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Introduction... 



Dedication... 



Faculty and Administration. 



Seniors... 



Seniors not pictured... 



World Events... 



Campus Events... 



Athletics... 




Clubs and Organizations... 



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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 undergraduate career might just as soon 
dissipate 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 undergraduates in state 
four-year institutions don't make it to graduation. 
According to The Almanac of Higher Education, 
nationwide, only 20% of all adults have their 
Bachelor's Degree; in Massachusetts, only 16% do. 
They also list 1 10,031 public four-year institution 
undergrads statewide; the Registrar's Office lists 
5600 at UMass Dartmouth; over 1000 are in the 
graduating Class of 1995. 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: 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 
years became the University of Massachusetts 
Dartmouth, part of a single, five-branch University 
of Massachusetts system. With the state's support 




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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 always 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 1995. Welcome to the world. 





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Tolstoy tells us that everyartist writes his 
own autobiography. Dietmar Winkler, 
a superb artist of visual communication, 
of education, and of the human 
spirit, is writing an autobiography that is 
a masterwork of truth and beauty. 
Respected and beloved by all who interact 
with him, whether colleagues or students, 
Dietmar embodies rare combinations: 
creative genius with modesty and personal 
warmth, enormous dedication with good 
humor and grace, artistic authority with a 
knack for nurturing artistic neophytes, 
and a generous interest in promoting the 
University and its people with a lack of 
interest in promoting himself. A teacher 
of exceptional gifts, he has inspired 



generations of students who unanimously 
praise his ability to connect with them on a 
profound and genuine level, to empathize 
with them and help them solve their 
problems, to challenge them to test the 
limits of their talents and to prod them 
into original ways of seeing, imagining and 
processing the world around them. 

Dietmar's contributions to the University 
and the community are incalculable. 
His achievements on the frontier of his 
profession have brought prestige and 
international recognition to the 
department in which he teaches, to the 
School of Visual and Performing Arts 






where he once acted as dean, and to the 
entire University which he serves so 
wholeheartedly. Attuned to the 
technological revolution and aware of the 
potential innovations in his field, he was 
one of the first to introduce computer 
technology into the design classroom. 
Never content with the status quo, 
he is currently investigating the ways in 
which he and his students might employ 
the Internet as an exciting new instrument 
of visual design and communication. 
Creator of the striking new University logo 
that graces the cover of this book, he has 
also long collaborated with the UMD 
publications office in the production of 
visually effective communications. Not 
surprisingly, he has refused both recogni- 
tion and recompense for his ongoing 
contributions of time and expertise. 

Dietmar is a prodigious giver, a giver of his 
time, a giver of his help, a giver of his gifts, 
He is an extraordinary, authentic human 
being, lacking in egotism or pretension, 
while blessed with breathtaking talents, 
a kindly man who loves his work, his 
students, and his life, and communicates 
that love and joy to everyone fortunate 
enough to come within his bright sphere. 
He has done much more than teach us how 
to design a project of the highest quality, 
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the highest quality. He has taught us the 
difference between art and artifice, 
between being easily satisfied and 
reaching for excellence, between parroting 
and thinking, between existing and living. 

We the Class of 1995 therefore dedicate 
our yearbook to Dietmar Winkler in 
loving recognition of an unpayable 
debt and in the humble hope that the 
future will gratify him with ample 
proof of how we took both him and his 
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Congratulations! 

Many of you came here in 1991, the first class to enter the 
University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. You leave as the 
University begins to celebrate another important milestone, 
its 100th birthday! 

It's doubtful that those who founded two small textile 
colleges in New bedford and Fall River in 1895 could have 
foreseen what a magnificent evolution they would undergo. 
Through the years they expanded and eventually merged to 
form the state's second public university. 

I hope that as you reflect upon your years here, you also 
think about the future and your continuing relationship to 
the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. I believe that 
relationship 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 lifelong learning. To 
continue to be competitive 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're 
also taking the lead in developing experimental courses that 
deliver education from the professor's desktop to your own, 
wherever in the world that might be, via the Internet/ 
World Wide Web. In brief, in a world where learning is so 
important, we want to be there when you need us again. 

We will continue to work closely with business and 
professional leaders to develop special programs to meet 



new challenges 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. 

It is now more important than ever that we find a way to 
continue our efforts to be inclusive — to provide a univer- 
sity education for all no matter what their ethnic or cultural 
background. Today, for many social and economic reasons, 
too many people do not have access to public higher 
education. 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. 
Before our campaign has gotten underway, we have already 
received pledges of $2.5 million, an indication of the respect 
and pride with which people view our University. 

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 graduates! 

Congratulations to all of you! It hasn't been easy getting through the stresses of the past few years, but we did it together. 
We were the class that applied to SMU but were admitted to UMD; the first class to go through all four years at UMass 
Dartmouth. 

Important lessons were learned, both in and out of the classroom. Besides reports, presentations, and exams, the class of 
1995 learned about the importance of friendship, diversity, and education. Although we are called "Generation X," the 
class of 1995 is sure to succeed. 

But now it's all over, leaving us with a sense of sadness and nostalgia for the great times and memories left behind. We will 
always remember: Matt Neil's, the Senior Blast Off, the first "full bar" Rat, the '80s Revival, Cancun, procrastinating in the 
Commuter Caf, the Irish Last Call, the Spring Ball, the "5 weeks Till Graduation" Rat, Senior Week, and the many "social 
gatherings" in Cedar Dell. 

More importantly, we will remember the friends that we shared these unforgettable times with; we should cherish and 
hold onto these friendships forever. Please be sure to attend Homecoming Weekend and our reunions in the future. 

Thank you for giving us the opportunity to serve you and for all your support this year. We wish all of you much health, 
happiness, and success in your future endeavors. 

Sincerely, 

Christina M. Braga 

President 

Kimberly Braley 

Vice-President 

Brian Berkeley 

Treasurer 



Carrie Chiasson 

Secretary 




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Vice Chancellor of Administrative 
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Dick Burke 

Assistant Chancellor for 
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Associate Dean of Students 



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Dean of Continuing Education 






Benjamin Taggie 

Vice Chancellor 
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Donald C. Howard 

Dean of Students 




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Dean of Library Services 



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Director of Health Services 



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Director of Admissions 




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Director of Counseling Center 




Kevin W. Hill 

Director of Housing 
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Director of Career Services 



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Director of Facilities 
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John Bush 

Assistant to the Chancellor on 
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Donald H. Ramsbottom 

Exectuive Director, 

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Direcor of Campus Center 



Raymond McKearney 

Chief of Safety and Security 




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Dean 

College of Arts and Sciences 




Patrick Foley 

Chair, Education 




Lewis Kamm 

Associate Dean 




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Chair, English 




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Chair, Mathematics 




Toby Huff 

Chair, Sociology 
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Chair, Medical Laboratory 
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Chair, Philosophy 





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Chair, Political Science 




James dePagter 

Chair, Physics 



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Chair, Psychology 



Joseph C. Deck 

Chair, Chemistry 



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Chair, Accounting and Finance 




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Interim Dean, 
College of Engineering 




Elisabeth Pennington 

Dean, College of Nursing 




Frederick Law 

Chair, Civil Engineering 




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Gabriel Araneo 
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Jennifer Azevedo 
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Michael Bargfrede 
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Printmaking 




Holly Binda 
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Jennifer L. Bergeron 
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Chris Bertram 
Graphic Design 




Christopher Bittner 
Mechanical Engineering 




Heather Bogle 
Management 




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Biology 




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Marketing 




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Sheila Boncy 
Graphic Design 



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Biology 




Alana Bouchard 
Psychology 




Stephanie Bowden 
Psychology 




Cheryl Braga 
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Blaine B. Borden 
Sociology 




Chrisitne Boulanger 
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Christina Braga 
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Lisa Borges 
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Jennifer Bourgeois 
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Kevin Bradbury 
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Kimberly Braley 
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Deborah Botelho 
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Michael Bourque 
Management 




Patricia Bradley 
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Graphic Design 




Keith Brownell 
Photography 




Colleen Cabral 
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Samuel P. Calomo Jr. 
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James Briggs 
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History 




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Cliff Carmel 
Marketing 




Dawneen Carrol 
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Suzanne Catraio 
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Jacinda Cannon 
Graphic Design 




Donna M. Caron 
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Joanna Carter 
English 




Ting Chang 
Civil Engineering 




Jeffrey Cardoso 
Biology 




Dianne M. Correia 
Humanities/SS 




James Caruso 
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Michael Charest 
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Karen Carino 
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Kristin Carreiro 
Psychology 




Sandra Castro 
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Patrick Chasse 
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Robert Christian 
Mechanical Engineering 




Mario Cipollini 
Humanties/SS 




Kathryn F. Collins 
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Brian Chatalian 
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Kimberly Christiansen 
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Lori A. Clare 
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Alicia Colon 
Psychology 



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Mechanical Engineering 




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Psychology 




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Management 




Colleen M. Craig 
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Management 




Michael P. Cyr 
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Kurt Dahlgren 
Management 




John Daley 
Mechanical Engineering 




Lisa Cunha 
Accounting 



Jennifer Dacosta 
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Kevin Curll 
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Gilbert Cyr 
Sociology 






Eduardo D'Aguiar 
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Maryann DeMello 
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Joseph Dana 
Management 




Tara Davis 
Biology 




Bethany DelLima 
Human./SS-English 




Lori Dennis 
Accounting 




Steven D. DaSilva 
MFA Business Admin. 




Raymond Deane 
Biology 




Daniel P. DelCore 
Business 




Rebecca Dennis 
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Graphic Design/Photo. 



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Nursing 



Dawn Dessert 
Electrical Engineering 



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Sociology 






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Chemistry 



Robin DiNardo 
Mechanical Engineering 







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Management 



Kate Donahoe 
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Kristen Donegan 
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Civil Engineering 



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Humanities/SS 






Heather Eisenhaur 
Visual Design 



Christopher Elgar 
Politcal Science 



Susan Coelho Esteves 
Psychology/Sociology 







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Illustration 




Sharon Durgin 
Psychology 




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Textile Design 




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English 




Kelley Farrell 
Business 




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Humanities/SS 




Michael Fetterman 
Marketing 








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Art Education 




Carla Ferreira 
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Marketing 




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Computer Engineering 




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Psychology 




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Electrical Engineering 




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Art Education 




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Civil Engineering 




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Marketing 




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Sociology 




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Susan M. Furness 
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Sociology 




Renee Gallant 
Psychology 




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Sculpture 




Allyson G. Gibbs 
Psychology 




Jennifer Furtado 
History 




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Business 




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Electrical Engineering 




Annmarie Gagnon 
Accounting 




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Humanities/SS 




Kevin Gawthrope 
Graphic Design 




June Goguen 
Business 




Madeline Galhardo 
Spanish 




Christopher Garcia 
Civil Engineering 




Michelle Gelinas 
Finance 




Robert Goguen 
Accounting 



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Marketing 




Carla Goncalves 
Portuguese 




Eric Guerin 
Photography 




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Economics 




Michael D. Gomes 
Civil Engineering 




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Electronic Imaging 




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Portuguese 




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Management 




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Psychology 




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Mechanical Engineering 




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Marketing 




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Electronic Imaging 




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Marketing 




Janice Kelly 
Nursing 




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Electronic Imaging 




Xavier Lalande 
Marketing 




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Management 




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Sociology 




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Nursing 




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Sculpture 




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Mechanical Engineering 




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Sociology 




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Mechanical Engineering 




Peter Lavigne 
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Arlene Madeira 
Marketing 




Michael Martin 
Nursing 




Laura Linscott 
Nursing 




Kristen Lordan 
Humanities/SS 




Kelli Mahoney 
Mechanical Engineering 




Scott Martin 
Nursing 




Lisa Lombardi 
Marketing 




Heidi Lucas 
Marketing 





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Mathematics 




Amanda Martinez 
Political Science 




Antonio Lopes 
Mechanical Engineering 




Matthew Macy 
Accounting 




Marianne Marques 
Human Resource Mgmt. 



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Stephanie Maseda 
Psychology 



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51 




52 




Lucinda Mattson 
Marketing 




Stephanie Meadows 
Psychology/Elem. Educ. 




Vilma Medina 
Psychology 




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Steven Milette 
Mechanical Engineering 




Nicole Maybruck 
Business 




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Bethany Meckowski 
Psychology 




Dawn Marie Melchin 
Art Education 




Kelly A. Millington 
Electronic Imaging 




Jennifer McCarthy 
English 




Debra Medeiros 
Medical Lab. Science 




Cidalia Mendonca 
Portuguese 





Scott Monize 
Marketing 




Wendy McNally 
Accounting 




Marie K. Medeiros 
Humanities/SS 




Alicia Mickley 
Sociology 




Katrina Mospaw 
Management 



53 















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Lisa Montgomery 
Biology 




Jeff Nevulis 
Accounting 




Karen Nogueira 
Management 




Joan O'Connor 
Sociology 




Daniel Michael Mulcare 
Political Science 




Ying Ng 
Mechancial Engineering 




Nancy A. Normand 
Art Education 




Erin O'Donnel 
Ceramics 




Chrisitine Murphy 
Management 




Frank Nichols 
Civil Engineering 




Dan Norton 
Photography 




Jennifer A. O'Donnell 
Sociology/Women's Stu. 




Stephen Nelson 
Mechanical Engineering 




Michael Noe 
Sociology 




Katharine O'Brien 
Sociology 




Julie O'Hanley 
Humanities/SS 



55 



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Kelly O'Leary 
Marketing 




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Jason Ollerhead 
Management 




George Pacheco 
Finance 




Augustine A. Ogagan 
Accounting 




Daniel Oliveira 
English 




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Chrysti Orchulek 
Electronic Imaging 




Michelle Pacheco 
Finance 




George 0. Ogagan 
Computer Engineering 




Mark Oliveira 
Management 





Christine Oliveira 
Accounting 





Todd Oliver 
Sociology 




Amanda Orf 




Renee M. Ouellette 


Chemistry 




Biology 


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Nancy Pacheco 
Accounting 




Stacie Paquette 
Biology 




Lea Pavlo 
Spanish 




Charley Pelissier 
English 




Raquel Pacheco 
Accounting 




Sandra Patten 
Psychology 




Jill Peavey 
Graphic Design 




Eric Pelletier 
Economics 




Blake Palermino 
Psychology 




Michael E. Patterson 
Electrical Engineering 




Carol A. Peixe 
English 




Edgar Pereira 
Management 




Heidi Panek 
Sociology 




Julie Pavao 
Accounting 




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Steven Peixoto 
Business 




Kathleen Pereira 
Psychology 



59 




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Jennifer Perry 
Mathematics 




Suzette S. Pinto 
Biology 




Amy Raffel 
Psychology 




Jennifer Regan 
Humanities/SS 




Jill Pickard 
Politcial Science 




David Pothier 
Electronic Imaging 




Ozma Rahman 
Accounting 




Jacqueline Renaud 
Humanities/SS 




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Richard Pickford 
Electronic Imaging 




Kimberly K. Quental 
Biology 







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Jaime Ramos 

Politcal Science 




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Stephen Reveliotty 
Electrical Engineering 




Anne M. Piekarski 
Civil Eng./Bus. Admin. 




Douglas Quigley 
Management 




Marlene Rapoza 
Psychology 




Susan Rezendes 
Accounting 



61 










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62 



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Susan F. Jenkins Ricardo 
Nursing 




Elizabeth Robbins 
Chemistry 




Paula Ronayne 
Nursing 




Shelley Rose 
Graphic Design 




Michael Riley 
Sociology 




Erick Robinson 
Accounting 




1 



David Rose 
Accounting 



Karla Rovatti 
Graphic Design 




Cheryl Rita 
Psychology 




Patricia Roche 
Human Resource Mgmt. 




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Jeffrey Rose 
Biology 





Gabriel Saad 
Business 




Kristen Roach 
Art Education 




Elizabete M. Rodrigues 
Nursing 




Juanita Lopez Rose 
Sociology 




Aimee Sabourin 
Humanities/SS 



63 




64 




Makoto Sadahiro 
Electronic Imaging 




Victoria Sandstrom 
Graphic Design 




James Santucci 
Sociology 




Shelly Schuerfeld 
Graphic Design 





Melissa Salvucci 
Nursing 




Craig Santos 
Mechanical Engineering 




Gina Savastano 
Biology 




Mary Schweidenback 
Psychology 



Paul SanClemente 
Sociology 




Dayna Santos 
Nursing 




Jennifer Schell 
Nursing 




Ronald E. Scott 
Mechancial Engineering 




Daniel Sancomb 
Marketing 




Marcy Santos 
Management 







Erin Schoot 
Graphic Design 




Sabine Selvais 
Photography 



65 




William Shallies 
Poltical Science 




Tania Sikora 
Graphic Design 




Janet Silvernail 
Textile Design 




Deanna Smith 
Accounting 



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David Shapleigh 
Illustration 




Carla L. Silva 
Human Resource Mgmt. 




Tobie Simmons 
Painting 




Jennifer Smith 
Biology 



Steven Shaulis 
Accounting 



Mary Angel Silva 
Sociology 




Michelle Simoes 
Nursing 



Tara Smith 
Painting 



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Todd Shevlin 
Management 





Kevin Silveira 
Civil Engineering 




Aris Skaliotis 
Psychology 




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Kevin Soares 
Accounting 



66 




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Pamela Somers 
Nursing 




Kimberly Souza 
Nursing 




Laura Stout 
Photography 




John Tanguay 
Political Science 




Charm Soranakom 
MBA 




Linda L. Souza 
French/Spanish 







Jonathan Sullivan 
Illustration 




Anibal Tavares 
Business 




Mario Sousa 
Portuguese 




Jason Spreyer 
Accounting 




William M. Sullivan 
English 




Donna Tavares 
Accounting 




Steven Sousa 
Electrical Engineering 




Melissa Stewart 
Nursing 




Carrie Talbot 
Accounting 




Teresa Tavares 
Finance 



67 




Allison Taylor 
Nursing 




Robert Terry 
Illustration 




* 



Jane Tinlin 
Photography 




Mary Trodella 
Graphic Design 





Jennifer Taylor 
Photography 



Michael S. Taylor 
Accounting 




Shelley-Ann Turcotte 
Medical Lab. Science 



Matthew Touhey 
History 




Soo Chin Teoh 
Textile Science 




Brian Tinkham 
Marketing 




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Sergey Tokman 
Management 




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Christopher Urdi 
Psychology 



68 




Carley Vaillancourt 
Nursing 




Susan Varieur 
Finance 




Aaron C. Viera 
Visual Design 




Matthew B. Viera 
English 






Amy Valente 
Politcal Science 



Sandra Valentim 
Business 



Barry Van-Laarhoven 
Civil Engineering 






Stephanie Velez 
Mathematics 



Alice C. Veloso 
Biology 



Lisa-Anne Vieira 
English 




69 




Stephen Visconte 
Illustration 



GALLFRV HOURS 




Stacy Walsh 
Photography 




Timothy Warner 
Accounting 



Jennifer Whalen 
Nursing 





Cynthia Vrusho 
Textile Science 




Thomas Walsh 
Photography 




Eric Weiland 
Politcial Science 




Debra Wharton 
Graphic Design 




John Walling 
Art History 




Jennifer Ware 
Nursing 




Faye Weiner 
Psychology 




Jennifer Wharton 
Illustration 




Christine M. Walsh 
Psychology 




Susan Wareing 
Nursing 




Sean Westgate 
Graphic Design 




Carrie Lyn Wheeler 
Psych. /Social Service 



70 




Gerald Wheeler 
Mechanical Engineering 




Laura Whitten 
Accounting 




Margy Wintermyer 
Biology 




Heather Yale 
Graphic Design 




Cynthia White 
Textile Design 




Sarah Beth Wiley 
Visual Design 




Christina Wood 
Chemistry 




Kathryn Young 
Art Education 




Jeffrey White 
Humanities/SS 




Jennifer Winship 
Marketing 




Andrew Wrobel 
Electrical Engineering 




Chrisityne Zimmer 
Psychology 




Heather L. Whittaker 
Nursing 





David Winskowicz • 
Human Resouce Mgmt. 




Hoa Xin 
Physics 




71 



SENIORS NOT PICTURED... 



Maria R. Afonso 
Musa H. Al Husseini 
Jason W. Alexandre 
Thomas G. Allen 
Cheryl L. Almeida 
Timothy Almeida 
Kyle J. Alves 
Melynda M. Amann 
Kimberly Amaral 
Mario R. Amaral 
Octavio P. Amaral 
Elaine F. Anderson 
Eric R. Anderson 
Andrea L. Andoscia 
Thomas B. Anger 
Ann L. Archambault 
Carlos M. Arruda 
Karen E. Arruda 
Monica Arruda 
Richard J. Arsenault 
Anthony C. Arvanites 
Scott W. Atchue 
Chrsitine Atwood 
Christopher J. Augusto 
Esmeralda M. Avelar 
John E. Bacon 
Suzanne M. Baker 
Joel H. Baptista 
Barbara J. Barakat 
John C. Baron 
Rubayat B. Barros 
Rob Baruch 
Brian M. Battles 
Thomas P. Beale 
David G. Beals 
Leah Bearce 
Vinicio Beato 
Thomas J. Beaulieu 
Daniel P. Bedard 
Wendy A. Beecher 
David Benevides 
Julie A. Berard 
Catharine Rose Bergeron 
Jennifer A. Bergeron 



Computer Information Science 

Electrical Engineering 

Psychology 

English Literature 

Accounting 

Marketing 

English Literature 

Metals 

MA Professional Writing 

Philosophy 

Electrical Engineering 

Nursing 

MA Professional Writing 

Textile Technology 

Electrical Engineering 

Multi-Disciplinary 

History 

Nursing 

Philosophy 

Electrical Engineering Tech. 

Chemistry 

Business 

Mathematics 

Management 

Sociology 

Electrical Engineering Tech. 

Nursing 

English Literature 

History 

Electrical Engineering 

Politcal Science 

German 

Music 

History 

English Writing 

Art Education 

Mechanical Engineering Tech. 

Medical Laboratory Science 

Humanities /Social Science 

Medical Laboratory Science 

Electrical Engineering Tech. 

Accounting 

Photography 

Human Resource Management 



Dina M. Bettencourt 
John S. Bilsborough 
Scott M. Bindas 
Lori J. Binning 
Christy L. Bishop 
Patricia M. Blake 
Gary Blanchette 
Joachim Blum 
Michael J. Bonner 
Thomas Borges 
Wayne B. Botelho 
Kyle L. Bouchard 
Ronald Bouchard 
Simonne A. Boudreau 
Paul D. Bourgoin 
Shannon J. Boyd 
Kimberly A. Braga 
William Branco 
Michael K. Brannelly 
Kevin C. Braun 
John J. Breault 
Veronica M. Brickley 
Michael Brides 
Matthew T. Brightman 
William Brogan 
Christopher D. Brooks 
Jane T. Brooks 
James M. Brown 
Robert Brown 
Sean M. Brown 
Thomas D. Brown 
Jeff D. Bryant 
Steven P. Bryant 
Douglas H. Brymer 
Heather L. Bullard 
Steven J. Burtoft 
Anthony J. Byrne 
Danna Cabral 
Jennifer L. Cabral 
Kurt E. Cabral 
Steven X. Cadrin 
Changtong Cai 
Jennifer A. Calabrese 
Norma K. Calderon 



Textile Design 

Finance 

Computer Engineering 

Psychology 

Nursing 

Medical Laboratory Science 

Marketing 

MS Computer Info. Science 

Biology 

Sculpture 

Civil Engineering 

Management 

Finance 

Metals 

Biology 

Metals 

Accounting 

Computer Engineering 

Civil Engineering 

Electronic Imaging 

History 

Sociology 

Civil Engineering 

Mechanical Engineering 

Business 

Medical Laboratory Science 

MS Nursing 

Accounting 

Electrical Engineering 

Accounting 

English Literature 

Marketing 

Biology 

Finance 

Sociology 

Humanities/Social Science 

Sociology 

Psychology 

Biology 

English Writing 

MS Biology 

MS Chemistry 

Business 

Psychology 



72 



Joseph Camara 
Lisa M. Camara 
Jennifer A. Camp 
Kerry A. Campbell 
Kelly J. Canastra 
David J. Cannistraro 
Thomas M. Capirchio 
Susan R. Caplan 
Marianne Cappello 
Stephen F. Caravana 
Brian S. Cardoza 
Lorrie J. Cardoza 
Matthew S. Carlson 
Colleen T. Carrigan 
Dawn M. Cavarlho 
Sandra M. Cavarlho 
Kari L. Casamassa 
Glenn J. Casey 
Michael D. Casey 
Wayne Casey 
Linda F. Cassidy 
Rosemary A. Catrina 
Michael J. Cavallini 
Thomas Chagnon 
Keith R. Champoux 
Michael J. Charest 
Anthony R. Charland 
Dennis Chaves 
Darlene L. Chepren 
Betsey L. Christiansen 
Jennifer A. Cicale 
Alicia C. Ciulla 
Jonathan H. Clark 
Andrew M. Clements 
Brian D. Clooney 
Joao P. Coelho 
Jennifer K. Coggeshall 
Daniel M. Cohen 
Michael D. Colgan 
Cheryl L. Collins 
Gary M. Collins 
Timothy D. Comeau 
William R. Conklin 
Frederick J. Conley 
Erin K. Connors 
Leisha J. Contant 
Dyanne F. Cooney 



Civil Engineering 

Accounting 

Psychology 

Civil Engineering 

MS Psychology 

Marketing 

Electrical Engineering Tech. 

MA Professional Writing 

Nursing 

Nursing 

Management 

Psychology 

English Writing 

Medical Laboratory Science 

Marketing 

Nursing 

Art Education 

Psychology 

Sociology 

Accounting 

Biology 

Management 

Electrical Engineering Tech. 

Finance 

English Literature 

Psychology 

Computer Information Science 

Electrical Engineering Tech. 

Accounting 

Nursing 

Marketing 

Nursing 

English Writing 

History 

Electrical Engineering 

Marketing 

Painting 

Textile Technology 

Accounting 

Biology 

Computer Information Science 

English Writing 

Computer Engineering 

Management 

Marketing 

Psychology 

Accounting 



Timothy B. Cooney 

Clinton H. Cooper 

Jeffrey M. Coppeta 

Eva M. Cordeiro 

Christopher Cornell 

Ronald J. Cornwell 

James R. Correia 

Susan M. Correira 

Michael F. Costa 

Viriato M. Costa 

Matthew W. Cote 

Peter R. Cote 

Anthony M. Coutinho 

Nuno M. Couto 

Margaret E. Cox 

Peter Crane 

Claudia Crevier 

Michelle A. Croft 

John A. Cronan 

Heather Ann Cronin-Bachstein 

William H. Crosby 

Patrick W. Crozier 

Jeffrey J. Cruz 

Christopher J. Cucinotta 

Jennifer Anne Cummings 

Todd E. Cunnigham 

Joseph Czapiga 

Jeannine I. Dagesse 

Robert J. Danforth 

Matthew M. Dansereau 

William Roy Dawes 

Crystal DeAndrade 

Jason M. DeBalsi 

Almir F. DeCarvalho 

Pamela A. DeGaetano 

Hillary A. DeMaio 

Gail A. DeMarco 

Cheryl A. DeMoranville 

Paul DePina 

Kevin E. DeTerra 

Patrick C. Deacon 

Christopher J. DelGaizo 

Paul R. Delmastro 

Adam J. Demaral 

Norma W. Denault 

Andrea Denk 

Joanne D. Desmarais 



Business 

Psychology 

Mechanical Engineering 

English Literature 

MBA Business Administration 

Political Science 

Psychology 

Sociology 

Sociology 

Electrical Engineering 

Civil Engineering 

English Writing 

Painting 

Sociology 

Nursing 

Marketing 

Illustration 

Nursing 

Graphic Design /Letterform 

MFA Fine Arts 

Psychology 

Electrical Engineering Tech. 

Mechanical Engineering Tech. 

Mechanical Engineering Tech. 

Psychology 

Marketing 

Civil Engineering 

Textile Design 

Marketing 

Illustration 

MFA Visual Design 

Sociology 

Painting 

Political Science 

Nursing 

Electronic Imaging 

MS Psychology 

Nursing 

Humanties/Social Science 

Electrical Engineering 

Humanities /Social Science 

Management 

Humanities/Social Science 

Accounting 

Undeclared 

Mathematics 

English Writing 

73 



Lisa R. Desmarais 
George W. Despres 
Lisa M. Deterra 
Jeanine C. Deveau 
Anthony J. DiFloures 
Anthony J. DiRito, Jr. 
Heidi E. Dias 
Jennifer H. Dias 
Michael Dias 
Rachael A. Diaz 
Stephen J. Dillon 
Andrew J. Ditson 
Christopher A. Dixon 
Nancy P. Dodson 
Shannon H. Doherty 
John A. Dressel 
Robert K. Duarte 
Christopher P. Dube 
Nicole T. Dube 
Jason R. Dubreuil 
Derek M. Dufresne 
Jessica B. Dunn 
Monique A. Dupont 
Shane A. Dupont 
Suzanne Durant 
Catherine E. Dutra 
Linda J. Edwards 
Sheila S. Edwards 
Heather H. Egan 
Monzurui Md. Ehsan 
William F. Ellis 
Sean T. Enderwick 
Wendy N. England 
Scott E. Enoch 
Robert P. Evans 
John B. Everton 
Alison A. Farina 
Kenneth A. Farland 
Basilla M. Farquharson 
Ninabeth T. Fay 
Angela T. Federici 
Jason Fennelly 
Ann E. Ferguson 
Scott M. Ferland 
Jennifer J. Feroce 
Diana M. Ferraguto 
Thomas J. Ferrarini 

74 



Sociology 

History 

Sociology 

Sociology 

Management 

Sociology 

Psychology 

Biology 

Management 

Spanish 

Electrical Engineering Tech. 

History 

Painting 

Nursing 

Humanities/ Social Science 

Mathematics 

Business 

Mathematics 

Management 

Electrical Engineering Tech. 

Psychology 

Biology 

Accounting 

Biology 

Psychology 

Sociology 

Textile Design 

MA Professional Writing 

Sociology 

MS Electrical Engineering 

Psychology 

Marketing 

Management 

Illustration 

Management . 

English Writing 

English Literature 

Mechanical Engineering 

Nursing 

Sociology 

Economics 

Psychology 

Humanities /Social Science 

Humanities /Social Science 

Spanish 

Art Education 

Mechanical Engineering 



Ana C. Ferreira 
Kim A. Ferreira 
Tammee L. Finley 
Deirdre S. Finnerfy 
Lisa K. Fiorini 
Edward J. Fisher 
Gretchen Flack 
Sean P. Flaherty 
John Thomas Flavin 
Deborah Florio 
Dara T. Flynn 
Jeffrey M. Flynn 
Kathleen M. Foley 
Michelle A. Fontaine 
Thomas M. Forcier 
Amanda M. Forest 
Michelle L. Fortin 
Tanya M. Foster 
Eva M. Foulis 
Aaron D. Fox 
Christine A. Francis 
Eric P. Francis 
Brian E. Frank 
Kristen R. Frederick 
James J. Fredericks 
Daniel Freeman 
Donna Freitas 
Kevin M. Frenette 
Kimberly A. Furey 
Joseph C. Furtado 
Martha S. Furtado 
Christine L. Gagnon 
Michal E. Gajewski 
Jessica M. Gale 
Marcia J. Galipeau 
John C. Gallagher 
Michelle Gardina 
Karen Garnett 
Kristen B. Garrett 
Steven Gauthier 
Jie Ge 

Walter T. Gebski 
Denise S. Giandomenico 
William F. Giarraputo 
Ryan P. Gillespie 
Edward B. Gillis 
Kerry L. Gillon 



Accounting 

Sociology 

Accounting 

MA Professional Writing 

MA Professional Writing 

Accounting 

Sociology 

Business 

MFA Fine Arts 

MS Nursing 

Nursing 

Music 

Nursing 

Music 

Computer Information Scienc 

Art Education 

Biology 

English Writing 

Nursing 

Photography 

Civil Engineering 

Biology 

Accounting 

Psychology 

Marketing 

Medical Laboratory Science 

Accounting 

Music 

English Literature 

Computer Information Scienc. 

Nursing 

Humanities /Social Science 

Electrical Engineering 

Spanish 

Accounting 

Biology 

Humanities/Social Science 

Humanities /Social Science 

Psychology 

Computer Information Scienc 

Chemistry 

Finance 

Psychology 

Business 

Illustration 

Marketing 

Music 



Gonzalo F. Gioni 
Weiko Glessmenn 
Katherine C. Gonzales 
Carolyn Anne Goodfellow 
William R. Goulet 
Bruce P. Gousie 
Kelly A. Grace 
Frank V. Graziano 
William B. Greene 
Kate G. Greenhalgh 
Bridget H. Greenwood 
Brenda J. Greer 
Mylinda D. Grinstead 
Robert A. Guay 
Dave A. Guertin 
Lee E. Guilotte 
Shaun E. Guilotte 
Rosemary A. Guimaraes 
Christopher S. Guinen 
Keith D. Guinen 
Matthew P. Gurney 
Erik D. Gustaf son 
Margo R. Gustafson 
Maureen B. Gustafson 
Richard A. Guzzo 
Anat Haela 
Karen A. Halliwell 
Jason M. Hamel 
John B. Hamilton 
Jennifer M. Hanak 
Douglas P. Harbeck 
Joseph A. Harnois 
Shane M. Harrington 
Jason H. Harris 
Michael G. Harrison 
Julie A. Hart 
Deborah J. Harwood 
Barbara T. Hass 
John B. Hatch 
Susan L. Hatfield 
Lynne A. Hathaway 
Jacqueline H. Hayward 
Jason B. Hebert 
Marcie L. Hebert 
Alan M. Hegarty 
Glenn F. Heidtmann 
Jennifer L. Henderson 



Electrical Engineering 

Computer Information Science 

MFA Fine Arts 

MS Nursing 

Accounting 

Economics 

Sociology 

Accounting 

Nursing 

Art Education 

Visual Design 

Business 

MFA Fine Arts 

Civil Engineering 

English Literature 

Civil Engineering 

Humanities/Social Science 

Biology 

Computer Engineering 

Psychology 

Sociology 

Biology 

Medical Laboratory Science 

MFA Visual Design 

Accounting 

Sociology 

Textile Design 

Biology 

Electrical Engineering Tech. 

Computer Information Science 

Sociology 

Civil Engineering 

Electrical Engineering 

Management 

English Writing 

Biology 

Medical Laboratory Science 

MFA Art Education 

Management 

Humanities/Social Science 

Politcal Science 

Medical Laboratory Science 

Accounting 

Psychology 

English Literature 

Civil Engineering 

Sociology 



Susan J. Hennessey 
Moua C. Her 
Zer Her 

Brian D. Herihy 
Ingrid Herrera 
William F. Hester 
Lynne C. Heywood 
Kathleen Hickman 
Sheila R. Higgins 
Jennifer M. Hipolito 
Brian I. Hoeg 
Patrick S. Hogan 
Jennifer M. Holmes 
Maria C. Homen 
Shelley J. Honeycutt 
Christopher R. Hopping 
Walter R. Horak 
Patricia M. Horan 
Kelly A. Houde 
Linda V. Howayeck 
Arthur J. Hurley 
David E. Hyland 
Cara E. Impagliazzo 
Jeffrey T. Jackson 
Seth Jacobson 
Andrew Jaillet 
Michael S. Jarvis 
Joseph P. Johnson 
Steve Johnson 
James J. Johnston 
Michelle C. Jones 
Steven H. Jones 
Gina Jordan 
Daniel P. Joyce 
Rachel M. Jupin 
David R. Kagan 
Anne L. Kamm 
Michelle R. Kasap 
Stephen J. Kavol 
William R. Keane 
Robin P. Keegan 
Martha E. Keezer 
Kevin M. Kelly 
Michelle C. Kelly 
Heather L. Ketcham 
Kenneth W. Ketler 
Tracy L. Kettle 



Management 

Electrical Engineering 

English Literature 

Graphic Design /Letterform 

Psychology 

Mechanical Engineering 

Nursing 

Nursing 

Computer Information Science 

Accounting 

Civil Engineering 

Psychology 

Art Education 

Sociology 

History 

Illustration 

MFA Visual Design 

Marketing 

Nursing 

Sociology 

Finance 

Mechanical Engineering Tech. 

Metals 

Accounting 

English Literature 

Civil Engineering 

Accounting 

Mechanical Engineering Tech. 

Management 

Marketing 

Art History 

Accounting 

History 

Management 

English Writing 

Management 

Painting 

Psychology 

Marketing 

Sociology 

Humanities/Social Science 

MFA Art Education 

Sociology 

MS Psychology 

Human Resource Management 

Electrical Engineering Tech. 

Sociology 

75 



Roger C. Kiessling 
Heide Webber Kilpatrick 
Suzanne E. Kitchen 
David J. Klemer 
Scott C. Kodak 
Laurie J. Kohl 
Kenneth W. Kollet 
Kathleen S. Krisiukenas 
Denise L. Lafreniere 
Chris M. Laighton 
Bryan E. Lambert 
Todd S. Lander 
Freea S. Langevin 
Marc D. Lapointe 
William A. Lapre 
Dawn J. Lavender 
Cynthia M. Lawler 
Jennifer A. Lawrence 
Ross M. Lawrence 
Leann E. LeBlanc 
Lori-Anne LeBlanc 
Chrisitina A. LeClair 
Karen M. Leahy 
Jason R. Labeau 
John S. Leigh 
Ray Allen Leigh 
Christine A. Lentini 
Jeffrey L. Leonard 
Karen L. Leonard 
Lory A. Letourneau 
Paulette A. Letourneau 
Jadine Yat-Yen Leung 
Alison L. Levasseur 
Derek P. Levesque 
April J. Lewis 
Matthew Lewis 
Paul Lindo 
Amy L. Linn 
Lisa M. Loconsolo 
Andrew B. Lodge 
Jonathan B. Loper 
Juanita Lopez-Rose 
David Loranger 
Robert C. Loughlin 
Mark C. Lourenco 
Matthew R. Love 
Michael J. Lovecchio 

76 



Biology 

Nursing 

Sociology 

Textile Technology 

Finance 

English Literature 

Electrical Engineering 

Humanities /Social Science 

Biology 

Electrical Engineering Tech. 

Accounting 

Computer Information Science 

Sociology 

Music 

English Literature 

Multi-Disciplinary Studies 

Accounting 

Sociology 

Management 

Humanities/Social Science 

Spanish 

Visual Design 

Biology 

Mechanical Engineering Tech. 

Mechanical Engineering Tech. 

MS Chemistry 

Psychology 

Civil Engineering 

Textile Design 

Nursing 

Accounting 

Accounting 

Psychology 

Music 

English 

Sociology 

Biology 

MFA Fine Arts 

Nursing 

Business Administration 

Mathematics 

Sociology 

Humanities/Social Science 

Management 

Psychology 

Marketing 

History 



Heidi J. Lufkin 
Chrisitine L. Lunday 
Becky L. Lussier 
Christopher R. Lyons 
Angela MacDonald 
Heather J. MacDonald 
Sean G. MacDonald 
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Civil War in Bosnia 

Civil war continued to rack 
Bosnia-Herzegovina in 1994, 
despite the efforts of a United 
Nations peacekeeping force. 

The conflict, as complicated as it 
was savage, began in 1992 when 
Bosnia's Serbian minority 
rebelled against a decision by 
Yugoslavia's Muslims and Croats 
to secede. After two and a half 
years of fighting, more than 
200,000 people were dead or 
missing. 

The war was notorious for 
"ethnic cleansing" — the 
successful Serbian campaign to 
drive Muslims from northern and 
eastern Bosnia. Of about 2 million 
people uprooted by the war, 
750,000 were non-Serbs from 
those areas. 

Bosnian Serbs had to contend 
with NATO air strikes. Also, 




United Nations sanctions and 
diplomacy appeared to put some 
distance between the Bosnian 
Serbs, who rejected an interna- 
tional peace plan, and their allies 
in Serbian Yugoslavia. 



In October, in recognition of 
increased cooperation from 
Belgrade, the U.N. lifted some of 
the sanctions imposed on 
Yugoslavia. But U.S. Defense 
Secretary William Perry asserted 



that the Bosnian serbs were st 
getting war supplies from the 
fellows across the border. 




O.J. Simpson Case 

O.J. Simpson always lived life on 
camera, first as a football star, 
then as a sportscaster, commer- 
cial pitchman and actor. But 
nothing could have prepared 
him, or his fans, for the role he 
would play in 1994. 

The first reports were surprising 
enough: Simpson was suspected 
in the brutal slashing murder of 
his ex-wife Nicole and her friend, 
Ronald Goldman. 

But it was his arrest that proved 
unforgettable. Instead of turning 
himself in as promised, Simpson 
had a friend drive him on a 
rambling jaunt along southern 
California's freeways. Police cars 



followed behind at a discreet 
distance, heeding a warning 
from Simpson's driver that O 
had a gun. 

As a national television audie te 
watched — virtually all netwrk 
programming was pre-empte 
— Simpson's white Bronco 
moved hypnotically along the 
fabled freeways. Police cars 
followed in formation, and 
crowds formed along over- 
passes. 

Finally the Bronco returned t( 
Simpson's west Los Angeles 
house, where he surrendered 
after nightfall. So began what 
many called the most famous 
murder case in American 
history. 



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Another Handshake of Peace 

Two men who had regarded each 
other with suspicion for six 
decades shook hands on the 
South Lawn of the White House, 
and once again peace in the 
Middle East seemed more than a 
dream. 

A year after he shook the hand of 
Palestine Liberation Organization 
chairman Yasser Arafat, Israeli 
Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin did 
the same with King Hussein of 
Jordan. 

The two nations had been 
enemies since the creation of 
Israel in 1948 following a brief, 



bitter war between Jews and 
Arabs. The war drove thousands 
of Arab Palestinians into Jordan, 
creating a class of refugees and 
deep hatreds on both sides of the 
river Jordan. 

"Out of all the days of my life," 
Hussein said at the White House 
peace ceremony, "I don't believe 
there is one such as this." 

President Clinton, who played 
host as Rabin and Hussein signed 
an agreement, shared their 
optimism. The old enemies, he 
said, "give their people a new 
currency of hope and the chance 
to prosper in a region of peace." 



World Cup 

Brazil's offense got all the 
attention beforehand, but its 
defense wound up stopping Italy 
— and winning the World Cup, 
soccer's ultimate prize. 

Diving to his left, Brazilian 
goalkeeper Claudio Taffarel 
knocked out Daniele Massaro's 
shot in the penalty kick 
tiebreaker to set the stage for 
Brazil's victory. 

"Penalty kicks are a lottery," said 
the goalie. "It doesn't show 
which team is better. You guess 
right, and it looks easy." 

Taffarel was merely the anchor of 
a defense that held Italy scoreless 
for 90 minutes of regulation play 
and 30 in overtime. Ultimately it 
was team defense that gave 
Brazil its fourth world title. 

Taffarel said he wasn't the hero: 
"All eleven players are." 




Brazil's unsung back line, 
hobbled by injuries, came 
through when offensive stars 
Romario and Bebeto couldn't put 



the ball in the net. 

"Defense won the game," Aldair, 
one of the new heroes, said after 



the match. "Maybe this will earn 
Brazilian defenders some 
recognition." It already had. 

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Haiti 

The United States went to the 
brink of invading Haiti, its poor, 
unsettled neighbor to the south. 
But at the last minute Haiti's 
military rulers bowed to the 
United Nations and promised to 
cede power to the duly elected 
president whom they had ousted, 
Jean-Bertrand Aristide. 

Their decision was greeted with 
great relief by the Clinton 
administration, which was 
worried about meager public 
support for an invasion, and 
especially for the casualties it 
might have required. 

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With troop planes in the air and 
flying toward Haiti, three special 
U.S. envoys — former president 
Jimmy Carter, retired General 
Colin Powell, and Senator Sam 
Nunn — struck an eleventh-hour 
deal with General Raoul Cedras 
and colleagues. 

About 21,000 U.S. troops eventu- 
ally landed on the island. They 
were followed by an international 
force charged with keeping the 
peace until Aristide, who had 
been in exile in the U.S., could 
consolidate control. 



Woodstock '94 

It rained. Thousands crashed the 
gates. People with tickets 
couldn't get in or had to wait for 
hours. Portable toilets over- 
flowed. Food occasionally ran 
short. Drugs were everywhere. 

Woodstock '94 looked a lot like 
the original 1969 rock festival — 
right down to the fans, who 
wouldn't have missed it for the 
world. 

Promoters set up distant parking 
lots and shuttle buses for the 
200,000 people who paid $135 
each for tickets — advance sale 
only. But about 350,000 people 
showed up. Many ticket holders 



couldn't find a parking space, 
and some walked up to 12 miles 
to get to the concert. A few gave 
up and went home. 

On stage, Bob Dylan, who did not 
play in 1969, sang "Just Like a 
Woman." Joe Cocker wailed 
"With a Little Help from My 
Friends," just like 25 years ago. 
Melissa Etheridge impersonated 
Janis Joplin, a late veteran of 
Woodstock I, in "Piece of My 
Heart." 

When it was over, the rain- 
drenched and mud-covered 
lumbered home from the sloppy 
fairgrounds looking like the 
walking dead — who died 
smiling. 




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White House Plane Crash 

Frank Corder suffered from 
depression, had a history of drug 
and alcohol abuse, and probably 
was suicidal. But nothing may 
ever explain for sure why the 
Maryland trucker stole a small 
plane near Baltimore and crashed 
it into the White House lawn 
shortly before 2 AM on Septem- 
ber 15, 1994. 

Corder, 38, died in what one 
federal investigator described as 
"a pretty pathetic thing — a final 
act of desperation." 

Neither President Clinton nor his 



wife and daughter were home 
when Corder, flying at treetop 
level, breached restricted air 
space around the White House 
and smashed into a magnolia tree 
on the South Lawn. The single 
engine place came to rest against 
the mansion wall and burst into 
flames. 

Corder had taken antidepressant 
medications, and friends and 
relatives said he was discouraged 
by the recent break-up of his 
marriage and his father's death. 
But they disagreed over whether 
his flight was a publicity stunt or 
a suicide attempt. 




Miss America 1995 

A deaf woman from Alabama 
became the first contestant with a 
disability to win the Miss 
America pageant. 

The 68th Miss America was 21- 
year-old Heather Whitestone. 
After receiving the crown, she 
signed "I love you" amidst 
thunderous applause from the 
audience at the Atlantic City 
Convention Center. 

Her slogan in the competition 
was "Youth Motivation: Any- 
thing Is Possible." She was proof 
enough of that, having lost most 
of her hearing after a reaction 
when she was 18 months old. 

Whitestone became Miss America 
1995 in part through her talent 
routine, a two-and-a-half minute 
ballet performed to music that 
she couldn't hear. Instead, she 
counted the beats in her head and 
synchronized her dance moves to 
reflect changes in pitch. 

Whitestone said she didn't think 




it would be hard for a deaf 
woman to be Miss America. "I 
think I'll do it just fine," said the 
Birmingham native, who reads 
lips but used an interpreter at a 
news conference after her victory. 
"I mean, look at us, we're doing 
just fine." 



Rwanda 

The civil war in Rwanda began 
with a plane crash that killed the 
president. Before the year was 
over, another 500,000 Rwandans 
had been killed and another 2 
million had fled the African 
nation for the relative safety of 
squalid refugee camps in Zaire 
and other neighboring countries. 

President Juvenal Habyarimana 
died in a mysterious plane crash 
on April 6, igniting long- 
simmering tensions between the 
Hutu tribe, which comprises 90 
percent of the population, and 
the Tutsi tribe, which accounts 



for 10 percent. 

A rebel group composed mainly 
of Tutsis had been trying to 
unseat the president, who was 
Hutu. His tribe blamed the Tutsis 
for his death, and Hutu extrem- 
ists began a series of mass 
killings that a United Nations 
panel later characterized as 
genocide — "concerted, planned, 
systematic, and methodical." 

The violence was awful, but it 
was nothing new. The Hutus 
slaughtered thousands of Tutsis 
in uprisings in 1959 and early 
1960s. 










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Spacewalk 



A jet-propelled astronaut 
unhooked his lifelines to the 
Space Shuttle Discovery and flew 
free, 150 miles above Earth. It 
was the first untethered 
spacewalk in 10 years. 

Mark Lee (astronaut in photo) 
was followed by fellow astronaut 
Carl Meade. They had but one jet 
pack between them — it cost $7 
million, after all — and had to 
take turns. 

"This thing works like a champ," 
Lee said as he hovered over 
Discovery's cargo bay, firing the 
pack's 24 tiny nitrogen gas jets 
for propulsion and steering with 
a joystick. 

In the trickiest exercise of the 
seven-hour spacewalk, each 
astronaut propelled himself 
along the length of the shuttle 
arm, which was bent at an angle. 
Then they scooted from the 
shoulder to the elbow, around 
the band, up to the end, and then 
back down again — all without 
using their hands. 




The jet pack was designed to be a 
life preserver for space station 
crews of the future. It weighs just 
83 pounds on Earth, but — like 



everything else — nothing in 
space. 

Before Lee and Meade, only six 



astronauts had walked in space 
without a lifeline to the mother 
ship. 



Supreme Court Justice Breyer 

The nation's 108th Supreme 
Court justice couldn't wait to get 
to work. So Stephen G. Breyer 
was sworn in at a private 
ceremony on August 3, nine days 
before a public ceremony in the 
East Room of the White House. 

Breyer, who said he wanted to 
begin hiring law clerks and 
attending to his paperwork, was 
sworn in first at the Vermont 
summer home of Chief Justice 
William H. Rehnquist. 

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He replaced Justice Harry A. 
Blackmun, whose retirement took 
effect when Breyer took the oaths 
required by the Consitution and 
the federal Judiciary Act of 1789. 

Breyer, a 55-year-old federal 
appeals courts judge from 
Massachusetts, was easily 
confirmed by the Senate. Senators 
from both parties praised his 
qualifications and his integrity, 
and described him as a problem- 
solver who approaches issues 
with an open mind. 




Western Forest Fires 

Tens of thousands of firefighters 
fought a summer-long battle 
against scores of fires that burned 
more than three million acres of 
woodlands across the parched 
Western states. 

So many young people were 
fighting fires in Idaho by late 
August that state colleges 
allowed preregistered students to 
return to classes as much as three 
weeks late. Residents of moun- 
tain homes near Boise were 
routed by a single fire that 
consumed 27,000 acres. 

Flames scorched a range of well- 
known locations, including the 



Jackson Hole ski valley and 
western Wyoming's Grand Teton 
National Park. ' 

The firefighters ranged from 
seasoned pros to raw recruits. In 
California's Sierra Nevada, 
exhausted, dishevelled men and 
women declared victory on 
August 24 over the 46,800 
Cottonwood fire that had burned 
for eight days. 

One Forest Service firefighter 
looked at a bedraggled gathering 
of singed, soot-covered 
firefighters as they took a break 
near Loyalton. The scene, he said, 
looked like "a hippie wedding 
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Cuban Refugees 

They headed north on almost 
anything that would float, 
including rafts made of the 
flimsiest materials: oil drums, 
inner tubes, wooden planks. 

They were Cuba's boat people — 
tens of thousands of people 
desperate to come to the United 
States to escape the poverty and 
hunger of their increasingly 
isolated island Communist 
nation. 

Many did not make it because of 
storms, sinkings or the U.S. Coast 



Guard, which intercepted more 
than 1,000 of the craft in one day 
in early September. 

But the flood of migrants receded 
shortly thereafter. Reversing a 28- 
year-old policy of not granting 
Cubans asylum, the United States 
agreed to admit at least 20,000 a 
year. 

In return, Cuban leader Fidel 
Castro promised to halt the flight 
of boat people. Police gave rafters 
a few days to get their crafts off 
Havan's beaches and made sure 
no new ones were drawn up. 

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Baseball Strike 

The 1994 baseball season ended 
not with a home run or a 
strikeout, but with a conference 
call and a fax. On the 34th day of 
the major league players' strike, 
the team owners cancelled the 
rest of the season, including the 
playoffs and the World Series. 

"This is a sad day," said acting 
commissioner Bud Selig in a fax 



distributed to the news media. 

He got no argument. Not from 
Tony Gwynn of the San Diego 
Padres, who lost his chance to bat 
.400. Not from Matt Williams of 
the San Francisco Giants, who 
lost his shot at Roger Maris's 
home-run record. Not from 
superstars Barry Bonds and Ken 
Griffey, Jr., who lost more salary 
in a day than most Americans 
earn in a year. 



And certainly not from fans, who 
suffered through an autumn 
without a World Series for the 
first time since 1904. 

The season floundered on the 
owners' insistence on capping 
player salaries. The players 
refused to go along and went on 
strike. In a little more than a 
month the season was history. 







Agassi Wins U.S. Open 

Andre Agassi was one of the 
best-known entrants in the 1994 
U.S. Open, but a year of largely 
indifferent tennis had left him 
unseeded and unheralded. 

So everyone was amazed when 
he won the tournament — 
including Agassi. "I'm still in a 
state of shock," he told the crowd 
at the U.S. Tennis Center in New 
York after receiving a check for 
$550,000 and the champion's 
silver trophy. "It's quite amazing 



what I pulled off." 

He did it with relative ease, 
racing through six other oppo- 
nents — four of them seeded — 
before a straight set victory in the 
final over No. 4 seed Michael 
Stich of Germany. 

The champ shared the spotlight 
with his girlfriend, actress Brooke 
Shields, who snapped photos as 
Agassi — his long hair drawn 
back into a ponytail, his ears 
festooned with gold rings — held 
up the trophy for all to see. 




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If rock 'n' roll is here to stay, 1994 
made it clear that Aerosmith is 
too. The band of bad boys from 
Boston proved that heavy metal 
need not rust, taking three 
awards at the 11th annual MTV 
Music Video Awards ceremony 
at Radio City Music Hall in New 
York City. 

Aerosmith, pop icons of three 
decades, collected three prizes for 



their "Cryin"' video — best 
group video, video of the year, 
and viewers' choice award. 

In interviews, the band's mem- 
bers have admitted to having 
mellowed since their wild days 
and nights on the road in the 
1970s and '80s. But Steven Tyler, 
the band's exotic-looking lead 
singer, showed a bit of the old 
spirit at the MTV ceremony: He 
exchanged raunchy jokes with — 
who else? — Madonna. 



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tained and educated UMass students and 
faculty during Cultural Diversity Week from 
October 2-6. 

David Pallone, author of Behind The Mask: 
My Double Life in Baseball, made a repeat 
visit to campus to speak on gay rights and 
homophobia on Sunday evening. On 
Monday night, Ballet of Senegal, a company 
of dancers, acrobats, and musicians presented 
a dramatic array of dances from a variety of 
cultural traditions. Andrew Hacker, author 
of Two Nations: Black & White Separate, 
Hostile, Unequal, spoke on racism on 
Tuesday evening and presented a workshop 
the following morning. On Wednesday night, 
a Creative Night/Coffeehouse for students 
and others to share their own poetry and 
music was held in the Corsairis Cove. 

As a grand finale to the week, the annual 
International Night was held on Thursday 
evening. This special night featured a 

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performance by Fusion ( an innovative group 
of dancers, African drummers, and a story- 
teller with modern multimedia to tell the 
story of the impact African culture has had on 
other cultures; that performance was fol- 
lowed by an array of international desserts in 
the Campus Center. 

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Past, present, and future UMass Dartmouth 
students who attended Homecoming 1994 at 
some point during the busy weekend of 
October 20-23 were rewarded with many 
exciting events. 

On Friday evening, Chancellor Peter H. 
Cressy, student athletes, and members of the 
athletics staff joined with students, alums, 
and friends to cheer teams on to a victorious 
weekend at the homecoming bonfire and pep 
rally. 

Also on Friday night, members of the 94 
Corsairs Hall of Fame were inducted at a 
reception and dinner in the residents dining 
hall. That night RAT also performed in the 

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Campus Center. 

Evidently, the pep rally succeeded as many of 
the Homecoming sports events resulted in 
UMass wins. The football team crushed 
Fitchburg State 42-12. The men's soccer team 
blew out Worcester State 6-0, and the 
women's soccer team defeated Western 
Connecticut State 2-0. The field hockey team 
put forth a valiant effort but fell 2-3 to 
Plymouth State. In less official play, the 
lacrosse team and the hockey team each took 
on the alums in fun but competitive games. 

Also on Saturday, many other familiar events 
delighted Homecoming guests, including the 
Homecoming Tailgating party, the university 



community barbecue, and musical entertain- 
ment by the Funky White Honkies, a group 
formerly known as Figgy, and The Blow- 
Outs, who performed at the Annual Home- 
coming Party. 

On Sunday morning, the 9th annual SHARE 
Walk-a-thon took place and the International 
Business Association held a barbecue at the 
Campus Center West Patio. 

Homecoming Weekend was, as usual, a hit 
with all ages and appeared to succeed in 
bringing many different people together to 
celebrate a common cause. 



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1994-1995 Season.. 

Dancing at Lughnasa 

The Front Page 

Oliver 

The Piano Lesson 

A Flea in Her Ear 

Guys and Dolls 







Director. ..Angus Bailey 

President... Matthew Viera 

Vice-President... Brad Blake 

Press Secretary... Chris Lyndon 

Box Office Manager... Holly Binda 



The Piano Lesson 

The UMass Dartmouth Theater 
Companyis performed August 
Wilsonis Pulitzer Prize winning 
play, The Piano Lesson, on the 
weekend of — . The play revolves 
around how children can best 
build a future for themselves 
while still honoring the struggles 
their parents faced in order to 
provide opportunities for their 
childrensi advancement. Since 
the childrensi family in The Piano 
Lesson were slaves this theme 
took on an extra dimension as the 
1930s, the post-slavery generation 
that must their place while 
continuing to struggle with the 
racial division of America. Paul 
Barnett portrayed the sly and 
comical Wining Boy; David 
Andrews was Doaker; Ravi 
Mallik played Avery, the field- 
hand turned preacher; Crystal 
Howard played the intense and 
fiery Berniece; Uchenna Ikonne 
was gullible Lymon; and An- 
thony Baird played Boy Willie. 








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UMass Dartmouthis Theater 
Company performed the French 
farce, A Flea in Her Ear, on the 
weekend of — . Bradford Blake 
demonstrated his acting adept- 
ness as he played two characters 
of opposite social ranking ( 
Chandebise and Poche. Andrew 
Viera amusingly portrayed 
Camille, Chandebiseis ( — ) 
speech-impeded relative and 
Daniel Olivierais hysterical 
Histangua added to the playis 
comic tension with his crazed 
looks and maniacal musings. 
Chris Lyndon pulled off the 
pretension of Dr. Finache and 
Jacinda Cannon and Erica Piesz 
as Raymonde and Lucienne 
turned in good performances. In 
addition, Chris Robichaud 
created a believable Tournel, and 
Chuck Mckenzie showed spunk 
as the intolerant Feraillon. 



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have your help?" asked veteran Senator Ted 
Kennedy as he wooed the enthusiastic capacity 
crowd that filled the University of Massachu- 
setts Dartmouth Campus Center on Tuesday, 
October 17. 

The Senator visited UMass Dartmouth as part 
of an aggressive campaign that included stops 
in New Bedford and Boston's Faneuil Hall. 
Apparently these public appearances along with 
Kennedy's 32 years of senatorial experience 
paid off as the 62-year old Democrat defeated 
Republican candidate Mitt Romney in one of 
the tighter races Kennedy has faced in his politi- 
cal career. 

Kennedy, who arrived on campus at approxi- 
mately 11:40 a.m., was greeted by an entourage 
that included Chancellor Peter Cressy, Vice 
Chancellor Thomas Mulvey, Dean of Students 
Donald Howard, and members of the Student 
Senate. 

After mingling with UMass Dartmouth repre- 
sentatives in the Board of Trustees Room, the 
Senator greeted the anxious Campus Center 
crowd awaiting his arrival. 

The UMass Dartmouth Student Senate showed 
their support for Kennedy by draping the Cam- 
pus Center with large blue signs emblazoned 

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with white letters declaring, "Ted Kennedy — 
Making a difference in Massachusetts." 

Kennedy spoke passionately on a number of 
topics including his commitment to education, 
the importance of youth in determining public 
policy on issues such as the environment, and 
the economic plight of Massachusetts during 
the Bush /Reagan era. 

"In Massachusetts, we have seen the unem- 
ployment [rate] come down by three points 
[during the Clinton administration]," said 
Kennedy. "We're making some progress. And 
the question is, 'Are we going to continue the 
progress that we made? Are we going to have a 
period of economic growth and stability?'" 

During his speech, which was sometimes inter- 



rupted by thunderous applause, Kennedy, in 
an effort to win students' votes, alluded heavily 
to his commitment to Massachusetts educa-j 
tional programs. According to Kennedy, Rom- 
ney has stated he wants to "abolish the whole 
Department of Education." 

Kennedy reviewed his work on two specific 
programs that impact college students in Mas- 
sachusetts. One program, the Direct Loan Pro- 
gram, is currently available to four colleges in 
the state. However, Kennedy explained that 
Congressional approval of the program would 
"permit all of you [students at 40 Massachusetts 
colleges] that need to borrow money to borrow 
it at the same level [interest rate] that the federal 
government borrows it, and not at the banker's 
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Contingency Repayment Program. According 
to Kennedy, this program, if passed, would 
allow students to "finish up your college, and if 
you're $10,000 or $15,000 in debt and you want 
to be a school teacher and you're only going to 
make $25 or $28, $30K a year, you will be able to 
repay that by providing 5% to 7% of your in- 
come over a period of time. Maybe 10 years, 
maybe 12 years and your debt will have been 
satisfied." 

Besides support from UMass Dartmouth stu- 
dents, administrators, and faculty, Kennedy also 
received public support from Representatives 
Mark Montigny, Barney Frank, Tony Cabral, 
John Quinn, and Thomas Norton, as well as 
from New Bedford Mayor Rosemary Tierney. 

As his speech came to a close, Kennedy glanced 
up at the many students who were hanging 
over the Campus Center's second floor balcony 
in an effort to get a glimpse of the Senator, and 
said, "I need your help, I need your support, I 
need your vote." 

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and the citizens of Massachusetts responded to 
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drew quite a crowd on March 24 at the 
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artwork created by students, faculty, and 
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UMass Dartmouth qualified for 
the NCAA Division III Women's 
Soccer Championship Tourna- 
ment for the third consecutive 
season with a 14-3 record. 
The Corsairs were eliminated in 
the first round by Amherst 
College, 4-2 in overtime. Senior 
tri-captain and goalie Rachael 
Barbarossa closed out her career 
by being named a Second Team 
All America by the National 
Soccer Coaches Association of 
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All New England Division III. 
Teammate Ann Marie Gagnon 
was a Second Team All New 
England Selection and the first 
player in Little East Conference 
History to be named All LEC for 
four seasons. She was received 
the LEC Scholar- Athlete Award. 
Kim Serrecchia joined Barbarossa 
and Gagnon as First Team LEC 

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Dartmouth, Coach Jim Cook led 
the Corsairs to an 11-6 record and 
a second-place tie in the LEC at 4- 
2. For his efforts Cook was 
named Little East Conference 
Coach of the Year. First team LEC 
All Stars were Adelino Jacob and 
Tony Capela. Jacob was also 
named to the All New England 
Division III All Star Third Team. 
UMass Dartmouth finished the 
season with a six-game winning 
streak and with victories in 8 of 
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Ponte, UMass Dartmouth 
finished 1994 with a 19-18 record. 
After a slow start, UMass 
Dartmouth gathered momentum 
to close out the season with a 
winning record. The Corsairs 
won five of their last six matches 
and seven of their last 1 1 over the 
second half of the season. 
The Corsairs' best showing was 
at the Atlantic Union Tourna- 
ment, where UMass Dartmouth 
took second. At the Little East 
Conference Tournament, the 
Corsairs were third, they tied for 
third at Salem State and earned 
fifth place finishes at their own 
UMass Dartmouth Invitational 
and the Hall of Fame Induction 
Tournament. Cheryl Digits 
was one of the Corsairs top 
performers throughout the 
season, earning All Tournament 
honors at the UMass Dartmouth 
Invitational Tournament. 

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ence Coach of the Year Bill 
Kavanaugh led the UMass 
Dartmouth football to its finest 
season in the program's history. 
The Corsairs posted an 8-3 record 
and captured a share of the 
NEFC Conference Champion- 
ship. UMass Dartmouth was 
invited to a post season football 
playoff game for the first time, 
closing out its season on a losing 
note to Union College, 34-14 in 
the ECAC North- West Champi- 
onship Game. 

Six UMass Dartmouth starters 
were named NEFC First Team 
All Stars including Paul Salsinha, 
Bill Casey, Kevin Magnussen, 
John Barbarossa, Jim Santucci 
and Paul Barnett. Casey became 
the first Corsair player to reach 
the 1,000-yard plateau (1.032 
yards, 9 TD's) and led the NEFC 
in total offense with 164.3 yards 
per game. James Chace added 
582 yards and 11 TDs for an 
offense that averaged 265.7 yards 
per game (#14 in NCAA Division 
III). Barnett led the defense with 4 
interceptions and Herb Devine 
scored 3 of the 5 TDs produced 
by the defense. 

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With identical 8-1 victories over 
Eastern Nazarene College and 
Salve Regina, Coach Warren 
Preti's team closed out its season 
with a five-match winning streak 
and an 11-2-1 overall record. 
After taking second place at the 
Little East Conference Tourna- 
ment April 22, the Corsairs 
caught fire, posting a 41-4 record 
in their last 5 matches. 

UMass Dartmouth singles 
players posted a 66-18 record 
(.785 winning percentage) in 
singles and a 28-11 record (.717 
winning percentage) in doubles. 
In singles competition, UMass 
Dartmouth had two players with 
10 wins, Eric Corracio (10-2) and 
John Guilfoy (10-4). The doubles 
team of Nathan Brinker and 
Chris Costa led the Corsairs with 
a 7-2 record, while the team of 
Corrracio-David Kreiss finished 
undefeated at 5-0. Combing 
singles and doubles records, 
Corraccio closed out the season 
with the most victories (16). 

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In addition to his efforts on the 
tennis court (8-3 in singles, 5-0 
doubles), Kreiss has also been 
recognized for outstanding 
academic achievement. A junior 
psychology major and 
Chancellor's List member, Kreiss 
has a 3.9 cumulative grade point 
average and was one of UMass 
Dartmouth ECAC/Robbins 
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tennis team finished the 1994 
season on a roll, winning five of 
their last seven matches to close 
out the season with a 10-5 record. 
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regular season record which 
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and Curry College, Coach 
Warren Preti's Corsairs had a 
strong showing at the annual 
Little East Conference Champion- 
ships. With a total of 10 points, 
UMass Dartmouth trailed only 
first-place Rhode Island College 
which had 11.5 points. 

At the LEC Championships, the 
Corsairs were led by four players 
who earned All Little East 
Conference honors for their 
performances. The Corsairs LEC 
All-Stars were Emily Traubel at 
third singles, and the doubles 
teams of Kristen Moak and 
Traubel (second doubles) and 
Tammy Drew and Lisa Norman 
(third doubles). Traubel closed 
out the 1994 season as the 
Corsairs top singles' player with 
a 10-5 record, followed by Drew 
(9-4) and Moak (8-2). In doubles' 
competition, UMass Dartmouth's 
best combination was Drew and 
Norman (6-1), followed by 
Kirsten Olmstead and Amy 
Kennedy, who had a 5-5 record. 



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first-round ECAC New England 
Region Division III Tournament 
game capped a 10-6-2 season for 
Coach Marilyn Ritz's team. The 
ECAC Tournament berth was 
UMass Dartmouth's third since 
1988, having also been invited in 
1990. Forward Natalia Gioni was 
named to the Regional All 
America Second Team by the 
Division III Field Hockey 
Coaches' Association. 

Midfielder Margy Wintermyer 
was one of two student-athletes 
nominated by UMass Dartmouth 
for the Robbins/ECAC Scholar 
Athlete of the Year Award. She 
was a three time College Field 
Hockey Coaches Association 
Academic All America and a 
UMass Dartmouth Dean's List 
student for 7 consecutive 
semesters. A four year starter for 
the field hockey team 
Wintermeyer had an overall 
grade point average of 3.49. 





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Four individuals and two relay 
teams from UMass Dartmouth 
competed at the Men's New 
England Championships at 
Bowdoin College. Competing in 
three events each were Eric 
Borden (500 Free, 100 Back and 



50 Back) and Kevin Saleeba (50 
Breast, 100 Breast, 200 Breast). 
Erol Moe competed in both the 
100 Free and 50 Free, while Jay 
Munnis swam in the 100 Fly and 
50 Fly. The four swimmers also 
competed as a team in both the 
200 Medley Relay and the 200 
Free Relay. 



For the second consecutive 
season Kirsten Watters earned 
All America honors from the 
National Swimming Coaches 
Association. Watters finished 8th 
(1:55.7) in the 200 Free at the 
NCAA Division III National 
Swimming Championship held at 
Wesleyan University. Watters 
became the first two-time 
swimming and diving All 
American at UMass Dartmouth 
since diver Tom Egan earned 
similar honors in 1991-92. 
Watters also earned All New 
England honors in the 500 free 
and the 100 IM at the New 
England Championships. Watters 
and teammates Kerri Parkinson, 
Julia Saunders teamed up for a 
7th place finsih in the 800 free 
relay. 



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started the season by being 
ranked 7th in Sports Illustrated's 
Division III poll and spent most 
of the season ranked #1 in New 
England. The Corsairs clinched 
its 4th consecutive Little East 
Conference crows with an 11-1 
record and won its 3 straight LEC 
Tournament championship a 
week later. In the LEC's 9 year 
history, UMass Dartmouth has 
won the title 7 times. 

Led by 4-time LEC Coach of the 
Year Brian Baptiste, the Corsairs 
qualified for the Division III 
NCAA Tournament for the 3 
straight year and the 5th in 6 
years. After knocking off Salve 
Regina 177-77 in the first round, 
the Corsairs' 20-game win streak 
and season was halted by a last- 
second victory by Williams 
College, 61-59. Guard Stefan 
Pagios and Aaron Lee grabbed 
most of the post season all star 
honors. Pagios was selected LEC 
Player of the Year for the second 
time, ECAC Division III Player of 

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the Year, NABC First Team All 
North East District, NEBCA Co- 
Player of the Year, Columbus 
Multi-Media Division III First 
Team and All Northeast and 
Honorable Mention Division III 
All America. Lee, a Sporting 
News Preseason Division III All 
America was an LEC and 
Tournament All Star, and was 
named to the ECAC Division III 
and NABC First Team All 
Northeast District. Teammate 
Shawn Bassett's was named an 
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conclusion following a 76-64 
defeat at Plymouth State College 
in the LEC Tournament's first 
round. Seeded-sixth in the 
tournament, UMass Dartmouth 




had to go on the road to Ply- 
mouth State and couldn't battle 
back from a 39-26 halftime 
deficit. Rachael Barbarossa led 
the Corsairs with 16 points, 8 
rebounds, and 3 assists, while 
Nicole Dube added 14 points and 
4 steals. Jennifer Connery was the 
only other Corsair in double 
figures with 10 points and 7 
rebounds. 

UMass Dartmouth closed out its 
regular season with a 7-16 record 
following a 65-58 LEC victory 
over Eastern Connecticut and 
coming within 2 points of 
upsetting LEC champion 
Southern Maine in Gorham, ME 
the their season finale. Against 
Southern Maine, the Corsairs 
jumped out to a 34-29 halftime 
lead before the Huskies re- 
bounded and eventually edged 
UMass Dartmouth by 2 points. 
Joy Swartzendruber had her best 
game of the season, scoring a 
game-high 22 points. 

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clinched its second ECAC North/ 
Central/South Championship in 
three years with a 5-1 victory 
over defending champion 
Fitchburg State College. Goalie 
Kevin Kelly capped a tremen- 
dous 4-year career at UMass 
Dartmouth by being named 
Tournament Game Most Valu- 
able Player. The championship 
game victory , the Corsairs 6th 
since 1983 also extended their 
undefeated streak to 15 games. 
UMass Dartmouth's 24-4 record 
was the most victories in a season 
since 1989. Kelly, a four-year 
starter for UMass Dartmouth was 
also named ECAC Central Player 
of the Year. Forward PJ Schneider 
was chosen to the New England 
Hockey Writers All Star Team 
along with defenseman Rob 
Wilson. Schneider and 
defenseman Roland Demers were 
named ECAC Central First Team 
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Deon Barrett became UMass 
Dartmouth's 11th Division III 
cross country All America 
selection by finishing 24th in the 
NCAA Division III National 
Championship Meet at 
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. During 
his senior season, Barrett placed 
5th at the NCAA Division III 
Regional Championships, won 
the Little East Conference 
championship race for the third 
consecutive year and led his team 
to a 7th consecutive LEC title. 
Ranked as high as 7th in the New 
England Division III poll, the 
Corsairs had 6 runners in the first 
7 places to win the LEC crown. 
LEC All Stars included Jeffrey 
Maloney, Thomas Steele, 
Christopher Elgar, Michael 
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WOMEN'S CROSS COUNTRY 
From a field of 30 teams at the 
NCAA Division III Regional 
Championship, UMass 
Dartmouth finished 13th overall. 
Following an excellent season, 
the women's cross country team 
was informed that they had been 
selected as a team to receive the 
1994-95 NCAA Division III Cross 
Country Coaches' Association's 
Women's Academic All America 
Award for achieving d an overall 
grade point average of 3.409. The 
Corsairs placed 3rd overall at the 
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Co-captain Michelle Doane 
qualified for the ECAC Meet with 
a 5th place finish (2:24.3) in the 
800 meters at the New England 
Division III Championships at 
Bates College. UMass 
Dartmouth's Stacey Paquette 
took 4th in the long jump at the 
NE Division III meet (16-7 3/4) 
and co-captain Stephanie 



Anderson was 6th (16-1). In the 
4x200 Relay, the team of 
Paquette, Erin Benoit, Ann Jones 
and Anderson finished 6th with a 
time of 1:55.16. 

MEN'S INDOOR TRACK 
At the Men's New England 
Division III Championships held 
at MIT in Cambridge, MA, the 
Corsairs' Distance Medley team 



of Rob Petersen, Anthony 
Longabard, Eriks Licis and 
Chris Elgar finished 6th 
with a time of 10:54.1. 



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Coach Marilyn Ritz's team came 
within two games of successfully 
defending its 1994 EC AC North 
Softball championship, closing 
out the 1995 season with a 
tremendous effort in the ECAC 
North tournament. UMass 
Dartmouth made it to the 
tournament finals against host 
Tufts University before losing 5-4 
in 8 innings. 

Senior Jen Pfister capped her 
career at UMass Dartmouth with 
a tremendous season. Pfister 
pitched in all five ECAC tourna- 
ment games, earning 3 wins 
against 2 losses to close out the 
season with a 17-10 won-loss 
record. She was also the Corsairs' 
top hitter with a .404 batting 
average and led UMass 
Dartmouth in hits (44), doubles 
(12), home runs (3), total bases 
(65), sacrifices (8) and slugging 
percentage (.596). UMass 
Dartmouth had six regulars 
finish the season with batting 
averages above .300. Kelly Roy 
was second at .392 and led the 
team with 30 RBI, 24 walks and 
an on-base percentage of .500. 
Kim Otis was third, hitting g .361 
( 8-0 pitching record and a 1.83 
ERA), plus Jill Cross (.342), 
Christine Fletcher, (.321) and 
Kerri Parkinson (.305). 



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There were plenty of new faces 
on the Corsairs' roster this year 
and many of them stepped in and 
made significant contributions 
throughout the season. One of 
the biggest surprises was the play 
of first-year player infielder John 
Connole. Selected to the 1995 
New England Intercollegiate 
Baseball Association's NCAA 
Division III All-New England 
Second Team at second base, 
Connole led the Corsairs with a 
.408 batting average (team- 
leading 40 hits in 98 at bats), and 
led the Corsairs in singles (30), 
home runs (3), total bases (56), 
slugging percentage (.571) and 
on-base percentage (.504). 
Outfielder Mike O'Leary was 
UMass Dartmouth's next best 
hitter with a .320 batting average 
and a team-leading 14 stolen 
bases and 22 runs batted in. 
Frank Sniezek posted a .316 
batting average and a team-high 
9 doubles. 

Derek Duclos was the workhorse 
on the mound, appearing in 17 
games with a 5-5 record, 1 save 
and an earned run average of 
4.98. Chris Daniels led the staff in 
innings pitched (60.7) and posted 
the lowest ERA at 2.82. Four 
pitchers had 2 wins each includ- 
ing Daniels (2-1), Pereira (2-1, 
14.10 ERA), Ryan Pinto (2-1, 5.52 
ERA and team-high 27 strikeouts) 
and Sean Donovan (2-1, 3.94 
ERA). 

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To the Class of 1995, 

Around the time that the picture below was taken, my endorphin pumped friend 
and colleague Deon Barrett was completing the 1 994 Yearbook all alone, now 
I know what he went through. 

We hope we have given you the best Yearbook possible, and worthy of a 
centennial year. We hope you enjoy each and every page in the hopes that it will 
be part of an everlasting memory of your time spent at UMass Dartmouth. 



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Many people gave their input, advice and guidance into the making of 
this book, but no one more than my photo editor, Sabine Selvais. She 
is one of the most brilliant and talented photo editors to come through 
the Yearbook office in my 5+ years at this University. She gave her heart 
and soul into her tasks and responsibilities, and this book couldn't have 
been possible without her. Thanks Sabine! 

I would also like to thank a few more people for their help and direction 
in the creative process of producing this Yearbook... 
Dean Howard, Dean Susan Costa, Norval Garnett, Julie Conforti, Jim 
Mullens, Tina Bruen, Maeve Hickock, Chris Kaylor, Wayne Sutton, 
Chestnut Hill Studios, Rob Gonsalves, Holly Binda, Jacinda Cannon, Jill 
Peavey, Tom Correia, Mike Mahoney, MEB, Beverly Drayton, and all 
the fine people at Jostens. Without these people and many more this 
book wouldn't have been possible. 



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Last but not least, to my friends and graduating seniors. . .take care of 
yourselves. I will miss you all, but not forget the wonderful memories. 
Set your goals high and you will achieve greatness, but don't forget to 
enjoy life for all you can. Good luck to you all in your endeavors... 

See you at homecoming! 

Kevin Gawthrope, Editor-in-Chief (so there you have it... peace.) 



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To the Class of '95, 

As the photo editor of the yearbook I was in many ways the recorder of the '94-'95 college 
year. So I hope that these pictures spark memories of this special year for every graduate. 

I could not have photographed everything without the help of many people. Thanks go to: 
my assistant Vic, Amy Valente, Ann D'Amagio, Ken Audette, Christine Lowrie, Luke Anti, 
Matt Piccone, the rest of my Torch staff, and everyone who submitted candids. Special 
thanks go to: Jo Geoffroy, Paul and the rest of the Chestnut Hill Studio staff, Mary Elizabeth 
Butler, Bill Gathright and Maeve Hickock. 

Also I would not have had as much strength this year without the support and love of some 
very special people... my family, my best friend Karen, and my beloved Christian. Thank you. 



So enjoy the book Class of '95! This was Your year! 
Sabine Selvais, Photo Editor 

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970 Tucker Rd. 
North Dartmouth, MA 02747 




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Fall River. MA 02723-0403 

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Fall River, MA 02724 



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new bedford, mass. 02740 

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New Bedford. MA 02745 

508-998-2050 

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764 Hathaway Road 

New Bedford, MA 02740 

508-992-7944 

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New Bedford, MA 02740 Families 




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Fairhaven, Massachusetts 
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798 Plymouth Avenue 
Fall River, MA 02722 



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FALL RIVER, MA 02721 



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TAKEOUT ORDERS 

576 STATE ROAD (RT. 6) WESTPORT, MASS. 



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FALL RIVER, MA 02722-1389 
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Fairhaven. MA 02719 
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Fall River, MA 02721 
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Ricardo's Towing 

24 Hour Towing & Recovering Service 
Statewide & Heavy Duty Towing 

Complete Auto Repairing 
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Certified Chiropractic Sports Physidan 

527 Slocum Rd., N. Dartmouth 

829 Main Rd., Westport 

993-3446 636-5101 


Supreme Coffee & Donuts 

1 02 Rockdale Ave. 

New Bedford, MA 02740 

997-9324 


Pearle Vision Center 

James S. Neher, Franchisee 

341 State Rd. 

North Dartmouth, MA 02747 

997-6591 


Silva Pharmacy 

133 County St. 

New Bedford, MA 02744 

992-4741 


Murphy Automatic Sales 

500 Slocum Rd. 

North Dartmouth, MA 02747 

999-2027 


G & K Industries 

P.O. Box 14 

Somerset, MA 02726 

676-3838 


Sid Wainer & Son, Inc. 

2301 Purchase St. 

New Bedford, MA 02746 

999-6408 


General Supply & Metals Inc. 

47 Nauset Street 

New Bedford, MA 02746 

999-6257 


Renee Raymondo 

Insurance Agency, Inc. 

267 Durfee Street 

Fall River, MA 02720 

676-0515 


Meineke Discount Mufflers 

American & Foreign Car Specialists 

1451 South Main St. 

Fall River, MA 02724 

676-3023 


Somerset Fence Co. 

28 Quequechan St. 

Fall River, MA 02723 

Len Torchia, Proprietor 

679-1272 


Bourassa Hardware 

1837 Acushnet Avenue 

New Bedford, MA 02746 

995-6366 


Castello Real Estate 

1815 Acushnet Ave., New Bedford 

701 Dartmouth St., So. Dartmouth 

995-6291 997-3459 


Danny's Auto Body, Inc. 

24 Hour Towing 

223 Kempton Street 

New Bedford, MA 02740 

996-8451 


Alfonso's Bakery 

233 Stafford Rd. 

Fall River, MA 02721 

675-0030 


G & L Construction Co., Inc. 

150 Purchase St. 

fall River, MA 02720 

674-9886 


Best Wishes 

BEAUMONT SIGNS 

Complete Sign Service 

200 North St. 

New Bedford, MA 02740 


Perry Funeral Home, Inc. 

1 1 1 Dartmouth St. 

New Bedford, MA 02740 

993-2921 


ABC Disposal Service 

P.O. Box 50540 
New Bedford, MA 02745 
995-0544 800-310-9111 


Bradshaw Insurance Inc. 

767 Main Rd., Westport, MA 

40 Faunce Corner Rd., N. Dartmouth 

993-0094 636-801 1 


Fall River Gas Co. 

155 N. Main St. 

Fall River, MA 02720 

675-7811 


A. William Mercier jr., D.D.S. 

643 Dartmouth St. 

South Dartmouth, MA 02748 

994-5278 


Colony Cablevision 

630 Mt. Pleasant St. 

New Bedford, MA 02745 

998-8888 


Michael J. Scully 

Certified Public Accountant 

53 Alden Road 

FAirhaven, MA 02719 

994-4800 


Westport Travel Agency 

"Welcome To Our World" 

764 Main Rd. 

Westport, MA 02790 

636-4048 


Ocean Grove Sunoco Inc. 

ULTRA SERVICE CENTER 

374 Wilbur Ave. 

Swansea, MA 02777 

672-8948 


Claremont Management Corp. 

Connie Tavares, Property Mgr. 

1959 Purchase St. 

New Bedford, MA 02740 

997-5484 


Precision Propellor Service 

Fairhaven Shipyard 

50 Fort St. 

Fairhaven, MA 02719 

997-3538 800-427-3538 


Carmino Arena 

Mason & Tile Contractor 

41 Weaver St. 

New Bedford, Ma 02740 

996-0150 


China Royal 

Family Restaurant & Lounges 

542 Pleasant St. 

Fall River, MA 02721 

674-2310 675-1511 


Mee Hong Restaurant 

1 20 Cove St. 

New Bedford, MA 02744 

992-8541 



STAR PLATE & WINDOW GLASS 

1625 Acushnet Ave., New Bedford, 995-0166 

TOWN LIQUORS 

511 State Rd., North Dartmouth, 997-5267 

REX MONUMENTAL WORKS — "704 Years" 

1505 Stafford Rd., Fall River, 675-7231 

STAN & PAUL'S ATLANTIC APPLIANCE SERVICE, INC. 

215 State Rd., North Dartmouth, 994-4311 

PRIDE CUSTOM INTERIORS 

48 State Rd., North Dartmouth, 993-7977 

OLIVIER & SONS 

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

WESTPORT MARKET 

291 American Legion Highway, Westport, 636-5252 

LOU KALIFE'S BUILDING PRODUCTS, INC 

4 Fish Island, New Bedford, 994-4444 

FERNANDES, FRAZE & FINNERTY LAW OFFICES 

New Bedford 997-3375 / Fall River 675-1104 

SUNRISE BAKERY & COFFEE SHOP 

So. Dartmouth 992-3475 / New Bedford 997-6570 

ALPHAGRAPHICS - Printshops of the Future 

827 Rockdale Avenue, New Bedford, 991-2121 

DARTMOUTH GIFTS & ENGRAVING 

22 Center Street, South Dartmouth, 997-1936 

PECKHAM AUTO BODY OF NEW BEDFORD, INC. 

367 Dartmouth St., New Bedford, 993-0093 

JOHN J. McGONIGLE, M.D. 

345 Union St., New Bedford, 993-0900 

ADVANCE AIR & HEAT CO., INC. 

177 Bullock Rd., East Freetown, 992-2870 

NORBUT MANUFACTURING CO., INC. 

56 Eleventh St., P.O. Box 1949, Fall River, 678-5159 

FREDS CUSTOM AUTO ACCESSORIES 

131 Hadley St., New Bedford, 995-0565 

NORTHEAST DESIGN BUILD ASSOCIATES 

56 main St., Fairhaven, 993-2642 

FAIRHAVEN LUMBER CO. 

120 Alden Rd., Fairhaven, 993-2611 

FIRE SYSTEMS INC. 

Sales, Engineering, Service — 999-4444 



FABRIC & CRAFT — PIECE GOODS SHOP 

35 Faunce Corner Rd., North Dartmouth, 992-8392 

MANUEL ROGERS & SONS FUNERAL HOME INC. 

1521 North Main St., Fall River, 672-3101 

SMITH OFFICE EQUIPMENT 

191 Bedford St., Fall River, 679-2323 / Rl, 401-683-1568 

GEORGE KIRBY JR. PAINT CO. 

163 Mt. Vernon St., New Bedford, 997-9008 

G LASER AUTO GLASS CO. 

1265 Purchase St., New Bedford, 999-6497 

ASSOCIATED PRINTERS . 

124 Sconticut Neck Rd., Fairhaven, 994-8327 

VENTURA'S PHARMACY 

699 Bedford St., Fall River, 674-4659 

A.B. SENNA BOOKKEEPING SERVICES 

127 Chestnut St., New Bedford, 997-4400 

NARRANGANSETT CASH REGISTER 

1622 Pleasant St., Fall River, 676-1705 

LONG & PARENT INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 

722 Eastern Ave., Fall River, 672-1132 

ERNIE ROSS JEWELERS 

92 State Rd., North Dartmouth, 992-3933 

HALLMARK NURSING AND REHABILITATION CENTER 

1123 Rockdale Ave., New Bedford, 997-7448 

DOWN UNDER RESTAURANT 

91 Purchase St., Fall River, 672-6951 

SILVER EAGLE — Fine Writing Instruments 

617 Airport Rd., Fall River, 679-5282 

CORDEIRO'S FISH MARKET, INC. 

60 Madeira Ave., New Bedford, 992-6519 

MVM MECHANICAL CONTRACTORS, INC. 

P.O. Box 108, Acushnet, 998-3031 

SMITH MILLS MOBIL MART — J.E. OLIVEIRA 

285 State Rd., North Dartmouth, 996-9338 

GENDREAU MOVING TRUCKING RIGGING CO., INC. 

Office & Terminal, 158 17th St., Fall River, 673-5878 

PAUL & DIXON INSURANCE 

388 County St., New Bedford, 996-8593 

ILHA VERDE SPORTS CLUB 

1660 North Main St., Fall River, 673-5432 



PURITY SERVICE 

405 Myrtle St., New Bedford, 993-0473 

FLOR & SON 

641 Dartmouth, South Dartmouth, 994-2914 

ROCKDALE GETTY 

835 Rockdale Ave, New Bedford, 999-9439 

SYMPHONY MUSIC SHOP 

94 State Rd., North Dartmouth, 996-3301 

LACAVA BROS., INC. AUTO SUPPLY 

1262 Bedford Sst., Fall River, 676-1951 

DUKE'S BAKERY 

162 Columbia St., Fall River, 673-2172 

RAYMOND BOTELHO LANDSCAPING 

78 Gidley Town Rd., North Dartmouth, 636-6222 

WESTPORT APOTHECARY INC. 

784 Main Rd., Westport, 636-5957 

EDWARD I. PETTI NE, CPA, INC. 

10 North Main St., Fall River, 675-255214 

HORACIO FURTADO LANDSCAPING 

202 Plymouth St., New Bedford, 996-6677 

CAPE QUALITY SEAFOOD 

8 Hassey St., New Bedford, 999-4447 

STAR TAXI 

121 Ashley Blvd., New Bedford, 996-3393 

AMERICAN DRYER CORP. 

88 Currant Rd., Fall River, 678-9000 

NEWBERRY DISCOUNT TV. & APPLIANCE 

410 Main St., Fairhaven, 997-0074 

JOSEPH S. CALLAHAN 

10 Purchase St., Fall River, 676-8543 

ESPIRITO SANTO FEDERAL CREDIT UNION 

1645 Pleasant St., Fall River, 672-8592 

McGOVERN'S FAMILY RESTAURANT 

310 Shove St., Fall River, 679-5010 

CHARLES V. CARROLL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 

117 Hood St., Fall River, 675-8235 

IMPRESSIONS HAIR DESIGNERS 

331 State Rd., North Dartmouth, 990-1992 

NEWPORT CREAMERY 

1071 Kempton St., New Bedford, 997-8383 



COMPLIMENTS TO GRADUATE EDWARD PICARD 

Atty. & Mrs. Raymond V. Picard 

DEMELO'S AUTO SALES 

20 Grandfield St., New Bedford, 992-8678 

JOHN'S COUNTRY KITCHEN 

851 Mt. Pleasant St., New Bedford, 995-3638 

BAKER TRACTOR CORP. 

2283 G.A.R. Hwy. / Rte. 6, Swansea, 379-3673 

C & C APPLIANCE SERVICE 

46 Wing St., New Bedford, 999-2533 

MONIZ INSURANCE & REAL ESTATE 

268 County St., New Bedford, 990-1688 

DES CONTROLS, INC. 

45 Hunter St., New Bedford, 999-6155 

KENNEDY COIFFURES 

296 Chase Rd., N. Dartmouth, 993-6526 

JACKSON COMPANY, INC. 

767 Airport Rd., Airport Ind. Park, Fall River 679-5256 

V & S SEWING EQUIPMENT COMPANY 

115 Anawan St., Fall River, 674-3571 

SHORTCUTS HAIR DESIGNERS 

634 State Rd., North Dartmouth, 990-1800 

ACOREANA MFG. & PACKAGE STORE, INC. 

210 Alden St., Fall River, 678-2098 

UNI CON FLOOR COVERING 

2137 A South Main St., Fall River, 675-3974 

CHARLES S. ASHLEY & SONS 

11 N. Sixth Street, New Bedford, 997-9411 

THE HOMESTEAD — Boarding Home for the Elderly 

550 County St., New Bedford, 994-1287 

BRUNO'S BUSINESS SUPPLY, INC. 

1913 Purchase St., New Bedford, 999-6300 

ACUSHNET MANUFACTURED HOMES 

922 Middle Road, Acushnet, 763-2128 

FAMILY DENTAL CARE - D.BA Robert Turton, D.D.S. 

84 Spring St., New Bedford, 993-9947 

MARGIE'S HOUSE of BEAUTY 

52 Niagara St., Fall River, 678-9211 

BRISTOL COUNTY BLUEPRINT CO. 

98 Spring St., New Bedford, 993-4770 



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