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To the class of 2004: 



It has been my pleasure and honor to create this book for my fellow graduates of 2004. 
In your hands you hold the 2004 Scrimshaw. I have an enormous amount of pride in this book 
and the staff that helped to create it. This book is the culmination of a lot of hard work by 
a group of very dedicated students. Creating the 2004 Scrimshaw was a more difficult task 
than any previous Scrimshaw staff had encountered. 

Last year, as the Life Section Editor for the Scrimshaw I learned a great many things, specifically, 
how much work it takes to publish a yearbook. We had worked an entire year to create 
a beautiful publication. The hard work of last year's editor Lara Henderson and myself continued 
through finals week and into the summer months. We both endured many sleepless nights 
in our office designing pages and typing articles. We devoted the majority of our time doing 
interviews, taking photographs, and researching for an entire year. Just before our final 
deadline in early August 2003, our new Macintosh G4 computer, which housed all of our work 
was stolen. A heartless, evil soul broke into our office and stole everything that we had 
worked so hard to complete. Along with our new computer they stole our pride. 

Our August 1 st deadline came and passed, we had nothing to submit. Lara's term as editor 
in chief was coming to an end, and I was to soon take her place as the 2004 editor. September 
was just around the corner and along with it, my senior year of college. The task I had before 
me was, I admit, overwhelming. I had to put all of my ideas for the 2004 Scrimshaw on hold until 
the graduating class of 2003 had their yearbooks in hand. I made a promise to myself that the 
class of 2003 would have their books before the end of 2003. I also promised Lara that I would 
do everything that I could to make sure that the 2003 Pook fulfilled her vision. We pieced together 
everything we could and after the most intense three-month production schedule in the history 
of this student organization, I'm sure, the 2003 Scrimshaw Yearbook was completed (again) and 
sent to print on December 1 2, 2003. It shipped the following week and most graduates had 
received their books by Christmas. We did it. 

I was very proud and relieved to have completed the impossible. My pride in the Scrimshaw 
had been revived. I had winter break to catch by breath, and dove head first into the production 
of the 2004 Scrimshaw. We had the task of creating two yearbooks in one year, with one staff, 
and one budget. This book could not have been possible without the help of some dedicated 
staff memPers. Our Business Manager, Charles Miller has been through thick and thin with 
the Scrimshaw Yearbook organization for the last two years. He has been the stability in this 
organization when things got crazy, and they were pretty crazy most of the time. He will be my 
successor as editor-in-chief for 2005, and I know that he will create a book that will bring this 
organization to a new level. Thank you Charles for all your hard work. 

Being the Editor-in-chief of the Scrimshaw, an Assistant Residence Director, a Residence Assistant, 
and a Computer Science major often created an imbalance of focus and a very busy schedule. 
I have a lot of great friends and a loving, supportive family to thank for helping me get through 
it all. My time here at UMass Dartmouth is coming to a quick end. I really don't know what the future 
holds right now, but I know there will be many good things to come. I know that the people and 
experiences that I have known here at UMass Dartmouth will always have a special place in my 
heart. Don't ever forget this place and the people you met here. They make up an important 
part of who we all are and who we will be. 



Eddie Goodwin 




2004 Scrimshaw Editor-in-Chief 



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To the Class of 2004, 



Congratulations on your achievement. Your success, made possible by the 
support of mentors, friends and your family, gives us all great hope for the future 
of our Commonwealth and nation. 

On behalf of the University of Massachusetts, I wish you the best in all of your endeavors, 
trusting that the lessons learned at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth will inspire 
your actions and guide you in a life of learning. 



Sincerely, 





Jack M. Wilson 
President 



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Chancellor 



Dear Class of 2004: 



More than ever in the history of the world you will be judged by what you know and 
how you use that knowledge. Over the course of your life, what you need to know will 
change frequently, so keep learning. Embrace the satisfaction of your accomplish- 
ment, but do not rest. 



Thanks to your own personal effort and the support of family and friends, you are 
joining a privileged minority of people around the globe who have had the opportunity 
of higher education. You now have an obligation to use your knowledge and your 
capacity to learn to answer a higher calling. Beyond your worthy professional pursuits, 
be sure to use your hard-earned good fortune to advance a cause bigger than youself . 

We welcome you to continue your relationship with the Unirversity as proud alumni. Drop 
in or send us an email to let us know about your pursuits and involvements. We will do 
our best to assit you in any way possible and will keep you informed about how Umass 
Dartmouth continues to effectively serve our students and the Commonwealth. 



Best wishes in all of your endeavors. 



Most sincerely, 



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I Jean F. MacCormack 
VyChancellor 



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Michael Steinman 

College of Arts and Sciences 



Raymond Jackson 

Charlton College of Busniess 




John Laughton 

College of Visual ana Performing Arts 



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Susan Costa 

Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs 



Donald C, Howard 

Dean Emeritus 





Thomas J. Curry 

Vice Chancellor, Academic Affairs 



Michael R. Laliberte 
Assistant Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs 





Louis Esposito 

Provost and Vice Chancellor of 

Academic Affairs 



Donald L. Zekan 

Vice Chancellor, Adminstative 
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Congratulations Class of 2004! 



These past four years have been filled with 
memories, struggles and accomplishments. 
Now is the time of reflection. We can look 
around and see those people that have been 
there to support us; our professors, friends 
and family. The small steps that we took as 
freshmen have progressed into the journey 
that we will take in our future. We will be the 
scientists, the artists, and the businessmen. 
We will make a difference. We are the class 
of 2004. 



Senior Cla ss Officers 



From Left to Right: 

Joanne Jaber (Vice President), Monica Brito (President), 

Jessica Simmons (Secretary), Todd Cabral (Treasurer). 



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2004 Scrimshaw Student of the Year 

Jarrad Plante 



It has become tradition for the Scrimshaw 
staff to select a student from the graduat- 
ing class and feature their dedication to 
the university in a student profile in the 
yearbook. This year's student of the year 
is Jarrad Plante. Jarrad, the president of 
the Golden Key Honour Society has been 
a Resident Assistant, and has organized 
many programs across campus includ- 
ing the annual Residence Hall Softball 
season. He traveled to Alabama on his 
spring break to participate in the Habitat for 
Humanity program. He is a graduate of the 
class of 2004, Magna Cum Laude. Jarrad 
attended UMass rallies at the State House 
in Boston in 2002 and 2003, and was 
photographed in both the 2002 and 2003 
Scrimshaw for doing so. 




How did you first become involved on 
campus? 

My first year here I took part in the fresh- 
man leadership symposium, That opened 
many doors of opportunity for me. I got to 
meet a lot of great people who would help 
me out for the next three years that I was 
here. [Director of Student Activities] Jamie 
Jacquart was one of the people who or- 
ganized the symposium and he would be 
resource to me later in my UMD career. 

Where did you go from there? 

I met Samma Gamel, an English teacher 
who recommended me to work in the Writ- 



ing and Reading Center. I worked there for 
seven semesters as a tutor and mentor. I 
did workshops and got to work with interna- 
tional students. This past semester I worked 
on a newsletter to keep students informed 
of what we were doing at the Writing and 
Reading Center. 
My sophomore year, I attended the "Save 
UMass" rally in Boston in hopes to lower 
student fees and prevent an increase in 
tuition. That rally was definitely a positive 
experience. It helped me to become more 
aware of the community. It fit right in with 
what I was learning in the classroom. Things 
like the presidential election were happen- 



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ing then too. I became much more knowl- 
edgeable about what was going on in the 
state. For a state that is so affluent its a shame 
that they don't value higher education as they 
should. They need to come here and see what 
we have to offer, and experience the UMass 
Dartmouth community. 

What things were you involved in your 
Junior year? 

That was really when things got busy for me. 
My junior year was my first year as an RA, in 
Phase I, now Roberts Hall. I was very fortunate 
to have great staff members and fellow RAs. 
We formed a tight bona, so much so that we 
still meet up as a group. It's very important to 
me that I keep in touch with all the people that 
I've met here. They are people that were very 
important to me and I want to make sure that I 
keep in contact with them. 

Can you describe your experience as an 
RA? 

When you're an RA, its a big part of your 
life. It starts right when you start RA training. You 
meet a lot of people right at the beginning, 
and keep on meeting people throughout the 
year. The job goes far beyond the job descrip- 
tion. The programs we put on that year in 
Phase I were great. We aid about 1 programs 
each semester. We tried to reach out to the 
whole buiiaing community. We did everything 
from whiffle ball tournaments to Chinese stir fry 
night on Chinese new year, We had a Septem- 
ber 1 1 th one year anniversary remembrance, 
ana that was very moving for a lot of people. 
I really feel that we did an excellent job of 
reaching out to stuaents in our building ana 
all across campus. It was an experience I will 
never forget. 

How did you become part ot Golden Key? 

I was inducted into Goiaen Key first semes- 
ter of my junior year. I knew the president then, 
Erin, from high school. She told me all about 
Golden Key and what they did. At that time 
the organization was only two years old at 
UMD. She explained all the benefits of being 
an officer. She found out about the things I 
was involved with on campus ana recom- 
mended that I run for a position. December of 
that year, I became the presiaent. 



What was this year like for Golden Key? 

We have a group of new officers this 
year that came up with great ideas for 
Golden Key and it was great to see them 
put into practice. There was a lot more in- 
volvement with the members and we were 
able to get the word out on our events. 
We got a lot of help from a lot of different 
people. This year we were able to establish 
an office from an old storage closet. We 
haa our annual induction ceremony in 
October, ana inducted 1 70 new members. 
We had a meeting the next day and it was 
great to see so many of the new members 
there. The turnout was huge. We were able 
to retain a lot more of those new members 
that we did the year before. That means a 
lot for the future of the organization. 



What events did Golden Key sponsor this 
year? 

We do a lot of programs. We did a 
"Cards for kids" program earlier in the year 
where students came to make holiday 
cards for kids at St. Luke's hospital in New 
Bedford. We delivered over 1 00 caras. We 
teamed up with our sister chapter at UMass 
Amherst to take part in "Make a Difference 
Day". We all went to Elm Park in Worcester 
and spent the day cleaning it up. We had 
a blast. The people we met were great, 
We put on a luncheon for eiaerly. We took 
part in the "adopt a family" program for the 
holidays. We also helped campus activities 
board with Mr. UMD anO Ms. UMD. 




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April 25, 2002 Save UMass Rally in Boston (Photo from 2002 Scrimshaw) 




April 29, 2003 Public Education Rally in Boston (Photo from the 2003 Scrimshaw) 



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Moving into the Residence Halls in Fall 2003 was 
a memorable experience. There was the usual 
greeting of friends one had not seen over the 
summer and the excitement of what the new 
semester would hold. However, for many on- 
campus students moving back to the Residence 
Halls that semester was memorable for a slightly 
different reason - the overcrowding. Many residents 
quickly found themselves in the cramped space 
of temporary triples often times sharing a kitchen 
table as a desktop due to the short availability of 
furniture. Doing what they could to accommodate 
the excess numbers, housing provided three- 
drawer storage bins for the rooms with out desks 
and gave a percentage room discount to the 
individuals that in such situations. Even all the triples 
were not enough as the overfilled dorms spilled 
the extra 1 80 incoming freshmen into the local 
Days Inn hotel where they commuted to and from 
classes via scheduled Dart Van trips. It was a trying 
time for students, parents, and the housing staff 
alike but through a lot of cooperation, hard work, 
and understanding many of the triples were broken 
down by the Spring semester and all of the student 
from the Days Inn were able to return to a more 
normal living environment on campus. Fortunately, 
plans soon went into place to ensure that the same 
situation will not arise again as the University looks 
into adding new housing projects to meet the 
demand for on campus living that the environment 
of this growing community has produced. 





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With the opening of two new residence halls 
in 2003, UMass Dartmouth increased its 
resident capacity by more than 800 beds. 
Students who had enOured the frustrations of 
overcrowded dorms in the past were relieved 
with the opening of Pine Dale and Oak Glen 
Halls in the hope that they would mark the 
end of scarce on-campus housing. It only got 
worse. In one of the biggest mistakes in the 
history of this university, the residence areas 
of campus were overbooked by more than 
400 students, The office of admissions never 
communicated with the office of housing to 
determine the correct number of students 
to offer on-campus living and as a result the 
office of housing was given too many students 
and nowhere to place them. The only solution 
to this delicate problem was to place 1 80 
residents at the Days Inn in New Bedford and 
force the remaining overbookees as third 
roommates into existing double rooms. In a 
year where the housing crunch was to finally 
be resolved, the original four residence halls 
were all booked to record capacity with 1 1 2 
more students waiting to move into them. 
Students, parents and housing staff were all 
put under extreme pressure. The residential 
areas became a boiling pot for the first several 
months of the 2003-2004 academic year. 
There were too many people crammed into 
too small of an area. With the increase of 
residents, the older, worn-out buildings had 
a higher demand for maintenance, which 
the office of housing could not meet. Many 
students opted to leave the university as the 
living conditions were simply unacceptable. 
Just as quickly as students withdrew from the 
halls, new residents would move into their 
places from the Days Inn, leaving literally 
no room for relief. It would take an entire 
semester before all the students housed at 
the hotel in New Bedford would find homes on 
campus. After a semester of hotel life they felt 
exhausted. The office of housing was left with 
many unhappy customers, an extreme hotel 
bill and a further bedraggled reputation. 



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"There are just too many people on campus," says 
freshman John Tucker, "I'm late for class all the time 
because I can't find a place to park." This is an all 
too familiar frustration for many UMass Dartmouth 
commuter students. On-campus parking has been an 
increasing problem at UMass Dartmouth for the past 
five years. In 2004 the winter contributed to the problem 
as snowbanks occupied a large percentage of parking 
spots for most of the months of February and March. 
The UMD police were quick to ticket those who parked 
where the only available space could be found, The 
problem of overcrowding on campus is now finding its 
way into the classrooms. 

For the past five years UMass Dartmouth's student 
population has increased by 5% yearly. The University 
is making several attempts to increase parking and 
classroom space on campus, but for the 2003-2004 
academic year, students just had to learn to cope. 
"Many times in my Jazz Appreciation class there 
aren't enough desks for all the students. We have to 
take them from other classrooms, then they do the 
same thing to ours. It's just not fair to us. We're paying 
for this." One College of Visual and Performing Arts 
student commented. In fact, classroom space is a 
campus wide problem. The main campus was built in 
1 962, designed by Paul Rudolph, His vision expressed 
a desire for small classrooms and intimate teaching 
environments between students and professors. In 
the 1 960's the average class size at Southeastern 
Massachusetts University was under 30, Now, up to 60 
people are being forced into the same rooms. These 
buildings were not designed to handle the volume of 
students that they see on a day to day basis. The last 
major classroom additions came in the 1 980's with 
the addition of the Visual and Performing Arts building, 
also known as Group VI, and then none since the 
Dion Science and Engineering building was built later 
in the 1 980's. The two buildings fall victim to the most 
overcrowded classrooms as there are no restrictions on 
the number of students that can fit in a room, opposed 
to Group II where the desks are permanent fixtures in 
the classroom. 

In. 2003 the university made the decision to build 
a new facility for the Charlton College of Business. 
Construction began in early 2004. The majority of 
space in this new facility is dedicated to administrative 
offices and conference space., including a new office 
for the Chancellor. There will also be classroom space 
to relieve some of the overcrowded classes which are 
offered in the Charlton College of Business. 
UMass administration is interested in increasing 
classroom space in accordance with the vision to 
increase the student population in the future, but there 
are no plans to continue expansion beyond the new 
business building for 2005. 







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spf ts to be found and many parking tickets 
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UMass Dartmouth residents gather in the 
residential quad to celebrate the Red Sox 
playoff series victory of the Oakland Athletics. 







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On the night of October 6, 2003, the Boston Red 
Sox defeated the Oakland Athletics in one of the 
most exciting playoff series in Major League Baseball 
history. Minutes after Derek Lowe completed the 
game with a strikeout of Oakland's Terrence Long, 
thousands of UMass Dartmouth residents flooded 
the residential quad and surrounding areas to 
express their excitement over their team's triumphant 
victory. An estimated 2,000 residents gathered. 
After a half an hour of celebration the situation 
turned violent. Bonfires broke out, light posts were 
knocked down, and fireworks shot through the night 
sky. Furniture could be seen being thrown off the 
third floor balconies of Roberts and Chestnut Halls 
to be used to fuel the bonfires. Fire alarms sounded 
throughout every residence building, forcing the 
remainder of the resident students to the chaotic 
environment outside. After 45 minutes of chaos, 
police officers from New Bedford, Westport and Fall 
River arrived on campus in an attempt to control 
the mob. Within an hour, armed police officers 
equipped in riot gear released canines into the 
crowd. As the dogs dispersed the crowd, smaller 
groups gathered on the other side of the residence 
halls and began to vandalize cars and tip over trash 
dumpsters. One large group of rioters gathereO in 
front of the entrance to Maple Ridge Hall, blocking its 
entrance. The police then used their dogs to Preak 
up the smaller groups, arresting anyone who did not 
cooperate. After four hours, the authorities finally took 
control of the situation. The residential quad was left 
in shambles as fire fighters put out the remaining 
flames. Trash littered the area all the way to Ring 
Road. By the end of the evening 42 students had 
been arrested for crimes of resisting arrest, disorderly 
conduct, and public displays of nudity. 




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After a year of increasing anticipation, the 
new Cressy Field was unveiled in the Fall 
of 2003. For an entire year the old Cressy 
Field was left abandoned. It had previously 
been deemed unsafe for athletic use on 
the collegiate level. Through the hard work 
and dedication of the athletic department, 
a new state of the art field was constructed 
during the 2003 academic year. The football, 
soccer and lacrosse teams played their 
home games at nearby Bishop Stang High 
School in New Bedford for 2003, awaiting for 
their new come field in 2004. The football 
team recorded a perfect regular season in 
2003 without playing one down on campus. 
The homecoming was long awaited. The new 
field has a synthetic grass playing surface 
much like many modern professional arenas. 
If s the same material used on Tropicana 
Field in Tampa Bay, Florida which is the home 
of the Major League BasePall club Tampa 
Bay Devil Rays. Student athletes are thrilled 
to be able to compete on a brand new 
professional quality field. The 1 .4 million dollar 
facility will be the home of the Corsair football 
and soccer teams in the fall, and lacrosse 
teams in the spring for many years to come. 



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The ladies lacrosse team practices on the 
new synthetic surface of renovated Cressy Field. 






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Michael Moore, Oscar winning filmmaker, author 
and TV personality, came to UMass Dartmouth 
on October 9 th 2003. Moore, perhaps best 
described by Steve Feinberg as, "a hideous 
creature who has emerged from the darkness 
of Lower Earth; a place where birds do not 
fly, where fish do not swim, where the hatred 
of decency and common sense morphs into 
comedy." Some of his books include "Stupid 
White man," Down Size This," and "Dude Where's 
My Country." He is probably most known for his 
Oscar winning movie "Bowling for Columbine." 
Moore is an excellent speaker, not in the sense 
that he can flawlessly deliver a speech (he 
cannot) but in the sense that you know he's just 
a regular guy who believes in something and 
has managed to get himself up on stage. A few 
highlights from the night were, He told the crowd 
to avoid the local news and watch the daily 
show, Fox News and MSNBC took big hits, after 
talking about how Joe Scarborough asserted 
that "Michael Moore hates America," Mike 
announced he bought the domain name www. 
joescarboroughkilledhisintern.com in retaliation, 
and On Haliburton: "For every American soldier 
who gets killed, they should sacrifice a mid level 
Haliburton executive. Overall, it was an interesting 
event to say the least, when it was all said and 
done students left inspired by either his words, 
infuriated or some people both. 



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For the second time in three years 
the New England Patriots found 
themselves on the stage of the 
biggest sporting event in the world, 
Superbowl XXXVIII, In their 1 5th 
consecutive victory of the season, 
the Pats defeated the underdog 
Carolina Panthers 32-29 in one of 
the most exciting NFL championship 
games in league history. With the 
game tied at 29, kicker and Superbowl 
XXXVI hero Adam Vineteri lined up to 
kick a game winning 41 yard field 
goal with 9 seconds remaining on 
the clock. Kickers dream their whole 
lives of kicking a field goal to win 
the Superbowl. Adam Vineteri has 
done it twice. Patriots quarterback 
Tom Brady won the Superbowl most 
valuable player award for the second 
time in his career at the age of 26, 
The UMass Dartmouth campus shook 
with cheers as Vineteri's kick split the 
uprights. Residents rushed out doors 
to celebrate, but the University was 
prepared this time. 
In light of the events that transpired 
during the Red Sox playoff run, the 
Office of Housing hired (once again) 
a Mobile Police Command Unit and a 
team of armed officers to prevent any 
rowdy outbursts in the residential quad. 
There were no outbursts to be had on 
this night, Rioting was the last thing on 
any ones mind. Our team had won 
the World Football Championship for 
the second time in three years. The 
Patriots had succeeded where the 
Red Sox failed us. They had created 
a dynasty in the football world. They 
overcame all the odds and win 1 5 
consecutive games, completing their 
season with an undefeated record in 
Foxboro. 



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On February 7, 2004 the second "Ms. UMD 
Pageant" was held in the main auditorium. 
The event was sponsored by Campus 
Activities Board, Habitat for Humanity and 
the Women's Resource Center. The event 
was a huge success, with overwhelming 
turnout. The event showcased the talent of 
some of UMass Dartmouth's most beautiful 
female students. The pageant was divided 
into different competitions, including an 
evening gown and talent competition, The 
crown winner was Angela Poploski. 



The Residence Halls Congress held their 3 rd 
Annua! Date Auction Wednesday February 
25 th in the Commuter Cafe. Pamela 
Malatesta and Hardeep Jassal, both on 
RHC, were the co-hosts for the night. When 
asked about the event, Hardeep replied, 
"I thought the night was going to go well, 
but I didn't expect all these people to 
show up." The auction gathered a crowd 
of more than 1 50 people who were being 
auctioned off, bidding or just watching. 
The bidding started at $2 and went as 
high as $38 at one point. The winning 
bidder won a dinner date, provided by 
Sodexho. There were a variety of people 
being auctioned off with many comical 
and surprising descriptions of themselves. 
One of the people being auctionea off 
was John Wichser, the Director of Housing, 
was auctioned off, stating "There might be 
snow on the roof, but there's still a fire in the 
furnace," while posing for the crowd. The 
auctionees were very animated and some 
people went as far as showing a little skin or 
dressing up in a red suit. The auction went 
well and had the crowd bidding back and 
forth. Even the co-hosts joined the fun and 



were bidding for the dates. 

The event concluded with the two co- 
hosts auctioning each other off and the 
dinner. The money raised from the Date 
Auction went to help fund for Springfest on 
May 8 th , a day of activities for students put 
on by organizations around campus. 

The Date Auction is one of RHC's better 
events and just as last year, it was a huge 
success. 







48 




Jane Reardon, Ms, UMD winner of 
2003 crowns Angela Foploski Ms. 
UMD of 2004. 






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Henry Rollins visited UMass Dartmouth on 
April 20th, 2004. Rollins, a former member 
of the hardcore bands Black Flag and 
Rollins Band, has embarked on a new 
form of expression, a "spoken-word" tour 
which may prove to be his most success- 
ful experiment to date. The turnout was 
one of the largest on-campus turnouts 
for a student sponsored event during the 
2003-2004 academic year. Students 
and community members filled the up- 
per balconies of the UMass Dartmouth 
auditorium to hear Rollins speak, He 
encouraged students to get involved and 
take part in the decision making process 
in this country. He expressed his political 
views on everything from the conflict in 
Iraq to corruption in the music industry. 
He also reached the crowed with his 
unique sense of humor. He departed to 
a standing ovation by his audience and 
earned a new respect from many UMass 
Dartmouth students, 



51 



This year's annual Spring Festival was 
no aisappointment. On a beauti- 
ful spring Pay, hundreds of students 
flocked to the athletic fields to enjoy 
the activities and entertainment or- 
ganized for them. Included in the 
activities was the familiar wall climPing, 
mattress jousting, 

bungee jumping, foam dance pool, 
face painting, fake tattoos, and musi- 
cal bands performing all day long, The 
UMD Corsair mascot also indulged in 
the fun. He was even seen climbing 
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Clubs and 

Student Organizations 



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Golden Key International Honors Society 



The Golden Key International Honour 
Society chapter at UMass Dartmouth was 
created four years ago. They are one of 
335 chapters worldwide, which represent 
Golden Key International Honour Society. 
Juniors and seniors who have a GPA of 
3.5 or higher or are In the top 1 5% of their 
class who decide to join will be lifetime 
members. Once a member, one has the 
opportunity to take an active rote in many 
of their community services. 

The last annual international conference 
was held in Chicago, Illinois from July 29 th 
to August 2, 2003. Three officers attended 
and took part in learning how to lead, 
establish goals for their chapter, network 
and have lots of fun. It was aychpnce for 
the officers to bond and brainstorm ideas 
such as drafting their own vision, mission, 
and values statement. 

This year's induction ceremony was held 
on October 21 , 2003. More than 90 juniors 
and seniors joined. Active members have 
participated in many different service 
projects and fund raisers, helping those 
in need in the surrounding communities. 
They sold tickets to Donation Celebration, 
raising $450, which was used to buy 
presents for a Holiday Hope family of 
eight, St. Vincent 7 s Children and Toys 
for Tots during the holiday season. They 
helped the fraternities and. sororities with 
the 33 ,d annual Holiday Luncheon for 
the elderly, and had a Thursday night 
program where members and non- 
members came together and made over 
1 00 cards for children in St. Luke's Hospital 
in New Bedford. 




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Golden Key Officers 
Pictured: Danielle Lemeur 
(Advisor), Jairad Plante 
(President), Joyce Kfoury 
(Vice President), Jes- 
sica DevergHio (Treasure), 
Valerie Perez (Recording 
Sefcertary), Mo Abozeid 
(Corresponding Secer- 
Adam Meizinger 
(Webmaster), Diane Cruz 
(Historian) 



Spring semester, they raised money for 
the Campus Ministry to send students 
to Honduras. Their ongoing projects 
include selling candy bars and donating 
the money towards the Solar Decathlon 
and collecting eyeglasses for those who 
can't afford them. Make A Difference 
Day was spent with their sister chapter, 
UMass Amherst, The two groups cleaned 
historical parks in Worcester. They are a 
proud to have 30 active members, three 
times as many as last year and they will 
continue to grow. 





Residence Halls Congress 




The Residence Halls Congress represents 
the residents regarding the quality of 
residential living. RHC acts as a forum of 
discussion and as a medium for problems 
and needs, academic or social. We act as 
an advisory board to the Office of Housing 
and Residential Life and as a voice to the 
University administration for residents on a 
variety of topics such as; food, quality of 
life, and public health and safety. We are 
involved in a variety of important commit- 
tees. We make the difference and are the 
true voice for residents! RHC also runs a few 
programs throughout the year, ROC (fresh- 
man move-in program), Date Auction, 
Fall Fest, Springfest, Mon. Night Football, 
Welcome Back Week, Scavenger Hunt, 
Welcome Back Kits, Exam Kits, smaller pro- 
grams in each Residence Hall and much 
more. f?HC has a little bit of everything to 
offer to you/with a touch of Student Govern- 
ment with 4 little programming as well, and 
we have a great time all year long! We go 
to two fun conferences each year at other 
colleges to meet with other organizations 
like ours. The RHC Office and Activity Center 
is located in Maple Ridge Hall and is open 
during the school year. 
To focus in on this year specifically and 
our achievements. We started the year 
off with tabling at orientation and many 
people interested in joining and support- 
ing our events. Our ROC program was our 
best ever with over 200 volunteers and a 
2-day program that want smoothly. We 
had a great forum in first semester with a 
great turn out and great input as well. We 
had a variety of area programs including 




ice cream socials, Halloween Party, video 
game tournament, pizza parties, ©C finale, 
decorate your own cookie, and many 
others. The Date Auction this year had the 
most attendance ever and raised a good 
amount of money for Springfest. We held 2 
successful bibod driven In our activity center 
under the guidance, of our community ser- 
vice liaison, Our Alcohol Awareness com- 
mittee also had a great program called 
Stages. Our last event of the school year 
was our Springfest, which RHC founded 
years ago. This year it was bigger, better, 
and our best yet with collaboration with 
CAB, Student Activities, and Housing. RHC 
had an amazingly year and looks back on 
it in a positive way. RHC did a lot of hard 
committee and executive board work. 




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Pride Alliance 



The Pride Alliance was created so that 
there is a place on the Umass Dartmouth 
campus where LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, 
Bisexual, Transgender) people can go and 
meet other LGBT people and allies to talk 
about all sorts of things ranging from issues 
in the gay community to what everyone is 
planning on doing over the weekend, The 
Pride Alliance also serves as an information 
center for those students on campus 
who want to know more about the LGTBT 
community and LGBT issues. 



Student Senate 



The Student Senate has had a great 
year, one that all of our Senators can be 
proud of. We have all worked very hard 
to represent the students and we hope 
that we have also in some way made 
your experience at UMD a little better. 
Both visibly, and behind the scenes, the 
Senate works with students, administrators, 
and state legislators to try to establish a 
unified student voice in the complicated 
bureaucracy that is public higher 
education. Our members come from all 
corners of the campus, and sacrifice their 
time and effort to make sure that students 
remain the priority at UMD. 

On behalf of the entire Senate, I wish to 
congratulate all of the graduating seniors 
on a successful career here at UMass. As 



a graduating senior myself, I would like 
to wish the best of luck to all remaining 
students in the completion of their time 
here. And to all the remaining Senators we 
are leaving behind, don't forget to find your 
FIRE! (Burning desire. Senate scorches!) 

- Ryan Desrosiers 




Bottom Right: Ryan Desrosiers, Student Senate President 



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Campus Activites Board C^J 



The Campus Activity Board has haa a very 
active year. With traaitional events such 
as the Miss UMD and Mr. UMD pageants, 
as well as One Ton Sundae, Harvest Fest, 




the Spring Ball ana Spring Fest, CAB has 
kept the campus moving. Afternoon 
events delighted students with Petween 
class fun such as Gel Scenes, Dance 
Dance Revolution, Arcade Games, ana 
Wax Hands. Some new exciting events 
this year incluaed Rock Clirnbing, Exotic 
Animals, and Flip^hotos, which were all a 
huge success. Night events such as The 
Art of Kissing, Hypnotist Stev^ Taubman, 
ana the ^capella group Chapter 6 gave 
the students a break from their studies. 
The year was also filled with monthly trips 
to see the Boston Celtics and a variety of 
Broaaway shows including RENT, Lion King, 
and Hairspray. 




Dance Team 



The UMD Dance Team started in the Spring 
of 2003 by the current captains, Angela 
Poploski, Mai-Lis Hohmeister, and Heather 
Borgeson with only tweleve members. With 
an overwhelming turnout auring the Fall 
2003 tryouts, the club grew with sixteen 
talented members. Througout the year 
they pertormea in many shows and won 
secona place in the "Drop It Like Ws HoT 
competition for their amazing hip-hop 
moves. 

The captains wouia like to thank Christine 
Carra and Linda Nawachiikwu for their hara 
work ana aedication to the team. They 
would also like to thank their advisor Louise 
Bouarea who has gone above and beyond 
her duty as an advisor. 





59 




heatre 



The Umass Dartmouth Theater Company 
is an all student run theatrical production 
company. They perform four main stage 
production every year, two plays, and 
two musicals. They serve as an outlet for 
all those interested in theatre arts at the 
university. 




60 





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20 Cent Fiction is a Theatre Company that 
puts an alternative theatre that mainstream 
theatre companies tend not to do. They 
have perform the Rocky Horror Picture Show 
every Halloween, Little Shop of Horrors, 
The Princess Bride, Waiting for Godot; ; The 
Respectable Prostitute, No Exit, Sex Drugs 
and Rock N' Roll, The Dancing Fiend, and 
the Complet Works of William Shakespeare 
Abridged. They have also done random 
movie nights, open mics, and stage shows. 




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Head Coach: William Cavanaugh (1 4th Season, 78-54) 

Asst. Coaches: Charles Allaire, Steve Prew, Dan Starkie, Bill Connolly, Roger 

Saraiva, and Chris O'Day 

Captains: John Falcone, Tom Koska, and Matt O'Day 

Trainers: Louise Goodrum and Wendy Kirby ' 

SID: Bill Gathright 





1 


Teixeira, Valdemeiro 


Jr 


50 


Mosca, Matt 


Fr 


2 


Walsh, Ryan 


So 


51 


Tepper, Ryan 


Fr 


3 


Homol, Wayne 


So 


53 


Milar, Mike 


So 


4 


Bealby, Derek 


So 


54 


Miranda, Dave 


So 


6 


Marino, Bryan 


So 


55 


Faber, Andy 


Fr 


7 


Pimental, Chad 


Sr 


56 


Brandon Barry 


Sr 


8 


Theriauit, Shawn 


Sr 


57 


Milian, Andy 


Fr 


9 


Falcone, John 


Sr 


58 


Rank, Tom 


Sr 


10 


Calden, Joe 


So 


62 


Roque, Tim 


Fr 


14 


Koska, Tom 


Sr 


64 


Bosh, Dave 


Sr 


15 


Bleakley, Mike 


So 


65 


Clifford, Nick 


Fr 


16 


Knill, Victor 


Sr 


67 


Hajder, Grant 


Jr 


17 


O'Day, Matt 


Sr 


68 


Hansen, Mike 


Fr 


18 


McCarthy, Eric 


Fr 


70 


White, Mike 


Jr 


22 


Marino, Jason 


Sr 


71 


Correia, Gary 


So 


24 


Berroa, Jason 


Jr 


72 


Garten, James 


Fr 


26 


Gaccione, Eric 


Sr 


73 


Shea, Mike 


Fr 


27 


Humphries, Jamison 


Fr 


75 


Gaw, Robert 


Jr 


28 


Blanchard, Dave 


Fr 


76 


Denning, James 


So 


29 


Nickley, J.T, 


Jr 


77 


Cunningham, Robert 


Fr 


32 


Akillian, Tom 


Jr 


78 


Rose, Charles 


Jr 


33 


Mahoney, Tom 


Sr 


79 


Richard, Dave 


Jr 


34 


Walters, Stephen 


Sr 


80 


Cruz, Victor 


So 


35 


Tadeau, Jon 


Fr 


81 


Daniel, Nate 


So 


36 


Angelo, Marco 


So 


83 


Junkins, Billy 


Fr 


37 


Francis, Josh 


Fr 


87 


Sullivan, Sean 


Fr 


40 


Addo, Ernest 


So 


90 


Rashkovetsky, Philp 


Sr 


41 


Regan, John 


Fr 


91 


Anzaldei, Greg 


Fr 


43 


Nwosu, Ginikachi 


Fr 


92 


Moeckel, Matt 


So 


44 


Tieuli, Mike 


Sr 


94 


Andenmotten, Joe 


So 


45 


Matt Burke 


Sr 


95 


Marshall, Josh 


Sr 


46 


Lopes, Louis 


So 


96 


Santos, Matt 


Fr 


47 


Sulllivan, Alex 


Sr 


97 


Dolabony, Jack 


So 


48 


McCarthy, Ryan 


Fr 









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UMass Dartmouth defeats Worcester 
State, 21-7 in Northeast ECAC Champi- 
onship Bowl Game 

Shawn Theriault rushed for 21 7 yards on 43 
carries and a touchdown to lead UMass 
Dartmouth to a 21 -7 victory over Worcester 
State College in the 2003 Northeast ECAC 
Championship game Saturday at Cressy 
Field. 

The career leading rusher at UMass 
Dartmouth, Theriault earned game Most 
Valuable Player honors after leading the 
Corsairs to their ninth victory of the season 
against two losses. Worcester State College 
finished with a record of 8-3. 

UMass Dartmouth jumped out to a 7-0 lead 
when Derek Bealby intercepted a Cean 
Oksanish pass and returned it 29 yards for a 




Head Coach: Christie Cardoza 
Assistant Coach: Janice Scully 



touchdown. Bealby added the first of three 
conversions for the 7-0 lead, A minute later, 
Worcester State tied the score on a 67-yard 
touchdown pass from Oksanish to Jeremy 
Gaucher. Tom Crossrnan>added the con- 
version for a 7-7 tie. 

The Corsairs scored what proved to be the 
game-winning touchdown when John Fal- 
cone capped off a five-play, 37-yard drive 
with a nine-yard score. Bealb/s conversion 
with 1 : 44 to play in the half §ent UfvIasSCJart- 
mouth to the locker room with a J4-7 Jea<3., 

After a scoreless third quarter, Jhertauft put J 
the game out of reach for UMass Dart- 
mouth with a three-yard touchdown run, f 
The Corsairs held the ball for eight plays 
and 66 yards, taking 3:42 off the clock to 
clinch their first post-season football cham- 
pionship. 




Amaral, Karen 


Jr 


Baroud, Lindsay 


Fr 


Bartsch, Jackie 


Fr 


Battle, Alexis 


So 


Bent, Jaclyn 


Fr 


Dibibar, Amber 


Fr 


Domiano, Yvette 


Fr 


Elias, Caitlin 


Fr 


Fuentes, Nicole 


Fr 


Hewitt, Becky 


Fr 


Krause, Amy 


Fr 


Lafferty, Ashley 


So 


Lebuff, Brianne 


Fr 


Leyden, Kristine 


So 


Lydon, Meghan 


Fr 


Maguire, Chrissy 


Fr 


Minghella, Nicole 


Fr 


Montanari, Andrea 


Fr 


O'rourke, Katielynn 


Jr 


Pacheco, Tiffany 


Fr 


Randall, Nicole 


Fr 


Robbins, Mary 


So 


Ruggierio, Jenna 


So 


Silva, Chrissy 


Fr 


Spaulding, Amy 


So 




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Men's Soccer 



Captains: Russ Corkum, Eiton Livramento & Carlos Semedo 

Head Coach: Raymond Cabral 

Asst, Coaches: David Doherty & Manny Garcia 



00 


Randal Cabral 


So 





Adam Wells 


So, 


2 


Nathan Monteiro 


So. 


3 


Nelson Pio 


So. 


4 


Brendan Heslin 


So. 


5 


Chris Fager 


So. 


6 


Carlos Semedo 


St. 


7 


Tiago Pinto 


So. 


8 


Russ Corkum 


Jr. 


9 


Ian Maccubbin 


So. 


10 


Diogo Escudero 


Jr. 


11 


Elton Livramento 


Jr. 


12 


Philip Vidinha 


So. 


13 


Michael Jordon 


So. 


14 


Dan Jay 


Fr. 


16 


Ricardo Pinto 


So. 


17 


William Jaguith 


Jr. 


18 


Keoma Duarte 


So. 


19 


Steve Colon 


Fr. 


21 


Greg Davis 


So. 


22 


Justin Jenne 


So. 


23 


Jon Hafer 


So. 


25 


Robert Jaguith 


Fr. 






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66 






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Women's Soccer 



Captions: Elena Gomez & Hillary Miller 

Head Coach: Alex Silva 

Asst. Coaches: Paul Texeira & Sarah Bourque 






Amanda Tavares 


So 


1 &3 


Norah McNally 


So 


2 


Megan Hansen 


Fr. 


4 


Leanne Folan 


Fr. 


5 


Shauna Ahearn 


Jr. 


6 


Linasey Smith 


So 


7 


Elena Gomez 


Sr. 


8 


Stephanie Leahy 


Jr. 


9 


Maggie Monahan 


So 


10 


Bryn Tattan 


So 


11 


Katherine Conrad 


So 


12 


Erin Estelle 


So 


13 


Kelly Flits 


So 


14 


Hillary Longley 


Fr. 


15 


Coral Cheverie 


Fr. 


19 


Maura Armstrong 


So 


20 


Hilary Miller 


Sr. 


21 


Amy Page 


Jr. 


22 


Melissa Tavares 


So 


24 


Kayla Ryan 


Fr. 


27 


Katelyn Ryan 


Fr. 








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MgiVs Locfoss© 




Head Coach: Kevin Mahoney (1st season) 
Asst. Coaches: Bradley Wilson 



1 


Andy Sabourin 


So. 


2 


Jeff McGahan 


So. 


3 


Ryan Leary 


So. 


4 


Jeff Boudreau 


So. 


5 


Joe Mirisofa 


Sr. 


6 


Adam Cusano 


Sr. 


7 


Mark Lapointe 


Fr. 


8 


Jason Doyle 


Sr. 


9 


Ryan Cole 


Fr. 


10 


Kevin Sawula 


Sr. 


11 


Dan Buckley 


Jr. 


12 


John King 


Sr. 


13 


Mike Jenkins 


Sr 


14 


John McCloskey 


Jr. 


15 


Chris Giffin 


So. 


16 


Matt Brown 


Sr. 


17 


Pat Bruen 


Fr, 


13 


Chad Wagner 


Sr. 


19 


Jeff Long 


Sr. 


21 


Ryan Laracy 


Jr. 


22 


Jean-Paul DesJardins 


Fr, 


23 


Rory Hirl 


So. 


24 


Mike Manning 


So. 


26 


Ryan Trexler 


Fr. 


27 


John Tisdel 


Fr. 


29 


Pat Boyle 


Sr. 


30 


Joe Pandolfo 


Fr. 


31 


Chris May 


Fr. 


32 


Ryan Dunphy 


Fr. 


33 


Chris Letoile 


Fr. 


34 


Gary Baker 


So. 


39 


Ryan Darmon 


Fr. 




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Women's Lacrosse 



Captains: Liz Holland, Kristine Johnson, Megan Corfield 

Head Coach: Jerry Jennings 

Asst. Coach: Jennifer Burrows 

Student Assistants: Ted Rowe, Dan Rubin 



1 


Susan Umana 


Fr. 


3 


Lisa Salamone 


Fr. 


4 


Candice Oyer 


Jr. 


5 


Mary Doherty 


So. 


6 


Alyssa Volinsky 


Sr. 


7 


Katelyn Elliott 


Fr. 


8 


Jill Howard 


Fr. 


9 


Katie Allen 


So. 


10 


Dre Travers 


So. 


11 


Carmel Wills 


Sr. 


13 


Jenny Manzelli 


So. 


14 


Meghan Amatrudo 


Fr. 


16 


Katelyn Sullivan 


So. 


17 


Kristine Johnson 


Jr. 


18 


Meg Costello 


So. 


20 


Alex Buckley 


Fr. 


21 


Megan Corfield 


Sr. 


24 


Liz Holland 


Sr. 




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Women's Swimming and Diving 

Captains: Amy Stucchi. Renee Gaudette, Andrea Desjardins, 
Head Swimming Coach: Cathy Motta 
Asst. Coach: Nancy Kitchen 



Baker, Amanda 


So 


Beland, Lesley 


Sr 


Bergeron, Sarah 


So 


Bryant, Cassandra 


Fr 


Coache, Meaghan 


Fr 


Conley, Tara 


Sr 


Denneen, Kathleen 


So 


Desjardins, Andrea 


Sr 


Desjardins, Sarah 


So 


Fallon, Jessica 


So 


Gaudette, Renee 


Sr 


Gonzalez, Amanda 


Sr 


Kandler, Kaitlyn 


Fr 


Magura, Caitlin 


So 


McRae, Seanna 


So 


Muller, Pam 


Sr 


Pineau, Amy 


Jr 


ReeC, Emily 


Fr 


Sinnott, Pam 


Jr 


Stucchi, Amy 


Sr 


Szyndlar, Traci 


So 



The Women's Swimming and Diving teams 
completed the 2003-2004 with an 1 1 -4 
dual meet record and a team high second 
place finish at the Division ll/lll New England 
Swimming and Diving Intercollegiate 
Championships. The meet saw eight 
school records fall, the most in any single 
meet, Senior Amy Stucchi led the way 
setting school records in three events. 
Stucchi finished first in the 200 YD Individual 
Medley (2:14.80) ana the 200 YD Butterfly 
(2:1 2.06) and finished second in the 400 YD 
Individual Medley with a time of (4:45,55). 
Stucchi became the first female athlete to 
aualify and participate in the ECAC Open 
Swimming and Diving Championships 
held at the University of Pittsburgh where 
she broke the school record she had 
previously set with a time of 4:45. Stucci 
then teamed up with sophomore Seanna 
McRae, freshman Cassie Bryant, and 
freshman Meaghan Coache to shatter the 
400 YD Medley Relay school record with a 
time of 4:1 1 .59, Freshman Cassie Bryant 
led the way in the Breaststroke events, 
setting two school records with times of 
33. 1 6 in the 50 YD Breaststroke and 1 : 
1 1 .55 for the 1 00 YD Breaststroke. Bryant 
also teamed up with McRae, Coache, and 
sophomore Caitlin Magura to become the 
New England Champions in the 200 YD 
MeOley Relay with a school record time of 
1 :55;80. Sophomore Meaghan Coache 
set a new school recorO in the 1 00 YD 



Butterfly with a time of 1 :00.81 . Seniors Tara 
Conley and Andrea Desjardins finished their 
four-year careers with lifetime bests in the 
distance events. Conley finished 6th in the 
500 YD Freestyle (5:29.92), 5th in the 1 000 
YD Freestyle (1 1 :28.63), and 4th in the 1 650 
YD Freestyle (19:01 .02). While Desjardins 
placed 7th in the 500 YD Freestyle (5: 
36.06), 7th in the 1 000 YD Freestyle (1 1 : 
3 1 . 1 1 ), and 7th in the 1 650 YD Freestyle 
(19:15.24). 




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Men's Swimming 
and Diving 



Head Swimming Coach: Cathy Motta 
Asst. Coach: Nancy Kitchen • 



Albert, Gary 


Fr 


Amer, Mahmoud 


Fr 


Barkley, Adam 


Fr 


Cakounes, Tom 


Fr 


Dibenedetto, Casey 


Fr 


Embry-Pelrine, Chris 


So 


Escalante, Gino 


So 


Escalante, TJ 


Fr 


Harrison, Ed 


Fr 


Wong, Garrick 


So 


Ziino, Chason 


Fr 




The Men's Swimming and Diving teams 
completed the season with a 4-8 record, 
improved from last season, and a sixth 
place finish at the Division ll/lll New 
England Intercollegiate Swimming and 
Diving Championships with only 7 Athletes 
competing. The Corsairs' Gino Escalante, 
Garrick Wong, Adam Barkley, and Tom 
Cakounes were the top performers. Wong 
finished third in the 1 00 YD Individual 
Medley (57.62), fifth in the 1 00 YD 
Backstroke (58.54) and fourth in the 50 YD 
Freestyle (22.65). He also was a member 
of the third place 400 YD Medley Relay 
team which also included TJ Escalante, 
Cakounes, and Barkley (3:48.24). Gino 
Escalante finished third in the 400 
YD Individual Medley (4:27.37) and 
Cakounes was third in the 200 YD Butterfly 
(2:04,09). Barkley finished 6th in the 200 YD 
Freestyle (1 :50.52) and 7th in the 1 00 YD 
Freestyle (49.80), while TJ Escalante finished 
6th in the 1 00 YD Breaststroke (1:03.51), The 
200 YD Free Relay consisting of Cakounes, 
Mahmoud Amer, Barkley, and Wong 
finished sixth (1 :32.75). With the members 
of the team being sophomores and 
freshmen, Coach Cathy Motta is expecting 
bigger and better things for next season. 



71 






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Kelly Fitts 


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Sarah Hopkins 


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Coach: Jon Hird 

Asst. Coach: Kristy Tripp 

Thomas Adams Fr. 

Ernest Addo So. 

Dave Brooks So. 

James Brumfield Fr. 

Chris Caldwell So. 

Jeff Caron So. 

Casey Cavanaugh So. 

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Assistant Coaches: Len Desautels, Joe Winterhalter, Adam Clark, Jason Antonio, Len Brophy 

Athletic Trainers: Louise Goodrum, WenOy KirPy 





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Womens Basketball 



Head Coach: John "Mick" Klitzner (1st season at UMass Dartmouth) 
Assistant Coaches: Cash Griffith, Tracy Jackson 
Athletic Trainers: Louise Goodrum, Wendy Kirby 
Team Managers: Meaghan Fenton, Kelly Botelho 



4 


Sarah Lynch 


So 


10 


Merideth Morgan 


Fr 


11 


Laura Goggin 


Fr 


13 


Kerri Augenstein 


So 


14 


Casey Ridge 


Jr 


20 


Maura Armstrong 


Jr 


22 


Bridget Bowes 


Jr 


23 


Katie Lunnin 


Fr 


24 


Amy Satkevich 


Sr 


25 


Kelly O'Neii 


Sr 


31 


Elizabeth Fitzgerald 


Fr 


33 


Kristen Cocozza 


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Mens Tennis 

Captains: Todd Cabral and Dan Cohen 
Head Coach: Tom Mendall (2nd season) 



Donald Alexis 


So 


Brendon Bowers 


Sr. 


Todd Cabral 


Sr. 


Dan Cohen 


Sr. 


Dave Gogoi 


Fr. 


Dan Goldstein 


So 


Julio Hamel 


Jr. 


Ryan Paul 


So 


Tyler Schiffer 


Fr. 


Chris Sims 


Fr. 


Aidan Thompson 


So 





Wotnens Tennis 



Captain: Erin Peters 




Coach: Ralph Perry 




Kerry Bauer 


Sr. 


Sarah Charwick 


So. 


Hannah Chavez 


So. 


Jyoti Folch 


Jr. 


Katie Haepers 


Fr. 


Heather Mortimer 


So. 


Tracy Park 


Fr. 


Erin Peters 


Sr. 


Julie Roake 


Sr. 


Jessica Sanderson 


Fr. 


Kristen Spooner 


Fr. 


Krister? Bernard 


Sr. 



76 




Golf 



Captains: Brent Amaral and Kyle Skubus 
Head Coach: Paul Fistori 



Brent Amaral 


Sr 


Steve Boutwell 


Sr 


Dan Cronin 


Jr 


Pat Lovett 


Fr 


Mike McCormick 


So 


Nate Mello 


Sr 


Kyle Pelletier 


Fr 


Joe Pimental 


So 


Mike Sigismondo 


Sr 


Kyle Skubas 


Jr 


Blake Wilson 


Sr 





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Head Coach: Renise Beauchene 
Asst. Coach: Carolyn Sotnick Staley 

Kristina Migliore 
Kathleen McLaughlin 
Kristen Toczylowski 
Megan Coogan 
Katie Goodwin 
Beth Lepine 
Lynn Moloney 
Vicki Ransom 
Jill Soucy 
Michelle Barrett 
Kerri Cashman 
Katie Johnstone 



11 




Ice Hockey 




Head coach: John Rolli (20th season, 376-98-1 8) 

Assistants: Shaun Tavares and Ken Gouveia 

Captain: Chris Dussault 

Assistant Captain: Shawn Sheehan 

Athletic Trainers: Louise Goodrum, Wendy Kirby 

Admin. Assistant: Ken Pelland 




1 


Kevin McGowen 


Jr. 


2 


Eric Frank 


So 


3 


Jon Sammarco 


Fr. 


4 


DJ Aucoin 


So 


5 


Mike McPherson 


So 


6 


Bryan Swensen 


Fr. 


7 


Kyle McCullough 


Fr, 


8 


AOam Keeler 


Fr. 


9 


Tyler Vrolyk 


Fr. 


1 o 


Matt Beck 


Sr. 


11 


Mike Larkin 


So 


12 


SVSatt Brown 


Sr. 


13 


Brandon Koziara 


Jr. 


14 


Pat Ruble 


Fr. 


15 


Mike Aieilo 


Fr. 


16 


Mike Cavanaugh 


So 


17 


Chris Dussault 


Sr. 


18 


Ian Seaver 


So 


19 


Shawn Sheehan 


Sr. 


20 


Tom Duma 


So 


21 


Jim Foley 


Fr. 


23 


Derek Nocera 


So 


24 


Peter Lindner 


Fr. 


25 


Scott Gailagher 


Sr. 


26 


Stephan Davos 


Jr. 


27 


Scott Trahan 


Jr. 


29 


Derek Medeiros 


Jr. 


31 


Ryann McCauley 


Fr. 


32 


Mark Barron 


Jr. 


33 


Ryan Grant 


Sr. 




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Captions: Meaghan Apostolec 


ana Wendy Crowther 


Head Coach: Marilyn Ritz 




Asst. 


Coach: Joan Allison 




1 


Kayla Baker 


Fr. 


2 


Lauren Izzicupo 


Jr. 


3 


Lauren Mannarino 


So. 


4 


Karlie Grundner 


So. 


5 


Sarah Fitta 


Fr. 


6 


Wendy Crowther 


Sr. 


7 


Krystie Peckham 


Fr. 


8 


Kelly Doherty 


Jr. 


9 


Theresa Sousa 


Sr. 


10 


Beth Enko 


So. 


11 


Alisha Carson 


Jr. 


12 


Jessica Roberts 


Sr. 


13 


Jessica Peixoto 


Fr. 


14 


Larissa Correia 


Fr. 


15 


Meghan Stone 


Fr. 


17 


Leah Segrin 


Jr. 


18 


Amy Famulari 


So. 


19 


Kimberly Belyea 


Fr. 


24 


Caitlin Nottebart 


So. 


30 


Meaghan Apostolec 


Sr. 


31 


Jessica Tavares 


Fr. 


34 


Elizabeth Fitzgerald 


Fr. 



79 




Baseball 



Captains: Kyle Darrow, Geoff Nettleton, Brandon Perry 

Head Coach: Bruce Wheeler (30) 

Asst. Coaches: Bob Curran (22), Jim Sullivan (25), Randy DeBrosse (33), Aaron Perron (10) 



1 


Jason Lamoureux 




3 


Robert Del Duca 


Jr. 


4 


Rob Lomuscio 


So. 


5 


Ryan Wallace 


So. 


7 


Brandon Perry 


Sr. 


8 


John Macone 


Sr 


9 


Jeremy Robidoux 


Jr. 


11 


Ryana Sullivan 


Jr. 


12 


Adam Diorio 


Sr. 


13 


Shaun Ferreira 


Jr. 


14 


Michael Noce 


So 


15 


Parker Harrington 


So 


18 


Zachary Schechfer 


Fr. 


21 


Alfred Jean 


Jr. 


23 


Eric Griswold 


So 


24 


Will Mahoney 


So 


26 


Dan Mancini 


So 


2.7 


Dan DeCosta 


Jr. 


29 


Doug Hittinger 


Jr. 


32 


Jason Thompson 


So 


36 


Richard Whitney 


Jr. 


39 


Frank Cronin 


So 


42 


Jim Peters 


Jr. 


45 


Chris Waymon 


Jr. 


52 


Geoff Nettleton 


Sr. 


55 


Michael Maclean 


Fr. 


71 


Kyle Darrow 


Sr. 



80 




Softball 



Head Coach: Ralph Pern/ (1 st season 
Asst. Coaches: Ken Fonseca, & Kelly Roy 



2 
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Cheryl Boltruczyk 
Jennifer Bannish 
Melissa Tavares 
Kerin Rousseau 
Amanda Zompetti 
Shannon Allberry 
Meghan Fenton 
Bethany Brogna 
Julie Eastman 
Allison Letendre 
Norah McNally 
Leah Segrin 
Jessica Werner 
Amanda Tavares 




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MBA - Finance/ Accounting 



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Fine Arts 



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Computer Engineering 




LIAM (WILLIAM) F. AHEARN 
Marketing 




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Sociology 



84 




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85 




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conomics 



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Marketing 



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86 




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87 




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88 




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iconomics 



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iconomics 



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iconomics 




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iconomics 



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90 




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91 




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92 




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Computer Science 



SHAUNA MAIRE CHAPMAN 

Finance 



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KELLY-LYNN CHASSE 

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MBA 



93 




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Computer Science 



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Photography/Electronic Imaging 



ANGELA L. CHIEPPA 
Political Science 




DAVID WEI-LUN CHUNG 

MBA - Marketing/Management 



KELLY CLARK 

Fine Arts 



SUMMER ANNE CLEMENTS 
English 




DANIEL J. COHEN 

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REBEKAH LEE COLLINS 
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94 




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95 




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DANIEL C COTE 



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96 




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97 




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iconomics 



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98 




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101 




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106 




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AMANDA MARIE HALL 
English 



LAURA JEAN HANNEN 
Nursing 



PATRICK R. HARLOW 

English 




GREGORY R. HARPER 
Mechanical Engineering 



RANDAL PAUL HATHWAY 
Computer Science 



ALEXANDER WILLIAM HAZEL 
Electronic Imagii ig/Photography 



108 




KAREN J. HEBERT 

Business Information Systems 



RACHEL ANN HEENAN 
Medical Laboratory Science 



HEATHER M. HERBOWY 
Community and Institutional Nursing 




CHARLES J. HIAAMEL 
Management 



CHENGSHU JASON HO 

Masters - Computer Science 



JESSICA A. HODGDON 
Political Science 




DANIEL PETER HOEG 
Mechanical Engineering 



NADEGE HOLD 
Biology 



CATHERINE ANNE HOLDEN 

Education/Humanities & Social Sciences 



109 




MAURA-JEAN MATTHEWS HOLLUM 
English 



LINDA J. HOWERTON 
Electronic Imaging/Photography 



CHIA-HUNG HSU 
Computer Science 






KUEI-CHIH HSU 
Computer Science 



MING-SHAN HSU 
Masters - Computer Science 



JU-CHI HUANG 
MBA 




TSAIYA TONE HUANG 
MBA 



YING-JU HUANG 
MBA 



ANDJELIJA ILIC 
Electrical Engineering 



110 




DAVID J. IODICE 



F 



mance 



JOANNE S. JABER 
Humanities & Social Sciences 



PATRICIA LYNN JEZNACH 
Computer Engineering 




LICELOT JIMENEZ 
Accounting 



;ATIE A. JOHNSON 



:conomics 



YENTHAI JOSEPH 
Business Information Systems 




WAI NAM KAM 
Electrical Engineering 



CARLO ANTOINE KAZAN 
Management 



TARA P. KEEFE 

Economics 



111 




TIMOTHY JOSEPH KEENAN 

Management 



JENNIFER KELLEY 

English 



MICHAEL PATRICK KELLY 
Civil Engineering 



\LICIA L KENDALL 
Education/English 



JOYCE KFOURY 
Biology/French 



HYUN-KEE KIM 
Accounting 



KATHLEEN A. KELLEY 
Business Information Systems 




DARLING KEOVONGSA 
Computer Engineering 




MYUNG-SOON KIM 
Fibers 



112 




SEUNG-HWAN KIM 
Mathematics 



MATTHEW V. KOVACH 
Humanities & Social Sciences 



THOMAS S. KOSKA 
Business information Systems 



ANTHONY JOHN LABO 
Sociology/Criminal Justice 



EILEEN M. LARKIN 
Psychology 



DANIELLE MARIE LAVOIE 
Illustration 



JUSTIN P. KOSTER 

Computer Engineering 




DANIELLE R. LAGACE 

Community and Institutional Nursing 




FILIPE ANTONIO LEBRE 
Computer Engineering 



113 




CHEN KUO LEE 
Computer Science 



BRENTON MICHAEL LEWIS 

Marketing 



NANCY J. LLAMAS 
Sociology 



WEN-KUEI LEE 
Computer Science 



CHRIS ALEXIS LEONARD 
Fine Arts 




SARAH B. LEWIS 
Marketing 



ALICIA N LINDLEY 
Sociology 




KRISTEN E. LOISELLE 
Community and Institutional Nursing 



HEATHER LOMUSCIO 

Psychology 



114 




AMY C. LOVETERE 
Nursing 



LYNN MARIE LUDINGTON 

Psychology 



DAWN MARIE LYONS 

Economics/English 



SUZANNE E. LOZZI 
Humanities & Social Sciences 



CHRISTOPHER W. LUEBKE 
Mechanical Engineering 



MATTHEW WEYNE MACDONALD 
Community and Institutional Nursing 



JOSHUA R. LUCIER 

Textile Sciences 




JASON LUI 
Business Information Systems 




MARY ROSE MACHADO 

Management 



115 




SAMANTHA AUGUSTA MACLEOD 
Community and Institutional Nursing 



JOHN V. MACONE 
Business Information Systems 



TARAH ELIZABETH MAHONEY 
Psychology 



CHRISTOPHER ROBERT MAKUCH 
Electrical Engineering 



AMY LEIGH MARANHAS 
Humanities & Social Sciences 



CAROLINA BARRETO MARCALO 



JEE-YOUNG MAENG 
Fine Arts 




ERIN J. MANDEVILLE 
Management 




iconomics 



MELISSA ANNE MARCK 
Marketing 



116 




MICHAEL JOSEPH MARCOUX 
Marketing 



ANNIE E. MARIN-LOPEZ 
Spanish/Sociology 



JANE MATHESON 
Mathematics 



SARAH ANN MARGARDA 
Mathematics 



MARIA MARIANO 
Sociology/Criminal Justice 




ZACHARY JOHN MARTIN 
History 



EYAD M. MARZUQ 
Management 




STEPHEN D. MCBRIDE 
Computer Science 



JAMES EDWARD MCCAFFERY 
Accounting 



117 




KRISTY M. MCCOLL 
Fine Arts 



JARED MONTGOMERY MCGARRAHAN 
Textile Sciences 



JOEL PETER MCNAMEE 
Computer Engineering 



DOUGLAS FRANCIS JUDE MCCORMACK 
Fine Arts 



ALEXIS MARIE MCLAUGHLIN 
Multidisciplinary Studies 



DARLENE MARIE MEDEIROS 



SHANNON M. MCDONALD 
Photography 




CHRISTINE ANNE MCNALLY 
Economics/Psychology 




F 



inance 



KOREY R. MEDEIROS 
Management 



118 




VICTOR M. MEDEIROS 
Business Information Systems 



ADAM J. MEIZINGER 

Biology 



VANESSA LOUISE MERCHANT 
Psychology 



DERYK T. MEEHAN 

Psychology 



NATHAN MELLO 
Business Information Systems 



LISA L. MERITHEW 
Graphic Design 



JENNIFER A. MEGALOUDIS 
Finance 




PENNY M. MELLO 
Business Information Systems 




WILLIAM J. MEYER JR. 
Mechanical Engineering 



119 




JILL M. MICCICHE 
Graphic Design 



KATIE A. MICHALSKI 
Nursing 



DANIEL MIKOLAJEWSKI 
Sociology/Criminal Justice 



JENNIFER LEIGH MILLER 
Humanities & Social Sciences 



JANICE NANCY MILLIGAN 
Management 



JENNIFER LYNE MONIZ 

Management 



VALERIE MICHONSKI 
Management 




NICHOLAS J AMES MILLER 
Mechanical Engineering 




CHRISTOPHER MONTEIRO 
Business Information Systems 



120 




LINDSAY F. MOORE 

Community and Institutional Nursing 



BRIAN R. MORELLI 
History 



LYNN M. MORRIS 
Finance 



DAVID J. MORRISSEY 
Electrical Engineering 



RENE' MARIE MORSE 
Community and Institutional Nursing 



AUGUSTINE JOSEPH MORTAGUA 
Sociology 



DARRYLE W. MORRIS 
Psychology 




LARISSA M. MORSE 
Nursing 




CHRISTOPHER S. MUDARRI 



F 



inance 



121 




YUMI MUKAI 
Computer Science 



MATHEW J. NAPIERSKI 
Illustration 



PAMELA R. AAULLER 
Nursing 



GEOFFREY B. NETTLETON 

Civil Engineering 



DIVANILDE SANTOS NEVES 
Accounting/African and American Studies 



WEICHIH Nl 
Masters - Computer Science 



LAUREN J. NADZEIKA 
Spanish 




STEPHANIE R. NEUBEN 

Psychology 




IAN A. NICHOLS 
Management 



122 




SARAH ELIZABETH NOBLES 
Psychology 



RAYMOND J. OOONNELL 

History 



MATTHEW MICHAEL OHARE 
Marketing 



CHRISTINE J. NOLETTE 

Community and Institutional Nursing 



JARRAD SEAN NUNES 
English: Film/Drama 




MATTHEW S. ODAY 
Marketing 



COLLEEN ELIZABETH OORADY 
Sociology 




«iS.i'I % 



KELLY A. ONEIL 
Humanities & Social Sciences 



NANCY MARIE OLIVEIRA 
Management 



123 




TRICIA OLIVER 
Photography 



NICOLE B. OUIMET 

Art History 



PAULINA MARIA PACHECO 
MBA 



AVDHESH K. PALIWAL 
Computer Science 



STEPHANIE BETH PASCOAL 
English 



VANESSA M. PASSARO 
Art Education 



JEANNE E. PACHECO 
Sociology/Women's Studies 




CHRISTINE CAROL PARKER 
Psychology 




KRISTEN ELAINE PEDERSEN 
Mathematics 



124 




HUI-MIN PENG 
Computer Science 



VALERIE PEREZ 
" Psychology 



BENJAMIN S. PHINNEY 
Music - Western Classical: Composition 



DAVID MATTHEW PEREIRA 
Electrical Engineering/Computer Engineering 



TAMMY LEE PEREIRA 
Psychology 




LAUREEN ANN PERRY 
Community and Institutional Nursing 



ERIN RAE PETERS 
Marketing 




LUONG TRUNG PHUNG 

Business Information Systems 



TAMMY LYNN PIAZZA 
Psychology 



125 




SHANNON MARIE PIMENTEL 

Nursing 



STEPHANIE ROSE PIQUETTE 

Psychology 



JARRAD DOUGLASS PLANTE 
Sociology 



KHEANARAE PINA 
Psychology 



LENIRA SUVA PIRES 
Portuguese 



KRISTEN A. POISSANT 

Graphic Design 



LINDSEY B. PINARRETA 
Management 




SONIA G. PIRES 

Portuguese/Political Science 




CHRISTINA COURTNEY POLICASTRO 
Graphic Design 



126 




CHRISTINE M. POORE 



F 



inance 



PHOEBE S. POTTER 

Community and Institutional Nursing 



DANIEL A. PUGATCH 

English 




KAREN M. QUINN 
Computer Science 



THOMAS SEAN RANK 

Community and Institutional Nursing 



VICTORIA AA. RANSOM 
Psychology 




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CRISTINA ISABEL RAPOSO 
English 



STEVEN K. RAPOSO 

History 



SUZANNE M. RAPOSO 

Business Information Systems 



127 




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Electrical Engineering 



PHILIP L RASHKOVETSKY 

Electrical Engineering/Computer Engineering 



JUSTIN PHILIP REIHL 
Electrical Engineering 




CRISTINA REIS 
MBA 



MELANIE REIS 
Psychology 



RAOUEL REIS 
AAathematics/Computer Engineering 



KERRI LEE-ANN RENOIR 

Accounting 



128 



PEDRO DANIEL REIS 
French/Portuguese 




TRISHA ANN REOPELL 



F 



mance 




CHALITA RERKMANUKIJ 
MBA 



GRACIONILDE RESENDES 

Nursing 



JULIE CLAUDIA RIBEIRO 

Psychology 




ATHENA M. RICHARDS 
English 



BRANDY L. RIVERA 
Psychology 



JESSICA L RICKARD 
Languages (Spanishl/Psychology 



LESLIE A. RIVERA 
Sociology 



SCOTT B. RIDEOUT 

Illustration 




JESSICA L. ROBERTS 
Sociology 



129 




RYAN ROBDOUX 
Computer Science 



DIANA M. RODRIGUES 
English 



ELVITA B. ROCHA 
Languages (Spanish) 



MELISSA M. RODRIGUES 

Marketing 



MICHELLE S. ROCHA 
Political Science 








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SYLVIA M. RODRIGUES 
Sociology (Criminal Justice) 




ELIZABETH M. ROGERS 
Community and Institutional Nursing 



SATINA A. ROGERS 
Psychology/African and American Studies 



STEPHANIE D. ROSS 
Design (Electronic Imaging) 



130 




GASTRELL C. ROSSIGNOL 

Psychology/Management 



PATRICK C ROURKE 

Marketing 



EDWARD T. ROWE 
Business Information Systems 



JOSEPH M. RUBIN 



Fi 



inance 



KERIN ROUSSEAU 

Marketing 




DANIEL W. RUBLE 

Management 




PETER J. RUSSO 
Illustration 



AJAY SAINI 
Management (MBA) 



TRACEY A. SALOMAN 
English 



131 




MICHELLE SANIUK 

Accounting 



JANE LEE SARAIVA 
Community and Institutional Nursing 



ROBERT B SCHOLZ 
Illustration 



NINA M. SANTOS 
Biology 



STEPHANIE A. SANTOS 
Management 




NICOLE M. SCHELL 
English 



DANIEL M. SCHEMER 
English 




BANCY J. SEALE 
Business Information Systems 



HEIDI A. SEARS 
Fine Arts 



132 




AMANDA SHAW 
Community and Institutional Nursing 



STEFANIE E. SHEAR 

History 



PATRICK J. SHERMAN 
Business Information Systems 



AMY SHIBLES 

Psychology 



VANILA R. SUVA 
Portuguese/Business Information Systems 



AARON A. SILVIA 
Civil Engineering 



SHAWN M. SHEEHAN 

Marketing 




MICHELLE E. SILBA 
Sociology/Criminal Justice 




EILEEN M. SILVIA 



C 



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133 




JESSICA L SIMMONS 

Community and Institutional Nursing 



ANGELIQUE SMITH 
Psychology 



JENNIFER M. SOARES 
Community and Institutional Nursing 



KATE L SLADEWSKI 
Community and Institutional Nursing 



ALISON SMITH 
Biology 




MELISSA A. SMITH 
Community and Institutional Nursing 



LAURIE C SMITH-GREENE 
Sociology/African and American Studies (Minor) 




ZEYNO SOBACI 
Marketing (MBA) 



PAUL C SOROKIN 

Electronic Imaging 



134 




STEVEN F. SORRENTINO 
Physics 



THERESA L. SOUSA 
Marketing 



HEIDI SOUZA 

Sociology 




SARAH J. SPAULDING 
Medicaf Laboratory Science 



WENDY R. ST. VINCENT 

Fine Arts 



JAMES E. STANTIAL 
Management 




MATTHEW D. STEPHENS 
History 



JULIE A. STRITTMATTER 



F 



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AMY B. STUCCHI 
English 



135 




TIMOTHY S. SWAN 
Music 



BRADLEY G. SWINIMER 



F 



mance 



ADAM P. SYLVIA 
Business Information Systems 




MATTHEW J. SYLVIA 

Accounting 



DIANA'LTATRO 

Chemistry 



MAMI TAKEDA 

Accounting 



MICHELLE M. TAVARES 
Bachelor of Science in Nursing 



SUNLY H. TANG 
Business Information Systems 




SANDY TAVARES 
Psychology 



136 




ANDREA E. TEIXEIRA 
Marketing 



SHAWN A. THERIAULT 

History 



ALANA S. TODESCO 
Humanities & Social Sciences 



LEANNE G. TEIXEIRA 
Marketing 



AMELIA H THOMAS 
Biology/Bio Chemistry 



COLLEEN E. TRAHAN 
Accounting 



KRONGTIP TERMKOA 
Physics 




LINDA M. TOBIA 
English 




JASON M.TRAVERS 
Accounting 



137 




ROBERT J. TREMBLAY 
Business Information Systems 



EMILY A TROLIO 
Management 



YING-CHANG TSENG 
Computer Science 



PHUONG MY TU 
MBA, Management 



CATHERINE A. VALORZ 

Accounting 



BETH A. VARONE 
Sociology 



CHIUNG - HSIN TSAO 
business and Industry MBA 




KEVIN VALENTE 
Computer Science 




OCTAVIO L. VASCONCELOS 
Mechanical Engineering 



138 




MOHAN VENKATARAMAN 
Computer Science 



LINDSAY M. VEO 
Sociology 



GERALD VICTORINO 

Business Information Systems 




ANDREW C. VIEIRA 
Computer Engineering 



JENNY M. VIEIRA 
Pre-Medical Program 



SHAWN F. VIEIRA 

Psychology 




DULCINA F. VIVEIROS 
Computer Science 



ALYSSA B. VOLINSKY 

Marketing 



KUAN-HSUAN WANG 
Computer Science 



139 




JOSHUA R. WARREN 
Sociology 



ANDREAS WEISCHER 
Business Administration (MBA) 



AMY C WHITMAN 
Humanities & Social Sciences 



AUBREY WAYNELOVICH 
Community and Institutional Nursing 



JESSICA E. WEGNER 

Accounting 




GUILLERMO E. WEYER 

Electrical Engineering 



KELLIE A. WHALEN 
Psychology 




KAREN A. WILLEN 
Nursing 



CARMEL WILLS 
Electrical Engineering 



140 




CHUN T. WONG 



"inance 



CHRISTOPHER J. YAFRATE 

Electrical Engineering 



SHAO-FANG YANG 

Computer Science 




SARAH A. YATES 
Management 



ANDREW J. YOUNG 
Marketing 



YUEYU 
MBA, Accounting 




YUANYUAN ZHANG 
MBA, Finance 



QINHE ZHENG 
Computer Science 



MICHAEL J. ZOMPA 
Illustration 



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Commencement 2004 took place 
on May 24, 2004. The processional 
began at 1 0:00am on a warm, 
cloudy morning. The sun would 
come out before the ceremonies 
were over. The ceremony started 
with a masterful performance of the 
National Anthem by graduating se- 
nior Jarrod Nunes. Chancellor Jean 



F. MacCormack then welcomed 
the capacity crowd to campus. 
Honorary speaker Rita R. Colwell, 
BS, MS, Ph.D. captivated the audi- 
ence with her words of peace ana 
encouragement, Before long, the 
class of 2004 had walked the stage 
of the ampitheatre, now graduates 
of University of Massachusetts. 



President of the Senior Class 
Monica M. Brito 

Student Trustee 
Carolina B. Marcalo 

Conferring of Honorary Degrees 

Commencement Address 
Rita R. Colwell, BS, MS, Ph.D. 

Conferring of Degrees in Course 

Alma Mater 

Recessional 



Order of Exercises: 

Processional 

National Anthem 
Jarrod Nunes 

Welcome 

Jean F. MacCormack, BA, MEd, EdD 

Chancellor 

Greetings from the Board of Trustees 
William E. Giblin, BS, Class of '57 

Greetings from the Alumni 

Michael J. Rodrigues, BS, Class of '83 

Presiaent of the Alumni Association 



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Music 

Pierre M. Abdelmalek 
Electrical Engineering 

Mohamad H. Abouzeid 
Biology 

Sarah E. Adam 

Visual Design - Illustration 

Michael P. Adams 
Computer Engineering 

Therin W. Adams 
Nursing 

Elizabeth J. Affonso 
Psychology 

Marie Afonso 
Psychology 

Brian M. Agbay 
Computer Engineering 

Joy Aginsky 

Visual Design - Ceramics 

Vinod K. Agrawal 
Computer Science 

Jennifer L. Aguiar 
Nursing 

Liam F. Ahearn 
Marketing 

Paul Ahem 

Business Information Systems 

Khurrum Ahmad 
Business Administration 

Pamela M. Ahrens 
Textile Design 

Annette E. Ainsworth 
Electrical Engineering 

Justin D. Alberti 
Sculpture 

Jeffrey M. Albertine 
Sociology 

Chrystal A. Alcock 
Marketing 

Elizabeth S. Alexander 
Arfisanry - Wood 

John F. Alexander 
Computer Science 

Tahir Ali 

Electrical Engineering 

Khaled J. Al-Khashti 
Computer Engineering 

Keith M. Allen 
Electrical Engineering 

Robert N. Allen 
History 

Derek D. Almeida 
Economics 

Helena I. Almeida 
Sociology - Criminal Justice 

Ebrahem A. Alnajjar 
"iputer Engineering 



Nicole M. Aloisi 

Humanities and Social Sciences 

Christine M. Alves 
History 

Emily Alves 

Humanities and Social Sciences 

Joseph M. Alves 

Business Information Systems 

Sandra H Amado 
History 

Andrea M Amaral 
Marketing 

Carlos M. Amaral 
Multidisciplinary Studies 

Jennifer M. Amaral 
Biology 

Stephanie L. Amaral 
Psychology 

Lisa K. Amafo 
Nursing 

Christine M, Amsden 
Marketing 

Eric G. Anderson 
Photography/Electronic Imaging 

Jeffrey R. Anderson 
Political Science 

Taina L. Anderson 

Visual Design - Graphic Design 

Ramanamurty K. Andra 
Computer Science 

Ana-Tereza G, Andrade 
Biology 

Wendy S. Andre 

Humanities and Social Sciences 

Arreen L. Andrew 
Sociology 

Casey E, Andrews 

Visual Design - Graphic Design 

Stephen Angelique 
Professional Writing 

Adrian J. Anhorn 
History 

Michael W, Anthony 
Economics 

Brianna K. Antle 
Psychology 

Meaghan E. Apostolec 
Management 

Melanie B. Araujo 
Nursing 

Amanda E. Ariagno 
Nursing 

Juan F Arias 

Business Administration 

Andrea F. Armandt 
Sociology 

Christopher Armstrong 
Computer Engineering 

Tracie A. Arnold 
Nursing 



Nathaniel R. Aronson 
History 

Julieta Arruda 
Sociology 

Kenny Arruda 

Business Information Systems 

Lindsey D. Arruda 
Marketing 

Margaret A. Arruda 
Nursing 

Thomas M. Arruda 
Chemistry 

Diane Arvanites 
Fine Arts - Painting 

Elizabeth D Ashley 
Art Education 

Sarah Ashworth 

Humanities and Social Sciences 

Anahita Asrari 
Computer Engineering 

Craig J. Assad 
Management 

Nicolle R. Audette 

Writing and Communications 

Melisa A. Avila 

Business Information Systems 

Jennifer R, Ayotte 
Nursing 

Jennifer Azadnia 
Psychology 

Diane R. Azevedo Cams 
Fine Arts 

Elizabeth Azevedo 

Humanities and Social Sciences 

Chinezelum C. Azogu 
Accounting 

Ikechukwu K. Azogu 
Computer Science 



B 



Kevin S, Bagge 

Humanities and Social Sciences 

Amy L. Bailey 
Economics 

Alice Baillie 
Textile Technology 

Jennifer A. Baker 
Marketing 

Maisa Bakhesh 
Computer Engineering 

Keenan R. Ball 
Electrical Engineering 

Frederick R. Balordi 
Economics 

Kerrie A. Banville 
Political Science 

Shreyas Ramchandra Bapat 
Electrical Engineering 

Yuriy A. Barabantsev 
Business Administration 



Kimberlee L. Barbour 
Writing and Communications 


Jennifer L. Bernardo 
Biology 


Anthony J. Bargnesi 
Computer Science 


Amy Renee Bernier 
Civil Engineering 


Nicholas J. Bargnesi 
Computer Science 


Gregory Berry 
Economics 


Cameron J. Barker 
Humanities and Social Sciences 


Amanda B. Bertrand 
Management 


Michael D. Barletta 
Management 


Katie K. Bettez 
History 


John L. Barreiros 
Computer Science 


Stacey L. Bigos 
Economics 


Jessica E. Barron 
Marketing 


Sandra Bilodeau 
Fine Arts - Painting 


Dawn M. Basque 
Music 


Linda R. Binder 
Fine Arts - Painting 


Tammy L. Bastoni 

Humanities and Social Sciences 


Tracy Bisaillon 
Sociology 



Dave Batcheller 
Civil Engineering 

Matthew R. Battaini 
Computer Science 

Kerry L. Bauer 
Accounting 

Bhushan Eknath Bauskar 
Computer Science 

Janette Beal 

Sociology - Criminal Justice 

Daniele Y. Beauchemin 
Marine Biology 

Victoria I. Beaudette 
Nursing 

Jason D Beaulieu 
Political Science 

Teresa Mary Beaulieu 
Psychology 

Andrew L, Beaumont 
Management 

Matthew P, Beck 
Marketing 

Daniel J. Becker 
Fine Arts - Painting 

Pamela S. Bedard 
Management 

Jeffrey A. Beland 
Marketing 

Kevin M. Belcastro 
Psychology 

Christine M. Bellavance 
Accounting 

Adrienne M. Belyea 
Photography/Electronic Imaging 

Stephanie F. Benassi 
Photography/Electronic Imaging 

Melissa Benevides 

Humanities and Social Sciences 

Kristen B. Berard 
Economics 

Katelin E. Berkeley 
Biology 

Janice Berman 
Nursing 



Eric M Bizarro 

Humanities and Social Sciences 

Danielle M. Blake 
Economics 

Brianny D. Blakeman 
Sociology 

Daniel A Boardman 
Mechanical Engineering 

Sean M. Boisvert 
Finance 

Elizabeth Bombard 
Humanities and Social Sciences 

Naveen Reddy Bommareddy 
Computer Engineering 

David S Bondar 
Painting 

Lisa A. Bonin 
Nursing 

Jeffrey C. Borges 

Business Information Systems 

Denise M. Boscoe 
Sociology 

David M. Bosh 
Economics 

Armando M. Botelho 
Marketing 

Daniel S Botelho 
Finance 

Melanie B Bouchard 
Psychology 

Paul A. Bouchard 
Textile Science 

Shannon L. Boucher 
Art Education 

" Tara R Boucher 
Master of Arts, Teaching 

Lisa Boudreau 
Nursing 

Amanda L. Bourgeois 
Sociology 

Steven G. Boutwell 
Marketing 

Brenden T. Bowers 
Economics 



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Katie E. Boyle 
Psychology 

James P. Bradley 
English 

Cathy Bradshaw 
Nursing 

Bruna R. Braga 
History 

Dennis R. Braga 
Nursing 

Stacy Braga 

Humanities and Social Sciences 



Timothy J Cabral 
English 

Todd R. Cabral 
Management 

Jose L, Cadavid 
Accounting 

Thomas J. Calef 
Computer Engineering 

Jaime Calvao 

Visual Design - Illustration 

Erik J. Camara 
History 



Anne M Cass 
Nursing 

Kathleen B Castro 
Professional Writing 

Timothy H. Cato 
Management 

Walter M. Cavanagh 
Textile Science 

Ceyhan Celik 
Textile Technology 

Brian J, Chagnon 

Business Information Systems 



Lakshmanan Chockalingam 
Computer Engineering 

Roochi Chopra 
Electrical Engineering 

Dennis M. Chouinard 
Visual Design - Ceramics 

Anne Chu 
Accounting 

Yen Hsu Chu 
Computer Science 

David Wei-Lun Chung 
Business Administration 



William R. Cook 
Sculpture 

Judy A Cooney 
Psychology 

John E. Cope 
Marketing 

Frances Coppinger 
Psychology 

David A Cordeiro 
Biology 

Felix Cordero 

Humanities and Social Sciences 



Patrick M. Breen 
Marketing 


Manny M. Camara 
Electrical Engineering 


Krishna Mohan Challapalli 
Electrical Engineering 


Jessica C. Cisternelli 
Sociology 


Megan M. Corfield 
Sociology 


Lindsey R Breton 
Photography/Electronic Imaging 


Peter J. Cameron 

Business Information Systems 


Lisa Chan 
English 


Beth L. Clark 
English 


Jonathan E. Cornell 
Computer Engineering 


Nicolette G. Brewster 
Marketing 


Gary A. Campbell 
Finance 


Chen Shieh Chang 
Computer Science 


Kelly A. Clark 
Painting 


Jessica L. Coroa 
Nursing 


Scott A. Brigante 
Art Education 


Lori A. Candido 
English 


Ling-Feng Chang 
Computer Science 


Daphne R. Claudomir 
Psychology 


Sarah L. Correa 
Nursing 


Adam P. Brightman 
Sociology - Criminal Justice 


Lauren A. Canty 
Sociology 


Shauna Chapman 
Finance 


Summer A. Clements 
English 


Michael J. Correia 
Portuguese 


Amanda M Brites 

Medical Laboratory Science 


Lauren B. Caravana 
Spanish 


Paul T. Charest 
Finance 


Kelly L. Cloutier 
English 


Suzy P. Correia 
Biology 


Monica M, Brito 

Medical Laboratory Science 


Jason D, Card 

Sociology - Criminal Justice 


Lara C. Charlebois 
Sculpture 


Jillian A. Coates 

Writing and Communications 


Angela Corrieri 
English 


Christopher J. Brodeur 
Sociology - Anthropology 


Brent P. Cardeiro 
Finance 


Earl R. Chartier 
Computer Science 


Andre J. Coelho 
Economics 


Robert EGosgrove 
Management 


Tracy M. Brodeur 
Nursing 


Lisa M. Cardona 

Business Information Systems 


Rahul Nilkanth Chaudhari 
Computer Science 


Rachael A. Coffin 
Psychology 


David J. Costa 
Marketing 


Diane M. Brown 
Nursing 


Corey D. Cardoza 
Economics 


Ayan H Chaudhuri 
Computer Science 


Ann E. Coggeshall 
English 


Joshua Costa 
Photography/Electronic Imaging 


Kristen Bruce 

Humanities and Social Sciences 


Angel M, Carlson 
Nursing 


Emily L. Chaves 

Humanities and Social Sciences 


Daniel J. Cohen 
Marketing 


Kimberly A. Costa 
English 


Matthew Brum 
Mechanical Engineering 


Michelle Carlson 

Visual Design - Graphic Design 


Bingyan Chen 
Mechanical Engineering 


Lillian D, Cohen 
Visual Design - Metals 


Laureano A. Costa 
Mechanical Engineering 


Amy E. Bruno 
Nursing 


Rebecca J Carney 
Psychology 


Chun-Hsing Chen 
Chemistry 


Sara Cohen 
History 


Paul Costa 
Electrical Engineering 


Alison Bruun 
Artisanry Metals 


Mark Caron 
Management 


Jian Lun Chen 
Computer Science 


Jeremiah R. Coholan 
Marketing 


Trisha L. Costa 
History 


Elisa K. Bucchianeri 
Psychology 


Ada M. Carr 
Nursing 


Wei-Fang Chen 
Business Administration 


David W Colegrove 
Business Information Systems 


Daniel C. Cote 
Finance 


Caitlin E. Buchsteiner 
History 


Katheryn B. Carrabba 
Textile Design 


Amamath Chennamaraju 
Electrical Engineering 


Lindsey M. Coleman 
Accounting 


Tava A. Cotter 
Nursing 


Megan E. Buckley 

Humanities and Social Sciences 


Caitlin A, Carreiro 
Textile Science 


Brian M. Cherry 
Visual Design - Metals 


Christopher M. Collins 
Sociology 


Sarah J. Couillard 
Mechanical Engineering 


Alexandre Buer 
Computer Science 


Carla 1. Carreiro 
Nursing 


Nathaniel P. Chester 
History 


Rebekah L, Collins 
Finance 


Pedro L. Coutinho 
Computer Science 


Kristen D. Bunker 
Psychology 


Teresa M Carreiro 
Psychology 


David M. Chevalier 
Computer Science 


Sarah A. Concannon 
Painting 


Jessica A Couto 
Nursing 


Erin E. Burke 
Nursing 


Lucas W. Carter 
Marketing 


Soklim Chhean 
History 


Kirsten M. Congdon 
Nursing 


Paul J Couto 
Accounting 


John A. Burke 

Business Information Systems 


Adam J Carvalho 
Computer Engineering 


Dara V. Chhim 
Marketing 


Tara B. Conley 
Nursing 


Robert F. Cowan 
Marketing 


Matthew S. Burke 
Accounting 


Ana M. Carvalho 
Finance 


Weili Chiang 
Computer Science 


Carolyn P. Conroy 
Marketing 


Janeen A. Crompton 
Nursing 


Rosemarie Burns 
Nursing 


David Herman Carvalho 
Business Administration 


Jerry T. Chiao 
Photography/Electronic Imaging 


Paul J. Constantine 
Marketing 


Kerri Lyn Cronin 
Electrical Engineering 


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Jeffrey D. Casale 
Mechanical Engineering 


Angela L. Chieppa 
Political Science 


Leland D. Conti 

Business Information Systems 


Lindsay B. Croshier 
Biology 


Nelson D. Cabral 
Economics 


Anne M Cass 
Psychology 


Elizabeth F Chin 
Nursing 


Michael E, Cook 

Writing and Communications 


Jeremy S. Crowell 
Computer Science 



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John B. Crowley 
Mechanical Engineering 

Martha A. Crowley 
Nursing 

Michael C. Crowley 
Accounting 

Wendy Crowther 
Nursing 

Diane M. Cruz 
Nursing 

Jason M. Cuddy 
Management 

Janelle N. Cumbermack 
Psychology 

Sarah Alexandria Cummings 
Music 

Jeffrey Cunha 
Philosophy 

Rachel C. Cunha 

Medical Laboratory Science 

Suzanne Cunha 

Humanities and Social Sciences 

Krystin L. Curley 
Psychology 

Adam J. Cusano 
Psychology 

William R.Cusson 
Management 

Jennifer P. Cutting 
Nursing 

Tabitha Cutting 
Nursing 

James M Czerkowicz 
Mechanical Engineering 



D 



Renee F DaCosta 
Nursing 

Rosa V. DaCosta 
Biology 

Scott Robert DaCosta 
Psychology 

Daniel L. DaCruz 

Business Information Systems 

Nichole M. Daddario 
Marketing 

Matthew Daley 
Sculpture 

W. N.Perry Daley 
Sociology - Criminal Justice 

Janeen DAIIessandro 

Visual Design - Graphic Design 

Sara K. Dalton 
Mathematics 

Garcia M. Dalzon 
Finance 

Michele T. D'Amato 
Biology 

Arthur J. D'Amico 
Marine Biology 

Sarah M. Danahy 

Writing and Communications 



Teresa A. D'Anna 
Business Administration 

John M. Danner 
Sociology - Criminal Justice 

Kyle N. Darrow 
Economics 

Rosalind Dars 

Humanities and Social Sciences 

Admir A, DaSilva 
Economics 

Julie A. DaSilva 
Sociology 

Suzanne Louise Dauteuil 
Art Education 

Jenny A. Davis 
Biology 

Zachary R. Davis 
Drama and Film Studies 

Amy L. Day 
Political Science 

Sara O de Sousa 
Psychology 

Jenny Borges DeAmaral 
Marketing 

Joao T. Deandrade 
Management 

Ana Paula Debarros 
Sociology 

Paul A.DeCouto 
Marketing 

Florence DeGaudemaris 
Management 

Kati L. Degen 

Writing and Communications 

Michael V DeGregorio 
Economics 

Megan J. Deiana 
Psychology 

Joseph A. DellaValle 
Economics 

Donna M DeMello 
Psychology 

Thomas C. Demers 
Economics 

Edward J.Demone 
Accounting 

Joellen M. Denish 

Humanities and Social Sciences 

Cecilia H DeOliveira 
Portuguese 

Judy DeOliveira 
Portuguese 

llda T, Depina 

Computer Oriented Mathematics 

Grace M. Deree 
Sociology - Social Services 

Ryan J. Derosier 
Sociology - Criminal Justice 

Heather A Deschamps 
Marketing 

Jessica M. Deschenes 
Photography/Electronic Imaging 



Yvette M, DeSilva 
Management 

Andrea L. Desjardins 
Marine" Biology 

Derek DeSousa 
Management 

Michelle M. DeSousa 
Psychology 

Rosemary deSousa 
Sociology 

Bethany A. Desroches 
Management 

Ryan P. Desrosiers 
Political Science 

Willio Destin 
Psychology 

Christine M. Deveau 
Mathematics 

Autumn Dhanote 
Textile Chemistry 

Niresh Dhungana 
Electrical Engineering 

Ana P. Dias 

Sociology - Criminal Justice 

Bruno M, Dias 
Computer Science 

Frank M. Dias 
Sociology 

Yvette M. Dias 
Psychology 

David M. Dicicco 
Marketing 

Tiffanie L. DiDonato ■ 
Writing and Communications 

Alicia J. DiGiandomenico 
Psychology 

Leo A.Dilorenzo 

Business Information Systems 

Cora M, D'lntinosanto 
Spanish 

Leah A. Dion 
Psychology 

Justin M. Dionne 
Civil Engineering 

Nathan D. DiPerri 
Electrical Engineering 

Jeffrey J. Dirzius 
History 

Guy T. DiVivo 

Sociology - Criminal Justice 

Miroslav Djordjevic 
Electrical Engineering 

Lisa M. Dobbins 
Management 

Dagmar Dockery 
Nursing 

Derek J, Doherty 
Marketing 

Jennifer A. Donovan 
Management 

Kevin Donovan 
Management 



Cristina dos Reis 
Business Administration 

Rui M Dos Santos 

Electrical Engineering Technology 

Fabio T Dossantos 
Electrical Engineering 

Michael P. Doucette 
Management 

Christine M. Dougherty 
Business Information Systems 

Noreen S. Dowd 
Psychology 

Michael P. Downey 
Sociology - Criminal Justice 

Holly Downing 
Finance 

Barbara Doyle 
Textile Design 

Jason J. Doyle 

Sociology - Criminal Justice 

Lauren K, Doyle 
Textile Design 

Ryan P. Doyle 
Management 

Thomas A. Drake 

Business Information Systems 

Julie C. Drane 

Writing and Communications 

Brian T. Driscoll 
English 

Ansu O. Dualu 
Finance 

Ming Ming Duan 
Business Administration 

Melissa M. Duarte 
Biology 

Sean D. Duarte 
Civil Engineering 

Craig G. Dubois-Flanagan 
Photography/Electronic Imaging 

Brent Dukes 
Computer Engineering 

Stephen J. Dumaresq 
Nursing 

Bryan M. Dupuis 
Mechanical Engineering 

Brian R. Durant 

Computer Oriented Mathematics 

Erik Christian Durant 
Fine Arts - Sculpture 

Kristopher T, Durette 
Medical Laboratory Science 

Kameshwar Durvasula 
Electrical Engineering 

Christopher S. Dussault 
Marketing 

Jennifer R. Dutra 

Writing and Communications 



Ashley R. Edward 
Art Education 



David M Ehrens 
Computer Science 

Scott J. Eisner 
Sociology 

Gregory V. Eitas 
Mechanical Engineering 

Danielle M. Elliot 
Accounting 

Eileen M. Elliott 
Management 

Melissa Elliott 
Nursing 

Derek C. Ellis 
Marketing 

Kristy D. Ellis 
Textile Design 

Daniel F. Emack 
Management 

George A. Emmanuel 
Mechanical Engineering 

Michael J. Enright 
Computer Science 

Maura B. Erwin 
Art Education 

Sara M. Erwin 
History 

Timothy D. Etter 
Photography/Electronic Imaging 

Bryan T. Everett 
Marine Biology 

JacyC. Everett 
Marketing 

Anastassia G. Ewas 
Psychology 



Jeffrey J. Fabian 
Management 

Ellice S. Fain 
Sociology 

Elizabeth R. Falabella 
Nursing 

Marcie C. Falconero-Booker 
Marketing 

Kao-Chen Fang 
Business Administration 

Elizabeth C. Faria 
Psychology 

Margarida L. Faria 

Visual Design - Graphic Design 

Monica M. Faria 
Sociology 

" Edneuza dos Santos Farias 
Master of Arts, Teaching 

Suzanne V. Farmer 

Writing and Communications 

Sean B Farrelly 
Management 

Andrew B. Farrer 
Management 

Matthew E. Farris 
Finance 



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Tehsin Faruk 

Business Administration 

Geoffrey Faucher 
Mechanical Engineering 

Joshua F. Fedele 
Accounting 

Jason Femino 
Computer Science 

Carla P. Fernandes 
Accounting 

Eric S. Fernandes 
Sociology - Criminal Justice 

Michael. Fernandes 
Political Science 

* Elvio Ferreira 

Master of Arts, Teaching 

Jennifer Ferreira 
Psychology 

Joao A Ferreira 

Writing and Communications 

Michelle Ferreira 
Psychology 

Stacy L. Ferreira 
Finance 

Stephan P. Ferreira 
Painting 

Brian J. Ferrell 
Artisanry Metals 

Andrew F. Ferro 
English 

Rose Ferro 
Computer Science 

Lina Rosa Fidalgo 
Psychology 

Douglas P. Fingliss 

Business Information Systems 

Rachael R. Finlay 
Painting 

Michael D. Finni 
Computer Science 

Katie A. Fisher 
Marketing 

Keith F. Fisher 
English 

Lauren Fita 
Political Science 

Amanda L. Fitzgerald 
Psychology 

Molly Kathleen Flaherty 
Psychology 

Christine A. Flahive 
Marketing 

Anne A. Fombu 
Nursing 

Eric C. Fondl 
Photography/Electronic Imaging 

Andrea L. Fonseca 
Nursing 

Jorge G. Fonseca 

Business Information Systems 

Matrese C. Fonseca 
Humanities and Social Sciences 



Matthew N. Fonteneau 
Economics 

Casey D. Ford 
Computer Engineering 

Michael J. Ford 
Marketing 

Darrell M. Forman 
Music 

Donald A Foster 
Professional Writing 

Luana Foucart 

Sociology - Criminal Justice 

Angela C. Fowler 
Management 

Jacqueline P. Francisco 
Art Education 

Bethany Franco 
Political Science 

Jameel Fraser 

Sociology - Criminal Justice 

Douglas G. Frazier 
History 

Christopher M. Freitas 
Electrical Engineering 

Helder A. Freitas 
Sociology - Criminal Justice 

Paula C Freitas 
Portuguese 

Walter Freitas 
Management 

Dexter A. Freivald 
Electrical Engineering 

Marilyn L. Fritzemeier 
Medical Laboratory Science 

Chad Kenneth Frownfelter 
Artisanry - Ceramics 

Taneah D. Funches 
Psychology 

Kendra A. Furtado 
Psychology 

Michael A. Furtado 

Visual Design - Graphic Design 

Shingo Furukawa 
Artisanry 



Naglaa Gaafar Rego 
Professional Writing 

Eric W. Gaccione 
History 

Michelle L. Gagne 
Nursing 

Valerie A. Gagnon 

Humanities and Social Sciences 

Kelly A. Gaipo 
Psychology 

Scott J. Gallagher 
Sociology - Criminal Justice 

Matthew P Gallant 
Civil Engineering 

Joseph Galvao 
Finance 



Maureen H Garcia 
Psychology 

Tonya A, Garcia 
Psychology 

" Angela Murphy Gardiner 
Master of Arts, Teaching 

Sarah Elizabeth Gardner 
Finance 

Samantha J. Garner 
Biology 

Justin H. Garrison 
English 

Crystal J, Gates 
Biology 

Michael Gaudencio 
Electrical Engineering 

Michaeia E. Gaudette 
Sociology - Criminal Justice 

Scott J. Gauiitz 
Biology 

Shawn M, Gauvin 
Electrical Engineering 

John J. Gentile 

Business Information Systems 

Richard R. Georgia 
Sculpture 

Adnan Ghalayini 
Business Administration 

Melissa Ann Gilbarg 
Sociology 

Pamela S. Gill 
Marketing 

Kristen D. Giokas 

Humanities and Social Sciences 

Robert C. Giordani 

Visual Design - Graphic Design 

Jonathan M Glendye 
Psychology 

Stephanie A. Glennon 
Management 

Karli M. Gliesman 
Nursing 

Charles F. Glyman 

Visual Design - Graphic Design 

Susan J. Godin-Day 
Art Education 

David M. Godinho 
Sociology - Criminal Justice 

Annette M. Gold 
Management 

Erin M. Golden 

Humanities and Social Sciences 

Kieth M, Goldie 
Accounting 

Jason Goldrick 

Business Information Systems 

James M, Goldsmith 
Business Information Systems 

Alexis N. Golini 

Writing and Communications 

Christopher J. Gomes 
Chemistry 



Katherine E. Gomes 
English 

Michael D Gomes 
Psychology 

Stephanie A. Gomes 
Sociology - Criminal Justice 

Elena M. Gomez 
Psychology 

Terrie M. Goncalo 
Nursing 

David Goncalves 
Textile Science 

Elizabeth Goncalves 
Humanities and Social Sciences 

Chengli Gong 
Mechanical Engineering 

Adam Gonsalves 
Art History 

Melinda K Gonyea 
Psychology 

Amanda M. Gonzalez 
Biology 

Samara Gonzalez 
Psychology 

Shawnine L. Goodine 
Sociology - Criminal Justice 

Edward L. Goodwin 
Computer Science 

Brooke A. Gordon 
Marine Biology 

Nicole M. Gosselin 
Sociology 

Sheila M. Gosselin 
Psychology 

Jennifer M. Gothage 
Psychology 

Nikki M. Gounaris 
French 

Chrystee L, Governo 
Visual Design - Illustration 

Scott B, Grabauskas 
Electrical Engineering 



Sarah A. Gross 
Psychology 

Sarah A. Gross 
Biology 

Tyler K. Groth 
Accounting 

Shaun R. Guerard 
Finance 

Christopher J. Guilbert 
Writing and Communications 

Alexander J. Gustafson 
Visual Design - Illustration 

Tahais I. Gutierrez 
Sociology 



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Sarah L. Hackett 
Psychology 

Dena S, Haden 

Visual Design - Illustration 

Amanda M. Hall 

Writing and Communications 

Caroline A. Hall 
Textile Design 

Jennifer L. Hall 
Marketing 

Julio G. Hamel 
Economics 

Kourtney E. Hamilton 
Finance 

Laura J. Hannen 
Nursing 

Joshua L. Hannon 
English 

Lindsey Harden 
Art Education 

Peter B Hardwick 
Computer Science 

Patrick R. Harlow 

Writing and Communications 

Gregory R, Harper 
Mechanical Engineering 



Jessica A, Grant 

Visual Design - Graphic Design 


Jameson E. Harper 
Computer Science 


Ryan J. Grant 
Marketing 


Alexander M. Harrington 
Photography 


Jonathan P. Grassis 
Photography/Electronic Imaging 


Cherish Harris 
Marketing 


Christopher P. Greding 
History 


Hillary J. Harris 
Management 


James Green 
Mechanical Engineering 


Gillian L. Hart 
English 


Richalie A. Griffith 
Civil Engineering 


Jennifer M. Hart 
Sculpture 


Roza Grigoryan 
Business Administration 


Gerd Johannes Harter 
Business Administration 


Jean C Griswold 
Management 


Randal P. Hathway 
Computer Science 



Christopher M. Grochowski 
Management 

Rachel M. Groh 

Writing and Communications 



Jessica P Hauser 
Photography/Electronic Imaging 

Marty A. Hawksley 
Finance 



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Alexander W. Hazel 
Photography/Electronic Imaging 

Richard F Healy 
Psychology 

Karen J Heberf 

Business Information Systems 

Rachel A. Heenan 
Medical Laboratory Science 

Sharon M. Helm 
Biology 

Gregor Hense 
Business Administration 

Heather M. Herbowy 
Nursing 

Abigail W. Heuss 
Visual Design - Metals 

Scott P. Hewitt 

Visual Design - Graphic Design 

Charles J. Himmel 
Management 

Cheng-Shu Ho 
Computer Science 

Jessica A. Hodgdon 
Political Science 

Daniel P Hoeg 
Mechanical Engineering 

Nadege Hold 
Biology 

Catherine A. Holden 
Humanities and Social Sciences 

Helen C Holden 

Humanities and Social Sciences 

Susan M. Hollenkamp 
Management 

Richard B. Hollis 
Finance 

Maura J. Hollum 
Drama and Film Studies 

Dewayne Holman 
Economics 

Marie S. Holmes 
Political Science 

Nathan E. Hoover 
History 

Maureen E. Horton 
Business Information Systems 

Yue Jun Hou 
Computer Science 

Ronald A. Houde 
Accounting 

Kerry A. Howe 
English 

Shirley A. Howe 
Sociology - Social Services 

Linda J. Howerton 
Photography/Electronic Imaging 

Chia-Hung Hsu 
Computer Science 

Kuei Chih Hsu 
Computer Science 

Ming-Shan Hsu 
Computer Science 



Ju-Chi Huang 
Business Administration 

Tsaiya Huang 
Business Administration 

Ying-Ju Huang 
Business Administration 

Melissa J. Hubsch 
Psychology 

Bryan G. Huggins 
Photography/Electronic Imaging 

Amanda K. Huggon 
Psychology 

Sharon R. Humphrey 
Professional Writing 

" Laura Hunt 

Master of Arts, Teaching 

Thomas P. Hurst 
Electrical Engineering 

Adam M. Hurwitz 
Marketing 

Karen A. Hussion 
Nursing 

Lyndsie B. Hutslar 
Marketing 

Santrina N. Huynh 

Visual Design - Graphic Design 

Jeffrey S. Hyer 
History 

Deborah J. Hylander 
Nursing 

Gavin Hymes 
Spanish 



Pierre Ibrahim 
Mechanical Engineering 

Tyson A. Iddings 
Biology 

Andjelija llic 
Electrical Engineering 

Gunes Inan 

Textile Technology . 

David J. lodice 
Finance 

Michele Carmine lozzolino 
Business Administration 

Sushonth Iringentavida 
Electrical Engineering 

Sarah M. Isabel 
Psychology 

Joanne S. Jaber 

Humanities and Social Sciences 



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Thomas J. Jachimczyk 
Sociology 

Oksana V. Jackim 
Professional Writing 

Lauren A. Jacques 
Accounting 

Peter M Jaillet 
Civil Engineering 



Amit Pannalal Jain 
Textile Chemistry 

Dawn M. James 

Humanities and Social Sciences 

" Paula R Jardin 
Master of Arts, Teaching 

Michael A, Jarry 
Accounting 

Sreekar Jawadi 
Electrical Engineering 

Jonathan E. Jencks 
Electrical Engineering 

Cynthia CarolinaJerez-Martinez 
Psychology 

Christopher E, Jeznach 
Finance 

Patricia L. Jeznach 
Computer Engineering 

Licelot Jimenez 
Accounting 

Jacklyn Jitiam 
Sociology 

Elizabeth C. Jodoin 
Psychology 

Amanda M, Johnson 
Psychology 

Katie A Johnson 
Economics 

Kinta L. Johnson 
Sociology 

Shannon A Johnson 
Psychology 

Frederick George ElgarJohnston 
Business Administration 

Eugene P. Jones 
History 

Kathryn C. Jones 
Political Science 

Lori M. Jones 
Nursing 

Paige Ellen Jones 

Humanities and Social Sciences 

Yenthai Joseph 

Business Information Systems 

Cedric M. Josey 
Drama and Film Studies 

Warren J. Joubert 
Sociology - Social Services 



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Erin K, Kalagher 
Painting 

Wai Nam Kam 
Electrical Engineering 

Sushanth Kancharla 
Electrical Engineering 

Donya L. Kane 
Art Education 

Phaneshwar Katangur 
Textile Technology 

Carlo Kazan 
Management 



Tara P. Keefe 
Economics 

John P. Keeley 

Sociology - Criminal Justice 

Timothy J. Keenan 
Management • 

Shay A. Kelleher 
Psychology 

Amanda D. Keller 
Multidisciplinary Studies 

Gillian R. Kelley 
Accounting 

Jennifer M. Kelley 

Writing and Communications 

Kathleen A. Kelley 

Business Information Systems 

Michael P. Kelly 
Civil Engineering 

Alicia Kendall 
English 

Kane E. Kendall 
Marketing 

Jennifer S. Kennedy 
Biology 

Melissa L, Kennedy 
Biology 

Darling Keovongsa 
Computer Engineering 

Michael Kessler 
Business Administration 

Joyce Kfoury 
Biology 

Richard Khalife 
Political Science 

Tariq Parvez Khan 
Textile Technology 

Jeffrey W. Khourie 
Computer Science 

Phouthong Khousakoun 
Finance 

Hitesh Satishbhai Khurana 
Textile Chemistry 

James A, Kiely 
Business Administration 

Hyun-Kee Kim 
Accounting 

Myung-Soon Kim 
Artisanry - Fibers 

Seung-Hwan Kim 
Mathematics 

Jennifer L. King 

Writing and Communications 

Paula A Kingsbury 
Management 

Tracy M. Kirby 
Marketing 

Brian H. Kitchell 
English 

Ronald T, Kitt 

Humanities and Social Sciences 

Victor E. Knill 
History 



Kristen R. Knoff 
Marketing 

Kanth Narayan Kodiyala 
Electrical Engineering 

E. Brian Kofton 
Business Administration 

Erica M. Koines 
Psychology 

Kristin M. Kokoszka 

Business Information Systems 

Thomas S. Koska 

Business Information Systems 

Justin P. Koster 
Computer Engineering 

Matthew V, Kovach 
Humanities and Social Sciences 

Petra Kralickova 
Artisanry - Ceramics 

Christopher T. Kramer 
Business Information Systems 

Slaveyko Aleksandrov Krastanov 
Mechanical Engineering 

Brenna M. Kraus 

Writing and Communications 

Matthew J. Kravitz 
Psychology 

Richard J. Krenmayer 
Business Information Systems 

Lee A. Kuczewski 
Sociology - Anthropology 

Roshan V. Kukreja 
Chemistry 

Saurabh Kumar 
Electrical Engineering 

Satya Prashant Kunta 
Electrical Engineering 

Betty Ann Kurth 
Nursing 

Demetra A, Kyriakides 
Humanities and Social Sciences 

Nicholas P, Kyvelos 

Marketing 



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Amanda M. Laber 
Psychology 

Anthony J. Labo 
Sociology - Criminal Justice 

Kevin A. Labrecque 
English 

Anne Lacoste 
Painting 

Elizabeth A. Lafleur 
Management 

Danielle R. Lagace 
Nursing 

David S Lamb 
Business Administration 

John T. Lambert 
History 

Robert J. Lane 
Photography/Electronic Imaging 



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Jennifer L. Lannan 
Biology 


Brenton M. Lewis 
Marketing 


Anne K. LaPointe 
Psychology 


Ling Li 
Biology 


Wendy LaPointe 
Nursing 


KeLin 

Computer Science 


Carlos W Lara 

Sociology - Criminal Justice 


Wen-Yi Lin 
Computer Science 


Eileen M. Larkin 
Psychology 


Alicia N. Lindley 
Sociology 


Ryan Laroche 

Writing and Communications 


James P. Linskey 
Marketing 


Nicole Larson 
English 


Randall Mark Livings 
Professional Writing 



" Jacgueline L. LaSalle 
Master of Arts, Teaching 

Stephane L. Latortue 
Psychology 

Juleen M. Laurence 

Visual Design - Graphic Design 

Danielle M. Lavoie 
Visual Design - Illustration 

Jennifer Le 
Management 

Jennifer A. Leache 
Textile Science 

Patricia J Leahy 
Accounting 

Katie L. LeBlanc 
Finance 

Filipe Lebre 
Computer Engineering 

Chen Kuo Lee 
Computer Science 

Wen Kuei Lee 
Computer Science 

Jason T. Lema 
Civil Engineering 

Stephanie E. Lennon 
Art Education 

Christopher Leonard - 
Sculpture 

Jyl E. Leonard 
Nursing 

Stephanie N. Leonard 
Management 

Rafael V. Leonor 
Electrical Engineering 

Christopher A. Lepore 
Political Science 

Jared Lescarbeau 
Business Information Systems 

Ava M. Lescault 
Business Administration 

Rosemary J. Lesinski 
Nursing 

Erica L. Letoumeau 
Economics 

Thomas Leveque 
Business Administration 

Bettina Levine 
Sociology 



Nancy J. Llamas 
Sociology 

Peter Locke 
Biology 

Kate R. Logan 
Sculpture 



Kristen E. 
Nursing 



Loiselle 



Heather E. Lomuscio 
Psychology 

Jeffrey D. Long 
Political Science 

Jaclyn M. Lopilato 
Nursing 

Amy C. Lovetere 
Nursing 

Charles R. Lozeau 
Mechanical Engineering 

Suzanne E. Lozzi 

Humanities and Social Sciences 

Chia-Hsin Lu 
Computer Science 

Veronica J. Luce 
Visual Design - Illustration 

Joshua R. Lucier 
Textile Science 

Lynn M. Ludington 
Psychology 

Christopher W. Luebke 
Mechanical Engineering 

Jason Lui 

Business information Systems 

Allen J, Luks 
Computer Science 

Thomas M. Lundstrom 
Management 

Jianqing Luo 
Computer Science 

Laurie J, Lusas 
English 

Justin M. Lynch 
Mechanical Engineering 

Dawn M. Lyons 

Writing and Communications 



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Fouad M Maalouf 
Civil Engineering 



Beth A. MacDonald 

Visual Design - Graphic Design 

Matthew W. MacDonald 
Nursing 

Brian M. MacGregor 
Sociology - Criminal Justice 

Mary Rose Machado 
Management 

Michelle A. Machado 
Psychology 

Jodi A. Mackie 

Business Information Systems 

Meridith MacKnight 
Physics 

Samantha MacLeod 
Nursing 

John Vincent Macone 
Business Information Systems 

Jee-Young Maeng 
Fine Arts - Painting 

Laura D, Mahoney 
Painting 

Tarah E. Mahoney 
Psychology 

Masiar Makkinejad 
Electrical Engineering 

Richard A. Maksian 
Photography/Electronic Imaging 

Christopher Makuch 
Electrical Engineering 

Saurabh Malhotra 
Electrical Engineering 

Maura Malone 

Business Information Systems 

Paul T. Moloney 
Electrical Engineering 

Lavanya Manchikatla 
Computer Engineering 

Erin J. Mandeville 
Management 

Melissa J Mandracchia 
Sociology 

James R, Maneely 
Political Science 

Jason J. Mannes 
Marketing 

John J, Manning 
Business Administration 

Kimberly F. Manzone 
Nursing 

Amy L. Maranhas 

Humanities and Social Sciences 

Carolina B. Marcalo 
Economics 

Courtney Marchand 
Finance 

John K. Marchand 
Civil Engineering 

Michelle E. Marchand 
Psychology 

Melissa A. Marck 
Marketing 



Michael Joseph Marcoux 
Marketing 

Saurabh P. Marfatia 
Computer Science 

Sarah A. Margarida 
Mathematics 

Maria Mariano 

Sociology - Criminal Justice 

Annie E. Marin-Lopez 
Sociology - Criminal Justice 

Jason D. Marino 
Sociology - Criminal Justice 

Alycia R. Marshall 

Humanities and Social Sciences 

Donald J Marshall 
Management 

Laura C. Martelly 
Biology 

James D. Martin 
Sociology - Criminal Justice 

Zachary J. Martin 
History 

Oluwatoyosi A Martins 
Business Administration 

Patricia A, Martins 
Psychology 

Paulianne M Martins 
Accounting 

Stephanie S. Martins 
Humanities and Social Sciences 

Serafim VMarujo 

Electrical Engineering Technology 

Eyad Marzuq 
Management 

Suzette L, Mascarenhas 
Accounting 

Ryan J. Masiar 

Business Information Systems 

Zachary Mason 
Political Science 

Insaf Masood 

Business Information Systems 

Jane Matheson 

Humanities and Social Sciences 

Kathleen D, Matos 
English 

Aletha D. Matsis 
Nursing 

Brooke L. Maynard 
Marketing 

Jennifer Kathleen Mayott 
Fine Arts - Printmaking 

Mark P Mazzone 

Humanities and Social Sciences 

Marc R. McAndrew 
Business Information Systems 

William ClaytonMcAvoy 
Business Administration 

Stephen D. McBride 
Computer Science 

Barry R. McCabe 

Business Information Systems 



James E McCaffery 
Accounting 

Heather Mccallum 
Nursing 

Michael R. McCarthy 
Photography/Electronic Imaging 

Kristy M. McColl 

Visual Design - Illustration 

Douglas McCormack 
Painting 

William C. McCormack 
Accounting 

Shannon M. McDonald 
Photography/Electronic Imaging 

Robert M. McDonnell 
Management 

Colin P. McDonough 

Visual Design - Graphic Design 

Jillian M. McDonough 

Visual Design - Graphic Design 

Kelly J. McGanty 
Marketing 

Jared M. McGarrahan 
Textile Science 

Timothy J, McLaren 
Business Information Systems 

Alexis M, Mclaughlin 
Multidisciplinary Studies 

Jamie L, McMillan 
Art Education 

Christine A. McNally 
Economics 

Joel P. McNamee 
Computer Engineering 

Meghan L. McNeil 

Visual Design - Graphic Design 

Lisa A, McNeill 
Art Education 

Sara J. McOsker 
Photography/Electronic Imaging 



Carla M. 
Spanish 



Medeiros 



Darlene M Medeiros 
Finance 

David Medeiros 
Management 

Derek Medeiros 
Sociology 

Elizabeth A. Medeiros 
Biology 

Herman M. Medeiros 
Management 

Joshua D. Medeiros 
Marketing 

Korey R, Medeiros 
Management 

Michelle L. Medeiros 
Accounting 

Nancy M. Medeiros 
Marketing 

Stephen D. Medeiros 
Management 



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Victor M. Medeiros 
Business Information Systems 

Vincente C. Medeiros 
Marketing 

Deryk Thomas Meehan 
Psychology 

Jared Meehan 
Civil Engineering 

Jennifer A. Megaloudis 
Finance 

Paula Meireles 
Biology 

Adam J. Meizinger 
Biology 

Danielle Melanson 

Humanities and Social Sciences 

Nathan D. Mello 

Business Information Systems 

Nathanael A. Mello 
Business Information Systems 

Penny M. Mello 

Business Information Systems 

" Ana P Melo 

Master of Arts, Teaching 

Michael B. Melo 
Business Administration 

Christine Menard 

Visual Design - Graphic Design 

Jennifer G. Mendes 
Management 

Christopher W, Menice 
Computer Science 

Vanessa L. Merchant 
Psychology 

Lisa L. Merithew 

Visual Design - Graphic Design 

Moritz M. Meschenmoser 
Business Administration 

William J.Meyer 
Mechanical Engineering 

Shamal Kamalakar Mhetre 
Textile Technology 

Jill M. Micciche 

Visual Design - Graphic Design 

Jennifer L. Michael 
Accounting 

Donald L. Michaels 
Professional Writing 

Katie A. Michalski 
Nursing 

Valerie Michonski 
Management 

Daniel Mikolajewski 
Sociology - Criminal Justice 

R Kent Millard 
Photography/Electronic Imaging 

Hilary A. Miller 

Sociology - Criminal Justice 

Jennifer L. Miller 

Humanities and Social Sciences 

Nicholas J Miller 
Mechanical Engineering 



Janice N. Milligan 
Management 

Christopher J, Milusich 
Visual Design - Illustration 

Jillian Mitchell 

Computer Oriented Mathematics 

Maximilian Moegling 
Business Administration 

Jennifer L. Moniz 
Management 

Lynn M. Moniz 
Nursing 

Christopher L. Monteiro 
Business Information Systems 

Kenny N, Monteiro 
Business Information Systems 

Manuel A. Monteiro 
Marketing 

Steven M. Mooney 
Computer Engineering 

Christine M. Moore 
History 

Clayton V Moore 
Mechanical Engineering 

Lindsay F, Moore 
Nursing 

Brian R. Morelli 
History 

DePorah K, Morning Star 
English 

Darryle W. Morris 
Psychology 

Jillian C. Morris 
Nursing 

Lynn M, Morris 
Finance 

Mark P. Morris 
Business Administration 

David J, Morrissey 
Electrical Engineering 

Larissa M. Morse 
Nursing 

Rene' M. Morse 
Nursing 

Augustine J. Mortagua 
Sociology 

Christopher S. Motta 
Political Science 

Christopher S. Mudarri 
Finance 

Michael Mueller 
Management 

Christina L. Muise 
Sculpture 

Yumi Mukai 
Computer Science 

Pamela R, Muller 
Nursing 

Sean P. Mullin 

Visual Design - Graphic Design 

Ryan N. Musto 
Political Science 



Erin M. Myles 

Visual Design - Metals 



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Louise Mauran Nadler 
Professional Writing 

Lauren J. Nadzeika 
Spanish 

Sheetal Shrikant Naik 
Computer Science 

Sameer Bhimrajan Nanda 
Computer Science 

Mathew J. Napierski 
Visual Design - Illustration 

Christopher D, Nault 
History 

Pilar Ramanand Nayak 
Electrical Engineering 

Clovis Benjamin Nelson 
Art Education 

Melissa M Nemet 
Psychology 

Geoffrey B. Nettleton 
Civil Engineering 

Stephanie R. Neuben 
Psychology 

Divanilde L, Neves 
Accounting 

Pedro S. Neves 
Nursing 

Saidah R. Neves 
Business Administration 

Wei Chih Ni 
Computer Science 

Ian A. Nichols 
Management 

Sarah Nobles 
Psychology 

Christine Nolette 
Nursing 

Madhukar Nomula 
Electrical Engineering 

Laura R. Normandy 
Marketing 

Jonathan E. Novak 
Civil Engineering 

Aurora Nunes 
Multidisciplinary Studies 

Jarrad Nunes 

Drama and Film Studies 

Luis A. Nunes 
Portuguese 

Robin B. Nunes 
Chemistry 

Ryan M. Nunes 

Humanities and Social Sciences 

Linda Nutter 
Nursing 

Daniel A, Nyberg . 
Business Information Systems 



Neil O'Brien 
Civil Engineering 

Ashley A. Occhino 
Textile Design 

Raymond J. O'Connell 
History 

Cara O'Connor 

Humanities and Social Sciences 

Matthew J O'Connor 
Political Science 

Matthew S. O'Day 
Marketing 

Colleen E. O'Grady 
Sociology 

Matthew M, O'Hare 
Marketing 

Tetsuro Oishi 
Electrical Engineering 

Ezinne R. Okereke 

Writing and Communications 

Nneka O, Oleru 
Psychology 

Nancy M. Oliveira 
Management 

Tricia Oliver 
Photography 

Kelly A. O'Neil 

Humanities and Social Sciences 



AvOhesh Kumar Paliwal 
Computer Science 

Chunyan Pang 
Textile Chemistry 

Jamie P. Paquette 
Textile Science 

Scott R Paquin 
Textile Science 

Christine C. Parker 
Psychology 

Miranda E, Parker 
Psychology 

Jillian M. Parlow 
Marketing 

Stephen Partridge 
Management 

Stephanie B, Pascoal 
English 

" Diane J. Paskowski 
Master of Arts, Teaching 

Vanessa M. Passaro 
Art Education 

George A Pataky 
Political Science 

Sneha K, Patel 
Mathematics 

Tina Patel 
Marketing 

Stephanie M. Patterson 
Humanities and Social Sciences 



Kerry A. O'Neil 
Marketing 


Melanie A. Pavao 

Visual Design - Graphic Design 




Caitlyn A. O'Reilly 

Visual Design - Graphic Design 


Kristen E, Pedersen 
Mathematics 


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Consuela R. Ortiz 
Psychology 


Shanna N. Pegorari 
Psychology 




Ruth M. Ostiguy 
Psychology 


Nicholas P. Pelletier 
Political Science 




Deborah A Osuch 
Nursing 


Mary D. Pendergrass 
Nursing 


Kathleen M, OToole 
Nursing 


Hui-Min Peng 
Computer Science 




Heather E. Ouellette 

English 


Costas Peppas 
Computer Science 


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Carolyn Marie Ouimet 
Psychology 


David M Pereira 
Electrical Engineering 




Nicole B. Ouimet 
Art History 


Linda M. Pereira 
Portuguese 


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Can Ozturk 

Business Administration 


Mandy G Pereira 
Biology 




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Mikeline Pereira 
Accounting 




Adam S. Pace 
Management 


Sandy Pereira 
Psychology 


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Jeanne E Pacheco 
Sociology 


Tammy L. Pereira 
Psychology 




Matthew J, Pacheco 
Sociology 


Thomas A Pereira 
Nursing 


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Paulina M, Pacheco 
Business Administration 


Samantha E. Perella 
Business Information Systems 


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Phillip J. Paiva 


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Karen A. Perlmuter 
Psychology 

Nancy Marie Perroni 
Psychology 

Brandon C. Perry 
History 

Laureen A. Perry 
Nursing 

Timothy J. Perry 
Business Administration 

Erin R. Peters 
Marketing 

Danielle M. Petrone 
Psychology 

Ashley L. Pettey 
English 

Benjamin S. Phinney 
Music 

Luong T. Phung 

Business Information Systems 

William A. Piasecki 
Management 

Tammy L. Piazza 
Psychology 

Dana J. Pickup 
Finance 

Chad R. Pimental 

Business Information Systems 

Carla Pimentel 
Psychology 

Shannon M. Pimentel 
Nursing 

Minal G Pimparkar 
Computer Science 

Kheana R. Pina 
Psychology 

Lindsey B. Pinarreta 
Management 

Anjanel Pinet 
Textile Design 

Daniel Pinheiro 

Business Information Systems 

MoisesF. Pinto 
Business Administration 

Stephanie R. Piquette 
Psychology 

Carla F. Pires 
Marketing 

Lenira S. Pires 
Portuguese 

Sonia G. Pires 
Portuguese 

Jacob C. Piskura 
Mechanical Engineering 

Dereck R. Plante 
Electrical Engineering 

Jarrad Plante 

Sociology - Criminal Justice 

Jonathan M. Plante 
Computer Engineering 

Jason G. Plourde 
Finance 



Kristen Poissant 

Visual Design - Graphic Design 

Christina C Policastro 

Visual Design - Graphic Design 

Eric B. Poison 
Mechanical Engineering 

Michelle A. Pontbriand 
Writing and Communications 

Linda M. Ponte 
Electrical Engineering 

Robert R. Poole 
Mechanical Engineering 

Christine M. Poore 
Finance 

Christopher P. Porter 
History 

Shara Elizabeth Porter 
Artisanry - Fibers 

Adam J, Porth 
Photography/Electronic Imaging 

Phoebe S. Potter 
Nursing 

Ryan Potter 
Marketing 

Paul M. Potvin 
Economics 

Bryan P. Powers 
Sculpture 

Rashmi Gowdar Prabhakar 
Electrical Engineering 

Kara E, Prachniak 
Sociology 

Derek H. Praeger 
Management 

Anastasia A. Prapas 
Economics 

Augusta M. Pratt 
Marketing 

Coryne N. Preston 
Sociology - Criminal Justice 

Jason W. Preuss 
Management 

Craig K. Prigaro 

Business Information Systems 

Jason P. Przybylek 
Electrical Engineering 

Christopher M. Ptaszenski 
Finance 

Daniel A, Pugatch 

Writing and Communications 

Natasha M. Puim 

Writing and Communications 



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Patricia Quail 
Psychology 

Karen M. Quinn 
Computer Science 



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Fine Arts - Painting 



Gerren J. Rabideau 
Visual Design - Illustration 

Vivek Rajan 
Electrical Engineering 

Prashant Kumar Ram 
Computer Science 

Thomas S. Rank 
Nursing 

Philip L, Ransbottom 
English 

Victoria M, Ransom 
Psychology 

Thembi Ranuga 
Nursing 

Cristina Raposo 
English 

Kevin J Raposo 
Sociology 

Meagan M Raposo 
Visual Design - Illustration 

Steven K, Raposo 
History 

Suzanne M. Raposo 
Business Information Systems 

Kenneth D. Rapoza 
Electrical Engineering 

Parithupatturk Ravishankar 
Electrical Engineering 

Gary J. Rawding 
Music 

Sourish Ray 
Computer Science 

Sandeep Razdan 
Textile Chemistry 

Kendra K. Rebello 
Psychology 

Jamie Lynn Regan 
Psychology 

Sundar Regmi 
Electrical Engineering 

Joanne M Rego 
Psychology 

Kristin E. Rego 
Psychology 

Penny L. Rego 
Professional Writing 

Justin Reihl 
Electrical Engineering 

Keith R. Reinhardt 
Marketing 

Melanie Reis 
Psychology 

Pedro D. Reis 
Portuguese 

Raquel Reis 
Mathematics 

Kerri L. Renoir 
Accounting 

Trisha A, Reopell 
Finance 

Randi E. Repash 

Medical Laboratory Science 



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Business Administration 

Gracionilde M. Resendes 
Nursing 

Ann Rezendes 
Nursing 

Joshua A. Rhines 
Biology 

Julie C. Ribeiro 
Psychology 

Juraci Ribeiro 

Humanities and Social Sciences 

Andrew J. Rice 
Management 

Matthew P. Richard 
Marketing 

Athena M. Richards 
English 

AnnMarie J. Richmond 
Marketing 

Jessica L. Rickard 
Psychology 

Scott B. Rideout 

Visual Design - Illustration 

Henning Riedel 
Physics 

Toni L Riggin 
Nursing 

Benjamin R. Riggs 
English 

Kyle A Riley 
Political Science 

Diane L. Rioux 
Nursing 

Lucille C Rissler 

Humanities and Social Sciences 

Tara A. Riva 
Nursing 

Brandy L. Rivera 
Psychology 

Leslie A. Rivera 
Sociology 

" Sandra Rivera 
Master of Arts, Teaching 

Jessica L. Roberts 
Sociology 

Stuart D. Roberts 
Finance 

Jessica L. Robidoux 
Chemistry 

Ryan Robidoux 
Computer Science 

Barbara J Robinson 
Nursing 

Debra L. Robinson 
Nursing 

Elena L Robinson 
Psychology 

Jaime B. Robinson 

Humanities and Social Sciences 

Michael D, Robinson 
Master of Arts, Teaching 



Sarah R Robinson 
Marketing 

Wendy S Robinson 
Sociology 

Elvita B. Rocha 
Spanish 

Michael A. Rocha 

Writing and Communications 

Michelle S. Rocha 
Political Science 

Johnathan A, Roche 
Political Science 

Jacqueline J. Rockwell 
Visual Design - Graphic Design 

Diana M. Rodrigues 

Writing and Communications 

Germana T. Rodrigues 
Visual Design - Illustration 

Melissa M. Rodrigues 
Marketing 

Sylvia M. Rodrigues 
Sociology - Criminal Justice 

Charles Rogers 
Art History 

Elizabeth M. Rogers 
Nursing 

Satina A. Rogers 
Psychology 

Anne-Marie J, Rosa 
Accounting 

Heidi K, Rose 
Nursing 

Stephanie D. Ross 
Photography/Electronic Imaging 

Gastrell C. Rossignol 
Psychology 

Gastrell C. Rossignol 
Management 

Tracey L, Ross-Ramos 
Sociology 

Bertrand Rotagnon 
Business Administration 

Ruth E. Rounseville 
Sociology - Criminal Justice 

Patrick C. Rourke 
Marketing 

Brenda Anne Rousseau 
Management 

Kerin I. Rousseau 
Marketing 

Paula M, Roux 
Management 

Edward T. Rowe 

Business Information Systems 

Joseph M. Rubin 
Finance 

Daniel W. Ruble 
Management 

Amy L. Ruggiero 

Humanities and Social Sciences 

Meagan J. Rundell 

Writing and Communications 



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Francis K. Russell 
Mechanical Engineering 

Peter J. Russo 

Visual Design - Illustration 

Jessica Ryan 
Nursing 



Ajay Saini 

Business Administration 

Lisa M. Salema 

Humanities and Social Sciences 

Rania M. Salibi 

Business Information Systems 

Tracey A. Salomon 
English 

Dorrie L. Sanders 

Visual Design - Graphic Design 

Bastien Sandoz 
Business Administration 

Michelle Saniuk 
Accounting 



Thomas Schiegg 
Business Administration 



Michelle E. Silba 
Sociology - Criminal Justice 



Glenn C. Smith 
Management 



Jared T. Spencer 
Sociology - Criminal Justice 



Cheryl Ann Santos 
Nursing 



Elizabeth E. 
Marketing 

Erin Santos 
Chemistry 

Florence T. 
Nursing 



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Santos 



Nancy E. Santos 

Humanities and Social Sciences 

Nina M. Santos 
Biology 

Stephanie A. Santos 
Management 

Laura Elizabeth Sapelly 
Artisanry - Fibers 

Jane Saraiva 
Nursing 

Beena Sarangarajan 
Electrical Engineering 

Nancy Sardinha 
Psychology 

Christine P. Sargent 
Visual Design - Illustration 

Gurukumar A. Sarma 
Electrical Engineering 

Karl D. Sattelmair 
Finance 

Amy A. Saucier 
Biology 

Michelle Sauve 
Management 

Kevin M. Sawula 
Finance 

Daniel I. Schechter 
Marketing 

Nicole M. Schell 

Writing and Communications . 

Daniel M. Schemer 

Writing and Communications 



Christopher M. Schnurr 
History 


Anthony Jerome Silva 
Business Administration 


Melissa A. Smith 
Nursing 


Theresa M. Sprague 
English 


Kerri A, Scholz 

Sociology - Criminal Justice 


Elizabeth Silva 
Art History 


Starr M. Smith 

Sociology - Criminal Justice 


Wendy R, St. Vincent 
Painting 


Robert B Scholz 

Visual Design - Illustration 


Jason Silva 
History 


Stephanie N. Smith 
Textile Design 


Courtenay Xavier St.G 
Psychology 


Stephanie M. Schultz 
Writing and Communications 


Joseph M. Silva 
Mechanical Engineering 


William J. Smith 
Finance 


Jean L. Stanish 
Spanish 


Dwight E. Schwader 
Sociology - Criminal Justice 


Kelly F. Silva 
Nursing 


Laurie C. Smith-Greene 
Sociology 


James E. Stantial 
Management 


Brett W. Schwenzfeier 
Management 


Nair Silva 

Business Information Systems 


Dena L. Smulski 

Visual Design - Graphic Design 


Eric J, Steele 
Chemistry 


Nicole D. Sciacca 

Humanities and Social Sciences 


Vanila R. Silva 
Portuguese 


Michael J. Snow 
Mathematics 


Matthew D. Stephens 
History 


Bancy J. Seale 

Business Information Systems 


Vanila R, Siiva 

Business Information Systems 


Jennifer M. Soares 
Nursing 


Taylor C. Stevenson 
Textile Design 


Heidi A. Sears 
Photography 


Aaron A. Silvia 
Civil Engineering 


Peter Soares 
Sociology 


Kelly A, Stockbarger 
Nursing 


MarkH. Sees 
Political Science 


Eileen M. Silvia 

Visual Design - Ceramics 


Zeyno Sobaci 
Business Administration 


Joshua A, Stockwell 
Management 


Dana B. Sell 
Marketing 


Brett D, Simarrian 
Sociology - Criminal Justice 


David A. Sologaistoa 
Humanities and Social Sciences 


Andre R. Straker 
Economics 


Carlos M. Semedo 
Mathematics 


Paul C, Simister 

Visual Design - Graphic Design 


. Yiluo Song 

Computer Science 


Julie A. Strittmatter 
Finance 



Valerie Ann Seney 
Psychology 

Mithun A. Shah 
Textile Technology 

Vishal Suryakant Shah 
Computer Science 

Bruce J, Shand 
Mechanical Engineering 

Sonal Sharma 
Electrical Engineering 

Amanda Shaw 
Nursing 

Angela J. Shaw 
Management 

Jeremy H. Shaw 
Painting 

Ryan M. Shea 
Mathematics 

Stefanie E. Shear 
History 

Shawn M. Sheehan 
Marketing 

Gang Shen 
Physics 

Jonathan D. Shepard 
Writing and Communications 

Patrick J. Sherman 

Business Information Systems 

Urvi Jagdish Sheth 
Chemistry 

Tsung-Jieh Shiao 
Electrical Engineering 

Amy Shibles 
Psychology 

Abid M. Siddiqui 
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Music 

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Nursing 

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Marine Biology 

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Sociology 

Sheila N. Sinclair 
Political Science 

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Chemistry 

Ravinder Singh 
Computer Science 

Andrew C. Skeates 
Management 

Lyn C. Skibinski 
Nursing 

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Business Information Systems 

Gabrielle G. Skube 
Visual Design - Illustration 

Kate L, Sladewski 
Nursing ' 

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Psychology 

Daniel C. Smith 

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Computer Engineering 



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Computer Science 

Meagan E. Sorensen 
Sociology 

Paul C. Sorokin 
Photography/Electronic Imaging 

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David A. Souza 

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Psychology 

Heidi Souza 
Sociology 

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Psychology 

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Portuguese 

Leon V. Spain 
Accounting 

Sarah J. Spaulding 
Medical Laboratory Science 

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Biology 



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Colleen Stulb 
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Allison M. Sullivan 

Writing and Communications 

Emma L. Sullivan 
Marketing 

Jessica M. Sullivan 
Psychology 

Rolande C. Sullivan 
Professional Writing 

Timothy P. Sullivan 
Multidisciplinary Studies 

Tricia Leigh Sullivan 
Sociology 

Ming Sun 
Computer Science 

Ranjini Suryanarayanan 
Computer Engineering 

Benjamin P. Sutton 
Computer Science 

Timothy S. Swan 
Music 

Carl F Swass 
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Bradley G. Swinimer 
Finance 

Katie Sylvester 
Management 

Adam Paul Sylvia 

Business Information Systems 

Erica L. Sylvia 
Marketing 



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Accounting 

Nancy L Sypek 
Management 



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Business Administration 

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Computer Science 

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Psychology 

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RePecca L. Taylor 
Psychology 

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Marketing 

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Accounting 

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Master of Arts, Teaching 

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History 

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Computer Science 

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Computer Science 

Michael Tieuli 

Writing and Communications 

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Computer Science 

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Writing and Communications 

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Writing and Communications 

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Accounting 

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Management 

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Business Administration 

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Computer Science 

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Business Administration 

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Sociology 

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Marketing 



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Psychology 

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Finance 

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Sociology 

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Marketing 

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Computer Science 



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Physics 

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Computer Science 

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Electrical Engineering 

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Nursing 

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Accounting 

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Business Administration 

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Psychology 

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Psychology 

Jillian L. Wiley 
Psychology 

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Nursing 

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Marketing 

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Marketing 

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Spanish 

Carmel Wills 
Electrical Engineering 

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English 

Lindsey E, Wilson 
Psychology 

Jarod R. Winters 
History 

Chun T. Wong 
Finance 

Danielle Wood 

Humanities and Social Sciences 

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Biology 

Kathleen A. Woodworth 

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Nursing 

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Mechanical Engineering 



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Marketing 

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Nursing 

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Electrical Engineering 

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Visual Design - Electronic Imaging 

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Computer Science 

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Accounting 

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Management 

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Electrical Engineering 

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Psychology 

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Mechanical Engineering 

Michael F. Young 
Sociology - Criminal Justice 

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Business Administration 



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Computer Science 

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Management 

Natalia Zaychenko 
Business Administration 

Joseph A. Zelinskas 
Marketing 

Darlene Zelinski 
Civil Engineering 

Laurie A. Zell 
Management 



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Business Administration 

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Computer Science 

Tong Zhou 
Electrical Engineering 

June Laura Ziedins 
Psychology 

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Marketing 

Anna J. Zifcak 

Visual Design - Illustration 

Michael J. Zompa 
Visual Design - Illustration 

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Business Information Systems 

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Yearbook Staff 



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National/International News 




Terrorism was a constant threat worldwide. 
Bombings occurred in several Muslim 
nations with western ties. Flights into the 
U.S. were periodically canceled. Equipment 
was installed at airports to conduct instant 
background checks on visitors to the U.S. 



Plans are in place for new construction on 
the site of the World Trade Center, which 
was destroyed on 9/1 1 . If built, the Freedom 
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14,000 people in late summer. As illness 
and deaths increased, a crisis developed 
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John Allen Muhammad and Lee Boyd Malvo 
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sniper shootings. Meanwhile, at least a dozen 
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historic buildings in Paso Robles, including 
the wooden cupola that housed the old two- 
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The nation followed the case of Scott 
Peterson, who was to be tried in the 
deaths of his wife, Lacy, and their unborn 
son. Lacy's disappearance Dec. 24, 2002, 
sparked a massive search in the Modesto, 
Calif. , area . Both bodies washed up on shore 
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marked the 25th anniversary of the papacy 
of Pope John Paul II. During the occasion, 
the 83-year-old pope beatified Mother 
Teresa, the nun who devoted most of her 
life to caring for the sick and destitute in 
Calcutta. 



Nations made preparations in case the virus 
SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome) 
decided to return this winter. SARS, a flu- 
like illness, began in early 2003 in Asia, 
where many people wear face masks for 
protection. 





An improving economy in late 2003 sparked 
hope for the nearly nine million unemployed 
Americans. President George W. Bush 
continued to offer reassurance that the 
economy was picking up, such as during his 
visit to a Maryland Home Depot store. 



More than 20 people died, at least 1,100 
people lost their homes and thousands 
were evacuated as California wildfires roared 
from the Simi Valley south to San Diego in 
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Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore was 
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refusing a federal judge's order to remove 
the Ten Commandments from the Alabama 
Supreme Court building. Protesters prayed 
at the site. 



The U.S. government insisted our beef supply 
was safe, despite the first case of mad cow 
disease reported in Washington state. Several 
nations banned U.S. beef imports. 




Events worldwide marked the 15th annual 
World AIDS Day Dec. 1 . The United Nations 
agency UNAIDS reported that in 2003, 40 
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At least one of my parents lost their job. 

With less income coming to our family, I had to find a job to help out 

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Beckett, the Florida Marlins beat the New 
York Yankees, 2-0, in Game Six to win the 
World Series, it was the second Series win 
for the 11 -year-old franchise. 









The University of Southern California and 
Louisiana State University shared the 
national collegiate football title. Top-ranked 
USC beat Michigan, 28-14, in the Rose Bowl, 
and LSU held Oklahoma to a 21-14 Sugar 
Bowl final. Mixed poll results caused the 
title sharing. 



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first person to win the Tour de France six 
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Huge crowds watched professional golfer 
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Sexual assault charges filed against 
basketball great Kobe Bryant tarnished his 
image with fans and sponsors. Bryant earned 
millions playing for the Los Angeles Lakers, 
but he started losing endorsements worth 
millions of dollars. 










NASCAR officials changed the scoring 
system starting in the 2004 racing season 
to make the last 10 races a "Chase for the 
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Pete Rose finally admitted it. The former 
slugger said in his autobiography he 
gambled on baseball while manager of the 
Cincinnati Reds. Rose was banned for life 
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the next, dazzling NBA fans. Point guard 
LeBron James scored 25 points in his first 
professional game. 



Bethany Hamilton returned to surfing despite 
losing her left arm to a shark. Bethany,13, 
began competing again several weeks after 
the attack. 






D.C. United signed 14-year-old soccer 
phenom Freddy Adu to a four-year contract. 
Adu signed with the Major Soccer League of 
the U.S. after being pursued by several 
international teams. 



The New England Patriots overcame the 
Carolina Panthers, 32-29, in Super Bowl 
XXXVIII, a game that pitted two strong 
defensive teams. Once the offensive teams 
got rolling, however, the lead see-sawed 
until Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, 
who was named MVP, set up the game- 
winning kick by Adam Vinatieri with four 
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Look for a U.S. manned moon mission around 
2018 as President George W. Bush laid cut 
plans for Americans to go to the moon and 
Mars. The U.S. explored Mars this year with 
its Spirit and Opportunity rovers, which sent 
back spectacular photos of the red planet. 
One of the rovers is depicted here in a 
computer simulation. 



Advances in wireless communication meant 
computers were becoming less restrained 
by wires and cables. Reaching the internet, 
printing and file exchanges could all be done 
with a wireless system. 



Asimo, the four-foot robot made by Honda 
of Japan, made a European tour in 2003, and 
was the life of the party at a state dinner 
in Czechoslovakia. Japanese Prime Minister 
Junichiro Koizumi brought Asimo, and the 
robot shook hands, spoke Czech and made 
a toast. 





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Investigators deemed a piece of foam 
insulation that damaged protective outer 
tiles caused the destruction of the Columbia 
space shuttle. Safety standards also were 
blamed, and a NASA reorganization began 
in light of President Bush's space plans. 








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The U.S. is not the only nation exploring 
space. China launched its first manned 
spaceship for a short flight. A European 
probe failed to respond after landing on 
Mars; however, while a European orbiter 
was successfully circling Mars, a Japanese 
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attempt to reduce unwanted email from 
vendors. New technology also developed 
to get rid of spam also kept wanted emails 
from your box. 



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Innovations in appliances were beginning to 
reach the market. A new vacuum cleaner 
roams by itself picking up dirt. And a new 
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drafted. The Pentagon is funding research 
to see if the two-wheeled scooter could 
conduct battlefield search missions, carry 
injured soldiers or haul gear without human 
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It is amazing we ever got off the ground. 
In the re-enactment of the flight of 
the Wright Brothers 100 years ago, the 
reproduction of their flying machine never 
flew, partially due to soggy weather. But the 
celebration honoring the feat went on in Kill 
Devil Hills, N.C. 



Information storage options are getting 
more portable. USB drives are smaller 
than a cigarette lighter, and Zyon Systems 
even makes the Xonix Memory Watch with 
a drive attached to it. You can take your 
information from one computer to another 
without straining any muscles or carrying a 
laptop computer. 




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clone of its mother. This makes the colt and 
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The Lord o/ the Rings trilogy came full 
circle with the release of the final film, 
Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King 
Dec. 17. The film earned The Golden Globe 
for Best Picture, and 1 1 Academy Award 
nominations. 



OutKast, a group formed by Andre 3000 
and Big Boi, hit it big with Hey Ya! from 
the Grammy-winning Album of the Year, 
Speakerboxxx/The Love Below. Beyonce 
Knowles captured four awards from the 
Billboard Music Awards, including new female 
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Friends ended its 10-year, highly rated run 
on NBC in May. Of the six stars, only Matt 
LeBlanc will be continuing his role as Joey 
in a spin-off next season. 








I Alan Jackson was named Entertainer of 
the Year and top Male Vocalist at the 2003 
Country Music Awards, while Martina McBride 
nabbed the Female Vocalist honors. 



The Recording industry Association of 
America escalated its battle against illegal 
downloading and file-sharing by filing lawsuits 
against people, mainly college students, who 
swap massive amounts of music. 










A large number of celebrity deaths 
occurred in 2003. Among the notables were 
entertainer Bob Hope, singers Johnny Cash 
and his wife, June Carter Cash, announcer 
Rod Roddy of T.V.'s The Price is Right, 
and Keiko the killer whale from the Free 
Willy movies. Bob Keeshan, a.k.a. Captain 
Kangaroo, passed away in early 2004. 




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the couple, who had been together for 
18 months, broke off their engagement in 
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District and one janitor won a $95 million 
Powerball in October. After winning, they all 
went to work and fed the students before 
going to the state lottery office to claim 
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Singers Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey 
turned their newlywed status into a hit 
MTV show, Newlyweds. Simpson is lovable 
as the "dumb blonde, " who in one episode 
questioned whether Chicken of the Sea was 
chicken or tuna. 



One of the biggest weddings of the year, in 
terms of money spent, was the marriage of 
Bachelorette Trista Rehn and Ryan Sutter. 
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nuptials, which were seen by 17 million 
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Pixar's Finding Nemo, was nominated 
for an Academy Award for Best Animated 
Feature. In interesting plot twists this year, 
Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the 
Black Pearl, starring Johnny Depp, and the 
Haunted Mansion, starring Eddie Murphy, 
were movies based on Disney theme 
park rides. 




Praise and worship albums were evolving, 
reaching more of a mainstream sound with 
songs from bands such as Third Day and 
Mercy Me. / Can Only Imagine by Mercy 
Me reached some secular air waves in the 
process. 




Lang Lang, 21, who came to the U.S. from 
China about six years ago, has made a name 
for himself in concert as a classical pianist 
with flair. 




Who was your favorite musical artist in 2003? 

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Linkin Park 
OutKast 
Good Charlotte 
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Whose reality is it? in the new Fox Network 
reality television show, The Simple Life, Paris 
Hilton and Nicole Richie moved in with the 
Ledings, an Arkansas farm family. The show 
poked fun at the wealthy pair as they tread 
their way in a world far from their reality. 






Flash mobs were a phenomenon that developed 
from cell phone text messaging. With one text 
message, you could tell everyone you know 
to meet at the same place at the same time 
-say, 2 p.m. Saturday on Main Street -and 
do something attention-getting— like a Tarzan 
yell for 30 seconds -then leave. 



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Some slang words gained status. McJob-a 
low-paying job requiring little skill -entered I 
the newest Merriam-Webster Collegiate 
Dictionary, angering McDonald's officials. 
The newest Oxford Dictionary of English 
I included muggle, bootylicious, boy bands 
and girl bands. 




One phone number for life? You can keep 
your cell phone number when changing 
companies, and make your home and cell 
number the same. Camera phones also were 
popular, but some countries banned them 
over invasion of privacy concerns. 



Studies showed that smoking among high 
school students had dropped and remained 
about the same for middle school students. 
However, tanning beds remain popular with 
teens despite the risk of skin cancer. 



So what is pizza? The U.S. Department of 
Agriculture says pizza does not need crust, 
sauce or cheese to be labeled as pizza for 
sale in grocery stores. USDA also said "pizza 
with meat" products only have to have 2 to 3 
percent meat instead of 12 to 15 percent. 



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