University of Bridgeport - Wistarian Yearbook (Bridgeport, CT)
- Class of 1988
Page 1 of 32
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Text from Pages 1 - 32 of the 1988 volume:
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U IVERSITY OF BRIDGEPORT
Sophomore Class President's message to new students
Welcome to the University of Bridgeport which will be
your home away from home for the next four years. As
a freshman or a transfer student there are still many
questions about college life at U.B. that have not been
answered. There is no better way to have these questions
answered than to become involved in the U.B.
There are numerous groups and organizations for you
to participate in which will help your transition to the
University life. Whether your interests lie in decorating
for an upcoming dance or running for Class President,
U.B. offers the opportunity to get involved. They need
your support and enthusiasm to make this a great and
fun filled year.
To help you adjust to your new social and academic
life there are services provided by the friendly staff and
counselors which you should not hesitate to take
advantage of. The friendships you make will help you
grow and mature as an individual, but, also remember
that you will discover an unlimited supply of talents and
capabilities that you never thought existed. This campus
offers everything you need for your own personal
development except determination, which you already
possess. The U.B. family welcomes the class of 1991
with friendly smiles and a willingness to help. l hope this
year will be filled with new and exciting challenges which
will become conquered obstacles.
Have fun and enjoy!
On behalf of the Student Services Staff, l welcome you to the University. ln offering the New Student Record to you,
ie Sophomore Class is undertaking a project which you will have the honor of continuing next year.
Beginning your studies at a private institution is a privilege and an exciting opportunity. For many, the first year is a
ifficult time of adjustment, but well worth the effort put into it. The Division of Student Services, from the Admission's
nd Financial Aid offices to the Residence Hall Staff, from the Recreation Center personnel to the Career Services and
ounseling Centers, stand ready to offer you encouragement, assistance, and information as you begin the year.
Our expectations for your academic and personal achievements are high. Strong, active and thoughtful students have
receded you. I am pleased that you will number among them next year.
Jacqueline D. Benamati, Ph.D.
Vice President of Student Services
All University Core Curriculum
As you know all freshmen in the entering 1987 class
d all transfers will be required to meet the requirements
the All-University Core Curriculum. In many cases your
ajor will determine some of the specific courses within the
are that you will be taking. Students in two year pro-
ams and the Bachelor of Elective Studies, for example,
ll have requirements that are modified accordingly.
lwhat is Core Curriculum? Education means much
ore than acquiring skills and knowledge in one major field
study. The education man and woman possess a breadth
understanding and appreciation of the world around
Skills Section of the Core Curriculum Requirements:
English 100 or 101
and English 102 Q6 hoursl'
or English 103 only fif sufficient competency is estab-
lishedl i3 hoursl
Communications 101 or 110
or a Foreign Language course at level of competency lin-
Quantitative Skills-Requires passing a standardized
mathematics competency exam at the intermediate high
school algebra level. Math 105 is recommended as prep-
them that permits them to experience that world more
fully. The faculty at the University of Bridgeport has
designated a sequence of courses that will lead all students,
whatever their majors, to that understanding. Without con-
centrated exposure to a variety of disciplines and perspec-
tives on life, we can be quite content that our experience to
date is enough.
An outline of the Core courses, some of which you
should fit into your freshman year course schedule is listed
below. The All University Core Curriculum will give a mark
of distinction to your education.
Learning Research Skills C1 hourl
II. Sophomore-Junior Year
Heritage Courses-Courses outside your major
designated by the University as "Core Courses" falling
into these areas:
Social Sciences C6 hoursl
Natural Sciences Q6 hoursl
Humanities 16 hoursl
Fine Arts Q3 hoursl
Ill. Senior Year
University Capstone Seminar-A three hour seminar on
a topic of broad intellectual interest that serves to inte-
grate both Core courses and courses in your major.
'The term "hours" refers to credits given for the course. Most three credit
courses meet for three hours a week, two credit courses for two hours and
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SERVING THE CAMPUS A D THE CGMMUNITY
ABOVE: Students contribute to making the annual fashion
show a big success.
BELOW: Students and faculty come together to partici-
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FOOD FOR THOUGHT
The only way to have a friend is to be one.-Emerson.
Every human being has a work to carry on within, duties to perform abroad, influences to exert,
which are peculiarly his, and which no conscience but his own can teach.-Channing
"Know thyself" means this, that you get acquainted with what you know, and what you can do
A smile is the whisper of a laugh.-Child's Definition.
To have freedom is only to have that which is absolutely necessary to enable us to be what we ought
to be, and to possess what we ought to possess.-Rahel.
To err is humang to forgive, divine.-Pope.
Ideas in the mind are the transcript of the worldg words are the transcript of ideasg and writing and
printing are the transcript of words.-Addison. ,
Ambition is the spur that makes man struggle with destiny. lt is heaven's own incentive to make H'
purpose great and achievement greater.-Donald G. Mitchell.
Education is the apprenticeship of life.-Willmott.
As dreams are the fancies of those that sleep, so fancies are but the dreams of those awake.
One that desires to excel should endeavor it in those things that are in themselves most excellent.
There are three classes of people in the world. The first learn from their own experience-these are V
wiseg the second learn from the experience of others-these are the happyg the third neither learn
from their own experience nor the experience of others-these are fools.-Anonymous.
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Manhasset Hills, NY
Ft. Myers, FL
Jazz, Scuba Diving
Music, Student Gov't.
New Hartford, CT
Emerson Jr.fSr. High
Watkinson Prep. School
Guitar, Photography Business
MARY ELLEN BONWILL
North Branford, CT North Branford H.S.
Cheerleading, Student Gov't. Mass Communications
Farmingdale, NY Farmingdale H,S.
Basketball, Horses Business
Niantic, CT East Lyme H.S.
Dancing, Horses Pre-Med
, , Weston, CT Weston H.S.
Bowling, Music Psychology
ANN MARIE BRELSFORD
Bridgeport, CT Bassick H.S.
Dancing, Music Business
Upper Montclair, NJ Bloomfield H.S.
Drama, Tennis Undecided
Somers, NY Somers H.S.
Cheerleading, Drama Pre-Law
Harrington Park, NJ Northern Valley-Old Tappan
Dancing, Music Fashion
Brockton, MA Notre Dame Academy
Bicycling, Choir Engineering
Oxonhill, MD Massanutten Military Academy
Basketball, Football Business
Trumbull, CT St. Joseph's H.S.
Art, Volleyball Fine Arts
Bridgeport, CT Notre Dame Catholic
Animals, Music Business
Englewood Cliffs, NJ
JAMES DE CRAY
New York, NY
Newton Centre, MA
Upper Montclair, NJ
Central Islip, NY
Cold Spring, NY
J.P. Stevens H.S.
Dwight Morrow H.S.
North Warren Regional H.S.
Notre Dame H.S.
Bishop Stang H.S.
Cherry Creek H.S.
Mt. Ararat H,S.
Haverford Senior High
Newton North H.S.
Haldane Central School
Ice Hockey, Racquetball
East Rockaway, NY
River Vale, NJ
Notre Dame Catholic H.S.
Fitch Senior H.S.
Central H .S.
Cinnaminson H .S.
Newburgh Free Academy
Colonie Central H.S.
Pascack Valley H.S.
Paul VI Regional H.S.
Forest Hills, NY
Forest Hills H,S.
West Essex Senior High
August Martin High
Basketball, Bicycling Business
Bridgeton, NJ Cumberland Regional
Soccer, Volleyball Business
KECIA ANN JERRELL
Media, PA Penncrest H.S.
Student Gov't., Cross Country Skiing Liberal Arts
Blue Point, NY
Old Bethpage, NY
Ballston Lake, NY
Great Neck, NY
Spring Valley, NY
New Haven, CT
New York, NY
Staten Island, NY
Clifton Park, NY
Bayport-Blue Point H.S.
Pikesville Senior High
South Shore H.S.
Great Neck North H.S.
Silver Lake Regional
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New York City, NY
LISA MC CASKILL
KRISTIN MC KAY
KATHY MC KEON
Jackson Heights, NY
Wachusett Regional H.S.
St. Josephls H.S,
St. Joseph's H.S.
Kolbe Cathedral H.S.
Housatonic Valley Regional
St. Agnes Academic H.S.
Frank Scott Bunnell
Berkeley Heights, NJ Governor Livingston Regional
Randolph, NJ Gill-St. Bernard's
Tennis, Golf RetailingfFashion Merchandising
New York, NY Cardinal Spellman
Baseball, Bowling Psychology
King of Prussia, PA Upper Merion
Softball, Swimming Education
New York, NY Fork Union Military Academy
Racquetball, Football Business
Hawthorne, NJ Hawthorne H.S.
Computers, Reading Fashion MerchandisingfRetailing
Trevose, PA Bensalem
People, Languages Pre-Med
West Chester, PA Tatnall School
Art, Bowling Photography
Sharon, MA Sharon H.S.
Basketball, Fishing Undecided
Taipei American School
New York City, NY
School of Applied Arts
New Haven, CT
North Brunswick, NJ
Soccer, Water Skiing
Old Bethpage, NY
KIMBERLY ANN SCI-IMITT
Central Magnet H.S,
The Collegiate School
Visual Arts f Philosophy
Joseph A. Foran
North Brunswick Twp. H.S.
Dwight Morrow H.S.
John F. Kennedy H.S.
Mansfield Senior High
River Edge, NJ River Dell
Art, Dancing Fine Arts
Parsippany, NJ Parsippany H.S.
Art, Tennis Pre-Law
Langhorne, PA Neshaminy H.S.
Dancing, Gymnastics Undecided
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Cheerleading, Student Gov't.
North Woodmere, NY
ROSE ANN SNURKOWSKI
The Kent School
Freehold Township H.S.
Mater Dei H.S.
Carlisle Senior High
Saco, ME Thornton Academy
Art, Golf Industrial Design
Levittown, NY General Douglas MacArthur
Cheerleading, People Dental Hygiene
Franklin Lakes, NJ Ramapo
Art, Student Gov't.
Lafayette Hill, PA
Felton, DE Lake Forest H.S.
Animals, Drama Pre-Law
Cinnaminson, NJ Cinnaminson H.S.
Bicycling, Music Communications
Marlboro, NJ Marlboro H.S,
Dancing, Horses Humanities
Edison, NJ The Wardlaw-Hartridge School
Animals, Cheerleading Merchandising
Huntington Woods, MI Darrow School
Cheerleading, Dancing Retailing
Morris Plains, NJ
Roslyn Heights, NY
Academy of St. Elizabeth
Notre Dame Catholic
Cherry Hill, NJ
South Plainfield, NJ
Plymouth Area H.S.
Central Magnet H.S.
Douglas S. Freeman
Cherry Hill H.S. West
Saint Joseph's H.S.
South Plainfield H.S.
SOME OTHER EW STUDENTS
Forest Hills, NY
KRYSTYNA DZIEZYK Bridgeport, CT
MELISSA HAMBERG Melrose Park, P
Photography, Tennis Fashion Merchandisig
LYNNE ABRAMS West Haven, CT JENNIFER EISEN White Plains, NY MAUREEN INTEMANN Norwalk, C
Art, Dancing Fashion Merchandising Cheerleading, Dancing Humanities Photography, Running Dentail Hygiel
JIM ANDREWS Milford, CT AL FARAGALLI Marlton, NJ SHARI JUME Lakewood, T
Baseball, Basketball Engineering Bicycling, Skiing Architecture Skiing, Swimming Libgfal Ai
JULIE MARIE AVELLINO Monroe, CT SCOTT FELDHERR Seaford, NY MARK KUCHAR East Brunswick, P
Animals, People Visual ArtsfGraphics Baseball, Basketball Business Skiing, Tennis Undecids
JERRY BRANDINO Milford, CT PATRICIA FILSHIE Huntington, NY BOBBI-ANN LEVICIE Plainfield, I'
Art, Guitar Fine Arts Skiing, Swimming Fashion Merchandising Dancing, Lacrosse Merchandisii
FELICE BRODY Marlboro, NJ SHANA FRASHUER Stratford, CT JOSH LEWIS Montclair, 1'
Cheerleading, Student Gov't. Undecided Cheerleading, Dancing Fashion Merchandising Music, Cars Liberal Ar
TARA CHARNOW Brooklyn, NY ANDREW GARTNER Chadds Ford, PA STEPHEN MANSFIELD Stamford, C
Animals, Film Cinema 8: T.V. Chess, Rugby Business Art, Camping Liberal ArtsfMus
LY CHHOEUN Bridgeport, CT DAVID GAVIN Norwell, MA TERRI MAROLLA Mahopac, N
Cheerleading, Dancing Humanities Animals, Basketball Psychology Swimming, Travel Humanitit
DANIEL COSTELLO Dobbs Ferry, NY ERNEST GEORGE South Norwalk, CT JULIE MATHISON Columbia, S
Basketball Business Chess, Hiking Engineering Gymnastics, Skiing Sciem
JOSE CRESPI Bay Shore, NY RONALD GIGLIO Berkeley Heights, NJ KRISTEN MC WILLIAMS Shrewsbury, M
Skiing, Soccer Political Science Bowling, Racquetball Business Skiing, Swimming Fashion Merchandisit
ROSS DE LIBRO Shelton, CT KIMBERLY GOLDBERG West Caldwell, NJ KAREN MEALIA Milford, C
Art, Music Visual Arts Photography, Water Skiing Business Dental Hygiei
GENE DZIEZYK Bridgeport, CT STEVE GULLIFER Pelham, NH TRICIA MEEHAN Nashua, N
Baseball Business Baseball, Basketball Psychology Animals, Cheerleading Political Scienm
EFFREY MOOMJIAN ireiifieid, CT MICHELE PIZZO Ridgefield, CT SAM SHEHU Southbury, CT
iaseball, Bowling Business Animals, Sculpture Dental Hygiene Racquetball, Wrestling Finance f Banking
EUSSA MULLER Bridgeport, CT CHRIS RIES Bridgeport, CT JOHN SUMM Trumbull, CT
rn, publications Jonineiisin Skiing, Plants Political Science Hunting, Lacrosse Business
PURVA PATEL Oakiand, NJ KAREN ROBINSON West Orange, NJ MARK TIROTTA Wheatley Heights, NY
tiusie, Reading Business People, Skiing Business Baseball, Swimming Engineering
QOUG PENNEY Manenesiei., Ni-i JIM RYAN Greenlawn, NY VIVIAN VASQUEZ Bridgeport, CT
iasketbaiiy pniiiies Computer Science Golf, Skiing Architecture Art, Crafts Interior Design
AMQN PERM-1-A providence, RI COCO SALLEE Cleveland Heights, OH
fit, Music Fine Aiis Art, Softball Fine Arts
EARIA PILARINOS Bridgeport, CT HOPE SEGAL Holmdeli NJ
ein, people Libeiai Arts Cheerleading, Skiing Liberal Arts
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