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FRIESEN ENVIROLUX 

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This book is printed on Friesen Envirolux premium paper, made with 80% recycled fiber, 40% post- 
consumer waste, processed chlorine free. By using this environmental paper, Friesens and University 
of Massachusetts Dartmouth, saved the following resources: 



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Friesens, in conjunction with New Leaf Paper, is pioneering environmentally friendly 
alternatives for school yearbooks. 



To the class of 2005: 




Letter from the 



Last summer, I was asked to take the role of Editor in Chief for the Scrimshaw 
Yearbook, serving as a great promotion from my previous position as the 
Business Manager. I took the position without knowing much about what it takes 
to publish a book. Through an amazing staff and a great support system provided 
by the Office of Student Activities and our vendors, I was able to accomplish 
a feat that I deemed impossible to take on. 

This past four years have seen plenty of change, both on-campus and in our 
every day lives. Our approach to this book was different than past publications. 
Through the opinions of the students, we attempted to cater the content to what 
the graduation class felt was important along with capturing the overall growth of 
the campus. This helped spawn the blueprint/construction theme that is carried 
out through the entire book. 

Much like the University, Scrimshaw has gone through a lot of changes. We 
rebuilt our organization after a rough couple of years. Part of this rebuilding plan 
included developing a relationship with a new publishing company, Friesens. 
Working with Friesens allowed us to try something we always wished to 
produce: a full-color yearbook. With the help of the graduating class, we set 
records for the following: most students photographed, most organizations 
represented, most sports teams represented, most contributions from the 
senior class, and most parent ads. 

In closing, I would like to leave you with the idea that anything is possible. Life is 
going to throw you challenges that will seem impossible, but be sure to hold your 
head up high and give it your best. With that in mind, it is with great pride that 
I present to you the 2005 Scrimshaw Yearbook. Through the endless hours put in 
by our dedicated staff, we were able to produce one of the best publications our 
organization has created to date. 




Miller 
Editor-in-Chief 
2005 Scrimshaw Yearbook 





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Fall of 2002 began with a rush 
to get students housed in Pine Dale 
and Oak Glen. The modern style of 
the buildings brought a new look to 
the residential side of the campus and 
were the first dormitory style housing 
facilities built by UMass Dartmouth 
since Elmwood Hall and Maple Ridge 
Hall were constructed in 1976. The 
two new buildings held a total of 804 
residents, 28 resident assistants, and 



2 resident directors. At the start of 
the academic year, not all the furniture 
was in, the laundry facilities were 
not complete, and there were still 
final touches to be made throughout 
the building. Even though these first 
residents of the new dorms faced 
a number of inconveniences at the 
start of the school year, it became 
the pride of the resident communities 
once the bugs were ironed out. While 



the students of Pine Dale and Oak 
Glen adapted to their new buildings, 
the rest of the resident students 
worked to adopt the new naming 
system for the buildings. 

The dorms on campus were renamed 
from their original names 3a, 3b and 
various colors, to names of trees 
and one, the name of a donator. The 
confusion was set with the class 



of 2004. When this class moved 
to UMass Dartmouth for their first 
year, they spent it familiarizing 
themselves with the names of all the 
buildings and once the names were 
mentally set, they were changed. 
Ask any underclassman where 
Elmwood is and they'll tell you. 
Ask a senior where Elmwood is and 
you may get a puzzled look. 



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Fall of 2002 began with a rush 
to get students housed in Pine Dale 
and Oak Glen. The modern style of 
the buildings brought a new look to 
the residential side of the campus and 
were the first dormitory style housing 
facilities built by UMass Dartmouth 
since Elmwood Hall and Maple Ridge 
Hall were constructed in 1976. The 
two new buildings held a total of 804 
residents, 28 resident assistants, and 



2 resident directors. At the start of 
the academic year, not all the furniture 
was in, the laundry facilities were 
not complete, and there were still 
final touches to be made throughout 
the building. Even though these first 
residents of the new dorms faced 
a number of inconveniences at the 
start of the school year, it became 
the pride of the resident communities 
once the bugs were ironed out. While 



the students of Pine Dale and Oak 
Glen adapted to their new buildings, 
the rest of the resident students 
worked to adopt the new naming 
system for the buildings. 

The dorms on campus were renamed 
from their original names 3a, 3b and 
various colors, to names of trees 
and one, the name of a donator. The 
confusion was set with the class 



of 2004. When this class moved 
to UMass Dartmouth for their first 
year, they spent it familiarizing 
themselves with the names of all the 
buildings and once the names were 
mentally set, they were changed. 
Ask any underclassman where 
Elmwood is and they'll tell you. 
Ask a senior where Elmwood is and 
you may get a puzzled look. 



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Naming Guide: 




3A: 


El.mwood 


3B: 


Maple Ridge 


Blue, Red, Yellow: 


Roberts 


Purple, Orange, Green: 


Chestnut 


Pine Dale 




Oak Glen 





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Pine Dale and Oak Glenn 


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Sky Ranch Gn 




by Charles Miller 


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photos by Melmda Amaral, Ben f3oynton 




and Jenn Liang 




The Sky Ranch Grille opened in 
the 2003-2004 Academic year. It has 
the classic appearance and format 
of any fast food restaurant. Students 
who eat here can order a variety of 
hamburger, fish, or chicken combos, 
including some unique sandwiches 
such as the Portabello Mushroom 
sandwich and the Muenster Melt. 
At the Garden Toss a student can have 
a fresh salad custom made to include 



their favorite ingredients and toppings, 
with choices like chicken, eggs, tofu 
and or shrimp. This popular on-campus 
dining came as a big change from the 
meal-to-go setup of the North Alcove 
prior to this addition. 

The Commuter Cafe is a great place 
for students and faculty to grab food 
on the go. When Commuter Cafe was 
re-done, new carpet was laid, walls 



were painted, new lighting added, 
and the tables and chairs were 
replaced. The new Commuter Cafe 
now has a much more comfortable 
setting and was a major visual 
improvement for the campus center. 
The vibrant colors used in the design 
of Commuter Cafe and the Sky Ranch 
Grill have certainly brought new life 
to the Campus Center. 




by Aubrey Geoffroy 

photos by Melinda Amaral 



"She loves to put a smile 
on the students' faces, 
especially the ones who 
look as if they are not 
having a very good day." 



Staff Profile 




Bev is the cheerful lady who swipes your 
card in the Residents' Cafe during breakfast and 
lunch. Initially she came to Umass Dartmouth 
looking for temporary work. Bev was previously 
a hairdresser, but the amount of hours she had to 
work were unreasonable. Her sister, who already 
e Residents' Cafe, told her about it. 
permanently working in Res, and 
rs since she began on February 
that her favorite part of the job 
the students; they keep her feeling 
he loves to put a smile on the students' 
ipecially the ones who look as if they 
having a very good day. Her least favorite 



part of her job is when she has to turn students 
away when they forget their cards. She wishes 
that she could just punch the numbers in for 
them instead of making them leave. One of the 
benefits about working at UMD, Bev says, is 
the long break that comes along with working 
at a college. Bev and her husband love to travel 
as much as possible. This upcoming break they 
are going on a cruise, and she is very excited. 
In her spare time, Bev loves spending it with 
her grandchildren. She also enjoys taking trips 
to Fox Woods once in a while to try her luck at 
winning big. 





The Star Store, located in down- 
town New Bedford, is part of UMass 
Dartmouth's CVPA campus. Before 
it's opening in 2001 , it was originally 
a department store. Now with its 
new purpose as an art college, it is 
where a good portion of the CVPA 
students commute to at some point 
or another during their career at UMD. 
Whether it is those early mornings 
freshman year at 8 AM on the bus 
for the foundation classes or staying 
those late, late nights until closing at 
2 AM, the Star Store is a lively and 
industrious place. 



Five floors high, there are studios 
for ceramics, textiles, metals, wood, 
printmaking, painting, and sculpture 
undergraduate and graduate students. 
Most of the upper-class and graduate 
students, whose majors are in these 
areas, have their own studio spaces. 
Here they can spread out their work 
and stylize and accessorize their 
spaces to suit their needs best. 
Couches, arm chairs, microwaves and 
the sort are all here. The Star Store is 
like a home away from home to some. 



It's downtown location is on the up 
and coming, with quite a few small 
galleries for students to show work 
in as well as small local restaurants 
to dine at. One of the main events 
that the Star Store is involved with 
is AHA! night, which occurs each 
month. AHA!, which stands for An, 
History, and Architecture, takes place 
every second Thursday of the month. 
It involves local galleries and museums 
staying open into the late evening 
and being free of charge to the public. 



During AHA!, the Star Store is open 
to all who wish to view the artwork 
in numerous gallery spaces throughout 
the building, as well as visit studios 
of the artists to see works in progress. 
Whether it may be a paint or clay 
covered student dancing down the 
halls, or some gigantic sculpture being 
moved in the freight elevator, the 
Star Store is constantly alive. 
The inhabitants make a visit unlike any 
other. The Star Store is definitely 
a fascinating experience. 



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Star Store 


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Fall of 2004 was to mark an era 
for campus housing. Apartment style 
dorms were approved for campus, 
providing students with yet another 
housing alternative. In the fall 
of 2003, housing proposed an offer 
to students: If they signed up to live 
at a hotel, they would be the first 
to move into these apartments once 
they were completed. Initially the 
offer was for the Comfort Inn and 



Days Inn. When students were 
placed in the Dartmouth Motor Inn, 
however, plans fell through and all the 
volunteers were moved to the Days 
Inn. 

As the semester began those 
volunteers faced a lot of challenges: 
they had no Internet access, a lack 
of furniture, and constant changes 
in regards to meal plan options. 



After overcoming these difficulties 
these students finally settled into their 
temporary homes. Housing selections 
for the new apartments took place 
in November. During winter break 
students were given the option 
to move their belongings back home 
or they were provided storage on 
campus until they could move to their 
brand new apartments in January. 




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For the last couple of years Res 
Cafe has been the place of choice 
for all your dining needs. . . that is 
of course if you intended to wait 
in long lines, eat quickly, and run. 
The all to familiar scenery: tables with 
propped legs, broken chairs, buckets 
collecting rain drops, fruit flies buzzing 
around the tray return. The rundown 
appearance of the Residential Cafe 
made it lose its appeal as a place for 
you and your friends to hang out. 



Then after the 2004 Spring 
semester students went home and 
the reconstruction effort began. 
Throughout the summer our Res Cafe 
received a total makeover. Similar 
to the changes seen in the campus 
center, the Res Cafe was given 
a facelift inclusive of new seating, 
lighting, and vibrant colors and decor. 

Following this remodeling Res Cafe 
has become a much nicer setting 
for grabbing a bite to eat and talking 



amongst your friends. Now students 
can sit at tables, booths, or even 
stools. A new system and setup for 
the tray return has made it much faster 
and cleaner. The overall ambience of 
the dining hall is inviting, comfortable, 
and the space is more accommodating 
- making the food and company all that 
much more enjoyable. UMD Res Cafe 
goers are pleased with the end result; 
I think we can all agree it was money 
well spent. 



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Res Cafe 


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A letter from the 
Class Presiden 



photos by Charles Miller 



"Our history 
will define 
UMD for years 
to come." 



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To the Class of 2005 - this year's Senior Class! 

the years, we as a class have seen UMass 
Dartmouth go through many changes. From plenty 
of new residence halls, the renaming of existing 
dorms, a new football field, as well as a total 
reconstruction of the student dining hall, campus 
center, and many classrooms. Through all of these 
changes, the Class of 2005 has been affected 
by the changing shape and size of UMass 
Dartmouth. We have grown and have helped lead 
UMD into the future. 

We, the Class of 2005, defined excellence. 
Our history will define UMD for years to come. 
We thought big and challenged ourselves. 
The friends we made and the relationships we will 
keep have defined us. We have met different people 
with different interests who have helped us broaden 
who we are. These relationships will last a lifetime. 
We learned how to think, live, and be successful. 
We chose to participate in our college life. 
Education is a process and success came when 
we worked together. 

On the day we received our UMass Passes, our 
lives changed; we started college. We chose UMass 
Dartmouth to be our home and we never thought 
leaving it would be our next big change. Yet you truly 
never really leave a place you love. Each and every 
one of us will take a piece of this university when we 
leave, and in turn, will also leave a piece of 
ourselves behind. 



Senior year was surely a year to remember. 
We will forever have the memories we've created 
each year that are special and different: hanging 
at the rocki^^^^wat the res cafe, chilling in the 
campus center, rocking it at the UMD pub, playing 
at the Dell field, gathering in the commuter lounge, 
attending UMD sporting events, and wandering 
around the Dell aimlessly. We will never forget 
mee]^^^Hoommates for the first time, spending 
time with best friends, cooking with suitemates, 
relaxing with a girlfriend or boyfriend, going crazy 
during finals, attending UMD social events, having 
a blast at senior week, and coming together 
at graduation! 

Change is a difficult concept to grasp and through 
the years here at UMD, as a class, we have 
witnessed a lot of change. The main point of all of 
this change is that we went through it together. 
Never forget that you were a member of the Class 
of 2005 here at UMass Dartmouth and a part 
of breaking new ground at UMD. In the future, 
continue to lead and be successful in whatever 
you will do, whether it be grad school, a job, or just 
taking a break; always remember to enjoy it. 
Do what it takes to get where you want to go; take 
that chance or risk and make a change. 

Thanks for making my time here amazing; a piece 
of you will be with me always! You rock! Thanks! 



Jennifer Granger 

Senior Class President - Class of 2005 



A Leader's Thoughts 
Saying Goodbye 




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UMD 


Commuter Lounges 




by Jen Howard 










photos by 


Melmda Amaral 












For any commuter student 
at UMass Dartmouth, the lounges 
around campus have been places 
to relax after class, do some last 
minute studying before an exam, 
eat lunch, and socialize with fellow 
classmates. During the summer 
of 2004, many of us began to notice 
that the commuter lounges in Group I 
had begun to undergo some changes. 
The worn, blue carpets and upholstery 



were finally removed and later 
replaced with more modern oranges 
and tans. New chairs as well as large, 
square, padded tables were brought in. 
The commuter areas not only boasted 
a more modern look, but also had 
a trendy appeal. 

In conjunction with the construction 
in the lounges, SodexHo began 
replacing the food carts that are 



dispersed throughout the academic 
buildings on campus. This process 
commenced in Group VI and continued 
in Groups I and II. Along with a new 
look, the dining carts also sported 
a more extensive menu. In the past, 
only small snacks, soda, and coffee 
were sold to long, messy lines 
of students. Now, however, the 
carts are much more organized and 
sell soups, sandwiches, muffins, 



fruit, yogurt, as well as coffee, soda, 
and water. Students also have the 
opportunity to use their resident dining 
plan to purchase a breakfast or lunch 
on the go. 

Overall, reactions from commuters 
to these improvements have been 
positive. After all, don't we deserve 
a comfortable place in which to do our 
work while eating a convenient meal? 





With the addition of the new apart- 
ments, there has been an increase 
in the amount of construction traffic, 
as well as in the number of student 
cars on campus. This has all resulted 
in less room for parking. In response 
to this issue, UMD has extended 
two parking lots so that they can 
accommodate almost twice their 
original capacity. Parking decals 
continue to become more specific 
(e.g. Cedar Dell, Resident, Commuter, 
or Satellite Student) in order 



to alleviate the space problems 
currently being faced by the UMass 
Dartmouth community. 

Other improvements meant to 
increase safety on campus have also 
occurred. Crosswalks all over Ring 
Road were repainted and blinking 
yellow lights were installed on the 
main walkway between the dorms and 
Centennial Way. Essentially, when 
a student approaches this crosswalk, 
a sensor activates flashing strobes 



as well as a crosswalk sign. Both help 
to alert drivers that someone is about 
to be crossing the Ring. As a result, 
driver awareness of pedestrians has 
increased greatly at night. 

Furthermore, many of us may have' 
noticed a greater presence of UMD 
law enforcement members around 
campus. Guards are often in the 
shack located at the entrance to the 
university, checking parking decals 
and monitoring the number of visitors. 



Cops can also be found driving around 
the Dell and the residence halls in 
an effort to make all areas of the 
campus safe. It is possible that many 
of these initiatives are being taken 
to reduce the number of thefts that 
have occurred in the recent past. 

RS. Remember the Red Sox riots? 
There were choppers, SWAT teams, 
and parking lots full of cruisers to keep 
the chaos to a minimum. 



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Safety on Campus 




by Jen Howard 


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Enforcement 




Melmda Amaral 



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9/1 1 Memoria 




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photos by 


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Scrimshaw Stock Photos 




Among the different changes and 
transformations UMass Dartmouth has 
been through in these last four years, 
there is one change outside of the 
campus community that had a huge 
impact on us all, even today. 

In the fall of 2001 , everyone went 
dutifully to class, not knowing the 
events that would occur. For many 
of us, it was only two weeks into our 
freshman year. I can recall walking 
through the campus center to get 
to my next class and seeing a huge 



crowd of people watching the big 
screen television, everyone quiet with 
these solemn looks. I had no idea what 
was going on but something did not 
seem right. But I was in a rush, so 
I continued on my way only to discover 
my class and all others would be 
cancelled. Disaster had struck. 
My professor approached the class 
with his hands in his pockets and 
his head looking downward. He told 
us about the terrorists who hijacked 
planes and crashed into the 
World Trade Center. 



Then came the Pentagon and 
Pennsylvania. Hundreds of innocent 
people had been killed and we could 
do nothing about it but pray for the 
best. Many tried to call their family 
and friends in New York but all lines 
were down. On campus, Ring Road 
was packed with students trying 
to go home and be with their families. 

For the rest of the year, I do not 
believe there was one day where 
September 1 1 th was not brought up 
in conversation. "Where were you?" 



"I was in class." "I was in my friend's 
room." " I was at the Star Store." 
Everyone has a different story for that 
day. We will always know exactly 
where we were and when we found 
out. While looking through old articles 
about the tragedy, all the memories 
came rushing back and I was over- 
whelmed with emotion. We will never 
forget what happened that day and 
we will keep all those who lost their 
lives in our hearts and minds. 





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It was not too long ago that 
students waited at the back of the 
school store to pick up their Umass 
Passes, did their banking at the ground 
level of the Campus Center, and spent 
free time in the arcade/pool room. 

In the past couple of years the ground 
level of the Campus Center has been 



revitalized. Carpet was pulled up, 
new flooring was put down and paint 
was applied to enhance the overall 
appearance. Umass Pass was moved 
from the back of the school store 
to where the bank used to be, and 
waiting in line is much less of 
a hassle. The arcade/pool room was 
changed to the UMD Lounge and Pub. 



A closed area is now the home of the 
Underground Cafe, popular due to its 
smoothies, coffee, and snacks. Along 
with all of these changes, the Campus 
Store has been remodeled to be more 
accommodating and visually appealing. 



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Lower Le^el Campus Center 


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Charlton College of business 




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At the start of the Fall 2004 
semester, the students and faculty 
of the Charlton College of Business 
were welcomed with the opening 
of the new business center. This 
building, which had been in con- 
struction for the last couple of 
years, opened its doors on the first 
of October. For many students the 



completion of this building brought 
about a long-awaited silence; past 
lectures in Group II were frequently 
disrupted by the sounds 
of construction. 

The first floor was designed with 
the idea of holding conferences and 
meetings. Faculty has been housed 



in new, modern looking offices 
on the second and third floors of the 
college. For the first time business 
students can find their professors in 
one building and avoid wandering from 
the third floor of Group I, to the trailers 
behind Dion, to the depths of Violette. 




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While vacationing folks coming 
from out of town may reside in the 
Days Inn for a day or so, many UMD 
students found the Days Inn to be 
their permanent home for quite some 
time. Located in New Bedford on 
Hathaway Road, the Days Inn and 
UMass Dartmouth made arrangements 
for students to live in the hotel while 
construction on the new dorms began. 
Despite the best efforts from both the 
Days Inn and the Office of Housing 
and Residential Life, living in the hotel 
proved to be a different experience 



than in the dorms. Students 
experienced many difficulties during 
their stay: Internet connections would 
constantly shut down, getting a meal 
plan was a project in itself and even 
the size of the rooms proved to be 
a problem. Residents found 
themselves in rooms of varying sizes; 
the smallest of these being 144 square 
feet in area that translates into 72 
square feet per person. There simply 
just wasn't enough room for the 
average student. 



The plan wasn't to keep students 
at the Days Inn for too long, but those 
plans were altered due to many changes 
including the initial contractors pulling 
out of the new dorm construction. The 
Fall '04 semester was challenging for 
most Days Inn residents as they found 
themselves rushing to the "Dart Van" 
to shuttle them to class. A sense of 
isolation from the UMD community fell 
on most Days Inn residents, making 
them wonder if they would ever be 
residing at the new dorms anytime soon. 



Fortunately, the new dorms were 
completed for the Spring '05 semester 
and the Days Inn residents were 
given the first opportunity to move in. 
Needless to say, students were thrilled 
to be back on-campus, giving them the 
sense that they were now part of the 
UMD community again. With the new 
dorms being of such high quality, many 
students who resided in the Days Inn 
believe that the wait was worth it. 



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/ 



by Aubrey Geoffroy 

photos by Charles Miller 




Staff Profile 



e is thrilled to 
work with those 

J students who are 
leaders, involved in 
^pmaking positive con 
tributions." 



Chris Laib, better known as simply "Laib", 
is the Assistant Director of student activities here 
at UMass Dartmouth. In 1998, he started off 
working in the Office of Housing and Residential 
Life as a Residence Director. At the beginning of 
this academic year he transitioned into the Office 
of Student Activities. Laib says that the change 
to a new department has been an all around 
positive experience. He is thrilled to work with 
students who, he believes, are leaders that want 
to be involved in making positive contributions 
to the school. Needless to say, this makes his job 
a more enjoyable experience. 

As Assistant Director of Student Activities, 
Laib is responsible for advising the following: 
the Campus Activities Board, Torch, Greek Life, 
the class of 2008, and Family Orientation. 



He also supports his staff at the Office of Student 
Activities while making sure that there is always 
fresh material going out of the office. Although 
there are many positive aspects to his job, 
Laib says that his favorite aspect is that the job 
is never repetitive and there is something new 
to do every day. He has the pleasure of seeing 
students start with a simple idea and watching 
it grow into a big event or organization. 

Chris feels that UMass Dartmouth has made 
positive strides in turning into more of 
a community in the past few years and there 
doesn't seem to be any signs of that stopping. 

With people like Laib contributing to these 
positive strides, who would disagree? 




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A SMALL GLIMPSE INTO RED SOX HISTORY! 



A Long Drought: Despite their 
amazing efforts, the Red Sox have 
not won a World Series title since 
1918. 

What Goes Around Comes Around: 
The Sox lost against the St. Louis 
Cardinals in the 1 946 World Series. 
Birth of a Curse: The rivalry between 



the Sox and the Yankees dates back 
to the 1 920's when Babe Ruth was 
sold off to the Yankees, creating the 
evil curse. 

Let's Make Some History: The 2004 
Red Sox are the first team in MLB 
history to comeback from a 0-3 
deficit to win a seven 
game series. 




The Curse is broken. 



Ortiz is my Papi 



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"We Believe!" 



"No more 'Wait until next year.' This is next year! 



it 



Keep the faith. 



"Yankees Suck!" 
a i 



Let's Go Red Sox! 



it 



Walking around campus moments 
after the final out of the World Series, 
you could feel the energy emitting from 
ecstatic students. A huge 86-year weight 
hadfinallybeen lifted off thedie-hard Red 
Sox Faithful. The following is what a few 
students here at UMass Dartmouth had 
to say about the Boston Red Sox making 
history. You figure that someone would 
havesomethingtosay about a victory that 
was 86 years in the making, right? 

Q. "What meant more toyou: the Red Sox 
beating the Yankees or winning the World 
Series?" 

A. "Beating the Yankees was much more 
important to me than beating the 
Cardinals. The Yankees took us out last 
year with their late inning heroics 
and it devastated everyone. Of course, 
winning the World Series was amazing. 
However, seeing the Red Sox finally beat 
their rivals after so many years of coming 
socloseandjust not making it happen was 
the ultimate bliss for me 
and all Sox fans." 

Q. "How did you celebrate the win?" 
A. " I celebrated with a few of my closest 
friends. We were up all night 
cheering the Red Sox on and making fun 
of the Yankees. It was awesome." 

Q. "Why have you been such a loyal Red 
Sox fan?" 



A. "Because I'm from Boston and my 
parentsarelongtimefans.solwasbrought 
up as a Red Sox fan. Also, because "I 
believe! Ortiz is the man!" 

Many UMD students showed their 
continuing support and love for the 2004 
World Serieschampsbyattendingthe Red 
Sox parade in Boston on October 30th, 
2004. Along with many other members 
of Red Sox Nation, UMD students were 
scatteredfrom Fenway Parktothebanksof 
the Charles River, losing their voices one 
cheeratatime,showingtheirappreciation 
for the 2004 Red Sox bringing a World 
Series championship to Boston. 

Looking back, many students will 
rememberwheretheywerewhentheRed 
Sox won their first World Series title in 
86 years. Needless to say, this historic 
sporting event brought the students of 
UMD together in a way only passion and 
faith for the home team can. 



by Aubrey Geoffroy 

photos by: Shaun DaCunha 




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by: Joshua Sadeck 




In the collegiate world, one can 
survive their educational experiences 
as either a commuter or a resident. 
While I may be a proud commuter 
of UMass Dartmouth who sees plenty 
of positives to this college lifestyle, 
I'm not ignorant to the negatives 
that come along with it. The biggest 
negative of them all being the parking 
situation. Needless to say, it's difficult 
to find a parking spot during school 
hours here at UMD. When mother 
nature decides to bring down some 
snowfall, it makes matters worse. 
A five-minute walk to campus by 
residents in a storm can equal an 
hour's drive in treacherous conditions 
for commuters. That's not the only 
driving obstacle we commuters face, 
though. I know I speak for many 
when I say the neon orange color 
of a parking ticket is a certified day- 
ruiner. When parking spots become 
impossible to find, many commuters 
park on the grass next to one of the 
lots. We know a parking ticket is in 
our future, but when you're rushing 
to get to class, you just bite the bullet 
and take it. Also as commuters, we 
miss out on the social aspect of the 
"college experience". It's tough to 
make friends as your college years 
basically consist of going to class and 
then going home. 

It's not all bad, though. Fortunately, 
as commuters, we deal with minimal 
distractions. I've heard tales of fire 
alarms being pulled in the Residence 
Halls during finals week at three 
o'clock in the morning, noisey 
roommates who just don't seem to 
go to sleep and parties that last till 
the crack of dawn. Commuters also 
receive a lesson in promptness since 
they do not wish to arrive late to 



class. The best aspect of commuter 
life, though, is the price. Even though 
fees are rising at an alarming rate, 
commuters still have to pay much 
less per semester than our residential 
counterparts. The more money you 
save the better, I say. 

Different lifestyles bring different 
experiences. While there are times 
when I wonder what it would be like 
to be a resident on-campus, I'm happy 
with my decision to be a commuter. 
Not to say being a resident doesn't 
have its benefits (it definitely does). 
But here at UMass, I feel that being 
a commuter is a great benefit not 
only to my academic progress, but in 
preparing me for the world I will be 
graduating into. 

But one thing is for sure, the neon 
orange of the parking violation tickets 
will haunt my dreams for years 
to come. 



Communicating 

Commuter 
r\ Life: 

The^ory of 
^jCommuters 

photos by: Scrimshaw staff 



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by: Mary-Kate Kasper 

Bzzzzzt! 

Your alarm goes off at a time your 
blurred vision can barely make out. 
You rise and shine to start another 
day full of classes, social situations 
and cell phone calls. A quick hop into 
the shower, a quick shave (or not) 
and you're out the door, leaving just 
enough time to be a minute late for 
your first class. As you're speeding 
down the road to campus, the same 
plea loops over and over in your mind: 

" Please let there be a parking space ! " 



The plea goes unanswered, though. 
Sure enough, before you can even 
step foot on UMD's mile long 
walkways to get to class, you have 
to compete. ..err.. ."find" a parking 
spot; the favorite game for commuters 
and residents alike. 

You swing into the parking lot of 
choice, steadied by some kind of 
mystical gravitational force, and begin 
what I like to call "The Creep." 
It's that lurk up and down the jam- 
packed aisles of cars, hoping to 
discover the holy grail of spots. 



But once your initial inspection turns 
out to be unfruitful, the speed picks 
up and you begin to weave or barrel, 
depending on your style, up and down 
jam-packed rows. A turn into the next 
aisle brings hope of salvation, but 
there ends up being nothing. Just as 
hope diminishes, the clock reads five 
minutes to the hour and classes are 
just getting out. All you have to do 
is wait, pick a target and follow. 

Departing students mosey on and, 
unknowingly, herd metallic buffaloes 
that creep behind them. 



These students become saviors for 
a moment, but you love 'em then 
leave 'em once they are out of your 
spot. Breathing a sigh of relief, you 
throw your car into park and scurry 
off to class. You have survived another 
parking lot challenge. Your reward? 
Sitting in class. 

The commuter: a by-any-means- 
necessary survivor or a vicious 
predator? You decide. 



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It's been an 
awesome ride. 
I'm wicked glad 
that I got to be 
a part of it. 
It's crazy that 
these four years 
just flew by." 



Student Profile 

by Stefanie Zopatti 






Bonnie Nimmo is one of the busiest students 
at UMass Dartmouth. From Campus Activities 
Board, to being a founding sister of Delta Phi 
Omega, she's always on the go. With all the 
different things she has her hands in, she's still 
always smiling and cheery. How does she do it? 
What made her decide on this busy lifestyle? 

During her freshman year here at UMD, 
Bonnie was chosen to be a part of the Freshman 
Leaders Symposium. There she met Tananya 
Walters, advisor to the Campus Activities Board 
(CAB). Tananya told her all about CAB and how 
fun it was, so she decided to join. For her first 
program, Bonnie planned a Drive-in Movie night 
in the campus quad. The movie: The Fast and 
The Furious. The turnout: huge! It was a great 
success. She obviously had found her niche. 

Since freshman year, she has gone from 
a Resident Assistant to an Assistant Resident 
Director in Elmwood Hall. She is also Vice 
President of the Class of 2005, a coordinator 



for United Leaders, and was an orientation 
leader in 2002 and 2003. 

Outside of her hectic schedule, she likes 
to spend time with her friends. Maybe you'll 
see her cruising to the beach or hanging out 
at the Immigrant. She says she's met so many 
great people these last four years and she just 
wants to be with them as much as possible 
before everyone graduates. 

And of course, the almighty question, 
where is Bonnie going after UMass? 
Since her sophomore year, she decided she 
wanted to go to graduate school to study 
in higher education and student affairs. 

For the senior class, she just wanted to say, 
"It's been an awesome ride. I'm wicked glad 
that I got to be a part of it. It's crazy that these 
last four years just flew by. It seems like just 
yesterday we were moving in for the first time, 
but man it's been awesome." 



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Tourgasm 



by Jason Perry 

photos by: Stefanie Zopatti 



featuring: Dane Cook 

Robert Kelly 
Gary Gulman 
Jay Davis 



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On April 28'\ UMass Dartmouth 
had one collective Tourgasm. 

Thousands from UMD and the surround- 
ing area packed into the Tripp Athletic 
Center for the raunchy, pull-no-punches 
comedy of Jay Davis, Gary Gulman, 
Robert Kelly and the headliner, Dane 
Cook. For Gulman, Kelly and Cook, the 
Massachusetts leg of the tour was 
a homecoming as all three men hail from 
the Boston area. 

With scattered showers appearing on 
and off, students and other rabid Dane 
Cook fans waited in line two hours prior 
to the opening door time, guaranteeing 
themselves a front row experience. 
Standing in line, you could see plenty of 
students wearing Tourgasm t-shirts or 
custom-made shirts with phrases like 
/ Want To Have Dane Cook's Love Child 
scrolled across the chest. The festive 
atmosphere made a seemingly long wait 
in line bearable for most. As the line 
began to grow longer, the doors finally 
swung open and people eagerly filed in. 

With rows upon rows of white folding 
chairs filling up every space of the Tripp 
Athletic Center Gymnasium, students 
hunted for the best seats possible. 
The Tourgasm symbol; an outline of the 
U.S. with the word Tourgasm in the 
middle, was illuminated on the bleach- 
ers for all to see. Cameramen panned 
the crowd with their video cameras, 
catching the excitement and high-ener- 
gy of rabid, screaming fans that may 
be put on Cook's next DVD. When 
everyone was finally seated, the lights 
dimmed, causing a huge eruption from 
the crowd that only hours upon hours 
of anticipation can create. 



Jay Davis was the first comedian to 
take the stage and doubled as MC for 
the night. He warmed up the crowd 
nicely with jokes about having a close 
facial resemblance to that of actors 
Anne Heche and Emilio Estevez. Next, 
NBC's Last Comic Standing finalist 
Gary Gulman took the stage and proved 
to be a huge hit with the many ladies 
in attendance. However, most would 
argue that Comedy Central's Tough 
Crowd with Colin Quinn regular Robert 
Kelly stole the show. The charismatic 
and brutally blatant Kelly had the crowd 
in the palm of his hand, feeding off 
every joke he delivered about topics 
ranging from being overweight to the 
satisfaction of scaring other people. 
Kelly left to a well-deserved standing 
ovation from the UMD crowd. 

Regardless of Kelly's performance, 
many will still say that the night 
belonged to Dane Cook. Performing 
a mix of new material and jokes from 
his number one selling CD/DVD Harm- 
ful If Swallowed, Cook's outrageous 
mannerisms and crude humor delighted 
all in attendance. With a full hour 
performance, Cook never gave the 
audience a chance to catch a break 
from their gut-busting laughter. 

Dane Cook and the guys stormed 
onto the campus of UMD with the 
intention of delivering an entertaining 
two hours of comedy. By the end 
of the night, judging from the many 
smiling faces of those in attendance, 
they had succeeded. 




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Maya 



Maya Angelou draws large 
crowds wherever she speaks and 
her visit to UMass Dartmouth was 
no different. On November 10 ,h , over 
2,300 people found themselves in 
the Tripp Athletic Center eager to hear 
her uplifting words and see how vast 
her knowledge truly is. 

Angelou, having conquered 
and accomplished the unthinkable 
throughout her lifetime, now 
encourages people of all ages and 



by Aubrey Geoffroy 



photos by: Nate Silva 



races to do the same. Her words 
of wisdom reassure each and every 
person that they have the ability 
to do something great within their 
lives. "Hardships and struggles should 
only be used as catalysts to make 
them a stronger person", she explains. 
She believes that all people, no matter 
who they are, have a "rainbow within 
the clouds" and can make a positive 
difference as long as determination 
is present. 



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Dr. Angelou also explained how 
her traumatizing childhood ultimately 
made her the person that she is 
today. She told stories of being raped 
by a family member and feeling 
responsible for his murder thus 
causing her to become mute at the 
young age of seven. After these 
events, Angelou was sent away from 
her family to live with her biological 
grandmother. Her grandmother 
introduced her to literature, telling her 
to start with 



"A" and read all the literature 
throughout the alphabet to "Z". It 
was at that point when Maya soon 
discovered her passion for poetry. 
Through this passion, she slowly 
began to develop her speech. 

For the two hours that she spoke, the 
audience was focused and completely 
captivated by her encouraging words. 
Angelou has vigor and an amazing 
ability for story telling. She held the 
attention of all with jokes relating 



to her childhood and her Uncle Willy. 
They were not only humorous, but 
carried with them inspiration and 
wisdom that all could relate to. 

Today, Maya Angelou is 76 years old 
and still on her quest through life. 
She is not only considered a poet, but 
a civil-rights activist, educator, mentor, 
historian, actress, best-selling author, 
producer and director. Her visit here 
at UMD will surely be remembered 
as a positive, beneficial event. 



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NIVERSITY of 

MASSACHUSETTS 
DARTMOUTH 




Bliz 




by Stefanie Zopatti 

photos by: Melinda Amaral 



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Old Man Winter doesn't believe in 
love-taps. When he hits, he hits hard. 

It was a Saturday night; just a couple 
of days before the kickoff of the Spring 
semester of 2005. Most weather 
forecasts predicted the blizzard would 
strike Massachusetts around that time. 
Students who arrived early to campus 
knew they would be waking up to 
a blanket of white all around. But, 
never did they imagine not being able 
to even open their apartment doors, 
as was the case for many Cedar Dell 
residents. Ice, inches upon inches of 
snow and feet-high snowdrifts had 
taken over campus. Massachusetts 
was in a state of emergency. 

We weren't going anywhere. 



went down to Cedar Dell, you could 
witness daredevil residents jumping 
out of their second-story windows into 
the huge snowdrifts below. Needless 
to say, everyone was set out to make 
the best of being snowed in. 

The blizzard caused the university 
to close on Monday and Tuesday. 
Classes were supposed to resume 
on Wednesday, but many students 
found their hike to class to be a waste 
as their professors were no where 
to be found. While it ended up being 
a messy week that set everyone 
back, it also turned into a memorable 
experience. It's not very often that 
Dartmouth, Massachusetts gets 
slammed with three feet of 
heavy snow. 



Being the opportunistic bunch that 
they are though, many UMass 
students decided to make the best 
of this newly established winter 
wonderland. They bundled up in their 
warmest clothes, mixed up some 
hot chocolate, and went outside to 
play! Some students got together and 
walked around campus as they stared 
in awe at the large amounts of snow. 
Others, who craved some excitement, 
went sledding or played some good 
old-fashioned snow football. But, if you 



Snow days are always a great excuse 
to not do any work. It gives most 
students a chance to sit back, relax, 
and take the day off. 

And we all deserve a day off once in 
a while, right? 






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out of 100 people 



Top Campus 
Hangouts 

49% The Dell 
24% Underground Cafe 
12% Group VI Benches 
09% Unity House 
06% The Rock 



Top College Biggest 

Alcoholic Beverages Movie Flop 

35% Bud Light 69% Gigli 

24% Jack Daniels 12% Catwoman 

22% Smirnoff Twists 12% Daredevil 

13% Captain Morgan 06% Van Helsing 

06% Keystone 01% Envy 



BO 



Most Annoying 
Expressions 

27% "That's Hot" 
27% "You're the 

Weakest Link" 
22% "You're Fired!" 
16% "Is That Your 

Final Answer?" 
08% Metro Sexual 



Top Gadgets You 
Can't live Without 

48% iPod 

27% USB Jump Drive 

21% Nextel 2-Way Radio 

04% PDA [Palm Pilot] 






ngland 

atnots 



From a run-of-the-mill Cinderella 
story to an unstoppable dynasty, 
the New England Patriots have brought 
an immeasurable amount of joy to 
many students at UMass Dartmouth. 
Not since the 80's era of the 
Boston Celtics has a professional 
New England team been so consistent 
in its success. In the past four years, 
we've witnessed three Super Bowl 
victories, an NFL record 21 straight 
victories, and the birth of a dynasty 
in this era of free agency and 
big-money contracts. 

With so much success under their 
belts, Pats fans here at UMD have 
plenty of fond memories to recollect: 



by Jason Perry 



Who can forget the infamous 
2002 AFC Divisional Playoff 
game, a.k.a. the "Snow Bowl" 
on January 1 9 ,h against the 
Oakland Raiders? If you listen 
closely, you can still hear Raider 
fans complaining about the 
"Tuck Rule". 

21 straight victories meant 21 
straight weeks of happiness 
for Pats fans. Stretching two 
seasons (including the playoffs) 
from October 5 ,h , 2003 until 
October 31 st , 2004, the Patriots 
etched their names into the NFL 
record books with this 
amazing accomplishment. 



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Each Super Bowl victory had it's 
own special satisfaction. Super 
Bowl XXXIX against the Eagles 
marked the official birth of the 
Patriots dynasty. Super Bowl 
XXXVIII saw analysts predicting 
that the Pats wouldn't be able 
to match the intensity of a hungry 
Carolina Panthers team and that 
an upset was in the making. 
Needless to say, the Patriots 
proved otherwise. 

But they say you never forget 
your first time and this holds true 



to the Pats first Super Bowl 
victory on February 3 rd , 2002 at 
Super Bowl XXXVI against the 
St. Louis Rams. Many predicted 
the statistically amazing Rams 
offense to annihilate the Patriots 
in the same fashion the 49ers 
crushed the Broncos by 45 
points in Super Bowl XXIV. 
As the old saying goes; that's 
why the game is not played on 
paper. With the score 17-17 and 
under two minutes in the game 
to go, the Patriots marched 
down the field into Rams 



territory as then FOX announcer 
John Madden bellowed in the 
background that the Patriots 
should take a knee and try their 
luck in overtime. Madden would 
later insert his foot in his mouth 
(and attempt to eat it) as the 
final Patriots drive set up 
a game-winning Adam Vinatieri 
field goal. The Patriots pulled off 
the unthinkable: a theme that 
has seemed to stick with them 
ever since. 



And the best part about all this? 
There doesn't seem to be any signs 
of the good times stopping. Whatever 
obstacle comes their way, the 
Patriots seem to overcome it. And 
for every new obstacle, the fans 
from UMass Dartmouth and the rest 
of New England will be there to 
cheer them on. 



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The amount 
of maturity I've 
gained in the 
past three years 
can only be 
compared to the 
growth of this 
university." 



Student Reflection 




by Jim Devine 

otos by Melinda Amaral 

When I first decided to transfer to UMass 
Dartmouth, I knew very little of the academic 
programs offered. Instead, I found myself 
interested in the unique design of the school 
that was consciously created to become one 
thing: a growing university community. 

I noticed that the careful design of the school 
forced students and faculty to be fully attentive 
while walking through paths and hallways on 



campus. In a time when it seemed that most 
people looked at the ground and avoided eye 
contact while traveling by foot, I have always 
found that impersonal glances among students 
rarely occur in the hallways of UMass. Instead 
students, faculty and staff take the opportunity 
to get to know one another. 

As editor of The Torch, I've benefited by 
becoming quite knowledgeable of all the news 
in the different colleges, departments and 
organizations of this school. Since I've only 
attended this university for three years, it has 
been an unexpected surprise to find myself 
so connected to this community. As the 
university turned forty years old there has been 
a lot of news. The new business building, as 



well as dormitories, were completed and the 
graduation ceremony has evolved. Writing about 
news on campus was not a simple option, but 
rather an unavoidable force of nature that drew 
me closer to the community. 

The amount of maturity I've gained in the past 
three years can only be compared to the growth 
of this university. As I learned and gained new 
skills, the university academically grew in size 
and depth. With new buildings appearing across 
campus and a new law school on its horizon, 
UMass Dartmouth has entered a new age of 
existence similar to the new age that graduates 
of the Class of 2005 face in the near future of 
their lives. 




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ria 




Fest 



by Jim Devine 

photos from Torch Staff 



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This year, UMass Dartmouth celebrated 
the end of the 2004-2005 school year 
with a full week worth of events and 
activities called Spring Fest. From Dane 
Cook's Tourgasm Comedy Tour to out- 
door Olympic events, UMD students 
flocked to each event in anticipation of 
a fun time. 

The big kick off of Spring Fest was 
the Tourgasm Comedy Tour featuring 
Dane Cook. Students attending the 
event at the Tripp Athletic Center found 
themselves in stitches from Cook's 
over-the-top comedy. At the end of the 
night, the many in attendance for this 
heavily demanded event agreed that the 
two-hour plus wait in line was worth it. 

Greek Olympic events were co-hosted 
by Greek Life and the Campus Activities 
Board. Taking place on the Campus 
Quad, students participated in events 
like the cash vault, giant slide, mecha- 
nical bull riding, giant-gloved boxing, and 
jousting. Freshman Kris Bedard found 
himself labeled "King of the Joust" as he 
dominated the opposition. After facing 
twenty-one opponents during the 
entire afternoon, Bedard defeated all 



but one after losing his balance for 
a decisive moment. 

At the first annual hot dog eating 
competition co-hosted by Sodexho 
and the Office of Student Activities, 
Jim Devine proved that he had an 
iron stomach by downing ten hot 
dogs. Trailing behind Devine was 
Tony Pacitti, who ate seven hot dogs 
before vomiting. 

Plenty of fun was saved for the 
nighttime as a foam dance party and 
a disco night gathered large numbers 
of fun-seekers. A number of students 
found dancing more appealing with 
suds as they piled onto the foam dance 
floor. At the disco night, hosted in the 
Commuter Cafe, the girls from the 
Alpha Sigma Tau sorority emphatically 
owned the dance floor. 

A good, injury-free, time was had by all 
of the participating students. Spring '05 
proved to be a time for fun at UMass 
as students looked forward to ending 
their year of studies on a high note. 




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Ring Road: 

Dorrr^f-,, 



by Leanne Nyggard 

As a freshman, I knew there was 
going to be some adjustment. But 
no one told me there would be THIS 
much adjustment. Since I've lived 
at home with my family for the past 
eighteen years, living in the Chestnut 
dormitory here at UMass Dartmouth 
has taken some time getting used 
to. I have found that there has been 
plenty for me to adjust to as I try to get 
accustom to my new college life. 

For starters, I've never had 
a roommate before. One of the 
worries I had before moving in was 
what she would be like. Will we have 
anything in common? How much stuff 
is she going to have? Will we even get 
along? Turned out all that worrying 
was for nothing. My roommate and 
I have plenty in common including the 
same major and being members of the 
track team. 

Dorm life has its ups and downs. 
Having the laundry room right 
downstairs is nice, but I find it 
challenging to actually get an open 
machine. Seems like everyone always 
does laundry at the same time. 



In terms of the girls that live in my 
hallway, we all get along well. We do 
have our differences, though: some 
are quiet and studious like myself 
while others are louder and more 
sociable. However, one thing we all 
have in common is a strong disgust for 
fire alarms. No one likes to be awoken 
by a nasty "BEEP!, BEEP!, BEEP!" at 
3:30 in the morning as we make our 
way outside to stand in the cold. It's 
definitely a nuisance. 

One thing I truly miss is a good 
home cooked meal. I, like everyone 
else in the dorms, dine at the Res 
Cafe. "Res" is okay, but it just can't 
compete with food from home. Once 
in a while, I'll go to the Commuter 
Cafe for something to eat, but it still 
isn't enough to make me yearn for 
some home cooking. 

Despite the glitches that happen while 
living in the dorms such as fire alarms, 
waiting to use the washing machine, 
or having to check into the building at 
night, it's all definitely worth it. While 
there were, and still are, adjustments 
I have had to make since coming 
here, I enjoy the independence and 
responsibility of being on my own. 




by Jean Latina 



Now that we're big, bad seniors, 
residential life has definitely improved. 

Thanks to 21 + housing, all the best 
parties are right outside your door. But 
then again, I miss the unforgettable 
rides to the Dell on the Dart Van. 

Although some seniors choose 
to move off campus by their fourth 
or fifth years, many of us find it 
beneficial to stick around. The campus 
community is great from a social 



standpoint. And better yet, we don't 
have to fight for parking each morning, 
giving us those precious extra 
minutes of sleep. 

We are especially fortunate because 
we received even more housing 
options during this Spring. Aside from 
keeping the townhouse-style Cedar 
Dell alive and well, we got first dibs 
on the brand new Evergreen and 
Willow apartments. At the Dell, 
it is just as many of us pictured our 
freshman year: the walls are too thin 
and the shower sometimes leaks 
to the kitchen floor. But, the parking 
situation is much more manageable 



than at the dorms. On top of that, 
Dell life gives us more freedom as 
we're able to cook our own meals. 
Meanwhile, the new Evergreen and 
Willow apartments are state of the art 
giving us fabulous dishwashers and 

Pros 



working air conditioning. They're definitely 
worth the extra cash, even if they are 
almost too close to our place of learning. 

Let us take a look at what living here 
on campus is really about: 

Cons 



No more Res! We can finally cook for ourselves... 


...we have to cook for ourselves 


You share 2 bathrooms with only a few roommates. 


Wait you expect me to clean that? 


No more cement walls. 


Umm... what is that sound coming from next door? 


I can control the heat from my room. 


Just kidding, it's broken. 


We can chill in the common room. 


These couches are hard as a rock. 


Showers are always warm! 


Why is there a puddle on our kitchen floor? 


Forming close bonds with the roomies. 


Ugh! You're such a slob! 



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He came to UMass Dartmouth looking for 
a well-rounded education. Little did he realize 
how soon he would be passing on that educa- 
tion to others. 

Stan Dominique plays a major role in unifying 
the many cultures here at UMass Dartmouth. 
He acts as a Community Representative for 
the United Brothers & Sisters; an organization 
that strives to educate all students about the 
political issues that are happening each and 
every day here on-campus. On top of that, he 
is an active member of the Unity House which 
was created to positively link students and 
faculty of color together, enabling them to help 
each other deal with various issues. He is proud 
to see how the Unity House has grown even 
after the problematic situations with the Director 
that claimed two of its key members: Assistant 
Director Ross Grace and Secretary Margerie 
Fernandes. It was a crushing loss for the Unity 



House as they were both influential and helpful 
to all. 

Since he has been involved with the Unity 
House since his freshman year, he feels that 
it has helped instill leadership qualities that you 
can't get from the classroom. Stan incorporates 
these qualities into his life whether it be with 
every day organizing or helping educate the 
local youth. 

A graduate from the Latin Academy High School 
in Boston, Stan knew he would be coming to 
UMass Dartmouth with a strong interest in 
graphic design and the arts. During his senior 
year, he was the President of the Art Club 
and participated in Martial Arts. However, his 
strongest passion is poetry. Ever since the age 
of 14, with poets like Langston Hughes as his 
influences, he began to write poetry. At the age 
of 19, he began to perform his poems in various 



Open Mic shows. To this day, he\ 
spoken word at an assortment of : 
venues including the La Soul Renais 
New Bedford. 

What does Stan's future hold for after 
graduation? He will be the first to tell you that 
he has no idea. But, what he does know is 
that whatever happens in the futii 
on continuing to work with many) 
different cultures, especially the • 
hopes that after he leaves, the intej 
communication amongst the UMass"^H m 
community will continue to grow as muc 
it has. 

And with organizations like the United Brothers 
& Sisters and the Unity House helping in the 
development of new, resourceful and educated 
leaders, Stan believes that this on-growing 
community interaction has no signs of stopping. 




Student 
Profile 




by Jason Perry 

interview conducted by 
Jennifer Liang 



"His strongest 
passion is poetry. 
Ever since the 
age of 14, with 
poets like 
Langston Hughes 
as his influences, 
he began to 
write poetry." 




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Scrimshaw 

by Charles Miller 

The Scrimshaw Yearbook is 
a student-operated organization that 
chronicles the years past events 
in a commemorative publication that 
graduating students will have 
to look back on when they think about 
their college years. From covering 
various organizations to profiling 
some of UMass Dartmouth's most 
recognizable figures, the staff of the 
Scrimshaw Yearbook provides accurate 
descriptions and memorable photos 
of moments that will stay with many 
students for years to come. 



Excerpt from the 2001 Scrimshaw, 
pg. 06 

"Scrimshaw is the engraving of bone 
or ivory obiects, such as whalebone. 
The bone is often decorated with 
fanciful designs such as whaling 
scenes, whaling ships and other 
nautical images. With the University 
located so close to New Bedford, 
a city known for its whaling industry, 
the title Scrimshaw seemed 
appropriate for our school's yearbook." 




Members: Charles Miller (Editor in Chief), Stefanie Zopatti (Managing Editor), Jennifer Liang (Design 
Editor), Melinda Amaral (Photo Editor), Jason Perry (Copy Editor), Jennifer Howard (Business Manager) 
Ben Boynton, Jean Latina, Aubrey Geoffroy, Alannah O'Connell, Lindsay Nyggard 



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Members: Brian Silver (President), Joe Pacheco (Vice President), Brandon Lozeau (Treasurer), 
Alison Ciccariello (Corr. Secretary), Joseph Poles (Rec. Secretary), Valerie Amaral, Ajoke Bamisile, 
Maritsa Barros, Seth Batstone, Elizabeth Beshansky, Marlie Constant, Tamara Endich, Christina Faniro- 
Dada, Domenic Gemma, Michael Giustu, William Howley, Deborah Hyslop, Hermelynda Latouche, 
Elizabeth Ledo, Daniel McSweeny, Nilton Monteiro, Solu Nwanze, Kemi Odufuye, Jummy Olusekun, 
Adam Ouellette, Jonathan Ouellette, Wale Owoyemi, Cassandra dePina, Amaryllis Pina, Natasha 
Ramkissoon, Bethany Reali, Jane Reardon, Lisa Rowell, Adrianne Schaefer, Kristin Wilkinson 



Student Senate 

by: Brian Silver 

The Student Senate prides itself on 
representing the students of UMass 
Dartmouth. Both visibly and behind 
the scenes, the Senate works with 
students, administrators, and state 
legislators to try to establish a unified 
student voice in our piece of New 
England. With members representing 
varied walks of life on-campus, they 
give their time and effort to make sure 
that students remain the top priority 
of UMD. The Student Senate will do 
whatever it takes to make your college 
life a little better. 

Many great strides by the Student 
Senate have been made over the 
past few years. From allocating over 
50 clubs with much needed funds to 
protecting the best interests of the 
students, the stress and exhaustion 
the Senate has gone through to 
complete these tasks has been well 
worth it. 

With a belief in making decisions that 
will benefit the students, the Student 
Senate will continue to positively 
contribute to the college experience 
here at UMass Dartmouth. 



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The Torch 



Torch 2004-2005 

Editor-in-Chief: Jim Devine 

Managing Editor: Jen Bolster 

Copy Editor: Melissa K. Sances 

Business Manager: Kristen Raulino 

Advertising Manager: Elizabeth Buenger 

Distribution Manager: Jeff Wojnicki 

Assistant Distribution Manager: Charles Large 

News Editor: Laura Casasanto 

Assistant News Editor: Rebekah Fontaine 

Opinion Editor: Scott Glazer 

Assistant Opinion Editor: Josh Van Swearingen 

A&E Editor: Tony Pacitti 

Assistant A&E Editor: Ken Duffy 

Sports Editor: Ryan Trepanier 

Design Editor: Nate Silva 

Assistant Design Editors: Emily Gifford and Jeremy Murphy 

Web Master: Michael R. Giusti 



by: Jen Bolster 



When students are looking for 
campus news, they turn to the Torch: 
UMass Dartmouth's student-run 
newspaper that seeks out and delivers 
timely, important news happening on 
(and sometimes off) campus. 
The Torch is published every Thursday 
during the academic year with the 
intent of informing students and 
faculty on what exactly is going 
on here at UMD. 



Some of the major events covered this 
year by the Torch include the Red Sox 
Riots, Southern New England School 
of Law/UMD merger, the November 
Presidential Election, and protests 
within the Unity House. Recreational 
events such as the Corsair's sports 
season, the Theatre Company's 
performance of A Mid Summer Night's 
Dream, several art galleries on and 
off campus, and the Campus Activities 
Board's Underground Concert Series 
were covered as well. Thanks to the 
consistent dedication from the Torch 



staff, these events received the 
proper coverage they deserved. 
The members of the Torch come , 
from several different backgrounds 
ranging from freshmen to senior and 
even some grad students. You will 
find a variety of majors amongst the 
staff including history, English, CVPA, 
textiles and business. Some have 
the desire to take part in journalism 
professionally- many have other plans. 
But one thing uniting the Torch staff 
is the desire to deliver UMD accurate 
campus news each week. 



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Members: Marta Barbosa, Kristen Brown, Dan Buckley, Kevin Burke, Melissa Collier, Veronica Cooley (Traditions 
Chair), Adam Corl, Rachel Cusson, Kelly Doherty, Christel Donnelly (Treasurer), Amy Durant, Carlos Ferriera, 
Adam Fink, Robert Gesualdo, Emily Hilton, Johanna Hobin, Sarah Hughes (Travel Chair), Jen Hunt (Vice 
President), Andrea Hurwitz (CAB appreciation/fundraising), Lisa Julian (Secretary), Renee LeBlanc (Short Courses 
Chair), Jennifer McCarthy, Kelly McCarthy, Holly McFadden, Alex Moniz, Bonnie Nimmo (President), Meghan 
O'Reilly, Sara Pearlstein, Julie Raimondi, Lynsey Rasch, Andrew Rodriquez (Tuesday Night Chair), Cullen 
Rouseville, Dave Santilli (Concert Chair), Christine Shelley, Caitlyn Slowe, Meaghan Sullivan, Caitlin Tracey, 
Natascha Tretter (Promotions Chair), Heidi Walsh, Abbey Weeks, Julianna Yetsko 



Campus Activities 
Board 



By: Lisa Julian 

The mission of the Campus 
Activities Board (CAB) is to provide 
our fellow students with a fun and 
safe alternative to the normal college 
scene. CAB's main goal s is to be 
the leader of many campus-wide 
programming along with providing its 
members with a unique opportunity 
to be involved in a fun learning 
environment. Members of CAB 
acquire leadership, organizational, and 
speaking skills that will benefit them 
in many vocational and professional 
areas of life. 

Above all that, CAB strives to make 
sure that UMass Dartmouth is a fun 
place for all to be. 



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Residence Halls 
Congress 

by: Hardeep Jassal 

While one can see the Residence 
Halls Congress (RHC) as the advisory 
board to the Office of Housing and 
Residential Life, it also acts as the 
unified voice for residential students 
that allow them to be heard by 
the University administration. The 
Residence Halls Congress acts as 
a forum of discussion and medium 
of resolutions for the problems and 
needs that residents may face during 
their time on-campus. 

No matter the quality of residential 
living, the members of the Residence 
Halls Congress proudly represent 
every residential student here at 
UMass Dartmouth. 




Members: Pam Malatesta, Jen Brozek, Stacie Provost, Jen Bispo, 
Hardeep Jassal, Dan Chase, Hiren Gudka, Jakie McManus, Jessica Allen, 
Kadie Montgomery, Kate Krouzek, Kelly Gieser, Kristina Dobiecki, 
Lianna Rose, Manoj Vanavan, Natascha Tretter, Nick Prizio, Pat Morse, 
Scott Whittle, Tessa Alexopoulos. 



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Theatre Company 



by Paul Ferrari 

This year, the UMass Dartmouth 
Theatre Company proudly celebrates 
its 38th season of stellar performances 
and productions. This season consists 
of two main stage productions: 
Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's 
Dream and Sondheim's Into 
the Woods. 

The Theatre Company chose to 
bring in professional instructors and 
directors with the intent on teaching 
actors the different crafts of acting. 
The critically acclaimed fall production 
of A Midsummer Night's Dream 
(their first Shakespeare play in over 
a decade) consisted of an abstracted 
set; a blank palette for the actors 
to paint. Actors spent countless 
hours rehearsing, focusing speech, 
movement, and style. Every actor 
learned the basics of stage combat, 
and some even learned acrobatics. 



Many other exciting changes have 
taken place this year with the 
Theatre Company including the first 
collaboration with new advisor Dean 
John Laughton and the College 
of Visual and Performing Arts. 



The Theatre Company hopes to 
expand as an organization and 
continue to encourage students 
to express themselves in all aspects 
of theatre including acting, technical 
work, and design. 



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Campus Design 




Manager: Meghan Templehof 

Assistant Manager: Joanna MacPherson 

Web Designer/Printer Technician: Chad Barraford 



Artists/Designers: 



Jennifer White, Lara Henderson, 
Evelyn Steele, Katie Sarnia 



Habitat For Humanity 



Members: 

Dave DePonte, 

Geraldine Desmond, 

Enderson DeOliveira, Julia Golden, Mary 

Lynn Flanders, Emma Green-Beach, 

Hardeep Jassal, Christine Leary, Alyssa 

MacDonald, Cullen Rounsevil, Jim Rees 

Lauren Stencel, JenniferOToole 




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Senior Class Officers 



Jennifer Granger: President 

Bonnie Nimmo: Vice President 

David Newcomb: Secretary 

Kristina Moron: Treasurer 



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Members: Angela Popoloski (captain), 

Mai-Lis Hohmeister (captain), 

Lauren Arduino, Courtney Bendiksen, 

Christine Carra, Jen Chase, 

Alexis Demas, Sandra Fraga, 

Lauren Hill, Mell Jodat, Katy Kampschneider, 

Andrea LeBlanc, Jen McDaniel, Linda Nwachukwu 

and Ashleigh Salerno 



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Chemistry Club 




Members: Yong Tong, Kezia Pacheco, 
Geraldine Desmond, John Fritz, 
Christopher Rego, George Gibeau, 
Suzanne Medeiros, Jon Amoroso, 
Saul Correia, Brian Perreria, Carlos 
Perez, Chaeho Moon, Kate Goodwin, 
Marlene DeAbreu, Laren Stencel, 
Vanessa Ruelos 



Leadership team: 

Ben Katanka 

Kathleen Gately 

Bethany Hines 

Gretchen Houseman 

Justin Bennett 

Jen Kemembin 

Megan Pacheco 

Jim Mathew 



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Phi Kappa Theta 



Members: 

Mike Auclair, Seth Batstone, 

Matt Gilson, Dave Newcomb, 

Ben Slattery, Phil Olejarz, 

Brent Newby, Paul Messinger, 

Richard Blanchette, Marcus Bossard, 

Grant Bellinghausen, Jeff Cambell, 

Andrew Fitzgerald, Evan Widtfeldt, 

Alex Hale, Mathew Laramee, 

Stephen Christofi, Chris May, 

Mike Gilson, Joseph Tylor Schiffer, 

Richard Tomkins, Justin Til ley, 



College Republicans 





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Members: Matthew Santos (President), 

Eric Bowlin (Vice President), 

Kaitlyn Kerrigan (Secretary), 

Jessica Pokornicki (Treasurer), 

Ryan Tepper (Event Coordinator), 

Jose Correia, Jen Ventura 

Andrew Hanson, Brian Langevin 

Jen Aragao, Jen Coners 

John Ouellette, Lindsey Hughes, 

John Cabral, Carla Centola 



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Shotokan Karate Club 




Members: Jacquelyn Webb, John 

Faria, Catherine Hohlfeld-Beaumont, 

Corey Gifford, Mary Vasconcellos, 

Angela Cantanese, Michelle Pohl, 

Jessica Sparling, Dr. Don Corriveau 



President: Ashley Carroll 

Starting from Top Left: Gage Prete, 
Heather Harmon, Greg Baker, 
Sensei Tony Benevides, 
Mike Agostinelli, Nick Savery, 
Ben Ford 

Starting Bottom Left: Chris Byron, 
Ashley Carroll, Jessica Allen, 
Sarah Dahlinger, Brendan Durand, 
Melissa Amrich 



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ULS 



Members: Yailka Cardenas, Yaneth Zepeda 

Annabelle Rosario, Pamela Ortega 

Sophia Rosario, Jose Sotz 

Anthony Keller Brittle, Jermaine Rivera 

Cesar Garcia, Maritsa Barros 

Tahnee Marmanillo, Fitzgerald St. Cloud 

Michelle Jimenez, Lucy Recio 

Kissy Joaquin, Raksmey Pen 

Malcolm Pace, Emmanuel Lyte 

Ronald Daniels, Reginald Charles 

Jennifer Gonzalez 



SIFE 





Members: Dr. Godwin Ariguzo 
Danielle Barry, Deirdre Carmichael, 
Douglas Christian, Arthur Deych, 
Adam Fleckles, George Gayl, 
Josh Herman, Daniel Isidore 
Jonathan McCloskey, Daniel Rubin, 
Carl Turgeon, Rachel Wagner, 
Tom Yannone 



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Capture the Flag Club 



Officers: Sean Gilbert, Angela Popoloski, 

Dan Goldstein, Jeff Gordon, 

Laura Uretsky, Rich Elkins, 

Erica Marshall, Julia Balducci, 

Dan Jones, Andrea Bravernick, 

Steph Lazott, Edwin, 

Andrew McKay, Mark Richards 



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Muslim Students Association 





Members: Mubashir Hussain, Hassan Ibn Qadir, Joshua, Khalid Kattan, Tariq 
Pervez Khan, Wayne, Skander Limem, Aaron Jamous, Mawadda Al Aswadi, 
Hajarat, Ebony Harrison, Halema Sadiya, Moghees Ahmed Zahoori, Ceyhan Celik, 
Khalil Jrad, Syed Ahmed llyas, Metin Orbay, Ghazi Mudheef, Mishari, Ahmed, 
Mubashar Khan, Ali Ashgar, Guncha Ambrin, Amira Omar, Eyad Marzuq 



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Delta Pi Omega 

Christine DelSignore-DiCresce (President) 

Melissa Costa (Vice President) 

Holly McFadden (Secretary) 

Melmda Nogueira (Treasurer) 

Bonnie Nimmo (Histor) 

Melissa Larmier (Rush) 

Kristi Matsumoto (Social) 

Dana Edwards (Pledge) 

Celia Trudel, Jen Hunt, Katie D'Onofrio 
Amy Durant, Allison Freitas, Corrie Goldberg 
Liz lannotti, Soonia Loum, Carly Salvagno 
Colleen Walsh, Theresa Zimmerley 



Cape Verdean 
Student Association 




2004-2005 
Official Roster of 
Organizations 

provided by 

Office of Student Activities 



Accounting Association 

Alpha Sigma Tau 

American Society of Mechanical Engineers 

Anagama Club 

Anime Club 

Asian Student Association 

Aviation Club 

Big Brother/ Big Sister Committee 

Campus Activities Board 

Cape Verdean Student Association 

Capture the Flag 

Catholics Student Organization 

Ceramics Club 

Chi Phi 

Christian Fellowship 

Circle K 

Class of 2005 

Class of 2007 

College Republican Club 

Communicatus 

Dance Team 

Delta Pi Omega 

Economics Club 

Enchanted Experience 

Fibers Club 

Gallery 244 

Habitat for Humanity 

Haitian American Student Association 

Hillel 

IEEE 

Indian Student Association 

International Business Association 

Islamic Society/muslim Student Assoc 

Kekeli African Drum and Dance 

MASSPIRG& Water Watch 

Metals Guild 

National Student Nurses Association 

Nigercan Student Association 



Outing Club 

Paint Club 

Pan African Dance Group 

Peer Health Educators 

Phi Kappa Theta 

Phi Sigma Sigma 

Political Science Association 

Portuguese Language Club 

Pre-Med/Pre-Vet 

Pride Alliance 

Progressive Alliance 

Psi Chi 

Rugby Club 

Scrimshaw Yearbook 

Sculpture Club 

Senior Photography Exhibition Club 

Shotokan Karate 

Sigma Phi Rho 

Sigma Tau Gamma 

Ski and Snowboard Club 

Society of Manufacturing Engineers 

Student Chapter of the NAEA 

Student Senate 

Students In Free Enterprise 

Temper 

The Torch 

Theatre Company 

Theta Delta Chi 

Twenty Cent fiction 

United Brothers and Sisters 

United Latino Society 

USALA 

Wood Club 

WSMU 



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Charlton College of Business 



by Jennifer Howard 

Walk into the Group I and you will encounter 
an array of UMass students. From the occasional 
art major to the engineer, Group I is the building 
in which many General Ed. classes are held. 
However, it is also the unofficial home base of 
the Charlton College of Business student. 

Hence, it is not uncommon to see a group of 

individuals, dressed in professional business 

suits and carrying posters or a stack of handouts, 

walking through the halls. Group I is where those 

majoring in accounting, management, marketing, 

business information systems, and finance will 

spend many hours 

over the course of 

four years listening 

to professors lecture. 

These frequent class 

discussions may cover 

topics ranging from 

investment portfolios 

to the benefits of 

busmess-to-busmess 

marketing. 

So, the next time you 
are in Group I, take 
a good look at the 
individuals that pass 
you in the hallway and 
listen to their chatter. 
Chances are, you'll 
be able to pick out a 



business major from the crowd without much 
of a problem. First, look for men wearing ties 
and listen for women in high heels. Then, notice 
the looks on their faces. Business students are 
usually serious going into class and then relaxed 
coming out. We also tend to congregate in the 
hall so answers to a test that was just taken can 
be compared, projects can be further critiqued, 
and interpretations of the class lecture can be 
discussed. Other times, we are just waiting to 
speak with our professor. I guess you can chalk 
it up to us trying to master the art of negotiating, 
persuading, and closing the deal. After all, as 



UMD business majors, we are the future CEOs 
of America. 

Okay, well maybe not quite CEOs, but you never 
know. 

There's one lesson every business course offered 
here has taught - don't settle for a weak bottom 
line. Instead, do what you can to profit, succeed, 
and ultimately, grow. It is within the College 
of Business, the walls of Group I, that we have 
done just that. 




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Spotlight: Larry Logan 

by Jean Latina & Kristine Johnson 

Dr. Larry Logan has resided here at UMD 
as part of the College of Business staff for 
the past 18 years. Although he began as the 
VP for the Administration of Finance, he soon 
discovered teaching as his true calling. He is 
a self-proclaimed "no-nonsense, tough teacher" 
who takes pride in instructing basic courses 
in financial and managerial accounting. 

So what makes Larry such a remarkable and well 
respected professor in the College of Business? 
He's tough! In the first few days of classes, Larry 
makes a point to weed out the weaker students 
or as he so eloquently puts it "separating the 



wheat from the shaft." Dr. Logan has found 
his strict teaching policy to be the most 
beneficial to the sincere, hardworking students. 
It is important to him that his class prepares 
business majors for the hard working world. 
Many companies ask for student trainees, and 
it is Larry's goal to pass on the best and 
brightest students. 

Larry is notorious for calling on each and 
every student who is present in class to get 
a dialogue going. Instead of collecting 
homework, he expects you to participate in 
class and prove your knowledge of the subject. 
He jokes, "If I ever see you sitting in my class 
day-dreaming, I'll call on you. You're just dog 
meat to me! " Dr. Logan admires students for 
coming to his eight o'clock in the morning class. 



He knows how boring accounting can be at times 
and strives to keep things exciting. " It's my job 
to be their coffee." 

His other job is always being available to help. 
He feels that professors owe it to their students 
to keep open as many office hours as possible. 
It is important for his students to remember that 
he is there for them, giving them all his best. 

To this day, Larry has received many letters from 
former students thanking him for instilling a hard 
work ethic in their lives. "I have a conviction in 
life: I have to teach... believe me I haven't found 
a greater satisfaction or a greater reward in life 
than teaching." 



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Spotlight: 

by Melinda Amaral 

Ira's unique job makes him a well-known 
member of the College of Visual and Performing 
Arts scene. As a model for all art classes 
including sculpture, drawing, and painting, 
he plays a main role in the CVPA curriculum, 
which emphasizes the importance of studying 
the human body to all art students. 

A father of two daughters, Elizabeth (26) and 
Alexander (21), Ira graduated from UMass 
Amherst in the 70s. After a brief stint in 



California, he came back to New Bedford 
in 1984 where he opened a used bookstore 
downtown that is still open to this day. 
Unfortunately, while the bookstore had a few 
regular customers, it wasn't doing as well 
as he hoped. With dreams of being involved 
in the academic world while simultaneously 
working a part-time job and running the 
bookstore, Ira wanted something different. 
That is when a friend and employee of UMass 
Dartmouth informed him of a modeling position 
in the Visual and Performing Arts department. 
Taking off your clothes in front of a classroom 
full of students is nerve-racking for most, but 
not for Ira. He decided to take the job 
in September 1991. Fourteen years later, he 



hasn't regretted a day. When asked about the job 
he stated, "Taking off my clothes isn't the hard 
part. That's easy. Knowing what to do is what's 
hard." He loves the atmosphere, the students 
and professors that treat him so kindly. "That's 
why I'm still here". 

When asked if he had anything to say to the 
graduating class, he emotionally stated, "I want 
to tell the students that are graduating that I will 
miss them. I'm fortunate to know many of the 
students." He knows that he may never see 
some of the students ever again. "It's sad. 
I thank them for being nice to me; everybody 
is so nice to me. I'll miss them and I wish 
them well." 



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College of Visual Performing Arts 



by Stefanie Zopatti 

The drums pulsate in the distance followed 
by a wall of orchestrated sound consisting 
of flutes, trumpets and tubas as you make your 
way down the stone steps. On the walls to your 
right and left, exquisite pieces of art hang for your 
viewing pleasure. You can't help but appreciate 
the imagination used to create these paintings 
and sculptures. 

That's right, just another day in the College 
of Visual and Performing Arts (CVPA) building. 



Creativity and self-expression 
are the themes of the CVPA. 
This is apparent when you 
wander through the halls of 
Group Six, the home away 
from home for many CVPA 
majors. Unique hairstyles, 
bare feet, and a passion for 
creativity are all welcome and 
encouraged. The students 
here are involved in a rigorous 
program that makes an 
effort to connect a student's 
creative spirit with the culture 
that surrounds them. With 
help from a knowledgeable 
staff, students will have their 
creativity guided into 
a field where it can thrive the 
most. After going through 
a year of Freshman 
Foundation courses, students 
decide on their major 



according to what they feel the most passion 
for. It ranges from Sculpture to Electronic 
Imaging, from Classical Music to Jazz. Whatever 
major the student decides will be how they 
express themselves not only in their college 
years, but also for the rest of their artistic lives. 

They say your creative juices flow better when 
you're relaxed. Walking through Group Six, 
a relaxed atmosphere is exactly what you 
will find. You will see students drawing in the 
hallways, practicing some guitar riffs or just 




taking a well-deserved break from their three 
to six hour studio classes. And there is never 
a shortage of communication between students 
either. Because of the Foundation Program and 
other lengthy classes, students can communicate 
more, forming close bonds with one another. 
Some have most likely been friends since their 
first figure drawing class together. 

The College of Visual and Performing Arts creates 
a unique place where students can find out how 
deep their creativity runs. 





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95 



College of Engineering 



by Jason Perry 

Efficiency. This word is the foundation on 
what the College of Engineering was created for. 
This belief in efficiency has earned the College of 
Engineering a consistent top-tier ranking amongst 
its competition from U.S. News & World Report. 

Located primarily in the Dion building, the College 
of Engineering is broken up into six departments 
that all offer Bachelor of Science and Master of 
Science degrees for the corresponding discipline: 
Civil and Environmental 
Engineering, Computer 
and Information 
Sciences, Electrical and 
Computer Engineering, 
Mechanical 
Engineering, Physics, 
and Textile Sciences. 
There are 75 well- 
trained, full time 
professors who guide 
students to a positive 
engineering future. 
Classes are kept small 
enabling professors 
to help with individual 
student needs. 

What makes the 
College of Engineering 
so efficient? For the 
answer, you need to 
look at some of its 



many unique features. The innovative IMPULSE 
(Integrated Math, Physics, Undergraduate 
Laboratories, Science and Engineering) program 
allows freshman students to get some hands- 
on experience with the latest software and 
technology while learning how different 
disciplines like math, physics and engineering 
are all intertwined. There is also the Cooperative 
Education (Co-Op) program with the help 
from companies such as Titleist and Aerovox, 
allows students to earn some money, but more 
importantly, gain valuable experience in the field 



they are studying for. Students also participate 
in internship roles for the College of Engineering's 
Advanced Technology & Manufacturing Center. 
This program has undergraduate students 
working on real-life problems and developing new 
technology for client companies. 

The College of Engineering, in addition 
to collaborative efforts with highly regarded 
companies, gives students an efficient learning 
experience that will stay with them throughout 
their engineering careers. 




96 




Spotlight: Bhowmick 

by Alannah O'Connell 



Growing up in India, Professor Bhowmick 
knows what it takes to work through challenges 
and succeed. This is a lesson he has carried with 
him all the way from grade school to his time at 
Villanova and the University of Minnesota, where 
he obtained his masters and PhD. Professor 
Bhowmick now teaches various engineering 
courses at UMass Dartmouth after countless 
years in the industry. He fell into the teaching 
profession when he was doing a post-doctoral 
fellowship, after he earned his PhD, at Mass 
General Hospital. There he was introduced to 
Professor Alex Fowler, a faculty member of the 
mechanical engineering department at UMD. 
Professor Fowler told Professor Bhowmick of 
an open faculty position at the university. Being 



influenced by some of his undergraduate 
professors and advisors, Bhowmick decided 
teaching might better suit him. After visiting 
the campus, he fell in love with UMD and South 
Eastern Massachusetts. Professor Bhowmick 
has been an important part of the engineering 
department for many years and holds the 
program with the highest regard as the 
department is working on bettering an already 
excellent graduate program. 

Professor Bhowmick's life extends far beyond 
the concrete walls of UMD. He is an active 
member of the Indian community of Norton, 
MA, where he currently resides. It is in this 
community where Professor Bhowmick spends 
much of his free time on one of his favorite 
activities: writing. His poems and other creative 
writings such as dramas have been performed 
at some of the local festivals. 



Professor Bhowmick may come across as 
harsh to some students, but this is not because 
he holds anything against his pupils or wants 
to see them fail. The exact opposite is true. 
The professor wants to see all his students 
do well, so he likes to challenge them. Seeing 
Professor Bhowmick with his two-year old 
daughter makes you realize that he's not a harsh 
man, but rather a sweet, kind and loving father. 

As for his students and the rest of the graduating 
class, Professor Bhowmick would like to wish 
nothing but the best of luck in the future. From 
his past experience, the professor learned that 
the quicker you know what you want in life the 
quicker you will succeed. Most people believe 
that college is the end point of education, but 
Professor Bhowmick encourages his students 
to use their college careers as a stepping stone 
to better understand themselves and life. 



97 




Janet Kenty 

by Stefanie Zopatti 

Nursing is a practiced discipline. Learning 
is not only done in the classroom, but also in 
a practice setting. Teachers get to be with the 
students in real situations. Janet Kenty 
is one of those teachers. As a clinical instructor 
in Maternity, she is able to see how her 
students apply their knowledge to a real nursing 
environment. 

Janet came to nursing through the back door. 
Growing up with a widowed mother, she knew 
she had to get into a profession where she could 
support her family herself. While attending 



Umass Amherst, Janet was not sure what 
she wanted to do but she knew she liked the 
sciences and biology. During her sophomore 
year she decided to apply her interests to 
nursing and she says she's been happy ever 
since. "I couldn't imagine myself doing 
anything else." 

After getting her degree, Janet taught at 
Holy Dickenson in Northampton, MA for 
a three-year diploma program. She went on 
to get her Masters at Boston University and got 
into teaching there. Then she went on to get 
her doctrine. 

Janet likes the healthy aspect of nursing. 
She finds labor and delivery to be her favorite 



part of the job. During the interview she said, 
"To be able to care for the couple during the peak 
experience is very gratifying." Nursing is about 
helping people, and Janet took it a step further 
by teaching. Not only is she helping patients, 
she is helping students learn and become 
comfortable with a new experience. 

Janet loves teaching and she cares about her 
students. To the College of Nursing class of 2005 
she would like to say, "Try and make a difference. 
Always meet challenges openly, honestly, and 
ethically. Look to leave the world better than you 
found it and to perhaps make a difference 
in people's lives." 



College of Nursing 



by Lindsay Nygaard 

Do you see students in white or blue scrubs 
walking to class every day? Does the building 
you're standing in have a distinct cleanliness 
and order to it, resembling that of a hospital? 
If you find yourself answering "Yes" to those 
questions, chances are you're a part of the 
College of Nursing department here at UMass 
Dartmouth. 

The College of Nursing offers Undergraduate, 

Graduate and RN Studies 

Programs to those who are 

striving to become 

a part of the medical field. 

Students conduct most of 

their studies in a variety of 

classrooms, labs and exam 

rooms providing them with 

the opportunity to perform 

research and the ability 

to gain some practice before 

venturing out into the 

"real world." 



A great benefit that the Nursing program offers 
to its students is the opportunity to put their 
knowledge and skills to work in an activity called 
a "clinical". At a clinical, students are able to 
work one-on-one with patients at local hospitals 
such as St. Luke's in New Bedford, St. Anne's 
and Charleton in Fall River, and Morton Hospital 
in Taunton. This vital hands-on experience 
is the cornerstone to helping a nursing student's 
education flourish. 



Don't let the small size of the College of Nursing 
fool you: there is always plenty going on. 
The highly involved four year Undergraduate 
program strives to educate its students to the 
highest level possible in an attempt to prepare 
them for their future medical careers. The 
College of Nursing offers many challenges and 
tasks that students will partake in, but the reward 
of a solid education makes it all worthwhile. 




99 



College of Arts and Sciences 



by Jason Perry 

Group I, the core building of the College 
of Arts & Sciences, is home to many of the 
diverse majors offered by UMass Darmouth. 
Walking through the hallways, you'll hear 
a professor discussing U.S culture in one room 
while in the neighboring room, another professor 
teaches students how to say "Could you help 
me?" in German. You'll also see Journalists 
mingling with Philosophers while Psychologists 
and Technical Writers discuss foreign policies in 
one of the lounges. This mixture of majors is also 
great for students who are up in the air about 
what they want to do 
with their lives. You'll 
find that many students 
start off as Undeclared, 
giving them the chance 
to participate in various 
courses to find out 
what major will suit 
them best. 

Seeing as how the 
College of Arts 
& Sciences is the 
largest one in UMass 
Dartmouth, you will 



always be amongst fellow students with the 
same interests as you. As time goes on, you 
will start to notice that there's never an instance 
when you walk through the halls of Group I and 
not bump into a familiar face from one of your 
classes. This familiarity with fellow students 
is how many form close bonds and friendships. 

With the offices of many of the College of Arts 
& Science professors located on the third floor 
of Group I, it's easy to form a good relationship 
with your professors. Students are encouraged to 



bring their questions or concerns to the 
professors, where together, they will work to find 
the answers. No question is a dumb one and 
no concern is unjustified too the College 
of Arts & Science professors. 

Communication is the key to a good experience 
in the College of Arts & Sciences department. 
Whether it is with students or professors, 
you will find that you get the most out of your 
experience here by simply just talking it up. 







100 




Spotlight: John Silva 

by Melinda Amaral 

John Silva, professor for the College of Arts 
and Sciences, is viewed as a mentor. With 
a plausible outlook on life and friendly demeanor, 
many people respect him here at UMass 
Dartmouth. Mr. Silva has been teaching here 
since 1978 when his Astronomy professor, who 
was leaving on sabbatical, asked him if he would 
be interested in teaching the class. Sure enough, 
after sending in his application, he received 
a letter of acceptance. Surprisingly, his original 
major was art. With desires to be a political 
cartoonist and a strong interest in photography, 



he envisioned an artistic career. While that 
didn't end up being the case, Mr. Silva doesn't 
have any regrets. "I don't regret the art 
background. It has really been helpful. I tend 
to see things more tangible. The world is 
full of colors, shapes and forms. It's not just 
numbers. There's something tangible 
to it and there's a poetry to it." 

With a love for teaching that is unmatched, 
Mr. Silva would like to see many of his students 
follow in his footsteps. "I am really interested 
in getting people to want to teach, especially 
in science. That is why I teach some science 
education courses and work with a lot of public 
school teachers. We've done a lot of projects 



in the past we're I've taken our students and 
they did a project on plants with the public 
schools." According to Mr. Silva, this experience 
has proven to be very beneficial for students 
interested in the education field. 

Mr. Silva supports UMass Dartmouth's 
commitment to keeping classrooms small, 
giving him the opportunity to work closely with 
students. He admires the students strong work 
ethic and believes they value their education. 
"I think they just have a different outlook and 
appreciation for what it is they're doing." 



101 




102 



"Smart" Classrooms 



Out with the old and in with the new! 

In the last couple years, many classrooms 
have received much-needed makeovers. 
New desks with cushioned seats were put 
in to keep students comfortable during their 
hour-long classes. But the biggest change was 
the implementation of state-of-the-art technology 
Gone are the clunky overhead projectors and 
in their place are sleek document cameras. 
Not only that, but there are special viewing 
screens, a computer with 
an internal and wireless 
keyboard, a VCR, a DVD 
player, wireless microphone, 
four remotes, and 
a sound system. 

This system is better and 
far more advanced than the 
traditional equipment, but 
it's also very confusing 
to operate. While we were 
probably in class thinking, 
"Oh man why are our 
professors so technologically 
challenged?" as they 
struggled to get the syllabus 
up on 



the viewing screen, in actuality, they were not. 
This new equipment requires a tremendous 
amount of knowledge to operate. Professors 
are provided with manuals and training to operate 
the new system. It is difficult to get used 
to at first, but the benefits both students and 
professors receive from this equipment is well 
worth the aggravation. Now the professors do 
not need to run around looking for a television 
and VCR. They can just push a button to pull 
down a huge, high quality screen. The VCR 



and DVD player are already there for them 
as well. Want to show a PowerPoint 
presentation? The built-in computer has 
the program ready for your use. 

These systems are not in all the classrooms yet, 
but in the next few years they will be taking over. 
This new technology is just another step in the 
right direction in UMass Dartmouth's quest 
to deliver a high quality education. 




103 







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Baseball 



Captains: Robert Del Duca, John Macone, & Ryan Sullivan 

Head Coach: Robert Curran 

Assistant Coaches: Randy DeBrosse, John Pacheco, & Aaron Perron 




1 


Jim Peters 


OF 


21 


Will Mahoney 


P 


2 


Kevin Narey 


SS ' 


23 


Eric Griswold 


P 


3 


Robert Del Duca 


SS 


24 


Jason Lamoreaux 


2B 


4 


Rob Lomuscio 


OF 


26 


Dan Mancini 


1B 


5 


Mike Maclean 


C 


27 


Dan DeCosta 


P 


8 


John Macone 


C 


29 


Doug Hittinger 


OF 


9 


Jeremy Robidoux 


2B 


32 


Jason Thompson 


P 


11 


Ryan Sullivan 


OF 


34 


Dan Stafford 


P 


12 


Mike Anderson 


2B 


35 


Rob Gleavy 


P 


13 


Brian Vanasse 


P 


26 


Rich Whitney 


OF 


15 


Parker Harrington 


P 


39 


Frank Cronin 


P 


16 


Dylan Zygmont 


OF 


45 


Chris Waymon 


OF 


18 


Zach Schecter 


3B 


52 


Lee Marques 


P 


19 


Tom Therrien 


P 


55 


Rob Towle 


C 


20 


Brian O'Connell 


P 









106 



Softball 




Captains: Meghan Fenton, Amanda Leal & Tracey Penney 
Head Coach: Virginia Snyder-Cardoza [1st season] 
Assistant Coaches: Holly Morris & Jen Vincent 
Head Trainer: Wendy Kirby 



2 


Amanda Leal 


P/INF 


11 


Meghan Fenton 


INF/P 


3 


Amanda Zompetti 


UTL 


12 


Meridith Morgan 


OF 


4 


Tracey Penney 


INF 


13 


Bethany Brogna 


OF/INF 


5 


Leeza Koury 


OF 


14 


Elizabeth Lutz 


P 


6 


Jenny Duchesneau 


P 


15 


Allison Letendre 


INF 


7 


Melissa Tavares 


INF 


17 


Leah Segrin 


INF 


9 


Cynthia Lentz 


OF 


18 


Jessica Werner 


OF 


10 


Shannon Allberry 


C 


19 


Shawna Howell 


INF 




107 






Men's Basketball 




Head Coach: Brian Baptiste 122 nd season] 

Assistant Coaches: Joe Wmterhalter, Stefan Pagios, Adam Clark & Jason Antonio 

Vol. Asst Coach: Len Brophy 

Athletic Trainer: Wendy Kirby 



11 


William Cardoza 


G 


30 


Steve Hashim 


G 


12 


Josh Adamec 


G 


31 


Charlie Large 


C 


14 


Will Mahoney 


G 


32 


Liam Mullen 


G/F 


15 


Mike LePage 


G 


33 


James Campbell 


G 


20 


Matt McAuliffe 


G 


35 


Dave Branca 


F 


21 


Paul Pawlowski 


G/F 


44 


Chris Lapriore 


F 


22 


Amilton Tavares 


G 


51 


Tishon Crawley 


F 


23 


Joe Britto 


G/F 








25 


Ryan Goyette 


G/F 











Women's Basketbal 




Captains: Maura Armstrong & Casey Ridge 

Head Coach: John "Mick" Klitzner [2 nd season at UMass Dartmouth] 

Assistant Coach: Cash Griffith, Jessica Corwin 

Head Athletic Trainer: Wendy Kirby 



3 


Vicky Palantzas 


F 


25 


Merideth Morgan 


G 


10 


Ashley Chard 


G 


30 


Lindsay Marsh 


F 


13 


Kerri Augenstein 


G/F 


31 


Joya Davis 


G 


14 


Casey Ridge 


G 








20 


Maura Armstrong 


F 








21 


Laurea Goggin 


G 








24 


Lisa Satkevich 


F 









109 




Football 




Head Coach: William Kavanaugh 
Assistant Coaches: Charles Allaire, Steve Prew, 
Roger Saraiva, Jeff McCoy, Kevin Mahoney, 
William Connolly, Dan Starkie, William J. Kavanaugh 



1 


Valdemeiro Teixeira 


QB 


2 


Victor Cruz 


WR 


3 


Wayne Homol 


RB 


4 


Derek Bealby 


DB 


5 


Eric Meza 


LB 


6 


Bryan Marino 


QB 


9 


Jon Martel 


WR 


10 


Joe Calden 


DE 


12 


Pat Franey 


QB 


15 


Mike Bleakley 


LB 


19 


Chris Cheney 


DB 


20 


Corey Williams 


WR 


21 


John Waldron 


DB 


23 


Kevin Rolfe 


PK 



24 


Jason Berroa 


LB 


25 


Joel Humphries 


RB 


28 


Dave Blanchard 


WR 


29 


Jason Aaron 


DB 


30 


George Neves 


DB 


31 


Kevin Avitabile 


RB 


32 


Tom Akillian 


DE 


33 


Jamal Thomas 


DB 


34 


Bobby Sullivan 


RB 


35 


Jon Tadeau 


RB 


36 


Marco Angelo 


DB 


37 


Josh Francis 


LB 


39 


Alex Kern 


RB 


40 


Ernest Addo 


DT 


41 


John Regan 


LB 


42 


Tom Chisamore 


LB 


43 


Adam Bisson 


DB 


44 


Richard James 


LB 


46 


Louis Lopes 


LB 


47 


Brendan Kwiatkowski 


DB 


48 


Larchilles Bruton 


DE 


50 


Dave Gaudet 


LB 


52 


Chris Caulfield 


LB 


53 


Mike Millar 


OL 


54 


■ Dave Miranda 


OL 


55 


Andy Faber 


LB 


57 


Andy Milian 


OL 


58 


Micki Augis 


LB 


59 


Danny White 


DT 


60 


Peter Hubbard 


DT 


61 


Mark Wingertsman 


OL 


62 


Seth Doucette 


DE 


63 


Mike McLaughlin 


LB 


64 


Charlie Gryska 


OL 


65 


Adam Hood 


DT 


66 


Dan Reutzel 


DT 


67 


Kenny Molloy 


TE 


68 


Marc Picardo 


OL 


70 


Mike White 


OL 


71 


Gary Correia 


OL 


72 


Cecil Butcher 


OL 


73 


Andy Buckley 


OL 


74 


Carlos Munoz 


DT 


75 


Chima Nwanesidu 


DL 


76 


James Denning 


DT 


77 


Robert Cunningham 


OL 



110 



Volleyball 




Captain: Nicole Verroneau 

Head Coach: Mike Holden [1 st season at UMD] 

Asst. Coach: Joceyln Costa 



Damara Moses 
Nazareth Cardoso 
Nicole Verroneau 
Lauren Daly 
Meghan Fenton 



DS/L 

MH 

Opp 

S/Opp 

OH 



7 


Jenn Goodwin 


8 


Sabrina Collins 


9 


Britney Coyle 


10 


Kerri Mandeville 


13 


Ingrid Parena 


14 


Rebecca Smith 


15 


Rachel Smith 


16 


Alyssa Dearani 


17 


Jessica Parish 



DS/L 

DS/L 

OH 

MH 

DS/L 

S/Opp 

OH 

MH 

MH 



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Ice Hockey 




Captains: Brandon Koziara, Ian Seaver 
Assistant Captain: Scott Trahan 
Head Coach John Roll! 



1 


Kevin McGowan 


2 


Eric Frank 


3 


Paul Carr 


4 


Dan Aucoin 


5 


Mike McPherson 


6 


Shane Relihan 


7 


Kyle McCullough 


9 


Tyler Vrolyk 


10 


Paul Garabedian 




11 


Patrick Lovett 


12 


Chris Grunther 


13 


Brandon Koziara 


14 


Ray Kirby 


15 


Mike Aiello 


16 


Dave Cioch 


17 


Jonathan Finn 


18 


Ian Seaver 


19 


Scott Trahan 


20 


Ryan Grant 


21 


Jim Foley 


22 


Mike McNulty 


23 


Brian Chapin 


24 


Peter Under 


25 


Jeff Grant 


26 


Tyler Crocker 


28 


Joe Walsh 


30 


Bruce Maggio 


32 


Marc Barron 



112 




Field Hockey 




Captains: Lauren Izzicupo and Leah Segrin 
Head Coach: Jennifer Burrows [1st season] 
Assistant Coach: Deanna White 



F/M 

M 

F 

M 

D 

M/D 

F/M 

F 

F 



2 


Lauren Izzicupo 


3 


Lauren Mannarino 


4 


Karlie Grundner 


6 


Erin Langan 


7 


Maruta Augis 


8 


Amy McGillicuddy 


9 


Jessica Peixoto 


10 


Beth Enko 


11 


Alison Garland 



12 


Courtney Pare 


13 


Alisha Edwards 


14 


Larissa Correia 


15 


Caitlin DiCecca 


16 


Jennifer Morey 


17 


Leah Segrin 


18 


Amy Famulari 


19 


Leanne Canillas 


21 


Lindsey Berube 


23 


Amanda Schwader 


24 


Caitlin Nottebart 


31 


Jessica Tavares 


32 


Kaitlyn Koza 



F 

D 

F 

F 

M 

D 

M/D 

M 

F 

D 

D 

GK 

GK 



113 




Lacrosse [Men] 




Captains: Dan Buckley, Rory Hirl, Ryan Laracy, 

& Andy Sabourin 

Head Coach: Kevin Mahoney 

Assistant Coach: Brad Wilson 



1 


Andy Sabourin 


D 


2 


Ryan Dunphy 




3 


Ryan Leary 


A 


5 


Ryan Darmon 




6 


Joe Alfano 




7 


Kevin Enwright 


A 


8 


Mark Lapointe 


M 


9 


Kyle Griffin 




10 


Steve Chase 


G 



11 


Dan Buckley 


M 


12 


Jared Dube 




14 


Bobby Young 


A 


16 


Nick McEvoy 


M 


18 


Shawn King 




20 


Rob Gumb 


M 


21 


Ryan Laracy 


M 


22 


Jean Paul DesJardins 


D 


23 


Rory Hirl 


D 


25 


Patrick Roach 


M 


26 


Ryan Trexler 


M 


27 


John Tisdell 


D 


28 


Matt Silva 




32 


JDDIMenna 




33 


Dan Gomes 




34 


Jason Gorgone 


G 


35 


Ryan Teves 




36 


TJ Gochis 


M 


40 


Liam McHale 




42 


Ryan Connell 


D 



Lacrosse [Women] 




Captain: Liz Holland, Kristine Johnson, Candice Oyer 

Head Coach: Jerry Jennings [8 th season, 45-42] 

Assistant Coach: Jen Burrows, Kristen Keene, Dan Branigan 



1 


Phuong Huynh 


D 


2 


Marie Spang 


A 


3 


Lisa Salamone 


D 


4 


Candice Oyer 


M 


5 


Mary Doherty 


F 


6 


Erica Dominguez 


F 


7 


Katelyn Elliot 


A/M 


8 


Jill Howard 


D 



9 


Kathleen Allen 


D 


11 


Leanne Canillas 


M 


16 


Katelyn Sullivan 


M 


17 


Kristine Johnson 


D 


18 


Meghan Costello 


M 


20 


Alex Buckley 


A 


21 


Ruth Brown 


D 


22 


Myrdell Belizaire 


D 


23 


Nicole Carter 


M 


24 


Liz Holland 


G 


25 


Erin Doherty 


G 




115 



Swimming [Men and Women] 




Women's Swim Team 


Men's Swim Team 


Head Coach: Cathy Motta 


Head Swimming Coach: Cathy Motta 


Assistant: Nancy Kitchen 


Asst. Coach: Nancy Harrington 




Diving Coach: Jerry Jennings 


Kerrie Clifford 


Captain: Gino Escalante 


Meaghan Coache 




Ashley Coughlin 


Nicolas Almeida 


Kate Denneen 


Mahmoud Amer 


Sarah Desjardins 


George Aulson IV 


Jessica Fallon 


Adam Berkley 


Kaitlyn Kandler 


Jay Brinley 


Vanessa Karbowski 


Paul Brisson 


Kelly Kidd 


Tom Cakounes 


Seanna McRae 


Peter Dibenedetto 


Shannon Quinn 


Gino Escalante 


Meredith Reback 


Adam Hanley 


Courtney Trayers 


Frank Pearson III 




Garrick Wong 




116 




Women's Cross Country 

Captains: Lindsay Nyggard 
& Stephanie Hunt 
Coach: John Hird 
Asst. Coach: Joe McCarthy 

Libby DeBoalt 
Stephanie Hunt 
Haley Lawson 
Lindsay Nyggard 
Caitlin Schutz 
Stefanie Zopatti 



Men's Cross Country 

Captain: Dave Brooks 

Coach: John Hird 

Asst. Coach: Joe McCarthy 



Cross Country [Men and Women] 






av/i - 




Dave Brooks 
Chris Caldwell 
Brendan Cavanaugh 
Casey Cavanaugh 
Matt Coble 
Matt Gagnon 
Andy Gagnon 
Connor Gorman 
Rich Hartigan 
Mike LeBlanc 
Bob McGettigan 
Steve Murray 
Kevin O'Connell 
Mike O'Malley 
Philip Sullivan 
Brian Vatcher 



117 




Indoor Track & Field [Men and Women] 




Women's 

Head Coach: John Hird 

Deanne Bedby 
Alicia Malloy / High Jump/200 
Katie Malloy / High Jump/400 
Jennifer Munyon / Sprints & Jumps 
Leanne Nygaard / Distance 
Lindsay Nygaard / Distance 
Courtney Pare / Sprints 
Caitlin Schutz/ Distance 



Men's 

Head Coach: John Hird 

Thomas Adams / Sprints 

Ernest Addo / Throws 

Christopher Botelho / 400 

Dave Brooks / Distance 

James Brumfield / Throws 

Ronald Casper / Sprints 

Brendan Cavanaugh / Mid-Distance 

Casey Cavanaugh / Distance 

Michael Doyle/ Mid-Distance 

Jonathan Garcia / Hurdles, Long, 

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Clayton Gullatt / High, Long, 

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Mike Hitchins/ 400 

Michael Jordan / Hurdles & 200 

Timothy Lynch / Throws 

Sam Machuor / 400 & 800 

Ralp Moreau / 55M & Sprints 

Stephen Murray / Distance 

Kevin O'Connell / Distance 

Michael O'Malley / Mid-Distance 

Jonathan Scully / Mid-Distance 

Philip Sullivan / Distance 

Jason Van Vaerwenewyck / Distance 

Brian Vatcher / Mid-Distance 

Yusef White / 400 & Long Jump 



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Outdoor Track & Field [Men and Women] 



Women's 



Men's 




Head Coach: John Hird 

Deanne Bealby / Hurdles 
Kerry Beddeos / Triple Jump, 1 00 
Ashley Brown / High Jump 
Kelly Fitts / Javelin 
Nicole Kulig / 400 
Haley Lawson / Distance 
Alicia Malloy / High Jump, 200 
Katie Malloy/ High Jump, 400 
Jennifer Munyon / Sprints, Jumps 
Leanne IMygaard / Distance 
Lindsay Nygaard / Distance 
Ingrid Panetta / Javelin, Discus 
Courtney Pare / Sprints 
Caitlin Schutz / Distance 
Rachel Smith / Hurdles 




Head Coach: John Hird 

Thomas Adams / Sprints 
Christopher Botelho / 400 

Dave Brooks / Distance 

James Brumfield / Throws 

Chris Caufield / Discus 

Brendan Cavanaugh / Mid-Distace 

Casey Cavanaugh / Distance 

Michael Doyle / Mid-Distance 

Keoma Duarte / Triple Jump, Long 

Jump, Hurdles 

Matt Gagnon / Distance 

Jonathan Garcia / Triple Jump, Long 

Jump, High Jump 

Ben Harris/ Discus 

Eric Holmes / Distance 

Michael Jordan / Hurdles, 200 

Michael Leblanc / Distance 

Michael Levesque/ Javelin, Discus 

Patrick Lynch / Throws 

Timothy Lynch / Throws 

Sam Machour /400, 800 

Stephan Murray / Distance 

Kevin O'Connell / Distance 

Michael O'Malley / Mid-Distance 

Jonathan Scully / Mid-Distance 

Jason Van Vaerwenewyck / Distance 

Brian Vatcher / Mid-Distance 

Yusef White / 400, Long Jump 

Bruce Zapasnik / Javelin 



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Cheerleading 




Captain: Alexis Battle 
Head Coach: Scott Bouchard 
Asst. Coach: Gretchen Hodges 

Lindsey Baraud 
Jackie Bartsch 
Alexis Battle 
Jaclyn Bent 
Amber Dibibar 
Courtney Hassett 
Becky Hewitt 
Amy Krause 



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Meghan Lydon 
Christine Maguire 
Nicole Minghella 
Katie O'Rourke 
Sarah Pike 
Nicole Randall 
Mary Robbins 
Jenna Ruggiero 
Amy Spaulding 
Chrissy Silva 




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Tennis [Men and Women] 




Women 

Captains: Hannah Chavez, & Sara Charwick 
Head Coach: Ralph Perry [7th season] 

Sara Charwick 
Hannah Chavez 
Nicole Cross 
Katie Haepers 
Alicia Newton 
Natasha Tretter 



Captain: Ryan Paul 

Head Coach: Tom Mendell [3 rd season] 

Athletic Trainer: Wendy Kirby 



Dave Gogio 
Chris Sims 
Aidan Thompson 
Tim Hamilton 
Eric Dusseault 
Steve Locke 
Steffan Nunn 
Josh McCoy 
Jonas Shorrack 



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Sociology 



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Accounting 




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Nursing 



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Management 



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Business Administration 



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Psychology 



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Nursing 




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Biology 


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Portuguese 




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Psychology 



James M. Boyer 
Biology 



Christopher F. Boyle 
Political Science 



138 



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Business Administration 



Mark R. Buckley 
Visual Design/Electronic Imaging 



Rebecca A. Budgell 
Artisanry/Jewelry/Metals 



Jamie L. Bullington 
Nursing 



Kera M. Burba 
English 



Heather N. Burns 
Accounting 




Alexandria M. Bury 
Sociology 



Laurin N. Cabral 
Biology 



Melanie Cabral 
Nursing 



Gina M. Camara 
Business Administration 



Patricia B. Camara 
Finance 



Christina M. Cambra 
Sociology 




Laura M. Cambridge 
Mathematics 



Lindsey C. Capone 
Visual Design/Graphic Design 



Matthew Caravana 
Management 



Ariane A. Carbone 
Visual Design/Electronic Imaging 



Alisha P. Cardarelli 

Management 



Joseph M. Cardia 
Psychology 



139 



Erik T. Cardoza 
Sociology/Criminal Justice 



Tiffany L. Cardoza 
Management 



Richard J. Carmel 
Psychology 



Deirdre M. Carmichael 
Marketing 



Maura E. Carney 
Nursing 



Alisha M. Carson 
Medical Laboratory Science 




Herbert C. Chao 
Computer Science 



Kevin M. Chappell 
Business Information Systems 



Raymond A. Charbatji 
Visual Design/Illustration 



Jennifer L. Chase 
Medical Laboratory Science 



Matthew J Chatigny 

Music 
Music Technology 



Jessica L. Chaves 

English 



140 



Elizabeth A. Christensen 
Psychology 



Karolina A. Ciezarkiewicz 
Marketing 



Patrick J. Clougherty 
Management 



David D. Cloyd Jr. 
Marketing 



Matthew J. Coby III 
Electrical Engineering 



Nicholas E. Coggeshall 
Mechanical Engineering 




Alexander M. Cohen 
Business Information Systems 



Stephen W. Colby 
Computer Science 



Patrick M. Connolly 
Management 



Marlie Constant 
Biology 



Dawn M. Cordeiro 
Political Science 



Debora C. Cordeiro 
Nursing 




Matthew S. Corr 
History 



Elisabete F. Correia 
Sociology/Criminal Justice 



Melinda M. Costa 
Finance 



Kevin Couto 
Economics 



Jonathan M. Croll 
Biology 



Daniel N. Cronin 
Marketing 



141 



Kathryn S. Crowley 
Marketing 



Caitlin A. Crowninshield 
Humanities/Social Sciences 



Robert J. Curro 
Computer Science 



Shaun E. DaCunha 
Management 



Derek T. Daly 
Management 



Paula C. Da Silva 
Marketing 




Sandra M. Dasilva 
Management 



Alexis L. Demas 
Management 



Elizabeth A. DaSilveira 
3usmess Information Systems 



James W. Davidson Jr. 

Electrical Engineering 
Physics 



Gregory S. Davis 
History 



Sarah J. DeAdder 
Finance 



Catarina L. Demedeiros 

Finance 



Monica P. DeMedeiros 
Sociology 



Kelly A. Demelo 

Sociology/Criminal Justice 



Cassandra DePina 
Psychology 



Robert P. Del Duca 
Marketing 




Leslie A. DePina 
Multidisciplinary Studies 



142 



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History 



Geraldine A. Desmond 
Chemistry 



Stephanie A. Desousa 
Psychology 



Jesse M. Desrosiers 
Mechanical Engineering 



Amy S. Deveau 
Management 



Jessica L. DeVergilio 
Marketing 




James W. Devine 


Arthur L. Deych 


Anthony D. Deyoe 


Jonathan D. Dickinson 


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Mechanical Engineering 



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Psychology 



143 




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Spanish 



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Psychology 



Michael R. Facchiano 
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Biology 



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English 




Rebekah J. Fontaine 

English 



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Multidisciplinary Studies 



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Business Information Systems 



145 



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Sociology 



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Benjamin H. Kortright 
Visual Design/Graphic Design 




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History 



Michelle M. Labrode 
Humanities/Social Sciences 



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Artisanry/Jewelry/Metals 



Melissa S. Lamier 
Sociology/Criminal Justice 



Matthew W. Landon 
History 




David T, Lanneville 
Management 



Ryan W. Laracy 
Finance 



Charles R. Large 
English 



Leah A. Latham 
Visual Design/Photography 



Jean M. Latina 
Visual Design/Photography 



Stephanie M. Leahy 
Electrical Engineering 



150 




R. Donna Louis 
Management 



Eric A. Lundin 
Computer Science 



Marcia F. Machado 
Economics 



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Political Science 



Wendy A. MacKinnon 
Humanities/Social Sciences 



Daniel S MacLean 
Computer Science 



151 



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Biology 



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Political Science 



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Physics 



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Biology 



Elyse A. Mahoney 

Nursing 




Delilah Maldonado 
Economics 



Lisa A. Mallett 
Marketing 



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Sculpture/3D Studies 



Lynn A. Maloney 
Accounting 



Justin P. Manganaro 
Nursing 



Erica A. Marcaurelle 
Psychology 




152 



Ruth E. Matias 
Psychology 



Andrew V. Matos 
Economics 



Cara L. Matossian 
Psychology 



Brandon P. Mayer 
Marketing 



Kacey L. McCallum 
English 



Kristin D. McCarthy 
Marketing 




Jonathan W. McCloskey 
Marketing 



Sean M. McFarland 
Visual Design/Illustration 



Erin M. McGrath 
Biology 



David M. McGuire 
Visual Design/Graphic Design 



Katie L. McLain 
Mechanical Engineering 



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Biology 



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153 




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154 



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Sociology 



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Economics 



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Electrical Engineering 



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Visual Design/Graphic Design 



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Psychology 



155 



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Mathematics 



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Finance 



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Mechanical Engineering 



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Humanities/Social Sciences 



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Psychology 



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Marketing 




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Sculpture/3D Studies 



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History 



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Finance 



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Sociology/Criminal Justice 



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Artisanry/Jewelry/Metals 



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Nursing 



Kathryn E. Pape 
Psychology 



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Finance 



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Civil & Environmental Engineering 



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Visual Design/Photography 



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Mathematics 
Psychology 



156 



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Marketing 



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Mathematics 



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History 



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History 
Art History 



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Mathematics 



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English 



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Nursing 



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Biology 



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Marketing 




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Psychology 




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Management 



Jessica L. Pires 
Marketing 



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Psychology 



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Accounting 



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Visual Design/Graphic Design 



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Management 



157 



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Janelle R. Rahme 


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Medical Laboratory Science 


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Management 



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Civil & Environmental Engineering 



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Accounting 



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Nursing 



158 



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Biology 



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Nursing 



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Visual Design/Graphic Design 



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Psychology 



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Finance 



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Sociology/Criminal Justice 




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Electrical Engineering 



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Psychology 



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Computer Science 



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Art Education 



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Political Science 



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Chemistry 




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Humanities/Social Sciences 



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English 



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Marketing 



159 



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Humanities/Social Sciences 



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Humanities/Social Sciences 



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English 



160 




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Visual Design/Illustration 



161 



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Chemistry 



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Visual Design/Graphic Design 



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Artisanry/Ceramics 



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Sociology/Criminal Justice 



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Sociology/Criminal Justice 



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History 



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Humanities/Social Sciences 



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Finance 



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Mathematics 
Physics 



162 



Trang M. Tong 
Nursing 



Tracey A. Torres 
Business Information Systems 



Paulo C. Traleira 
Marketing 



Hai V. Tran 
3usiness Information Systems 



Kimberly T. Tran 
Finance 



Tri M. Tran 
Mathematics 




Leanne Tremblay 


Ryan J. Trepanier 


Beth-Ann Troia 


Celia M.Trudel 


Lina Tsang 


Tu Tsung-ta 


Art History 


English 


Business Administration 


Artisanry/Textile Design/Fiber Arts 


Civil & Environmental Engineering 


Computer Science 


Artisanry/Jewelry/Metals 














Brett S. Urquhart 
English 



Jason R. Valente 
Business Information Systems 



Brandi-Leigh Valles 
Finance 



Mary-Elizabeth G. Vasconcellos 
Psychology 



Damien R. Vasconcelos 
Sociology/Criminal Justice 



Tiffany M. Vassell 
Sociology 



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Daniel R. Veillette 
Physics 



Andrea L. Ventola 
English 



Nicole M. Verronneau 
Business Information Systems 



Adelino A. Vicente 
Sociology/Criminal Justice 



Sherry A. Vieira 
Nursing 



Mary A. Vrana 
Nursing 




Kimberly A. Welsch 
Sociology 



Laura C. Westcott 
Accounting 



Jennifer L. Whittaker 
Accounting 



Scott M. Whittle 
Management 



Ashley A. Wilkinson 
Nursing 



Tracy L. Willard 
Civil & Environmental Engineering 



Shandu S. Williams 


Alison Wingrove 


Wendy W. Woods 


Nicole E. Woolley 


Bruce H. Zapasnik 


Amy A. Zarrella 


Psychology 


Psychology 
Sociology 


Business Information Systems 


Psychology 


Accounting 


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Stefanie M. Zopatti 
Visual Design/Electronic Imaging 



Jeannette C. Zurc 
Accounting 



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Lisa, 

Congratulations to my best friend. I am 

so proud of you and your accomplishment. 

As I have watched you grow, change, and succeed 

again and again - you have been 

my muse, my inspiration. You are my life, 

my love. I wish for you the best, the happiest and the 

most fulfilling future imaginable. 

I love you, your #1 fan 




Colin, 

Let your heart be your conscience 
And your "mind music" your inspiration; 

Have faith that the treasures of life will find you. 

Congratulations on the ending of one adventure 
...and the beginning of another. 



With love and pride, 

Mom, Dad, Bonnie, Bryan & Weston 



Colin Forrest GilroySmith 



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Cortney Provini ^s 



ar Cortney, 

i are so proud of you. Always follow your 
iam and your heart. 

: love you, 

>m, Dad, Chris & Riley 





Leanne Rita Griffin 

Congratulations Leanne 
With Love and Pride. 



Dad, Mom, Andreana, and Katherine 



Leanne Rita Griffin 





Bobby, 

You have achieved a great accomplishment! As 
you continue on your journey, we have no doubt 
that whatever you choose to do will be done with 
excellence. Thank you for being such a wonderful 
son. We are so proud of you and hope that you 
know that we love you very much. Thanks for all 
the beautiful memories! Go forward and do great 
things! 

Love, 

Dad, Mom, Megan, and Kyle 



Bobby 



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Charles, 

It was with heavy hearts that we left you standing on this campus four 
years ago. You were faced with challenges the likes of which you had never 
seen in your previous years. You slipped and fell once or twice, but you 
always managed to pick yourself upand come back a stronger person every 
time, which was no small accomplishment by any means. Your strength 
has exceeded far beyond our own expectations as your parents. You have 
forged the tools you will need to go out into the world and carve a worthy 
niche for yourself. We are sure you will use your newfound wealth of 
knowledge and experience well in the years ahead. Already at this point in 
your life, you have walked a path far higher than either of us and stand well 
ahead above us in your accomplishments. From the bottom 
of our hearts you give us a true meaning for the word "Hero". 

With all our Love, 
Mom and Dad 



Charles Miller 




Jen, it seems like we just moved you into the 
freshman dorm. . . and here you are graduating ! 
We are so proud of all you have achieved 
- but we are most proud of the person you 
have become. We wish you love, laughter and 
success. 



Love, Dad, Mom & Jess 



Jen Chase 





Nikki 



Nikki, 

You are the greatest thing that has 

ever happened to us and you've grown up 

to be everything we could ever dream. We 

are so very proud of you and all of your 

accomplishments. 

Congratulations Buster!! 

We love you very much, 
Mom and Dad 



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We couldn't be prouder! 



Josh Glaser 



Alicia, 

We are very proud of you and your 
achievements. You have made us very happy. 
Keep up the good work. 

We love you, 

Mom, Grandma, and Melinda 



Alicia Roberto 





Brandon Mayer 



Brandon, 

Congratulations on this greataccomplishment, we 

are so proud 

of you. You have given us so many 

wonderful memories in the last 23 years. 

We know this is only the beginning of 

many more challenging undertakings for 

you and we wish you so much success 

and happiness always. 

We Love You, 
Mom & Dad 



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Jessica Nardone 



To my Baby Girl Jessica Ellen, 

Congratulations "YOU DID IT!" You are the true 
definition of a genuine champion. This "Grand 
Slam" will take you through 
a rewarding life of happiness and prosperity. Some 
dream of success whileyou work hardf or it, despite 
some overwhelming odds you faced at times. You 
have achieved more in 22 years than most have in 
a lifetime. Your family is bursting with pride. You 
are our All Star. 

Love Always and Forever, 

Mom, Dad, Eddie, Uncle John, and Mimmie 




Joshua I. Herman, 

We are all so proud of you and of your accomplishments. Josh, continue to be 
passionate about what you value. Be a man of character, faith, integrity and humility. 
You are remarkable. 



We love you and wish you the best in life. 
Love, Mom, Dad, Adam, Seth, Janna and Chuck 



Joshua I. Herman 




Congratulations to my daughter Monica. 

I am very proud of you and everything that you 

have accomplished. 

May all of your dreams come true. 

Love always, 

Mom 



Monica Paula 
De Medeiros 



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Kathryn, 

^.Vou've worked very hard and we are very proud of you and all your 
accomplishments. We wish you all the best as you begin the next phase 
of your life. Go wherever your dreams take you. 



Love Mom, Dad and Lauren 



Kathryn J. Pimental 




-Congratulations Melinda- 

WOW! I You received your degree in two and 
a half years. We are proud of you. God bless 
you with continuous success and may all your 
dreams be realized. 

Love, Mom, Dad, Eric, Stacie 



Melinda Costa 





Tiffany Aguiar 



Tiff, 

The moment you were born, I was the proudest 
dad in the world. You have accomplished so 
much since then. You have had to work very 
hard for everything, from gymnastics, to dance 
and school. You have accomplished something 
millions of high schoolers set out to do but never 
finish. You have worked so hard in college while 
working all of the hours that you do. Just as it 
was when you were born, I am still the proudest 
dad in the world. Congratulations Tiff! 
Love Dad 



To: "The sunshine of my life" 

I'm so very proud of you for all of your 

accomplishments over the years. May you find 

happiness and success in whatever you do and 

wherever life leads you. 

Love Always, 

Mom 



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Angela 
Catanese 



y 





Angela, 

Don't ever stop reaching for the stars, you'll attain your goals 
and then some... 

Don't ever stop thinking of and remembering your loved ones 
that have gone, they'll live in your heart forever. . . 

Don't ever stop looking for happiness, as it'll find you when 
you least expect it... 

We are proud of you and your accomplishments. 

You are our sunshine and our "Champ". 

We love you. 

Mom, Dad, and Daniela 





Kristine Wilhelmsen 



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Andrea Joy Galipeau 91 



Andrea, 

We are so proud of what you have accomplished. 
A double major will certainly help to make your 
dreams come true and all of your hard work will 
be worth it. 

Love Always, Mom & Dad 





Jennifer Bispo 



CONGRATULATIONS JEN WE ARE SO 
PROUD OF YOU. NOW YOU CAN REACH 
FOR THE STARS MY ANGEL. 

LOVE MOM, DAD 



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Jane B. Reardon 

We are so proud of you. 

You've always done your best 

in all your years at UMD. 

We wish you much happiness 

in life and much satisfaction as you 

start your career as 

a registered nurse. 



Jane B. Reardon 




Dear Mark, 

CONGRATULATIONS!!! 

You've accomplished so much during these past four years 
with lots of hard work, a sincere dedication and a strong 
commitment to yourfuture, MAY ITALWAYS SHINE BRIGHT. 

We are so very proud of you and wish you a lifetime full of 
much happiness and success. 

Love Always, Mom and Dad 



MarkT. Dunn 



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Nikkole M. Ruley 

CONGRATULATIONS, NIKKOLE! We salute 
you for your FAITH, your STRENGTH, and 
COURAGEOUS spirit! "Nothing can dim the 
light that shines within." To GOD be all the 
glory!!! You did it. : ) 

We Love You ! 

Daddy, Mommy, Lakeisha, Tammi, Sarita, and 

The Thome's Family 



Nikkole M. Ruley 



Monica DeMedeiros 

Congratulations for all of your accomplishments 

and good luck with 

all that you do. You have amazed me 

with all that you have done, and I am certain that 

you will continue to do so. 

I love you. 



Yours Always, 
Richie 



Monica Demedeiros 






Jason Marques 



Congratulations on your graduation and all 
of your achievements. You are such a good 
son. You bring so much joy to your family. 
We are so proud of you for being who you 
are. We always feel so strong about being 
here to give you all the support you need. 
May God be always with you, and make your 
dream come true. 



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Dave, 

You made it and we're very proud of you. 

Welcome to the real world. 

Be happy and successful. It's been a fun ride! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Chris and Meg 




David S. Richard 





Congratulations upon your graduation. 

Trust in what you believe in, but mostly believe 

in yourself. Learn something new everyday, 

and share your knowledge. When you're thrown 

a curve, remember everything in life is only temporary. 

Pursue all your dreams and never stop growing. 

Be truly happy with yourself and know that you will 

always be loved by your family. Shine my little firefly. 



Love, 
Mom & Dad 



Lindsay 



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Watching you grow into a beautiful, 
young lady has been one of our greatest 
pleasures! Continue to enjoy the fun in life 
surrounded by love and wisdom! 

We are very proud of you!! 

Love, 

Dad, Mom, and Michael 



Janelle 



Garrett, you have become a shining 
star There is a certain predictability that 
you will have a positive affect on those 
you touch and that you will succeed in 
your future endeavors. Mom and Dad 
congratulate and wish you the very best. 
May God help you SHINE. 



iarret George Gomes 







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Brittany Strauch 

From WY to AZ to WY to KY to 
WY to MT to MA + Eq to MA 
to NY to MA. 6 states, Equador 
twice in 20 yrs and look where 
you are @ now. Where will you go 
tomorrow? Heaven only knows! 



Brittany Strauch 



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Brendan, 

Congratulations!! We are so very 
proud of you and all that you have 
accomplished. You're a remarkable 
person with a heart of gold and 
limitless talent and potential. As you 
take your next steps in life, never 
forget how much you are loved and 
appreciated. We'll always be there for 
you! 

All our love, 

Mom, Dad, Justin, Caitlin, Zach, 

"Cloe" & "Subwoofa" 



Brendan Durand 



Jeannette C. Zurc 




Jeannette, 

Congratulations for your many scholastic achievements, to include 
having finished your B.S. degree in 3 1/2 years. 

Love Always, 

Dad, Mom, Uncle Ruben, J. B. Scott, Ashley, and your sisters 




David Newcomb 

Dare to dream and 
always be proud of 
yourself because we 
are so proud of you! 

Love and God Bless, 
Mom, Dad.Tina, Dawn, 
Thomas and Mitchell 



David Newcomb 




"No worries" 

- Keep it shiny side up! 

Love, Mom, Dad, & Liz 



Missie Allard 



Sarah Ann Jarafi-Quellette 




Sarah Ann Jafari-Ouellette 

From a sweet little girl to a creative and confident young woman, 
we are proud of you! 

Love, 

Mama, Auntie, Tio, and Memere 



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Congratulatios Michael 

We are so proud of you. 
This is such an accomplishment that 
you have worked so hard for and 
deserve. Wishing you many more 
future achievements. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Bettie, Roberto, Susan 

Glen Christina, Aliyah, Caleb, & Hollie 




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Michael Rodrigu.es 



Meredith L Thompson 




Life threw you a huge curve 
three years ago. Through your strength 
and determination you were able to 
not only continue with school but you 
also made the Dean's list every term. 
We know how difficult this has been for 
you and we appreciate all your hard 
work. Greg would still insist he was smarter; 
but he would be very impressed with all 
that you have accomplished. Your father 
and I couldn't be prouder of you. We hope 
all your dreams come true and always 
remember the road that takes you home. 

Love always, 
Mom & Dad 




It is time for a celebration! 
The beautiful baby girl has 
turned into a beautiful graduate. 

We love you, Congratulations!! 



Jyoti Folch 



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Casey, 

Congratulations on your accomplishments. 
You worked very hard and we are so very proud of you. 
May your sensitivity, warmth, and love for people 
guide you in your nursing career. 



Love you so much, 
Mom and Dad 



Casey Lynn Ridge 




To our preceious Jen, 

You have always been 
our bright and shining star 
and we love you dearly. 
We are very proud of all 
your accomplishments 
in college and your 
sculptures will be treasured 
forever. May you always 
walk in sunshine! 

Your loving family, 
Mom & Dad, 
Ben & Sam, 
Steph & Greg, Sarah, 
Vaerie & Andrea 



IJen Dilner 




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Congratulations Greg! 

You have worked very hard and we are 
so proud of you. We wish you a lifetime 
of happiness and much success. 



Love Forever; 
Mom and Dad 



Greg Pennini 



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and students of the University 
of Massachusetts - Dartmouth 




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facility, including design and production for products to 40 GHz. 



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Recent multi-million dollar investments in technology, new facilities and community outreach, allow us 
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lighting for commercial, institutional and residential construction. 

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School of Medicine. As one of the fastest-growing medical centers in Massachusetts, and part of New England's second-largest 
healthcare system, we invite you to join us today. 



Congratulations on reaching the point where education meets experience. 

We extend to all new nursing graduates our congratulations - and our invitation to consider a career at 
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Commencement 
by: Stef Zopatti 



Order of Exercises: 

National Anthem 
Candida Rose Hemsley 

Welcome 
Chancellor Jean F. MacCormack 

Greetings from the Board of Trustees 
James J. Karam 

Greetings from the Alumni 

Representative Michael J. Rodriques, 

President of the Alumni Association 



The big day! Graduation: a day of celebration and 
congratulations. It was also a day to wear funny hats 
and gowns that probably didn't fit, but that's not what 
was important. It was the goal achieved by the close 
to 1500 UMass Dartmouth grads: closing the final chapter 
of their college lives. The week leading up to this day 
showed some awful weather brought to us by Mother 
Nature, but on this day, she had the sun shine brightly 
for the joyous ceremonies. 

Chancellor Jean F. MacCormack welcomed the crowd and 
introduced graduating senior Candida Rose Hemsley to 
sing a breathtaking rendition of the National Anthem. The 
performance was followed by two great speeches from 
2005 Class President Jennifer Granger and Student Trustee 
Matt Moseley. Brian Helgeland, Oscar-winning screenwriter 
from the class of '83, captivated the audience with his 
commencement address. 



President of the Senior Class 
Jennifer Lynn Granger 

Student Trustee 
Matthew J. Moseley 

Conferring of Honorary Degrees 

Commencement Address 
Brian Helgeland, '83 

Conferring of Degrees in Course 

Alma Mater 
Candida Rose Hemsley 

Recessional 



This year marked a big change in the graduation ceremonies 
at UMass Dartmouth. Because of the tremendous size of 
the graduating class, the colleges were split up after the 
Alma Mater, placing students in their designated areas of 
the main campus. It was there that each graduate from 
that college was announced and walked across the stage 
to receive his or her diploma. This process made the 
ceremonies faster and more bearable, while still keeping the 
tradition of being more personal. 

The 2005 Commencement proved to be a tremendous 
success and was the perfect way for the graduating 
students to end their memorable college careers. 



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Ernest Addo 

Tiffany Aguiat 

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Chad Aldndge 
Nancita Alejandro 

Melissa Ailard 

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Nathaniel Allen 
Nicole Alley 

ilmeida 
Lynn Almeida 
Melissa Almeida 
Ghazi Al-Mudhef 
Matthew Aitimar 

Amber Alves 
Michael Alves 
Sokham Am 

Andrea Amaral 
Angela Amaral 
Brent Amaral 

Kimberly Amaral 
Melmda Amaral 
Ghuncha Ambrm 
Mostafa Amer 
Joao Andrade 
Katie Andrew 
Kevin Andrews 
Marco Angelo 
Allison Anger 
Michael Anthony 

Matthew Anion 
Lmdsey Antonio 
Ana Araujo 
Matthew Armstrong 
Nathaniel Aronson 
Allison Arruda 



Allison Arsei i 
Peter Art 

Arunothai A 

John Asselin 

Andrea Atkinson 
Jennifer Alwood 

Nicolle Audette 
Nilo Avelmo 



Corey Bachand 
Mary Bagge 
Claire Bagmski 
Anne Bailey 
Christine Baker 
Takara Baker 
Kendra Bakennk 
Julia Balducci 
Jeffrey Bandini 
Felix Ban.s, III 

Brian Baptists 
Monica Barbas 
Alda Barbosa 
Mateus Barbosa 
Melissa Barbosa 
Sherry Barbosa 
John Barboza, Jr 
Nathaniel Barcelos 
Meredith Barrett 
Marc Barron 
Mantsa Barros 
Shawna 8arry 
Robby Baruch 
Joseph Barzey 
Francis Basler 
Ammesh Basnet 
Sheryl Bastian 
Pamela Bastis 
Jacqueline Baszak 
Jesse Batstone 
Seth Batstone 
Kathreen Beats 
Sondra Beaudom 
Jennifer Beaulreu 
Joel Beaulieu 
Krystal Beaumer 
8nan Beauregard 



Beck 
Randolph Beers 
Lesley Beland 
Kevin Belcastro 
Erica Bell 
Nicole Bell-Dias 
Grant Bellmghausen 
Kristin Bence 
Vincent Benefeito, II 
David Benevides 
Moussa Benmedjko 
Knsten Bergeron 
Jillian Bergmann 
Pamela Berkeley 
Peter Bernier 
Amy Bessette 



Christina Bethoney 

Tess Bettencourt 

Lars Beykirch 

Raiya Bhaiya 

Nicole Birdwell 

Joseph Biron, III 

Kerry Bisbee 

Jennifer Bispo 

Cheryl Blackburn 

Ian Blair-Lamb 

Sarah Blais 

Douglas Blake 

Bnanny Blakeman 

Diane Bher 

Michelle Boelee 

Paul Boie 

Mandy Bois 

Suzanne Bois 

Anne Bois 

Susanna Bolger 

Jennifer Bolster 

Cheryl Boltruczyk 

Naveen ReddBommareddy 

Stacy Booker 

Alberta Boone 

Mark Booth 

Tamara Boots 

Keith Borges 

Kevin Borges 

Regma Borges 

Alicia Boswell 

Thomas Botelho 

Justin Bourdon 

Tiffany Bourqum 

James Boyer 



Christopher Boyle 
Patrick Boyle 
Andrew Bracket! 
Matthew Braga 
Robert Brandzen, 
James Brassard 
Timothy Brazil 
Patrick Breen 
Delia Brennan 
Scott Bngante 
Sarah Bnggs 
William Brigham 
Bethany Brogna 
Elaine Brookfield 
Abigail Brown 
Jill Brown 
Matthew Brown 
Sean Brown 
Joshua Bruins 
Carrie Brum 
William Brum 
Janessa Bucci 
Carrie Buckles 
Lauren Buckrnan 
Rebecca Budgell 
Jamie Bullington 
Mary Bunnell 
Kera Burba 
Daniel Burgess 
Heather Burns 
James Burns 
Shawn Buttnck 
Christine Buzzell 
Amy Byalick 
Kelly Byrne 



Laurin Cabral 
Melanie Cabral 
Todd Cabral 
David Cadier 
Andrea Camara 
Gina Camara 
Michelle Camara 
Patricia Camara 
Christina Cambra 
Shawn Cambra 
Laura Cambridge 
Dianne Cameron 
James Campbell 
Lonnie Campbell. Jr 



Lmdsey Capone 
Vincent Carafone 
Matthew Caravana 
Anane Carbone 
Ahsha Cardarelli 
Erik Cardoza 
Tiffany Cardoza 
Ruthann Carlisle 
Michael Carlozzi 
Susan Carlson 
Deirdre Carmichael 
Victor Carneiro 
Maura Carney 
Melissa Caro 
Gregory Caron 
Janelle Caron 
Mark Caron 
Cheryl Carpenter 
Ada Carr 
Brenda Carr 

Susan Carreiro-Penacho 
Alisha Carson 
Kevin Carter 
Jennifer Carvalho 
Stevie Carvalho 
Knsten Casey 
Ronald Casper 
Enka Castro 
Angela Catanese 
Jonathan Cavanaugh 
Ceyhan Celik 
Elizabeth Centeio 
Carla Centola 
Knsten Champagne 
Tuan-Yi Chan 
Supreet Chana 
Hui-chen Chang 
Tzuu-Wang Chang 
Herbert Chao 
Christopher Chapman 
Kevin Chappell 
Raymond Charbat|i 
Ruth Charbonneau 
Carroll Chase 
Jennifer Chase 
Matthew Chatigny 
Rahul Chaudhari 
Swapml Chaudhari 
Amu Chaudhary 
Jessica Chaves 
Bmgyan Chen 
Chmg-Yang Chen 



Feng Chen 
Jian-Lun Chen 
Yi-Tsung Cheng 
Amarnath Chennamaraiu 
Rebecca Chhim 
Hui-Lan Chi 
Denis Childs 
Anthony Choquette 
Elizabeth Chnstensen 
Douglas Christian 
Fatima Churchill 
Kristopher Ciccarelli 
Karolma Ciezarkiewicz 
Allison Claudio 
Reed Clifton 
Patrick Clougherty 
Scott Cloukey 
David Cloyd. Jr 
Lakshmanan Cockalingam 
Matthew Cody, III 
Andre Coelho 
Diane Coelho 
Silas Coellner 
Rachael Coffin 
Ann Coggeshall 
Nicholas Coggeshall 
Alexander Cohen 
Sara Cohen 
Stephen Colby 
Justin Collins 
Nicholas Collins 
Kaitlin Columbare 
Caitlin Connolly 
Patrick Connolly 
Marlie Constant 
Keegan Cooke 
Dawn Cordeiro 
Debora Cordeiro 
Jason Cordeiro 
Kevin Cordeiro 
Felix Cordero 
Russell Corkum 
Laura Correa 
Denise Correia 
Elisabete Correia 
John Correia 
Donna Costa 
John Costa 
Maria Costa 
Melmda Costa 
Rachael Costa 
Christina Costello 



Nicholas Cote 
Brian Cottle 
Kathnne Couillard 
Kevin Couto 
Mark Couto 
Veronica Coutu 
Shaunna Covell 
Sander Cowie 
Joshua Creelman 
Brian Crispim 
Jonathan Croll 
Daniel Cronin 
Brieanna Crook 
Wendi Crooks 
Jamielee Croteau 
Joyce Crowe 
Kathryn Crowley 
Kelley Crowley 
Caitlin Crowninshie 
Amanda Culhane 
Jenna Cullivan 
Robert Curro 
Joshua Cutler 



Deborah Da Luz . 
Paula Da Silva 
Elizabeth Da Silveira 
Rosa DaCosta 
Shaun DaCunha 
Shaun DaCunha 
Ian Daigle 

Janeen D'Allessandro 
Derek Daly 
Marc Dangora 
Molly Daniel-Green 
Natacha DaSilva 
Sandra DaSilva 
Pascal David 
James Davidson, Jr. 
Justine Davis 
Kelly De Aquino 
Cassandra de Pma 
Marlene DeAbreu 
Sarah DeAdder 
Jenny DeAmaral 
Daniel DeCosta 
Rebecca DeCosta-Smrth 
Robert Del Duca 
William Delaney. Ill 
Alexander Delorey 



Marchalme Delpe 
Alexis Demas 
Catanna DeMedeiros 
Monica DeMedeiros 
Joshua DeMelo 
Kelly DeMelo 
Ryan Demers 
Stephen Demers 
Dawn DePasquale 
Leslie DePina 
Amish Desai 
Lisa DeSimas 
Candida Desjardins 
Christopher Desmarais 
Geraldme Desmond 
April Desnoyers 
Jessica Desnoyers 
Stephanie deSousa 
Jesse Desrosiers 
Amy DeVeau 
Linda Deveau 
Jessica DeVergilio 
James Devme 
Brian Devlin, Jr 
Arthur Deych 
Autumn Dhanote 
Niresh Dhungana 
Amy Dias 
Eric Dias 
Kimberiy-Jo Dias 
Jonathan Dickinson 
Gina DiGati 
Michael DiLisio 
Jennifer Dillner 
Therese DiMartino 
Michelle DiMauro 
Sarah Dinon 
Adam DiOrio 
Jeffrey Dirzius 
Monica Do Couto 
Michael Dodge 
Kelley Doherty 
Edward Dolan. Ill 
Anthony Domenici 
Stanley Dominique 
Mandy Domozick 
Justin Donaghy 
Lindsay Donaghy 
Erin Donegan 
Chnstel Donnelly 
Jaimie Donovan 
Hillary Dorgan 



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Michael Dorion 
Lora D'Orsi 
Stephanie DosReis 
Rui DosSantos 
Richard Doyon 
Michael Orexler 
Erich Dreyer 
Michaela Driessen 
Ashley Dropskr 
Kyle Duarte 
Ceasar Duarte, Jr. 
Aurelie Dubuis 
Andrew Duclos 
Veeraiah Duddempudi 
Jean Dudley 
Shirley Dufresne 
Dan Dumont 
John Dunn 
Mark Dunn 
Justin Dunne 
Kristin Dupre 
Brendan Durand 
Hannes Duschinski 
Tammy Dussault 
Kerri Dutra-Kelly 
Marianne Dyke 



David Earl 
Kathryn Egnaczak 
Laura Eierman 
Celine El-Khoury 
Jared Enos 
Michael Enos 
Miles Ercolani 
Rebecca Errmgton 
Stephanie Escobar 
Natalie Estrela 
Jeanette Etro 
Nicole Evans 



Jeffrey Fabian 
Jeremy Fabre 
Michael Facchia 
Sean Fahey 
Kelly Faidell 
John Falcone 
Brenda Fallon 
John Fana 



Monica Faria 
Dawn Farias 
Heather Farias 
Paula Farias 

Timothy Farmer 
Christopher Fauteux 
Dominik Felsmann 
Elexyce Felt 
Christopher Fernandes 
Joseph Fernandes 
Kevin Fernandes 
Krystal Fernandes 
Nicole Fernandes 
Raquel Fernandes 
Angel Fernandez 
Matthew Ferraro 
Matthew Ferreira 

Jonathan Ferry 
Ana Fidalgo 
Kate Field 
Caleb Fiero 

Benares Finan-Eshelman 
Lauren Fita 
Mary Flanders 
Eileen Flynn 
Jyoti Folch 
Matrese Fonseca 
Rebekah Fontaine 
Andreia Pontes 
Jonelle Forgione 
Brian Fortier 
Maureen Forziati 
Sean Foss 
Gretchen Foster 
Meggan Foster 
Christopher Fournier 
Brandon Fowler 
Carolyn Fraher 
Susan Francis 
Carmen Francisco 
Jessica Frates 
Katie Fredette 
Tna Freebody 
Michael French 
Patrick Friel 
Jonathan Fritz 
Jill Fuller 
Erica Fulton 
Taneah Punches 
William Furness, III 
Stephanie Furtado 



Sarah Gacek 
Daniel Gagne 
Margaret Gagner 
Adam Gagnon 
Rene Gagnon 
Andrea Galipeau 
Alison Gamache 
Brian Gamboa 
Laura Garner 
Matthew Garrod 
Dilip Gaspar 
Kimberly Gatesman 
Renee Gaudette 
Kunal Gaurav 
Mark Gauthier 
William Gauthier 
Megan Gautreau 
Robert Gaw 
Rebecca Gaydou 
Romain Geiger 
Peter Gemmellaro 
Rachael Gendreau 
Lisa George 
Claudia Gerardin 
Jacqueline Gibbs 
Dana Gierdowski 
Corey Gifford 
Emily Gifford 
Jennifer Gifford 
John Gifford 
Stacy Gilbert 
Courtney Gillet 
Colin GilroySmith 
Marquita Giovannmi 
Russell Giroux 
David Gleason, Jr. 
Caitlin Gleeson 
Timothy Glispin 
Ross Glover 
Sean Glover 
Jessica Golden 
Kieth Goldie 
Garrett Gomes 
Zeza Gomes 
Jason Goncalo 
Maria Goncalves 
Lisa Gonet 
Adrian Gonsalves 
Allen Gonsalves 
Brandi Gonsalves 



Elizabeth Gonzalez 
Osmana Gonzalez 
Katie Goodwin 
Meggan Gould 
Anabela Gouveia 
Meredith Graci 
David Graham 
Clint Grandfield 
Jennifer Granger 
Laura Green 
Katie Greene 
Barbara Greenwell 
Jenny Gneco 
Catherine Griffin 
Leanne Griffin 
Cory Griffis 
Meredith Grimes 
Thomas Grimsley 
Matthew Grzyb 
Matthew Guerra 
David Guernero 
Aaron Guillotte 
Brooke Gunn 
Hope Gunston 
Sarah Gwinn 



Susan Hachem 
Michelle Hadley 
Susan Hagan 
Catherine Hague 
David Hague 
Yves Hajjar 
Sharon Hale 
Caroline Hall 
Ivy Hall 
Jennifer Hall 
Jaclyn Hamel 
Julio Hamel 
Melanie Hamel 
Erika Hamilton 
April Hanks 
April Hansen 
Raymond Harding 
Amanda Hardy 
Angelique Harrell 
Marq Harris 
Jonathan Hart 
Marie Hartley 
Nicholas Hartman 
Steven Hashim 



Jeffrey Hastings 

Robert Hatton, III 

Caitlin Hawes 

Christopher Hawk 

Melissa Hayes 

Tricia Hayes 

Crystal Hazen 

Jennifer Hefler 

Candida Hemsley 

Hollace Henderson 

Lara Henderson 

Jesse Henson 

Joshua Herman 

Cristino Hernandez, II 

Joseph Herrmann 

Megan Heywood 

Jennifer Hichborn 

Jennifer Hill 

Joseph Hillman 

Douglas Hittinger 

Jodi Hockert-Lotz 

Brendan Hodge 

Matthew Hoeg 

Stephanie Hoelper 

Stefan ie Hoffer 

Catherine Hohlfeld-Beaumont 

Helen Holden 

Nicole Holden 

Elizabeth Holland 

Natasha Horak 

Jesse Horowitz 

Maureen Horton 

Alexander Horvet 

Stephanie Houde 

Jamie Howard 

Jennifer Howard 

Lisa Hoxie 

LiLi Hu 

Jen Ta Huang 

Mu-zen Huang 

Wei-Kang Huang 

Eric Huard 

Rebekah Huff 

Jeffrey Hughes 

Michael Hughes 

Sharon Humphrey 

Chang-Yang Hung 

Melody Hunt 

Stephanie Hunt 

Steven Hunt 

Timothy Hunt 

Jennifer Hurley 



Karen Hussion 
Deborah Hyslop 



Matthew landoli 
David lodice 
Sushanth Iringentavida 
Daniel Isidoro 
Courtney Ivanoff 
Lauren Izzicupo 



John Jacobsen 
Eric Jaegle 
Sarah Jafan-Ouellette 
William Jaquith 
Eric Jean 
Michael Jenkins 
Holly Jensen 
Mario Jeronimo 
Michelle Jestings 
Licelot Jimenez 
Amanda Johnson 
Michael Johnson 
Ronald Johnson, Jr, 
Jessica Johnstone 
Selena Jonas 
Gemma Jones 
Matthew Jones 
Karen Jordan 
Paul Jorissen 
Shiji Joseph 
Sachm Joshi 



Barbara Kalbach 
Chandana Kancherla 
Donya Kane 
Frederic Kangni 
Alex Kanterman 
Ming Kao 
Nathaniel Kapinos 
Jennifer Kaplan 
Stephen Karl 
Mary-Kate Kasper 
Phaneshwar Katangur 
Sumit Kaura 
George Keith 



Elizabeth Kelley 
Kevin Kelly 
Michael Kelly 
Ryan Kelly 
Stephen Kelsch 
James Kennedy 
Vanessa Kennedy 
Matthew Kenney 
Bridget Keough 
Darling Keovongsa 
Abby Kessler 
Tanq Khan 
Jong Chul Kim 
Myung-Soon Kim 
Timothy Kimball 
John King 
Paula Kingsbury 
Robert Kirkwood 
Nicholas Klassen 
Maria Knight 
Joseph Knox 
Kanth Kodiyala 
Miwako Kondo 
Daniel Koplin 
Benjamin Kortnght 
Mikhail Koryak 
Slaveyko Krastanov 
Francis Krueger, III 
Rachel Kszystyniak 
Danielle Kucmski 
Angela Kulas 
Prashant Kulkarni 
Saurabh Kumar 
Satya Kunta 
Michael Kvietkauskas 



Michelle LaBrode 
Tennyson LaCasio 
Joslyn Lacasse 
Michael Lach 
Evelyne LaFlamme 
Elizabeth LaFleur 
Michael Laliberte 
Susan Lally 
Daniel Lambert 
Melissa LaMier 
Stacey Lamontagne 
Kelly Lamoureaux 
Matthew Landon 
David Lanneville 



Susan Lappin 
Oxana Lapteva 
Ryan Laracy 
Tiffany Larguinho 
Daniel Lariviere 
Kirk Larkin 
Joseph LaRochelle 
Leah Latham 
Jean Latina 
Laura LaTour 
Cynthia Lawrence 
Kimberly Lawson 
James Laycock 
Cameron Leach 
Stephanie Leahy 
John Leathern, III 
Amy Leavitt 
Amanda LeBlanc 
Andrew LeBlanc 
Kevin LeBlanc 
Renee LeBlanc 
Ryan LeBlanc 
Michael Leduc 
Peter Lee 
SeungJae Lee 
Keith Lefevre 
Danielle Leger 
Sandra Leger Silva 
Daniel Lehane 
Ryan Leite 
Melissa Lemanski 
Karrie Lennon 
Michelle Lennon 
Stephanie Lennon 
Paul LePage. Jr 
Lindsay Leroy 
Allison Letendre 
Jameson Letourneau 
James Leverone 
Caitlin Levins 
Ryan Levitre 
Rachel Levin 
Jeremy Lewis 
Matthew L'Heureux 
Xueyan Li 
Jennifer Liang 
Dawn Lima 
Jonathan Lima 
Mary Beth Lima 
Nicholas Lima 
Sandra Lima 
Paul Lindahl 



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WenTao Liu 
Maria Lois 
Donald Lon 
Jeffrey Long 
James Loonev 
Dennisa Lopes 
Jorge Lopes 
Julia Lopes 
Kyia Lopes 
Daniel Loughlm 
R Louis 
Debra Lowrey 
Brad Lubenau 
Kelly Lucas 
Steven Luciano 
Jason Lucier 
Christopher Lumping 
Enc Lundin 
Lisa Lusignan 
Nicole Luz 

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Beth MacDonaid 
Tern MacEachern 
Maroa Machado 
Richard Machnowski 
Devon Maclver 
Wendy MacKinnon 
Daniel MacLean 
Desiree MacLure 
John Macone 
Joanna MacPherson 
Christopher Madden 
Melissa Madru 
Jee- Young Maeng 
Jeffrey Magalhaes 
Tracy Magalhaes 
Wellington Magalhaes 
David Maggio 
Kenneth Magno, Jr. 
Josephine Mahedy 
Jason Maher 
Matthew Maher 
Amanda Mahoney 
Elyse Mahoney 
Michael Mahoney 
Fabiana Ma 



Kiietta 
Jacqueline Maillet 
Masiar Makkineiad 

I ii-ionado 
Lisa Malleti 
Erm Malloy 
Lynn Maloney 
Justin Manganaro 

lye Mangusing 

i lariso Manning 
Michael Marandola 
Erica Marcaurelle 
Daniel Marcianlle 
Michael Marcoux 
Sarah Margulies 
Michael Manani 
Kathleen Mann 
Amanda Marino 
Michael Marino. Ill 
Christy Marques 
Jason Marques 
Lourdes Marques 
Josh Marshall 
Michael Marshall 
Laura Martelly 
Jillian Martin 
Sarah Martin 
Tracey Martin 
Sudha Rani Marupudi 
Hitoshi Mamyama 
Eyad Marzuq 
Ryan Masiar 
Joshua Masters 
Jessica Mateus 
Christopher Mathurm 
Ruth Matias 
Andrew Matos 
Cara Matossian 
Aletha Matsis 
Lon Mattos 
Sandra Mauk 



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Brandon Mayer 
Matthew McAuliffe 
Kacey McCallum 
Kristin McCarthy 
Megan McCarthy 
Jonathan McCloskey 
William McCormack 
Alexander McCormick 
James McCracken 



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Sean McFariand 
Michelle McGowan 
Peter McGowan 
Erm McGrath 
David McGuire 
John Mclsaac 
Daniel McKmley 
Fonda McKnight 
Katie McLam 
Jayme McLaughlin 
Jessica McMenamin 
Emily McNamara 
Beth McNutt 
Cathy Medeiros 
Darleen Medeiros 
Dennis Medeiros 
Jessica Medeiros 
Korey Medeiros 
Stacey Medeiros 
Suzanne Medeiros 
Tanyia Medeiros 
Chitra Mehta 
Kao-Chi Mei 

Sameera Kum Melachen 
Amy Melanson 
Brian Mello 
Hollie Mello 
Peter Mello 
Michael Melo 
Soma Mendonca 
Victoria Mendonca 
Crystal Mendonsa 
Jody Mendoza 
Andrea Meola 
Lisa Menthew 
Alissa Messier 
Rhonda Messier 
Christine Metcalf 
Adam Metro 
Douglas Metz 
Knstina Mezzetti 
Donald Michaels 
Jennifer Michaiewich 
Jeannette Michaud 
Melanie Michaud 
Terese Michaud 
Vida Mikuzyte 
Angela Miller 
Charles Miller 
Nicholas Miller 



Asa Mintz 
Thomas Miranda 
Joseph Mirisola 
Colin Mitchell 
Nicholas Mitcheson 
Stefano Mitrano 
Lynn Moniz 
Marcus Monteiro 
Nilton Monteiro 
Wade Monteiro, Jr 
Shawn Monteverde 
Margaret Montminy 
Manuel Montrond 
Veena Moolani 
Athena Moore 
Erik Mora 
Paula Morel 
Nancy Morgado 
Jaclyn Morneau 
Knstina Moron 
Kerry Morris 
Gregory Morse 
Matthew Moseley 
Annmane Muchowski 
Erin Mullen 
Cheryl Mulligan 
Jessica Murgo 
Donna Murphy 
John Murphy 
Michael Murphy 
Sean Murphy 
Karen Murray 
Alisse Muscarella 



Kara Nadeau 
Dhrov Nag 
Sheetal Naik 
Sokthy Nan 
Jennifer Nardone 
Jessica Nardone 
Paul Necchj 
Liz Negron 
Meghan Neill 
Amanda Nelson 
Jonathan Nelson 
Stephanie Neuben 
Brent Newby 
David Newcomb 



Sing Chau Ng 
Tuyen Nguyen 
Scott Niemczura 
Joshua Nierodzmski 
Douglas Niles 
Bonnie Nimmo 
Christopher Nobles 
Patricia Nobrega 
Lisa Noe 
Mane Noel 
Christine Noenickx 
Jacob Nogueira 
Ernest Northardt 
Charles Norvish, III 
Joshua Nourly 
Sheryl Novak 
Scott Novick 
Jennifer Nunes 
Lisa Nunes 
Nuno Nunes 
Stephanie Nunes 
Harry Nunez 
Kal Nyer 
Lindsay Nygaard 



Daniel Obenst 
Michael O'Brien 
John O'Brien. Ill 
Adam Occaso 
Daniel O'Connell 
Cara O'Connor 
Casey O'Donnell 
Patrick Ogle 
Krystal O'Hara 
Tracy Olearczyk 
Courtney Oleson 
Lisa Ohveira 
Timothy Oliveira 
Neil Oliver 
Olusegun Olubanwo 
Olanike Onayemi 
Greta O'Neil 
Lindsay O'Neil 
Henry Openshaw, Jr. 
Rachel Orlowski 
Robert O'Rourke 
Marlene Ortins 
Consuela Ortiz 
Luis Orti2-Gonzalez 



Robert Ostrye. Jr 

Thomas Osuch 
Jennifer OToole 
Megan O'Toole 
Jennifer Outor 
Melissa Overson 
George Owen, III 



Jonathan Pacheco 

Rui Pacheco 
Susan Pacheco 
Michael Pacheco. Jr. 
Alyson Pacini 
Jason Packard 
Amy Page 
Joshua Paiva 
Kumaravel Palaniswamy 
Jennifer Palumbo 
Derek Pandolfo. Jr 
Jennifer Panzek 
Paula Paolino 
Kathryn Pape 
Sparsh Panmoo 
Amanda Parker 
Rachel Paronich 
Suresh Pasala 
Matthew Pasterczyk 
Nelia Pastens 
Michael Patacao 
Avee Patel 
Rini Patel 
Caroline Pavao 
Holly Pavao 
Melanie Pavao 
Jessica Payer 
Emily Pearsons 
Chris Pease 
Clifford Pedersen, Jr. 
Kelly Pedro 
Annie Pegg 
Tracy Penney 
Gregory Pennini 
Jamie Penny 
Maria Peppas 
Daniel Pereira 
Dianna Pereira 
Lisa Pereira 
Mikeline Pereira 
Danielle Pero 



Erm Perreira 
Sara Perroni 
Shannon Perry 
Dawn Peterson 
Jessica Peterson 
Joanna Pettey 
Katherine Pettis 
Kathryn Pimental 
Pnscilla Pimentel 
Amaryllis Pina 
Suzanne Pinhancos 
Chad Pinheiro 
Matthew Pinkos 
Audrey Pinto 
David Piperno 
Jessica Pires 
Amit Pisharody 
Jacob Piskura 
Michael Pittsley 
Jill Placzek 
Melissa Plunkett 
Michelle Pohl 
Jennifer Poirier 
Jessie Pokornicki Santos 
Donna Polleys 
Jarrod Polseno 
Linda Ponte 
Geoffrey Pontes 
Angela Poole 
Shara Porter 
Rashmi Prabhakar 
Kara Prachniak 
Madhavi Pragada 
Augusta Pratt 
Jeanne Prevost 
Andrew Prewitt 
Cortney Provini 
Jennifer Pugh 
Annmane Puleo 
Denis Pundik 



Zachary Raasch 
Erin Raftery 
Janelle Rahme 
Stephen Ramville 
Natasha Ramkissoo 
Jillyan Ramos 
Heather Randolph 
Philip Ransbottom 



Sandy Raposo 
Mark Rapoza 
Jennifer Rasch 
Phihp Rashkovetsky 
Matthew Rasmussen 
David Rastelh 
Kristen Raulino 
Elizabeth Ray 
Sourish Ray 
Jane Reardon 
Jonathan Reardon 
Megan Rebeiro 
Joanne Rebello 
Jodi Redd 
Patrick Reedy 
Jennifer Reeves 
Christopher Rego 
Sara Rego 
Sarah Rego 
Meagan Reilly 
Justin Reis 
Troy Renauld 
Kern Renoir 
Joseph Resendes, Jr. 
Stephanie Richard 
Christopher Richards 
Peter Richards 
Casey Ridge 
Brian Rivers 
Julie Roake 
Cathleen Robens 
Christopher Roberge 
E. Robert 
Alicia Roberto 
Jeremy Robidoux 
Katnna Robinson 
Melissa Robitaille 
Michael Rocha 
Cesar Rodas 
Matthew Rodgers 
Daniel Rodrigues 
Kathryn Rodrigues 
Michael Rodrigues 
Timothy Rodrigues 
Kyle Roger 
Katnna Roies 
William Rosa 
Markus Ross 
Jamie Rossi 
Amy Roy 
Jeremy Rudd 



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Keith Rudenauer 


Jared Sharp 


Heather Souza 


EnowTanjong 


Sara Turner 


Matthew Wall 


Justin Yaitanes 


Vanessa Ruelos 


Holly Sharpies 


John Souza 


Xiaoli Tao 


Erin Twomey 


Sandra Wallen 


Jeffrey Yancho 


Nikkole Ruley 


Lindsay Shaw 


Julianne Souza 


Jessica Tavares 




Brendan Walsh 


Cheng-Kang Yang 


Meagan Rundell 


Ammad Sheikh 


Melissa Souza 


Jillian Tavares 


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Kevin Walsh 


Guangjie Yang 


Jessica Rutkauskas 


James Shepard 


Sarah Souza 


Alexander Taylor 




Patrick Walsh 


Kun Yang 


Jonathan Ryan 


Justin Sherman 


Benjamin Spinale 


Douglas Taylor 


Brett Urquhart 


Sean Walsh 


Thomas Yannone 


lorie Ryan 


Stephanie Sherman 


Danielle Spink 


Elizabeth Taylor 




Amy Walters 


Michael Yashin 




William Shoesmith 


llya Spitkovsky 


Jon Taylor 


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Michael Ward 


Shashi KiraYellambhatla 


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Akhilesh Shrestha 


Christine Spooner 


Lance Tehan 




Tara Ward 


Marguerite Youngren 


Jean SaintCyr 


Emily Sievert 
Alexandre Silva 


Renee St. Laurent 
Stephen St. Laurent 


Beth Teixeira 
Debbie Teixeira 


Matthew Vaillancourt 
Jason Valente 


Florian Warstat 
Steffen Wassing 


Qm Yu 


Denys Sal3S 
Shannon Sale 
David Sambun 


Allison Silva 
Christine Silva 
Filipe Silva 


Elizabeth St. Martin 
Eric Steele 
Evelyn Steele 


Valdemeiro Teixeira 
Jessica Telo 
Robert Tenagha 


Rita Valerio 

Jose Valladares Pernas 

Joseph Valle 


Kevin Waterman 
Marisa Watroba 
Jacquelyn Webb 


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Nick Zadykovich 


Melissa Sances 


Lauren Silva 


Lauren Stencel 


Harry Terkanian 


Brandi-Leig Valles 


Emily Weisner 


Bruce Zapasnik 


Giabo Sanchies 
Lynne Santangelo 
Stephanie Santoro 


Leanne Silva 
Lmdsey Silva 
Maria Stlva 


Sara Sternberg 
Bryon Stevens 
Amanda Stickney 


James Terrasi 
Tore Terrasi 
Brad Thenaque 


Alejandro Valverde 
Jason Van Vaerenewyck 

Nancy Vanasse 


Kimberly Welsch 
Kevin Weng 
Knsten Wentworth 


Amy Zarrella 
Erik Zarrella 
Kai Zhang 


Cheryl Santos 


Monica Silva 


Elijah Stover 


Kyle Thibault 


Sarah Vandersall 


Laura Westcott 


Steven Zibkowskt 


Paul Santos 
Joana Santos-Reis 


Vasco Silva 
Jennifer Silvia 


Matthew Strafuss 
Brittany Strauch 


RossThibault 
Sheldon Thibodeau 


Mary-Elizabeth Vasconcellos 
Damien Vasconcelos 


Peter Wheeler 
Matthew Wheland 


Edward Zimmer 
Michael Zompa 


Salome Sanusi 


Jennifer Silvia 


Stephanie Strus 


Kerrin Thomas 


Tiffany Vassell 


Erin Whitaker 


Stefanie Zopatti 


Mandy Sardinha 


Joseph Simao 


Colleen Stulb 


Meredith Thompson 


Daniel Veillette 


Sherry White 


Jeannette Zurc 


Michelle Sardinha 


Jesse Simmons 


Bingyu Su 


Sangram Thorat 


Barbara Veneri 


Jennifer Whittaker 


Amy Zwirner 


Pamela Sardinha 


Kimberly Simone 


Pooja Sudheendra 


Jeffrey Thornton 


Andrea Ventola 


Scott Whittle 




Jeffrey Sargent 
Karen Sarmento 
Karen Sawicki 
Eric Scanlon 
Lisa Schmitt 
James Schuyler, III 
Thomas Schwinn 


Laura Sisca 
Ranjan Sitaula 
Daniel Skypeck 
Melanie Skypeck 
Sean Slattery 
Nicole Small 
Robin Smist 


Rhonda Suereth 
Erin Sullivan 
Lauren Sullivan 
Patrick Sullivan 
Patrick Sullivan 
Ryan Sullivan 
Oliver Surpless 


Yen Tieu 

Danielle Tinkham 
Colleen Tobm 
Matthew Tobolski 
Angela Todisco 
Justin Tonelli 
Trang Tong 


Nicole Verronneau 
Adelino Vicente 
Shivraj Vichare 
Kanittha Vichiansin 
Dolores Vieira 
Mary Vieira 
Sherry Vieira 
Susan Vieira 


Kristine Wilhelmsen 
Joslin Wilkerson 
Ashley Wilkinson 
Tracy Willard 
Aziza Williams 
Jonathan Williams 
Lori Williams 




Bradford Scott 


Emily Smith 


Ryan Surprenant 


Tracey Torres 


Shandu Williams 




Erica Scott 


Heather Smith 


Erika Svensson 


Mark Totolos 


Susan Vieira 


Alison Wingrove 




Jonathan Scully 


Ian Smith 


Shem Swainamer 


Christopher Trainor 


Andrew Vigeant 
Rosa Vinagre 
Shayla Vines 
Shane Vitorino 


Heidi Wojcik 




Leah Segrin 
Scon Seiter 
Kumt Sekiguchi 


Matthew Smith 
Sarah Smith 
Francis Smith. II 


Dana Swenson 
Michelle Sylvaria 
Katie Sylvester 


Paulo Traleira 
Hai Tran 
Kimberly Tran 


Katherme Wolcott 
Cynthia Wood 
Jeffrey Wood 




Christine Senay 
Miguel Senra 


Laurie Smith-Green 
Beatriz Soares 


Karen Sylvia 
Leanne Sylvia 


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Jennifer Viveiros 
Glenn Volkema 


Wendy Woods 
Nicole Woolley 




Laura Senst 


Bethany Soares 


Kristin Symes 


Mark Travis 


Robert Volpe 
George Voltatzis 
Peter Voorheis 
Mary Vrana 


Lauren Wrigley 




Junhyung Seo 
Robert Sevigny 
Mohammad Shabbir 
Hepzibah Shadrach 


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Valerie Sophos 
Meagan Sorensen 
Steven Sorrentino 


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Ryan Trepanier 
Beth-Ann Troia 
Susan Troy 


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Michael Sousa 
Priscilla Sousa 
Darcy Souza 


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Carl Turgeon 


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Scrimshaw Crew 
by: Jason Perry 

Great accomplishments are made 
only when one is strong in the following 
characteristics: reliability, dedication, 
communication, and creativity. In the 
case of the 2004-2005 Scrimshaw 
Crew, those characteristics were 
present in. all. 

Transforming a basic idea into what you 
hold in your hands at this very moment, 
the hard work ethic of the Scrimshaw 
Crew helped the creation of this book 
go without a hitch. With the crew 
having excellent talent in photography, 
design and writing, there wasn't 
anything that couldn't be accomplished. 



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Stefanie Zopatti 

[managing] 



Melinda Amaral 

[photo] 



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[design] 



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[business manager] 




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Collaborators 



Advisors 

David Chapman 

D Confar 

Jamie Jacquart 

Michael Mahoney 

Patty White 

Faculty & Students 

Godwin Ariguzo 

Annette Conrad 

Barbara Costa 

Shaun DaCuhna 

Jim Devine 

Jenny Granger 

Mary-Kate Kasper 

Chris Laib 

Elizabeth Martin 

Leanne Nyggard 

Nancy Lennon-Roubillard 

Josh Sadeck 

Ann Marie Valentino 

Organizations 

Office of Student Activities 

The Torch 

Campus Design 



Thank You 

by: Jason Perry 

A large part of the success of the 2004-2005 Scrimshaw 
Yearbook must be contributed to the help from many of 
the students, faculty and organizations of UMD. This year, 
many instances arose where the collaboration between 
the Scrimshaw Crew and an outside source was necessary 
in the production of the book. Whether it be a simple photo 
submission from a student or seeking guidance from an 
advisor, the Scrimshaw Crew would like to thank all who 
took the time and effort in contributing to the 2004-2005 
Scrimshaw Yearbook. 



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David Chapman 

[design] 



Patty White 




[advisors] 



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Doug Friesen 
Mark Thiessen 
Sandi Dyck 
Carey Kehler 

Davor 

Eileen Bergeris 
Gemma Lanzi 
Caren Orlick Korin 
Pam Petrashune 
Megan Thoman 




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[tech support] 



[sales manager] 



Joanne Buhr 

[customer service] 



Paul Friesen 

[yearbook consultant] 




Friesens' rep-less approach was just 
what our organization needed. With 
the skillful students and technology 
that the University has provided us, 
Friesens put more control in our hands 
by providing us with online proofing, 
online quote review and corrections, 
detailed documentation, and on the 



spot support. They were able 
to work within our budget and allow 
us the opportunity to try things that 
our organization has never been able 
to do. Thank you for all your help 
and support in the creation of our 
2004-2005 Publication! 



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The 2005 Scrimshaw, volume 84 
was produced from September 2004 
to June 2005 by a student staff at 
the University of Massachusetts 
Dartmouth and printed by Friesens in 
Altona, Manitoba. Paul Friesen served 
as our Friesens Yearbook Consultant. 

This book is printed on 100 pound 
recycled Friesen Envirolux paper. 
The press run for volume 44 of the 
Scrimshaw is 1700 copies. Books 
were mailed to the graduating class at 
no charge. Our budget for this book 
was approxi-mately $80,000, with the 
publishing and shipping costs running 
close to $50,000. 

Senior Portraits and graduation 
photos were taken by Davor 
Photography based in Bensalem, 
PA. Caren Orlick Korin was the 
photography representative. 

Our staff organized parent ads. Davor 
distributed information regarding the 



parent ads through Senior Portrait 
mailings. Our corporate ads were 
coordinated by: 

Paul Wimler 

of Educational Services Inc. 
2531 Briarcliff Rd., NE Suite 212 
Atlanta, GA 30329. 

Blueprints throughout the book 
were provided by Peter Gagnon, 
Resident Engineer, Admin 007. 

The cover was designed by 
Jennifer Liang and printed on OPP 
Matte paper provided by the 
Friesens Book Division. 

Copy fonts used are: 
Univers [Body Text], Neuropol, 
Daria, Gill Sans, and Cheers Type. 

All photography were obtained 
digitally using either a Cannon Rebel 
Digital EOS or Sony Cybershot F-717. 



Production took place on two Apple 
PowerMac G5 Dual 2Ghz computers 
running OS X, Adobe InDesign 2.02 
and Adobe Photoshop 7.0. 

The Scrimshaw has been the 
official yearbook of the University of 
Massachusetts Dartmouth, and its 
preceding Universities since 1922. 
The editorial views are of the student 
staff and not indicative of the views 
of the University. The content of this 
book does not reflect the opinions of 
the University of Massachusetts. 

Please address all inquiries to: 

Scrimshaw Yearbook 
285 Old Westport Road 
North Dartmouth, MA 02747 

scrimshaw@umassd.edu 



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