THE BOSTONIAN BOSTON STATE COLLEGE^ *625 HUNTINGTON AVENUE 30ST5N, MASSACHUSETTS » 02115 "#♦ LUCILLE E. FONSECA ■-MfrfSi*- BODY . . . MIND . . SPIRIT .V immss m ' **> . yoyo | j .-,;■ ^ aHM Political Activist Dick Gregory ■ « ■■-^: ;■". %i • mi h.1 UMEKE 77/£ TUB I 5^ /too* Bbodmobitel 1979 BOSTON STATE WARRIORS v^i^-tllr jjfe, '£e£4 FOOTBALL ■mfA 9 : *9 Jfc. .Aft; '.'"'#"%#• - _ — 3& , fi& _ • 1 *ki 51 : 72 S9 75 49^ 13*74 *# . ■ ■. ■ ■ BASKETBALL HOCKEY SOCCER GYMNASTICS WOMENS BASKETBALL !' GYMNASTICS TENNIS VOLLEYBALL WORKIN OUT liiuiiiiituunuu I i j n \miiiiiiiuiii m n > a m THE PRESIDENT KERMIT C. MORRISSEY H KERMIT C. MDRRIS5EY &$%M$ h mm- ■ 1«H JH ■H9 SI i ^ TO THE CLASS OP 1979: Visits to campuses by private corporations and government agencies point up the improving market for employment of college graduates. This follows several relatively flat years and is a bright and welcome sign on the immediate horizon. You have completed your baccalaureate requirements at Boston State College and the benefits to be derived of that experience should be only a beginning of a life-long quest. A college degree is, in fact, a license to learn; it provides a set of starting blocks that each of you can utilize as you move in your life and in your job. The College has been privileged to serve and be served by you, and on behalf of the faculty and staff, I wish for each of you the satisfaction of a job and work well done and the opportunity to live a full, fruitful life. President FACULTY & STAFF REGIONAL STUDIES ART URBAN LEARNING MUSIC DEPT. THE LIBRARIANS --", L PSYCHOLOGY DEPT. PHILOSOPHY DEPT. PHYSICAL ED. Irene DiVincerzo — Financial Aid James P. Jones — Academic Dean K ^JaJPi ji Herbert Reagan — Administration Tom Broderick — Placement Dir. I Chief Stevens — Security Erik Straughter — Urban Learning \ James Sullivan — Athletic Dir. Dave Roberts — Sports Information James V. Morris Dean of Students William Morrissey Dir. — Planning and Development v/ Inez P. Wells Dean of Financial Aid Joseph Vaccaro Dir. Information Services Fr. Tom Curran Campus Ministry Clair Joyce Staff Assistant Counselor ACADEMIA » ■■ ili l ll wum - . ■ 1 ! y*R aU'm£ ^■P"^^" Mary Malone — Executive Vice-President Denise Taylor — Secretary Khadija Jamal — Treasurer a STUDENT GOVERNMENT Wanda Hamm — College Coordinator 1979 Mary Israel — Sr. Class Officer THE SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Larry Tannenbaum Vice-President the Senior Class Reps Joe Murray President THE YEARBOOK STAFF Nannette Smith Photographer Lucille Fonseca Editor David Pierce Photographer A. Bendriss Photographer w m m*^ JL D#NT LOO$E CHOOSE ff STjSSTtcN ^"■■^^ . . ,- ■ — MaoMBBU VUI L JAMES TATUM I ■ CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS Italian Club Student Nurses Assn. ORK-STUDY STUDENTS AND UNTEERS. ^ujres has been at S/.J. -torches mainly Life is for doe , ^, / - / * r^o/ghtsuch lege, he sold cakes to fellow students of a deal he made with a Greek baker He says he understands Boston Sia students because many of them mu on their own and be economical cient, as he v. •pendence is something tha; , lO'4 Ve offer YO' Whot's ho p peninQ fCI Warric lay bi 'e go to press the Warrior va team is on the eve of playing I game of the season against ty of New Haven, entering ; Boston State team has tied a sc sr consecutive wins with thre , the team, should they win ig two games, will do no worse e New England FootbaUConfei KKK omes to E Northern poli helo (argarct Neville has CO,,,, I, n ' Tuesday. (V, -M fn ,„. )V _ ':'£:>. f ion Bans tt ^ -g Wttilftl % not talkers kcrrcvra You write it Squires: Well, I remember that 15 years *"' ago there were 2,300 students. Education mi was the predominant course of study. The i ua , physical changes that have taken place at the ge have hurt us. It used to be that most the students could more easily get to know |L 1^-«'her since we only had the main * sa Hnminpton. Av.e_The old Feedback: WO DTI tit \ competitive? More dirty water W> fpp] romoelleoLto resnond to J Squires: W team sports i Europe, they We don't ha- that they hav a! Arts suffers - >m Once more we would likt t that our readers are welcoM .<• publication whatever contribu have. Feedback was organ ized'a facilitating the flow of informs student written information) v campus community. Feedback's editorial policy everything that activities-fee-) students at Boston State Colle write: from club announcemer articles; from poetry to news a letters to term papers, analyst ment articles ... you name it. All clubs and organizations campus, including Student Go Association officials, council it Study: Of cheat* lanoi serious questions concerning the lementation of all aspects of financial One particular area of concern is the k-study program, which has been the sy have a vast pool of low paid laboi ich, in the words of one student, "...the; pretty much shove around as the; ase." Students working forl5 hours a s wage bring home $39.75; barely enougl buy your groceries! __ Other schools in the state college system such as U/Mass Boston, are paying S3. 00 an hour or more, add insult to i dents doing o less than- co-v study. '»-&Limerous ism have been many studen s not receive r while ^he bulk Off during s^tn to -work year to allowed to wo their full awa; accounting foi remaining funt Finally, in reportedly rec hour. Why is ft What's Ha p penin g SGA Run-Off Elections imnKS ilJ conservatively" calls Feedback How BSC Students WOMENS CENTER n o o -< n MANAGEMENT CLUB POLITICAL SCIENCE CLUB HISTORY CLUB IOTA PHI THETA H JKMag 1 1|i J 1 mi^ri nam s lorgottei • •. Dav; ,in. A Brooki i; ! Air Fori was ge ' that .ti keting. wouldr " K'e got that al ' 'filled. J control Colt demons fringe c thing h war hi though! ed agaii The driven Force B on sticK the Ko base as Cong. "I'll ,says. "1 side m( heard ai | Hence \ but it c E As a job was to inane sure ine Domoers got to their targets and back. He never ac- (Ually saw the mangled bodied those .b-ombs left. In a way, that made it even K^rder. \ "I have a feeling deep inside me that T HU/vJ « '-- ' ,.:;ng dru^s in Viet- he was not on duty, he get high, usually on marijuana. "Everybody else was doing it and it seemed like a good way to forget." he t there. The S5 you could months b*i and the b hc.car 1 — A counselor master's in television a^Boslon I He thought he was h selling jobs .. t ... „^„«^ „i ,„s "attitude." "I was blatantly hostile. I had what the psychiatrists call misguided anger. I'd held it inside for so long, it wasn't directed at the right objects." Shortly after he got married, Colton en -got nooKed up in the some trouble with the myself falling into the si got the other kids I grew : Powell was "17 going he enlisted in the Marin know much about the wa The continuing Vietnam trauma Late one night last May, John R. Coughlin, a 3 old veteran of two combat tours in Vietnam, sawed-of f shotgun at the Quincy police station. Tl dent occurred as Coughlin was reliving the night! his combat duty. Police, who quickly grasped tr plexities of the incident, subdued him without And now firearms charges against Coughlin ha\ dropped on the grounds he was not criminally re ble for his acts due to "traumatic war neurosis." The assistant prosecutor who handled the c£ dieted that similar defenses would be mounted future. And, in fact, plans are now being made in ington for a similar plea by a Vietnam veteran arri a bank robbery and kidnaping incident there last The sympathetic treatment of these incidents criminal justice system can only be appl serves by stark contrast to! Congress to address veterans. For five years, 1 iriation of * , By Al Larkin Globe Staff For 45 minutes early yesterdaj year-old James J. McCarthy appeared J be 12,000 miles away, back in Da Nang. Vietnam, exchanging gunfire with th ghosts of his past. As the sky brightened over Dorchester Bay, McCarthy fired shot aftt. S the morning air from atop a Columbia ' apartment building in South Boston, omething snapped, it was some sort eakdown," his mother, Edith, said "He thought he was back in am." :Carthy, a Vietnam veteran and a worker at the Fields Corner pos; in Dorchester, climbed to the ro< • 17-story building at 1410 Columbia sometime before 6:30 a.m whin bors first reported hearing thi e didn't hurt anyone. He was jusl into the air," said Boston Police Lt J. Foley. "But when our officers ar- they didn't know what was going could have been a sniper for all we ley said McCarthy fired about 1 before officers Gerald ? :d Crowlev walked out onto thi p to a point where McCarthy could I em. 2 just stared at them and then the gun over the side of the build- Foley said. "We found it later in bushes below. It ended :usi 1: ^ McCarthy said her son served g mv in Vietnam in 1971 and 197 s graduation from South Boston School. blw> Mi medr disni: enfefl" am rejuf se# twv I - • v ■ jl ne war is over, out many 01 tne men i CftSUmtl6S whofoueht ght it still carry unseen scars got was soar » to "load . get nel i; ' i Fi- " imb :• Dro- rith the : has 1 »"t of ied ifege ad, ard his ow V The 17-year-old who got chills lis- tening to the Marine Hymn in boot camp is now the 29-year-old who had a bad time at the Pops' Fourth of July concert because the fireworks sounded like the real thing. Powell doesn't think he will ever \- complelely over the war. "It blew my head apart ... I pr grammed myself not to care whether lived or died. I have to deal with th. now. I'm trying to depi ogram myself. D Ted Wyzack enlisted in the Army i 17 to "find a future." He came out foil years later with a past that haunts him 'I programmed myself not ~~ ~ Z~ to care whether I lived or died. I have to deal with that now. I'm trying to deprogram myself. By Nina McCain Globe Staff erans Administration psychiatrist Dr. Stanley E. Slivkin is talking about his pa- tients who are Vietnam veterans. "The war had a devastating effect on the guys \ served there," Slivkin says. "They were not prepared the cruelty, the violence. After a while, some of U started acting like the enemy. Brutality of all kinds common. "When the veterans came back, there were parades, no one discussed or mourned the loss of first large American war. The veterans feel betra- They feel angry and helpless." Slivkin, who is chief of the psychiatric day uni the VA hospital in Boston, says the national failur face the consequences of Vietnam is similar t> ick in Vietnam One of them was his buddy's. ' "He went on a rampage, ran into the bush and shot at /hen they finally caught him, he took him to a hospital, shot him him some therapy. Then they sent [ to the states and got off the plane \ were met by a group of anti-war hiddle-aged woman kit him with >im a goddam murderer." i can visualize the harassment of blic officials and leaders in the com- >y the white establishment news ■n conjunction with policies of civil in being mandated by national law nent agencies (biased news :, unfounded criminal accusations, nee, buggings, burglaries, covert ■ e activities by intelligence t, etc.) in this country as verified in a sued in November 19" 7 " 7 ' — **- I Association of Hum'! , then one does not H tive to comprehend tl tilized against the "t ersons within the bla ;e in point is the 1973 conviction of three Be ithers: Efrid Brown, id William Johnson Vietnam Veten A::gu'A>. !V73. Suffolk C Jiirv return « a "nni aniHy'* "« Mail Illegal Incarceration ^i^dLwith deiaye'd-sjires c ' veterans, son. "By the mid-WSOs, it is possible "1 think we're going to b< said psychologist Dr. John Wil the number will go as high as The war wound that won't heal ROCKVILLE. Md. - "A murder meda war hero tells the court. "They give you 1 for killing people." : is a brief history of tl Of the Bronze Star that he received for < ;anization's origin. Tr valor in Vietnam, Stephen Gregor; iu" was first manifest disdain. In a courtroom where he when an anti-imperiali tenced for taking hostages in a Mar} land : nded to combat coloni 1977, the ex-Marine spoke with other em ion in Kenya, Africa', sorrow for his crime, loathing for the rr lemid 1960'sthe "Ma system that sent him into a year rose again. This time ii combat at age 18, and dismay at having hi ;softhe 1st Marines st nam experience mocked or ignored when a. It eventually spread" turned home. of Vietnam. Not only' u But the crucial emotion as he address idds with the citizenso judge was gratitude. In the court .-asive presence), the b group 'if the powerful and cone 1 life and death struggli lieved that Gregory shouldn't be and soldiers within the on, where he has been for two yeai nited States Armed ra casualty," said R;>p. David Bonior. a Mi many traumatized veterans is so pov of past gore and current self-destructiveness many psychiatrists can't bear getting clos such primal suffering. American psychiatry does well with rot ailments like sexual dysfunction or midlife ai But therapy for a traumatized Vetera sonality has gone numl [fort. The patient ma less and alone, which mean: cured, he is returned to settir cuase new mental strains. Politic ally the shame of Congrej failure to pass legislation for a cour.s the par nam would haw te bill along F ;n Cong hered. >:.iiH in January that STUDENT CENTER BLACK CHOIR MEDIA CENTER OPEN HOUSE I P"It SECURITY AND MAINTENANCE i i r* * ■ .-.' '. : || »%itt i * If 3 m HlHi ^mm v: J:;|V|| 1 II I H^9 #' ; . - i i \4BB&&!g' ' * ^■■■ : ■ ._ -.« Cjv .... "■'■^-"■. I f— ■>» I * mL \\ | ... ' sw; k ^Hr ^W /a Ot> ~trr TOMORROW'S PROMISE Ill «/> o z UJ O i i GETTING AROUND FEEDING STATION TAKE A BREAK TIME OUT """^■B / fkoBBT <. ■A H7* **^ w Presenting the Graduates of 1979" LOUIS T. ADDONIZIO Chelsea, Ma MUSTAFA ADEM Addis Ababa Ethiopia PAULETTE R. ADEM Boston, Ma DEAN J. ALEPEDE Everett, Ma TAJUDEEN A. ANIMASHAUN Lagos, Nigeria RON E. ARMSTEAD Roxbury, Ma BETTIE J. ARNOLD Boston, Ma JON S. ARTH Randolph, Ma SALVATORE P. AUDITORE Medford, Ma JEFFREY P. BARCELO Braintree, Ma PHILLIP V.BARONE Brighton, Ma ROBERT P. BARRILE Medford, Ma ANN BARTEL Newton Ctr, Ma CAROL E. BEAGAN Portsmouth, Va ALFREDA C. BELLOT Boston, Ma YVONNE M.BENNETT Cambridge, Ma MOHAMMED D. BENYA Sierra Leone SUSAN E. BIERINGER Watertown, Ma ALAN G. BOLDUC Somerville, Ma MARGARET E. BOLDUC Cambridge, Ma ROBERT J. BOURQUE Hyde Park, Ma JOHN J. BOYLE Brighton, Ma JANET BREZINSKY Belmont, Ma EDWARD BROOKS PAMELA E. BROTHERS Boston, Ma BAHMAN BROUKHIM Tehran, Iran CYNTHIA A. BROWN Burlington, Ma STEVEN A. BROWN Weymouth, Ma SUSAN J. BULENS South Boston, Ma THOMAS G.BURGE Medford, Ma HENRY G. BUSHFAN Roxbury Crossing, Ma BRIAN D. CAMPBELL Newton, Ma DAVID B. CAPALDO Jamaica Plain, Ma GERARD D. CARDELLO Everett, Ma JAMES CARTER Coatopa, Al DIANE L. CEURVELS Quincy, Ma GEORGE R. CHAPIN Arlington, Ma HELEN M. CHARLES Boston, Ma MARY P. CHAVES Cambridge, Ma RONALD R. CIMELLI Dorchester, Ma MARTIN W. CLARK Rockland, Ma CATHI-ANN CLEARY Stoughton, Ma CAROL A. COAKLEY West Roxbury, Ma JOHN J. COFFEY JR. Milton, Ma ALAN D. COHEN Rochester, NY CYNTHIA A. COLLINS Brookline, Ma BARBARA A. COMERFORD Somerville, Ma RALPH D. COOPER Roxbury, Ma SUSAN R. CORBETT Boston, Ma JANICE M. COSTELLO Quincy, Ma GERARDENE M. CRIMMINS Norwood, Ma CAROL I. CULUNANE Arlington, Ma EDWARD F. CURRAN Lawrence, Ma SHEILA N. CURRAN Dorchester, Ma PATRICIA A. CUSICK Hyde Park, Ma WILLIAM K. DAHLBERG Medford, Ma EILEEN M. DALEY Boston, Ma EDUARDO M. DE SILVA Boston, Ma QUENTIN R. DAWKINS Boston, Ma MULUGETA DEBASS Addis Ababa, Ethiopia JOSEPH M. DEELY Roslindale, Ma ROSANNE Dl LEO East Boston, Ma MARY M. DOHERTY Arlington, Ma MARGARET E. DOLAN Everett, Ma KATHLEEN M. DONOVAN Roslindale, Ma MICHAEL P. DOODY Gloucester, Ma PAULF. DUHAIME Hyde Park, Ma WALTER P. DUNN JR. Lowell, Ma PAULF. DURKIN Framingham, Ma MICHAEL A. DYER North Weymouth, Ma RICHARD J. DYER Brookline, Ma KEVIN M. EGAN Roslindale, Ma CELESTINEA. ENERE Imerienwe, Nigeria CHERYL J. ENOS Medford, Ma RAMONA I. ERNSTS Dorchester, Ma PETER A. FARLEY Framingham, Ma ROSEMARY C. FEDERICO Dedham, Ma WILLIAM A. FERGUSON Quincy, Ma JEAN L. FERRIS Hyde Park, Ma PAULA. FIERIMONTE Maiden, Ma CAROLE J. FLANAGAN West Roxbury, Ma ELIZABETH A. FLANNERY Hyde Park, Ma ELIZABETH J. FLOOD Roslindale, Ma MARY L. FLOOD Roslindale, Ma LUCILLE E. FONSECA New Bedford, Ma MARIA D. FONTES Hanson, Ma YVONNE C. FORREST Roxbury, Ma EDWARD J. FRANCIS Brockton, Ma SPENCER FRANKLIN Boston, Ma DEDRIE FUNCHES Boston, Ma DAVID W. FURLONG Boston, Ma CAROLA.GALIANO Queens, NY v&i iv k i *rli / x DEBRAA. GARABEDIAN Arlington, Ma JOSE A. GARCIA Boston, Ma PATRICIA A. GARRITY Milton, Ma FRANK GATES Boston, Ma BRENDAJ.GAUL Cambridge, Ma RIMAS R. GAVELIS Boston, Ma CELESTE R. GEARY Arlington, Ma JOAN F. GIRDVAINIS Belmont, Ma MARSHA B. GLASS Boston, Ma RICHARD J. GOODSELL Springfield, Ma LINDA D. GORMAN West Roxbury, Ma RODERICK J. GORMAN JR. Newbury, Ma DONNA M. GRADY Somerville, Ma JANET L. GRAHAM Medford, Ma JAMES M. GROGAN Boston, Ma MARK L. GUENARD Everett, Ma JOSE J. GUTIERREZ Brighton, Ma PATRICIA J. HAAS Medford, Ma JAMES A. HAGAN Accra, Ghana KATHLEEN R. HALLETT Wrentham, Ma LLOYD HARDING Roxbury, Ma MARK J. HARRINGTON Brookline, Ma NANCY J. HART Dedham, Ma CHARLES F. HEBERT Allston, Ma ALICE E. HENDERSON Roslindale, Ma NANCY E. HENDERSON Medford, Ma KAREN A. HEYWOOD Dorchester, Ma JOAN M. HICKEY Woburn, Ma STELLA HILLS Boston, Ma DEBORAH L. HOBART Needham, Ma DIANNE M.HOLLAND Boston, Ma JAMES T. HOLLOWAY Boston, Ma MARIANNE HORBLIT Brookline, Ma YASMIN G. HOUTMAN Framingham, Ma ANTOINETTE H. WILLIAMS Charleston, SC MARIANNE T. HURLEY Quincy, Ma THOMAS M. HUTCHISON Dorchester, Ma VIRGINIA L. IMBERNINO Braintree, Ma GAYLE F. INGRAHAM Danvers, Ma MARY R. ISRAEL 'y Allston, Ma IRENE C.IVENS Canton, Ma DEBORAH L. JAMES Dorchester, Ma DEBORAH A. JOAQUIM Somerville, Ma LARRY L. JOHNSON, JR. Randolph, Ma ANNE M. JOYCE Somerville, Ma WILLIAM G. JOYCE Quincy, Ma KATHLEEN M. KELLEY Dorchester, Ma DENNIS R. KELLY Saugus, Ma JOSEPH C. KELLY Winthrop, Ma MAUREEN A. KELLY No. Quincy, Ma PATRICIA A. KELLY Somerville, Ma MICHAEL J. KENT Quincy, Ma PHILLIPS A. KEY Courtland, Al MESELE KIFLE Ethiopia BETTY A. KING Queens, NY ANNETTE M. KOROWSKI Northampton, Ma RICHARD A. LARKIN Marblehead, Ma ROBERT P. LAROSA Braintree, Ma CAROL J. LARSON Somerville, Ma ARMAND F. LAUZON, JR. Burlington, Ma JOSIE M. LAWRENCE Boston, Ma MONICA M. LEMAY Roslindale, Ma TAU LIN Kaohsinng, Taiwan VIRGINIA M. LOPRESTI Needham, Ma SUSELE LUZI Wilbraham, Ma EDWARD W. MC DONALD Quincy, Ma JOHN MACKEY No. Quincy, Ma JOHN A. MAC PHERSON Chelsea, Ma RICHARD B.MAGUIRE Canton, Ma DHALMA MALDONADO Cambridge, Ma JAMES R. MANNING Natick, Ma SARA J.MANTINEO Belmont, N\a JOANNE M. MARINO Medford, Ma DANA P. MARTINS Cambridge, Ma MICHELLE D. MASCOLL Dorchester, Ma ROSIE U. MBAWUIKE Nigeria J. NOEL MCCAFFREY Cambridge, Ma NANCY D. MC CARRON Wakefield, Ma BARBARA A. MC CLARY East Boston, Ma STEPHEN A. MC CUSKER Belmont, Ma FRANCIS M. MCDERMOTT Braintree, Ma PAULINE F. MC DOWELL Boston, Ma ANNE B. MC HUGH Roslindale, Ma RAYMOND J. MC KINNON Brighton, Ma RAIFORD D. MC MILLAN Detroit, Mi BARBARA L. MC MURROUGH Hyde Park, Ma ESTHER E. MEADE Boston, Ma KAREN A. MEAGHER Norwell, Ma JUANITA L. MERANDA Boston, Ma MAUREEN F. MITCHELL Milton, Ma CHARITY A. MMEREOLE Mbaise Owerri Imo, Nigeria NANCY A. MONKOUSKI Dorchester, Ma PARDO P. MONTAGANO Brockton, Ma MARY L. MONTMINY West Yarmouth, Ma JEFFREY G. MORRISSEY East Weymouth, Ma PAULS. MORRISSEY Charlestown, Ma DANA W. MOSS Dorchester, Ma EDWARD J. MURRAY JR. Weymouth, Ma JOSEPH R. MURRAY Abington, Ma CATHERINE D. NAGLE Woburn, Ma CYNTHIA A. NALEWAJKO Milford, Ma JUDY M. NICHOLSON West Roxbury, Ma ANASTASIAM.NWAKV Ihiala, Nigeria JAMES M. O'BRIEN Everett, Ma PAULA M. O'BRIEN East Boston, Ma VICTOR S. OKIWE Warri, Nigeria FRANCIS X. O'LEARY OLUNIFE E. OLOTU Ipele, Nigeria KATHERINE M.OLSON Braintree, Ma JOSEPH G. ONDISH Swoyerville, Pa KATHLEEN A. O'NEIL Dorchester, Ma GERALDINE OGUNDOKUN Kenner, La JOSEPH A. OWUMI Ughell, Nigeria MARY A. PARADISO Newton, Ma SALLY PARKS Los Angeles, Ca THOMAS E. PATTEN Cambridge, Ma STEPHEN P. PECCI Brighton, Ma THOMAS E. PELLETIER Lowell, Ma PETER A. PEREIRA Ahleboro, Ma OVETA O. PERRY Boston, Ma BARBARA A. PETTINE Milton, Ma ANDREW A. PEVARNEK Halifax, Ma LOMETOR B. PINNICK Sharon, Ma ROBIN E. PORGES Bloomfield, Ct ROSEANNM. QUERUSIO Somerville, Ma JOHN F. RALLO Winchester, Ma REBECCA L. RAMSAY Chatham, Ma DIANNE C. RAMSEY Philadelphia, Pa JODI A. RAVIDA East Boston, Ma ANNEM. REILLY Watertown, Ma DONNA R. RENNIE Medford, Ma ARTHUR R.RICO Norwood, Ma NILES B. ROBERTS Lexington, Ma HOWARD C. RODENHISER Maiden, Ma JUDITH G. ROGERS Quincy, Ma JOYCE W.RUBIN Maiden, Ma PETER H. RUPP Braintree, Ma SANDRA E. RYAN Quincy, Ma FRANK L. SALAMONE Medford, Ma DEBORAH B. SALT Revere, Ma LINDA J. SALVATI Wakefield, Ma MARIA SANCHEZ HARRY F. SCALES, JR. Roxbury, Ma KATHLEEN SCARLETT Auburndale, Ma JANISV. SCHARN Billerica, Ma MARYANN J. SCHIAPPA Somerville, Ma JOYCE P. SCIALABBA ANDREW C. SCOPPA Everett. Ma STEVE SHALLER North Weymouth, Ma MAUREEN SHANKS West Roxbury, Ma ANDREA J. SHAUGHNESSY Waltham, Ma PHILIP M.SHERIDAN Peabody, Ma STEPHEN J. SHORES So. Easton, Ma DIANE SUVA Peabody, Ma BARBARA J. SMITH Bridgeport, Ct ROBIN H. SNEED Maiden, Ma KAREN LSORENSEN Wakefield, Ma RICHARD J. SPINALE Arlington, Ma MARY M. STATES Lancaster, Pa JOHN STRODDER Midway, Ga LORRAINE J. STYGLES Woburn, Ma KEVIN M. SULLIVAN Arlington, Ma NANCY J. SWEENEY Reading, Ma TUROWORK TADDESSE Addis Ababa, Ethiopia LARRY J. TANENBAUM Ravere, Ma KATHY L. TATE Boston, Ma A. RAYMOND TAURASI Needham, Ma THOMAS TAYLOR Boston, Ma DAWN L. TENNEY Wakefield, Ma SHEREEA. THEALL Dorchester, Ma PATRICIA A. THOMAS Mattapan, Ma DEBORAH V. THOMPKINS Altoona, Pa DAISY THOMPSON Dorchester, Ma NORENE E. THOMPSON Boston, Ma FRANCES P. THORNDIKE Newton, Ma RONALDS. THORNE New Rochelle, NY STEFANI M. THORNTON Boston, Ma WUBISHET TILAHUN Addis Ababa, Ethiopia ROSE R. TOSCANO Roslindale, Ma ROSINA R. TOSCANO Roslindale, Ma LAURA A. TUCCI Medford, Ma CHIDI C. UCHENDU Okija, Nigeria JOSEPHINE N. UNACHUKWU Anambra, Nigeria MARIA C. VALENCIA Colombia, SA LYDIE R. VEDEL Ravere, Ma SUSAN M. VIVEIROS Medford, Ma MARY E. VON ROSENVINGE Winchester, Ma EDA VOZZELLA West Roxbury, Ma RUDOLPH F. WALCOTT Boston, Ma JOHN M. WOLL Boston, Ma PETER K. WALSH Watertown, Ma DOLORES E. WILLIAMS Boston, Ma ADANELL Y. WILSON FRANK CHI WAI WONG Hong Kong, China EDWARD F. WOODS Arlington, Ma MARY S. WYCKOFF Boston, Ma BARBARA A. YOUNG West Roxbury, Ma SHARON Y. YOUNG Los Angeles, Ca DEBORAH A. ZOLLO Readville, Ma ADDONIZIO, L. Fire Science, B.S.; Graduate of Wentworth Institute 1967 Assoc. Deg. Elect Eng., Graduate of North Shore Community College 1975 Assoc. Deg. Fire Science, Fire Lieutenant Chelsea Fire Dept. promoted 10/23/78. ADEM, M. Biology, B.S.; Ping Pong, Soccer. ADEM, P. Sociology, B.A.; Cooking, Dancing, Tennis, Traveling, Accomplishments: Social Worker's Asst. Career Counseling, Worked with Adolescents. ALEPEDE, D. Management, B.S.,- Soccer • 2 years var- sity. ANIMASHAUN, T. Economics, B.A.; Basketball, Ten- nis, Athletics. ARMSTEAD, R. Urban & Regional Planning, B.A.; Student government Association President 78/79, Veterans Club Member & Vietnam Veteran, Interested in Urban Design (Architectural & Landscaping), Who Who's in American Colleges & Universities 78/79. ARNOLD, B. Sociology, B.A. ARTH, J. Sociology, B.A.; President (Jr. Class (77/78); Organized Disco Club 77/78, Organized Boston- Boston Parties, Organized Red Cross Blood Drives, Junior & Senior Bookstore, Trust Fund Scholarships, John Kelly Memorial Scholarship. AUDITORE, S. Biology, B.S.; Dean's List, President's List, Biology Club, International Honor Society in History. BARCELO, J. Law Enforcement, Bachelors. BARONE, P. Phys. Ed., Bachelor of Science; To Succeed in Life. BARRILE, R. Law Enfo., B.S.; Law Enfo Club, Basket- ball, Racquetball, Dean's List. BARTEL, A. Regional Studies, B.S. BEAGAN, C. Psych., B.A.; Volunteer at Mass Mental Health Center & Jamaica Plain Day Treatment Center. BELLOT, A. French, B.A. BENNETT, Y. Nursing, B.S.N.; Completed Boston State College Nursing Program. BENYA, M. Management, B.S. BIERINGER, S. Nursing, B.S.N. ; Student Nurse Association. BOLDUC, A. Law Enforcement, B.S.; Member Law En- forcement Club, Member BSC Pistol Team, President, Beta Sigma Chi Chapter, American Criminal Justice Association, LAE. BOLDUC, M. Law Enforcement, Bachelor's; Secretary - Beta Sigma Chi Chapter, LAE, ACTA. BOURQUE, R. Business Management, B.S.; Golf, Baseball, Football, Sports, Collecting Foreign Money, Discos, Steve Martin. BOYLE, J. Law Enforcement, B.S.; Football, Wrestling, Lacrosse, Hockey. BREZINSKY, J. Management, B.S.; Deans List, Management Club. BROOKS, E. Political Science, B.A.; Former President of African Student Association, Former Freshman Rep. of Student Government Association. BROTHERS, P. Management & Sociology, B.S. BROUKHIM, B. Management/Economics, B.S.; Tak- ing Vacations to Hot Spots and Taking Sun Baths. BROWN, C. Physical Education, B.S.; Gymnastic Team - 4 Years, Cheerleader - 2 Years, P.E. Club - Senior Class Rep. BROWN, S. Public Service; L.E., B.S. BULENS, S. Nursing, B.S.N.; Secretary Student Nurses Association, Baccalaureate Committee. BURGE, T. Management, B.S.; Drama Club, Manage- ment Club, "Cuckoo's Nest", "A Funny Thing Happen- ed on the Way to the Forum", Squash, Swimming. BUSHFAN, H. Public Service Business Man/Law Enf. ; BS. Highlights Of the Graduates Of 1979 Y S CAMPBELL, B. Nursing, B.S.N.; Scuba Diving, Dive Club Pres., Student Government Association, Student Nurses Association, Hockey, Tennis, Dean's List, President's List. CAPALDO, D. Manag., B.S.; B.S. Manag., 30 Credits, BA, Poly Sci. CARDELLO, G. Biology, BA; Biology Club President. CARTER, J. African, Studies Elementary Education, B.A.; I would like to work with people of all ages, Community Work, Teach, To become a Minister, To work in the field. CEURVELS, D. Elem. Ed., B.S. CHAPIN, G. Business Mgt., B.S.; Member Manage- ment Club, Irish Club. CHARLES, H. Elem. Ed., B.S. CHAVES, M. Physical Education, B.S.; Athletics, Soft- ball, Basketball. CINELL, R. Biology, B.S.; Biology Club, Raquetball. CLARK, M. Early Childhood, B.S. Ed. CLEARY, C. Nursing, B.S.N. COAKLEY, C. Nursing, B.S.N.; Student Nurses Association 1977-1979, S.N. A. President 1978-1979. COFFEY, JR., J. Sociology, Poli, Sci., B.A.; Veterans Affairs, Sociology Club & Psychology Club. COHEN, A. Nursing, B.S.; Grabbing Gusto. COLLINS, C. Physical Education Secondary, B.S.; Volleyball Team, Captain Women's Ice Hockey, School Newspaper, Physical Education Club. COMERFORD, B. Psychology, Law Enforcement, B.S.; Dean list Fall Semester 1977, Dean list Spring Semester 1978, President's list Fall Semester 1978, Statistical Tutor 1978. COOPER, R. Psychology, B.A.; Past President Eve. Vet's Club, Vice-Chairman Sancore Society, Senior Class Rep on S.G.A., A.S.A. Member, Veteran's Club Member. CORBETT, S. Biology, B.S. COSTELLO, J. Nursing, B.S. CRIMMINS, G. Psychology, B.A.; Psychology Club. CULUNANE, C. Reg/Urban Studies, B.A. CURRAN, E. History, B.A.; Enjoy All Types of Sports. CURRAN, S. Nursing, B.S.N.; Student Nurses Associa- tion, Baccalaurate Committee, Dean's List, Presidents List. CUSICK, P. Elementary Education, B.S.; Minor: Art, Elementary Education Club. DAHLBERG, W. Biology, B.S.; Vice President Biology Club. DALEY, E. Physical Education, B.S. DA SILVA, E. Business, B.S.; Board Member Boston Economic Development & Industrial Corp., Board Member Cape Verdean Community House & Learning Center of Boston, Interests — Community Development, Arts, Music. DAWKINS, Q. Biology, B.A. DEBASS, M. Biology, B.S.; Soccer, Social & Disco Dance. J^ DEELY, J. Management, B.S. Dl LEO, R. Psychology, B.A.; Psi Chi, Psychology Club — Treasurer, Biology Minor, Member of Joy of Movement Center. DOHERTY, M. Elementary Education, B.S.; Presidents List 1977-1979, Elementary Education Club, Deans List. DOLAN, M. Sociology, Bachelor of Arts DONOVAN, K. Physical Education, B.S.; Physical Education Club, Tennis, Running, Deans List. DOODY, M. Political Science — Law Enforcement, B.S.; President's List, Dean's List, Political Science Club, Football Team. DUHAIME, P. Physical Education, B.S. DUNN, JR., W. Physical Education, B.S.,- 3 yrs. Foot- ball Team, Coaches Unsung Hero 1979, LaCrosse Team, Outstand Athletics I.M. 1978, Ski Club 2 yrs., Punters Pub Club 3 yrs., "Don't Ever Get Sucked In". DURKIN, P. Physical Regional Studies, B.S.; Wrestling "74", LaCrosse 74,75,76, Ski Club 74-79, Irish Club 79. DYER, M. Biology, B.S.; Biology Club, Computer Science. DYER, R. Sociology, B.A.; Activities— Individual Af- fairs, Interests — Gnothi Sauton and Law, Ac- complishments — Living Life. EGAN, K. Management, B.S.; Boston State College Most Outstanding Debater 1978, Vice President Management Club-Finance 1979, Deans List Jr. Yr., Presidents List Sr. Yr. ENERE, C. Bus. Mgmt. & Economics, B.S.; Soccer, Ten- nis, Travelling. ENOS, C. Biology, B.S.; 1978 Co-Captain Football Cheerleading, 1977 Football Cheerleading, 1977 Basketball Cheerleading, Ski Club. ERNSTS, R. Physical Education, B.S.; Basketball, Ski- ing, Tennis, Working with Teens. FARLEY, P. Law Enforcement, B.S.; SGA, Skiing, Irish Club. FEDERICO, R. Early Childhood Ed., B.S.; Early Childhood Education, Student Government Assoc, President's List. FERGUSON, W. Law Enforcement, Sociology, B.S., B.A.; In 1 Years I'm Going to Show This Picture to the Rest of the Staff in the White House, and Have a Good Laugh. Deans List Forever. FERRIS, J. Political Science— History, B.A.; Vice Presi- dent History Club 1978-79, Phi Alpha Theta. FIERIMONTE, P. Psychology & Physical Ed., B.S. & B.A.; National Honor Society in Psychology, Like to Run, Baseball-Red Sox, Party Hardy, Bermuda-78, Cafeteria, Floor Hockey. FLANAGAN, C. Business Management, B.S.; Management Club, Dancing, Horseback Riding, Ten- nis, Swimming. FLANNERY, E. Nursing, B.S.N.; Treasurer of Student Nurse Association, Baccalaureate Committee, Deans List. FLOOD, E. Regional Studies Physical, B.S.; Senior Representative. FLOOD, M. Management, B.S. FONSECA, L. Afro-American Studies, B.A.; Vice- President African Student Association, Assistant- Editor, ASA Newsletter, Editor-in-Chief 1978-79 BSC Yearbook, Deans List, Who's Who in American Colleges and University. FONTES, M. Sociology— Specialize in Social Work, B.A.; Member of the Sociology Club, Sewing, Dan- cing, Made it Through 4 Years of College. FORREST, Y. Business Management and Sociology, B.S. A. FRANCIS, E. Sociology, B.S.; Skiing, Jogging and Traveling, Would Like to Persue a Career in Law. FRANKLIN, S. Law Enforcement, B.S. FUNCHES, D. Urban Planning, B.A. FURLONG, D. Nuclear Medicine, B.S.; Chemistry Club, Presidents List, Deans List. GALIANO, C. Psychology, B.A.; President, Psi Chi, The National Honor Society in Psychology, President's List, Psych Club Member, Task Force Representative, Honors in Psychology. GARABEDIAN, D. Elem. Ed., B.S.; Psychology, Tennis, Swimming, Dancing, President's List, Dean's List. GARCIA, J. Law Enforcement, B.S.; Associates Degree B.H.C.C, Interested in Law, Teaching Spanish. GARRITY, P. Nursing, B.S. GATES, F. Elem. Ed. (Non-Teaching), B.S. GAUL, B. Public Service, B.S.; Writing, Reading, Listening to Music, Partying, Being With Family and Friends. GAVELIS, R. Management, B.S.; Tennis, Jogging, Racketball, Veterans Club, Bowling, Hiking, Camping, Photography. GEARY, C. Kind. -Primary Education., B.S.: Deans List, President's List. GIRDVAINIS, J. Nursing, B.S.N. GLASS, M. Psychology, B.S.; Psi Chi 2 Years, Psychology, Psychology, Psychology, Psychology GOODSELL, R. Law Enforcement, B.S.; Student Rep.— Athletic Council (2 yrs.). Asst. Varsity Equip- ment Manager (2 yrs.), 2 yr. Letterman-Soccer, Manager Hockey Team (1 yr.), Manager Soccer Team (2 yrs.), Deans List Student (2 yrs.), Athletic Dept.- Work-Study (2 yrs.). GORMAN, L. Nursing, B.S.N.; Dancing, Raquetball, Skiing, Reading. GORMAN, JR., R. Phys. Ed., B.S.; Football 1, Baseball 2,3,4. GRADY, D. Sociology, B.A.; Psychology Club, Dan- cing, Jogging. GRAHAM, J. Nursing, B.S.N. ; President's List. GROGAN, J. Law Enforcement, B.S. GUENARD, M. Urban Planning, B.A. GUTIERREZ, J. Biology, B.S. HAAS, P. History, B.A.; History Club Treasurer, Tennis Team, Softball Team, Intermural Sports. HAGAN, J. Poly Sci, Management, B.A.; I am Interested in International Relations and Lawn Tennis, I Wish to Represent My Country in the United Nations One Day. HALLETT, K. Early Childhood Education, B.S.; Photography, Skiing. HARDING, L. R/S— Urban Planning, B.A.; To Become an Entrepreneurial Success. HARRINGTON, M. Law Enforcement, Bachelor HART, N. Nursing, B.S.N. HEBERT, C. Political Science, B.A.; President List 5 Semesters, President Geography Club. HENDERSON, A. Psychology, B.A.; Psi Chi, National Honor Society, Psychology Club. HENDERSON, N. Biology, B.S.; Ski Club Secretary 1978. HEYWOOD, K. Biology, B.S.; Accomplishments: At- taining a B.S. Degree. HICKEY, J. Elementary Ed., B.S. HILLS, S. Law Enforcement, B.S. HOBART, D. Nursing, B.S. in Nursing HOLLAND, D. Management, B.S. HOLLOWAY, J. Management, B.S. HORBLIT, M. Law Enforcement, B.S. HOUTMAN, Y. Sociology, B.A. WILLIAMS, A. (HOWELL) Management, B.S., Writing, Reading, Dancing, Jogging, Writing Artich V y^ Very Interested in Pursuing Journalism. HURLEY, M. Nursing, B.S.N.; Dean's List. HUTCHISON, T. Education, B.S. IMBERNINO, V. Psychology, Sociology, Philosphy, B.A.; Member of Psi Chi. INGRAHAM, G. Physical Education, B.S.; Softball 2. ISRAEL, M. Public Administration, B.S.; Treasurer Irish Club, Member Poli. Sci., History, Social Com of SGA, Senior Class. IVENS, I. Nursing, B.S.N.; Dancing, Skiing, Raquet- ball. JAMES, D. Sociology, B.A.; Activity: Member of Sociology Club, My Interest Is: To Go On & Further My Education! JOAQUIM, D. Nursing, B.S.N.; Student Nurses Association, Baccalaureate Committee. JOHNSON, JR., L. Political Science, B.A.; Parliamen- tarian Political Science Club. JOYCE, A. Elementary Ed., B.S. in Ed.; Kappa Delta Pi, Education Club. JOYCE, W. Law, Bachelors; Capt. Football Team 3 Years, Played Varsity Basketball 2 yrs., I.M. Achieve- ment Outstanding Athlete Award 1977-78, M.V.P. of the Football Team 3 yrs. Row, All New England, All Conference, 3 yrs. Football. KELLEY, K. Biology, B.S. KELLY, D. Psychology, B.A.; Psychology, Manage- ment, Motorcycling, Traveling, Research Member, Psi Chi, Psychology Club. KELLY, J. Biology, Psychology, B.S.; Varsity Gymnast for 3 yrs., Co-Captain of the Varsity Pistol Team. KELLY, M. Business Management, B.S.; President's List (5 Semesters), Dean's list (3 Semesters), Member of the Management and Dance Club. KELLY, P. Psychology, B.A.; Psychology, Mental Health, Psy. Club, Biking, Hiking. KENT, M. Mathematics, B.S.; Dean's List 1977, Math Club, Photography. KEY, P. Political Science, B.A.; Sinior, Treasure A S.G.R., Member of African Student Association, Sankore Society. KIFLE, M. Political Science, B.S. KING, B. Psychology, B.A.; Psychology— Counseling, Education, Traveling, Sports, Music, Journalism. KOROWSKI, A. Psychology, B.A. LARKIN, R. Psychology, B.A.; Member Psychology Club, President's List Twice, Dean's List Once. LAROSA, R. Management, B.S.; Member- Management Club, Elected Town Meeting Member Braintree Mass, Member-Braintree Jaycees. LARSON, C. Physical Education, Health, B.S.; Biology Club, Wish to Obtain Masters Degree in Health Ad- ministration. LAUZON, JR., A. Law Enforcement, B.S. LAWRENCE, J. Management, B.S.; Gymnastics, Ac- counting. LEMAY, M. English, B.S.; Art Club, Tennis, Presidents List. LIN, T. Biology, B.S. LO PRESTI, V. Psychology, B.A.; Student Government, Ski Trips, The Cape, Mixers, UMASS, Connie Always. LUZI, S. Elementary Education, B.S.; Minor: Art, Presidents List. MAC DONALD, E. Biology, B.S.; Biology Club. MACKEY, J. Physical Education, B.S.; Vice President of Junior Class, Vice President of Ski Club, Member of Lacrosse Team, Member of Soccer Team. MAC PHERSON, J. Law Enforcement, B.A. MAGUIRE, R. Law Enforcement, B.S. MALDONADO, D. Psychology, B.A. MANNING, J. Management, B.S. MANTINEO, S. Mathematics, B.S.; President's List— Dean's List, Math Club, Women's Hockey Club, V^ Women's Varsity Basketball 1976 MARINO, J. Elementary Education, B.S.; Boston State Tennis Team 4 Yrs., Most Valuable Player, Education Club, Deans List, President's List, Interest Children, Memories and Good Times. MARTINS, D. Public Service, Law Enforcement, B.S.; Irish Club, History Club, P.E. Club, Volleyball Team. MASCOLL, M. Sociology, B.A.; Psi Chi, Student Center Peer Counselor, Psychology Club, Bowling, Tennis, YWCA Member. MBAWUIKE, R, Nursing, Management, B.S.N. ; Ac- tivities — Traveling, Interests — Dancing, Cooking, Ac- complishments — Deans Lists, B.Sc. Management and B.S.N. Nursing. MC CAFFREY, J. History, English, B.A. MC CARRON, N. Psychology, B.S.; Psychology Club, Ski Club, Irish Club, Psy Chi — Honors Psychology Club, Dean's List Student. MC CLARY, B. History & Political Science, B.A.; Pres. of History Honors Society, Member of Pol. Sci. Honors Society, Vice Pres. Pol. Sci. Club, Member of History Club, New 1st Vice Pres. S.G.A., 3rd Degree Black Belt Instructor Karate, Jogging, Intramural Sports. MC CUSKER, S. Management, B.S. MC DERMOTT, F. Law Enforcement, B.A. MC DOWELL, P. History, B.A.; History Club, Phi Alpha Theta — Honor Society in History. MC HUGH, A. Sociology, B.S.; Social Work, Fenway Cafe. MC KINNON, R. Law Enforcement, B.S.; Dean's List- 6, President's List- 1 , Intramural Football at the Fenway, Early Morning Classes. MC MILLAN, R. Economics, B.S.; Treasurer— African Student Assoc. Interest, Law and Photography. MC MURROUGH, B. English, A.B.; Deans List 3 yrs. MEADE, E. Sociology, B.A.; My Only Interest Is to Find a Job After Graduation. MEAGHER, K. Sociology, B.A. MERANDA, J. Public Administration, B.S.; Political Science Club, American Society for Public Administra- tion, President's List, Dean's List. MITCHELL, M. Elementary Education, B.A.; Deans List. MMEREOLE, C. History, B.A.; Singing, Dancing, Net Ball. MONKOUSKI, N. English, B.A.; Horseback Riding, Volleyball, Dancing, Meeting New People. MONTAGANO, P. Law Enforcement, B.S.; Ma- jor — Law Enforcement, Minor — Psychology. MONTMINY, M. Political Science, B.A. MORRISSEY, J. English, B.A. MORRISSEY, P. History, B.S. MOSS, D. Psychology, B.A.; Member of National Honors Society in Psi Chi. MURRAY, JR., E. Management, B.S.; Management Club, Psychology Minor, Hockey, Table Tennis, Progressive Music. MURRAY, J. Regional Studies, B.S.; Senior Class Pres., Pres. Irish Club, Ski Club Member, Junior Class V.P., Ski Club V.P. "75", Curriculum Comm. Member, Earth Science Club, Music Club, Who's Who in U.S. Colleges "76". NAGLE, C. Physical Ed. & Recreation, B.S.; Basket- ball, Ice Hockey, P.E. Club, I'm on the Road to Find Out, If You Want to Get to Heaven You've Got to Raise a Little Hell!, and While on This Road Take the Time to Stop and Smell the Roses. NALEWAJKO, C. Elementary Education-Urban, B.S.; Member of the Urban Education Club, Worked the Flea Market to Raise Money for the Navajo Indians, Asst. Director of Special Needs Program. NICHOLSON, J. Elementary Education, B.S. y^_ NWAKV, A. Education, B.S.C.; Dean's List, President List, Honor's Student Educationist, I Intend to Open My School in Future, in Children. O'BRIEN, J. Regional and Urban Planning Studies, B.A. O'BRIEN, P. Nursing, B.S.N. (Bachelors) OKIWE, V. Economics, B.A.; Football, Singing, Banker Club and American Management Associate. O'LEARY, F. Management, B.A.; Management Club, History Club, B.S. Management. OLOTU, O. Early Childhood Ed., B.Sc; Early Childhood Major, Hope to Set Up Own School in the Future. OLSON, K. Kdgn., Primary Ed., B.S. ONDISH, J. Management, B.S. ONEIL, K. Nursing, B.S.; Vice-President Student Nurses Association, Baccalaureate Committee. OGUNDOKUN, G. Nursing, B.S.N. ; Sewing, Knitting, Cooking (French-Creo-Style), Painting (Oil). OWUMI, J. Management, B.S.; Learning at Boston State was Quite an Experience. The Management Degree Will Enable Me Contribute My Quota to the Development of the Nigerian Economy. PARADISO, M. Management, B.S. PARKS, S. Sociology, B.A.; Women's Center Staff, S.G.A. Representative. PATTEN, T. Sociology, B.A.; Law Enforcement Club, Sociology Club, Political Science Club, Italian Club, Irish Club. PECCI, S. Physical Education, B.S.; Phys. Ed. Club, State and Regional P.E. Conventions, Intramural Hockey, Football, Volleyball, Coaching Baseball, Teaching Phys. Ed. PELLETIER, T. Physical Education, B.S.; Hockey. PEREIRA, P. Spanish, B.A.; Member of the B.S.C. Soccer Team, Professors Aid Portuguese and Spanish Sec. Education Minor. PERRY, Business Admin., B.S.; Will Further Her Educa- tion in Public Administration, Wants Her Ac- complishments to Be an Example for Her Two Teenage Children. PETTINE, B. Physical Education, B.S.; Co-President of the Physical Education Club - 2 yrs., Specialization in Athletic Training, Intercollegiate Gymnastics, High School & Jr. High Coach, Be Careful. Strive To Be Happy. PEVARNEK, A. Management, B.S.; Pursuing Management Career at John Hancock Life Ins. Co., Interests Include Music and Sports. PINNICK, L. History, B.A.; Vice-Pres. Phi Alpha Theta, Treas. Sankore Society, 1979 Sankore Society Award - Outstanding Organizational Achievement, Interests: Journalism, Art, Theatre. PORGES, R. Nursing, B.S.N.; Psychology Club 1976- 77 (Treasurer 1977), Student Nurses Association 1977-79. QUERUSIO, R. Psychology, B.A.; Major - Psychology, Minor - Secondary Education, Hope to go on in Field of Psychology. RALLO, J. Law Enforcement, Bachelor of Science. RAMSAY, R. French, B.A.; Teaching, Outdoor Sports: Sailing, Tennis, Cross-Country Skiing, Gardening, Travel, Drawing, Singing and recorder, Bradford College: 2 years, France: 1 year. RAMSEY, D. Elem. Ed., B.S. RAVIDA, J. Psych, Philos, Law Enforcement, B.A.,- Psych Club, Vice Pres. 1978, Captain, Varsity Pistol Team, 1977, Internship, Spring Semester, Wash. D.C. 1978, Member Psi-Chi, Alpha-Lamba-Delpha (Law En- forcement), Psych Club, Undergrad Presentation of Bio Ethics at Boston College Forum, Intercollegiate Studies Member Hastings Center for Ethics, Honors Student Awarded Both Jr. and Sr. Scholar of the College, Can VI date for Who's Who in Psychology. REILLY, A. Nursing, B.S. RENNIE, D. Physical Education, B.S.; Softball, In- tramurals, Ice Hockey. RICO, A. Management & Psychology, B.S., B.A.; Management, Psychology Clubs. ROBERTS, N. Business Management, B.S.; President of Management Club, Assistent Editor of Yearbook. RODENHISER, H. Physical Education, B.A.; Cross Country 4 yrs, Captain 2 yrs.. Indoor and Outdoor Track 4 yrs., Captain, Major-Physical Education, Minors, History & Biology. ROGERS, J. Early Childhood, B.S.; Interested in Teaching Kindergarten, Primary Grades, Math, Treasurer of the Math Club Fall Semester 1978. RUBIN, J. Elementary Ed., B.S. RUPP, P. Management, B.S.; Hunting, Fishing, Member of American Legion, Petty Officer First Class in U.S. Naval Reserve, Past Grand Bethesda Lodge I.O.O.F. RYAN, S. Nursing, B.S.; Student Nurse Association. SALAMONE, F. Biology, B.S.; Biology Club, Honors Research Program. SALT, D. Nursing, B.S.; I Love My Choice of Work, To Paint, To Write Poetry, To Listen to Rock n' Roll, and to Cruise Upon the Ocean as Often as Possible. SALVATI, L Nursing, B.S.N. SANCHEZ, M. Pea. Science, Sociology. SCALES, JR., H. Sociology, B.A.; lota Phi Theta Frat. Inc., African Student Assoc, Football. SCARLETT, K. Regional Studies, B.S.; Art Club, Geology Club. SCHARN, J. Ed., B.S.. SCHIAPPA, M. Elem. Ed., B.S. SCIALABBA, J. Political Science, B.A., Chief Ac- complishments, Dean's List Average While Also Being Full Time Mother, Full Time Field Director for Social Agency. SCOPPA, A. Mathematics, B.S.; Member of Math Club, Member Italian Club, Dean's List. SHALLER, S. History, B.A.; Senior Class Represen- tative, President of History Club, Member Poly Sci Club, Intramural Soccer, Basketball. SHANKS, M. Nursing, B.S.N.; Student Nurse Assoc. SHAUGHNESSY, A. Nursing, B.S.N. SHERIDAN, P. Physical Education, B.S.; All- Conference in Steeple Chase, Varsity Cross Country Team, Physical Education Club. SHORES, S. English, Bach, of Arts. SILVA, D. Biology, Physical Education, Athletic Train- ing. SMITH, B. Biology, B.S.; Chemistry Minor, Intramural Chess, Medical Technologist. SNEED, R. Early Childhood Ed., B.S.; Boston State Football Cheerleader 2 yrs., B.S.C. Basketball Cheerleader 3 yrs., Enjoy Working with Children. SORENSEN, K. Physical Education, B.S.; Ski Club President, Women's Gymnastics Team, Intermural Sports. SPINALE, R. History, B.A.; 4 yrs. History Club, Phi Alpha Theta. STATES, M. Nursing, B.S.; Traveling, Nursing, School Dean's List, Ad A. STRODDER, J. Business Mgt., B.S.,- Member of A.S.A., Mgt. Club, Political Science Club. STYGLES, L. History, B.A.; History Club, Anthropology Minor, Co-op Program. SULLIVAN, K. Law Enforcement, B.S. SWEENEY, N. Early Childhood, Elementary Educ, Kappa Delta Pi Honor Society, Junior Scholar of the College, Education Club. TADDESSE, T. Management, B.S. ^^"TANENBAUM, L. History, B.A.; Senior Class Vice President, Track & Field, Social Committee, Club Com- mittee, History Club, Intramurals. TATE, K. Sociology, B.A.; Sports: Tennis, Jogging, Interest: Graduate School, Accomplishments: Dean's y^. List. TAURASI, A. Management, B.S. TAYLOR, T. Law Enforcement, B.S.; Basketball, Foot- ball, Criminal Law, Computor Science, Business, Treasurer of Law Enforcement Club. TENNEY, D. Nursing, B.S.N. THEALL, S. Business, B.S.; Management Club, Dean's & President's List, Squash. THOMAS, P. Afro-America Studies, B.A.; An Artist in Painting and Drawing, Professional Singer and Per- former, Two Awards from Boston State for Former Dancer with Canafia and Services, (A.S.A.) 74-75 (B.S.C). THOMPKINS, D. Elem. Ed., B.S.; M.A. in Speech Pathology, Become an Excellent Teacher, M.A. in Speech Path. THOMPSON, D. El. Ed„ B.S.; Primary Interest Is Children, Listening to Jazz Records, Swimming and Writing Novels. THOMPSON, N. Nursing, B.S.N.; Secretary— SNA, Baccalaureate Committee, Interests: Dancing, Bowl- ing, Music, Travelling, Accomplishments: Presidents List, Deans List. THORNDIKE, F. Sociology & Poly Sci., B.A.; Sociology Club, Student Government. THORNE, R. Biology, B.S.; Bicycling, Swimming, Ski- ing, Travel, Medicine, Community Work, Black Power. THORNTON, S. Sociology, Concentration in Social Work, B.A.; Member of Psi Chi, (Psychology Honor Society), Interests, Photography, Reading, Swimming and Writing. TILAHUN, W. Biology, B.S.; Biology Club, African American Club, Tennis Club. TOSCANO, R. English, Bachelor of Arts; Italian Club - 4 yrs., Curriculum Committee of Eng. Dept. (1 yr), English Club - 4 yrs.. History Club - 4 yrs., Phi Alpha Theta, President's List Every Semester. TOSCANO, R. Biology, Bachelor of Science; Biology Club Member for 3 yrs., Head of Tutorial Program in Biology for 2 yrs., A Member for 3 yrs. TUCCI, L. Physical Education, Secondary Ed., Health, B.S.; Varsity Basketball 2 yrs., Varsity Track 4 yrs, Physical Education Club. UCHENDU, C. Management, B.S. UNACHUKWU, J. Economic, B.A.; Sports, Music. VALENCIA, M. Management, B.S.; Italian and Management Club Member, Worked for Awhile as a Foreign Student Advisor's Aide. VEDEL, L. French, B.A.; Night Watch Club (Night Stu- dent Club). VIVEIROS, S. Management, B.S. VON ROSENVINGE, M. Mathematics, B.S.; Presi- dent Math Club, Fall 78, Spring 79, Presidents Lists, Cum Laude. VOZZELLA, E. Elementary Educ, B.S.; Minor: Art, Education Club. WALCOTT, R. Law Enforcement, B.S.; Theatre, Music, Football, Future Goals, M.A. Criminal Justice. WOLL, J. Elementary Education, B.S.; President's List, Dean's List, Music Club, Education Club. WALSH, P. Pol. Sci., B.A.; I enjoy Working Only Part- Time, Volunteer Work, Happy To Be Getting Out of School. WILLIAMS, D. Business Mgmt., B.S.; Twice Made the Deans List, Enjoys Music and Reading, Sociology, Hopes to Further Career with New England Tel. WILSON, A. Biology, B.S. ^V WONG, F. Management, B.S.; Ping Pong, Music, Soccer, Math, Travel. WOODS, E. El. Ed„ B.S.; Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities 1977-78, Varsity Basketball 76-77 Co-Capt. 77-78, Deans List. WYCKOFF, M. Nursing, B.S.N. ; Student Nurses Assoc, Baccalaureate Committee, Dean's List, President's List, Teaching Emergency Health Care. YOUNG, B. Early Childhood Ed., B.S.. YOUNG, S. Psychology, B.A. ZOLIO, D. Economics, B.A.; History Club, Inter national Honor Society for Economics. The drought was over, but the storms that followed were, in many parts of the country, blizzards and floods. President Carter's popularity was on the downswing because of his foreign policy and the releasing of the Panama Canal. The court rules for Bakke, but condones affirmative action. The nation watched as Californians staged the "Great Tax Revolt," better known as Proposition 13. Champions of world peace were weary with the loss of two Popes, the Russian spy trials, the People's Temple mass suicide and murders in Guyana, and continued tension in the Middle East, ssues still pending were the ERA, the Neutron Bomb, the "Self Rule" plan in Rhodesia, paraquat poisonings, Cuban tension and the threat of Cold War. Muhammad Ali was upset and all of America caught "Saturday Night Fever." ff S>& >^*r^ Tedla Mulugeta 65A Lenox St. Boston, Mass. Major: Management Minor: Political Science Julie Galvin 126 Mayfair Dr. Westwood, Mass. Major: English Minor: Sociology Steven Theall 82 Centre St. West Quincy, Mass. Major: Management Minor: Political Science Mabel Hines Box 73 Waverly, Mass. Major: Biology Minor: Afro-Studies Vincent Mili Jr. 10 Gladstone St. Cambridge, Mass. Major: Physical Ed. Minor: Coaching 1979 NURSING BACCALAUREATE 1979 HONORS CONVOCATION , ■ ■'■■'■"":: v" 1979 JOHN J. KELLY SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS BANQUET SENIOR WEEK 1979 A NIGHT AT THE POPS ■ .'.W A NIGHT AT THE RED SOX SENIOR DINNER-DANCE COMMENCEMENT 79 BOSTON STATE COLLEGE FAREWELL CLASS OF 79 A MEMORIAL n the winter of 1979 seven young black women were brutally murdered within three months time. A memorial march, and protest against apparent police indifference was organized by several Boston State College students. f » >'J ii m Farewell our sisters you are gone . . . . but not forgotten YEARBOOK STAFF EDITOR— LUCILLE FONSECA ASSISTANT EDITOR— BRAD ROBERTS TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE— TIMOTHY FOOTE PHOTOGRAPHY— A. BENDRISS, HENRY TAYLOR, DAVID PIERCE, RAY MAC MILLAN, NANNETTE SMITH LAYOUT AND DESIGN— LUCILLE FONSECA PHOTO FINISHING— A. BENDRISS, IMAGE WORKS of BOSTON PUBLISHER— INSTITUTIONAL SERVICES INC. of SAN FRANCISCO SENIOR PORTRAITS— IMAGE MAKER of SAN FRANCISCO 154— #1,2,3,4. pg. 153— #1. 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