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1^ Ellery HaU 36 Faculty Apartments^ "Fayerweather Hall 40
"Tootell Physical Educaiion Center 98 Transition Center 49 Tucker House 113 'Tyler HjU. academic computer center 100 Uhuru SaSa House 117 "Wales Hall, mechanical engineering 101
ViUage 116 Heaihman Hall 48
Washburn Hall 102
'Hope Hall, dining Hopkins Hall 51
Watson House 104 Wcldm House IPharmacy Conference Cenicr) 125 "Women's Center 56 'Woodward HaU,
Peck HaU 69
Presidents House 78
Roger Residence and
Hutchinson Hall 53 Merrow Hall 65
'White Hall. nursmg9
"Adams Hall 1 Aldrich Hall 4
Tucker Hall 99
URI Hostel (Rte Brrtsler Mall 16
17 "BurnsideHaU 18
Buncrdcld Hall, rtiidence and Coddington Hall 26
Alpha Chi Omega 5 Alpha Delta Pi 6 Alpha Epsilon Pi 7
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involved in one of these student organizaclubs. School isn't just academics; get URI has over 60 organizations and of the college experience. For more information new things are all part new friends and learning tions now! Senate office, 138 Memorial Union (792-2261). please contact the Student
AIESEC (Economics and Business Mgt.) Alternative Food Co-op Amateur Radio Club (WIKMV) American Marketing Association
Amnesty International Armenian Club Baha'i Club Campus Crusade for Christ
Commuter Association Entrepreneur's Club
Gay Task Force
Hellenic Association Hillel (B'nai B'rith Hillel) Assoc.
International Students Association Intervarsity Christian Fellowship Italian Club Latin American Students Association Little Brother/Little Sister
Model United Nations Mortar Board
Renaissance Sailing Club Ski Club Ski Team Society for Creative Anachronism Society of Women Engineers Student Entertainment Committee Student Senate Student Video Center Students for Israel Students for Social Change Surf" Club Tae Kwon Do Uhuru Sa Sa
Good Five-Cent Cigar Great Swamp Gazette
Memorial Union Board of Directors
Financial Management Association Follies Bazaar Food Sci., Tech., Nutr., and Diet. Club Frisbee Club
Older Students Association Outing Club
Rampages Recreational Services Council
Catholic Students Association Chess Club Chi Alpha Campus Christian Fellowship
RI Public Interest Research
Campus Health Ed./Alcohol Resource Serv.
Native American Students Association
URI-TV WRIU Wildlife Society Women's Collective Women's Crisis Center
Hunger Committee Wrestling Club Young Americans for Freedom College Democrats College Republicans SOAR Students Organized Against Racism CARE-Committee Against Rape & Exploitation World
1 '1^^ 1 "-1 Athletic Facilities Athletic
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is home to much
than basketball courts and swimming pools. The Athletic ROTC and Physical Education Departments have their offices there as does the Recreational Services Council. There is something for everyone in the URI Ath letic Department.
KEANEY Men's intercollegiate weight Three basketball courts Athletic training center
With a valid URI Student ID, the following sports equipment is available for two days free of charge. There is a SI. 00 charge for every day the equipment is overdue. There will be
no substitutions (like valuables) for a stu dent ID. Open recreation hours are posted. Equipment which is stolen, broken or misused will be billed to the
Co-recreational weight room Men's locker rooms and sauna Women's locker room
Women's intercollegiate Three swimming pools
Wrestling room Gymnastics equipment
Twelve badminton courts Men's locker room Women's locker rooms and
Three basketball courts Five racquetball/handball courts Dance studio
Badminton raquets and shuttlecocks Tennis raquets Volleyballs and nets Golf bags and clubs
Softballs, bats and bases Footballs
Basketballs Soccer balls
Weightlifting belts Jump ropes Feflective Jogging Vests Frisbees
CLUB SPORTS sauna
Sports Program is to sporting and competitive activity for any interest faculty, or staff member who has the desire to participate, to develop skills in specific sports, and to provide an opportunity for extramural competition in sports which are not part of the intercollegiate athletic instructional program. Competition, recreational and clubs combine to make the total Club Sports Program both diversified and comprehensive. New clubs are ini The purpose of the URI Club
Practice and game field for field Two practice football fields Four softball fields
Running track Varsity softball field Four intramural football fields
Archery targets Golf driving area Rugy field Par Course Fitness Cluster Two Beach Volleyball Courts
Outdoor basketball courts
Football (M) Field Hockey (W))
Volleyball (W) Soccer (M,W) Tennis (M,W)
Swimming (M,W) Diving (M,W) Baseball (M) Softball (W) Basketball (M,W)
OUTDOORS Meade Football Stadium Three soccer fields -
tiated whenever sufficient interest is demonstrated de pending on available finances, facilities, staffing, etc. Current Club Sports include: Crew (M.W)
CycHng (M,W) Ice Hockey (M) Lacrosse (M,W)
Rugbv (M,W) Sailing Team (M,W) Sailing Club (M,W) Ski Team (M,W) Water Polo (M,W)
Volleyball (M) For information on any of these programs and when meet, or if interested in initiating a specific activity into the Club Sports Program please contact the Recrea tional Services Office.
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GREEK LIFE AT URI Greek You
fulfilling if you spend them
and the best > ears of > our life. These years can be even more member of the Greek communit> Fratemlt> sororit> li\ Ing offers much more than
begin your coUese
development, more in leadership deveiopment. more in athletics, more in campus in social development, and all at a lower cost. Presentiv tbere are seventeen national fraternities and eight national sororities at the I'mversitv of Rhode Island. Ml of the houses are located within one-quaner mile of the academic buildings, so walking to classes is no problem. There are only four fraternities that do not have houses on campus. They are .Mpha Tau Omega (ATOl. Beta 1 beta Pi. lau Kappa Epsilon (TKE), and Zeta Beta Tau (ZBT). To find an> of Ihe other houses, just use the map
dormitory li\ ing-more
and communitv insoKement.
ACADEMICS; Did you know that if you |oin a fratemlt> or sorort^-. >ou stand a better chance of graduiJiing Irom college/ Statistics show that 64% of Greek students graduated as compared to 47% non-<:ireeks. Peer pressure to perform v^ell in scholastics, the concern for brothers and sisters to help each other in their courses, and the desire the fratemity or sororit> instills to stav in school are all factors proinoting academic achievement. LEADERSHIP: Greek hfe offers many opportunities for leadership development. Each house has an elected sbte of officers as well as delegates on the Interfratemitv Council and Panhellenic .\ssociatlon (organizations that tie the (ireek S\ stem together and oversee activities). There are numerous opportunities for one to demonstrate his her leadership abilities and leam something about organization and group leadership. ATHLETICS: Fach >ear. the I'niversity's intramural sports league is dominated b> Greeks. Each house sponsors one or two teams in each of the twelve sports such as basketball, softball. footbaU. and voUev ball. Not only do these activities offer a chance to become InvolvecL but thev prov Ide a good time and often a winning season. CAMPUS AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT:' If you are Interested in getting involved, Greeks are a great place to start. Not onl> are student organizations enthusiastically staffed b> (jteek members, but the fraternities and sororities extend their efforts to the surroimding community Each house sponsors philanthropic projects for cancer, leukemia, and multiple sclerosis to name a few. SOCIAL: The social aspect of Greek living seems to be the most publicized. Each house sponsors socials. formals. spring weekends and Homecoming dances. These events provide an opportunity for almost limitless social contacts, many of them becoitiing life-long friends. Along with the academic, social and athletic activities, Greek life offers a chance to be yourwlf. Individuality is stressed, each person having something special and unique to offer their house. We hope you will consider the Greek e\perience-we help make college more than leaming. ..we make it an education! .
ACTIVE of a
fully initialed fratemity sorority.
aciive member of
fraternity or sororily collegiate chapter. a
who leaves the
1 Ihe number of pledges
may have. Ihe lime when
Interfratemity Council, a repre sentative goveming body of all fraterni
pendent becomes acquainted
Greek system and its members
wilh the on
pledge a fiatcmily or
rushee whose parent. sister was a Greek. a
legiate branch sorority.
given a fratemity or
student who is
registered for formal rush and attending rash functions.
chapters on campus who U^ned lo aid rushees. During
FRATERNITY zation for
interest, friendship and assistance. GREEK
student who has
accepted the bid of a fraternity or sorority and of who enters into a period tfaining to leam the history, traditions, and goals of PLEDGE
rash, they will give advice,
questions, and help you make your decision about sorority member ship.
members. PREFERENCE CARDS INDEPENDENT not a
sorority rushee signs al Ihe close of formal rush indicating the order of preference for the sororities from which
person who is Greek organiza a
she will accept bids.
logelher for educational
social purposes, ll is a living experience because it is women
Greek Life Becoming a member ot a fraternity can be a great college experience. No other group at this university can offer you the brotherhood, inlerfraternal camaraderie, and social activities that a fraternity can. Fraternity members are highly visible on campus and thai is due lo ihe opponunity for campus and communiiy
provides. A good percenlagc of the student leader positions are held by Greeks. Many local, regional and national charities have benefited from the thousands of dollars and man hours that are donated by our chapters. Joining a fratcrnily is a life commitment. Greek alumni always have a place to call home, and college men to call brothers. Alumni brothers are regularly informed of IFC and chapter events through financial support lo the chapter. Presidcnls. senators, successful businessmen and celebrities have said that being Greek gave Ihem the leadership qualities and confidence to succeed. The Greek life has been beneficial to many people. They chose to become of Ihe opportunity to meet and s(K"ialize with others who had similar interests, lo improve academic progress, and to develop tasting friendships. Through IFC Rush, you have the opportunity to make Ihal same choice. Best of luck in finding the fratemity that's right tor you! involvement Ihat Greek life
Beta Theta Pi
Beta Theta Pi "Beta"
Phi Gamma Delia
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Sigma Pht Epsilon "Sig Ep"
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Kappa Epsilon "TKE"
Zeta Beta Tau "ZBT"
Theta Delta Chi
sorority is a adjustment
home away from home: a group of women who make to college life a little easier. Sisterhood, beginning the
a pledge, is a term that is difTicult to explain yet in the basis of every sororily. Sisterhood results from sharing dreams. goals, laughter and tears. Sisterhood provides you with lasting friend ships and memories that will enrich your college years and which you
Along with sisterhood come other very important elements of sorority as scholarship and leadership. Sorority women stress the im portance of academic achievement Ihorugh various scholarship pro grams. As a pledge you are encouraged to study wilh others in the same major so that the more experienced women can help if you have a problem. C hapter scholarship awards are also part of this picture. Sorority members may accept membership on various committees within the sorority as well as others on campus. Members are encour aged to assume leadership of committees by seningas chapter ofTicers. Sororities work together on charity projects as well as community and campus affairs to increase school spirit as well as increase student par ticipation in all campus affairs. We can't stop there other important elements of sorority life include sporting and social events. Intramurals between sororities pro vide friendly competition among the women. Flag football, volleyball, soccer and basketball are just a few! Remember anyone can play. life, such
involved in social events such
formals. Greek Week
banquets just to get you started but there are many more! I hope that you have begun to get an idea of what sorority life is atl
about. Rush Week will
give you the opportunity to view all of the ask questions! Whatever sorority you choose as your home friendships you form will be strong and lasting and will build memones you'll chensh a lifetime. sororities
Alpha Chi Omega "Alpha Chi"
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Sigma Sigma Sig Sig"
Presenting New Students
ROWAN ABBOTT Chichester. Engliind
Princeton H.S L.trin'.idqrs, Photography Undecided PAtJL ADAMONIS VVuv k, Rl Wanvick Veterans Memorial H.S. U,.s.Im11. Football Business JF.KFREY ADAMS IXiiruv MA Denn s Yarmouth Regional H.S ( . tiiirMit.T^. Environment Engineering KATERINA AC5ADAKOS lV|..,l.kl, Rl Dr.im.i, Newspaper
Kingstown H.S. Italian
KERRI ALLSTON \\y..' ;
Winchester H.S Political Science
JOSI PH ANALETTO .M.
,:.... MA I. siu. 1.1, Music
St. Johns PrepBusiness
ERIC ANDERSON Ml,il,.un. Rl B..srl.,i!l Basketball MEGGAN ASTARITA Hr,..,.l,l.., N.J Ai,.i,,k, Field 1 lockev
Middletown H.S. Science Lakes H.S
St John the
Rimninq. Surfing KRISTEN BARAN l.,vh,.l,l, N.J
Ch.vrl.Mdinq ,iitxx3k JEFFREY BARNES ll..llist.,n, MA S( ui>,i
D. H.S. Science
Bridge H.S. Psychology
Lcxinglon. MA Horses. Skiing
JONATHAN BARRETT r.i.l Chriiwich. Rl 1
East Greenwich H.S
SI i/ANNE BARSI ( 1 I'll i.i.i, N.J
Bridge H.S. Education
LINDSAY BARTUS Ni.rr.igsett. Rl Aerobics. Astrology
HOLLY BECKER Wrentham. MA Horses. Soccer
<ing Philip Regional H.S. Oceanography
lluiiliii.l^in. N-l' Diiiniiii^, V.jUeyball
Huntington H.S. Education
RACHAEL BENNER Wood Ridge. NJ Drama. Environment ERICA BERCHMAN WishimtonTwTi NJ I'll i.l. Yearbook SIDRA BERMAN 1 i.si M,.,,dow. NY FBlJ\, Hillel .
JESSICA BERNSTEIN Matawan. NJ Aerobics. Animals USA BLAFER
Paramus Catholic H.S. Fine Arts Westwood Jr.-Sr H.S.
Undecided East Meadow H.S. Business
Vianney H.S Speech Therapy
Montville. NJ Aerobics, People JEREMY BLOCK
Twp. H.S. Psychology
STEPHANIE BOISVERT Glocester. RI Soccer. Student Gov
West Morris Central H.S.
KELLY BOYLE Liinliertville. NJ FBlj\
TRICIA BOZZELU O.ikland, NJ
Regional H.S. Marketing
Indian Hills H S.
Cli.'.rliMdinq. Dancini MICHAEL BOZZI B,.s,||,.ill. Skiing
BRANDON BRADSHAW Akron
C...nil>Lilers I oolball KRISTIN BRADY Old Savbrook, CT An. Cn'.ilive
ROBYN BRAVERMAN MA giiieado People Travel
Longmeadow H,S, Psychology
JESSICA BRILLI S.iwlle, NY Art. Skiing JOSHUA BROWN B:..-...
Ml-Gl IAN BROWN St
Manorville, NY Music. Vollc.vb.ill SANDY BUONOPANE Oiiin
Quincy H.S. Accounting
KENNETH BURKE I'ort
Washington. NY Kugby. Scuba Diving DAVID BURNETT Millis, MA
Millis H S
B,is,.ball, l,,,ih,,ll SOMMER BUSSINGER
RACHEL ANNE CAMARRA Canton. MA Drama. White Water Raiting ASIA CAMPAGNA
Higganum. CT People
Coventry H.S. Accounting Fontbonne Academy Science
JOE CANGELOSI Tinton Falls. NJ
Christia n Brothers
Hockev Tr,niel USA CAPOBIANCO W,i
EUZABETH CAPRIO War^vick. Rl Aerobics. Music
Mineola. NY LaCrosse. Student Govt
Toll Gale H S.
Humanities Toll Gate H S
St Bernards Central Catholic Liberal Arts, Psychology
ANNA CHOI Ridgewood. NJ Creative Writing. Music DOROTHY CHOJNACKI
Ridgewood H.S. Communications
Name H.S. Education
Baseball. Basketball SUSAN CHYMBOR Bristol. CT Skiing. Softball JENNIFER CINQUEGRANA
Kingston. Rl Canipinq, Volleyball
Britol Central H.S Business
Kingstown H.S Science
SARAH CLARK Westfield. MA
REBECCA CIARKE Wanvick. Rl
Toll Gate H.S Communications
Wayne Valley H.S Business
Baseball. Football TARACOL South
Hadley. MA People. Swimming
South Hadley H.S Science
TRACY COMEAU l.ill River. MA s.,ftb.ill. Field Hockey NANCY CONNER Br.iintree, MA
B.M.C. Durfee H.S.
Physical Therapy Archbishop
People. Water Skiing
Animals. Environment AMI COOPER Cumberland. Rl
Dancing. Volleyball KAREN COTE Nashua. NH Cheerleading. Soccer
AARON COTTY Whilestone. NY B,is,.b,ill. Golf
Science Cumberland H.S Education Nashua H.S.
Physical Therapy Archbishop Molloy H.S. Oceanography
BERTA COUTO Central Falls, Rl Animals. Cheerleading HEATHER COX ( .irlisle. PA
Inirk. Snowbo.irdinq CHRISTOPHER COYLE Pawlucket. Rl tiasketball. Football
Central Falls Jr. Sr, HS,
Undecided Carlisle HS
Pre-Pharmacy William E Tolman HS Eiducation
GRETCHEN CRAWFORD Lincoln. Rl
Basketball, Golf MELANIE CRAWFORD Natick, MA
H<Kkev. Volleyball USA CROTEAU Worcester. MA
Music, Softball STACIA CULLERTON Woonsocket. Rl Student Govt.. Volleyball AMANDA CUTLER North Brunswick. NJ Music. Softball
Lincoln HS Education
Natick HS Marine Affairs Burncoat Sr HS
Engineering Woonsocket Sr. H.S
Pharmacy North Brunswick H.S
CEARA CUTLER Millis. MA
Millis H S. Humanities
Dancing. Gvirinastics ALISON DAVIS Northvale. NJ Drama. Student Gov t KEIUE DAVIS
Lancaster. PA Crew. Environment
Valley Reg, HS Psychology
Topsfield. MA People. Running
Bishop Fenwick HS. Nursing
ERIKA DELIA ROSA
Sayville. NY Honor Society, Language ROBIN DE NEAULT East Freetown. MA
Sayville HS. Foreign Languages Apponequet Regional H.S.
MARY DE NONE Convent Station. NJ
Morristown-Beard H.S. Undecided
STEPHANIE DERVAN Ocean Twp NJ Environment. People CHRISTOPHER DESROSIERS .
Communications Waterford H
Choir, Drama CHRISTIAN DI MARE
Holmdel, N.I Basketball.
Holmdel H S
EMIUE Dl MARIO
LaCrosse. Poetry NICKDOHENY
Washington-Lee H.S. Wildlife Mgmt
Animals. Baseball MEUSSA DONAHUE Bnstol. Rl
Mary Academy-Bayview Communications
Ridgewood. NJ Hiking. LaCrosse
Ridgewood HS Psychology
NICOLE DORANS Coventrv. Rl Music. F'iano REBECCA DORNFELD
JACK DORR Rumford. ME
Undecided BRIAN DRAVIS
Cromwell. CT Soccer.
COLLEEN DRISCOLL Wanvick. Rl F-ield Hockev. EU DUBIN
STACEY DUCHARME Woonsocket. Rl Music. SADD SETH DUDLEY Easton. ME
Toll Gate HS
Education Falmouth H S, Business
Mt. St. Charles H.S. Human Science & Services Easton H S
AOIFE PUFFIN Dumont HS, Dietics
Riiiiiiinq. Softball MIKE DUFFLEY (Vnlnville. MA FooiImII Water Skiinq
Bamstable H S Business
CHRISTINE DUIW Middletown. Rl
Abbey Schcxjl Communications
JOSHUA DUQUETTE Cumberland, Rl
Chester, NJ Art, Basketball
Notre Dame H S.
Dancing, Environment ABIGAIL ENGROFF Patten, ME Baseball. Water Skiing SUSANNE ESWORTHY
Science Katahdin H.S.
Phannacy Dulaney H.S. FashionMerchandising
Ellard H S.
MARIE ECU Millstone, NJ
PAUL EVANS Alexandria, VA Golf, ROTC MATT FAODEGON Colonic, NY Skiing. Vollevball
Ireton H.S. Business
Niskayuna H.S. Engineering
PETER FA Van
Cumberland H.S. Liberal Arts
Cumberland. Rl Basketball, Music STEPHEN FECTEAU Nesconset, NY Basketball, Drama JOSH FEIN
Smithtown H.S. Mathematics Education Elizebeth Invin H.S.
New York, NY
Basketball, Music JOSEPH FERRANDO
Wallingford, CT Swimminq. Track
Mark T. Sheehan H.S.
CHRIS FERRETTT Bavonne. N.J Drama. Tennis
Marist H S
MEUSSA FIGUEIREDO Pawtucket. Rl Travel, The Beatles FRANK FISCHER Flemington, N,I
Reg. H.S. Management
Fishing. Skiing AUBREY FLESZAR
Troy. NY Poetry. Swimming
NICOLE FLEURY Livermore. ME
Livermore Falls H.S.
CATHERINE FOLEY Worcester. MA Phntoqr.iphv. Scuba Diving
LAUREN FONTAINE Sl.iiis
E.G. Smith H.S. Comm.. Journalism
Plioloqt.iphv. Surfinq CHERIE FRANCHEBOIS Pittsfield. MA Animals. 1 lorses
Central H.S. Marine Biology
STACEY FRANK Melville, NY Aerobics, Volunteerism
Half Hollow Hills H.S East
JILL FRIEDENBURG New Hyde Park. NY
EJenjamin Cardozo H S.
Gymnastics. Weight Training
l.<iCrossc. Skiinq LARISSA GAI.ANTI ",
New Fairfield H.S.
ngGame RICHARD <,AI lAGHER WamicK. KI Football, ROIC
Warwick Veterans H S. Pre-Law
Arlington, MA Music, VoUeylMll
MEUSSA GARBER Staten Island, NY
AUSHA GARDINER Wakefield, Rl
Animals, Spiorts JON GARON
Kingstown H S Accounting
Cumberland H S
Gocxl Counsel Academy Communications
Basketball, D.incinq USA GERSHKOFF 1 '..,:.- 11, Rl ll,.
i.lent Gov t.
HOLLY GIFFAULT I
Sacred Heart Academy Marine Affairs
KATHRYN GIGUO i 'i 1 it in lunction, NJ West Windsor-Plainsboro H.S Choir. Scuba Diving Aquaculture
Pittsfield. MA Aerobics. Basketball
Pittsfield H.S Science
MICHAEL GLENNAN Floral Park. NY Baseball, Golf MOLLY GUNSKY
Floral Park Memorial H S
Sioiiv Brook, NY
Ward Melville H S
PETER GODBOUT Manchester, NH
SETH GOLDBERG Toms River. NJ Dr.ima. Musir
Toms River H.S. South
CORTNEY GOLDSTEIN North Bellmore. NY
H.S. Liberal Arts
[-eople. Photography JESSICA GOUN
Newington. CT f lorses. Photography
Newington H S Psychology
KAREN GORDON Rockville. Rl Art, Computers
Mortis Hills H.S Business
Aerobics. DECA KRISTIN GOSSEUN W.irren. Rl D.incing. Dram.i DAVID GRAVEUN Last Greenwich. Rl
Academy Speech Therapy
East Greenwich H.S.
Guitar. Soccer SHERRI GREENSEID
Dudley. MA Cheerleading.
ERIN GRISWOLD JamestowTi, NY
Jamestown H.S. Liberal Arts
TRACEY HAIG Delaware
Valley Regional H,S, Marine Biology
Wellesley, MA Dancinq. Cooking
NEIL HANSEN Auburn. ME
Edward Little H S.
CHERYL HANSON Boscawen. NH Creative
Woonsocket H S
Cheerleading. Volleyball RYAN HELFENBEIN Stevensville MD
Valley H.S. Journalism
JENNIFER HAYMAN Woonsocket. Rl
Queen Anne's County H.S. Business
LAUREN HELFMAN Mmhiss, t NY Running liiinis
Paul D. Schreiber H.S Education
KATHLEEN HENDERSON Thornton
ANGELA HENRY Essex Junction H.S.
EssexJunclion. VT Drama Photography
ADAM HERBERT Pinkerton
Derry. NH Baseball. (Joll
EUSABETH HESSLER Lincoln School Pre Med
Barrington. Rl People. Squash CORTNEY HILL East Setauket. NY
Ward Melville H.S.
LAUREN HOCHSTRASSER Cranston West H S. Cranston, Rl Environmental Science Environment, Skiing LORI HOFFER ILastchester H.S. Eastchester. NY
Dancing. People DELAWARE HOOD
Ewing H S. Engineering
Ewing. NJ Hockey. Surfing GERI HORENSTEIN
Albany Academy for
Albany. NY Dancinq. Horses
KELLY HORRIGAN Ashburn. VA
Broad Run H.S.
HEATHER HURFORD Northfield Mt. Hcrtnon School Southport, ME Marine Affairs Camping. Photography AMY ILARIA Old Bridge HS Old Bridge. NJ Liberal Arts Skiing. Swimming AIMEE IRLA Tiverton, RI Environment.
Dudley. MA Football. Skiinq NICOLE JANTORNO Chern, I lill. NJ
BETH JAROSZ Lincoln, Rl
Pharmacy ChenT/ Hill West H S. Undecided Lincoln H.S.
LAUREN JENSEN-AKUW Oakland, CA S.^,.,,,.
Bishop ODowdHS, Liberal Arts
ANDREA .IF I 1 FR
Valley Stream South HS, ^
JENNIFER JOHNSON Bnghton. Mi
Drama. Rollerblading KRISTEN JOHNSON
Environment. Horses DOUGLAS JOSSEM
Westhill H.S. Communications
Stamford. CT Music. People DEVON JURGENSEN Dobbs Fen-y, NY
lona Prep. Liberal Arts
Basketball. Weightlihing JESSICA KALAPOS
FrankScotI Bunnell H.S.
Choir. Dancing BECKY KALETSKI
Tmmbull H.S. Business
Cheerleading. Skiing NATAUE KAMMERUNG
Walt Whitman H.S.
Crew. Tennis MICHAEL KASZTEJNA Savlorsburg. PA Hiking. Orchestra KATHRYN KAUFMAN Victor. NY
Valley H.S. Pharmacy
Victor Sr H.S.
Notre Dame H.S.
Elmira Free Academy
Haddonfieki Memorial H S
Art. Surfing DAVID KENYON Covinliv, Rl Bask.-mall. Science ALUSON KERSCH Mertick. NY
STEPHEN KILEY North
QuiiKv, MA Hock.-v. Skiiiiq
Quincy H.S. Business
Seaholm H.S. Business
Guitar. Soccer DANIEL KLUG
Wilbraham & Monson Academy Longmeadow, MA L.aCrosse. Scuba Diving Business
Randolph. NJ People. Field Hockey
Division Avenue H S
Anim.ils Environment JEFFREY KOSIOREK
Baskelb.i!l. Swimming JESSICA KOSTARIDES Wakelield. Rl Aniiii.ils. Music LAURIE KOZAKEWICH Whippany. NJ Skiing, Softball
H S Science
BARBI KREMEN East Branswick. NJ Art. Ballet JOSH KRENTZMAN Sharon. MA
Sharon H S, Science
RENEE lA FOND East Providence. Rl Ballet. Volunteerism LAURA LAIACONA
The Hun School Liberal Arts
Mary Academy-Bayview Engineering Troy H.S
STEPHANIE LAJOIE Millis H.S. Millis, MA Fashion Merchandising Skiing, Volleyball JOSHUA UUVIBERT Davies Career & Technical H.S. Central Falls, Rl Baseball, Video Games Engineering CRYSTAL LA RIVIERE Sanborn Regional H.S. NH Kingston, Studies Women's Skiing. Swimming CHRISTOPHER LAVIGNE The Derryfield School Contoocook. NH
JOSH LAWRENCE Glocester. Rl
Ponaganset H.S. Pharmacy
Skiing. Soccer CHRISTOPHER LEAVER
North Scituate. RI
Video Games. Role Playing Games SARAH LECKIE NJ Art. Travel ERIK LEE Magnolia, MA Basketball, Football
Engineering H.S Liberal Arts
Manchester JrSr. H S Economics
JENNIFER LEFFINGWELL Union, CT
Stafford H.S. Science
Photography, Running JAMES LEI lER Melrose Park, PA
Cheltenham H S. Science
Photography, Surfing BEN LEVINE
Long Beach H.S.
Long Beach, NY
l.aCrosse, Student Govt.
ROBYN LEVINE Riverdale. NY
John F Kennedy H.S. Communications
LESIA LEWENEC Clifton. NJ
Clifton H S. Pre-Vet
Gvmnastics. Skung ANDREW UDESTRI
Pawtucket. Rl Drama. Horses
Raphael Academy Science
Southbury. CT Basketball. People
H S Education
Ridgewood, NJ Choir, People
GREGORY LOPEZ Goldens
Bridge, Soccer, Weightlifting
John Jay HS
Barrington, Rl Hiking
Barrington HS, tJberal Arts
Hanvichport, MA Fishing, Soccer
Harwich HS Environmental Sciece
JENNIFER MILLER Stamford H.S. Stamford, CT Textile Fashion Retailing Animals. Newspaper JON MILLER West Wanvick H.S. West Wanvick. RI Science Music. Volleyball KARA MILLER North Attleboro H.S. North Attleboro. MA Art, Softball Sociology JACQUEUNE MILLS Providence Countrv Day School Providence. Rl Liberal Arts Baskell-iall. LaCrosse RONNIE MONES Clinton. CT Scuba Diving. Skiing
Xavier H.S. Science
BRIAN MORAN Randolph, NJ
Randolph H.S. Business
Baseball, Guitar ALISON MORI Levittown, NY Environment, Journalism LYNNE MORTARELU
Division Avenue H.S. Environmental Science Natick H.S Liberal Arts
SARAH MOSELEV Charlestown. Rl
Country Union H S. Pharmacy Greenport H.S.
Regional H.S Undecided
Photography. Volleyball AMANDA MOULTON Charleston. VT Campiiiq. Honor Society KERRIN MULUGAN
MEGAN MUNSTER WiiiillMiii, ML
Windham H S
Cheerle.Kiing. Dancing MARC MYCKO
North Chelmsford, MA Readmq. P.iinlball
NICHOLAS NAHIGIAN Glendale. CA
Camping. Ciolf PAMELA NATHAN
Dumont. NJ Art. Hiking JEFF NEALE New Rochelle, NY
Liberal Arts New Rochelle H.S
Basketball. LaCrosse JESSICA NETO
W.iteniUi. MF Art, Po..lrv DAVID NEWELL North Kingstown. Rl
Psychology Bishop Hendricken H S Communications
Guitar. Surfing TRANG NGUYEN
Mt. St. Charles H.S.
Woonsocket, Rl Student Gov't Volunteer DOREEN NICHOLS ,
KRISTI NICOLUCCI Voorhees. NJ
Eastern H.S Fashion
AcTiil.ns. Art ERIKA NICOSIA
Siliii.iriville. NY (
Sciib.1 Diving. Soccer ERIC NODWELL Windsor Locks. CT
JONATHAN NIEMI Rome. NY
Windsor Locks H.S.
NICOLE NOYA Long Beacfi, CA
Mater Dei H S, Communications
Music. Volleyball ALEXANDRA OAT CT
Field Hcxkev, LaCrosse ANDREA OBAN New Durham, NH Water
EUZABETH O'BRIEN North Kingstown. Rl Water
Cranston. Rl Cranston H.S E^st Environment. Field Hockey Communication Disorders BRETT OLSHAN Forest Hills, NY Baseball, Student Gov't,
Forest Hills H.S.
MEGAN OMAR Lincoln. Rl
Whitman-Hanson HS Communicative Disorders
Marblehc.id. MA Jazz. Sailing JENNIFER PAPAGEORGE Halesite. NY
Marblehead H S
Huntington H S Pre Pharmacy
MICHELLE PAPALLO West Haven. CT
West Haven HS,
EVAN PARKER Ipswich. MA
JAY PARKER Wclieslev. MA Aniii.,,;.
College H.S. Zcxilogy
ERICA PARSONS 1
l)i,--,m,, Villi |lii:il
ERIN PARTRIDGE Scituate. MA Creative Writinq, Hockey ALLEN PATRAS Woonsocket. Rl Basketball. Computers
Highlands H S Accounting Scituate H S.
Nursing Woonsocket Sr. H.S Computer Science
CHRISTOPHER PAUGH New Fairfield. CT Guitar. Tae Kwon Do
GAIL PAWLAK Amsterdam. NY
Music. Volleyball ADAMPEARLMAN
New Fairfield HS,
Nursing Galway Central H S Pharmacy Livingston
Bowling. Film CHRISTOPHER PEEL Denville. NJ
Education Morris Knolls H.S.
Washington Twp NJ Cheerleading, Hockey .
EMILY PEREIRA (ireenlield P.irk, NY Choir. Dr.iili.i CATHY PEZZULLO Wanvick. Rl
Environment. Film MEUSSA PICCOU Stafford Springs. CT Music, I'iqeis
Ellenville Central H.S.
Bayview Academy Undecided Stafford H.S Wildlife Biology
ANGELA PISANI Ramsey. NJ Music, Soccer CRAIG PLAUSCHINAT Nortistown, PA Basketball. Soccer LAURA PLITNIK Newtown, CT Horses. Scuba Diving
Ramsey H.S. Psychology
Plymouth Whitemarsh H.S. Pharmacy Newtown H S.
THOMAS POUCASTRO Wrentham, MA Basketball,
King Philip H.S Engineering
Coyle & Cassidy H.S. Environmental Studies
MA Scuba Diving. Skiing
JESSICA POWELL Wilton H.S.
Danbury. CT 1 lorses. Photography
JESSICA PRACHNIAK Acushnet, MA Softball, Travel
New Bedford H.S. Marine Biology
DEONTA PRESCOTT BeUingham, MA Basketball. Music
KATHLEEN PYTKA Cumberland. Rl
Cumberland H.S. Education
Art, People BRIAN QUIGLEY South Kingstown, Rl
ANGEUNARADA Central Falls, Rl
Kingstown H.S. Engineering
Central Falls H S.
Dancing. Volleyball KAREN RAINER North Kingstown. Rl
Running, Skiing JILL RANKIN CUfton, NJ
CUfton H.S. Education
Cheerleading, Skiing CATHERINE REILLY Belleville, NJ
Queen of Peace H.S. Pharmacy
Dancing, Student Gov't. STACY REILLY
Paramus Catholic H.S. Hurnan Sciences & Services
FRAN REINHARDT Whitesboro H.S.
Whitesboro. NY Orchestra, Running
JARED REIS Tiverton, Rl
Tiverton H S.
Baseball, Basketball ALUSON REYNOLDS White Plains, NY Softball, Volleyball TRICIA RICHARD Livermore FaUs, ME Creative
White Plains H.S. Education Livermore Falls H.S. Business
MARISSA RIZZUTO Staten Island, NY
Joseph by the Sea H.S. Fasfiion Merchandising
Medway, MA Dancing
Medway H.S. Psychology
Livingston. NJ Baseball JENIFER ROTH
Skokie, IL Volunteerism. Radio
JENNIFER ROWAN Wanvick. Rl Tennis. Yearbook
Niles North H.S.
Pilgrim H.S, History
JACLYN RUBIN Chern.1 Hill. NJ
Cherry Hill East H.S. Communications
Dancing Drama BRIAN RUHL Skill
Wesl W.ireham. MA
Kunninq. Skiing KATHLEEN SADOWSKI Belford. NJ
Middletown H.S North
Photography. Skiing JIM SAFFORD
Choir. Soccer KELLY SAINDON F^ast Lyme. CT
Animals. SADD MEUNDA SANTOS Fall River. MA
Lyme H.S. Nursing
BMC, Durfee HS,
Animals. Drill Team PAUL SAUNDERS Saunderstown. Rl Jazz. Music
SARAH SCARPACE Clifton Park. NY
H S Fine Arts. Music
Shenendehowa H S.
Bicvcling. Hiking JERRY SCHMITT Vineland. NJ s^^ccer. Student Gov
Vineland H S
KRISTEN SCHREIBER Homestead H S Marine Biology
Mequon. WI Soccer. Tennis
CHERYL SCHWARTZ Warminster. PA
Business. Gymnastics JAMIE SCHWIER Sea Girt. NJ People. Tennis SARAH SCOTT Batavia. NY
William Tennent H S Nutrition
Anim.ils. Softball MATTHEW SELANDER IVrk.|'..i
Hoik.iy. Surfinq STEPHANIE SERAN Mullica Hill. NJ
Livingston H S Oceanography
Bishop Eustace Prep Education
Animals. Dancing JUUE SHANAHAN Portsmoutli. Rl Soccer. Track
Liberal Arts Batavia H.S Science
Portsmouth H S Educaiion
Remsenburg. NY Iishing. Sailing
Westhampton Beach H.S Undecided
GREGORY SILVIA Middletown. Rl Baseliall. Basketball SCOTT SINCLAIR
Middletown H.S Liberal Arts
Marshfield. MA Animals. Baseball
Marshfield H.S Comm., Science
DAVID SINGLETABY Shelton, CT 1)1.1111.1
Shelton H.S Science
.IINNIFER SISTO 'I'l'i-ii k
QUINN SITTERLY .lohnslown, NY People, Field t-|ockey
DEBRA SUVA Fairfield. CT Soccer, Softball
Johnstown H.S. Education
Fairfield H S Education
JUUE SUVA Voluntown. CT
Dancing. People ERIN SMITH Green Brook, NJ Animals, Music MICHAEL SMITH Highland, NY Computers. Tennis TAMARA SMITH
Regional H.S. Zoology
Highland H.S. Engineering Mortistown-B. School
Orange. NJ People. Volunteerism South
MICHAEL SOBOL Scarsdale H.S.
Scarsdale. NY Baseball. People GEOFFREY SOWAN
Academy Marine Biology
Landing. Reading, Roll Playing Games DAVID SPENCE Monroe, CT
MELANIE STANDISH Hackettstown, NJ
Hackettstown H.S Fine Arts
Art, Poetry SCOTT STEVENSON Stamford, CT
Brunswick H S Business. Fine Arts
Art, LaCrosse SARAH STOKINGER Millis. MA
Millis H S
Skiing. Sk,itiiiq PATRICK STONE West Islip, NY
Islip H.S Engineering
Computers, Skiing DEANNE SWARTLEY Exeter
Reading. PA Camping. Swimming
Essex Comm. Education
Choir. Creative Writing WALTER THOMAS North Kingstown, Rl Computers, Jazz KRISTIN THORNTON Garden City. NY Text
THOMAS TAMAYO Essex Junction, VT
H S Business
Bishop Hendricken Garden Fash.
City H.S. & Design
Washington Twp,. Bicycling. Reading
Washington Twp H S. Engineering
KIMBERLY TORRENCE Mc Lean. VA
McLean H S.
Music, Poetrv KATHRYN TOZIER Falmouth. ME
Languages. Skiing LEONARD TRAFICANTE Wanvick. RI
Undecided MARY ANNE TRIANO
Hillside, NJ Art, Running MAIUA TRIANTAFILOS Moonachie. NJ
RoseU Catholic H.S
Paramus Catholic H.S.
Scxcer. Swimming MERIDITH TVMON
NJ Soccer. Student Gov't.
Steinert H S.
Burlington. MA Volunleerism. Sports
Buriington H.S. Communicative Disorders
Sharon HS, Business
NICOLE VENTUARFI 1 F North Branford. CT All.
North Branford H.S.
Wildlife Biology & Mgmt.
KAIIE VETH ,\',.i
Red Bank Catholic H.S. Business
ALEXANDRA VICCHIO Di.io, l.iTv, NY
ll. ',1 iiiiinq. Student Gov ADAM VIENTO 1 iirchmont, NY 1
Ferry M.S. Education
Mamaroneck H S
MARIA VrrALE !' .!-:,;a, PA s 'i! ,:iball JAMES VOLA Wall, NJ
Joseph Academy Pharmacy Wall H.S.
Icnnis. Weightlifting Science JEFFREY VOLLMER Grosse Pointe Shores, Ml Grosse Pointe North H.S Ciolf, Swimming Pre-Med CARA VOLPICELLI Milford. MA Milford H.S. fjivironment. Scuba Diving Science GREGORY VROULETIS Armonk. NY
Bryam Hiifs H S
Basketball. FootbaU JOHN WAAGE
Seaford 1 1 s Music. Fine Ari~
Band. Running GRAHAM WAGNER C.mer. MA Science.
BRYAN WALLACH Toms River. NJ
Donovan H.S. Undecided
BasketbaU. Surfing CAREN WALSH
Ni.illiiH.rl. NY ch.Ml.iiding. SoftbaU
Northport H.S. PreVet
ALISON WARD sp.iii.i N,J
Horses. Photography SARA WAT ANABE
Taunton. MA Animais. Volunteerism
Regional H.S Education
ABBY WEINBERG East
Rockaway. NY People. Student Gov't.
Roslyn H.S, Pre Law
KIM WESTERMANN New Canaan. CT
New Canaan HS
Fairfield, CT Football.
BRIAN WEINBERG l.isi Hills. NY liiiselLill. Music
Environment. Swimming STEPHEN WHITTIER
Douglas. MA Basketbail Music
Joseph Regional HS,
BaselMll. Business JENNIFER WILDGOOSE
Rumford. Rf Gymnastics. Running
Raphael Academy Liberal Arts
SOME OTHER NEW STUDENTS SALVATORE ALESSIO Soccer, Track KRISTEN ALLENSON
Westerly, Rl Mathematics
Cumberland, RI Undecided
GREGORY COOPER Math, Music
Manville, Rl Human Studies
Basketball, Football CARMELO CASTRO Baseball. Basketball
CHANTHAPHOUVONG Weightlihing, Martial Arts S.
Ridgefield, CT Psychology Pawtucket, Rl
CHANDLER FISK Baseball, Soccer TIMOTHY GIGUERE Bowling, Video Games AMY GOLDBERG
Providence, Rl Pre-Med
CASEY JONES Choir, Soccer
Engineering Bloomfield, CT Rne Arts
Psychology Cumberiand, Rl Liberal Arts
LISA HANDFIELD Dancing. Softball DAVID HURST Baseball, Tennis
Charlestown. Rl Liberal Arts
Bristol. RI Mathematics
Lexington. MA Accounting
ELIZABETH KRAMPS Environment, Swimming
Glen Arbor. Ml Science
JASON LAU BasketbaU, Scale
BRANDON LIPTON Art. Music
Freehold. NJ Architecture New Rochelle. NY
Engineering Martinsville, NJ OUVIA PRATSCHER Nursing Student Gov't., Volunteerism
Kings Park, NY Political Science
JACKIE SILVERMAN New Hyde Park, NY Cheerleading, SADD Pre Law ANDY SIMPF B,iseb<ill. Basketball
RAVEN QUIMBY 1 lorses. Sailing
Kingstown. Rl Psychology
SARAH REIS Basketball. People
ANDREA RESENDES Swimming, Tennis
Education N Dartmouth. MA
Bound Brook NJ Liberal Arts
Computers. Debating NICOLE WALZER Creative
East Greenwich. RI Environmental Mgmt.
STEPHANIE WINDLEY I lorses. Photography MASON SEARS
Newport, Rl Management
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Published on Sep 5, 2012