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University of 
Massachusetts Dartmouth 







18 9 5-1995 
KNOWLEDGE 



C E -N T E N N I A L 

UNIVERSITY 

O F 

MASSACHUSETTS 

DARTMOUTH 




University of Massachusetts Dartmouth 



Scrimshaw 1996 



The Yearbook Staff wishes to thank 





Anne Marie Naughton 


Co-Editor in Chief/ Business Manager 






Joyce Davis 


Co-Editor in Chief / Business Manager 






Catherine Nyquist 


Layout Editor 






Laura Stout 


Assistant Layout Editor/ Photography 






Julie Conforti 


Copy Editor 






Chandra Keyser 


Assistant Copy Editor 






Jen Sanchez 


Photography Editor 






David Olsen 


Assistant Photography Editor 






Mary Walsh 


Layout Staff 


Contributing Writers 




Mary-Elizabeth Butler 




Lisa Angelo 




Deon Barrett 




Wendy N. Baker 




Brad Blake 




MB Bride 




Gina Cacovia 




Joyce Davis 




Campus Design 




Joe Gouveia 




Robert Dowd 




Jim Mullens 




Chestnut Hill Studios 




Anne Marie Naughton 




Kevin Gawthrope 




Laura Stout 




Joe Geffroy 




Joshua Thrope 




Meave Hickock 




Thomas Puryear 




Jostens 








Chris Kaylor 
Donna Moore 
Jim Mullens 
Student Fees and 
Allocations Committee 
The Torch 




Special Thanks 

Barbara Costa 
Norval Garnett 
Dean Donald Howard 




Karen Holland 








Sabrina Murphy 








UMass AV Department 








Manny Pereira 








Dietmar Winkler 









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Introduction 


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Dedication 


8 






Administration 


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Faculty 


22 




Seniors 


28 




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Candids 


75 






World Events 


90 






Clubs & Organizations 


96 






Athletics 


106 








Campus Events 


124 








Candids 


153 








Graduation Week 


176 











UMass Dartmouth; The Rudolph Campus 



UMass Dartmouth is a university born in the 
sixties. It's university status and organizational 
style were formed between the founding 
of SMTI in 1960 and the creation of SMU in 
1969. A visiting architectural historian would 
reach the same conclusion: this building 
complex, despite, its recent classroom 
additions, could have been designed in 
no other decade. When our visiting historian 
approaches campus, he senses that he 
is stepping back into the past. It is as if he 
is seeing some misplaced space station 
stuck in a time-warp: the year is 1966. 

In that year, Paul Rudolph, then Chairman 
of the School of Art and Architecture 
at Yale University and a well-known and 
outspoken architect of national stature, 
oversaw the completion of the first phase 
of his master plan for Southeastern 
Massachusetts Technological Institute. 



He would later, in a talk delivered in 1979, 
compared this campus design with such 
archetypal urban plans as Sienna, Italy. The 
compelling integrity of its medieval town 
square is caused by the tower of the 
Palazzo Pubblico which throws an invisible 
enveloping canopy over the entire space 
below. The tower organizes and controls the 
focus of the streets which empty into the 
square. In the same way, he insists, the SMTI 
campus is controlled by the campanile around 
which the corridor between Group 1 and 
Group 2 pivots on its way to the pond below. 
Its greenspace is carefully, systematically, 
removed from service accesses. This, Rudolph 
declares, is nothing less than the prototype 
for town planning of the future. 



1895 



1905 



August 1, 1895 

Election of New Bedford 
Textile School Board of 
Trustees. 

October 14, 1899 

New Bedford Textile School 
dedicated. 

March 3, 1904 

Bradford-Durfee Textile 
School in Fall River dedicated. 




This is quite an ambitious role for a jumble 
of cement columns and overhanging ledges 
we often see as the unavoidable reminder 
of our collective discomfort. Why should these 
buildings, which to some are invested 
with the sensitivity of a Devil's Island Mess 
Hall, warrant such notoriety? 

Ada Louise Huxtable, architectural critic for 
the New York Times, has observed that 
architectural styles flash by our consciousness 
with the rapidity of changes in hemlines 
in the fashion world. Fashion in building has 
gone from the Brutalism of the sixties, to 
the high-tech reflective skin of the seventies, 
to today's idiosyncratic "Post-Modernism." 
The avant-garde makes its statement, and, 
having left its most visible mark, moves 
on. It is difficult, she says, to dump an un- 
wanted building in a flea market. It 
is with us. UMD, we find, is part of the 
evident remains of Brutalism, an architec- 
tural style characterized by rough, 
even threatening, surfaces on buildings 
made of unadormed cement. It is 
the architect's primal scream. 




1918 

NBTS and Bradford-Durfee 
become state-run schools. 



December 1, 1919 

NBTS makes $50,000 
addition to school. 



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November 4, 1934 

Women admitted to NBTS. 



1945 



Paul Rudolph's most impressive building 
complex remains the UMD campus. Its plan 
and its "look" have influenced dozens of 
university buildings since its initial design in 
1 963. These imitators declare at once the 
appropriateness of our campus to communal 
design, and by their thin packaging, the 
poverty of imitation by the unimaginative. 
What was Rudolph trying to do here 
that makes UMD a topic of discussion in the 
ninities, that generates such imitation, and 
at the same time, makes the " look " of UMD 
so indisputably of the sixties? 

What makes this place a current topic 
of discussion is the undeniable "here-ness" 
of UMD. Upon arriving on campus, one feels 
that this is a place unlike any other. A com- 
pleteness is felt. UMD is total. From any single 
angle its silhouette changes, yet it remains 
the same place. Its "look" is inescapable. This, 
of course, can also be discomforting. 
But authors, egged on by some scholarly 



compulsion to write about UMD have seen 
the drama present here. In 1970, the giant, 
three story interior spaces which so domi- 
nate our memory of every building were 
called "spiralling malls" or "sky lobbies" by 
Sibyl Moholy-Nagy, Rudolph's biographer. 
She noted the thrusting horizontals which 
dramatically violate the plate glass and 
seem to open every space to the outdoors. 
This, she said, is a constant reminder 
of Rudolph's vision of a building which 
intentionally contrasts "the vast void 
of the open landscape and the measured 
ratios of instructional spaces." UMD is" 
a centifugal environment maker" and 
the place where Rudolph's work achieves 
"harmonious totality." 

This is strong stuff for a school whose 
heating system never seems to 
correspond to the seasons and whose 
narrow and sometimes dark corridors 
exude the heavy air of cement blocks. 
And this is said about these same 
interior spaces which so often draw 
our criticism. What of the exterior? 



January 23, 1948 

$5.1 million Bradford 
Durfee expansion an- 
nounced. 



October 29, 1948 

Admission of foreign students 
to Bradford Durfee. 



1955 




First, the circular plan of the campus and 
its parking lot mounds lend a touch 
of Stonehengian fundamentality. We are 
reminded in our approach that Rudolph 
doesn't really like to have automobiles 
intrude upon a non-mechanistic 
environment. Another author, Robert 
Spade, writing in 1971, suggests "the 
pedestrian status of the campus 
center is... the only means of controlling 
rapid growth." Despite the Brutalist 
simplicity of materials and means, he 
is telling us the campus is intended 
to remain exclusively an environment for 
humans, no matter how large it gets. 
This oddly contradictory statement hits 
home to those of us who ihabit this place. 
We are, at various times, struck by 
the harshness of our surroundings, the 
uncompromising severity of the surfaces, 
and at other times compelled to admire 
a set of buildings which when seen 
by night or in the dramatic light of sunset 
becomes a sculptural statement in its 
most heroic form. 



March 10, 1960 

Discussion to merge NBTS 
and Bradford-Durfee into 
Southeastern Massachusetts 
Technical Institute. 

November 4, 1963 

Model of Southeastern 
Massachusetts Techni- 
cal Institute campus 
unveiled. 




July 5, 1966 

SMTI dedicated 



The view between Group 1 and Group 2 
is inviting, the campanile a focal point. 
As one slowly navigates the ring road, one 
instinctively knows the master plan: a 
circle, cut by an axis between buildings 
and anchored at a pivotal point by 
a tower. It is simple, yet lacks the stiff 
symmetry and repetition of forms 
which would cause boredom. Just such 
immediate comprehension of the organiz- 
ing principle of an architectural space is 
what the ancient Greeks desired in 
their buildings. This is the stuff by which 
human reason, instinctively stimulated 
and confirmed, is determined. Do we 
confront here architecture systematically 
allied with our own innate humanity? 



Dean of Men, 1966 
Donald C. Howard 



July 12, 1966 

First Commencement 
at new North 
Dartmouth campus. 



June 8, 1969 

SMTI becomes 
Southeastern 
Masschusetts 
University. 



Perhaps that is too much to swallow. But 
this is the contradiction we all feel. We 
are challenged by the innate logic of our 
surroundings, which is something we 
instinctively admire. Some would say that 
we even find beauty in this system of 
order once it ts recognized. At the same 
time, we see the highly structured 
classroom spaces (frozen chairs for frozen 
stares?), the day-to-day dreariness of 
the cement surface, and we despair 
at the challenge to our sense of comfort 
which it represents. We are often 
glad we are transients here and we 
"live" elsewhere. 




The images each of us associates with 
the buildings to which we are so closely 
related are not always so harsh. 
Nor are they so often charged with lofty 
reminders that we are standing in 
the mainstream of modern architectural 
history. Whatever our feelings about 
UMD, its buildings cannot be ignored and 
one cannot but be aware of the complex 
responses generated by them. So Paul 
Rudolph has succeeded, for he once said, 
"a school building that does not provide 
for its students conceptual images 
unknown to the human majority, sells the 
future of society short of its 
environmental aspirations. "To this, 
our collective criticism stands witness. 

- Thomas Puryear 

Professor of Art History, UMD 





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January 23, 1975 

Board of Trustees 
endorsed plans for 
master's degree 
programs in business 
administration and 
medical technology. 



May 6, 1978 

Dedication ceremonies 
were held for the new 
Vietnam Veterans 
Peace Memorial 
Ampitheater. 



May 4, 1985 

Inauguration of Dr. John 
R. Brazil, the school's 
4th and youngest 
president. 



Centennial Logo 




CENTENNIAL 

UNIVERSITY 
O F 

MASSACHUSETTS 
DARTMOUTH 



The initial inspirartion for this Centennial Logo was the 
chambered nautilis shell. The marine environment connection 
is obvious, but the graceful, expanding curves also suggest 
the Euclidean accuracy of math and the language of proportion 
in music and art - all relevent to the university and 
its continuing development. 

The shape also reveals-other meanings, such as the cornucopia, 
a horn of plenty, an ancient symbol of abundance. This 
relates nicely to the UMass Dartmouth mission to develop 
and disseminate knowledge. 

As initial drafts emerged from the designer's computer showing 
many different ways to incorporate the same symbol in a 
practical logo, it became obvious that the shape also reflected 
the architectural plan for the campus as seen from above. 

The final design is a visual interpretation of all these thoughts 
in a sweeping format that incorporates the Centennial slogan 
and suggests a continuing outreach to the community. 



July 7, 1988 


August 31, 1991 


1991 


November 28,1995 


June 2, 1996 


Swain School of Design, 


SMU becomes part 


Spinwinder erected. 


William M. Bulger 


30th commencement 


New Bedford merges 


of the state university 


Sculpture symbolizes 


was announced as the 


on the North 


with SMU expanding 


system; now called 


the university's 


new president of the 


Dartmouth campus. 


Art Program. 


the University 
of Massachusetts 
Dartmouth. 


industrial and textile 
industry. 


University of Massachusetts. 





Dedication 



A definition of the word beautiful... 
To the current and prevailing generation 
the word beautiful refers not to a 
person's exterior features but, rather, to 
those interior qualities which in total 
add up to an individual of warmth and 
worth, of heart and soul. 

The University of Massachusetts 
Dartmouth Yearbook Staff is proud to 
dedicate this book to one beautiful 
woman. ..Virginia P. Hadley. A recipient 
of the Distinguished Service to 
University Award in 1996 at the Gradua- 
tion-Honors Recognition Dinner, her 
award went as such: 

The official title is Director of Counseling, 
but she has been so many splendid 
things to so many lucky people at this 
institution that no title could encompass 
them all. Students and colleagues 
alike have relied on her empathy, percep- 
tive genius, coping skills, and gift for 
giving to see them through their times of 
trouble or confusion. 

During a quarter century at UMD, she has 
made lasting and substantial contribu- 
tions at all levels of collegiate life. For 
example, she developed the first two day 
orientation program, initiated and 
provided ongoing support for an organi- 



zation for adult reentry students, 
consulted in the development 
of a comprehensive training program 
for Resident Assistants, and 
initiated the planning of an alcohol 
awareness program with the 
Residence Life Staff. She has always 
made presents of time and self 
to the people she has encountered 
along the way. 

As she nourished her student clients, 
she also nutured her staff, encouraging 
them to follow her creative lead in 
developing new avenues for reaching out 
to students and new ways of meeting 
their needs. Along with her staff, she has 
fostered an atmosphere of warmth, 
support, mutual respect, and openess 
which students have perceived as client- 
friendly and which has drawn them 
in even larger numbers through the years. 

No one can duplicate the rare blend of 
honesty and sensitivity, wisdom and 
warmth, balance and effervescence that 
makes her who she is, the singular 
individual who has so often rescued and 
resusitated us when we have tussled 
with life, who has helped us to our feet, 
who has pointed the way home. 



The Student Counseling Center is the 
heart of the University Student 
Services and she has been the heart of 
the Center. The university community will 
lose something irreplaceable when 
we lose her lively and accessible grace,but 
we were blessed to have known it 
during our time here. 

Because the students and her colleagues 
have never doubted that she has 
treasured the richness of her relationships 
with them, and because we certainly 
have treasured our relationship with her. 
We the Yearbook Staff and the 
Senior Class of the University of Massa- 
chusetts Dartmouth pay tribute to 
Virginia P. Hadley. 




In Loving Memory of Melanie Rose Walker 

Born on April 8, 1974 killed by a drunk driver March 4, 1995 

Melanie Rose 

Melanie Rose 

Young baby filled with dreams 

Here she is 

Where is she going 

Melanie Rose 

Melanie Rose 

Little girl filled with dreams 

Here she is 

Where is she going 

Melanie Rose 

Melanie Rose 

Little Lady filled with dreams 

Here she is 

Where is she going 

Melanie Rose 

Melanie Rose 

Young woman filled with dreams 

Here she is 

Where is she going 

Melanie Rose 
Melanie Rose 
There she goes 
There she goes 

Poem by: Richard C. Almeida 



In Memory of Melanie Walker 



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Melanie Walker 

April 8, 1974-March 4, 1995 




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In memory of Brian Herlihy 

April 11, 1970- March 7, 1996 

From Head to Toe 

Written by Tom Becker 

The untamable hair always covered by a hat. 

The loving eyes always bringing you comfort. 

The amazing nose always smelling out a good party. 

The talkative mouth always giving the best advice. 

The attentive ears always listening to your problems. 

The adorable face always making you smile. 

The graceful hands always creating masterpieces. 

The great arms always giving the best hugs they could give. 

The swift legs always moving from one task to the next. 

The huge heart always full of love. 

The special person always missed and forever loved. 





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Every one's death to someone, if only 

to someone is a moment of grief 

felt, a grief observed. However, as in life 

so in death everyone is not equal, 

not equal in the sense that their passing 

evokes the same degree of grief 

intensity nor extended impact. But then 

there are those whose lives are 

so filled with a specialness, a uniqueness 

of character, a personality force, 

a capacity to reach beyond themselves 

making true connection with others 

and thus become the essential links that 

give meaning and fulfillment to 

all with whom they are attached. Such 

was the life of Brian Herlihy. 

Brian's life was all too brief. The 
frustration, the hurt, even the tinge of 
bitterness that we may feel as we 



remember him tonight stems from 
that fact. For those of us who are either 
approaching or have passed the mid 
point in the continuum of life the death 
of a young person carries with it a 
special pain and poignancy for it affronts 
the natural order of life. To those of 
us who are older whether we be faculty 
or administrators, you students need 
to know that you are precious in our eyes. 
As youth you are the seed bed of our 
society, the flowering fields of the future's 
promise. You are our hope for a better 
world than what we have given to you. 

Quote from the Eulogy delivered by 
Dean Donald C. Howard at the 
University's Memorial Service for Brian, 
Tuesday, April 2, 1996. 




William Bulger 




To the Class of 1996, 

You and I are moving in opposite directions, 
with you, the members of the Class of 
1996, concluding your University of Massa- 
chusetts undergraduate careers just as 
I am arriving at the university. 

You have now completed one important 
phase of your education. We know 
that education is a lifetime undertaking. 

There is enormous pride in accomplishments 
among your professors. Though you and 
I have been at the university together for only 
your final semester, be aasured that I share 
in your faculty's sense of pride. 

We, all of us, are the beneficiaries of what 
others have done for us in advance of 
our arrival. These others sacrificed in order to 
create the university which has provided 
us with our educational opportunity. There is 
no doubt that subsequent generations will 
benefit from your contributions. 

This university has a noble mission-ensuring 
that an enviable education is available to 
those who have the desire to seek it and the 
will and ability to attain it, irrespective of 
all other considerations. 

Please honor that mission by making 
an earnest contribution to our common- 
wealth, our nation and our world. 

I wish you all the best in your endeavors. 

Sincerely, 

William M. Bulger 
President 



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Chancellor Cressy 




Congratulations! 

Your hard work and perseverance have 
paid off. Now, you are on your way 
to whatever the future holds for you, 
that career you've prepared for, graduate 
school, or the great job search. Either 
way, you are the proud graduate of the 
University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, 
Class of 1996. 

You go out to a world of great challenge 
and change. We are confident of your 
ability to meet this dynamic new world. 



As you reflect upon your years here, 
I hope you also think about continuing 
your relationship to the University 
of Massachusetts Dartmouth. I believe 
that relationship has never been 
more important, nor has it ever mani- 
fested itself in so many critical ways. 

It is clear that we are in an era of lifelong 
learning. Our competitiveness as a 
society and as individuals in the global 
marketplace compels us to continue 
our education. 

Your University is establishing a robust 
continuing education program, not 
just here in Dartmouth, but also in 
Attleboro, Taunton, Plymouth, and Cape 
Cod. We arealso 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 World 
Wide Web on the Internet. In brief, 
in a world where learning is so important, 
we want UMass Dartmouth to be 
there when you need us again. 

We will continue to work closely with 

business and professional leaders 

to meet the demands of changing times 

with specialized programs. As you 

take your place among the leaders of 

tomorrow, I urge you to continue 

a close relationship with your University. 

We can meet the changing needs 

of society with your input and feedback. 



Our efforts to be more inclusive-to 
provide a University education 
for all people no matter their cultural 
or ethnic background-are now 
more important than ever. Today, for 
many social and economic reasons, 
too many people do not have access 
to public higher education. We 
must work together to remove the 
barriers to access. 

It is doubtful that those who founded 
the two small textile colleges in New 
Bedford and Fall River in 1895 could have 
foreseen what a magnificent evolution 
they would undergo to become the 
University of Massachusetts Dartmouth in 
the midst of its Centennial Celebration! 

As you go forward, know that the faculty 
and staff who stay behind to teach and 
serve the students who follow 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 



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Class Officers 



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To the Class of 1996, 

Well here we are, four years of hard work and we've finally made it; the Class of 
1996 is passing into the annals of UMass Dartmouth history. As I sit here on 
a warm day in May, my mind rolls back to all of the events of our last four years. 
From the nervousness we all felt on the first day of freshman orientation, to 
the great times on the bus trip to Newport and the plane ride to Cancun, Mexico, 
to the joy of finishing our academic requirements, all these times mean so 
much to me because we shared them together. I hope you all find these memories 
as joyful as I have. 

It has been a sincere pleasure to serve as your President for Senior year, and as your 
representative to the student government for the last four years. I hope I have 
served you well, and have made some of the memories we share a great deal more 
pleasureable. 

The class of 1996 has contributed to the history of our University, in addition 
we all had a great time living and learning here. Best wishes for sucess in all your 
future endeavors. 



Sincerely, 

Jennifer G. Sanchez 
Senior Class President 

Tara A. Walder 
Secretary 



Brian C. Crowley 
Vice - President 

Darla L. Pelle 
Treasurer 






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Joyce Ames 

Director of Student Health Services 

Norman L. Barber 

Director of Multicultural/Retention 

Services 

Raymond M. Barrows 
Director of Admissions 

Richard T. Burke 

Assistant Chancellor for Research & 

Development 





John E. Bush 
Special Assistant, 
Multicultural Affairs 

Susan T. Costa 

Asociate Dean of Students 

Gerald S. Coutinho 
Director of Financial Aid 



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Lewis Dars 

Vice Chancellor of 

Administrative & Fiscal Services 

Robert Dowd 
Director of Athletics 

John Fernandes 
Director of CLC/ 
Science and Engineering Center 

Janet L. Freedman 
Dean, Library Services 





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Administration 





William E. Gathright 
Director of Intramurals 

Virginia P. Hadley 

Director of the 

Counseling Center 

Sandra J. Hathaway 

Associate Dean, Division of 

Continuing Education 






Kevin W. Hill 

Director of Housing & 

Residential Life 

Donald C. Howard 
Dean of Students 

Thomas M. Mulvey 

Interim Vice Chancellor for 

Student Services 

Richard J. Panofsky 

Associate Vice Chancellor for 

Academic Affairs 

Mark J. Porter 
Director of Public Safety 

John E. Rich 
Director of Career Services 

Greg Stone 
Director of Internet Development 



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Roger P. Tache 
Executive Director of 
Administrative Support & 
Auxiliary Services 

Benjamin F. Taggie 
Provost & Vice Chancellor 
for Academic Affairs 

Cheryl A. Vuolo 
Director of Facilities and 
Physical Plant 



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Richard C. Waring 
Director of the 
Campus Center 

Robert P. Waxier 
Dean, Division of 
Continuing Education 




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Amy B. Parelman 
Director of CLC/ 
Writing & Reading 

Carol J. Pimental 

Budget Director, Administrative 

and Fiscal Services 

Amy Roginlelewicz 
Assistant Director of Housing 
and Residential Life 

Brian J. Rothschild 
Director of Marine Science 



William T. Kehoe 

Associate Director of Housing 

and Residential Life 



Amanda D. Sansoucy 
Teacher/Director of the 
Child Care Center 



Martha M. Kempe 

Director of Grants & Contracts 



Sharon M. Skeels-Connors 
Director of Human Resources 



Administration Not Photographed: 

Lasse B. Antonsen 
Gallery Director 

Robert C. Archer 

Director of Television Services 

Anthony M. Baird 

Staff Assistant to Student 

Services in the Campus Center 

Mary-Elizabeth Butler 
Coordinator, Student Activities 

Ann T. Carey 
Executive Assistant 
to the Chancellor 

Thomas J. Daigle 
Director of CLC/Math 
and Business Center 






Margaret Dias 
Interim Director of 
Academic Computing 

Kathleen L. Eubanks 
Bursar 

James S. Filippo 
Director of Aquatics 

Robert G. Fortes 
Assistant Dean for Student 
Affairs & Outreach 

Walter A. Frost 
Director of Audio 
Visual Services 

Susan Glassman 

Director of the Cooperative 

Learning Center 



Robert W. Green 
Interim Associate Provost 
of Computing & Information 
Technology 

Steven A. Griffith 
Director of Upward Bound 

Kim E. Harrison 

Executive Director, Northeast " 

Regional Aquaculture Center 

Maeve D.Hickok 
Executive Director, 
Information, News 
and Publication 

Carole J. Johnson 
Disabled Student Services 
Coordinator 



Laurajane Leclair 
Alcohol & Drug Education 
Coordinator 

Angeline Lopes 
Coordinator Housing and 
Residential Life 

Areta K. Masi 

Director of Institutional Research 

Donna R. Massano 
Interim Director of 
Administrative Computing 
Services 

James A. Masterson 
Manager of the Campus Store 

Carroll R. McCloud 

Director of the Frederick Douglas 

Unity House & Start Plus Project 

Johnny K. Newkirk 
Coordinator of Housing and 
Residential Life 



George S. Smith 
Assistant Chancellor for 
Affirmative Action, Diversity 
and Outreach 

Jose A. Soler 

Director of Labor Education 

Judith A. Sullivan 

Associate Director of Athletics 

Susan P. Sullivan 
Controller 

Loretta S. Verplaste 
Director of College Now 

Bruce E. Wheeler 

Assistant Director of Athletics 



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College of Visual and Performing Arts Faculty 



Dean Michael Taylor 

College of Visual & Performing Arts 

Professor Dante Vena 
Art Education 




Professor Magali Carrera 
Art History 

Professor Harvey Goldman 
Design 

Professor Anthony Miraglia 
Fine Arts 




Not Photographed: 

Professor Robert Adams 
Music (Interim) 



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College of Arts and Sciences Faculty 




Dean Suzann Buckley 
College of Arts & Sciences 

Assistant Dean Rita Marinho 
Political Science 

Professor Patrick Foley 
Education 

Professor Edwin Thompson 
English 




Professor Guilio Massano 
Foreign literature and Language 

Professor Gerard Koot 
History 

Professor Ronald Tannenwald 
Mathematics 

Professor James Griffith 
Medical Laboratory Science 




Professor James Place 
Philosophy 

Professor Paul Ukleja 
Physics 

Professor Jean Doyle 
Political ScienceProfessor 

Barry Haimson 
Psychology 



Not Photographed: 

Professor Robert K. Edgar 
Biology 



Professor Donald Boerth 
Chemistry 



Professor Boleslaw Mikolajczack Professor Larry Miller 
Computers Information Science Sociology/Antropology 



Professor William Hogan 
Economics 



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College of Business and Industry 



Not Photographed: 

Professor J. Roland Richard 
Accounting and Finance 

Professor James Dorris 
Management/Human Resources 



Dean Ronald McNeil 
College of Business 
and Industry 




Professor John Chopoorian 
Marketing/Business 
Information Systems 

Professor Steven Warner 
Textile Sciences 





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College of Engineering 






Dean Thomas Curry 
College of Engineering 

Professor Robert Helgeland 
Electrical Engineering Technology 



Not Photographed: 

Professor Sat Dev Khanna 
Civil & Environmental Engineering 

Professor Robert Caverly 
Electrical & Computer Engineering 

Professor Sherif El Wakil 
Mechanical Engineering 



College of Nursing 





Dean Elisabeth Pennington 
College of Nursing 

Professor Mary Ann Dillon 
Institutional Nursing 



Not Photographed: 

Professor Joan Pisarczyk 
Community Nursing 



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Matthew Abbruzzese 
Accounting 

Nina Aiello 
Accounting 

Kimberly S. Akin 
Political Science 





Musa H. Al-Husseini 
Electrical Engineering 

Shelly Albanese 
Sociology 

Doha Alfiero 

Political Science/History 





Jason Almeida 
Accounting 

Michelle Almeida 
Accounting 

Brian Alves 
Accounting 

Nelson Alves 
Biology 



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David Amaral 
Electrical Engineering 

Laurie R. Anderson 
Management 

Byron B. Andrews 
Finance 

Jamie Antonio 
Civil Engineering 




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Nursing 

Michelle I. Araujo 
Social Services 

Stephanie B. Archimbaud 
Marketing 

Bruce P. Arral 
Humanities/Soc. Sciences/Music 







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Anthony Arvanites 
Chemistry/Physics 

Leslie Ashook 
Accounting 

Kerry A. Assad 
Marketing 

Brian K. Astle 
Biology 



Senior Portraits • 31 



Charles P. Auger 
Spanish/French 

Sherry L. Avila 
Nursing 




Mohammed Baba 
Electrical Engineering 

Michael David Baker 
Humanities/Social Sciences 

Joan E. Banks 
Nursing 

Joel Baptista 

EnglishA/Vriting & Communication 





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Paulo S. Baptista 

Computer & Information Science 

Timothy Barber 
Civil Engineering 

Colleen Barry 
Graphic Design 

Paula J. Bartolo 
Illustration 




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Janice L. Barton 
English 

Corinne M. Baudin 
Human Resources Management 

Vinicio Beato, Jr. 
Mechanical Engineering Tech. 

Thomas A. Becker 
Marketing 





Peter E. Berard 

Accounting 

Amelia M. Bernardes 
Sociology 

Nelson R. Bernardo 
Civil Engineering 

Caryn M. Bertino 
Finance 




Cynthia M. Berube 
Nursing 

Mishana Bigonahy 
Marine Biology 



Senior Portraits • 33 



Bradford Blake 
English/Wnting/Drama-Film Studies 

Cristina M. Borges 
Psychology 

Debra Marie Botelho 
Nursing 






Luis Botelho 

Electrical Engineering/Business Admin. 

Rui M. Botelho 
Civil Engineering 

Christine Boulanger 
Sociology 




Mary Beth Bride 


Art Education 


Matthew T. Brightman 


Mechanical Engineering 


Scott B. Brilliant 


Biology 


Jayne Marie Blanchette-Brisson 


Sociology 


34 • Senior Portraits 




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Christopher Brock 
Nursing 

Jennifer Brodeur 
Management 

Heidi Bromley 
Sociology 

Lauren Alayne Brune 
Textile Design 








Gregory Blaise Burgess 
EnglishAA/riting & Communication 

Karen Burroughs 
Graphic Design 

Brett M. Butler 
English Literature 

Chris E. Butler 
Accounting 







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Dimitra C. Byron 
English 

David P. Cabral 
Civil Engineering/Mathematics 

Nelie Cabral 
Nursing 

Todd M. Cabral 
Management 



Senior Portraits • 35 



Linda A. Cady 
Sociology 

Eric M. Callinan 
Accounting/Economics 

Peter J. Cannon 
Management 





Daren Capirchio 
Illustration 

William B. Cardin, Jr. 
Nursing 

Michelle Carney 
Psychology 




Rachel Charbonneau 

Michael J. Chiarella 
Mechanical Engineering 

Daniel R. Chouinard 
Mechanical Engineering 

John Christopher 
Nursing 




36 • Senior Portraits 




Christopher W. Clapp 
Electrical Engineering/Physics 

Kelly A. Cleveland 
Chemistry/Biochemistry 

Elena J. Clifford 
Nursing 





Sheri A. Cloutier 
Nursing 

Sherri L. Cohen 
English 

Jeann^ Coleman 
Management 

Julie A. Comeau 
Humanities/Social Sciences 




Jennifer R. Connery 
EnglishAA/riting & Communication 

Katie Cook 
Political Science 

Sarah L. Cooper 
Sociology 

Gregory Corbin, Jr. 
Computer Engineering 



Senior Portraits • 37 



Colleen Corcoran 
Finance/Economics 

Lisa M. Correia 

Political Science/Psychology 

Anthony R. Costa 
Management 









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Priscilla A. Costa 
Accounting 

Tracey A. Costa 
Nursing 

Christine Courville 
Nursing 

Sarah E. Coveney 
English/Writing & Communication 




Peter Covill 
Management 

Laura A. Cristina 
Psychology 

Brian C. Crowley 
History 

Christopher Cucinotta 
Mechanical Engineering Tech. 






38 • Senior Portraits 




John B. Cummings, Jr. 
Humanities/Social Sciences 

William C. Cummings 
Sociology 

Brenda E. Damarth 
English 





Joyce E. Davis 
Graphic Design 

Dawn Decoteau 
Marine Biology 

Noemia DeMelo 
Portugese 







David S. Derouin 
Illustration 

Joyce H. Deveney 
Nursing 

Neile L. DeVuyst 
English 

Patrick S. Dignan 
Accounting 



Senior Portraits • 39 



Michele Dionne 
Photo/Electronic Imaging 

Michelle A. Doane 
Psychology 

Kathenne M. Doherty 
Accounting 




Mark J. Dooley 
Photo/Electronic Imaging 

Patricia A. Dougherty 
Nursing 

Sarah L. Drewicz 
Illustration 

Jason Dubreuil 

Electrical Engineering Tech. 






Shelly R. Duff 
Humanities/Social Sciences 

Shane A. Dupont 
Biology 

Catherine Eaton 
Art Education 

ElissA. Ebel 
Marketing 




40 • Senior Portraits 




Stephanie A. Faucher 
Accounting 

Christopher L. Fava 
Computer Engineering 

Lynne A. Feeley 
Management 

Stacie A. Fels 
Nursing 







Adam Fernandes 
Sociology 

Nelia F. Fernandes 
Business Information Systems 

Scott A. Ferrari 
Humanities/Social Sciences 





Joanne Fielding 
Art Education 

Jonathan F. Finn 
Illustration 

Gretchen Flack 
Sociology 



Senior Portraits • 41 



Christine M. Fletcher 
Political Science 

Karen Florschuetz 
Business Administration 

Shawna M. Foley 
Management 








Charles J. Foster 

Business Information Systems 

Joy A. Fowler 
Medical Lab Science 

Aaron D. Fox 
Photo/Electronic Imaging 





Carmen M. Francisco 
Portugese/Spanish 

Jessica Frett 
Humanities/Social Sciences 

Veronica A. Froio 
Nursing 

Nancy M. Fuller 
Humanities/Social Sciences 




42 • Senior Portraits 




Stephen Giordano 
Political Science 

Kenneth Ross Glazier 
Psychology/Education 

Rose M. Gomes 
Accounting 

Lori Gonsalves 
Psychology 




Stefanie L. Gordon 
Humanities/Social Sciences 

Leslie A. Gorman 
Nursing 




Jennifer Gray 
Painting 

Richard A. Guzzo 
Accounting 



Senior Portraits • 43 



Jared Gailes 
Biology 

Christina J. Gannon 
Social Services 




David J. Gatulis 

Computer & Information Systems 

Catherine Gautie 

Debra A. Gelman 
English/Writing & Communication 

Jennifer C. Gerrior 
Humanities/Social Sciences 




Thomas Giammalvo 
Nursing 

Matthew Giglio 
Finance 

Ryan P. Gillespie 
Illustration 

Kerry L. Gillon 
Music 





44 • Senior Portraits 




Susan M. Haladay 
Management 

Michelle Hamel 
History 

Keith W. Hammond 

Marketing 

Bart H. Harrison 
Marine Biology 





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Derek Hast 
Political Science 

Paul J. Healey, Jr. 
Computer & Information Science 

Karen M. Holland 
Photo/Electronic Imaging 

Karen L. Hollenbach 
Humanties/Social Sciences 




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Michelle D. Howland 
Biology 

Kevin M. Hughes 
Management 




Senior Portraits • 45 



Caitlin Owen Hunter 
Art History/Anthropology 

Seth Jacobson 

EnglishAA/nting & Communication 




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Rebekah Jacome 
Psychology/Biology 

Holly L. Jensen 

EnglishAA/riting & Communication 

Marcelle M. Jerome 
Nursing 

Paul A. Johnson 
Photo/Electronic Imaging 





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Jennifer A. Jones 
Marketing 

Jennifer D. Kearns 
Illustration 

Erin M. Kennedy 
Biology 

Kathleen P. Kennedy 
Marketing 





46 • Senior Portraits 




Chandra M. Keyser 
Graphic Design 

Songtae Kim 
Accounting 

Dean A. Kirby 
Human Resources Management 

Adam K. Kissinger 
Graphic Design 






Gina E. Kosinski 
Nursing 

Christopher Kowal 
Mechanical Engineering 

Jason F. Kowal 
Business Information Systems 





Nicole S. Krafty 
Accounting 

David Kreiss 
Psychology 



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Senior Portraits • 47 



Bettina M. Kurkoski 
Illustration 

Sarah P. Labosslere 
Nursing 

Dawn M. LaCroix 
English 

Michelle Laferriere 
Photo/Electronic Imaging 




Melanie A. Lake 
Social Services 

Amy Lamoureux 

English/Writing & Communication 

Malcolm Lavalley, Jr. 
Civil Engineering 

Suzanne M. Lavoie 
Accounting 




Bethany S. Leary 
Nursing 

Nicole P. Le Bel 

Aaron C. Lee 
Finance 






48 • Senior Portraits 




Christine A. Lentini 
Psychology 

Elizabeth A. Lermond 
Psychology 

Jennifer M. Levine 
Marketing 

Eriks Licis 
Marketing 




Rebecca J. Locke 
Business Information Systems 

Jennie Lopes 
English/Writing & Communication 

Matilda Lopes 
Psychology 






Mary LoPresti 
Photo/Electronic Imaging 

Michelle M. Lourenco 
French 

Marcello Louro 
Civil Engineering 



Senior Portraits • 49 



Michael Louro 
Civil Engineering 

Richard Lyons 
Biology 

William MacAllister 
Psychology 

Sean L. Macamaux 
Marketing 




Maria Macedo 
Accounting 

Carolyn Macek 
Management 

John M. Machado 
Graphic Design 




Leith P. Madeiras 
Management 

Hoa Mai 
Multidisciphnary Studies 




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50 • Senior Portraits 




Danielle Malloy 
Management 

Rochelle Manchester 
Accounting 

Joni Mari Maniatis 
Metals 

William Maniatis 
Humanities/Social Sciences 





Meegan E. Marasi 
Nursing 

Trade Marciarelli 
Psychology 

Caryn Marcotte 
Nursing 




Melissa L. Marlowe 
Nursing 

Tony Marques 
Accounting 



Senior Portraits • 51 



Allison Marsden 
Sociology 

Christopher Masclo 
Photo/Electronic Imaging 





Jessica Mason 
English 

Paul G. Matos 
Civil Engineering 

Laura G. Matthes 
Nursing 

Amy McBride 
English/Literature 




Douglas W. McLachlan 
Biology 

Joanna E. McNeil 
Marketing 

Stephanie T. Medeiros 
Portuguese 

Rosamaria Mellace 
Accounting 




52 • Senior Portraits 




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Tiberio T. Melo 
Portuguese 

Chankresna Men 
Management 

William Mendonca 
Accounting 




Wendy Mendoza 
Accounting 

Debra Messier 
Management 

Paula L. Messier 
Photo/Electronic Imaging 

Michelle Minichello 





Michael Moitoso 
Marketing 

George A. Moniz 
Chemistry 

Matthew Morrissey 
English 

Steven A. Motta 
English/Writing & Communication 



Senior Portraits • 53 



Christina Mouyos 
English/Writing & Communication 

Christopher Murphy III 
Accounting 




Robert M. Murphy 
Marketing 

Sabrina Murphy 
Photo/Electronic Imaging 

Andrea Muzi 
Spanish/Sociology 

Heidi J. Namenson 
Psychology/Education 




Anne Mane Naughton 
Typography/Illustration 

Airut Nazmeev 
Physics 

Jesse B. Neagley 
Biology 

Van Nguyen 
Nursing 






54 • Senior Portraits 




Barry G Njoes II 
business Information Systems 

Lisa A. Norman 
Accounting 

Arthur E. Norton, Jr. 
Political Science 






Joan L. Norton 
Marketing 

Lisa Novo 
EnglishAA/riting & Communication 

Jesuina A. Nunes 
Nursing 

Catherine Nyquist 
Graphic Design 





Erin O'Brien 
French 

Tracy L. O'Brien 
Finance 

Edward A. Oliveira 
History 

Steven Oliveira 
EnglishAA/riting & Communication 



Senior Portraits • 55 



Kristen E. Olmsted 
Humanities/Social Sciences 

David Olsen 
Political Science 

Susan M. Olson 
Biology 




Jennifer M. O'Neill 
Nursing 

Lisa Orlando 
Visual Design 

James S. Ouellette 
Sociology 




Debbie Pacheco 
Psychology 

Joseph Pacheco 
Accounting 

Steve M. Pacheco 
Marketing 





56 • Senior Portraits 




Matthew D. Pappas 
Accounting 

Sheri A. Pauline 
Nursing 

Robin J. Pavao 
Psychology 

Darla Lynn Pelle 
Accounting 





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Rona Pellegri 
Nursing 

Ira E. Perry 
Mechanical Engineering Tech. 

Jennifer L. Perry 
Nursing 

Juditte A. Perry 
Business Administration 




Lisa M. Perry 
Humanities/Social Sciences 

Christine Perryman 
Nursing 

Sandra Peruyera 
Business Information Systems 

Meegan Peterson 
Psychology 



Senior Portraits • 57 



Gina Marie Petrizzi 

Human Resources Management 

Tan V. Pham 

Civil Engineering/Mathematics 

Brenda S. Pierce 
Marketing 




Martin J. Pierce 
Civil Engineering 

Betsy A. Pinho 
Management 

M. Lynne Plosker 
Social Services 




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Sarah E. Porter 
Photo/Electronic Imaging 

Janet M. Poulm 
Management 

Natalie E. Provost 
Nursing 

Eric L. Rahman 

Business Info. Systems/Marketing 





58 • Senior Portraits 




Seth J. Rainville 
Ceramics 

Mark Rapoza 
Mechanical Engineering Tech. 

Melissa M. Rebello 
Accounting 








Kimberly Rachelle Rego 
Sociology 

Michelle Rego 
Accounting 

Michael D. Resener 
Psychology 




Christopher Ricci 
Music 

Dawn M. Rice 
Nursing 

Pamela A. Richards 
English/Writing & Communication 

Kelly A. Risteen 
Psychology 



Senior Portraits • 59 



Joshua D. Robinson 
Photo/Electronic Imaging 

Carla Rocha 
Management 

Paula Rocha 
Management 

Patricia Roche 

Human Resources Management 






Henrique S. Rodrigues 
Mechanical Engineering 

Linda Rodrigues 
Nursing 

Robin Y. Rogers 
Nursing 

Mane A. Romero 
Psychology 







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Kathnne Rosell 
Illustration 

Lina M Roy 
Nursing 





60 • Senior Portraits 








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Fueling Rui 
Physics 

Lisa M. Russell 
Nursing 

Syd A. Saloman 
Management 

Paul A. Salsinha 
Sociology 






Anabela Sampaio 
Textile Technology 

Jennifer G. Sanchez 
Political Science 

Gary W. Sanderson 
Management 

Michelle Santos 
Nursing 




Roger E. Saraiva 
Accounting 

Dana A. Sargent 
Management 

Julia A. Saunders 
English/Writing & Communication 



Senior Portraits • 61 



Richard C. Savino 
Psychology 

Brenda C. Sayle 
Accounting 

Kim Schryver 
Nursing 

Frank J. Schultz III 
Biology 




Christine V. Seely 
Sociology 

Lina Khalil Serhal 
Management 

George D. Serpa 

English/Writing & Communication 






Shantnu Sharma 
Electronic Engineering 

Laura A. Sherman 
English/Writing & Communication 




62 • Senior Portraits 




Brian Sherry 
History 

Karri A. Shores 
Nursing 

Emma Shovmer 
Nursing 

Barbara A. Shurtleff 

EnglishA/Vriting & Communication 





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Asterio Silva 
Electrical Engineering Tech. 

Walter J. Silva 
Illustration 

Michael Silvia 
Humanities/Social Sciences 

Joseph E. Simoes 
Accounting 




Scott Simpson 
Marketing 

Karen Skerritt 
Criminal Justice 

James P. Soares 
Management 



Senior Portraits • 63 



Joseph D. Soares 
Management 

Michael Soares 
Management 

Aaron P. Sonnabend 

History 





Christopher M. Spagone 
Illustration 

Octilia Spencer 
Management 

Donna St. Amant 
Electrical Engineering 

Tracey St. Pierre 
Nursing 






Tiffany J. Steele 
Management 

Kathleen Stoffel 

Jerold A. Stokes 
Humanities/Social Sciences 

Erica Ann Sullivan 
Spanish 






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Neal E. Sullivan 
History 

Laurie A. Surprenant 
Nursing 

Richard H. Swatton, Jr. 
Management 





Daniel Tavares 
Finance 

Gregg J. Tavares 
Chemistry 

Kimberly A. Taylor 
Psychology 





Betsy S. Tiedemann 
Nursing 

Kevin Jay Tobin 
Mechanical Engineering Tech. 

Leah M. Torchia 
Accounting 

Erica M. Trabucco 
Illustration 



Senior Portraits • 65 



Lisa A. Travers 
Nursing 

Karen Y. Ung 
Management/Fibers & Textiles 

Patricia R. Vacca 
Political Science 

Kerry L. Vallett 
Art Education 





Dory Vega 
Psychology 

Nanette Vega 
Social Services 




Raymond A. Veradt 
Biology 

Thuy D. Vien 
Mathematics 

William L. Vigliotte 
Marketing 




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Nicole M. Vigue 
Accounting 

Michael S. Vining 
Marketing 

Julie L. Viveiros 
Nursing 

Mathe Vronsky 
business Information Systems 






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Tara Walder 
Management 

Mary Walsh 
Graphic Design 

John J. Wamback 
Photo/Electronic Imaging 

Yu-Che Wang 
Business Administration 






Mark C.Ward 
Finance 

Nicole L. Weeden 
Sociology 

Cecelia M. Weeks 
French 

Tamara Doreen Wells 
Criminal Justice 



Senior Portraits • 67 



Susan M. Wenzel 
Criminal Justice 

Kristen R. White 
Accounting 

Keith M. Willar 
Accounting 




Delicia Tealita Williamson 
Philosophy/African Amer. Studies 

Robert A. Wilson Jr. 
Criminal Justice 

Stephanie Yallen 
Accounting 

George Yanefski 
Political Science 





Karen M. Yenovkian 
Psychology 

Jill B. Zeiba 
Accounting 

Jason A. Zelesky 
English 

Hua Zhang 
Textile Technology 





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68 • Senior Portraits 



Key to majors 



ACT 


- Accounting 


ELE 


- Electrical Engineering 


HSS 


- Human/Social Sciences 


PAN 


- Painting 


SPA 


- Spanish 


AED 


- Art Education 


EET 


- Electrical Engineering Tech. 


LAU 


- Liberal Arts 


PHL 


- Philosophy 


STR 


- Start Program 


ARH 


- Artisanry 


EGP 


- Pre - Engineering 


MAT 


- Master of Arts in Teaching 


PHY 


- Physics 


TEC 


-Textile Chemistry 


BIO 


- Biology 


EGR 


- Engineering 


MGT 


- Management 


POR 


- Portuguese 


TDE 


- Textile Design 


BIOM 


- Biology/Marine Biology 


EGU 


- Engineering 


MKT 


- Marketing 


PRW 


- Professional Writing 


TDF 


- Textile Design/Fiber Arts 


BAD 


- Business Administration 


ETU 


- Engineering Technology 


MTH 


- Mathematics 


PSC 


- Political Science 


TET 


- Textile Technology 


BIS 


- Business Information Systems 


ENL 


- English 


MTHC 


- Computer Oriented Math 


PRT 


- Printmaking 


TETD 


- Textile Tech./Dyeing/Fin. 


CHM 


- Chemistry 


ENLW 


- English/Writing & Communication 


MLSC 


- Med Lab Science/Cytotech. 


PSY 


- Psychology 


TETS 


-Textile Tech./Structural Sci. 


CHMB 


- Chemistry/Biology 


ENLD 


- English/Drama & Film Studies 


MLSL 


- Med Lab Science/Clinical 


PSYC 


- Psychology/Clinical 


VI D 


- Visual Design 


CHMP 


- Chemistry/Pre-Medical 


FIN 


- Finance 


MDS 


- Multidisciplinary Studies 


PSYG 


- Psychology/ General 


VIDG 


- Visual Design/Graphic Design 


CHMM 


- Chemistry/BS-MS 


FOU 


- Art Unpecified 


MMT 


- MFG MGT: Fiber & Textiles 


SCL 


- Sculpture 


VIDC 


-Visual Design/Ceramics 


CEN 


-Civil Engineering 


FRN 


- French 


MMTS 


- MFG MGT: Fiber & Textiles 


SOC 


- Sociology 


VIDF 


- Photo/Electronic Imaging 


CPE 


- Computer Engineering 


GER 


- German 


MUS 


- Music 


SOCA 


- Sociology/Anthropology 


VIDI 


-Visual Design/Illustration 


CIS 


- Computer & Info Science 


HST 


- History 


NUR 


- Nursing 


SOCJ 


- Criminal Justice 


VIDM 


-Visual Design/Metals 


ECO 


- Economics 


HRM 


- Human Resources Mgnt. 


NURN 


- Nursing 


SOCS 


- Social Services 







Seniors not photographed 



Adams, Christopher J 


BA HSS 


Arpin, Rosemarie 


BA 


ENLW 


Adams, Michelle M 


BA ENL 


Arruda, Maria C 


BA 


PSY 


Adey, Matthew B 


BA ENL 


Aruri, Karen 


BA 


SPA 


Agostinho, Tammi 


BA PSY 


Arvanites, Anthony C 


BS 


CHM PHY 


Ahmed, Azder 


MBA BAD 


Asencio, Madeline 


BA 


PSY 


Ainsworth, Christine 


BS MLS 


Ashook, Leslie 


BS 


ACT 


Allen, Thomas 


BA ENL 


Assad, Kerry A 


BS 


MGT 


Almeida, Kevin S 


BA HST 


Astle, Brian K 


BS 


BIO 


Almeida, Michelle D 


BS ACT 


Atkins, David J 


BS 


MET 


Almy, Thomas 


BS MNE 


Audette, Kenneth A 


BA 


HST 


Alphonso, Andres A 


BA SPA 


Augeri, Tara K 


BA 


HSS 


Alves, Antonio 


BA POR SPA 


Aurelio, Jennifer A 


BA 


HSS 


Alves, Kyle J 


BA ENL 


Aurelio, Lisa M 


BA 


HSS 


Alves, Natalie 


BS SOC 


Avila, Sherry L 


BS 


NUR 


Amaral, Mario R 


BA PHL 


Backus, Kathleen A 


BA 


SOCA 


Ames, Elizabeth L 


BFA AED 


Bader, Thomas 


MBA BAD 


Amidon, Gretchen S 


BA PSY 


Baker, Samantha A 


BFA 


VIDC 


Anamisis, Steven G 


BS EET 


Bancroft, Paul C 


MS 


ELE 


Anderson, Kathleen M 


BA ENL ENLW 


Banville, Matthew H 


BS 


CEN 


Anderson, Lawrence 


BS ACT 


Baptista, Gregory S 


BA 


ENLW 


Anderson, Stephanie S 


BA HSS 


Baraby, Diane M 


BS 


BIO 


Andrade, Matthew C 


BS BIO 


Barbosa, Lisa M 


BA 


ENL 


Andrews, David J 


BA ENLD 


Barretto, Jennifer 


BS 


ACT 


Annunziata, Lisa M 


BFA TDF 


Barron, Thomas D. 


MS 


ELE 


Antunes, Juanita 


BS HSS 


Barros, Rubayat B 


BA 


PSC 


Archambault, Ann L 


BA MDS 


Bassil, Joseph 


BS 


ELE 


Armanetti, Jennifer L 


BS MGT 


Bath, Christopher J 


BFA VIDI 



Batjakas, loannis 


BS BIOM 


Battles, Brian M 


BM MUS 


Baylies, Jeff 


BA PSC 


Bearce, Leah 


BFA AED VIDC 


Bedard, Daniel A. 


BS MLS 


Beirao, Sandra P 


BS FIN 


Belanger, Marc N 


BS CEN 


Benker-Ritchey, Joyce 1. 


MS NUR 


Benzing, Christian Matthias 


MBA BAD 


Berard, Julie A 


BS ACT 


Berg, Valerie N 


BA HSS 


Bernardino, James A 


BS CEN 


Bertone, Paul N 


MS CIS 


Berube, Traci L 


BA PSY 


Bettencourt, Kristen A 


BS ACT 


Bialy, Krista B 


BA SOC 


Bickford, Crystal 


MA PRW 


Bielawa, Carolyn J 


BA HSS 


Bienk, Christine 


MBA BAD 


Bigos, Diane M 


BS MKT 


Binning, Lori J 


BA PSY 


Bird, Glenn W 


BS ACT 


Biss, Jennifer L 


BA HSS 


Black, Judith 


BAENL 


Blake, Thomas A. Jr. 


MBA BAD 


Blanton, Michael A 


BA MDS 


Block, Abigail C 


BA PSY 



Senior Portraits • 69 



Boehm, Jan 


BS 


CIS 


Cai, Qian 


MS ELE 


Bok, Hans 


BS 


MGT 


Callahan, Mark E 


BS ELE 


Bonn, Patty Jo 


MS 


NUR 


Camara, Dilia L 


BA HSS SOCS 


Bonner, Michael J 


BS 


BIO 


Camara, Joseph 


BS CEN 


Bonner, Michael J 


BA 


PSY 


Campos, Rui N 


MS CIS 


Bordonaro, Steven 


BS 


ELE 


Canniff, Joyce D. 


BA ENL 


Borges, Cheryl A 


BS 


MLS 


Caola, Kimberly A 


BFA VIDI 


Borges, Nancy W 


BA 


PSY 


Carlos, Donald A 


BS ACT 


Borowicz, Karin M 


BA 


HST 


Carmichael, Wendy A 


BA PSC 


Bouchard, Frank L. 


MBA BAD 


Carreras, Kristen N 


BS MLS 


Boulanger, Gayle L 


BS 


BIO 


Carrigan, Colleen T 


BS MLS 


Bousquet, Michele A 


BS 


NUR 


Carvalho, Isalia M 


BA HST 


Bousquet, Robert 


BS 


ELE 


Casey, Brett J 


BA HST 


Bowden, Laura 


BS 


HSS, SOC 


Casey, Wayne R 


BS ACT 


Bowman, Mary L 


BS 


MGT 


Casey, William T 


BS MGT 


Boyer, Susan 


BS 


MGT 


Caswell, Jeffrey S 


BS MET 


Boyington, Allyson L 


BA 


socs 


Catrina, Rosemary A. 


BS MGT 


Braastad, Corey D 


BS 


BIO 


Cellineri, Douglas J. 


MFA VID 


Bradshaw, Melissa J 


BS 


NUR 


Champoux, Keith R 


BA ENLENLD 


Branco, William 


BS 


CPE 


Charbonneau, Michelle L 


BA SOCS 


Brayton, John S 


BS 


CIS 


Charron, Sheila A 


BA PSY 


Breau, Alyer 


BA 


ENLW 


Chase, Elise D 


BA HSS 


Brennan, Steven D 


BS 


MGT 


Chase, James M 


BS ACT 


Brenner, Michael C 


BA 


HSS 


Chase, Johanna P. 


BFA AED VIDC 


Brickley, Veronica M 


BA 


SOC 


Cheesman, Deborah A 


BS ACT 


Bnnza, Karen J 


BFA AED VIDC 


Chen, Te Lun 


MBA BAD 


Broadford, John L 


BA 


PSY 


Cheng, Tzu-Hung 


MS ELE 


Brodm, David C 


BA 


HSS 


Chicca, Kimberly 


BA HST 


Brooks, Jane T 


MS 


NUR 


Chlebek, Deborah A 


BS ACT 


Brown, Douglas J 


BS 


MGT 


Chouinard, Paul R 


BA PSY 


Brown, James 


BA 


SOC 


Christopher, Kevin H 


BS MDS 


Brown, Sean M 


BS 


ACT 


Ciampi, Patricia A 


BA PSY 


Brum, Dawn M 


BS 


ACT 


Cicale, Jennifer A 


BS MKT 


Brunelle, Robert N 


BA 


ENL 


Cichon, James M 


BS CHM 


Bruno, Linda D 


BA 


PSY 


Clark-Ellstrom, Kimberly 


BA PSY 


Bryant, Dona 


BS 


PSC 


Cobb, Monica A 


BS MGT 


Buccos, Roxanne M 


MA 


, PRW 


Coggeshall, Jennifer K 


BFA PAN 


Burger, Todd B 


BS 


BIS 


Cohen, Daniel M 


BS TET 


Burke, Matt T 


BS 


HRM 


Colby, Jo A. 


MS NUR 


Burke, Megan M 


BA 


PSY 


Connolly, William J 


BS MGT 


Burt, Heather 


BSNUR 


Connor, Lucretia 


BA HSS 


Butler, Staci L 


BS 


MKT 


Conser, Ryan 


BS FIN 


Byrne, Susan 


BS 


ACT 


Consonni, Gina 


BS ACT 


Cabral, Christine L 


BS 


HRM 


Cooper, Clinton H 


BA PSY 


Cabral, Michael T 


BS 


ELE 


Coppeta, Jeffrey M 


BS MET 



Cordeiro, Sherri A 


BA PSY 


Correia, Julie L 


MA PSY 


Correia, Phyllis A. 


MS NUR 


Cosgrove, Stephen J 


BS ELE 


Costa, Alice V 


BA HSS 


Costa, Kelly A 


BA SOCA 


Costa, Randy A 


BS CIS 


Costa, Suzanne E. 


MBA BAD 


Costa, Viriato M 


BS ELE 


Costanzo, Frank V 


MS ELE 


Cote, Matthew W 


BS CEN 


Cotter, Mary M. 


MFA VID 


Coulombe, Michele E 


BS NUR 


Coury, John W 


BS ACT 


Coutu, Jody M 


BS BIO 


Couture, Julie M 


BS ACT 


Cox, David J. 


BA ENL ENLW 


Cressy, Peter H. 


MS CIS 


Cruz, Erin M. 


BA SOCS 


Cruz, Sharon L H 


BA PSY 


Cullen, Amy J 


BS NUR 


Cummings, Alma 


MFA VID 


Cummings, William C 


BA SOC 


Cunningham, Jacob M 


BS EET 


Cunningham, Stacy A 


BS ACT 


Curcio, Holly 


BFA VIDC 


Czernicki, Jennifer 


BFA VIDG 


DaCosta, Jeffrey 


BS MNE 


DaSilva, Steven D 


MBA BAD 


Dalomba, Dean M 


BFA TDF 


Dalton, Kristen A 


BS MGT 


Dansereau, Diane M 


MS CIS 


DeCarvalho, Almir F 


BA PSC 


DeGrazia, Michele L 


BS NUR 


DeLaVergne, Karen L. 


BS MLSC 


DeMelo, Noemia 


BA POR 


DeOliveira, Rita M 


MA PSY 


DeSousa, Lucia 


MS CIS 


DeVoll, ShonDee L 


BS ACT 


DeVuyst, Neile L 


BA ENL 


Degagne, Elaine A 


BS ACT 


Dehmand, Sharon 


MBA BAD 


Delano, Bruce M 


BS MGT 


Delorey, William P. 


MA PRW 


Deschamps, Jessica Joy 


BA ENLW 



70 • Senior Portraits 



Desena, Jevon K 


MBA BAD 


Forest, Amanda M 


BFA AED 


Desmarais, Traci A 


BS ACT 


Forrest, Clarence S 


BS MMT 


Desrosiers, Jean M 


MS NUR 


Fournier, Liane P 


BFA AED 


Deterra, Lisa M 


BA SOCS 


Fragoso, Anabela C 


BS MKT 


Devine, Herbert J 


BS MGT 


France, Nicole L 


BA HSS 


Devine, Jennifer A 


BS MGT 


Francoeur, Michelle A 


BA PSY 


DiConza, Suzanne L 


MA PRW 


Frank, Brian E 


BS ACT 


Dias, Sonia C 


BFA VIDF 


Fraser, Robert Hamilton 


BA HSS 


Diesenhaus, Scott 


BA ENLENLW 


Fredette, Robin A 


BA PSY 


Dignan, Patrick S 


BS ACT 


Freeman, Daniel 


BS MLS 


Doerr, Erich R 


BS MGT 


Frenette, Brian C 


BS ACT 


Domey, Christopher M 


BS ACT 


Fuller, Jane E 


BA SPA 


Dressel, John A 


BA MTH 


Gabriel, Melissa L 


BA HSS 


Dube, Christopher P 


BS MTH 


Galego, Paul F 


BS MLSC 


Dube, James A 


MBA BAD 


Gannon, Melissa M 


BA PSC 


Dufresne, Gary 


BS CPE 


Ganshirt, James E 


BS EET 


Dumas, Paulette L 


MS NUR 


Garland, Sarah E. 


MFA VID 


Dumont, Theresa M 


BS MLS 


Garrity, Jennifer L 


BA SOCJ 


Dunham, Michael R 


BS CPE 


Gately, Ellen M 


BS MGT 


Easterbrooks, Don E 


BS MET 


Gawthrope, Kevin 


BFA VIDF 


Edgett, Molly A 


BA ENLW 


Geleney, Robert S 


BFA PAN 


Ellis, Sean P 


BFA VIDF 


Gemma, Diane H. 


MA PSY 


Ellis, Susan M 


BS MKT 


Giampa, Anthony J 


BS MKT 


Ellis, William F 


BS PHY MTH 


Gibbons, Anne C. 


BA PSY 


Faggioli, Paul 


BA PSC 


Gifford, Vivian S 


MS NUR 


Fair, Deanna D 


BS FIN 


Gilmore, Joseph M 


BS MKT 


Fanelli, Jason E 


BA HSS 


Gilson, Karen L 


BS NUR 


Fang, Xiaolong 


MS PHY 


Gioni, Natalia 


BA SPA 


Fareas, Kathleen A 


BS MGT 


Glynn, Martha 


BS MKT 


Farland, Kenneth A 


BS MNE 


Gomes, Eileen L 


BA SOCJ 


Fay, Ninabeth T 


BA SOC 


Goncalves, Evelise 


BS CIS 


Feehrer, Christine 


BS NUR 


Goodfellow, Carolyn Anne 


MS NUR 


Feraco, Maryellen 


BS ACT 


Gorman, Leslie A 


BS NUR 


Ferguson, Ann E 


BA HSS 


Gouveia, Christopher M 


BS ACT 


Ferrarini, Thomas J 


BS MET 


Gray, Bryan M 


BA SOC 


Ferreira, Lynn 


BA PSY 


Greene, Bonnie L 


BS BIO 


Ferreira, Mary A 


BFA AED VIDM 


Greer, Brenda J 


BS BIS 


Ferreira, Robert J 


BS ACT 


Griffin, Kurt R 


BA ARH 


Ferry, CJ 


BS NUR 


Grimmer, Stephen W. 


MFA ATR 


Fidgeon, Janice V 


BS MKT 


Guay, Carolyn E 


BFA PAN 


Fischer, Michael J 


BS CEN 


Guimaraes, Rosemary A 


BS BIO 


Fletcher, Brian R 


BA SOC 


Guimond, Robert A 


BS ACT 


Foley, Daniel G 


BS ACT 


Guinen, Christopher S 


BS CPE 


Fonseca, Rogerio P 


BS BIS 


Gupte, Carol A 


BS MGT 


Ford, Gerald R 


BA HST 


Gustafson, Margo R 


BS MLS 



Haela, Anat 


BA SOC 


Han, Hongjun 


MS PHY 


Hannigan, Francis E. 


MA PRW 


Harney, Sarah L 


BA HSS 


Harrington, Jeremy L 


BS MET 


Hasan, Md. Towhid 


MS CHM 


Hassel, Michael 


MS ELE 


Hathaway, Lynne A 


BA PSC 


Hayward, Jacqueline H 


BS MDS 


Hebert, Earl W • 


BS MET 


Hebert, Yvette N 


BS MLS 


Hecht, Michelle F 


MS NUR 


Hedges, Ronald F 


BS HRM 


Hejazi, Mohamed 


BS BIS 


Hennessy, Garrett A 


BS MET 


Her, Zer 


BA ENL 


Herlihy, Brian D 


BFA AED 


Hewins, Rachael A 


BS MLSC 


Higgins, John C 


MBA BAD 


Higgins, Maria M 


BS MGT 


Hill, John 0. 


MS BIOM 


Hinton, Alan A 


MS ELE 


Ho, Huey-Chih 


MFA VID 


Holmes, Jonathan M. 


MA PSY 


Hopping, Christopher R 


BFA VIDI 


Howard, Jennifer L 


BFA VIDG 


Howayeck, Linda V 


BA SOCS 


Huang, Hui 


MS CHM 


Hughes, Douglas S. 


MA PSY 


Hui, Kai 


MS PHY 


Huo, Sheng-hong 


MA PSY 


Hurteau, Marlene C 


BA SOCS 


Hussain, S. M. Sazzad 


MS CHM 


Hutzal, Scott W 


BFA VIDF 


Ikier, William A 


BA HSS 


Inous, Abderrahim 


BS ELE 


Irick, Christy A. 


MFA ATR 


Irizarry, Edwin Elias 


BS BIS 


Isidorio, Andrea J 


BS ACT 


Jackson, Lucille T 


BA PSY 


Jacob, Adelino A 


BS MGT 


Jardin, Amy E 


BA ENL 


Jiang, Hui 


MS PHY 


Jiannacopoulos, Julia M. 


MFA ATR 


Johannsson, Kathleen M. 


MA PRW 



Senior Portraits • 71 



Johnson, Janette B. 


MS NUR 


Largey, Devon C 


BA ARH 


Johnson, Melanie P 


BA ENL 


Lavendier, Dawn J 


BS MDS 


Johnson, Sheila 


BA ENLW 


Lawrence, Jennifer A 


BA SOC 


Johnson, Steve 


BS MGT 


Lawrence, Ross M 


BS MGT 


Jones, Crystal R 


BA PSY 


LeBlanc, Lori-Anne 


BA SPA 


Jones, Robert T 


BA ECO 


Lecko, Nancy A 


BS MGT 


Jordan, Brian R 


BA HST 


Lehane, Dennis M 


BA PSC 


Joseph, Rachel 


BA SOCJ 


Leidhold, Ethel M 


BS NUR 


Joyce, Daniel P 


BS MGT 


Lemelin, Paul L 


BS TET 


Jurgens, Marcus 


MS CIS 


Leonard, Edward M 


BA ENL 


Just, Lauren M 


BS FIN 


Levesque, Catherine E 


BFA VIDG 


Kaiser, Kerri 


BFA AED 


Lewis, John W 


BS MGT 


Kampf, Linda M. 


MS NUR 


Li, Bilian 


MS BIO 


Kandis, Ronald L 


BS BIO 


Li, Gang 


MS BIO 


Karayel, Ugur 


BS MGTMKT 


Liberman, Jill S 


BS MKT 


Karthodi, Venugopal Melepatt 


MS TEC 


Littlefield, Brian R 


BFA PAN 


Keegan, Robin P 


BA HSS 


Liu, Xiang-Ling 


MS ELE 


Keezer, Martha E 


MAE AED 


LoPresti, Mary E 


BFAVIDF 


Kelley, Robin S 


BS CPE 


Lodge, Andrew B 


BS HRM 


Kelly, Elizabeth J 


BA MDS 


Lomp, Robert F 


BS CEN 


Kennefick, Karyn M 


BS NUR 


Long, Erin M 


BA SOCS 


Kenney, Eric T 


BS MET 


Long, John C 


BS EET 


Kenyon, Kristine A 


BFA VIDM 


Lopes, Jorge M 


BS MGT 


Khushalani, Kamlesh R. 


MS ELE 


Loranger, David 


BA HSS 


Kick, Iris M 


BA SOC 


Lovecchio, Michael J 


BA HST 


Killeen, Deborah A 


BS MLSC 


Loveridge, Jill F 


BA SOCS 


Kim, Yonghamb 


MS PHY 


Lowe, Tabitha P 


BS MTHC 


King, Kathleen E 


BS NUR 


Lubenau, Brad J 


BS CEN 


King, Kevin P. 


MS NUR 


Luzza, Anthony M 


MBA BAD 


Kirby, Dean A 


BS HRM 


Lyon, Randy P 


BA PSY 


Kniaz, Jennifer L 


BA HSS 


Maccaro, Karen A 


BA ENL 


Knudsen, Sonja J 


BS ACT 


Maccini, Catherine A 


MA PSY 


Knuttel, Siobhan R 


BA PSC 


Machado, Mary Beth 


MA PSY 


Kobus, Shane M 


BA PSC 


Macomber, Christopher J 


BA SOC 


Konopacki, Jason J 


BS ACT 


Mahon, Carolann 


BA PSY 


Krieche, Issam 


MS ELE 


Mahoney, Jeffrey D 


BA HST 


Kulander, Kris L 


BS HRM 


Mallik, Ravi J 


BS ELE 


Kvilhaug, Magnar H. 


MBA BAD 


Mandracchia, Melissa J 


BA SOC 


LaCroix, Dawn M 


BA ENL 


Mangan, Gayle L 


MFA VID 


Lambert, David E 


MS ELE 


Mantell, Dawn M 


BA SOCS 


Lambros, Nicole 


BS BIO 


Marafino, Margaret 


MS ELE 


Lambton, Mary F 


BS MGT 


Marathas, Gwynell S. 


BFATDF 


Lanagan, Michael J 


BS MGT 


Marcalo, Ana L 


BS BIO 


Lancaster, James C 


BA ENL 


Marcotte, Donald G 


BS MGT 


Langille, Brian D. 


BS MLS 


Margarida, Elaine L 


BS ACT 



Marrier, Nadine D 


BS CHMB 


Martin, Jennifer L 


MS CHM 


Martin, Robert R 


BS MGT 


Masse, Melissa M 


BFA AED 


Massoud, Marie L 


BA PSY 


Mateus, Patricia 


BA SOCS 


Mathe, Vronsky 


BS BIS 


Matias, Neil R 


BA PSC 


Matthews, June L 


BS NUR 


Maxim, Mark B 


BS CIS 


Maynard, Lynne 


BS NUR 


Mayo, Susan K 


BS NUR 


Mazzuca, Michael J 


BS MNE 


McCarthy, Jennifer L. 


BA ENLW 


McCormack, Mark J 


BS MGT 


McCormick, Richard 


BFA VIDI 


McCurry, Mary K. 


MS NUR 


McDaniel, Mathew J 


BFA VIDG 


McDonagh, Matthew D 


BA ENL ENLW 


McGinnis, Susan A. 


MS PHY 


McKeon, John A. 


MA PRW 


McLaughlin, Maura M 


BFA TDF 


McMahon, Mary Ellen 


BA ENLW 


McNeil, Richard J 


BS ELE 


Mcbride, Amy E 


BA ENL 


Medeiros, Andrew S 


BS EET 


Medeiros, Gualdino 


BS ACT 


Medeiros, Guido 


BFA PRT 


Medina, Vilma 


BA PSY 


Melville, Amy B 


BFA AED 


Menard, Daniel A 


BS EET 


Menezes, Karen Gouveia 


BFA AED 


Menkello, Nicholas A 


BA PSC 


Merrill, Jessica E 


BA ENL 


Michaelis, Darren J 


BS CEN 


Mihal, Roxanne E. 


BS NUR 


Millar, Stephen J 


BS FIN 


Miller, Andrew S 


BA ENLW 


Minkin, Alan L 


BA PSY 


Miozza, Michael L 


BS MGT 


Mitchell, Andrew R. 


BS CIS 


Mitchell, Brian M 


BA ECO 


Mitchell, Michael J 


BS MLS 


Mitra, Madhusmita 


MS CHM 


Molnar, Katrina L. A. 


MA PRW 



72 • Senior Portraits 



Monsees, Dean R 
Montez, Marco A 
Moore, Clayton V 
Moreau, Celeste C 
Morin, Eugene N 
Morneau, Kristen J 
Morris, Mark P. 
Moussa, Samir B. 
Mulford, Judy F 
Mullen, Patrick S 
Munson, Nancy R. 
Murphy, James P 
Murphy, Leigh-Anne 
Murphy, William C 
Murray, Kevin M 
Myers-Poitras, Donna J 
Namari, Lina 
Napier, Denise R 
Narbis, Carol A 
Nelson, Pamela G 
Neves, Susan C 
Neveux, Michael D 
Nichols, W. Robert 
Nogueira, Ivone L 
Nolan, Carolyn H 
Normandin, Christine A 
O'Brien, Elizabeth M. 
O'Brien, Katharine A 
O'Connor, Marybeth E 
O'Donnell, Maureen A 
O'Malley, Brendan M. 
O'Neil, Katherine M 
Ogagan, George 
Okuniewicz, Cheryl 
Olend, Wendy J 
Oliveira, Daniel 
Oliveira, Rose M 
Oliveira, Sheila R 
Olsen-Vieira, Lynne A. 
Olson-Carter, Mary E. 
Oneill, Jennifer M 
Osmani, Dorian F 
Ostiguy, Michelle A 
Outwater, Jennifer A 
Owen, Christopher J 



BS CEN 
BS ELE 
BS ELE 
BA ENL 
BS ELE 
BA HSS 
BS FIN 
MS ELE 
BA ENL 
BS CPE 
MBA BAD 
BS MGT 
BA ENLW 
BA ENL 
BS MKT 
MA PSY 
BS ELE 
BS MGT 
BA SOC 
BA PSC 
BS BIS 
BS MKT 
MS ELE 
BS ACT 
BA HSS 
BS NUR 
BFA VIDG 
BA SOCS 
BS ACT 
BA SOCS 
MS BIO 
BA SOC 
BS CPE 
MS NUR 
BS MLS 
BA HST 
BS NUR 
MFA VI D 
MBA BAD 
MBA BAD 
BS NUR 
BS FIN 
BS ACT 
BFA VIDC 
BS BIO 



Pacheco, Lynn A 


BS NUR 


Pacheco, Matthew 


BS MGT 


Pacheco, Richard 


BS CIS 


Pappas, Matthew D 


BS ACT 


Paquet, Nicole C 


BA PSY 


Paquin, Rollande E 


BS MDS 


Paramasawat, Suleeporn 


MBA BAD 


Pareigis, Luke D 


BS TET 


Parkinson, Kerrin R 


BFA AED 


Paul, Adam D 


BFA PAN 


Paxita, Claudia M 


BS HRM 


Peck, Susan J 


BA PSY 


Pereira, Lucy A 


BA SOCS 


Perez, George Jr. 


MFA ATR 


Perraudin, Lucas 


BS MGT 


Perry, Deborah A 


MA PRW 


Perry, Donna M 


BA HSS 


Perry, Susan Jean 


MS NUR 


Petersen, Robert M 


BA HST 


Peterson, Erik D 


BA PSC 


Petitto, Michael F 


BS MGT 


Pfister, Jennifer L 


BA PSY 


Piccone, Matthew J 


BA PHL 


Pickett, Heather L 


BS MDS 


Pike-Hebditch, Jacqueline 


BS BIO 


Pilotte, Mathieu J 


BA HSS 


Pimentel, Kim R 


BA ECO 


Pinheiro, Jeffrey M 


BM MUS 


Pinto, Dennis M. 


BS BIO 


Piragis, Deborah M 


BS MGT 


Pires, Victoria E 


BA SOCS 


Ponte, Susan J 


BA HSS 


Poole, Wendy L 


BS MDS 


Poulin, Danielle L 


BA ECO 


Poulos, Lisa M 


BA PSY 


Powers, Stacia M 


BS MLSC 


Prachniak, Margaret M 


BFA VIDG 


Pryor, Darryl M 


BS BIOM 


Pye III, Charles 


MS NUR 


Quirk, Robert B 


BA PSY 


Quirk, Tara M 


BA PSY 


Raposo, Wendy L 


BA ENLW 


Rebello, Derrick J 


BS ACT 


Resendes, Faustino C 


BS MGT 


Rezendes, Mark T 


BS MKT 



Rhodes, Sandra J 


BS NUR 


Richard, Christian J 


BFA VIDG 


Richter, Linda 


MA PRW 


Roberts, Nicole M 


BFA VIDFVIDG 


Robichaud, James M. 


BS MET 


Robinson, Lisa A. 


MBA BAD 


Roderick, Amy L 


BS ACT 


Rodrigues, Paul M 


BS HRM 


Rodrigues, Timothy J 


BA HST 


Rogers, Ronald J 


BS ELE 


Rose, Carol B 


MA PSY 


Rose, Dennis M 


BS MGT 


Rosonina, Steven 


BS MET 


Ross, Lynn A 


BS ACT 


Ross-Ramos, Tracey L. 


BA SOC 


Rounds, Jennifer J 


BS MLSC 


Rubner, Linda A 


BA SOCA 


Rui, Fuding 


MS PHY 


Ryan, Dorothy S 


MA PRW 


Ryan, Michael G 


BA ENL 


Sabens, Margaret E 


MS NUR 


Salibi, Zeina M 


BS MGT 


Salzmann, Christian 


MS CIS 


Santangelo, Scott J 


BS MNE 


Santos, Angela 


BS BIS 


Santos, John J 


BA PSY 


Santos, Nathan J 


BS BIO 


Sarmento, Karen M 


BS NUR 


Saunders, Kathleen Thornton 


BA PSY 


Scherzer, Samantha V 


BS HRM 


Schneider, Karl R 


BA HSS 


Schrauben, Michael E 


BS MKT 


Schwalm, Paul M 


BS EET 


Scopelliti, Ronald J 


BA ENLW 


Seco, Nuno G 


BS FIN 


Seeman, Bonnie S. 


MFA ATR 


Seguin, Russell L 


BS FIN 


Semple, Melissa M 


BS BIO 


Serrecchia, KimberlyA 


BS MGT 


Servan, Raphael 


BS MKT 


Settele, Louis H 


BA ARH HST 


Shadakshari Swamy, Jay. 


MS TET 


Shaffer-Benoit, Brian G. 


BFA VIDG 


Shaker, Rachael E 


BS ACT 


Shirvani, Marilyn C. 


MS NUR 



Senior Portraits • 73 



Silva, Anabela D 


BA PSY 


Silva, Sergio 


MS ELE 


Silveria, Thomas 


MS CIS 


Silvia, Ellen M 


MBA BAD 


Simmons, Jonathan S 


BS EET 


Simoneau, Kevin A 


BA ENL 


Sirois, Bonnie A 


BS ACT 


Smith, Edward 


BA HST 


Smith, Kathleen L. 


MS NUR 


Smith, Ronald W 


MFA ATR 


Smith, Scott J 


BS CPE 


Smusz, Christine M 


BA ENL 


Soares, Laura R 


BS BIO 


Soares, Lori A 


BA SOCS 


Sousa, Daniel 


BS MGT 


Sousa, Jason C 


BS CHM 


Sousa, Linda L 


BS ACT 


Souza, Anne M 


BS NUR 


Souza, Michael R 


BA HSS 


Souza, Theresa 


BS NUR 


Sprout, Daniel C 


BA PSY 


St Pierre, Stacey A 


BS HRM 


St Yves, Kimberly M. 


BA ENLW 


St. Amant, Donna 


MS ELE 


St. Onge, Michelle 


BA SOCJ 


Staff, Joanne K 


BS ELE 


Stahl, Rebecca J 


BA PSY 


Starbard, Kimberly A 


BA PSY 


Stern, M. Cheryl 


MA PRW 


Stover, Stacy A 


BS CEN 


Sturdevant, Michael J 


BA PSC 


Styblo, Norbert 


BA PHL 


Sullivan, Heather 


BS NUR 


Summers, Joseph L 


BA SOC 


Summers, Robert F 


BS ELE 


Swenson, Karin E 


BS MLS 


Swiader, Carolina P 


BA PSY 


Tamburro, Michael C 


BA SOC HSS 


Tavares, Donna 


BS ACT 


Tavares, Eric A 


BS CIS 


Taylor, Cheryl A 


BS MLS 


Taylor, Deborah L. 


MA PSY 


Tetreault, Justine L. 


BA PSY 


Teves, Vilma M 


BA SOCS 


Tharrett, Dallas R 


BS MET 



Thatcher, Todd J 


BS MLS 


Thibodeau, Gary C 


BS ACT 


Thorpe, Steven W. 


MS ELE 


Tillson, Scot M 


BS MKT 


Tolini, Kathryn M 


MA PRW 


Tolles, Brenton G 


BS ACT 


Tovar, Carolina 


ACT 


Tunney, John T 


MBA BAD 


Turner, Dawn M 


BFA VIDF 


Vadeboncoeur, Michelle L 


BFA TDF 


Valliere, Penny L 


BS NUR 


Vena, John D 


BA SOCJ 


Veradt, Raymond A 


BS BIO 


Vieira, Joseph M 


BS MNE 


Vieira, Krisann 


BS NUR 


Vien, Thuy D 


BS MTH 


Viera, Susana P. 


BS BIO 


Viglas, Robert C 


BFA SCL 


Vincent, Michael J 


BS CPE 


Vincente, llidio M 


BA PSC 


Walsh, Andrew J 


MS ELE 


Walsh, Kerry E 


BS MGT 


Walsh, Kerry J 


BS BIO 


Walz, Christiane Susanne 


MBA BAD 


Wandeloski, William J 


BS MET 


Wang, Deming 


MS BIO 


Wangmo, Tsering 


MA PRW 


Waniolka, Marek B. 


MBA BAD 


Wanke, Eric H 


BA HST 


Warecki, Christine R 


BA ENLW 


Webster, Barbara J 


BS NUR 


Weiner, Sherrie N 


BS BIS 


Whitcombe, Amy B. 


MA PRW 


White, Lisa 


BA PSY 


White, Sheri L 


BFA PRT 


Whitehead, Keri A 


BA PSY 


Whitehouse, Pamela L 


BA HSS 


Whitney, Susan A 


BS ACT 


Wiggins, Lisa D 


BA HSS 


Wiksten, Joel P 


BS MET 


Wilde, Judith 


BA PSY 


Wiley, Nicole E 


BS ACT 


Winokoor, Charles 1 


BA ENL 


Wojtowicz, John S. 


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BS NUR 



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MS PHY 


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MS CHM 


Xue, Yongqiang 


MS PHY 


Yang, Liming 


MS PHY 


Yarnall, Maria E. 


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Yaw, Patricia L 


BA SOCS 


Yetman, Jeremy T 


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Yi, Sung Yul 


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Best wishes from the 
Student Activities Board 
and the Office of Student 
Activities to our graduates 
on the general board and 
our executive board: 



Heather Churchill 
Jen Brodeur 
Kate Doherty 
Chris Murphy 



-President 
-Vice president 
-Social chair 
-Publicity 




congrats 

Joyce Davis 
Cathy Nyquist 
Anne Naughton 
Ryan Gillespie 
Tina Kurkoski 
Kerri Parkinson 

good luck.. .on the outside!! 




Sponsors • 83 



Promoting equality for women in careers, education, and safety. 



The Women's Center 
1995-1996 



Students unite against poverty Poetry with 

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diverenvo^omen^^men Drea st cancer forum 

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Sponsors • 85 



The Marriot 
extends 

congratulations 

to our 
graduates ! ! ! 

UMass Dartmouth Class of 1996 



Billy Casey 


Shane Kobus 


Wayne Casey 


Dennis Lehane 


Billy Connolly 


Mike Resner 


JoyceDavis 


John Sanos 


Steve Giordano 


Keith Willar 


Derek Hast 





The Cove Staff 




Congratulations 
1996 Graduates! 



Dean Pennington, 
Faculty and Staff, 
College of Nursing 



Sponsors • 87 



Senator Ted Kennedy 



'Am I going to 
have your help? 

Am I going to 
have your help? 



"Am I going to have your help? 
Am I going to have your help?" 
asked veteran Senator Ted 
Kennedy as he wooed the 
enthusiastic capacity crowd that 
filled the University of 
Massachusetts Dartmouth 
Campus Center on Tuesday, 
October 17, 1995. 

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 senatoria 
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 political career. 




Kennedy, who arrived on campus at approximately 
1 1 :40am, was greeted by an entourage that included 
Chancellor Peter Cressy, Vice Chancellor Thomas 
Mulvey, Dean of Students Donald C. Howard, and 
members of the Student Senate. 

After mingling with UMass Dartmouth representatives 
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 Campus Center with large blue signs emlazoned withe white letter 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/Regan era. 

"In Massachusetts, we have seen the unemployment [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 interrupted by thunderous applause, 
Kennedy, in an effort to win students' votes, alluded heavily to his commitment 
to Massachusetts educational programs. According to Kennedy, Romney has stated 
he wants to "abolish the whole Department of Education." 

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. " 




1992 Sponsorship of Lecture Series Committee 

Timothy Leary- Drug Guru 

G.Gordon Liddy - Watergate Fame 

Dean Donald C. Howard - Co. Chairman of Committee 



Michael S. Dukakis 



**fess Dartmouth 




In early December, 1995, former Govenor 
Michael S. Dukakis paid a visit to the University 
for a special press conference appearance. 



Before a packed Board of Trustees 
Room, crowded with students, faculty, 
administrators and University alums, 
a number of whom had held positions 
in the three Dukakis administrations, 
he announced he was giving a $1 00,000. 
gift to establish for the students of UMass 
Dartmouth permanently endowed 
Public Service Internships. The money was 
donated from a small surplus left over 
from his 1988 Presidential Campaign. Over 
his long years in public life, Governor 
Dukakis has had a strong and affectionate 
commitment to SMU / UMass Dartmouth. 
He often described it as his favorite 
University. This was his practical way of 
showing that commitment. He plans 
to raise forther endowment money for 
the Dukakis Internships. 




Senator John F.Kerry 

UMass Dartmouth April 2, 1996 





US Senator John F. Kerry came to the University 
to announce his run for a third term in the US Senate. 
He spoke to a standing room crowd in the Residence 
Hall Conference Dining Room and conducted a round 
table discussion with student leaders. 




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UMass Dartmouth 

celebrates its 
centennial year 
1895- 1995 

Newt Gingrich 

became the first 
Republican Speaker 
of the House in 
40 years. 



Kansas Senator, 
Bob Dole became 
the sixth Republican 
to declare candidacy 
for U.S. President. 

Oklahoma City Bombing 

occured on April 19th 
killing scores of men, 
women and young 
children. 



NATO planes attacked 
Serb ammunition depots. 

The Serbs responded by 
attacking "safe areas," killing 
many and taking hundreds of 
U.N. peacekeepers hostage. 





Serbs downed a U.S. F-18 

over northern Bosnia. 
The pilot, Air Force Captain 
Scott O'Grady, hid for 
six days until he was 
rescued bv U.S. Marines 



Mother Theresa 

came to visit New Bedford 
and Boston, Massachusetts 



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August 1995 



Jerry Garcia, lead singer 
for the Greatful Dead 
passed away on August 
9th just eight days after 
his 53rd birthday 

On August 24th, human 
rights activist Harry Wu set 
foot on American soil after 
being imprisoned in China 
for 66 days. 



The 12th annual 

MTV Viedo Music Awards 

was hosted by Dennis Miller 
at Raido City Music Hall in 
New York City. 



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Colin Powell embarked on 
a cross-country book tour in 
September to promote his 
autobiography, My American 
Journey. 



Nuclear Protest - September 
5th, France resumed under- 
ground nuclear testing when 
it detonated a device in 
the South Pacific. World wide 
protests and criticism 
preceded the nuclear test. 





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Hillary Clinton 

spoke to the United Nation's 
4th World Conference 
on Women in China on 
September 5th. 



Cal Ripken, 

shortstop player for 
the Baltimore Orioles, 
played his 2,131st 
consecutive baseball 
game on September 6th. 



On September 9, 1995, 
Germany's Steffi Graf 
emerged as #1 in women's 
tennis as she beat Monica 
Seles in New York to win 
her fourth U.S. Open title. 



On September 28th 
a Middle Peace 

Accord was signed 
between Israel and 
the PLO. 



Pope John Paul II visited 
the United States for 
five days. He celebrated 
outdoor Mass in both 
New York and NewJersey. 



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On October 3rd, the "trial of 
the century" finally ended. 
O.J. Simpson was acquitted 
in the June 12, 1994, 
stabbing murder of his 
former wife, Nicloe Brown 
Simpson, and her friend, 
Ronald Goldman. 



Hurricane Opal, the third - 
costliest storm in U.S. History 
went ashore on Florida's Gulf 
Coast, October 4th, killing at 
least 20 people and causing 
at least $1,8 billion in 
damages. 



Around 1AM on October 9th 
the derailment of Amtrak's 
Sunset Limited sent four of 
its cars into a gulch 30 feet 
below the trestle. 



On October 16th hundreds 
of thousands of African- 
American men converged 
in Washington D.C. to rally 
for unity and brootherhood 
in the Million Man March. 






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cheering thousands that 
'people really want peace. 1 



U.S Troops arrived in Bosnia 

on December 24, 1995. 



Super Bowl XXX 

On January 18, 1996 
the Dallas Cowboys 
won their third Super 
Bowl in four seasons. 




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The Torch 




Theatre Company 
Student Activities Board 


Clubs & 


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Catholic Student Organization 


"We are all individuals, 


American Society of Mechanical Engineers 


but we share common goals. " 


Sigma Tau Gamma 




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Political Science Association 




UMass Aviation Club 




Rotaract Club 




Equestrian Club 


Woman's Lacrosse 




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This year the Equestrian Team at 
UMass Dartmouth competed in 9 
intercollegiate horse shows. At 
each show, the team competed 
against 15 colleges. Two members 
of the equestrian team, which 
practices at Quansett Farm in Westport 
with Susan Yacubian, qualified for 
the Regional Final. 




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Political Science Association 



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Men's 1st Team 
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2nd Team All League 

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The Corsairs posted a 10-5-3 
overall record, finishing 4-2 for third in 
the LEC behind champion Plymouth 
State College. The Corsairs were invited 
to the 1995 ECAC Division III New 
England Tournament, marking their sixth 
consecutive tournament appearance 
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In their second season under Coach Jim 
Cook, the Corsairs' men's soccer 
team posted a 6-8-2 record. Dan Sousa 
(Fall River, MA) concluded his career 
at UMass Dartmouth by being named to 
the LEC All Conference First Team for 
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With 21 underclassmen on the 
opening game roster, Coach Marilyn Ritz 
knew she had a young team that 
was going to need some time to develop. 
After their first 1 3 games, UMass 
Dartmouth was an admirable 7-5-1 with 
five games remaining in the season. 
But after their 2-1 victory over Merrimack 
College, the Corsairs were shut out 
five straight games, including a tough 1-0 
overtime loss to a strong Clark University 
team. The scoring drought resulted 
in a five-game losing streak, closing out 
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The UMass Dartmouth cheerleaders took 
first place at the Fourth Annua 
Invitational Cheerleading Competition 
held this fall at Emerson College. 
The Corsairs' squad, under the direction 
of Lisa Cabral finished first in the 
small co-ed college category. 





Coach Stephanie Ponte's volleyball team 
posted its second consecutive 
winning season with a 16-14 record. At 
the LEC Tournament played at 
Eastern Connecticut this fall, the Corsairs 
posted a 1 -2 set record with a 6-7 
record in matches in the four-team 
tournament. UMass Dartmouth dropped 
a 3-2 decision to Western Connecticut, 
defeated Rhode Island College 3-1 
before losing 3-1 to the tournament host 
and champion, Eastern Connecticut. 
Stephanie King (Acton, MA) was 
the Corsairs' representative on the All- 
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After winning 25 of 26 games, going 14- 
for another ECAC Central title, and 
running off 17 straight victories heading 
into their second straight ECAC North- 
Central-South Championship game, 
UMass Dartmouth fell one goal shy of 
successfully defending the championship. 
The top-seeded Corsairs saw their dreams 
of a second straight championship 
season disappear in a thrilling 2-1 over- 
time loss to Fitchburg State College at 
Hetland Arena in New Bedford. 

End of the year statistics proved the 
Corsairs to be the top scoring offensive 
team in college ice hockey for the '95/'96. 
According to the final NCAA statistics for 
teams in Divisions I, II and III, UMass 
Dartmouth scored an average of 6.44 
goals per game (1 74 goals, 27 games) to 
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After beating Bridgewater State College, 
73-59, on December 7, 1995, 
improving her team's record to 3-2 on the 
young season, UMass Dartmouth 
women's basketball coach Cathy 
Houtman could have never guessed how 
the rest of her team's season would turn 
out. A rash of injuries to starters 
and replacements depleted the Corsairs' 
roster periodically throughout the season 
and despite a lack of players, 
UMass Dartmouth came dangerously 
close to upsetting some of the 
top teams in New England. In the end, 
however, the Corsairs finished 5-20 for 
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For the fifth straight season, 
UMass Dartmouth's men's basketball 
team captured the LEC regular 
season championship. But a semi-final 
loss to the eventual tournament 
champions, Western Connecticut State 
University, was enough to keep 
the Corsairs, ranked fourth in the NCAA 
New England Men's Division III 
Northeast Poll, out of the NCAA tourna- 
ment for the first time since 1 991-92. 
The 1995-96 regular season title 
was UMass Dartmouth's seventh regular 
season title in the 10-year history 
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Conference championship were the highlights 
of the 1996 University of Massachusetts 
Dartmouth men's tennis season. Only a 5-4 
loss to Salem State on April 23 prevented 
Coach Warren Preti's (7th season, 54-25-1, 
.681) Corsairs from a perfect season. 

UMass Dartmouth entered the 1996 Little 
East Conference (LEC) Championships having 
won their first seven matches of the season. 

The Corsairs' completely dominated the 
LECtournament, sweeping all six singles and 
three doubles flights enroute to their first 
conference tennis championship. The Corsairs 
accumulated 27 points to easily outdistance 
second-place Plymouth State (16) and the rest 
of the field. UMass Dartmouth singles players 
went 14-0 and its doubles players posted 
a perfect 7-0 mark in the two-day tournament 
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Wheaton College eliminated sixth-seeded 
UMass Dartmouth from the ECAC 
Division III Softball Tournament and closed 
out the Corsairs' 1996 season. Coach 
Marilyn Ritz's Corsairs finished the season 
with five straight losses after winning 
11 of 1 5 games heading into the final 
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Second-seeded UMass Dartmouth was 
eliminated from the ECAC Division 
tournament following a 10-6 loss 
to seventh-seeded Massachusetts Mari- 
time Academy at Tufts University. The 
loss closed out UMass Dartmouth's 
1996 season and snapped a five game 
winning streak. The Corsairs finished the 
season by winning eleven of their 
final thirteen after going 9-13 through 
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Homecoming Week 

1 1 . Jimmy Tingle Comedy Shov 

12. Bonfire and Rally 

13. Homecoming "Super Rat" 

14. Homecoming Tailgate 




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8. Frank Santos 
30. Denny Dent 

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The Homecoming Bonfire Pep 
Rally is a way to elevate 
school spirit and team intensity. 
Representatives from each 
sports team were present; as well 
as a large crowd of spectators. 




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Jimmy Tingle 

Jimmy Tingle's '77 "Uncommon 
Sense" A One Man Show 

October 11,1995 
Main Auditorium 

After Star Search and Johnny 
Carson, Jimmy Tingle 77 found 
"Uncommon Sense." Held over 
during the summer by popular demand 
at the Hasty Pudding Theater in 
Cambridge, Jimmy Tingle's show was 
always sold out. Rave reviews by 
the Boston media place Jimmy Tingle's 
presentation of social and political 
commentary in the must see category. 






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Alumni Rat 
October 13, 1995 
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Eisteddfod-Festival of 

Traditional Music, Dance and Crafts 





Denny Dent and His Two Fisted Art Attack 

November 30, 1995, Main Auditorium 

Denny Dent came to the corridors of UMD to delight a crowd of 
hundreds. During his time on stage he energetically painted famous 
people while jamming to great music. Dent, a master of communi- 
cation and art puts on more than a show; he is an inspiration. While 
on stage he speaks of sucess. The definition Dent gives for sucess is 
to find something that you truly enjoy doing; and that, not your 
ncome will define your sucess. At the end of the show the audience 
decided on what painting would stay at the school (if it doesn't 
get stolen again). The portrait of Jimi Hendrix was selected. It now 
hangs in the Campus Center. 




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Minneapolis Gospel Sound 
February 7, 1996 




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Bale'Folclorico da Bahia 
February 13, 1996 




Theatre Company 



Philadelphia Here I Come 

by Brian Friel 
November 2-5, 1995 



Marvin's Room 

by Scott McPherson 
February 22-25, 1996 



Damn Yankees 

May 2-5, 1996 



Amadeus 

by Peter Shaffer 

September 28-October 1, 1995 



Annie 

by Charles Strause & 
Martin Charnin 
December 7-10, 1995 



The Odd Couple 

by Neil Simon 
March 28-31, 1996 




Director: Angus Bailey 
President: Bradford Blake 
Vice president: Andrew Viera 
Press Secretary: Tom Giammalvo 
Ticket Manager: Mishana Bigonahy 



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April 19, 1996 



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capacity crowd of 500 people on the ship. To 
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30. Final Senior Rat 

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May 31, 1996 
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Commencement 
June 2, 1996 

With the sun on their faces, decorations 
on their mortarboards and parents 
smiling on their accomplishments from 
the audience, 1,188 graduates stepped 
forward to receive their degrees 
June 2, 1996 in the Vietnam Veterans 
Peace Amphitheater. 

Chancellor Peter H. Cressy introduced the 
class of 1996 with "great joy. " "This is 
truly a very special class. This has been a 
class of leadership," he said. 

Class President Jennifer G. Sanchez said 
she and her classmates "will look 
back on this campus as an old home and 
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The class heard much advice and many 

compliments, like those from 

UMass President William M. Bulger who 

told them they had graduated 

from "one of the greatest universities in 

the country and you can be proud of it. ' 

Yet no words rang truer or more 
forcefully than those of commencement 
speaker Elie Weisel. Although he 
began his talk with humor, he exorted the 
graduates to "get busy and right the 
world." Wiesel was presented with an 
honorary doctrate of humane letters. 






Commencement Address: Elie Wiesel 

Elie Wiesel, survivor of Auschwitz and 
Buchenwald concentration camps, has used 
his personal experience of the Holocaust 
to defend human rights and peace throughout 
the world as an author of more than 
thirty five books, teacher and storyteller. 

He has defended the cause of Soviet 
Jews, Nicaragua's Miskito Indians, Argentina's 
"disappeared", Cambodian refugees, the 
Kurds, South African apartheid victims, famine 
victims in Africa, and recently the victimas 
and prisoners in former Yugoslavia. He is a 
devoted supporter of Isreal. 

Weisel's efforts have earned him the Presiden- 
tial Medal of Freedom, the United States 
Congressional Gold Medal and the Medal of 



Liberty Award, the rank of Grand Officer 
in the French Legion of Honor, and in 1986, 
the Nobel Peace Prize. He is the Andrew 
W. Mellon Professor in the Humanities at 
Boston University. 

His commencement address went as such: 
...I speak to you really as a student, as 
someone who is still engaged in the noble 
activity of learning. For me, a teacher, 
what is important is to stay, is to remain a 
student. Believe me, the best teachers 
that you had here, very good ones, they will 
tell you, if they haven't told you already, 
they are here in the classroom not only 
to teach you, but to learn with you, even to 
learn from you. There is a saying in 
Talmudic literature, a very good master said, 
"What I have learned from my teachers, 
more I have learned from my friends. And 
more than I have learned from my 
friends, I have learned from my pupils." But 
then, once you become a student, when 
you are young, you learn and you don't even 
know it, that you will continue to learn 
to the end of your days. ..Take another disease 
which is fanaticism, hatred. Hatred. You 
cannot say that God, or history or destiny is 
responsible for the hatred a human being 
feels for another one. And if you have learned 
here what I am sure you have learned, the 
magnificence, the intensity of learning, then 
you have learned how to fight hatred. 
Why? Because when you study Greek or 
Shakespeare, or mathematics, or nursing or 
anything, you have learned the meaning 
of the word tolerance. Even the minorities 
have the right to be heard. In ancient philoso- 
phy, we know what they said to each other, 
and we know how they took it. You have 
learned that ideas are all as varied as ques- 
tions. Answers to people, not questions. When 
I would come home from my religious 
school, in my little town, my Mother would 
never ask me, "Did you have a good answer 
in class?" She would ask "Did you have 
a good question to ask?" It is the question 
that defines the human being and his or her 
capacity and desire for learning. And so, 
my good young friends, remember that not all 
questions can be answered. But also remem- 



ber not to stop asking them. ..What else 
have I learned here? I have learned in my life, 
I have learned to avoid humiliation. We 
were victims of humiliation. And humiliation 
ultimately means self-humiliation. Any 
person who wants to humiliate because of 
fanaticism, that person has already 
humiliated himself or herself. In other words, 
we must fight, with every fiber of your 
being and your, spirit, body and mind. 
Fanaticism and racism are stupid. In addition 
to being unfair and unjust, they are stupid. To 
think that a person, because of his or her 
color is less worthy than you are, is stupid. We 
have seen it and it is ugly. And, therfore, 
the best way of fighting racism is to expose it. 
Expose the hideous, ugly face of racism. 
And then, my good young friends and fellow 
graduates, after all, we have seen that 
fanticism is growing in this life. We have in 
Europe, the right wing extremists, in France, 
le pen, in Germany, the skin-heads, the 
neo-Nazis and the right wing Flemish, so many 
fanatics in the world that it is dangerous even 
to think of what they could do if they 
gained power. In conclusion, I have learned 
that evil is indifference. Anger may be positive. 
You are angry because of certain injustices 
and you fight it. Indifference is never positive. 
Anger can be the beginning of a process. 
You are angry because there is war.. .What can 
you teach if you are indifferent or if your 
students are indifferent? How can you be a 
friend to your friend if he or she is indifferent? 
How can you love if you are indifferent? 
Indifference is the opposite of anything you 
believe in.., of anything that makes us 
human beings. ..We are all responsible for one 
another and as the great philosopher 
Emmanuel Levinas said, I, more so. And every 
one of you more so. Which means we are 
responsible for our teachers. It is their faith in 
you that must be justified by you as well, 
as they were responsible for you and there- 
fore, I, as a good student, I teach you or 
share with you one more virtue. And that is 
gratitude. Believe me, unless we are capable 
of that virtue, open to it, we are missing 
something. And so thank you for being here, 
for doing what you have done, for achieving 
so much in four short, but endless years. 



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Board of Trustees 

Daniel A. Taylor 
Chairperson 

Robert J. Haines 
Vice Chairperson 

Brian Andiolo 

Daniel E. Bogan 

Grace K. Fey 

Henberto Flores 

Michael T. Foley 

William E. Giblin 

Charles Hoff 

Robert S. Karam 



Myra H. Kraft 
Peter K. Lewenberg 
Orgetta V. McNeil 
Matthew Morrissey 
John M. Naughton 
James F. O'Leary 
John J. Okray 
John William Poduska 
Daniel Rivera 
Michael J. Sentance 
Rina K. Spence 
Timothy Sweeney 




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There sits on the bookshelf, behind my office 
desk at the University, a framed statement, 
anonymously written, entitled My Creed. It was 
given to me by a dear friend, Barbara Bell-Nay, 
SMU Class of 78 because she felt that it not only 
expressed something of her own personal 
life view but mine as well. She was right. It does. 
I pass it along to you for whatever saner, 
more sensible understanding of life's mystery that 
its simple insights and recognitions may evoke 
in you as it does in me. 

Dean Donald C. Howard 



My Creed 

In some way, however small or secret, each of us is a little 
mad...Eveyone is lonely at bottom and cries to be 
understood; but we can never entirely understand some- 
one else, and each of us remains part stranger even 
to those who love us. ..It is the weak who are cruel, 
gentleness can only be expected from the strong... Those 
who do not know fear are not really brave, for courage is 
the capacity to confront what can be imagined... You 
can understand people better if you look at them, no 
matter how old or impressive they may be, as if they are 
children. For most of us never mature; we simply 
grow taller.. .Happiness comes only when we push our 
brains and hearts to the farthest reaches of which 
we are capable. ..The purpose of life is to matter, to count, 
to stand for something, to have it make some difference 
that we lived at all... 



A Letter from the Co-Editor's 




Balance. Balance is not a word thought 
of daily but that word effects each of us every 
single day. Balance is used throughout our 
lives; as our parents let us go to college to find 
our own lives, we had many decisions to 
make on our best judgement. Finally, we chose 
what we wanted, anything from friends to 
classes, to go out or to stay in and study, we 
were the master's of our fate, our destiny 
was in our own hands. 

At this time we run into another point of 
letting go, as our parents let go of us, we are 
to let go of youth and jump into adulthood. 
We are never to return to the campus in 
North Dartmouth as undergraduate students, 
rather it will be our choice to come back, for 
homecoming or to watch the beautiful 
sunset from the Campus Center. It is now our 
turn to think about the future and the balances 
we must have between work and play, 
family and friends, and the physical and mental 
condition of ourselves. 

This is just one phase of our life coming to a 
close, the new choices brought to us 
are enormous; to get a job, to go to graduate 
school, to live off of Mom and Dad for 
just one more year; the choice is yours but 
always remember in order to become 
sucessful, balance must exist in our lives. 



As our term as co-editor's-in-chief ends we 
would like to congratulate our fellow 
classmates on recieving their degrees. Our 
years at the University of Massachusetts 
Dartmouth have been full of trials and 
tribulations, but they will all remain precious 
memories for the Class of 1 996. 

We feel that this is amazing that you are 
reading this right now. This is the book that 
almost wasn't. In September 1995 there 
was no editor-in-chief, and there wasn't one 
until mid-January, when two people who 
barely knew how to run an organization such 
as the Yearbook stepped in. When we 
first decided to run the Yearbook, we thought 
piece of cake, we make a book, what else 
is new, we have been doing this for the past 
three years in class. Well, we learned a lot. 
In January our staff from the Fall semester had 
fallen apart, there was no money in 
our budget, and there was no event coverage 
from the first semester. A most dismal 
situation to find yourself in. The Yearbook is 
one of the most important organizatons on 
campus but we found it with absolutely 
no organization at all. We were left with the 
pick up of a disaster area. We did exactly that, 
the burden was left to two sets of shoulders 
who among other things had to worry about 
graduating this year. Well be amazed, we 
overcame a huge feat; by April we had money 
to work with, thanks to the Student Fees and 
Allocations Committee, staff had changed, 
and we found help from organizations such as 
SAB and the Torch to rectify what had 
happened first semester. There were a few key 
players in this reorganization who we would 
like to thank. Thank you Dean Donald C. 
Howard and Barbara Costa-Without you the 
book could not have been produced; 
Norvall Garnett-We thank you for always 
being there, at any hour to answer our many 
stupid questions or to just give us advice; 
Dietmar Winkler-We thank you for your much 



needed critiques we have had, not only on 
this endeavor but on all academic endeavors 
we have faced in the past two years, you 
have made a lasting impression on both of us; 
to the whole Scrimshaw Staff, Thank You, 
without your help and dedication through the 
rough times we would have never made it, 
special kudos go to Catherine Nyquist, Laura 
Stout, and Chandra M. Keyser. Well the 
book itself was still a piece of cake, we made a 
damn good book and we hope you enjoy 
your 1996 Scrimshaw, dubbed the book that 
almost wasn't. 

See you at Homecoming... 

Joyce Davis Anne Marie Naughton 

Co- Editors-in-Chief 

RS. Thank you Anne, your undying work ethic 
will get you far in life; I am eternally 
grateful to your efforts on thel 996 Yearbook, 
and from your support as a friend. 
Remember all the good times.. .Hello my name 
is burp. ..TOM. 

RS. Thank you for all of your hard work on the 

1996 Scrimshaw, Joyce. You truly are 
ingenious! I wish you the best of luck with the 

1997 Yearbook, and attaining your 

second bachelor's. NADAKEY Designs. ..maybe 

someday. Remember all the good 

times. ..TOM, your phone is ringing, answer it. 

RS. Sorry TOM, you've taken too much abuse. 
Did you actually think it would end? Good 
Luck with Campus Design and your new staff! 




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