Framingham State University - Dial Yearbook (Framingham, MA)

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Xi-F -II R IIJISII f 'Q .9 f 1 W l 4 1 V V W X , 1 T' LJ 1 N w x 5 W r I P 1 , b 1 r 1 i I 1 4 X N i 1 1 l FRAMINGHAM STATE CO1 I FFF F ' h MA 01701 rammg am, DIAL ,87 VOLUME 69 X Wm' W iwwwllw-x,i'Ni!ii,,! Nfl Qi: wi, x H, N l .mp 'xN- H. gmxfw !l ', X 'N 5 '''''''''''''""XWMX Q 'ksxggrrrffii-:'5:' 1 2 f XSSSQSSSSSS , A xx m x x If! 96 00' A 9 C CF M M I 3 . CHM" W QL EGG PM ei P1 YK W. tgxr FRY kd C0 oe TABLE GF CUNTENTS .Clubs and Organizations 72 'YQ Q it if 2 92:21 Faculty and Administration 122 ' Sri .44 Student Life Sports Seniors 1RP' R F Qvxlxwi . V NEW Targa 'Y 1 gmfff' Mm" .9118 , gl .. W ' ' mn Swv X ff C Zmusmue fx ,ff f ni .' ww fluwbsvm' 'O 3 gfevmao 0 ' .. Sxfffingwisqef ix , . 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Q ,MV , o !'1 1 Each year the Black and Gold staff under the direction of Cindy Baxter hosts an in-depth orientation program for new students. The program is intended to familiarize the students with the campus and its resources and prepare them for the shock of college life. Small-group sessions are run in areas like time management and study skills and different social activities are held. The end result is that everyone leaves more knowledgeable and with a lot more friends. it E u.. . S DBOX XXII 4-Q' 'F is 'Nfl 'V gig 'ff SANDBOX XXII fa 507s celebrationj was a great way to meet new friends. It looks as if Barbara Canavan fabovej found that to be true. Crowds turned out for the weekend's events including a Sock Hop Ctop leftj and a kissing booth frightj. Who could resist kissers like their's? Concession booths and the con- troversial Car-Smashing were featured along with campus bands on Friday. J if '- ' If ,,.. ., . F iji' I , ' ' jg -V 'QI " , .vt ., . pw ,ll . Wa Q, 1-W,-I . W .I . ' if Lili 1 ME". f V I ' f .5 :grief W tw - , f"S, tw' ll' - ., I X Q H ZS i ff? J 1 I 1. f i' 5 - I. "fi x: ' ' if? A ' ssl!! M Y 'L s ffl v ll N t st , .an-nn 'tff :ng 4 V -nm Ai-I" N IB .D ,no Y --si... Nj Q.. L rv R, 14... . 'WWF' Wrrulfi YOU trust thus woman with small f'hlldI'f'llf War miffbx A.., , iii , - Z2.,f:f- ' 'H 9 'Q , . 1 , x ,. g -ax ,gf , Y 12 -5 ,. 'V -. -V '- .,:,. . Jr A, 3 fig. 5 V ' 4 , ' W' , , . ua5': A 4 4' Q iw. " fyfggg fi, 1 ' .J N. V . D . . . ,,,.,5,m J., my 1 A A QI, Q? Y, ..lQ. . 4' PNA, ff-,Q q' ' Q The dateless Christmas Cotillion was held at the Sheraton Tara in Framingham. Singles and couples danced the night away to the music of the Commuters ffar rightj and enjoyed the massive array of hors d'oeuvres. Tfi :f at xg ,... Y? sw -: M i 1 '1 J ? ,-.mf ? 4? . Q. -: ,iw Hai' f? ' 3 '1 M1 f'-5-', .hum Sl 'I ua WA-.MFE bf f , fxvxlfwvu gr 5'-SS ,xr - 35452-k X in . xlmgbgxp 'g S.. . m,q..,- S . .1,,i' bi 1 Q. if .,.r5w I A X, ...Q Q-1-' +-A 1 . '. ' ,." - rf - I. 'w ' gr, 7' ..'. X i f , l,.':.y.f ,:,,L'..fj'.?m:: MN' ,,..'k 'Jig' -41 ,, . ,'.-:...,3:k':'-.ggi -.3 xlphib. T. ' ',q,' I, '5. L. Q' - , .QL .DL '."'h:-gg' ' 3 .1,,J.., f - -L','- i, 1, ' B fb- .'x"w,L.1:, Z. 'I -3 . A , H' I.. ,, . J- .Inv-,' 411-I . j 1. Vu - , f 'J ., .-jg., ..:' ' .-ul . , .. ' -'x...'5. "" "VPN ' 4 .-.1 .-,'.1. --. ' . jf, 1':'--'- 1 3'e'Fl" 3 ,-, -, 1 fu, .J .fi-N, -r - ' i' ' . ., " -1' s 'Q ,FQ Puffs, .. -.I X - 1 v '. ,,.J AVE I , 1.1 , . W L l 'AL "r N ,Q s , . ,, 1512:2+".'s g- ' vi Sr. Auf' I ' ' z 1.,...Ng N .l, r -'A g- .. A ' 'ix U I 'cfm Q1 . ugh-4 .v'. 'N1' ' I ' 9,1 u"h . A Y-.-Ir if 5 rf! 'f " . ' :- ,liz ' ,u , 5 ' y 5 A: ,C ,. A- 417-f xi- I .-,,- . A E . iq' 4 . HOMECOMING as Homecoming Day 1986 was kicked-off with a parade down State St. featuring a troop of Chinese dancers, a Fife and Drum Corps, floats from Larned and Linsley Halls, and the eight Homecoming Ambassador nominees. They marched down to Maple St. Field to watch the Rams play Curry College. At half- time ,Ieanne Mongeau and Frank Newton were named Homecoming Ambassadors before an exuberant crowd. Al- though the Rams played well they lost the game 20- 15. Later that night every- one danced it up to the sound of Boston's own New Man in the snack bar ffar rightl. l X 'al i ,fi 'li 1, Q, 4 , QQ 'C?' , Q. I -4 Aw 16 V' A .-.,: x Q ' - :u-V .-5-2-, ' w 'Q' l J fffffl 34" ,. - , ' 'l "., iii. ' I Alf P 'M sq Q ,, ., E i '..-Ps ff, r. 1, Jw, Homecoming Ambassadors Jeanne Mongeau and Frank Newton fQ'. L .ffm 'fr 'Q aff! This yearis Homecom- ing provided us with an in- ternational theme. The festivities were kicked-off Thursday with an In- ternational Day which provided students with in- formation, literature, food and drink from several different coun- tries. A table for each country was tended by students in the 1839 room for this all-day event. In- ternational entertainment was also provided in the snack bar. 1 'ir y ,,,. I8 HK e'?'V 5 - " 'N feffiglg "f -.953 C ls X gi. V.. Pm -R 'i iff 4 lg A, ,, lx .. Q L 1 . 3 is i ' 'Q ,gp - MW I '-'-' . , V ' ' G A f Z' . , g 'dr' 7 v 4f . 4 ,. 4' Mi. hw, 7 ,, 3 , W, A-wg, -. . 'N Yew " . My A " JL f' ,Q . COLLEGE? i -fijssfi ' T ' " u 'M - 'x X . :W I1 5 . wwf' 'H ' ' 'L 'r , ,,. "KS " ' "' . " ' " , 4 '?' ,., F5 -.yn 'V-.IK-,'.1, ji'1,.' 19,2 'J W." -W J.. .. 1 N' . 1 , K '-,1j"f4wc11-gfwi f .f A A - 1+ 1. ' ' MQ, . , -G.-.4 J.. - -. ' -Qg.g..n--.,u . -.., ,A www- W' 1 - -M gin. an T ,..l 5 ICENTER CANDID Sin ll fi QQ' 'S 5 4 K Q . I A if 5 H- Bill Joiner . . . dressed to kill!!! HALLOWEEN DANCE On October 30, 1986, cess with many students the Class of 1989 sponsored dressing up as their favor- aHalloween Dance.It was ite characters or just as called The Monster Mash they have always wanted and the event was a suc- to . . . right Tim? ivv' U0 f 0-s f' .N QQ ,..,-, N W Oh, CUT that out Ray!!!" wr i --- V Xlfi' . -A V' t . I f Al! Su Q . I x ' . r . DANCING THE NIGHT AWAY X . K . ' r f 0 .-nn Gee Trent, what do those stand for? . W 4. .f 1 ew , . . A132 f- 4 -3 ' Qvgrg .A , we FSC students really know how to dance the night away. Z1 PARTY T h e T 0 t al Watchmaker i Party Animal: Chril . . or is it Bluto? v l I . y. l 'lb-f""""'f 1" Wa NIL it . ,pw 4 l MAH -KA!- H ,M A AAA, A , , ,. ,-vw-4" flhx , 'F 1 ,,.,.- v S... ,J N fi . Numerous dances, sponsored by various clubs and organizations, were held throughout the year. SUAB lput on many ofthe dances including a Valentine's Semi- 'Formal featuring the Marc-els. Early in the year the Class of '87 hosted a TOCA Party and the Class of '89 uheld an ever popular Hawaiian Dance during spring lsemester. Many thanks go to all those people who put in a lot of hard work to make all the dances this year so lsuccessful. DRINKING BUDDIES A 3. , ,, , X I I M it 'A iw 3 K 5.5. N i in 5 1 f ,E 1 ow ' 4' ' 1 , Ldv s A ulbli. ' 5, 'ix 7' ' " These pictures represent a tiny fraction 'Q of the fun filled hours spent in the last bas- tion of true alcohol induced mirth on campus . . . the Ram's Den Pub. On these pages are representative photos ofjust two of the many special events held in the pub and snack bar this year. i i -s I Ad The Cape Cori Travelling All-Stars ftopj things hopping at the St. Patriek's pay Party and Dave Binder fleftj, a pavorite of FSC crowds, appeared here Qfvice this year. Other performers this year ilClllflCd Jim Plunkett, Gorclie Milne, and Maul Strow. i- I P B LIFE Q 7 M.. Ev, , I Barbara Canavan keeps the pub goers happy by keeping the taps flowing. 28 x,.4.. ma .,,f""' jg. . -v ag.. if p., 2 w ralse your hands Lf you're sure l I LIP SYNC l' Va The Lip Sync contest on November 13 1986 was hosted by SUAB s Rich Caruso above left Judg for the event were Maureen Owen, Chris Merlo and Father John Culloty lower right First place went tc Sandra Johnson, seen below with Quentin Brenner, for her Lisa Lisa Jim Berrlgan and Dave Carvellg took second with third going to Lisa Halloran pictured above ? Q 'ffm X .die Q Hilltop Players presented Nite Club 86 'afieelin' in the Years" on Weclnesclay und Thursday, November 20 and 21, 0986. Lauren Slauter is pictured above in uhe 60's portion of the show. Duets tftop Heftj, trios ftop rightj, and choruses 'rightl were all used by the Hilltop Players as they brought their audiences mack through the last century of music. 74 ITE CL B 786 A , . 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A , , r Q an 'IW 5? ,td- f x as ki .f 3 HILLTOP PLAYERS The musical 'QANYTHING GOES7' was presented by the Hilltop Players April 9th, 10th, and 11th in Dwight Auditorium. The show starred Paula Conti as Reno Sweeney, Neil Casey as Billy Crocker, Veronica Pestilli as Hope Harcourt, and Jon Lin- den as Sir Evelyn Oakleigh. This show was one of the best musical productions that FSC has seen in many years. The sets were top-notch constructions. One of the best things about the show were the incred- ible voices of Neil and Paula. Songs included in the show were such memorable numbers as "You're the Topf' 'GDeLovely," 'GI Get a Kick Out of You," and of course, "Anything Goes." P 3 1 ,J F! 3'9- I , X x 51: , S ilu gi ,Q -, 3 F . Wo. .5 ,A '-1-1 P UMANITIE PL YERS 3' -M 5 'Z f ' ' ' -- 3, 34 543- 1 3'-'- ' ' A small but dedicated lranfl of thespians are the heart ancl soul of the Humanities Players. Endless fleclieation on the part ofthe troupe turnefl out 3 fine procluctionsg Cod hy Vlfoofly Allen, The 3rd Sll0l1fll'fl.S Play. and Tartuffe. hy Moliere. Unafraifl to test the theatrical waters, the Players know no boundaries - their work encompasses experimental as well as trzulitional theatre. Though not an official Club, the Humanities Players' proiluetions are always well received. ISS RAIVI AID II 74 ,,,.,.. ,, ., ,..a. ,, ,,,,, K ,,,v , , m,,,,wT,5,,,, I 43 2 .'."4v,g,u2'ff"3'Q:W ' f 1 ' , ' A A -':"gJ:,Qi'lf:" -f-VQ1' 1 ' '- - 3 .V Q V -1, ,'- 1, 1 '., 1 A ti , . -I V , 1" ' 2 V L if-ii. . Q .1 H Q 51.4, 5, X ' ' . V' W "" f 5:12 J 1. I' 'Y , f-wav-' fi ag, " H-Q21 ' in-, LuT:?,,.,kX,V , , ,v,, V. gy if 43 4 ' 5 5 ..,Ah..,. ...:.J..- 1 .-l.... . The second annual lip sync contest, 'QRAM AID II," was held on Thursday, April 23rd in Dwight Auditorium. The ever popular event was sponsored by the Class of I988. The MCS for the show were Class Officers Ann Collins and Greg MTurtle" White. Tina Turner QKaryn Braxtonj took First Place while Janet Jackson QLeeanne Travelol filled the Second Place slot. Also a hig hit were Jake and Elwood Blues flVIike McKenna and Danny Wardj. Tommy Perry DID NOT appear in this event. I or I in 'T' "2 WTWP' ' ,QQ f? , X l A 1 . 'VO 2 '. ' ., ' 1 v 4 '- ' in 4 I 4. lk, . A -fy ....e-- -1 . ' ,Ky L. gf! 2 Yi.: V if n. ! 7 ' gg. ,, I. '7'rsf.:: -X if OXFORD DEBATE On April 8th, 1987, SUAB and the Arts and Humanities Council sponsored a debate between the Oxford Debating Society and a group of debaters from the ranks of our own Framingham State. The Framingham group consisted of Cindy Santomassimo, Steve Hampe, Franklin Newton, Stanley Schroter, the outspoken Alan 38 Lappas, and lastly, Elizabeth Wheeler. Oxford was represented by Michael Hall, a world debating champion, Chris Hehir, Michael Cove and Sally Marlow. Although Framingham's attempt was a good one, audience appeal fshown by a show of handsj was strongly in Oxford's favor. -S 1 Q4?x?xmm9lWGi Qs 5 F? -2-it f- l :kb 11 'all .1 Bef FE 14. 'XT-2'f5 ' M yi' B fgvfvspfffp J def tx if fEfJL'x .x :-fA'1i lay , Q fN, i, x' l XX if I , 'L-if QT NI I fu L al .,,. 65,3 'it OHM if 1 9 'V P - 'N gs M QQ. jf! Q54 ' IW vm' 12 QCP ig-2? 'W LJ ,iw Asyv-six L. tl... fmxveiiitg fifihb 'Q rd ,fy H :gy ' 'Lf V . 3 v' ' Miss Santomassimo initiated the rlehatc with arguments supporting the night's topie, "The Generation That Raised Us Failed Us." 123 4 , , P 1 .s AA , guy fag? Q 14 iff? 4' wir 4 .,- Ma... ,.vMwQnw.,...v. ., .Y 5 I 2 'fs ,M Wir? ww? , 4 . T4 . - X E A if,-1 Egg 31 ,,g 4 5 W1 1' s ,I 5 s . Aww-fL4pmv,3?,i-4 5 g, w v V N i K 1 Y w l 1 N 1 W l PRING BRE K 98 ,ggi -wh A A ' 4. H' W' Q iz ?!fV?n. u ., f ip w f ,, E , . K. ' K u rj N ,gi - v 579' .J Q 9 "F""'N at is if wf I 1 Y H. 'X' . , ' 1 :. 1 X' ffm 1 , Q- x. : ,Q ,- x ,, ,Sli 12 1 I , ,, , . ff V- ' f'f15i':i3l' fr vlif' ? V - ' , m:Z.?,3f31' Z ' ' V, , - . 3, ' 'f 45- Q .7 W cn- Nr-f - f -" . ,. -:gw 41. ' ... , , ' , A' jf' U Ziggy! 1 I , A J' ,, V , V I. LQ. 'I Af, ..: M - ' . ' ' - 4 m , .-.iikflf , " .f Q Hwx l I I 'Q . V, -.1- Ii I N x :L Q71 7 fm 'Y 'W' 'IE . .31 h . 1 Y x . X f ' ...Lf 4'a'k, f ,a, 1 - , 4' .' 3- rf' A ."3fia' .--- 5 - , - 1 . sv., .14 by if ,Z if-' ,X La T5 ' if? fs SX .- f, ' i ,..-Q. ,"" BY Jah. Man! The SUAB TravelfReereation Committee took FSC to sunny Jamaica for Spring Break. The sun, seenery land company kept everyone's spirits high for a week. how- iever the exotic drinks didnit hurt the situation any. Even the Iairport eouldn't put a damper on the fun. Some of the fadventurous vacationers enjoyed a hike up the waterfall while others took advantage of the sun and the time away from FSC to spend with some friends. 1 f we .,I I A DBOX XXIII inns .gags Ma,-U' ' -2,4 4 h . my - "" "Will lnnufq K 1.55 , gg my --1" agp? X . .f .- fa -g ' ' " Q-iq ilk S . ' v at .ik i1 , J- , , ' v- L,-1, dia gig", ' -- 4 . I A-I wi' ' x f Av ,.. X 5 J...-,. K , fs F ' f, -mf V v-Fefe. , .f . f egg Q., Q ff , ' H 4 , -Q., N xg ' N f 1 , v . 1 I V. 5 if-t - 133, 'VL NW' R nl "'ff9?"f'I945'g..,j"'f .-..,, 1 an 5' 1 V Q A W' 5 . i -'a X5 Efffmm This year's Spring Sandbox was the 'GGREATEST SHOW ON STATE STREET," com- plete with a juggler, animal act, and clowns. Hurdy Gurdy and his mon- key fabove leftj provided an afternoon of entertain- ment for the Sandbox supporters, while others preferred the antics of Murph, the physical comedian ffar lefty. Father John Culloty. Linsley R.D. Chris "Walll1reakel"' Watc'l1- maker, and others fell ,ef-nw. -0 3 victim to the brutal MCelebrity Sponge Toss" while the MlVIoonwalk" turned one and all into children once again. Cotton candy, caramel apples, and popcorn were on sale to fulfill the famished fun fanatics. Lori Chase fbottom leftj enjoys her cotton candy as she tries to figure out what's going on. The weather held out for a while, but before too long the blue skies were re- placed by dark clouds. IS Due to inclement weather, Sandbox became an indoor event for the first time ever. Disappoin- ted spectators had their spirits ignited by the fire eater. Local talent, in- cluding NITROUS, rocked the snackbar for hours. The Forum was then the site for a fascinating laser light show. After, the second hi-annual Post Sandbox Bash kept the fun alive until it was time to go home to get some much needed sleep. V is sq K 2 ' 'a . v ' HJTSX. sf' A 46 ,ff fy .--M ii sf ' .s F 1 , 'QF ' ! M S 1 klf 1 Kg, 5 1 . v I ,K S-3-4 L R ... C . .P . . X., , l'....,. f 4? E' f Ag X N-s' .f QQ, I -Q ,A M 39 -,' A ,J , 'f I A I I Z Ill S a n d b 0 x weekend con- tinued Saturday night with a Semi-formal featuring Herb Reed of the 0 r i g i n a l Platters. The dance was held in the Snack Bar and the Pub was Open for those of age. VI TLETHO The All-College Talent Show held on April 22, 1987 gave students, faculty, and administrators a chance to Showoff their special abilities. Among the acts were dancers, singers, musicians, actors and comedians. First prize was won by SGA for their skit spoofing The Wizard of Oz. The Student Services Suite Staff took second for their dancing raisin routine and third place went to a singing trio from Third World. The event was sponsored hy the Class of '87 and the Third World Organization. SGA's Ray Correllus as the Good Fairy . Amy Roux as Dorothy and Diane Dubois as Toto. I E Student Services' Carol Pike. Cynthia Forrest. Xvendy Noyes and Cindy Baxter IL-RJ. 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' I ' 4 Aw ' - 4 7-14' 4. r 5, W , -'Hi 1-rv . 1 ...I- '86-'87 A Retrospective by CD UM So much has happened in the last year that it is hard to simply sum up in a few paragraphs, but alas, I shall try my best. The '86-'87 year was filled with stories of national pride, contro- versy and change. America had many reasons to be proud this past year. In May we all joined hands in HHands Across Americaw to help the homeless and in July the Statue of Liberty proudly celebrated her 100th birthday. America had a MG'day,' as the Stars and Stripes brought the America's Cup home where it belongs. America mourned this year as well. The deaths of Maria Von Trapp, Rita Hayworth, Ray Bolger, James Cagney, Liberace, Ted Knight and Marlon Perkins saddened us all, but their memories will live on in the annals of film, record and repeats of 6'Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom." In September, hijackers killed 21 people on a Pan Am jet in Karachi as terrorism continued in the Middle East. We were also confused and outraged at the tragic and senseless death of 37 crewmen on the U.S.S. Stark. Politically, the year was chock full of scandals, change and the retirement of Tip O'Neil as Speaker of the House. The Iran-Contra Aid Scandal devastated President Reaganis popularity as the intensive hearings dragged on for months. Gary Hart was forced to withdraw from the Democratic race as a sex scandal with Donna Rice fno rela- tion to Jim, the popular left fielderj and other various women was leaked to the press. Governor Michael Dukakis started his run for the Presidency, Kurt Waldheim became the President of Austria, which is rather ironic considering his alleged involvement with the S.S. in World War Two, and Wdliam Rehnquist edged out Judge Wopner to become the 16th Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. President Reagan and Mikhael Gorbachev spent a few days ice fish- ing in Iceland while managing to set a few hours aside to hold an un- eventful summit. lt seems that love was everywhere as marriages ran rampant in '86-'37. Sarah Ferguson married Britain's Prince Andrew in a royally pompous wedding. Two of the Ken- nedy clan also got hitched as Maria Shriver managed to drag the multi- talented Arnold Schwarzenegger away from his Nautilus and Caro- line Kennedy married Edwin Schloss- berg, another guy with a ridiculous last name. Zsa Zsa Gabor made it number seven, or was it eight, or . . .? Speaking of stable marriages, Joan Collins got married and di- vorced this year, but what's new? There were many interesting u 3 1 L l 1 1 5 i 1 5 1 4 s I I 1 1 1 A i 5 1 I 1 1 F l 1 1 1 1 1 5 1 I 1 stories in the entertainment world nas well. HTop Gun" and MPlatoon" -were the two blockbuster movies :and Michael Caine finally won an Oscar, it's about time, too. On the tube, Max Headroom made a b-b-b- tb-big splash as he tried to get us to uCatch the Wave." Maddie and David finally Hdid it" on MMoonlighting", and itis about time, too. Dallas, season opener was ia real shocker. All last season was a ldream. What a brilliant idea! '6'Wheel of Fortune" starring Vanna 9White became wildly popular, and i she deserves it what with all that tal- ent she beholds. Pee Wee Herman 'was also very popular in the summer, and who can blame that, iwhat with all that talent he beholds. Oral Roberts had a novel idea, he .pleaded for 8 million dollars by ii March or Cod would take him away. V 1 0And I have enough trouble asking llmy boss for a raise. Musieally, the year saw Paul 'Simon's MCraceland" winning the 'Grammy for best album, Bruce 'Springsteen's live 37 album set, .U2's new album and Boston , released their long awaited and 'much talked about third album. Some of the many fads of the year v were large clothes, banana clips and color mousse for your hair, the ever popular, but only consumed off- campus Peach Tree Schnapps and those really annoying 'GBaby on Board" signs which say something for everybody. My personal favorite: HBored on Boardf' This year also saw the decline of Yuppies and the awareness of L'Safe Sex." AIDS remained a real scare as some television stations began run- ning condom ads. There was a clamp down on drugs as everyone from K.C. Jones to Nancy Reagan told kids to Hjust Say NO." The sports scene also held a few surprises for us. Sugar Ray Leonard came out of retirement to beat Marvelous Marvin Hagler for the Middleweight Championship and the Giants won the Superbowl. Roger Clemens set a major league record for strikeouts in a game f20j and won the M.V.P. and Cy Young Awards on his way to helping the Boston Red Sox win the American League Championship and making the year a Hpossible Dreamfi The sporting world mourned as well the senseless death of future superstar Len Bias, who died of a drug overdose while celebrating being drafted by the Boston Celtics. Well, there you have it, the year in review. The past year has given us both reasons to rejoice and re- flect. It has been an interesting year and our only hope is that we can help make the years to come even more interesting. if O 'film' fe fv-f.. ,4- iii- 'Cl 'Q sl f'-q LM, . 7 .Qjjffigif f' . 1 f' ,f ff mf' 'Q' f, X sffhl :J L 1 kwa, f 'S 1.1. 'fg ',.fYgi'J 452,44 Lf 1 -ff 15131 ri' 'T' Vfff 211 9 mo 1'-, I I f 6 iffy .F W ,, ,. ,---. A fy::x'JQ 695,12 2 ,X 1-f 'gi-jggzw if-' ,f ,J,f.w!,x , r' 'J' 4 Nflhli' ':f2f1o'f3ffy'ZLff' 3516--'2:ff ff-7f.f-.f? ff. 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' r , 1 5 E e 1 Q9 i """ l Hat" competition .ids x 'NN The Student Government Association is the legally recognized representative body of the students. It has authority over the Student Activity Fund and grants money to clubs and organi- zations for their events, whether social or academic. """'X x 'ff' .Q x SGA is also the uwatch dog" of students' rights on campus and takes measures to ensure that the voice of the FSC student is heard. Whether it he campus, polit- ical or social issues . . . SGA is there. CLASS OF 87 :MTE Front row fl-rl: Ann Lawrence fsecretaryl, Cindy Santomassimo Qpresidentj, Amy X Roux fvice-presidentj, Trisha McGrail ftreasurerl. Back Row fl-rj: Kim Lager- - quist, Diane Romanowski, Nancy Gaudette, Franklin Newton, Jeanne Galipeau, , ' x Raff I1 Blb ' ae a a on1. V J h y y W, CLASS OF 88 -..mn Front row fl-rj: Ann Collins fvice-presidentj, Mary Short fsecretaryl. Back row fl-rl: Michelle Radie Qpresiclentj, Cindy Baxter fadvisorj, Jennifer Harrison, Greg White ftreasurerl. Cindy stimulates conversation onme again. T6 liiii-DN-Q-m 1 sl' II! BLACK AND COLD ML...-"f , Q ?The Black and Gold staff are probably the first ppeople incoming freshman meet, and speak to, uupon their parents' departure from F.S.C. lThrough their group talks and Nice breakers" they :I attempt to make college seem a little less threaten- Ning and provide at least a little knowledge of the Nschool to these fledgling students. If they make -some friends along the way., even better! mtg. mrsizmsa . - . A ZIP ...sf Front row fl-rj: Stella Brown, Dan MacLean, Ann Fittante, John Warren, Jodi Rafus, Bruce Courtney, Stan Schroter. Second row tl-rj: Michelle Dehney, Jeanne Mongeau, Sharon Sears, Tammy Wooflwarcl, Lisa Craceffa, Eileen Monahan, Kathy Fontaine, Adam Tocci, Kevin Molloy, Rich Caruso. ughg Qlluh The Framingham State Rugby Club, one of the most fascinating and exciting sports on campus, is an evergrowing club whose popularity has increased yearly since its in- ception at FSC. The Club plays teams from schools such as Harvard, B.C. and B.U. The game rriay be rough and tumble, but it's still considered to be a gentleman's sport. 'iv mf wp 3 Front row QL-Ry: Skip Auffrey, Sean Boisclair, ,Iohn lVlacNamara, Rob Mateer, Pat Hughes, Jonathan Welsh Second row IL-RJ: Eliot Schickler, Bryn Smith, Todd Larson, John Hubbard, Greg Parks, Barry Ahearn, John Hawes Mike Mclxenna I Jeff Lenihan, Chip Kelly, Bill Dykens, Todd DiRoberto, Team Advisor Father Culloty, Skills Advisor Ray Zerick Third row tl,-RJ: Mike Langone, Bill Egan, Tom Martone, John Braden, Tom Charnley, Paul McCarthy, Bill Erlandson Dan Dargon Bill Grey, Dan Lynch. Not pictured: Steve Freedman. 7 w ' s qi in yu., N 4 ' 'Y " ,, y!,f'W2.11 '54 . ,jig v,,W, I-, lml:1'f71.s 's 'Y rc "Pi gre .Q- batd f , rv ,, 5' 'f 'Tl . QV' 'nf'-' WN v,- 1225 N . I 9 ' -,Q 1' ,. 'wiv' g?A.ifV-ix .4 aff . av- M xy ' 'Pr' 1. 1 lr f '. ,-ga.. . x 1 , .n .. .:..-...-,.....-,,.,,.,. f .1 .Q .-4 . 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E 1 rf f Should I use a period or a vomma? mo.: f"""- A N wewgw? I gi 2 PZ , , x-,u 'I X xp, 1 v . . Y: 4 l N , ,..f- -M, "Wm, ' 2 .s" eo, ' Sir' ' N' X LTQIH 'fx M. I-A Lori Regienus tliditorj and Brendon St. George 1ArtsfEntertainment Editor l ,I h W.---ff 5 R fl - I LI, 3' I -slr' 'danny E before I . . . No . . . I before E except after . . I I 1... ,el ilf fv. 4 . V7 X ,dp 7 I - x NIJ if VE . X, . E w 1 X v - ' , g. i 1' X 'Lf' Z The Gatepost is FSC's student run newspaper. Its weekly publication is chock full of articles, editorials and features contributed by, not only the dubious staff members, but by the students on campus as well. The Gatepost gives all students a chance to write articles or voice their opinion on burning campus issues such as parking or other con- cerns. It also gives the students hands on experi- ence in working on a newspaper and helps sharpen their writing and reporting skills as well. llc-adlim-1' who can worry about u1l4'adlim'. what with tht- new Vs mnun' 2 Journal nuti Fil DJ 1 'w ff' X -' XII' y iw J XP X X 133, Y I i AN- H l'ront row fl.-Rl: David Dunbar. Dan Dowd. Second row 1L-Ry: Rick Heidi Scribner. Dave Thomson. Michael Merline. Third row IL-RJ Dansereuu. Carol Stucchi. Suzy Sherman. Jason McElhiney, Tanya Mike Davis. Rick Sansone. Fourth row fl,-Rl: ,lim Ferguson. Chris Pearson, Karew Smith. Heidi Gustafson. Michelle Ricard. Caroline Bauer, Ivan Doroschuk. Ros Jardine. .lon Wright. .Iohn Crella. a P l -. 1 i1F'W"i Lima e- fi L ll S .f-1 ,lim digs into the vast record collection to find yet another selevtion of fine toe-tapping music tl1at's always played on DJM. pr llllt lul all that lllll on the- m-1-dle' nnprme-s tln- qnalllx ol lll1'N0ll". WDJM is the student run radio station located at 91.3 on your FM dial. It is an alternative to the usual top 40 stations which are often repetitive and boring. DJM on the other hand offers the campus and surrounding Communities a wide variety of diverse and unusual programming. 93 0144" L-3' if Do you lllinlt sln' post-al for lliis plmlo? SUA C3 v 'vi - En- ' " x N I A l A a . Nj '-Q? at mv. A "ff w ' lf H' Rf ,. , e-2.5, -K ,A f ' as Front row fl,-Ry: Roland Arcand, Richard Caruso, Chris Darcy. Second row ll,-RJ: Susanne Murphy, Beth Wheeler, Jeanne Mongeau, Diane Amaral, Ellen Servtniek, Stephanie Hutnak, Rachel Sandberg. Third row fl,-Ry: Annette Hofmann, Carol Manoogian, Cory Spezeski, Kim Sirois, Carrie Bach, Dianne Dubois, Andrea Gresco, Lisa Rosen, Susan Danis, Terri Madore. Fouth row ll,-Rl: Tim Baker, Kathy Harrington, Deb Law- rence, Kirsten Stolle, Anita Terzi, Karla Mancini, Tammy Woodward, Stacey Iwanski. Back row KL-RJ: Larry Silipigni, Camille Stellato, Sheri Pokat, Kim Martino, Sheila Consoli, Gayle Kondracki, Lisa Graceffa, Melissa Raffaele. if if.. 1-if , 'D-uv, '0214 Y M? W , ,ff X . Q, , ,. ,-Giga' :LQ , ' ff,-QP' '- ...ge -M- , ' I 5 5 V " , fl ,,mff4,,,f1:efg74 , 3 , , V f -ni . . f A 51, V " 8-1 .mf mf X1 o Wray ,- ww if - . A J The Student Union Activities Board QSUABE is one of the most active organizations on campus. They plan cultural activities, films, dances, concerts, special programs and many other fascinating events on campus. They are also responsible for organizing the ever popular Sandbox each semester as well as offering trips for Spring Break a11d weekend fantasy getaways. lfxecutiu- Board: First row ll,-lil: She-ri Volta! l'l'l'l'ilSlll'Q'I'l. l,isa lli'aci-ffa Him Pre-sicle-nl of l,I'U:II'illllIIllllfll. llicliarnl Caruso ll'resiale-iilb. Roland Nw-aml Hia-4 Presiilciilb. Kirsten Smllf-151-4-n-mryi. Sc-coml rovs tl,-ll L: l'ill1-115:-i'u'tliirklXssl. llir ofStudent Nctix ilie-st. Kim Martino Hionci-rtsi. Chris Darcy lllaytinu-I. Tannny Vt oml- ward llfiw- St l,lIlH'l. Karla Mancini 4'l'rau-l 81 llc-cr:-ationb. Terri Wlaelora- 454.1-ialn Annette llofmann lliraaluate Assistanll. P YCHOLOGY CLUB 4 5 . 23 V A , 4 , gl 'f if ', . s .,, g , . . E , i 'Y QL-Rb: Erie Dragslmaek, Karen Wittlirmlt, Maureen Steinlmrn, Dr. Barrie We-sterman, David lVleGrath, Dr. Harold Kin-ss, W4'lllly Sally. HILLTOP PL YER Front row ll.-Rl: Chnek Sehubert, Paula Conti. Lisa Huwanl, Donna M. Trapp. Karen Allrinson. Karen Porn-ello. Erie Solulnnnt. Sf'l'0Illl row fl,-Ry: ,lalnes Murzizzini. Jill Fairwealller. Melanie Clark. Carole Clontier, Susan Uainis, Kristen Larkin. Julianna l'esearinn, Mary Ellen Vlilkins, Katy Harris. .Xlieia Shing. Baek row fl,-Rb: Margaret Fisher. Greg liutaturi. Lauren Slallter, Kelly lVll'PllFl'S0ll, Lori Sergi. Alemla Nizzuri. RT ACTI ISTS CL-RJ Michael Walden, jim Eng. Kirsten Stolle. Jean Duffney. SADD fl HUNI 1.1! ?'T ary Rapa. Beth Wlwvlvr. .lc-unnv xlllllilvllll. ,law Umnfrirtli. MAZM N G LLERY II,-R3 Donna Henderson. Lf-sliv lzumnlla. John Xml:-rmn Mike "Salty Dog" lVlcKc-nna and john Hawes level this Harvard player while showing him how to play rugby the I' l'dI'l'llIlUll3l' way. fx G . - .2 L,,," 35,54 ff Et" .K f , 553-war.-.., ,x ig . at 1 am, . 444 'uk V rf v 4, 2- .mf Lori Rc-gif-nllsz Gate-post Editor. 1 i K 1 3 1 , f X FL if , fxrvlz' 1 1- ' P 1 3 :ln a rather heated S.G.A. dvhate on evolution, Beth gin-s he wdinosaurs became extinct: "They were too darn rule." . f s ,T I . My Triah fulmla me-ry young girl's1lre-urn. In ln- xiuls-nlly ki,-ml ln I I :nk N1 u u -si my 'And . ,W 90 px xx ., X5 x I, 'HY .w-"NNMiQ'f 1' ' 'rv' . ' 131 i un4'f3'1 1 is , q, T -.. , "iff- -- ay: 'Q M- - gi, N 'ff-A' , 1 fn., - ' fl? ' ' Q .1 ' ., w .Q 4f Q , F nu--, S1 Q 'ii Q f pa A I .Z -4" . - A CYS. - ,Q li 1 Bill Egan sports a now F.S.C. Rugby jersey. and a new easy to rnanagz- hairvut. U' .if X Z X '4- l 1 I we lull ufnml f uns: ll tn the' Blass of ,And as Ihr sun lIl3jP5lil'lllly sets uvvr the- ll. ,luslin Nll'q:lll'lIlf 11ull1-gMIvnl- '. - ' 1 ' I '- - 21987. Happy Trails to you . . . 1 Y 1 W 1 s 0 lu li Ill. llllb lllll lllllis lllllllb llllllll lllllllllu Illllillllb lllillllll llllllllll llllilllll llllllill llillilll lllilllll llllllii llllllli IIIIIII lllllll lllllll lllill llllll llllll ll!!! Illll Ill!! Ill! lil! :Ili Ill III ll ll II I K J l'.'- .I I 'l I I . ' I . . ' '.U.l'l' .fr , Q . X ' x . 1 J!! if AX 1 f 1 74" A AI III - .IIII IIIIIII IIIIIIII IIIIIIIII IQIIIIIII UIIIIII 'II-I-Il K I ' I I I . I . . I . I I I I . .I.I. 'I' I. . I.I....I. ...I ....I.I ' ' Uql. ' l'l' ' I l'I' ' "l'I' l'I'I' ' l'I'u ' I-I-g...,I ' '.l I g....I Q .'. .I Q ...I-I Q - Il...I'...I,,- Il ' U I Q I l I ,l:I.I'I'.l:I.I'I':'. I I I I I B . .. 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This was the best year the team has had in some time and a few individuals were recognized for their accomplishments. A 4 f 0 1, Q . 'f' , , ,O'f",, f . f l ' V , An ef- , ' KY' va I- V- ,nw .fx 1' . . pf A N.. . .. nf iff, '-..,, 96 X New school records were set by Steve Megee for most career touchdowns receivedg Steve Condon for most touch- downs received in a game, most recep- tions in a season and most yards gained in a careerg and Chris Horblit for the longest touchdown returns. Chris Horblit was named an ECAC All-Star and received honorable mention from the New England Football Conference. Steve Condon was also named an ECAC All-Star as well as being chosen for the NEFC First Team. League honorable mention was awarded to George Claflin, Kevin O'Connell, Kevin Hitchcock and Mike Hocking. awiwg.. 1 f-.J , .fn 1? ' Q. v ,ffl UT CROSS COUNTRY The cross country team, under the leader- ship of coach Ned Price, finished the year with a -'F' record of 1-3-1 in meets ff., against teams such as Bab- son, Fitchburg, Anna Maria, WPI, and others. if w XM " Bkx ,--i a .fi- . -. ,W H M V .QA . NN .- -' ,... .M . FSC's Ron Hunnicutt, Charlie Yates, and Dan Hescock lL-Rl challenge the teams of Babson and WPI. FIELD HOCKEY The women's field hockey team had a disappointing season, finish- ing with a record of 6-13-2. Team captains were Shelly Cummings, Kim Gallo and Pam Marzeotti. Mary Ellen Dwyer received All- Conference Honorable Mention. tug, AQ, ,, . Front row ll,-RJ: Kim Gallo, Shelly Cummings, Pam Marzeotti. Second row KL-Rb: Mary Ellen Dwyer. Jennifer Dowd. Robin Pare. Tracey McHugh. Allison Dewallace., Colleen Conway lMgr.l. Back row ll,-Rl: ,leanmarie Lagos 4Asst. Coaclil, Laurie Jenesky, Carol Russ, Jeanine Kowalski, ,losee Fridmann. Torri Richards 1Coaclil. 93 v ,Q 11,4 .,, .., . . 3 4 1.2.45 -..,,g-h- -H --' 'i-4-.. ,915 'NN . ,' 'n'al1'.i ' ,VA-'sv ' va h"?"'i----.... WS A fig ,..,.. , , ,.. ..n B' N -.g., :?':.':r.'?5W TENN The men's and women's tennis teams, in their last year at FSC, concluded with records of 0-8 and 5-9 respectively. Cara Rochon was awarded All- Conference Honorable Mention. U f f , r. ,I 1 1 f..v.A A K -1?-M .,, H -,-A L i I If . M lk 1,1 WUMEN, VOLLEYB LL lx-1 Co-Captain Katie Donnelly I ..-X ' - g-4. ,-S A X-4 NX 1 Ii X 1. N 1 Q , or -2 2" "R-M1 vp.- 'U----f Front Row fl-rl Kim lgoe, Jodi lVlclieon. Cindy W8lt0ll lco- captainb, Katie Donnelly fc-o-captainj, Mary Barros. Back row fl-rj Laurie Comer, Sarah Doherty, Una Ollirien, Sue Fitzhenry, Stephanie Johnson, Cindy 0'Donnell. Cynthia Souza fcoachj. H10 1 , ',,,,,,.,-Q-' The Framingham State Women's Volleyball team finished their season with a 3-3 MASCAC Conference record and an overall NCAA record of 5-16. Individual achievements included the announcement of Sue Fitz- henry, Mary Barros, Cindy Walton and Katie Donnelly to the Roger Wdliams College Tournament All Team. , EQUESTRI TEAM .. fm .L 1. thai., . I I 1 1 w I 4 I 3 4 1 v A 1 1 QL-RJ Kristen Dahl, Laura Radford fCo-Captainl, Mary lllllclaughlin, Debbie King, Miira Delaney, Heidi Webber 1Co- 4 Captainj, Donna Rogers. Not pictured: lndira Moffet, Jody 1 Harding, Brenda Lynn. I l I I 1 A LQ.. The Equestrian Team is a co-ed, in- tercollegiate sport which competes in the Fall and Spring. They compete against teams from Tufts, Dartmouth, UNH. UVM, and ten other schools. The team consists of ten members and is led by captains Heidi Vlfebber and Laura Radford. 'S SUCCER ' .XVQQ jjltv K Front row IL-Rh: Todd MacDonald., Paul Mack., Todd Husband, Rich Scali, Alan Macrae, Dan O,Neil, Joel Piekarczyk, Scott Piekarczyk, Arild Vaktskjold. Back row QL-Rj: Coach Kurt Shnare, Rick Ercolani, Sean Farrelly, Graham Wilson, Mark Kinchla, Mike Dieterly, Ken Norling, Coach Les Semi. The Men's Soccer team at FSC had a tough 1986 season. Under the direction of captains Rich Scali and Dan 0'Neil the Rams were deter- mined and played hard but they finished the season with a 2-16 record. They look forward to the fall and the challenge that another H I season will bring. tie gait I Aj M, , Qs A . W ,Y .-m, z- .fr X ii ,ey U 1' 4 'fe ,. . "6 ---. '11 , , ,V K Arild Vaktskjold - The Flying Norwegian. 102 5? El '. u . . x ' - H -'-' ltllvki 1 "U 4 ff:-Q-fp-faunm VS' W- K ,.f -nn ll! ' .' " F ' - I ' I K' 1 . - Cy '- v 't V 'vi' . 2 if ' f Er' , . 5 Q," 1 -'.-:-2' T' . I 4- ,, .V Y I x - 1 . ,n 44 s M K . Q.. ., ., .- . avu, 's -Avi Q-W3 ,Q - ' '- , 4 ': A. 03.51. L . : -f"4n':,.!,i E-,tatgv-alt?-Tir. W A! n--1:',,.,.g . 3.13, ,Q '- -'Q " "z " , . .,. . 5, V lov- V. .15 . - : aw- "" V , f f -- fu .nn - h .vw- J .' ' .A . -0 , . ,V , . .0 , ,YI ,-..:. .. I I , . .. .3 r' -vi, ' QKQQQJ Ain. ti V .I ,.J.f' . A - -V. Ll- , -- .rf Z l nur my OMEN'S SOCCER . X- K t 4 'Z ,V -f9"" 4 V .Sign-5- if M deff 11. A M fN Kc y . 1 Front row QL-Rh: Laurel Balfe, Anne Tompkins, Emily Smith, Jeanne Engle, Nancy Remillard, Christine Kranyak, Bridget Kane. Back row QL-RQ: Coach Dennis Hursey, Christine Murphy, Stephanie Moore, Christine Chouinard, Pain Daughdrill, Kelley Fitzgerald, Weatherly Dykeman, Karen Kane, Sharon Jacobson, Cathy Stevenson, Colleen Murphy Ulssistant Coachl. The Women's Soccer team showed improvement this year over the 1935 season. Captain Jeanne Engle helped the team to a 6-9-1 record and goalie Bridget Kane played in the Senior Bowl as an All- Star goalie. The team looks forward to an even better season in 987. QQ .ah it 'f , vi Yr' "1 lffzaufrlf ' V' A ' Cathy Stevenson uses her head to clear this one from the goal area. l 04 I all 2 .Y .Q ibrgphlff 2 f""' -4 " i 9. 9 is E 9 BASKETBALL Q-Efviglr Under second year coach Kevin Van Cisin and Assistant David Peach. the Men's Basket- ball team ended their sea- son with an impressive 20- 9 recordg one of the best the team has had in years. Highlights included victo- ries against North Adams, Rhode Island College a11d Brandeis University. Fans were also provided with exciting post-season play in the ECAC Division III Tournament, as the Rams beat Colby and Trinity Colleges before losing to a tough Williams College team in the semi-finals. Walsh led the team in assists faveraging 6.2 per gamej and had the second highest free throw percentage, shooting 62 of 83 for 7505. Sutson, who was named to the Mass. State Conference's First Team, led the team in steals with 54 and was second in assists 15.3 per gamej and scoring 115.3 per gamej. Leading the team in scoring and rebounding was Rich Corbett, averag- ing 19 points and 9.8 rebounds per game. He was named ECAC For- ward of the Week, FSC -Q . 1 5 fzj' . -1-we ' v - ' -A -1 - 5 2 1 I " ii ff' 2' W 4 .A,. 3 I , e , -w-L.-2M,f'zf:E 3 L I I . , 5 E L I qi, , . yi 1 1 , . , 5 ,fra , 1 N . Q ' , L L 3 ' H 4 H f V . ,- . V- M. 'v ' 5 ivy I 3 , ' 1. " - . I ' v V Q .. 'f ff 1,-Pfrvifz 1 .' ' Q ' "W "1" -or , f' lx 'Tx -fr 4, W-, r,-JUSQS, N :EMEA get --X - f Senior captains Gerry Player of the Week Q3 Walsh and Marvin Sutson timesj and to the Mass. . . , , fr fx, pI'0VldCd the team Wlth State Conference s First -J J. strong leadership as Team. X fgg,-rg, ,far-44, Mk- if 'Sa 5 . 'Simi ' as 71' . ' s Rlllls .JI .ff 1 ' 5 Y 1 L V 'No QA A L Al 1 A 6' . ,,.....-- ,,, .f a i 'L ,I 'K - -'-f ' ff' Front row Il,-Ry: Dwayne Sparks, Angel Crullon, Gerry Walsh, Marvin Sutson, Tim O'Connell, Rob Halverson. Back row fL-Rb: Bob Cass lmanagerl, .lim Berrigan, Sean Jackman. Rich Corbett, David Ware. .Iomo King, Mark Baer, Jeff Evans, Coach Kevin Van Cisin. lI0 ,Q uf K ' X ' --M., 1 1 yawn, -L, K., if i -1 I E A X ff . . 5, A 1 . . 9, " 5 7! ,fi Q 6 Q3 -:. 1 fy? ,. .,,,?-wok , E? ,. l' K . . ' , - 'nl f 1 ,. 3. , ,c X 7 :i-! 3 s ' g , K , X 1 : R Q xf , 4' 1 - rv Ts, "Q',d"'5 I' ' rv'v'i,5 J gi? wr fi Npfh r - .54 , 'iris 1 f .4 N,,., k ,. I A' . rv... A I 1. . ' "-M. I 1 z Q ' - lf J ' 1 f -- n in x ,L J C54 Lal-J , . ' z, KQQQQ wks' .9 44' ! ggi? ' A ii ' V. sg,-gift Q K : ' ' F5 I Yi 5 '59 , 2 V -ffrzf"'!+iw , v90Q' - .RL 1 Q:fQ 'ix s Q' 5' H ' 1 1' 'r' r bmw'-1 -il,--1 ,nad . 3 , "- . tis -x ,L , -i in-f .,l 'S , ,,.. ,.-,www-w"'W""""l -if , I 112 1 ' ' f- n u.M..:-af ,' U... ,,.,.-. I 4 42-W--4,z,.,:...,.,:,,,f, . ' --'W f---fwww,-.Q ..,..M,-.... ,,,.,,,,,.4,, . , ' ,-........ 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Keith McMahon and Jim Hunt led the team in batting, each closing out the year with averages of 405. Jim was named to the Mass. IH State Conference First Team fas a centerfielderj, FSC Player of the Week and FSC MVP of the Spring. Keith was also named to the Mass. State Conference First Team fas a first basemanj and FSC Player of the Week. Kevin Bonnyman was also named FSC Player of the Week. With John, Jim and Keith returning to the team next year, the Rams look to an even better sea- son in 988. 4 , fjy-.5 V, t, . ,....... .9 M s ,....,Q.,-. . , if W .,,,-,.,.,....-... -.-M F - f ,,,,,,,,..... ..,. ...W ....,... ,wa ...mg ..n...,...sJ ':.,..,. W... 1.........,:.L IU ,. Mt!! -4 ,..,.... .. .,..-..-.,,..N W..-V.-..v my ' f ,Q Y , . x ra1':fzi:5a, 'W'W"'f" -Q . 4 I -. . , , 1 1- 7 rg gfs,1.f:fi42"i?s. ,gfs5.'M+t .sf , 522m-ffwiff-.. L 'W?'W'Wf" .11 , 'f - 1 .I A 1--, g QU 5,-u-.Q ..:.,s- xl. ...sir .5 ,, W- ,- ,. 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This record does not ex- press the overall performance ofthe young squad, however, as many games went into extra innings and were decided by one run margins. The Lady Rams called upon three members of its team for leadership, center fielder Lori Winters, left fielder Melissa Statler and first hase- man .Iulie O'Toole. All three will be returning to these positions next year. Individual awards were received during the season by Melissa Statler, MASCAC All-Conference Team, MVP Award and FSC Player of the Week, Julie O'Toole, FSC Player of the Week, Patty Green, Unsung Hero- Awardg and Lori Winters, NEISCA Scholar Award. The outlook for the 87-88 season is very good as the entire team will he returning. i 4-M. QM w ,wg . 131 7 'tgp' I ax ii H ,hr L' Q 1 M 1-' A F 5 f' fi Le NY X -T- Vg-an Q 'vn- i ...qv I -tv 1. ,.. X vo' H., "a i 'f 'uw z , s.,. N . r V .P ' MO' ' 4 ' . --x .X 55 H ' .,i',?5" ,,'.,f:l-gf' - -4 , + J fa ' ' A ' x 4-5 W ,rg , ..hq5,i:N . 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'Wh-. -,J 3-xx Q o, .I "XJR -'-'QM aj , xx-X13 5: -4, F ' P fs 15 3 T' .ug ,l F, .'. 13:1 I ff A S. FA C UL TY ci ADMINIS THA Tl ON 1 Every organization needs leader- ship in order to run smoothly. The leadership at Framingham State College is provided by the Executive Officers. President Weller, in his second year here at FSC, came to us from California Polytechnic ln- stitute at Pomona. Dr. Arthur Chaves, Executive Vice President, does much of the development and fund raising for this college. Ms. Wendy Noyes, Vice President of Student Services, is a veteran here at FSC. She started out here in the early 709s as a Residence Director, then moved on to Director of Hous- ing and then Associate Dean before assuming her present position. lVlr. John Horrigan, Vice President of Administration and Finance, is in charge of financial matters here like the Business Office, Financial Aid and Facilities. Our newest member of the Executive Officers is Dr. Madeleine Adler who comes to us from the City University of New York. She is planning to he very act- ive in curriculum matters here at FSC. We welcome her to the team. EXEC TI EW ,,,, I ,W ,,,, 2 Dr. Paul F. Weller, President. Dr. Arthur C. Chaves, Executive Vice President. x..- 6 , S .1 .Al fi !""' i S W 124 I OFFICER 499' 'i+ -1 1,"."'Pxl 4 f Dr. Madeleine Adler, Vice President of Academic Affairs. ff rv-"Fig" Qi?-247 ' If 3 Ai l Ms. Wendy Noyes, Vice President of Student Services. Mr. ,Iohn Horrigan, Vice President of Administration and Finance. ISIS ADIVIISSIUNS l 4 in i?'wr11?,,.,, i,, -.. we I Q I A 'Q if , 5 1 If IA. V , tL-Ry Lisa IJeMaria. ,lim Gallagher, Judy Connelly, Darla Seharlaeken, Dr. Philip Dooher fDireetorj, Karen Croce, Barbara Thorne Louise Ivester, Madelyn Guzzi. PUBLIC RELATIONS VQFX, IIZ6 4'-W N ,. . Constance Afthim-Reddy. Director. REGISTRAR 4:1 ? 1 1 '-GSX, fL-R1 Dudley Marsh 1DirectorJ, Florence Harper, Mary Taintor, San Mary Sullivan. 03, -We V W . - 1 JLIBRARY 1,51 gg 4 I yr ,,,. .A IQL-RJ Mary Kimball, Jonathan Husband, Bonnie Mitchell, Sally Phillips, Alice Lindberg, Ronnie Klein. IMary Burns, Stephanie Shane, Neil Conrad, Stanley McDonald 1Directorj, Terry Smith, Sally Wellsman. FINANCIAL AID -l W' if-X ..., 0 a Harty. Louis- Ilatanzanu. Dorothy Broun. lSittingQ ll,-Ry Aggie Salvi, Dianne- Hoyle-. Kathy 'l'hre-ualgnlcl. Nnllmny Riu-ciutn lllirmfmrp, IZT STUDE T ERVICE 1 , n-Q iw- -,,..-Aw H WW Cynthia Forrest, Dean of Students. f RE IDE CE LIFE M2 i . ' V Q! :Phi nf Dm, V' 44 41 - U 537.215 fp .a -Uv'-f , j 1?-V6 ,, ,,,E. Efffii 1 " E 5 -- If-rn ' l , vp 7 , 2. WDP , ,.,, Mbzfzgg 7 ' " - ' 1?ia.wGSv:,,,,.,,, , , , in -n----n--pp ' imnm 4 5.2- : fu.. ,,. - - 3 9 f. . 3 V ,314 U15 .41 ff ' if mm ....,,,.. , -Vi., ' 9 M. gif 5 I , I , S.. . "ik, if M. . Qzlfzi? 'f2"",- 1- V- ,nf-,,w,-,,., .. A ,- :fly-, gjgf. A 4' x in M. vm: .fo f , Y rAf.1-fm ,ray 17944 va ' f Tzifiq "fi . 7? A min, . W l V ' f f ff,,,C'zw..,, 'I V xNi xxx i Carol Roe, Assistant Director of Housingjflesidence Life. P 128 L ,,, 1.Q iS "ff" x Y fy wg-.Aix 2- LQ' V Vice President Noyes raps with Cindy Santomassimo. gf, X . , f r 4 Joe Onofrietti, Dirertor of HousingfRc-sidenve Life. -in I ..4 ...Q .X-"" Cindy Baxter, Coordinator of New Student Orientation Programs. K g 1 Dennis lolsf-Ill, Etaff Assistant to He-sul:-mu' l,lfe'. l2'I STUDE TACTI ITIE i i 4 , I u X 41 V S.. .lN,jjJ:i'5 5 I ' , ,f A, fi 'YE E as . P5951 N l 5 JV Q " 1 16.1- 5 , ' - ' '-fl if.. Q tes . ,M , . . K .N. QE -if..-""x i ? 'K 49121 A ft" A as Q. Secretary Debbie Ferullo and Bookkeeper Barbara Dias. "0 J 1.-L.:LZL:......., Af fy 'P 1 3. M13 . ,manu- , ,J-I 0 , 4- Annette Hofmann. Graduate .Assistant tu Student Aetixities. 5 1 A,,,.-f,.., -.-mal - .sw ........4iK Larry Mosher. Director of College CenterfStudent Activities. Anne-Celeste Mazza, Graduate Assistant to Student Activities, E.. STUDE Tom Kvlley, Assistant Athletic Uirevtor. T ATHLETICS 1 ris Uewlo. Spnrta lnformatifm , . I,lI'l'1'lUl'. 1r7'?T1 Sg1.f-, if-'l ' V 45 TPC- xlb- , I 1 -, W-343-1-gggigwz, .4 4.2-X x.. gif'-h-XY'-f-f'l'f u , v NIZXRYN' AK' 3 I ?H- X? yy:-'5'x'1R .F , 1 1 ilitfizi 1: T -e 1 4 -x wg' 1 N 122124 1211 f f T - ' lrtfitg ,F 5 Larry Boyd. Kthlvtic' llire-1-tor. CAMPUS MINISTRY QFUEQ5. , . Nw' S' amif"" " Eng ,a gk ,,.f-. inn-nil.. ,M-MN Father John Culloty, Catholic Chaplain. CAREER PLANNING AND PLACEMENT I 4 3 WY , f I I 1 f ax f ,.-2 v X er N 1 I E fLeft-Rightj Dena Weinstein Betty Bone fDirectorj, Ellen Smith. ky i if-'12 , . '-ms f , . yr '72i:fffg'F!fI3f:a-,.. -A ' HEALTH SERVICES c' I . I' '-5221-if ,Af 'ai , ll 1 , , Jr fStanding, Left-Rightj Carol Wilson R.N.,S0nya Sears, Director. lSitting, Left-Rightj Virginia Ric-rdan R.N Cheri Kavanagh R.N. and Secretary Betty Dion. CAMPUS POLICE '51 Ufficer Rick Clark Officer Fred Kallm-h HELPING Pat Ferrari - Student Services 7-EH f . A is L3 'q:1'7 I .F ,N-vf' Carol Pike - Student Services Diane Farrell - Residence Life S F i I el V fnruf ir 4 Z X , 2 . I . :..T- Y f1"'QL l if 1 lm Dr. Beverly W'eiss - Academic Fellow 'U' X . If Bruce Buckley - Direetor of Foml Servir-es ll .lf ' , 1, fa ,f L Chris Watchmaker - Residence Life .ff 1" U1-f. ,4. 'N P . - I3 ART ,JWW BIOLOGY E Q 1 P 5 I i 4 A Q W I r V I E Kneeling fL-Ry Jennifer Hilton, Jim Eng. Standing QL-Ry Steve Durkee, John Anderson., Leah Lipton, Fred I Fiandaca, Gene Sullivan fChairpersonJ, Anthony Kurneta. O I ,..-a-1 I A Sitting fL-Ry Dr. Rene LeBlanc, Dr. Judy Klaas fChairperson1., Dr. Joseph Previte. Standing QL-RJ Dr. William Barklow, Dr. Richard Beckwitt, Dr. Chester Roskey, Philip Stanton, Dr. Willard Spence, Dr. Dana Jost, Dr. 1 Thomas Haight. i N J i L a . . QL-RJ Dr. Malwina Allen, Jean Anes, Dr. Richard Milaszewski, Dr. Thomas Eames, Dr. Larry Simonson, Dr. Carol Russell fChairpers0nJ, Dr. Kevin Whitburn, Dr. Robert Beck, Warren Colson. 'U mit. if.:-.4 ,, Ya CL-R3 Suban Krishnamoorthy, Dr. Thomas Koshy. Dr. Bc-rnic Rosman. George- Gallant. .lohn Howland. CHEMISTRY COMPUTER SCIENCE 21 IIXT szzzlziefo , ,. , w r ' U1 ,-:L :ah-za: ,. - .1 -t g " 'V Avv, 1.-3 .,v-5 ,A . Some professors have trouble keeping their students' attention hut not Dr. Chartier. lfifi ,WMM ,, ,V 13 fl ENGLISH l Q f r l I i f . 1 4 i i L Z I w BLK t 3. . . 4v-,....4 Sittinglll-Rl Marilyn Harter, Dr. Mark Seiden, Dr. Arthur Nolletti, Carolyn Toll-Oppenheim. Standing QL-RJ Dr. Bernard Horn, Dr. Elaine Beilin, Dr. Catherine McCue, Dr. Thomas Grove, Dr. George Green, Dr. jerry Natterstad, Maxine Keats, Dr. Helen Heineman lflhairpersonj, Dr. John Mahon, Nancy Nyhan, Dr. Richard Chartier. EDUCATION ' A-'------wvuuluign, l FQ' t L... 1 QL-Ry Dr. Elizabeth Mahan fflhairpersonj, Eileen Kirwin, Dr. Robert Grant, Dr. Claire Zalewski, Dr. Walter Klar, Dr. Diane Lowe, Dr. Charles Beck. 1 . 1 r ' ' PHSTORY . . ., 1 1 1525 X 2? QJZT 'ffi , -A "2-f.':2i: Sf! 3 E , .,r .J 1' wf' ,Zi--R12:,2' i' . 1 , . .... , -- vv' , -f m:',.,., ' f K S 1 - 'ff .5 .J , ' ' ' I ry ' W ' E x : 4rfx 1' IL-RJ Dr. Robert Grant, Dr. Susan Porter, Dr. Nicholas Racheotes fChairpf-rsonb. GEOGRAPHY F 2 V ' f il,-Ri Mirhavl White' fflhairpersonj, Ur. Arthur Coyc-th-, Ur. Rnlwrl llqmm-ll. XX N IIW E 1 L I X i 2351 NLE-A I A . Y A 5 - -f A , ..,, ,i ,A4 , AA., V 'C , ' ,. QL-Rl Catherine McNamara, David Trayte, Dr. ,Ioan Broadeorens, Theresa Muskopf, Patricia Plummer, Arlene Handschuch, Barbara Seullane, Dr. Charlene Hamilton fChairpers0nb, Margaret Potter. new MATHEMATICS 5 4-flkwbgr In l W tlfwfi X E if Xt A - ve 1 N l9's,Pf . K l l X 3 .., K sq- 5 1L-R Dr. Sonia Sandberg, Dr. Walter Czarnee, Dr. Ned Price, Dr. Alfred Brown 1ChairpersonJ, Dr. A Thomas Koshy, Dr. Anne Sevin, Dr. Warren Chase. 5 Dr. Lewis of the Math department. L 3 S l 1 140 Q x HOME ECONOMICS i 4 x 5 I liiiii I I 41 " .. . .,, . sv' .sw---:,.-' t . -f32i5f5',,3,U .. - ,E Qu.. - A,-13g,.."3,av' ,, A.'--?'- ..-1.-1.-'..ett'.-WL.. . '-.1--'-v . I Becky Taylor of the Home Economics department. ,gggiun-unwind MUSIC 'MIX' , if . f ww' 4' ,V ff. A r . Q-in , .Q WE Q1 fl.-Rl James Savas fflhairpersonb, Edward Melegian, Stephen Fiore, Josephine Reiter. MEDIA nu fl,-Rl Jeff Baker, Shadi Damon Hihairpersony. Ur. ,lulnes Robison, lienlie Starobin, Robert Simmons. lil v k 4 SPEECH NURSING 1. fL-R3 Dr. Dolores Torti fChairpersonJ, Steve Bolio., Dr. Susan Conrad., Mary Haley. Q IL-R7 Dr. Joan Horrigan fChairpersonJ, Dr. Jay Davis. PSYCHOLOGY' my ...N.., M ll ..,, .,,V H Y ' I yi ii I v l Front row IL-R1 Dr. Harry Julia, Dr. Beverly Weiss, Dr. Katherine Stannard, Dr. Lorraine Low, Dr. Barrie l Westerman. Back row fl,-Rl Dr. Joyce Hoffman. Dr. Douglas Bloomquist fChairpers0nJ, Dr. John Budz, Dr. Harold Kiess, Dr. Miriam Wilton. y 5 I l l l 1 I 5 PHILOSOPHY fL-RJ Dr. Robert Ramsdell fflhairpersonl, Dr. Stephen Joseph, Dr. Franklin Donnell SOCIOLOGY : fl,-Ry Ur. llarriet Miller, Ur. Wlllllillll Bugxlen. llr. lVlZll'l'l'II4' Nlurroux Hlllairpf-rmnl. ll. vyyuu I -:HQ Dr. Martinez of the Modern Language department. Dr. Art Doyle, Chair of the Physics department. s 5 X- I ' ' , , . is ff' ' 3 if a x v ..,-. . . , Dr. John Murray of the Physics department. 'L v F"- 144 y i li' Pat Luoto and Suzanne Neubauer of the Home Economics clepartxnenl. we-QQ -r Q9 O0 'NS 1 H N, '4 ,Hi ...4.. . I . -- ls f, rs EQ F kvtefx 1' Rivlmnl Sign:-N nf ilu' Wmlrrn Idlllplllilgll' alrpurll 1? .. X N H4 + A -A... 4.0 ,. 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Stephen Gihhons William Gingras Richard Ciovangelo MaryAnng Goddard Biology Computer Science Food Seienee Consumer St Family Studies 36 Stewart Goff Carl Gooch Psychology Media Communications Philip Goodwin Susan Gould Psychology Food Si NutritionfDietetics ? 4 2,6 - ' ff. si 'V T f L gf Qif ,.. 1 'I ' 1, E Lisa Graceffa Media Communications Valerie Anne Grosso Biology Margaret Halloran Sociology Sheila Hannon Fooil Si Nutrition Cheryl Gravel Clothing 81 Textile James Guerin Economies Ninetta Hamawi Computer Seienve M if -' .ii 0- 'vs 'L ,. 6, N 'llllyllia llzirris-Swellaon l"oml K Nutrition Kelly Gray lliomeilival Sc'iem'e- Lisa Gwiazxla Art Donna llainilton l'llc-inentury lfiluvution llvlli llc-ulx l'.l'llllHllIll'N 'a william Griffin Biology Ke-llf-y llagspit-I llsyvliology Sh-plus-n llaunpe- l,5, Vlllllibgl, Nlurw ,lzinr lla-ole-y. lillbllllllll X le-xlilu' IST F f- -Sb Theresa Henry Doreen Hensel June Hinds Joseph Hodgkins ' Food 8: Nutrition Politics Early Childhood Education Economics 1' Rebcka Hoffmon Catherine Hoft Harriet Holaday Sharon Holm Food Sz NutritionfCUP English Elementary Education Elementary Education Christopher Horlrlit Diana Houlihan Lisa Howard Mary Howe English Food 81 Nutrition Clothing 81 Textiles Biomedical Science Eg l'amc-la Hunan llunt llc-lborah Hyland Mary lnsani Erica Jacolly 1 llsycliology Biomedical S1'lf'll1'Q" Early Childhood Education Geography l t 13a l Z -uns 1 . -J: X I I' 1" ff' M' r - L H ,. 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F, w w .JA A Martha Lessard Early Childhood Education Jennifer Long Food K NutritionfCUP .loan liowhrielge Clothing 81 Textiles David Maellonald Eeonomies Kimberly Lester Dean Lewis Sociology Economics Kellie Long Karen Lougee Elementary Education Elementary Education Marie Lucaeio Lorraine Lueier Fashion Merehandising Clothing S Textiles Kevin Nlaellonald Heidi MaeEwen Biolovy Economies F' r N ff' rw, -nubi- Q if KHHO 19' If lffin AR., M F Patricia lVlcGrail Ric-liarcl McGrath l'it'0IHblllll'SfBllSlIl9SS Econoinics 2 AH' Timothy M1-Hale Kim Mr-Keon lieniimiiicsfliusiness F4'm4lfN utritiun x l I If I, an A l luire .Kim ivlfliilllglllllll ,lolin Mt'Naiiizii'a lll Ste-Ven ills-gee Elizabeth Anne Merolli Fuml K Nutrition l'I1-umnnim-sfFiiiance Ecuiioiiiics Biomedical Science P lxutlili-en Nlilew ,lnluinngi Milli-r Cliristopller Mingace Anna-Marie Nlitcliell Fw-iicli Suviulugy lfcmmiiiics Consuniei' Sz Family Study 1 i fn, .mf 5:9 -1 v Q 4. Q I ff 'V N ,' ' m ' li 'Zi . Q 'l' , ,, 1 llkx.-'L f .lu x, .f .mi ll'V:'1W'x2l' A Joel l'ie'kar0zyk . Political Scienm- Naomi Pierce' Binlngy Marie' l'lunlu-tt She-ri Pulau! De-lrra llulny Bioflil1c'l1iiatry Nl:-flia IImnniunivutinns liionu-clivzil S4-ie-in-v w lfflmzirfl l'mu'r lisa l'rie--I Num-Nluriv l'rmu-l l'l4'ul1nlni1w l'Nyc'lmlugy limi-uim-V X l'iillllllX Ftmlx Scott Pivkarczy lx lfcniioiiiivs winifre-cl Pisurz l'l004lfN llrillnll i ' ' 2 ? ' ' l l 45. l Fi H xxllllillll Pulau l'il'lillUlIlll'N l'l'.llllx lllllll I'-ii-li..I.wx lin Irene lf. Purdy Amy M. Pursell RoselVlary Pye Liz Quill Food and Nutritionfl1UlJ Clothing S Textiles Eeonomics Art A Yi 'U 1 Maryglo Ramlell ,loan Rapley Joanne Redmond Cheryl S. Reed Consumer 81 Family Study Sociology Early lllllllllliillll liflucation Computer Seience M W-sa. 'bt Mary Reiehle Paula Renzi El'0ll0IIlll'S Art I ws Z., If 1 'wa 1,3 l ,Xnthony Rieko Robert Riley l'lt'0ll0Illll'S Economics 119 ja 1:9 -rg, 4,v'L,-lb 'Eff-v Al ,E wx A' msg J -xt K?- X 3. 1 , 6, -4 w Xf 1...- rw I Qu Robert Savage Maurice Savoic Richard Scali Kathleen Scanlon Psychology Computer Scicncc Economics Psychology Kelley Scala Maria Sccppa Nicolctta Sccppa Eliot Schicklcr Early Childhood Education Fashion Merchandise Fashion Mcrchandisc History Wt'Il1ly Schnurr Richard Schrcincr Jacqueline Scwall Roscwlary Sharry Food and NutritionfCUP History Clothing 81 Tcxtilcs English Dy A 5 'ws 14, liilwanl Shclilon Suzannc Sllt'l'lIlLlll Suzy Shcrman PI'Z6lllySl8W Skoskicwicz H1-ononiie-5 Economics Politics Computer Scicncc l'l N A-ng A X X A, -3 I . ici xy T 1 D Q X 2'ff'.' ' 'Bl n.. 'yan - v 'H 4.31 - Wh-H .D ,lane Tauronr Ann Tautkub Sharon Teehan Food 81 Nlltritiollflliete-ti1's Pwchologv Economlcs David Thompson Rohm Thrower Deborah Tlmoney Geography Elt'lIlt'Iltdl'W hducatlon English Robin Torppu l":1'0ll0lllil'S Ulu-ryl Towle- fQ1'lll'l'ill Biology sf' f F 'C' fit wk wa! ' T!- ,X f . A , , 1 ' l . Ax" Awe" ,4 -' n Q ' .l . rf .,' -V f ' ,af 3-' ' it - ' -.ul-1 k 3, ' ' if-3" V i A ' - 'X ,Aa I -:'. 4: -E ' Robin Tribe-r Regina Trieea Biology lfnglish Nancy Tuoliy ,loan Turnberg Psyclmlugy Medical 'll?l'llIl0lUgf Nlarlx Y uvlmn Lim Y ulwy liimiieulirul S1'lt'lll't' lfngliali l.ynn N ivrru llillllil ll nil:- nul S Nutrition llivh-tie-N lfurly llllilillmml lielnvulif Sherri L. Trineia Delmrali Triner Ge-ograpl1yfBusiness liermuniies ,Xle-he 'llurner Phylli, x'ilI'1'il lsflllllflxllllillhllfllllll llllllhlllllvl' K lizunily Stucly Sll'lDllillllt' xf'lN'lU llium' lvnini Sorinlugy lfurly llliihllmml l'l1llIl'2lllnll l,allu'e-n NX nil-m.m llnxnl XN.1lIn'ulg4' Fm--I 5l'l4'll4'l' Nl:-ill.:1iinnnlunu-.nlnm- lfli y , ,1 1 i fl 00 1-In-I ' Z' ' rv Lat l'f'PIl i 1'- 5- FRAMINGHAM STATE COLLEGE SENIOR WEEK '87 KXAQ, .. 33137. "XX 'NY -'99 f 1 Tw ' -'T' N 5 fZ!fNmTR5s X ,y V X N, ff I K x a Y X 1 ' ' Sunday May 17 COMEDY NIGHT Pub 9 V 1 am Full Bar S2 Monday May 18 A FAIEWELL T0 FSC Coltege Center 2 - A Free WHO'S Ol FIRST Kenmore Square, Boston S5 Bus leaves 8 p rn f Returns 2 a m Tuesday May 19 GLEN ELLEN COUNTRY CLUB softbnll, volloyball, tonnla, ping-pong, lar-I-Quo, shullloboard, mlnlnturo ge:l5D.J., awlmmlng pool, 1 HOYICIHOOI Bus leaves 10 a m Returns 6 p m flrckels on sale only untrl May 721 lfb ' T Q 5. wednesday May N COHIINCIIINT IIHIARSAL IMANUA TORVQ Omghl Hall 9 lm BOSTON HARBOUR CRUD! Bus leans 6.13 felurn 12 mud S15 Yhursday May 21 COUIEIICEIIIT IALL mm 'Donn hit" Crowne Plan Hotel 7 p m 8211161163 on sale until May 181 Fnday May H HAWAIIAN MIGHT wrfh dl lynn SnackbulPub 9 - 1 Lrn, Full Bu. Servo' Shoe Show. L3 S-lluldly Ally 23 SENIOR-FAIRY Dlllll OAICI Cocklubs 6 - Dnna 7 Idler Ill: Show 1909! Caldona A Forum S10 Sunday Ally 24 ICUIDIICAL SIIVDCI Forum 91Dam COIIIHCIIII1' IRUICH kSIX'1lCd'21Ofll QCD - 1233 S6 50 lchampagrve snub COIIIICIIIH1' vuuqe Gram. FIIITIHQIHN 2 pm, Fbamlon Io follow Commencement AI HI Colhgo Confd IQ Room in d 'I1 Presadsnl 1 Gmdy Snnlomasuno V Prtsxbnl ' Amy alll Socmlnry V Ann uwranoe TIQISLIYFI Y Yncsa Mcfuaol Euculrve Board' Rgtaeh 8-doom. Fbch Caruso, uma wer, Jeuvn Gmupalu, Nancy Gaudstw. Km Lnqerquasl, Fvanl Newton. Duane Rornanowslu Amvsor ' Chris Walchmakov Yield! lvllil I C.C hh XOR. 1 7 Q -W- This year's lnvestiture was held on Sunday, Octoben 5th, 1986 in Dwight Hall Auditorium. Investiture is the! first time the graduating class wear their academic SE I robes as a class. Families and friends gathered to hear Senior Class President Cindy Santo- massimo frightj, in a speech to her class- mates, advised them to make the most of their Senior year and to make the most of their education upon graduation. Below are excerpts of her speech: '6This is an important day in our lives. Today, as we don our academic robes for the first time, we truly have a sense of the change that has been slowly taking place in our lives since we first entered the world of higher education. 6'Yes, we have changed, we have been transformed. But we must not lose our perspective in our grand evaluation of ourselves as educated persons. Because while we have changed, we are still no better, no worse than anyone else. Our education has not brought us perfection. It will not create utopia for us. We will make many mistakes, we will stumble, we will fall. And our learning and our edu- cation will never cease. It will go on end- lessly. But, hopefully, we will learn to make the most of every error by learning from our mistakes, and, what is even more important, to share what we have learned with others. M. . . We all have much to share, some of us in a big, grand fashion. But most of us will share our knowledge with others in the small tasks of daily living and pursuing our life's goals. How we share, and how we make our contribution is not important. Our task is that we do share, that we reach out our hands and our hearts to others and try to bring them along with us as we climb our personal ladders to success. This is the key. That is the most important lesson we could possibly remember from our college edu- cation. People are not stepping stones to our success. They are not to be pushed aside. They are to travel along with us, sharing our experiences and being in- terdependent on each other. None of us 178 words of praise and advice from President Weller and other administrators, as well as from keynote speaker John. Kenneth Galbraith. can make it alone. It doesn't have to be lonely at the top. Q'Yes, we are on the final turn on our road to becoming educated men and women. Let us enjoy this, our senior year of college. Let us bask in the light of our accomplishments and our mastery of the challenge of a college education. And let us always remain humble and know that while we have indeed accomplished a great deal, it is noth- ing compared to what lies ahead of each and every one of us. Because what lies ahead is life. And that is the greatest challenge of all." mimi 1 w 1 Q' ,,i Sv 5 J 5 rr- 'FX T.,, I , 4 fy I '55 fs fr 'Q' 'J - 'W 4 h X1 K: g . , ggi! "Nl-n::4:,:" X 4 1 .fn 11, f' :P rn' wi ,P Q! 'N Af. 4 ' . vm' QI '. i ' 9 U 5 , E J 1 r li' 'Q l + 1,11 ?f ' f ' Sw." . . 1 , A N1 . ' ! s .y. I 4 X. I Q kj-1 x' J 3 4 f.: . , ,,.-r' . . 1.,,, "-it Jw.. "'+s:w..f 3. .4 Sz.: .gf- ffg fi? . fav J' 3.-,na Q ,,,:,1 3 - .fa --T9 Y .L 7 if' . qv ,ffm 'X' . Clfwf 437' f?'f':7 11 . , ' 1 1 - wp h ' ' w -f-. f f 4 daDI', W ll 1 4 , AX EEA M4 X 'r l f fx 5 1 7'-IM 1 , f'- Qi-F NT Q ' P , " Ju f gg AQ V 4 xx I A :V E " 'E ,, .5 4 2 I f ,QP i 4'.ii-" I , Q, -.1 l x M ,r H ,fu,,,,, Q' , ww. dc, ' 11-t. , 'fggfff H, . x 5, A N rl ,, x VIN S fi-Q fy Q 1. um! SJ" Ili CLE ELLE Tuesday, FSC seniors invaded Glen Ellen Country Club in Millis, Mass. The seniors spent the day showing off their expertise in volleyball, shuffleboard, horse- shoes, tennis, miniature golf, softball and suntanning. Hey! No holding hands during a volleyball game, especially over the net Two of FSC's pro tennis players: John Braden and Lance Warren. Ace shortstop Eliot "The Schick" Schickler. 184 t H RBOR CRUISE Senior Week went back to Boston on Wednesday night for a cruise around Boston Harbor. Nearly 450 FSC seniors and their guests piled onto the Frederick t L. Nolan Jr. for a night of off shore drinking and danc- ring. V i I w i i i V E Lisa, Alison and Amy 1 w-iv P. in -,, I "'x., nw -.mw ,x'-.v Mwvlwwdnlt Commencement rehearsal that morning in Dwight Auditorium started a little too early for some. 'swf sg xkfflfbf Bfllill ZLUB D1 t New and old graduates iw-ilrliti-al: ,loan . lrf-nv :mil Polly. Cf' T - v N -V 'J Y . I . I 1 J , L3 4" - - we , IHS ,Q Y E IOR-FAMILY DINNER DANCE The title of this event, which was held Saturday night, was changed from "Senior-Parent Dinner Dance" to encourage seniors to bring any family members they chose. Live music was provided for after- dinner dancing by Late Night. Mark MacDonald and family Steve Hampe and family David Thompson and fanuly Rich Caruso's brother and sister The Purdy Clan 188 F w i N . 4' W 4, gil! ,. sw I - -'4 " ww- wink, 7 's ,,f' - HJ my 'V 4.2635 9.51 M 1 . V 'fy - x .,-, L .r- 4' I sq-4'. If 1? . THE CELEBRATION BEGINS '3- 92 y Va, 43' Mi: xi. ' 011124114 Zlll 3, 2524 dr x ,FIR-y 2 "kg-... 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'WPI -Q? ..I R 1 V X PAT DIAL 8 Editor-in-Chief: Rick Buckingham Photo Editor: Beth ,Iacavanco Business Editor: Cindy Santomassimo Layout Editor: Amy Pursell Student Life Editors: Mary Leite and Frank Newton Clubs and Organizations Editors: Tom Perry and Dan Ward Sports Editors: Kim McKeon and Sharron Senter Faculty and Administration Editor: Anna Perri Senior Editor: Irene Purdy Advisor: Anne-Celeste Mazza Staff: Helen Caterina Julie Kiley Patrick McBride Anne Marie Mitchell Ellie Swift From the Editor Ever since the day I accepted the position of Editor-in-Chief of the '87 DIAL I have dreaded the thought of writing this: for no other reason than that I hate writing. I have put it off as long as possible, but with the final deadline less than I2 hours away I have resigned myself to the task and taken pen in hand. I considered just not writing anything, but decided that I had to write some- thing, if only for one reason: to give credit to the staff. They are pictured on the previous two pages and listed again on this page, but for some that is not enough, for these people have sacrificed their time all year to produce this hook. Patrick and Helen appeared out of nowhere to give the book its artsy look. Patrick did a great job on the cover, Helen did wonders with the staffpages, and they amazed us all with the division pages. Beth managed somehow to organize all the pictures, negatives, and photo equipment and keep them that way all year. I know she'll do a great job next year as Editor. Ilanis sense of humor kept our spirits up during those day-long layout sessions. He was right there until the very end helping out in lfflfr any way he could. He has a great future ahead of him in creative layout designs. Anna got her section done in record time which enabled us to make our first deadline. Irene spent the first few weeks of her vacation making sure that the Senior section got done. The quality of that entire section shows the amount of work that went into it. Yearbook Associates representative Norm Benrimo was always there whenever we needed him. Never let it be said that The Great Benrimo ever let anyone down. And last, but not least, special thanks to Frank, Mary, and Amy. They were always there for me, in and out of the office, and are probably the only thing that kept me from going crazy. They had the hardest job of all because I was often not the easiest person to get along with, but they stood by me. Witliout them I don't think the end of this book would have ever been in sight. Well, that's it. I shall ramble no more. One last "Thanks" to everyone who worked on this book. I hope you like it. Illllx lllll Ind ell ind llc llll P TRO Erik J Attalmosollny Mr and Mrs. Arthur lu. Ralbera Eileen Barrera Ml and Ml Wllllaln S Bonnyman Maureen Cappadona, The C arubo Pamllv Nlkltd IXI'd'1Il0pl0ld Letaruk Walter Ixrablluplora Cetaruk. 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