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The period covered by the 1984 
Terrapin-thosc days between 
February, 1983, and February, 198 
will be remembered as any other: a 
time of love and laughter, of fraiiti 
and fears, of those things lost, and 
those things gained. 

But here in these pages, we hope 
this time will be remembered as 
^something more-as a time when 

people came to realize how good life 
[f can be, and saw that the future will 
ask much of us, but it will be ours. 






Contents 




Dedication 




... to the kind of spirit evidenced in the student 
support of the tenure application of Communication 
Arts and Theatre professor Michael duMonceau in 
the spring of 1983 — it being proof positive that 
those who make a day-to-day commitment to 
helping others do not stand alone. 



"Everywhere Man blames Nature and 
Fate, yet his fate is mostly but the echo 
of his character and passions, his 
mistakes and weaknesses. " 

-Democritus 





Today's Heroes 

It's been said that because we are 
Americans, we need heroes to show us 
the way. Right now, these writers and 
philosophers say, we are caught in a 
national climate of disillusions and 
skepticism. 

People do seem to be waiting for the 
moment when the Golden Age of 
heroes will rise again, bringing with it 
peace. 

The lesson to be learned is that we 
need not look to the past for the 
strength to find our Golden Age. We 
need only to look within ourselves for 
the courage and heroism each of us 
has, for that courage is needed to find 
peace. 

And when, finally, we fully commit 
our ways to peace, we will all be 
today's heroes, willing to make 
personal sacrifices to build Our Golden 
Age. 



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will stick more close than a brother . . . 

But the Thousandth Man will stand by 
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"Most often a hero has to look at a 
situation and choose the appropriate 
course of action in the very same instant. 
What makes him heroic is his vision, and 
how he demonstrates his commitment to 
that vision." 

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The Year That Was: 1983 





October: After the bomb blast in Lebanon we laid our heroes to rest. 



WINTER- ... "a time to love, a time to 
hate, a time for war, a time for peace . . . 
": A plot is discovered to kill Pope John 
Paul II . . . President Reagan fires director 
of the Arms Control and Disarmament 
Agency . . . Ma Bell locked in anti-trust 
battles . . . Split in OPEC . . . One of the 
worst blizzards in history . . . The economy 
seems to be inclining towards a recovery . . 
. Hindu mobs butcher Muslim villagers in 
Assam . . . After 1 1 years, it's farewell to 
the M*A*S*H gang . . . SPRING- 
Reagan's new nuclear strategy is anti-missile 
defense . . . Campaign '84: new black power 
at the polls . . . Soviet's reject Reagan's 
"interim" step toward eliminating U.S. and 
Soviet Union missiles in Europe . . . AIDS: 
Epidemic of the 1980's . . . New Disneyland 
opens in Tokyo . . . Rock Video brings a 
new life to the record industry . . . New, 
improved Space Shuttle . . . 



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SUMMER- American Embassy bombed in Beirut . . . 
Hitler's secret diaries are a hoax . . . Israeli Prime 
Minister, Menachem Begin, says he will resign . . . Sally 
Ride, first American woman in space . . . Anarchy in 
Lebanon . . . Thousands of people march in Washington 
to honor Martin Luther King, Jr. . . . The MX missile: 
one step closer . . . Martial Law lifted in Poland after 
586 days- July 22, 1983 . . . Spain is first nation in 
Europe to legalize the use of marijuana . . . The 
Drought of '83- from Indiana to Texas . . . Soviets 
shoot down South Korean flight 007 . . . 





The Soviet military shot down a civilian airliner. 

A UTUMN- Presidential campaign winds into high gear . . . 
Osborne Computer Corp. files for bankruptcy petition . . . U.S. 
loses the America's Cup . . . James Watt resigns as secretary of 
the Interior ... 161 Americans die in Beirut blast . . . U.S. 
invades Grenada . . . Reagan sends a naval task force to 
protect Americans trapped on the island of Grenada . . . over 
200 marines killed- Lebanon's suicide terrorists kill many . . . 
Rev. Jesse Jackson is officially running for the 1984 
Democratic presidential nomination . . . "The Day After" 
nuclear nightmare come to T.V. . . . Bomb blast at the Capitol 
. . . AT&T breaks up on January 1, 1984 . . . Greyhound bus 
drivers strike temporarily . . . Syrian gunners shoot down two 
U.S. Navy jets in the first American air strike in Lebanon . . . 



Finally, security was intensified in Lebanon. 



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were those who said it was "silly" that a mere 
television program had become so important to 
so many. Perhaps. But MASH at least touched 
people enough to cause them to care — and that's 
not such a silly idea at all. 



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WINTER- For the frustrated jock in all of us- Sports 
'83: Bjorn Borg (5 time winner of Wimbledon) is 
quitting tournament tennis . . . Redskins beat Miami 27- 
17 in Super Bow XV II . . . Wayne Gretsky becomes 
the only player to ever score four goals in a National 
Hockey League all-star game . . . Herchel Walker signs 
an $8 million contract with the new USFL . . . 
SPRING- NBA players threaten to strike against team 
owners . . . Tom Watson continues to dominate 
professional golf . . . The Tenth Annual Track Classic 
(Men and Women) was held at Byrd . . . N.Y. Islanders 
win Stanley Cup '83- Fourth in a row . . . Philadelphia 
76ers win NBA championship . . . 



Dr, J. (right) led the 76ers to 
an NBA World 
Championship; America far 
right) lost the America's cup 
to Australia. 





Jimmy Connors regained his form at Wimbledon 




SUMMER- Cocaine crisis in the NFL . . . Carl 
Lewis and Mary Decker — Two leading Olympic hopefuls 
. . . Jimmy Connors wins Wimbledon . . . Richard 
Edell- Maryland's new Lacrosse coach . . . Fullback 
Dave D'Addio and Defensive Tackle Pete Koch are 
named co-captains for the 1983 Terp football season . . . 





Our Orioles rolled over everyone on their way to a World Series ring. 



AUTUMN- Carl Yastrzemski retires after 23 seasons with 
the Red Sox . . . After 132 years, Australia II is first 
challenger to beat the U.S. and win The America's Cup . . . 
Johnny Bench retires after 15 years with the Cincinnati Reds 
. Baltimore Orioles take the World Series . . . Hagler beats 
challenger Roberto Duran in 15 rounds . . . Terps go to the 
Citrus bowl December 17 . . . 



Mr. Herschel Walker. 'Nuff said. 



WINTER- Of dorms, final exams, and Testudo here 
on campus: Dorm fees increase . . . Unclaimed financial 
aid totals 1.2 million . . . Chancellor Slaughter bars 
Playboy from photographing nude women on campus . . 
. campus desegregation goals remain unmet . . . 

SPRING- On-line registration is campus wide for 
1984 . . . Dorm theft drops 51% . . . April 29 Smoke-in 
. . . TKE Special Olympics brought many smiles . . . 
First annual University Talent Show . . . Olympic Week 
'83, April 17-22 . . . Greek Week was a blast ... 200 
students rally to protest Playboy . . . Chancellor's May 
3 inauguration . . . Toll appoints woman as new vice 
president . . . Men's basketball coach Lefty Driesell 
reprimanded by Chancellor Slaughter for his 
involvement in the Herman Veale assault case . . . 




Men's basketball coach Lefty Driesell was formally reprimanded by 
Chancellor Slaughter in the spring. 




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SUMMER- Limited enrollment for Computer 
Science programs and Interior and Advertising 
Design programs for Fall '84 . . . RTVF's 
Michael duMonceau is denied tenure . . . FALL 
Homecoming '83: Terps crush Blue Devils . . . 
All fire extinguishers removed from dorms . . . 
SGA elections: The CAUSE party wins the 
majority of seats on November 9 . . . 6.6% 
tuition increase . . . Athletic director Richard 
Dull cancels basketball game against Soviet 
Union National Team . . . Dance Marathon 
raises money for the American Cancer Society . 
. Diamondback named as the best student daily 
newspaper . . . Jackson Browne rocks out at 
Ritchie . . . Poll shows freshman prefer sex over 
drug use . . . Testudo celebrates 50th 
anniversary. 




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Everyone's Favorite: The Armory 



Armory registration, the most 
talked about event during the first 
week of school, had a new 
appearance this year. The zoo-like 
atmosphere of yesteryear at each 
departmental booth was replaced by 
a snakeish-shaped creature: an 
enormously long, winding line of 
students waiting to talk to a vast 
network of computers as part of the 
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"The More I Know, The More I Forget . . ." 




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"This Is A Dry Campus? 



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This, perhaps the most famous of radio, 
television, and film courses, is a network 
programming simulation where students play 
the roles of producers, networks, and 
advertisers. Don't for a moment think that 
what one sees here is all that different from 
the "real" world. 



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"The Backbone Of America" 




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Man And Machine 




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The Division Of Arts And Humanities 



A variety of choice is the m.o. of the 
Division of Arts and Humanities, Courses 
range from foreign language to art to 
American History. A student 
concentrating here can also learn music, 
sculpture, and dance. Internships galore 
are available in the local area; graduating 
students pursue careers in law, bilingual 
businesses, marketing, and the media, to 
name a few. 




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Division Of Agriculture And Life Sciences 



The Division of Agriculture and 
Life Sciences provides a vast 
program for the student interested in 
the study of living orgasims and how 
they survive and interact with the 
environment. 

The available courses of study 
include: agticultural and resource 
economics and agricultural 
engineering as well as the chemical 
and biological sciences. Most often, 
students involved in this division find 
jobs in the areas of medicine, 
dentistry and veterinary medicine. 




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Division Of Behavioral And Social Sciences 



The Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences 
encompasses many majors including sociology, 
psychology and business. Most of the students in 
this division are in the College of Business and 
Management. Accounting and finance and 
marketing are among the business course topics 
offered. Students interested in this department find 
many opportunities despite the overflow of students 
in many courses. 




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Division Of Human And Community 

Resources 



There is a broad spectrum of courses offered in 
the Human and Community Resources Division. 
Some community health classes such as sex 
education, drug and alcohol use and abuse, and 
weight reduction are favorites among students. 
Many Human Ecology courses are so much in 
demand that the department must restrict them to 
majors only. 




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Division Of Mathematical And Physical 

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Divisional students here have the 
opportunity to take courses including 
Introductory Computer Programming, 
Physics of Music and Introduction to 
Astronomy. All departments of MPSE 
arc involved with research which is 
primarily financed by the National 
Sciences Foundation, the National 
Aeronautic Space Association 
(N.A.S.A.). the Department of Energy 
and the Office of Naval Research. 




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In Appreciation 



... to those teachcr.s who. lor both good and bad. 
have touched each of us along the way, showing us how 
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The Buck Stops Here 



Dr. John S. Toll was appointed as president of the 
University of Maryland six years ago. He has brought 
U.M.C.P. new ideas and has gained the respect of 
leaders throughout the state. Known for his quiet, 
reserved manner, Toll has influenced many people whom 
he has worked with and has been praised for his 
openness and determination. Last year the ratings of 
scholarly quality of faculty, released from the National 
Academy of Sciences, show the University of Maryland 
as the outstanding public university in the Northeastern 
U.S. Toll has guided UM along its course to be a highly 
rated institution. 





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The Inauguration Of A Chancellor 



Cap and gown abounded in May long before 
official graduation ceremonies when John Brooks 
Slaughter was inaugurated as the third chancellor of 
UMCP. 

Focusing his inaugural address on moving his 
campus continually into the future. Chancellor 
Slaughter said he will strive for, among other things, 
higher retention of minority students and a balance 
towards teaching as well as research among faculty 
members. 





Chancellor John B. Slaughter 



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Special Olympics is an athletic 
and recreational event for mentally 
retarded citizens. TKE fraternity 
sponsors this event, which was held 
on May 5, 1983 with help from 
businesses in the College Park 
community. Track and field events 
fill a day which also includes games, 
magic shows, jugglers and clowns. 




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there is nothing to look foward to comes five days 
of drinking, mixers and Olympics. This event is 
sponsored by the dorms of North and South Hill. 
The events are exciting and the drinking is (almost) 
painless. There are free movies and free fun at one 
of the most exciting event on campus. 





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Alfalfa sprouts and natural peanut 
butter are what our Food Co-op is 
most famous for. but little known is its 
motto "Food for thought, not profit." 
The smoke-in, held annually on the 
Mall, allows Co-op types another 
forum in which to express their views 
on poverty, abortion, nuclear war, and, 
of course, "pot." 




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Beaux Arts Ball 



All students arc invited to this 
event that is a tradition with 
arehitecture students ail over the 
country. This year's theme was the 
gangster era of Chicago in the 
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All Night Long At The Union 



What could be better-ten hours of 
non-stop festivities at the Union. 
The All-Nighter began on Friday, 
September 12th, at 5:00 p.m., and 
did not end until 3:00a.m. on 
Saturday. For shame, for shame, if 
you missed the gala presentations, 
the concerts, the movies, and all that 
free stuff. 




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Sororities and fraternities decorate 
their floats and color their houses with a 
theme of their choice in this, the biggest 
Fall event. It lasts through the weekend- 
current students and alumni celebrate the 
spirit of the red and white. Each formal 
has a formal to add to this festive 
occasion. 





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Every year Phi Sigma Delta fraternity 
sponsors a 72 hour dance marathon; the 
money raised is donated to the American 
Cancer Society. Brave souls danced from 
thursday night, October 27, until sunday 
afternoon, October 30, suffering from 
sore feet and backs. Geez, these guys 
shoot horses, don't they? 





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"Steppin"' 



What is stepping, you say? 
Stepping is that part of 
Homecoming when the black 
fraternities and sororities gather to 
celebrate their organizations. 
Participating this year were five 
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started at Byrd Stadium, ran a 
course around campus and crossed 
the finish line back at Byrd 
Stadium. People of all ages 
competed in this race and prizes 
were awarded to winners in different 
categories. Free t-shirts were given 
to all entrants. Honorable mention 
goes to Mike Scrivens, a polio 
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Night Of Fright 



Goblins and ghosts crowded the 
College Park area as clowns, witches 
and others celebrated all weekend long. 
The child in us all rose again in the 
form of a candy bag, trick or treating 
through the University of Maryland 
dormitories. The sky was dark, the 
moon was orange — and we met the 
great pumpkin after all. 





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referendum, calling for an increase in the 
activities fee for separate PIRG funding, was 
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Miss Black Unity Beauty Pageant 



"Sophistication in Blaci<" was clearly 
evident at the 6th Annual Miss Black Unity 
Pageant 1983-84, co-sponsored by the Black 
Student Union-U.M.C.P. with special 
assistance from Bob Hall, Inc. Donna 
Lynne Smith, who was crowned "Miss 
Black Unity" Thursday, November 10, was 
sponsored by Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, 
Inc. The pageant promotes campus unity 
and cultural awareness and appreciation of 
the contributions and achievements of black 
women. 





SIXTH ANNUAL 

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Courtesy of S.E.E. and our student activities fee, we were 
treated to (opposite page) a solo by Dan Fogelberg, the black 
humor of Monty Python's Graham Chapman, Gene Roddenberry 
speaking of the "Star Trek" phenomenon and his hopes for the 
future, (this page) G. Gordon Liddy, former aide to President 
Nixon, Jackson "Tender is the Night" Browne and band, 
consumer activist Ralph Nader, and director ("Fame, "Midnight 
Express") Alan Parker. 



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The music made the moment when (opposite) David 
Johannsen and his band, and Billy Price and his Keystone 
Rhythm Band came to town; here (left to right), Johannsen, 
Patrick Moras and Bill Bruford lit up the night, as well. 



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The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, The Nighthawics, and Slicicey 
Boys, were only a few of the performers brought to us by the 
Glass Onion Concert Committee, headed by Jim Finn, Bob 
Kelly, and Ken Delaney. 



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Brigadoon 



Sure, an't' God, it was a delight, this 
University Theatre production of the story of 
two American hunters who become lost in the 
Scottish foothills and discover the spectral village 
of "Brigadoon," which awakens once every 
hundred years through a pact hammered out 
with The Lord. The play spoke to all of us when 
it said, "If you love someone enough, anything is 
possible." Hopefully, people were listening. 





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Ah, yes, the Vanderhofs and the 
Sycamores, brought so irresistibly to life by 
the University Theatre group this spring of 
'83. The show was as funny as the dickens, 
sentimental, and yet philosophical. Listen 
well, ye foolish youth, to Grandpa 
Vanderhofs simple philosophy in defense of 
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Hello Dolly! 



It was big. It was brassy. It was 
wonderful. It was Stewart and 
Herman's "Hello Dolly!" presented on 
several different autumn nights by the 
University Theatre. The standard show 
business axiom advises that, come what 
may, "the show must go on," and the 
actors here displayed true grit by 
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Some of the faces were unfamiliar 
(namely New Yorkers Walt Witcover and 
Herman Arbeit as director and lead actor, 
respectively), but still "The Miser" held its 
audience rapt as it spun its tale of an old 
skinflint, two pairs of young lovers, several 
arranged marriages, and a hidden treasure. 

Merit badges here to faculty member 
Tom Donahue for his set design and Diane 
Ferry for her imaginative lighting. 




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The Gallery Theatre 



Sometimes, the best things occur in the smallest 
places. In our pelilc gallery this year, saw we did 
"Change, Changes, Changed," "And Miss Rcardon 
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Women's Lacrosse 



In her ninth season as Maryland head coach, 
Sue Tyler lead the Terrapins to an 11-21 record. 
The Terps were seeded third among twelve teams 
in the NCAA Championship tournament. Karen 
Trudel, Abigail Kay Ruffino, Lori Moxley, Lynn 
Frame, Celine Flinn, goalie Mary Lynne Morgan 
and Jackie Williams all deserve honorable 
mention. 




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Men's Lacrosse 



Dino Mattessich's Terps did not come a 
cropper in '83, ending the season with a 9-5 
overall record. The Terps even advanced to 
the NCAA semi-finals, though losing there to 
Syracuse University. Jim Wilkerson advanced 
to the number three slot on the all-time 
Maryland career goals list. 




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Third rov; (left to right) Head Coach Stan Pitts, Tamcla Penny, Rebecca Fields, 
Marita Walton, Charles Torpey assistant coach. Second row (left to right) Carolyn 
Forde, Cheryl Baker, Theresa Cannon, Debbie Hohmcicrs, Ann Chesny, Janice 
Farr. Fi-st row (left to right) Jean Whislon, Linda Spenst, Laurie Blishnikoff, Susan 
Parker, Lisa Suilovsky. 



A banner year, to say the least. 
While the team itself finished second 
in the ACC Championships, four 
Terrapins took first place honors at 
the meet: Marita Walton in both the 
Shot Put and Discus, Carolyn Forde 
in the 3000m, Tomi Rucker in the 
long jump, and Sue Aurey in the 
javelin. All the women qualified for 
the NCAA Track and Field 
Championship; Walton collected her 
seventh Ail-American title. 




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Fourth row (Icfl lo right) Head Coach Stan Pitts, Mike Paseu7/o. Richard Al Baginski. Steve Coivin, 
Dennis MeSweeney, assistant coach Charles Torpey. Third row (left to right) Robert Dorscy. Scott 
Vrabell, Bill Smith, Chris McGorty, l.ou Kertes/, Bill Butler. Second row (left lo right) .loe David. 
Owille Gayle, Brian Garland, Dave Sanders. Raymond Oglesby, I ouis Kertes/. Bill Butler. First row (left 
to right) Kevin Hughes, Robert Dickson, Keith Hudson, Greg Widenhouse, Chris Chattin. 



The men's track team placed 
second in the IC4A Champion.ships 
and fourth in the ACC 
Championships in 1983. Leading the 
team was Alan Baginski, who won 
individual honors in both 
tournaments in addition to being 
named Ail-American. Mike 
Pascuzzo (high jump 7-13/4), Greg 
Rowe (shot put 59' 2V4) and Bill 
Smith (decathlon 6,863 pts.) also 
earned individual titles throughout 
the season. 




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The Maryland Nine 



Although the Terrapin "Boys of Summer" fin- 
ished their season with an overall record of 1 4- 1 9- 1 , 
they had many impressive victories over adversaries 
such as Georgia Tech, Clemson, Wake Forest and 
Virginia. 




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Heirs To The Capitals 



No, this is not the Capital Centre. 
It's the Calvert Hockey Rink in 
College Park, where our Terps practice 
three-on-ones by day and score goals 
by night. Though not an intermural 
sport, the club receives much coverage 
in the area. 




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Future Borgs 



With an impressive 14-4 record, 
our court-men finished fifth in the 
ACC Championships. Inaki Calvo 
and Scott Wlodychacic both placed 
third in the number one and number 
four singles respectively. The Terps 
participated in the NIT, held at 
Southeast Louisiana. 




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Runners 



Built on all freshman and sophomores, the team 
finished 5th in the ACC. Captain Carolyn Ford was 
10th All-Conference, 15th All-District, and ranked 26th 
in the American Cross-Country Tournament. Freshman 
Bobbie McGee and Sophomore Debbie Dohmeier also 
contributed to this successful season. 




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And More Runners 



Coach Charles Torpey's squad ended their season 4th 
in the ACC. Although it was a very young squad, there 
was huge improvement from prior years. Freshman 
Dennis Cullinane and Senior Gregg Herzog were named 
All-Conference. Fresman Dan Foley was All-District as 
well as Ail-Conference. 





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Stickers 



Sue Tyler's team was ranked 15th in the country with 
an 11-7-2 record. For the first time ever, two girls 
(Captain Andrea LeMare and Jacqueline Williams) were 
Ail-American. Although this was not the team's best 
season, Tyler is very optimistic about next season since 
there were 4 freshman on the 83 team. 





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Kickers 



The kickers from College Park 
suffered through this season what every 
team must every so often, a rebuilding 
year. But at season's end, Coach Joe 
Gismbaldt's boys held their heads high, 
proclaiming their readiness for 1984. 




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Spikers 



It is a shame that this well coached team is as 
little known as it is. Coached by Barbara Dumm, 
the squad always plays close, competitive 
matches. Standouts this year included Veronica 
Vogel, Denise Gieves, and Kristen Blomquist. 



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Goodbye, North Carolina 



In his second year as head coach, 
Bobby Ross ended his season with 
another successful season. The 
Terps' 11-3 record placed them 
number 1 in the ACC and sent them 
off to a bowl game in Florida. 
Boomer Esiason, was recognized as 
one of the best quarterbacks in the 
country was listed as one of the top 
ten candidates for the Heisman 
Trophy. The Terps had impressive 
victories over North Carolina, Wake 
Forest, Pitt and N.C. State, 
outweighing a disappointing loss to 
Auburn. Jess Atkinson, Pete Koch, 
Clarence Baldwin, and Eric Wilson 
were All-ACC. Ron Solt was Ail- 
American as well as All-ACC. 




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Hoopsters 



These ACC champs were ranked 
in the top ten for the 6th 
consecutive year. The Terps had an 
unbelievable record of 26-5, and 
went as far as the final 8 in the 
NCAA tournament. Jasmina 
Perazic, Marcia Richardson and Boe 
Peerman were all high scorers. 




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Court Men 



1983 was a successful year for our men of the court, 
who finished their season with a 20-10 record. Ranking 
3rd in the ACC, Ben Coleman and Adrian Branch were 
named all-ACC. The fire starters-Ben Coleman, Adrian 
Branch, Len Bias, Herman Veal and Jeff Adkins-all 
returned for the 84 season. The Terps went to the 
NCAA tournament in the spring, losing in the 1st 
.round. 



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Down Under 



Nurturing young talent, Coach 
Charles Hoffman honed his team's 
abilities and molded a winning 
combination. 

The ACC tournament was the 
light at the end of the tunnel; hard 
work was their transportation. 




















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Stroke, Stroke 



You've heard the names- the butterfly, the breastroke 
free-style, and high-diving. They're all part of 
swimming- and strengths in these areas played a major 
role in the men's swimming team this year. 




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Of Olga And Kurt Thomas 



Despite limited funds and little public support in the 
past, the gymnastic squad has become well known 
nationally. In the past, there were very few young 
members; now there are a few due to scholarships. 
Happily, the number of fans has increased of late and 
the recognition of the gymnastics squad is growing. 






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"The 1984 Terrapin Yearbook Staff 



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What you the reader hold in your hands at 
this moment is a slice of history — the year 1983 
at this university as recorded by the people on 
these two pages. 

Please, reader, remember this: someone once 
said that we all spend about one-third of our 
lives being angry at someone or something; 
there's no reason to waste the other two-thirds 
being mad and depressed, too. 




Jean Garafalo 



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And thanks also to Ev Kosow, Sue 
Secco, Robin Swanson, Beth Nolan, 
Cindy Crosby, Karen Hiilman, Jill 
Smeyne, Tony Green and anyone we may 
have missed. 



Copy editors Lisa Goldenberg and Susan Hiiton 



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MITZPEH; 

THE OUTLOOK I 



That crash heard in the South Campus Dining 
Hail this summer of 1983 was the sound of the 
campus' former Jewish newspaper, "HaKoach" 
toppling to its death. That rumble heard was the 
rise of "Mitzpeh-The Outlook," the new Jewish 
paper, here to help the campus better understand 
Jewish life, and to report on events affecting the 
Jewish population here. 




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MITZPEH 

THE OUTLOOK 



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Editor in Chief Neil Stuart Rubin 

Managing Editor David M. Fishman 

Associate Editor Mitchell Cahan 

News Editor Tallie Grodzinsky 

Business Manager Alan Hoffman 



Mitzpeh-Th6 Outlook, the Jewish newspaper at the Universi- 
ty of Maryland, is a monthly newspaper published by Maryland 
Media Incorporated. The newspaper is written and edited by 
students at the University of Maryland. Submissions and letters 
to the editor should be addressed to Mitzpeh-The Outlook, 
University of Maryland, Main Dining Hall, Room 3I11C, Col- 
lege Park, MD. 20742. 



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Minority students at the University 
didn't always have such a viable outlet in 
which they could voice the problems and 
concerns of the minority communit\. 

It was not until the 70's that the outlet 
was provided. That outlet was the Black 
Explosion. 

The Black Explosion is a bi-weekly publi- 
cation which focuses on issues affecting the 
minority community on and off campus. 




Editor Crystal Williams flanked by her editorial .staff. 



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From The Terrapin Wire Service 
College Park, Md. — The 
Diamondback, the campus 
newspaper, this year was voted the 
number one college paper in the 
country. It earned the honor based 
upon "hard investigative" reporting. 
Appearing daily. The Diamondback 
complements its campus coverage 
with national wire service reports. 




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A quick glance at ihc Calvcrl envelopes 
ihe reader in a potpourri of poelry, i'iclion, 
and visual art written and prepared by the 
students, faculty and staff of the university. 

Culvert, published twice annually, does, 
we're told, "welcome submissions from al 
humans on campus." 




THE MAGAZINE WITH THE POWER TO BEND MINDS 




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Left to right- Glenn Moomau, Sara Wild- 
berger, Jackie McMillan, Darryl Wakely, 
Anna Lazio, Dave Peterson, Toin White, Rose 
Solari. 



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Maryland Media, Inc. 




The Board of Directors, from left to right: Michael Fribush, General Manager; Barbara Hines; Susan Egerman; 
Crystal Williams, Glenn Moomau; Nancy French, Business Manager; Glenn Mosley, Gary Gately, and Tomu 
Farming. Not pictured: Ira Allen. 



If during one's college career one 
chooses not to flex one's literary muscles 
in print, it is not the fault of Maryland 
Media Inc., that non-university aligned 
corporation which oversees five student 
publications: Calvert Magazine, The 
Mitzpeh, The Black Explosion, The 
Diamondback, and The Terrapin 
Yearbook. 




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Maryland Media Production Shop 




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College Park's 
Best: WMUC 

1983 was the year WMUC AM and 
FM hit full stride. Smart programming 
and leadership brought WMUC-AM to 
the fore as an invaluable training ground 
for those learning the media, while FM 
88.1 now stands as the only progressive 
radio station in the local market. WMUC 
also offers training in news, sports, 
promotions, sales, public affairs, and 
computer operations. 







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AM Staff: Back row, left to right-Tom Yeager, Neil Gratton, Marc Peterson, Steve Epstein, Neil 
Smith, Rick Hart, Lisa Pelton, Tom Way, Bob Kelley, Andy Tanchel, Greg Davis, William Tucker, 
Front row, left to right-Frank McCornick, John Peake (Program Director), Matt Hartman, Glenn 
Mosley, Lisa Loewy, Jeff Greenfeld, Kevin Lorden, Sue Beringer, Steve Konick, Jan Goldstein 
Michelle Turner, Rochelle Levy, Lynda Phoenix. 




Station manager Chet Rhodes 



FM Staff: Back row, left to right-Steve Holland, Derrick Hsw, Tony Lombardi, Mark Kozaki, 
Rob Goldstein, Tim Wincinski, Paul Ha, Phil Huitema, Eric Stockhansen, Rimas Orentas, 
Logan Perkins, Tracy Lango, Wayne Dulaney, Bill Baird, Amiker. Third row-Elliot Klayman 
(Program Director), Sue German, Guy Congo, Paul Bushmiller, Ken Delaney, Jesse Atoatto, 
Gary Wechsler, Sam Brown, Murry Jason,. Second row-Irene Weineger, Terry Wilson, William 
Tucker, Paul Nwasabrut, Diane Bernard, Virginia Vitathum, Elenore Zappone. Front row-Mark 
Tabor, Henry Abraham Lincoln, Chris Pax (center). 



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Ten Pin 



There's a team at the University 
of Maryland, that dosen't compete 
in the Atlantic Coast Conference; 
but instead the University of 
Maryland Bowling Team competes 
in the Eastern 
Pennsylvania/ Maryland 
Intercollegiate Bowling Conference 
(EPMIBC) 

The Bowling Team is sponsored 
by The Adele H. Stamp Recreation 
Center, and is supervised by 
player/manager Chris Duffy. The 
Bowling Team schedulde rans from 
October to Feburary. 




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Society For Advanced Management 




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Eta Kappa Nu 




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Tri Delta 




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Glass Onion Concert Committee 





Marching Band 




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Alpha Epsilon Rho 




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Kappa Kappa Psi 




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Hoff Theatre 




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O.D.K. 



OIMCRON DELTA KAPPA 
NATIONAL LEADERSHIP HONOR 
SOCIETY TAPS REPRESENTATIVES 
OF THE JUNIOR AND SENIOR 
CLASSES. THESE STUDENTS ARE 
ELECTED BY THE CIRCLE. A HIGH 
STANDARD OF CHARACTER, 
DEMONSTRATED LEADERSHIP AND 
GOOD CAMPUS CITIZENSHIP ARE 
BASIC REQUIREMENTS FOR 
CONSIDERATION PROFICIENCY IN 
AT LEAST ONE OF THE FIVE MAJOR 
PHASES OF CAMPUS LIFE IS 
EXPECTED THESE ARE: 
SCHOLARSHIP: ATHLETICS; SOCIAL 
SERVICE, AND RELIGIOUS 
ACTIVTIVES AND CAMPUS 
GOVERNMANT: JOURNALISM, 
SPEECH AND THE MASS MEDIA; 
CREATIVE AND THE PERFORMING 
ARTS. 

THE PURPOSE OF ODK IS ALSO TO 
BRING TOGETHER MEMBERS OF THE 
FACULITY AND STUDENT BODY OF 
THE INSTITUTION ONA BASIC OF 
MUTUAL INTEREST AND 
UNDERSTANDING. 




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Counseling Center 




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Health Center 




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Putters 






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Crafts From The Craft Center 








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"We have not seen the beginning 
of the end, but perhaps we have seen 
the end of the beginning . . ." 




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"We was a great man and a 
talented and perceptive writer. 
-Public Affairs school 
research associate 
Robert Pastor 




Campus Spanish literature professor Angel Rama was killed 
near Mardrid in one of the world's ten worst airplane crashes on 
November 27. 

Rama had taught here from 1979 until early 1983, but due to a 
visa battle with the federal Immigration and Naturalization 
Service (an unspecified "subversive" classification had been placed 
on his visa), the world reknowned author and literature critic was 
forced into a one-year sabbatical, denied his great love — teaching. 



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On November 20, millions of 
Americans sat transfixed in front of 
their television screens, horrified by 
the nuclear nightmare presented that 
evening by ABC television. 

But even more disheartening than 
the mere thought of those fictional 
events actually occuring were the 
public debates which followed: 
"What are we going to do when the 
bomb is dropped?" 

One would think that instead 
people would have said, "Well, there 
are a lot of reasons why the bomb 
might be dropped, but there's no 
reason why it HAS to." 





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"Mankind Must Put An End To War, Before 

War Puts An End To Mankind" 




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Mohamed Abdelsalam 

Accounting 

Barry Abel 

Marketing 

Eve Abrams 

Chemical Engineering 

Murray Abrams 

Finance 

Jacqueline Accorti 

RTVF 



Maurice Acriche 

Finance 

Jayne Adams 

Gov't, and Politics 

John Adams 

Dorothy Adamson 

English Education 

Susan Adelman 

History 



Tanya Adesevn 

Urban Management 

Linda Lee Adey 

Interior Design 

Cynthia Adkins 

Textile Merchandising 

Jill Adwar 

Kinesiology 



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Though to be today's heroes, we 
need not look for our strength in 
the past, the past (with all of its 
lessons) is something we dare not 
forget. Here, then, look back upon 
the U.M.C.P. of yore. First up: 
the College of Medicine, after the 
Civil War. 



Elizabeth Agayoff 
Geography 
Harmeen Ahuja 
Zoology/ Psychology 
James Aist 
Gov't & Politics 
Steven Akers 
Marketing 
Deborah Aksler 
Conservation 



Ronnie Albert 
Marketing 
Gary Alexander 
Mechanical Engr. 
Barbara Allen 
Journalism 
Laurie Allenspach 
Economics 
Howard Allentoff 
Psychology 



Julia Allspach 
Richard Alpert 
Fire Protection Engr. 
Shahriar Amiri 
Mechanical Engr. 
David Andersen 
General Studies 
Kimberly Anderson 
Textile Marketing/Fashion 



Rowland Anderson II 
Electrical Engr. 
Missy Andreone 
Criminology 
Chrisopher Andrews 
Finance 



Torin Andrews 

Computer Science 

Mike Angel 

English 

Michael Anzmann 

Economics 



Francine Applewhite 
Psychology 
Sheryl April 
Business Marketing 
Neal Archer 
English 



217 



Janice /\rmsieau 

Criminology 

David Arnold 

Geography 

Jill Arnold 

Psychology 

Stephen Arnold 

Government/Politics 

Brock Arnone 

Mechanical Engr. 



Carlton Arrendell 

Economics 

Stephen Arrington 

Horticulture 

Ellen Asaka 

Marketing 

Richard Ashburn, Jr. 

Economics 

Marc Assaraf 

Fina n ce/Econ/French 



Crystal Athey 

Civil Engineering 

Penny Atkins 

Psychology 

Thomas Auer 

Accounting 

Gilbert Austin 

ENEE 




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The Rossborough Inn about 1885. 
That's Route 1 in front. 



Asim Baber 
Finance 

Shawn Badolato 
Speech Comm. 
Daniel Bailey 
Economics 
Susan Bailey 
Computer Science 
Edward Bakal 
Economics 



Bruce Baker 
Electrical Engr. 
Carrie Baker 
Interior Design 
Christopher Baker 
Gov't & Politics 
Wendy Baker 
Business 
Jay Balakirsky 
Electrical Engr. 



Mary Balash 
Physical Sciences 
Robert Ballard 
Law Enforcement 
Odessa Banks 
Law Enforcement 
Marquita Banner 
Gov't & Politics 
Santa Barbaro 
Textile Marketing 



Erica Barditch 
Botany 

Bonnie Barger 
Chemical Engr. 
Catherine Barham 
Journalism 




Patricia Barilla 
Finance 
Lynn Barnett 
Gov't & Politics 
Susan Barnett 
Dance 



David Barry 

Chemical Engr. 

Joy Barshook 

Speech Communication 

Gloria Bartholomew 

Marketing 



219 



Debora Bartlcy 

Janet Barloletti 

Elementary Education 

Helen Bartsoca 

Accounting 

Alfred Basile 

Industrial Tech 

Lynn Baskerville 

Secretarial Ed 



Pamela Bassett 

RTVF 

Benjamin Bates 

Architecture 

Aimee Bauer 

RTVf 

Jane Baum 

Interior Design 

Francis Beachem 

Industrial Tech 



Gordon Bean 

Mechanical Engr. 

Jacquelyn Bean 

General Studies 

Jenniece Bearce 

Textile Marketing 

Charlene Beaulieu 

General Studies 




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Alison Bedarf 
Fashion Merch. 
Sarah Beerman 
Computer Science 
Teeri Beitel 
Fashion Merch. 
Julie Belcher 
English 
David Bell 
Gov't & Politics 



Michael Bell 

Criminology 

David Seller 

Animal Science 

(idgar Bellinger. Jr. 

History 

Stacy Bellmore 

Marketing 

Aeronita Belo 

Special Ed. 



Rhonda Belt 
Criminology 
Lishka Benes 
RTVF 

Cheryl Bennett 
Psychology 
Karen Bennett 
Animal Science 
Lance Bennett 
Mechanical Engr. 



William Bennett 
Law Enforcement 
Ellen Benson 
Econ/Gov't 
James Bergen 
Animal Science 



Carol Berilla 
Advertising Design 
Francine Berk 
Internat'l Business 
David Berlin 
Accounting 



Lee Berlinsky 
Government 
Roberto Bermudez 
Civil Engr. 
Bryan Berringer 
Mechanical Engr. 



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Michelle Berry 

Law Enforcement 

Robert Berry, Jr. 

Fire Protection Engr. 

Ross Beschner 

Agricultural Engr. 

Adam Bessen 

Government 

Annette Best 

Social Studies Ed. 



David Betman 

Finance 

Robert Betz 

Chemical Engr. 

Karen Biehn 

Accounting 

Allan Bieler 

Finance 

Susan Bigler 

Fashion Merchandising 



Robert Bilbrey 

Accounting 

Ronald Billingsley 

Business/ Management 

Gino Biondi 

Economics 

David Birk 

Fire Protection Engr. 



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Robert Bitting 
Mechanical Engr. 
Suzanne Bivans 
Civil Engr. 
Barbara Black 
Law Enforcement 
Craig Black 
Gen. Bio. Sciences 
Lisa Blaineal 
Gov't & Politics 



Kenneth Blake 
Computer Science 
Sabrina Blake 
Computer Science 
Leslie Blanck 
Elementary Ed. 
David Biankman 
Electrical Engr. 
Cynthia Blecker 
Marketing 



Bonnie Block 
.lournalism 
Joni Block 
Economics 
Joel Bloom 
Computer Science 
Beth Blumberg 
Dietetics 
Loretta Bodison 
General Studies 



Catherine Boehme 

French 

Sharon Anne Begins 

Individual Studies 

Ellen Boginsky 

Psychology 



Carol Boisseau 
Sociology/Business 
Raquel Boluda 
Accounting 
Lisa Bond 
Afroamerican Stud. 



Jane Bonomo 
Civil Engr. 
Ann Boone 
Communica tions 
K. Scott Booth 
Accounting 



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Toni-lyn Boreisha 

Psychology 

Dena Boris 

General Studies 

Scott Bornstein 

General Studies 

Sharon Borshay 

Recreation 

Jennifer Bon 

English Literature 



James Borzatti 

Mechanical Engr. 

Margaret Bouffier 

Accounting 

Carol Lynn Boughton 

Accounting 

Raymond Bouvier 

Accounting 

Perry Bowen 

History 



Robert Bowes 

Elementary Ed 

Paula Boyd 

RTVF 

Winfield Boyer 
Civil Engineering 

Andrea Bracaii 
Personnel Mngt. 




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Jacqueline Bradley 
Special Ed. 
Joan Bradley 
Animal Science 
Nathan Bradley 
Psychology 
J. Matthew Bradshaw 
Mechanical Engr. 
Cheryl Brady 
General Studies 



Dennis Brady 
Eire Protection Engr. 
Tina Marie Brady 
Fire Protection Engr. 
Cheryl Braun 
Criminal Justice 
John Breider 
General Studies 
Beth Brenner 
Marketing 



Amy Brennwald 
Psychology 
Jane Brelzfield 
English 

Robert Brewer 
Law Enforcement 
Jason Brinkley 
Finance 
Tracy Broady 
Biological Sciences 



Renee Brodsky 
Accounting 
Jackie Bronson 
Special Ed. 
Alyssa Brook 
Hearing and Speech 



Lisa Brooks 
Accounting 
Nancy Brooks 
Economics 
Terry Brooks 
Law Enforcement 



Lori Broser 
Psychology 
Joel Brotman 
Electrical Engr. 
Penny Brous 
Finance 



Congratulations Seniors from the University Book Center 225 



Aaron Brown 

Criminology 

Carolyn Brown 

Government 

Christopher Brown 

International Relations 

Jennifer Brown 

Theatre 

Jude Brown 

Kinesiological Science 



Mary Brown 

English 

Susan Brown 

Nursing 

George Brownlee 

Marketing 

Randi Bruh 

Special Education 

Kurt Brungraber 

General Studies 



Deborah Brushe 

Criminology 

Renee Bryan 

RTVF 

John Bryant 

RTVF 

Debbie Bucalo 

Psychology 




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Rodney Budd 
Law Enforcement 
Kathcrine Buhl 
Carolyn Bunke 
Interior Design 
Jennifer Buran 
Criminology 
Daniel Burch 
Criminal Justice 



Steven Burdelski 
Law Enforcement 
Gregory Burdick 
Industrial Tech. 
Michael Burdusi 
General Studies 
Lily Burgess 
General Studies 
Edward Burke 
Mechanical Engr. 



Maura Burke 
Journalism 
David Burkhart 
Fire Protection Engr. 
Thomas Burton 
Accounting 
Patricia Butler 
Recreation 
Tracey Butler 
Economics 



William Butler 
Accounting 
Gordon Butler, Jr. 
Personnel & Labor Rel. 
Jackson Bwewusa 
Agricultural Engr. 



Scott Byrd 
Electrical Engr. 
Kevin Byrnes 
Marketing 
Susan Byrnes 
Special Ed. 



Debra Bythewood 
Medical Sociology 
Lauren Cadeaux 
Personnel & Labor Rel. 
Benjamin Cahan 
Computer Science 



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Victoria Cain 

Criminology 

Catherine Cairo 

FMCD 

Renee Calagna 

Fashion Merch. 

Cherie Caldwell 

Personnel/ Labor Relat. 

Rex Caldwell 

Economics 



James Calhoun 

Architecture 

Cynthia Callahan 

Economics/ Prela w 

Tiernie Callnin 

General Studies 

Christi Calvert 

Biological Science 

Jeffrey Calvert 

Aerospace Engr. 



John Campanella 

Electrical Engr. 

Kenneth Campanile 

Business/RTVF 

Robert Campbe 

Biochem/Pre- Med 

Michael Campo 

Transportation 



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Daniel Canaan 

Economics 

Cindy Candiotti 

Special-Elmtry, Ed. 

Michael Canning, Jr. 

General Studies 

Theresa Cannon 

Marketing 

Michael Cannon, Jr. 

Accounting 



Louis Capanneili 
Marketing 
Joan Capodice 
Horticulture 
Lois Carani 
Cynthia Carapellucci 
A dvertising Design 
Sandy Carin 
Hearing/Speech Therapy 



Stephanie Carieton 
Fashion Merchandising 
Mark Carnie 
Computer Science 
Julie Caron 
RTVF 

Eduardo Carpio 
Architecture 
Deborah Carr 
English 



Robert Carr 
Finance 

Eusebio Carrasco 
Frnch. /Spanish Ed. 
Stephen Carroll 
Finance/ Economics 



William Carroll 
RTVF 

Melanie Carter 
Fashion Merchandising 
William Carter 
Economics 



Michael Caselli 
Nuclear Engr. 
Ricardo Cassorla 
Economics 
Gerard Castelli 
Accounting 



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Psychology 


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General Business 




Tracy Celi 


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Marketing 


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Elizabeth Cermak 
Marketing 


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Peter Cermak 

General Business 

Michael Cerria 

Marketing 

Lewis Chabot 

Accounting 

Nancy Chabot 

Anthropology 

Mary Grace Chacos 

Govt/Politics 



Karen Chancy 

Marketing 

Hower Chang 

ENME 

Si-Li Chang 

Electrical Engr. 

Sijung Chang 

Computer Science 




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Yoon Chang 
Computer Science 
Brett Cahpman 
Law Enforcement 
Jill Charney 
RTVF 

Steven Chase 
Marketing 
Ravi Chedaiavada 
Nuclear Engr. 



Susan Cheiken 
RTVF 
Jill Cheiiik 
Pre Law 
Jeannie Chen 
Accounting 
Shu-Ang Chen 
Chemical Engr. 
Sheela Cherian 
Economics 



Leigh-Anne Cherrix 
Personnel/Labor Rel. 
Joseph Cherry 
Zoology 

Michael Chiarito 
Mechanical Engr. 
Eunho Choe 
Criminology 
Christina Cipriotti 
Accounting 



Christopher Clark 
Electrical Engr. 
Karen Clark 
Journalism 
Teri Clark 
Psychology 



Cheryl Clayton 
Marketing 
Kimberlee Clayton 
Gov't/ Politics 
Beth Clearfield 
Hearing and Speech 



Lisa Clemente 
Business Finance 
Jack Clevland 
RTVF 

Catherine Coble 
Hearing and Speech 



Congratulations Seniors from the University Book Center 231 



Timothy Cochran 

Marketing 

Almo Cockrell 

Psychology 

Carolyn Coffey 

Journalism 

Kimberly Coffinan 

Fashion Merch. 

Barbara Cohen 

Recreation 



Da,vid Cohen 

Journalism 

David Cohen 

Accounting 

Harris Cohen 

Marketing 

Sherri Cohler 

Marketing 

Ellen Cohn 

Psyc/Law Enforcement 



Ben Coleman 

General Studies 

Barbara Collier 

General Studies 

Margaret Collins 

Elementary Ed. 

C. Bradford Collins III 

Civil Engr. 




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Albert Comeau 
Finance 
Jon Conner 
Horticulture 
Pamela Conner 
Kinesiology 
Adrienne Connor 
Hearing & Speech 
Thomas Connor 
Econ/Gov't 



Stephen Connors 
Finance 

Maryclaire Conway 
Linda Cooke 
Kinesiological Sci. 
Terri Cooke 
Journalism 
Michael Cooley 
Electrical Engr. 



Gale Cooper 

Law Enforcement 

Julie Ann Cooper 

Zoology 

Ronald Cooper 

Biochemistry 

Alison Cooperman 

Psychology 

Belinda Coopersmith 

Marketing 



Carol Cope 
Nutrition Rsrch. 
Juan Correa 
Electrical Engr. 
Annette Corsino 
RTVF 



Lisa Cote 

Sociology /Womens Stdy. 

Michael Coughlan 

Marketing 

Craig Cousineau 

Accounting 



Charlye Covert 
Anthropology 
Clifford Cowden 
Mechanical Engr. 
Maryellen Cox 
RTVF 



Lots of Luck Seniors from the Three Brothers 233 



Patrick Cox 

Marketing 

Harry Cranston 

Mechanical Engr. 

Theresa Cranston 

William Crawford 

Political Science 

Ann Creamer 

Animal Science 



James Creegan 

Computer Science 

Jonathon Crell 

Finance 

Joan Crichton 

Sociology/Spa nish 

Bruce Crock 

Electrical Engr. 

Michael Croes 

Psychology 



Paige Cronlund 

Gov't/ Politics 

Linda Crosby 

Secretarial Ed. 

Patrica Crosby 

Hearing/Spch. Sci. 

Daniel Crow 

Advertising Design 




234 Lots of Luck Seniors from the Three Brothers 




"if-^V"".--^:';-..-'-'- 







Mary Crow 

Spch. Comm. 

Glen Cullen 

English 

Rozanna Cumberbatch 

Economics 

Mary Cupelo 

Animal Science 

Tim Curry 

Interior Design 



Kelly Cuthbert 
Psychology 
Rodney Cyrus 
Marketing 
Vicki D'Antoni 
Sociology 
David Dagger 
Marketing 
Julietta Dahdah 
Finance 



Tracy Dahne 
Accounting 
Brian Daly 
General Studies 
Andrew Dantzler 
Astronomy 
Rosanne Danziger 
Marketing 
Kevin Darcey 
Government 



Kim Darland 
Computer Science 
Susan Darmstadter 
Marketing 
Melissa Darwin 
English 



Elizabeth Daughtry 

Zoology 

Mark Davidowitz 

General Business 

Natalie Davidson 

Marketing 



Bryant Davis 
Computer Science 
Paul Davis 
Marketing 
Robin Davis 
Art Education 



Lots of Luck Seniors from the Three Brothers 235 



Russell Davis 

Speech Comm. 

Robin Davitt 

Conserv./ Resource Dev. 

Katherine Dawson 

Journalism 

Caroline Day 

Journalism 

Brian Deegan 

Industrial Tech. 



Maria Defrancesco 

Special Ed. 

Clarence Delaine, Jr. 

IFSM 

Robert Delorenzo 

RTVF 

Denise Delozier 

Mechanical Engr. 

Paula Delucas 

Early Childhood Ed. 

Charity Dennis 

Government 

Deanna Denny 

Art Studio 

Karen Denoncourt 

Special Ed. 

Barbara Depompa 




236 





Andrew Desjardins 
Economics 
Judy Dessaur 
Marketing 
David Deutsch 
Gov'i/Politics 
Nina Devassal 
RTVF 

Deborah Devaux 
Microbiology 



Frances Deveney 
Journalism 
John Devlin 
Fire Protection Engr. 
Rebecca Devlin 
Speech Comm. 
Beth Di Maria 
Computer Science 
S. Dimo Diana 
Civil Engr. 



Thomas Debenedetto 

Marketing 

Eric Dickerson 

ENEE 

Linda Dickler 

Journalism/A dv. 

Ann Diephaus 

Mathematics 

Patrick Digennaro 

Pre-Law 



Jerome Dillard 
Psychology 
John Dillon 
Law Enforcement 
John Dillon 
Conservation 



Michael Dimarino 
Mechanical Engr. 
Sharon Dinan 
Journalism 
Elaine Director 
Microbiology 



Debbie Dirks 
Sociology 
Jamie Disharoon 
Sociology 
Rudi Distler 
Electrical Engr. 



Lots of Luck Seniors from Three Brothers 237 



Lisa Ditchek 

Psychology 

Joseph Dixon 

Electrical Engr. 

Lisa Dixon 

Mathematics 

Hao Do 

Music 

Brenda Dobbins 

Pre- Dental 



Robert Dobyns 

Electrical Engr. 

Glenn Doerman 

General Business 

Linda Doggett 

Special Ed. 

Elizabeth Domingo 

Journalism 

Jose Dominguez 

Zoology 



Nathan Dominitz 

Journalism 

Betty Dong 

Biochemistry 

Sharon Donlin 

Journalism 

Kevin Donoghue 

Finance 




238 





Kevin Dorgan 
Anne Marie Dormitzer 
Special Ed. 
Virginia Dormitzer 
Marketing 
Wayne Dorrell 
Industrial Tech. 
Valdowene Dorsey 



Sherrie Dostal 
Accounting 
John Doub 
Finance 
Gregory Douds 
Accounting 
George Douglas 
General Business 
Michele Dove 
Sociology 



Laura Downing 

Psychology/Journalism 

Sandra Drish 

Art Ed. 

Shari Druckman 

Kinesiology 

Kathleen Duchesne 

Dietetics 

Barbara Duffy 

Animal Science 



Christopher Duffy 
Recreation 
Sean Dugan 
Marketing 
Sandra Duncan 
FMCD 



Tammy Duncan 
Physical Ed. 
Paula Durbin 
English Lit. 
Colleen Durkin 
Finance 



Janet Dyer 
Advertising Design 
Jacqueline Earnshaw 
Special Ed. 
Michele Eaton 
Journalism 



Jill Kline lets get married soon from Bruce. 239 



Kelly Ebbert 

Fashion Merchandising 

Gary Echard 

Economics 

Brain Eckard 

RTVF 

Daniel Eckstein 

Zoology 

William Edelman 

Secondary Ed. 



Linda Edwards 

English 

David Eggerl 

Cheryl Eggers 

Horticulture 

Denise Eggers 

Gov't/Spanish 

Fred Ehrlich 

Business/ A cctng. 



Karen Ehrlich 

Advertising 

Ross Ehudin 

Marketing 

Stuart Eichler 

Accounting 

Eric Eidsness 

Business 




240 





Christian Einberg 
Mechanical Engr. 
Inas El-Sabban 
Physical Science 
Meiinda Elborn 
Animal Science 
David Elder 
Transportation 
Maureen Ella 
Finance 



Brenda Ellis 
Phychology 
Criston Ellis 
General Studies 
Scott Ellsworth 
Computer Science 
Dyena Elrod 
FMCD 
Ann Emery 
Marine Biology 



Ellen Encarnacion 
Econ/Go V 't/ Politics 
Douglas Englander 
Computer Applications 
Kathryn English 
Government 
Marni Enkeboll 
Recreation 
Johann Enslin 
Finance 



Keren Ensor 

Zoology 

Steve Epstein 

RTVF 

Mary Erickson 

Biological Science 



Joseph Ernst 
Kinesiology 
Julie Ernstein 
Anthropology 
Denise Espey 
Computer Science 



Patricia Essien 
Dietetics 
Eugene Estinto 
Electrical Engr. 
Todd Etelson 
Finance 



241 



Karen Ettershank 

Interior Design 

Barry F.uzeni 

Marketing 

Dorian Evans 

Textiles Marketing 

Eliot Faber 

Gen. Business/ Mgmt. 

Carol Falck 

Zoology 



Monica Fales 

Journalism 

David Fanaroff 

Marketing 

Lisa Farver 

Gov't/ Politics 

Farhang Farzad 

Civil Engr. 

Joel Fechter 

Biology 



Thomas Federline, Jr. 

Horticulture 

Gail Feinberg 

Law Enforcement 

Jane Feinberg 

Special Ed. 

Cheryl Feldman 

Special Ed 

Mindy Feinberg 




242 









Howard Feldman 
Accounting 
Pamela Fenster 
General Studies 
Kevin Ferrick 
English 

Maryanne Field 
Urban Studies 
Steve Field 
Accounting 



Ronald Fimiani 
Biological Sciences 
David Finkelstein 
Biology 
Annette Fieri 
Journalism 
Christine Fisher 
Animal Science 
Julie Fishkin 
Special Ed 



David Fishman 

English Lit 

Maria Fishman 

Horticulture 

Jennifer Fitzgerald 

RTVF 

Cheryl Flax 

Speech Communication 

Fred Fleisher 

RTVF 



James Flemming 
Mechanical Engr. 
Michael Flemming 
Biochemistry 
Martha Flesch 
Special Ed. 



Robert Fletcher 
Accounting 
Celine Flinn 
Kinesiology 
Luis Flores 
Marketing 



John Flyn 

Business 

Marianne Foehrkolb 

Mechanical Engr. 

Suzanne Fogle 

Biology 



243 



John Foley 

Fire Protection Engr. 

Caroline Ford 

RTVF 

Clyde Fortina 

Physics 

Catherine Foulks 

General Studies 

David Fowlie 

RTVF 



Alan Frank 

Accounting 

Susan Frank 

Personnel/ Labor Rel. 

Mary Franklin 

Elementary Ed. 

Claudia Fratkin 

Accounting 

Sandra Frazier 

General Studies 



Thomas Frederick 

Mechanical Engr. 

Suzanne Freinberg 

Marketing 

Richard Frew 

Geology 

Jeffrey Frey 

Transportation 



244 





Elsa Fridl 
Public Relations 
Lisa Fried 
Journalism 
Sari Friedlander 
Marketing 
Carol Friedman 
General Studies 
Richard Friedman 
Marketing 



Robin Friend 
Family Studies 
Jennifer Frisseil 
English Ed 
Ena Frohmann 
General Studies 
Roxanne Fulcher 
American Studies 
Carol Fulton 
Microbiogy 



Michael Furman 
Industrial Tech. 
Beth Futrovsky 
Accounting 
Wendy Futterweit 
Marketing 
Cindy Gabriel 
RTVF 

Theresa Galgon 
Advertising Design 



Barbara Gaiicia 
Journalism 
Richard Galla 
Piano Performance 
Anne Gallagher 
Psychology 



Joan Gallagher 
Finance 

Michael Gallagher 
Mechanical Engr. 
Gail Gallman 
Business Ed 



Alan Gamson 
Architec/Urban Stds. 
Alane Gangewere 
Advertising Design 
Helen Garbarini 
Marketing 



245 



James Garner 

Aerospace Engr. 

Dale Games 

Criminology 

Edward Garro, Jr. 

Political Science 

Geniece Gary 

Sociology 

Stephen Gaskill 

Journalism 



Phillippa Gasnier 

Economics 

Jean Gatto 

Mathematics 

Andrew Gauld 

Electrical Engr 

Christopher Gault 

Accounting 

Dawn Gayle 

Speech Comm. 



Carrie Gelber 

Early Childhood Ed 

Sherie Gerber 

Fashion Merchandising 

Kathy Gertier 

Health Ed 

Clifton Gilbert 

General Studies 




246 



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Michael Gilbert 
RTVF 
Tina Gill 
Special Ed 
Damita Gilliam 
Journalism 
David Gillotti 
Finance Economics 
Christopher Giordano 
Fire Protection Engr 



Stacy Giordana 
Journalism 
Steve Gitkin 
Computer Science 
Deborah Glabman 
General Studies 
Sharon Glass 
Accounting 
Michele Gieason 
Special Ed 



Jenny Glenn 

Physics 

Phyllis Glickman 

Finance 

Joyce Glover 

Biology 

William Goetzenberger 

Civil Engr. 

Hung Goh 

Electrical Engr. 



Alison Goldberg 

Journalism 

Allen Goldberg 

English 

Leslye Goldbert 



Lisa Goldberg 

Textile Marketing 

Robert Goldberg 

Finance 

Lisa Goldenberg 

Advertising Design 



Glenn Goldman 
Accounting 
Lawrence Goldman 
Microbiology 
Stuart Goldman 
Accounting 



247 



Alice Goldring 

Law Enforcement 

Deborah Goldstein 

Psychology 

Jan Goldstein 

Elementary Ed 

Janet Goldstein 

Accounting 

Karen Goldstein 

Hearing and Speech 



Marc Goldstein 

Government 

Steven Goldstein 

Accounting 

Helen Goldsticker 

Elementary Ed 

Stephanie Golliday 

General Studies 

Theresa Gomezplata 

Economics 



Jean Goolkasian 

Marketing 

David Gordon 

Gov't/ Politics 

Leslie Gordon 

Chemistry 

James Gorganious 

General Studies 




248 





Lawrence Gormley, Jr. 
Geography 
Karen Gottesman 
Institution Admin. 
Anne Goudreau 
Hearing and Speech 
Jacqueline Gouin 
Chemical Engr. 
Raymond Gould 
RTVF 



April Gower 
Photo Journalism 
Shari Garber 
Zoology 

Sharon Grabowski 
Journalism/Adv. 
Valerie Graff 
General Studies 
Susan Graham 
General Business 



John Grant 

General Studies 

Eric Granville 

Marketing 

Larry Graves 

Dance 

Mitchell Gray 

A ccounting/Finance 

Steven Grebow 

Accounting 



Jan Greco 
General Studies 
Joyce Greco 
Criminology 
Daniel Green 
General Studies 



Michael Green 
Industrial Tech 
Brian Greenberg 
Computer Science 
Moira Greenberg 
Accounting 



Jacqueline Greene 
Juliet Greer 
General Studies 
Catherine Grill 
Criminology/Socy. 



249 



Kathleen Grimes 

Fashion Merchandising 

Thomas Grimes 

Criminal Justice 

Elliott Gross 

Chemical Engineering 

Pamela Grossman 

RTVF 

Jay Gruber 

Law Enforcement 



Harry Grundy 

Broadcast Journalism 

Regina Guay 

Journalism 

Gerald Guido 

Accounting 

Julio Guinand 

ENCE 

Jenni Lee Guthrie 

Psychology 



Phillip Guthrie 

RTVF 

Joseph Gutridge 

Tonyia Guy 

Psychology 

Thuvan Ha 

RTVF 




250 





Susan Haaf 
Psychology 
Stephen Haaga 
Government 
Lisa Haberman 
Marketing 
Amy Hackerman 
Psychology 
Lori Hagberg 
General Biology 



Christine Hahn 
Computer Science 
John Haines 
Aerospace Engr. 
Hail Haleem 
Business Admin. 
Mitchell Halem 
Criminology 



John Haley 

Transportation 

Brenda Hall 

Early Childhood Ed 

Charles Hall 

Accounting 

Tracy Hall 

Chemistry 

Irene Hamburger 

Sociology 

Margaret Hamburger 
English Lit 
Mark Hammill 
Gov't/ Politics 
Richard Hamilton 
Marketing 



Debra Hammer 

Hearing and Speech 

Anthony Hammond 

Zoology 

Paula Hammond 

RTVF 



Gayle Hanan 
Chemistry 
John Hand 
Economics 
Haidee Hanna 
Government 



251 



David Hannon 

Psychology 

Heidi Hansen 

Therapeutic Recr. 

Kathryn Harcum 

Computer Science 

Steven Hardesty 

Mechanical Engr. 

Emmett Harieston 

Industrial Tech. 



Karen Harloff 

Spanish 

Gregory Harraka 

Industrial Tech 

James Harrington 

Computer Science 

Alorin Harris 

Family Studies 

Daniel Harris 

Mechanical Engr. 



Deanna Harris 

Accounting 

Michael Harris 

Business 

Stephen Harris 

Industrial Tech 

James Hartranft 

Mechanical Engr. 




252 





Steven Hasemann 

Electrical Engr. 

Donald Hashagen 

Law Enforcement 

Lynn Hatheway 

Sociology 

Frederick Haub, Jr. 

RTVF 

David Haughton 

Kinesiology 



Ann Hayes 
Elementary Ed 
Stephen Hazel 
English 
Charles Hean 
Mechanical Engr. 
Mary Heberle 
Sociology 
Leroy Hedgepeth 
RTVF 



Robyn Heilbronner 
General Studies 
Denise Heim 
Journalism/PR 
Karen Heineman 
Education 
Claudia Heisler 
Education 
Amy Heit 
American Studies 



Lori Heitner 

FMCD 

Laurel Hemmig 

Elementary Ed 

Cheryl Henderson 

Marketing 



Mary Hennessey 

English 

Timothy Hennessey 

Mechanical Engr. 

Elizabeth Henry 

English 



Tanya Henry 
Mark Hensler 
Geology 
Erin Hensley 
Journalism/Adv. 



253 



Richard Hepburn 

Economics 

David Herbert 

Computer Science 

Deborah Herbert 

Accounting 

Joyce Herring 

Nutrition 

Ruth Herring 

Special Ed 



Anne Heuisler 

Economics 

Brian Heustis 

Economics 

Stephen Hibbard 

Journalism 

Michael Higdon 

Horticulture 

Diane Hill 

Government 



Rodney Hill 

Law Enforcement 

Rustan Hill 

Susan Hilton 

Journalism/A dv. 

Kei Hirabayashi 

Accounting 




254 





Bruce Hirshan 

Marketing 

Karen Hoberman 

Animal Science 

Flora Hoch 

Dietetics 

James Hochmuth 

Horticulture 

Rebecca Hodgdon 

Recreation 



Minday Hoffman 
Marketing 
Charles Hogan 
Computer Science 
Edward Hogg 
Business/ Econ. 
Barbara Holcombe 
Marketing 
Yvette Holland 
English 



Andre Holmes 
Geography/Ca rtography 
Elizabeth Holmes 
American Studies 
Karen Holtz 
General Studies 
Steve Horn 
Managment Science 
Dong Hong 
Gov't/ Politics 



Stacy Honowitz 
Criminology 
Suzanne Hope 
Physical Education 
Suzanne Hopper 



Mary Horn 
Microbiology 
William Hornbach 
Marketing 
Lori Horwitz 
Business 



Sharon Horowitz 

RTVF 

Keith Horton 

Law Enforcement 

Barbara Hoss 

Business Communications 



255 



Carol Moulder 

Electrical Engr. 

Benjamin Howard 

Business 

Greg Howard 

Electrical Engr. 

James Howard 

Economics 

Twyla House 



R. Carol Hoxie 

Journalism/PR 

Rodney Hsing 

Economics 

Christina Hubbard 

Journalism 

Dwayne Hubbard 

History/Pre Law 

Cynthia Hudson 

Personnel Mgmt. 



Lorraine Hudson 

Scientific Journ. 

Aileen Hughes 

General Studies 

Michael Hughes 

Computer Science 

Susan Hughes 

Recreation 




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Jill Kline: Let's get married soon. Love, Brian Degan 



256 





Thomas Hung 
Computer Science 
Matthew Hurwitz 
Civil Engr. 
Vernon Hustead 
Horticulture 
Dave Huting 
Finance/ Economics 
Anne Hutzenbiler 
Dietetics 



Cindy Hyman 
Criminology 
Robert lerardi 
Industrial Manufac. 
Michael Iglesias 
Civil Engr. 
Susan Imwold 
Conserv./ Resource 
John Ireland 
Accounting 



Mary Istvan 
General Studies 
Daryl Jackson 
Personnel/Labor Rel. 
Donna Jackson 
Family Studies 
Katherine Jackson 
English 
Keith Jackson 
Information Sys. Mgmt. 



Patrick Jackson 
Mechanical Engr. 
Robin Jackson 
General Studies 
Thomas Jackson 
RTVF 



Thomas Jackson 
Business 
Brenda Jacobs 
Economics 
Keith Jacobs 
History 



Lorraine Jacobs 
General Business 
Shari Jacobs 
Government 
Benecia Jacoff 
Economics 



257 



Richard Jaffe 

Microbiology 

Preston James, Jr. 

Accounting 

Joseph Jardin 

Fire Protection Engr. 

Vincent Jarvie 

Behav/Social/Pre Law 

Julia Jeffries 

Computer Science 



Mary Jennings 

Biological Science 

Sharon Jennings 

FMCD 

Tammy Jensen 

Kinesiology 

Lisa Jerry 

Gov't/Politics 

Steven Johns 



Angela Johnson 

Gov't/Politics 

Barry Johnson 

Finance/Economics 

Deborah Johnson 

Accounting 

Douglas Johnson 

Computer Science 




258 





Franklin Johnson 
Gov't/ Politics 
James Johnson 
History 

Juliana Johnson 
Business 

Gerald Johnston 
Government 
James Joines, Jr. 
Mechanical Engr. 



Carl Jolly 
Chemical Engr. 
Craig Jones 
Computer Science 
Kimberli Jones 
Pre Law/ Law 
Enforcement 
Michael Jones 
Geology 
Tom Jones 
Civil Engr. 

Leah Joppy 
Criminology 
Gregory Jordan 
Law Enforcement 
Marshall Jose 
Electrical Engr. 
Amy Josephson 
General Studies 
Kenneth Judd 
Accounting 



Karen Judge 
Textile Marketing 
Brian Kaisler 
Criminology 
Abbe Kanarek 
Journalism 



Michael Kane 
Civil Engr. 
Martha Kanowicz 
Fashion Design 
Eileen Kao 
Urban Studies 



Bradley Kaplon 
English 

Vivian Karajan 
Computer Science 
James Karayinopulos 
Mechanical Engr. 



259 



Laura Karlander 

Management & Consumer 

Jody Karp 

Computer Science 

Lori Kasaniatsu 

Sociology 

Ira Kasoff 

General Studies 

Helene Kasser 

Urban Studies/Planning 



Katherine Kastning 

Management & Consumer 

Manju Katyal 

Computer Science 

Debbie Katz 

Personnel Management 

Russell Katz 

Gov't/Politics 

Stephen Katz 

Biological Science 



Myung Kaug 

Computer Science 

Sheryl Kay 

Shahram Kazemzadeh 

Mechanical Engr. 

Lisa Keady 




260 





Patrick Kearney 
Economics 
Blase Keating 
Journalism 
John Keating 
Economics 
Gabrieiie Keller 
Government 
Susan Kelley 
Journalism 



Colleen Kelly 
Microbiology 
Colleen Kelly 
Microbiology 
Susan Kelly 
Animal Science 
Cindy Keisey 
Accounting 
Dallas Kennedy 
Phsyics 



Deana Kensler 
General Studies 
Karen Kestel 
Journalsism 
Kevin Key 
Electrical Engr. 
Kimberly Keyes 
Journalism 
Nikki Kideys 
Finance 



Karen Kidwell 
Early Childhood Ed. 
Robert Kim 
Computer Science 
Seung Kim 
Business Mgmt. 



Y Annee Kim 
Economics 
Leigh Kimzey 
Criminology 
Karen Kinkade 
Elementary Ed. 



Karen Kinkade 
Elementary Ed. 
Lawrence Kinsey 
Business 
Valerie Kipnis 
Journalism 



261 



Catherine Kirchner 

English 

Jeffrey Kirchner 

A rchitecture 

John Kirsch 

Computer Science 

Laura Kirsch 

Family Studies 

Randee Kirson 

Psychology 



Deborah Kittle 

Animal Science 

Brian Klam 

Journalism 

Anne Kiaric 

Elementary Ed. 

Karen Klauticy 

Economics 

Elliot Klayman 

RTVF 



Steven Kleeman 

Economics 

Melissa Klein 

Marketing 

Holly Klementz 

Applied Design 

Thomas Klimkosky 

Economics 




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Jill Kline 
General Studies 
Barbara Klotzman 
RTVF 

Rosemary Kobue 
Dietetics 
Beth Koch 
Psychology 
Pete Koch 
General Studies 



Alfred Kocher 
General Studies 
Khalil Kodsi 
Civil Engr. 
Michele Koenigsberg 
General Studies 
Christina Kolac 
Transportation 
Lisa Kolman 
Sociology 



Monique Koob 
Chemistry 
Brenda Kooken 
Anthropology 
John Kopczynski 
Mechanical Engr. 
Susan Koricki 
Elementary Ed. 
Patricia Korolevich 
Ma rketing/Spanish 



Robin Kory 

Finance 

Joseph Koshnick 

English Literature 

Evelyn Kosow 

Journalism/ Advertising 



Andrew Kostecka 
Economics 
Edward Kovalcik 
Computer Science 
Ati Kovi 
Economics 



Marianne Krall 
Zoology 
Jean Kramer 
RTVF 

Julie Kramer 
Zoology 



263 



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Leslie Krane 

RTVF 

Cheryl Kratzner 

Law Enforcement 

Burton Kraus 

Marketing 

Laurie Kraus 

Michael Kreft 

Mechanical Engr. 



Michael Kreger 

Conserva tion/ Resource 

Cathleen Krouse 

Animal Science 

Jefferey Kruman 

Accounting 

Thomas Kubic 

Horticulture 

Kristine Kuchenbrod 



John Kunsemiller 

Mechanical Engr 

Susan Kunst 

Chemistry 

Mary Kuzminsky 

Botany 

Lan Kwok 

Accounting 




264 



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Hilda Labrada 
Gov't/ Politics 
Margaret Labrada 
General Studies 
Roye Lacour 
General Studies 
Deborah Lahr 
Theatre 
Gary Laios 
Finance 



Adhinayak Lai 
Chemistry 
Trang Lam 
Computer Science 
Grace Lamarsh 
Advertising Design 
James Lambert 
Civil Engr. 
Lyn Lammert 
Marketing 



Greta Lampkin 
Computer Science 
Debra Land 
Personnel /Labor Rel. 
Richard Landon 
Government 
Sean Lane 
Marketing 
Judy Lanehart 
Governemnt 



Culbert Laney 
Mathematics 
Dean Langdon 
Marketing/Transp. 
Patrice Langford 
Marketing/Bus. Mgmt. 



Mary Lanier 
Computer Scinece 
Michele Lanphear 
Kinesiology 
Anthony Lasala 
Economics 



Jody Lasky 
Sociology 
Elizabeth Lassen 
Penny Lau 
RTVF 



265 



Jennifer Laue 

Math Ed. 

Timothy Lavalle 

Engineering 

Christopher Law 

Gov't/ Politics 

Randi Leader 

Journalism 

Mark Leaman 

Finance 



Mark Learn 

Zoology 

Alexandra Leavitt 

Anth/Computer Sci. 

Meryl Ledeer 

HESP 

Eileen Lee 

IVSP 

Jack Lee 

Mechanical Engr. 



John Lee 

Business/Marketing 

Shellmay Lee 

Sociology 

Walter Lee 

Mechanical Engr. 

Roger Lee, Jr. 

Government/Politics 




266 




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Kevin Lefcoe 
Gov't/ Politics 
Marco Legaluppi 
Engineering 
David Legg 
Mechanical Engr. 
Karen Lehman 
Gov't/ Politics 
Dorothy Lehrman 
Philosophy 



Phyllis Leibowitz 
RTVF 
Lori Leiman 
Hearing/Speech 
Glen Leiner 
Architecture Hstry. 
Marcia Leitch 
Accounting 
Andrea Lemire 
Fashion Merch. 



Martha Lenny 
General Studies 
Jean Lenz 
Special Ed. 
Patricia Leonard 
Marketing 
David Lerner 
Marketing 
Lucinda Lerner 
Marketing 



Elizabeth Leslie 
Special Ed. 
Lawrence Letow 
Law Enforcement 
Sheila Lett 
Hearing and Speech 



Jack Levengard 
Computer Science 
Harold Levenson 
Criminology 
Ariane Levine 
RTVF 



Susan Levine 
Early Childhood Ed. 
Jeffrey Levitt 
Accounting 
Howard Levy 
Microbiology 



267 



Stewart Levy 

Fire Protection Engr. 

June Leu 

Computer Science 

Amy Lewllyn 

Gov't/ Politics 

Perry Lewis 

Finance 

Shari Lewis 

RTVF 



William Lewis 

Civil Engr. 

Kenneth Li 

Electrical Engr. 

Mary Li 

Accounting 

Roy Liebenthai 

Political Science 

Jacob Lifshtiz 

Computer Science 



Michael Lightfield 

Accounting 

Sandra Lilley 

Journalism 

Bonita Lilly 

Accounting 

North Lilly 

Microbiology 




268 




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Oon Cheng Lim 

Finance 

Boone Limpawuchara 

Mechanical Engr. 

Barry Linchuck 

Chemical Engr. 

Eric Lindbeck 

Zoology 

Cindy Linkins 

Architecture 



Wendy Linthicum 

Animal Sciences 

Jamie Liptz 

Art Studio 

Stacy Litt 

Speeh Communications 

Jan Littleton 

Personnel/Labor Rel. 

Christopher Locke 

Finance 



Darryl Logan 
Mechanical Engr. 
Carol Loman 
General Studies 
Lisa Lombardi 
Criminology 
Sean Lonergan 
Journalism/Gov't/Poltcs. 
Joseph Lon 
Government 



Robin Long 
Elementary Ed. 
Carmelita Lopez 
Marketing Econ. 
Wai Lor 
Computer Science 



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Donna Loyola 


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269 



Anna Lucente 

Psychology 

Amy Lustine 

English 

Nguyet Ly 

Spanish 

Beih Maccon 

Law Enforcement 

Gregg MacDonald 

Electrical Engr 



Raymond MacDougall 

Journalism 

Carolyn Mackie 

Agricultural Econ. 

David Macmillan 

Marketing 

James Madigan III 

Arts Administration 

Mary Madle 

Government 



Thomass Magee 

Mechanical Engr. 

Marc Magid 

Finance 

Michael Mahoney 

Economics 

Michael Maistros 




270 





Marirose Malilay 
Hea ring/Speech 
Monie Malone 
Criminology 
Patricia Maltagliati 
Math Education 
David Mandeiblatt 
Biochemistry 
Jennifer Manzke 
Industrical Tech. 



Julie Maras 
Civil Engr. 
Laura Marceron 
Accounting 
Michael March 
Law Enforcement 
Sharon Marconi 
Marketing 
Patricia Marcopulos 
Marketing 



Daniel Marcus 
Accounting 
Kendall Marcus 
Biochemistry 
Bonnie Margolin 
Elementary Ed. 
Fran Margolin 
Elementary Ed. 
Stewart Markbreiter 
RTVF 



Joyce Mario 
Marketing 
Walter Marlow 
Electrical Engr. 
Carolyn Marschall 
Special Ed. 



Mary Beth Marsden 

RTVF 

Michael Marshall 

General Studies 

Anne Patrice Martin 

Personnel 



Krista Martin 
General Studies 
Maria Martinez 
General Studies 
Vyviahn Martinez 
Dance 



271 



Thomas Martino 

Transportation 

Segametsi Maruapula 

Dietetics 

Robert Marvel 

Government 

Michael Maryn 

Economics 

Kandida Mascaro 

Public Relations 



Patricia Mascone 

Advertising Design 

Stephen Mason 

Gov't/ Politics 

Roger Masse 

Computer Science 

Millicent Massey 

RTVF 

Nancy Mastorio 

Gov't/ Politics 



Mark Mastriopolito 

Government 

Neeta Mathur 

General Studies 

Seema Mathur 

Accounting 

Marc Matthews 

Finance 




272 









Regina Matusek 

Socy/Crim 

Sandra Leigh Mauriello 

Journalism 

Meryl Mazursky 

Business/ Mgmt. 

Matthew McCann 

Gov't/ Politics 

Michael McCann 

General Studies 



Stacy McMarn 

Early Childhood Ed. 

Brian McCarthy 

Architecture 

Kevin McCarthy 

Industrial Tech. 

Maribeth McCarthy 

English 

Michael McCartin 

Horticulture 



Kathryn McCauley 

Special Ed. 

Mary Gayle McClain 

RTVF 

Randall McCombs 

Economics 

Julia McConnell 

Finance 

Deborah McCord 

Computer Science 



Michael McCormick 

English 

Kerry McDonald 

Animal Science 

Lisa McEneaney 

Journalism 



Tamala McGee 
Music Education 
Joseph McGoogan 
Government 
Christopher McGorty 
Economics 



Mitzi McGrady 
Journalism 
Denise McGrath 
General Studies 
Thomas McHugh 



273 



Devon Mcintosh 

Physics/ Electrical t-ngr. 

Kevin Mclntyrc 

Mechunical Engr. 

Reid McKcown 

Mechanical Engr. 

Mary Rita McLister 

Elementary Ed. 

Donald McMilicn, JR. 

Aerospace Engr. 



Susan McNamara 

RTVF 

Anne McPherson 

Advertising Design 

Mary McPherson 

Gov't/ Politics 

Monica McPherson 

Government 

Teresa McTigue 

Zoology 




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Dana Meadows 




Food Science 




Steven Mealy 




Advertising Design 


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274 





Sasan Mehrabanzad 
Civil Engr. 
Richard Meiburger 
Accounting 
Anne Meixner 
Electrical Engr. 
Roy Melton 
Journalism/PR 
Carolyn Menne 
Special Ed. 



Kimberly IVferedith 
Interior Design 
Heidi Mergenthaler 
RTVF 

Karen Mergler 
Computer Science 
Marlene Mermeistein 
Marketing 
William Metzler 
Electrical Engr. 



Michelle Meyers 
Journalism 
Bahram Meyssami 
Chemical Engr. 
Behrouz Meyssami 
Chemical Engr. 
Sylvia Michaels 
Marketing 
Matthew Milano 
Psychology 



Martha Mileur 
Fashion Merchandising 
Cheryl Miller 
RTVF 
Cindy Miller 
Consumer Economics 



Dale Miller 
History/ Foreign Rel. 
Donna Miller 
Accounting 
Douglas Miller 
Journalism 



Kevin Miller 
Economics 
Lynn Miller 
Accounting 
Phillip Miller 
Mechanical Engr. 



275 



Rosalie Miller 

Physical Ed 

Sherri Miller 

Criminology 

Andrea Mion 

Merchandising 

Beverly Mistove 

Economics 

Yvette Mitchell 

Marketing 



Cynthia Molinaro 

Recreation 

Noel Monardes 

Zoology 

Daniel Monias 

Marketing 

Thelowious Monk 

Animal Science 

Maria Patricia Monies 

Psychology 



Christopher Moon 

Personnel/ Labor Rel. 

Craig Moon 

Chemical Engr. 

James Moore 

Special Ed. 

Virginia Moore 

Journalism 




276 




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Julio Morales 
Accounting 
Catherine Moran 
Special Ed. 
Joseph Morgan 
Decision/Info. Science 
Marylynne Morgan 
Journalism 
Patricia Morgen 
Finance 



Minerva Moriole 
Gov't/ Politics 
Linda Morison 
Computer Science 
Joseph Morrison 
Electrical Engr. 
Cynthia MOrton 
Interior Design 
Cynthia Morton 
Interior Design 



Keith Morton 

Journalism 

Rosalyn Morton 

Personnel 

Joseph Morton, Jr. 

Accounting 

Lisa Moskowitz 

Marketing 

Glenn Mosley 

Communications 



Cheryl Moss 
Journalism 
Ramona Moy 
Computer Science 
Stasia Mozynski 
Criminology 



Catherine Mullett 

Spanish 

Charles Mullineaux, 

Industrial Tech. 

Carol Munn 

Marketing 



Jr. 



Angela Munno 
Nuclear Engineering 
Robert Murdock 
Management Science 
Suzanne Murley 
Personnel/Labor Rel. 



277 



Joan Murphy 

Marketing: 

Matthew Murphy 

Criminology 

Clarence Murray 

Industrial Tech. 

Marilyn Murvett 

Finance 

Christina Myers 

Electrical Engr. 



Kimberly Myers 

Finance 

Rhea J. Myers 

Mathematics 

Shelley Myers 

Management 

Douglas Nace 

Conservation 

Nagi Nader 

Civil Engr. 



Roland Nairn III 

Family Studies 

Anne Navalaney 

Law Enforcement 

Noreen Nazarian 

Speech Communication 

Elena Nazario 

English 




278 




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Robert Nealon 

Crimin ology/ Psych . 

Rose Marie Neary 

English 

Lynn Needle 

HESP 

Lisa Nciberg 

RTVF 

J. Malcolm Neitzey 

History 



Julie Nelo 

Fashion Merchandising 
Franklin Nelson 
Aerospace Engr. 
Carol Neubberger 
General Studies 
Lawrence Neudorfer 
Gov't/ Politics 
Lori Nevder 
Economics 



Chi Nguyen 
Accounting 
John Nguyen 
Mechanical Engr. 
Linda Nichols 
Personnel/ Labor Rel. 
Richard Nicholson 
Computer Science 
Ivan Nieto 
Electrical Engr. 



Kathryn Niewenhous 
RTVF 

Alok Nigam 
Computer Science 
Arti Nigam 
Individual Studies 



Cynthia Nixon 
Marketing 
Glenn Noble 
Finance 

Marianne Norato 
Government 



Stephen Norman 
Computer Science 
Jill Norris 
Hea ring/Speech 
Kay Lawrence North 
Medical Photography 



279 



William Norton, Jr. 

Electrical Engr. 

Kimberley Norwood 

Music and French 

Gregory Nottingham 

Marketing 

Jean Novak 

Psychology 

Rovcrt Novick 

Economics 



Duncan Nutter 

Electrical Engr. 

Ihioma Nzeadibe 

Nancy O'Brien 

Computer Science 

Terry O'Connor 

Mary Ann O'Hara 

Chemistry 



Stephanie Obranovich 

Commercial Art/Theatre 

Catherine Obrien 

English Secondar Ed. 

Raymond Ogiesby 

A ccoun ting/Econ. 

Sung Oh 

General Studies 



280 




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John Ohara 
History 
Scott Oler 
Horticulture 
Robin Oliver! 
Biochemistry 
Christin Oisen 
Criminology 
Stephen Olson 
Economics 



Gabriela Orejas 
Education 
Stefanie Ormsby 
German 
Kristen Ostrom 
Special Ed. 
Brian Ott 
Civil Engr. 
John Owens 
Horticulture 



David Ozag 
Accounting 
Kimberly Packer 
Zoology 
Joanne Padron 
Spanish 
Lora Painter 
Microbiology 
Chomhong Pak 



Chong Pak 
Accounting 
Theresa Palerino 
RTVF 
Gregg Paley 
Government 



Thomas Panagos 

Speech Communications 

Debra Pancer 

Art Therapy/Psych 

Lynn Panholzer 

Zoology 



Andrea Parker 
RTVF/BMGT 
Dynthia Parks 
Accounting 
Michael Parsons 
Jdurnaiism 



261 





282 




Laura Pence 
General Studies 
Brian Penn 
Economics 
Karen Penney 
General Business 
Lisa Perez 
Hearing & Speech 
Trinidad Perez 
Art History 



Abby Perlman 
Goverment 
Ben Persinger 
Transportation 
Haifa Peter 
Sociology 
Christina Peters 
Women's Studies 
F. Chris Peters 
Marketing 



David Petersen 

English/Elem. Angst. 

Marc Peterson 

RTVF 

Michelle Peterson 

Kinesiology 

Sharon Pettis 

RTVF 

Levan Phan 

Computer Science 



James Phiicox 
Civil Engr. 
Vincent Piazza 
Accounting 
Maria Piccirilli 
Business Admin. 



Jonathan Pierce 
Computer Science 
Itiel Pinker 
Computer Science 
Scott Pinover 
Finance 



Cynthia Piper 
Apparel Design 
Phil Pipkin 
Polictical Science 
Julie James Pirie 
Comp. Sci./Elec. Engr. 



283 



Suzanne Pitluck 

Marketing 

Jeffrey Pitt 

General Studies 

Abby Plaksin 

Gov't/ Politics 

Stanley Plante 

Civil Engr. 

Laurie Piapinger 

Accouting 



Jami Plotkin 

Criminology 

Kenneth Plumley 

Law Enforcement 

John Ploak 

Mechanical Engr. 

Jay Poland 

Computer Science 

Laurie Ponofield 

Finance 



Darren Popkin 

Law Enforcement 

Eileen Popiaski 

Government 

Cheryl Porter 

General Studies 

Thomas Porter 

General Business 




284 





Dean Portney 

Economics 

David Posner 

RTVF 

Lynn Potashnick 

Hea ring/Speech 

Elisabeth Potosky 

Accounting 

Kenneth Potter 

Conserv. Resource Mgmt. 



Thomas Potts 
Accounting 
James Powell 
Criminology 
Marke Powell 
Law Enforcement 
Henrey Powell III 
General Business 
Leiie Prager 
RTVF 



Donna Sue Prather 

Economics 

Bannon Preston 

RTVF 

Christine Priborsky 

Accounting 

John Price 

Business 

Michael Price 

Marketing Transp. 



Patricia Pridgen 
Computer Science 
Elena Prisekin 
Germ/Russian Ling. 
Peter Prisekin 
Physics/Comp. Sci. 



D. Randall Prowom 
Women 's Studies 
James Puglia 
Philosophy 
Rosaria Puglisi 
Gov't/Politics 



Julia Pulzone 
Accounting 
Claude Pupkin 
Accounting 
Cheryl Purbaugh 
Textile Marketing 



285 



Nancy Quantock 

Urban Studies 

Barbara Quenvillu 

Elementary Ed. 

Randall Querry 

RTVF 

Denis Quis 

Finance 

Leslie Rademacher 

Conserv. Resource Mgmt. 



Deborah Ragan 

Studio Art 

Belinda Raguindin 

Psychology 

Young Jean Rah 

Zoology 

Lisa Raines 

American History 

Michael Rajacich 

Conservation 



Tiana Ralay 

Business 

Jay Raley 

Electrical Engr. 

Camilie Ramis 

Biochemistry 

Shanla Ramson 

Microbiology 



286 





Steven Ranck 
Economics 
Jaems Ransome II 
Education. English 
Leonard Rappaport 
Journalism 
David Rasmussen 
Business 
Keith Ratzman 
Computer Science 



Lisa Rawicz 
Hea ring/Speech 
Mark Rawlings 
Urban Studies 
Tamatha Ray 
Psychology 
Michael Raybuch 
Geography 
Mohammad Razavi 
Electrical Engr. 



Revert Reading 

Recreation 

Beverly Reed 

Psychology 

Lauren Reed 

A ccounting/ Finance 

Waiter Reed, Jr. 

Economics 

Harvey Reich 

Accounting 



Donovan Reid 
Advertising Design 
Andreas Reif 
German 
Therese Reilly 
Zoology 



Ivan Reisberg 
Accounting 
John Rietweisner 
Electrical Engr. 
Suzanne Remondini 
General Studies 



Christopher Renaldo 
U.S. History 
Barbara Rentzer 
Hea ring/Speech 
Anthony Rich 
Finance 



287 



Stephen Richard 

Susan Richards 

Hearing/Speech 

Deborah Richardson 

Textile Murkcling 

Elizabeth Richardson 

Psychology 

Leon Richardson 

Computer Science 



Mary Richardson 

General Studies 

Paul Richardson 

Finance 

Deborah Richman 

Journalism 

Gordon Richman 

Chemical Engr. 

David Richter 

Zoology 



Robert Riddle 

Journalism 

Gregory Ridgely 

Industrial Tech. 

Julie Ridinger 

Mathematics 

Martina Rigas 

General Studies 




288 





Mark Righter 
Electrical Engr. 
Mi Rim 
Economics 
Judith Ringle 
English 

Elizabeth Riordan 
General Business 
Stephen Rivers 
Gov't/ Politics 



Kevin Roberson 

Marketing 

Cynthia Roberts 

Personnel/ Labor Rel. 

Elizabeth Roberts 

Spanish 

Gordon Roverts 

Engineering 

Mary Beth Roberts 

Marketing 



Susan Roberts 

Housing/Applied Dsgn. 

Carolyn Robinson 

RTVF 

Glenn Robinson 

Finance 

Marion Robinson 

Elem. Ed. 

Michael Robinson 

Mechanical Engr. 



Rob Robinson 
Gov't/ Politics 
Roncent Robinson 
Psychology 
Sonya Robinson 
Finance 



Vera Robinson 
Business Transportation 
Lee Rodberg 
Electrical Engr. 
Patricia Roder 
Gen. Business Mgmt. 



Lauri Rodin 
Recreation 
Robert Rodriquez 
Architecture 
Donna Rogers 
Psychology 



289 



Thomas Rogers 

Economics 

Linda Rohrbaugh 

Computer Science 

Susan Roka 

Psychology 

Thomas Rokosny 

Business 

Allyson Rolle 

Hearing/Speech 



Eric Rollence 

Advertising Design 

Arlette Romano 

Journalism 

Gregory Romerrosa 

Accounting/Transp. 

Cheryl Rose 

Electrical Engr. 

Sia Rose 

Broadcast Journalism 



Marie Rosenberg 

Speech Communications 

Paula Rosenberg 

Sociology 

Bob Rosenbloom 

Computer Science 

Jeffrey Rosenblum 

Economics 




290 





Barbara Rosenthal 

Geology 

Michael Rosenthal 

Journalism 

Kimberly Ross 

Dietetics 

1. aural Rossell 

Nuclear Engr. 

Carol Rosso 

Journalism 



Walter Rothschild 

Spanish 

Nancy Rothstein 

Fashion Merchandising 

Stephan Rotolo 

Chemical Engr. 

Becki Rotter 

Criminology 

Emily Roudebush 

Marketing/History 



Elizabeth Roumel 
Marketing 
Rhonda Rowland 
RTVF 
John Roy 
Gov't/ Politics 
Robert Razanski 
Marketing 
Abby Rubenstein 
Interior Design 



Elizabeth Rubidoux 
Speech Communication 
Lisa Rubin 
Marketing 
Melissa Rubin 
Marketing 



Suzanne Ruddock 
Interior Design 
Cheryl Rudolph 
Art Education 
Julie Rudzin 
RTVF 



Margaret Ruggieri 
Gov't/Politics 
Peggy Ruggieri 
Government 
Daniel Rupinski 
Gov't/Politics 



291 



Holly Russel 

Civil F.ngr 

Robert Russo 

History 

Lori Rutherford 

Journalism 

Eli Rutstein 

General Studies 

Sonia Rutstein 

RTVF 



Marie Ryon 

Elementary Ed. 

Lenore Saari 

Sociology 

Joseph Saculles, JR. 

Chemistry 

Paul Salatto 

Special Ed 

Lisa Salvino 

Economics 



Charles Samules 

Advertsing Design 

Paula Sandin 

English 

Penny Sanford 

Family Studies 

Howard Sapper 

Pre Law 




292 





Lynn Sapperstein 
Hearing/Speech 
Jamie Sariotis 
Recreation 
Edward Sasdelli 
Government 
Jeffrey Satz 
Accounting 



Debbi Saunders 
Special Ed. 
Willaim Saway 
Zoology 
Mary Scarcia 
Hea ring/Speech 
Sandra Scarpa 
Marketing 
Jonathan Schachter 
1. Urban Planning 



Rudolph Schafert, Jr. 
Conserva tion/Resource 
Terry Schaffer 
Advertising Design 
Dara Schain 
Elementary Ed. 
Joe Schartman 
Computer Science 
Eric Schatz 
Journalism 



Judy Scheele 
Business 
Paul Scheidt 
Harry Schiller 
Production Mgmt. 



Eileen Schlaffer 
Microbiology 
Michelle Schlanger 
Marketing 
Eric Schmidt 
Fire Protection 



Kenneth Schmidt 

Suzanne Schmitt 

Journalism 

Janet Schmulowitz 

Psycholgy 



293 



Susan Schneiderman 

Speech Communications 

David Schnitzer 

Biological Sciences 

Debra Schoenfeid 

Computer Science 

Christopher Scholz 

Industrial Arts Ed. 

Bruce Schott 

Business 



Stephen Schrant? 

Mechanical Engr. 

Allan Schulman 

General Biology 

Michael Schuiz 

Mechanical Engr. 

Neil Schuman 

Journalism 

Andrew Schwartz 

RTVF 



Deborah Schwartz 

Recreation 

Jamie Schwartz 

Government 

Joseph Schwartz 

General Biology 

Lisa Schwartz 

Law Enforcement 




294 





Roy Schwarzenberg 
Fire Protection Engr. 
Larry Schweitzer 
Business 

Thomas Schweitzer 
Horticulture 
Tambra Scoggins 
Home Econ. Ed. 
Joanne Scott 
Gov't/ Politics 



Mary Scott 
Govt/Politics 
Robert Scranton 
Electrical Engr 
Andrew Searing 
Russian/Spanish 
Jodi Searles 
Education 
Jayne Seebach 
Journalism 



Samuel Seidier 
Finance 
Stuart Seiler 
Marketing 
Dorothy Seleski 
Camille Sellers 
French Lang. /Lit. 
Robin Semel 
Dietetics 



Michael Serpiglia 
Fire Protection Engr. 
Patricia Serrano 
Chemical Engr. 
Roger Serruto 
Government 



Lillian Shaffer 
Anthropology 
Stepehn Shaheen 
Genreal Studies 
Amy Shaid 
Textile Marketing 



Randi Shamis 
Special Ed. 
Richard Shaw 
General Studies 
David Shea 
English 



295 



Stuart Shcck 

Computer Science 

Russ Sheets 

Chemical Engr. 

Russell Sheets 

Entomology 

Sandra Sheets 

Gov't/Politics 

Scott Sheetz 

General Studies 



Earl Shepherd, Jr. 

Linguistics 

Susan Shepp 

Sociology 

Patricia Sher 

Crafts 

Rosiyn Sherman 

Hea ring/Speech 

Barry Sherr 

Accounting 



Pamela Shewmaker 

Government 

George Shipley 

Geography 

Robert Shone 

Fire Protection Engr. 

William Shook 

Physical Ed. 




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Laura Shostak 

RTVF 

Glenita Shrewsbury 

Business Ed. 

Stacey Shub 

Marketing 

Mark Shulimson 

Journalism 

Heidi SHulman 

Journalism/PR 



Lori SIdelinger 
Psychology 
Robert Siegel 
Electrical Engr. 
Scott Siege! 
Finance 
Joel Sigler 
Kinesiology 
Katherine H. Sikoryak 
Psychology/Pre Med 

Roderick Silton 
Electrical Engr. 
Terri Silverman 
Linda Silverstein 
Family Stud/Spanish 
Sheryl Silverstein 
Public Relations 
Joan Simmons 
Gov't Po.itics 



Benjamin Simon 

Architecture 

April Simons 

RTVF 

Lesley Simpson 

General Stuides 



Ladonnyas Sims 
Special Ed. 
Andrew Singer 
Civil Engr. 
Richard Singer 
Gov't/Politics 



Wendy Singer 
Art Education 
Singh-Sukthanka 
Transportation 
Michelle Singletary 
RTVF 



297 



Adam Sisenwein 

Business Finance 

Joel Sisenwein 

Governmcni 

Elaine Sison 

Business 

Christine Skane 

Chemical Engr. 

Michael Slama 

Mechanical Engr. 



Ivy Slater 

Dance/ RTVF 

Karen Sloane 

RTVF 

John Smeltzer 

Chemical Engineering 

Jill Smeyne 

Gov't/Politics 

Denise Smith 

Government 



Glenn Smith 

Speech Communication 

Kathleen Smith 

Government 

Lynn Smith 

Government 

Neil Smith 

Psychology 




298 





Rebecca Smith 
Urban Studies 
Susan Smith 
Law Enforcement 
Suzanne Smith 
Gov't/French 
Robert Smith III 
Law Enforcement 
Charles Smouse 
Business Mgmt. 



Sheppard Snyder 
Electrical Engr. 
Wendy Snyder 
Chemical Engr. 
Kim Sobel 
Accounting 
Michael Soisoon 
Accounting 
Laura Sorrentino 
Textile Marketing 



Susan Southard 
Animal Science 
Sheryl Southerland 
Criminology 
George Sparks III 
Finance 
Carol Spector 
Theatre Mgmt. 
Darlene Spell 
Speech Communication 



Theodore Spenadel 
Chemistry 
Brian Spieiman 
Environmental Engr. 
Daniel Sporkin 
General Studies 



Christopher SQuiers 

Industrial Tech. 

Tom Sragner 

Economics 

Kraivuth Srinkapaibulaya 

Mechanical Engr. 



Susan Stabler 
Microbiology 
Noam Stadlan 
Biochemistry 
Stacy Stanfield 
Special Ed. 



299 



Harriet Sternberg 

Computer Science 

Ronald Stickle 

Electrical Engr. 

Eric Stockhausen 

Marketing 

Gail Stoller 

Special Ed. 




Kathleen Stanton 


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Lynn Stanton 


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Journalism 


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300 





Tracy Stolz 
Journalism 
Brian Storms 
Mechanical Engr. 
Christopher Straight 
Mechanical Engr. 
John Streett 
Industrial Tech. 
Francine Streich 
Journalism 



Paul Stroessner 
Civil Engr. 
Sharon Strouse 
Accounting 
David Studenick 
Sharon Sturm 
Chemical Engr. 
Teresa Suarez-Murias 
Biology 



Suzanne Sublett 

Microbiology 

Eve Sugar 

Sociology 

Andrea Sugarman 

RTVF 

Sandra Suggs 

Information Sys. Mgmt. 

Curt Sulian 

Government 



Claire Sullivan 
Computer Science 
Maribeth Sullivan 
Special Ed. 
Susan Sullivan 
Special Ed. 



Karen Sulmonetti 
Advertising Design 
Charles Summers 
Marketing 
Bruce Sussman 
Accounting 



Rup Swarup 
Zoology /Pre Med 
Michael Sweat 
Gov't/ Politics 
Mark Sylvester 
RTVF 



301 




Renee Tann 

Marketing 

Cheryl Tate 

Government 

David Tawes 

Personnel/Labor Rel. 

Deborah Taylor 

Hea ring/Speech 

Chee Teng 

Computer Science 



John Thibeault 

Electrical Engr. 

Edward Thierbach 

Computer Science 

Diane Thomas 

Journalism 

Rachel Thomas 

Camp. Science/ History 



302 





Rene Thomas 

Marketing 

Gregory Thompson 

Kinesiology 

James Thompson 

Recreation Mgmt. 

Virginia Thompson 

General Studies 

Susan Thompson-Ciboro 

Psychology 



David Thornton 
General Biology 
Toni Tibbs 
Family Studies 
Patricia Tichner 
Advertising Design 
Deborah Tignor 
Business Markeitng 
Wanda Tilley 
English 



Suzanne Tillman 
Computer Science 
Mark Tinch 
Economics 
Elaine Tippett 
English 
Mark Tobin 
Finance 
Michelle Tock 
Economics 



Zachary Tolin 
Kinesiology 
Vincent Tolino 
Industrial Tech. 
Roger Tolle, Jr. 
Mechanical Engr. 



Christie Tolson 
Economics 
Lisa Tomaskovic 
Criminology 

Christopher Tomaszewski 
Computer Science 



Sharon Tominovich 
Horticulture 
Brian Tommer 
Accounting 
Catherine Toth 
English 



303 



Brian Townsen 

Criminology 

Conrad Trahern 

General Business 

Sharon Trexlcr 

Criminology 

Mark Trimble 

Marketing 

Teresa Troha 



Daniel Troxell 

Fire Protection Engr. 

Karen Trusty 

Family Studies 

Roula Tsapalas 

Architecture 

William Tucker, Jr. 

RTVF 

Horeen Turyn 

Journalism 



Stanly Tuttie 

English 

Randall Tyson 

General Studies 

Linda Uber 

Finance 

Paula Uffner 

Family Studies 



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Marketing 
Albert Umeadi 
Civil Engr. 
Cynthia Usher 
Animal Science 
Jeffrey UtermohJe 
Journalism 
Grag Vaillancourt 
Marketing 



Ricardo Valderrma 
Economics 
Deborah Vallin 
General Business 
Thanhtan Van 
Civil Engr. 
Carol Van Wagener 
Accounting 
Dina Vanpelt 
Journalism 



Karen Vargo 
Advertising Design 
Sandra Vaughn 
Marketing 
Maria Ventresca 
Spanish 

Margery Verme 
Computer Science 
Anita Vernekar 
Microbiology 



Laurie Vetrano 
RTVF 
Ann Vinik 
Jane Violett 



Matthew Virta 
Anthropology 
Ann Viscomi 
Journalism 
Deborah Vocke 
Journalism 



Daniel Voldal 
Accounting 
Barbara Wachter 
Business Finance 
Delroy Walker 
Mechanical Engr. 



305 



Jan Walker 

English 

Robert Wall 

Mechanical Engr. 

Richard Wallace 

Transportation 

Joh Wallenmeyer 

Architecture 

Joshua Walowitz 

RTVF 



Kathleen Walsh 

Journalism/Gov 't 

Kenneth Walsh 

Finance/ Economics 

Laura Walsh 

Special Ed. 

Thomas Walsh 

Turf/Urban Agronomy 

Donald Walter 

Chemical Engr. 



Diane Walther 

Horticulture 

Jaying Wang 

Finance 

Marc Wangel 

Mechanical Engr. 

Cecilia Ward 

Spanish 



306 





Gregory Ward 
RTVF 

Derek Warner 
Electrical Engr. 
Jerald Warsaw 
Transportation 
Abby Warshowsky 
Sociology 
Dewey Wasek 
Studio Art 



Lori Washabaugh 
Journalism 
Renee Washington 
Fashion Merchandising 
Kelly Washington 
General Studies 
Denise Waters 
Journalism/PR 
Phyllis Watkins 
Business 



Charles Watley 

Computer Science 

Thomas Watson 

History 

Jay Wattenberg 

Psychology 

Jennifer Webber 

Horticulture 

Susan Weber 

Finance 



William Weidemeyer 
Civil Engr. 
Peter Weigel 
Economics 
Jennifer Weinbach 
Chemical Egnr. 



Jay Weinberg 
RTVF 

Nancy Weiner 
FMCD 
Irene Winiger 



Bruce Weinstein 

Business/ A ccounting 

Howard Weinstein 

Finance 

Leland Weinstein 

Industrial Tech. 



307 



Michael Weiss 

Public Relations 

Carole Weistling 

Government 

Eric Weity 

Marketing 

Christine Werner 

Marketing 

David West 

General Studies 



Charles Wheeler 

Business 

Donna Whipp 

Urban Studies 

Stephen Whitby 

Government 

Brian White 

RTVF 

Debra White 

Journalism 



Elizabeth White 

Journalism/PR 

Karen White 

RTVF 

Karen White 

Civil Engr. 

Molly White 

American Studies 




308 








Theresa White 
Electrical Engr. 
Wayne White 
Computer Science 
Robert White, Jr. 
Marketing 
Leslie Whitefieid 
Interior Design 
Michael Wiant 
Physics/Astronomy 



Teresa Wiebking 
Hea ring/Speech 
John Wiger 
Zoology 
Mary Wiggins 
Accounting 
Sandra Wilcox 
Sara Wildberger 
RTVF 



Renee Wilder 

Speed] Communications 

Leslie Wiley 

Journalism 

William Wiley 

RTVF 

Monica Wilfong 

Physical Science 

Sharon Wilinsky 

Art History 



Susan Wilkes 
General Studies 
Andrew Williams 
Government 
Denise Williams 
General Studies 



Hal Williams, Jr. 
Studio Art 
Zane Williams, Jr. 
Industrial Arts Ed. 
Brian Williamson 
Electrical Engr. 



Joseph Wilson 
RTVF 

Joseph Wilson 
Marketing 
Karen Wilson 
Business/ Fina nee 



309 



Renita Wilson 

Marketing 

Dcbbi Windesheim 

Special Ed. 

Daniel Winsky 

Economics 

Bruce Winter 

Finance 

Ruthann Winterhalter 

RTVF 



Marie Winzer 

Biology 

Alan Wisdom 

Seed. Social Studies Ed. 

Barbara Wixon 

Accounting 

Laura Woche 

Fashion Merchandising 

Hope Wolfson 

RTVF 



R. Michael Wolper 

Fina nee/ Economics 

David Wong 

Law Enforcement 

Deidre Wong 

Ma rice ting/ Tra nsp. 

Marcella Wood 

Dietetics 



310 





Susan Wood 
Mechanical Engr. 
Anthony Woodfork 
Finance 

Catherine Woods 
Applied Design 
Lawrence Woods 
Physical Sciences 
Sharone Woodward 
Elementary Ed. 



Kari Wright 
Chemical Engr. 
Pamela Wright 
Donna Wurfel 
Gov't/ Politics 
F. Mark Yardley 
General Studies 
Thomas Yarmas 
IFSM 



Debby Yarrish 

Journalism 

Minda Yatt 

Sociology 

Paul Yazge 

RTVF 

Daniel Yeatman 

Information Sys. Mgmt. 

Karen Yeatman 

Public Relations 



Sheldon Yellen 
English 
David Yeskel 
RTVF 
Youn Yoo 
Food Science 



Mindy Yorke 
Pamela Young 
English 

Timothy Young 
Marketing 



James Young, Jr. 
Business Transp. 
Francheska Youngblood 
Kinesiology 
Mi Yum 
Art Studio 



311 



William Yurcik 

Electrical Engr. 

David Zaleski 

Mechanical Engr. 

Maria Zammichieli 

Psychology 

Matthew Zanger 

Architecture 

Means Zell-Johnston 

History 



Lynne Zeiler 

Marketing 

Mary Zeiler 

Architecture 

J.R. Zepke, Jr. 

Finance/Economics 

Bonnie Ziegler 

Animal Science 

Michael Zimnick 

Civil Engr. 



Steven Zitomer 

Finance 

Donna Zolar 

Journalsim 

Christine Zoubra 

Government 

Thomas Zuby 

Chemistry 




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