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2010 SCRIMSHAW 

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In Loving Memory: 
Edward Moore Kennedy 




This book is dedicated to the memory of Senator Edward 
M. Kennedy - whose legacy was only outweighed by 
the size of his ambition. He was a man for the people, 
dedicating his life to serving not only the state of Mas- 
sachusetts but the United States as a whole. 

When Senator Kennedy would speak the crowd 
immediately became quiet, listening carefully to his 
heartfelt and ruthless speeches. His voice seemed to 
carry for miles, increasing in volume as he became more 
passionate about the topic, his arms waving and his 
cheeks reddened - he was truly a site to behold. Never 
have I seen a person with so much conviction. Even after 
the death of all three of his brothers, Kennedy never 
complained about the hand that he was delt - he only 
seemed to look ahead to how he could help others less 
fortunate than himself. 



Nearly every person in the United States has Senator 
Kennedy to thank. His role in the passing of major laws 
is endless, spanning many different arenas and decades: 
immigration, cancer research, health insurance, dis- 
ability discrimination, AIDS care, civil rights, minimum 
wage, children's health insurance, education and 
volunteering - just to name a few. 

For this reason, we have dedicated this issue of the 
Scrimshaw Yearbook to Edward Moore Kennedy - a man 
who not only played a major role in the political realm, 
but also went the extra mile to ensure that our parents, 
children, grandchildren, and everyone in between 
had the right to be heard. Gone but never forgotten, 
Edward Moore Kennedy is and shall forever remain an 
inspirational example of determination and dedication 
at its best. 



* * The work goes on, the cause 
endures, the hope still lives and 
the dreams shall never die y 

Edward M. Kennedy 
12/22/1932 - 8/25/2008) 



t Jennifer Morse 
O Associated Press 



2010 SCRIMSHAW 

UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS DARTMOUTH 



UMass Dartmouth 




LETTER FROM THE 
EDITOR 



What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us 
— Ralph Waldo Emerson 



Four years at UMass Dartmouth - four years and 
thousands of different characters. Each of us characters 
brought something unique and different to the table, 
no two alike. Every individual had some impact on who 
we were, who we hoped to be, and how we lived our 
college lives. 

The Class of 2010 is made up of the creative, brilliant, 
crazy, questionable, shy, and funny people who made our 
experience at UMass Dartmouth one to be remembered. 
We won't remember the books or the papers but we will 
remember the laughter, the memories, and the bonds 
that we made while here. I can't even tell you right now 
what half of my classes here were about - but I can tell 
you that some of the best memories and some of my 
best friends are from here. 

Each morning I would receive a quirky text message - 
TFLN worthy I must say - have a coffee break to gossip, 
send a crazy email and receive one in return, and then 
crack down on the books. In my years at UMD I have 
learned many things, among them being: it's not just any 
coffee - it's a Chippi, Texas Roadhouse is the place to go 
if you want to throw stuff on the floor and not get yelled 
at, and DO NOT under ANY circumstances ask a Sodexo 
worker if they take credit cards (they will kill you.... 
allegedly). These everyday mundane things made up 
most of what was my experience at UMD, and you know 
what? I loved every bizarre and sometimes infuriating 
experience I had here - minus the semester of the car 
side mirror bandit. 



This is only the beginning. Our lives are like books, you 
control what gets written and the characters you meet 
along the way help shape who you are as a person and 
your day to day experiences. Think of this as your next 
chapter; new characters will be introduced, the plot will 
get more interesting, and you never know what's going 
to happen. 

Embrace the unknown, shoot for your dream, go for the 
gold, and more importantly do what you want. No one 
says that you have to know what you want to do with 
the next seventy years of your life - 1 certainly have no 
idea (although I hope it involves three new houses and 
Diddy's yacht). The next few years will in no way, shape, 
or form be a measurement of how we will succeed in 
our lives. It's a transition stage, where we find out what 
we really want to do with the next seventy years and 
who we will become in that time. 

We are the class of 2010; the only way now is up. We 
are characters and this is our story; so embrace life. 
When you have a choice - sing karaoke, go skydiving, 
buy a pet llama, go crazy. This is the one life we get, 
so live it and always stay true to what makes you the 
person in our storybooks because that's what makes 
YOU a character. 

So as the song goes, 

. . . It's something unpredictable but in the end it's right. 

I hope you had the time of your life. 

— Green Day 

Congrats Class of 2010! 

All the best in the next 70 years and beyond, 

Jennifer Morse 

Editor In Chief 



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campus Life 


32 


events 


62 


corsair pride 


86 


class of 2010 


136 


organizations 


152 


credits 



Some people come into your life and change it forever. 
The tears; the laughter; the early mornings; and the late 
nights. These are the things you'll never forget about 
your time at UMass Dartmouth because of the people 
you were with. 

The University has been a cultural cornucopia and a 
mixture of varying personalities. The experiences with 
those around you have been both unforgettable and 
knowledgeable. Whether you were up late cramming 
for finals or out at a party de-stressing, you always knew 
who had your back. 

The past few years have been about you, your friends, 
and the characters of UMass Dartmouth. Take that 
experience into the future and never forget the ones 
who you shared it with. 

UMass Dartmouth. Characters welcome. 



y* Courtney Nunes 



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CLASS OFFICERS 



president 



Brian Stanton, with the help of his vice president, 
was responsible for planning one of the most exciting, 
inexpensive Senior Weeks in UMD history - and to 
think he was almost never president. After Brian's initial 
attempt to become class President his freshman year, he 
mustered up the confidence to run again in the spring 
of 2009 and won the title of Senior Class President. 
Although Brian has only been president for one year 
he has made a large impact on the campus, and is well 
known by his peers along with faculty and staff 
atUMass Dartmouth. 

Brian, a finance major and philosophy minor, was 
a proud brother of Phi Kappa Theta and was their presi- 
dent in 2010. He had previously held the position of 
Vice President of Finance for the fraternity and was 
awarded New Member of the Year in 2009 as well as 
Brother of the Year in 2010. 

In addition to Phi Kappa Theta Fraternity, Brian was 
also an active member of the snowboarding club on 
campus. Brian was recognized for his accomplishments 
at the 201 Student Leadership Banquet where he was 
awarded Distinguished Service to the Student Body. 
Brian had taken a lot from his position as senior class 
President. He had learned to be more open-minded and 
to not be judgmental because everyone has something 
to new to offer or something to teach you. Brian felt 
privileged to be given the opportunity to have had such 
an effect of the senior class; he was able to ease their 
transition from college life to the working world, which 
is not an easy one. 



At the end of his college career, Brian was working as a 
financial advisor for New York Life but hoped to travel 
to each continent in the future. He aspired to learn to 
speak a second language fluently and also learn how to 
play the piano. 

Brian leaves the class of 2010 with the following 
advice: "Continue to put yourself out there. There are 
so many people with so much to teach you. Character 
is everything so find your principles and values and live 
by them." 



vice president 

The class of 201 0's Senior Week would not have been 
as successful if it wasn't for all the hard work of Vice 
President, Kelsey Barrows. Kelsey has held the position 
of Vice President for one year but has made a large 
impact during her time as an officer. 

In just one year Kelsey along with President Brian 
Stanton held a number of career nights including resume 
building and interview skills in order to better prepare 
their peers for the real world. She also helped raise 
over $8,000 for the senior class by holding bar night 
almost weekly. This fundraising lead to the most 
inexpensive, highest attended senior week in UMass 
Dartmouth history. 



Kelsey, a political science major, was also involved in 
Greek life in addition to being a class officer. Kelsey 
was a proud sister of Delta Pi Omega, a local sorority on 
campus, and had helda the position of Pylortes for the 
organization. 

In the future Kelsey hoped to move to Boston. At the 
end of her college career, Kelsey was working as 
an intern at Senator Mark Montigny's office, but aspired 
to work for a larger corporation in the future organiz- 
ing and planning events. She felt the position of Vice 
President has helped her learn a lot about planning large 
events and has prepared her for a doing these things 
in a future career. 

Kelsey leaves the class of 2010 with the following 
advice: "Life is too short to be anything but happy, 
so live it up." 



y Stephanie Buckley 
O AmyJoslin 



CAMPUS LIFE 




COLLEGE OF ARTS 
AND SCIENCES 



Dean 


Minors 


William Hogan 


African and African-American Studies 




Indie Studies 


Assistant Deans 


Judaic Studies 


Kevin Curow 


Pre-Law 


Karen Dixon 


Pre-Medical 




Religious Studies 


Undergraduate 


Women's Studies 


Biology 


African and African-American Studies 


Chemistry and Biochemistry 




Economics 


Undecided 


Education 


Arts and Sciences Undeclared (ASU) 


English 


Social Science 


Foreign Literature & Languages 


Humanities 


History 




Liberal Arts 




Mathematics 




Medical Laboratory Science 




Multidisciplinary Studies 




Philosophy 




Political Science 




Portuguese 




Psychology 




Sociology, Anthropology & Crime and Justice Studies 


Women's Studies 





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CHARLTON COLLEGE 
OF BUSINESS 




Dean 


Minors 


Susan West Engelkemeyer 


Accounting 




Finance 


Associate Dean 


Human Resources Management 


Susanne Scott 


Management Information Systems 


Garry Clayton 


Marketing 




Operations Management 


Undergraduate 


Business Administration 


Accounting 


International Business 


Finance 




Human Resources Management 


Graduate 


Management Information Systems 


Post-Baccalaureate Management Certificate Program 


Marketing 


Certificate in Accounting 


Operations Management 


Post-Masters Certificate Program 


General Business Administration 


MBA/JD Joint degree Program 




MBA (Master of Business Administration) 



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COLLEGE OF 
ENGINEERING 



Dean 

Robert E. Peck 

Associate Deans 

Tesfay Meressi 
Paul Calvert 

Undergraduate 

Civil Engineering 
Computer Engineering 
Computer Science 
Electrical Engineering 
Engineering Generic Classes 
Materials and Textiles 
Mechanical Engineering 
Physics 

Graduate 

Civil and Environmental Engineering 

Computer Engineering 

Computer Science 

Electrical Engineering 

Mechanical Engineering 

Physics 

Textile Chemistry 

Textile Technology 

Electrical Engineering 





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COLLEGE OF 
NURSING 



Dean 

James A. Fain 

Associate Dean 

Sharon Sousa 

Undergraduate 

Nursing (RN-BSN) 

Graduate 

Adult Health Nurse Practitioner 
Advanced Practice in Adult Health 
Community Nursing Advanced Practice 



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COLLEGE OF VISUAL 
AND PERFORMING ARTS 



Dean 


Certificate 


Adrian Tio 


Artisanry 




Fine Arts 


Assistant Dean 




Charlotte Hamlin 


Graduate 




Art Education 


Undergraduate 


Ceramics 


Art Education 


Digital Media 


Art History 


Drawing 


Ceramics 


Fibers 


Digital Media 


Graphic Design 


Graphic Design/Letter Form 


Illustration 


Illustration 


Jewelry/Metals 


Jewelry/Metals 


Painting 


Music 


Photography 


Painting/2D Studies 


Printmaking 


Photography 


Sculpture 


Sculpture/3D Studies 


Typography 


Textile Design/Fiber Arts 


Wood/Furniture Design 




2010 STUDENT LEADER 

matthew "clutch" hoyt 



What drives you to stand up and do something differ- 
ent? For what reasons do you forcibly remove yourself 
from bed to go to class and start your day? Besides the 
general idea that all students are here to attend school 
there is something unique within so many students that 
allows them to stand up and be heard. These people try 
new things, meet new people, and overall push the mul- 
titasking envelope. They try to make even a small differ- 
ence and impact another person's life in a positive way. 

Twenty-three year old senior, Matthew Hoyt, has shown 
that he is one of these individuals. He strives not for 
immaculate success or his own personal benefit in the 
work he does, but instead yearns to be a character in 
someone else's life and to one day meet someone and 
somehow, impact his or her life in someway. 

As a freshman Hoyt wanted solely to be an RA and pos- 
sibly pursue getting involved with Greek life on campus. 
Ultimately, it wasn't until sophomore year for Hoyt that 



his life changed dramatically. He became a brother of 
the Theta Delta Chi fraternity, and in joining the strong 
brotherhood, he started the path to becoming the amaz- 
ing man he is today. 

Meeting countless students and people around the 
UMass Dartmouth campus encouraged him to do more, 
to seek more responsibility and change. Hoyt then began 
to root himself in countless organizations on campus, 
not for the sheer number, but for the knowledge of what 
the members of those organization had to share. 

Always learning, Hoyt sought to maintain the strength 
of his own personal knowledge about topics and issues 
that concern him. He took pride in his work and encour- 
aged those around him to do the same. His various work 
ranged from being involved in the Greek Leadership 
Symposium, the Emerging Leadership Symposium, the 
Student Senate, MASSPIRG, Students Organized 
Against Poverty (SOAP), UMADD, SFAC, and of course 



Theta Delta Chi. He also served as a Peer Health Educa- 
tor, Student Trustee, and member of numerous other 
organizations. 

On top of keeping up with his Engineering major and mi- 
nor in Human Resources, Hoyt also functioned as Greek 
Coordinator, (which is a job usually designed for two 
people to handle). Contrary to what any normal college 
student with that work load would appear as, Hoyt rep- 
resented a growing group of individuals on this campus. 
He was most definitely a leader, a student who came to 
UMass Dartmouth with a clear idea of how his time here 
would progress, and having experienced all these oppor- 
tunities, is now left to dream about impacting the future. 

y* Amanda Fiorenza 
O Amy Bullock 



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NIGHTLIFE 

relieving college stress by 
partying with friends like 
Jack Daniels and Jim Beam 



At UMD, students studied long hours; some worked hard so 
that they could party hard. Thursday nights marked the start of 
the weekend festivities for many, whether that meant a few 
drinks with your friends or heading to single's night at Bar 908. 
For three days, exhausted students took a break from their 
books to kick back and spend some time relaxing with friends. 

Rose Alley Ale House, Hibernia's Pub, The Catwalk, and Fin's 
were just some of the destinations where students could 
always find a crowd ready to let loose and mingle. No matter 
where you were on a Thursday night in New Bedford, you 
were bound to run into some familiar faces. If you weren't 
dancing at 908, then you might have been catching the game 
at Catwalk or playing in the Beruit tourney at Rose Alley. The 
music roared and you could barely hear your own thoughts, 
but that just enhanced the atmosphere. 

After a few drinks, it was hard to tell the difference between 
those who had been friends for years and those who had just 
met. Everything seemed to be going smoothly until the bright 
lights signaling last call interrupted your fun. The night always 
seemed to be over too soon. 

Crowds of people poured out of the bars as students piled 
into cabs, making their way back to campus. These late nights 
often led into early mornings, as you reminisced about the 
events of the evening — but you slept in the next day and 
did it all over again. And if you were lucky enough, you may 
have left with some fond memories, new friends, or even the 
infamous Text From Last Night. 



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HOTSPOTS 

escaping the concrete walls for some fabulous 
food, shopping, and fun! 




When the stress of responsibility began to weigh heavily 
on the students of UMD, the want and desire to abandon 
the cluttered dorms and concrete classrooms increased. 
Fortunately, the surrounding area was thriving with fun 
and exciting hotspots to settle any anxiety brought on by 
too much homework. 

Though UMD was located in a suburban setting, Route 
6 was stacked with restaurants, shops and historical 
must-sees. Cheap and convenient favorites, such as 
Mirasol's — famous for the Chippi — made it an almost 
necessary to leave campus. Down the road, Not Your 
Average Joe's brought customers to the table with their 
delicious bread and cultivating decor; and Wasabi drew 
crowds with their fresh sushi and infamous scorpion 
bowls. 



For those willing to spend an extra ten minutes in the 
car, the city of New Bedford was only a short distance 
away and contained plenty of great places to visit. 
Antonio's, served up heaping portions of authentic 
Portuguese cuisine to the masses, while No Problemo 
had unbeatable Mexican grub in a warm and comfort- 
able setting. 

New Bedford also housed alternative options for shop- 
ping, such as Calico and Circa Vintage Wear; but the 
Dartmouth Mall was still perfect for those who did not 
wish to venture more than three minutes from campus. 
Chains such as American Eagle, Express, Victoria's 
Secret, Hot Topic, and Foot Locker catered to the influx 
of natives and students daily. 



Not all leisure had to do with shopping, however, the 
New England Whaling Museum had regular events and 
exhibits. While the Lizzie Borden house is Fall River 
served as a historical bed, breakfast, and museum. 

So if living in the freshman quad wasn't enough, spend- 
ing a night or two in the infamous house that spawned a 
bloody past would prove to be even more of a terrifying 
experience. 

Needless to say with so much surrounding the UMD 
campus, it was hard to imagine anyone going far when 
all the fun you needed was just a few minutes away. 

V* Amanda Fiorenza 
O Amy Bullock 



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EVENTS 




SCRIMSHAW 
BAR NIGHT 



Throughout the many semesters spent at UMass Dartmouth, 
students often face many challenges; but one of the biggest 
was probably learning to balance a heavy course load with 
other commitments and activities around campus. Some may 
have worked part time jobs, while others were busy with 
student organizations, Greek life, or athletics. But as the work 
piled up so did the stress, and when it did you may have found 
yourself muttering the following phrase: "I need a drink." 

On Thursday, February 25, the Scrimshaw yearbook helped 
students out with that demand, while benefiting from a bar 
night fundraiser held at Bar 908 located in downtown New 
Bedford. The UMD Scrimshaw Bar Night Fundraiser was a 
great opportunity for seniors to enjoy a few drinks and mingle 
with their fellow classmates, while also supporting the 
yearbook. 

Another packed shoulder to shoulder night at 908, the drinks 
came as quickly as people were downing them; but you didn't 
have to empty your wallet since the bar offered special drink 
prices for the night's fundraiser. 

With drinks in their system, people made their way to the 
dance floor to celebrate the night with the irresistible beat of 
the music. Socializing with new friends and catching up with a 
few old ones, allowed the stress of classes, clubs, and work to 
fade away, while the excitement and fun set in. 



' Courtney Nunes 
O Marissa Reilly 



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DIWALI NIGHT 

festival of lights 



Students gathered in the Main Auditorium and were met with 
colorful lights, traditional music and enthusiastic faces as 
UMD hosted its third annual Diwali Night in 2009. A tradition 
carried on for several years, Diwali Night was a festival of 
lights meant to educate UMD students about the rich Indian 
culture that is present on campus. The celebration is famous 
not only in India, but also many Hindu cultures. 

The holiday celebrates the return of Lord Raama to his 
kingdom after defeating the demon king. Upon Raama's 
return the people lit candles to celebrate. To this day, many 
light small clay lamps to signify the triumph of good over evil 
within themselves. Diwali is often translated into a more 
spiritual meaning, "the awareness of the inner light". 

The members of the Indian Student Association at UMD 
successfully crammed this five day festival into one fun 
packed night called Diwali Night. The performers and even 
many of the audience members were draped in beautiful 
clothing that made the stage sparkle like the night sky. 
Not only did the students of the Indian Student Association 
participate but also many faculty members and students 
from nearby universities. Classical Indian music filled the 
auditorium with over 400 guests in the audience. An Indian 
wedding ceremony with song and dance was one of the many 
things to be witnessed by all. 

The Indian Student Association then presented traditional 
Indian dance from all parts of India, and the night ended with 
a delicious Indian feast for all to try. The performances gave 
the audience the ability to gain insight of the culture that 
enriches so many students' lives on campus; and while Diwali 
Night was just a few fireworks short of the real thing it helped 
UMD students from India feel a little bit closer to home. 



y* Stephanie Buckley 
Ci Liz Friar 



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ROCK-A-WISH 



On Friday, March 26, 2010, Delta Pi Omega and Con- 
cert Tech teamed up with the Make-A-Wish Founda- 
tion to host the third annual Rock-A-Wish benefit con- 
cert. Bringing a variety of local bands to campus each 
year, Rock-A-Wish helps support the Massachusetts 
and Rhode Island foundation for terminally ill children. 

Three Bands, One Cause was the slogan printed 
across the familiar tickets, posters and banners that 
came around in the spring, covering the campus 
and raising awareness for the upcoming event. Walk- 
ing through the halls of each academic building you 
heard people reading aloud as they passed these 
flyers and then all began to ask the same questions: 
"What is Rock-A-Wish?" "Are you going to be there?" 
or "I know that band, but who are the other two?" 
Students began to spread the word and publicize the 
event right up to the start of the show. 



Finally, on the night of the show, crowds filed into the 
Main Auditorium of the Campus Center, scooping up all 
the closest seats and meeting up with their friends be- 
fore sitting down - but no one would be sitting for 
long as the bands had everybody up on their feet for 
most of the night. 

The loud murmurs of those within the auditorium 
bounced around the open space, making the room seem 
even larger than it actually was. Spotlights moved over 
the sea of guests making their way into the audience 
as the three bands to perform that night - Night Fevers, 
Just Surrender, and Big D and the Kids Table - got ready 
to take the stage. A short fifteen minutes after the mad 
rush of guests entered the auditorium Night Fevers 
kicked off the show. Each band entertaining the mas- 
sive group of people before them encouraged everyone 



to clap along with their songs and even to rush up to 
the stage and dance while music blasted through the 
speakers. Although some people were unfamiliar with 
the bands before the show, everyone in attendance thor- 
oughly enjoyed the experience of the show and left that 
night having enjoyed a night meant for a good cause. 



Amanda Fiorenza 



O Jennifer Toombs 



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HOMECOMING 

the road to royalty 



Each fall friends, family, faculty, and staff gather to 
watch the homecoming football game and to see who 
will be crowned UMD's next homecoming king and 
queen. In 2009, homecoming weekend doubled as 
family and friend's weekend, marking a special time to 
celebrate school spirit and to take part in the various 
activities. 

Along with family and friends, many alumni ventured 
back to UMD to witness the homecoming tradition they 
love so much one more time. Although the football game 
and halftime crowning were a large part of homecoming 
weekend, the festivities leading up to the game were 
what really drew the crowds. From pumpkin carving to 
Scavenger hunts there was always something fun and 
exciting to gather around and watch during this time. 

The winning team was the team that collected the most 
points during these events. Along with student organiza- 
tions such as Greek life, Student Senate, and 20 Cent 
Fiction, residence halls also formed their own homecom- 
ing teams and participated in the competition. The Cedar 



Dell South crew blew everyone out of the water with 
their chants, creative attire, and exciting entrance; how- 
ever, an exciting entrance wasn't enough to win the title. 

Hearts raced as the crowd waited to hear the results 
with anticipation, lota Delta Nu sorority's Caitlin Cooney 
and Jason Davis-Cooke of Chi Phi fraternity were named 
runners-up, and Corey Gaudreau of Theta Delta Chi fra- 
ternity and Laura Cabucio took the thrown as homecom- 
ing king and queen, continuing Theta Delta Chi's three 
year winning streak. 

Although, the Corsairs did not win the big game, the day 
was nothing short of success. Fans may not have left the 
turf field with a victory, but they certainly left with some 
great memories with family and friends. 




8 th annual aids benefit 

promoting aids awareness and prevention through the arts 



The Brothers of Sigma Phi Rho Fraternity, Inc. continued 
their tradition as they held the 8" 1 Annual AIDS Benefit 
Saturday. October 17 ,h . In an effort to promote AIDS 
awareness and prevention, groups danced, sang, and 
spoke their way through the philanthropic event. 

Guest speaker, Lonnie MacAdoo from the AIDS 
Action Committee spoke to a packed auditorium not only 
about how HIV is transmitted and its prevention, but also 
how to optimize the health of those already infected. 

While McAdoo provided the crowd with the information 
they needed about HIV/AIDS, host Uptown Kevin Brown, 
NBC's 30 Rock and former brother of Sigma Phi Rho, took 
care of the entertainment for the night with constant 
audience interaction between performances. 



As he kept the energy moving throughout the show with 
comedy that had the audience laughing out loud. Brown 
also warned everyone of the dangers of AIDS and the 
seriousness of the issue. 

Throughout the evening various acts such as vocals, 
raps, dance, and other forms of expressive art were 
performed, which involved different cultures. Some of 
the many performers included the UMD Dance Team, 
the Pan African Dance Team, Sigma lota Alpha and the 
Divine Sacred Word Gospel Choir, along with students 
such as Heather Lorrae, Jerrica Langrais, and Kerriann 
Virgo. 

Towards the end of the night, Sigma Phi Rho's step team 
closed the show with a performance on stage. The audi- 



ence was enlivened as the rest of the brothers jumped 
up onto the stage as music blared through the speakers. 
Comedian, Jason Andors (from Comedy Central, Com- 
micView, and Showcase at the Apollo) then gave the 
crowd a few more laughs before the much anticipated 
after party. 

It definitely put into perspective the consequences of 
one's actions, leaving everyone more informed about a 
major issue that affects our community. 





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THEATRE CO 
PRODUCTION 



"The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee," which was performed by 
the UMass Dartmouth Theatre Company April 22 through 25 in the Main 
Auditorium of the Campus Center, is mostly just that - a spelling bee. But 
with a cast of awkward and quirky adolescents competing against each 
other and infused with some mature humor, everyone left the show with 
more than just an increased vocabulary. 

The contestants spelled words as ridiculous as "crepuscule" and "lugubri- 
ous," but particular words triggered memories for the contestants. The 
lonely Olive Ostrovsky sang a love song to "My Friend, the Dictionary," the 
home-schooled Leaf Coneybear sang "I'm Not That Smart," while the na- 
sally afflicted William Barfee crowed about his secret weapon, "The Magic 
Foot." Logainne Schwarzandgrubenierre sang, "Woe Is Me" about trying 
to live up to the high expectations of her two dads. And last year's winner. 
Chip Tolentino, lamented the unfortunate effects of the onset of puberty. 

The actors invested enormous personality into their roles. Each character 
had time to show off his or her idiosyncrasies while waiting for a turn to 
spell. The song "Life Is Pandemonium," which originally involved some seat 
switching, became an exuberant game of musical chairs that exploded into 
chaotic choreography where everyone ultimately landed in exactly the right 
spot. In addition to the contestants, there were the so-called adults, former 
bee winner Rona Lisa Peretti, who was still reliving her moment of triumph; 
the slightly twisted vice principal Douglas Panch; and comfort counselor 
Mitch Mahoney, who was working through his parole by giving out juice 
boxes and hugs when the spellers were eliminated. 

"Spelling Bee" was a musical that appeals to a broad audience, offering 
jokes and asides appropriate for adults, as well as goofy physical humor. 
But, the show also touched on issues such as the pressure adolescents feel 
to be perfect and how many often believe they should never show failure, 
emotion or defeat. On the verge of puberty, these kids found life in the writ- 
ten word and a connection to the adult world that is beyond their reach. 



t Amanda Fiorenza 
ft Jennifer Toombs 



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MISS UMD 

the tradition continues as another girl 
steps into the royal spotlight 



On November 19, 2009 ten girls competed, all with one mission: to prove they 
had what it takes to be crowned the next Miss UMD. Hosted by Miss UMD 2008 
Valerie Barretto and Mr. UMD 2009 Alex Sinkus, the contest was based on stage 
presence, talent, formal wear and responses to questions related to life at UMass 
Dartmouth. 

The competition kicked off with its usual first act, "The Dance," where the con- 
testants competed by showing off their dancing skills to the audience and judges' 
panel, which consisted of Kathryn Gramling, Cathy Mello, David Milstone and 
Rennee Lopes-Pocknett. 

As the night began the girls were given a chance to make their first personal 
address to the audience and judges. The girls talked about themselves and their 
involvement on campus, following up with with a variety of performances during 
the talent portion of the show; showcasing their singing, dancing, tumbling, and 
even comedic timing. 

After the girls performed, they were then tested during a brief question and 
answer session and evaluated on their responses. Following the Q&A, the con- 
testants prepared for the formal wear portion of the show. The ten beauties were 
escorted across the stage showing off their stylish gowns. 



As musical guest Ryanhood played blissfully in the background, the girls smiled 
gracefully as they were greeted by their dates. Ruthie Bryan was escorted by 
Kevin Markie, Caty Sheils by Lance J. Bard, Patience Noah by Giscard Saintal, 
Lauren Berghman by Justin Sousa, and Chelsea Curcuru by Giuliano Basile. 
Then, Priscilla Entwi was escorted by Albert Roberson, Annika Oberg by Nick 
James Deininger, Sam Wonson by Matt Kelley, Cynthia Viveiros by Colin Fitzger- 
ald, and finally Becky Robichaud by Zac Talis. 

As the competition came to a close, Ryanhood was still heard playing quietly 
on stage right. The audience yelled out their favorite Miss UMD contestant's 
names loudly over each other in hopes of skewing the judges before silence fell 
as the time came to announce the winner. 

The contestants lined up across the stage and the audience picked back up with 
their shouts of support. The crowd burst into applause as Patience Noah was 
announced as Miss UMD 2009. Thanking everyone she graciously accepted the 
award, sash, and crown. 

With the University's new queen in place, the auditorium rejoiced and all par- 
ticipants left the stage proud to have been a part of UMD history. 



y* Amanda Fiorenza 
D Amy Bullock 



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BLACK HISTORY MONTH GALA 



The month of February marks the beginning of the 
celebration of Black History. During this time UMass 
Dartmouth came together to share in the history and 
journey of many African American heroes. The Campus 
Center projector's ran throughout the day playing images 
of many famous African American legends while busy 
students rushed to class or sat for a quick bite to eat. 
Those who sat for a small break saw such infamous 
individuals as Maya Angelo, Oprah, Langston Hughes 
and Martin Luther King Jr. 

On February 19, 2010 the Black History Month Gala 
commenced. Students and faculty gathered in the 
Woodland Commons for a night of historic learning and 
the added plus of cocktails and hors d'oeuvres. Guests 
entered the Gala in fancy attire and were immediately 
greeted by friends and faculty alike as they checked in. 
As the welcome speeches began the sea of individuals 
who gathered for the enlightening experience were able 
to enjoy a slideshow as they ate a delicious dinner. 

Guests were delighted and intently listening as the 
series of speakers discussed the importance of Black 
History Month and continuing to inspire progressive 
change. The presentations also touched upon President 
Barack Obama's new seat in office as the first black 
president of the United States as a symbol of the hard 
work and advancement African Americans have made 
throughout history. 



•* Amanda Fiorenza 
Q Nikki Broughton 




ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW 

spicing up your Halloween with a sexy treat. ..and some horrifying tricks 



Every Halloween the members of 20 Cent Fiction push 
new limits to get their audience hot and bothered with 
their production of the Rocky Horror Picture Show. Enter- 
ing the auditorium any viewers that have not seen the 
show before are marked with a V in lipstick on their 
forehead, labeling them a "Rocky Horror Virgin." 

The director Mandy Roach and co-director Evan Defvlar- 
zo then dragged the Rocky Horror Virgins to the stage to 
pop their Rocky Horror cherries! Let's hope your parents 
weren't in the audience because Evan and Mandy also 
asked the Virgins their favorite sex position. ..and that 
was all before the show had even started. 



If you could stomach the opening act of a large drag 
queen stripping, the blood, and the sex then you would 
definitely make it to the end to see who made it out of 
the Rocky Horror Picture Show alive. 

If you were a fan of the original Rocky Horror film 
you most likely loved 20 Cent's take on it. The actors 
performed the show in sync to a large production screen 
which played the movie behind them. The story revolved 
around an innocent couple corrupted upon entering a 
castle full of transvestites, dancing, and even murder. 



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The film was a parody of science fiction and horror, 
and although it teetered on the line of inappropriate, 
everyone in the audience had their eyes glued to the 
screen. 

With actors in the crowd screaming obstinacies, the 
music, and the known stop dancing, there was never 
a dull moment at the Rocky Horror Picture Show. UMD's 
take on Rocky Horror was always a sexy treat that was 
sure to spice up anyone's Halloween night. You may not 
have left scared, but you definitely left satisfied. 



+ Stephanie Buckley 
O Liz Friar 





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MRUMD 



The moment the music burst through the speakers, 
the audience erupted. The spotlights panned the 
auditorium, going along with the night's "Hollywood" 
theme and the Mr. UMD contestants ran down to the 
stage through the crowd's cheers. Four men would 
compete, but only one was named Mr. UMD 2010. 

Hosted by the reigning Ms. UMD Patience Noah and 
Mr. UMD 2009 Alex Sinkus, the competition was held on 
Wednesday, April 14 at 7 p.m. in the Main Auditorium 
of the Campus Center. Breaking it down on stage the 
guys got everyone ready for a fun night with a dance 
to a medley of popular songs. Each contestant then 
introduced themselves to the audience and talked about 
their interests and involvement on campus. 

Next came the talent portion. Ryan Murphy impressed 
the crowd by singing "Remembering Sunday" by All 
Time Low, while Brian McArdle performed his own 
rendition of a few different songs including "Replay" 
and "Break Your Heart." Aside from the musical talent, 
UMD also witnessed the impressive artistic abilities of 



junior, illustration major Kenneth Henry as he drew over 
10 animals in just a couple of minutes. Sophomore Tom 
Barry then had the crowd's eye as he juggled not only 
tennis balls, but also basketballs. 

Just when you thought it could not get any better, 
the men came out on stage sharply dressed in formal 
wear. They were then put on the spot for some Q&A 
concerning the university. As the judges voted on their 
final decision, the UMD dance team kept the show 
going. As soon as the dance team wrapped up their 
performance, the anxious contestants came out on stage 
to await the results. 

And finally the moment came to announce the winner. 
Mr. UMD 2010 was. . . Brian McArdle. Students were on 
their feet as McArdle received his crown, and for one 
more year UMD had named its king. 



" Courtney Nunes 
O Amy Joslin 




SPRINGFEST 



SENIOR WEEK 



After all exams and papers, the seniors watched all their 
friends pack up and move home while they prepared for 
a week of craziness to say the least. This year's senior week 
started off with a hoe down in the Campus Center and 
a toast from our Chancellor Jean McCormack. The toast 
was followed by three of the senior's favorite things BBQ, 
Brews and karaoke. 

The following night everyone got glammed up for a night 
of luxury at the Viking Hotel in Newport, Rhode Island. 
After filling their tummies with a lobster dinner prepared 
by a gourmet chef, the seniors of 201 broke it down to the 
year's greatest hits. 



The seniors spent a day in Boston starting on Newbury 
Street and later had dinner at Faneuil Hall. The day ended 
with a Bar Crawl at some of Boston's hot spots such 
as Sissy K's and The Black Rose. If you were lucky to be in 
the right place at the right time you might have been 
able to sumo wrestle or even catch a peak at Bruins' goalie, 
Tuukka Rask. 

One may have worried about 300 students roaming around 
Boston, but you could spot them from a mile away with 
their bright yellow Senior Week shirts, and even if they had 
wondered off, someone could return them home with "if lost 
please return to UMass Dartmouth" written on their backs. 



If you didn't blow all your money in Boston, the next day's 
trip was to Foxwoods Resort and Casino. The day was 
full of poker, blackjack and bets; and if you had enough 
will power to walk away from the slots maybe even some 
shopping and dancing. 

The final day before graduation was spent lounging in 
the sun at Horseneck Beach followed by the last call at the 
Cat Walk in New Bedford. Seniors were joined by alum 
and other undergrads to celebrate their accomplishments. 
As they walked out of the bars and onto the buses, many 
wondered where their lives would take them from here - or 
if they'd be able to wake up for graduation in the morning. 



t Stephanie Buckley 
n Marissa Reilly 










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GREEK STUDENT PROFILE 



Marcus Smolic wasn't a part of Greek life long, but 
he sure made a large impact on the Greek community. 
Marcus served as the President of Zeta Lambda Chi, 
the latest Greek organization on campus as of 2010. 
Zeta Lambda Chi is a Co-ed Fraternity that was founded 
in 2009 by Marcus along with UMD alumni, Matt Dias. 
A double major in accounting and finance, Marcus 
managed to find time to tutor students in math and hold 
various other leadership positions on campus. 

As President of the fraternity, Marcus made strides 
getting Greek life more involved with the campus 
community. Marcus planned and executed the first 
ever Winterfest, transforming the Campus Center into 
a winter wonderland. Large ornaments, Christmas 
tress, stockings, menorahs and other holiday decorations 
filled the Campus Center with holiday cheer. This 
was just one of Marcus' attempts to give Greek life 
a better image at UMD. 



Marcus' goals were to get the Greek community more 
involved with SAIL activities, in hopes that it would give 
the Greeks a more positive image on campus. Marcus' 
aspirations not only were to enrich the experience of 
Greek students, but that of all students. His hopes were 
that events like these would get students out of the 
dorm to attend scheduled events on campus. Another 
event that Marcus helped run with help from other 
members of Zeta Lambda Chi, was a poker tournament 
put on in part by the SAIL office. The poker tournament 
was scheduled with a number of other events on a given 
Thursday night. This gave the student incentive to come 
to the events and the luxury of having the option of what 
events to choose. 



In addition to being President of Zeta Lambda Chi, 
Marcus also held many other leadership positions on 
campus. Marcus was a member of the Charlton College 
of Business Student Advisory Board and a member of 
the honors program at UMD. During the summer break, 
he spent his time working as a camp counselor and a life 
guard. Planning to work in consulting and finance after 
graduation, Marcus also hoped to eventually go back to 
school for his masters degree. A true asset to the UMD 
community, Marcus proved that being a part of Greek 
life was about more than just wearing the letters; it was 
about giving back to others and bringing people together. 



S Stephanie Buckley 
O Marcus Smolic 



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GREEK WEEK 



Greek week marked the beginning to an amazing five- 
day period of pure shenanigans. Greeks from every 
organization were invited to partake in intense, yet 
friendly competitive activities for a weeklong duration 
from April 19-23. Every activity generated a certain 
number of points, and at the end of the week the Greek 
coordinator counted each organizations accumulated 
points to declare a winner. 

Festivities kicked off with the start of Greek Assassins. 
This game continued all week long during the other 
events, and essentially was a giant game of tag. 
The only difference was instead of the targets being 
at random Greeks were assigned other Greeks to 
'assassinate'. 

Monday, April 19 was the Greek Amazing Race, 
where each organization was paired with another 
organization to compete in a large race which entails 
a Wheelbarrow race, Chimp race, a Dizzy Bat and 
Hula Hoop competition, a surprise Crab Walk, a brief 
game of Leap frog, the dreaded Balloon walk and 
finally ending with a Pie Eating Contest. Later that day 
there also was a dodgeball tournament followed by 
a concluding dance competition. 

The next day was just as rigorous with a game 
of flag football and a powderpuff game occurring 
simultaneously. Again each organization was 
paired up, sorority with sorority for the powderpuff 
game and fraternity with fraternity for the flag football 
game. While the athletic Greeks fought for the 
winning points outside on the quad grass, a video game 
war raged inside the Campus Center. As the more 
technology efficient Greeks played against each other 
Rock Band or Super Smash Brothers. 



Wednesday, the kickball commenced, which was the 
end of the athletic activities for the week. At the end 
of Greek Week, a slide show of photos and videos was 
presented of all the participants who took part in the 
week's events. It detailed the adventures and other side 
events that took place alongside the major activities, 
a talent show, egg toss, small games played while the 
others practiced or prepared for a major even to begin. 
It was an amazing way to end an amazing week. And 
after all the points were tabulated it was clear that lota 
Delta Nu and Theta Delta Chi were to hand down their 
title as the winners of Greek week to the lovely ladies of 
Phi Sigma Sigma. 



t Amanda Fiorenza 
Q AmyJoslin 




CORSAIR PRIDE 






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FIELD HOCKEY 





Head Coach 




Nicole Castonguay 




Assistant Coaches 




Temple Mitchell 




Michael Pallister 




Captains 




Laurie David 




Seana Golden 




Danielle Nelson 




Kylie Treat 




Roster 


01 


Danielle Nelson 


02 


Stephanie Kinchla 


04 


Erica Allan 


05 


Laurie David 


06 


Becca Festinger 


07 


Natalie Brown 


08 


Kellie Ann Finn 


09 


Michaela Jonston 


10 


Denise Gates 


12 


Jackie Anderson 


14 


Kate Dorrance 


15 


Kylie Treat 


16 


Abby Zarotny 


18 


Devan DePhillips 


19 


Eleanor Taylor 


20 


Taryn Cardiel 


21 


Kristen Walsh 


22 


Maille Lynch-Gilbert 


23 


Linee Mello-Frost 


31 


Seana Golden 





ICE HOCKEY 



Head Coach 








John Roll i 








Assistant Coach 








Ken Gouveia 








Assistant Coach 








Shaun Tavares 








Captain 








Matt Serino 








Assistant Captain 








Paul Moran 








Roster 








Collin Tracy 


1 


Mike Grzelcyk 


22 


Justin Pye 


2 


Andrew Pontes 


23 


Mickey Dudley 


3 


Joe Hill 


24 


Adam Horgan 


4 


Patrick Colclough 


25 


Graeme Bourne 


5 


Paul Graham 


26 


Paul Moran 


6 


William Colclough 


27 


Jason Stahl 


8 


Matt Serino 


28 


Aaron Blades 


9 


Ricky Miller 


29 


Todd Bartelson 


11 


Nate Eagan 


30 


Dave McDonald 


12 


Jonathan Morrow 


31 


Phil Bronner 


13 


Jon Dryjowicz-Burek 


32 


Rob Dudley 


14 






Shawn Manning 


15 






Nick Marquis 


16 






Giancarlo Capodanno 


17 






Matt Berard 


19 






Kyle Haas 


20 


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jnes 


Mike Owens 


21 


Robert Tierney 



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FOOTBALL 



Head Coach 

Mark Robichaud 

Captains 

Marc Fiore 
John Kelly 
George Vasiliadis 
Jarred Wallace 

Assistant Coaches 

Steve Faniel 
Jim Lanagan 
Fred Lima 
Tim McCarthy 
Charlie Paine 
Jon Perry 
John Regan 
Ryan Struthers 
Josh Sylvester 



Roster 

01 James Green 

02 Ricardo Pierre-Louis 

04 Josh Marsh 

05 Darrien Furr 

08 Brendan McNeish 

10 Eric Pacy 

1 1 Blake Brown 

12 Luke Poirier 
Chris Pinheiro 
Joe Luiz 
Marc Fiore 
Bret Reid 
Billy Thibodeau 
Adam Houghton 



20 Hymlaire Lamisere 

21 Edgar Osols 

22 John McNeil 

23 James Moore 

25 Rolando Andrade 

28 Paul Connor 

29 Lonnie Page 

30 Corey Arenz 

31 Michael Dean 

32 Steven Trudeau 

33 David Manory 

34 Matt Brune 

35 John Cordasco 

36 Chavin Fagan 



37 Shyam Subramanian 

38 Tucker Devine 

39 Shawn Manning 

40 Jon Sullivan 

41 Steve Hodgetts 

42 John Kelly 

43 Edwin Sustache 

44 Nick Hiou 

45 Steve Kent 

47 Romario Berneche 

48 Patrick Powers 

49 Soroth Penn 

50 Jonathan Wojtowicz 

51 Justin Perry 




52 Mike Fraser 

53 Jarrod Wallace 

54 Julio Canizales 

55 Jamie Brooks 

56 Jack Brown 

57 Tom Carten 

58 Jason Allen 

59 Kevin Baroni 

60 William Cardello 

62 Garvens Florus 

63 Jeff Sacco 

64 Greg Porcaro 

65 James Smith 

66 Lenny Dortch 



67 Luidgi Heriveau 

68 Dan Wendt 

70 Robert Yarbrough 

71 Jake Walsh 

72 Ryan Griffin 

74 MikeTrant 

75 Tyler Kramer 

76 Matt Georgianna 

77 Anthony Holloway 
79 Paul Daddario 

81 Alan Williams 

82 George Vasiliadis 
Kevin Bettencourt 
Tyler Lindberg 



83 



85 Jon Markow 

86 Martin Armitage 

87 Drew Coveney 

88 Mike Ortier . 

90 Mike Castro 

91 ChuksAduba 

92 James Leighton 

93 Kevin Addo 

94 Nick Manganello 

95 Ben Mitsmenn 

96 Jerry Oliver 

97 Brenton Medeiros 

98 Jimmy Smith 

99 Mynor Chacon 



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CHEERLEADING 



Head Coach 

Scott Bouchard 

Assistant Coach 

Michael Brady 
Amanda Theberge 

Roster 

Katelyn Amico 

Amoura Chamberlain 

Aze Che 

Jenna Cloutier 

Brianna Colleran 

Christt Distefano 

Colleen Dwyer 

Sam Egolf 

AllieFeldman 

Kristina Hammond 

Jessica Holske 

Alyssa Hosford 

Chelsea Lees 

Kelly McGrory 

Meghan Motherway 

Kori Power 

Rebecca Robichard 

Rachel Vespa 

Bethany Vezina 

Meghan Westlund 

Ashley Wright 



S Courtney Nunes 
f| Robert Tierney 



66 I 67 




women s 

Head Coach 

Ralph Perry 

Captains 

Melissa Caulkins 
Amy Lopes 

Roster 

Amy Bullock 
Sandra Cardoso 
Melissa Caulkins 
Blair Dalrymple 
Liz Girczyc 
Kelsey Grossman 
Daniela Joggi 
Juliet Levangie 
Amy Lopes 
Courtney Morey 
Ekaterine Tzavaras 
Amber Ubertini JR 



TENNIS 



nriGn s 

Head Coach 

Tom Mendell 

Captain 

Ken Sims 

Roster 

Robert Berg 

Nick Bertrand 

Nolan Blier 

Trevor Blier 

AlexCiampi 

Mike Fink 

Mike Giaquinto 

Steve Leavitt 

Brian Lui 

Joe Matrisciano 

Mike Parker 

Ken Sims 

Fabian Tarek 

Cody Zygmont 

y* Courtney Nunes 
Q Photographies 




SOCCER 



men s 





Head Coach 








Henry Almeida 








Assistant Coach 








Frank Cunha 








Brian Medeiros 








Captains 








Alex Bettencourt 








Matt Correia 








Jared Goldstein 








Roster 









Mike Phelan 


19 


Zach Banas 


00 


Kellen Rauch 


20 


Anthony dos Santos 


01 


Jon Doucette 


21 


Brady Paradis 


02 


Ronald Beaudoin 


22 


Chris Donovan 


03 


Giuliano Basile 


23 


Chaz Dupuis 


04 


Ebenezer Vicente 


24 


Matt Orsini 


05 


Alex Bettencourt 


26 


Andrew Eggleston 


06 


Sebastian Cordoba 


27 


Byron Andrade 


07 


Michael Alves 






08 


Jarred Goldstein 






09 


Matt Correia 






10 


Jason Couto 






11 


Kyle Lopes 






12 


Paul Beaulieu 






13 


Mike Dunleavy 






14 


Jacob Borges 






15 


Robert Muller 






17 


Casey Gomes 






18 


Bruno Araguo 







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O Photographies 








women s 

Head Coach 

Carla DeSantis 

Assistant Coach 

Elise McLear 
Dean Williams 

Captains 

Karla Ellis 
Caitlin McCleary 

Roster 

Jen Warren 00 

Tanya Braga 01 

Kelsey Boothby 03 

Kerri Dawson 04 

Nicole Hoffman 05 

Katie Doherty 06 

Ashley Nolan 07 

eanette Fuller 08 

Allison Carver 09 

Katelyn Tsonis 10 

Cristal Peixoto 

Jamie Ledin 12 

Karla Ellis 13 

Lauren Skelly 14 

Caitlin McCleary 15 

Kristen Soares 

Shannon Rhinehart 

Stephanie Clark 

Amy Carchedi 24 

Michaela Blackham 27 



70 I 71 



VOLLEYBALL 



Head Coach 

Steve DeRossi 

Assistant Coach 

Lauren Daly 
Walter Gouveia 

Captains 

Jackie Davis 
Eleni Tsaparaksi 
Aly Zagame 

Roster 

01 Caitlyn Riley 

02 Allie Mastrocola 

03 Shannon Brodie 

04 Stacey Miner 

05 Amanda Langfield 

06 Aly Zagame 

07 Taylor O'Connor 

08 Nicole St. Onge 

09 Eleni Tsaparakis 

10 Jessica Goncalves 

11 Amanda Micco 

12 Kaitlin Hogan 

13 Jaclyn Davis 

14 Cami Ascher 

15 Katie Amalfi 

16 Lauren Safioleas 

17 AnnStaulo 

18 Liandra Pellegrini 



y Courtney Nunes 

O Jen Costa & Jennifer Toombs 




EQUESTRIAN 




Head Coach 

Meredith Arden 

Assistant Coach 

Merideth Milliner 

Roster 

Samantha Alfred 

Sharon Amaral 

Olivia Campbell 

Lindsey Champa 

Megan Clark 

Kerin Devine 

Katharine Donohue 

Arianna Drane 

Katelyn Dudley 

Shayla Fielder 

Raisa Herrera 

Adelaide Hopkins 

Amy Joslin 

Sadie Lapierre 

Laura Macumber 

Amy Mason 

Kaityln Piela 

Jessica Rice 

Alanna Therrien 

Laura Yoon 



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BASKETBALL 





men s 






Head Coach 






Brian Baptiste 






Assistant Coaches 






Len Desautels 






Ed Rodrigues 






Nick Correia 






Sean Floyd 






Captains 






V.J. Divine 






Brandon Stephens 






Brandon Shelton 






Roster 




11 


Paul Rose 




12 


John Kanarski 




20 


Alex Klepadlo 




24 


Tyler Turtoro 




25 


Steve Ramos 




31 


Kyle Yeadon 




32 


Brandon Stephens 




33 


Brandon Shelton 




34 


Greg Colarusso 




44 


V.J. Divine 




50 


Lance Greene 


y* Courtney Nunes 


51 


Matt Clifford 


O Photographies 



women s 

Head Coach 

Amanda Van Voorhis 

Assistant Coach 

Rob Johnson 

Captains 

MaddyMalloy 

Kaylin Nelson 

Tashauna Ashmeade 



Roster 

Felicishia Holmes 3 

Shannon Singletary 4 

Jessica Howlett 5 

Nicole Marotta 10 

Stephanie Houtman 11 

Madison Malloy 12 

Lynley DeAmato 13 

Beatrice Atkinson 21 

Kaylin Nelson 23 

Tashauna Ashmeade 24 

Colleen Moriarty 33 




CROSS COUNTRY 



men s 

Head Coach 

Jon Hird 

Assistant Coach 

Deon Barrett 

Captain 

Derek Stevens 

Roster 

Sam Benoit 
Steve Burke 
David Buschini 
Joe Collins 
Kevin Cordaro 
Jeremy Francisco 
Kevin Gilmore 
Wes Meserve 
Eric Nygaard 
Nick Santoro 
Ryan Sechovicz 
Brad Spooner 
Derek Stevens 
Tim Whelan 



y Courtney Nunes 

Photographies 





women s 



Head Coach 

Jon Hird 

Assistant Coach 

Deon Barrett 

Captain 

Jess Carpenter 

Roster 

Meghan Bohigian 

Jessica Carpenter 

Stacey Dybel 

Katie Galindo 

Rachael Kasanoff 

Rachel Leblanc 

Caitlin McGarigal 

Tessa McGrail 

Emily Migre 

Megan Oliveira 

Courtney Testa 



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women s 



Head Coach 

Steve Gardiner 



TRACK 



men s 

Head Coach 

Steve Gardiner 



Assistant Coaches 

Jon Hird 
Jameson Barber 

Captains 

Jessica Carpenter 

Linee Mello-Frost 

Briley Morrill 

Roster 

Jenny Bien-Aime 

Meaghan Bohigian 

Brittney Carbone 

Jess Carpenter 

Brittany Cole 

Trillian Conti 

Morgan Cooper 

Meredith Drake 

Stacey Dybel 

Natalia Froias 

Katherine Galindo 

Jermai Harrison 

Rachael Kasanoff 

Kristina Lundquist 

Caitlin McGarigal 

Tess McGrail 

Linee Mello-Frost 

Emily Migre 

Briley Morrill 

Alyssa Mpelkas 

Patience Noah 

Megan Oliveira 

Shannon Singletary 

Kimberly Urena 

Jillian VanNess 

Jamie Zizza 





Assistant Coaches 

Jon Hird 
Jameson Barber 

Captains 

Matthew Lemanski 
Timothy Whelan 
Jeffery Beal 

Roster 

Thomas Barry 
Jeffrey Beal 
Jonathan Bettencourt 
Steve Burke 
Scott Connolly 
Kevin Cordeiro 
Nick Deininger 
Zachary DiSalvo 
Matthew Ford 
Kevin Gilmore 
Christopher Harney 
JT Harold 
Brian Hopkins 
Justin Horr 
Jeremiah Ihle 
Steve Kent 
Nicolay Kolev 
Jon Larcom 
James Lattari 
James Leighton 
Matt Lemanski 
Kevin Markie 



Brian McArdle 
Shawn McCabe 
Wes Meserve 
Kaylin Miranda 
James Morgan 
Johnson Nguyen 
James Nichols 
Charles Nyamekye 
Eric Nygaard 
Jesse Perrin 
Nicholas Santoro 
Corey Sleep 
Darius Smith 
Thomas Spencer 
Daniel Sperrazza 
Derek Stevens 
Mitchell Tetreault 
Tim Whelan 
Marcus Williams 
Brendon Wilson 
Robert Yarbough 



y* Courtney Nunes 
CI Robert Tierney 



women s 

Head Coach 

Jerry Jennings 

Assistant Coaches 

Katie Allen 

Carlina Ferreira 

Jill Howard 

Captains 

Colleen Allen 

Liz Stapleton 

Allison Trearchis 

Andrea Russo 

Roster 

Andrea Russo 

Samantha Wonson 

Olivia Mclntyre 

Allison Trearchis 

Larissa Basque 

Allison O'Rourke 

Brittney Enos 

Selina Houghton 

1 Casey Otovic 

Brittany Partridge 

Liz Miller 

Erin Carnovale 

Gillian Carey 

Colleen Allen 

Heather Masse 

Morgan Walker 

Andrea Lewis 

Liz Stapleton 

Angelina Donovan 



LACROSSE 






men s 








Head Coach 








Kevin Mahoney 








Assistant Coaches 








Jeff Feroce 








Brad Wilson 








Captains 








Austin Savoie 








Andrew Foster 








Robinson Douglas 








Roster 






1 


Nick Campbell 


24 


Braddock Bell 


2 


Brendon Dalton 


25 


Tarek Donnelly 


3 


Stephen Espinola 


26 


Paul Nunes 


4 


Emerson Rutowski 


27 


Nick Dittman 


5 


Ryan Holbrook 


28 


Bobby Smith 


6 


Austin Ray 


29 


Andrew Foster 


7 


Cameron Crown 


30 


David Ahlquist 


8 


Alex Reposa 


31 


Charles Spencer 


9 


Mohammad Alkhafaji 


32 


Alex Cirone 


11 


Steve Mahon 


33 


Eric Kulpa 


12 


Robinson Douglas 


34 


Andrew Weaver 


13 


Larry Gilvarg 


35 


Ian Murphy 


14 


Austin Savoie 


42 


Aaron Barlow 


15 


Michael Lynch 






16 


Eric Hubbard 






17 


Paul Hanna 






18 


Peter Foley 






19 


Cody Santor 






20 


Christian Roberto 






21 


Terence Dineen 






22 


Josh Arsenault 






23 


Alex Parks 







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SOFTBALL 



Head Coach 

Kelly Roy-Sale 

Assistant Coaches 

Pam Bailey Decastro 
Ken Fonseca 
Donna Poyant 

Captains 

Emily Surprenant 
Michelle Conway 

Roster 

Elizabeth Mulready 
Emily Surprenant 
Colleen Schmidt 
Michelle Conway 
Desiree Sousa 
Hannah Rounds 
Bethany Berube 
Brittany Eldridge 
Taylor Ham 
Kaitlin Hogan 
Alyssa Hosford 
Diane Barry 
Samantha Howarth 
Breanna Marcyoniak 
Tracie Calvert 



S Courtney Nunes 
CM Robert Tierney 



BASEBALL 



Head Coach 

Bob Curran 

Assistant Coaches 

Joe Macchi 
Kurt Dreher 
Eric Alberto 

Captains 

Tom Ladore 

Jeff Macchi 

Adam Gustafson 

Roster 

Ryan McDermott 

Karney Boff 

Steve Lajoie 

Andrew Candon 

Chris Contre 

Dan DeMello 

Sean Vieira 

Anthony Fiorita 

Tom LaDore 

Matt Ryan 

John Granahan 

Adam Gustafson 

Kyle Merrill 

Nick Fuller 

Tim Phillips 

Ryan Levesque 

Brian Pedrotti 

Jeff Macchi 

Greg Fredette 

Shane Campbell 

Matt Worden 

Pat Lavey 




Nial Mitchell 33 

Aaron Brunette 34 

Tom Morris 35 

Mike St. Martin 36 

Tom Wycislak 42 

Sal Serio 45 

Brandon Gorges 52 

Zak Talis 55 




SWIMMING AND DIVING 



t/MASS OAR 



1 SWIMWWO € 







men s 

Head Coach 

Cathy Motta 

Assistant Coaches 

Kyle Black 
Jerry Jennings 
Dave Schneeweis 

Captains 

Andrew Adams 
Steve Szarek 

Roster 

Andrew Adams 
David Adams 
Miguel Almeida 
Chris Avery 
Andrew Cefalu 
Kurt Chlebek 
Joe Cugini 
Chris Currier 
Justin Damaso 
Andrew Dibenedetto 
Matthew Fahey 
Andrew Haughey 
Craig Johnson 
Joe Krzystofik 
Matt Lincoln 
David Lyons 
Steve Madden 
NickPoliseno 
Owen Rego 
Bryan Riddick 
Tom Silva 
Steve Szarek 



women s 

Head Coach 

Cathy Motta 

Assistant Coaches 

Kyle Black 

Jerry Jennings 

Dave Schneeweis 

Captain 

Kaitlyn Kewriga 

Roster 

Amanda Beahn 

Natalie Brochu 

Kelly Channell 

Brittany Dupuis 

Michelle Favulli 

Colleen Foley 

Kathleen Foley 

Jennifer Hines 

Kaitlyn Kewriga 

Lindsay Little 

Kimberly Moore 

Michelle Pound 

Christine Pryme 

Katie Rolfs 

Lisa Sands 

Danielle Sanko 

Lauren Sardella 

Caitlin Sheils 

GinaZanarini 



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SENIOR 
PORTRAITS 





Paige Abreau 
NUR-BS 



Daniah Al Jawini 
MBA 









Jochelle Almeron 
MLS-BS 



Joshua Altobelli 
VIDI-BFA 



Alessandra Altovino 
PSY-BA 




Emily Alves 
BIOLOGY 






Jecheima Andrade 
HRM-BS 



Meaghan Andre 
BIO-BS 





Israel Anifowose 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



Yemi Arunsi 

MEDICAL LABORATORY SCIENCE 






Alexandre Andre-Bettencourt 
OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT 






Jennifer Barbosa 

BS HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 



Lance Bard 
NUR-BS 




Kayla Barlow 
ENGLISH 






Kara Basque 
MKT-BS 



Ronald Beaudoin 

OPS-BS OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT 





Thomas Bergeron 
HRM-BS 



Crystal Berube 

VIDG-BFA GRAPHIC DESIGN 





Kelsey Barrows 
POLITICAL SCIENCE 





Samantha Beauduy 
ACCOUNTING 



Paige Bennett-Bonn 
TEXTILE DESIGN 





Jacqueline Boardman 
MKT-BS 





Kelly Boehm 

NUR-BS 



Grace Bongiomo 
PSY-BA 









Christopher Boucher 
ELE-BS 



Courtney Bradley 
NUR-BS 



Phylicia Brady 
NUR-BS 



Dennis Braga 
MLS-BS 







Jennifer Braga 
BIOLOGY 



Kayla Brasseur 
CPE-BS 



Henry Bratcher 
MKT-BS 



Amanda Janae Briggs 
CJS-BA 



90 I 91 




William Brigham 
COMPUTER ENGINEERING 






Stephanie Buckley 
MKT-BS 



Amy Bullock 
ACCOUNTING 





Antoinette Cabral Graca 
SOCIAL SCIENCES HUMANITIES 





Potter Buchanan 
MKT-BS 





Meghan Burke 
BIO-BS 



Robert Butters 
MECHANICAL ENGIEERING 






Katie Cakounes 
COMPUTATIONAL MATHEMATICS 




Lori Ann Camara 

MEDICAL LABORATORY SCIENCE 

CLINICAL LABORATORY SCIENCE BS 




Samantha Caravana 
CJS-BA 




Anna Carolina Cardoso 
PSY-BA CRIMINAL JUSTICE 







Emily Castro 
ENGLISH 







Courtney Cayer 
BIO-BS 



Carter Chamberlain 
PHY-BS 



Ngo Sze Chan 
ACCOUNTING 



Kelly Channell 
NUR-BS 



92 I 93 




Lauren Cleary 
MKT-BS 



Livia Coelho 
MKT-BS 




James Clinton 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



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Thomas Conley 
ACT-BS 





Natanael Cordeiro 

MEDICAL LABORATORY SCIENCE 



Corymar Cordero 
SOCIOLOGY 





Sasha Codero 
PSY-BA 



Patricia Cody 
SPA-BA 





Jeffrey Coopee 
ELE-BS 








Ashley Couto 
PSYCHOLOGY 








Drew Coveney 
OPS-BS 



Stephanie Cromwell 
HRM-BS 



Jeffrey Croteau 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



Amanda Crowley 
PSY-BA 







Giuseppina Cucinotta 
MKT-BS 



Brittni Cunha 

OPS-BS OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT 



Lindsay Daigle 
NUR-BS 



Chris-Ann Dawkins 
POLITICAL SCIENCE 



94 I 95 





Erin Day 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



Jocelyn De Souza 
ACCOUNTING 





Jonathan Delaunay 
MKT-BS 




Alexander Denette 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING BS 






Stephanie Desousa 
NUR-BS 



Matthew Desrochers 
GRAPHIC DESIGN 




Holly Desvergnes 
PSYCHOLOGY 






Andrew Dibenedetto 
ENLW-BA 



Victor James Divine 
ACCOUNTING 






Steven Doherty 
SOC-BA 



Tarek Donnelly 

MNE-BS MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



Ryan Donovan 
MIS-BS 




Morgan Donovan Ha 
MPP 







Matthew Doyle 
MKT-BS 



Courtney Driscol I 

HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT 



Jocelyn Driscoll 
LIBERAL ARTS 



Tayla Dunn 
PSY-BA 






Alisha Dupere 
ACT-BS 



Carleen Ellis 

BUSINESS OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT 



Michael Facchini 
CIS-BS 




96 I 97 





Alicia Fernandes 
CJS-BA 



Amy Ferreira 
HISTORY 





Colin Fitzgerald 
HRM-BS 




Kathleen Foley 
MKT-BS 






Tavia Fiamengo 
CRIMINAL JUSTICE 



Shayla Fiedler 
DIGITAL MEDIA 





Briana Flocco 

MNE-BS MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



Colleen Foley 
MKT-BS 




Roberta Foster 

MKT-BS MINOR: ECONOMICS 




Wesley Fowlks 
ENGINEERING 
COMPUTER INFORMATION SCIENCE 



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Jessica Garofalo 

VIDG-BFA GRAPHIC DESIGN 





Melissa Gaffney 
PSY-BA 





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Joseph Gangemi 
ECO-BA 





Stephen Gavigan 
NURSING 



Dara Gay 
CEN-BS 



Fardin Ghanimat 
BIO-BS 






Dipankar Gogoi 
COMPUTER ENGINEERING 







Adam Gordon 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



Colin Gould 

VIDG-BFA GRAPHIC DESIGN 



Marissa Goyette 
ACT-BS 




Lauren Greenwood 
NUR-BS 






David Gunning 
FINANCE 





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Veronica Hanley 

PAN-BFA PAINTING/ 2D STUDIES 



Catherine Hanlon 
VIDI-BFA 



B^BIH 







Wassim Hassoun 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



Amanda Havener 
PSY-BA 





Hannah Henricks 
ENGUSH-BA 



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Jonathan Hickey 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 





Lindsey Hoban 
MARKETING 





Matthew Hodgdon 
MIS-BS 



Rachel Holliman 
ENGLISH-LITERTURE-CRITICISM 





Matthew Hoyt 
HRM-BS 



100 I 101 







Stephanie Huska 
NUR-BS 



Keri Ibbitson 

MARKETING /PSYCHOLOGY 



Kathryn Janelle 
BIOLOGY BS 



Sondy Jean 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 





Faris Jeryes 
FIN-BS 





Alexandra Jones 
ACCOUNTING BS 






Brendon Jones 

VIDG-BFA GRAPHIC DESIGN 



Constance Jones 

TEXTILE DESIGN / FIBER ARTS 



Kyle Kallio 

ACT-BS 




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Meaghan Kelley 
MKT-BS 



Erin Kelly 
HISTORY 







Kaitlyn Kewriga 
MKT-BS 



Laura King 
PSYCHOLOGY 





Bruce Kozlowski 
HR MNGMNT-BS 






Nathan Landry 
MARINE BIO-BS 



Amanda Langfield 
HISTORY 



Jonathan Langfield 
PAINTING /PRINT MAKING 




102 I 103 







Kennya Leal 

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 



Matthew Lemanski 
CIS-BS 







Stephanie Lentz 
TEXTILE DESIGN 



Michael Lenzuolo 
ELE-BS 



David Leonard 
MIS-BS 



William Levasseur 
HST-BA 




Caitlyn Liberty 
PSYCHOLOGY 






Taylor Liss 

HISTORY /ANTHROPOLOGY 



Bethany Loftus 

ENGLISH DRAMA AND FILM STUDIES 





Wayne Lopes 
LAR-BA 



Talitha Lourenco 
NURSING 





Allison Lynch 

VIDG-BFA GRAPHIC DESIGN 







Brian Maclellan 

HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT 



Ashley Majidi 
NUR-BS 



Kayla Malboeuf 
NUR-BS 



Kyla Manghnani 
MLS-BS 




Courtney Mann 
NUR-BS 






104 I 105 





Christine Martins 
CRIMINAL JUSTICE 



Melissa Martins 
CJS-BA 









Angelica Matos 

SOC-BA MINOR ELEM EDU 



Lyndsey McGuire 
ATRF-BFA 



Thomas McNeil 
HST-BA 




Patrick Medeiros 
HISTORY- BA 






Lindsey Mello 
BIO-BS 



tfMHSAriiAdiAilliiitti 




Michelle Mendell 
ACT-BS 





Jocelyn Miller 
PSY-BA 








Erica Miller-Jones 
OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT 



Ashley Mills 
SOC-BA 



Amanda Miranda 
PSY-BA 



Joseph Mongillo 
SOC-BA 







Kristina Monteiro 
PSY-BA 



Justin Moody 

SOC-BA CRIME AND JUSTICE STUDIES 



Jennifer Morse 

HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT 



Erin Murphy 
NURSING 



106 I 107 





Mary Elizabeth Murphy 
GRAPHIC DESIGN 



Paul Murphy 
MKT-BS 




Bret Neyhart 
HISTORY 






Mark Nordstrom 
MARKETING 




Brendan Murray 
OPS-BS 






Ashley Nolan 
BIO-BS 




Matthew Norton 

DIGITAL MEDIA /ILLUSTRATION 







Olusegun Olubanwo 
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY-PHD 



Adewale Omoniyi 
ACCT-BS 



Ryan O'Neal 
MKT-BS 





Abrah Orth 
PSY-BA 





Melissa Pacheco 
SOC-BA 







Briana Panarese 

ENGLISH COMMUNICATIONS 



Ashley Paul 
FIN-BS 



Sarah Pequita 
PSY-BA 




108 I 109 




Daniel Pineda 
PRODUCTION AND 
OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT 





Heather Pope 

VIDG-BFA GRAPHIC DESIGN 








Gary Prado 
MKT-BS 



Bradley Preston 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 



Michelle Raposo 
LAR-BA 





Pamela Rapoza 
BIOLOGY 



Kelsey Reardon 
MARKETING 





Marissa Reilly 
MKT-BS 



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Timothy Richards 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 




Ashley Rick 
GRAPHIC DESIGN 
ART HISTORY MINOR 




Audra Riding 
PSC-BA 






Jenna Rodrigues 

GRAPHIC DESIGN /PHOTOGRAPHY 



Alex Rollins 

OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT 





Aimee Ross 

COMPUTATIONAL MATHEMATICS BS 




Courtney Roy 
MKT-BS 




Nicole Samagaio 
MKT-BS 




Caitlin Sanchez 
GRAPHIC DESIGN 




Chhoeun Sann 
COMPUTER ENGINEERING 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 



10 I 111 







Kwame Sarkodie-Mensah 
BUSINESS-FINANCE 



Andrea Saunders 
SOC-BA 



Michael Savaria 
BIO-BS 



Daniel Schemer 
PROFESSIONAL WRITING 






Alyssa Severyn 

VIDG-BFA GRAPHIC DESIGN 






Shun Shiga 
GRAPHIC DESIGN 



Laura Sierra 

PSY-BA MINOE SOCIOLOGY 





Stephanie Silvestre 
HRM-BS 



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Meghan Sinay 
SPA-BA 








Marcus Smolic 


Desiree Sousa 


Nicole Sousa 


John Spirito 


FIN-BS 


PSHYCHOLOGY 


ACT-BS 


MASTER OF SCIENCE- 
COMPUTER ENGINEERING 





Joseph Stadnicki 
OPS-BS 



Brittney Stedman 
PSY-BA FRENCH 





Sandra Stephen 
BIOLOGY 



112 I 113 





Frank Sturm 

ENLW-BA CRITICAL WRITING 









Laura Sweeney 
PSY-BA 



Maghan Sylvia 
HRM-BS 



Ryan Sylvia 
HST-BA 



Tracey Tavares 
SOC-BA 




Kyle Taylor 
MKT-BS 






Padiet Thoa 


Paige Thompson 


James Tobia 


HUMANITIES /SOCIAL SCIENCE 


ENGLISH WRITING 
COMMUNICATIONS BA 


HRM-BS 




Nathan Trapp 
CPE-BS 






Cory Urban 
NUR-BS 



George Vasiliadis 
MARKETING 







Kathryn Vasselin 
HISTORY BA 



Benjamin Viall 
CPE-BS 



Kerriann Virgo 
BIO-BS 



Melissa Viveiros 
ACCOUNTING 







Alexandra Wade 
MDS-BA 



Caitlin Wagner 
MKT-BS 



Tracey Walker 
NUR-BS 



Stephen Walsh 
GRAPHIC DESIGN 



114 I 115 




Shalaya West 
ENLW-BA 






Timothy Whelan 
ACT-BS 




Laurence Whitely 
FIN-BS BUSINESS 






Stephanie Winters 
FINE ARTS 



Maria Wong 
GRAPHIC DESIGN 




Justin Yao 

ELECTRICAL / COMPUTER ENGINEERING 






Tiffany Yee 


Roman Zarakhovsky 


ITS 


Lindsay Zuidema 


VIDG-BFA 


HUMAN RESOURCE MA^I 


Wmtr 


MED LAB SCIENCE 


GRAPHIC DESIGN /DIGITAL MEDIA 









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110 th COMMENCEMENT 



Graduate: Saturday, May 22"", 2010 
Undergraduate: Sunday, May23 ,d , 2010 





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diana leal 



/ know the price of success: dedication, hard 
work, and unremitting devotion to the things 
you want to see happen. 

— Frank Lloyd Wright 






Jennifer morse 

My Darling Jennifer, 

Congratulations on your graduation, this is the 
beginning of a strong foundation for your future. I 
am so proud of the wonderful outstanding young 
woman you have become. You have proven you will 
be a success through your great strength, excellent 
choices, dedication and ambition. A great head and 
a big heart with a great spirit, I could not have writ- 
ten a better script. I have no doubt that your future 
will be full of great accomplishments, happiness and 
personal growth and well-being. You have enriched 
my life more than you could possibly know as you 
have with each person you meet. Best wishes to you 
always. 

With Love, 
Mom 



ashley nolan 

Congratulations Ashley on all that you have accomplished academi 
cally and experienced socially including your amazing semester 
abroad in Australia! We are so very proud of you and love you lots. 

Mom, Dad & Courtney 




sasha codera 



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The future belongs 
to those who believe in 
the beauty of their dreams 
— Eleanor Roosevelt 



Sasha, 

There are many more dreams to accomplish in life. Respect yourself, respect 

others and reach for the stars. I am so proud of you. Congratulations ! 

Love, 
Mom 




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melissa depalo 



Melissa, 

We are very proud of you. You are going to be an awesome nurse. 

With all our love, 

Dad, Mom & Jennifer, Bella too! 




kathryn janelle 

Congratulations Kathryn! 

We are so proud of you. Good luck in whatever you 
decide to do. The only advice we will give you is; 
watch out for those seagulls. 

We love you. 
Mom & Dad 



Congratulations Jeff, We are all very proud of 
you. You worked hard to achieve your goals. 
We wish you very much happiness and contin- 
ued success in all your future endeavors. , 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Scott & Mick 



Jeffrey coopee 




ashley rick 



Ashley, 

I've enjoyed watching you grow through all the seasons. 
How can it be that 21 years passed so quickly? Congratulations 
on your BFA! 

Remember, I will always L.U.M.T.P.B., 
Your Very Proud Mom 




132 I 133 



Dear Karla, 

Reach for your dreams. Don't let anything stop you. You go my gal. We love you. 

Dad & Mom 




carleen ellis 




jocelyn q. miller 



Jocelyn, Congratulations on your outstanding 
college achievements! We know that this is 
just the start to a very promising future. We are 
so very proud of you! 

Love, 

Mom, John, Sarah & Katie 



nathan trapp 




Nathan Trapp, BS, ECE 
$DO | | ! $DO ; try 
try: command not found 
(Yoda) 

Excellence can only be attained if you care more than others think is wise, risk 
more than others think is safe, dream more than others think is practical, and 
expect more than others think is possible. (Unknown) 

Reach for the stars populating the planets! ! ! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Jaclyn & Bear 



amy ferreira 



Amy, 

What can I say. She loves life and lives it to the fullest. The water and Amy are 
soul mates. Her brother is special to her and is all that he is because of her love 
and all she has taught him over the years. She loves sports and excels at all of 
them. Amy loves to talk to people whether it be conversation or debate, she loves 
it. She is a medical wizard and we do hope she continues in this field. She and her 
best friend, Jackie, if they aren't out riding their horses are on the water. If you 
need help, just call Amy and she will be right there. 

Wow! Congratulations! You sure were a very special 40 th Birthday Present! 

Love, 

Dad, Mom, Eddie, Bailey, Reef, Huckleberry & Sugar 




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ORGANIZATIONS 



ORGANIZATIONS 



20 Cent Fiction 

Accounting Student Association 

Advocate Celebrate Educate 

Alpha Phi Alpha 

Alpha Sigma Tau 

American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) 

Asian Student Association 

Black Students' Association (BSA) 

Campus Activities Board 

Cape Verdean Student Association 

Capoeira Club 

Chess Club 

Chi Phi 

Chinese Student and Scholar Association 

Christian Fellowship 

Class of 2010 

Communicatus 

Concert Tech 

Continuing and Returning Student Society 



Cultivate Skateboarding Club 

Dance Team 

Delta Pi Omega 

Digital Media Club 

Divine Sword Gospel Choir 

Donald C. Howard Leadership Program 

Engineers Without Borders-USA University 
of Massachusetts Dartmouth 

Fibers Club 

Finance Club 

Gallery 244 

Gaming Society 

Habitat for Humanity 

Haitian American Student Association (HASA) 

Hermandad de Sigma lota Alpha, Inc. 

History Club 

Honors Student Association 

HP@UMD 

Humans versus Zombies 



Indian Student Association 

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) 

lota Delta Nu 

Kekeli West African Drum and Dance Club 

Literary Society 

MASSPIRG 

Mental Note 

Mixed Martial Arts Club 

Muslim Students' Association 

National Art Education Association, 
UMD student chapter 

National Association for the Advancement 
of Colored People 

National Panhellenic Conference 

National Society of Black Engineers 

Net Impact 

Operation Help Now 

Outdoor Club 

Pagan Living and Collaborative Education 
Society (PLACES) 



Pan African Dance group 

Paper Club 

Parliamentary Debate Society 

Peer Health Education 

People of African Descent 

Phi Kappa Theta 

Phi Sigma Sigma 

Portuguese Language Club 

Pre-Health Care Society 

Pride Alliance 

Psi Chi 

Residential Hall Congress 

Rotaract 

ROTC 

Scrapbooking and Crafting Club 

Scrimshaw Yearbook 

Sculpture Club 

Shotokan Karate Club 

Sigma Phi Rho Fraternity, Inc. 



Sigma Tau Gamma 

Ski and Snowboard Club 

Social Change Society 

Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics 

Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers 

Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) 

Students for Justice in the Middle East 

Student Nurses Association 

Student Senate 

Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) 

Students Organized Against Poverty 

Temper 

The Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance 

Theatre Company 

Theta Delta Chi 

The Torch 

Ultimate Frisbee Club 

UMADD 

UMass Dartmouth Cricket Club 



UMass Dartmouth Clay Club 

UMass Dartmouth Engineers Without Borders 

UMass Parkour and Freerunning 

UMD Chemistry Club 

UMD Investment Club 

UMD Paintball Club 

UMD Rugby 

UMD Wakeboard Team 

United Brothers and Sisters 

United Latino Society 

University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Painting Club 

Zeta Lambda Chi 



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Campus Activities Board 





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Cape Verdean Student Association 



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Graphic Design Senior Class 





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top ten movies 

1. Up in the Air 

2. UP 

3. Inglorious Bastards 

4. The Hurt Locker 

5. Avatar 

6. The Blindside 

7. New Moon 

8. Star Trek 

9. Precious 

10. The Hangover 

biggest pop culture events 

1 . The Death of Michael Jackson 

2. Health Care Reform 

3. Tiger Woods Cheating Scandal 

4. Franken Heidi Montag's Transformation 

5. Jay Leno vs. Team CoCo 

6. Kanye Interrupts Taylor Swift at VMA's Blurting, I'ma let you finish. 

7. Balloon Boy Debacle 

8. The Swine Flu Epidemic 

9. Verizon vs. AT&T: The Fight Is On 

1 0. Jesse James the Cheater. . . 

top ten TV series 

1. Mad Men 

2. Modern Family 

3. Breaking Bad 

4. Big Love 

5. Battlestar Galactica 

6. Lost 

7. Friday Night Lights 

8. Glee 

9. Sons of Anarchy 

10. (Tie) The Office/Parks and Recreation 








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top ten songs on graduation day 

1 . California Gurls (feat. Snoop Dogg)-Katy Perry 

2. Not Afraid-Eminem 

3. OMG (feat. Will.i.am)-Usher 

4. Airplanes (feat. Hayley Williams)-B.O.B. 

5. Jessie's Girl-Glee Cast 

6. Alejandro-Lady Gaga 

7. Your Love is My Drug-Ke$ha 

8. Young Forever (feat. Mr. Hudson)-Jay-Z 

9. Break Your Heart (feat. Ludacris)— Taio Cruz 

10. My First Kiss (feat. Ke$ha)-30H!3 



top ten 'foot in mouth' quotes 

Now Taylor, I'm really happy for you. Imma let you finish. But Beyonce had one of the best videos of all time. One of the 
best videos of all time! Kanye West, interrupting Taylor Swifts acceptance speech. 

2. Hey, it's Tiger. I need you to do me a huge favor. Can you please take your name off your phone? My wife went through my 
phone and may be calling you. So if you can, please take your name off that. Just have it as a number on the voicemail, just have 
it as your telephone number. You got to do this for me. Huge. Quickly. Bye. Tiger Woods, on a voicemail to a mistress. 

3. You lie! Rep. Joe Wilson, to Obama before a joint session of congress. 

4. The Cambridge police acted stupidly. President Obama 

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by a student staff at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth and printed by Friesens 

in Altona, Manitoba. Paul Friesen served as the Friesens Yearbook Consultant. 

The book is printed on 100 pound Sterling ultra gloss paper and the cover is printed 
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The press run from volume 89 of the Scrimshaw is roughly 600 copies. Printing cost 
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Senior portraits were taken by Herff Jones Photography based in Bensalem, PA. 
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The cover, endsheet, dividers, and layouts were designed by Ashley Rick and 
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