Emerson College - Emersonian Yearbook (Boston, MA)

 - Class of 1973

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"I would rather be a plant than a man in this land. I would rather be a plant on this land. You can trans- plant a plant and it can grow free. But the man that's been trans- planted can 't. So you can see why l'd rather be free with branches and leaves that can grow free. If man had a choice before he was exploited, than his offspring would do more than dream." 2 IN MEMQRY of ELLEN REICH 1953-1972 Y W , V ., 1 : 4 . ,m.aa:',. 1 ,,, J s bv fm T. wk-+A fr ,Fi 4.5. 1, 'f 413953, Q w.."l4frQ 'lv x'x .,., A, Zllllll ll ' Isl! TT in Q S an xk,f 'C xg". 1 ' -Ng: 'kv , f . Nu. J. 1 .3 wnMq' '.A's-:gr f' 1 .',2- -- ' A"' '- '56 Bus-A 'f' f .. n ' - A 1" ' .ng ' - fu x " Ahcfzb' 'gan' A ' ,Y ' ' 1 , . 5 I .1 ' A , 'X' ' '...f? ' S ' i fr '-ff' ,aj , vtilsyfla -, s 4 , Q 5 4 4: - ww.. 45' A j n It u ? D , 5 f f' , Eh, i' ff . xy E DSTO 5 Cc w- ' ,fffff Q., hY,,, .- -Pf' 1 I 'W n.5""t .5 S. ' ' f 3: ' Xa xx ! 1-rj' at av 1, A HW xg Y I.:-1:1 I, Q Jw 4. 1-MN SN X .H Y X -Q .4 W ss ' PD? "' ' XX A., ,xg-410u'V'4V . ' 9' X XXxXS'. Q? x V ,R K t U! If 1 ., Q 5 Q Rx 3 3 3 . X 9 - w-KX f 7' f X X X xXxE.1XXXS?9Q xffjf K X X , , Q 'zz f, if . , i. 4 'Q L, 'Wxvba-J. ' v, 5 ' 5 Ames ARE LCDOKING Fon MEN qg., f N ,4- ' I. q ,... .V ui 1 5 Q.. , ,,, "iv J .fa P1 is 9,..p-iz 'Q n 5 ,ia hn- SE 11 ADMINISTRATION RICHARD CHAPIN President GENE TEXEIRA GERALD P. KROEGER Vice-President Provost W, WINTHROP CARLSON Comptroller jr' we i Il 'G- DR. RICHARD PIERCE Dean of the College, Academic Vice-president SAM GREENLEY Director of Public Relations GEORGE BLACKWELL Business Manager ag- ye V MRS. HELEN APPEL Secretary ,f -"' NS ISSI AD DANA DENAULT HELEN CROSS Meir aflifrfix .1 MwW"'5k ,320 W,,,,, W , Y .nf ' i 14 FF Q wsu-K .ne ' ' i , is 9, A Assistant Dean SHELTON FORREST Dean of Students OLIVER WOODRUFF Assistant Dean WILLIAM CHEVALIER Assistant Dean PHYLLIS BOWMAN i i Administrative Assistant ANDREA WRUBEL ,cap-F ap- Q- , Director of Financial Aid SUSAN LEVINSON mv""""""" ,jf 'K E SHARON SLEP HELEN SWEET ANN JOHNSON FINANCIAL GFFICE IT'S A SMOKEFT' NANCY HENSON SWITCHBOARD A: : 'P ... 41 if b.l..,,,,,mh.. F M s gk 245304 ENGLISH DR. LINDGREN Chairman k ,,,Y , , f ,, HOLLY GIBSON S QQ ,,,m:,K.,,,5f,u,: ,g,,4,m.,,3,,93,Vg,35fgvgxy?4sbv-wli xx DR. WILLIAMS BENITO FIAKOWER 23 .JK ,ff HAIG MARDEROSIAN W, SPEECH 2 x 1 CHARIS ZA DR. JOHN CHARLES PHILLIPS, Cha ATION UNIC M M CO SS MA FILM 26 DAN BERMAN JAMES BFIOSCHART, Chairman X, X S CONRAD OSTROWSKI .M , ...V wa... yn kwa- s... , n..-Q pw... OEJQ' .1 DFI. ERNEST J. MOORE COMMUNICATION DISORDERS DR. C CDITI DRAMATIC ARTS The department of Dramatic Arts is primarily concerned with the prepara- tion of actors and designers for the professional theatre. lt's greatest val- ue as an educational resource is to make the student in some way aware of himself through the actual practice of acting or designing. Both the acting and design courses are small enough to allow real person- al contact between students and teachers. Hopefully, at the end of his work in the Dramatic Arts department, the student has some idea of who he is, and some sense of what kind of talent he has to offer to the theatre. WILLIAM L. SHARP Chairman f 'liw-1+-Mfihuau-Q JAMES ARTHUR SPRUILL SHELDON FELDNER 9. xg 31 w SUSAN MARTIN GARY CASARELLA WAP' k""""' " f i Ennsontoi A """"'f2 G A ,Lf +- 'I , .1 ..- in - , F 'x If 32 F x 42? a , -,,... 1 'Z W., 5 9,3 .. if K, 32 91" 1' N' , LARRY LUNIN HERMAN GEORGE FRAN MCARTHUR I 1 A 'edit 3 :ww Qifvifr ' if fe , 2 7 if ,Zh X .5 S ROBERT MURRAY WILLIAM FREGOSI 33 A. D. SENSENBACH Director of Graduate Studies JHDFW' Q SUSAN PAIGEN ANGELA D'AMBROSIA NINNOG NEHT3 s" "' THEATRE EDUCATION The Department of Theatre Education relates to the preparation of primary, secondary and college level teachers in the field of drama, theatre and dance through a B.S., B.A. and BFA program. In addition to this, it offers training for specialists in drama programs of social organizations and com- munity service agencies, for professional careers in the community theatre and children's theatre as directors, actors, playwrights, and producers. lt also trains students in preparation for careers of scholarship and research in educational theatre. Because information cannot be learned in the classroom alone, the Department provides basic information, observation, demonstration and prac- ticum in the classroom, on the stage, backstage and in the workshop. The Department contributes not only to the de- velopment of the student, but also to the citizens of the community. lt performs as true service to the people of the community through its children's touring shows, experimental creative dramatics classes, community services and specialized thera- py programs and at the same time trains students to utilize and expand this type of activity as a career. LEONIDAS NICKOLE, Department Chairman HARRY MORGAN RVECINHIH ANN3'I POLLY RITCHELL BOB MARTIN .fa-X MARGERY GOLDSCHLAG fk MARY ELLEN ADAMS AL CORONA LELAND BRADBARD Drama Therapy a 39 DANCE DIVISION DANCE DIVISION The dance program at Emerson is unique in its individuality and its philoso- phy for the dancer who wishes to achieve an academic education in combination with advanced dance training. Graduates receive a B.A.fB.S. degree in Speech-with a major in Theatre Education-Dance. ALBERT PESSO ARTHUR PERRY ,yO 1,209 if ilif' IVA LANE JUDITH JINSON MARK GOLSTAUB ANNUNCIATA STRANO LESLIE MARSHALL W r , a Wm. .pw ,L-.nf A RAMON DIAZ JIM ROSS M. COFFEY LAURIE ZALLEN I-in ELIZABETH GREENBERG X. ROBERT RADLER HUNTLEY NICHOLAS 3, Qvfa 'U -' A , sfwfy Q, Vg r K JUANITA HOFRNE 'N Q . ,,4N lbw vu- 4 51, as ' ..- f.: A ' ' ia-W, V, 1., "su-.ww 'f' mf f ba - A.. , A 1f,54W,. ww N f ev- WN' X' EILEEN BRODIE JOHN VOORHEES .gp LARRY JAINCHILL GARY BERKORWITZ 3 Q 3 5 ! ELYSE KOTLER AM gg, Dk L'-'d,'i-'ll """"s ln., LEE ELLEN NEWMAN 53 KARENPENZELL 'X a JACKSON HY KAT 9.25 if 'fad' Qggxwv ,M Q-4 , . '!'r"'-- F4533 . X..." "gR.lhr" M.:-47" 1. , V vt..-'. ff ,Vs P gtg' K . L M yrs. l . V . xx Ill an .M-.. ANNE Fl. KARPEL f ff fl' 1 1 , .f'- ff N iw ,M :wal -1sLAs,+w - 41- . -as K QM . . , . ag, N - ff,. 1 v-FN.- k ' Q. . 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WK. ., 'x .x wx P s FIRST LEVEL FIRST-LEVEL PROGRAM FOR FRESHMEN AND SOPHOMORES The primary objective of the First-Level Program is to prepare students for a concentrated study in an area of the communication arts and sciences. The First-Level Program consists of a two-year synthesis of a Core Program and electives. The electives permit the student to explore, in an immediate and direct way, his unique personal and professional interests. On the other hand, the required Core Program, organized around the concept of Man the Communicator, provides a basic and shared foundation in the commu- nication arts and sciences for all Emerson students. Man the Communicator is studied from the vantage point of an interdisciplinary curriculum. The interdisciplinary program combines performance in the basic communication skills with a study of pertinent ideas and content. Within the program the student is expected to become an active participant, involving himself in creative ways in achieving the educational goals of the First-Level Program. Chairman GLEN SNOWDEN JEAN KILBOURNE 60 TED ROMBERG IRENE MCGINNIS If if Q , ! :Q K Wa. ,, , 6 ,. bf f 9 , 4 H ff:-ff fs TIM RUPP RICHARD PEPP JACK BERNSTEIN 63 DONALD LUMSDIN JANE SMITH .1 GAYE LUMSDIN TED LOCKHART MICHAEL BROWN fl v 11 40105 N-Stuff 'Nm STEPHEN SHIPPS WAYNE PERKINS TOM DAHILL 'l'l3MOd CIIAVCI 'WVHEDIHE NVOP H.LVE'IOO .Lf1W'I3H 3 4 ! . W. M 1. L4 .f " '- A L . l Ti H A-R ROBERT MCGOVERN HILDE KLEINFELD ALEX COHEN ,p THY R WE LISA MORAIS KA O 71 . V Q? -F s . Y K f A J,, , if, JAMIE MUNCIE SHERRY GREENWALD in -N211 X uni if Y if M if saw 4 ' ' wffkgff 3' Em. ELIZABETH GREEN 73 Eng JUDY GFZEENBERG v .,, . -' t ,. :fag--' iff ' 'wif -Ani. f .L , . ' Q 2, Q ,V T91 Y.: BUD FISHER T ANDY WANDER MARK SIMPSON 75 1 ,5,L'f' s my JANET EHRLICH KNOX GILLEPIE K. K K N., -K Xa., 'kk .R KK NINA ODOOD I I I PAMELA SALETAN q.. Q 3 CATHY CHARNESS "M -w, 77 3. 5 it Fw Y Q Q S 9, fi ,,, , 1 F 3- x' 'Z 53 a N 4 in X 3' , . , 3 X, A K M If whiz .. 5 , ,.,, , Q sj g is H Z -f. : is ' V Z Q ii ,gk Q Wg.. M rx' 9. if v x, W ,,-yu, w , if Q Q V 5 .. , , In 4 f' ' Q iiffifi JOYCE BRICK 5 Z1 STEPHEN PERKINS SEA, .. elm 4 .-:, 9' wx JENITA MCDANIELS RICHARD 81 BARBARA WURTZEL K, ,S Aat,55 A Aa ini, DAVID M. EHRMANN . D D A , Q, V tx, ,i U 5 . . S...-ff. Q, an - A I D I 1 i hr - QDEFDD , i .iqgv i D hh D A, 'Viv . , ff- if AA '3--A Lggxik D .. 2. 1 7 If 'if' , fi , N Y n it 4 ' W - K --494 ,nina Ii D viii' k ,gn 1 sm, P if A ., AAN 4 ff f' ' , D 5 -Q ' , 1, . -2 I, t '.x,A,,', V . , K ' A ' .M MN Ax - W DQ , .A A QA-'iii' J? A A f ' ' D 'yy' , X f" " D-"ji I 'fw 'Z -A A -.ww-Afq , A D A .A ',A'1r'i' A - D .D H., D" ' ,D DA - A . K' DM f -, D' ' A A D D fi A D l:F:L.1cg.dd Q i , , .D 5 DA X' fi 4: W, . , 'Bugs . 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TERRY HELBING 90 JOAN WILSON ps' ": isis-'Qfll::A l L devil' DEBORAH MADFKEY KAREN FFIIEDBERG H f, 5, DENNIS QUINN BARBARA L. TOBIAS 92 DAVID GLASOFEFI V . 3 K . ., Anxbfgjijfk ,e rf Q .,.,. A ...., - ky S, . if 5 Q Q is 'B Q' U Aa B Q 4, L . as 'Q ,P wif' '1- 4? , W 5 . +3558-xx is m ,.... .? l r .. 1 :yn A,-4+ ,w, 4 L 4 5' if +22 Q if gn 1 LISA FABBAN FRANCIS STONE SUE MAIDA 94 ! is A O I , ,, Q!vz. Q: L, XX r f V J'-'x 'mfg ffxix Ind 'if or Ns! 1 W 'R Q. Zig ,. 'S CAROLINE PAULINO J K. JANE GUTEFRMAN PETER LIDMARK JOHN OLIVER MICHAEL TOSCANO EDWARD HETTSTROM 90 H' 1 F.. - B' l Kill if K ig f in , Q wb fi Q X -fe Q if 3' 3 z G Q - 1' AL.- 'ax 1 A if a' 'CPF' x Sa -S. Q iirwm-SX fr' DAVID NEVILLE HOSEIH EIHVW NNV 1 I n CHARLES E. MCGRAW CELIA VILCHICK I 5' is ' - fin I, K ' f ' , A ig 'j Q 1 . fu f v lv Q! jgg 1' W. gf 'I ,..,....-novwv-""' ,A L we-Q., 1 -Q V,,, W., A ,, fl -' , WWW 'HB' OO MARIANNE L. CHICK PEGEE MALCOLM CONSTANCE B. MAC ANNE REYNOLDS W' K . . -- .::,wmv,,1 552- ' zgizg, , "W' 'igqgzff' 101 HARRIET ROTKOPF 1 "2,""A'lw3fMq1i I ,Af rw f M-.ffxi E. GORDON BROWN Y PAUL MILLER .4 - iq'i"?2a'fi , -4, L, --wm,K,,MAW i K y ""'?"'P'3!'1g JANICE OLIVER BILL DONAHUE if BARBARA STELZER A x Q O 0 ' U 9 0 ,Q..Q,"Q0.'i Q 4 0.'0.'. 0-5 41.2, 0 3 ,f inf A I , WENDIE ASHER MOIRA KELLER .9 PAUL D'AMATO CARYL JAFIMAK HESNITIEIS A901 105 O6 MICHAEL MCIVEF! JEFFERSON LEWIS SHIRLEE TURNER O8 KELLY BLAKESLEE ANDREA SLES BEVERLY CONTE N A . X v W 1 xp F I -2 . PHILIP ROBINSON DEBRA JEFIVAY 2 MARC JONATHAN MATZ JOANNE DARRIGO 'UN DONALD A. BYRD STEPHEN J. MORAWIEC II 115 ROBIN HERBERT 116 qv af' SUZANNE SCHOLNICK SANDRA POTTER JJJ' PAT TRUSTY : ,,-T-Q: 'Q Y 8 OEL FELDMAN J ROY NAGY ,K 4 ei 9 20 J,- 9 . , ,. 'Q , , 4' ' , 1- w i' P, i v ,wg ' 4 f A """" K ' 'F' wwf 4' X, . uv. - . ,my V f -V L V 4-.ax - W -..- SF ' A 'WL' A -w-- -. -....,.,,.,4b. , Q- . .jf-....,1,s -ff... MARC CHASE HOLLY ABRAMSON DAVID GIOIA CARMINE JANTUSCH H , WX ,M 1 l I , . ,LVV eff F fvfw' E EDDIE HETTSTROM RHO DELTA OMEGA CARMINE JANTUSCH ,fff"x IZ'-f,,,,,..... BARNEY BISHOP DOUG ERHLICH ART ROBERTS GORDON STUART NAT LIEBOWITZ ERIC HAHN 'iT ' sl' f""'lx 3, , ff IJ , it 3 17, R T , I - ff ROY STEINFELD I CHUCK COLLINS vm FORENSICS b J 68, f 4 Q52 Zia ff -ffl A Q 5 f4fww'a,i fi. 1' mg iw ,, if , W1 452 f 2 ' 44551 ff , I1 ,, A i,,,,,,,, , H ,, :Z A y . 4 N if ,.efvA3t',,'.?i' - 2 1 W?-"ci 'f 'f f' 'h 'Ax-' ' Qgglf 24 AT THE ANNUAL CONVENTION OF THE AMATEUR ATH- LETICS UNION, HELD IN KANSAS CITY, NOVEMBER 27- DECEMBER 1, COACH JAMES C. PECKHAM WAS ELECTED TO THE OLYMPIC COMMITTEE. COACH PECKHAM COACHED THE UNITED STATES WRESTLING TEAM IN THE SUMMER OLYMPICS AT MUNICHQ HE WRESTLED IN THE 1956 OLYMPICS. ,, , W, f Y :J ,pw f " ,w'j,wwN .T pf-ma lm- H -een' WW' in wluapm L,.. "Ci-,,4Infr:,,b,,W..,, y ,,,,,W. Emerson LIGNS Basketball Team Q 4, I X v, N51 Emerson LIONS Hockey Team Emerson LIONS Wrestling Team r Q W Emerson Cross Country runners Millie Parks and Jan Greaney .J 129 S H OVVCAS E N 'xx 'K IX N 131 THEATRE 34 5 36 V 38 9 Q 3 5 5 fi 52 f G I QQ: fm - w H 5.x :w 5. ,L z., a Q a 321 .W ga 2 2 .. Q 1 2 Si ei S E 3 3 Sf Q E S E E 5 E 2 2 'Q w ? i 'Z 1 3? 4 44 I- l 14 46 va' g. M .QQ 1 rm: W wf X K 2 ss, .. A L, N. ,SK . m.A,"fi fs En Q I Wm, 3-Q, QQ-g1't,,'S E b if Ar' als. Moma went to bed with a contented feeling tonite 'cause all her children were home She slept real peaceful-like 'cause Jan wasn't in Nam and Jaffe ain't strung out and Jill was home for dinner and Julie wrote a poem and Jason passes in school and she could hug her baby Julian even tho' he's 12 now i guess you could say moma done alright. 14 For a most beautiful sister, Amina and to all the young, gifted and black woman at Emerson College 148 good intelligent sunshine, superfine Let your loveflifeflight shine on me on our brothers and sisters be lieving in your depending on you we be taking your loveflifeflight shine for granted you've been our inspiration and we've shown little appreciation with a loveflifeflight so strongfintense alfh0UQh we may not all take note it's easy to accept you, warm and beautiful now to say I love you educate to hurt you inspirate with truth rays so strongfintense it's easier to ignore you 'CHUSG We need to turn our eyesfsouls away the SUN, 'cause truth rays are sometimes, blinding. keep on Keeping On life giver filled with a purpose life bearer knowing your our direction do What YOU do NETUVBHY' shine black Shine culture Let your loveflifeflight shine conscious ness on me on our brothers and sisters. Pat 'N is E X wk 1" if Mi' fr' Not Death by Gloria Jones lt's not dying, - That worries me, But living And knowing that l'lI never be free. l've one life to live, And little time to live Something to the world It could never see Had there not been born . . . A me. But here l sit Behind these walls Looking into unlit halls, No means of escape From the racist hate. lt's not dying that worries me. 150 lt's Times Like These lt is times like these when the quiet turns to boredom and the boredom turns to loneliness that is when my mind begins to wander and it finds its way to your side I then remember the good times we had and after all the memories have been remembered, my mind wanders back to me. And l'm not so lonely any more. VlCtOl'la Everett 2 5 54 The black community at Emerson presented two plays in this year's theatre practicum: Black Terror, by Richard Wesley, and the Journey - A Black ritual Experience, written and directed by student Amina Dickerson. The importance of these plays is their representation of black theatre in the seventies and the struggle of the black artist to expand and explore all dimensions of black creation. Black theatre does not seek to entertain or delight abstract sensuality, rather its goal is to educate the people. lt is about revolution and revolutionary propgandag about a creative, new black mythology. Black theatre is a vital force in the politics of black cultural nationalism. lt must, by definition be revolutionary theatre, because we are a revolutionary people, and as Maulana Ron Ka- renga has stated: "National liberation requires political and moral unity, a con- fidence of all aspects of our culture, tying together each group and level of our people into a knot that will not break or unravel under stress and strain of constant struggle." How strong our cultural weapons are in the struggle becomes one of the responsibilities of the creative black artist, regardless of the creative motif he employs to express our collective experience. Black art that isn't a revolutionary expression of black culture isn't worthy of black people, it cannot be considered good art since it can have little practical application in the struggle to build a nation. As Brother Harold Cruse has said: " He fthe blackmanj must understand that his social revolution is nothing if not cultural in content . . . The CBlackJ revolution can be economic, social Political, administrative or radical in form, but it must be cultural in content. If it is not cultural in content it is not revolutionary, but a mere rebellion without ideas . . . " 'rf 155 flu, .ia V 4 h.... X 3' l7a'.Y 'N L,5:,. ..', V. 1 f ff Zi-J' 401 'Y 52519 --an-1 j ,M -K mv' 58 6 ,AQH- isa T fi, 15 PHYLLIS SHARFIN MAFIGIE JOSEPH LINELLE SOXMAN 60 V W M N q ' .ibm fe .W gag NSW up is.al"' CHRISTINE MORSE CHERYL GOLDMAN f' ' i ! JACQUELINE JONES 161 I 62 STUART YOUNG SUZANNE COFITI JANICE BERGER MELANIE NEMEFZOFF ROY STEINFELD 800359 "Y 9 ,Y A ,, .. - , ,. , --- ,,k,,,,,,,,, , ,Y f M , K V ' ' v ' ., K ', li, sy., 163 Cdedicated to the people on the subwayj GOOD NEWS Now nerve deafness can be helped! My eyepiece will dance on it's manic ceiling with pronounced glee. Every toe and ankle cell will smirk outlandishly. The cops will arrest me for unbelievable behavior with a crippled newsboy half my age. The jolly french pornographer whose perfumed wrists tremble with every subway stop will suddenly swing from the overhead bar his hairy legs the ultimate obscenity. 164 Penelope Henes City Freaks You wear the city lights so well About your head Pistachio shells cluster beside yo Reddened fingers one and all . . . Soda cans sparkle in coldness Quenching your minds' thirst While you rush about Pleasing friends, you'll never know. To hours passing I recall Broken versus upon the wall Stained by winters chill and rain ur bed Memory dimmed to by-gone pain . . . And life so short with goals so distant Days follow one another, as lost children- Where flourescent lights, all an illusion Hover beneath grey clouds And disguise confusion. Beau '73 A JI, in KT 165 ik I .,. ,K,...:.K Q ,V . - ,. K:KKK,,,, K K,,,.KK ,,. 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' ,rib- Q, 'fry Wx. X 4 W K 4 . ' -A 'f ff? '?"'v': . -mi? , . ff-ga Q' 225.3 -A X 5 : 'ffl' ,Q if 6 7 F ag.. Q.-v a s '..r r- M 5 ',, 1 fNEfJ1Ayr,, v "5 U a 'QV -1-'L J gru- J 'u 'Lrg' WM- mn 171 . Cf, x W 172 3 74 sz. 0 V+.. F! if A Y V ,,,,, Q -A.2VV , ,,. , .A., gi 6-'lm ef X I -nf 76 As an investor scrutinizing his company so came the parents of Emerson examining the institution placed in charge of furthering the educational development of their sons and daughters. There to aid in giving the annual report were many members of the faculty and administration. By means of a varied, entertaining and enlightening program they carefully explained a few of the interesting phenomenons of the college. Of special note were the First Level Program presentation and the dedication of the new audiology center in the Department of Communication Disorders. Students themselves high- lighted the weekend events by sponsoring assorted activities in the evening including a play and a E.B.O.N.I. program. PARENTS WEEKEND 77 78 79 i 80 181 8 8 84 8 w ,, V, KNAW 87 88 MASS COMMUNICATIONS DEPARTMENT 4 'I -.., 90 ,gf L . V, n K I ' . .. , ' . 1 , ' - H , - ' is . ' ,jf in 4 Q ' Qi- ' M . 4 If ' ' . ,, ' f ' 4 -f' ' . . ' f 1 ' . .. o , " p' " a. ntl, .,,-v.", . . - " - ' .' . , '., ,', -' , 4 . H Q , . ,ii Q , H, - 0 , ' - , 1. , A ,' v ' 'H' -' . , . 1 - ., ' ' ' . - . K -. . . 1' ' ' ' ' t ' ' ' " " 'v 4 ' - - I ,,.,4L. Z , 4 K ' 5 f ?' f Q f E ' - ' o ' n .. , ' Z' . .W . N-.,......, ..... . . . .. J. , f s? i ' ix ' Q1 ff-. if , Q 9 E -N"' :' ff' ' gy r ,jf . pw ,Q m.1.M,,.,vR29'Q.,x,N4,,s x L Q , MMM 'V 4: wwms, 3 1i""! T I 193 94 ,- ut? "nil, N'R ,ivan ,,.,f v KJ'hQ . if 1 K' My we XML K? ' - N 1 2' 7?v,f',1 X -' 3 2 .- .:l!: V f..,QU ,P Xdtxq 'L. h 4, ri? g K 4 Q, v 7 Q . ,, J k - 'C gd ' ',2-, ,,,,, 14 ,F WA '- . " J Xb' 4,4 'fat ,,. 1, . 53.1 ek: ' 7.. craenx? A 4 . Q 'Z' -fvufafx... " --ffs ' ' 1' " Q' 42' f.'H , 7' mu" ' '91 -1-'ia 'sis' :tf'53"' k'1lf"'f1'ff-J 4 xx. ' Q: . ,vu 1 - H -'1'.'-wtf 4 , Q ' ,ma 1 .Q 'L - A+ 4--':+ , '9"-NIH' .1., ',f',,a+ - .f,..",-ff. N , . f V4 5' X, ,Z x -j U.. rl ,iq fn ' " ,i L. " A-Y-.1-.si .Q FQ, :W I - 'A I ' A3 .,,' 'gif' K , ,,,.L.. . . L xt X .x X ELA, . 9 96 97 1 98 l ff ,,.-.--V--f f ,f' 4' ff, 200 SENIOR DIRECTORY Cynthia Allen, 461 Sharon Drive, Wayne, Pa. 19087 Wendie Asher, 217 Bayview Fairways Dr., Thornhill, Ontario, Canada Joyce Ann Ashford, 1420 Fowler, Evanston, Illinois Maxine Baker, 4717 Twelfth St., N.E. Washington, D.C. Gary Berkowitz, 165 Comm. Ave., Boston, Mass. 02116 Stephen Gregory Bettencourt, 171 Knight St., Providence, R. I. Elayne K. Bloom, W 61 Glen Ave., Paramus, New Jersey Joyce Brick, 410 East Main St., Meriden, Ct. 06450 Donald A. Byrd, 21204 24th South, Seattle, Wash. 98188 Richard Wm. Carton, 533 Main St., Middleton, N.J. Molly McKeon Casserella, 9 Curran Ave., Binghampton, N.Y. Cathy Charness, 5527 King Edward Ave., Montreal, Canada Marc Chase, 118 West 79th St., N.Y., N.Y. Carol Frolkis Cole, 75 Eaton Road, Needham, Mass. Albert G. Cremin, 35A Memorial Rd., Somerville, Mass. Paul G. D'Amato, 9 Bregat Terrace, Framingham, Mass. Joanne Marie Darrigo, 39 Dexter S., Medford, Mass. Paul De Angelo, 28 Burnham St., Terryville, Conn. William E. Dillane, 74 Wayland Ave., Waterbury, Conn. David M. Ehrmann, 47 South St., Brockton, Mass. Joel Feldman, 121 E. Virginia Ave., West Chester, Pa. Bud Fisher, 35 Soby Drive, West Hartford, Conn. Deborah Ann Gimbel, 66 Diamond St., New Haven, Conn. David Glasofer, 585 Newark Ave., Elizabeth, New Jersey Susan Lyn Glatt, 73 W. 37th St., Bayonne, New Jersey Susan Goldberg, 39-13 Morlot Ave., Fairlawn, New Jersey Marcia Goldberg, 97-40 62nd Drive, Rego, New York Michael Goldstein, 856 Ester Ave., Teaneck, New Jersey Betsy Green, 415 Claremont Ave., Montclair, New Jersey Liz Greenberg, 19 Fairfat Ave., Ottawa, Ontario, Canada Howard Grossman, 751 Hillcrest Rd., York, Pa. Jeffrey A. Grove, 84 Gordon St., Brighton, Mass. Jane Guterman, 157 William St., Catskill, New York Terry Helbing, 175 Wisconsin Ave., East Dubuque, Ill. Robin Herbert, 5101 Collins Ave., Miami, Florida Edward Hettstrom, 30 Stedman Ave., Braintree, Mass. Caren Dale Himelson, 1 Thompson Drive, East Rockaway, New Jersey Janet Hodos, 533 W. Park Ave., Long Beach, N.Y. Kathy Jackson, 511 California Court, Paducah, Kentucky Caryl Jarmak, 478 Winthrop Ave., New Haven, Conn. Jacqueline Jones, 129 Wooton St., Boonton, New Jersey Margery Joseph, 203 Comm. Ave., Boston, Mass. Anne Karpel 140-28 68 Drive, Kew Gardens Hills, New Jersey Deeny Kaplan, 4701 Willard Ave., Chey Chase, Md. Hilde Kleinfeld, 3714 Kennedy Blvd., Union City, New Jersey Joyce Kupferstein, 278 Gilchrest Rd., Great Neck, New York Sonny Lawrence, 269 Nod Hill Rd., Wilton, Conn. Robin Liederman, 6 Kenneth Court, Great Neck, New York Paul Curtis Levinson, 46 Matthew St., New Bedford, Mass. Jefferson W. Lewis, Jr., 4422 13th Place, N.E., Wash. Peter J. Lidmark, 56 Vernon Street, Woburn, Mass. Barry Allan Lipnick, 135 Wagner St., Edison, New Jersey Nicholas Losavio, 2265 Woodland Terrace, Scotch Plains, N.J. Bradford Wm. Luebker, 2 Foley Dr., N. Reading, Mass. Deborah D. Madrey, 14 Moreland St., Roxbury, Mass. Sue Maida, 3743 Chesapeake Ave., Hampton, Virginia Pegee Malcolm, 137 Irving Rd., Rhode Island Tina Mallett, 21 Robinhood Rd., Natick, Mass. Renee Maltz, 15 Yates Lane, Jericho, New York Samuel Macini, 97 Greenfield Rd., Mattapan, Mass. Leslie Mann, 194 Birchwood Park Drive, New York Michiyo Matsuzaki, 40 Renunji, Yazone, Mishio City, Aichi, Japan Lisa Morais, 118 Aberdeen Ave., Cambridge, Mass. Stephen Moraweic, 85 Marlborough St., Boston, Mass. Christine Morse, 4 North Bourne Pond R., E. Falmouth, Mass. James Muncie, 35 Ocean Ave., Bayshore, New York Robert McGovern, 171 Lafayette Ave., Chatham, New Jersey Mark Mclntosh, 25 Washington Ave., No. Plainfield, New Jersey Vicki Nadler, 3530 Henry Hudson Pkwy., Riverdale, N.Y. Roy Nagy, 3 Leighton Rd., Natick, Mass. Linda Garrett Naimey, 354 Las Flores St., Santurce, Puerto Rico Theresa Nance, 3053 Chadbourne Rd., Shaker Heights, Ohio, 44120 Melanie Nemeroff, 131 Newbury Street, Boston, Mass. Lee Ellen Neuman, 51 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York, 10003 Martha Jane Oates, 17 Fourth Street, Plainfield, Conn., 06374 David Sean O'Farrel, 3800 University Blvd., Jacksonville, Florida Janice Oliver, 172 Logy Bay Rd., St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada David Parry, 104 Brook Street, Wollaston, Mass., 02170 Martha E. Pasternak, 6 Hulda Lane, Rodhefield, Conn., 06877 Caroline Paulino, 26 Williams Street, No. Eaton, Mass. Karen Penzell, 4048 Sunnyslope Ave., Sherman Oaks, California, 91403 Barbara Anne Perry, 18 Elgin Street, Nashua, New Hampshire 03060 Nancy E. Peterson, 18 Town Brook Rd., West Yarmouth, Mass., 02673 Penny Peyser, W. Sunnyside Lane, Irvington, New York, 10533 Michael J. Picozzi, 8 Rosewood Lane, Bloomfield, Conn., 06002 Dennis Quinn, 279 Rand Street, Central Falls, R.l., 02863 Karen R. Radner, 48 Wexford Street, Springfield, Mass., 01118 Douglas W. Rendell, 164 Milk Street, Fitchburg, Mass., 01420 J. David Reno, 621 W. Beale Rd., Flagstaff, Arizona, 86001 Anne Gordon Rennolds, 6410 Three Chopt Road, Richmond, Virginia, 23226 Anne-Marie Resch, 4908 Long Beach Blvd., Beach Haven Inlet, New Jersey, 08008 Shelly B. Rich, 1500 Worcester Rd., Framingham, Mass. Rosalyn A. Robinson, Washburn Road, Briarcliff Manor, New York, 10510 Mary M.Rogosky, 312 Thompson Street, Latrobe, Pennsylvania, 15650 Margi A. Rosenbloom, 540 North Neville Street, Pittsburgh, Pa., 15213 Caren Rosenfeld, 11 Arthur Court, Plainview, New York, 11803 Jim Ross, 532 Midland Avenue, Saddle Brook, New Jersey, 11803 Amy Rubinsohn, 7937 Montgomery Ave., Elkins Park, Pa., 19117 Donna Mindy Rudansky, 1193 Elinor Road, Hewlett, New York 11557 Pamela Saletan, 27 Clinton Avenue, Kearny, New Jersey, 07032 Ted Schempp, 10 Dunham Rd., Beverly, Mass., 01915 Phyllis M. Sharfin, 50 Rose Lane, New Hyde Park, New York, 11040 Richard Louis Shelter, 21 Charles Street, Wellesley, Mass. 02181 David Sheppard, 333 East 43rd Street, New York, New York Alan H. Shiller, 377 Lake Avenue, Colonia, New Jersey 07067 Jane E. Silver, 11 Joseph Street, Spring Valley, New York, 10977 Simon Singer, 102-12 65 Avenue, Forest Hills, New York R. Alan Shibley, 417 Cora Street, Schenectady, New York, 12306 Elizabeth Solender, 9131 Devonshire, Dallas, Texas Bruce Jeffrey Starin, 2023 SW 99 Avenue, Miami, Florida Robin G. Staver, 759 South Main Street, Athens, Pa., 18810 Shellie Steckel, 8 Marshall Rd., Yonkers, New York, 10705 Ellis Roy Steinfeld, 447 NE 195 St., No. Miami Beach, Florida, 33162 Barbara Lynn Stelzer, 9 Briar Lane, Roslyn Heights, New York, 11577 Marcia Southwick, Box 52, R.F.D., Old Lynne, Conn., 06371 Patricia Trusty, 37 Dyer Ave., Salem, N.H., 03079 Shirlee Turner, 489 Thatford Avenue, Brooklyn, New York, 11212 Celia Vilchick, 66 Howard Avenue, Eastchester, New York, 10707 Sherry Lois Waldstreicher, 1504 Dunbar Street, Far Rockaway, New York 11691 Andy Wander, 88 Audubon Road, Teaneck, New Jersey 07666 J. Allen Wentworth, Route 4739, Dingmans Ferry, Pa., 18328 Beryl Whitmore, Walkley Hill Rd., Haddam, Conn., 06438 Joan Wilson, 94-03 222 Street, Queens Village, New York, 11328 P. Peterlyn Wojtuszewskz, 225 Brooklawn Street, New Bedford, Mass., 02745 Marc Wunder, 400 Louvaine Dr., Buffalo, New York 14223 Ann Yuile, 55 de Lavigne, Montreal, Quebec, Canada 2 202 EDITOR - SHIRLEE TURNER ASSOCIATE EDITOR - MARGARET DIGGS PHOTOGRAPHYXEDITORS - ROBERT J. MOSS JR. ALEX WASHINGTON JR. FINANCIAL SECRETARY - THERESA NANCE FACULTY ADVISOR - JAMES SPRUILL CONTRIBUTORS: Hattie Handy Paul Davis Kelly Blakeslee Peter McMinn Carol Gustafson Holly Abramson Howard Grossman Thomas Bloom Thomas Bloom Joanne Darrigo SPECIAL THANKS TO ROSS FARNHAM 81 OURSELVES THIS BOOK IS DEDICATED TO TWO VERY FINE MEN, WALTER LITTLEFIELD DFI. BENDEFI D-D-D-DATS ALL FOLKS "Only when nature doesn 't take its natural toll am I worried with the human soul. , Some people think that they are in their rights when on command they take a Black mans life. Well let me give a rundown on how I feel if it ain 't natural it ain 't real. I wish I were betterg " WM J KELLER A DIVISION Of Hfkff JONES UUFFAIO, NEW volx, 4 I -


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Emerson College - Emersonian Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection, 1974 Edition, Page 1

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Emerson College - Emersonian Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection, 1975 Edition, Page 1

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Emerson College - Emersonian Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection, 1976 Edition, Page 1

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