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

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,aff THE UNIVERSITY CDE MASSACHUSETTS AT BOSTON YEARBOOK PRESENTS OE THE CLASS OE '88 A EDITOITS NCDTE Dear Graduafes, This year is coming To a close, and wiTh This, a number of sTudenTs will receive a diploma from U. lVlass., Bosfon. This diploma is noT all They will receive. Throughouf The Time you have spenT here aT U. lVlass., you have experienced Things ThaT in no way can be signified by a diploma. U. Mass. is a uniaue school. IT conTains wiThin iT's walls Things which few schools possess. The wide array of sTudenTs allows one To come in conTacT wiTh many people differenf from Themselves. Every single person here has experienced life in a differenf way. We have sTudenTs wiTh husbands, wives, and children of Their own. We have sTudenTs from oTher counTries. We have sTudenTs from differenT sTaTes, differenT ciTies. We have sTudenTs wiTh differenT backgrounds and beliefs. When you enTer U. lvlass. you are open To all These differences, and Throughouf The Time spenT here, you will undoubTedly realize Them. U. Mass. eauips you wiTh an excellenT educaTion in school and in life. When you leave here, and Throughouf The resT of your life, you noT only have a diploma, buT you have innumerable, uniaue experiences from which To draw from. All These are invaluable, and you may noT even realize This yeT. Don'T be afraid To use whaT you have learned here, and don'T be afraid To learn more. Your opporTuniTies are endless, as long as you use whaT you know, and believe in yourself. Congrafulafions and Good Luck. Kim Tingley Edifor-in-Chief CONTENTS IVIAIN EVENTS REGISTERED STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS SPORTS SENIOR SECTION OOIVIIVIENOEIVIENT CONVOCATICDN DAY On Wednesdoy, SepTember 23, 4987, ConvocdTion Doy wos held on The Plozd. The purpose of The cere- mony wos To kick off The ocodemic yeor by giving sTudenTs ond fdculTy o chonce To come TogeTher for d muITiTude of ocTiviTies. Choncellor Corrigon presided over The ceremony, which begon wiTh on ocddemic procession, in- cluding members of The STudenT SenoTe, ond The STudenT TrusTee, Colleen Lopes. Also, sTudenTs ond foculTy olike hod The opporTuniTy To meeT BeTTy Diener, The new ProvosT ond Vice Choncellor of Acodemic Affoirs, who delivered The keynoTe oddress. AfTer The ceremony, d picnic lunch wos served To sTudenTs ond foculTy, giving everyone o chonce To mingle, while lisiening To The U. Moss. Jdzz Ensemble. Also, omidsT The ConvocoTion Doy fesTiviTies, There were Tobles seT up by R.S.O.'s for The purpose of inform- ing sTudenTs obouT Themselves, ond whoT They represeni. Edch of The ocodemic deporTmenTs held Their own open house os well. All in oil, ConvocoTion Doy wos o huge success. A good Time wos hod by dll who oTTended. IT proved very beneficidl for fomilidrizing sTudenTs wiTh oll The U. Moss. hos To offer boTh dcodemicolly ond socioliy. AfConvocoTion Doy 'N 71- . 2' vm 4 ,Q gi ,,,....., Y. , - f . S A--C 4-SP TP il w xx! 'W' Y! A 1 J ld A-f -'Q-lffx V5 'Ti 'Q 9'n Convocmion DOYf5 TI-IE PROGRAM BOARD PRESENTS This year The Program Board sponsored a pre- senTaTion TiTled NorThern LighT's-ArcTic-AnTarcTic Voyage. This presenTaTion chronicled The high- IighTs of Deborah Shapiro, and Rolf Bjelke as They sailed Their AO fooT sTeel keTch pasT Svalbard, To The norTherly mosT laTiTude ever reached in a pri- vaTe sailing crafT. They Then Turned souTh To Greenland, Through The Panama Canal To The N Agn . 1 .aaa EasTer Island, PiTcairn island, Chilean PaTagonia, To Cape Horn, Then on To AnTarcTica, crossing The AnTarcTic Circle, norTh of Adelaide Island. The journey Took MO days, and They were meT by The harshesT of weaTher, below freezing Tem- peraTures, and rnenTal and physical exhausTion. This was an incredible journey, and an incredible 90 rninuTe presenTaTion. lm -, s J' ' 1 ,sy , f K- ggi v 6 . -c. ..e4..ZQ.', T 4 , AH . '. ' A, N 'f -ua ,':' fb M sv xr W 0 I 5 X . N as . W X k nA I Ja-615 wrjj? K? tiff 1 . , ' f In ,. if 'f - M , Q-C ' 5 ,. '- uv. gg G ' f if 14,54 , . Q. , r g i ' ' Q . i, . ' -'x f 1 , . V ' , ri -T' xfx .Q ' 'Z' lf, nbqf 5. .1 fm. T 4 M' A ral. ' ' .af 6 T uv' . "' 7' ofNorThern LighTs ' ' Y, R' fw's2f'Z"?', ' . ,. ' . nl 4'Q"'5Q' ' 'fi .. . in ' 31- , T .-5' ' ' A . " ' ,ij G.- T, NORTHERN LIGHTS ARCTIC-ANTARCTIC VOYAGE . Y!! - if f Z if . V EE ' 5 " f. , " ' P - 51 if '52 - I 5533 fi-3 5? E31 imma' Z Eu gil iii 531 :ff L5 3 ' . 5' is Tw E +2 if ,.pf':'A' fel, ' .V , .1 4 I' Q 5 Northern Lights f 7 U U-ki! I 0 'fl 1 AL ': 'K :gg . LD A X 1 f ffiififfa 0 ll u+i?' I' 2 w ,K -. H 'X 0 ,,,.,...-.- A LIVING DREAIVI Nayla lvlaroun is a 23 year old senior, lvlarkefing major. She is originally from Lebanon, and ourrenfly lives wiTh her family in Roslindale. Nayla's hobbies are aero- bics, nauTilus, and weighT-lifT- ing, and she formerly TaughT sailing aT U. Mass. In The fuTure, Nayla would like To combine poeTry wiTh adverTising, and possibly begin wriTing for Hallmark. She has al- ready begun submission To some small newspapers, and hopes To move on To bigger and beTTer Things by means of her poeTry. Nayla is proud To be gradu- aTing from U. Mass., and has oonTribuTed much To The school. Her poem, 'TA Living Dream", exemplifies This pride, and was inspired by her ThoughTs on graduaTion. ' 'W' 'fii1iZf.r,: f ZIV.- I 4'i?Z""'m O If Le1's share a rnomenf People AT U. Mass - BosTon Does This strike you as unusual. 4... Wdrwo mee-1 mv friend Idon'T believe in 'Q-.W A r.. mx 1,5405 1 Ll? 1 , , Y . .5 " K 1 S4- -F . S QF X x I' . K ,X e I U 1 wi' My v N' . -" , eff' l L5 . -V . 'wgimjgm-K -.. 1 , . sqnfl +V, .1-Q-"""'M ez, 4 2 I fu TY , .. 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IJ f "' 1 p 25 1. 4! f X . . 'hi T Q " 4 f if if g ' ,, . X f r - 4 T f rx me e s T T s J " 'T arTicle by Judy Grader and her classmafes. The sTudenTs ThaT Judy wriTes abouT deserve much crediT. They have families, jobs, and all The responsibilifies ThaT go wiTh Them, in addifion To Taking classes here aT U. lvlass. We would like To Take This Time To Thank all of These sTudenTs for all ThaT They conTribuTe To U. Mass. Y , , K Q 4 . f , Qw ik, M4 .vfflf .,. 27 X ,X X 4 ff' K x UnforTunaTeIy, we, as "older sTudenTs", could noT and did noT fully appreciafe The Hcollege life" as mosT freshmen know iT. Because we come from a ToTally differenT poinT of reference, full Time families and full Time responsibilifies, we could noT parTici- pafe in universiTy acTiviTies. The greaTesT loss of all was our inabiliTy To share a wealTh of life experience wiTh sTudenTs embarking on The journey of life. Perhaps The greaTesT joy was The friends ThaT we made while sfruggling To geT Through The "nexT paper". These bonds are noT Those ThaT will be easi- ly broken. There are Too many experiences ThaT bind us TighTly Togefher. The ingredienfs are a com- binaTion of love, laughfer, Tears, joy, and an over- whelming sense of accomplishmenT. Our wish for The classes ThaT succeed is To keep a sense of humor, realize ThaT There is a lighT aT The end of The Tunnel, and cherish The friends and The memories ThaT you have accumulaTed Through your life as a college sTudenT. Jeanne E. Gibbs Judy G. Grader Leah M. McKinnon Cafherine Salvucci l l l ll l il l l l r I l i l l l i l T il 13593 - if 'Q .,.-7 985 -K Q 1 A'-' f!A:!I JA' . "' lx Ich, .V Campus Life f 49 ARCDUND CAMPUS an isa H .li JP .afr- ff 1' 'BQ V, 1 2:1 ' ' f QQlf2'..' "' . - I ! ,, nv PM rl. 2. X , ' V -Y, A f f -1 . , -L u ' ft v K ks- ,. Af, " 2OfAround Compus 'Q' -N-"Y, sr' . bi Hg., . s -M ., sv? 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Kwanzaa cele- braTes The firsT harvesT in parTs of Africa, and This is a Time To esTablish personal goals and principles. Also, iT is a Time To recommiT To responsibil- iTies wiThin The Black communiTy. Kwanzaa begins on December 26. and lasTs for 7 days, and for each day There is one principle-uni- ig N 4, .K A- -. " ., Q N-Tj TTT ' I 1 ,f 5 ii" ,E 1 T i , . Agfiit-fri-I ' Ty, self deTerminaTion, collecTive work and responsibiliTy, cooperaTive economics, purpose, creaTiviTy, and faiTh. On each day. one candle is liT in honor of The principle iT repre- senTs. Kwanzaa is a holiday which should be celebraTed by all Black people. lT is a Time To uphold African principles, and iT is imporTanT To live by These principles ThroughouT The year. .A,i- T - . 1' . T-Taq. Iliff' A 5: Ai,,.N.-N, f.',,R,,i.x,y ,N -,f ... .f-.,'.i.,.mm PRESENTS KVVANZAA X,d' .iii 'S . 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'af I , . . , - f ' "9 ",r, 'f fn. f"'1 w1.v:'bu-Ql?k" 'uf l.vn2,iff, , ' J ., ,, , , 1 'Q "" -WW '11 MQ, J' was 1 ji-,A-13 ,1 f' , A :Q rv, - , ' V, ' if ?f 5 x f . ,,,. ,,4,,,,,ff f X' 'ff K ,, ,,. 5 f?pQ9"'74"' I r 'bf ,V , 1 1 y ,, 1 N Q .2 o , 4 ffaqwwyiv H I I I Xp! , IJ? 545 4, 4330 I 1 10' MS' ,, fu-mn, ,Af I -'sa J 2-1 7: Nw A Y NY,,5.,,:, N 1-1 Uh, '1-or .. .- I ,xi , , V17 wg E' . '1Q,,sy,Q?yg4g, PRETSIDENTS ADDRESS To The Class of 4988: CongraTuIaTions To The Class of '88. This year marks The l25Th Anniversary of The founding of The UniversiTy of lVlassachuseTTs. From our rural, agriculTural rooTs in The ConnecTicuT Valley, we have evolved inTo a comprehensive universiTy ThaT spans The CommonwealTh and Touches every parT of The globe. You are The legacy of ThaT hisTory5 you represenT The sTrengTh and power of This insTiTuTion. Your achievemenT is The realizaTion of our fundamenTal mission: To bring The land-granT TracliTion of Teaching, service, and research To all parTs of The CommonwealTh. ln The years ahead you will fill posiTions of influence and responsibiliTy in The arTs and educaTion, indusfry and government science and healTh. You will raise families and care for Those less forTunaTe. You will parTicipaTe in public affairs aT all levels. Your achievemenTs in These endeavors will be The ulTimaTe TesT of our ablliTies as Teachers and scholars. I am confidenT ThaT you will meeT your own and The UniversiTy's highesT expecTaTions. David C. Knapp PresidenT 36fAdminisTraTion CI-IANCELLOR .ai RGBERT A. CORRIGAN 's 'ani' C F CHANCELLCDITS ADDRESS IT is o pleosure To congroTuloTe The senior closs on your individuol ond collecTive ochievemenTs ond To wish you oil The besT os you groduoTe. You hove o greoT dedl To be proud of in whoT you hove occomplished oT The UniversiTy ond much To look Torword To os you move on To new chollenges. lvlony of you ore 'Tnon-TrodiTionol", in The sense ThoT you ore older ond more experienced professionolly Thon The overoge college groduoTe, buT There is noThing unTrodiTionol obouT your degree ond The opporTuniTies for leorning ThoT iT will provide you. You join o disTinguished fellowship of sTudenTs wiTh UniversiTy boccoloureoTes ond con creoTe your fuTure wiTh confidence ond compeTence. l hove seen our groduoTes Toke increosingly more imporTonT roles in The governmenT, indusTry, ond business of lViossochuseTTs, New Englond, ond our noTion. l know ThoT you will be joining Them in These exciTing ond imporTonT coreers. Over The posT nine yeors I hove been honored To leod The BosTon Cdmpus of The UniversiTy of MdssochuseTTs. During ThoT Time l hove seen UMossfBosTon grow To moTuriTy os on insTiTuTion, odding new ocodemic progroms, exponding opporTuniTies for groduoTe sTudy ond offering our firsT PhD. progroms in EnvironmenTol Sciences ond Clinicol Psychology. We hove developed new CenTer ond public service ond reseorch lnsTiTuTes, ond oTTrocTed o richly diverse ond TolenTed foculTy ond sTudenT body. We hove diverse ond TdlenTedfC1CulTy ond sTudenT body. We hove builT our reseorch copociTy wiTh mojor exTernol gronTs ond oTTrocTed subsTonTiol supporT for scholorship oicl. We hove been recognized in The noTionol medio os on ouTsTonding insTiTuTion. Among The higher educoTion communiTy we ore well respecTed for our ochievemenT in providing boTh occess ond excellence To o quoliTy educoTion. UMossfBosTon is now "perceived" os o firsT roTe insTiTuTion, someThing ThoT iT hos been in TdcT for mony yeors - ds you hove discovered over The course of your sToy here. l om proud of whoT hos been occomplished by so mony dedicoTed people oT The UniversiTy, ond olso redlisTic obour The work ThoT is sTill To be done, We need more spoce for our progrorns ond our sTudenTs. We need o sTudenT cenTer, ond we musT moke subsTonTiol renovoTions oT The DownTown Compus. We need greoTer resources for sTudenT supporT, for Teoching ond reseorch ossisTonTships ond for The llbrory services criTicol for progroms. WhoT hos been done well here oT UlVlossfBosTon, musT be boTh susTolned ond sTrengThened. Your conTinued odvococy for your olmo moTer will ploy ci mojor role in helping iT occomplish These gools in The fuTure. lvlony of you will, we hope, reTurn To us in The fuTure for conTinued sTudy oT The groduoTe level. You will hove The opporTuniTy To boTh porTicipoTe in The ongoing growTh ond developmenT of your UniversiTy ond reop The benefiTs of new dccomplishmenTs. We ore dll leovlng The UniversiTy in some wdy, l os Choncellor, you os sTudenTs. BuT l hope ThoT you will conTinue, dsl will, To be ombossodors of good will for UIVlC1sSfBOsTon. My Ties wiTh The UniversiTy will be sTrong, os l hope yours will be. lvly besT wishes To eoch of you. The Closs of T988 conTinues o growing TrodiTion of excellence. l soluTe you, ond ogoin offer my congroTuloTions. l?oberT A. Corrigon Choncellor 38fAdminisTroTion VICE CI-IANCELLORS Vice Chancellor For Academic Affairs Ana Provosi Beify Deiner or ,gi i A! Vice Chancellor For Aolminislraiion Ana Finance C. Thomas Baxler ,-1155, Edmund O'lVlalley Vice Chancellor For Exierrnal Affairs 'Wx ix Ad Slra T rlOfAdminisTraTlon Charles F. Desmond Vice Chancellor For Sluclenl Affairs VICE Cl-IANCELLORS Donald D. Babcock Vice Chancellor For Planning I iff! , ,gafffiz ' My , 1 Af 4-'V -A ff .f,wf., ,f:',q V -L v - A: . ' 4 43,1 i M, 13,5 I ,.:g,:qI',-7 1 ' 'f W 1 fgmdazyf " Zami' ?W2f1.",ln- f.-' ATHLETICS if Af 1 + '+f"r L ir' -+4-fir' Y fwfr fl r 5 g,Mf' ,cf L+ + 4++f +ff w V WOlVIEN'S BASKETBALL Ballann Row QL-R5 Jennifer Mills, Karen Coluci, Parli Lynn Granaio-Tap Raw CL-R5 Assislani Coach Julie Barren, Sonja Herring, Sfephanie Bogues Eilleen Fenlon, Faneernan llyas, Maura Linsky, Tiffany Moore, Assisrani Coach Carol Tnarnas, Head Coach Dale Snyder A2fWornen's Basketball , '. V' Q ,.,. 19 vve' 1 'sq ' , J ,mv ,155 fl, Q n qv ,QS ' 1 I Q ..... C1 Q' 4 fa Bo1TomQL-R3 Dan Bandar, Chris Hawley, Morris Levy, David Bouley, Adam Wong. Top QL-Ry Head Coach Michael Bradley, Tom Savoie, Kevin Counter, Warren Avery, Amir Gupta MEN'S TENNIS ke, Sporrsfdfi lVIEN'S LACROSSE i G My M .y '75 Ls.. 1' .... , .W L wi A ' v fig ! , , 7 K f gf? X Q vw-it in ' ii ,, ' 5: . . y A Y f i XE? 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M,....... ......-............. wf g- J , Fronf Row QL-RJ: Heod Cooch Bob Maguire, Sieve Richardson, Erik Brown, Chuck Morfin, Peter Gregory. Bock Row CL-Ry: Jerome Leonce, Mork Smith, Porrick Sylvain, Mike Desrochers, Assisioni Coach Bob Sheehon Sports Men's Indoor Trockf45 lVIEN'S I-ICDCKEY -2 'Q r 9' X Q ' 2 , 5 l , r A 5 5 E x'y.x I ,K, Z 5 lf: l A i , '1 , 'R l l 3 Q M A., ,. R ' . ,s or PHE' 5 Sd .Nur 13 ill Q iii Bottom Row QL-Ry: Jim Feeley, Scott Hogan, Tom Lee, Dan Fleming, Robert Solvaggi, James Duche, Peter Norton, Brian Boudreau. Middle Row QL-Ry: Head Coach Bill Steward, Charles Plaza, Dave Fasano, Assistant Coach Rod lsbister, John Haley, Coley wilson, Dennis Croke, Keith Smith, Bob Gervasi, Richard Ross. Chris Spillane, Rich Horrigan, Brian Assad, Roger Taddeo, Assistant Coach Joe Curran. Top Row CL-RJ: David A Noone, Joe Andivinola, Paul Mead, Sean Themeli, Ted Wright, Mark Bourgeois, David Cooke, Sill Ferera, Anthony Desirnone, Head Trainer Brian Fitzgerald l Goals By Period 'l 2 .3 OT Totals, UMB 54 54 45 4 454 oPPoNENrs 34 45 45 4 428 , J i ll 461 lVlen's Hockey Sports A K .', I .323 1 f S fd . A8fSpor1s ,f f -4 X '.2f.,fL . T ,.,. N rf R K , Y , ..,, if f ' ff 1 X iga ' I f f ff ,, it , f, AL up x 1 X' as 'Y w .K 3 SSN f X .XXXS V X A 1 X 5 .n 3 u w f X f 3 Qu! fp My X L, f H XXX? ' --fra f ' 0 me ,wfii ff' XXXXSX- K ' fam, , f EN rw 1 XX . X5 1 1 ' A XXXXXQ , H I w f ,Jil H -- 'E . . - 1 XX V, , X xi -N ,k ' 4 Mm ti 31 XXXR3 x 1 , f 5 i X , f f A ",.X:TX, f X f , X f XXX Q. f X f f 0 f 9 f 1 , f .XS g Z 27 gi ,f 2 IVlEN'S WRESTLING fWQv3Q1k: V A In i"'v- Swx 1.4-4+ gg, -- in wr ' ':,.f3,fq.1gg.fffQ -. .Q Q P Xe if O Bottom Row QL-R7 Dennis Decosie, Tom Cockereil, Thomos Missefi, Tom Pomello, Moriy Dundon, Alon O'Connor, Chris Brown, Top Row QL-RJ Ed Morinilli, Jeff Pioii, Eric Weinberg, Pciul Curron, Poui Bussolini. Sporis iVIen's Wresiiingfzw IVlEN'S AND WOIVIEIXVS SWIMMING UIVIB SVVIIVIIVIING Bohom Row QL-Ry Mary Reynolds, Caroljo Killeen, Lisa Bailey, Debbie Willis. Middle Row CL-Ry Cathy Maloney, Sarah Trask, Joe Dezolell, George Hickey, Gerard Lowry. Top Row CL-Ry Head Coach Marie Kenney, Chuck, Dimilrios Kalakanis 5OfNlen's And Wornen's Swimming Sports 51' C1 Bottom QE.-RJ Marie Dante-E. Danelle Boyd, Soni Larts, Andrea Flash, Genesia Eddins, Sonji Hentng, Kim Mccarrhy: Top CL-Ry Head Coach Sherman Hart, Donna Bogues, Eiieen Kelly, Jackie James, Stephanie Bogues, Charlotte Winward, Thayer Plante, Murtonda Dufant, Assistant Coach Geoff Hennessey. ' Sports Women'sfSpring Trackf54 UIVIB VVOIVIEN'S INDOOR TRACK Boiiom Row QL-Ry Assistant Coach Anne Brisseff, Murranaa Durant, Marie Daniels, Dareile Boyd, Sonji Larfs, Genesia Eddins, Head Coach Sherman Hari. Top Row QL-RJ Geoff Hennessey, Jackie James, Kim McCarthy, Andrea Flash, Karen Manganaro, Danna Bogues. Eileen Kelley. Debbie D'EnTre-mont. NCAA DIVISION III INDOOR TRACK CHAMPIONS x IVlEN'S QUTDOOR TRACK r. f di 1 :' 'V ,... ev iq " . 1 6 ,L 7,-1 on I ' fm if x q, o, Y - -' r x W Y ., N 1- 4Jii,mw.'3V L, vp' .. QL, , -v Lx. Q fi rg Q 4 xr, ' s 3, .r,-K .M-, , '11-1 f A 4-if ' 'iff F'--45' K X' ' , X L5 V .f qui. X .Urs ,J if Kiwis! 2' .fw3E'X2'1Sif?Zf'n f-sv' Um . 1,17 'F' . .fff ff' fa. ' , Qfgfiifffwf W ' . '53 ""'k,r-. Bottom QL RJ Chuck Morhn Muke Desrochers TOP CL RJ Heod Gooch Bob Maguire, Peter Gregory, Erik Brown, Patrick Sylvoin, Chris D'Aniello. X X ,f, f f f W, X f f ff j Q ' X .. I I - ill. K f ir, .15 -f" 1 ' , c Cf "I" mf ' " ig f M P P fa P Q . Q4 I P Sports Men's Outdoor Trockf53 Q E S i E ummm, 4 lVIEN'S BASEBALL XXI f ag my , 1 4 xl A is 'gg g,l6:g,4f5,! ,gn 1 L Q i omm 2 W' if ' '1-A We ' ' , fll- N 3 xv, X XVI, W 2 x ' E' '22 .L - I , i V,,, G Bottom QL-RJ Scott Holmes, Chuck Locke, Lorry Scocchl, Tom McComb, Som Sfeod, Lee Mofdri, Nick Christioni. Bob MccfKenzleg Fred Quirmlohi Middle Row CL-RJ Tim McPhilIips, Greg McGinni'ry, Jeff Goudef, Steve Doley, Sieve Murphy, Dove Boule. Assistonfr Cooch Rene Lopez Top Row Heod Couch Pete Cenfolo, Bryon Griffin, Dove Dowber, Lot Bates, Peter Albono, Jon Sufherby, Steve Coffey, if ' 'L V 4 X X 7 Q 54fMen's Boseboll SporTs M 5 . 3 X Q n-wil ag ns... 4 SLE' wg "' - f,'. ,v M .Ni sf 5 1? if ,ha - 'fQ5?T,7'YH 'Swv A M I ,. -I V A r '- , , fl' sc. K. 34 VVCDlVlEN'S SOFTBALL Bollom QL-RJ Susan Daley, Chris Cucinaira, Julie Barrehi, Janice Cole, Maura Linskey: Top CL-Ry Assislanl Coach .lim McBride, Karen Coluci. Tracy McCarthy. Anne Herbsi, Jennifer Mills, Meghan O'Brien, Ann Anderlionis. Head Coach Colleen McBride Sporlsf55 1 hM.A.,.f-1.V ,-,:.:,,- W --,,:- - ,,:1,. -711 ,: Q: M41 . l - .+.4..w..a. .....-,,,A..,,.4,, .. , M ,www -W, M an-an Www MWM LW. , Q ,.- ., Wang., 2 Vff,W.Wff-fir.x,f,,,w:gef.,1,4ffMw.w f f' Mt! www M g 1 - W ,. . Q, , X Awww: L., ,WW ff ,. ,.-mm.. 4. wh.. .H , ,M-ff.- f inn n, w.,:.N.,fm.,.f.b.-,-4f..-,..1,w.f,wW..,44,4,,a.,. .,.w,,w W. , , , .. .,A,,... ,...,m.wn-wwf ikbhl mv 4 I -Lg v r DANCE THEATRE The UMassfBosTon Dance TheaTer is a performing arTs organizaTion. We have represenTed UMassfBosTon aT The Museum of Fine ArTs, The Children's Museum, BosTon CiTy Hall and numerous public schools. Our goal has been To pro- moTe The arTs and physical educalion. The Dance TheaTer is composed of UMass sTudenTs of all dance levels. Membership is open To all sTudenTs willing To learn and work hard aTTending group rehearsals and re- hearsing on Their own. UlTimaTely, These long hours of work lead To well aTTended professional qualiTy dance concerTs, lT is during These performances ThaT The dancers have The pleasure of presenTing The resulTs of Their work. In addiTion To The general sTudenT members, The club is comprised of a presidenT, Jim Spellmang a vice presidenTf Treasurer, Ellen GyfTopoulosg a sTudenT concerT commiTTee: and a faculTy advisor, Dr. MargareT Pappalardo. IT is This group ThaT does The producTion work such as The hiring of ouTside choreographers and oThers who are needed To puT on a professional qualiTy producTion. Jim Spellman has led The club for The pasT four years, and has worked very hard To help bring The qualify of The club To where iT is Today. This year The Dance TheaTer has produced Two major concerTs, On December Q, 4987, iT presenTed The premier "Holiday Surprise" aT The CPCS campus. This producTion was choreographed and direcTed by Ellen GyfTopoulos. IT was a Take off of The Nufcracker, and was performed mainly for The UMass Day Care CenTer children, Much Thanks musT be given To lrene Ryan from STudenT AcTiviTies aT The CPCS who coordinaTed The producTion, and To FriTzi, wiThouT whom The show could noT have gone on. The second major producTion will be held on May 'l3 and lil, 4988. This will be The UMass spring concerT l'Dance Designs" which will be performed in The VVheaTley AudiTo- rium aT The l-larbor Campus. ln closing, The Dance TheaTer would like To Thank The following people who have assisTed in The developmenf of The club in The pasT four years: Dr. MargareT Pappalardo, Rebecca G-arneTT, AniTa Havel, Marge l-lauprich-Wilson, Diane Fabiano, Tom Mulloy, Drew Francis and The lighTing design sTudenTs, lrene Ryan, STudenT AcTiviTies, The Physical Educarion DeparTmenT, and The whole UMB communiTy. Dance and be free. Dance Thearref57 DANCE THEATRE PROGRAM Ji, wi BOARD The 4987-88 school year marked The firsT year Thaf The U MassfBosTon Program Board funcfioned separafely raTher Than as parT of STudenT Senafe. Through The hard work of iT's members, The Program Board sponsored many of This year's campus acTiviTies, A few of These evenTs were The TickeT series, bleacher creafures, comedy series, dance series, Cafe Jazz series, Thompson's Island, Senior Splash, l-larbor Cruise, The film series, and The Spring ExTravaganza. The Program Board members each handled differenf evenTs, and all worked very hard. Diane Fabiano was in charge of social evenTs, and The Tickef series. Among The many social evenTs, was The l-larbor Cruise, Senior Splash, and The Spring ExTravaganza. The TiclceT series offered UMass sTudenTs TickeTs To various producTions, such as Les Miserables, aT discounT prices. Michelle Piccardo was The Performing ArTs Coordinafor. Michelle was, among oTher Things, responsible for The Cafe Jazz Series. Susan Wheeler was coordinaTor of The UMass Lecfure Series. Susan was responsible for such lecfures as Bella Abzug, prominenT female polifician, acTive in issues such as civil righTs, and world peace. Jim Spellman was The Program Board CPCS liasion. Jim handled programs beTween CPCS, and UMass Bosfon Harbor Campus. Mary-Lisa Fox was The coordinafor of The Film Series, and The AlTernaTive Film Series. This program sponsored various films made available To UMass sTudenTs. The Program Board's firsT year was a huge success, as is evidenf by The long lisT of acTivifies They sponsored. They held a diversiTy of acTiviTies, ThaT were of inTeresT To everyone. They all deserve congraTulaTions for a difficulT job superbly done!! 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Q 4 g g , 1 S ' ,, 4 I - - f ' ' 5 y , X M ., a xNX2 dew fwfr' ig- Y VVOlVIEN'S CENTER '9 5 RSO'sf6O ., ' uma 'f .Q T J TI-IE BLACK STUDENT CENTER T' A In ' 5 . Q T f T if W '- - I -,-. 1 - 'i XE gi", M ,X- .Q A , v.-x 'AA' rv 1 AQ' .UN n' H , 17 If 3 , M52 .apn- .. .. .... QQ!! inlh i -.. htnliimrs '-r.--.. 5 4 fill-..nQ.il1. 7 I -u-...... W-0 SMS b Q Q N QQ 2 :gn si , ' QR Q V if 'Qui an :Swv ,QQ STUDENT SENATE Y 5, TT 'h2:T?Q. ,":'w T Jeffrey Krumine, Senare Saeaker Roben' Corrigan, Chancellor Kent Benjamin, Associafe Speaker THE MASS IVEDIAI gil 3.1,'.....4.:gas-'ui 5 f-n 2.,'W 1 .Wi L., 'F-I 475 4. Is, S i 0 mf7.:15 Back row QL-RJ Scott Van Vorhis, Typesetterf Advisor Donna Neil, News Editor Chris Ackerman, Associate Copy Editor Bet Regan-Second Row CL-RJ Associate Photo Editor Brian Feeney, Official Mass Media Spokesman Scott Stanley, Ace Reporter Cecelia Wong. Associate News Editor Gretchen Riemer, Editor-ln-Chief W.C. Platt, Managing Editor Terri Macieiunes, Associate Feature Editor Mike Dubson. Front row: Krystyna Wieckiewicz, photography editor, Copy Editor Nora Begley, Assoc. News Editor P.F. Defazio seated front: Staff Artist John Trumbull Working for the Mass Media is more than a student activity. it is a rewarding way to get behind in your school work. Producing a paper every week for 32 weeks while going to school and work- ing ain't no good life but it's our life. To top it off, we tried to churn out something that people would want to read, and we suc- ceeded at that from time to time. On the inside the Mass Media is a restful and friendly place to work, not unlike the French revolution. We will long remember those happy encounters between feature editor and production editor on Tuesday afternoon, relaxing Monday afternoons fcopy's favorite dayp and of course the ripping good times we had in editorial board meetings. Good luck to Gigi and her little one, the coilege job guide, comrade Tran, and of course Ack and his scurvy crew of galleywaxers. Any future correspondence to the 1987-88 Mass Media should be directed to the 4987-88 Mass Media Official Spokesman Scott Stanley. Good Luck finding him. t is A , 25- k 7 J '. - -A ' , ,, 2 ig! -f ' ' fi -f1s'Us..L p A q b V F5 , i ' f ' 4 'A tg f V . ' ,. V .az Photo Editor Hien Tran and Editor-In-Chief W.C. Platt on assignment in Washington DC. Mass Media! 73 I M.-. ., . , ,. , - 5 5' o -' ,. a 'fe Q ' 32 Q r... 1- V, 4 fain .IQ 5, gv ,.'- 1 ,- in ' r 595531 -:ui-iii 1 1' , x, .. ...gg ze. A N A ., g-m y ,elm ,4 I Q. 1 Qi we kc 1 f Q ..-.,. '-w-M-9...,,. i x , :, Z , , f5J x.17 , Arts and Feature Ediior Gigi Piccilio and Associaie Copy Ediior Teresa Soares snare a laugh over a Iaie breaking movie review, SporTs Editor John "Scoop" Kupris gaihers a IiT'rie susie- nance before a grueling morning of Sporis Snoris wriiing. 1-'99 'N-....,,,i J Sn at . mm- .. Y ...1 1 K. 1 , , C 4' gli!" 1 , 4,1 'Q f r X " fir! ,-yy ' ' , ,M Uncnaracferisficaily calm Mass Media Ediiorial Board meeiing. PIaT'r's commiimeni To anarchisiic-Jeffersonian-Democracy resulfed in many raucous and somefimes violeni board meeiings. SAMUEL ADAIVIS SOCIETY ' ' ,., .M ,, ,M A . 1 A..,v,,w:4ss-n . W A - - r r, ,.:.s,,, ,'.',w - -'sp 4, 'T A SS A 5 Us if T 0 w"N: I I .f-444i '31 The Samuel Adams SocieTy is an organizaTion of siu- denTs, aT UlVlassfl3osTon, lnTeresTed in individual freedom in The scholasTic communiTy. The SocieTy was formed as a response To The apparenT lopsidedness of poliTically acTive clubs on campus. Samuel Adams was chosen as The SocieTy's paTriarch because The founders felT ThaT The "Incendiary of The American l?evoluTion" is a perfecT example, of a fighTer for freedom, who used The mind as well as appropriaTe TacTics To Thwarf Tyranny. The UMass Bosfonian is published by The Sociefy. The aim of The Bosfonian is To provide a forum of relevanT issues and opinions. The socieTy has drawn conTribuTors from all parTs of The UMB campus, including alumni. Analyses of such Topics as PresidenTial Candidafes' fo- rums, The OcTober Siock lVlarkeT fall, and The siTuaTion in AfghanisTan have highlighTed This year's issues. The BosTo- nian has ediTorialized: for The righTs of non-smokers on campus, for The wrifing proficiency exam, againsT abuses aT The free speech wall, and, before all oThers, againsf The sale of frauduleni "rlpoff" goods on campus, RSO'sf75 W an Sw 2 A xtft C ff 1 if Yi, fQ: , VVV- , iff f W "1 441:15 ,sf A ' . , H 0 V, f 7 f "" , 4 f 'ffl' Q ,,1..V ., Q I X ,., 6 ,g ,ff , 54 fl f xv f, ' - . lfwfff' ff'f65Zi'i X QW," ff S'5 'Kl 7 f ' 1 m . ' , f , . 'UWM 'ff' 44 -,-- X Q' f' .. ffn ff , 9Qw' iQ1N5ib2fu QQQ xLx, ' Vk,f Us WW, , 4M7f ' ff ,f 76, L -xx,-4 00 f 5 Nawaz ."::f.::wx .9 .Ni ze. wwf, Ns""""n 'asa WT' 1 E 5? . 4 , . 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