University of New Haven - Chariot Yearbook (West Haven, CT)

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CHARIOT vV « " .v ♦ • • ♦ % Chariot As 1986-1987 year progressed, the new things on campus and in our lives blossomed. This book is dedicated to all those things that were new. VOLUME 24 University of New Haven West Haven, CT 06516 The Contemporary . . . O above: The banner bandits are coming above, right: The brothers at work. below, right: The meeting of the minds. right: Anticipating the victory. U.N.H. IN A CLASS BY ITSELF This topic truly summarizes the uniquely structured college we attend. U.N.H. is not only known for its ability to make incoming and currently enrolled students feel right at home, but in fact serves as a stepping stone to the gates of success. Our students benefits from the closely supervised class room ses- sions and the student to teacher relationship. Most importantly U.N. hi. shows a deep interest in the educa- tional and personal growth of the student. Therefore, I say to you, the fellow Chargers when you think of your Alma Mata think of its excellences. Original . . . O r i s; aitt.. : ' £ s : ' i uiM x- m above: " The winning pitch " top: It ' s a base hit. left: Get ready for the play below: Go, Fight, Win! In 1986-87, UNH experienced a brand new era in Divis ion II sports. The girdiron team came off one of the best seasons in several years. The soccer, volleyball and basketball teams came off great as usual. Our men ' s basketball team had its best showing in UNH history as it en- tered the NCAA ' s. The greatest achieve- ment for UNH was when the lady Char- gers hoopster team defeated Cal-Poly Pamona (77-75) to capture a NCAA Divi- sion II Championship. o above: All Always interested in seeing their students make it. Unique left: Baseball coach " Porky " Viery after a long days work. During the academic school year of 1986- 1987, the University of New Haven said its farewell wishes to a few old faces and welcome to new faces and new changes. At the end of the fall semester came about a change in the food service department on campus. The change was due to the resignation of Geoff Ramsey and Da vid Murphy. In addition to these changes the university has employed new management staff In administration: Benevento to Carilli, — Caruso to Everhart, — UNH security to UNH Police department, — Don Scott, director of security to Chief of Police In DSC: Santucci to Bucci, Other changes: — more students living on campus, — more social activities, — Housing office to Residential life and Charger Tavern to Charger Cafe. above: Tennis coach giving advice left: The place where decisions are made. rand New . . . O C " • m • 1 J K f " V above: Get into the Groove The social calender at U.N.H was a very special part of the way we lived. The 1986- 1987 school year gave us con- certs by top name performers, dances and mixers with the best bands and D.j.s, lectures for the intelect and block- buster movies to arouse our sense. To add to the list, the U.N.H theater depart- ment has become one of the best in the area drawing actors and viewers from around the nation. When others ask us how did we get so socially enriched, we explain that it ' s nothing new. top: Butterflies are free above: Southside Johnny the Jukes The Totally Different . . . O above: " Say cheese ' How do college students differs ' College students are unique, career oriented — They go to classes, while balancing check books, doing internships, studying, working 2- 3 part-time jobs, eating, sleeping, skipping classes, protesting, learning to cope with roommates, preregistration, finals, spring break, graduation, job hunt for seniors, fresh- men orientation, term papers, wearing the Yight " clothes, attending meetings, belonging to clubs, helping fellow peers, having a good time, finding that special someone — not find- ing that special someone, going to beach par- ties, making noise in the library, and most of all developing long lasting friendships. fkipi riCf an l A 1« » » ♦ How do we live ? Where do we live 1 With whom do we live with { ' What will I do with my spare time ? The enrollment of U.N.H is almost 2000. This number keeps the bonds that lasts a lifetime. We live together, laugh together and cry together This is what makes U.N.H community strong. For those on the outside looking in we invite them to our house to learn whats new. Unfamiliar Living Spaces The Move on Campus I get to this school and I ' m the first person to move into the dorm. It ' s cold, dark and I haven ' t the foggiest idea who my roommate may be. Oh God! I hope I don ' t get a slob or a junkie for a room- mate. Oh, Oh! 1 got an athelete from New- ark for a roommate. I hope he doesn ' t wreck the place. Wouldn ' t you know it, I got a lacrosse player for a roommate too and he ' s a very mellow guy. I ' m really getting psyched now because I have a great roommate, classes are going well, and I have my own kitchen. Yeah!, can you believe it? I thought that a dorm room was four walls and a closet. It ' s too bad that the freshmen have to suffer. Oh well, better luck next year. When study time comes, I just go to the study corner, (thank God those la- crosse guys are practicing) When its time to relax, I can blast my stereo and stump my feet like the guys upstairs. Then when its time to party we empty that old refrigerator of ours and fill it with half a keg. I ' ll tell ya, I wish home was like this. above: Volleyball anyone? ♦ ♦ ♦ • 4 !5 left: " unregistered guest " below: " A change of pace " above: " A big one coming up " left: Yeah! ♦ fe. : " ; rr. - What am I gonna do next? r above: Make my day . above: Hey, How is it up there? above: Reach out and touch someone. Some Good Old Fun . . . Life On Campus STUDENT LIFE AT U.N.H. WHAT IT ' S ALL ABOUT Along with being an educational insti- tution, U.N.H. offers many opportunities for personal growth. First of all, college life is what you make it and at U.N.H., there is a lot of potential to make it good. The Day Student Government and other organizations which each and very stu- dent is urged to get involved with spon- sor various social and educational func- tions such as, lectures, beach parties, movies, dances, theatre performations, concerts, magicians and the list can go on and on. These functions all add to the enjoyment of life at U.N.H. One major advantage to U.N.H being a small school is the close knit relationships students have of each other. U.N.H. is a breeding ground for long term friendships and quality students. For those of us who like the challenge of new technology, a game room com- posed of numerous video games along with a pool table and ping pong tables. For those of us who would like to get off campus once in a while, there are var- ious clubs within the campus area, UNH may not be a large school and may not be one of the top party schools, but in its own and very special way, UNH rocks. top left: Sign of excellence above: Fill it to the rim with brim. left: Macho Man 5f 17 This is the way . right: " If my mom could see me now? " STUDENTS LIFE AT U.N.H. The life at U.N.H is rather peculiar, each student does his or her own thing. While one student might be sitting around in charger cafe relaxing to the sounds of newly released videos, on a wide screen television. Another could be enjoying a nutritional nneal prepared by our professional staff of cooks and bakers. There is just one catch to all this bazzar way of having fun is an old quo- tation. " When you are in Rome do as the Romans do, and when you are at the University of New Haven do as the char- gers do. right: Essential for studying .:.:!!!«i m mmm W r w l HpBI I We Do it!! left: Watch out Lionel Richie! left: Stars incognito ♦ Fall Concert 9(1%% Jam 20 Social Schedule Page 22 Live it 3f UP " This is the best social r,? ' " " ' ' -? ' w(» ' ever had " by Rich Solani ' ] iririririririririririririri iririririririririririririr 3f Homecoming Page 26 Social • • •••• •: 3f Fall Schedule 5f Sept. 4 Welcome back mixer Sept. 12 Ronny Romm ESP Show Sept. 18 Hot Legs mixer Sept. 25 Comedy night Oct. 2 Ray Boston, Comedian Oct. 9 Hot Acoustics, band Oct. 13 Rick Wilson, guitarist Oct. 17 White Wells, 50 ' s dance Oct. 18 Southside Johnny the Jukes, band Oct. 23 ' ' We Can Make You Laugh " Comedy Show Oct. 30 Halloween Mixer Nov. 5 Sound X Band Nov. 6 Outrageous Obstacle Course Nov. 13 Valley of Kings, band Dec. 4 Toga Party Dec. 11 Dan MaCarthy, Musician ! ! • ♦! Schedule •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••t» Jan. 28 Toga Party Jan. 29 Comedy Nigiit Feb. 5 XKP Mixer Feb. 12 Dating Game Feb. 19 Chillie Willie Band Feb. 26 Comic Magician Mar. 5 Magician Hypnotist Mar. 9 The Radiators Band Mar. 26 Rick Wilson, musician Mar. 27 Semi-Formal Apr. 23 Air Guitar Lip Sync Apr. 29 XKP Fashion Show Apr. 30 Hot Accoustic May 1 May Day May 2 Greek All-Stars Spring Schedule right: Jammin ' wid de jam band Sights Sounds featuring . . . Southside Johnny The Jukes The renown Southside Johnny and the Jukes came to entertain the University of New Haven. North Campus rocked on the night of hom ecoming to the top 40 hits and originals that made them great. In the company of a loud, hot and lively crowd, the band performed as well as the scouts promised that they were. Their spirit was evident as students could not hold them- selves to their seats. They were dancing, cheering and signing to fuel the fire that had already start- above: Whirling Dervish and the crew 24 left: Hey, where is the rest of the gang ed. We all wished that the fun would never end, and we wouldn ' t go home. We asked for more and more until we got what we wanted. We stomped, pound- ed and screamed until we couldn ' t scream anymore. What else could we ask for a day of fun and festivi- ties a football game and top band with contempory music. The Whirling Dervishes opened the way for Southside Johnny and they really warmed the house. By the time Southside Johnny came on, the Gym was really rocking and if gave us that lasted for hours. The time came when we had to say goodby and let Johnny get some rest. We did this only with the promise that they would return in the future. top left: Southside johnny, Leader of the band left: Southside Johnny and the rest of the band s " Who are they? " Ivo Philbert V inois isions In The Beginning Visions of Homecoming Ruled the Land I see it, I see a vision, a vision of celebration and jublilation. It ' s early now but soon there will be a cele- bration that we will never forget, I see a queen, one with beauty and glitter. I see her with a king, a figure that speaks for strength. Then I see a celebration after their crowing, a celebration that they will lead. There will be a parade that next day to show the students, parents and faculty that the spirit at hand will never end. Then there will be a football game, a game where our boys in blue will try to defend the honor of the land. When it ' s all done and the defenders have come home. We will feast and en- joy our victory. When the week- end is over and we ' re back to E110 the visions of Homecoming will never end. right: ludicial Board Sanction i " John did a great job! near bottom: Visions far bottom: the latest dance - the squat 5WER THE m 3f It was a time to rememt er " by Monica Lowe • 28 The most exciting day of UNH history is Homecoming. Home- coming is comprised of ail the clubs and organizations on campus com- peting in the banner contest . . . the spectacular crowning of the King and Queen and to polish off the evening, we end with the sen- sational 50 ' s mixers. In the Banner contest, paint, stencils, poster- board and students were all over the place. The students worked di- ligently on what they hoped to be the winning banner. The banners were of glitter, glamour and theme. The themes ranged from " sting the bees " to " Get em Chargers. " Cre- ativity, originality, color and pride were the motto ' s of all who took part. Who would win was a pre- vailing question among all. But no matter who got the first prize, they were all winners. Following the banner contest, was the introduction of the king and queen contestants. The MC called the contestants to the front and they all stepped forward very queenly and kingly. This allowed the audience a chance to take a final look before the winners were announced. The next step was the A Night to Remember ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• left: The Royal party breath taking crowning of the king and queen. The main lawn was covered with students, faculty, and photographers. Everyone was waiting in anticipation, for who would be the next King and Queen of UNH. The MC announced the runner-ups and the crowd were extatic. It was time. The moment we ' ve all been waiting for, the next 1986 Homecoming King and Queen are . . . Dave Peterson and Diane Esposito. The grand finale was the fantas- tic 50 ' s mixer which made the day complete. The mixer was one filled with many old classics which brought back many old memories. Old dances, old styles of dressing . . . you name it, it came back to mind. This mixer gave students a chance to relive the past — a past filled with uniqueness and style. -r«- V top right: This is better than a Calgon bath m far right: llling lunior High Band at work A right: I ' d rather have a lite ... a Bud lite. 3f F yHUGJUWRHIGH SCHOOL BAND ' ' ' •Wkv - ' ' - few. Blue Gold Spirits run high The Saturday of homecoming was one that will always be re- membered at the University of New Haven. The day started with a parade. The clubs and organiza- tions all lined up with their banners and floats and marched to the North Campus to see the big foot- ball game between the UNH Chargers and the AlC Yellow Jack- ets. Unfortunately for the Char- gers, the Yellow jackets walked away with a victory. However, de- spite the defeat, the crowd was one of much hope and optimism. After the game, everyone headed for the Lobster bake which was sponsored by the Alumni Associ- ation. This was a wonderful event. It allowed UNH alumni, undergrad- uates, graduates, and faculty staff members an opportunity to unite and enjoy the afternoon to- gether. When the sun started to go down, everyone headed for home. It was time to refresh your- self and rush to the Fall Concert in the North Campus Gymnasium. Everyone danced and partied all night to the music of Marshal Kren- shaw. That Saturday will always be remembered. left: " Hey, I ' m a star " Winding . . . Down ' hI 9 1 1 1 1 Ml 1 As we celebrated our blue and gold homecoming, we waited in anticipation for what we knew would be the main event. The football game! The trot down to the field seemed to get longer and longer. The huge crowd was nearly going grantic. As the team headed on the field, everyone knew we were going to do it. Then the Kick off! Everyone, faculty and students showed their spirit for the boys in blue. We scored first and that vi- sion of victory danced through our heads. A.I.C. Scored twice and we started to wonder. WE scored again and so did they. The crowd sat on the edge of their chairs. By halftime we still knew we could do it. The llling Junior High School band played at halftime to help soothe our nerves. But at the start of the second half it was back to nail biting. Final score was in favor of . . . A.I.C. That ' s right but to us the boys in blue still did it. Jf JfJfJf right: We want a touchdown Mike left: The day started well as UNH anticipated a big win. 1 «. fH 1 ' %P»V , ' Js left: On a long and cold October afternoon the crowd was silent. 3f " After the first quarter, there was some- thing missing " . -Serhat Kotak • ••• • •••• left: The A.I.C. running attack made the day very rough for UNH. 33 at ' S all this? 1-,- ' Jl above: The beer tent was always a favorite at- ' , traction of the students as you see. " 9 9 9 9 9 ■ . 9 9 above: Most of the day went well, but Dr. above: Between sets, tired students often ??????? ;Everhart just wants to. make sure, took the tim to gp over tonight ' s plans. . 999999999 ' ? 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 ? ? ? ? 34 9999999999999 9 9 9 9 9 9 , left: Before the appearance of loan left, these : students decided to get " prepared. " left: May Day is a time for everyone to let their hair down. Sandy Loether, the Assistant to the Vice President and Alexis Sommers, the Provost. What ' s big, loud, and makes you dance on the first weekend of May; If you guessed that it is some kinda cele- bration well, you ' re close. This is the celebration to kick off the spring season! At 6:00 a.m. members of the U.N.H. community will start the set up for the event that will rock all of New Haven on this Friday afternoon. Don ' t worry most classes are cancelled. There will be food, drink and other beverages (use your imagination). There will be many people dancing, singing, partying and simply having lots of fun. In case you haven ' t figured it out yet, they call this fun, they call this excite- ment, they call this . . . MAY DAY! top left: These lacross players hadto practice later that day but they did get to see the main attraction. bottom left: )ust like students, faculty and staff members enjoyed the day. 35 I I I ,,11,111 a iove: " I Love Rock; and Roll, " loan lettmesmer- abpve: As they performed " Everyday People, " Ized the audience. the crowd could only stare. . ! I ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! I I ! ! ! ! ! ! I I I [ ! j I I I j I I t !!!!!! I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I III I I I t !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I I ! I ! I I I I I I 1 I ! I I ) t I ) I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 Ill I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I t I I I I I I I I I I I I I I III !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I I I I t I I I I I t t I I I I I I I I I I I I I I t I t I I I t I I I I I I I I I I I I I I t I I I I t i I I !!!!!! !!!!!! 1 t 1 1 ! I ! I ! ! ! ! I rrJn idtheYg i goodnarrw lOoeu ! ! I I I I I I I I t I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I top: This Blackheart totally put the crowd in a trance. I I I t I I I I I I I I I I I I Then it came! May Day!, students, faculty and people from all over the New England area came to see the event of the year. The four band music sweep? didn ' t let anyone down as four bands played for five hours. The main attraction of the day was Joan Jett and the Blackhearts. Joan Jett started the music set with hit tunes like VI love Rock Roll, " and " Everyday Peo- ple. " You could tell it was a success as people celebrated because the beer t nt was almost empty. . After two encore performances they . finally had to leave but not before giving everyone what they had paid for. Suc- cess was evident as seen in the glassy eyes of her audience. From that moment on we knew many things were to come. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I bottom: As you see The Blackhearts worked as hard as anyone to bring sound of success. I I t I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I t I I I I I 11 Also featuring . . . The Del Fuegos, Max Creek, Salt Pepa " Salt and Pepa were Fly! " -Richard Ware right: The last performance was Salt and Pepa The band had hands waving till 6:00. The Del Fuegos went next and since everyone ' s knees were already bounc- ing they thought they would get in on the groove. They were followed by Max Creek and Salt Pepa and it became hard to stand in one spot for more than five sec- onds. For some it became too much as sounds and rhythm hit their spine and they danced in the street. Six o ' clock strolled by and it was time to leave but no one wanted to leave. You see after a day like this at U.N.H. there was this restlessness amongst the people. When the bands had gone and this day was done, everyone knew that Spring had finally come. ss above: Max Creek played to the sounds of new wave. right : The DelFuegos performed and got the crowd out of their seats. ! ! ! I ! I j t I I I ) I I I I ! t I I I i I ) I I I I I I I I I ! ! • I I I I I I left: Members of the Max Creek band let the music fill the air. ! ! ! ! I t f I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I 1 I t I I I I I I !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ! So, What does it all mean? 11)11 I I I I I I j I t I I I I I ! ! ! ! ! ! I I I I I ! I ! ! ! ! ! ! Cathy Cuiano I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I right: Members of the band keeping control for the DelFuegos: I will explain it the best that I can, but it was one of those things that you have to see it to believe it. Imagine your wildest fantasy where you and your friends were lost in a place where the only thing you were able to do was have good clean fun. Food, music . . . party! But you see the thing that made this event successful as it was, wasn ' t just the appearance of top name bands, but it was the fun that we made and had with each other, our friends and foes. The day started at 6:00 a.m. with only one thing on everyone ' s mind, have fun! During the day you could get beer (if 2 1 ), shish-kabobs, or even personalized pic- ture buttons. That ' s what it ' s all about. It was awesome, it was a blast it was May Day ' 87. , , , , , , above: Resident Director Terry Corchran shows ! I I I !!!!!! : that she approves. 9 I right: This is what it ' s all about, they ' ll show you I r I I I 1 I I ! I h!ow. ... 40 I I 1 I I I I 1 I ! r I ! ! I ! ! ! ! ! I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I ! ! I I I I I I I above left: In her encore performance loan |ett gave this crowd a day to remember I ! I ( I 1 I ! » -I Hockus Pockus Hot Friday in the Tavern above: " I can read your mind, the magician. Ronnie Romm AAAlakazamm! and from nowhere there it was! Anything you want just name it! How would I describe it? Excit- ing, and intriguing. Most students just spent most of their time sitting on seat ' s edge wondering what was going to hap- pen next. Ronnie Romm a New England renown magician was the main attraction. Opti- cal illusion was his weapon. If he wasn ' t making that scarf disappear, he was busy putting pins and needles through his arm, (he says it was all an illusion). Hockus Pockus slippitty sam ... it is magic or not, what do you thinks " right: Don ' t miss it be there ' Posters explain the event. left: These came to see what Ronnie Romm had to offer. Ronnie Romm left: Ronnie Romm makes his living by trying to make believers out of the skeptical. V 777ere were many things to grasp in the academia of this year, in that, sometimes we would succeed and other times we would fail. The most important of those times was the knowledge gained having learned something from each course syllabus. From Electrical Engineering to photography: Aviation to Hotel Restaurant Management, We (the student) manipulated the variables directly affecting our success upward mobility. It ' s Been One LONG Night Those long nights are the law when Cramming for that paper due Tomorrow Once again, you ' ve procrasti- nated until that exam scheduled for two weeks is tomorrow. So, What are you going to do about it? )ust as others placed in a similar sit- uation, You will stay-up until an in- sane hour of the night cramming, however, you can totally miss your nights rest for a Dr. Jowell Sociolo- gy exam. Rarely will a delegate of procras- tination preserve adequate timing for his exam(s) — once in awhile. Nevertheless, you ' ll go to the li- brary and exhaust all resources en- abling that paper ' s prompt com- above: Robert Piggery tries to use his ability to speed read enabling him to catch-up for an Engi- neering exam. above: Alphonse Pontillo fail to see the reasoning behind his forgetting the due date on his Poli-Sci paper. left: Having an exam in an hour Abdulah Madwar felt compelled to skim his Quantitative Analysis ' notes with a cigarette to ease the nerves. Academics pletion. On the other hand, you ' ll complete the paper before its actual due date in time that you may be privileged with attendance at Saturday ' s game. Having gone to a lot of games lately, I have another incentive to study-early. By the way, I have two case studies due for professor Wankel tomorrow, and you know something, My Economics exam is in an hour. Weil, I guess we ' ll never learn. Academics Who (or What) is responsible for this An A+ for U.N.H. Wow! I can ' t believe it. The fa- cilities are unbelievable in the place. Most of the students must think that the library is the only place to study, because, there is not a seat available. That ' s alright, 1 know of a place where the atmo- sphere is nice and a cure for the funny noises in your stomach awaits you. Just as well, I discov- ered a studyroom on the third floor of the main building that only a very few are aware of. Leaving room to be intrigued, I was by the Computer and Hotel Restaurant Schools both of which are amongst the finer programs in the institu- tion. right: Assisted by her instructor, Lisa Hammie gets her sketch critiqued before turning it in for his final reviewing. left: Cristos Bellos enjoys his study time in the tavern. I really got psyched once I reached and met people that wanted to study, and, people at the University of New Haven that got a kick-out-of studying and they ' re not sick!! Studying incen- tives helped me tremendously with my maintenance of my rep- utable grades marks. Between the counseling center and the instruc- tors, I really did well — did I have a choice? This being a small institu- tion of high educational standards, I get all the attention I want (and some I don ' t). Note: The next time a U.N.H. graduate makes it big you ' ll know who ' s responsible. above: Yes, they are discussing gas dyna- mics! r right: Peter Durkee types on an IBM Computer aiding in the spedious finish of his Computer Science project. Classes, classes and more classes, will it ever end? I ' m a junior and it ' s been fourteen long years, and, that ' s not half of it. Monday, I ' m in class from 8:10 in the morn- ing until 9:45 that night for practi- cally the entire day (Please! Do not ask, how I worked that out). I have diversely scheduled classes from photography to fluid dynamics. The only thing I really can ' t deal with is getting-up at seven o ' clock in the morning to attend my Ac- counting 101 course. right: His fellow students and his instructors both " forgot " to inform Tom Delano that classes are finished. Academics 9:00 In the morning for what? (English 110 that ' s what) Basically everything is going well in my classes. I have a perspective " A " in my History of Western Civil- ization class if I ace Dean Chepaitis ' next exam. I expect my G.P.A. or Q.P.R. to go-up sufficiently (maybe then my dad will purchase me that car I ' ve been admiring afar). Oh! I have to go now, I ' m late for my class. left: These students seem to be enjoying their three person class, now thats what you call per- sonal attention. left: English sections are often adjourned to the library, nevertheless, Chris Sims thinks that comes in handy. " N 52 Cul-ture ' kul-cher the act of developing the intellectual and moral faculties especially through education. The University of New Haven offers its students the exposure and richness in culture complementary to their scholastic endeavors with international relations. Sharing in the diversity in U.N.H. ' s community could only have a destined resourcefulness. This year ' s lectures and plays have proven to be the best in years. W 53 Spring Semi formal right: These two couples paired up to enjoy the moonlight together, A night of moonlight, roses and love. There is nothing else like sharing that Friday evening with that special some- one. This is your night, just the two of you. SSShhh! not a sound as the band plays the hit " Hello " by Lionel Richie. What do you mean you ' re not the type?! Well there was something there for everyone. The band played songs right: Students always find it a pleasure to sneak a dance with Claire. w. ' ;.y i :v ' ' t .. » ' , nine countries and nationalities. The songs literally had everyone dancing in circles. The main idea was to enjoy the evening whatever type you are. The evening started with a cozy din- ner. It proceeded with slow dancing, then it got live. It was the time to forget about everything, just the two of you. ' i ' »■. - - V»- V right: The other type, this couple enjoyed the night because it was the best way to share their y feelings. ' ■ Caribbean Cultural Exposition left: While near the pink sands of Bermuda, these students decide to move to the " Samba. " Jamaica, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands, come with us to paradise. Of if that starving college student who can ' t even buy meal plan you ' ll have to settle for the next best thing. The Caribbean Cultural Exposition. It was just being there. There were famous dishes like Curried Chicken for those who wanted left: The food reminded these Latin students of home. a taste of the islands. For those with a restless nature, we could dance to the Samba and do the Salsa. For others there was the world renown " limbo " and be- lieve me you have to be in shape to pull this one off. Remember, come back, make it Carribbean Cultural Exposition again. above: The Virgin Islands native let everyone M know that at home everyday is a beach. Butterflies Are Free 7 . L t Antigone Man With The Plastic Sandwich K v 1 . ' fe J S ' 5 ' ' ' » ■! W:, " B »i ' tt ' t ' " ii i,f ,. f .j %ji- Was it a banner year? You bet, it was a banner year! The 1986-1987 athletic teams abilities proved worthy of celebration recognition by the student: football, tennis, soccer, basketball, softball, were all our heroes. Exceptional, the lady chargers are — National Champions for Divisional II Basketball Region (A first for U.N.H. but not the last!!). Chargers have best season yet! Off to the races is Jerry Cumbrect on the day U N H. did no evil as posted a decisive win. Cool and always cairn is Mike Horton, on this same play he hooked up with Haley to complete a 72 yard touchdown strike. l HHT U.N.H. 1986 Football Opponent Result East Stroudsburg Bp Slippery Rock Central Connecticut w 47-26 w 10-0 w 37-8 Norwich w 23-7 . ' j . K U District of Columbia Kaic. w 28-0 M 1 14-28B Southern Connecticut w 20-17 M Springfield w 35-0 Towson State 1 7-47 SUNY at Albany w 45-28 At honne against Slippery Rock receiver Kevin Haley dashes for a 72 yard touchdown to put away " the rock " . The Chargers came out with style this year as a matter of fact they came off the best record in their history at 8 and 2 and barely missing the playoffs. They started their great season with a big opening win over East Stroudsburg. From then on they posted an impressive five game winning streak. The string was snapped by A.I.C. on homecoming day. This win by the A.I.C. Yellowjackets came as a surprise as the Yellowjackets were considered the underdog. The Chargers got back on the winning track by winning their next two games. They dropped the next game to rival Towson State. With this loss the chance for a playoff bid diminished. However, we didn ' t give up on the boys in blue and they didn ' t let anyone down as they The Slippery Rock ground game couldn ' t get off the ground as they were going nowhere fast. defeated SUNY the next week by a score of 45-28. Protecting the quarterback is the name of the game and for most of the year quarterback Mike Norton got all that he needed. Cutting your opponent down to size is what the Chargers usually did. This is whats happening, head coach Joseph Maher is telling his team that they must pressure that goalie. That Golden Toe mmm The soccer team didn ' t lose but 5 games this year but to some of the U.N.H. community that may be consid- ered a not so good year, for team that has a long winning tradition. No matter what anyone says the record is a good one. The team started off with a ' ' bang " as they rolled through their first 5 games. Their streak came to an abrupt halt when they conceded a loss to Queens College. The rest of the season was not their best including 4 losses versus 4 wins and 1 tie. The season was by no means a waste because of good incoming re- c ruits. mUmHP U.N.H. Varsity Soccer J HH Opponent 1 Sacred Heart w ' Bi i Lowellt w M H New York Inst, of Technology w 3-r l Pace w 3-2 i Mercy College w 3-1 Queens College 1 2-3 Central Connecticut 1 0-6 1 Dowling College w 2-1 Quinnipiac 1 2-3 , Eastern Connecticut w ■ -3 ' • C.W, Post w 2-1 1 New Hampshire College 1 1-2 Keene State College T 0-0 Bridgeport 1 0-1 Southern Connecticut T 0-0 Southhampton College w 3-0 Kean Colleee K H B A Clearing the ball away after a near hit score by the opposing team. Captain |uan Carlos Osoho " directing " traffic to his team members in a victory over C.W. Post College. HM H W ' 1 m m !EJ ,.-i rzZ ,- r »r On the defensive end of things, a New Haven defenseman works at getting the ball. Going for the kill as )uan Carlos adds a goal help the team defeat Pace University at home ; Coach Debbie Chin letting her girls know that she expects top performance from every player. Teamwork is the emphasis where in this case Luana Berry makes a save in their win against Assumption. Everybody ready and waiting to receive the ball r • X-L : Making that big hit as New Haven is again victori- ous. I € -- f- l Ak ' " i ' ? w f F , A Playing The Net i U.N.H. Volleyball H ■1 ■■ Opponent| H K Result Opponent Results RIC -TliWlW r 3-0 Grand Valley Univ. 1 0-2 AlC w 2-0 Sacremento State 1 0-2 Marist w 2-0 East Texas State Univ. 1 0-2 Northeastern 1 1-2 CW Post College w 3-0 SCSU w 2-0 Bryant College w 3-0 CCSU w 2-0 Southern Connecticut w 3-0 Quinnipiac College w 2-0 Springfield College w 3-1 Princeton Univ. w 3-0 Quinnipiac College w 2-0 Colgate Univ. w 3-0 Sacred Heart Univ. w 2-0 Providence College 1 1-3 New Hampshire College w 2-0 Univ. Hartford w 3-0 Univ. of Bridgeport w 2-0 Univ. Delaware w 3-0 Sacred Heart Univ. w 2-0 Brown Univ. w 3-1 Univ. of Lowell w 2-0 Providence College 1 1-3 U.S.M.A. w 3-2 NY Tech w 3-0 CW Post w 3-1 Bentley College w 3-0 Univ. Massachusetts w 3-1 Sacred Heart Univ. w 2-0 Univ. Nebraska 1 0-3 Univ. Rochester w 2-0 SCSU w 2-0 Yale Univ. w 2-0 Quinnipiac College w 2-0 Univ. of Lowell w 2-0 Sacred Heart Univ. w 2-0 East Stroudsburg Univ. w 2-1 Univ. of Lowell w 2-0 Univ. of Bridgeport w 3-0 Univ. of Bridgeport w 3-0 James Madison w 2-0 Southern Connecticut w 3-0 NY Tech w 2-0 Quinnipiac College w 2-0 Lehigh Univ. w 2-0 Sacred Heart Univ. w 2-0 George Mason 1 1-2 New Hampshire College w 2-0 Pace Univ. w 3-0 Univ. of Bridgeport w 2-0 Westchester Univ. w 2-0 Sacred Heart Univ. w 2-0 1 East Stroudsburg w 2-0 J Univ. of Lowell w 2-0 The volleyball team started the season with the thought of possibly bringing home a national championship. As the season started it began to look more and more like the ladies team would bring New Haven it ' s first ever national title. So close but yet so far. Their final record was 50-8 which proves that they never had a bad week only bad days. Setting it up for the kill later in the match she smashes for the final score. 67 What ' s That vaaV OV ' - if tyf ' n Yellin ' About This yellin ' is about cheerleaders and about spirit. It ' s about being out there cheering your favorite team on to victo- ry. It ' s about being active in your college community. Most of all it ' s about having fun. " The falling girl; the chair lift. ' Lets hear it loud as Lisa Edwards peps the crowd during football season. During the pre-game activities Dave Santore hopes for a good game. Bill Jeffries pops out of the pack to score two. Senior Mike Costigan hits two here to help in the win over the rival Southern. The perfect touch Dave Santore hits two of his 12. Mark Drew pushes hard under the basket for 2 points. Concordia ' f ■ HH Assumption w 80-71 C.W. Post w 85-50 Phiia. Text. w 103-86 St. .-Vnselm 1 80-92 Stonehill 1 81-88 Dowling w 68-61 Springfield w 77-71 Pace 1 62-63 Stonehill w 73-69 Franklin Pierce w 83-74 .Mercy w 112-64 American International w 100-68 keene State w 77-71 University of Lowell w 79-68 Quinnipiac w 67-65 Univ. of Bridgeport w 80-78 Southern Connecticut w 74-60 : Sacred Heart w 78-73 Keene State w %-70 N.H. College 1 78-87 Univ. of Lowell 1 64-72 Southern Connecticut w 66-59 Univ. of Bridgeport w 94-92 N.H. College 1 76-79 Quinnipiac w 89-90 , Sacred Heart w 73-70 NECC PL.AY-OFFS !■ Keene State vv 78-65 i N.H. College w 83-80 1 Sacred Heart University 1 75-80 f NCAA NEW ENGLAND RECIONALS J N.H. College 1 70-71 J St. Anselm 1 88-94 J First time ever! Before the season even started peo- ple were betting on the success of the Chargers. Little did any of them know that this team would be one of the all time great teams from New Haven. The season started off and the people were still skeptics. A lo of people be- lieved that it was all luck. Then one evening they beat arch rival and defend- ing national champions Sacred Heart. This gave them the drive that they need- ed to go to the playoffs for the first time. Herb Watkins with a smile National 1 Champions The national champions proudly show off their gold trophy. Lorrie Correia always knew the meaning of the word hustle. Senior captains Caroline Bell, Terri Stahl, and Sonja Beemon. ■■ " Bentley 1 69-74 Mercy w 116-47 Pace 1 84-90 Adelphi w 71-69 Stonehill w 102-71 Assumption w 71-62 Bryant w 84-72 American International w 71-36 Keene State w 94-58 University of Lowell w 70-53 Quinnipiac w 88-62 Univ. of Bridgeport w 92-76 Southern Connecticut w 85-55 Sacred Heart w 113-45 Keene State w 84-50 C.W. Post w 76-58 N.H. College w 86-69 University of Lowell w 79-51 Southern Connecticut w 90-79 Univ. of Bridgeport w 97-73 m N.H. College w 82-71 m East Stroudsburg w 101-73 Quinnipiac w 89-72 Sacred Heart w 92-49 CONFERENa PLAYOFFS Sacred Heart w 104-45 m Quinnipiac w 79-57 1 New Hampshire College w 78-75 NCAA NEW ENGLAND REGIONALS Stonehill w 72-64 NCAA QUARTERFINALS Hampton University w 65-63 NCAA FINAL FOUR 1 Northern Kentucky w 77-74 J NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP M Cal Poly Pomona w _ The lady Chargers brought home the National Championship after a year of dedication and hard work. With a victo- ry over Cal Poly Pamona, the lady Char- gers became U.N.H. ' s first gold winner. loi leter for two of her 23 points. Alert as usual Sonja pushes it down the court. A Brand New Start ATter a dismal season last year, the lacrosse team did very well. With a squad of mostly freshmen and sopho- mores, it was like getting a new start. Wait until next year! .Mary Washiigton Coflege VirgNa MJitary Institute Fairleigh Dtcicinson Univ. Babson College UnKeraty o f Hartford VVesleyan University Uruv. of iVtosachuseits-Boslon SpringtTeld College University of LoweJ Trinity College Connecticut College Dowling College West field State College i 7-14 10-9 5-9 15-1 12-5 22-8 11-17 7-13 11-7 10-11 18-5 18-5 fi- ' jtmrnmiSie : 5; -i- ' i: Business As Usual Bridgeport w 26-2 r " m Southeastern Mass w 6-2 Lowell H H f w 7-0 1 American International w 4-1 Southern Connecticut w 38-11 1 Mercy College w 5-1 Stonehill College w 8-0 1 Springfield College w 3-0 Stonehill College w 10-6 T Keene State w 11-2 Bryant College w 11-2 Sacred Heart w 14-7 Southern Connecticut w 16-0 Franklin Pierce w 29-1 Quinnipiac College w 7-4 New Hampshire College 1 1-2 Assumption College w 13-7 New Hampshire College w 6-0 Assumption College w 21-5 Adelphi University w 15-4 NCAA NORTHEAST RECIONALS Bridgeport w 23-1 Philadelphia Textile w 20-11 Sacred Heart 1 7-8 LeMoyne College w 11-5 Eastern Conecticut w 3-2 LeMoyne College 1 0-6 Dowling College w 11-4 LeMoyne College w i- mm Dowling College w 10-4 NCAA DIV. II COLL WORLD SERIES imi Quinnipiac College w 8-3 Wright State 1 (p m Concordia College w 8-3 University of Tampa 1 4-5 1 For the baseball team it was business as usual. What 1 mean is that they won another regional title and trip to the world series. fl f r n n Vi 0 ' ■ - » i r With the inception of this institution, there were schools of study with professors. Thereafter, the development of athletic teams. However, the students lacked an outlet of interaction with their fellow students. So, someone who cared replied, ' let there be clubs, organizations and a student government to maintain the peace. " From that, the intoxication of almost 70 diversely relative clubs and organizations, something for everyone, from the Accounting Club to Zeta Beta Tau. An incentive for the open-exploration of friendship. 0jm 79 •v • ' ' . ' ' ■ ■ J l ■ - ■■■■■■■■■■■■ ■■■■■■ • A • ' • rm ' 1 m; • , • . J Jell ill M I I H H • . • . . J . ■ . ■ . ■ ■VVU: I Laj m Km, kX hH E M I ■ :•:•:(:•.•.• .•.•. 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INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES INC. 234-7089 48 Postman Hwy., North Haven, CT DEITSCH PLASTIC CO. 934-6601 14 Farwell St., West Haven, CT COMPLIMENTS OF: NEW HAVEN TERMINAL ADVANCED LIFT TRUCK SERVICE, INC. 1060 Sherman Ave., Hamden, CT A. LAUGENI SON, INC. 934-5302 370 Ardale St., West Haven, CT OUT HAUSEN, Portable Toilets 795-6710 1038 Gardens Rd., Orange, CT CHRISTOPHER MARTINS RESTAURANT 860 State St., New Haven, CT CHIEPPO CHARTERS INC. 469-68379 P.O. Box 494, East Haven, CT EAST HAVEN COUNTRY STORE 457-6645 10 Mill St., East Haven, CT THE CADWARE GROUP, LTD. 397-2908 869 Whalley Ave., New Haven, CT ORANGE WEST HAVEN WALK-IN MEDICAL CTR 260 Bull Hill Lane, Orange, CT LAWYERS TITLE INSURANCE CORPORATION 234 Church St., New Haven, CT WHITE SHOP, INC. 624-2624 45 College St., New Haven, CT BARRIE, LTD. 562-7633 260 York St.. New Haven, CT S.G. ZUDEKOFF. D.D.S. 389-9978 279 Blake St., New Haven. 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C.F.D. of NEW ENGLAND 30 Water St., West Haven, CT STORER CABLE Your Source for Entertainment 190 Whalley Ave., New Haven, CT BENEVENTO BROTHERS, INC. 777-5307 44 Spring St., New Haven, CT CONCEPT 90, Fitness Equipment for Home Office 200 Boston Post Rd., Orange, CT CO PRODUCTS MFG. 776-9256 1 1 84 Dixwell Ave., Hamden, CT JACOBS, GRUDBERG, BELT DOW 772-3100 350 Orange St., New Haven, CT MILLIAN DESEBTI CO. 582-2000 485 Blvd., New Haven, CT WEST HAVEN BUCKLE CO. 934-1041 742 Washington Ave., West Haven, CT CORSO PACKAGE STORE 932-3804 694 Orange Ave., West Haven, CT STAR TIRE 934-7964 40 Orange Ave., West Haven, CT MR. TROPHY CO. 239-9637 P.O. Box 1 1 7, North Haven. CT. ORANGE HILLS COUNTRY CLUB 795-4161 489 Race Brook Rd., Orange, CT CONNECTICUT REFINING CO. 933-2781 95 Water St., West Haven, CT NEW HAVEN DRY WALL 777-5481 31 5 Front Ave., West Haven, CT TONYS AUTO SERVICE 624-0105 599 Lombard St., New Haven. CT AMENDOLA GENERAL WOODWORKING 529 Sherman Ave., Hamden, CT AIREACTOR CORP 865-6322 315 Peck St., New Haven, CT EMAC, INC. 782-9215 323 Goodrich St., Hamden, NJ GRID BUILDING, INC. 795-6072 156 Boston Post Rd.. Orange, CT AIR SPECIALTIES 934-7984 25 Spring St., West Haven, CT MAIN ST. DELI 934-6955 336 Mam St., West Haven, CT ECONOMY ICE 865-5275 P.O. Box 512, New Haven, CT CONN, BLACKBOARD CO. 937-1733 18 High St.. P.O. Box 408 PMR GRINDING WHEEL CORP. 933-2501 70 Water St.. West Haven, CT BUSINESS WARE, INC. 433 Chapel St., New Haven, CT GEM SEW VAC CENTER, INC. 239-1925 117 Washington Ave. North Haven, CT EMMETTS ELMCO SERVICE STATION 934-3100 286 Campbell Ave. West Haven. 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