Framingham State University - Dial Yearbook (Framingham, MA)
- Class of 1986
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S. Christa Corrigan McAuliffe grew up in Framingham and
received her Bachelor's Degree from Framingham State College
in 1970. She lived in Concord, N.H. where she taught history. It
was her interest in students that led her to apply for the position
of first teacher in space. In the final competition, Christa ex-
plained her hopes for the program. "I want to de-mystify NASA
and space flight," she said. "The astronauts are not really con-
necting with the average student in the classroom. I want
students to see and understand the special perspective of space
and relate it to them."
Christa quickly earned the love of the nation with her enthu-
siasm and zest for life. She was a pioneer in every sense of the
word. People waited anxiously for Christa to teach from space,
she was going to get her chance to "humanize the technology of
the space age."
Everyone's hopes were shattered in the tragic explosion of the
space shuttle Challenger. Christa and the six other astronauts on
board were killed 75 seconds into their flight. A helpless nation
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watched in fear, anger, and disbelief.
Framingham State College suffered with the world. Christa
had planned to speak at the graduation ceremonies in May.
Great plans had been made for a welcome back ceremony. ln
one devastating moment, everything was changedg F.S.C. had
lost a hero.
Christa McAuliffe was a tme hero. She was respected and
admired by everyone. For Framingham State College students
she was a promise of future accomplishments. She proved to all
that "the sky is no longer the limit."
Chnsta's ideas and spirit will always live on at Framingham
State College. As we are a part of her past, she will always be a
part of our future. She has shown us how to "reach for the
stars." Christa will always hold a special place in the hearts of the
class of 1986. In the words of her former student Jennifer
LaPierre, we wish we had had the chance to say, "Hi, Christa.
We're with you all the way."
At lnvestiture Convocation seniors are
attired for the first time in their academic
robes. The donning of academic attire calls
to mind the revival of interest in leaming
which took place in Europe in the eleventh
and twebfth centuries when the custom of
academic robing began in such medieval
universities as Bologna, Paris and Oxford.
In a ceremonial way Framingham State
College seniors in this convocation join the
ranks of countless thousands of students
from these and other historic universities.
Today, as in medieval times, academic
robes serve as symbols of office or honor
and as a reminder of the commitment and
the rewards of academic life.
Class of '86 president, Paul Murphy
welcomed his fellow robed seniors and FSC
faculty to the Investiture Convocation on
September 23, 1985, extending a special
welcome to new FSC president, Paul F.
Weller and guest speaker Congressman
In his remarks to the class, Murphy
stressed the need for everyone's enthu-
siasm and support to make it a successful
Hlnvestitures signify a new beginning, a
beginning of serious consideration of what
comes after FSC," said President Weller in
his first speech before students at FSC.
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"Who said we were camera shy?"
The focus of Congressman Atkins'
speech revolved around the idea that "a
college education is a tool, a prism through
which you can look at the world" and have
some control over the direction of your life.
"Higher education is an investment not
an expenditure." said Congressman Atkins
as he pointed out that it would be up to such
classes as ours to see that other people have
the same opportunity for such education.
After the convocation, members of the
Class of '86 commented on their feelings.
They expressed appreciation for the
seriousness of the ceremony, but also felt it
was the beginning of their best year at FSC.
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The first job that faced the DIAL Staff was finding a theme We had to find one 1dea that
tied together our four years at Framingham State This turned out to be more difficult than
we thought Our four years have mvolved many different events different attitudes
different personalities etc It was hard to find one aspect that represented all we have done
With this idea in mind we decided the best way to show all we had accomplished was to
use the stage as a basis for our book Just as an actor plays many different roles so have we
played many different parts in our four years here
As we grew from freshmen to seniors our roles have changed We started as naive
freshmen As we slowly took on more roles we leamed more about ourselves and others
Our individual roles vaned but we all benefitted Some of us became involved in campus
polmcs through SGA some of us Joined social orgamzatlons and others concentrated on
academics At one time we camed the roles of student employee family member and
fnend Each of us did not play the same part and we have tned to keep that in mmd We
will all look at this book differently but hopefully whichever role meant the most to you will
be remembered in these pages
An actor is not a show by himself and we could not have been as successful in our roles
without the help of many individuals Through the years we have relied on faculty
tlmes and enjoyed the good times We hope 1n some way this book demonstrates our
appreclahon and gratitude for their support
Our four years at Framingham State have taught us many things With the roles we
played here as our foundation we are ready to take on more roles and contmue to leam
We will always remember our time here and we can look forward to our reumons in the
future We will meet agam as a class and share our expenences and accomplishments
Again we will leam from each other For us the curtain did not fall the stage merely tumed
and we face a larger audience
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FRAMING STATE COLLEG
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BEHIND THE SCENES
Will the real President Weller please stand up?
"I love my job . . . I love my job. . . l love
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"C'mon, Hurry up!
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HOMECQMING '85 - lt's Gut Cf This World
The theme of Homecoming '85,
"lt's out of this world," was chosen
based on the expected flight of the
first teacher in space. Christa
McAuliffe, a 1970 alumnus of FSC,
and teacher in Concord, New
Hampshire, was chosen to teach the
first lesson from space.
Christa's spirit and enthusiasm
proved her belief that "the sky is no
longer the limit." She became a na-
tional hero and an inspiration for
many. We, at Framingham State,
will always hold a special place in
our hearts for her.
Christa was to have crowned the
Queen at Homecoming, however,
she had already left for training. Her
mother, Grace Corrigan, a 1979
FSC graduate, did the honors. Mrs.
Corrigan is shown at bottom right.
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Homecoming King 8: Queen are chosen as represen-
tatives of Framingham State College. The students are
nominated by their fellow classmates and are voted on
campuswide. From there, the four male and female
candidates with the most votes go on to interviews.
They must be of good academic standing, and are
chosen according to their contributions to the FSC
The King 84 Queen are expected to represent Fram-
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give tours for the Admissions Office Outreach program.
Homecoming King 8: Queen Candidates: Lance Warren, Doug Maddox, Frank Newton, Kathy
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Rams drench Westfield 12-0
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Homecoming '85 Out Of This World . . .
Even the weather couldn't
dampen the spint of Homecoming
'85 ln spite of the rain, there was still
the traditional parade down State
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Strutters of Natick lBottom rightl. College.
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State 12-O, students lined up outside
of Liamis to begin celebrating.
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Gorde Milne, with a special guest
appearance by F.S.C.'s own Allan
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Each Spring and Fall, the Student Union Activities Board
presents a series of outdoor concerts and events known as
Sandbox. This year's original date was rained out, but on October
18th, 1985 Sandbox XX got under way. Campus talent performed
all afternoon while students relaxed on the lawn and enjoyed some
of the activities around campus. Some of the featured attractions
were Tarot Card readers, a button factory and an old-fashioned
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decorating, float building, and uniform judging. After all the points
are tallied, the winning team is awarded 3100.
This year's winning team was the "The WDJM Suburban Puddle
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Patti Rovedo, Bill Smith, Beth Lennon, Dan Kelty
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A Look Back
Much has happened in our last year at Framingham. As we were trying to adjust
to dry campus and a new president, 1985-86 was proving to be very eventful on a
national level. It was Gorbachev's first year as Soviet premier, AIDS became a
growing concern for many, andgthe issue of apartheid in South Africa was brought
to the foreground. After 73 years the Titanic was found. Dr. Ruth became an autho-
rity on "Good Sex" and Bernardfgoetz, the Subvifay vigilante, raised the question
of "victim or villain." ,,,,, ,ef Y , , ..
It was a year of terrorism and 'TWA Eligh1L847 was hacked, the
PLO seized an Italian ship, and in 'there wajsfattjijacldng an Egyptian
airliner. Two hundred people were kilted a in ItaVl?yg2fa landslide in
Mexico. Nevado del 20,000 dead
Puerto Rico took 150 lives, and earthquake in
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amassed S5 billion in damages V ' -
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grouped together Concert, raise for a
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The senior year for the class of 1986
proved to be more eventful than anyone
would have dreamed possible. While we
tried to comprehend everything happening
on the national level, we were also strug-
gling through a number of campus issues.
September started on a less than positive
note. Resident Assistants turned out to
protest financial aid cuts which threatened
to affect all school employees. Although
many R.A.'s did lose their financial aid, the
protest was successful in keeping other's aid
from being cut.
The last weekend of September brought
Hurricane Gloria to the campus. Although it
didn't prove as devastating as feared, the
campus and neighboring houses showed
the aftermath of the storm.
Another national event which was
strongly felt on campus was the explosion of
the Space Shuttle Challenger. Christa
McAuliffe was an alumnus of Framingham
State, and she had intended to speak at
Graduation in May. As F.S.C. moumed
their loss, another tragedy struck. In
February, Paul Murphy, the President of
the Class of 1986, suffered a heart attack
and died a week later. Paul was a respected
student leader and a well loved friend, and
the loss will be felt long after graduation.
In March, O'Connor Hall was robbed
during Spring Break. While only two
resident assistants and a graduate assistant
were in the building, someone broke in and
stole a master key. The key was then used
to enter the rooms on the ground floor to
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take jewelry and money. Despite the ex-
tensive cooperation of four Resident Assis-
tants from O'Connor, Campus Police were
unable to solve the case and they tumed it
over to the State Police. After a brief in-
vestigation, the State Police closed the case,
dismissing any leads from Campus Police.
On the brighter side, we welcomed a new
President to Framingham State this year.
Dr. Paul Weller took over as the 12th
president of F.S.C, in August. The official
Inauguration ceremony was held on April
12, and Governor Michael Dukakis was
present to swear in Dr. Weller.
Although the residence halls remained
'Ldry," the Ram's Den Pub finally reopened
after an extended dry spell. On Jan. 22, the
issue of liability insurance was solved, and
the traditional Thursday night at the Pub
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The College Center celebrated its tenth
anniversary on April 4th with a reception for
students and faculty. The College Center
officially became the D. Justin McCarthy
College Center earlier in the year.
The new 'Arts and Humanities Program,
also began this year. On April 17th,
American Pulitzer Prize Winning Author
James Baldwin spoke on the "American
Myth," an "optical illusion" conceming the
black. On May 1st, Sue Miller, author of
The Good Mother, read excerpts of her
work. Miss Miller was named the
"Outstanding Writer 1984-85" by the
A few athletic achievements helped make
1985-86 memorable as well. In hockey, the
three first line forwards, Todd Barry, Eric
Donaghey, and Marc MacDonald together
scored a total of 187 points in 27 games. In
basketball, Dave Peach broke the school
record by scoring 54 points in a game
against Westfield State. For women's
basketball, Maureen Faulkner scored her
1000th point against Westfieldg this was the
first time a sophomore had ever achieved
The year wasn't always the best, but it did
have its high points. Good or bad, it was our
senior year, and we made it. We will always
remember our senior year at Framingham
State, not necessarily as our easiest, but
maybe our proudest.
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On Tuesday, November 5th, the Student Govemment Association
presented John Dean in the College Center Forum. Dean has
lectured all over the country on his involvement in the Watergate
Scandal. After a brief description of his involvement, he opened the
floor for questions from the audience.
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Union Activities Board sponsored Bob Lobel, Sports
Anchor of WBZ-TV's "Eyewitness News" in the
forum. He presented a collection of his "Sports
Spotlight" segments and shared anecdotes from his
career. After the presentation, he answered
questions from the audience.
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Board sponsored Mr. Tim Settimi, a talented
comedian, musician and mime who entertained a very
enthusiastic crowd one Thursday night in the forum.
He made an unforgettable entrance on rollerskates
and continued to delight the audience not only with
his jokes but with his insight on uthe many faces of
love." It was a fun-filled evening for all who
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popular. Some of the featured performers
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Earl Reed, John Toomey and the Mary
Wong Comedy team.
On November 12, SUAB sponsored
Open Mike Night as part of Five and Dime
Cafe. This popular event was held in the
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talent contest open to the student body,
consisting of a wide variety of acts. The
audience was kept entertained by magic
acts, stand-up comedians and a special lip-
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and projection to the audience. The first
place winners were Jeff Chaulk and Alan
Lappas with a comedy act. The second
place winner was a lip-sync act. The third
place winner was Bill Roche and his stand-
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METRO WEST JAM
WDJM's MetroWest '85 contest was a
welcome and refreshing addition to the
countless activities at FSC. This first ever
local band contest was the culmination of
months of work by a dedicated and loyal
From a field of twenty-five bands, six
were selected to compete in the contest.
The six bands were Spectacles, Flamboy-
antz, Scared of Horses, Human Radio,
Exact, and Innocence. The winner was
Scared of Horses.
The special guests of the evening, Ball
and Pivot, proved themselves to be a
Boston band that will definitely be on the
top. "Down," their encore and perhaps
most popular song yet, was received with
great enthusiasm. WDJM is to be
commended for the great show.
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Coljllion held at the Westboro Plaza Hotel. After a sit down dinner
everyone danced to music provided by "Take 5."
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Cruise on Boston Harbor. 400 students boarded buses and headed
for the coast where they joined 3 other schools on deck. The 3-hour
cruise is always a big hit with FSC students
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There are always groups of people on a campus that
travel in packs, and everyone always seems to know who
they are . . . This page is dedicated to one such group . . .
the guys from Towers 7. So here's to you, boys, 7th
Heaven and FSC. will miss ya! Clockwise from top left:
Jim Esty, Chns Moreira, Geoff Casey, Mike Ward, Geny
Walsh, Ed Sheldon, Scott Martin, and Paul Murphy. SEE
Black Awareness week was from Feb. 13th-19th.
This week has become an annual week in honor of
The week began with a lecture from Dr. Rudolf
Crew, Deputy Superintendent for Curriculum and
Instruction for the Boston School Department. The
theme of Dr. Crew's lecture was the achievement of
excellence in education. Crew believes the
achievement of excellence is difficult but attainable.
"Spell No. 7," a play by Ntozake Shange,
appeared in the forum. The play vibrantly expressed
the colorful aspects of life itself, in the form of a
portrait of black life and explores the dilemmas along
with the private moments of modern day Afro-
On Wednesday Feb, 12, 1986, Senator Julian
Bond delivered a lecture titled "Montgomery to
Johannesburg" which focused on anti-apartheid.
Dr. Clinton Jean, a sociology professor at FSC,
lectured on Black History, American Pluralism and
the special contributions American Pluralism has
made in terms of politics.
Other events that occurred during the week in-
clude a comedy night starring "Mary Wong Comedy
God's Messengers Gospel Choir
Team", a mixer featuring "Hawkeye" and an
African Sculpture exhibit.
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Exhibit in the Mazmanian Art Gallery
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The week of March 31st through April
4th was designated as a week of celebra-
tion to commemorate the tenth anniver-
sary of the College Center. The week in-
cluded receptions for faculty and
students, performances and other special
The College Center, recently named
the D. Justin McCarthy College Center,
was built in 1976. It was originally created
to house offices of student seivices, clubs,
and other student groups. Under Director
Larry Mosher, who has been in charge of
the College Center since 1980, it has
grown into much more.
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rooms for social and educational functions. It
is also the home of the Ram's Den Pub, which
has been open for four years. New additions
to the College Center include the Mini Mall
fwhich houses postal services, photo process-
ing, a print shop, and an ATMJ, and a new ln-
Mosher credits the success of the College
Center to "good staff and good students."
The College Center is always changing and it
promises to continue to grow and become an
even bigger asset to the campus.
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The Hilltop Players presented the musical vaudville
"CHICAGO" on April 18, 19, and 20. The show was
directed by Danny Metro, and the musical director was
Donna Trapp. Denise Day was choreographer, and co-
producing the show were Marie Hett and Karen
The play is about the life of Roxie Hart, portrayed
against the backdrop of Chicago in the 1920's where
sinful living inspired by the excitement of the jazz era
was the norm. Roxie shoots her lover as he tries to
leave her. Her husband, Amos, tries to cover up for her
and take the blame, but the truth is revealed and Roxie
goes to jail.
ln jail, she meets a variety of different characters, in-
cluding the corrupt lawyer, Billy Flynn. With the help of
Billy Flynn, Roxie becomes an overnight media sensa-
tion and literally gets away with murder.
The cast included Lisa DuFries as Roxie, Ivan Slovin
as Amos, Neil Casey as Billy Flynn, and Mane Hett as
Velma. The excellent job of the entire cast, combined
with the sets, costumes, music and choreography
resulted in a first rate show. If the cast set out to "give
,em the old razzle dazzle," they were successful.
INAUGURATION OF DR. PAUL F. WELLER
On Saturday, April 12, 1986 Dr.
Paul F. Weller was inaugurated as
the 12th president of Framingham
State College. He assumed the
duties of President in August, 1985.
Pnor to his arrival at F.S.C., Dr.
Weller was provost at California
State Polytechnic University,
More than 500 educators, digni-
tanes, state and local educators, and
friends of the college attended the
ceremony in Dwight Auditorium.
Michelle Cunha, chairman of the
college's Board of Trustees,
presided and Professor Dana Jost of
the Biology Department and
Professor Ann Mackey of the Physi-
cal Education Department served as
marshals. Rev. John Culloty
delivered the invocation. Music was
provided by the F.S.C. Alumnae
Singers, directed by Professor
James Savas, and the Mystic Valley
Orchestra Brass Quintet.
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1989 sesquicentennial celebration.
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4th place - Bob Lavalley and Mike McKenna
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years, devised a Commuter Survival Guide.
Which rules and options applied to you as a
RULE 1 Never look another person in the
Option A Look at the surrounding
Option B Look past people into the
Option C Look at the ground in front
Option D Check the time.
Option E Read a notebook.
RULE 2 If you do catch someones eye.
Option A Smile warmly at the person.
Option B Pretend that you didn't catch
Option C Mention the weather.
Option D Ask for the time.
RULE 3 Be sure you are at the right parking
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the other parking lot.
RULE 4 Remember where you parked the car.
Option A Stop and look.
Option B Make long sweeping circles around the parking lot.
RULE 5 Remember which car you brought to school.
Option A Reach in your pocket and look at your keys.
Option B Search for every possible car that you could have driven
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On Saturday, March lst, 1986, the Senior Class began the 86 day
countdown 'til graduation. The near sell-out crowd listened to and
sang along with popular Cape Cod funnyman Cliff Myers. This event
marks the beginning of the end for the graduating class of 1986.
Smile, you're on candid camera!
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Jack Flinter, Steve Megee, Chris Horblit and Dave McDermott. The
entire team played well and a few individuals were recognized for
their accomplishments. New school records were set by Steve
Megee for most career receptions and most yards gained in a career
and Steve Condon for most yards gained in a season. Tom Reusch
was named to the ECAC honor roll and was New England Football
Conference player-of-the-week. He also received honorable men-
tion several times. League honorable mentions were also given to
Jack Flinter, Bob Curran, Dave Wagman, Chris Horblit and Steve
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by first year coach Kurt Schnare. 1985 captains were senior Ralph
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fall and two in the spring. They play teams from Harvard, BU.,
Babson, Brown, and other area schools. The club officers are:
Kevin Mulhall, presidentg Willie Harpster, captaing Tom Chamley,
secretaryg and Rob Matier, treasurer. Seniors on the team are: Mark
Bitar, Mike Cullen, Brian Earley, Willie Harpster, Kevin Mulhall,
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ball team finished the season 12-18 overall and 6-4 league. The powerhouses for the team
were Janet Ware, Katie Donnely, and Cindy Walton. The team, top right, included, lbackl,
Coach Robert Menyman, manager Caroline Bauer, Tamara Sheehan, Cindy Walton,
Kerry O'lVlalley, Jodi McKeon, Mishelle Wehr, Michelle Gadetsky, Coach Cynthia Souza,
tfrontl, Erin Morley, Janet Ware, Janice Tibbetts, Sue Ware and Katie Donnely.
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league and 6-4 overall under coach Ned Price. John O'NeiI placed
seventh in the Conference Meet and received all-conference
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league for the 1985-86 season.
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assistant coach Harold Lewis, the 1986-86 lVlen's Basketball team
came away with a 10-13 overall record, and a 4-8 conference
record. After losing several players at half season due to ineligibility,
captains Dave Peach and Gerry Walsh held the 8 player team
together to finish the season strongly. Peach was named to the
ECAC All-Star team, the MASCAC All-Conference team, and
broke the school record for most points scored in a game with his 54
point game against Westfield.
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Lipsky, Cheryl LeBel, Kristen Zapustas, Julie O'Toole, Debbie Kenyon, Coach Craig, Tamara Sheehan lmanagerl
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conference. Freshman Lisa Halloran was named
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Zapustas was named to the MASCAC All-Conference
second team. Captain, sophomore Maureen 'iMuff"
Faulkner, was named to the MASCAC All-Conference
team, the ECAC All-Star team, and scored her 1000th
college career point. The team is looking forward to a
tremendous season next year.
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captained by Bob Lahey, Marc Macdonald, and Brian Kyes,
Rick Morrisey was named to the MASCAC All-Conference
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Ronnie Morrissey, Ricky Morrissey. BACK: Coach Binkowski, Mike Meehan, Sean Tiemey, Chris Mieniogo, Kevin Whalen, Steve O'Riely, Matt Presscott,
Joe Hauswirth, Todd Barry, Dana Turch, Robbie Morrissey, Dave Brooks, Billy F1ynn, Tom Frost, Assistant Coach McCawley, Karen Kay ltrainerl.
Donaghey was named MASCAC leading scorer for the season,
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Townsend. BACK: Coach Sannicandro, Bill Rose, Dan Tetrault, Mike Daneau, Keith McMahon, Eric Hagan, John Blaine, Jim Hunt, Bill Mayo, Brian Hutchinson,
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l Sean O'Connor led the 1986 Baseball Rams toa9-17 overall
,:,,,, 1,3 season. Under the captaining of Tom Winand and Steve
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Carolina. This year's Coaches award went to Jim Hunt, MVP
went to Dan Tetrault, the Unsung Hero Award to Joe
Hauswirth, and Winand received a four-year award. Pat
Barry received an honorable mention appointment to the
A MASCAC All-Conference team.
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rookies Tom Kelley and Larry Mosher, finished the
season with a 14-11 overall record and a 5-7 con-
ference record. The team qualified and was seeded
second in the MAIAW toumament, finishing behind
Fitchburg state, who they went on to beat in regular
season play. The team, under co-captains Shelly
Cummings and JeanMarie Lagos set a new school
precedent by sweeping Salem State in two games,
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history. According to Coach Kelley, " . . . We won it
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Mosher, Nadine Black, Kristen Pryor, Kathy Connolly, Julie O'Toole, Melissa Statler, Pam Marzeotti, Denise Quinn, Coach Kelley, Trainer Karen Kay.
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HDME EC CLUB
The Louisa A. Nicholass Home Economics Club is in-
volved with campus activities involving Home Econo-
mics majors, as well as those interested in Home
Economics. The Home Economics Club is affiliated
with both the Massachusetts Home Economics Associ-
ation and the American Home Economics Association,
two professional home economic organizations.
Meetings and events are planned monthly. The club
holds events such as a Career Symposium and a week
of events based on nutrition, aimed at helping students
prepare for a profession. The club has several speakers
and trips related to Home Economics issues. Club
events are open to all Home Economics majors and
anyone interested in the field of Home Economics.
fFront Row L-RJ Trisha O'Connor, Colleen Connolly, Anne Marie Brodeur, Julie Kiley.
tSecond Row L-Rl Maria Kelly, Jennifer Periera, Coleen Mulvey, Deb Jalicki, lrene Purdy, Deb
Gilman, Michele Gildea, Suzanne Lavoie. lThird Row L-Ri Cyndi Zerdecki, lrene Foster, Joan
Lowbridge, Polly Shearer, Annette Gagnon, Heidi Martin, Diane Perry, Phyllis Harris-
Swenson, Maureen Walsh, Kim Peach, Renelle Roy, Kathy Smith, Liz Novaris.
Phi Upsilon Omicron is a National Honor Society of
Home Economics. Beta Pi Chapter at Framingham
State College promotes leadership, scholarship,
character and service by inviting speakers from home
economics related fields to share their professional ex-
periences to campus students. This chapter also funds
the Constance Jordan Scholarship to the Home Econo-
mics student with an academically outstanding
freshman year. Volunteering services to the Middlesex
News Harvest Fare Contestants is an annual commu-
nity service project for Beta Pi Chapter.
fFront Row L-Ri Julie Kiley, Ann Fittante, Liz Novaris, Karen Curtis, Phyllis Harris-Swenson,
Deb Jalicki, Becky Taylor, advisor. fSecond Row L-Rl Karen Purdy, Jen Long, Mary Ann
Goddard, Wendy Shnurr, Kim Huard, Kathy Damon, Debbie Lear. tThird Row L-Ri Diane
Pichetti, Nicki Sceppa, Deb King, Julie Kohut, Deb Vacca, Therese Graves, Alicia Mason,
Trisha O'Connor, Polly Shearer, Karen Haas, Joan Lowbridge.
The purpose of the Third World Organization is to familiarize and
unite the minority students who are a significant part of the FSC
community. In hopes of achieving this, we have sponsored in the
past dynamic guest speakers, participated in special college events,
and hosted an annual Black Awareness Week.
Mary Moffit, Linda O'Brien, Wendy Marks, Jeanne Cooper, Jeanne Mongeau,
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MASSPRIG is a student-directed, student funded organization
which has been effective on crucial public interest issues since
This year FSCPIRG has worked on:
Sponsored Spring Skip-a-Meal
with proceeds donated to SMOC.
Lobbying to lower utility
rates through a Consumer's
Utility Board CCUBJ.
Protects The Environment
Passed acid rain legislation.
Lobbying to clean up toxic
waste through the Emergency
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This year the Music Club presented three successful concerts, two at Christmas and one this spring. This year's outdoor concert on the
Village Green attracted many from both the campus and college community. The annual Christmas concert in Dwight Auditorium
provided the Christmas spirit at the perfect time-right before finals!
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great Chnstmas party and our Alumni Social is certain to be a , ,ex ,-
success in May. The following Psychology Club members were .,,. -. ag ,
missing: Maureen Casey, Jane Young, Mary Grace Jeffers, Liz i' -'l' ' iggif , 315 M"
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Terliui, Kenneth Lovely fBottom Left! Kevin Molloy, Sharon RousseaulPresidenti,
and Mike BaldasarrelVice Presidenti.
Board of Governors
fTop left to right! Paula Sousa, Jim McLaughlin, Deanna Gordon, Larry Mosher, Rich Caruso,
Beverly Weiss lLower left to righti Ann Lawrence, Frank Newton, Roger Marrocco, Bob
Meilde, Cindy Baxter
The Board is a multi-representative group comprised of
graduate, undergraduate students, administration,
faculty, and alumni. The B.O.G.'s various committees
are responsible for overseeing the operation of the
College Center and administering the College Center
Trust Fund. B.O.G. members are either selected by the
student body or appointed by their constituency. The
B.O.G. encourages your input and participation.
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State College Coordinator, Ann Lawrence Secretary, lSecond Row L-RJ Doreen Hensel, Yvonne Asencio, Michelle Rodie, Lisa Barbosa, Trish
McGrail, Julie Moon, Kelly Welby, Colleen Riley, Chris Sekurski, lThird Row L-RJ Al Lappas, Joe Hodgkins, Jackie Vacherot, Heidi Gustafson, Frank
Newton, Jeff Newman, Jim Walsh, Erica Jacoby, Karen Walsh, Gail Robinson, Marlene Clark, Laurie Draper, Kerry O'Malley, Alenda Nizzari, lLast
Row L-Rl Annepage Wilson, Ann Coyne, Matt Wissell, Steve Hampe, David Kurt, Scott Gazard, Advisor Dave Cella. Missing when the photo was
taken: Leigh Gardner, Vice President, Dave McGrath, Mary Courtney, Scott Cashman, Tracie DeGrandprie, Jason McElhiney, Carolyn Farrell, Rich
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Student Government Association is the
legally recognized representative body of
the students. It has authority over the
Student Activity Fund lover S200,000l and
grants money to clubs and organizations for
their events, whether social or academic.
SGA is also the 'Lvvatch dog" of students
rights on campus and takes measures to
ensure that the voice of the FSC student is
heard. Whether it be campus, political, or
social issues . . . SGA is there!
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Beth Krueger, Lisa Graceffa, Ed Salemo.
KL-Rl lst row Diane Amaral, Joyce Rokes, Kathy Scanlon, Barbara Godin, Sharon Rousseau, Jackie Moriarty, Pat Gallagher. 2nd row Carol Manoogian, Maria Bonacquislj,
Celine Roberts, Susan Courtney, Teni Madore, Lisa St. Genfnaine, Kim Martino, Ken Noble. 3rd row Anita Terzi, Sheri Pokat, Lisa Graceffa, Roland Arcand, Rich Caruso,
Bob O'HaIloran, Chris Darcy. 4th row Anne Celeste Mana, Jen Long, Deb Lawrence, Michelle Query, Diane Dubois, Kirsten Stolle, Sue Mueller, Jim McLaughlin. 5th row
Tom Flanders, Beth Healy, Dawn Riley, Laura Siaba, Liz Russo, Deanna Gordon, Lisa Giumetti, Chrissie Graham, Maggie McLain, Dave Scheibert.
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Chrissie Graham, Secretary, Maggie McLain, Vice President, CFront left to Rightl Ann-Celeste Mazza, Advisor: Dianne Dubois, Five and
Dime Cafeg Roland Arcand, Daytimep Liz Russo, Special Programs: Lisa Gracefffa, Publicityg Ken Noble, Films gl Lecturesg Beth Healy,
Travelg Jim Mclaughlin, Advisor.
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A, active organizations on campus. They plan daytime events,
A if , I cultural activities, films, dances, concerts, special programs and
,J ', much more. They are responsible for organizing Sandbox each
semester as well as offering different trips for March break and
I . fi weekend getaways,
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The forum offered some first rate poetry, including a poem
published by author Louise Monfredo, author of "Thin Ice."
People that read included David LeBlanc, Laurie Canavan, Anna
Maria Brooks, Laurie Brisley and Mary Murphy, all of whom con-
tributed to a very entertaining evening.
FOR WHAT IT'S WORTH
When the broken
Beams of the
Rain the blond
From your hair
I just sit and
And when llm
With the chill
I feel when you
And cut by the
Cool razor of your
Wanting to be with
And always wanting
To say something
With a tightness
In the senseless
Chatter of a hundred
Swarm and buzz
The commuter cafe
Your eyes never
I haven't even done laundry
These past few days
Things just keep on piling up
In the closet, my hamper
Remembering what's at the
I peek into the plastic cage
Trying to make coherent
But all I see is
A brown sock somewhere
Near a purple sleeve
Strangling a pair of faded Jeans
Quite catch me In a heap
But I still eat there Unsorted
Every day Wait for me
I don't even commute In a cage
I guess I don't mind Lisa Cardinal
That I don't understand
For now . . .
I went and met you at Liam's at 1 1 :OO even though
I had an important paper and two poems to do
that are due tommorrow.
My own fault for waiting, as usual.
I went to Liam's because we haven't had much
time together lately.
Joe was with you and was drunk.
Not so unusual.
But at least he welcomed me with a kiss and hug.
A kiss with breath that was sweetly, sickly laced
But it was a kiss.
Good ol' Joe.
We stayed there only an hour, the three of us,
Joe doing most of the talking. lt seemed what we
did say was words at each other, not with.
The Irish guitar player was there,
the same skinny, bearded one that
was there the last time four
Do you think he remembered us?
Or did he forget when l requested
that song for you that you like, the
one about Charlie on the MBTA?
Why did you ask me why l was
wearing the cheap,
plastic black bracelet and laugh at
the zit on my nose?
Does it really matter?
lt's time to go.
You and Joe dropped me off and
you said you'd call me when you
got home. That was three hours
ago and I've tried to write my
paper but found myself doing this.
The rain outside is steady, incessant,
black and calming, like sleep.
l hope it doesn't rain tomorrow, you
don't like the rain.
Class of '86 lfrontl Kathy O'Brien, Secretary, Maggie McLain, Vice Presidentg
Nancy Johnson, Treasurer. fBacl-il Andy Swansburg, Lisa Barbosa, Donna Sillars,
Jodi Rafus, Patrick Mageary, missing: Paul Murphy, President.
Class of '87 lfrontl Sarah McEwen, Amy Roux, Cindy Santomas-
simo, lbackl Trish McGraiI, Chris Watchmaker, Jeanne Galipeau,
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Class of '89: Alison Crouse, Carlyn Vale, Cheryl Lebel
Black 8a Gold
fBackJ Melinda Oakes, Paul Murphy, Carol Brodeur, Ann Fittante, Kathy O'Brien, Lisa Graceffa, Donna Sillars, Kathryn
Morgan, Lisa Barbosa, Jeanne Galipeau, CFrontJ Mike Baldassarre, Jean Shruan, Joan Turnberg, Cara Swan, Louis
Terlizzi, Kevin Molloy. Missing from photo, Rich Caruso and Jodi Rafus
Lori Rose, Beth Lennon, and Alan Stern
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On March 7th, Sth, and 9th of 1986 Radio Station WDJM FM held the first ever
WDJM TelethonfBegathon. It began at 6pm on Friday and continued 56
straight hours, until 8am the following Monday. The event was held to raise
money for WDJM. It was easy! .... Well, kind of easy. The DJM dj's asked for
donations and pledges from their listeners, played great music las usuall, and
drank lots and lots of coffee. Many went without sleep, for hours .... even
days! But through the unweilding dedication of the DJM staff, and of course all
our faithful listeners, the many bands that entertained lived in the DJM studios,
and the cooperation and enthusiasm of all who participated, the first WDJM
TelethonfBegathon took in over 3800.00 to be put to use for WDJM.
Among the bands who contributed their time and music to the Begathon were
. . . Friday: Hot Pursuit
Saturday: Scared of Horses, Last Stand, Extreme, Picture This
Sunday: Beginners Only, Fingerpaint, Moose and the Mudbugs, Three
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Introducing Dr. Weller
On August 1, 1986 Dr. Paul
Weller took office as the new
President of Framingham State
College. He came to F.S.C. after six
years as Academic Vice President
and Provost at California State
Polytech University at Pomona.
Prior to that, Dr. Weller was Dean of
Arts and Sciences at Western Illinois
University and chaired the chemistry
department at State University
College in Fedonia, NY.
President Weller is aware of the
many problems that he will need to
deal with. He recognizes the need
for renovations on the older
buildings, for more parking areas
and a new athletic facility. He also
has plans to make the surrounding
community aware of the programs
and facilities available at Framing-
President Weller says he is the
person to "set a tone for the institu-
tion and allow it to develop and
work." We wish him well with his
ideas and hope he has a long
successful career at Framingham
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Dr. Charles Zapsalis Vice President, Academic Affairs
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Carbone, Chrissie DeAngelis llfrontl Cheryl Saulenas.
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ll.eft to Right Backl Edwina Eastman, Shel-
ly Otto, Jim Gallagher, Judy Connelly, D.
Phillip Dooher, Director of Admissionsg
Dianne Nolleti, lFront Left to Rightl Louise
lvester, Lisa DeMaria, Karen Groce.
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Harper, Mary Taintor, Sandy Harty, Louise
Cantanzano, Dorothy Brown, lFrontl Mary
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of College Center!Student Activitiesg Jim McLaughlin, Assistant Director of College Center!Student Acijviijesg Ron Patterson, Facilities Coordinator.
fl-rl Sonya Sears, R.N., Director of Health Servicesg Virginia Rierdan, RN., Carol Wilson, R.N., Betty Dion, Secretaryg Cheri Kavanaugh, RN.
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ll-rl Seated: Helen Winslow, Pauline Brodzinski, Dr. Joseph Palladino lDeanl, Joyce Fahey, Freda Doyle lRegistrarl. Standing: Dr. Arnold Good, L.
William Irwin, Marie Dodd, Julie Hennessy, Dorothy Casperson, Mary Blinn, Marla Murphy, Jane Philbrick
lst row ll-rl Cynthis Baxter, Coordinator of New Student Orientation Programg Dr. Nancy Cherico, Director of Counseling Centerg Larry Boyd,
Athletic Directorg Cynthia Forrest, Dean of Students. 2nd row ll-rl Sonya Sears, R.N,, Director of Health Servicesg David Cella, Chief of Campus
Police, Betty Bone, Director of Career Advisement and Placementg Larry Mosher, Director of Student Activitiesg Wendy Noyes, Vice President
Student Services, Father John Cullotyg Joe Onofrietti, Director of HousingfResidence Life,
lL-Rl Dr. Robert Beck, Dr. Larry
Simonson, Dr. Thomas Eames,
Dr, Katie Stygall, Dr. Malwina
Allen, Dr. Kevin Whittbum, Dr.
Richard Miaszewski, Jean Ames
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Veach, John Anderson. Front - Brucia Witthoft,
Gene Sullivan lChairpersonl, Leah Lipton
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BACK lL-Rl Dr. Harold Keiss, Dr. Joyce Hoffman, Dr.
Douglas Bloomquist, Dr. Leonard Flynn, Dr. Miriam
Wilton, Dr. Katherine Stannard. Front lL-Rl Dr.
Lorraine Low, Dr. Barrie Westerman, Dr. Beverly
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Catherine McNamara, Margaret Potter and Janet Schwartz diligently at work. Connie Reddy, Director of College Relations
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Framingham State College experienced a great loss this year
when Dr. Dorethea J. Kunde died. Dr. Kunde was the director of
Professional Experience of the Education Department. Dr.
Elizabeth Mahan, chair of the Education Department, said
"Framingham State College certainly meant a lot to her,', and "her
work did so much to enhance the reputation and image" of the
Dr. Kunde was a member of the F.S.C. community for twenty-
two years and she made many contributions to the Education
Department. She was very active in departmental affairs, an
advisor, director of professional experience, and teacher for the
science component of Early Childhood Curriculum ll. She
established the Professional Standards Committee to ensure the
standards of academic performance for students entering the
She was very active off campus as well. She was a member of the
Walpole School Committee for twelve years, and she was chair of
the Committee at the time of her death. Dr. Kunde was also director
of the Education Collaborative which functions to enhance the
quality of education, and she was a member of the Massachusetts
State College Association and Delta Kappa Gamma Theta
Chapter, a national honor society for women in education.
Dr. Kunde's spirit will long be remembered at F .S.C. She was an
excellent example of her belief in the importance of getting in-
volved. Kunde strongly believed in the quote by Edmunde Burke
which hung in her office. "All that is necessary for the forces of evil
to win the world is for enough good men to do nothing." It is with
great appreciation that Framingham State recognizes Dr. Kunde as
someone who was always willing to get involved and give her best.
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Rightj Maxine Keats, Mary Bums, Dr, George Green, Stephanie Beudel, Dr. Jerry Natterstad, Dr. Bemard Hom, Dr. Thomas Grove, Dr. Mark Seiden, David Reich, 1
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We would like to dedicate the
1986 Dial to Cynthia Forrest, Dean
of Students. Cynthia came to
Framingham State College four
years ago, and she considers this her
senior year as well.
years here, Cynthia
involved in many
In her four
different areas. As part of her job as
Dean, she is a hearing officer and
advisor to the Judicial Board. She is
the Chairperson of the Orientation
Steering Committee and takes an
s it '
active part in the training for
Resident Assistants. She is also the
Chairperson for the Committee on
Wellness, the Rape Awareness
Committee, and the Leaderhship
Task Force. This year she served on
the Search Committee for the new
Academic Vice President.
Through her many different areas
of involvement she has met many of
the students of Framingham State.
To all, she is caring and honestly
concerned with their best interest.
Whenever needed, she is there with
a smile and a word of advice. She
has tried to be a friend to the Class of
1986, and we feel she has
By dedicating this yearbook to
her, we hope to show our sincere
appreciation for all she does. We
know she will continue to work for
the students at Framingham State
and we would like to thank her again
and wish her continued success.
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Simmons, FSC's own Pilgrim.
The devil in Father John.
The smiling faces of FSC.
BEHIND THE SCENES
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Father John Culotty - This was Father
John's first year at FSC. ln that year, he
managed to meet and become friends with
a large percentage of the people on
campus. His sense of humor was well
known from his jokes at Sunday mass to his
jokes in the cafeteria. Although it was only
his first year Father John was voted
Administrator of the year, an honor
everyone would agree he deserved. We
hope he will be around campus for a long
Dave Hannon - Dave is the "handyman"
of the College Center, and he's even been
known to help out as a night manager of the
building when he's needed.
There are many people who we depend on, but somehow they
don't get the recognition they deserve. In some way, they help with
the everyday running of things at Framingham State College.
These are just some of the "unsung heroes" of the campus. They
may not realize it, but we do notice and appreciate them.
Charlene was a
Charlene Elvers -
Graduate Assistant for the Student Activi-
ties office. Besides being in charge of the
Ram's Den Pub and all of the College
Center employees, Charlene was a class
advisor for the class of 1986. Somehow no
matter how busy Charlene was, she always
had time for "one small favor" when you
needed it. She will be missed by everyone
who knew her, but we wish her great
success in her career.
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Barbara Dias - Another special member
of the College Center Staff is Barbara Dias,
the bookkeeper. Somehow Barbara keeps
track of each class and club, their accounts
and what they're sponsoring. Her patience
and understanding help keep things run-
ning smoothly, and it is hard to imagine
things without her help.
Ron Patterson - The other advisor forthe
class of 1986. Ron is the Director of Facili-
ties for the College Center, and he was a
great help to the class. Ron gave more than
just his time, he also donated his office as
the Class of '86 Executive Suite.
Rose Lind - Rose is the secretary for the
Athletic Department. Her warmth and kind-
ness are well-known to anyone who has
stopped in room 409.
Dianne Farrell - Dianne will probably be
recognized by many resident students as
well. She is the secretary for the Office of
Residence Life. Dianne handles many of
the student complaints, directs them
towards off campus housing and provides
other general information. Somehow she
remains organized despite all she contends
Graduate Assistant for Athletics. Chris has
done an excellent job as Sports Infonnation
Director ISIDJ. As SID, Chris kept track of
individual and team statistics and handled
the press releases. We wish her continued
success and thank her for her devoted
support of each team.
- Chris is the first year
Sue Farese - Sue is the secretary in the
SGA Office. Anyone who has had any
occasion to deal with her knows she is
always pleasant and helpful. She is always
willing to answer questions herself or tell
you where to find the answers.
Joe Delaney - Joe was a second year
graduate assistant for the Athletic Office.
Joe was responsible for the Intramurals
Program. Many got used to Joe's presence
in the office and his sense of humor will be
missed. We wish him luck in his career.
Anne-Celeste Mazza - Anne-Celeste is a
Graduate Assistant for the Student Activi-
ties Office. ln her first year, she was respon-
sible for advising the Student Union Activi-
ties Board. She also volunteered to advise
this year's DIAL and her help was very
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Dave Cella was also advisor for S.G.A.
Although this was his last year as advisor,
we appreciate all he did in both his roles.
Hi! Well l m trying to get settled in
but it s not exactly what l expected. l
feel like everyone knows what s
people from my hall and my
roommate seems nice. l miss
everyone at home though. l think l ll
come home for the weekend. Then
okay. I have a lot of two hour
classes but they should be okay. l m
a little nervous about biology. l m in
many people in the same class! l
couldnt believe how much books
cost and then a girl on my floor told
me that you don t even use half of
home for the weekends - maybe l
can get my old job back for Fri. night
and Saturday afternoons? What do
Well l d better be going- I have a
class in fifteen minutes! Take care
and tell everyone l said hello.
going on except me. l've met a few a huge lecture hall - there are so ya' think? l ll get to see everyone again and l
can try to get some homework done
tfthe dorm seems so loud and l don't
want to go to the library by myself!
My schedule looks like it will be
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Donft worry - l'll be okay. Will
you call me and let me know what
time you can pick me up on Friday? l
was thinking since l'm gonna come
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I'm psyched to be back! Everyone
looks great - it feels like itls been
years since live seen them all. Janey
got a new car! Her father bought it
for her - la subtle hint, dadl. Sue
went to Florida for the whole
summer and worked at Disney. She
had a great time but didnlt save any
money. We might try to get jobs
somewhere on campus - just for
Remember Teresa, from
Westfield? She didn't come back so
Saturday we're going to drive out
there and visit her. I can't wait to see
Classes are okay - nothing too
exciting. I managed to get Fridays off
- a product of 'icreative sched-
ulingf' It makes the week go by
faster anyway. I haven't bought my
books yet. I'll get to it eventually. A
couple of us are in the same classes
so we're going to share books.
I guess that is all from this end. Oh
my room looks awesome! Kathy's
mother made us curtains and we
bought a rug. You'lI have to come
up and see it sometime.
Well, I'd better be going. I have a
class in about live minutes. I proba-
bly won't be home until the long
weekend in October. Take care, and
tell everyone I said hello!
Bye for now
Well here I go again. Two more
years and Illl be done. toh, that's
real encouragingl. Anyway, I was
psyched to see most of these people
again. tAre you sure you don't want
to see me safely established in the
apartment of my choice?l
Okay - you win. I'll remain here.
Actually lim pretty busy this year so
l'm never in the dorm. I feel like I've
joined every club and organization
they offer here. lt's great cause you
meet new people - but l'm just so
Classes are really going to be
tough! Why they make you take a
seminar escapes me. I can think of
better things to do with my time.
Speaking of which, lim working a
little over twenty hours a week at
that same restaurant. lt's not bad, a
lot of the kids from school work
there. Maybe I shouldn't have
skipped that time management
Anyway, a bunch of us are head-
ing up to New Hampshire this
weekend. We figured we might as
well get away before midterms.
We're also thinking of going away
either Christmas break of Spring
Break. ISO if you've been searching
for some way to show your love and
support - money will suffice.l
I'd better get going, I've been writ-
ing this in class and now the teacher
seems to be handing out real
knowledge. Maybe l'll even take
notes . . . nah!
Well, take care and say hi to
everyone. I'll see you all at Thanks-
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I made it! I canlt believe it's finally
my last year here. I can't wait to get
out, but it's kind of sad to think of
What scares me is how totally un-
prepared I am. I havenlt even
started a resume, probably because
I have no idea what I want to do Ilt
always seemed a long way offi. I
even thought about grad school, but
I donlt know if I'm ready for more
Who knows. All I know is this year
better be great! I only have three
courses left after this semester, and
they should be pretty easy. IPlenty
of time to prepare for Senior week.l
Well -- live gotta run to the bank.
I'm supposed to be in class now, but
I didn't have time for it, See you all
later -- any comments or
suggestions about my future, please
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In Memory of IVIURPI-I
remember half melted chocolate
dropped off on your way home
I never ate them but enjoyed them
I remember a softball
remember late a I
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glowlng ln front
We always webn t t
never bought an 1
remember scaldlng chicken soup
llke borhng oll that I made you
when you were slck
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old Lysol smelllng couch
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as foggy droplets of ram streamed
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Paul T. Murphy
December 4, 1964 -
February 7, 1986
On February 1, 1986, Paul collapsed in
Towers Hall as a result of a congenital heart
disease, with which he was bom. He lapsed
into a coma, and passed away on February
7. To his parents, Daniel and Kathleen, and
his brothers and sisters, Kevin, Brian,
Kathleen, Mary Ellen, Nancy, and Eileen,
we offer our sincerest condolences, and say
thank you for sharing Paul with us. He will
live forever in our hearts.
As a Media Communications student at
FSC Paul T. Murphy contributed a great
deal to the college. He was more than just
an active part of the Media department. He
was President of the Class of '86, as well as
a Black 81 Gold Orientation leader, sports
editor of the DIAL, and a member of SGA.
But above all that, he was a friend, and a
very special one at that! He was, and still is,
an inspiration to us all. Paul touched a lot of
lives in more ways than he'll ever know.
There seemed to be something magic
about Paul. He had a special power which
allowed him to be close to people. That spe-
cial power is called love. The love he shared
with his family and friends could be seen in
the way he lived. He was always willing to
help. lf you needed a smile he would start in
with his "Rowdy Roddy" imitations. If you
needed to be serious, Paul was all ears.
At Paul's memorial, "The Greatest Love
of All" was sung by all present. Some of the
lyrics in that song represent Paulfs life:
'il decided long ago never to walk in
anyone's shadow, if I fail, if I succeed,
at least I lived as I believe, no matter
what they take from me, they can't
take away my dignity . . . "
Paul did live as he believed and he
succeeded. Although his life was cut short,
l think of you in silence
And make no outward show
But what it meant to lose you,
No one will ever know.
You wished no one a farewell,
Nor even said good-bye
You were gone before I knew it,
And only God knew why.
A golden heart stopped beating,
Your tender hands at rest
God broke my heart to prove to me
He only takes the best.
If stairs were made from heartaches
By adding teardrops too
I'd build a staircase to heaven,
And climb each day to you.
Paul lived a life full of love and enthusiasm.
He had a right to be proud and we are
proud also. The words of John F. Kennedy
call up the memory of Paul's positive and
enthusiastic outlook on life, and remind us
that we would do well to emulate him.
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class of '86 is ready for the world, but is the world ready for the class
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Valedictorian Elaine Bums Fortney gives her address
We stood, shakily, side by side as the first notes of
Pomp and Circumstance floated into the sky.
The rustling of freshly pressed gowns and strings of
Nervous whispers echoed behind us.
Clutching roses and crumpled programs, we smiled
at each other
One last time,
As we slowly marched onto the field of freshly cut
We marched -
Passed the hundreds of smiles and flashing bulbs,
Passed friends we were leaving,
Towards unknown futures.
How nice we looked - girls in their new white shoes
Barely able to stand,
And boys with their caps that just wouldn't stay on.
You sat next to me, as you, my friend, always did -
We heard the words being said but didn't really
As soft breezes blew clouds overhead -
For clouds never stay in one place very long.
Then - tassels wisped in our faces by the breeze,
We began our march outward.
Our lives, like clouds, dispersed by the random fate
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Marsha Munday walks onto the Village Green Tricia Welch waits to be called to the stage
Class Advisors: Charlene Elvers 8: Ron Patterson
Stephen McAuliffe accepts Doctor of Humane Letters degree for his wife Christa
Class marshall Susan Bird
Leave it to the balloonery'
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Murphy accept Bachelor of Science in Media Communications for their son,
class president, Paul.
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The CUP family
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What are you thmkmg of, Lon?
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That says it all!
Co-editors: Marilou Carey, Carol
Senior Editor: Kathy O'Brien
Photo Editor: Paula Sousa, Lisa
Special Events Editor: Andy
Faculty!Administration Editor: Jean
Shruhan, Ann Fittante
Sports Editor: Paul Murphy, Jodi
Clubs!Organizations Editor: Rick
Colleen Mulvev Poki 8a Jodi Jean P
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We would like to take this opportunity to thank the
DIAL Staff for all the time and energy they gave to
insure the success of this book. They worked to make
deadlines, accomodate last minute changes and keep
up with the constant demands on their time. lt wasn't
an easy year, but they didn't give up.
A few people went above and beyond the call of
duty, and they deserve special recognition. Kathy
O'Brien proved to be essential in the production of this
book. Not only did she have to instruct us on the
basics of layout, she organized the Senior section and
helped oversee the majority of the other sections. Rick
Buckingham became an expert in photography out of
necessity, We also managed to "pursuade" him to be
editor for next year's book. We're sure he'll do great,
thanks to the responsibilities he was offered this year.
Also special thanks goes to Anne-Celeste Mana our
advisor who helped us pull everything together, and
Dick Sweich of Hunter Publishing for his patience and
understanding of our special circumstances. Finally,
extra thanks goes to Norm Benrimo. Norm sent us
photographers when we needed them, and even came
to campus himself to brighten the place up when we
needed it most.
lt was a group effort that made this book possible.
Together we worked to create something the class of
1986 can be proud of, We hope we have attained our
goal, Thanks again to everyone, lt wasn't always easy,
but we did our best.
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Judy gl Carolan
Mr. and Mrs. George Baldasarre
Parents of Lynn Battory
Ann C. Bemazani
John A. Bernazani
Paul and Bette Bishop
Dan and Elaine Bitar
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Blinkhom
William S. and Mildred F. Bonnyman
Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Bordogna
Judith and Robert Buckley
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Caldwell
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Carter
Daniel and Alice Cicconi
Christine M. Collins
Collins Machines, Natick
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Conti
Rena and George Cronin
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard J. Cullen
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. DeAngelis
Mr. and Mrs. John Doherty
Mr. and Mrs. Brendan J. Donovan
Karen E. Evans
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Fitzgerald
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Fleury
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Fleury
Mr. and Mrs. R. James Gildea, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Godin
Donald Louise Gould
Parents of Cheryl Maria Guagnini
Mrs. Edward O. Homstra
Dan Howard Family
Mr. and Mrs. Ihley
Deputy Fire Chief and Mrs. Anthony Koutzoukis
Mr, and Mrs. Chester P. Krzykowski
hllbllilliam W. Laskie
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Mr. and Mrs
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Mr. and Mrs
Arthur K. Lewis
. William J. McAllister and Family
. Ronald Mack, Sr.
Harvey J. McGaugh
Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. McLain
William and Margaret Mahoney
Bill and Peggy Martin
Dr. Rolando Martinez
Dr. and Mrs. Francis C. Mason
Mr. and Mrs.
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Mr. and Mrs
Paul J. Menard
Daniel H. Murphy
. Melvin Needle
Louis Novaris, Jr.
Wendy L. Noyes
Mr. and Mrs. George O'Brien and Family.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Oleksyk
Mr. and Mrs. John Peach
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred A Peloquin
Marlan J. Perreault
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond F. Peterson
Professor Margaret Potter '
Mr. and Mrs. A. Paul Prifti
Mr. and Mrs. F.R. Radcliffe
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Remillard
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin M. Renkowicz
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher D, Robert
Mr. and Mrs. George Rosen
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley H. Rosenberg
Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Rousseau
Ralph and Darlene Sellars
Tom, Pat, Ali and Jen Shearer
Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Strain
. and Mrs. Howard M. Tibbetts
. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Tibert
. and Mrs. Charles W. Turner
. and Mrs. Owen Ward
Mrs, Violet Williams
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Winand
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