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Table of Contents 



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Introduction 



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Faculty and Administration 




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Seniors 



Seniors Not Photographed 



World Events 



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Campus Events 



Athletics 



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Clubs and Organizations 



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Commencement 



Advertisements 



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The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth 




It's easy to wax nostalgic for the four years 
just passed, but you shouldn't. Instead 
you should congratulate yourself for a job 
well done, and look forward. The romantic 
aura that is forming around your under- 
graduate career might just as soon dissi- 
pate when you remember all the sleepless 
nights, crashed disks and financial aid 
delays that accompanied it. Or if you look 
to the uncertain job market ahead. But you 
did it. You're through. 

You're now part of an elite group. Recent 
statistics suggest at least half of the under- 
graduates in state four-year institutions 
don't make it to graduation. According to 
The Almanac of Higher Education , nation- 
wide, only 20% of all adults have their 
Bachelor's Degree; in Massachusetts, only 
16% do. They also list 110,031 public four- 
year institution undergrads statewide; 
the Registrar's Office lists 5600 at 
UMass Dartmouth; over 1000 are in the 
graduating Class of 1994. 
So you're special. 



If you think the last four years have been a growth 
spurt, just look at what your university has gone 
through since its inception: nearly a century ago the 
Bradford Durfee Textile School was established in 
New Bedford; this became the New Bedford Textile 
Institute in 1944, then the New Bedford Institute of 
Textiles and Technology in 1954 and then simply 
the New Bedford Institute of Technology in 1957. 

The consolidation of the Bradford Durfee College of 
Technology and the New Bedford Institute of 
Technology in 1964 spawned the Southeastern 
Massachusetts Technological Institute. This set the 
stage for architect Paul Rudolph's innovative, 
monolithic campus design and the inception of 
Southeastern Massachusetts University in 1969. In, 
1988, SMU continued its forward momentum, 
taking the Swain School of Design on Purchase 
Street in New Bedford under its wing, despite 
increasingly hard economic times. 

The final name change came on August 31, 1991 
when the school we called home for the last four 




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years became the University of Massachusetts 
Dartmouth, part of a single, five-branch University 
of Massachusetts system. With the state's support 
for higher education plummeting by 10% in the 
three academic years between 1990 and 1993 (the 
third biggest cut nationwide) it's easy to see that a 
streamlining of the academic bureaucracy was 
necessary at the state level. But would the name 
change help us? Or would we lose some autonomy 
at the state level in exchange for greater visibility 
and a corresponding boost in prestige? Only time 
will tell. 

As you graduate, may you cherish the memories of 
your time here, draw strength from what you have 
learned and from the people you've met, and al- 
ways remember what you accomplished. 

It's your education now. You own it. You paid for 
it. No one can ever take it away. When you visit 
your alma mater again, remember that you support 
every stone-mottled step, every ribbed cement 
pillar through the efforts you make. You are the 
Class of 1994. Welcome to the world. 



Susan Costa 



Occasionally, we read that someone has 
been gifted with a priceless jewel, and 
we are awestruck and envious. Here at 
UMass Dartmouth, we have been gifted 
with a rare gem in the person of Susan 
Costa, and other schools may well look 
to us with awe and envy. 

As UMass Dartmouth's Director of 
Student Activities, Susan is a bright and 
beautiful exemplar for all of us, espe- 
cially for women, and most especially 
for women of color. Exquisitely bal- 
anced, she is both a devoted mother 
who lives according to strong family 
values, and a woman who loves her 
career and is committed to the students 
she serves. Susan has helped to create 
on this campus a multicultural environ- 
ment that thrives on rich diversity and 
whose inhabitants neither perpetrate 
nor fall prey to discrimination of any 
sort. With skill and unruffled efficiency, 
Sue fills a multitude of roles, and with 
sensitivity and generous self-giving, 
meets a wide spectrum of needs. In 
hectic situations she provides the 
saving grace of humor coupled with a 
characteristic calmness that defuses 
tensions and unravels complications. 
Working with the Student Activities 
Board, Sue regularly extends herself 
beyond the requirements of her job, 
putting in long, extra hours, acting as 
the master problem solver and making 
great efforts to bring to the campus 
entertainment with the broadest 
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A born leader, Susan respects and 
considers the thoughts, opinions, and 
personalities of those she leads. Stu- 
dents and colleagues alike appreciate 
her conscientiousness, her optimistic 
attitude, and her ability to create a 
cohesive community out of disparate 
elements, and harmony out of 
cacophony. If we seek her help — and 
many of us do -- Susan does us the 
unusual honor of really listening to us, 
really hearing us, and honestly reacting 
to what we say. With delicacy, genuine- 
ness, and innate wisdom, she offers us 
new perspectives for looking at situa- 
tions, and sound advice for finding our 
own right directions. 

Ultimately, what Susan Costa leaves on the minds of those who deal with her is the 
finely etched impression of a woman of great integrity, of gentle strength, and of 
genuine caring. That she will never compromise her principles to take an easier 
route, that she will always do the right thing without fanfare or posturing, and that 
she will always treat people fairly are things you intuit about her when you meet 
her, and confirm absolutely when you deal with her over a period of time. The 
loftiness of her ideals elevates our own, the examples of her supple confidence, her 
firm centeredness, and her graceful humor show us what a noble role leadership 
can be for both women and men. Above all, her concerned outreach offers us the 
caring contact any young adult in process is blessed to know. And, therefore, we, 
the Class of 1994, dedicate our yearbook to Susan Costa. May she always know that 
we recognized the rare gem in our midst and understood its worth. And may she 
always feel our enduring affection and our great and timeless gratitude. 






To the Class of 1 994 




These are extraordinary times for this 
great institution and I believe we have 
all been fortunate to share in them. If 
you came here before 1991, you came to 
Southeastern Massachusetts University. 
You leave as graduates of a University 
of Massachusetts Dartmouth that is 
rapidly becoming a full partner with the 
University System. 

I hope that as you reflect upon your 
years here, you also think about the 
future and your continuing relationship 
to the University. I believe that relation- 
ship has never been more important, nor 
has it ever manifested itself in so many 
critical ways. 

It is clear that we are in an era of life- 
long learning. To continue to be com- 
petitive in the international marketplace 
we will all have to be prepared to 
continue our education. Your university 
is in the process of establishing a robust 
continuing education program, not just 
here in Dartmouth, but in Attleboro, 
Taunton, Plymouth, and Cape Cod. 
We want to be there when you need us 
again. 



We must also work closely with busi- 
ness and professional leaders to develop 
special programs to meet new chal- 
lenges during changing times. So I urge 
you, as you take your place among the 
leaders of tomorrow, to continue a close 
relationship with your university. We 
want to work with you to meet the 
changing needs of society. To do this we 
will need your input and regular 
feedback. 

We must also find a way to continue our 
efforts to be inclusive - to provide a 
university education for all no matter 
what their ethnic or cultural back- 
ground. Today, for many social and 
economic reasons too many people do 
not have access to public higher educa- 
tion. We must work together to change 
those things which limit access. 

Part of that change is occurring because 
of unprecedented private support for 
UMass Dartmouth. Even as state 
budgets for Higher Education have 
contracted in the face of many other 
important demands, public generosity 
for this University, in honor of its 100th 



year has greatly increased. Our de- 
ceased alumni, Mr. Robert White, 
donated virtually his entire estate to 
UMass Dartmouth estimated at $4 
million. This is the largest donation to 
any public college or university in, 
Massachusetts ever. This is a sign that 
your University is held in high respect 
and that your hard-earned degree has 
ever increasing value. 

The faculty and staff who stay behind to 
teach and serve again for other years are 
proud of you. We hope you will be 
proud of your University and visit us 
often. I wish you all possible success 
and happiness. 

Sincerely, 
Peter H. Cressy 
Chancellor 



Hello fellow Seniors! It has finally arrived — the day we all have been anticipating and perhaps dreading for the past four, five 
maybe six years — graduation. I'm sure lot's of you are filled with mixed emotions. At once, happy to be leaving the stress of 
oral reports, papers and finals but sad, because also left behind will be friends and the memories we've shared at UMass 
Dartmouth. 

Our education here has been of the 
highest caliber. We can be proud 
because we have accomplished some- 
thing. Hard work, dedication and 
perseverance gave us what we set out 
for — a degree. We are about to step 
into the "real world" where we can put 
into action all the valuable knowledge 
we have gained over the years. 

Of course college is about learning and 
achieving, but it's also about growing as 
a person and having fun. The friends 
we've made at UMass will probably be 
some of the best friends we'll ever have. 
Let's not forget Michael's, The Rat, Cafe 
Giesta, Spring Break '94, Senior Week, 
Senior Blast-Off, party houses (dwin- 
dling in number each year), Gilligan's, 
The Playdium, Spring Week, Lupo's — 
the list is infinite. The class of 1994 
knows how to party! 

Thank you for giving me and my fellow 
class officers, Charlie, Suzi and Tina, the 
opportunity to serve you. It has been 
both a pleasure and a honor to know we 
have made our senior year the best it 
could possibly be. Best of luck in all 
your future endeavors. 



Sincerely, 

Michael Wood 

Senior Class President 




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College has given me an 
entirely new perspective on 
who I am and who I aspire to 
be. This typography piece 
consists of random thoughts 
and feelings I was having at a 
rather low and problematic 
time in my life. It helped me 
clear out my mind and make 
healthy evaluations about 
myself and other women. 

Women have a separate, 
unique culture and diversity of 
which many people disregard 
or are oblivious to. The older 
I grow, the more aware I 
become of my womanhood 
and it's importance. I have 
faith in the definite strength 
and power of women and 
believe that if given the 
chance, we can make 
monumental, positive, 
changes. But this can only be 
made possible by stepping 
beyond surface matters and 
focusing on inner qualities and 
spiritual strength. The effort 
is worth it. 

I'm not attempting to be a 
representative for all women... 



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am a woman 

and proud to be one. 

Although we are prosecuted, 
we are the stronger sex. 
We are all dreamers. 
We are constantly exposed 
and it is a continuous struggle. 
I am a lover of love, 
but I hate love. 
Our lives are nothing but hassles. 
We are Gods beloved 

and are always waiting for something, someone. 
We are possibly the most misunderstood people. 
We are like the earth 

and should be respected, revered. 
Women are artists. 
Who is she? Do you really know her? 

Probably not. 
She gave her fantasy away and settled. 
She gives her heart. 

She loves herself 

and she hates herself. 

"I'm much too tall, to feel that small." 
"And these are the years that we have spent. 

And this is what they represent. 

And this is how I feel. 

Do you know how I feel? 

Cause I don't think you know how I feel." 

Do you ever think about her? 
She grows stronger. 

She gets weaker. 
She has so much to offer. 

Don't look at her that way. 

What gives you the right to say that to her? 

Now she wants to cry. 

But she's tired of crying. 
Women are categorized, 

like pets. 
We're so tired. 
Do you ever really look at me and see me? 



I want to be respected. I want to be appreciated. I want to be loved. 

No one wants to be alone all their lives. 

Sometimes I think I will be. 
I want people to understand women. 

To understand women is to understand me. 
I don't want just men to understand, 
because some women don't understand either. 

These are perhaps the most lost creatures of them all. 
This is what I wanted to communicate. 
Perhaps I came across sounding angry, sappy or ridiculous. 
But that's OK, 

because I am all of these things. 



Faculty and Administration 




Thomas M. Mulvey 

Vice Chancellor for Student 
Services 




L. Brice Anderson 

Provost and Vice Chancellor 
for Academic Affairs 




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Sandra Hathaway 

Interim Dean of Continuing 
Studies 







Lewis Dars 

Vice Chancellor of 
Administrative and Fiscal 
Services 




John Bush 

Special Assistant to the 
Chancellor on Affirmative 
Action and Cultural Diversity 




Janet Freedman 

Dean of Library Services 




Richard J. Panofsky 

Associate Vice Chancellor 
for Academic Affairs 




Donald C. Howard 

Dean of Students 




Norman L. Barber 

Director of New Student 
Programs 



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Paul D. Fistori 

Director of University 
Records 




Gerald S. Coutinho 

Director of Financial Aid 




Linus Travers 

Director of Institutional 
Advancement 




Raymond Barrows 

Admissions Director 




Kevin W. Hill 

Director of Housing and 
Residential Life 







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Joyce Ames 

Director of Student Health 
Services 




Roger P. Tache 

Business Manager 




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Raymond McKearney 

Chief of Safety and Security 



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Susan Costa 

Director of Student 
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Richard C. Waring 

Campus Center Director 




John E. Rich 

Director of Career Services 




Greg Stone 

Director of Publication and 
Media Productions 




Francis Gordon 

Director of Facilities and 
Physical Plant 




Donald H. Ramsbottom 

Executive Director, UMass 
Dartmouth Foundation 




Robert A. Dowd 

Director of Athletics 



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College of Arts and Sciences 




Suzann Buckley 

Dean, College of Arts and 
Sciences 




Lewis Kamm 

Associate Dean 




Francis Esposito 

Chair, Economics 




Patrick Foley 

Chair, Education 




Robert Waxier 

Chair, English 




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Gerard M. Koot 

Chair, History 



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Labaron Colt 

Chair, Biology 




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Giulio Massano 

Chair, Foreign Literature 
and Languages 




Robert Leamson 

Chair, MultiDisciplinary 
Studies 



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Robert Tannenwald 

Chair, Math 




James Griffith 

Chair, Medical Labortory 
Science 




Jean Doyle 

Chair, Political Science 




Toby Huff 

Chair, Sociology and 
Anthropology 




John J. Fitzgerald 

Chair, Philosophy 




James dePagter 

Chair, Physics 




Barry Haimson 

Chair, Psychology 




Donald Smith 

Chair, Chemistry 



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College of Visual 
and Performing Arts 




Dante Vena 

Chair, Art Education 




Michael Taylor 

Dean, College of Visual 
and Performing Arts 




Magali Carrera 

Chair, Art History 





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Elaine Fisher 


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Anthony Miraglia 

Chair, Fine Arts 




Eleanor Carlson 

Chair, Music 



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College of Business 
and Industry 




Ronald D. McNeils 

Dean, College of Business 
and Industry 




Richard Golen 

Chair, Management 




William A. Silveira 

Chair, Textile Design 










Raymond Jackson 

Chair, Accounting and 
Finance 




John A. Chopoorian 

Chair, Marketing and 
Business Information 
Systems 



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College of Engineering 




Thomas J. Curry 

Interim Dean, College of 
Engineering 




Lee Estes 

Chair, Electrical and Com- 
puter Engineering 




Elisabeth Pennington 

Dean, College of Nursing 






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Frederick Law 

Chair, Civil Engineering 



Ronald DiPippo 

Chair, Mechanical 
Engineering 




Robert Helgeland 

Chair, Electrical 
Engineering Technology 



College of Nursing 




Mary Ann Dillon 

Chair, Nursing Institutional 
Studies 



Sonya Peterson 

Chair, Community 
Nursing 



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seniors 




Matt Smith 




Dusty warehouse. I should be 
working, I know, but this is 
infinitely more interesting. 
I'm listening to one of my 
co-workers talk about his 
home. NOT LIKE MINE. 

It's a hot summer in Lawrence, 
MA and I'm listening to 
summers of Spain. My 
co-worker talks excitingly 
about his home and I am 
excited. There is sadness there 
too. Things are different here 
he says. I should probably get 
to work now, but here comes 
another worker. 

He tells me tales of a place not 
so far from me but still as 
interesting. He speaks of 
growing up in inner-city 
Boston, going to school in 
Mattapan. I listen carefully to 
the trials and rewards of such 
an atmosphere. 
NOT LIKE MINE. 

Now I'm at school and at my 
house. My roommate feels so 
strongly about a different way 
of life that waits for him in 
Portugal. Relations strong like 
I've never seen them. And 
there is more. 



I've listened to friend from 
home about his first half of his 
life in Korea. I've prodded 
another about his family and 
friends in Hong Kong. Walking 
in black and white as I was, I 
could not find the colors to 
show the excitement I felt about 
these different ways that were 
shared with me. Patterns then 
would serve my purpose. 



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Robert Abbadessa 

Nursing 



Heidi Adams 

English 



Peter Adams 

Finance 



Christopher Aguiar 

Management 







Ignatius S. Akpan 

Accounting 



Sarah Aldrich 

English 



Cynthia Alferos 

Biology 



Denise Alfonso 

Mathematics 







Lisa Allendorf 

Multidisciplinary Studies 



Theresa Almeida 

Accounting 



Jehad Alshrafi 

Electrical Engineering 



Kristen Alves 

Accounting 




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Patricia Amaral 

Management 




Robert Amaral 

Mechanical Engineering Tech. 




Jill Andrade 

Marketing 




Tracy Ann Anderson 

Management 







Melissa Andresen 

Human. /Soc. Sciences 



David Antunes 

Accounting 



Karen Anuszczyk 

Finance 



Thomas Armell 

Political Science 







Brian Army 

Mathematics 



Sharon Arruda 

Art Education 



Lori Arsenault 

Accounting 



Maryellen Arsenault 

Human. /Soc. Sciences 







Michael Astrella 

Electrical Engineering 



Brandy Baggott 

Psychology 



Anita M. Bailey 

Human. /Soc. Sciences 



Suzanne Bancroft 

Electrical Engineering 




Nelson G. Barbosa 

Sociology 




Paula Barbosa 

Political Science 




James Bardsley 

Accounting 




Jason Barnwell 

Electrical Engineering 



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Suzanne Baskinger 

Marine Biology 



Jennifer Batchelder 

English/Writing & Comm. 



Kimberly Marie Beauvais 

Marine Biology 



Susan Beavan 

Sociology 







Dallas Bedard 

Nursing 



Thomas Bednarz 

Mulidisciplinary Studies 



John Beisheim 

Accounting 



Stephanie Benetti 

Psychology 




Nicolas Beraudo 

Marketing 




Lori Bernard 

Human. /Soc. Sciences 




Tamara Berry 

Textile Technology 







Dina Bettencourt 

Textile Design 




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Ernest Bettencourt 

Portuguese 




Mark Bevilacqua 

Management 




Karla Bisceglia 

Management 




Julie Blasenak 

Visual Design 







Robert Boardman 

Electrical Engineering 



Kara Bochman 

Psychology 



Roxanne Bonneau 

Nursing 



Linda Bosse 

Human. /Soc. Sciences 







Jennifer Boushell 

Criminal Justice 



Monique Bovat 

Marketing 



James Boyle 

Political Science 



Helen Branco 

Nursing 







Kathleen A. Branco 

Art Education 



Rachael Mary Brodeur 

Psychology 



Sharon Brough 

Human. /Soc. Sciences 



Scott Brower 

Accounting 




Gregg Buehler 

Mechanical Engineering Tech. 




M. Bartu Bugatur 

Masters of Business Administration 




Tracy Burton 

Marketing 




Nathan Byrnes 

History 



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Anthony Cabral 

Electrical Engineering 



John Cabral 

Computer Info. Sciences 



Karen Cabral 

English 



Kelley Cabral 

Sociology 




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Patrick Caffrey 

Computer Info. Sciences 



Christopher J. Cahill 

Mechanical Engineering Tech. 



Celina Caldas 

Accounting 



Erin C. Callahan 

French 







Katherine Callahan 

Mathematics 



Kelly Camara 

Psychology 



Robert Camelio 

Accounting 



Doreen Cameron 

Mathematics 




Kristy Canastra 

Psychology 




Nuno Capataz 

Electrical Engineering 




Nicki Carignan 

Marketing 




Jennifer Carle 

Human./Soc. Sciences 



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Jackson Carneiro 

Finance 



John Carneiro 

Electrical Engineering 



Leslie Carpenter 

Nursing 



Cristin Can- 
Human. /Soc. Sciences 







Robert Carreau 

Sociology 



Christopher Carreiro 

Management 



David Carreiro 

Chemistry 



Susana Carvalho 

Electrical Engineering 







Rose Caseiro 

Biology 



Kristen Caulkins 

Sociology 



James Chaves 

Human./Soc. Sciences 



Jennifer Chelli 

Medical Laboratory Sciences 




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Carla Ciampa 

Visual Design 




Elizabeth Ciolino 

Accounting 




Leia Claussen 

Textile Design 




Gregory Clifford 

Illustration 







Brian Colby 

Mathematics 



Diane Coleman 

English /Writing & Comm. 



Brian Conley 

Finance 



Shauna Conley 

Finance 





John Connelly 

English /Writing & Comm. 





Kathleen Corbett 

Finance 





Christine Cormier 

Accounting 




Timothy Correia 

Management 



Elizabeth Costa 

Accounting 



Paul Costa 

Electrical Engineering 



Richard Costa 

Psychology 




Solange Costa 

Biology 




Steven Costa 

Electrical Engineering 




Dina Costello 

Human Resources Management 




Denis P. Cote 

Mechanical Engineering Tech. 



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Daniel Courcy 

Civil Engineering 




John J. Coutinho 

Political Science 




Erica Croll 

Textile Technology 



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Paul Dacey 

Political Science 







Tina Dacheux 

Visual Design-Illustration 



Ana DaCruz 

Nursing 



Craig Dahlberg 

Mathematics 



Brian Dailey 

English 





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Jennifer Dalio 

Mechanical Engineering 



Anna daLuz 

Spanish 



Virgil DaSilva 

Nursing 



Helena Delima 

Management 




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John DeMaggio 
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Amy Deneault 

Art Education 



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Mark Dennis 

Marketing 




Rita DeOliveira 

Psychology 




Lisa Desmet 

Human. /Soc. Sciences 




Christina DiLorenzo 

Chemistry 





David DeSousa 

Political Science 




Christine DiPietro 

Marketing 





Patrick Despres 

Art Education 




Scott Diogenes 

Management 





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Katherine Dexter 

Visual Design 




Kevin Doherty 

Masters of Business Administration 




Courtenay Dold 

Marketing 



Allison M. Donnell 

Accounting 



Elliot Donovan 

Textile Design 



Tracy Dozois 

Accounting 




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David Dube 

Accounting 




Michael Dube 

Economics 




Jean Ducharme 

Sociology 




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John Duggan 

Marketing 




Michelle T. Duquette 

Mechanical Engineering Tech. 




Alison Farina 

English/Literature 




Kimberly Ferdella 

Human./Soc. Sciences 




Montana W. Eang 

Visual Design 




James D. Faria 

Accounting 




James Farrell 

Management 




Lynn Ferguson 

Human. /Soc. Sciences 




Linda Edwards 

Textile Design 




Beth Farias 

Biochemistry 




Matthew Farrell 

Civil Engineering 




Diana Ferraguto 

Artisanry 




Marissa Egan 

Human./Soc. Sciences 




Nancy Farias 

Political Science 




Angela Federici 

Political Science 




Suzanne Ferro 

Marketing 



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Jenny Ferrusi 

Human. /Soc. Sciences 



Shannon Finley 

Art Education 



Patrick Fitzgerald 

Sociology 



Amy Fitzmaurice 

Marketing 




Erin Fitzpatrick 

Textile Technology 




Brian Fraser 

Electrical Engineering Tech. 




Kirk Fitzsimmons 

Textile Technology 




Katrina M. Flick 

Textile Technology 




Marion Fratolillo 

English /Writing & Comm. 




Andrew Flanagan 

Buisness 




Paula Forte 

Marketing 





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Photography 




Sherri Flanagan 

Sociology 




Lina Fragoso 

Management 




Joseph Frenna 

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Paul Furtado 

Management 



Marianne Fyrberg 

Nursing 



William Gagnon 

Economics 



Melaina Galanis 

Management 







Dara Gallagher 

Human. /Soc. Science 



Bruce Gardzina 

History 



Karen Gaviglia 

Psychology 



Michael Gefteas 

Multidisciplinary Studies 




Edwin Gentle 

Political Science 






Jenessa Ellen Gerard 

Human. /Soc. Science 



Linda Ellen Gerard 

Human./Soc. Science 



Gonzalo Gioni 

Electrical Engineering 




38 



Joanna Gircys 

Nursing 




Derica Gobeil 

Economics 




Jonathan Gomes 

Sociology 




Anthony Goncalves 

Management 







David Goncalves 

Electrical Engineering 



Brenda Goodreau 

Political Science 



Maria C. Goulart 

Accounting 



David Goyette 

Finance 







Sharon E. Grace 

Accounting 



Derek Gracia 

Accounting 



Marc Grady 

History 



Anastasia Gravanis 

Accounting 







Christine Greaney 

Psychology 



Jason Green 

Chemistry 



Kim Knowles Grewelle 

Nursing 



Timothy Griffin 

History 




Kimberly Griffith 

Psychology 




Frank Grimm 

Master of Physics 




Matthew Guarino 

English 




Christopher Guerreiro 

Human. /Soc. Science 



39 




Jeffrey Guilbault 

Political Science 





David Guilmet 

Biology 





Christopher Guinen 

Electrical Engineering 





Adrian Guzikowski 

Economics 




Carla Haddad 

French 



Philip Hahn 

Accounting 



Debra Halligan 

Nursing 



Jennifer Hambly 

History 







Carrie Hampl 

Marketing 



Daniel Hankins 

Mechanical Engineering 



Diane Hansen 

Accounting 



Seth Hargraves 

Political Science 




42 



Sheryl Harney 

Visual Design-Illustraion 




Heather Marie Harriman 

Graphic Design/ Letterform 




William Harris 

Masters of Business Acini. 




James Hebert 

Accounting 






Robert Heffernan 

Visual Design-Illustration 



Kathryn Hendrick 

Human. /Soc. Science 



Susan Hennessey 

Management 




Floernce Henot 

Human Resource Management 







Michael Hickey 

Marketing 



Michael Hillcoat 

Civil Engineering 



Sharon Hoerup 

English/ Writing & Comm. 



Steffen Hoffman 

Masters of Business Adm. 




Aida Isaza 

Textile Chemistry 




Cynthia Hults 

Psychology 




Michael Jardin 

History 




Christopher Igo 

Management 




Linda Jarossi 

English 




Jennifer Irizarry 

Visual Design-Photography 





Frank Jennings 

English 



43 




Brian Johnson 

Mechanical Engineering Tech. 




Anthony Kalloniatis 

Electrical Engineering 





Barrett Jones 

Accounting 




Mary Keaveney 

Nursing 





Julie Jones 

Psychology 




Jennifer Keenan 

English 





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Michael J. Josti 

Sociology-Criminal Justice 




Sharyn Keeney 

Psychology 




John Kelly 

History 



Patrick Kenny 

Chemistry 



Jason Kent 

English/Writing & Comm. 



Kamile Khazan 

Human. /Soc. Science 




Stephen King 

Visual Design-Illustration 




Charlie Kirk 

Marketing 




Andrea Klein 

Art History 




Nickole Kneeland 

Sociology-Criminal Justice 



45 







Alice Kopaczewski 

Medical Laboratory Science 



Richard Kosinski 

Business Info Systems 



Catherine Koss 

Nursing 



Debra Krafton 

Biology 







Phillip Krueger 

Business Info Systems 



Lisa Kurt 

Psychology 



Jeffrey Kushmerek 

Political Science 



Catherine Lafontaine 

Chemistry / Biochemistry 






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Jessica Langlois 

Sociology 



Karen Marie Lawrence 

Management 



Margaret LeBlanc 

Human. /Soc. Science 



Robert Ledo 

History 




46 



Lauren Leduc 

! luman./Soc.Science 




Louise Leduc 

Nursing 




James Lee 

Electrical Engineering 




Lauri Leeds 

Sociology /Soc. Services 







Elaine Lentini 

Psychology 



Michael Leone 

Visual Design-Photography 



Cynthia Lermond 

Psychology 



Jean Ann Lincoln 

Biology/Marine Biology 







Sarah Little 

Human Resources Management 



Kaya Lopes 

Sociology-Criminal Justice 



Scott Lopes 

Psychology 



Jennifer Lourenco 

Marketing 







Christopher Louro 

Marketing 



M. Ryan Love 

Marketing 



Kathie Lowe 

Accounting 



Becky Lussier 

Psychology 




Timothy Lussier 

Accounting 




Dawn Lynch 

Human. /Soc. Science 




Kristen MacCaughey 

Marketing 




Kalen Mace 

Human. /Soc. Science 



47 




Kristin Beth MacPherson 

Nursing 





James M. Machado 

Sociology-Criminal Justice 





Edward Madan 

Finance 





Joseph Makhoul 

Business Info Systems 



Nicole Malcona 

Sociology 



Kerry Maloney 

Visual Design 



Victoria Mangus 

Finance 



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Eric Mara 

English 



Robert Marshall 

Visual Design-Illustration 



Jeanne Martin 

Political Science 



Danielle Mason 

Art Education 




48 



James D. Matson 

Visual Design-Illustration 




Mario Mauricio 

Electrical Engineering Tech. 




Karen Mayo 

Nursing 




Chad Mazzarella 

Music 







James McArdle 

Civil Engineering 



Kellie McCabe 

Visual Design-Illustration 



Daniel McCarthy 

Sociology-Criminal Justice 



Edward McCarthy 

Marketing 







Shawn McCarthy 

Finance 



Tara McCormick 

Political Science 



Thomas McDonald 

Management 



Catherine McGrail 

Sociology-Criminal Justice 







Jacqueline McMaster 

Psychology 



Toni McWilliams 

Finance 



Anna Medeiros 

Nursing 



Brenda Lee Medeiros 

Political Science 




50 



Brenda M. Medeiros 

Marketing 




Sandra Medeiros 

Portuguese 




Timothy Medeiros 

Political Science 




Michael Mei 

Physics 







Laura Menyhart 

Human. /Soc. Science 



Philip Meskinis 

Accounting 



Douglas Messier 

History 



Michelle Messina 

English/Writing & Comm. 







Ryan Mickool 

Management 



Lisa Middleton 

Visual Design-Illustration 



Kathleen Milholo 

Political Science 



Susan K. Mitchell 

Psychology 







Derek Monroe 

Mathematics 



Bonnie Montague 

Visual Design 



Kristen Monteiro 

Sociology 



James Moore 

Sociology-Criminal Justice 




MaryEllen Morelli 

Political Science 




Andrea J. Morello 

Finance 




Leanne Morris 

Accounting 




James Moses 

Management 



51 







Terry Mozaz 

Business Management 



Jennifer Mulcare 

English /Writing & Comm. 



Shannon N. Murphy 

Human. /Soc. Science 



Lisa M. Nadeau 

Sociology 







Roy Nascimento 

Political Science 



July Nasri 

Business Info Systems 



Kimberly A. Neff 

Visual Design & Typography 



Elizabeth Newell 

Nursing 





Amy J. Newton 

Med. Lab. Science-Cytotechnology 




Dieu Nguyen 

Accounting 




Steven Nichols 

Electrical Engineering Tech. 




W. Robert Nichols II 

Electrical Engineering Tech. 




Nicole Niro 

Accounting 




James Nissen 

Electrical Engineering Tech. 




Mark Nitschke 

Economics 




Jeffrey Norton 

Management 



53 







Denise Nunes 

Business Info. Systems 



Julie Nunn 

Visual Design-Ceramics 



Sean O'Connell 

Visual Design 



Heather O'Donnell 

Human. /Soc. Sciences 




Heidi O'Donnell 

Human. /Soc. Sciences 




Roberta Oehley 

Psychology 




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Martinson Ogagan 

Electrical Engineering 




Rita Oliveira 

Sociology-Social Services 







Michelle Oliver 

Psychology 



Katie O'Malley 

Psychology 



David Omiunu 

Sociology-Criminal Justice 



Dave Luis Ortiz 

Multidiciphnary Studies 




54 



Janet Osborne 

Art Education 




Ann Pacheco 

Nursing 




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Elizabete M. Pacheco 

Spanish & Portuguese 




Peter Pacheco 

Electrical Engineering Tech. 





Rebecca Pare 

Medical Laboratory Science 





Adalberto Pavao 

Electrical Engineering 





Christine Peloquin 

Visual Design 




Pamela Penacho 

Electrical Engineering 



Jeffrey Pereira 

Political Science 



Sonia M. Pereira 

Nursing 



Dana Perry 

Visual Deign-Photography 




Jeff S. Perry 

Civil Engineering 




Pamela Perry 

Human Resources Management 






Scot Peterson 

Electrical Engineering Tech. 



Nelia Petit 

Accounting 




William Pettengill 

Mechanical Engineering 




Vickie Philibert 

Human. /Soc. Sciences 




Kristin L. Pierce 

Biology 




Heidi Piknick 

Biology 



55 






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Karen Pinard 

Marketing 



Hilario Pinheiro 

Electrical Engineering 



Eduardo Pires 

History 



Holly Pitman 

Visual Design 







Tara Polselli 

Human. /Soc. Sciences 



Martha Powers 

Nursing 



Tracey Preininger 

Marketing 



Debra Procopio 

Accounting 







Cindy Quinchia 

Textile Technology 



Elizabeth Quinn 

Nursing 



Marguerite Racine 

Accounting 



Jennifer Raffa 

Mathematics 




56 



Martha Reeves 

Political Science 




Stephanie Rego 

English/Writing & Comm. 




Todd Rego 

Marketing 




Rosemary Reis 

Psychology 







Tina Reis 

Marketing 



Robert Rezendes 

Electrical Engineering 



Derek Roberts 

Political Science 



James Roberts 

Marketing 







Susan Roberts 

Psychology 



William Roberts 

Economics 



Darlene Robertson 

Accounting 



Michelle Robinson 

Psychology 







Steven Rodman 

Management 



Virginia Rodrigues 

Management 



Christopher Rodriquenz 

Mechanical Engineering Tech. 



Kevin Rollend 

Mechanical Engineering Tech. 




58 



Lorraine Rooney 

Visual Design 




Stephanie Rosenberg 

History 




Denise Roy 

Visual Design-Illustration 




Rosa Rua 

Medical Laboratory Science 







Michael Ruffini 

Business Info Systems 



Toni Saade 

Business Info Systems 



Yolla Saade 

French 



Jean-Claude Saghbini 

Mechanical Engineering 







Suzanne Salsinha 

Management 



Vanessa San Juan 

Human. /Soc. Science 



Joseph Santamauro 

Electrical Engineering Tech. 



Michelle Santello 

Psychology 







Jean Sasso 

Political Science 



Mark Saunders 

Biology 



Eric Schecter 

Accounting 



Domenic Schneble 

Physics 




Jeffrey Schoonover 

Physics 




Kelly Schoonover 

English 




Derek Scott 

Mathematics 




Stephanie Sears 

Multidisciplinary Studies 



59 







Christina Serodio 

Human. /Soc. Science 



Wayne Serra 

Management 



Evelyn Shanley 

Art Education 



Suman Sharma 

Masters of Computer Science 







Thomas Sherry 

Management 



Patricia Sibson 

Accounting 



Diane Silva 

Accounting 



Keri Silva 

Political Science 







Kevin Silva 

Civil Engineering 



Margaret Silva 

Accounting 



Debbie Silveira 

Political Science 



William Silveira 

Electrical Engineering 




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J. Michael Silvia 

Accounting 




Colleen Simpson 

Accounting 




Grant E. Simpson 

Civil Engineering 




Jennifer Sinclair 

Sociology-Criminal Justice 



61 



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Joseph Skees 

Management 



Tina Skerritt 

Political Science 



Heidi L. Slaney 

Graphic Design /Letterform 




Julie Smalley 

English /Writing & Comm. 







Kelly L. Smith 

Nursing 



Kerry Smith 

Nursing 



Michael Soares 

Marketing 



Mom Sonn 

Psychology 







Ronald Soper 

Electrical Engineering 



Monica Soulard 

Human./Soc. Sciences 



Michelle Sousa 

Psychology 



Michelle Souza 

Nursing 




62 



Erin Spencer 

Visual Design-Illustration 




Sandra Sprague 

Biology/ Marine Biology 




Rebecca Stacy 

Sociology-Criminal Justice 




Erin Stark 

Management 








Dana Staub 

Biology 



Michelle St. George 

Finance 



Lori Sulham 

History 



Amy Sullivan 

Human. /Soc. Science 







Brian M. Sullivan 

Masters of Business Administration 



Christine Sullivan 

Sociology 



Frederick Sullivan 

Sociology 



Jie Sun 

Engineering 



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Kimberly Gail Sussman 

Psychology 



Erik Sylvia 

Masters of Business Administration 



Neil M. Sylvia 

Marketing 



Katherine Szpala 

Accounting 




Toshiharu Takahashi 

Mechanical Engineering 





John Tarn 

Computer Engineering 



John A. Tavares 

Human Resources Management 




Jose Tavares 

Finance 



63 







Richard Tavares 

Management 



Julie Taylor 

English/Writing & Comm. 



Kate Taylor 

English/Writing & Comm. 



Michael M. Taylor 

Electrical Engineering Tech. 




Catherine Teixeira 

Sculpture & Photography 




Eric Therriault 

Psychology 




64 



Rebecca Travis 

Accounting 




Christopher Teixeira 

Mathematics 




Jill Thibault 

Textile Design 




Ronda Trychan 

Economics 




Karen Canhas Teixeira 

Management 




Kimberly Thorman 

Accounting 




Christine Turner 

English/Writing & Comm. 




Robert Tetrault 

Accounting 




Natalia Torres 

Marketing 




Melissa Upham 

English 







Martin Urschel Traci Valk 

Masters of Business Administration Visual Design-Photography 



Christopher Vanella 

Accounting 



Jodi Vautrin 

Visual Design 







Theodore Velsor 

Civil Engineering 



Jennifer Venice 

Nursing 



Daisy Viveiros 

Psychology 



Jeffery Waclawik 

Accounting 







James Wagner 

Human./Soc. Sciences 



Stephanie Wahl 

Psychology 



Scott Weiss 

Marketing 



Barbara West 

Textile Design 




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Bruce Wheelock 

Mechanical Engineering 




Peter Wildes 

Finance 




Roxanne Williams 

Marketing 




Stephanie Winkiewicz 

Marketing 







Nicole R. Witherell 

Accounting 



Julie Wood 

Accounting 



Michael Wood 

English 



William Wordell 

Management 




Stephanie Wray 

Finance 







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YeXia 

Electrical Engineering 




Tif fini L. Young 

Nursing 




Jocelyn Youngblood 

Sociology 




Jing Zhao 

Biology 





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Todd Zoly 

Mechanical Engineering Tech. 




William Zurawski 

Electrical Engineering 





67 



In memory of 
Kristen Diane Barry 




In the short time Kristen attended the 
University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, 
she had established herself in the 
Honors Program; a Mathematics major 
attaining a 4.0 Grade Point Average. She 
was a member of the Swimming and 
Diving team, and also played saxo- 
phone in the Jazz Band while at the 
university. Kristen was also very active 
in the Animal Rights movement. Being 
a highly motivated person, Kristen 
managed to influence other individuals 
she came in contact with. She hoped to 
inspire, motivate, and make other 
people more productive. Kristen is 
sorely missed by her family and friends. 



71 



In memory of 
Gerald Ventura Jr. 



Gerry Ventura was a young man of rich 
promise. A senior Political Science 
major, he was to have graduated this 
June with Honors. He held numerous 
leadership responsibilities during his 
University career. They included: an 
elected member of the Student Senate, 
it's parliamentarian for the past two 
years; and Co-chair of the University 
Lecture Series Committee. A kind and 
gental man, he was a constructive giver 
of his talents. He was a student leader 
who led by the strength of his character 
and was loved by his contemporaries 
for his unselfish spirit. He will be 
missed by all who taught him and who 
knew him. 




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Robert Abreau 
Christopher Adams 
Christopher Adejumo 
Tabitha Agneta 
Nikhil Agrawal 
Maria Aguiar 
Edward Alderson 
Joan Alderuccio 
Michael Allard 
William Allen 
Thomas Allie 
Karen Almeida 
Brett Alves 
Lisa Alves 
Robert Amaral 
Roger Amaral 
Stacey Amaral 
Eric Anderson 
Steven Anderson 
Audra Andrews 
Elisa Angelo 
Lisa Annunziata 
Mark Areias 
Regan Armstrong 
Jeffrey Arruda 
John Ashton 
George Ataya 
Jodi Aurelio 
Karylee Bailey 
Rebecca Bailie 
Richard Balkind 
David Barnes 
John Baron 
Elizabeth Barrows 
Yvette Bassett 
Timothy Baxter 
Paul Bedard, Jr. 
Christopher Beijar 
David Belanger 
Noel Belanger 
Michael Bellefeuille 
Stephen Benjamin 
Carol Bennett 
Joanne Benshoff 
Sophie Berthoud 
Velia Bettencourt 
Kim Bianchini 
Susan Bileau 
Ronald Bilodeau 
Tracey Biltcliffe 
Scott Blackburn 
Sandra Blanchard 
Robert Blanchette 
Dawn Blaschke 
Susan Boardman 
Brent Boarden 
David Borkman 
Emanuel Botelho 
Joseph Botelho 
Tammy Boulds 
Jacques Bouramia 
James Boyce 
John Boyle 
Laura Bradford 

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Accounting 

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Accounting 

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Electrical Engineering 

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Finance 

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Biology 

Finance 

Human. /Soc. Sciences 

Civil Engineering 

Painting 

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Nursing 



Timothy Bradshaw 
Jennifer Braley 
Robert Bravo 
Sarah Breuer 
Terence Brogan 
Jane Brooks 
Lance Brothers 
David Brownhill 
Brian Bubluski 
Christine Buchanan 
James Buck 
Heidi Buckley 
Shawn Buckley 
David Buckley IV 
Anne Bullard 
Suzanne Burns 
Deana Burrill 
Marcie Burt 
Matthew Cabral 
Robert Cabral 
Paul Cahoon 
Jill Callagee 
Robert Calusdian 
James Camacho 
Troy Cambra 
Christopher Campeau 
Michael Capizzano 
Susan Caplan 
Daniel Carey 
Robert Carroll 
Maria Castro 
Wayne Caswell 
Robert Cavanaugh 
Paul Cesarini 
Raymond Chace, Jr. 
Johanna Chase 
Buh-Charng Chen 
Huikui Chen 
Xiaohe Chen 
Kathy Chianese 
Kelly Christopher 
Mike Chuong 
Richard Cichon 
Michela Cirillo 
Joann Clarke 
Christopher Clemens 
Pamela Clondas 
Charlene Cloney 
Shaun Cody 
Richard Cole 
Jennifer Coleman 
Gregg Comeau 
Myrna Condon 
Amy Connell 
Daniel Connolly 
Karysia Connolly 
Martha Connor 
Ana Constantino 
Katherine Coots 
Obed Core 
Frank Corey 
JoAnn Cornell 
Fernando Correia 
Joseph Correia 



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Psychology 

Electrical Engineering Tech. 

Biology /Marine Biology 

Electrical Engineering 

Nursing 

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Electrical Engineering 

Marketing 

Management 

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English 

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History 

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Accounting 

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Psychology 

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Finance 

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Finance 

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Accounting 

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Nursing 

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Steven Correia 

Edmond Costa 

Eliane Costa 

Jason Costa 

Robert Costa 

William Costa 

Allyson Cote 

Monique Cote 

Catherine Couet 

Michelle Coughlin 

Alan Coutinho 

Paul Coutinho 

Adam Crane 

William Cravo II 

Conni Lynn Crocker 

Kevin Cronan 

Barbara Cronin 

Mellanie Crowther 

James Curley 

Pamela Curry 

Christina DaRoche 

Michelle DaSilva 

Heather Daggett 

Aimee Daigneault 

Dawn Daily 

Dawn Davidian 

Lucilia Davies 

Viana DeAndrade 

Isabelle DeBurgo 

Cynthia DeCosta 

Michael DeLeo 

Ted DeSantos 

Carol Delucca 

Gregg Denizard 

Tammy Deschenes 

Lynn Desmarais 

Marianne Dias 

Deborah Dickson Corcoran 

Andra Diephuis 

Melissa Dillon 

Donald Dimock 

Lainie Dodge 

Anthony Domagala 

Qing Dong 

Michael Dore 

James Dowd 

Patricia Dowd 

Timothy Doyle 

Jun Du 

Elisa Duda 

Jacqueline Dulin 

Jennifer Dulude 

Lisa Dumont 

Jon Dunlap 

Lauren Dunwoodie 

Carlene Duquette 

Michelle Duquette 

Gabriel Dutra, Jr. 

Kathleen Eagan 

Monzurul Ehsan 

Ziad El-Kary 

Marilyn Empey 

Cheryl Engler 

Rodney Erickson, Jr. 



Biology 

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Accounting 

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English 

Accounting 

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Accounting 

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Nursing 

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Nursing 

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Accounting 

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Accounting 

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Management 

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Accounting 

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Joshua Etsten 
Paul Eugenio 
Mary Fallon 
Guangpeng Fan 
Lan Fang 
Fernando Farinha 
Dianne Faron 
Christopher Farrer 
Richard Faulkner 
Kevin Fay 
Arlene Felton 
Suzanne Felton 
Richard Fennelly II 
Jorge Fernandes 
Kathleen Ferreira 
Thomas Ferreira 
Joan Fielding 
Lisa Finnerty 
Mary Fisher 
William Fistori III 
Thomas Flaherty, Jr. 
Erin Flood 
Andrew Flynn 
Stephen Foley 
Margaret Fontaine 
Jeffrey Foote 
Roger Forbes 
Derek Foulds 
Pamela Fournier 
Linda Fragoza 
Stephanie Francis 
Maria Francisco 
Alejandro Franco III 
Kathleen Frias 
Stephen Froias 
Horatio Furtado 
Robert Gagne 
Russell Gagnon 
Sarah Galarneau 
Kelly Gallagher 
Paul Galvin 
Bruce Gammell 
Chris Garcia 
Christopher Gardner 
Jennifer Gardner 
Pamela Gardner 
Robert Garvey 
Matthew Gaudet 
Rene Gaudet 
C. Geisslinger 
Ronald Gemme 
Paul Gentili 
Carol Georgia 
Christopher Gibson 
Glenn Giese 
Holly Gifford 
Holly Gill 
Jeffrey Gillis 
Christopher Glennon 
Bonnie Gobell 
Gordon Goes 
James Goes 
Karen Goldstein 
Lisa Gomes 



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75 



Milton Goncalves 

Carolyn Goodfellow 

Mary Gordon 

Merri Gorman 

Amy Gouldrup 

Paula Gouveia 

Gunasekaran Govindaswamy 

Duncan Gowdy 

David Goyette 

Jason Gracia 

Lynne Greco 

Sandra Green 

Zheng-yu Gu 

Lea Guay 

John Guilmette 

Valerie Gurski 

Maureen Gustafson 

Jeffrey Haight 

Todd Hall 

Robin Hallman 

Stephen Hardy 

Eileen Harrington 

Cheyenne Harris 

Amy Hart 

John Harte, Jr. 

Jody Haskins 

Dean Hatmaker 

Nancy Hebert 

Lauren Heim 

Michael Hersey 

Joyce Higgins 

Willis Higgins 

Charles Hilaire 

Victoria Hiller 

Patricia Hines 

Bernadette Hixson 

Keven Hobbs 

Barbara Hovagimian 

Charles Hua 

Michael Hughes 

Kristin Humphries 

Michael Hunt 

Kristine Israelian 

Todd Jackie 

Stephanie Jackson 

Roderick Jackson, Jr. 

Beth Johnson 

Scott Johnson 

Scott Joubert 

Judith Junier 

Jennifer Jupin 

Kristen Kaligian 

Meredith Karelia 

Steffen Kaus 

Shawna Keefe 

Robert Keenan 

Anne Keller 

Kevin Kelly 

James Kennefick 

William Kenney 

Timothy Kenny 

Dorothy Kershaw 

Anne Kilgallon 

Sean Killeen 

Darren King 

Richard Kitchen 

Siriwan Kittinaovarut 

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Civil War in Bosnia 



The Handshake of Peace 

On a sunny Monday, September 13, 1993, 
three American presidents gawked in awe, 
just like everyone else, at a sudded turn 
toward peace. All eyes were on two old 
enemies in their new roles as peacemakers, 
men who say peace "salaam" in Arabic or 
"shalom" in Hebrew. Their handshake — the 
grasp by Arab Yasser Arafat of the hand of 
Jew Yitzhak Rabin — brought a gasp, a shout, 
and finally applause from several thousand 
people on the White House lawn. 

A few minutes earlier Rabin's Israel and 
Arafat's Palestine Liberation Organization 
had signed a peace treaty that once seemed 
unimaginable. The PLO recognized the right 
of Israel to live in peace; Israel, in turn, 
recognized the PLO as the representative of 
Palestinians. 

President Clinton, who guided Arafat and 
Rabin toward their historic handshake, called 

it a "great occasion of history and hope." 

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Sheik Omar Abdel-Rahman 

When Sheik Omar Abdel-Rahman was 
charged on August 25, 1993, with command- 
ing "a war of urban terrorism" in New York 
City, he was already one of the most unpopu- 
lar figures in the United States. 

Although his supporters described him as 
sincere and pious, the blind cleric's radical, 
anti-Western preaching antagonized many 
Americans. 

The indictment accused him of being the 
mastermind of a plot to blow up the World 
Trade Center — which had been bombed on 
February 26 — as well as numerous other 
targets in New York that never were hit, 
including the United Nations building and the 
Lincoln Tunnel. 

The blind cleric, in exile from his native Egypt, 
denounced the bombing and denied involve- 
ment in the alleged conspiracies. But he 
surrendered following a tense standoff 
outside a Brooklyn mosque. Several of his 
followers also were charged. 

Abdel-Rahman, 55, a vehement foe of Egypt's 
secular government, preached frequently at 
mosques in Brooklyn and Jersey City, NJ. His 
indictment followed a lengthy debate in the 
U.S. Justice Department over whether there 
was sufficient evidence to justify criminal 
charges. 



Amtrak crash 

An Amtrak train hurtled off a bridge into an 
inky bayou in Saraland, Alabama, early on the 
morning of September 22, 1993, plunging its 
sleeping passengers into a nightmare of fire, 
water and death. 

A barge had struck and weakened the bridge 
shortly before the wreck, which killed 47 
people aboard the cross-country Sunset 
Limited. Some of the victims were trapped in 
a submerged, silver passenger car, others in a 
burned engine. 

It was the deadliest wreck in Amtrak's 23-year 
history. But 159 people survived, and some 
helped other passengers who clung to 
wreckage from a collapsed section of the 
bridge in a swamp crawling with alligators 
and snakes. The Los Angeles-to-Miami Amtrak 
train crashed at about 3 a.m., about 10 miles 
north of downtown Mobile. All three engines 
and four of the eight cars went off the bridge. 
Two of the cars were passenger cars; one was 
completely submerged in water about 16 feet 
deep. 

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Attempted Coup in Russia 





Pope John Paul II visits U.S. 

Pope John Paul II used some of the harshest 
rhetoric of his 15-year papacy to decry 
abortion and euthanasia during a four-day 
trip to the United States in August, 1993. 

On the last day of his visit to Denver, with 
Vice President Al Gore standing nearby, the 
Pope denounced the "culture of death." 

"The culture of life means respect for nature 
and protection of God's work of creation," 
John Paul said in a farewell address at 
Stapleton International Airport that was 
attended by Gore, a supporter of abortion 
rights. "In a special way, it means respect for 
human life from the first moment of concep- 
tion until its natural end." 

Earlier in the day, medical crews were 
overwhelmed as 14,000 people sought 
treatment during and after an outdoor Mass 
that the pontiff celebrated at a park just 
outside Denver. But despite the hot, dusty 
conditions, spirits were generally high. 

The Mass formally concluded World Youth 
Day, the biennial pilgrimage of international 
youth convened by the pope. 




Somalia 

The world was drawn to Somalia in 1992 by 
photographs of starving children. It was 
almost driven away the following year by 
photographs of fighting adults. 

The latter pictures — notably one of a 
captured American serviceman being 
dragged through the streets of the capital, 
Mogadishu — symbolized the difficulty a 33- 
country United Nations force had coping 
with a country that had descended into 
feudalism. 

Mogadishu was a city divided, with a 
northern sector held by warlord Ali Mahdi 
Mohamed, and the south by a rival, 
Mohamed Farah Aidid. Aidid and Ali Mahdi 
had united to overthrow dictator Mohamed 
Siad Barre, whom they forced into exile in 
1991. But their ensuing contest for power led 
to a full-scale war over Mogadishu that killed 
350,000 people in fighting and exacerbated a 
famine. 

Aidid became the U.N.'s bete noir after he 
was suspected of ordering an attack on a 
group of Pakistani peacekeepers. 

U.N. forces launched a manhunt for Aidid, 
but its forces halted ground patrols and all 
but essential military convoys in Mogadishu 
after an October 3 battle that left 18 Ameri- 
cans, one Malaysian and more than 300 

Somalis dead. 



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Midwest Floods 

t was the biggest, wettest story 
of the summer. 

The floods that washed across the Midwest 
may have been the worst in American 
History, and they captured the concern of 
people across the nation. 

The great flood was the story that most 
interested Americans in the summer of 1993, 
with nearly two of three telling pollsters that 
they followed the story "very closely" — on a 
par with attention paid in years past to the 
Persian Gulf War. 



The stage for disaster was set during the 
winter, when unusually heavy snow fell. 
There were no midwinter thaws, so the snow 
melted rapidly as spring arrived, enough to 
cause scattered record flooding. And then 
came the rains. Des Moines, for example, 
logged more than 32 inches by the end of 
July, compared with 18.7 in a normal year. 

The casualties ranged from the thousands left 
homeless to investors and consumers in every 
corner of the United State. Some farm 
produce prices rose and insurers had to pay 
out millions in compensation. And Archer 
Daniels Midland Co., a big, publicly traded 
grain processor, reported a drop in profits. 



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Michael Jordan 

One of the biggest stories of the 1993-1994 
basketball season occurred before the first 
pre-season exhibition game — Michael 
Jordan, the world's best basketball player and 
one of its most famous athletes, announced 
his retirement. 

Jordan's retirement came after he had led the 
Chicago Bulls to three straight National 
Basketball Association championships, the 
most recent a victory over the Phoenix Suns 
in the 1993 finals. 

His departure, which Jordan announced at a 
news conference on October 6, 1993, stripped 
the league of its most recognizable name and 
robbed it of a breathtaking acrobat who led 
the NBA in scoring the last seven years. 

"The thrill is gone. I've done it all. There's 
nothing left for me to do," Jordan told a 
reporter the night before his formal an- 
nouncement. 

Jordan said his desire to retire at the age of 30 
was not prompted by his father's murder 
during the summer; in fact, he said, father 
and son had already discussed it. 





World Series 

It was one of the most dramatic home runs in 
the long history of the World Series. 

Joe Carter of the Toronto Blue Jays stepped to 
the plate in the ninth inning of the sixth game 
of the series, with two runners on base and 
the score 6-5 in favor of the Philadelphia 
Phillies. 

Carter's Blue Jays lead the series, three games 
to two. And after one swing of his bat, the 
game was over and the Jays had won their 
second straight series. The right fielder circled 
the bases, arms outstretched over his head, 
and slapped palms with third base coach 
Nick Leyva as the crowd in Toronto's 

SkyDome stood and roared with glee. 




Miss America 



Seinfeld 

The show started off as an upstart, but by the 
time they finished handing out the prime 
time Emmy Awards on September 29, 1993, 
"Seinfeld" was a member of the sitcom Old 
Boys Club. The NBC program took home 
three trophies, making it one of the night's 
two biggest winners, along with "Picket 
Fences." 

"Now we're part of the establishment," Jerry 
Seinfeld, the series' star, told reporters after 
the program. "We're part of the old guard." 

"Seinfeld," which features the comic misad- 
ventures of the New York comedian and his 
friends, was named best comedy series. 
Michael Richards, who plays the show's self- 
obsessed Kramer, won as best supporting 
actor in a comedy. Writer Larry David was 
honored for an episode entitled "The Con- 
test." 



"We started off so small it's going to be easy 
to thank people because there's like two 
people to thank here that even knew we were 
on," Seinfeld said as he accepted the award. 

Asked about critics' complaints that 
"Seinfeld" is a show about nothing, he said: 
"It's a show about everything. That's the 
same as nothing." 




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Nancy Kerrigan attack 

Nancy Kerrigan, the 22 year-old U.S. figure 
skater who was among the gold medal 
favorites at the 1994 Winter Olympics, was 
attacked after practice on January 6, 1994, by 
a man who hit her on the right leg with a club 
or metal bar. 

The blow severely bruised her knee and 
bruised her quadriceps tendon, an injury that 
could impede her jumping and landing 
ability. 



Within days, an anonymous phone call to 
authorities pointed to Kerrigan's rival, Tonya 
Harding, and a few of her entourage. 

Harding's ex-husband, Jeff Gillooly, her 
bodyguard, Shawn Eckardt, and two hired 
men were arrested. 

The U.S. Figure Skating Association has 
formed a panel to investigate the case, a first 
step in the process that could lead to 
Harding's removal from the team. 




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California earthquake 

At 4:31 a.m. on Monday, January 17, 1994, an 
earthquake of 6.6 magnitude (Richter scale 
reading) struck Southern California, claiming 
61 lives and leaving damage that may total 
$30 billion. 

Five interstate highways, including the state's 
major north-south route, and three state 
highways were closed at several points, 
crippling transportation. 

Broken aqueducts cut off much of the water 
supply to the San Fernando Valley, the 260 
square-mile suburban expanse hit hardest by 
the quake. Over 500,000 customers were left 
without power in the Los Angeles County. 

Streets were empty during nights of the 1 1 
p.m. - 7 a.m. curfew. National Guard troops 
patrolled against looting. 

"The days ahead will also be rough for us," 
Mayor Richard Riordan warned Angelenos, 
even as he praised them for a cool-headed 
response to the crisis. "Let's all stick to- 
gether." 



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Reggie Lewis 



Raymond Burr 





Roy Campanella 



Obituaries 



Don Drysdale 




Arthur Ashe 



Herve Villedhaise 




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Jenna Coggesha 



This is a piece that speaks not 
specifically about the diversity 
of cultures, but about the 
variety of issues that all 
cultures must face. Each of 
eighteen squares represents a 
crisis or a problem; an issue 
we as a whole must deal with. 
Each of the two remaining 
squares, one black and one 
white, acts as a sort of etcetera 
- to remind us that there are 
more issues than these and to 
allow the viewer to remember 
what is also important to them. 

Each square contains one of 
the following: 




racism 
abortion 

drugs and alcohol 
sex and AIDS 
unwanted babies 
unemployment 
war 

education 
animal rights 

(meat, trapping, experimentation) 
abuse 

homelessness and hunger 
old age 
garbage 

guns and violence 
pollution of the air, 
earth, and water 
• destruction of the 
environment 



Student Appreciation Week 



To help kick off the start of school, 
and help students get back into 
the groove, the Student Activities 
Board sponsored Student Appre- 
ciation Week, (formally Welcome 
Back Week) 

The week began with the first 
Comedy Night of the semester on 
Monday, September 20. 

On Tuesday, a Multicultralism 
Reception was held to promote 
cultural diversity on campus. Also 
on Tuesday, the movie "DAVE" 
was shown in the Drive-In 
feature. 

The annual campus BBQ was 
scheduled to take place on 
Wednesday, but unfortunately, it 
rained. While indoors, clubs and 
organizations showed their stuff 
to students at Club Fest '93 

On Thursday, a new student 
favorite, the coffeehouse featuring 
Back-to-Back drew a huge crowd 
and was a big success. 

On Friday, the biggest Video 
Dance Party, along with sumo 
wrestling and an orbitron, drew 
the attention of students new and 
old to have a great evening. 

Saturday capped off the week 
with a bus trip into Boston to 
watch the Red Sox vs. Minnesota. 




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Cultural Diversity Week 




"The purpose of Cultural Diver- 
sity Week is to educate students 
and faculty about different 
lifestyles, ethnic groups, and 
religions. Culutre is different to 
everyone. Cultural Diversity 
Week is the recognition and 
appreciation of people from all 
over the world." - Dr. John Bush, 
Chairman of the Committee on 
Cultural Diversity. 

The week ran from October 3-7. 
Events included several work- 
shops, lectures, and keynote 
speakers. 

The Cultural Diversity Committee 
capped off it's week with the 
second annual International Night 
dinner. Food from Hispanic, 
African- American, Cape Verdean, 
Portuguese, Indian, Chinese, and 
other cultures pleased many. 
Music fromPortuguese and Afri- 
can-American cultures provided 
for a festive evening. A demon- 
stration in Tae-Kwon-Doe was 
also a "hit". 




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Masquerade Madne 




Frank Santos 




This past Fall, UMass Dartmouth 
was once again visited by R-rated 
hypnotist Frank Santos. He 
performed before a large and 
enthusiastic crowd. After bringing 
his "victims" on stage and 
weeding out those who weren't 
affected by hypnotism, the fun 
began. Frank had those on stage 
seeing, smelling, and feeling 
things that kept the crowd 
constantly laughing. Some people 
were told they were Madonna, 
Mick Jagger Jr., and even a 
pantyhose-wearing Batman, while 
the rest of the hypnotized group 
really believed it and tried to 
touch "celebrities." Once again, 
everyone enjoyed the hilarious 
show, and except for some 
embarrassment on the part of the 
participants (after being told what 
they did on stage), no harm was 
done. 




Homecoming Weekend 



This year's homecoming 
festivities were bigger and better 
than ever. Over 19,000 graduates 
were invited back for a weekend 
filled with reunion activities. 
Christina Bruen, the Alumni 
Affairs Coordinator, explained 
that she wants to make 
homecoming "a strong tradition 
on this campus." 

Homecoming day brought the 
infamous Football game, and 
tailgate party in parking lot 9, 
which always seems to be a 
favorite amongst the alumni. 

The weekend was definitely a 
success. The activities brought 
people together in celebration of 
their college days past. 











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In Living 
Colour 



Tommy Davidson and Shawn 
Wayans had UMass Dartmouth 
in stitches with stand-up comedy 
from the hit FOX T.V. show, 
In Living Colour. They were too 
funny; You go guys! 





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Chucklehead, 
Perfect Thyroid, 

and the Allstonians 





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Hump 




the Rat 




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Video Dance Party 




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Winter 
Ball 



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Station 



You too! This U2 cover band gave a 
marvelous tribute to the great Irish band 
at the UMD Auditorium. Zoo Station's 
music created a remarkable likeness to 
bands greatest hits. They played songs 
from each of U2's monster albums, 
which included "One," "A Sort of a 
Homecoming/' "Bad," and "Desire" to 
name a few. Achtung Baby! 




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A Day of Dialogue: Living and 



With the help of several students, 
faculty members, and 
administrators, Dr. John E. Bush, 
Special Assistant for Affirmative 
Action and Cultural Diversity, 
sponsored The Day of Dialogue: 
Living and Learning in a 
PluralisticSociety, a one-day 
conference geared to break down 
the walls that "isms" cause on 
campus. 

The day consisted of workshops 
ranging from combating the so- 
called "isms", to workshops on 
safety, international students, 
homophobia, and 
multiculturalism. 

The day was capped off with a 
mesmerizing lecture by keynote 
speaker, Derrick Bell. 




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Learning in a Pluralistic Society 





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Keynote Speaker, Derrick Bell, 
author of Faces at the Bottom of the 
Well, shared his views on diver- 
sity with a full audience in the 
Main Auditorium, bringing 
The Day of Dialogue to a fitting 
and successful end. 




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Tom 
Wolfe 



Tom Wolfe is recognized around the 
world as the modern master of social 
satire. For over two decades he has 
chronicled and analyzed American 
mass culture. His runaway best seller 
The Bonfire of the Vanities stands as a 
brilliant evocation both of the peculiar 
class structure and politics of New York 
City, and the economic excesses of the 
1980s. Considered the father of the 
"New Jounalism," Wolfe has also 
brought his cynicism, irony and sense 
of the ridiculous to subjects ranging 
from the world of modern art (The 
Painted World) to life of the Mercury 
astronauts (The Right Stuff). 

Mr. Wolfe follows a long train of 
distinguished lecturers presented under 
the auspices of the Lecture Series 
Committee. 





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CVPA Design Alumni Reunion 



The 2nd Annual CVPA Desgin 
Alumni Reunion was, once again, 
a huge success. Students from 
past and present shared ideas, 
pieces of work, and theories in a 
design environment dedicated to 
the future of UMass Dartmouth's 
strong design department. 

The day was filled with portfolio 
presentations, past and present 
graduate projects, and later that 
evening, the fifth annual art 
auction. Proceeds from the 
auction supports scholarships 
given to graduating seniors from 
the College of Visual and Per- 
forming Arts. 





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Last Day of Classes 





Honors Recognition Dinner 




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Honors Convocation 





Chancellor Cressy's 

Investiture 



The investiture ceremony was keynoted by 
Dr. Melvin Schwartz, a Nobel laureate, and 
attended by many notables including Gov. 
William F. Weld and Rep. Barney Frank. 
The ceremony was the highlight of a week 
of events that began with a lecture by Tom 
Wolfe, novelist and journalist, and con- 
cluded with dinner at the Hawthorne 
Country Club. Between these were the Jazz 
Festival, and two other presentations by 
Dr. Schwartz. A campus colloquy featuring 
Carnagie Foundation Pres. Ernest L. Boyer, 
was postponed due to a snowstorm. 




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athletics 




Filipe Miguel 

For my sister and me. 

Things that make me 
Portuguese? 



Knic-knacks, linguica, vinho, 
moonshine, stews, pigs blood, 
grape vines, gardens, Mother 
Mary statues in the backyard, 
Rosery Beads... 

These things aren't ugly, 
cheesy, tacky, ornate, or 
gaudy. This is the story of an 
immigrant dying of cultural 
starvation. Suffocating. 
Choking. Gasping for air. 
These people aren't 
Greenhorns trying to steal your 
American jobs and living on 
welfare. My parents are 
people who left everything they 
loved for the chance of 
working themselves to death 
in misery. 



Journal 8-24-93 
Algarve, Portugal 



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Tell me about Spring 
Grampa. Tell me about Winter. 
Tell me about Fall. What's it 
look like? How does it smell? 

2 7 years of life, 
252 months, 
1 008 weeks, 
or 7056 days. 



2 years in France from birth, 
1 7 years in the states, 
1 year, 1 month in Portugal. « 
All summers. 

What does Spring look like 
Grampa? 



For my sister and me. 
My culture is gone. 



Women's Soccer 




Rachael Barbarossa, Jill Canelli, Kathey 
Ciempa, Michelle Courcy, Mary 
DiLeonardo, Heather Egan, Annmarie 
Gagnon, Nicole Gravison, Irene Honors, 
Elizabeth Kelly, Melissa Letendre, 
Melissa Mandracchia, Amy Melville, 
Tracy Melville, Leanne Morris, Jennifer I 
Mullett, Christine O'Connell, Kelly 
Parent, Pamela Richards, Kimberly 
Serrecchia, Kerry Vallett, Kimberly 
VanLingen 

Head Coach: Raymond Cabral 
Assistant Coach: Linda Smith 



The women's soccer team finished 
with an outstanding 12-1-3 record. 
The young team went undefeated 
at home and 2-0-1 in the Little 
East Conference. Unfortunately, 
their NCAA Final Four dreams 
were cut short with a first round 
tournament loss. 



Heather Egan, the only senior, led 
this year's team as captain. 




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Men's Soccer 




Antonio Alves, Michael Anello, Carlos 
Arruda, Alex Bonodarenko, Tony 
Capela, Fabio Cardoso, Kevin DaCosta, 
Nuno DaSilva, Rogerio Fonseca, Mike 
Ford, Chris Garcia, Bryan Guimar, Jeff 
Hentschel, Adelino Jacob, James Leahy, 
Luis Lopes, Thomas McDonald, Nelson 
Melo, Tiberio Melo, Michael Mer, Jeff 
Pimental, Eric Rahman, Daniel Sousa, 
Manosinh Srenuangan 

Head Coach: Jarek Mlodzinski 
Assistant Coach: Robert Ketcham 



This year's explosive men's soccer 
team finished with a winning 11- 
7-0 record, resulting in a 3-3-0 
Little East Conference record. 

Captains Chris Garcia and Tom 
McDonald led the team to victo- 
ries against Bryant College, Roger 
Williams College, Rhode Island 
College, and Framingham State 
College among others. The team 
also rallied to defeat Brandeis 
University and Salve Regina 
College in overtime matches. 




Volleyball 



DARTMOUTH 




Cheryl Digits, Sarah Drewicz, Melissa 
Eagan, Tiffany Fernandes, Paula Forte, 
Jennifer Kearns, Elizabeth Kelly, Nadine 
Marrier, M. Teresa O'Brien, Rhea 
Peninger, Vickie Philibert, Heather 
Smolinsky, Leah Stevens 

Head Coach: Ken Duarte 
Assistant Coach: Georgette King 




The women's volleyball team 
capped off a bumpy year to win 
two out of their last three matches 
and to finish the year at 11-23. 

Captain Vickie Philibert anchored 
the young team with strong up- 
sets against such schools as 
Fitchberg State College and 
Worcester State College. 

The team also placed first at the 
Atlantic Union Tournament. 



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Football 




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Bill Kavanaugh's young team had 
an average season chalking up 
wins against Worcester State, 
UMass Boston, Framingham State, 



and Bridgewater State College. 
They finished the season at 5-4, 
with a 5-3 conference record. 




Richard Perry, William McFarland, 
William Connolly, John Santos, Peter 
Clark, Jonathan Bishop, John Skabeikis, 
Mark Areies, William Casey, Stephen 
Roberge, Andrew Tripp, Greg Pedi, Fred 
Jordan, Todd Enos, John Magliozzi, 
James Santucci, David Maw, Daniel 
Foley, Michael Noe, John Kivian, Mike 
Gallagher, William Johnson, Matt 
DeGrandpre, Adam Lynch, Paul Barnett, 
James Chase, Michael Jarvis, Nassar 
Shabo, Shane Diaz, Barry Njoes, Jason 
Anderson, Kilricanos Vieira, Richard 
Lyons, Robert Dennis, Andrew Oliver, 
Brent Borden, Brian McDonough, Peter 
Crane, Craig Bernard, Patrick Brennan, 
Paul Salsinha, Mathew McLarnon, Adam 
Aarons, Dan Johnson, Douglas Rideout, 
Matthew Yukins, Michael May, Frank 
Graziano, Brian Fletcher, Brian St. Rock, 
Graham Chevry, Kevin Magnussen, 
Steven May, Andrew Timo, Shane 
Duclos, John Fitts, Ryan Messina, James 
Roberts, Matthew Rose, Brian Tinkham, 
Dennis Lehane, Brian Jones, Joseph 
Catanzano, Michael Cembura, Ronals 
Scott, Jim Glover, Eugenio DaCosta, 
Arnold Noel, Davin Clement, Brian 
Norris, William Bettencourt 

Head Coach: Bill Kavanaugh 



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Field Hockey 

Shelley Albanese, Colleen Clifford, 

Allison Connell, Jennifer Connery, Dana 

Degan, Melissa Dudley, Sherri Flanagan, 

Veronica Froio, Gretchen Fuller, Natalia 

Gioni, Francine Goguen, Lisa 

Hermenegildo, Allison Marsden, Kristen 

Penkauskas, Aimee Sabourin, Michelle 

Sullivan, Cynthia Vrusho, Maureen 

Ward, Margy Wintermyer 



Head Coach: Marilyn Ritz 
Assistant Coaches: Joan Allison and 

Brenda Soule 




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The women's Field Hockey team 
had a rough season ending with a 
4-10-2 record. 




Team captains Sherri Flanagan 
and Michelle Sullivan took control 
of the year's young team with 
early season wins against 
Framingham State College, 
Nichols College, and Worcester 
State College, but couldn't break 
out of the slump towards the end 
of the season. 




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Women's Tennis 



Heather Bovaird, Elizabeth Ciolino, 
Michelle Collins, Amy Kennedy, Erin 
Kennedy, Nadia Metras, Christen Moak, 
Lisa Norman, Kristen Olmsted, Kirstie 
Pera, Erin Rutkauskas, Emily Traubel 

Head Coach: Warren Preti 
Assistant Coach: Par Riccardi 



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outstanding year with an overall 
record of 9-3. This was their best 
record ever! 

Victories over nine colleges in- 
cluded: Bridgewater, Curry, 
Simmons, Salem State, Worcester 
State, and Salve Regina. 




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Men's 
Basketball 



The men's basketball team advanced all 
the way to the NCAA round of 16 this 
season. They posted a 22-6 record, 
including a phenominal 13-1 Little East 
Conference record. The team rebounded 
from a tough loss at Sacred Heart to 
show their mettle with a 102-101 
overtime victory at Plymouth State. 
They also managed a thrilling 93-86 win 
over Plymouth to take the Little East 
Tournament. They were knocked out of 
the NCAA Tournament by the eventual 
winners, Lebanon Valley. 





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Basketball 



The women's basketball team entered a 
rebuilding stage this year. They posted 
a final record of 5-18, but did managae a 
4-7 home record. Their season highlight 
came when they got revenge against 
UMass Boston. They lost their first 
matchup 74-82, but then shut down the 
Beacons 59-45 later in the season. 




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Hockey 



The hockey team provided the UMass 
faithful with another thrilling season, 
finishing 18-5-1. They were knocked out 
of the ECAC tournament when they 
suffered a heart-breaking 2-1 loss to 
Assumption. The team was a scoring 
powerhouse, scoring more than three 
goals in all but three games, not count- 
ing their first three matchups. 




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Lacrosse 




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Cross Country 



Men: 

Deon Barrett, Sam Calomo, Wayne 
Demery, Chris Elgar, Eriks Licis, Jeff 
Mahoney, Mike Paulin, Bob Peterson, 
Andy Simons, Tom Steele, Matt Sylvain, 
Mike Trapani 

Women: (not pictured as team) 
Michelle Doane, Kristine Garcia, 
Cathleen Riley, Mary Robb 

Head Coach: John Hird 
Assistant Coach: Joe McCarthy 




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Men's and Women's 
Track and Field 



The men's track teams had strong 
seasons. They sent five athletes to the 
Division I New England Track and Field 
Championships. Those recieving honors 
included Isacc Rodriguez in the 100 
meter high-hurdles, Mike Trapani in the 
800 meter run, Deon Barrett in the 5,000 
meter run, P. J. Cady in the long-jump 
and triple-jump, and Keith Rose in the 
Javelin throw. 

The women's track team also featured 
several strong qualifiers. Jean Lincoln 
blazed a trail for the rest of the team 
when she broke several school records 
to become a National Qualifier. Michelle 
Doane and Sandy Sprage qualified for 
the ECAC's in the 800 meters and both 
the shot and discus. Mellissa Letendre 
Qualified for the Division III New 
Englands. 




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Equestrian team 





Softball 



The softball team finished the season 22- 
6, and won the ECAC North Division III 
tournament. Powered by the arm of Jen 
Pfister, the team defeated North Adams 
State in the championship, 3-2. 




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Baseball 




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clubs & organizations 




Eric Guerin 




All my life I grew up in an 
environment of mixed cultures: 
African-American, Puerto 
Rican, Cuban, Laosian, and 
my own background being 
white. I grew up with other 
children from all of these 
groups. I never really experi- 
enced racism because we all 
saw each other similarly; as 
human beings. 

What truly scares me is that I 
never encountered racism 
towards my friends or racist 
attitudes until I reached col- 
lege. I figured at this level of 
learning, people would be 
more open-minded, but I've 
found the reverse to be true. 
This collage deals with one 
particular friend of mine and 
the racism he has suddenly 
been subject to. Although he's 
seen more of it throughout his 
life than I ever have, or ever 
will, he has recently had com- 
ments and events in his life 
which has changed his view of 
the American Dream, and in 
turn, has changed my own. 

If nothing is ever accomplished 
by this piece, I hope it can at 
east broaden the mind of at 
east one person. If it can, I fee 
my goal is accomplished. 




Freedom 

Where's my fair share? 

My piece of (he pie? 
You say you're scared oi me, 

But I'm the minority in your world. 

Rape me of my culture. 

Rape me of my pride- 
Calling me a nigger. 

Calling me a jigaboo 

Stereotype me. 
Criticize me. 

Soon you'll ostracize me. 
Drowning mc in a sea of oppression. 






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So now I see your lies. 

Through this false facade you've built. 

That piece of pie I was promised, 

Was never there. 
So God bless AmeriKKKa, 

The so called land of the free. 




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Senior Class Officers 




Left to Right: Mike Wood, Suzi Ferro, Charlie Kirk, Christine Peloquin. 



Student Senate 










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Front Row (left to right): Martha Reeves, Janet Osborne, Vicki Mangus, Jen 
Sanchez, Jeff Kushmerek. Middle Row: Sean Haynes, Peter Breault, David Olsen, 
Amanda Martinez/Sean Westgate, Julie Corcoran, Kerin Shores, Sheri Cloutier. 
Back Row: Bob Ferreira, Patrick Dignan, Carlos Arruda, Jeff Perry, Susan Scully, 
William Bonville, Sunil Sivaraman. 



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Sopho mor e Class Officers 

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Left to Right: Megan Burke, Jennifer 
Sanchez, Damien Boudreau, Darla Pelle. 



Board of Governors 




Front Row (left to right): Michelle Pacheco-Vice Chairperson, Kimberly Braley- 
Chairperson, Kurt Fitzsimmons-Treasurer, Bill Valente (not shown). Back Row: 
Dean Howard, Ed D'Aguiar, Mary Jo Silva, Christina Braga, Dick Waring, Suzi 
Ferro, William Bonville, Brian Crowley, Venu Karthodi, John Lewis (not shown). 



153 



Cedar Dell West 





Front Row (left to right): Sharon Durgin, Shadi Awwad, Paul (Rick) Kotch. Back 
Row: Sarah Filas, Aurelio (Bill) Valente, William P. Bonville, Kellie McCabe. 



Cedar Dell South 




Left to Right: Eric Page, Sharon Hoerup, Katherine Faria, Stephen McDowell, 
Kristine Thurston, Mike Nailor, Lisa Fiorini. 



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Phase I 



Phase II 




Front Row: Mike Sheehan. Middle Row: Jen 

Camp, Kim Fleck, Christine Mott, Jason Zelesky, 
Sheryl Harney. Back Row: Kevin Tobin. 




Front Row: Klint Cooper. Middle Row: Christian Almeida, Melissa Semple, Robin 
Keegan, Leslie Gorman, Joan O'Connor. Back Row: Tom Becker. 



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3A 




Front Row: David Andrews. Middle Row: Anthony Longabard, Karen Maccaro, 
Brian Herlihy. Back Row: Missy Garner, Sean T. Killeen, Tara Keyes. 



3B 





Front Row (left to right): Craig Rousseau, Jill Thibault, Jodi Koenig. Back Row: 
Chris Govveia, Adrian Guzikowski, Daren Capirchio, Mark Williams. 



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Phi Psi 




Delta Mu Delta 




Left to Right: Cindy Quinchia, Madlyn MacDonald. 



Front Row (left to right): Richard D. 
Legault-Advisor, Brian T Peek, William 
Brogan, James Goes- Vice President, 
Robert T. Goguen-Treasurer, Karen M. 
Lawrence-President, Diane Smith- 
Secretary, Susan A. Whitney, Martha 
Connor, Therese J. Rogers, William R. 
Allen-Co Advisor. Second Row: Elsa C. 
Ferreira, Michael P. Ruffini, Wayne M. 
Serra, colleen M. Simpson, Elizabeth A. 
Lynch, Elaine L. Margarida, Lesley S. 
Priest. Third Row: Valerie M. Cobbett, 
Sophie C. Berthoud, Pamela J. Fata, 
Michelle R. Gelinas, William R. Goulet, 
Jeffrey R. Norton, Kathleen Corbet, 
Karen C. Teixeira. Fourth Row: Joseph 
M. Lavin, Steven H. Jones, George 
Pacheco, Nathan A. Tardif, Peter D. 
Adams, Donald G. Marcotte, Michael P. 
Durand. 



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Finance Group Officers 





Chemistry Club 




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Front Row (left to right): Dr. Emmanuel Ojadi, Cheryl Digits, Dr. C.N. Wu. Back 
Row: Amanda Orf, Tanya Sanders, Beth M. Farias, Steven May. 



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ASCE Officers 







Left to Right: Mike Brides, Theodore Velsor, Ted J. DeSantos, Matthew Farrell. 



American Association of Textile 
Chemists and Colorists 




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Front Row (left to right): Maryann Langley-Vice President, Philip Langley, Greg 
Kolbeck-President, Venu Karthodi. Middle Row: Jodi Shepherd, Keith Lasoncle- 
Treasurer, Keith Lasconcle, Claudia Raikonnen Alvarez, Dr. Ronald Perry- Advisor. 
Back Row: Kim Bunn, Thomas Bunn, Kristin Bunn, Heidi Copeland, Peter 
Stetkiewicz, Professor Ken Langley, Lauren Heim, Professor Al Wilson, Carl Chen, 
Dennis Rose, Andrea Andoscia, Annabela Sampaio, Lisa Foley, David Riding, 
Adam Fernandes. 




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Iota Phi Theta 
Fraternity Inc. 




Left to Right: Marc Turner, Rogerio Fonseca, Kilricanos Vieira, Brian Jones. Miss- 
ing from Photo: Everyone. 



Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. 




Left to Right: Anthony Baird, Ed D'Aguir, Shawn Haynes, Mark (Jet) Williams, 
Dave (Phantom of the Opera) Andrews, and Paul Burnett. Missing from Photo: 
Chuck Men, Dion Cruz, Joe Obeng, and Raui J. Mallik. 



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Women's Center 





Front Row (left to right): Brenda Goodreau, Carrie Wheeler, Susan Beavan, Jeanne 
Martin. Back Row: Myrna Caballero, Susan Mitchell-Director, Christine Legendre 



Circle K 





Front Row (left to right): Ryan Pellecchia-LTG, Jennifer Maynard-Presidnt, Lori- 
Ann LeBlanc-Vice President, Jill Quevipal-Secretary. Back Row: Patrick Mullane, 
Allison Abrams, Joanne Dagnall, Martha Mazeika, Seth Leverence. 



161 



ASME 




Front Row (left to right): Matt Brightman, Tom Almay, Scott Santangelo. Back 
Row: Mike Corticelli, Rob Shamitz, Mike Mazzuca, Mike Chiarella, Dan Chouinard. 




ASME Elections 




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Music Guild 
Executive Board 





Left to Right: Rebecca Pacheco-Treasurer, Jayson Newell-President, Kerry Gillen- 
Vice President, Michelle Fontaine-Secretary. 




Experimental Stage 




Clockwise: Sue Foster (with shades), Garrett J. LaFrance (with boutonniere), Count 
Dan Oliviera, Chuck McKenzie, Robert C. Latino. 

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Portuguese Language Club 




Reading/Writing Center 




Front Row (left to right): Holly Binda, Bradford Blake, Deb Lewis, Heather 
O'Donnell Brian Simmons. Back Row: Celina Caldas, Adam Snow, David 
Deslusa, Tom Diaz, Kate Taylor, Nathan Naughton. 

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Physics Symposium 




Physics Club 





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Front Row (left to right): Xiaoqing Wu, Jifeng Chen, Ulrich Koelle, Dominick 
Schneble, Yujie Zhu, Michael Mei. Middle Row: J. Russell, de Pagter, John Dowd, 
Melvin Schwartz, Z. Bar- Yam, Janet Freedman, W. Kern. Back Row: J.P. Hsu, Paul 
Eugenio, Hao Xin, Herbert Stevens, Donald Mulcare. 

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Student Activities Board 



Pre-Med 
Association 




Left to Right: Sue Costa-Director, Mary Elizabeth Butler-Staff Assistant, Patricia 
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Front Row (left to right): Chrissy Leon, Barbara Bachard, Professor Lascory- 
Advisor, Heather LaMothe. Back Row: Steve Sousa, Steve Nichols, Chris Meeks, 
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Gillon, Sheryl Harney, Jonny Harris, Seth Rainville, Carly Bernier, Jill Andrade, Lea 
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Karen Gaviglia, Alison Farina, Holly Binda, Laura Port, Sue Foster. Third Row: 
Martha Powens, Robert C. Latino, D. Christopher Lyndon, Martha Mazeika. Back 
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James Matskon, Mike Leone, Sue Kallio, Jennifer Hurley, Christina Ronan, Will 
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Lavoie, Sherene Taylor, Donald Stolmeier. Back Row: Heather Taylor, Maryanne 
Peckham, Kimberly Taylor, Brian Crowley, Keith Lewis, Jennifer Wimship, Kelli 

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It was a sight to rival Camelot. Victorious shouts filled the University of Massachu- 
setts Dartmouth amphitheater as the crowd paid homage to the 1,257 battle proven 
graduates of the Class of 1994 who anxiously awaited entrance into the arena as 
trumpets blared, drums rolled, and banners decked in hues of blue, gold, orange, 
black and white fluttered in the breeze — a striking contrast against the bright blue 
sky. 

The graduates stood in their honored positions, the front rows just below center 
stage, an invisible tension broke. Many grads stood on their toes, necks craning as 
they searched the crowd for those support had made this victory celebration 
possible. Meanwhile proud friends and relatives were diligently scanning the ranks 
of the graduates looking for their distinguished loved ones. Mutual sightings, 
accomplished despite the distance involved, produced broad smiles and excited 
waves. 

Other grads, however, still seemed nervous and stared solemnly at the ground or 
dazedly into space — as if the splendor before them were nothing more than a 
tantalizing mirage. Yet one more short march, this time up the platform steps, and 
they would be rewarded with their degrees — a reward as precious, and at times, 
almost as elusive and unobtainable to these graduates as the Holy Grail so painstak- 
ingly sought after by brave knights in legends of old. 

After formally greeting everyone present, Chancellor Peter H. Cressy praised the 
Class of 1994 "Not only because this is my first class, but because I believe they have 
been an exceptional class in the leadership of this university during it's transitional 
years. Janet Osborne and her officers of the Student Senate have been impressive. 
And Class President Michael Wood and his officers have been extraordinary." 

Wood was later greeted with an exhilarating round of applause from his peers as he 
began his address, but no speaker received the thunderous praise Vice President 
for University Relations Laslo Loyd was awarded for promising to deliver "the 
shortest set of remarks for the day" in a well organized ceremony that lasted almost 
three hours under a blazing summer sun. 

Author Gail Sheehy was the commencement speaker, whose accomplishments 
include the National Magazine Award, and international acclaim for her book 
Passages, which remained on the New York Times best sellers list for three years. 
Sheehy adressed the specific challenge that UMass graduates would have to face in 
the years ahead — the bewildering task of choosing a life course. Gail Sheehy's final 
admonition was one of her favorite quotes from German philosopher, Goethe: 
"Whatever you can do, or dream you can — begin it. Boldness has genius, power 
and magic in it." 

Of course the Class of '94 was already well aware of the principals of Goethe's 
philosophy. The graduation ceremonies of June 5, 1994 were merely the cumulation 
of four or more years of dreaming (and hard work and boldness) — and resulted in 
a day that was truly magical. 





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Understanding Multiculturalism 

Diversity. Individuality. Multiculturalism. These are words in which the members 
of the University at Massachusetts Dartmouth family live by. These are words that 
promote longevity and strength. These are words that serve as blocks in the forma- 
tion of this University. Without them, this University would be non-existant. 

This is not opinion, this is fact. 

This year's Scrimshaw is geared to the education, exhibition, and understanding of 
diversity at UMass Dartmouth. 




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(May 1994) 

To the the Class of 1994, 

Ok, rub it in my face. If things went the way they should have, I would have walked along 
with you in the precession on June 5, received my diploma, and took that leap of faith. 
I still have one more year.. .one more year... 

"...Oh to have one more year." 

I'm sure that is what most of you are thinking. May be... maybe not. 

Whichever the case, I'm sure that you have no regrets, 

and that if you had to do it all over again.. .you would!... Maybe. 

I take great pride in being the Editor-in-Chief of your 1994 Scrimshaw. Primarily for the fact 
that this is your yearbook. A yearbook that you may share with your grandchildren one day, 
or to use as a reference for when those ten, and twenty-five year reunions come around... 

..."Who was he again?" 

Regardless, it is important to remind yourselves where you were then, to help understand 
and reach your goals later. I hope that we have created memories that will last a lifetime. 
We want you to look back and really appreciate what UMass Dartmouth meant to you as an 
individual and as a class. 

Take care... 



(July 17, 1994) 

To all of the people that made this book possible (my friends, my colleagues.,.), 

A month or so ago I wrote the proceeding message to the class of 1994, completed the page and sent it off to be printed. Upon 
receiving the proofs and looking at them for the first time today, I had realized I had not thanked a soul, which to me, showed 
my lack of appreciation as well as my egotistical side, qualities which one should not be proud of. What I did not realize then, 
is that there are many hard working, caring, important people that need to be thanked in the making of this yearbook, without 
them this book would have existed. Period. 

Without the extreme amount of hard work contributed by Deon Barrett and Heather Harriman, this book would have never 
gone to print. It is through their hard work and determination that you, the Class of 1994, have a yearbook. They are your true 
Co-Editors-In-Chief. My thanks and admiration goes out to them for what they have accomplished. 

A thousand thanks goes out to all the students, workers, administrators, and faculty members of this University, and to other 
special people who helped make this book possible, especially: Norval Garnett, Dean Donald Howard, Susan Costa, MEB, 
Beverly Drayton, Chestnut Hill Studios, Wayne Sutton at College Publications, and Jamie Quinn. Together, it is the many 
people of a certain foundation, such as these, and not one person, that accomplishes large and difficult endeavors, such as this 
yearbook. I thank each one of them from the bottom of my heart. 

I thank all of the wonderful people who put their time and energy into making this university what it is, and for giving people 
like myself the opportunity to produce pieces that exemplify what UMass Dartmouth stands for. 

Iapologize for not realizing and appreciating, before today, what this school truly consists of... 

Thank you all so much, 

Kevin Gawthrope 
Editor-in-Chief 



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To the Class of 1994, 

I'm not usually one to speak my mind, but somethings should not go unmentioned. A lot of stress, 
hours, and work have gone into the production of this book. It has been a rough year, so I must be 
honest and admit that several staff altercations nearly caused the Class of 1994 not to have a yearbook to 
preserve it's fondest memories of UMass Dartmouth. 

Many people (the silent majority), including myself stepped in to pick up the fallen pieces and put the 
yearbook back together again. I have personally assumed the responsibility of completing the yearbook 
alone, and it has not been easy! I feel I am literally carrying the Class of 1994 on my shoulders. Anyhow, 
back to the silent majority... Without these people it would have been impossible to complete the book 
— Thanks go out to: Dean Donald Howard, Norval Garnet, Chestnut Hill Studios, contributing TORCH 
members, and Sue Costa and MEB for their guidance. I'd also like to give utmost thanks to Heather 
Harriman for the much needed help over the final days of production — you were great! Thanks to 
anyone who was not metioned, your help was greatly appreciated too. 

Well here you have it; your college yearbook. I hope you enjoy and appreciate this book. I wish you 
much happiness and success in all you do. 

Take it easy... 
Deon M. Barrett 
Layout Editor 




Congratulations Class of 1994! 

I would like to begin by giving recognition where recognition is due. Most of you probabally did not 
notice these individuals hiding behind cameras at every event held this year, but it was their hard work 
and dedication which produced the majority of photographs in this book. 

Photography Contributors: Brian McDermott, Sabine Selvais, Val Vinton, Stephanie Sears, and the rest 
of the Torch photo staff, Ann D'Amadio, Eric Guerin, Ed Irizarry, Joe Skees, and Steve Seaver. Special 
thanks to Dean Howard, Barbara Costa, Sue Costa, Bev Drayton, Mike Josti and Mary Elizabeth Butler 
(for getting me into all of the events), Manny Pereira, Joe Geoffroy and the Chestnut Hill Studios staff 
(for all of their time, energy, and support), and Derek Cotton for his endless help and patience. 

In closing I would like to thank Deon for his unprecedented energy and courage in getting this 
yearbook done. (We did it!) I hope you all enjoy your 1994 Yearbook, and remember the people behind 
the pages. 

I wish you all happiness and success in the years to come. 
Happy job hunting everyone! 



Heather M. Harriman 
Photo Editor 



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Weekdays 8AM - 8PM - Sat., Sun. & Hoi. 9AM - 5PM 

39 A Faunce Corner Rd., No. Dartmouth, MA 02747 
Builders Square 
(508)996-3311 

PHILEMON TRUESDALE MARVELL, M.D. 



Regional Hospitality Center 



WHITE'S 

OF WESTPORT 



Westport, MA 

White's: (508) 675-7185 
Hampton Inn Hotel: (508) 675-8500 



Telephone 992-1702 




Hiller Printing Inc. 



11 William Street 

New Bedford, MA 02740 



Computer Systems for Business & Engineering 
Leading Software & Computers 

The Ferreira Group, LTD 

99 Clara Street 
New Bedford, Massachusetts 02744-2204 



Francis Ferreira 



(508) 996-2500 
FAX (508) 993-0166 



Telephone 996-5443 



Dr. William Rotondi 

1 Sharon Avenue 
North Dartmouth, MA 02747 



Haitham S. Mohamad 

Computer Engineer 

Certified on many computers 

467 Green Bush Road 

Warwick, Rhode Island 02818 

401-884-5493 



Aerovox 



370 Faunce Corner Road 

North Dartmouth, MA 02747-1217 U.S.A. 

994-9661 




Shawmut Bank 



Marie C. Thomas 

Branch Manager 
Tel 508 991 2665 

South Dartmouth 

686 Dartmouth Street, BR 3227 
South Dartmouth MA 02748 



Tom Ricci's 
Action Nissan 

382 State Road 
North Dartmouth, MA 02747 

996-3200 



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Vera j. Almgren 

40 School Street 

South Dartmouth 

996-5017 


Nu-Tex Industries Inc. 

127 W. Rodney French Blvd. 

New Bedford 

993-2501 


Showtime Sound Services 

PO Box 3372 

North Dartmouth 

636-6040 


Sullivan's Auctioneers & 
Appraisers 

780 State Road (Rte. 6) 

North Dartmouth 

999-3790 


Jose S. Castelo Real Estate 

1815 Acushnet Avenue 

New Bedford 

995-6291 


BorgWarner 
Marine & Industrial Transmissions 

Theodore Rice Bldg./lnd. Park 

New Bedford 

995-2616 


A. Willam Mercier, Jr. DDS 

643 Dartmouth Street 

South Dartmouth 

994-5278 


Burke and Smith, P.C. 

49 Slocum Road 
Dartmouth 
993-1743 


Roland's Tire Service, Inc. 

1 1 Howland Road 
Fairhaven 
997-4501 


Bourassa Hardware, Inc. 

Icushnet Avenue 

New Bedford 

995-6366 


Wesport Travel Agency 

764 Main Road 
Westport 
636-4048 


Judi's Unisex Beauty Shop 

676 Dartmouth 

South Dartmouth 

996-8290 


Donat Boisvert Insurance 
Agency, Inc. 

949 Ashley Boulevard 

New Bedford 

998-2101 


Smith Mills Nursery 

1 1 Anderson Way 

North Dartmouth 

992-2472 


Fall River Gas Company 

155 North Main Street 
Fall River 
675-7811 


New Bedford Credit Union 

1150 Purchase Street 

New Bedford 

994-6546 


St. Michael's Fall River 
Credit Union 

60 Garside Street j 
Fall River 
674-3861 


New Bedford Getty Mart 

531 Mt. Pleasant Street 

New Bedford 

997-4901 


Lider, Smola & Fogarty, P.C. 

175 William Street 

New Bedford 

992-2200 


William T. King Lumber Co. 

25 Russells Mills Road 

South Dartmouth 

997-7868 


Meineke Discount Mufflers 

1451 South Main Street 
Fall River 
676-3023 


American Press Inc. 
Lithographers 

1 Coffin Ave., PO Box 944 

New Bedford 

997-9421 


Rosenfield, Holland & 
Raymon, P.C. 

700 Pleasant Street, 3rd Fl. 

New Bedford 

999-4548 


ABC Disposal Service, Inc. 

1245 Shawmut Avenue 

New Bedford 

995-0544 


Marine Safety 
Consultants, Inc. 

26 Water Street 
Fairhaven 
996-4110 


H. J. Saulnier Oil Co. 

567 Collins Corner Road 

North Dartmouth 

995-1632 


Rua's Westend Pizzeria 

196 Shawmut Avenue 

New Bedford 

996-6774 


Acushnet Federal 
Credit Union 

13 Crompton Street 
Acushnet 
995-9100 



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SUVA PHARMACY, INC. 

133 County Street, New Bedford, 02744 

STAR PLATE & WINDOW GLASS 

1625 Acushnet Avenue, New Bedford, 995-0166 

DR. GEORGE J. POLOCHICK 

2090 Acushnet Avenue, New Bedford, 995-3428 

A & A REDEMPTION CENTER 

741 Ashley Boulevard, New Bedford, 995-3361 

BERGIES SEAFOOD 

8 Hassey Street, New Bedford, 999-4447 

NWD, INC. 

222 Herman Melville Blvd., New Bedford, 997-1254 

ASHLEY FORD SALES INC. 

395 Mt. Pleasant Street, New Bedford, 996-5611 

BEAUMONT SIGN CO. - COMPLETE SIGN SERV. 

200 North Street, New Bedford, 990-1701 

ALPHAGRAPHICS - Printshops Of The Future 

827 Rockdale Avenue, New Bedford, 991-2121 

THE SYLVIA GROUP OF INSURANCE AGENCIES 

84 Faunce Corner Rd., N. Dartmouth, 999-6454 

DARTMOUTH FLORISTS 

96 State Road, North Dartmouth, 992-0884 

GROVELAND MOTEL 

571 State Road, North Dartmouth, 997-0008 

MCBRIDE RENTALS 

384 Nash Road (Rear), New Bedford, 993-3811 

SMITH MILLS MOBIL 

285 State Road, Rt. 6, N. Dartmouth, 996-9338 

PRIDE CUSTOM INTERIORS 

48 State Road, North Dartmouth, 993-7977 

THE SYMPHONY MUSIC SHOP 

94 State Road, North Dartmouth, 996-3301 

DARTMOUTH DAIRY CHIEF 

532 Russells Mills Rd., S. Dartmouth, 997-6418 

ERNIE ROSS JEWELERS 

92 State Road, North Dartmouth, 992-3933 

AARON POOLS AND SPAS 

597 State Road, North Dartmouth, 996-3320 

HAWTHORNE COUNTRY CLUB 

970 Tucker Road, North Dartmouth, 997-3377 



ME & EDS PIZZERIA, INC. 

30 Brock Avenue, New Bedford, 993-9922 

CAPE COD SPORTSWEAR COMPANY 

21 Cove Street, New Bedford, 996-5316 

DARTMOUTH GIFTS & ENGRAVING 

22 Center Street, South Dartmouth, 997-1936 

HORACIO FURTADO LANDSCAPING 

202 Plymouth Street, New Bedford, 996-6677 

G & K INDUSTRIES 

PO Box 14, Somerset, 676-3838 

MEE HONG RESTAURANT 

120 Cove, New Bedford, 992-8541 

NEW BEDFORD WELDING SUPPLY, INC. 

272 Herman Melville Blvd., New Bedford, 997-2051 

FRIEND'S AUTO SALES 

116 Dartmouth Street, New Bedford, 997-8096 

C & M FLOOR COVERING 

474 Orchard Street, New Bedford, 999-6018 

ESPIRITO SANTO FEDERAL CREDIT UNION 

1645 Pleasant Street, Fall River, 672-8592 

EDWARD I. PETTINE, CPA, INC. 

10 North Main Street, Fall River, 675-2552 

PARADISE MAILING & PRINTING, INC. 

607 Harbor View Blvd., Somerset, 672-1200 

WESTPORT MARKET 

291 American Legion Hwy., Westport, 636-5252 

GEORGIE'S RADIATOR SERVICE 

485 Kempton Street, New Bedford, 993-3404 

STAN & PAUL'S ATLANTIC APPLI. SERV., INC. 

215 State Road, North Dartmouth, 994-6060 

FERNANDES FRAZE & FINNERTY 

442 County Street, New Bedford, 997-3375 

THE MAIN EVENT 

250 Union Street, New Bedford, 992-0681 

BAKER TRACTOR CORP. 

2283 Gar. Hwy./Rte. 6, Swansea, 379-3673 

RICCARDI'S BUFFET CATERING, INC. 

901 Hathaway Road, New Bedford, 992-6800 

ZEE ASSOCIATES 

47 North Second Street, New Bedford, 999-2777 



VENTURA'S PHARMACY 

699 Bedford Street, Fall River, 674-4659 

SMITH OFFICE EQUIPMENT 

191 Bedford Street, Fall River, 679-2323 

NORBUT MANUFACTURING CO., INC. 

56 Eleventh Street, Fall River, 678-5159 

RICHIE'S AUTO RADIO 

859 State Road, North Dartmouth, 997-2626 

RAYMOND M. NISBY, D.D.S. 

1249 Ashley Boulevard, New Bedford, 998-1178 

GLIDDEN PAINT/WALLPAPER 

634 State Road, North Dartmouth, 996-8550 

SPARKS COMPUTERIZED CAR CARE 

Chris Christo/George Poravas, N. Dartmouth, 999-0092 

REBELLO'S MARKET 

333 Rivet Street, New Bedford, 993-0946 

RAY DUPHILY & SONS - Air Compressor Serv. 

34 Flag Swamp Road, N. Dartmouth, 998-1864 

JOSEPH S. CALLAHAN 

10 Purchase Street, Fall River, 676-8543 

ATTY. & MRS. RAYMOND V. PICARD 

716 Bedford Street, Fall River, 673-5822 

POTVIN AUTO BODY SHOP 

958 County Street, Fall River, 674-9092 

FRED'S CUSTOM AUTO ACCESSORIES 

131 Hadley Street, New Bedford, 995-0565 

FIRE SYSTEMS INC. 

4 Arsene Way, Fairhaven, 999-4444 

ADVANCE AIR & HEAT CO., INC. 

177 Bullock Road, East Freetown, 992-2870 

CIDADE'S SERVICE STATION 

57 Rodney French Blvd., New Bedford, 979-5805 

JOHN'S COUNTRY KITCHEN 

851 Mt. Pleasant Street, New Bedford, 995-8234 

ADAMS RESTAURANT 

467 Ashley Boulevard, New Bedford, 998-2000 

BROOKLAWN DENTAL HEALTH CENTER 

559 Ashley Boulevard, New Bedford, 995-5105 

LESCO TOBACCO & CANDY COMPANY 

1011 JFK Mem. Hwy., New Bedford, 999-5205 



DEMELO'S AUTO SALES AND SERVICE 

20 Grandfield Street, New Bedford, 992-8678 

FAIRHAVEN LUMBER COMPANY 

120 Alden Road, Fairhaven, 993-2611 

J. LOUIS LEBLANC, ATTORNEY AT LAW 

342 Union Street, New Bedford, 993-2100 

CHINA PALACE 

1232 Acushnet Avenue, New Bedford, 997-5299 

GUIDO'S PLATE GLASS SERVICE, INC. 

686 Cottage Street, New Bedford, 997-7388 

MCGOVERN'S FAMILY RESTAURANT 

310 Shove Street, Fall River, 679-5010 

G & L CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 

150 Purchase Street, Fall River, 674-9886 

RAYMOND R. MACHADO 

1521 North Main Street, Fall River, 672-3101 

GLASER GLASS COMPANY 

1265 Purchase Street, New Bedford, 999-6497 

LOU KALIFE BUILDING PRODUCTS 

4 Fish Island, New Bedford, 994-4444 

OLIVIER & SONS, INC. 

479 Mt. Pleasant Street, New Bedford, 994-4323 

ISLAND DENTAL PROSTHETICS 

540 South Main Street, Fall River, 672-5151 

DR. JOHN J. MCGONIGLE 

345 Union Street, New Bedford, 993-0900 

A.B. SENNA BOOKKEEPING SERVICES 

127 Chestnut Street, New Bedford, 997-4400 

PERRY FUNERAL HOME, INC. 

111 Dartmouth Street, New Bedford, 993-2921 

CONVERSE PHOTO SUPPLY COMPANY 

12 North Sixth Street, New Bedford, 992-3910 

DENNIS A. MACEDO 

1507 Sassaquin Avenue, New Bedford, 995-2392 

BRUNO'S BUSINESS SUPPLY COMPANY 

1913 Purchase Street, New Bedford, 999-6300 

CORDEIRO'S FISH MARKET, INC. 

60 Madeira Avenue, New Bedford, 992-6519 

PAUL & DIXON 

388 County Street, New Bedford, 996-8593 



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