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THE BOSTONIAN 
BOSTON STATE COLLEGE^ 
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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 

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STAFF 





REGIONAL STUDIES 




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MUSIC DEPT. 





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PSYCHOLOGY DEPT. 





PHILOSOPHY DEPT. 



PHYSICAL ED. 





Irene DiVincerzo — Financial Aid 



James P. Jones — Academic Dean 




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Herbert Reagan — Administration 



Tom Broderick — Placement Dir. 




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Chief Stevens — Security 



Erik Straughter — Urban Learning 




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James Sullivan — Athletic Dir. 



Dave Roberts — Sports Information 





James V. Morris 
Dean of Students 



William Morrissey 

Dir. — Planning and Development 




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Inez P. Wells 

Dean of Financial Aid 



Joseph Vaccaro 

Dir. Information Services 






Fr. Tom Curran 
Campus Ministry 



Clair Joyce 

Staff Assistant Counselor 




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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 
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of a deal he made with a Greek baker 

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students because many of them mu 
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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 
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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 

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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: 

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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. 

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many studen s 
not receive r 
while ^he bulk 
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to -work year to 
allowed to wo 
their full awa; 
accounting foi 
remaining funt 

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to their targets and back. He never ac- 
(Ually saw the mangled bodied those 
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K^rder. 

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he was not on duty, he 
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selling jobs 
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"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 
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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: 

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mv in Vietnam in 1971 and 197 
s graduation from South Boston 
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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. 

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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 



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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 

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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 




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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. ; 
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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. 



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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. 



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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 



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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, 



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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. 



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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 



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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 



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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. 



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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 





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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 







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1979 
JOHN J. KELLY SCHOLARSHIP 




AWARDS BANQUET 



SENIOR WEEK 



1979 





A NIGHT AT THE POPS 




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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. 



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Farewell our sisters 
you are gone . . . . 
but not forgotten 



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