University of Massachusetts Boston - Beacon Yearbook (Boston, MA)

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' 1 ffx- aww?" -f use A ' is Q.:-1 .1 334' 1 ' 4g3f1'ff ,. A-1, fd !'-Fr ' , s" bg A' 1 f 5.j.21..'. N., ' :JJ V .. If , 1 ,,o1'.5' ' . mf x Q Air A, 72 Nix, -if H If ff' f'-'E' 41. I 'I' .. 'r ..,- v r' ' ,.. , ,A 5 xa ,Q s "' .'4,6 I . !. ff: qw. 5 .0 Q,-gmnmm ,.-. L, , L- ,Ni 'fm f -- CALLING OCCUPAN T OF THE MULTI- CAMPUS CONNECTION' UMASS PRESIDENT DR. KNAPP: One of the things that impresses me about this place or depresses me about it is I donlt see a place where there is an opportunity for social life or aggregation of students. THE PUB? Anything that can create a sense of student life or places where people can come together is a positive feature. It all depends upon how people behave and react to the Pub. I've been in a lot of pubs in my life in a lot of countries and you get all sorts of behavioral patterns. That's all up to the people who use it. I've started out in the program of trying to get to each campus for a certain amount of time each month. I find it very, very difficult to do so. I would like to be in a position where I'd have the opportunity to get to see students regularly. AN INVITATION? If I can find time, I don't mind a party. I would like to see several things happen out here on Columbia Point once the Kennedy Library is finished. As I understand it, there are no places to eat on Columbia Point. There's really no sense of the things that make a neighborhood. I hope that the city will get to work on the housing problem. A Fine Arts-Student Complex is on hold for the Harbor Campus. I have grave doubts we are going to get the money for it. MAINTENANCE COSTS? You're always faced with a choice when you ask for money for buildings. You're saying that that's more important than something else. One of the reasons maintenance problems always arise is that the tendency is to say, put your money into academic programs rather than to the maintenance of buildings. You reach your point, however, when the maintenance of buildings detracts from the academic program. That sets the stage for some of the things I see here. The MBM scandal really has nothing to do with the university, per se. EXPLAIN PLEASE! It does create an image problem. That's what it creates. It conveys that there's something at the University of Mass. at Boston which is not our responsibility and that's where it creates the problem. I think that's far more a preoccupation with people here, than it is with people out there. The wide world doesn't know about that. The wide world which we want to attract people with leadership to the campus doesn't know that it's a major problem. They know a lot of other things about Massachusetts, but they donlt know about that specifically. I get disturbed when I hear people talk about the geographical isolation of this area, we're not that far from Downtown Boston. There's a mental isolation that goes with Columbia Point. COMMUT- ER SCHOOL BLUES? What we've got to be sure of is more often or not if we have the qualities that attract the students. We could stay out here like a dinosaur on this point and exist with buildings and faculty and have nobody interested in coming to us. What we've really got to examine is have we got the academic programs that attract students and serve the needs of students? I don't think we do. I talked to one girl over here. She said she had talked with her parents about coming to UMass Boston because the cost was inexpensive for two years and then she was going to go to a 'goodl school. And then she got here and she found out she was IN a good school. That message has got to get out to an awful lot of people as they're coming through high school and their parents. THE MESSAGE? There is something out here that is exciting and worth coming for. One of the important things about this place is there aren't too many people who are going to look after you, as I perceive it. 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A kindled spark is being nurtured by a new core of students that in turn nurtures the sluggish faculty morale. The feed- back is one of realization that the faculty generally DOES care about creating a healthy academic atmosphere for the students. Building a future for UMass f Boston can be a discourag- ing task in the wake of politicians who would just as soon see us bulldozed into an insignificant community college, all for the sake of reducing state expenditures. Just how far can spending be cut back when Mass. is already the 48th lowest state on spending money for higher education? We will not be defeated! This point we are making - UMass- Boston is a power in the darkness. But a power all the same! UMass f Boston emanates a sense of realism. It isn't starkness. It's an earthy, realistic atmosphere. The body of our university is composed of people already involved in the outside world. We are working students, returning stu- dents, and determined students. We are already a part of the "real" world. Most of our hours of most of our days are spent off the campus. For the relatively few hours we are a part of the UMassf Boston world, we make sure it is an important part. We bring the outside world with us to classes. All the experience is collected at UMass and uti lized to give one a well-rounded college education. UMass f Boston is a melting pot of Boston's most unique people The professors come from BC, Harvard, and Princeton, to name but a few. Not only do we sit in lectures and absorb Ivy League ideas and theories, but we take those concepts directly out into the world. Normally, a college takes four years before it sends its graduates out to apply the accumu lated knowledge. UMass f Boston sends its students out each and every day. We don't wait four years, we shape the world NOW! q- ... f , K 1, f5,z3.,,.iv.f ' , . 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' UBLV Asfws-Qefgfgfmn vfwfaeuu if Q21 WQWLUULVU wlumofqgwgegf may i Heffe'-Ed "'.r"E" .rid ,f--1--f ,"-f,-"cmd r Mfr'-A 2"1""r':v'v-fr"-"' EY"-X ir fr. -"":1if.'-' 1 ygistfufofd S'w3YfHlLfQU11f'5LUUfi1y3,f9UUf9LfQU tfwtfu:utf1wfQ1Uwmvfueuuit wi ibm mf: i - K W e Q ,O ' 'sn MQ Ut, 3 l Y I I 1 I M, ana- 2 ' .7 i 2 I i i 1 i The "New U" Student might fail, may get swallowed up by big biznis before we achieve a thing. But we're gonna have a good try. 1 I V 1 I I 1 l 1 1 1 l l l 1 L 1 l, l 1 1 P 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 UMass! Boston UMass! Boston has fallen to the charms of Student Strike Committee Trustees say do what you like it doesn't matter much It's the new world Students with the golden touch Filled the campus-at least 200 But if you're talking politics of UMass That's not hard. 1 i Xu, . X 4 wh . 5 X XXXX XX ,N X X X X X X LX X N XX fum. 1 XZ- 'f " . ,Rv ig ,333-5, " ' ',,'k1"f"25,j"X.,5f51iX-X3 . ... i.-,,:,5,,p3 113631: , X -xX ., a'-""'v,3'- 2 - is -X -W: " ' 1- r - Q .Yes X H +0.4 'Q -:.1'.' XF X . N: -5.11 fl-3. xt, ' atfnq- f.. X .ix-+52 5-'f-' K1 'S - . X' ng-, -Q 1 J,:,..,,'1 .fb . . X .P U. ' i, . ' 1 , X- :ffl -X ,. EX-Qi' 1. X. X S 1 X 1 Q. . 1 XX X ' X X , 3 X X V , Y X W . W . 1 I X X X X X X X X I X 1 X X X X X X B 1 -W ,,, .-4 sakx :I 34' fX The Christmas Concert brings the yuletide to UMass. The affair was bright and lively. Punctuat- ing the fall semester, it cele- brates the united spirit of joy existing on the Harbor Campus. Featuring: Larry Hill-Conductor Steven Jounakas- Percussion Joseph Cincotta David Shermen-Piano Sally Williams-Flute Julie Gabldon-Obol Soloists: Lloyd Pfautsch-"Day For Dancing" Alice Parker-"Shout Of Sacred Joy" HAPPY FACES , . Halfway into the school year, the spirit can begin to dim. New England's winter has set in, the financial crunch of the holidays weighs you down and finals are upon us. Perhaps that is what makes the End of the Semester Party so important and enjoy- able. It is the party that supplies a pleasant escape. It is a celebra- tion of having come halfway. -...As-,' - gf .ti ,. ti 'l r-E .J x vb' "' il -W as Q' rw, ' sk 434111, Q 3 Irma .wi 25:53 ff 4 RW WWA? Nbwsmw U I2 IEANIIZAUIII DNS 1 sv 1 ' wi-ig i1f iii! N 6 'fa ' X -ww . ss: . 'K nf 'K N,,' in x,," s.,y s... gl AL f X' ffl! "' Xl x, ff' X, Z' 5. 1 X1'll'l,QAg gl, 1 xgx-I " ' '5i3"H' 1 -1 M I f"5N74z'fWf'N Q X 'I 5 lsjillf :Z Q 2 I ' g 4. , 4 Jlssfwj 'Y' fy Mr x?5,QsL,l,, f fy'-' ZW! ff I Y lx' ff: V I W f WV., 47--if 'Y f .1 'T---ffl l- .4 - A 1 X 11 f .gd .,,, rf' I , l-,L ...J . .-,- J- 5 ..-.T:..::.:.:.. 3-:-'1,". ..-QT: :,-if. 7 ,. . The University Student Activities Com- mittee is a standing committee of the Uni- versity Assembly. The S.A.C. is elected annually by the student body. The SAC itself breaks down into four subcommit- tees: Community Action, Cultural Events, Media and Publications, and Recognized Student Organizations CRSO'sJ. Each subcommittee is responsible for coordinat- ing and overseeingthose activities which fall under its category of interest. The en- tire SAC holds responsibility for approval of programs and events, including alloca- tion of SATF monies to fund such activi- ties. ,U ',. K X IS s ,N X D H X. ,,.,-vw -Q ,-. x I ' T .n Q Q .AST J ,X ',, Q N ,Q i 5 I A P . I Sr 43,64- QsnAld ,L-, f-' ?f,ge4'Zf A , ,-- 351 We, "1 5' C s ff uv 'S 32 ,S .1 ff, mv' ,. 4, A' AWUEQZQL, av liar' H 1 '- ""lr 4,:.f,, ., Xa EMER wnsn THE BIOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF THE Officers: Thomas Durant, Presidentg Barbara Mabbett, Vice-Presidentg Vincent Maloney, Treasurerg Nancy Reilly, Secretary. W... I tin--e - 3:9 24 ' 1 ei: 1,f.'w7G?fiw- -' rv-"V , M, ,- ., , Q 53.9 ,V -' '- -- y ff? . X 5 1 35,-W. -vi N lljiii S JW! aff' i' rw, 14 ,bf 4 95 A ,f :QA I 92154 49" ' ff! ',i'jfQ 'f :,.,K9fM 3.1 fu ng A fy ,La Jyfgg :r .2 5 ffl 654 1 45,7 i ' f z f 3 ,W -. f 5 4 E 2, .fa ,Mi-a",.i,1.g' , ,Vt ,,,y,,,. W U IVER ITY UF MASS AT B0 TO i 'Wil' J Q K 'fs -f. v f w4'C if ' 5. """" J 1 , L, i X 'iw 0- 1 'uf' 4 I "' u. ff ,Alf -5-4 7,1 ,,f f' ....f"" The Biological Society sponsors various field trips including a weekend trip to the U Mass field station on Nantucket Island each semester. We have guest lecturers who speak on biological subjects. Biology faculty poster session each year in the fall where the biology faculty presents their research. Provides for social interaction with other Biology majors and faculty. 91 members. 3 1 ill' i 1. ar ! 'igttx wi J L-, I Wrfw I, I E .,,J ,, qv 1 .,-I--s..,,. at A Q alxiriffi e :ll 5. 'E'.f1,'- " 5' - 3' ' ' y Nn'A'A1l', ri ,iff-rgsrc, V :Lf - Hia 'z.f: Y 6 if a z AL Ji vnu, 'IX L 5' 'X ,Q 1 c " ,., 5 of THE GERMA CL UB .- i. .Qi ur' ,f effigy. mi ra. 9 'X www gs W H - Q J 5. ,A 2, 2 A 4 Q H1 4 1 n M A .A AL., '9 , ' 'U .-l f X x, 1 '., , ' ,S .e ffm. I I N - Q, ' Officers: Jeffrey Seamans, Presidentg Earl Poerter, Vice Presidentg Diane Benedict, Treasurerg Dawn Marshall, Sec retary. The German Club at UMB was es- tablished as an RSO four years ago. Since that time, the reputation of our club has become well known. Within this time, we have provided several outstanding services to the Universi- ty, the German Department, and the student body. The events of the Ger- man Club are well known, especially our Oktoberfest party, which was ori- ginally a celebration of a royal mar- riage over one hundred years ago, and our Fasching party, a German version of Mardi Gras. Our club provides a cheerful atmosphere for the meeting of new friends. It also provides an insight into the culture, civilization, and traditions of Germany and Cen- tral Europe in general. Perhaps our greatest contribution to the University is the personal touch that we add to our school. Our club welcomes all students and provides a "home away from homef, Cn a com- muter campus such as ours, such an achievement is truly special. Q - .. Lui filing ' a THE WOMEN S CENTER Q Officers: Laura L. Montgomery, Presidentg Donna Wealter, Treasurer. 1 lr'4'-I 9 A Y' f - AY Q ...W as ,ff 4 72. dr 9 "Jr cf' 'ii ,,-N.. fm 3 'D A .4 3. y 100 Members Why a woman's Center? The woman's Center was founded when a group of woman felt that the need for a designat- ed space where woman could be certain of meeting other woman to foster a feel- ing of community, and to use as a base for political, cultural and social action. Resources at the Center: A Woman's Libraryg Referral file for issues such as health, legal aid and social servicesg A telephone for on and off campus callsg Supplies for organizing and publicizing woman's issuesg Our staff. The Woman's Center is open daily 9-5. All woman are welcome to join, support, and use the Center. It is a resource and meeting place for all UMB Woman, but it can only serve these woman who make their needs known and use this resource. SUPPORT THE WOMAN'S CEN- TER --- SISTERHOOD CAN BE POWER- FUL!! za - "'r"Ar-f E i ---,..-'ff-E ,Jr . a A.. , 'Emil a -- E ga, Q mg M URBAN STUDENTS I 'WY W .. mm "'--L. "-..?,,.- "N--.. IRISH HISTORICAL SUCIETY Officers: Mike Flynn, President, Mark Desmond, Vice-Pres., Rick Jacobs and Nancy Miller, Social Directors, Brian Sullivan, Treasur- er, Michele Lydon, Secretary. 1' 103 members Runs blood drives, food drives, toys for tots, members of social events and on many levels of student govern- II1CI'lt Basically we enjoy parties, meeting other students and going on trips - Montreal, Ft. Lauderdale, Bermuda, Daytona, Vermont, skiing etc. CY I . 5' 'H' -sg.:-. -n g. 1' 'U v 1 'mi I if 0 u 4 1 -Q 41 A i 1 , ga Mr . :km Q' q,g,5.v.,,u' .K - .- -. , I Tia' 'r gi 153 fr -'45 PQ V K,-VIQD4 f'x"2f" Dai. -" . ., A , . 2355 '- 1 nf?-4: if' A 44' 3,5 I in-1? .lf , , . 1 4 v 'ii' V 1' ' IJ! , 4 , J -',' 'mx ffl, ': MHP-ff! ijawgh f,fvtg-iw' A J- , , Nazi. we Mm-.......... 4 9 2 bg ' H5 f .-M, 'Q ,4 F5 I ' 4 P r s I Z 4 ..., 2 3 2 4-4 5 1 S f Z. ? 2: W . Q.. . ,,.',',.Q V 52.1, A 32 ,. 3 Q 4 f 2 5 5 s . 1 ' 3 s 2 2 E 1 5 i 3 1 i ' 5 ' Q ei F 5 f ,S 5 s 5 T ' Y 5 . s 3 D 3 x f , 5 A Q 1 , 3 , A i fmwuw-uw gn, 5, 3 2 I 'E Asian American Society Officers: Peter Cheng, Presidentg Joyce Chan, Vice-Pres.g Dennis Fong, Secretaryg Olivia Wong, Treasurer. 73 members f if 1 5 R A J V 1, ' E f 1 f E X X , " --.gift ,QW-1 91 - f 4 Q-, 9 :SQA ff' Q - r-P' gms -f 4 ".T-f 0. ,,.e-G' T Asian' American Society of the most ac- organizations on many po- social and The AAS promoting and de- , ctivities which bring out Asian culture and history, as well as sponsoring parties, dinners, and "Get togethersn for U Mass. students. The AAS also has a basketball and bowlingteam as well as having 'occasional Ping-Pong matchh es. We encourage all interest- ed students to participate in and attend our general meet- ings held the first Wednesday of every month at 2:30 PM College 1-41168 The AAS is also part of the ,East Coast Asian Student Union QECASUJ and the inter-col1e- giate Chinese Students Social H Committee. A ' Y W in ,,.J--"1 GREEK CL UB ANAL .40-., r, I . ,Zim 5' , : Q A 3 V - , , Adair" ' ,,4,'N 1, V' WW. if QQ !f ff CHESS CLUB Officers: Richard Daly, Presidentg Treasurer, Larry Levine. The U of Mass. Chess Club is a guild in long standing with the university. It is open to all, the beginner as well as the master, Monday through Friday. We hold tournaments throughout Massa- chusetts contending chess organizations and col- leges. College life at U Mass. is more than study- ing. Student awareness of the various extracurri- culum activities has always made life for any student here, more than books. The Chess Club is glad to be, and to continue to be, one of these activities. IMANI Officers: Jerome Ramey, Chairperson. Dedicated toward exposing the UMB communi- ty, as well as the community at large, to the various aspects of African-American culture. Apart from sponsoring Black History, each year during the month of February, we are engaged in ongoing activities. Offering tutorial services on and off campus, sponsoring workshops exposing students to the many aspects of life at UMB. Our goal is to make life more comfortable for minority students at UMB. PRISON REFORM URGANIZA TI ON Officers - Daniel Campbell, Pres. James Moore, V.Pres. Hashim Al-Mumeet, Business Mgr. Carol Wilson, Coordinator Started by Daniel Campbell and ex- offenders who saw the need on cam- pus for accurate information about what goes on behind the walls, "P.R.Of' aims to help students and the community to better understand the prison experience as well as to help alleviate the intricacies of cam- pus life for those who were formerly incarcerated. Prison Reform Orga- nization has already held speaking engagements in the classrooms and in the community. It plans to further extend this information-sharing function into a speakers Bureau and form a Prison Reform Consultants Group to be available for this pur- pose. Other projects in the offing in- clude a printed information leaflet to be distributed in September, a re- source booklet to develop contacts in community agencies, correctional in- stitutions, high schools and employ- ment agencies, and information let- ters to all department chairpersons of the University about "P.R.O.'s', purposes and projects, a weekly or biweekly "P.R.O." talk series with WUMB radio station, and a remedi- al reading and writing class to be set up with C.A.S.H. Inc. fan educa- tional program in M.C.I. Walpolej tolprovide training for the residents there. As of August 30, 1976, "P.R.O." has a membership of fifth C502 students and twelve C125 associ- ative members. An officially Recognized Student Organization at the University of Massachusetts, Harbor Campus- fBoston, "P.R.O." has begun to move on its stated purposes which are as follows: 1. By using offenders, ex-offend- ers, and concerned individuals, to heighten awareness of prison reform and reform tactics. 2. To provide speakers for classes which discuss prison life and ideas concerning community-based cor- rectional facilities, i.e., Law and Jus- tice, Criminology, Sociology, Urban Studies, etc. 3. To provide speakers for high schools, junior high schools, and so- cial functions concerning prisons an- dfor rehabilitation, and social func- tions concerning prisons andf or re- habilitation, and functions with cor- rections-minded businessmen. 4. To familiarize people with the concepts and realities of community- based corrections and rehabilitation. 5. To give offenders and ex-of- fenders speakers a chance to channel any bitterness they may have re- tained into a new and positive direc- tion. 6. To give offenders and ex-of- fenders a feeling of belonging to the society in which they have to live. HILLELXJE WISH STUDENTS CL UB 5. sw ,. .--J.. - ' .24 -:,".f',.f?7'gJ:7'3. . The Hillelf Jewish Student's Club provides a meeting place forrstudents to discuss cuirenfliiiilj events or just socialize with one another. The Hillel Club is a place for the celebration of festive occasions with appropriate refreshments. The Hillel Club is an information post for student study abroad. The Hillel Club outlines course offerings at U.Mass which hold special interest for Jewish students. The Hillel Club provides literature, films, and lectures which inform studentson historical, cultural, and current events involving Israel and the Jewish people. ,, - ..., .. , 4 , , , .M al Y ,, ,A....s.- .., .. ..,..,,- .. ...,.-,.....,,,.Lg1.saf..faen.i 36 J,,.-1 l l 'l i ,,.,..n- E . , . l ' .. V -:'. gg ,Q i. XX f "' ' r - ' s I- ' 5' ' "' . 5 , , " .s L5 W. , X M Ai f fi 2 . iii, U: .rzl WN -- .., 'r ' Y , 'X - 4, C ' Q 1 ,A Q A? ,A - f? X J STUDENT VETERANS UNION T ROAD ctosno Hre uou on o thruwou or hos og DETUUR sent g -,- - Q, Y ,r - I down o side rood morl-sed """ ? If uou think t is ollowed ond uour route to o j reoched o nmunm educotion, o pension, or home ownership l UJE CHN HELP! Officers: Richard Taylor, President, Larry O'Brian, Vice-President, Mi- , , . . ' 5' W7 ' 4., chael Belmont, Treasurer, David Singer, Secretary. 248 members 3 Student Veterans Union offers assistance in the following areas F' 'lA'd D' h VA Cl' Md' ID'- : lnancia 1 , 1sc arges, . . aims, e 1ca is ability Claims, Requests for service medical records, Re- Opened Disability Claims and Appeals, Work study pro- grams, Tutorial Assistance and Tutors, Work Study Jobs. , . MY, if ,Q 3 I! in. Wwfu "' A T y AV4' ' ' m.,,,,.--tk W v i"i 5353 We i W' x M 44 ,fp fe , .- 4 J, 4 f Q T . all , .,, , i., , "iii i f,, if' ' -ui HARBOR LIGHT STAFF '79 EDITOR - DA WN MARSHALL COPY EDITOR - GLENN SHELDON ARTS 85 GRAPHICS - BEV WAH SPORTS EDITOR - STEPHANIE ROMANOES COVER 62 ENDSHEET DESIGN - MARLA GARCIA PHOTO EDITOR - JAMES CAPELLE PHOTOGRAPHERS - RICHARD STAHL JON LEE JAMES REED - C.P.C.S. SPECIAL CONTRIBUTORS - COLIN WOLFE, GEORGE FONTAINE, MARY MCARDLE, SIMON DICK, MELODY MORGAN ADVISOR - PA TRI CIA MON TEI TH YEARBOOK REPRESEN TA TI VE - ROBERT MURPHY SPECIAL THANKS TO SUE FROM THE ATHLETICS DEPARTMENT SIFIUIDIENWF SUUIDIDUIIIQWF SIENIIIDIIQS Ill WW X f .lu Y, 43l'V,5 , G 4 4 0 'U' ' A 1' '."Qg. '.a WW?" f' -' f OK C.1l' 5' ff? . 3 5 -. '.- f 'ff Q gg 1 9 , 'S ,I ' ' 0 ' 5159 1 ffm' slug bi N-Z ri. QI" J' STUDENT AD VOCAC Y CENTER The Student Advocacy Center, funded through Student Activities, serves as an advocate for UMB students in their "red tape" dealings with the University. In addition, they provide input for the campus in negotiations on the local and state levels of higher education systems. Working closely with the INFO Center, the Student Advocacy Center seeks to assist students by following up individual problems within the system. The Center is administered by a professional staff director who coordinates the student staff. avg' Q, il "' :- PM 3 l I ' ., , ! 5. N iq , i X' i ..,4...4 CENTER FOR AL TERNA TIVES The Center for Alternatives is a peer counselling service providing short and long term counselling, personal growth groups, information workshops, referrals, and a drop-in lounge. The Center spon- sors groups in Personal Growth, Assertiveness Training, Men's or Women's Sex Role Groups, Massage, Yoga, and a Couple Separation Group. Medical, legal, and mental health referral ser- vices are offered, as well as information on a variety of interests, including food cooperatives, carpentry, dance, and art. QQQSC at 'iIFJ'3U594?2' AQ1h1 - ff.-2 'la' t.,g """"3U"" 'Sw 'T"f" vs... ------- - .Y f , , WUMB RADIO Gracing the airwaves of Dorchester Bay is the answer to FM clatter, WUMB. A student-run radio station broadcasting from the deep re- cesses of the Library, WUMB is heard piped in, piped out and generally, on top of things. Rising to the occasion, WUMB goes remote to broadcast live from special activities on cam- pus. There is music for everyone's taste and fine disc jockeys behind the microphone. x l , X 6' 'Fw K ,L wt, Ii if -.al 5 - 'K , . X Q. ff--Q.. A . r 2 'fgi JA if 5 wma, .Q HEALTH FUUDS r I, I s if ., i J in M ' 3.0.45 .,-- sms' gmgve-fllfffn 51'2"VQn ,nv-watt li' gf Hi ,uaatsal'W' in !l3llIlYl"" xv anfgae-,afzgg VEG OUT! At the Earth Fciods Restaurant . . . An appetizing selection of meatless menus attracts both ardent vegetarians and carnivores seeking a change. Earth Foods is a student-run, non-profit vegetarian restau- rant serving the best food anywhere on cam- pus. E E I K, I u tg 5 ' ff-4 vw Ns xx X -,-V A W, 'Q , . K' u gn 1? 4i 01 2' 4Q""" 11012, - ,535 ' , if VA f r, 4-our .wnmlvv 'U' iw Q - ,, 1 si 554 --"K lisa- ' .,2'f'l:'E . I Z! Y -,AU Q . fi .- 1 - Z all' I' " if 4 5 The Resource and Counseling Center for Dis- abled Students provides academic and personal counseling to individual students, as well as peer counseling training. Reader and tutorial services are also offered. The physical resources of the Center include a tape library, a Braille library, typewriters and Braille equipment. The Center aims to meet the needs of any student who requests its service. nnn p POI T PRESS POI T PRESS A -...V pf '- LA. Tai. 1 1 S ,J . f ff fiiw' f f ' , , , f , r, A ,'r,yu. , nf I ' E is 3 V ',fi.5:.f 'Hug W ,j -,, '11 A 4 ' 5. ,fw"1amfQ"f1 A , ' ifi2f1',i' I POI T PRESS f-.,,..,,,7 rv Q.-rxx . .M ,12'iffv7"' ,ff "4'I1T:7E:,, .I ' " 01 4,.,' 3, 1 '-ff, .f 2 Q - 3 U5 hw!! , Tyr' 2 l I , qu v.. 5. ,ll ' I-4975? I Q .V 'Q V " he fab? 1 f qw 4' 'N W- . VIR. . Q Q . I 49 , ,, F 0 w ,EH , u Q , u -if Y. ' f .344 QW? Wt- X A , 6 -1 N vw 1 , Q f 5 5 . 1 " f gg . 5 3 fy , f ' F kg ffi? iw s 1' , . , . V' F xg vf 5 . 3 f 1 Of course I m twenty one! I v v"'A 4' 4- i 1 Q I i 4 5 I A Y J I i I fx.L.l Q 5 .1 3 s v , ?1-y! by ww., After fa' long battle with an apprehensive administration, a popular ifight g was won. UMass gains its very own pub. Known popularly as The Pub, it is licensed to serve wine and beer accompanied with pizza, munchies and more. Opening during the spring semester, The Pub promises to be the center of student activity where the students can come together in a relaxed atmosphere. 5 2 fx ' Q -M' ' Me 'H 3511? ' , ,..a',,w.- b. 1 1gn1.vfQv'ffX.3.0: 1 . K , , gf 'wirye-9.1, 'vga-' -N33 + :-,v FT A., ,- ' 1 NM... l ., Q xM.T , N 1.-Q A f .33 - Y' .SRX-Q 1 ,,. X g sxrkggg A 33 . X. Qi ' tg V- 0 I. x A A se QS A , , ,- 1 -sz . : . x.f QQ 3 3 S if I , ii "N " l . V , I 1 I A ,I A , . L 'Q xg? 79 nm lo ff 'I Q-s 1 , lf ,ffm ,pmvq -fv fi Vx QW: if EN, ff James Abate Edward Ahern Sonia Alce Aida Alicea Debra Alpert Richard Amand Steven Andberg Corneliu Anderson Edward Andler Stephen Archdeacon Daniel Aronson Kathleen Atkinson Daniel Baker Kenneth Bambrick Richard Barba Michael Barrett Alpha Barry Brain Bartholomew Judith Beatrice Kevin Becker Susan Beckwith Mark Belanger Joseph Benanti Judith Benersani Renee Blanche Constance Bono Linda Boornazian Saxon Borden Lorraine Bowen John Bradshaw ,.c,,,.,,...:,,.:.A,,W . , -'fr f-. fu' .L . . . ,M -fwzzy 'V ,f fi? M? of 'l l li ei 5 1:34 1' xi ? 513. F 4 V.:4M"?!L' ' we 4 'rl i 52 I x f 5 , ll! vi. , VA LQ J 5 it . 2 , ...., -1 V. A . za- 5'-vi g'Q . few? F .4 gif xx 'gli 'Y ' 3, E' X limgygj A ' ,Xe W 1, s . ,X 'NF , + ,si lif:f31 i Q -W WCS, N145 f x Y-V, 11 5 , WK f BRE- Mix John Brennan Cecilia Brennf Kevin Briggets Fernanda Brit Jean Brodeur Charles Burto A 3 'vw .S as g1.,,Z.,. hiv' ""'T?' A V 1 i ii f' i" ii ' Daniel Cam b v P 'ml Frances Cant S 1- .Vila : I if' ' 7 "ILT LQ ,esggnff I 11 '- !l"- -' 1 -. ' . ". ff' fig' . .qty -f zuniw-V" .01 E .. ..-f.!3q::Qgt.4, -4 zililiv-mx ,- , . an-V 3-.'?'??3wv5r-"f'i1:F , -. ...W .,,...3.,g',: ' -'-Z'-fe-'.z'?2::5Q'5::tttf::::Q2421.,g 4 ?21F'.f'If-'F " . .... .. . , ,, ::,..::.:.:.:...z,,1 ., 1. ,, . .. .....,....,, .. also James Cappiel e"' ff! Catina Capass kj X 4 X , Daniel Capozz l i K Lawrence Car . f Mary Carcera .-. Donna Carelec Marsha Carey Eddie Carroll Jennifer Carv. Elise Carver MaryEllen Ca: Christin Catan Patricia Cawle James Chaisso Donald Chapp Paul Chase Michael Cianc Jean Coffin Gary Cohen Efrain Collado Claudett Com: Louis Comis 'nv fu uk I 'ml'f' Q-9' Diane Conrad Paul Coolidge Anthony Costa Gerard Cotter Kathleen Coyle Edward Coyman Carol Cronin Christoph Crowley Mary Crowley Judith Dabried J Louis Dalvares Roy Daniel Mario Darosa Peter Dellorusso Stephen Delosh Kevin Desmond Janet Diamond Lisa Diodati-Gately Robert Dipietro William Doherty Thomas Dolan Lisa Donaghey Nancy Donovan Walter Donovan Janice Dooley Clive Doran Patricia Dougan Maureen Downing Mary Downey Christine Dresp it 52' 'W r Q W 1 1 , 5 1:5 5? 'f r E X X fl 5 I ,A -L M f . v- - .... 1,.f , ,gp H4 .,. . , ' Tir l i l VTP 'Z 2 if is J - C? 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Lombardi Anita Lott James Lynch James Lynch Barbara Mabbett Beverly J ohannese Paula MacDougall Claudette Macedo Leslie Mahn Eileen Maloney Kathleen Maloney Susan Manning Jann Martin Sharon Mason James McCarthy James McClean Susan McFarland Gerald McGowan Kevin McGrath Gary McMus Thomas Meagher Jane Mealey Gail Melanson Kenneth Melanson Benjamin Meltzer Michael Menconi Dennis Minahan Magnolia Monroe Beverly Montgomery Deanna Morello Jonathan Moy Virginia Mullane Pamela Mulveyhill Daniel Murphy Eileen Murphy William Murray Michael Nardone Michael Newton Sharon Nigro Margaret OConnell Linda Ognibeni Jude Okwara Kombe Olengha Jani Orlicky Melinda Ornstein Kevin Owens Peter Paglierani Angela Palacios N ' ,-K . ,W .. z- ' J David Parisi George Parker Joseph Patrolia Nancy Pavlik Mary Pelletier Claudett Pendleton Edward Phelan Rose Philbrook Earlene Philibert Debra Phipps Scott Pickett Bernadet Piscione Darlene Pluschau Roseanne Polito Pamela Pomeroy Mark Prendergast Harriet Prescott Marlene Prescott af Thomas Quan Salvator Quinci Sheila Quinlan Michael Radeos John Raistrick Barbara Reade Barry Regan Paul Reska Elizabeth Rezendes Nancy Rice Ann Richardson James Richmond Judith Riley Paul Rizel Francena Roberson Deborah Robinson Paul Roche Christine Rosell -uc, 9 .54 I if . 77-' f - ,- 1 L 1,4 A -.. 'U Q A 99 I '3 XX 1 is Robin Rossi Everett Rushford Jr. Nancy Ryan Anthony Sammarco Sandra Sandiford Michael Santamaria Janet Santoro Roseanne Sawaya Steven Saxonis Mary Scanlan Geneviev Schaefer William Schmid 3 YT79 r ,J 1 1 :V im. , H 'N wi Nas 3 if 71 7553! 6' .V - ,',:q,.1',:.a-D' A, wg.-, f , rr , Z, --...-,V y, J fi I Af' , X f 9 ' w ff ,4 ,- 'T -0' , f ft .. 1, 3 .sfe. K ' x 5 A ff Q 134 ,ll W 1 F!'?95,1af'l 1" 1 x Q 7 1 I W I . Q 'le 'Q' 'Nw I r 'Q ' x' 9' Q , ,Ml 4, tj? . 1 if ll li ,P I , if 'ffifp Hugh Scott Richard Sculley Samir Shammas Lori Shapiro Karen Sheehan Katherine Sheehan Mildred Shelburne Gary Sherman Michael Sherr Randy Shuman Ethel Slowe Everett Smith Gary Smith Kevin Smith Lamont Smith Linda Smith Margaret Smith Marybeth Smoot X xy, an ilgwf tt. 55,55 .-q 0152 4? 2 X- lkxi ,-f , " YZ, A , A . 'L X X ,U M X- x 'wr L N, 'lc FN c 1 QQ 1 0 Nancy Spector Douglas Spellberg Cynthia St. Onge Deborah Stacey Sylvia Sudbey John Sullivan Nancy Sullivan Tsun Szeto Michael Taiwo Marie Tanous Dawn Tausevich Russell Theriault A NS? XXX W 1 X is 'L' "lib 'ft H H:."LT1x'.9.'f' X -Sin 'gd Athea Thomas Aimee Thompson Michael Thompson Michael Trainor Karen Trenholm Steven Turk Janis Vanputten Carol Veasey Janet Vickers Paul Viles Beverly Wah Cheryl Walker Rita Walsh Vincent Walsh Peter Warwick Henry Wesley Arnetta White Stephanie Whittier Ian Wilson Clarence Winfrey Barbara Wise Robert Wood Anne Woodard Marjorie Wyandt Sandra Yasi Neward Yee John Yelmokas David Young 'V , . -IF to 4 f sl , . v 1- x X sz., fy v , .y,, J ., . , ff J lllll i 55. V7 E me-ul! Q Tn? .21 f . V, - .1 'C-. U-1 ju If I K .-,fqlaigi ng! Zi X. ki l , is 4, V z V AV Ev,-Yr ss' I AUX mr..- - -- -----W HARBOR LIGHT HONORS OUTSTANDING STUDENTS AT UMB. TAN YA LAR G Y Ms. Largy is a co-director of the Castle Hill archaeological excavation in Wayland, Massachusetts, where she resides. Working with the archaeologists from the Department of Anthropology, Ms. Largy has undertaken this excavation as a two year project focused on an ancient Indian site near the shores of the Sudbury River. A year ago, this site was scheduled to be destroyed by the construction of two soccer fields. The Massachusetts Historical Commission and citizens of Wayland appealed to the University to evaluate the importance of this site and to make recommendations to the city of Wayland regarding its disposition. The Department of Anthropology undertook this task. Partly as a result of its recommendations, the town permitted a concerned group of citizens to conduct salvage excavations to recover significant information from the site before it was destroyed. Working through UM f B, this group, co-directed by Tanya Largy, applied for and received the necessary permit from the State Archaeologist. Recently, Ms. Largy was one of three people who presented the findings of the first year of work to a group of 225 townspeople, students and archaeologists. EDNA FEIGHNER Ms. Feighner is responsible for running the Zooarchaeology Laboratory for the Department of Anthropology. This laboratory prepares the skeletons of many different kinds of animals for use in the departmental archaeology and anatomy programs. Students working in the laboratory also prepare classroom demonstrations and exercises, are trained in dissection, and learn how to preserve and organize osteology collections. Ms. Feighner directs these activities and provides a great deal of the technical training that occurs in this laboratory. In addition, Ms. Feighner is preparing to work as a part of the department's archaeology program in Kenya this summer. . GLENN SHELD ON American Collegiate Poet of the Year QFall 19781 National College Poetry Contest - First Prize Honorary Mention in Clover International Poet- ry Competition Named "Honorary Irish Poet" by Irish Distill- ers Limited, Dublin Invitations to membership in "International Platform Associationw Twice named "Most Vital New Poet" by The Cooperator Music Critic and columnist for "Seacoast Mag- azine" National College Poetry Contest- Fall '78 FIRST PRIZE -Glenn Sheldon THE EMPTY CRIB In my arms I stroll down fatherhood dreaming away the dull evenings with books of child care. The wallpaper in the spare room is decorated with pastel animals, The still mobiles of a totis fairyland look sad. My wife stands in the bedroom doorg she looks at me and we suffer our loss together. AMY KAPLAN BRAN T The Man Who Would Seek Eagles A thin man sought to take his rest with eagles: to blot away the aimless herd and greet the sun full in the face and live upon a soaring bird touching the sky and all the moons until he wore a state of grace and flew to meet the gods of ancient runes. He took the tarnished feather trail, green and gold in his left hand as every dusk-set crag he scanned searching for the mountain nest, and with his right he brushed aside the beaded rain, the bearded snow to clearly keep before his keening eyes the great, the kiting shadow. Then turning sharply in mid-flight the sacred bird came swift upon him. She called his name to the world's far rim and made an arch of beating wings through which he did not pass. And the wind was a willow wand weeping whipping the back of the night The thin man seeks to find his rest with eagles. - Amy Kaplan Brant p PATRICIA OLIVIA Ms. Olivia is the principal person responsible for consideration by the Massachusetts Historical Commission of the Calf Pasture Pumping Station on the National Register of Historic Sites. This pumping station is the beautiful stone building behind our campus near the tip of Columbia Point. In its day, it was internationally famous as the key facility in Boston's innovative sewer system which received world acclaim for pollution abatement in the 1880s. Once on the National Register, this site will be protected from demolition and major exterior alteration. This will help to conserve the building and may eventually help open the way for its utilization by the University. In conducting this project, Ms. Olivia has been working under the direction of Professor Suzanne Spencer-Wood fAnthropologyj in close cooperation with the Massachusetts Historical Commission, the Massachusetts District Commission and the City of Boston. c I CHARLES H SULLIVAN Mr. Sullivan, a graduating senior, operates the radiocarbon division of Geochron Laboratories in Cambridge, Massachusetts. This laboratory provides important services internationally to archaeolo- gists, geologists and biologists who require the analysis of oranic materials to determine their exact age. Mr. Sullivan obtained his position at Geochron as an outgrowth of the departmentis preprofes- sional training program in African archaeology, held in Kenya in 1975 and 1976. This September, Mr. Sullivan will attend the University of Arizona as a doctoral candidate in archaeology and geophysics. He is being brought to Arizona to help construct and operate the first toroidal particle accellerator to be dedicated to radiocarbon dating. A-5 .Liff " , ,a., :ef -- . 1 6,4 I W Y . 1 .gg-131'-, w bl ,'-1: 5, A ,lv V 'Q I K hit HARRISBURG, PA. The news story of the year comes direct from the state that gave us the Hershey bar. Pennsylvania shocked the nation with its nuclear accident on Three Mile Island. Trying to bring the factual information to a skeptical public, UMNNC fUMass No Nukes Coalitionj with assistance of MASSPIRG and EARTH FOODS conducted a two day extensive Nuclear Awareness Teach-In. Speakers includ- ed Jeff Young and Ben Blake from Clamshell Alliance, and Frank Bove from MASS PIRG. Appearing at the Teach-In were representatives from Physicians For Social Responsibility, Mo- bila tion For Survival, Union of Concerned Sci- entists, EPIC, Socialist Workers Party and Tri- dent Conversion Campaign. A handful of pro- fessors from UMass and N.U. were also present. 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I ', ffj'-A ,,,-3-'Nw PM-1' ' ,Wx- if 1,.,y,' 1 H 'MQ' -gpm ,-Q N 1. ,Q .. -- , 5.-Jw UP- .r 3 11.54. -, -.X ,. l,. . -W V, . , , . .,..:u,,,, -f ,A 4 , wfwlm 'fffgvw'--.4f'u??"Q ' ng ""'- ?'2k11f-.-fQ ENE? , ' an t Y N X. if w ya in 'AAA . Q Lu. M . 'wommv-.,,. - .. .,,.,,N. . M L 43 4 5 A A 93 - 1 lf, Hi, ,M- ini i IN TRAM URAL FLOOR HOCKEY 4-v-w.....,, yn' vs...- ,I ,J f 1 5-umm: U "s, 3? X ar., ,.,A,,,, ,L ". f Tufts Stonehill Bunker Hill Quincy Jr. Bunker Hill Tufts Stonehill Newman Prep Mass Maritime Bates Newman Prep Suffolk W.P.I. Mass College of Pharmacy Boston Univ. J.V. Quincy Jr. Mass Maritime Babson J .V. Umb fs-ffjcczhz-na::.2af.,.'Tf"A-vw, Y: , if if-ff' i if am. i l l ,. ,J ..- l 'L--l l .L A..- 11 Ui Ji Y, karl. S S' Back Row: Dennis Doherty, Rich- ard Joyce, Kevin Monahan, John Chiararoli. Top Row: Edward Santry, Tom Harding, Dave Fin- negan, Bernie Lynch, Paul Fla- herty, Billy Wassil, Paul Kelly, Don May. 97 1 1" 4' i H .W 5:3 Q Sa K., Roger Williams Emerson Rhode Island Eastern Nazerene Johnson State U. of Maine, machias Nichols Nasson Nichols Husson Hawthorne Stonehill Thomas Nasson Curry Roger Williams Lyndon State Curry Umb 60 96 67 72 72 87 71 63 80 74 68 60 75 83 77 84 75 53 'A ET FE' Front Row: John O'Con- nor, Mike Mitchell fCaptj, Jeff Turner. Rear: Gary Stein, David James, Noel Cotterell, Ricky Wilkerson, Mr. Hughes Ass't. Coach, Leslie Gibb, Charlie Ti- tus Coach. 99 WOMENS VOLLE YBA LL Front: Carol Surette, Angela Palacios, Donna Woodward, Terry Moro. Rear: Coach Nancy O'Neil, Jude Beatrice, Ann May, Pau- line Ducharme, Pat Costa, Judy Johnson. 5? ,., , ,gi J: ui .1 ln. e Pl, I, , , I X if I ., ,f - i if if Mt. Ida 3 Umb 2 I J Simmons 1 2 ' f Regis 0 3 fm- f ,.2,. if -2 Q5 ,115 2 Maw W Nil i' A tg .f 3 ' 5 . 'll Nga 5 in-.........-al UUSTUR ,mp- 5:4 -ali" ,W 3 ' , ,.,- ,V , ,,,, MW... Umb Boston State 2 2 Curry 0 2 Tufts 1 2 Boston State 3 2 Northeastern 1 5 Tufts 2 1 Harvard 3 5 ""! X J 5 Q, 1' si f if :SS Xb sf .bw , , N P ff' . fan. 5. ,. 44. ,PN , f lg, Q. -Q., , . ,XM Q-W-5: ..- v , N., i il, , . A-"' "" W ""'...- -.Q K - gg?-.Q w ' ' 4 ,WHT ,-Q 163 ..A ..- ..,. ,., ,, ,F -Q. ' ""'-w.,,,. -......, .g,..,,A Wh-...ww . MORE Ms-.gg .,,-W , " i ,.1Zf, M, .. , Castle Hill is an archaeological site in Wayland dating from the Middle Archaic period up to the time of contact, when settlers from Watertown moved in, as well as settlers from England. Castle Hill was first surveyed on November ll, 1977 by Dr. Charles Nelson and Dr. Barbara Luedtke of the Anthropology Department, who were accom- panied by members of the Massachusetts Archae- ological Society QMASJ and students from U. Mass. In the spring of 1978, an excavation was begun which will continue until the fall of 1979. Castle Hill has a Massachusetts Historical Com- mission number of 19-MD-339. Material and artifacts found at the site will be donated to the town of Wayland. Among the students from U.Mass who worked on the initial survey were Tonya Largy and Mary Waters. These are both students of Anthropology who have continued to work at the site during the excavation. Tonya is the director at the site on Tuesday, assisted by Cile Hicks, a resident of Wayland. Geoffrey Mansfield, a graduate student from Connecticut Wesleyan is the director on Saturdays, assisted by Mary Waters from U.Mass. In addition, there is a crew of workers composed of residents interested in learning more about their local history. .s- 4 . N- . -is 1. ..-- M' if . Q , "3 if N M ' ' 5 af e, , -' ' 'F ' V ,A . 'A' aff .1 , .5 -Q .5 if 1 v, 1 m"f"f . ' ' ,j.1,1'Ll4 , Q, WN 115 W 5,1 A A A .i JH, .iq U F ' H, x V 5" , V L' "', , N 'cf-ei V , 4 1 .0 -A .,, .yk,,,,. - ': -: - . 'ff ,n - :njzigfy r .. .f- 4. J iff , ' .. 'wg M " .4 '2 f' i ,. . , gig? 1 f ' W5-'12' 44, .v ggy A 5, . 5- gk V . . j"- ,uns -,V 2 ' 'JIS ' "ef , , 'f,,,,'-.5 1.1.21 , ' vi' , . ,,- X 5, 5 'Q 'L Q '.. : - ... Q , 1. -,' Mg, sf' V, - H w ff" fe -i Q 3,1 2 ,Q is - ,f ,wx "ff,- q ,. - I if 'I Lf . HJ-7 Q V Vf' -1, 1,.,gk ' " -1-..L'. . -I sy. A -f 'ri .1 V i XZLL' .h r W , 755 ,. in ,..' 1' ff. w,-A 1 fa. 'J Y , . nn. . K ,V f -'pk v. 1-.' 9 COMMEN CEMEN T '79 Im too old for this, the emotional quality I miss. What are we doing in uniform? Proving we're part of a' military norm? ,Liga , , ' ffl... , K W S gina - 5 41- 4 "ff z I if-if .i V X . rf Jw 4g,,,.?, , IZA, 9 Who are those speakers sitting up there, whose thoughts we'll all be abliged to share? Why are we willing to stage this grand show, this rite of passage before we go? There are so few faces I recognize in this multitude of the medalled wise. Who am I who after all these years knows only a handful of his peers? What did I do to deserve being here? 'S 'ILT'-' ' 7 -of -. f .' g?l3B.,'qI?fif'-A I ' QL! ' When we disband and go our ways, dissolving into the city s haze, now as strangers pursuing new tasks, playing new games, assuming new masks, QI-In-Q, A-suv ' l ,i:g1g ea 'fx -51' 'ZA lump me vb ., , I ,HDI arg' rf: 5 N- v r"' ' 'Sli ' W - , 1. -s X ' liilw 5' X .' 1 ,lyf . g Wd? Alr, i f ai' K X, 'bw-.4 moments may come to waylay us as we're crowded on the train or bus or stalled 1n long commuter lines, moments, flashbacks to other times, to writing papers and dubious tests, to beerblasts and Oktoberfests. What difference have those years made? we ask ourselves as the images fade. Who will recall how to integrate or ten years on, how to conjugate? Of specifics, little will remain, little substantial did we gain. For all that work, what was the sense? Have we called only on abience? V 1 QQQ 1343 H J F 'u 'lx I ' T ' g """v?- if 1,-wiv? aff, ,' A QL? ?2Q,..tv, .PAHM 5.11.1 i "" W4 F The speakers rise and have their say. Rain threatens. If we had our way this would be quickly over, finished - isn't that what weive always wished? No, if we're honest, we'll admit that the new dimension to our wit, T-Q .. rr.. r- pg 67 ,Q , --JV1-f . 'U - gs' Ki" ix 6 .V 6' at 'iftfpxr Gi ,fs ,fm the new powers of discrimmation, the sharpness and mental maturation, .sift owes something to our experience here. 9 l'i'l 1 'T ITF' IXZL t t ll, . xf'i'2L, I We know it, that's why we've gathered near in this symbolic act of unity, we proclaim our affinity to this strange institution, this rock that offers values we dare not mock, 'sg' W 'li IAM! , x ' f N' A X 4 nf Ili an openness of mind, a tolerance for ideas, a moral and scientific sense. We've lined up for the moment as one to honor and accept the degrees we've won. I.. i .45,"g- 1 J I asked, what have I done to I 1 V deserve this? V. 15 A 4 I shouldnt complain, the robe M5 fits. Wfyy I ANY To START Colm Wolfe Kuff' ION ,. REVQT lv Q ? I' 5, + Abate, James J.,'Art Adduci, Vincent R., Sociol Ahern, Richard L., Socspa Al-Mumeet, Mashim J., Math Albrecht, George W., Engpsy Alce, Sonia M., Blkfre Alexandre, Gabriell M., French Alicea, Aida M., Span Alieu, Florence T., Sociol Allen, Enica C., Art Alpert, Debra S., Antsoc Altimari, Anna M., French Anderson, Maryann, Biol Andler, Edward A., Anth Archdeacon, Stephen L., Art Aronson, Daniel J., Thrart Aversa, Albert P., Chem Ayoub, Karen A., Hist Bacon, Linda C., Biol Bailey, Sheila J., Sociol Bak, Frances H., Engl Bakerbcy, Joelee, Blksty Balas, Patricia E., Psych Bambrick, Kenneth, Anth Barrett, Michael F., Ecopol Barrus, Maria M., Sociol Barry, Alpha O., Polsci Bartholomew, Brian P., Econ Batson, Patricia A., Engl Beatrice, Judith A., Psych Becker, Kevin J ., Psych Beckford, Norman L., Polsci Benanti, Joseph P., Hispol Benersani, Judith M., Antart Benson, Holly A., Psych Bergan, Kathleen, Espphi Berkeley, Rita M., Art Beskosty, Richard M., Biol Bester, Mary E., Antbio Bodnar, Florence F., Thrart Bond, Constanc M., Span Borden, Saxon D., Chem Boudreau, Mary A., Anth Boudreau, Mary E., Engl Bowen, Lorraine A., Math Bradley, Margaret K., Engl Bradshaw, John J., Chem Branscom, June Solowey, Anth Branscomb, Forrest S., Biol Brasco, Jean M., Psysoc Brennecke, Cecilia M., Biol Briggett, Kevin M., Biol Brissette, James M., Ecoeng Brito, Fernanda C., Sociol Brodeur, Jean M., Engl Brumbaugh, Jean P., Psych Brunetto, Dennis H., Biol Brutza, Karen A., Psych Bryant, Odessa D., Undec Burke, John P., Engl Burns, Eileen T., Biol Butkus, Dawn D., Engl Byrnes, Maryann E., Hist Camiolo, Lillina, Freitl Campbell, Daniel W., Blkphi Canavan, James J., Engl Caniglia, Joseph A., Sociol Cannavo, Stephen, Hist Cantwell, Frances P., Art Capasso, Catina L., Math Capozzi, Daniel M., Phipsy Caputo, Virginia R., Biol Carcerano, Mary G., Sociol Cardoni, Edmund J., Engl Carpinito, Pasquale, Chem Carroll, Dennis T., Biophy Carroll, Eddie III, Biol Carvalho, Jennifer W., Psych Casey, Maryeele, Sociol Cataldo, Christin M., Engl Catano, Christin A., Psych Cawley, Patricia A., Sociol Chaisson, James D., Ecopol Chambers, Paul G., Engl Chan, Sau W., Sociol Chandler, Kenneth E., Hist Charest, Kenneth S., Econ Chase, Paul R., Anth Cheng, Peter S., Biol Chimi, Carl J., Music Christomoglo, Chrysosi, Clsics Cianci, Michael S., Biol Clark, Kathy A., biol Clark, Victor F. Jr., Psytha Coffin, Jean E., Psych Cohen, Judith Jango, Biol Colby, Stephani A., Biol Colella, Joan K., Engl Collado, Efrain, Art Collins, Jeanne M., Sociol Collins, Kathi A., Art Collins, Nancy M., Undec Collins, Terrence P., Music Comet, Claudett, Span Commeyras, Michelle, Hist Concannon, Kathleen M., Econ Conley, Leanne M., Psych Connell, Susan, Engl Connolly, Mary F., Sociol Connors, Jeremiah J., Psych Conrad, Diane M., Artbio Coolidge, Paul E., Undec Cordeiro, Anthony G., Math Cornell, John J., Hist Corrigan, Doreen A., Ecopol Costello, John H., Russ Cotter, Michael B., Polsci Covino, Carmela, Ital Cozzone, Fermina R., Itlspa Cozzone, Sergio M., Ital Crabiel, Steven F., French Crovo, Anita M., Psych Crowe, Pauline, Engl Crowley, Christop J. Polsci Cummings, Daniel P., Sociol Cuneo, Paul M., Psych Cunniff, Joseph P., Chem Cunningham, Kathleen J., Engl Cyr, James A., Art Cyr, James S., Art Dabrieo, Judith A., Span Daigle, Elizabet A., Frehis Dalelio, John R., Chem Dambrosia, Peter J., Anth Dan, Elisheva, Psych Danek, Halina A., French Dannolfo, Toni L., Span Davenport, Joseph A., Biopsy Davies, Kathleen A., Indmjr Davis, Michael C., Engl Dawson, Brian E., Biol Debenedetto, Michael J., Biol Debettencourt, Sheila A., Psych Deeney, Philip P., Sociol Deering, Annalisa K., Art Defuria, Donna M., Psych Degennaro, David M., Econ Delisle, Robert C., Biol Dellorusso, Peter, Hist Delosh, Stephen C., Econ Delucia, Anthony S., Undec Dennett, Guy R., Sociol Dennis, Mark H., Engl Derosa, Rudy W., Ecophi Desantis, Robert E., Art Desmond, Kevin J., Biol Dibona, Damien D., Art Diettrich, Nancy H., Psych Diodati-Gately, Lisa T., Sociol Dipietro, Robert J., Span Dirimini, Maria V., Ital Disciullo, Karen L., French Ditullio, Thomas F., Hist Doherty, William F., Art Dolan, Thomas W., Engl Domohowski, John R., Sociol Donaghey, Lisa B., Span Donahue, Kerry C., Art Donoghue, John J., Chem Donovan, Robert J., Thrart Donovan, Teresa A., Psych Donovan, Walter C., Econ Doocey, Frances M., Hist Dooley, Janice, Engl Doran, Clive M., Psych Dorrpollard, Michele, Psych Dowling, Daniel J., Thrart Downing, Maureen F., Biol Doyle, John J., Psych Dresp, Christin S., Sociol Driscoll, Daniel J., Econ Dubay, Corrine C., Span Duchin, Mark N., Sociol Duffy, Brian G., Polsci Duffy, Richard J., Russ Dunajick, Walter L., Econ Dunphy, Raymond J., Biol Duplain, Jean M., Psych Dussik, Peter C., Phil Dwyer, Margaret R., Undecl Egan, David A., Bioche Egan, Joseph T., Music au- Y! 'S-MQ' -Q.,-. E Inf, an-of N fialwff' 2 .s.f:Qg," ' 41' J fwfr!- 4 xl' ,-1 Q ,Q g s . ,. an ' ,,.. M - ' if H M-i".fjN 'Wx " ' , , R . , A 'A K I 'L 1 . - ,fi M.-wwfffv . . ,ff if , gg 4 fx, ,I ' .Ar fsif'W " X ' u"i:iiilgig, ,...-'t' F, ' ' ' I X Y jg --'ful ..x. T33T"7K? ,.-, 1 'I . 'a 1 4 NU' Eikinas, Vilia J., Sociol Ellers, Beth, Chem Ellis, Jonathan R., Biol Emma, Philip, Polsci Engel, Gail A., Sociol England, Janet L., Psych Ensins, Sonia C., Music Erilus, Maryse, Blkfre Etter, Wayne C., Chem Evans, David L., Math Everett, Paul, Thrart Eydenberg, Jane A., Psych Fallon, Julia M., Polsci Fallon, Michael T., Anth Falvey, Linda A., Psych Fancher, Terry N., Polsci Farquharson, Patricia L., Polsci Farrell, Robert J., Biol Fashaw, Dolores J., Thrart Fay, Linda A., Biol Feeley, John J. Jr., Undec Felzani, Joseph, Econ Fernandez, Gary D., Hist Ferrannini, Jeffrey R., Art Ferrante, Laurie W., Clsics Ferrara, Concetto C., Psych Ferraz, Andira R., Span Fijux, Rosemari, German Filipiak, Karen H., Biol Fitzgerald, Joseph F., Econ Fitzgerald, Patricia A., Span Flaherty, Paul J., Engl Flanders, Isabelle M., Thrart Folven, Raymond J., Psych Fowler, Cynthia A., Anth Franco, Susan P., Art Frazier, Anne T., Engl Friedman, Susanne B., Psych Friedman, Vanessa E., Anth Fuchs, Donna P., Frespa Fuller, Alton J., Polsci Galgay, Brian J., Psysoc Gallagher, Susan A., Polsoc Gallant, Susan M., Sociol Galloucis, Andrew H., Psysoc Galvao, Maria M., Engl Galvin, Frank J., Econ Gardescu, Sana, Biol Gardner, Carolyn L., Psych Garrity, Stephen D., Biol Gaskill, Thomas E., Phil Geier, George D., Biol Gelin, Wilfred, Ecohis Getz, David A., Antbio Gibbons, Francis J., Engl Gibbons, John F., Hist Gill, Norma T., Sociol Gillen, Patricia R, Engl Gillis, Linda A., Indmjr Giunta, Paula, Engl Glynn, Marti A., Psych Godin, C. Steven, Biol Gotlieb, Norman L., Sociol Goulopoulos, Paul, Biol Gowing, Elaine D., Psych Graham, Michael J., Physic Gratch, Beth S., Engl Gravallese, Paula M., Span Greeley, Michael J., Engl Griffin, Jan C., Art Grossman, Martin R., Hispol Gryglik, Michael P., Math Guarente, Deborah J., Psych Guerin, Clare M., Engl Gurwitz, Bruce S., Hist Gutowski, John E., Polsci Hagopian, Elizabeth M., Clsics Halloran, Sheila A., Hispol Halmkin, Mary G., Engsoc Hampton, John H., Polsci Hansen, Hanne S., Sociol Hanson, Phyllis S., Psych Hardy, Helen T., Undecl Hargens, Diane E., Hist Hayes, Honora M., Sociol Hayes, Kevin M., Polsci Hayes, Maureen L., Sociol Hayes, Virginia M., Psych Healey, Kevin P., Hismus Hebard, William G., chem Hennessy, Geoffrey M., Psych Henry, Kathleen M., Sociol Heron, Leila V., French Herstad, Lisa R., Thrart Hewitt, Patricia A., Latin Hincapie, Martha C., Econ Hinks, Peter P., Engl Hobbs, Dean S., Sociol Hogan, Paula J., Psysoc Holt, Christop A., Hist Hooley, Veronica J., Sociol Hopkins, Stephen E., Engl Howalt, K. Dane, Biol Huff, Shelley, Engl Hurley, Andrea K., Biol Hurley, Mary A., Polsci Hyland, Barbara A., Sociol Iantosca, Marie H., Sociol Ilacqua, Jackson, Jackson, Jackson, Jacques Dominic J., Biol Deborah A., Sociol Ronica L., Psych Sandra, Econ Angele C., Psych Jarvis, Quentin P., Muspsy Jean-Louis, Anne M., Hist Jean-Louis, Elie, French Jebari, Ahmed M., Fremus Johnson, Neil E., Engl Johnson, Robert F., Chem Johnson, Sylvia S., Psych Johnson, Valerie A., Artmus Jones, Faith L., Engl Jones, Helen L., Psych Jones, Leslie A., Blksty Jones, Michael L., Math Jordan, Diane V., Engl Jose, Gael E., Span Joyce, Geraldin A., Sociol Kadish, Marcia G., Engl Kagan, Jacob, Undec Kampe, Catherine Harris, Psysoc Kanter, David A., Sociol Kantrowitz, Nataly, Psych Kaplan-Maxfield, Thomas, Engmus Karlis, Virginia Rainsfo, Engl Karol, Carolann, Polsoc Keefe, Carol A., Undecl Keefe, Patricia E., Econ Kelleher, William M., Engl Kelley, Jeanne S., Thrart Kelley, Patricia A., Engl Kellogg, Peter F., Psych Kelly, Edward M., Art Kelly, Linda A., Psych Kelter, Brian M., Hispsy Kenefick, Joann, German Kenneally, William P., Span Kennedy, George H., Engl Kenyon, Lori L., Engsoc Killion, Michael B., Sociol Kilroy, Brian T., Polsci King, Nancy A., Polsci Klein, Jonathan J., Econ Kolkenbeck, Beth A., Sociol Kowalczyk, Maryann T., Music Kramer, Beth A., Biopsy Lacasse, Anne L., Ecosoc Lamkin, Randi D., Psych Larson, Kathi W., Engl Lashley, Desiree A., Math Laskey, Frederic A., Hispol Lawlor, Robert B., Econ Lawrence, Lee R., Math Lawrence, Linda J., Hist Lee, Kathleen, Engl Legerc, Carolyn M., Music Leonard, Annmarie T., Anth Levenson, Marc E., Psych Leventhal, Laura B., Biol Levin, Gail A., Hist Li, Chihung S., Polsci Liberty, Spencer E., Chem Logan, Robert G., Polsci Lomba, Naomi J., Art Lombardi, Richard M., Polsci Lopreste, Robert J ., Polsci Lovett, Charles K., Econ Lubinski, Francis J ., Sociol Lucas, Gary B., Blksty Ludovici, Ronald A., Polsci Lundberg, Andrew O., Chem Lynch, James J., Engl Lynch, James Joseph, Biol Lynch, Timothy E., Econ Lyons, Kathleen A., Arteng Mabbett, Barbara N., Biol MacDonald, Steven W., Engger MacDougall, Paula M., Socspa Macedo, Claudette S., Span Mackey, Deborah J., Music Maddox, Richard L., Art Mahn, Leslie R., Engl Mainini, Cynthia J., Biol Malcolm, Scott A., Biol Maloney, Kathleen M., Hist Maney, Edward J., Antbio vint- 'Q 1 1 giffp , mmm' im.: S Cv 'Q VX ' Ae -s . -1 f, V , fl :xv " Q' f ., xf "U - x Pi 118 Q- J . . 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