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Volume 101

enais^ance

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LJn.iversity Of Rhode Island SO Lo\ver

College

Road

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/\nJ 4)e Sbru Continues... As students moved back

'down the line'' and campus from

the

on to

summer

staff

break, the toiled

to

cc:)mpile

of memories tc:>

collection

w^c:)rthy enough

represent

everything that done and

throughout at

a

seniors had

accomplished their time spent

LJRI. The year started

on

the

same

exciting

out

note as

the previous years with the hustle c:>f trying in

new

out so

to

find classes

buildings and figuring

how

to

pay for the

expensive books required for classes.

2

Opening

ever


Opening

3


4

C^)perun^


emones'

Not

parking

to

tljie delight

passes

csime

were

\vhile Fine Arts Road

with

a

student^

$ 100

banished

to

or

the

split

mud pit

a

new

$ 1 75 price

Mayfield

only,

and

tag

Lot

Flagg

semester

of Fine Arts, with

sharing

was

the

(respectively).

the

was commuter

commuters

Mayfield

ixiost

mainly residents. The spring

brought about and

oma...

and residents

to commuters

Freshmen

of

ioC

faculty

third of the lot.

closed, sending freshmen

to

the other two-thirds of the Fine Arts LotGreen Hall interior

finally reopened sifter

remodeling.

Ballentine Hall Sciences

bit

to

extensive

Construction continued

leaving the College

of Arts cind

fend for themselves in Chaffee for

longer. Midnight Madness

President CjEirothers'

was

contract was

to

renewed for

brought

Men s and \)C^omen s Basketball

well

as

other

a

canceled.

another three years. The Ryan Center

large crowds

on

as

events.

Opening

5


In world events, the year On

Febn_iary 1, the

disintegrated killing

all

But \ve

war on

through

moved

the

most

it

on

Iraq

on

a

injured.

The LJS

March 19, smd the on

with

On

day.

Buccaneers

on

**Big Dig*'

a

a

won

kidnapping

to

her

the

happier the

victim

note, the

was

In

LI 95 started

in Boston

licences and the

until 6

Opening

new

revealed.

mid-April, \

make

Super Bowl.

family, Eilive.

new

to

found

April

closing the

DowiTicity Providence. finished the North

bound lanes of Rt. 93. Rhcxle Island got

were

war

the homefront.

lives cind learned

our

last exit of LI 95 West into

plates

fire in

all, the American spirit prevailed;

and returned

The

landing,

Warwick, killed 100

more

continued

Elizabeth Smart,

construction

in

many

of each

Tampa Bay

space shuttle Columbia

nightclub

terrorism

on

sorrow.

aboard. On, February 20,

people and left declared

filled \4dth

minutes before its retLirn

seven

the Station

was

new

Mr. Potato Head licence

Through

LJRI proved

plaCe.

the to

snow

be

a

that fell

patriotic


Opening

7


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to tcike

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moment to

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/\ ?pecicil rememberoince

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f;ho?e

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lort ihew live?

cra^n

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in

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re-


pmecoming

12

Memtries


Mcn^oritjs

1 1


^PftVi^ &005


0::)nj^atulatit:)i-LS to the 2CXD3 LJRI Oozeball Ohampions: You A.re

Fij^htin^

and the

for Second

Runners-LJp:

Chc:)colate Covered Nuts!

Meaiorics

1 5


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pri

16

Memories

a 2003


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ana

l^lizcabetn

I

earn

I^o^engren

\^:xcellence

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l^ight LJI\I

5^;uclent5 honored

for

?civing

the

life

of

h\atie v(/ei??,

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cente

inner?

Menmries

1 7


Urdon Board

18

Memories

April 23,


Menmries

19


Af-il 23, 2003

/f-iif//i

')/t'/iio/r<'/)i

Faskion

I /I'Mmfio II

Merckandising Society

Annual Faskion Skow

2003

University

oi

Rkode Island


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Bmlclincv

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n

^^^lHfl^^Hkc.4

Ballei-itine Hall

Oedicated

1967, Reded icated June 4, 2003

CJHafee Si>cial Science CJenter

Oedicated June 10, 1972

^^^HB^K-/ Biological

Science Center

Oedicated

1972

CJoastal

In.sntute

Oedicated

2001

Bliss Hall

Oedicated Noveinber 25,

1928

CJrawfi-)rd Hall

Oedicated April 20, 1963

CJarlotti A-dministratioi-i

Oedicated November 24

Buildings

Building 1,

1987


Edwards Hall Oedicated October

Oedicated

July 23,

1928

1890

Fine Arts Oenter

Dedicated

OeVWalf

April 29, 1972

Anatomy Laboratory June 5, 1986

Oedicated

Fofarty

1 lall

Dedicated October

14,

1964

East Hall

Oedicated October

15, 1909

Oilbreth Hall Dedicated May 26, 1962 Builiiii-iKs

25


c*-

r^jrai

*.

Green Hall

Oedicated

1937, Rededicated May 30, 2003

International Center Oedicated

1979

lEP House

Oedicated

1999

Keany Cjymnasiuiii Oedicated

Independence Oedicated

1953

Hall

I960

Kelley

Hall

Oedicated April 20, 1963

Information Oenter

Oedicated June 2, 1979 26

Buildings


Mackal Field House

Dedicated

Kirk

April

1991

Applied Enj^ineering Center September 26, 1997

Oedicated

Memorial Union Oedicated

Library May 21,

Oedicated

1954

1965

Morrill Hall Dedicated

April 30,

1966

Lippett Hail Oedicated

1897

Multicultural Center Dedicated

1998 Buildiii^s 27


Pastore Chemical Dedicated

Laboratory May 16, 1953

^^^t^^^^^K^p^^^"'^

'31?

-^

i

-'

Rodman Hall

Oedicated

'',

1928

:ri:

Planetarium Oedicated

1949 Relocated

1962

Roosevelt Hall

Dedicated June

1938

Quinn Hall Oedicated June

1938

Ryan

Center

Dedicated May 24, 2002

Ranger Hall Oedicated 28

Buildings

1913, Renamed

1927


Wales Hall

Dedicated December 2,

1961

Taft Hall

Oedicated June 1890

Washburn Hall

Oedicated 1921

Tootel

Physical Education Dedicated

Center

1971

^X/hite Hall Oedicated

Tyler Hall May 11,

Oedicated

September 23, 1977

1963

Woodward Hall

Dedicated May 4, 1960 Buildii^-s

29


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18

4

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10

4

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13

6

St- Ekina venture

Wc

We

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CVl^>nenl

14

5

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o

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i

8

St. Btiruiventure

4

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6

1

AJabairti

9

7

7

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6

6

Hartford

5

S

Yale

0

1

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4

8

7

11

St. Francis

3

2

Ma*achi Lsett.s

7

5

Muimi t^hio

4

3

CJentral Ciinnecticut

6

Ma.ss;ichv Lsett.s

Indiana Purdue

4

4

CJentral C i jnnecticut

12

7

Indiana Purdue

4

2

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7

6

N4iami t~)hio

7

9

Fordham

3

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N4iainit1hii>

lO

1

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5

C^et >r^e VO'ashinjitt >n

6

28

Fordllam

8

5

C^uinnipiac St. Joseph's St. Joseph's St. Jtiseph's Tei-nple Temple Temple

2

Oec ->rf;e NX^a.shinKton

10

5

Oeorge VC^ashington

4

10

1

Sacred Heart

3

9

2

Maine

6

4

fl

0

1

2

15

5

ITayton L^yton L>RytcTn

1

10

2

Harvard

0

1

Richinond

10

>s

mchinond

9

11

,

1

O

7

^

11

NIew MexiccJ

2

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r-

Tlieiii

6

4

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2

7 6 3 6 1

6

Atlantic 10

iiCJhii^ 1 L-,her 12 38

Spol

JiLstin Lainboy


TlTcn

Wc

Tliiiii

We

C^ponei-it

o

VC^ilson Tournament

3

1

Providence

0

VC'ilson Tournament

5

3

Fordliam

4 0

CTx,nc,

2

1

South Flordia

7

1

Fordham

s

Gardner Webb

4

0

Mii.'^tchu.sett.s

5

5

Valpariaso

0

0

MiLsstchu.setts

8

Ooss

5

Ooss

0

0

Tenn Miirtin

1

2

1

Austin

2

5

H.illy Holly

8

Bucknell

0

1

Lii St.Ue

2

4

La S.lle

2

Peay

Apprllitehiiin

3

1

Fairfield

0

4

Brcnvn

1

1

O

^aii^^;^^a

0

0

Bro\vTi

4

O

Fairfield

1

O

Hiirv.ird

4

3

Fairfield

1

6

Harvard

5

0

ITayuin r>a>Ton

2

3

St. Bt^naventtire

O

O

4

St. Boniiventure

O

4

Dartmouth

0

5

CJentral CJonnecticut

1

2

I~>amTiouth

1

7

Ci^ntnal CiMinectictit

4

3

1

O

Eitston

5

O

Temple Temple St. Jo.seph's St.J.>seph's

0

Providence

5

4 O

1 9 Kristin

14

1

4

7

tJniver^ty Boston University C"5eorf^e WasliiiiKton

4

8

Oeor^e >X^ashington

7 O 1

4

Hiivdoslc

.SOFTRAT T varsity


BH ^%<ofi|B

I hen

WT- CJ|^jx:>nent

ITST

Wc

C

5^

Kent State

59

45

Xiivier

50

Hartf<.rd

53

66

Massachusetts

Sho re 58

38

Cx.-orKe Washinj^ton

90

64

62

EXicluesiie

69

67

>jiponent

70

Maryland-E;i.stern N.'Liryland

69

89

70

57

Bri>vn-i

62

41

Fordham

74

Nt irtheastem

60

67

St. Bonaventure

45

Ma.ssachusetts

59

68

Fordh^im

70

58

M;une

65

70

Richmtind

68

55

Providence

63

54

St.

67

67

Stetson

38

53

La Salle

58

52

James Madi.son

59

62

54

IX-lawitre State

52

62

St-

r>ayton JosepK*s

49

51

Joseph's

57

57

Tenaple St. Jt:)seph's

64

52

Xavier

48

55

73

49

Oetirge NX/ashington

56

6i

St. Ek^naventure

47

Sei

Temple

7

5!

r>iyton

56

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BASKETBAIX. Avomens


nnens

BASKETBALL

Opponent

NX/e

Opponent

95

NtortHeastem

76

Fordham

73

use

53

St.

48

Buffalo

91

St. Bonaventure

63

Kent State

77

George "VC/ashingtc

NX^e

Joseph's

73

Providence

77

La Salle

67

Brown

70

Xavier

69

N4aine

64

Temple

Pittsburgh

69

Richmond

71

lona

70

Dayton

77

Central O^innecticut

65

Massachusetts

W

St. BonaventLire

76

81

Yale

75

71

Fordham

57

Duquesne Duquesne Dayton

60

Massachusetts

61

Seton Hall

S8

St.

53

Temple

68

Temple

75

Joseph's .

4 Howard Smith O 13 Lazare Adingono F 20 Brian Woodward O


varsi

ERLEADING


RAMETTES. tine


AnneOnimlich

Ryan Lindsay Vicki Mii.*^ Sar^il-i

Porzig Megltin Slcwirz

Victoria Smith

Head i^f the Oz>nnecticut Reg-atti^ Head t >f the Oliarles Reg-atta Head if the Ftsh Regattii Blue/NX^l^te Reg-atta FcxDt i-t^ the C rharles Reg-atta (

Yankee

Cup

4fh

Fordhim

Kneclit Cup IVjstt )n College

Atlantic 10

2nd

womens


varsL irsLty

SWIMVLIN"G

Women's Swimming

Men's Swimming We 160

171.5

88

Opponent New Hapshire

Them

136

Maine

122.5

14

Maine

149

199

Vermont

100

Opponent tslew Fiampshire

Them

We

208

157

Vermont

93

159

CXiquesne

41

88

Ouquesl-ie

116

109

Fordham

120

51

FordhiJm

190

1st

Harold Anderson

1st

Harold Anderson

3rd

Rhcxle Island Invitat onal

3rd

Rhixde Island Invitationiil

151

109

Bcxston

170

155

Marist

145

IBcxston University

138

BcTSton

110

Marist

193.5

Bt->ston

Atlantic 10

College University

103.5

Atlantic lO

7tK311.5

Michael Capozzi

Free, Fly BaclcIM

Eric

Dist. Free

Nathan Suida

Sprint Free Freestyle

Matt Benedict

Gojcz Sean Krueger Sean Tucker

Fly,

Kate

CciUege

|

179 142

154

7th, 280

Hawley

Free,IM

Colleen Roche

Fly, Brea. Diving

Jessica Scherer

FrecIM

Shannon Lelek

Breast, Free

Spons 45


varsity

FOOTBALL

WF

OPlX:>NIENT

THEM

28

Bryant

0

19

Hofstra

37

17

Maine

31

38

Brown

28

lO

NJortheasteni

38

17

lT>elaware

14

Richmond

26

2 Michael Petenson

TE

3

21

15

Willitim & Mary

44

Villanova

45

Mas.sachusetts

56 Garrett

Johnsor Hayes Jon Campenni

nE

10 Braclcston Poitier

RB

58 Marc

OT

OB

66

OG

46 Paul I>ihino

ITT

74 Marc Femiindes

OG

90 Nix-I C>ant

DE

54 Shakii Martin

Sports

LB

THEM

James Madison

29 Marc Zloteck

52 Leoniird Tribbett OT

46

6

63

Syr-acuse

OPIXJNiENT

11

14

O

WE

48


10

Juliaru. Vale

WE

c:)PP<L:>NENrr

THEM

0

lllinous

3

0

Florid;.

3

3

0

AlaKimiiBinnii >l.am O NIonhem low.i

3

Minnesota

3

0

uc;uA

3

0

Bayk>r

3

2

Utah State

3

1

Nt>rthea.stem

3

WE

OPPL:)tsIENrr

THEM|

1

Temple

3

3

Fordham

0

0

Xavier

3

1

Dayton

3

Lt-tir^ Beach State

3

2

Get>rge Wasliington

3

Duquesne

3

O

1

Temple

3

3

La Salle

O

3

C(->nnecticut

2

3

Fordham

1

5

Ohio

2

0

IDayton

3

3

WLsct in-sin-Gree n

1

3

Xavier

1

Duquesne

3

1

Bay

Lii S^ilk-

1

Temple

3

3

Cjet>r^^ Washington 2

VOT .T .RVRAT T varsity


Macdonald Cup

1st, 811

Ciirdinal IntercoUesete

t-3rd, 867 9tlT,891 14th, 599

Adams

Cup

of

Nlewpcirt

eVary K<x;h Invitiitional NEK ;A New Enfjland Big IsUmd Cliissic LSU Spring Ivitational El raablo Invitational Texas AStM New New URI

England Division 1 England Division I Spring Invitatkinal

Atlantic Atlantic Atlantic

48

Sptirts

Spring Invitational

lOOiampionship lOChampionship lOChampionship

1st, 600 24th, 91 5

12th, 895

19th, 939 19th, 894 1st, 293 1st, 592

2nd,309 t-6th, 305 7tlT,608 3n.l, 908

varsity


varsi

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TE

TC n'slLnnis

NVomen's Tennis Tliem

Wc

t:),T,Tonc-.

4

Vennt>nt

2

0

Opponent Holy Cross

1

Assumption

6

5tli

Fairfield

1

Connecticut

6

5

La Salle

\X'e

Them

7 2

Bryant Hampshire

1

0

Coi-inecticut

7

7

New

0

7

O

5

La Salle

2

0

7

Quinnipiac Holy Cross

0

4

Byrant New Hampshire St. jt-seph's

0

4

Hartfotxl

3

0

Buffaki

7

2

Mt>niTK.xjth

5

5

2

5tli

New

2

Wesley,m BinghiMTlton

5

5

Sacred Heart

1

7

Sacred Heart

0

7

Miinhattan

0

7

Rhcxle Island Ciillege

0

7

kina

O

7

0

6

7

7 3

Finland's

0

Boston

Ma.*?ftichu.setts

7

7

Fairfield

0

1

Fordhiim

6

4

Boston University

3

2

Holly Crow

5 6

College

Dan

5

lona

1

0

Atlantic 10

3

Fordham

4

4

Atlantic 10

1

0

Marist

4

3

Atlantic 10

4

Dfciyton

4

4

La Salle

0

7

US Ciist Guard

0

0

Karl Antons

Rt:^meyn

Jessica Collins Cynthia Taylor

Sports 49


varsi

ty

ElELO MOCJKEV

WE

C)P1X5NENT

Holy

Cross

THEM

WE

OPPONENT

N-n^

0

Boston

Richmond

Tl lEM

University

2

1

Providence

2

O

1

1 lofstra

2

1

West Chester

2

1

Fairfield

La Salle

O

4

4

1

0

Miiine

4

2

Temple

4

o

Maine

4

1

Saint

3

1

Br.,wn

2

0

Ma.ssachu.setts

?

3

New

5

0

Vermont

3

Hampshire

2

Suny-Albany

3

Ciirnell

1

IVwton

Joseph's

3 1

College

2

Jess Weber M


Men's

VC^oinen's

Northeastern Winter Ciimaval Terrier

CJup

Brown Invitationtll Ist

Brown Pentatl-alon

Jeremy CJawui NX^iUiamJohnstor

Ci mnecticut Pentathlon

Maine

1st

Browi-i Invitatioriiil

Brett Miitthews

Oinnecticut

2nd

Terrier Classic

Di->menic Murgti Anthtniy Pastore

Mega Meet

2nd

Nortl^ea-stem Invitatkiruil

9th

URI Invitatuinal

2nd

Charles Picillo

Atbintic 10 Indoors

2rxl

Valentines Invitatic iruil

New

6d^

Atlantic 10 Indixir

28th

New

Yale Invitiitional

Fast Track Invitational

Engliind Indoors

ICA.AAA Indcx>rs Nt rt hdLsten-i Cohen

Cok.nUU

ReUiys Relays

5th

NCAA ChampioFLships

6th

Oiuiker Invitational Riileigh Relays

Jennifer Flinchurr Jennifer Haigh Natalie Poptiwicz Elizabeth Ptigsley

Cokniiiil

Kent State, R M<rris

2nd

Katie V(/aters

New

1st

Sea

Ray ReUiys Ma-ss., NtittheiLstem, So. Conn.

Penn

Hampsliire and Hartford Relays

Englands

ECAC "C >iampit>nshij-s

2ixl

2ixl 5th

24th

Connecticut lnvitation;il

Brown Invitational

2.vl

Holy Cross Heptatliitk >n Connecticut Invitatioruil

AtUintic lOOtitdix.r

1st

Penn

Atlantic 10C>.rd<x,r

1st

Brown Invitatioruil

5th

Relays

Atlantic 10Otitd..r

1st

varsity Sixitts

51


2 Kevin

Kennedy

M B

4 Ross Smith 6 Nilton Monteiro 8 Peter Benevides

M/B M/F

WE OPPONENT

Sports

WE OPPONENT

THEM

8

1

Xiivier

1

Virgii^l

2

4

Fordham

1

LJNCChiirlotte

2

2

3

Alahamii-Birmingham

2

3

Duquesne

2

1

0

Saint

2

5

52

THEM

Maryland

0

Harvard

St. Bonaventure

Joseph's

0 1 1

3

Prt^vidence

0

2

Temple

1

5

^.^linnipiac

o

O

Richmond

2

2

l\sron

1

2

George Wa.shingto n

3

0

Brown

2

2

Mii.ssachusetts

1

4

l>.i>Ton

1

University

meni


womens

SOOCER

WE OPPONENT

THEM

THEM

WE OPPONENT 5 Lii Salle

3

Providence

3

5

Massachusetts

0

1

1

2

St. Bonaventure

1

C iilumbia

0

4

Diiquesne

1

O

Marquette

2

2

Saint

0

1

Joseph's

Wisconsin

0

6

Teniple

0

o

Brown

1

2

Richmond

0

2

Auburn

1

6

George Washington

3

2

E3oston University 0

1

Getirge VCa-shington

0 3

1

New

2

1

Richmond

2

Dayton

1

2

Dartmouth

1

4

Xavier

1

1

Oitmecticut

2

2

FordlTiim

1

O

Hampshire

Jainie Epperle

5 C^na Rt>sen 1 1

Kelly Irvin V

1 2 Heather

Ka-sparek

F

17 Sarah McCalligett M 22 Rebecca Soren.sen

B

Sjx-jrts

53


Beam, FkxJt

JoA I ina Judge .s.<si

All' Arc-Kind

Mediil

Vault, BirsH

Zdeh

GetirgeVX^ashington

5ch, 189.975

Invitatititi; 1

W, 190.25a 186.00

ALt.ska-Arichorage Fl. >ri^la w/C 5e< ,rge

Washington

;

nd

Washingtol

4tK 188.575

Yale w/ Brown and M.I.T.

2t-id, 192.875

Hearts Invitational

4rh, 190.825

Bro\^n

W, 190.87 5- 190.42 5

Temple and

2tid, 190.475

West Virginia

L, 195.8 5a 189.97 5

Oil FuUerton UC ;l A. New

w/ Oklahoma and Non

1

4th, 189.825

CitroUi-iii

^rd, 189.750

Hati.i^hire and Yale

19th, 37.750

NC AmA. Region;il

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Sports

varaty


arsity

X-OOLTNTRY

Men's

Central Connecticut Invitiitional

6th

Trinity Btmtiim Invitationiil

5th

Centred Connecticut Inviratit>n;il

9th

C^iinnipiac Invitational New EngUind Championship Atlantic 10 CJlTanipionship NCAA Northeast Regional

5th

31st

3rd

9th

NCA.A Pre- National Invitatioruil

37th 5th

Jl-uimpionship Region;il

^

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NCAA Nt.rthciist

^

2nd

k>r;i Invitiitional

Engliind Championship

f

lOth

Dartmouth Invitational

New

ifl i .f

36th

>sVc

Central Connecticut Invitational

^

I Ith

Sports

55


intramural

SPORT Spring 2003

Fall 2002

VolleyhiU

4

on

4 Bc-ach

3

on

3 Ba-skethall

Softball 7

on

7 Flag Football

5

on

6

on

5 Basketball 6

Volleyball

Badminton Iridtx>r Teain Tennis

Scx:cer

Teain

C-.olf

Billiitrds

Team Tennis

Inckx:ir Sozcer

I\;.dminton Team

Bowling

Hoor 6

on

Ekiwiing

Hixzkey 6 Beach

Billiards

Softball

H,x;key Fkxir Hockey on 4 Volle>'K ll 4

4

Ice

5

on

5 Riskerh .11

on

C3olf

4

Volleyhill

Flag Football


sports 57


193 Coffee House

People Pictured: Clay Hou-ston, Jackie Trainor,

13rew Brodeur, Heidi Hetzler, Emil

Anderson, Jon Ht>, Liz Keniiey, Christian FU-itxieliamel, Nick Chalupti, Jen Nelligan, Mariela Baez, Orace Phelan, Luc Ga^ne, Jenette DelMancxzo, Kelly Hayes Not Pictured:

Amy Mochel President Jackie Trainor, Clay Houston Junior Coordinators: Liz Kenney, Heidi Hetzler Secretary: Amy Mcxihel Treasurer: Grace Phelan Events Ctxjrdinaton Luc

Gagne

The 193 Coffee House is lociited in the Memc^rial Union

on

the second floor.

They provide caffeine and baked gtxxJs to a deprived campus. Also, live enter tainment is provided on txaziisions. They spoi-isor events such as Oozeball, guests from MTV and endless performances from musicians.

CiO

Organi2ations


NX/RIU

Cjeneral

Ivlanager:

James Proctor, Assistant Cjeneral *

Manager: Jen Wendell, Business

Manager:

Ryan Sloane, FMPD: Jackie Paluml-)o, AMPE>

Becky

PolIcTck, News Director: Katie

O'Donnell,

Sports Director: Miirk Gocx.lman

ROTC: E>ayton Martin, LTC

Krajeski,

MSG

Kuhlenschimidt,

Joanne

LaChapelle,

CPT

Glaslo-w, SFC Brooks, SSG Davis, 2LT Turcotte,

CPTBajcz, LTC StaLiffer

Oganizations

61


The Renaissaiice ^arhc:)ok is a

coniposed

^roup of LJRI stLidents who devote

a

of

^reat

of their time and effc^r t in desi^nin^ layouts, taking pictures, and putting to gether the past memories of campusactivites

amount

and world

events.

Stiroih

Timpson, Candace Karl, Jenni Hlubik, Stacey Elkins, Marge, Kelly Hayes, Audrey Albrecht

Kristin

62

Organizations


Editor-in-Qnief

\ecxmocli

Sarah Timpson

Assistant Editor

Business Editor

Candace Karl

Jenni Hlubik

Organizations/Academics Kelly Hayes

il

Seniors/Graduation Audrey Albrecht

Greeks/Candids Stacey Elkins

Sports Kristin

Marge

Organizations

63


|ne(c7cx>d

Editor-in-Chief Nicole J. l>ilude

Managing Editors N;ir Rini-Ls

Amanda Selvidio

Sports Editor

Sales Manager

Eric Rueb

Liiuren

Sp>orts Editors Craig Currier

Compsitor

Asst.

Ed Owens Garrett Sheehan

Nerws Editors Mike C ragne

Christopher Keeg;in Jamie Turcotte Asst. Nerws Editors

Adiim Crtx;e

Jessica Gillman Robert Hanson Lisa Morrill

Photo Editor Clnris Shores

Asst. Photo Editors Diaruii Tlioviruisian

Joe Yarmac "W^ebsite Consultant

Jeff Tagen

Michael Nadeiiu

Meghan

OXUonnor

Summer NVitts

Production Managers

Benjainii-i Lueck Diana Thovmasian

Entertainment Editor C ireg Elias

Business

Manager

Erin

Murray

Ads

Manager

Entertairvment "Writers Patrick

Lowi-iey Benjamin Lueck

64

Organizatit]

Stephanie

Mei-iard

0

Ruegg

RoseiTuiry VC^hitaker


OentCJgor

Cigtir is the d:iily newspapier for the LJniversity of Rhtxie Island. The Cigar publishes 5,5CXD copies that are distribtited ciiiTipiLs-wide. In addition, the Cigar serves the LJRI cominunity through its website, The Good 5 Cent

www.ramcigar.ct5m.


Student oenc^. The Student Senate zations

on

caiTipus.

oversees

In

dt^ing

all student organi they also provide

so

budget tt3 each of them. Each of the members of LJRI's Student Senate represents our student and work very hard in all that they do. a

body

LJRI's Student Seriate Officers Preadent: I'tomenic Murgti "Vice President: Michael Mattox

Secretary/Treasurer:

Nicki

Hayes Stacey Bush Cultural Affairs Chair: Kevin Lopes Campus Affairs Chair: Liiidsey LJnger Academic Affairs Chain Jesse "Whitsitt-L-yT-ich Director of Communication:

External Affairs Chain Valerie

Augustine

Finance Chain Matthew Malachowski Moderaton Brett Samuels SOARC Chain Adam Oliveri

66

C^g.inizntions


Vv onien9 Captain: Angie

1^0304

Allen

President: Jessica Dempsey "Vice President: Rachel Ferland

Secretary: Meghan Smigo Trea.suren Nicole TitmLis

Angie Allen,

Becca Dean,

CumiTiisky, Jerini Hlubik,

Chri.ssy

Nicole Gill,

Dawi^i Sug, Erika KlirLkhammer, Jen Thibadeau, Cheryl Barendse, Betsy Zidel, Nicole TitmLis, Rachel Ferland, Dawn

Beagan, Jessicii I^mpsy, Meghan Smigo, Katie Mellor, Morg-an Gilmour, Stacey BLish

Not Pictured: Charlotte Redner, Clare Benyo, Christina Morel, Carrie Janeczak,

Atidrey Cochard

Or^anizatitins 67


Surf Club Presidenc Cliilin Hynes Vice President: Ben

Historian/Photographen John VCoiner VC^ebmasten Dennis

MurjiHy Treasuren A<itni N4en"n n^

Oommunications Qiain Mike Geremia

Vlen'

Lenny "Vargas, Mark Hinchliffe, Sam Fischer, Adam Kenyon, Tom

Schipritt, Rich Duggan, Nick Borsay, Ben Desmond, Rt>b Rock, Chris LeBranc, Zach

Kolsky

68

C^gaiiiziitions

s

Volleyball


President: Toin Angell Treasurer: Ohris

Secretary:

Tschirley

Kirk Benttinen

Students for

a

Sensible

IDrug Policy is ctunmitttxl to providing education on harms caused by the "War on Orugs, working to in volve yoLith in the poliric^il proces.s and proinoting open,

an

honest, and ration;il

discussion of alternative solutions

to our

nation's

drug problems.

FVesident: Jessica Cabana Vice President:

Jeffery Kuhn

Treasurer: Sherri Girdorelli

Recording Secretary:

AllLson

Bonib

The SAA

was

founded in

1985 with three

goals:

to

generate schotil spirit among students, to prtivide students

with informaticin about the Alumni Associatit^n, and

keep the aware

t.tf

t<.">

Alun^iiii Ass(x:iation

developments

on

campus

I

President: OlTitrles Ccxiper Vice Presidenc

Mbuyainha

TshiKilzii

Political Action Cbairwomaart: Amudiit Alabi

|The

African ANvareness A.sso-

ciation is

a

.student Hi-sed

organization thiit promotes

I

awareness can

of African Ameri

students

on

the URI

campus.

Ofranizatiiin-s

69


The Fa.shion

Merchandising Society

is

a

group of

LJRI students who discuss relevant fashion issues.

They

are

also dedicated

student-run and

Presidents:

to holding the annual student-designed ftishitin sho-w.

Elizabeth

Nelson and Kristen Koch "Vice President: Marnie Safran

Treasuren Danielle Tasst me Public Relations:

Sairuiang

Yen

Secretary:

Kerri Besse

President: Noel Moreau Vice President:

Juliette

Na.sh

Treasurer: Mary

Nlajntowicz

Secretary: Stacey

70 Organizations

Bat rie


The

LJniversity

Committee is

of Rhode Island^ Student Entertainment

an

organization which provides the URI

and commumty with diverse, brtiad-base programming that increases cultural awitreness, infonn-s

campiis

educates, and

entertiiin-s.

Chairperson: Laberge,

Business Manager: Secretary: Kelly Fay,

Eric Martin,

Administrative

Kate

Recruitment &. Recension Coordinaton Vickie Clermont,

Hospitality Coordinaton Michelle SntxJgrass, Hospitality Co-Coordinaton Candice Oswald, Advertising President: Aly Keves,

Concerts Presidenc Matt

Concert Vice President: Nick

Sherylai, Secretary/Treasuren Sean Hamlett, Concerts Ad Managen Chad Anderstm, Speakers President: Jennii BrtxJy, Speakers Vice President: A.shley Ellsworth, Speakers SectetaryATreasuren Amy Mrinez, Speakers Ad Managen Harrington,

Concerts

Special Events President: MeeglTtm Special Events Vice Preadent: Molly Entin, Special Events Secretary/Treasuren Michelle Toth, Special Vidary Arc5unlai-ig.sy, Harrington,

Events Ad

Managen Brandon ^Veigert, Stxident Advison

Mahi Takazawa,

SEC Advison Mike Nolfe


President:

Jeremy

Ciwta

Vice President: Mike C iiiozzo

Treasuren Ben Mendenhall

Parliainentarian: 1 >.in Miirtin

Secretary:

Rish Patd

Philanthropy:

Marc

Bialec

Marketing: Anthony Milano Rudi: TJ Kelly

1 M

i

Presidenc Kristin MeurcT

Vice Presidenc

Krystal MtiLse Treasurer: Betsy Earle Instmctom Timothy Stirrei^itirit;)

Members: Siinih

Ciabryluk, CJhristopher, Figueiredo, Angela L>avis, Not Pictured: Amy Robinson

Presidenc Benjamin Blackett Vice Presidenc Becky Miller Treasuren Tammy

CJiirrwright Members: Paulo

Otrdoso, Kerlm Hebel, I~)iai-ia Ibana, Tammy

CiirtwTight, Tyler Kane, Stacey Haag, Bruno I

Figueiredo,

leidy Tavarez, Jihan

Miiiikt.")!! Not Pictured: Salma

Faghri 72

Organizations


HiUel Presidenc Jake Goldman Vice

President/Prograinr

ming CJiain Rel-iecca Kestei^Kiiini

Communications Vice

Presidenc JetT NX/ilhelm FYSH Chain R;ichel Palitier

Fundraising Co-Chairs: Becca l-eitzer, Steve Lippel (Nor Picrtired) Memben l^ii^u^ Flisser

Ram Goals Presidenc Chris I -il

re

Vice Preadenc Vicroriit Criirunins

Treasuren Marktis R( itenlierg Secretary: Bryan

FergtLson

Onani2ations 73


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75


UnK/ersitij v^^ollege vU Lower C^ollege |<o<acJ

Kingrton,R| 02881

(401)874-2993

Otir

goal

lege

is tti

tain

a

in University Gilhelp create and suv learning cottimunity; a

comniLimty of leitrnens. This is

where all first

new

sttidents

are

enrolled, regardless of

whether

they hiive declated a Uriiversity Col lege dcxas not grant degree^ its purpose is to provide you with major,

or not.

the a.s.sistance you need to make good decisions in your

college

career.


v^_^ollege of -ji^ingineemng 102eLMJ

Kingrton,R| 02881

(401)874-2186 Interim E>ean of

Engineering,

Dr.

Arun Shiikla

Associate Dean of

Engineering,

Dr.

Harold Knickle

Assistant E>ean of

Engineering, Richard

V;ti-ideputte

Departments Cheniical Engineering Civil

Engineering

Electrical Engineering

Industrial Engineering Mechanical Engineerini Ocean Engineering

Acitdeiiiics

77


College of Arb and

ock

C^cifee Social Science Center 1 0 CWee RoaJi Suite 1 King^n, Rl 02881

(401)874-2566 Dean: Winifred Bn

Natural Sciences <St Matheiii

Biological

?cience

Chemistry

Computer

Science

Humtinitites Commuriicatii in Studies

English English Liingttige Studies Film Studies

Matheifiatics

History Journalism

Physics

C^radtiate S?chcx->1 tif Moden^ (Sl Classiciil

Fine Arts

Phikxstiphy

Art

Music

Social Sciences African (St AfrtvAmerican Studies Econt>inics

Milititry Science Political Science

P.sychology 5xx;iology &. Anthropology ^^omen's Studies 78

Aoidemic-s

Lihrary Sciences Litngutige &. Literature


V^^ollege of f^usi

usiness*

AJminktr^'on i. I U -j

Icigg l-^odd

Kingrton, R| 02881

(401)874-2337

it!!!!.i

IDean; Edward Mazze

Undergraduate Accounting Finance and Ir

Financial

Bti^Bess Administration Intematit^i^Br Business

Oeneral

Cjraduate MBA

Majors: Degree

Ph.D. in Btisiness Admiriistration MS in

Accounting

Executive MBA

Mana^fnent

Mana^toient Infoc^ation Systems Mg^feting

AciitJeniics

79


C^ollege of ]|umc^n

aenoe oci'

c^nd o*errvices' 1 06

Quinn 1-lc.ll

Kingrton, Rl 02881

(401)874-2125 Undergraduate Coitin^unicjitive

l~)isorders

Dent;il

Hygiene Elementary Educiition

Secoi"idaty Eduaction Humitn FXivelopment

Oraduate

<St

Family Studies

Audiology Speech/Lang'-'iige Pathology

HtuTiai-i Science >St Services

Physical Education

Education PhD.

<&t Exercise Sxzience

Educiition Masters Degree

Textile Miirketing

Textiles, Fasl-iion Merchandising &. I3esign Other PrograiTLs:

Oerontc:)k>gy

College Student Personnel Miirriage &. Family Therapy Physic;il Education

and Exercise Science

Physical Therapy Textiles, Fa.shion Mercl-iandising and Design

Etean: VC^. Lynn McKinney


aences' v^_^ollege of -ti^nvrronment;!! oci'

Life

and

oci^ce9

\(/oo<mcxra \-\o

113WcxJw^JHJ

Kingston, Rl 02881

(401)874-2957

Dearu

Jeffrey

R. STeemann

Ltepartments: BicTchemistry, Microhiokigy, &. Molecular Cjenetics Oiinmunity Planning &. Landsciipe Architecture Environmental &t Natural Resoutce Economics

Fisheries, Animal &. Veterinary Science Nutrition and FtTtxl Sciences Oeosciences

Mitrine Affairs

Natural Resource Science Plant Sicience


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Master of Science

Family Nursing Practitioner

Nurse-Midwif

Ntmsing

^^^mini-stration

Nursinu^KJucation CliiTJ^Hl Nursing ;ialist: Gerontolfigy linicitl Nursing Specialist: Psycl-iiatricMental Health RN

to

MS option


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of |--^rianTk;iC4 ^ogortq \-\a\\

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Lower College Roao

Kingrton, R|

0^81

(401)ai^842

EDe pa ftments:

BioMedicitl Science

Applied

Pharaceutical Science

Phannacy

Practice

Academics

83


College of C<ra<Ju<^ OCtkxJ Of

Ooeanogritapn^ Ooutn lerry |-s{o(ad

Narr<=<gnsett, R| 02882

(401)874-6889

Dean: David Farmer

DepartiTients

Biologicitl Oceanography Oceanography Geological Oceantigraphy Physical Oceanography Chemical

Also Offeree^

Master of

Oceanography


r\l^n

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V^ontinuing -t^duccrfabn OU

Vv

<3isfiington

otr^et

Providence, Rj 02903

(401)277-5000 Vice Provost for Urban

John

y_

H

Programsr McCray, Jr

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nfr \

^

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Undergraduate Programs

C^.raduate

English BA.

Business

Programs Administtation( MBA) Clinical Laboratory Science (MS) History BA. General Business Administration BS. Communication Studies (MA) Human

Development and Family

Studies BS.

Psychology

BA.

Labor Relations &. Human Resources (MS) Library &. Infomnation Science (MLIS)

Public Administration (MPA)

Academics

85


mioi:^


Elizabcili M Aii^li^iJ^

Amy B ArWx:us Xabemack, NJ

JtMihuii

S

Wendy

Aj^drejczyk

M

Arcelay

Providence, Rl

Uiuni M Andret^li

Rehnuiiia Artira Cranston,

Rl

Nlikki CJ Andr.

N^leliiisa S Arruda

Riverside, Rl


il Karen A hO

.d

Bajjlii

Joshua r RiUw

Erica

Baranowsky

t.henl

M B.iiena-..

PS

Lincoln, RJ

RoctK-iter. NY

Milfoni err

LJtica, NY

Kliircy E BeiUta_k CjKster. NH

Seniors

89


IVrlnny A 1V>|

Jcni-iifcr J B*.>uch.

Amy L Bozek

Marleena L Brackney

C .".1.1,0.. Si-J.., 90

Senit^rs

j

Lx)nck,nberrv,

NH

North

CrheliTusford.

MA

Sewell. NJ


1 Vter A Buttert ield

UiwuTii Hills

t:A

Je!v-,n_ii L tJiiKn ProvKkncc, Rl

Sijmancl-ia E Oihr.il

Cherachet,

Rl

Ricliard J tuicchiotti 11 ,SU.un% Rl

Scnk^rs

91


92

Sel-liors

Kevin S CJarltor

Nathaniel L CJiirman

Sara L Ciirnevak'

Canton, MA

CJeorgetown, KY

Oranston, Rl

Michelle K Carroll

Roselle Park,

NJ


Aylah CJohen East Brunswick,

NIJ


Ivticl^el J H Crawford

94

Senit^rs

Lincoln, Rl

Jarrett li

Crtjnaii

E;i.sr Providence, BJ

IvIargareC M Crowley Lasc*.jla

Nloelle S Crozier

Pawtucket, Rl

Nartaeansett, Rl


Oail M I>;Rohl

Oranston, RJ

Amanda K L^f^iimoi

Cranston, m

Seniors

95


Luke A Dinezza

Kristin L E^Noia

JacxiLieline

O

L^cigo

Ali-son B Ditman UD -^ PS

Warwick, Rl

96

Senitjrs

Lynbrtxjk,

NY

Kristin Cj I ritri

MiUthew Ci L>iZiizzo

NJarraj^-.insett, Rl

Pelham, NH

Somerset, MA

CJolleen M

nihoix^lsky

Warwick Rl

Oranfie, CTT

Katarzyna K Omtx:Ii Providence, Rl


Cieor^e K\ I>itfy

Nlicole J Ouliide

Nutley, NJ

Cranston, Rl

jon

P

IJhjpre

Middle Isiana N1

l^einna Kl l>.ira

Kr*>eville, PA

Scnitirs

97


Michelle Faria 98

Senkirs

\x/est Warwick. Rl

Ki>.ne, NI 1

Hartsdale. NY

East

Brunswick, NJ


Liiura S. Held

Rachel A Field

W.irwick. Rl

C;mn.il<,.>. Rl

Kathryn

L Gallaher

VCestwocid, MA

Wakefield. Rl

FrecJerick F Finn JIJ

East

Lyme,

err

Christopher

D Fisher

P.ii.,i|->iiany. NJ


Nancy

O C

i I

,

Maritza CJ CJiomez

Ann Marie Cjc>ncalv

Mark 1 1 Cuxxhi

.

Pawtuckei. Rl

Provkkncc, Rl

Pa^T^iicket, Rl

Q>iini.V. MA


(.

-'hristopHer J Honihy Elmsford, NY

II. .^v:,l.l

LiiLira C Htiwe

North tCinKsn>"". R'

VCest KinKston, Rl

Jilh.iiil

Mc-Klian R Wiiion.

1

hi^hc^

c rr

Sc-n


Harrison. NY

Sinisbury, CT~

North Kii^gstown, Rl

RehoKwK MA


Fanw>xxl, NJ

Senkirs

105


Ciintlice V Karl

N,-w

t

liii.i.iii. CJT

MkhaelAKatz

Bisi Brunswick. NJ

Peter X Kehix-

AlhiirK.

VT

Liiuren M

KelM^hin

E;i-st GreenM-uh. Rl


John

R Lachacz

MarvLsqitin, NJ

Miiry l-itt; IXKTtor i.^t Ph; Hiunnvinion

Cara L

Landy

West Hartford, err

rslicole H Laurico

Justin J LaPietra ^X^esterlv.

Rl

Kic^ryan

E Lijsh

C5enville. NJ

Jessica S Lavin

t>anielle B Lazar

Oakdale. err

North Vt^ales. PA

I u. PJ .,.J Cc- S- .iC

ireenville, Rl

Seniors

107


Ryan A Liese S=..-cn ..J T.cl.

Westerly, Rl

1

k.Uy

S

Light

r...i.i.,, Clo, M nj D Acton. MA

West

Warwick. Rl

Rockville Oantre, NY


Steven J

Lippel

M....^.'-

Caroline E

Lucrecia \/

.-ID

<

New Rochelle, NY

Mageaii

OTiirlcstown. Rl

R Ml

-.

Loj^ez

."S

Providence, Rl

Meli nda A Maf40c-> Wesi

Urns Branch, NJ

^slaonli M Love PD

-d

S

Pawtucket, Rl

J' eph

T Miiln>

NX'arwick, Rl

Laura L Mathieu

Jennifer M Macta

South Dartmouth, MA

Little Compron, RJ

PcLbcl Soe^c.

Cbltoi% NY

Ja.nes

A

Klanj^iiimeli

&.;.1 Orecnwich. Rl

Alison B McUriUis

S.=."J<.r, CJ

WD .-J P' Lincoln, 1

Cassandra Lut

..J

C~,WI,

Warwick, Rl

Senio


North Kingstown, Rl

Sherborn,

MA

Lexingtcjn,

MA

Huntington E\iv. NY


Laine E

Mowry

Nordi Smithfield. Rl


IX.iiienic S

Mur^i

>X/arwick. Rl

Rebeccii Nichols I I 1 2

Seniors

..(..,

Nonh

Kin^slown.

Rl

Rebecca A Nolai

Lisii M Muth

Jo,s.-ph My

Wiait Oiarlton, NY

X/est Vi'arwick. Rl

Xara M

Jslugent

MeglTan

K O'Brien

CL.. M .~J D.

Medf ieUi MA

Tiverton,

Rl

Pleasantville.

NY

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Bobby:

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all

of your accomplishments and achievements... ^nd this is the

just beginning.

We wish you all

Tonf Saf onte

Alwaqs for then

happq u/ith yourself qou'll be a true success

be

the very best in your future

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deavors. lx)ve and may

Love

Alwatfs.

Dad, Mom. Nicole & Chris

God bless you.

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Sagar Rick. l>ci(l. Andrew, and 1 are all very

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look at me and the words

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Songratuhtioiis Kimberly! You

are

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Enjoy that road to success,

I

know you will succeed in everything you do. You should be proud ofallyour accomplish ments.

I am!!

Love, Mom

Kimberly Mary Johns

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are so

proud of all your

accomplishments! Love, Mom. Oad

& Kerri

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day

forward you

only joy and happiness. We are so proud of you and all your accomplish ments. Congratulations and have

brought

us

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can

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vou

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Skipp/ MkIi.hI

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Phil:

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if.

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brothers and smers.

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weren

where I wouldbe right now.

m

proud and coe

loue you.

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rock and if it

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you,

I wouldn 't be here anymore. KKl

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you for everything you Ve done and sacrificed for me. UTP&rAEA

feKm ysm Biumsm

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Our little

happen?! Morgann has

grown into such a lovely, mature, and successful young woman!! It seems like only yes when you were just a little (and we do mean little!!) girl

bright terday

full of fun and

truly

were

you

happiness. When you another blessing from

came

then smaller group. As time went the mix and then we were eight!

to our

into

our

family

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so

added

much

more

to

Now, sadly for mommy and daddy, the numbers are starting to dwindle and, Morgann, you are the next one to begin life on own.

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fill

our

lives with love

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new

dimes.

plate of homemade wishes on the window sill. eight is enough to fill our lives with love.

Thre's

And

ever

to

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Godspeed, Morgann! Congratulations on your college graduation! Enjoy your life, your new career as an engineer, and your future wher ever they may lead you. Keep Jesus in your heart and you will always be safe and happy. Please

come

home often for homemade

wishes and to continue

to

fill

our

lives will

love!

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compiled through

of sitting in front of

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tracking down photos, and going

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a caiTiera to

find the

teered their pictures we are

that. Even

ones

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though

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couldn't track dowTn.

and

many,

with to

our

task,

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started this year with

we

different ideas about what this book would look like,

all

we

pulled together

to

produce

the 2003 Renaissance Yearbook NX/e want to

be the first

to

congratulate

now

every

member of the CIeiss of 2003. You have worked hard times seemed

to esLrn

so

illusive.

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and may you

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degree, which you all

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The 2003 Renaissance, Volunne 101,

was

;

2003 Renaissance consisted of 264 pages i>nd hi

$35,000 plus

Jostens Printing and PublLshing

printei

PA-. Our representative wi'is NIorval E. G-arnett

office consultant

Hir

I

press

run

was

in Stare

College,

Yvette Freemjin. The

of 350 cxipies. The 2003

Budget

was

>ld for $ 50 in the fall and $60 in the spring.

corrections and additions. Tlie bcx

The office of the Renaissance is located in Roo

I2

Road, Kingston RI 02881. The phone number

pi)

i

Union, 50 Lower College 874-5897. Tine e-mail address Ls

5 <if the Mcinorial

renaissanceyearbook@hotnr>ail.com. caff of the 2003 Rei-iaissiince would like

u

and supptirt in the daunting ei^ideavor c^f Htxibbcl, Tom E>ougan, Ron Barlow, Oave I5ast 1

i.^^i-'

folk>wing people for their outstanding

ink the

ing this year's edition: Maureen McDemaott, Dee Brad IrLsh and the Alumni Association. Not

to

l.iiCroix, Keri-Lyn IDucliamie, Tonya SrodcLird, L-aLi,

ani.1

-ho, if

Joy Hess for their Linwavering support.

not

for his

help,

we

would

never

htive

University's IO colleges. Sports media relations, all the students who submitted photos, and al those jTeople we inevitably ft>rgot to mention but never forget to appreciate.

accomplished anything. Also, the

Dean's offices of the

LJefign

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A.11 pages

were

created

on

Dell

PCTs

desktop

The KennLsisiince Yearl^iciok is

running NX/indows 95 and 2000. Adobe

Pagemaker

v.

6.5 and

Jostens Yeartech

v.

2003

used for page desigi-i. Visioneer Paperport and Adobe Photoshop LE were usetl for ere were

of digital imiiges. NJavy Leatherex. Endsheets are recycled. Paper stock is 80 pound

and

rnanipulation

The

cover

is 829

Blue Stone 300

inding

is

Smyth

sewn.

Omni

a

stihsidiiiry of

URI Student Seriate. Both Reniihtniicu^ and

proofs

were

Student Seniite ind

rely

on

Ixir receives

are

stLident

rtin

organizatioi'LS

stutlent volunteers. NIo sciff

profits

'ertisements,

or

obtained

mem-

through siles, ad-

portraits as.six;iated with the

publiojtion t>f the book. The Ren^iissance holds copyright privileges and can not be reprinted in my fa.shion

\vithout written

corLsent

of the

2003 staff.

St.ff I Ljpographij

Typeset were w^is

The 2003 Rcnaissiincze staff

ATYAlbert and ATY Reti

used

throughout the

book. Ba

black.

MnotograpliL Sports

sec

Lssociate members.

Media Relations-

All other

photographs were taken by the Renaissance staff, Keri-Lyn Dave Ducharine, Gipron, friends, and helpful members inf the URI student KxJy. Senior portraits gradLiation, homecoiriing and some candids were taken by D.iVor Phottigraphy, 654 c;r,-.r R,^H

by

DaVor

was conapt>sed of Timp.son, Editor-in-C^hief, C-andace Karl, Assistant Editor, Jenni Hlubik, Btisiness Editor, Stacey Elkin.s Photogr-aphy Editor, Audrey Albrecht, Seniors and Oraduation Editt>r, Kristin Miirge, Sports Editor, and Kelly Hayes, (.")rganizations Editor, with additional help from

Sarah

PO Box 8507, Ben.salem PA 19020.

raphs were developed and printed Phi>tography.

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