Design 




David Milton Bold 

Electrical Engineering 




Lisa Marie Bowker 

Visual Design 





Kristen Boben 

Accounting 




Michael Paul Bolio 

Marketing 




Lisa Marie Bragga 

Nursing 




James A. Breckner 

Accounting 



Dayna Roberta Brenneke 

Nursing 



Jennifer L. Briggs 

Finance 



Susan Diane Briggs 

Mathematics 



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Michael J. Brisson 

Management 




Michael Philip Buck 

Finance 




Karen Elizabeth Burrows 

English-Writing 



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Beth Ann Brooks 

Visual Design-Photography 




Kimberly A. Burns 

Psychology 




Laura Lynn Burt 

Visual Design 




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Robin Lee Brophy 

Accounting 




Sarah Elizabeth Burns 

Art History 




Susan Elaine Bushey 

Accounting 





Gregory Michael Brunault 

Finance 




Suzanne Burns 

Finance 




Michelle Cabral 

Nursing 




Robert John Cabral 

Electrical Engineering 



Jayce Marie Cadorette 

Humanities-Social Sciences 



Colleen Marie Callahan 

Biology/Marine Biology 



Joseph Mark Callahan 

Humanities-Social Sciences 



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David Warren Callbeck 

Marketing 




Nicole Cardoza 

Business Information Systems 




Joseph Viveiros Carreiro 

Electrical Engineering 







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Andrea Jo-ellen Cardarelli 

Sociology 




Timothy Patrick Carpenter 

Accounting 




Jason J. Carrington 

Civil Engineering 





Roy Carrinho 

Finance 



Katherine L. Carroll 

Textile Technology 



Stacy Ann Casperowitz 

History/Finance 



Louise P. Castonguay 

Management 



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Francesca Cerutti 

Visual Design-Photography 




Kathie Marie Charbonneau 

Psychology 



Maureen E. Chase 

Nursing 




Wendy Lu Chaunt 

Art Education 





Jennifer Ann Champagne 

Political Science 




Robert L. Childs 

Political Science 




William Henry Cieslak 

Mechanical Engineering Tech. 





Donna Marie Chapman 

Multidisciplinary Studies 




Jennifer R. Christenson 

Humanities-Social Sciences 




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Paul David Cistoldi 

Mechanical Engineering 




Marlisa Ann Clapp 

Visual Design 



Mark Clark 

1 [umanities-Social Sciences 



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Brain Christopher Clifford 

Nursing 




Terrence Charles Clifford, Jr. 

English 




Timothy Coffey 

Visual Design-Illustration 





Jason Alan Clifford 

Electrical Engineering Technology 





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Nursing 




Michelle J. Cofske 

Human Resources Management 





Leonard David Coe, Jr. 

History 




Kerry Ann Cogswell 

Management 




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Allison Christine Coelho 

Visual Design-Illustration 




Kevin Clifford Colby 

Mechanical Engineering Tech. 




Andrew Richard Collari 

Political Science 



Caryn Elizabeth Collings 

Humanities-Social Sci. /Sociology 



Erin Marie Collins 

Multidisciplinary Studies 



Patricia M. Collins 

Humanities-Social Sciences 



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Christopher James Colman 

Sociology-Criminal Justice 



Lauren Michelle Comer 

English-Writing 




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Mark William Conroy 

Political Science 



Ann-Marie Theresa Cormier 

Mechanical Engineering Tech. 





Sean Michael Connolly 

English-Writing 




Brenda L. Correia 

Sociology 




Augusta Melo Costa 

Portuguese 





Christopher S. Connors 

Visual Design-Photography 




Robert Correia, Jr. 

Accounting 




Carlos A. Costa 

Electrical Engineering 




Frank Christopher Costa 

Computer Engineering 



Gregory William Costa 

Management 



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Electrical Engineering Technology 




Carleen Paula Coulombe 

Business Administration 




Stephen James Coye 

Humanities-Social Sciences 





Victor Costa 

Sociology 




John Manuel Couto 

Electrical Engineering 




Elizabeth Ida Crateau 

Marketing 





John Eric Cottrill 

Biology 




Lisa Marie Couto 

Sociology-Social Services 




Kathleen A. Cravo 

Accounting 





David William Coughlin 

Management 




Tina Ann Couto 

Humanities-Social Sciences 




Tonia Leigh Cromack 

Visual Design-Photography 




Michelle Cruz 

Management 



Karen Anne Cuggino 

English-Writing 



Bridget Anne Cushing 

Sociology-Social Services 



Michelle Anne Cusolito 

Humanities-Social Sciences 



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James E. Cusson 

Computer Information Science 




Nancy daFonseca 

Accounting 




Mark Richard DaPonte 

Visual Design-Illustration 





Beverly Ann Cwikla 

Humanities-Social Sciences 




Mark Dagnall 

Political Science 




Roy Da Silva 

Accounting 





Robert DaCamara 

Civil Engineering 




Bernadette M. Brault Dakin 

English 




Steven D. DaSilva 

Marketing 





Maria Susana daCosta 

Sociology-Social Services 




Stephanie Paige Dallas 

English 




Abigail Davenport 

Psychology 




John Francis Dean, Jr. 

Finance 



Lori Ann Dean 

Nursing 



Kevin F. DeAquair 

Visual Design 



Anne Marie DeChaves 

Sociology 



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Karen M. DeFreitas 

Marketing 




Christopher Jay DeMotta 

Management 




Michael Richard Derouin 

Biology 





Patricia Ann DeFusco 

Psychology 




Robert Paul DeMoura, Jr. 

Marketing 




Debra Ann DesRoche 

Marketing 









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Accounting 




Michelle Lee DeWolfe 

Business Information Systems 





Heather Lyn Deree 

Biology/Marine Biology 




Joanne Mary DiGiacomo 

Nursing 




Traci Anne DiGiorgio 

Mechanical Engineering 



Kristin Elizabeth Digits 

Psychology 



Lisa Marie DiSanto 

Accounting 



Angela Beth Dixon 

Textile Technology 



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Jonna Lynn Dondero 

Humanities-Social Sciences 







Darleen Allison Douglas 

Marketing 




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James Matthew Dufresne 

Political Science 




Charissa M. Donohue 

Accounting 




Jennifer Doyle 

Textile Technology 




Paul R. Dugas 

Electrical Engineering 





Brenda Wiencko Donovan 

Visual Design-Photography 




William James Doyle IV 

Accounting 




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Jennifer Lee Dunn 

Marketing 





Daniel Robert Douglas 

Spanish 




Scott Ernest Duffy 

Management 




Robyn M. Duquette-Rogers 

Psychology 




Michelle A. Durette 

Finance 



Tracy Lynn Durgin 

Chemistry 



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Kristin Carol Dutra 



English 




Ann-Marie Eastman 

English 




Sheila Stephanie Edwards 

English-Writing 





Kristen Ann Dynan 

Marketing 




Deborah Ann Eckersley 

Art Education 




Thomas James Egan 

Mechanical Engineering 





Paula Marie Elias 

Textile Technology 



Paul A. Ellis 

Economics 





Susan M. Ellis 

Nursing 



Deanna Jean Erwin 

Political Science 



Paul Michael Eugenio 

Physics 



Shawn Christian Farrell 

Marketing 



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Loree Beth Fazzina 

Accounting 




Sharon Marie Ferreira 

Accounting 




Stephanie Milnes Fitzgerald 

English-Writing 




Kimberly Marie Ferguson 

Humanities-Social Sciences 




Mark Andrew Field 

Visual Design 




Kathleen Mary FitzGibbons 

Business Info. Systems/Management 





Michelle Lee Fernandes 

Psychology 




Thomas Anthony Fierro 

Finance 




Timothy Patrick Flanders 

Computer Information Science 





Katherine Lynn Ferreira 

Civil Engineering 




Kimberly Ann Fitzgerald 

Humanities-Social Sciences 




Gina Marie Florentino 

Sociology-Criminal Justice 




Michael Francis Flynn 

Visual Design-Illustration 



Alberta Janet Fournier 

Psychology 



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Management 




Scott Christopher Gallagher 

Political Science 




Donna L. Garcia 

Accounting 





Robert Jay Franklin 

Finance 




James Frederick Galofaro 

Visual Design 




Robin Ellen Gardner 

Visual Design 





Kristina Marie Frotten 

Management 




Aaron Gamboa 

Management 




Stephen Robert Garvin 

Civil Engineering 





Jeannine Marie Gagnon 

Management 




Ruth Irene Garber 

Psychology /Sociology 




Kristin Marie Gaucher 

Textile Technology 




Katherine Virginia Gaudreau 

Psychology 



Patricia M. Gauthier 

Nursing 



Glenn R. Gervais, Jr. 

English-Writing 



Wendy Briggs Gianacoples 

Economics 



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Denice Marie Gibson 

Nursing 




Caren Lynne Gleason 

Political Science 




Christina Nicole Gordon 

Visual Design-Illustration 





Kurt Andrew Gibson 

Finance 




Kathleen Anne Golen 

Accounting 




Carolyn Frances Gormley 

Political Science 





Glenn Giese 

Visual Design 




Wendy Michele Gomes 

Biology 




Susan Jane Gould 

Humanities-Social Sciences 








Diane Elizabeth Gifford 

Biology 




Leonora Morales Gonzalez 

Humanities-Social Sciences 




Michelle Goyette 

Biology /English- Writing 




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Arno Grbac 

Computer Information Science 



Scott Michael Greany 

Sociology-Criminal Justice 



Patricia A. Greaves 

Sociology-Criminal Justice 



Lori Michele Green 

Psychology 



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Theodore Greenblott 

Humanities-Social Sciences 




Robert John Greene 

History 




Laurie Ann Gregory 

Nursing 





Julie Ann Greene 

Humanities-Social Sciences 




Daniel Irving Greer 

Business Information Systems 




Sean Timothy Griffin 

Civil Engineering 




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Christopher A. Guay 

Electrical Engineering Technology 



Ellen M. Guay 

Nursing 



Charles Scott Guenard 

History 



Brenda C. Guild 

English 



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Scott Francis Guinen 

Civil Engineering 



Jeanne Marie Guiney 

Marketing 





Pamela Gail Hall 

Management 



Charlene Sherry Hamel 

Finance 





Joey Robert Hacking 

English-Writing 




James Michael Hanafin, Jr. 

Accounting 




Susan Faye Harkins 

English-Writing 





David Trevor Hagerman 

Finance 




Michele Lynn Hannan 

Textile Design/Visual Des. -Illustration 




Cheryl Ann Harper 

Finance 




Christopher Samual Roy Harris 

Civil Engineering 



Judith Ann Hashim 

Accounting 



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Carolyn Anne Hatch 

Nursing 




Maura Elizabeth Healy 

Visual Design-Typography 




Christine Lee Henley 

English 





Anna-Catherine Hawko 

Psychology 




Heather Kristen Heebner 

English-Writing 




Lynda Jeanne Henshaw 

Electrical Engineering Technology 





Tracey Anne Heitman 

Mathematics 



Ammar Ahmed Hejazi 

Computer Engineering 





Kathleen Mary Hentschel 

Psychology 



Heidi Higgins 

Humanities-Social Sci. /Psychology 





Douglas Athur Hodge 

Management 



Sharon Sue Hoffman 

Visual Design 



Doreen A. Holmberg 

Nursing 



Christopher David Holt 

Political Science/Psychology 



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Dawna Jean Hudson 

Mechanical Engineering 



Peileng Hui 

Civil Engineering 





Kimberly Ann Hutchinson 

Finance 



Michael L. Iacovello 

Finance 





Kathleen Marie Humphrey 

Management 




Brenda A. Illescas 

Marketing 




Linda Jean Ivanoski 

Humanities-Social Sciences 





Kimberly Anne Hurley 

Nursing 




Tammy Lynn Ilvonen 

Marketing 




Christine Michele James 

Biology/ Marine Biology 




Arnold Jeannot, Jr. 

Finance 



Eric Todd Jermyn 

Humanities-Social Sciences 



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Stacey Suzanne Joly 

Visual Design-Photography 




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Art Education 




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Ferayi Karakaya 

Business Administration 





Stacey Elizabeth Jones 

Textile Design 




Cheryl Lynn Kalinowski 

Management 




Pamela Patricia Kelley 

Biology/ Marine Biology 





Sheri Josephine Julevich 

Psychology 




Kimberly Ann Kallio 

Marketing 




William Brian Kelley 

Mechanical Engineering Tech. 





Kerin Leah Jutz 

Accounting 




Jeanne Marie Kampersal 

Psychology 




Kathleen M. Kelliher 

Humanities-Social Sciences 




Susan Marie Kelly 

Psychology 



Kelli Jo Kemper 

Psychology 



Chintana Jonathan Keo 

Mechanical Engineering 



Philip Richard Klayman 

Management 



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Kari Lynn Kleinow 

Accounting 




Ronald G. Koster 

Electrical Engineering 




Ann Marie Lacasse 

Humanities-Social Sciences 





Patricia Carol Kling 

Psychology 




David Raymond Krall 

Mgt. /Human Resources Mgt. 




Scott Raymond Lachapelle 

Political Science 





Linda M. Kokoszka 

Visual Design /Photography 




Sharon Lynne LaCroix 

Humanities-Social Sciences 




Laurie Ellen Lafave 

Humanities-Social Sciences 




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Kristin Jean Kopke 

Art Education 




Thomas Joseph LaFrancois 

Accounting 




Paul E. Lambalot, Jr. 

Marketing 




Richard R. Lamothe 
Biology 



Cheryl Lynn Lamoureux 

Marketing 



Tracy Carol Langguth 

I [umanities-Social Sciences 



Deborah Karen Langlois 

Visual Design 



48 




Michelle Diane Lapalme 

Computer-Oriented Mathematics 




Stephanie Ann Lawrence 

Biology 




Analia Rosa Lecchi 

Management 





Mark Lapierre 

Mechanical Engineering Tech. 




Michelle A. Lazaro 

Management 




Michelle Robin Lemkin 

English-Writing 





Julie Ann LeBlanc 

Humanities-Social Sciences 




Pamela Leong 

Accounting 




Robert Joseph LeBlanc, Jr. 

Accounting 




Lisa M. LePage 

Accounting 




Mitch Scott Lerner 

Marketing 



Richard S. Levine 

Political Science 



Nels Brander Lindblom 

English-Writing 



Theresa Marie Lobo 

Accounting 



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Management 




Peter Paul Lopes 

Human Resources Management 




Thomas Charles Lucier 

Mechanical Engineering 




Barrett R. Long 

Electrical Engineering Technology 




Theresa Lopes 

Chemistry 




Melanie M. Lussier 

Humanities-Social Sciences 





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Kelly Lyn Long 

English-Writing 




Christine Dorothy Lortie 

Finance 




Ellen T. Lydon 

Sociology 




Robert Tyler Macallister 

Biology /Marine Biology 




Uong Long 

Electrical Engineering 




Rowland A. Love, Jr. 

Electrical Engineering Technology 




David Norman MacLellan 

Electrical Engineering Technology 




Hosam-Eldein Mahmoud 

Computer Engineering 



64 




Carl B. Malcolm III 

Management 




Maureen Susan Malloy 

English-Writing 




Rebecca L. Mancini 

Accounting 





Elizabeth Deena Malick 

Sociology 




Caitlin Townsend Maloney 

English-Writing 




Beth Anne Manning 

Political Science 





Dino Anthony Marafioti 

Finance 




Kristina Irene Marini 

Political Science 




Lawrence Marino 

Visual Design 



Glen G. Markey 

Mechanical Engineering 



Daniel Alfred Marques 

Finance 



James Alan Marshall 

Marketing 



65 




Daniel A. Martel 

Electrical Engineering 





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Psychology 




Kerry Ann McGlone 

Marketing 




Tara Jeanne Martin 

Mathematics 







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Jacqueline Marie McCarthy 

Textile Technology 




Paul McGovern 

Mechanical Engineering 





Jeffrey William Maybruck 

Mechanical Engineering 




Anne Marie McCoy 

Humanities-Social Sciences 




Michelle Marie McGrath 

Mathematics 





John J. McAree 

Management 




John S. McGarvin 

Electrical Engineering Technology 




Kerry Ann McKay 

Humanities-Social Sciences 




Kelley Ann McLaughlin 

Political Science 



Christine McSweeney 

Spanish 



66 




Charles Silveira Medeiros 

Visual Design 




David Roger Mello 

Finance 




Lisa Ann Miccile 

Business Information Systems 





Sharon Marie Medeiros 

Accounting 




Kimberly Beth Melo 

Psychology 



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Elizabeth Ann Michael 

Humanities-Social Sciences 





Christopher L. Meisner 

Marketing 




Richard R. Menard 

Humanities-Social Sciences 




Lisa Ann Moniz 

Accounting 





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Claudia Lea Mele 

Finance 




Andrea Doane Meunier 

Sociology 




Adam B. Moran 

Marketing 




Kenneth Douglas Moran 

Electrical Engineering 



Eric Richard Morin 

Civil Engineering 



Michael Robert Morin 

Mechanical Engineering 



Rebecca Paige Morley 

Biology/Marine Biology 



67 




Karen Lynn Morrissette 

Psychology 




Alda G. Moura 

Nursing 




Kathleen Marie Mulligan 

Art Education 





George James Moses 

Management 




William Edward Mulkern 

Political Science 




Lori Ann Mullin 

English 





Marilyn Diane Moses 

Marketing 




Kimberley Erin Mullen 

Textile Design 




Christine Murphy 

English 





Christopher John Mosher 

Electrical Engineering 




Michelle Lori Mullen 

Visual Design 




Michael James Murphy 

Management 




Susan Anne Murphy 
Humanities-Social Sciences 



Michael A. Murray 

Computer Information Science 



Michael Anthony Nailor 

Mathematics 



Susie B. Narciso 

Finance 



68 




Scott Erik Nathan 

Management 




Stephen Moniz Neto 

English 




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Linwood Alan Noddin 

Biology/Marine Biology 





Joshua Tree Neimand 

English-Writing 




Paul Conrad Nitschke 

Biology/Marine Biology 




Michael Burke Norton 

Civil Engineering 





Edward Alexander Nosalek 

Finance 



Michael William Nossal 

Economics 



George Obichie 

Accounting 



Mary Marguerite O'Brien 

Biology 



69 





Tara Anne O'Brien 

Marketing 



Colleen Elizabeth O'Connor 

Mathematics 





Dawn J. Ohlson 

Humanities-Social Sciences 



William Joseph Oliveira, Jr. 

Computer Information Science 





Peter E. O'Donnell 

Biology /Marine Biology 




Jonathan Richard Oppenheim 

Accounting 




Jill Marie Owens 

Humanities-Social Sciences 





Laura Ann O'Gara 

Computer Engineering 




Mickey C. Outchcunis 

Visual Design 




Peter Pacheco 

Electrical Engineering 




Russell David Palmer 

Visual Design 



Athena Pandolf 

Textile Design 



70 




Diane Beverley Pappas 

Accounting 




Mark Edmund Parker 

Political Science 




Jayesh B. Patel 

Electrical Engineering 





Marc Richard Paquette 

Management 




Jennifer Maureen Parks 

Management 




Steven John Patkus 

Mechanical Engineering 





Diane Margaret Parry 

Nursing 




Brian Andrew Patnaude 

History 




Mark 


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Sculpture 


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Margaret Patricio 

Accounting 



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Danielle Marie Pavao 

Art Education 



Doris Jean Peckham 

Management 



Laurie Jean Peckham 

Humanities-Social Sciences 



Andrea M. Perakis 

Music 



71 




Yvonne Rose Perchard 

Art History 




Lisa Ann Peterman 

Humanities-Social Sciences 




Lisa Ann Perfetuo 

Political Science 




Stephanie Elizabeth Peters 

Humanities-Social Sciences 





Leslie Anne Perriello 

Marine Biology 




Helen Temple Pettway 

Textile Technology 




Joseph Richard Phelan 

Mechanical Engineering Tech. 





Christine Mary Peter 

Professional Writing 




Joy Lynn Pfeffer 

Visual Design-Metals 




Stacy L. Phillips 

Accounting 




Stacy Ann Pierce 
Finance 



Donna Marie Pimental 

Finance 



72 




Tara Michelle Pinansky 

Humanities-Social Sciences 




CoriAnne Pond 

Management 




Nicole Marie Porter 

Humanities-Social Sciences 





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Kenneth Lee Pirtle 

Civil Engineering 




Deborah Anne Ponte 

Business Information Systems 




Nancy M. Potter 

Music 





Anthony John Poente, Jr. 

Management 




George Ponte 

Political Science 




Matthew Andre Poyant 

Visual Design-Photography 





Lisa Rene Polselli 

Humanities-Social Sciences 




Melissa J. Pontes 

Visual Design 




Kimberly Ann Prall 

Textile Design 




Elizette Pascoal Quadros 

Management 



James E. Quinn 

Visual Design-Photography 



Annette P. Racine 

Humanities-Social Sciences 



Peter James Racine 

Accounting 



73 




Diane Marie Radula 

Accounting 




Sharon Rose Rebello 

Marketing 




Siobhan Marie Reese 

Visual Design-Typography 





Kim Marie Raf f i 

Management 




Tiffiney Ann Rebello 

Psychology 




Christine Marie Regan 

English-Writing 





Thomas R. Ranley 

Sociology-Criminal Justice 




Maria J. Rebelo 

Management 







Kimberly Lyons Reid 

Sociology-Criminal Justice 





Paul Joel Rauker 

Accounting 




Jennifer Shawn Reed 

English-Writing 




Lisa Renaud 

Humanities-Social Sciences 




Lisa Langley Reppucci 

1 luman Resources Management 



Maria E. Resendes 

Management 



Guy Francis Rezendes 

Civil Engineering 



Mary Elizabeth Ribeiro 

English-Writing 



74 




Natalie Lynne Richardson 

Sociology 




Lisa Ann Rizzo 

Biology / Psychology 




Lori A. Roderigues 

Accounting 





Adam Keith Risedorf 

Textile Technology 




Kevin Michael Roach 

Marketing 




Melissa A. Rodrigues 

Accounting 





James Russell Robida 

Civil Engineering 



Hilaria A. Rocha 

Portuguese 





Lynn Elizabeth Rogler 

Psychology 



Kimberly Ann Rose 

Marketing 





Seth Thomas Rosenfield 

Psychology 



Heather Anne Ross 

Management 



Dawn K. Rounds 

History 



Laurie Anne Rowe 

Humanities-Social Sciences 



75 




Jill Marie Rowell 

Accounting 




Eric John Sabo 

Biology /Marine Biology 




Kristine Marie Sannicandro 

Accounting 




Kurt Andrew Ruchala 

Mechanical Engineering 

DE/\D 




Brian T. Saccone 

English 




Jennifer Lee Santoro 

Finance 





Thomas Joseph Ruff 

Marketing 




Maher Salim Salha 

Computer Engineering 




Cheryl A. Santos 

Nursing 





Victoria R. Sabija 

Psychology 




Tamara Marie Sanna 

Accounting 




Nancy Gama Santos 

Marketing 




Michael Saraceno 

Management 



Deborah Figueira Sardinha 

Biology 



76 




Karen Donna Saucier 

Accounting 









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Lauren Christina Scalesse 

Sociology-Criminal Justice 




Laurie Anne Schiavone 

Management 





Theresa Ann Saucier 

Economics/Political Science 




Kristi Ann Schabacker 

Psychology 




Paul Andrew Schmidt 

Electrical Engineering 





Becky Schweighardt 

Biology 



Lauren Kathleen Searle 

Accounting 





Jennifer Ann Sears 

Political Sci. /Humanities-Social Sci. 



Suzanne Sena 

Biology 



Heidi Lynne-Anne Shaw 

Psychology 



Laura Ann Shaw 

Accounting 



77 




Jennifer Arline Shea 

Humanities-Social Sciences 




Timothy Francis Sheehan 

Biology /Marine Biology 




Erin Shields 

Marketing 




Suzanne Shea 

Political Science 








Kimberly M. Sherman 

Accounting 




Steven Gerard Shipman 

Finance 





Beth Ann Sheehan 

Humanities-Social Sciences 




William Henry Sherry 

Physics 




Jeffrey Silva 

Finance 





Daniel Joseph Sheehan, Jr. 

Civil Engineering 




Craig John Shevlin 

Visual Design-Illustration 




Margaret Marie Silva 

Business Administration 




Michael Glenn Silva 

Electrical Engineering Technology 



Steven Jeffrey Silva 

Accounting 



78 




Rosemarie Silveira 

Accounting 




Gene Brian Sims 

Humanities-Social Sciences 




Jody Sontag 

Humanities-Social Sciences 





Toni-Lynn Silvia 

Human Resources Managment 




Sonya Elizabeth Smiddy 

Humanities-Social Sciences 




Joshua Sorkin 

Finance 












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Debra S. Simmons 

English 




Elaine Marie Soares 

Sociology-Social Services 




Paula Ann Soucie 

Accounting 





Darren Michael Simonelli 

Mechanical Engineering 




Daniela Sofia 

Finance 




Steven William Soucy 

English 




Nelia Sousa 

Textile Design 



Paul Sousa 

Management 



James Allan Souza 

Accounting 



Kimberly Marie Souza 

Accounting/Textile Design 



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Carol Ann Spagone 

Nursing 




John Raymond St. Germain 

Electrical Engineering 




Christine Lynn Starratt 

Humanities-Soc. Sci. /Psychology 





Patricia Ann Spellman 

Sociology-Social Services 




Danielle Lynn St. Jean 

Psychology 




Michele Leanne Steel 

Psychology 





Jeremy Kurt Spiegel 

Visual Design-Illustration 





Rebecca Lori St. Pierre 

Humanities-Social Sciences 




Christina Claire Stidsen 

Nursing 





Laura Christine Squillante 

Visual Design 




Dawn Marie Stanick 

Accounting 




John Eric Still 

Humanities-Social Sciences 




Jennifer A. Stines 

Accounting 



Jodith Ellen Stoddard 

Art Education 



Beth Anne Stowell 

Nursing 



Gary Allen Stys 

Management 



80 




James Patrick Sullivan 

Management 




Maureen Ellen Sullivan 

Human Resources Management 




Marc Phillip Sylvia 

Marketing 





Kimberly Marie Sullivan 

Spanish 




Eileen Elizabeth Sweeney 

Visual Design-Illustration 




Susan Szargowicz 

Marketing 





Lisa Rose Szynal 

Marketing 



Suzanne Elizabeth Talbot 

Humanities-Social Sciences 



John Man Tarn, Jr. 

Electrical Engineering 



Michael David Tanner 

Finance 



81 




Ana Paula Tavares 

Nursing 




Candance E. Thompson 

Visual Design 




Matthew Andrew Thibault 

Accounting 




Christopher Paul Thorns 

Marketing 





Jennifer Victoria Thibeault 

Psychology 




Kathryn Mary Tolini 

English-Writing 




Debra Amy Torosian 

Spanish 





Heather Alison Thomas 

Psychology 




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Elizabeth Ponte Torchia 

Psychology 




Caron Marie Toth 

Accounting 




Kimberly Ann Treneer 

Visual Design-Typography 



Anthony R. Truglia 

Humanities-Social Sciences 



82 




Elleni Tsegaye 

Human Resources Management 




Elizabeth Katherine Vacca 

Political Science 




Jeffrey Allen Verre 

Marketing 





Kelli Lynn Turano 

Nursing 




Carlos Valdez 

Electrical Engineering Technology 




Joseph Dante Verri 

Finance 





Zora Aleace Gale Valentine 

Management 



John Robert Ventura 

History 





David John Vicino 

Biology 



Jennifer Ann Vieira 

Human Resources Management 





Charles Joseph Viera 

Marketing 



Gordon A. Vinther, Jr. 

Mechanical Engineering Tech. 



Christine Michelle Violette 

Management 



Kristen Leigh Waddle 

Nursing 



83 




Judith E. Wallace 

English / English-Writing 




Barbara Jean Way 

Business Information Systems 




Nathan J. Welch 

Marketing 





James L. Walsh, Jr. 

Finance 




Daniel Webb 

Management 




Mark W. Wentzell 

Management 





Roger Vincent Ward 

Humanities-Social Sciences 




Kenneth Michael Webb 

Economics 




Craig F. Weston 

Civil Engineering 





Sheryl Ann Washer 

Visual Design-Illustration 




Annemarie Weber 

Management 




Laurie Marie White 

Visual Design 




Leslie Christine Whitehead 

Nursing 



Kym Marie Whitney 

Psychology 



William F. Whitty 

Political Science 



Lynne Kathleen Wickman 

Visual Design 



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Michael Edward Wikar 

Political Science 




Stacie Lynn Witherell 

Mathematics 




Daniel James Wood 

English-Writing 





Timothy Raymond Wilding 

Accounting 




Christopher P. Wnek 

Humanities-Social Sciences 




Dawn A. Young 

Management 





Kery Joan Wilkie 

Spanish 




Stephanie Huantong Wong 

Computer Information Science 




Jack Young 

Marketing 




Michelle Marie Williams 

English 




Stephen W. Wong 

Electrical Engineering 




Kristin Marie Youngclaus 

Management 



Hong Zhu 

Electrical Engineering 



Selena Zubrowski 

Textile Design 




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Damiane Braun Adamczyk 

Yolanda Ivette Adames 

Christopher Olubunmi Adejumo 

Leonard Aguiar 

Dianne Louise Albert-Bosworth 

Leora Ann Aldrich 

Michael Paul Alexandrian 

Robert C. Allain, Jr. 

Matthew John Allan 

Heather Jean Allen 

Michael Lawrence Allen 

Manuel Germain Amaral 

Stephen Brooks Anderson, Jr. 

Alesia Ann Andrade 

Lucilia Andrade 

Nancy Ellen Andrade 

William Mark Anjos 

Paul Anselmo 

Judith Ann Araujo 

Donald Barrie Armf ield, Jr. 

Damon R. Aronson 

Kelly A. Arruda 

David Paul Arseneau 

Kimberly D. Arthur 

Paul Allen Asnes 

Louise Alice Athaide 

O. Scott Atkinson 

Paul Gerard Atkinson 

Scott John August 

Michelle Ann Avila 

Charlene Marie Avilla 

Diane Rosalia Azevedo-Carnes 

Ntozake Nydia Baako 

Wilson Bajandas 

Thomas William Baldwin 

Robert H. Balkind 

Francisco Baptista, Jr. 

Carole A. Baptiste 

Judith Ann Baptiste-Drew 

Leslie Anne Barboza 

William Alan Barton 

Deborah Sears Bastoni 

Octavia Margarida Batista 

Ioanis Eystratios Batjakas 

Michael Raymond Bayliss 

Theresa Leigh Bazarewsky 

Xuhai Be 

Danette Marie Bealer 

Richard Charles Beaudry 

John-Peter Beausoleil 

Joanne Elaine Bedard 

Teresa Flowers Beirola 

Nancy Anne Bejtlich 

Ann Marie Belanger 

Michelle Lenore Belanger 

Lori A. Bellavance 

Scott Manuel Benevides 

Thomas V. Benevides 



Marketing 

Humanities-Social Sciences 

Visual Design 

Accounting 

Humanities-Social Sciences 

Psychology 

Mechanical Engineering 

Humanities-Social Sciences 

Chemistry 

Art 

Chemisrty 

Accounting 

Finance / Mamagement 

Psychology 

Psychology 

Sociology 

Management 

Electrical Engineering Tech. 

Art Education 

Computer Info. Science 

Political Science 

Humanities-Social Sciences 

Mechanical Engineering 

Humanities-Social Sciences 

Humanities-Social Sciences 

Management 

Marine Biology 

Mathematics 

Electrical Engineering 

Psychology 

Accounting 

Visual Design 

Philosophy 

Spanish 

Electrical Engineering Tech. 

Computer Engineering 

Electrical Engineering Tech. 

Nursing 

Sociology 

Accounting 

Marine Biology 

Psychology 

Portuguese 

Marine Biology 

Management 

Accounting 

Chemistry 

Nursing 

Computer Engineering 

English-Writing 

Professional Writing 

English-Writing 

Professional Writing 

Nursing 

Nursing 

Electrical Engineering 

History 

Electrical Engineering 



Walter A. Benjamin 
Norman Paul Benjamin, Jr. 
Mark James Bernardo 
Bernadette Marie Berry 
Christine Spoor Bertrand 
John Thomas Bettencourt 
Lynn Ann Beven 
Lawrence Reynold Bevens 
Moira Louise Birch 
John Paul Birtz 
Lori Ann Blanchette 
John William Boardman 
Derek Allen Bogart 
Richard Paul Bonner 
Ann M. Borges 
David Richard Borges 
Rose Mary Angela Borges 
Tina C. Borges 
David Gerald Borkman 
Jeffrey Michael Bourgeois 
Joan Thompson Bourget 
Scott Joseph Bousquet 
Heather M. Boyer 
Christopher B. Boyko 
Alfred Donald Bradley 
Kelly Ann Brady 
Shelley Anne Braga 
Nora Ellen Branchaud 
Duane E. K. Bridges 
Robert Hale Briggs, Jr. 
Gail F. Brimicombe 
Jean M. Britto 
Melissa Lyn Brown 
David Andrew Brownhill 
Barbara Carol Buchanan 
Rani Vinette Burd 
Shannon Elizabeth Burke 
Jennifer Anne Burlingame 
Ellen A. Burns-Rooney 
Vivian Jeanette Bussiere 
Jill Ann Byers 
Susan Elizabeth Cabral 
Wanda Marie Cabral 
Samantha Anne Cail 
Maureen Lucille Cain 
Carol Patricia Camaioni 
Lisa Ann Camara 
Natalie Camara 
Maria C. Campos 
John Joseph Cannistraro 
Marc Denis Cardinal 
Frederic Keith Carpenter 
Lysa Ann Carpenter-Amaral 
Stephen Carreiro 
Nancy Anne Carvalho 
Sandra Marisa Carvalho 
Veronica Angela Casey 
Kellie Marie Cayton 



Sociology-Criminal Justice 

Psychology 

Painting 

Accounting 

Psychology 

Sociology-Criminal Justice 

Sociology 

Computer Engineering 

Painting 

Mechanical Engineering 

English 

Biology 

Political Science 

Art 

Accounting 

Political Science 

Psychology 

Portuguese 

Marine Biology 

Sociology-Criminal Justice 

Sociology 

Political Science 

History 

Marine Biology 

Art Education 

Psychology 

Visual Design-Photography 

Management /Psychology 

Electrical /Computer Engin. 

Psychology 

Art Education 

Accounting 

Nursing 

Electrical Engineering 

Biology 

Multidisciplinary Studies 

Finance 

Political Science 

English-Writing 

Psychology 

Textile Design 

Accounting 

Accounting 

English-Writing 

Nursing 

Electrical Engineering 

English 

Accounting 

Accounting 

Management 

Computer Engineering 

Sociology-Anthropology 

Art Education 

Electrical Engineering 

Business Administration 

Multidisciplinary Studies 

Business Administration 

Nursing 



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Paul Anthony Cesarini 
Sheng-Yen Chang 
Robert Scott Chaphe 
Meredith Susan Charest 
Steven Bryant Chausse 
Christian John Cheetham 
Jianzhong Chen 
Xiaohe Chen 
Ziyi Chen 
Peiwen Cheng 
Joanna Cheretis 
Mark Vincent Chester 
John H. Chisholm 
Nina Mia Cipollini 
Todd Michael Cirillo 
John David Ciullo 
Jennifer Mary Clark 
Jeffrey David Cobb 
Donald Wayne Cof er 
David Raymond Cofsky 
George A. Collard 
David William Collins 
Michael Edward Collins 
Herman T. Cook 
Jason Matthew Cooke 
Charlene Marie Coons 
Rosida Coowar 
Paul Anthony Corchado 
Michael James Corkery 
Cynthia Correia 
John Gaspar Correia 
Matthew C. Correia 
Manuel C. E. Correia-Branco 
Carol Ann Costa 
Robert Alan Costa 
Tina Rouxinol Costa 
Maureen Costello 
David Donald Coughanowr 
Aimee Lucille Coulombe 
Yvonne Anita Coursey 
James Blaine Cousens, Jr. 
Douglas Robert Coute 
Rhonda Charest Couto 
Tara Lynne Cowan 
Karen Denise Craig 
Karen Marie Cronin 
Cathryn Doris Crouse 
Matthew D. Crowley 
Christine Marie Cummings 
Eric William Currey 
Kristine Maire Curry 
Kristen Elizabeth Curtin 
Richard Edward Cushing 
Jacinto Michael d'Almeida 
Robert DaCamara 
Arthur Edward Daigle 
Thomas Alan Danahy 
Kimberly Rebecca Dane 
Richard Leo Daniello 
Karen A. Daniels 
Sean Eric Daniels 
Carlotta Miller Danzante 
Diane J. Sulyma Davignon 



English-Writing 

Textile Chemistry 

Management 

Accounting 

Visual Design-Illustration 

Political Science 

Electrical Engineering 

Chemistry 

Physics 

Chemistry 

Management 

Mechanical Engineering 

Biology /Marine Biology 

Humanities-Social Sciences 

Finance 

Humanites-Social Sciences 

Mathematics 

Business Administration 

Accounting 

Electrical Engineering 

Sociology 

Economics 

Marine Biology 

Accounting 

Marketing 

Humanities-Scoial Sciences 

Electrical Engineering 

Humanities-Social Sciences 

Biology 

English/History 

Economics 

Economics 

Humanities-Social Sciences 

Nursing 

Computer Info. Science 

Humanities-Social Sciences 

Visual Design 

Computer Engineering 

Nursing 

Marine Biology 

Art Education 

Electrical Engineering 

Accounting 

Psychology 

Humanities-Social Sciences 

Business Administration 

Nursing 

Mathematics 

Art Education 

Spanish 

Humanities-Social Sciences 

Nursing 

Computer Info. Science 

Mechanical Engineering Tec 

Civil Engineering 

Business Info. Systems 

Multidisciplinary Studies 

Ecomnomics 

Political Science 

Chemistry 

Electrical Engineering 

Visual Design 

Psychology 



Geraldine Cook Davis 
Douglas James DeAmaral 
Christopher James De Maria 
Shaye Marie DeMello 
Daniel John de Mendonca 
Jane Elizabeth DePina 
Manuel Joseph DeSouza, Jr. 
Janis H. DeValles, R. N. 
Paulette Deakin 
Jean Marie Delia Rocco 
Tamara Lee Demers 
Tammy Hui Ming Deng 
Timothy James Dermody 
Mary Dolors DiBenedetto 
John Paul DiLiddo, Jr. 
Timothy Allen Diamantoni 
Brad Arthur Dillman 
Winifred Durf ee Dimock 
Peter Raymond Dlugosinski 
Rosemary Irene Dobosz 
Joyce Marie Dolin 
Lisa Marie Domingues 
Christine Anne Donovan 
Lyn A. Dooling 
Erik Christpher Dorsey 
Victor Graciano Dos Santos 
Barbara Margarita Doyle 
James Brian Doyle 
Mayra N. Doyle 
Tracy Lyn Doyle 
Matthew Brian Driscoll 
Michael Joseph Duarte 
John Arthur Duffy, Jr. 
Renay Louise Dugas 
John Richard Dumas 
Rose Marie Dupont 
Gary D. Duquette 
Maria Lurdes Duval 
Thomas Arsene Duval 
Christopher Thomas Ellis 
Debra Ann Ellis 
Karen Kay Emmett 
Deborah Lynn Esperian 
Kathleen J. Evans 
Mark Fraser Evans 
Charles Norman Farris 
Andrew William Fay 
Carlene M. Fernandes 
Kerri Ann Fernandes 
Luis M. Fernandes 
Clara Costa Ferreira 
Olga Lucia Marin Ferreira 
Roberta Anne Ferreira 
Erin Mary Finn 
Keiko Fitzpatrick 
Joseph P. Flanagan 
Edward J. Flavin 
Kenneth John Flavin 
Kevin Charles Fletcher 
Michael S. Flory 
Kevin Chase Flynn 
Stephen Wilmarth Flynn 
William F. Flynn 



Professional Writing 

Management 

English/Writing 

History 

Chemistry 

Art Education 

Management 

Humanities-Social Sciences 

Accounting 

Art Education 

Psychology 

Computer Oriented Math. 

Political Science 

Marketing 

Marketing 

Mathematics 

Finance 

Professional Writing 

History 

Art 

Nursing 

Humanities-Social Sciences 

Humanities-Scoial Sciences 

Professional Writing 

Management 

Management 

Management 

Marketing 

Management 

Biology 

History 

Computer Info. Science 

Economics 

Human Res. Management 

Visual Design 

Sociology 

Mathematics 

Accounting 

Accounting 

Accounting 

Electrical Engineering Tech. 

Painting 

Accounting 

Textile Design 

Economics 

Marine Biology 

Sociology 

Accounting 

Biology 

Computer Info. Science 

Accounting 

Civil Engineering 

Nursing 

Art Education 

Accounting 

Management 

Civil Engineering 

English-Writing 

Psychology 

Mechanical Engineering Tech 

Finance 

Humanities-Social Sciences 

Electrical Engineering Tech. 



87 



Michael J. Foley 
Dennis Joseph Forfa 
Karen Eileen Foster 
Patrick Foster 
Kenneth J. Frade 
Joseph Andrew Francis 
Pamela Lynne Franzoni 
Peter Adam Freedman 
Joseph Roman Freeman 
Lisa Christine Freeman 
Daniel Scott Freitas 
Stephen Sherwood Freiter 
Fen-Ni Fu 
Brigita Fuhrmann 
Christine Patricia Fuller 
Judy Bernadette Gabriel-Card 
Gina Maria Gagliardi 
Paul Anthony Gagnon 
Richard R. Gagnon 
Timothy Patrick Gallagher 
Laura June Gandolfo 
Kim Marie Ganeto 
Manuella Jean Ganeto 
Jorge Miguel Garcia 
Salador Fernandes Garcia 
William John Garcia 
Kerry Ellen Garde 
Cynthia Rebecca Garnett 
Neal A. Gaspar 
C. H. Geisslinger 
Michael Steven Gelbwasser 
Brian Roger Gendreau 
Alan William Genereux 
Todd Russel Gerstein 
Jolene Marie Giacobbe 
Susan Lynn Gifford 
Thomas Roland Girouard 
Kathleen McMahon Glover 
Daniel Derrick Gonsalves 
Nancy J. Goulart 
Dawne Marie Goulet 
Matthew William Grace 
Monique L. Grace 
Christopher Thomas Green 
Linda Louise Gregory 
Patricia Marie Grindell 
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World Events 



Both Croatia and Slovenia proclaimed independence 
on June 25, and within 24 hours, military tanks were 
rolling toward border crossings and airports, at- 
tempting to secure the country. The trade of artillery 
fire began. 

Strong ethnic and political divisions have existed in 
the country for centuries, but the peaceful co-exist- 
ence that has maintained in the region for decades 
has splintered. 

Serbia's Communist-turned-Socialist president, 
Slobodan Miloevic, wants Yugoslavia to survive as a 
federation even if Slovenia and Croatia secede. But he 
says the Serb minority in Croatia of covertly backing 
Serbian militants in the neighboring republic who are 
fighting for territory. 

The Croatians claim the federal army is siding with 
insurgents, a charge the army denies. 

More than 5,000 people have been killed since civil 
war began in Yugoslavia, and the count is still rising. 




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Desert Storm Commander General H. Norman 
Schwarzkopf gave a thumbs up to the crowd as he 
made his way up Broadway during New York's 
Operation Welcome Home ticker tape parade in 
June 1991 . A fireworks extravaganza capped off the 
celebration. 

Schwarzkopf, General Colin Powell and Defense 
Secretary Dick Cheney were the grand marshals of 
the New York parade, with over 600,000 people 
turning out to welcome the soldiers home. More 
than 1 million people attended a welcome home 
parade May 19 in Hollywood, and an estimated 
800,000 turned out for the parade in Washington. 

"U.S.A.! U.S.A.!" The flag-waving crowd chanted 
during a half-hour of nighttime fireworks over the 
East River in New York City. The $1 million d isplay 
was accompanied by the New York Pops Orches- 
tra. A teary-eyed Korean War veteran said, "These 
young boys put their lives on the line and now 
they're getting their reward." 




Life has not been the same for law professor Anita Hill since 
going public with allegations that Supreme Court Justice 
Clarence Thomas sexually harassed her nearly a decade ago. 

Hill was valedictorian of her high school in 1973 and went on 
to Oklahoma State University as a National Merit Scholar, 
graduating in 1977 with a degree in Psychology. From there 
she went to Yale University to receive a law degree in 1980. 

Most friends and colleagues described her the same way — 
honest, sincere and a principled person. 

Although Thomas was confirmed, professor Hill insisted that 
by letting her story be known that she had accomplished 
everything she set out to do. "All that's happened has made 
the general public much more aware of sexual harassment 
than ever before," said Hill. 

She offered one piece of advice to victims of sexual harassment, 
"Try to find somebody who can help make you feel that you 
are not at fault. Find someone you can trust because you can't 
take it all out on yourself, you can't internalize it." 



Forty-three year old Clarence Thomas grew up poor, Black 
and Democratic on Pinpoint, Georgia, but later switched 
parties and became a controversial symbol of Black conser- 
vatism. 

"Only in America," Thomas said after President Bush an- 
nounced his nomination as the second Black justice on the 
Supreme Court. Thomas will succeed Thurgood Marshall 
who has retired. 

Prior to Thomas' nomination to the Supreme Court, he 
served as an assistant to Sen. John Danforth (R-Mo.), seven 
years as chairman of the Equal Employment Opportunity 
Commission and a judge of the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals 
for the District of Columbia. 

In addition to the controversy of Thomas' legal views, a 
charge of sexual harassment was brought against him by law 
professor Anita Hill. Thomas vehemently denied the alle- 
gations and said, "This is Kafkaesque. Enough is enough." 

After much debate over who was right and who was wrong 
- Clarence Thomas, Anita Hill, the system itself - the United 
States Senate voted to confirm him. 

On October 18, 1991, Clarence Thomas became the 106th 
United States Supreme Court Justice. 




Magic Johnson, whose beaming smile and sparkling play 
entertained basketball fans for more than a decade, announced 
on November 7, 1991, that he had tested positive for the AIDS 
virus and was retiring. 

"Because of the HIV virus I have attained, I will have to 
announce my retirement from the Lakers today," Johnson 
told reporters at the Forum, where he played for 12 superstar 
seasons with the Los Angeles Lakers. 

"I plan on going on, living for a long time," he said. Johnson 
said he would become an AIDS activist and campaign for safe 
sex. 

More than just a basketball star who led the Lakers to five 
NBA championships, Johnson has been a philanthropist, a 
prominent corporate spokesman and a role model for young 
people. His broad grin, familiar nickname and electrifying 
ability have made him familiar to people around the world. 

"I'm going to go on, I'm going to beat it and I'm going to have 
fun," he insisted, displaying some of the irrepressible zest for 
life that be brought daily to the basketball court. 

Johnson, whose given name is Earvin, received his nickname 
from a Lansing, Michigan, sports writer after a 36-point, 18- 
rebound, 16-assist performance in high school. 





After all the twists, turns and tension, the 
closest of World Series ended in the closest 
of games. 

The Minnesota Twins and Jack Morris 
squeezed past the Atlanta Braves 1-0 on 
pinch-hitter Gene Larkin's single in the 
bottom of the 10th inning on October 27, 
1991, to win Game 7 and end baseball's 
most dramatic odyssey. 

Never before had three series games gone 
into extra innings, and the Braves and 
Twins saved the best for last, matching 
zero for zero, pressure pitch for pitch 
even turning back bases-loaded threats 
in the same inning. 

"Someone had to go home a loser, but 
there's no loser in my mind," Morris said. 
"Those are two of the greatest teams. I 
just didn't want to quit. Somehow, we 
found a way to win this thing." 



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Soviet President Mikhail S. Gorbachev and his family were placed 
under house arrest in the Crimea on August 19, 1991, as an eight-man 
emergency committee led by Vice President Gennady Yanayev took 
power in a coup attempt in the Soviet Union. 

Crowds of perplexed people wandered among the many Soviet tanks 
parked behind the Red Square during the military coup hours. (In the 
background is St. Basil's Cathedral). 

Yeltsin called on Russians to resist the takeover, and resist they did. 
Constructing a protective human wall around Yeltsin's headquarters, 
his supporters demanded Gorbachev's return. 

On Wednesday, as the Communist Party denounced the takeover, 
Yanayev and the other coup leaders fled Moscow. Latvia and Estonia 
declared immediate independence from the Soviet Union. 

The coup had failed, and before the day was through, all coup leaders 
were arrested except for Interior Minister Boris Pugo, who reportedly 
killed himself. 

Russian President Boris Yeltsin waved the white-blue-and-red Russian 
tricolor flag from the Russian Federation building before a crowd of 
about 100,000 jubilant supporters celebrating the end of the three-day 
coup attempt. Bodyguards held bulletproof shields in front of him. 

In addition to telephone service being cut to all KGB buildings and 
Gorbachev naming a new chief of the KGB, the statue of the founder 
of the KGB was toppled while thousands of Muscovites watched. 
Freedom has come to the Soviet Union. 








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President F. W. de Klerk, African National Congress 
president Nelson Mandela and Zulu Inkatha leader 
Mangosuthu Buthelezi came together in September 
1991 when black and white leaders gathered to sign 
a peace pact in a bid to end faction fighting that has 
claimed hundreds of lives in South Africa. 

The accord, which created groups to investigate 
violent acts by police and citizens, marked the first 
joint agreement between the government and the 
two main black movements. 

It was also seen as an important test of whether the 
main political groups can work together for reforms 
to end white-minority rule. 

The government and the ANC reached a cease-fire 
in August 1990 and Mandela and Buthelezi agreed 
to peace terms in January 1991 . But in both instances, 
the violence raged on. 

At least 6,000 people have been killed in the past six 
years. 




Firefighters were unprepared for the sight they were met with in 
Kuwait — scores of oil wells sending plumes of red and orange 
flames 30 yards into the air. Oil lakes and soot blackened the 
sand. 

During the seven-month Iraqi occupation of Kuwait, more than 
730 oil wells were damaged or set ablaze. Firefighting crews 
have been able to extinguish 584 wells since the effort began in 
March 1991. 

When the effort to combat the blazes began in March, it took an 
average of four days to put out one well fire. Now the teams are 
averaging 8.5 wells each day, according to the Oil Minister 
Hamous al-Rquba. 

Oil experts say that if the effort continues at the same rate, the 
wells should be capped before the end of the year, earlier than 
the projected date of March 1992. 

The faster rate of progress has been attributed to the increase in 
the number of firefighting companies, the availability of needed 
equipment, the completion of the water system and the growing 
experience of the firefighters. 

Teams from the United States, Canada, China, Iran, Kuwait, 
Hungary and France are all working together to clean up this 
environmental disaster. 



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On July 11, 1991, the moon slipped over the sun 
in the celestial ceremony of the eclipse, turning 
day into night for thousands of viewers and 
scientists. 

About 500 astronomers and tens of thousands 
of tourists came to see the moon line up between 
the sun and Earth and plunge into darkness a 
160-mile-wide swatch stretching from Hawaii 
to Mexico's Baja Peninsula, central and south- 
ern Mexico, Central America, Colombia and 
Brazil. 

One after another, spectators around the 
mountaintop astronomy observatory in Hawaii 
exclaimed, "Oh, my God!" as the sky went 
dark. This was the first time an eclipse path of 
totality passed over a major observatory, sci- 
entists said. 

One objective of the scientists was to learn more 
about why the sun's corona is about 3 million 
degrees Fahrenheit, while the sun's surface is 
only 10,000 degrees. Other experiments in- 
volved taking photos through the sun's atmo- 
sphere and watching the effect on Earth's at- 
mosphere by the swift passage of the moon's 
shadow. 




Terry Anderson emerged on December 4, 1991, 
from the dark hole of 6 x /i years of captivity in 
Lebanon and was handed over to U.S. officials, 
ending a brutal hostage ordeal for both himself 
and the United States. 

Asked what had kept him going in captivity, 
Anderson, the chief Middle East correspondent 
for The Associated Press, said it was his com- 
panions, his faith and his stubbornness. 

"You just do what you have to do," he said. "You 
wake up every day and summon up energy 
from somewhere, and you get through the day, 
day after day after day." 

The freedom of Anderson marked the end of a 
hostage saga that haunted two American presi- 
dencies. 

He was the 13th and last American captive 
freed since Shiite extremists in 1984 launched a 
campaign of seizing foreigners in Lebanon to 
drive out Western influence which they claimed 
corrumpted the nation. Many of the Americans 
were tortured and beaten during their captivity, 
and three died. 



Photographs and captions in this section courtesy of Associated Press © 1992 



Terry Anderson is shown in Wiesbaden, Ger- 
many, on December 5, 1991, with former hos- 
tages Joseph Cicippio (left) and Alann Steen 
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Campus Center Dedication 



The University Of Massachusetts Dartmouth had the 
privilege of honoring Senator William "Biff" Q. MacLean, 
Jr. on Friday afternoon, September 27. The Campus 
Center was dedicated in the Senator's name in recognition 
of his continued support to the university and its students. 
Senator MacLean made numerous contributions to the 
University throughout its history, including the appro- 
priations of funds to support the library, various campus 
buildings, and student scholarships. 

Despite some controversy over Chancellor John Brazil's 
recommendation of Senator MacLean, the dedication cer- 
emony was a successful one, attended by many students, 
faculty and local dignitaries. MacLean referred to the 
honor as "absolutely overwhelming." A bronze plaque 
was designed to be hung in the campus center to com- 
memorate the dedication and the efforts made by Senator 
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Spin winder 



During September, 1991 , an impressive sculpture was erected 
in order to symbolize the university's industrial and textile 
history. The Spinurinder serves to commemorate the textile 
industry as well as its impact upon this institution, and its 
predecessors, for nearly a century. The sculpture, designed 
by artist Nancy Holt, is "an abstraction of a turn of the century 
textile mechanism" and sits atop a buried time capsule con- 
taining textile artifacts. While the university's new name is a 
sign of change, the Spinwinder will stand as a strong reminder 
of the past. 




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Eisteddfod 



During the weekend of September 20th, UMass Dart- 
mouth was host to the twentieth anniversary celebra- 
tion of the Eisteddfod Folk Festival. This annual 
event, reminiscent of the traditional Scottish ceilidh, 
draws people from all over New England each au- 
tumn. This year, the festivities included folk con- 
certs, dancing, and craft workshops. Artisans of all 
types set up booths in the commuter cafeteria to 
display their hand-crafted artwork. Also available 
was a table to occupy tots while moms and dads 
browsed about. Eisteddfod provided a rare taste of 
tradition and was a weekend for all to enjoy. 



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Cultural Diversity Week 



Cultural Diversity week is a chance for members of the university to 
be exposed to the variety of cultures that comprise our society. From 
September 30 to October 5, a series of discussions, readings, films, 
workshops, and concerts were offered. Topics including racism, 
sexism, sexuality, physical disability, and even the issue of ecology 
and culture in the rainforests of New Guinea were discussed. Some 
of the featured musical performances included a Jazz set during the 
opening ceremony featuring Herbie King and Semenya McCord, a 
concert of Afro-Carribean Funk peformed by "Mikata," and a 
presentation of African drumming that involved members of the 
audience as well. Cultural Diversity week offered a wide variety of 
programs in hopes of closing the gaps between cultures. 





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Homecoming 



Many graduates returned to campus to celebrate their college days 
during the 1991 Homecoming weekend, held on October 25-27. The 
Alumni Association sponsored many events during the weekend to 
welcome back graduates to their renamed alma mater. 

On Friday evening, many individuals who had contributed to the 
athletic program were inducted into the 1 991 UMass Dartmouth Hall 
of Fame. The evening was filled with smiles, funny stories from years 
past, and rejuvenated comradeship. That night, the Rat returned to 
its original home in the Corsair's Cove, where the crowd kicked off 
the weekend to the sounds of Mark Hennessey. 

Saturday afternoon saw graduates gathered in parking lots 8 & 9 
where they enjoyed tailgate parties in the summer-like weather. 
Across Ring Road, the football team annihilated the Worcester State 
Lancers. The 55-14 slaughter set a school record in the Corsair's 
history. After the field hockey team's victory over Assumption 
College, the team played alumni for fun, showing off everyone's 
talents and bringing back good memories for all. Post-game festivi- 
ties took place in the Sunset Room, followed by a Monster Mash Bash 
in the Campus Center. 

On Sunday, the weekend was brought to a comic end in the Tripp 
Athletic Center with an alumni basketball game against the Harlem 
Wizards. The team of alumni made a valiant effort against the 
Wizards, who entertained the crowd with their globe-trotter style 
antics. 




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Back in Black 



Back in Black, an AC / DC cover band, played to a Campus Center 
crowd on Thursday, September 19. The band shook the walls 
with their authentic appearance and classic rock sounds. They 
covered the AC/DC era with classics like "Jailbreak" and ranging 
through more current songs like "Thunderstruck". 




Wheelchair Basketball 



On Thursday, October 3, the Disabled Student Services hosted its 
second annual wheelchair basketball game at the Tripp Athletic 
Center in conjunction with Cultural Diversity Week. Men and 
women from the UMass Dartmouth basketball teams battled 
against the members of the New England Paralyzed Veterans of 
America in a comical game which eventually ended in a tie. 




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Physical Graffiti 



The main auditorium was filled to capacity on Wednesday, No- 
vember 13 for the performance of Physical Graffiti. The Led 
Zeppelin tribute band rocked the audience with such songs as 
"Tangerine", "Going to California", and "Stairway to Heaven". The 
SAB-sponsored event was a huge success. 




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Outdoor Block Party 



On Friday, September 13, students gathered outside the Campus 
Center for the Outdoor Video Block Party. Three large video screens 
and a D.J. spinning Top 40 hits drew a large turnout. Everyone in 
attendance enjoyed dancing the night away under a starlit sky to 
celebrate the start of the fall semester. 




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Paula Poundstone 



The university's main auditorium was packed full on 
October 22 for the performance of comedienne Paula 
Poundstone. Boston comedian Rick Jenkins opened the 
show, warming up the crowd with jokes about the 
university's name change and heckling the tech crew 
for turning out the lights and leaving him onstage in the 
dark. 

Poundstone gained her popularity from numerous ap- 
pearances in comedy clubs, talk shows, and her own 
HBO special. The comedienne delighted the audience 
with anecdotes about everyday life. From jokes about 
her cats to spontaneously picking on members of the 
audience, Poundstone gave a performance that was 
thoroughly enjoyed by all. 








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EMF 



The Tripp Athletic Center was crowded with fans 
who came to see EMF perform with Carter the 
Unstoppable Sex Machine on November 22. Jim Bob 
and Fruitbat, the members of Carter USM, played an 
energetic set of their synthesized brand of alternative 
dance music, mainly consisting of songs from their 
latest effort, 30 Something. 

EMF took the stage and instantly got the crowd 
dancing, jumping and thrashing about. The five- 
man British band played everything from their al- 
bum Schubert Dip, including their hits "Unbeliev- 
able" (which lead singer James Atkin introduced as 
"this damn God-awful song"), "Lies",and "IBelieve". 
They also performed several new songs, much to the 
delight of the crowd. Later that night after the show, 
EMF visited the Sunset Room for some late-night fun 
with the locals. 



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Halloween 



Whether attending the Monster Mash Bash at the Campus 
Center, the costume party at White's in Westport, or 
hanging out with friends, most students were out to 
celebrate Halloween in some rather interesting get-ups. 




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Frank Santos 



On Wednesday, November 6, the senior class and the 
Student Activities Board sponsored the performance 
of the R-rated hypnotist, Frank Santos. There was an 
overwhelming turnout for this event. Students 
crowded the main auditorium to see Mr. Santos make 
his victims dance as ballerinas, become five year old 
children, play with martians, sing like their favorite 
rock stars, and perform many other outrageous dis- 
plays as the entire audience laughed along. It was a 
fun night of comedy and surprise. 




Family Feud 



On Wednesday, October 16, the Senior Class spon- 
sored the first annual Family Feud in the Corsair's 
Cove. This event, based on the famous television 
game show, was a complete success. Seventeen 
participating teams and student spectators packed 
the Cove, making this one of the best turnouts to kick 
off the year's events. Top prizes of T-shirts and gift 
certificates went to the Trustee's Team (first place), 
SAB (second), and "Four Men and a Lush" (third). 




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John Densmore 



The main auditorium was filled on November 19 to welcome John 
Densmore, former drummer of The Doors. He read passages from 
his book, Riders on the Storm, and talked about what it was like in the 
60's as a member of one of rock and roll's most influential bands. The 
crowd of Doors fans listened intently as he recalled both the good and 
bad times: how the band came about, his relationship with Jim 
Morrison, production of their first album, performing live, and drug 
use. Densmore also entertained the audience with a drum solo and 
showed old footage of the band in the recording studio. After a brief 
question-and-answer period, he was given a standing ovation, and 
later signed some autographs for fans. 




Stuart and Lori 



A small crowd in the main auditorium witnessed The Illusions of Stuart 
and Lori on October 10. The couple dazzled the spectators with a mix 
of comedy and magic stunts, many including the couple's pets and 
chosen victims from the audience. Stuart ended the show by escaping 
from a well-secured box, decked out in a UMass sweatshirt, much to the 
delight of the crowd. 




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Blood Drive 



Many volunteers selflessly donated blood during a two day blood 
drive held in Cedar Dell Sou th's Student Center and in the Residence 
Halls. Members of the Red Cross collected over 250 pints of blood, 
making this one of the most successful drives held at the university. 





Scott Harshbarger 



Scott Harshbarger, Massachusetts Attorney General, addressed a 
Campus Center crowd on Tuesday, October 29. Harshbarger urged 
students to be aware politically and to take an active part in the issues 
concerning our society. He stressed that such things as violence, the 
ailing environment and the quality of education can only be effected 
if people voice their views and implement change. 




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Winter Wonderland 



On Thursday, December 12, the Student Activities Board organized the 
first Winter Wonderland Ball. The semi-formal event was held at the 
Hawthorne Country Club, home of the annual Spring Ball. D.J. Chris 
Augusto played tunes that kept the crowd dancing the night away. 





100 Days 'til Graduation 



Seniors began the official countdown to graduation at the 100 Days 
'til Graduation Party, held on Thursday, February 20. The Campus 
Center event was sponsored by the Senior Class and attended by 
both excited and anxiety-stricken graduates who celebrated their 
final semester to the music provided by Mark Hennessey. 








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Lip Sync 



A diverse spectrum of music filled the commuter cafe during the Lip 
Sync held on Wednesday, February 26. Students performed pop and 
dance tunes or classic Van Halen, as well as a few surprises, entertaining 
a small but enthusiastic crowd. 

Slam-dancing made its way into the contest, when Paul Scannell and 
Matt Smith performed the quick set, "Muscle Head," and Chris Elgar 
couldn't resist with Right Said Fred's "I'm Too Sexy," but the prizes 
went to a hip-hop doo-wop performance, a country performance and 
a rap performance. 

4 for U took the top spot, a fifty-dollar prize, with a cut-and-paste 
medley of Boyz II Men. Their look as well as their moves smoothly 
emulated the quartet from Philly, and drew screams from many 
females in the audience. 

Kenny Rogers surfaced in a performance of "The Gambler" by Matt 
and Shamus. Their enactment of two card players brought the song to 
life and earned them thirty bucks while the crowd clapped and sang 
along. 

The twenty-dollar prize went to Rebels Without a Cause, for their in- 
tricate visualization of Public Enemy's "Can't Truss It." George Carter 
and Marc Turner portrayed Chuck D and Flavor Flav, respectively, 
and true to form. Carter and Turner began their performance with a 
live version of "It's So Hard To Say Goodbye" by Boyz II Men that 
inspired goose bumps, until they were reminded that they were 
supposed to be lip-syncing. Once the song began, military types 
marched on stage, and Carter and Turner lip synced PE's message. 




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Leary-Liddy Debate 




On Monday, February 24, students and members of the UMass 
community crammed the auditorium to witness a high-powered 
political and ethical debate between Dr. Timothy Leary and G. Gordan 
Liddy. The two jousted for nearly two hours, touching on such issues 
as narcotic use and the roles of the government and the individual in 
society. What made this serious, yet sometimes comical, debate so 
impressive was that it educated as much as it entertained - a quality 
achievement. 




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Spring Break 



This year, Friday, March 13 marked the beginning of Spring Break. 
While some enjoyed the sun and fun of such places as Florida and 
Cancun, the Senior Class Trip took many students to Montego Bay, 
Jamaica. Whether the ten-day stint was spent in the sun or on the 
slopes, Spring Break offered much needed rest and relaxation from 
the mid-semester crunch. 



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Spring Week 



Spring Week offered a variety of festivities to celebrate the 
approaching warmer seasons. The annual event kicked off on 
Tuesday, April 25 with a drive in movie, and continued through 
Saturday evening. A scavenger hunt and a concert fund raiser 
for the Society for Human Advancement through Rehabilita- 
tion Engineering Foundation (SHARE) also took place. Friday 
evening, students donned semi-formal wear for the Spring Ball, 
and on Saturday, Spring Week was wrapped up with the Video 
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Saturday Night Live Comedy 



Live from UMass Dartmouth, it' s. . . Saturday Night! On Saturday, April 4, two 
comedians of Saturday Night Live fame entertained a crowd that filled the 
Tripp Athletic Center. Local favorite Brian Frates opened the show. "Cajun 
Man" Adam Sandler followed with his own brand of ad-libbed comedy, and 
played his guitar singing about dating a chicken, and ended with his impression 
of Axl Rose. Rob Schneider's performance included parts of his infamous 
"Rickmeister" routine from the show, as well as other amusing anecdotes. 
Adam later rejoined Rob on stage for some hilarious duets about lunch ladies 
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50 Days 'til Graduation 



Members of the Senior Class gathered in the Campus Center to kick off the 
last leg of their college career on Thursday, April 9 with the 50 Days 'til 
Graduation Celebration. 




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Spring Ball 



The annual Spring Ball was held on Friday, April 24 at the 
Hawthorne Country Club. Although this year tickets took 
longer than usual to sell out, the large attendance proved that 
the Spring Ball remains the most popular SAB-sponsored activity. 
Couples and friends enjoyed dancing to the tunes provided by 
D.J. Chris Augusto and live music from the band Christopher 
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In Memory of 
Dr. Thomas A. Wassmer, SJ. 





Doctor Thomas Wassmer, Professor of Philosophy, was the epitome of 
Jesuit education. He was educated at Regis High School in New York and 
continued on to Fordham University, where he received his Doctorate in 
Philosophy. He had a strong base in the classics, in literature, and theology 
as well as in philosophy. Philosophy and particularly ethics was the center 
of his interests. 

Before his appointment at what was then Southeastern Massachusetts 
University, he had held academic appointments at Canisius College, 
LeMoyne College, St. Peter's College and Ohio University. The last twenty- 
one years of his career were devoted to the students on this campus. During 
his academic career he authored two books and over 60 articles in profes- 
sional journals. 

The appointments and the writings are indicative of a distinguished 
career. But if those facts about his scholarly life are all that we are aware of, 
we will have missed the depth and complexity of the man. He was very 
literally a philosopher, that is, a lover and pursuer of the truth. His mind was 
relentless in seeking new information and new insights. It was important to 

him to communicate this love of reflection and thinking for oneself to his students, and to his colleagues. He could tolerate 
mistakes in those trying to work things out for themselves, but he could not tolerate a refusal to try to think for oneself. 

He was a Jesuit priest, a religious person. But this did not lead to a dogmatic or an unquestioning attitude. He lived the 
tension between the pursuit of philosophy and the demands of faith, and set an example for others in balancing the demands. 

He was a wise counselor who was much sought out by students working their way through personal problems to a more 
autonomous life. His time, his caring and his sharing were always available for those needing help. 

His colleagues and his students will remember him as a vigorous, open-minded, loving person. Our lives have been deeply 
touched by him. 

John J. Fitzgerald 

Chairperson, Department of Philosophy 











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Intense concentration and thought, chills and excitement, awe and 
respect - these were feelings I experienced while listening to Professor 
Wassmer both in his classroom, as well as in my visits to his office here at 
UMass. He was an intellectual challenge to me. He encouraged his students 
to constantly question everything, especially the truths and beliefs presented 
to us by the "authorities": teachers, the legislature, the judiciary, and even 
the church. It saddened and angered him to experience students who 
quietly and submissively accepted what was taught to them. He encouraged 
autonomous thought, beliefs, and convictions, even to the point of borderline 
intimidation in his attempt to set afire the minds of the young. 

Professor Wassmer's pursuit of knowledge was a habitual process. His 
excitement with studying, investigating, questioning, learning, and the 
general love and enjoyment of life in general, is the most intense that I have 
ever seen. He created a folder, which I presently hold dear to me, in which 
he carefully cut out various newspaper, magazine, and journal articles that 
he knew would be of interest to me. Upon visiting him, he would read 
phrases with such an intensity that I was lead to share with him the wonder 
and beauty of life, love, happiness, and the pursuit of knowledge. I will miss 
this splendid interaction we shared. I believe Professor Wassmer desired to 
instill in his students to never cease questioning, examing, feeling, enjoying 
and loving. 

Suzanne Porter 

Philosophy/Sociology-Social Services Option 
Class of '93 



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In Memory of 
Bobby Greene 



Speaking to Bobby's Spirit: 
For Bobby Greene 
by Everett Hoagland 

When the community would fill up 
your answering machine with "Will you 
do a free-be?", you'd often respond too 
generously with a deep, warm, "Yes, in- 
dee-dee!" Affirmation and positivity were 
among the many gifts you shared with us, 
your concentric circles of kin, friends, ac- 
quaintances, making us whole: Music for 
the mind, body and soul; with solos, like 
an austerely warm glow in a big, dark 
place, your life-affirming, serene, ever- 
Greene music. 

In an uncreative response to the bit 
about credentials, the University balked 
at full-time status, but bought into what 
you taught, though much too cheaply. 

You taught personal dignity; you taught 
generosity of spirit; you taught a com- 
posed, orchestrated love; you taught a 
disciplined freedom and the sophistica- 
tion that is our jazz. And , you taught our 
school's most popular course; and they 
had you with brunch every Sunday - for 
free, cannibalizing your kindness. 

Your audiences responded to your in- 
tensely personal playing, your artistry 
making us unaware of all the practice, the 
requisite energy, discipline, concentration 
and the other rigors of good improvisation, 
which are the rigors of the artist. We heard 
but did not hear these things: the necessary 
independent attitude, the vulnerability 
mixed with courage, because improvisa- 
tion takes chances, every breath, every 
minute, every note, chord, riff takes 
chances toward a spontaneous composi- 
tion, coherence of voice, toward perfect 
pitch, toward masterful moments when 
every note and even every silence is musi- 
cal and the nodding or swaying or finger-popping or foot-tapping listener feels witness to magic in the making. 

And what is an African American life but an improvisation. Improvisation, the classic symbolic action for our survival, 
our existence. 

And so, you playing and your dying showed us how to live. Hopefully, we who knew you will be the afterlife of your 
harmonies, your grace notes, on this bandstand called the world, in this Grand Jam Session, this improvisation we call Life: 



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In Memory of 
David Andrews 



On March 12, 1989, David Andrews, a freshman visual design major, died in an accident after his car hit a patch of 
black ice in his hometown of Foster, R. I. During his brief time here at the University, he managed to make many friends, 
and it is for him that this memorial is written. 

As it was once stated by some friends in the March 1989 issue of the Torch, "We each have at least one special 
memory of Dave, whether it was a bright smile, a silly act, or a quick, "all-kowing" glance that will stick is our minds and in 
our hearts. Yet Dave's greatest trait was that he was always looking for ways to be happy." 

As we move on from this section of our lives into the "real world," there will be things that we will remember and 
take with us, and there will be things that we will leave behind. Hopefully, if we cannot continue to remember Dave, we will 
remember to follow his ideal to always be happy. With so many problems out there, like recession, pollution and AIDS, we 
should all try to keep Dave's love of life in our hearts, not only for him but for us. If we can make it through what we did 
freshman year, we can make it through anything. 

We send our love and our prayers to Mr. and Mrs. Andrews and to his sisters Tammy and Sue and their families, we 
hope you have found peace. We also would like to send regards to Heather Heebner for her courage and strength during 
such a difficult time. May Dave live in your heart forever. 

Although he was with us only a short time, David Andrews made a large impact on a select group of student's lives. 
May he rest in peace. 




Forever 

Time ticks the hours away quickly 

But slowly the hands tire; 

Almost dying. 

Every movement of the night lapses in a 

momentary rest. 
Except the beating of my heart 

And the pandemonium of thoughts racing through my 
mind 

As his eyes mentally caress my face 
And his body brushes mine; 
Almost touching. 

I'm scared. 
And I reflect to thoughts of past: 
His room, smokey, everyone laughing but 
The silence between us is deafening. 
So much smoke seperating yet encircling us. 
I couldn't fill his thoughts as he had mine, I wanted 
To touch him, feel him; make him mine but 
To do so would only strip be of 

my pretense. 
Many times my eyes had failed to meet his, and 
I would only suffer to dream what could be when 
I closed them. 
But now 

He moves closer and 
I can feel his breath; his warmth 
I am transparent; exposed; revealed 
Swallowed in the night and stripped of my mask and 
The key to my heart is in his hands. 
He knows it, 
He can feel it in my kiss 
I know it, I can't fight it 

and what is left is forever. 

-Composed by Heather Heebner 



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The following former students and employees of UMass Dartmouth are fondly remembered: 

Frederic Alpert 

Died November 19, 1991 

Former associate professor of management, member of the University of Massachusetts Board of Trustees, and treasurer and 
vice-chair of the UMass Dartmouh (SMU) Board of Trustees, chairman of Alperts, Inc., and South Dartmouth resident. Alpert 
was postumously awarded an honorary doctor of humane letters from UMass Dartmouth in May, 1992. 

John "Jack" Alves 

Died Wednesday, October 30, 1991 

Employed at UMass Dartmouth as a maintenance worker until his retirement. 

Kristen D. Barry 

Died January 6, 1992 

Member of the Class of 1994 and a math major at UMass Dartmouth. 

Manuel J. Cabral, Jr. 

Died November 18, 1991 

Employed as the supervisor of janitorial services at UMass Dartmouth for 21 years until retiring in March, 1991. 

Joseph P. Cannon 

Died October 4, 1991 

Member of the Class of 1995 at UMass Dartmouth. 

Anthony S. "Tony" Cardoza 

Died Friday, May 1, 1992 

Formerly employed as a custodian at Southeastern Massachusetts University until his retirement in 1989. 

Michael Crowly 

Died Friday, November 29, 1991 

Professor of mathematics at SMU from 1958 until his retirement in January, 1990. Member of the Mathematical Association 

of America and the Faculty Association at UMass Dartmouth. 

Margaret M. "Marge" (Hurley) Dorsey 

Died Friday, November 29, 1991 

Former volunteer rape crisis counselor for UMass Dartmouth and the Fall River area and secretary for computer services at 

UMass Dartmouth for 19 years. 

Bernard E. Dutra 

Died Thursday, October 24, 1991 

Former electronics technician in the physics and research department at Southeastern Massachusetts University, until retiring 

in 1985. 

Edna G. Erickson 

Died Wednesday, February 20, 1992 

Formerly employed as a secretary in the library and audio visual aids department of UMass Dartmouth. 

Debra J. Frates 

Died April 17, 1992 

Member of the Class of 1992 and psychology major at UMass Dartmouth. 

Lawrence S. Kennison 

Died December 2, 1991 

Former professor of mathematics at Southeastern Massachusetts University. 

Gilbert Reis 

Died Tuesday, June 2, 1992 

Formerly employed by UMass Dartmouth as a maintenance foreman. 

Manuel S. Silvia 

Former assistant professor at Southeastern Massachusetts University. 



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Honors Convocation 



The Seventh Annual Honors Convocation was held on April 22, 
and was an opportunity for members of the university to recog- 
nize the achievements of honor students and the recipients of 
various scholarships. The award for Achievement of Honors is 
given to the undergraduate students who have earned a cumula- 
tive grade point average between 3.20 and 3.79, and the award for 
Achievement of Highest Honors is given to students with a final 
GPA of 3.8 or higher. Graduating students who earned the Highest 
Scholastic Standing from each of the five colleges were also hon- 
ored. The first UMass Dartmouth Commonwealth Scholars were 
presented with special honor cords to wear during the gradua- 
tion exercises to signify their completion of the university's honors 
program. 





The first University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Common- 
wealth Scholars receive their "honors cords" from Dr. Joseph 
C. Deck, Interim Chancellor. Clockwise from top right: Theresa 
Saucier, Economics and Political Science major; Tammy 
Ilvonen, Marketing major; Kimberly Amaral, English major; 
and Eric Jermyn, Humanities/Social Sciences major. 



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Stephanie Fitzgerald, an English- Writing major, is awardedthe 
Highest Scholastic Standing in the College of Arts and Sciences 
by Dean Jean Doyle 




Dennis J. Forfa, an Art History major, is awarded the Highest 
Scholastic Standing in the College of Visual and Performing 
Arts by Dean Michael Taylor. 




The Highest Scholastic Standing in the College of Engineering is 
presented to Kar Ching Mak, an Electrical Engineering student, 
by Dean Bryce Andersen. 



Gail Motte receives the Highest Scholastic Standing in the College 
of Nursing from Professor Sonja Peterson. 




Joseph C. Deck, Interim Chancellor, welcomes the awards recipi- 
ents, students, and university members to the Seventh Annual 
Honors Convocation. 



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Judith L. Rizzi, EdD, Director of University Honors and Advising Programs, 
gives the Keynote Address entitled, "The Honors Journey, or An Honors Quest?" 



Christine L. DeMoranville reads the work that 
earned her first place in the Honors Essay Contest. 




Erik Thompson receives the Jaqueline Bazinet Cobert Scholarship Award 
from Professor Eleanor Carlson. 



The Rose Castonguay Memorial Scholarship is pre- 
sented to Angela S. Carter, a Nursing major, by Profes- 
sor Jean Maher. 



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Graduation-Honors Recognition 



On Friday evening, May 29, the university applauded the academic and leadership 
accomplishments of outstanding students at the annual Graduation-Honors Recog- 
nition Banquet. The event, held at White's Restaurant in Westport, was an opportu- 
I nity to honor significant student leaders and the students who earned top academic 
standings. 

Patricia A. Spellman, President of the Class of 1992 and Mistress of Ceremonies for 
the evenings festivities, welcomed the multitude of graduating seniors and family 
members that filled the banquet hall. Greetings were also made by Joseph Finnerty 
from the UMass Board of Trustees and Albert W. Caron, Jr. from the UMass 
Dartmouth Alumni Association. 

Interim Chancellor, Dr. Joseph C. Deck made the presentations of the Academic 
Awards to the students with the highest academic standings of each of the five 
colleges. Two students were selected from each college: one transfer student and one 
student that completed the necessary requirements at this university. Recipients 
from the College of Arts and Sciences included Stephanie M. Fitzgerald, an English 
major who received a 3.965 GPA, and Robert C. Allain, a transfer Humanities / Social 
Sciences major who earned a 3.983. From the College of Business and Industry, Daryl 
J. Densmore received a 3.838, majoring in Accounting, and Kathleen M. Humphrey, 
a transfer Management major, earned a 3.936. Kar Ching Mak ranked the highest in 
the College of Engineering with a 3.964 GPA in Electrical Engineering. Recipients 
from the College of Nursing included Gail D. Motte with a 3.964 in the Generic 
Nursing Program, and Lisa C. Freeman, a transfer student in the Registered Nursing 
Program, with 3.976. And from the College of Visual and Performing Arts, Laurel 
A. MacDonald (3.872) and Dennis J. Forfa, a transfer student (3.904), earned the 
highest honors, both majoring in Art History. 

Dr. Deck presented Katherine L. Carroll with the PHI PSI Award, in recognition of 
outstanding achievements scholastically and otherwise during senior year, and also 
presented Patricia Hathaway with the Angus Bailey Award, for significant contri- 
butions to theater on this campus. The Certificate of Achievement was awarded to 
Debra J. Frates, in recognition of academic accomplishment in the Department of 
Psychology in the face of physical challenges. Frates passed away this past year and 
her son, Christopher, accepted the award. 

Awards were next given to the student leaders who greatly effected the University 
through their roles as members of the Board of Governors and the Student Senate. 

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Terri Saucier, President of the Student Senate, and Tracey C. 
Langguth, Chairperson of the Board of Governors, made the 
presentations. 

The Distinguished Student Service Award was next presented by 
Donald C. Howard, Dean of Students. This award is given to the 
graduating senior who's hard work, dedication, and leadership 
abilities made significant and unequaled contributions to the 
university and the community as well. This year, the honor was 
jointly awarded to Terri Saucier, 1991/92 Student Senate Presi- 
dent, and Peter Pacheco, 1991 /92 Student Trustee, for their efforts 
to improve the quality of education and student life for the 
students they represented over the past year. 

Dean Donald Howard and Susan T. Costa, Director of Student 
Activities, presented awards to the students named to Wlio's Who 
Among Students in American Universities and Colleges , a national 
publication noting outstanding graduating students. Recipients 
included John Beausoleil, Jodi Bogigian, Karen Burrows, Jennifer 
Champagne, Christopher Connors, Carlos Costa, Jennifer Dunn, 
Sheila Edwards, Carolyn Hatch, Arnold Jeannot, Jr., Michael 
Nailor, Peter Pacheco, Yvonne Perchard, Theresa Saucier, Jennifer 
Sears, Suzanne Shea, Patricia Spellman, and Kery Wilke. 

Chris Alderman, Vice President of the Class of '92, and Bonnie 
Perchard, Secretary /Treasurer, next made the presentation of the 
Class Gift. The gift consisted of a banner designed by several 
UMass Dartmouth students which will be completed and displayed 
on campus. The banner depicts five connected puzzle pieces, 
which reflects the independence and diversity of the five colleges, 
but at the same time, their unity and connection to form our 
university. 

Dr. Walter Cass, a former professor of English and German at SMU 
for over forty years, is remembered each year for his dedication to 
the university and to his students by having an annual lecture 
given in his name. This year's Dr. Walter Cass Lecture of the Year 
was David Nyhan, Associate Editor of the Boston Globe and na- 
tionally syndicated columnist. Nyhan ended the night with 
advice for graduates entering the faltering job market, filled with 
humor, encouragement, and best wishes for a profitable and 
rewarding future. The Distinguished Service to Higher Education 
Award was presented to Nyhan in recognition of his unequaled 
support of public higher education. 





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Athletics 




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Football 



Head football coach Bill Kavanaugh and his crew 
put the past behind them, pushing by opponents to 
a 6-3 record, establishing the best record in the 
school's history. With avenging victories against 
Worcester State, Fitchburg State, and Framingham 
State, the Corsairs finished second in the Southern 
division of the New England Football Conference. 

The team established a strong running game with 
rushing leader Billy Johnson, who scored a season- 
high thirteen touchdowns while rushing for 820 
yards. This sophomore running back broke the 
school's rushing record with 1354 career yards. 
Quarterback and sophomore James Winters passed 
for six TD's and at the receiving end, freshman 
James Santucci caught a season-high 24 receptions. 

On the defensive end, senior captain Ted Greenblott 
led his team with 8.5 sacks, while seniors Scott 
Rigney and Robert O'Brien compiled 81 and 60 
tackles, respectively. A promising newcomer, 
freshman Ken Morrell, finished with a team-high 
seven interceptions. 

A highlight game in the season was the homecom- 
ing game against the Worcester State Lancers. The 
football team overpowered them 55-14, setting the 
school football scoring record in the process. John- 
son, juniors Garrett Tardie and Mike Cotter scored. 
The game was highlighted with a 60-yard intercep- 
tion TD run by junior Steve Roberge. By the end of 
the game, Freshman Mike Noe crossed the goal 
twice and fellow freshman Mark Williams scored 
one. 

Many players received individual honors. Rigney, 
Tardie, Johnson, Greenblott, Morrell and Winters 
each made the NEFC as well as the ECAC Honor 
Roll once; Johnson making it twice. 





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Volleyball 



First year head coach Ken Duarte had his work cut out 
for him, with a balanced team of returnees who were 
coming back after a record-breaking season. His team 
ended their season with a respectable 23-14 record. 

Highlights of the season were found in tournament 
action. The Corsairs ended up tied for third in the Salem 
State Invitational, where sophomore Donna Willey was 
an all-tourney selection. Also impressive was a second- 
place finish in the UMass Dartmouth invitational, los- 
ing a energized and emotional nail-biter to the University 
of New England. Junior Heidi Ashworth collected all- 
tournament honors for the Corsairs. 

The team possessed an offensive cohesiveness between 
its hitters and setters. Willey intimidated most oppo- 
nents with her vicious spikes; she led the team with 291 
kills. Junior captain Natasha Buben complimented her 
teammate with 180 kills. Sophomore captain Vickie 
Philibert was the team's top-notch setter, leading the 
team with 386 assists, while freshman Cheryl Digits 
added 249. 

Everyone will be returning to this talented squad, giving 
Duarte and fans something to look forward to. 




Back Row (left to right): Ken Duarte (Head Coach), 
Sarah McKenna, Andree McManus, Donna Willey, Jen 
Roberts, Lisa Proc (Assistant Coach). 
Front Row: Heidi Ashworth, Michelle Fortin, Vickie 
Phillibert (Captain), Natasha Buben (Captain), Cheryl 
Digits, Sherri Morchond. 



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Women's Soccer 



In only their third season, the women's soccer team have yet again shown 
how talented their program is. Finishing with a top-notch record (14-3-0) 
not only earned them a second-place divisional spot in the Little East 
Conference, but also gave them the honor of hosting the ECAC Tourna- 
ment. Though the season ended with a ECAC semi-final loss to Smith 
College, head coach Ray Cabral and his players will have enough returning 
talent to come back strong next season. 

The team had a solid balance of offense and defense. Captains Kristen 
Boben, Lisa Gomes and Kathy Regan provided leadership for the young 
team. On the scoring end, freshman Lisa Duncan led with eighteen goals 
and junior Marybeth Callahan contributed ten; Leanne Morris provided 
seven team-leading assists for the season. Protecting the net for the Corsairs 
was freshman Rachael Barbarrossa. With the supporting cast of senior 
Kathy Regan, sophomore Rene Gaudet and freshman Anne Marie Gagnon, 
Barbarrossa recorded eight shutouts, while only allowing three goals in her 
ten starts in the net. 

Individual efforts were awarded to Callahan, who was named LEC Player 
of the Week as well as to the LEC Honor Roll. Duncan was named LEC 
Player of the Week twice, and junior Beth Krumsiek was also named once. 













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Back Row (left to right): Julie Smalley, Ray Cabral (Head Coach), Marybeth 

( allahan, Nicole Hayde, Rene Gaudet. 

Third Row: Kerry Parkinson, Rachael Barbarossa, Beth Kelly, Beth Rogers, 

Jennifer Raffa, Jen Carle. 

Second Row: Leanne Morris, Veronica McDonald, Heather Sullivan, Mary 

Ellen C.regory, Beth Krumsiek, Annmarie Gagnon, Lisa Duncan. 

J ront Row: Tri-Captains Lisa Gomes, Kathy Regan, and Kristen Boben. 

Missing from photo: Dawn Serrecchia, Assistant Coaches Paul Sousa and 

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The men's soccer team turned out an admirable 10-5-2 season, finishing as Little 
East Conference Co-Champions along with Eastern Connecticut State. The 
Corsairs won four straight before dropping a close one to touring Bethel College 
from Minnesota, and then ended the season with three consecutive wins. 
Though the team didn't reach post-season, head coach Jarek Mlodzinski will 
have all but two players returning, not only to the team, but quite possibly to the 
top of their league again. 

True success for any team is achieved through a balance of offense and defense. 
Sophomore Julio Pinto contributed his part on offense with a season-high ten 
goals. Junior Michael Dias added a scoring punch with nine total goals, and 
sophomore Jackson Carneiro provided six himself while leading the team with 
five assists. All three players were elected to the LEC Honor Roll. 

Sophomore John Semedo and freshman Rick Brown split goalkeeping duties. 
Semedo collected a team-high 67 saves, as well as four shutouts. Like his 
teammates on offense, Semedo was also elected to the LEC Honor Roll. Two 
other spots defensively will need to be filled when senior captain John Still and 
teammate Brian Pourier graduate, two tough-nosed and hard-playing fullbacks. 




Back Row (left to right): Daniel Kiely, Jackson Carneiro, Adelino Jacob, Chris Garcia, 

John Maneikis, Dan Sousa, Tom McDonald, Rick Brown. 

Second Row: Paul Duarte, David Omiunu, Glenn Nathan, Carlos Arruda, John Still 

(Captain), Gregory Garinger, Peter Sousa, Mike Dias. 

Front Row: BrianPourier, Julio Punto, Tim Lussier, John Semedo, Kevin Rolland, Frank 

Koczalka, Brett Reis. 

Missing from photo: Jarek Mlodzinski (Head Coach), Eric Lacroix (Assistant Coach). 



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Women's Cross Country 



The Women's Cross Country team, lead by head coach Jon Hird, 
pulled out some fine efforts throughout the season. The team 
won second place in the Little East Championship hosted by the 
University of Southern Maine. For the women, sophomore Kim 
Knowles led her team with a second-place finish. In addition, 
the women tied for third-place at the Cod Fish Bowl Invitational. 











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Rocha, Jen Bougie. 

Missing from photo: Kim Knowles, Sue St.Laurent, Julie Berard. 






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Men's Cross Country 



Head coach Jon Hird's runners had many impressive highlights 
this season, including the first-place finish for the Men's team in the 
Little East Championship hosted by the University of Southern 
Maine. Senior Michael Sansoucy earned the top spot for the 
Corsairs with a third place finish, while freshman Deon Barrett 
followed him at fourth. 

Along with the Little East Championship, the men's team won the 
Rhode Island College Invitational and placed third at their own 
invitational; Barrett led the Corsairs with a 17th-place finish. 



Back Row: Jon Hird (Head Coach), Coach Joe McCarthy, Tony Flannagan, Jeff Mahoney, Bill 

Shallies, Deon Barrett. 

Front Row (left to right): Matt Crean, Todd Deely, Mike Sansoucy (Captain), Nels Lindblom 

(Captain), Ryan Hunt, Chris Elgar. 

Missing from photo: Tom Bleakney. 



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Field Hockey 



The field hockey team finished with a respectable 7-7-1 record. The 
team started out with two straight victories against Elms College and 
Framingham State College. Though losing five in a row in October, 
they came back to win two of the last three games. Their final game 
against Plymouth State ended up in a tie as the result of a controver- 
sial call. 

Junior Becky Hart was the team's leading scorer with 11 goals, even 
though an ankle injury sidelined her with three games left. Captain 
goalie Beth Brooks ended her final season with an impressive 1.18 
goal average, as well as six shutouts. Fellow senior captain Temple 
Pettway was awarded the post-season honor of regional All- 
American. 

Head coach Marilyn Ritz's squad possessed a solid defense and 
quick-scoring offense; they score twelve out of their total twenty 
goals in the first half. The team will lose four seniors to graduation: 
Brooks, Pettway, Colleen Callahan and Theresa Lobo, but with eager 
underclassmen ready to fill their shoes and move on, these athletes 
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Back Row (left to right): Erika Bussiere, AimeeSabourin, Margy Wintermyer, Michelle 

Sullivan, Jen McGlone, Alicia Thorns. 

Second Row: Krista Bialy, Darlene Chepren, Veronica Froio, Theresa Lobo, Cyndi 

Vrusho, Roberta Lohrman, Andra Diephuis, Colleen Clifford. 

Front Row: Becky Hart, Colleen Callahan (Captain), Temple Pettway (Captain), Beth 

Brooks 'Captain), Allison Connell, Karen Peixe. 

Missi ng from photo: Cindy Oriola, Marilyn Ritz (Head Coach), Joan Allison (Assistant 

Coach), Brenda Soule (Assistant Coach). 



Women's Tennis 




The women's tennis team improved their single-win season last 
year, winning four out of eleven matches this fall. They beat Salem 
State, Curry College, Bridegwater State and Eastern Nazarene Col- 
lege, taking advantage of the home court setting for each match. With 
everyone returning, head coach Warren Preti will have a squad 
capable of growth. 

The season was highlighted with a 6-0 shutout of Curry College. 
Sophomore Christen Moak and junior captain Kerry Rouhan provided 
the vollying punch, leading the team in singles victories. Rouhan 
teamed up with junior veteran Angela Yee to finish with an impres- 
sive 4-1 doubles record. 



Back Row (left to right): Liz Ciolino, Amanda Niederhelman, Noreen Roche, 

Christen Moak. 

Front Row: Julie D'Errico, Kerry Rouhan, Angela Yee, Warren Preti (Coach) . 





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Women's Swimming and Diving 



As a team, the women's swimming and diving squad went through 
a difficult season. They had a sub-par record and had to suffer 
through the death of teammate Kristen Barry, who died in an 
automobile accident during winter break. 

In the pool, Lisa Fiorini, Sheila Chipman, Chris Buckley, and Ginger 
Fagundes all emerged as multiple- winners on the swim side over the 
course of the season. 

For the divers, Andrea Skirven impressed and even set a pool record 
in the 1 -meter event, while Sheila Chipman excelled, setting a pool 
record in the 3-meter competition. 






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Back Row (left to right): Chrissy Buckley, Andrea Skirven, Jeanne O'Brien, Lisa Fiorini 

(Captain), Sheila Chipman (Captain), Ginger Fagundes, Erin O'Donnel. 

Front Row: Nicole Levesque, Dawn Carroll, Lisa Matthews, Michelle Duquette, Kathryn 

Griswold. 

Missing from photo: Jim Filippo (Head Swimming Coach), Jerry Jennings (Head 

Diving Coach). 



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Despite the impressive season the men's swim team put together, it was the diving of 
Tom Egan that captured everyone's attention. Egan became only the second individual 
in school history to become a double National Champion, placing first in both the 1 and 
3 meter diving events at the NCAA Division III Swimming and Diving Championships. 

Egan scored a spectacular 473 points to win the 1 -meter event by 7 points, but it was 
his 575 points in the 3-meter that garnered him the national record in that category. 
Egan was voted NCAA National Diver-of-the-Year, while his coach, Jerry Jennings, 
was voted National Diving Coach-of-the-Year. 

Other top swimmers for the team included former Athlete-of-the- Week Josh Hoaglund, 
Brett Ramming, Nate Darling, Pat Foster, Doug Michaud, Pal Nitschke. Brian Lasiewski, 
Steve Scaplen, Steve Benjamin and Mark Bernardo. 





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Back Row (left to right): Paul Nitschke, William Hoy, Jeff Allen, Doug Michaud. 

Second Row: Tom Egan, Brett Ramming, Bill Sullivan, Nate Darling, Eric Bancroft, 

Adam Moran, Andres Alphonso (Manager). 

Front Row: Steve Bejamin, Steve Scaplen, Mark Bernardo (Captain), Patrick Foster 

(Captain), Josh Hoaglund, Brian Lasiewski. 

Missing from photo: Jim Filippo (Head Swimming Coach), Jerry Jennings (Head 

Diving Coach). 



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Women's Basketball 



The women's basketball team had an impressive season, going 16-10 
before being stopped in the Little East Conference semi-finals, 71-51, 
by Southern Maine. The Corsairs had an incredible task this season, as 
two of the conference rivals, Southern Maine and Eastern Connecticut, 
both made it to the NCAA regionals. 

At point during the season, the Corsairs put together a 6-game 
winning streak and held a 7-1 record. It took a 64-59 road loss to 
perennial powerhouse Salem State to end the winning streak. Two big 
wins included a 32-point drubbing of UMass-Boston and a 59-49 win 
over Tufts that knocked the Jumbos from the ranks of the undefeated. 

Top scorers for the team were Sue Quinn and Amy Harvey. Quinn 
averaged 19.2 points a game and 7.7 boards per outing. Harvey added 
12.7 points per game and led the team with 7.9 rebounds per contest. 
Marybeth Callahan chipped in with 98 assists and Quinn had 121 
steals. 

As for accolades, both Quinn and Harvey were honored. Harvey made 
honorable mention on the LEC All-Star team, while Quinn was named 
to the All-Star team and the All-Tourney team. Quinn also made the 
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Back Row (left to right): Judy Sullivan (Head Coach), Kathy Kelly, Christine Lentini, Amy Harvey, Lori Sulham, 
Colleen Craig, Tracy Anderson, Tammee Finley, Nikki Dube, Cathy Houtman (Assistant Coach), Pam Souza 
(Assistant Coach). 

Front Row: Kim Ferdella, Cheri Evans, Beth Brooks, Susan Quinn (Captain), Kristie Glynn, Marybeth Callahan, 
Beth Krumsiek. 




Men's Basketball 



By normal Corsair standards, the men's basketball team's 15-10 record 
was somewhat of a disappointment. But considering the poor ex- 
pectations most people had for the team before the season began, their 
.667 winning percentage and Little East Conference regular season 
championship were more than impressive. 

Although the Corsairs won the regular season title for the fourth time 
in the 6-year history of the LEC, they were shocked in the LEC Tourney 
Finals by Eastern Connecticut, and failed to make the NCAA Tour- 
nament. But during the season, there were several big wins, including 
a 37-point victory over Rhode Island College and two close shaves 
over Eastern Connecticut. 

Despite the snubbing by the NCAA, the Corsairs qualified for the 
ECAC Tournament, but lost in the first round to second-seeded 
Williams College. 

Standouts for the team included Damon Aronson, Jason Correiro, 
Stefan Pagios, and Steve Haynes. Haynes was the big gun for the team, 
averaging 21.1 points a game, pulling down 12 rebounds a contest, 
and blocking 41 shots for the season. Aronson added 14.5 points a 
game and led the club with 45 steals. Correiro was the long-range 
bomber, averaging 13.9 points per game and shooting 50% from 3- 
point range. Pagios was the surprise of the season, as the 5-foot-7 
freshman averaged 13.2 points and led the team with 127 assists. 

Steve Haynes garnered numerous awards this season, including the 
All-ECAC New England first team, Little East Player-of-the-Year, and 
was named to both the LEC All-Star team and the All-Tourney team. 
Pagios joined Haynes on both LEC teams, while head coach Brian 
Baptiste was named LEC Coach-of-the-year. 



Back Row (left to right): Brian Baptiste (Head Coach), Tom Larson, Dan Rodricks, Steve Haynes, James Robichaud, 

Jason Youngquist, Evangelos Kyranis, Matthew McConnell, Len Desautels (Assistant Coach). 

Front Row: Jason Correiro, Aaron Berger, Charles Doherty, Derick Demers, Stefan Pagios, Dan Dufrense, Jemel 

Magnatt, Damon Aronson. 

Missing from photo: Sal Mondello (Assistant Coach). 



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Ice Hockey 



The UMass Dartmouth ice hockey team put 
together another impressive season, making it 
into the ECAC semifinals before losing to As- 
sumption 4-1 . The Corsairs' final record was 17- 
9, and many highlights filled their exciting 
season. 

Perhaps the most outstanding team effort oc- 
curred when the squad put together a nine- 
game winning streak and outscored their op- 
ponents by a 58-24 margin. Included in the 
streak was the 10-1 blow-out of Quinnipiac 
College and the 9-1 destruction of Stonehill 
College. A 6-5 victory over Amherst College 
saw Scott Louder score the game- winner with a 
mere 9 seconds remaining in the contest. 



Louder also was named to the ECAC first team, while 
teammate Bobby Carroll made it onto the second team. 
Goalie Kevin Kelly was named ECAC Rookie-of-the-Year. In 
the Amherst win, Kelly made 44 saves, and ended the season 
with a Goals-Against- Average of 2.86 and a save percentage 
of 90. 

Louder led the team in goals with 23, followed by Tim Lus 
with 12, and Chris Smith and Bobby Keenan with 10 each. 
Leading in assists for the club was Paul Lambalot with 21, 
narrowly edging out Lus who tallied 20. Louder and Smith 
each added 18, while Carroll chipped in with 16. The point 
leaders were Louder, Lus, and Lambalot, who had 41 , 32, and 
29 points respectively. 





Back Row (left to right): Kristen Malatesta, Erin Winn, Ryan Sauve, Chris Brown, Jim Gardiner, Chris 

Sheehan, Paul Olenik, Jason Goguen, Sandy Malek, Sean McDonald. 

Second Row: John Rolli (Head Coach), Scott Pearsons (Assistant Coach), Joe Mortarelli, Chris Smith, 

David Firth, Gary Sunderson, Mike O'Keefe, Mike Sheehan, Bob Keenan, Derek Cormier, Tim Griffin, 

Ken Whitten (Assistant Coach), Jim Mirageas (Assistant Coach). 

Front Row: Sean Sullivan, Willy Schlotthauer, Tim Lus, Scott Louder, Bobby Carroll, Dave Coughlin, 




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Lacrosse 




Back Row (left to right): Paul Armas, Will Ikier, Phil Boyko, Pat Mulligan, Brian Rioux, 

Ted Greenblott, Steve McDowell. 

Third Row: Frank Schultz, Jake Decola, Kurt Ruchala, Eric Richer, Matt Morrissey, Gregg 

Greenwood, Nat Moor, Matt Zito, Kevin Donovan, Tony Knight, Coach Tom Bosworth. 

Second Row: Coach Jim Riley, Dave Winskowicz, Billy Keene, Ryan Gillespie, Chris 

Lombardo, Mike Leon, Steve Garvin, Kevin Tobin, Mike Jarvis, Albert Coy, Coach Jeff 

Feroce. 

Front Row: Adam Moran (Captain), Russell Palmer (Captain), Eric Sabo (Captain), Rob 

Childs (Captain). 



The Lacrosse team began the fall season in full glory, 
which lead the team to believe this was the start of 
their biggest season yet. The Corsairs beat Wheaton 
College 8-0, in the fall season jamboree, but fell to 
Dean Jr. College 1-2, which was still their most- 
impressive competition with Dean. Wrapping up the 
fall season, the Corsairs defeated Worcester Poly 
Technic Institute in their last game with a sound 
14-2. 

The spring marked the team's second season in the 
Pioneer League. Despite the early successes, the rest 
of the season turned out to be a disappointment. 
They were not able to beat the Big Four: UConn, 
Bentley, URI, and Dean Jr. College, and therefore, did 
not make it to the play-offs. The team hung together 
through a tough season and were able to post a 
respectable 6-5 record. 

Two members were recognized by the league for 
outstanding performances throughout the season. 
Junior midfielder and team high scorer, Brian Rioux, 
was named to the first team All-Star list, and stand- 
out defenseman and co-captain Russell Palmer, was 
elected to the league's second team. 




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Softball 



The UMass Dartmouth softball squad put together one of the most 
impressive seasons in its history, culminating an 18-4 record with the 
ECAC North Tournament title, the first since the team's inception. 

The four-team double-elimination tourney, hosted by the Corsairs, was 
100% UMass Dartmouth as the club swept through, winning all their 
games. For the five seniors on the team, Barrie Brissette, Deb Torosian, 
and co-captains Beth Brooks, Jen Doyle, and Sue Quinn, it was the perfect 
way to end their collegiate careers. 

Brooks and Brisette both made the ECAC first-team and sophomore Julie 
Smalley was named the tournament MVP. Also, Smalley and Brooks 
were selected as Regional All- Americans. For the season, Brooks had 21 
RBI and a .375 batting average, and Smalley contributed 17 RBI. Brisette 
had 5 steals, 30 runs, 32 hits, and a .438 average. 

The team had impressive numbers as well. Over their 22-game schedule, 
they out-scored their opponents 136-70 and had a team batting average 
of .332. 



In the ECAC title game, the team routed Western 
Connecticut by a 10-1 tally. Freshman Jen Pfister 
went the distance for the victory, finishing up her 
season with a 1.62 ERA and 28 strikeouts. On the 
offensive end, Smalley went 3-for-3 with 2 RBIs. 
Sophomore Chris Greaney went 2-for-4 with 2 
RBIs, and freshman Kerri Parkinson added an RBI 
while going 2-for-3. 







Back Row (left to right): Jennifer Pfister, Racheal Barbarossa, Jeanne O'Brien, Sue Quinn, 

Christine Creaney, Jennifer Libbey, Jennifer Doyle. 

Front Row: Barrie Brissette, Debra Torosian, Kerri Parkinson, Lisa Lamothe, Beth Brooks, Julie 

Smalley. 

Missing from photo: Katltryn Griswold, Lorraine Rooney. 



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Baseball 




The baseball team put together a spectacular season, going 32-11 and 
falling one game short of getting out of the Regionals and into the 
National Tournament. 

After posting a 29-9 regular season record, the Corsairs steamed into 
the Northeast Regional and rolled past Bridgewater State 10-3. But 
then the squad ran into the Southern Maine juggernaut and got 
trounced 21-4. The team, however, staved off elimination by cruising 
past Brandeis 8-5 and bouncing back past Southern Maine 4-2, to set 
up a one-game showdown to see who would play in the Nationals in 
Battle Creek, Michigan. 

The 4-2 victory was done in dramatic fashion as Obed Cole jacked a 
two-run dinger in the eighth inning for the win. Tom Beaulieu was 
excellent on the mound, going the distance with a seven-strikeout 
performance. But the finale was all Southern Maine, and an exhausted 
Corsair club that played five games in three days was beaten 13-1. The 
lone UMass Dartmouth run was a two-out RBI single by Cole. 

Six Corsairs were named to the All-Tournament team. Beaulieu and 
Cole made the team, being joined by pitcher Kurt Dreher, cather Jeff 
Coppeta, center fielder John Graham, and designated hitter Greg 
Haley. 

Three members of the team earned All-American status for their 
efforts during the season. All three were juniors, and the honored stars 
were Core, Graham, and Dreher. All three also made the ECAC All- 
Star team and Graham was named ECAC Player-of-the-Year. 

Graham, the squad's centerfielder, was a first-team All-American. He 
hit .443, cranked 8 homers, and tallied 58 RBIs. To compliment these 
already impressive numbers, Graham also had 24 steals. Cole made 
the second-team and put up numbers almost as impressive as Graham's. 
The third baseman had a .393 average with 4 home runs, 43 RBIs, and 
19 stolen bases. Dreher, the team's top pitcher, earned third-team 
status. He finished with a 9-3 record and had 8 saves to go with his 2.40 
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Men's Tennis 



The men's tennis team made tremendous strides 
from last year's dismal season, going in one year 
from an abysmal campaign to a 9-2 record. The top 
winner for the team was sophomore Felipe Miguel, 
who went 10-2. His extra win came in a rained-out 
contest where individual wins counted, but not team 
results as the match was never finished. 

Sophomore Scott Christo went 9-1 for the team, and 
sophomore Eric Page went 9-2. The lone senior on 
the squad was Daniel Marques. With such a young 
squad, this team looks very promising for the up- 
coming seasons. 







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Track and Field 



The standout on the track team this year was senior 
Eric Lopes. Lopes, one of the Division Ill's premier 
hurdlers, showed his stuff by running a 14.55 in the 
110-meter high hurdles at the Nationals in Maine. 
Lopes' performance earned him a second place finish 
and qualified him as an All-American. 

Lopes has qualified for the Nationals all four years as 
a Corsair, but this marked the first time he placed. 
Several other top performers for the track team in- 
cluded Sandy Sprague, Deon Barrett, and Cheryl 
Adams, one of the team's captains this past season. 

The seniors on the men's squad were Tom Bleakney, 
Ron Grigg, and Lopes. Seniors on the women's side 
were Adams and Susan Gould. 




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Senior Class Officers 




Tricia Spellman, President 

Chris Alderman, Vice-President 

Bonnie Perchard, Secretary /Treasurer 



To the graduating Class of 1992: 

Well this is it, we have finally made it to the end of our time here. In 
that time, we have seen many changes. As we have grown and 
changed, so has our university. Our final year brought about a new 
name and a new beginning for SMU. As the first graduating class of the 
University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, we play an important role in 
establishing a solid beginning. 

The college experience has played a significant role in our lives 
and has meant different things to each of us. Over the years here we 
have created friendships and memories that we will cherish for a lifetime. 
As we go on our separate paths, to persue many different careers, we 
will never forget our experiences and the knowledge we have gained 
from them. We truly leave here with something we did not have when 
we came. 

Thank you for giving us the opportunity to represent you as the 
Class officers. It has been a pleasure and honor to serve you. We wish 
the members of the Class of 1992 all the happiness and success in the 
world and the fulfillment of your dreams. Good luck with everything you 
do! 



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Vice-President 



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Secretary/Treasurer 




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Nora N. Grady, Secretary/Treasurer 

James P. Bardsley, Vice-President 

Janelle D. Margolin, President 



Junior Class Officers 



Eric Nelson, Secretary /Treasurer 
Dan Flanagan, Vice-President 
Angela Yee, President 





Freshman Class Officers 



David Winskowicz, Secretary /Treasurer 
Kim Braley, Vice-President 
Robert Plante, President 



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Student Activities Board 




Back Row (left to right): Mike Josti, Craig Rousseau, Brian Johnson, Tim Coe, 

John Corcoran, Alex Mann, Andy Alphonso, Enrique Irizarry, Lucia Piazza, 

Robin Penny, Dave Vicino, Becky Morley. 

Third Row: Andy Flanagan, Ernie DeMaio, Susan, Dawn Stanick, Kerry, Julie 

Wood, Mary Morelli. 

Second Row: Andrea Johnson, Mark Williams, Matt Morrissey, Sandy Payson, 

Sharon Hoffman, Kim Kallio, Michelle, Pam De Young, Kim Aleen. 

Front Row: Liz Fernandes, Tricia Spellman, Tom Becker, Mike Nailor, Jen 

Santoro, Lauren Searle, Jeanee Martin, Sue Costa (Advisor). 




SAB Executive Board 

Back Row (left to right): Alex Mann (Head of Security), 

Mike Josti (Head of Security). 

Fourth Row: Liz Fernandes (Vice President), Becky Morley 

(Afternoon Programming). 

Third Row: Robin Penny (Treasurer), Brain Johnson (Rat 

Programming), Lucia Piazza (Novelty and Variety). 

Second Row: Mike Nailor (President), Sharon Hoffman 

(Publicity), Tim Coe (Major Events). 

Front Row: Kim Allen (Social Events), Pam DeYoung 

(Social Events), Sandy Payson (Recreation). 



United Brothers and Sisters 




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Back Row (left to right): Mark Williams, Ravi Mallik, Shawn Haynes, Kim Lewis, Aaron 

Gamboa. 

Third Row: John Silva, Crystal Howard, Edith Faial, Soraya Anderson, Erin Cruz, Melissa 

Garner, Elisa Barbosa, Nanette Vega, Marlene Revera. 

Second Row: Vinny Beato, Alicia Colon, Carrol McCloud (Advisor), Melissa Gilbert, 

Demetria Bridges. 

Front Row: Kamile Khazan (Corresponding Secretary), Alafia Smith (President), Donna 

Gayle (Vice President), Patricia Monteiro (Treasurer), Jesuina Nunes (Secretary). 



The Torch 




Back Row (left to right): Jennifer Reed (News Editor), Carolyn Bertrand (Arts and Entertainment 
Editor), Laurie Lafave (Sports Editor), Kevin Gawthrope (Layout Editor), Jamie Quinn (Editor-in- 
Chief), Susie Narciso (Business Manager), Kimberley Rose (Advertising Manager), Siobhan Reese 
(Ad Design Director), George Zissis Clondas (Managing Editor). 

Front Row: Stacey Joly (Photo Editor), Susan Harkins (News Editor), Joshua Neimand (Sports 
Editor), Heather Heebner (Photo Editor), Chandra Dewing (Announcements Editor). 
Missing from photo: Rob Gonsalves (Arts and Entertainment Editor). 



Campus Design 




WSMU 




Back Row (left to right): Ben Beaudoin, 

Jeremy Spiegal, Heather Mohan, Jim Galofaro, 

C.J. Phu, Craig Rousseau. 

Front Row: Deidre Sullivan, Allison Coelho. 

Missing from photo: Kevin Foley, Debbie 

Langlois. 



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Board of Governors 




Back Row (left to right): Carlos Costa, Richard Waring, John Lewis, Chris 
Alderman, Joe DeAngelo, Jamie Breckner, Ron Guerin. 
Front Row: Taryn Laughlin (Vice Chair), Theresa Lobo (Secretary), Tracy 
Langguth (Chair), Dan Wood (Treasurer), Tricia Spellman. 



Residence Hall Congress 




Back Row (left to right): Sue Basler, Katie O'Malley, Leigh Norcott, Jeanne 
Martin, Kerin Jutz, Michelle Daniels, Jenn Kniaz. 

Second Row: Kirk Fitzsimmons, Mike Iacovello, Andres Alphonso, Julie 
Greene, Adrian Guzikowski, Deborah Meyers, Matt O'Brien, Jeff Coco. 
Front Row: Tricia Garofalo (Recording Secretary), Frank Koczalka (Trea- 
surer), Eric Therriault (Vice President, Dorms), Ken Webb (President), Jenr 
Thibeault (Vice President, Cedar Dell), Stephanie Bowdin (Corresponding 
Secretary). 

Missing from photo: Paul Armas, Mike Murray, Elena Clifford, Linnea 
Hultgren, Stephanie Valez. 



Student Alumni 




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Left to right: Kim Kallio, Jen Snay (Vice President), Tracey Herman (President), 
Denise Money, Taryn Laughlin, Karen Disharoon (Secretary), Warren Perry. 



Catholic Student Organization 




Back Row (left to right): Sr. Madeleine Tacy, Michael O'Shea 

(Treasurer), Glenn Amber. 

Front Row: Michael Sansoucy, Lucia Piazza (President), Fr. 

Richard Degagne, Robin Keegan, Anne Marie Barton (Vice 

President). 



BACCHUS 



>ost Alcohol Consciousness Concerning the Health of University Students. 

student-run organization that promotes responsible drinking by educating the 

\iversity with informative and enjoyable programs. 

lck Row (left to right): lolene Giacobbe (Organization Chair), Kimberly Sullivan 

ocial Chair), Natalie Richardson, Emily Kildorf, Sherry Willis. 

iddle Row: Dawn Margolin (Treasurer/Finance Chair), Lisa Rizzo (Campus 

utreach Chair), Linda Souza, Carey Martin. 

ont Row: Jeff Cocl. 





BiGaLA 



Bisexual, Gay and Lesbian Alliance 

Back Row: David Beals. 

Second Row (left to right): David B. O'Donnell, Kevin Samson 

(Secretary), Joshua Kennedy Lyon. 

Front Row: David St. Pierre (Treasurer), Shawn Sameiro (Co-Chair), 

David William Goglia. 



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Student Senate 




Back Row (left to right): Robert Plante, 
John Gill, Mike McGarty, Kirk 
Kitzsimmons, Mike Gajewski, Heidi 
Robinson. Second Row: Derek Roberts, 
Tricia Spellman, Kerry Wilke, Maura 
Healy, Lisa Andreas, Jennifer Sears, Jodi 
Benedetto, Angela Yee, Mary Morelli, 
Kimberly Miner, Sean Connolly, Nora 
Grady. 

Front Row: Suzanne Shea, Joseph 
DeAngelo, Jennifer Champagne 
(Treasurer), Bonnie Perchard (Corre- 
sponding Secretary), Terri Saucier 
(President), Kevin Tobin (Vice Presi- 
dent), Kristen Harland (Recording 
Secretary), Tina Ehlers. 
Missing from photo: Chrisitne Mott, 
Peter Pacheco, Brain Sullivan, Emit 
Trehan,Russell Moniz, Demetria 
Bridges, Julie D'Errico. 



Dear Friends and Fellow Classmates of 1992: 

I cannot express enough my appreciation and gratitude for having had the 
opportunity to serve such a wonderful class as ours. We arrived just four 
years ago with naivete and insecurities as we wondered about college life. 
Now, after four years of growing with you, I have seen so many positive 
changes. We have become an astute and determined class. Nobody will 
have faced it as tough as we did during these tough economic times... and 
nobody will prevail as well as we will when we go out into the work force. 

As your Class Representative to the Student Senate for two years, and now 
your President, I responded to your wishes during these changing times to 
insure that we would receive a quality education - one that we can be proud 
of, and one that will have given us a competitive advantage among other 
graduates at other institutions. So, as you embark on your endeavors of the 
future, always remember where you came from. Whatever bad times you 
may experience or tough decisions you will make, just keep in mind that 
your first decision was the right decision - Southeastern Massachusetts 
University/University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. 




Sincerely, 

Terri Saucier 

President, Student Senate 



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To the Graduating Class of 1992, 

It was four years ago that we decided to seek an undergraduate degree not knowing what those four years would entail. 
Papers, reports, labs, presentations and long hours of study in preparation for those dreaded final exams were only a few of 
the obstacles which we had to hurdle. It has been a long and difficult journey for all of us, yet we have persevered. 

We have seen many issues arise which effected the University in one way or another. We recognized the financial impact the 
Citizens for Limited Taxation's referendum question would have on the University and we collectively fought to "Vote No 
on 3." We saw our University face many budget cuts due to the state's financial crisis and in turn our tuition and fees reached 
an all time high. Also, most recently, we waved farewell to Southeastern Massachusetts University and welcomed the 
University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. We survived these difficult times regardless of who the enemy was, what the cost 
was or what the name was. 

The world also had its share of occurrences during the past four years. West and East Germany finally united as one. We 
witnessed the beginning and ending of the war between the United States and Iraq. We observed the fall of the Soviet Union 
and its communistic government into the Commonwealth of Independent States; a democracy. South Africa voted to abolish 
apartheid in their country. All these outcomes, with the exception of the war, instills hope within us that someday men and 
women will be at peace with themselves. 

We are now called to begin another voyage; the start of a new life. We will develop our careers, meet new people and make 
new friends. We are all asked to solve the problems of the world created by those before us while trying not to create new ones 
for those behind us. It all seems overwhelming and impossible but, recall your experience four years ago while noticing where 
you stand today. I share with you some words of advice from Robert Fulgham's book titled, All I Need to Know I Learned in 
Kindergarten, "When you go into the world, watch out for traffic, hold hands, and stick together." As we take our first step 
into the real world, may we always stick together in our hearts and in our memories as the Class of 1992. 

Best of luck and happiness in your future endeavors and may God Bless You! 

Sincerely 




Peter Pacheco 
Student Trustee 




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MASSPIRG 



Back Row (left to right): Jeff Vautour, Dan Sheehan, Dana Staub (Board 

Rep), Bill Hebert, Mike LaMarra (Board Rep), Katie Whipp, Sarah Aldrich, 

Ed Leonard, Chris DeMaria. 

Middle Row: Jay Rosenberg (Campus Organizer), Laura Linscott, Lisa 

Couto, Jeanine Bartucca, Elizabeth Mallick, Michelle Cusolito, Katherine 

Ferreira, Tamara Berry, Pam Brodeur (Chair). 

Front Row: Andy Flanagan, Maureen Sullivan, Kathy Regan, Emily 

Kilduff, Elizabeth Smith (Temporary Staff), Julie McQuarrie, Virginia 

Rodrigues. 

Missing from photo: Sonja Hoover (Board Rep), Paul Lindo, Carla Poirier, 

Joe Paulo, Mike O'Keefe, Frank daCunha, Jonathan Gomes, Mary Ann 

Wynne, Tom Gastall, Matt Morrissey, Kerry Wilke, Jen Briggs. 




Orientation Leaders 



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Top Row (left to right): Scott Tarulli, Jeff Perry, Chandra 
Dewing, Todd Kagno, John Duggan, Anne McCoy, Jeff 
Kushmerek, Jim Picarillo. 

Front Row: Jodi Bogigian (Co-Director), Maria E. Villamariona 
C, Kristen J. Kopke, Nora Grady, Cheryl Seymour, Angie 
Federici, Stephanie Sears, Sarak Mihalski, Kim Fleck, Karen 
Burrows, Kathleen Kelliher, Paul Lopes (Co-Director). 
Missing from photo: Jon Maxwell (Office Manager). 



Outing Club 



Back Row (left to right): Rick Miller, Don Walker. 

Second Row: Kara Coombs, Samantha Baker, Chris, Michele Fernandez, 

Bill Conklin, Josh Neimand. 

front Row: Andy Flanagen, Stacey Casperowitz (President). 



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Psychology Association 




Back Row (left to right): Mia Holland, Katie O'Malley^Amy Harvey, 
Caryn Collings, Donna Sexton. 

Front Row: Kevin Michalski (Treasurer), Janice Durand (President), 
Sarah Mihalski (Vice President). 



OMNIAD 



Back Row (left to right): Joel Szlosek, Andrew Bettencourt, Kim Kallio, Paul Molak, 

Beth Crateau, Darleen Douglas, Tara O'Brien, Sean Kenny (VP Sales), Dan Solov 

(Production Manager), Dan Flanagan (Billing), Cheryl Lamourex (Recruitment), 

Jennifer Dunn (President), Tammy Ilvonen (Vice President), Denise Money, Brian 

Sullivan. 

Front Row (left to right): Doug Michud, Angela Higbe, Kim Treneer, Rebecca 

Moore, Lynne Wickman, Laurie White, Annemarie Weber, Laura Squilante, Tina 

Blomink (Creative Director), Kristen Youngclaus (VP Operations), Melissa 

MacDonald. 

Missing from photo: Jeff Verre (Summer). 




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Junior Class Committee 



Back Row (left to right): Paul Doyon, Angela Yee, Taryn Laughlin. 
Front Row: Sarah Galarneau, Julie D'Errico, Eric Nelson, Melanie Pickert. 
Missing from photo: Dan Flanagan. 



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Residence Life Staff 



PHASE 1 

Back Row (left to right): Liz Fernandes, Scott 

Johnson (head Resident), Brian Sullivan. 

Front Row: Lisa Annunziata (Programmer), Soraya 

Anderson, Denise Arias, Dominic Kidwell, Andrew 

Chagnon. 





PHASE 2 

Back Row (left to right): Sean Griffin (Head Resident), 

Chris Kuehn, Jeff Boyar, Mike Sansoucy. 

Front Row: Lisa Gardini, Janet Pergola, Carla Lester. 



PHASE 3A 

Back Row (left to right): Rick Kotch, Dave 

Lawton. 

Third Row: Cheryl Seymour, Sharon Hoerup. 

Second Row: Kelly Long (Head Resident), 

Front Row: Kevin Tobin, Christine Murphy. 




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PHASE 3B 

Left to right: Britt Ericsson, Kristine Thurston, 
Neil Leahey, Kevin Kilcoyne, Jen Rapoza (Head 
Resident), Nora Branchaud, John Whelan. 



CEDAR DELL SOUTH 
Back Row (left to right): Kim Seaberg (Head 
Resident), Jim Callahan, Heidi Higgins, Jeff Allen. 
Front Row: Kristi Schabacker, Kristen Kopke, 
Brian Herlihy. 





CEDAR DELL WEST 

Left to right: Steve Garvin, Sean Killean, 

Erin O'Brien, Donna Chapman, Amy 

Charron, John Zivan. 

Top: Darren Simonelli (Head Resident). 



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AATT 



American Association of Textile Technologists 
Back Row (left to right): Jennifer Doyle, Paula 
Elias, Jacqueline McCarthy, Angela Dixon, Kirk 
Fitzsimmons, Katherine Carroll (President), 
Temple Pettway, Nancy Courtney. 
Front Row: Pamela Reed (Treasurer), Hiedi 
Copeland, Rachel Lowther (Vice President), 
Melanie Lavesque. 




AATGC 




Amercan Association of Textile Colorists and Chemists 
Back Row (left to right): Hiedi Copeland, Pamela Reed 
(Vice President), Katherine Carroll, Kirk Fitzsimmons 
(Treasurer), Chauncy Burr, Jacqueline McCarthy, 
Angela Dixon, Jennifer Doyle, Paula Elias. 
Front Row: Melanie Levesque (Secretary), Karen Cosme 
(President), Temple Pettway, Nancy Courtney. 



Psi Psi Fraternity 



Back Row (left to right): Dr Kim (Advisor), Elaine 
Ryan, Cindy Quinchia, Erica Croll, Paula Elias, 
Charles Bumpus, Angela Dixon, Hiedi Copeland, 
Melanie Levesque, Kirk Fitzsimmons, Rachel 
Lowther, Prof. Alton Wilson (Advisor). 
Front Row: Katherine Carroll (President), Todd 
Allain (Treasurer), Jacqueline McCarthy (Vice 
President), Jennifer Doyle (Senior Warden). 




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Biology Association 




Left to right: Maille O'Brien (Vice 
President), Mark Rousseau (Skeleton/ 
Treasurer), Matt Webster (President), 
Brian Morrill (Secretary). 



Delta Mu Delta 




Accounting Association 



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Back Row (left to right): Ray DaSilva, Prof. Beryl Barkman, Charissa 
Donohue (President), Jill Powell, Daryl Densmore, Suzanne Rupp, 
Melissa Maziarski, Mary Tracey, Lisa DiSanto (Vice President), Frank 
Kosky (Public Relations). Front Row: Dawn Rivera, Caron Toth 
(Treasurer). 



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American Society of Civil Engineers 
Back Row (left to right): Dr. Walaa 
Mogawer (Advisor), Craig Horsefall, Jay 
McKinnon, Richard Flood, Katherine 
Ferreira, Robert DaCamera (President), Rod 
Jackson, Aaron Gilbert, Henry Kunhardt. 
Third Row: Stephen Garvin, Christopher 
Harris (Corresponding Secretary), Douglas 
Wilkinson (Treasurer), Theodore Velsor, 
Kevin Troy (Vice President), Mike Gomes. 
Second Row: Aurelio Valente, Jeff Perry, Jon 
Stephenson, Frank Koczalka. 
Front Row: Marc Cardinal (Recording 
Secretary), Guy Rezendes, Barry Lorion, 
William Ashworth. 




ASME 




American Society of Mechanical Engineers 

Back Row (left to right): Raymond C. Avitable, 

John Munroe, Michael Alexandrian, Thomas 

Lucier, Scott Gosnell, Paul Borsari, Jr. 

Second Row: Craig Correia, Maria E. Villamarion; 

C, Mark Pike, Al Dupre, Jennifer Dalio, Sharon 

Pickell, Dawna Hudson, Lionel Stewart. 

Front Row: Paul McGovern, Raymond Laoulache. 



Equestrian Team 



Back Row (left to right): Liz Newell, 
Tammy Greene (Co-Captain), Tammy 
Haley (Co-Captain), Yvonne Wilson, 
Front Row: Vicky Sandstrom, Suzanne 
Baskinger, Dara Gallagher, Lauren 
Heim. 

Missing from photo: Sue D'Entremont, 
Heidi Thompson, Andrea Johnson, 
Sarah Mellor, Shelley Turcotte, Ann- 
Marie Brassard, Jenifer Wall, Maria 
Bonczyk. 



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Literary Society 




Back Row (left to right): Sean Connolly (Treasurer), Carolyn 
Bertrand, Kim Amaral (President). 

Front Row: Deb Lewis (Secretary), James Marlow (Advisor). 
Missing from photo: Penny Piva (Corresponding Secretary), 
Lori Mullen, Nels Lindblom, Joey Hacking. 



Student Advisory Program 



Back Row (left to right): Dave, Jill Peavey, Carrie 
Wheeler, Monica Soulard, Debbie Desroche, Lisa 
Tarpey, Ann Marie Dialessi, Dawn Margolin, Lisa 
Kun, David Goyette. 
Front Row: Heather Robbins, Vanessa 
MacDonald, Nina Kagan, Kim Sullivan, Natalie 
Richardson, Jennifer Brunner, Shelly Morin. 
Sitting: Kim Burns, Heidi Shaw. 





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Sigma Theta Tau 



Faculty counselors for Theta 
Kappa chapter of Sigma Theti 
Tau, International Nursing 
Honor Society: Prof. Rita 
O'Neill, Prof. Phyllis Currier. 




Chinese Student Association 




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Theater Company 

Twenty-Fifth Gala Season 




Back Row (left to right): George Rodrigues, Rob Childs, 

Rick Hynes, Tom Becker, Dave Ortiz, Joe Russo, Steve 

Olivera, Michele Hemstreet (Properties), Tom Waters. 

Third Row: Kerry Gillon, Jen Shea, Tricia Cahton, 

Stephanie Meadows, Kelly Fernandez, Sheri Bevan, 

AnneLouise Mahoney, Billy Sullivan. 

Second Row: Kim Reid, Kelli Kemper, Alex Valentine, 

Heather Moss, Marianne DiMascio, Julie Terry, Zora 

Valentine. 

Front Row: Douglas Hodge (Press Secretary), Kathryn 

Tolini (Ticket Manager), Angus Bailey (Director), Lisa 

Peterman (Vice President), Mike Corriveau, John 

Beausoleil (President). 

Missing from photo: Deidre Sullivan, Steve Hayes. 

Technical Staff: Darren King, Doug Nelson, Ken Moran, 

Ken Reardon, Bryan Hallus, Rich Arsenault, Carlos 

Costa. 




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Scrimshaw 1992 Staff 



Dean Donald C. Howard 
Karen Burrows 
Kieran Chapman 
Christine Murphy 
Francesca Cerutti 
Laura Squilante 
Laurie Lafave 
Josh "Tree" Neimand 
Cheryl Adams 



Advisor 

Editor-in-Chief 

Layout Editor 

Copy Editor 

Photography Editor 

Publications Manager 

Sports Section Copy Editor (Fall) 

Sports Copy Editor (Winter-Spring) 

Sports Section Photography Editor 




The Executive BoarcKfrom left to right): Christine Murphy (Copy Editor), Francesca Cerutti (Photo Editor), 
Karen Burrows (Editor-in-Chief), Laura Squilante (Publications Manager), Kieran Chapman (Layout Editor). 



Production Assistants: 

Jodi Bogigian 

Julie Coelho 

Phil Friar 

Kevin Gawthrope 

Edwin Elias Irizarry 

Edwin Enrique Irizarry 

Jill Owens 

Jamie Quinn 

Dan Wood 



Photo Contributions: 

Cheryl Adams 
Beth Brooks 
Francesca Cerutti 
Karl Dietzler 
Stacey Joly 
Steve Pereira 
Matt Poyant 
Francisco Samuels 
Jamie Quinn 
Ed #1 Irizarry 
Ed #2 Irizarry 



Writing Contributions: 

Karen Burrows 
Julie Coelho 
Eileen Finneran 
Dr. John Fitzgerald 
Everett Hoagland 
Laurie Lafave 
Christine Murphy 
Tree Neimand 
Jill Owens 
Suzanne Porter 
Jennifer Reed 



Mary Viera 
Dan Wood 




The Scrimshaw 1992 Staff (Back Row from left to right): Christine Murphy, Francesca Cerutti, Karen Burrows, Kieran Chapman. 
Front Row: Jamie Quinn, Edwin Enrique "Ed #2" Irizarry, Dan Wood, Jodi Bogigian, Edwin Elias "Ed #1" Irizarry, Jill Owens. 



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To the Graduating Class 



To the Class of 1992: 

It has taken years to make the memories that are preserved in 
this book, years that have passed by in a flash. It wasn't long 
ago that we were awkward freshman, wandering through the 
corridors of concrete trying desperately to figure out where 
"Group V" was or if we would know a soul in the class once 
we got there. We made new friends, lost touch with others, 
and moved on through our years as students, learning as 
much from what we discovered on our own as what was 
taught to us. 

Each year, the staff of the yearbook accepts the responsibility 
of being the caretakers of our memories. I would like to take 
this opportunity to thank some of the individuals that played 
such an important role in producing this publication. First, I 
would like to praise my staff, for without their support and dedication, this book would have not been possible. To my section 
editors Kieran, Christine, and Francie, you have my eternal gratitude for being there to hold my hand, pat me on the back, or 
give me a swift kick when I needed it. Kieran, I wish you luck and patience in taking over this position. Dean Don Howard, 
thank you for the words of wisdom and guidance, but also for the room to let me learn so much on my own. To the folks at 
Jostens, Chestnut Hill Studios, and College Publications, I always appreciated your help and understanding when dealing 
with a frantic editor. Thank you Norval Garnett and Paul Lopes for always being there to answer my questions, no matter 
where you were or what time it was. And Peter Owens, thanks for all the advice, suggestions, and reassurances this past year, 
I needed them. 



This publication should remind us not only of the good and bad times, but also that we were fortunate to receive this education 
and we should harvest what we have learned. We have grown and adapted through the years- as did our school, from the SMU 
we chose to attend long ago, to the UMass Dartmouth we leave as the first graduating class. As we separate and move in 
different directions, let us not ever forget the friends and memories that made this university our home. I wish you all success 
and happiness in the years to come. 



Sincerely, 



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Karen E. Burrows 
Editor-in-Chief 




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Commencement 



Sunday, May 31 marked the Graduation of the first class 
from the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. 1,367 
students received their bachelor's and master's degrees 
under gloomy, but rainless skies. Rev. Clinton E. Parker, 
Jr., delivered the Invocation and asked for God's help in 
holding off the impending rain. 

Dr. Joseph C. Deck, Interim Chancellor, welcomed the 
thousands of graduates, friends and family members to 
the Commencement exercises, held outdoors in the 
University's Vietnam Veterans Memorial Amphithe- 
ater. President of the University of Massachusetts Sys- 
tem, Dr. E. K. Fretwell, also greeted the crowd and 
wished the graduates the best of luck in the future. 
Patricia Spellman, President of the Class of 1992, bid a 
fond farewell to the many students she represented 
over the past two years as president. She encouraged 
the graduates to remain positive in the face of a faltering 
economy, and to work hard to improve the world for 
future generations, especially to keep state higher edu- 
cation an accessible goal for all. 

Academy and Tony Award-winning actress Patricia 
Neal delivered the commencement address, filled with 
her own trials and tribulations as an actress, mother, 
and stroke victim, "My life has been a study of the 
possible," Ms. Neal commented. She shared with the 
audience the tragedies she confronted and overcame, 
including the near-fatal stroke she survived, which 
caused her to later become a major advocate for reha- 
bilitative medicine. Ms. Neal's words were filled with 
hope and encouragement for the graduates as she added, 
"May you continue to grow and to learn with as much 
vitality and delight as I have found." 

Fredric Alpert, former associate professor of manage- 
ment and member of the University of Massachusetts 
Board of Trustees, was posthumously awarded an hon- 
orary doctor of humane letters, in recognition of his 
numerous contributions to the university and the sur- 
rounding community. Michael C. Alpert accepted the 
award on behalf of his father. Eugenie Clark, ichthyolo- 
gist and professor of zoology at the University of Mary- 
land, was awarded an honorary doctor of science de- 
gree and Michael F. James, local painter, printmaker, 
quilt artist and graduate of SMU, was awarded an 
honorary doctor of fine arts degree. Ms. Neal was also 
awarded an honorary doctor of humane letters. 

Finally, the graduates from each of the five colleges took 
their turns on stage, receiving the degrees that marked 
years of hard work, dedication, and stress. Cheers, 
tears, and popped champagne corks were numerous at 
the end of the ceremony, which was concluded by a 
rendition of the school's Alma Mater. As the graduates 
filed out of the Amphitheater, they took their first steps 
away from the university and into the future. 




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674-3861 


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657 Dartmouth Street 

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996-6724 


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310 Shove Street 

Fall River ' 
575-5010 


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676-3023 


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New Bedford 

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177 Bullock Road 

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1 1 Howland Road 
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508 Hawthorn Street 

North Dartmouth 

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New Bedford 

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2631 S. Main Street 
Fall River 
672-0850 


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65 Alden Road 
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185 State Rd., North Dartmouth, 996-2645 


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738 State Rd., North Dartmouth, 994-9091 


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120 Cove St., New Bedford, 992-8541 


156 Eighth St., New Bedford, 996-3946 


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250 Elm St., South Dartmouth, 994-0759 


133 County St., New Bedford, 992-4741 


WILLIAM STARCK ARCHITECTS, INC. 


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155 N. Main St., Fall River, 675-7811 


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215 State Rd., North Dartmouth, 994-4311 


2359 Purchase St., New Bedford, 993-1233 


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