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College Road Kingston RI 02881

50 Lower

www.uri.edu

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And

it

begins.,.

August rolled along the anticipation of move

As the end of in

so

day became strong. Packing, shopping, freedom, leaving

your parents and boredom.

sprees for

Shopping

new

clothes, school supplies, food and other necessary items. Get ready now you have to pack all your personal belonging into

few

a

boxes, bags, and anything else that

can

be

transported. Everything ready? Not quite now you have to

pack a house to

full of

belongings into

a car

and then it's off

URI.

Still

Now

not over.

unpack.

How

come

this

only seems

to

take a half-hour? It took you the last three weeks to pack and

ready

are

you

haven't

seen

to

out

go

and party with the

in the last three months within

an

people

you

hour of the

time you arrive.

First

night back

its all about

you would call every week

talked

to

seeing the friends you swore

over

since June. No hard

the

summer

but haven't

feelings its not like they called

you either. New roommate? No

big deal

know if you

are

found

best friend.

First

Sam last

a new

day on

your

of classes is

the first

night.

ready

.

..

to

find

always

Soon

enough you wiU

a new room or

fun.

...

if you have

Running late

to

your

Hearing the teacher not be able to pronounce

name or

name

yet!

day cause you just coiildn't leave the party

becoming you

few weeks until your lecture your

-

really is.

social

security

professor

number for

a

remembers what


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Opening

3


Mid-year rolls Homecoming

GO RAMS! We

-

around,

like every year, the campus authorities

turn a

deaf

subject of underage drinking for a weekend. bombarded with letters dent Carothers also next

the

year

one

remember

reasons

in

Alumni the

Cigar got

the

on

subject.

Don't worry,

a reason

bring

come

fence,

back year after year?

not

it

about

remembering how you

only come was

once a

year

your

body just

longer.

any

headaches, sleeplessness, and anticipa

tion. WiU you pass this class? Will the teacher take

you? Will you be Plus you have

think you

sober

to

pack everything

might

pity

on

by the time you have to get up to go?

need in the

that you could next

possibly

month. Dorms get

locked and without doubt you know you wiU

thing

They

spending hundreds on four days of drinking.

couldn't handle it if it

ever

the

the editor about this and Presi

to

wrote

peeing on

got home, and

Finals

The

ear on

everything wiU be different. But isn't homecoming

of

There is

Controversies

finally won!

forget

some

that you "needed".

Winter break what did your parents give you? New clothes? -

Play

Station 2? The

new

computer in the corner? Time

to

show off!

Hated that freshmen roommate? Convince them that school

really wasn't for them, now you get the joy of a new one. Did you hear the news? Chaffee closed. Better get

computer lab and print

Tuesday morning. new

building

out

Chances

half way

are

your

new

the

schedual before

half your classes

across

to

are now

in

campus from where you

planed. Opening

5


Saying Good-bye, The

days

snow

break

seem to

Cancun,

or

in March made the week

last forever. But

the

prior

to

spring

coming back from Florida,

tarming booths at home brought some very

interesting stories. Who did you hook up with? How much do you remember? Finals for the last time.

Only

one

reading day

this year.

Preparing to give up your "secret spot" in the Ubrary to

an

unknowing freshman knowing that you will never need to its shelter

run to

again. Finishing

the last final with the

knowledge not only that the class has left you with but also knowing

that the future wiU hold bosses

WiU the work force more

year?

Time

to

you for water

at

least four years. The

friends that

fights

were

that yotir brain

in the

and

can

thousand words but out are

professors.

really care what your GPA was sopho

say good-bye. You have known the

balloon

evening

not

were

people arotmd

night that never ended, the

hall, the boyfriends and girl not, and every other memory

still remember. Pictures may say

remembering

the quotes from

a

an

priceless.

Looking ahead toward the real wold deciding where you are going to move to after graduation. Job offers come pouring in.

Saying the

final farewells

as

you walk

across

the

quad

clad

in black with tears in your eyes.

Knowing that you can never

go back to the way things were.

Having the same fear in your

heart you did

a

few years

prior when

you

set

foot

on

this

campus for the first time. Candace Karl (with help

from Matthew

Lacrox)


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Year-in-Review Senior

Survey


September ^^r^

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2 September 3rd- The newly-renovated Barlow Residence Hall opens it's doors for the first time at the begin

ning

of Move-In 2000.

g^ September

22nd-

The URI Women's Soccer

team

feated PC

10

20

to

de win

the Wakefield

Cup.

5


October October 1stWWF's Man

kind visit's URI

October I4th-

October 13th-

Midnight

Madness

takes

URI.

over

Homecoming brings good luck to URI's football team as they defeat the James Madison Dukes 7-6.

October 19th-

Hellraiser's Pinhead,

Doug Bradley visits URI.

21 October 23rd- With Halloween around the

SEC hosts

corner

pumpkin carving Union and

a

Scream Fest

October 24thHillel holds

a

Ducky

Race

raise

to

money for

right day of

in front of the Memorial

the 24th.

Rubber

a

charity.

on

the

night

of


November November 8th- In Edwards Audito

rium, author David Halberstam dis cussed his novel, "The Children" and some

of his other works. Also, the

Student Senate voted

1

at

graduation

to

oppose prayer

after much debate.

November 15th- To celebrate the Great American

Smokeout, URI volunteers

dressed up as Star Wars characters in the Memorial Union and at Health Services. The

10 November 1 9th

event was

held

to

help

students think

about their health and

seriously smoking habits. more

-

The African Aware ness

Association

held it's 4th annual Fashion Show in the upper level of the Memorial Union.

November 20th- The 7th annual Com muter

Housing Fair was held in the Me to help students find off-

morial Union campus

housing for the

Representatives there

to

advice

November 27th

-

provide pamphlets, options,

to

held

on

were

and

22

students.

As

November 30th-

part of 7\IDS Aware ness week a candle-lit

vigil was Quad.

2001-2002 year.

from several Realtors

URI Theater

begins

the

their pro

duction o^ Pippin.

28


December December 1st Fashion sored the

a

-

Merchandising Society spon date auction

John Hope

event

Uhuru Sasa and the to

raise money for

Settlement House. The

raised about $700 for the

r^

charity. :%

LH

. y

yoDf

-m December 7th

-

URI held it's 21st Rams

Gymnastic

Night

in the

Mackal Field House

gymnastics

center.

December- The issue

of arming URI campus comes a

police be hot topic

in

the Student Senate and

sparks

much

16

debate.

December 23rdLast

day of fall

semester exams.

20

final

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January January

1st-

Happy

New Year! 2001

begins

URI students and

faculty enjoy their

winter break

January

6th- URI's

Men's Basketball team

takes

Joseph's

in

on

St.

Keaney

Gym.

January 18th- Professor of Art, Barbara Pagh, gives a talk of her exhibition

"Skirting the Edge" in the Fine Arts Center's Corridor Gallery. Her exhibi tion is on display from January 1 8th through February 18th.

January 24thCareer Winter

Carnival 2001

20


February

February

5 th- A

snowstorm

makes it

difficult for students

traveling to

and

from campus.

student group, Artists Against Rac ism, holds an event in the Student Union to promote diversity through the arts. The Flavor Unit, hip-hop DJs, poets, graffiti

February 13th-

URI's

new

artists, the URI Dance this event.

February 17th

-

URI's Men's Track Team wins the A10 for the first

time in URI his tory.

February 19thWashington's Birth day, classes do not

Company and

many

more turn out

for


March

1 March 7th & 8th

-

Predicted blizzard cancels classes the total

though

accumidation

pointed

many

disap-

.

.^

stu

dents. March 21st

March 12th- 16rfiURI students head out

for

secured

into the world

Spring

-

Jordan

and LaChance as

victors of

URI's Student

Break

Senate Presidential

2001

18

March 22nd

are

Race

was

selected

S Truman

-

as a

Scholarship. given

March 23rd

Governor Dennis

J. Roberts signed

Rhode Island State

a

bill

College granting day birth to the University of and status giving imiversity Rhode Island. Happy 50th anniversary URI! this

in 1951

a

on

a

keep

with the

guessing

to

help

out

on

a

pay for

like

a

lamb-

to want to

what

to wear

beginning of the month giving

blizzard conditions and the end with

pleasandy warm 16

lion and

Harry

The award is

The weather in March seemed

students

DiMuro

winner of a 2001

merit-based grant graduate school.

March-In like -

Junior Jonathan

temperatures.


April April 4th- MTV's Campus Invasion came April 3rd- Jeff to URI's quad with bands American HiTaylor, founder of Monster.com, spoke Fi, Salvia, and Sum 41. Spike Lee also in the Memorial gave an "Images of Race" speech in Union Ballroom.

April

Edwards Auditorium.

9th-

Butterfield

Dining

Hall closed for

immtm^^^'

renovations.

J^Ma**^^^'^

E April 10thSpeaker Scott came to

URI

Fried to

tell

the story of his life with AIDS

12 April 17th-

Mem

April

bers of Chi Phi and

Alpha Delta a pole-sit

Beta Tau a

April

21st- Zeta

organized

six-mile walk

benefit

24th- The

Multicultural Center held it's 3rd

to

Annual

multiple

Awards

sclerosis.

Diversity Banquet.

April 26th & 27th Alpha Tau Omega and Sigma Delta Tau held a "30-hour -

famine" in which students went without eating and solid food for 30 hours to raise money and

America.

awareness

for

hunger

in

The Union Board

Party

sponsered

in front of

the Memorial Union. Activities included

mechanical bull, rock wall, candle and an inflatable obstacle course. a

to

April

-

their 3rd Annual Block

Pi held

raise money for Save the Bay.

1 9th

18

art,


May May 1st- URI Engi neering Students' 3rd Annual Water Rocket Contest.

May

12th- All URI

residents have out

5

May

12th- 17th-

Senior Week

19

May tion.

20th- Gradua

Congrats

of 2001!

Class

to move

by this day.


Senior 1936

Who

1937

Survey

1952

2001

1971

the five greatest people of all time? 1937- Lincoln, Washington, Christ, Caesar, Franklin D. Roosevelt 1971- Jesus Christ, Lincoln, Shakespeare, Marx, Aristotle are

2001- Martin Luther

Kingjr., John

F.

Kennedy,

Mother Theresa,

Jesus Christ,

Alice M. Heditsian

Einstein

English 1952

What is the 1933-

Do you

approximate

cost

of your education?

1937- $2,512 1952-$5,000 $2,000 2001$80,000 1971-$8,817

prefer

finacial

intellectual success?

success to

2001- No-62%

1971- No-62%

1937-Yes-75% William

total

Caragher

Political Science 1971

Dayton

Shahrikh D. Dowlatshani

Ernest Carritt

Electrical

Sicence

1971

1937

What is the

Engineering

weekly wage you

1937- $20-25

1952-$65

Dorothy

Vera

Earl

Bergmann

James Hand

Home Economics

Science

1936

1937

expect in your first

job

1971- $140-150

after

graduation? 2001-

$500

Ads 19


Roben W. Gilstein Economics

Science

Madelyn A. Geisser English

1971

1937

1952

Sprague Whipple

Hazard

Lewis

this

on

1937- Yes-27%

1971- Yes-99%

1936- SEX

1952- Yes-52%

most common

subject you

1971

campus? 2001- Yes- 75%

discuss with your friends? 2001- SEX

1971-SEX

1952-SEX

1937- SEX

Lynn

English

1936

Are you in favor of serving beer

What is the

Harriet F.

Jennings Bain Engineering

Mechanical

Wan Chi Woo

Chemical

Engineering

What

1971

1937-

was

your hardest year

at

1971- Freshman

Sophomore

URI? 2001-

Junior

What is the average cost of a date?

Would you re-enter this freshman again?

1936- $0.75 1937- $2

1952-$3

college

1952- Yes-69%

1937- Yes-75%

if you

were to

become

2001- Yes-65%

1971- No-53%

1971- $8.25

2001-$50

been

Has your

religion

1937- 69%-

Unchanged

strengthened

or

weakened

during your college years?

1971- 56%- Weakened

2001-41%

a

Unchanged

lis Maude Underwood

Roben H. Zexter

Home Economics

General Business

1937

1952


What is your favorite magazine? 1 936- Reader's Digest 200 1 1952- Life

Who do you feel is the

most

1936- Selassie

2001

-

LeRoy Edwards Psychology

GeneviveJ. Lynskey Home Economics

Henry H. Gould Chemestry

1971

1936

1952

1952- Eisenhower

Electrical

200 1

-

Hillary Clinton

Terry Hamer Nursing

Engineering

1937

Do you favor more or less strict rules for freshmen? Do you favor strict rules for freshmen? No- 68%

1 936- Yes-44%

1 952-Yes-55%

If SO (above), who would be the Japan

1952- Russia

Rose

200 1

-

war

in the

near

Sugerman

Science

1971

Do you think there could be another world

1936-

of the Year?

Outstanding Man/Woman

1936

-

Cosmo

Robert Garvin Gleeson

Ellen R. Dunn [ome Economics

1936

-

1937

More- 60%

future?

Yes-64%

aggressor? 2001-

Iraq

Howard S. Harris Jr. Civil Engineering

1936

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URI THEATER Students

playing

main roles

are:

Name

Character

Jeff Smith, '01 Max Kogod, '03

Sebastian

Sean Michael

Duke Orsino

McConaghy,

Luciano, '01

Anthony Mauro Canepa,

'02

'05

Antonio

Sir

Toby

Belch

Sir Andrew

Keith Hanson, '02 Jim Bray, '01

Fabian

Heidi E. Beckmann, '02 Joanna Lynn Beecher, '01

Olivia Viola Maria

Mariam Habib, '01 Pamela Kristine Caici, '02

Valentine

W. Dawson, '03

Aguecheek

Feste

Betsy Eyring, '02 Alan Hawkridge, faculty

Benjamin

playing

Malvolio

Curio, Ensemble Sea

Captain,

Ensemble

Priest/Ensemble

Adam Wasserman, '03 Susan D'Orsi, '01

Olivia's

Marc Pelina, '03 Tina Marie Romano, '01

Sailor, Officer First Officer, Ensemble

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Lady, Ensemble


The

of Rhode Island Theatre

University

provide The

a

night

play

of

will

from

19 to 21 and from

April

27

Friday, April

Scholarship Twelfth washes up

sure to

25 to 28 at 8 p.m. in the Robert E. Will

April

Theatre of URI's Fine Arts Center. The April 19 show is from the

Night \s

mistaken identities, and mischief.

laughter,

run

of Twelfth

Department's production

a

signed performance. Proceeds

will benefit the Thomas R. Pezzullo Memorial

performance

Fund.

Night, by William Shakespeare, follows the beautiful, shipwrecked on

the seacoast of

lllyria

she meets her true love, finds her

s

probably

play

male to survive. a

Viola

she

as

the way

Along

stream of hilarious

greatest.

Isaid ^top*^ Estrella,

According

as a

and sets into effect

long-lost brother,

of the

one

edies. It's fi

and must dress

is much

more

Tw^h Night.

director of

thanc^just a comedy.|as

it

explores the

extremes of

iBed by th^ American 3St

t* t'

a time

It's

a

aes it

last

was one

was

"The theatre is about

stage

we

the

the

setting,

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day

world away, but

are

values

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clos% enough,"

promoted

he

in the Twafth

Night

pla^was held

Shakespeare

nagPfJ

his

of celebration and

lllllry

before the harvest

and all

played tradesmen,

community.

create a sense of

but with the audience,"

By modernizing

known for its celebration of inverted social structures,

igs, lords

play,

a

play

"Lord of Misrule." The festival also celebrated

But in this

is

The festival, for which

3.

ll

the

is that

is from the last century, but Is still vivid in

period that

throughout

1930s.

Shakespearean play

a

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,

petlotlthat

time

Ityles of the

European

languageiind costumes.

audience, J

and

challenges ip producing

the

this world," said

with it because

ilentify

one can

In

community,

society today

community,

not

just

were

presided

over

which is reflected in the focus too much

we

on

by

the

play.

j

alienation

with the actors and actresses

explained Anthony Luciano,

a

senior theatre

major

on

from

Colchester, Vt., who plays Sir Toby Belch. The

April

27

production

performance

is

taking

of Twelfth

another

step

to create a link to the

which benefits the Thomas R. Pezzullo

Night,

fund. The fund honors the late Thomas Pezzullo, both the

University

a career

of Rhode Island and Rhode Island

Pezzullo's wife, Barbara

Brittingham,

community

a

educator and vice

College.

former dean of the

The fund

College

with the

scholarship

president

was

at

established

by

of Human Science and

Services, and his sons, David J. and Daniel W. Pezzullo, to help needy and talented students attend school and take full

accomplished actor,

advantage of

director and set

designer

their

who

college experience.

won

Pezzullo

awards for his work in

community

theatre. Photo Credit to Michael Salerno

Special

thanks to

Roy Jones

in the Theater

Department

for

use

of these

was an

pictures


Rainville Awards

Student

Employee Winner Lawrence Perry

Team Excellence Winner Barlow HaU Staff

Student

2000/2001

Leadership Winner Jennifer Wanat

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PanheUenic Council

Student Entertainment Committee Tootell

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Center Staff

Student

Leadership

Finalists

Sara Malekzadeh Lawrence

Perry

Mara Sansevero Laura

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Stop the Hate Candle Light Vigil Following "Loosing

Matt

Shepard"

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The Renaissance Staff and Senior Class would like to take

a

moment to remember those who

from the class of 2001.

Cameron A. McCallum

Jean-Paul Bauchard

Jay G. Lawrence Kristina B.

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16-26

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38-24


vs.

10-13 lost

Richmond

26-21

@ Connecticut vs.

Massachusetts *

denotes

won

21-29 lost

homecoming

@St.

Joseph's George Washingt

3-2

won

3-0

won

vs.

Massachusetts

0-1 lost OT

vs.

Xavier

2-1

vs.

Dayton

0-1 lost

won

Men's Soccer vs.

Siena

2-0

won

vs.

Providence

1 -0

won

@

George

Mason

@ James Madison vs.

@

@

4-0

won

Holy Cross Quinnipiac

3-1

won

5-4

won

3-1

won

2-1

won

New Mexico

5-0

won

@ Air

2-1

won

vs.

Massachusetts

3-0

won

1-2 lost

vs.

Yale

2-1

won

2-2 tie

vs.

Providence

2-0

won

Duquesne

3-1

won

vs.

New

3-1

won

St. Bonaventure

2-0

won

1 -0

won

Brown

Washington

.

2-3 lost

Vermont

won

@ Portland .

vs.

4-1

Hartford

@ Maine vs.

0-1 lost

Woman's Soccer

Temple

Force

Hampshire Duquesne

0-1 lost Sports

97


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2-3 lost

won

vs.

5-2

won

vs.

Pacific

4-0

won

vs.

Temple St. Joseph's George Washington

6-1 5-2

won

vs.

Maine

2-0

won

vs.

Brown

2-0

won

St.

3-2

won

vs. vs.

Joseph's Temple

0-2 lost

Xavier

Dayton

0-1 lost

Boston

Hockey Colgate

7-1

Richmond

1-5 lost

vs.

Providence

Vermont Harvard Cal vs.

New

Brown 98

Sports

Hampshire

won

4-3

won

5-1

won

OT

2-5 lost 1-4 lost

Massachusetts

0-1 lost

vs.

LaSalle

2-1

won

vs.

West Chester

2-1

won

vs.

Field

0-5 lost

Volleyball Washington State

0-3 lost

2-6 lost

Utah State

0-3 lost

1-2 lost

Kansas State

0-3 lost

0-1 lost

Gonzaga

0-3 lost

0-7 lost

Southern California

0-3 lost


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1-3 lost

Vs. Coast Guard

166-103

Pepperdine

0-3 lost

Rhode Island Invitational

4th

FORDHAM

0-3 lost

Vs. Boston

College

177-112 lost

PROVIDENCE

3-2

University Championships Championships Championships

pnd

145-90 lost

Marist

won

Boston

Xavier

0-3 lost

vs.

Dayton

0-3 lost

Atlantic 10

Massachusetts

0-3 lost

Atlantic 10

George Washington

1-3 lost

Atlantic 10

DUQUESNE LA SALLE

3-0

won

3-0

won

Vs. Maine

Duquesne

206-150

won

161-122

won

187.5-87.5

Vermont with Fordham

Harold Anderson Meet

New

Swimming Hampshire

Vs. Maine

Men's vs.

gth gth

Woman's vs.

Swimming New Hampshire

gth

won

Vermont

221-138 lost 176-127 lost

179-119

Duquesne with Fordham

3rd

Harold Anderson Meet

3rd

pnd

Vs. Coast Guard

170-124

-|st

Rhode Island Invitational

3rd

won

won

Sports

99


ITA

Boston

College

126-116

Marist vs.

Boston

Atlantic 10 Atlantic 10 Atlantic 10

University Championships Championships Championships

vs. vs.

gth gth yth

6-1 lost

7-0 lost 9-0

won

7-0 lost 5-2

won

6-1

won

vs.

Sacred Heart

7-0

won

vs.

lona

6-1

won

won

vs.

Fordham

4-3

won

7-0

won

vs.

Hartford

4-3

won

6-0

won

Atlantic 10

4-0

won

6-1

won

Atlantic 10

7-0

won

Connecticut

0-7 lost

7-0

Sports

4-3 lost

4-2 lost

Vermont

Massachusetts

Fairfield

lost 5-4 lost

Providence

won

Bryant vs. New Hampshire vs. Quinnipiac

100

vs.

7-0

LaSalle

won

186-98 lost

Men's Tennis

Holy Cross

Regional Championships Indianapolis St. Cloud (Minn.) Green Bay (Wis.) Binghamton Rhode Island College Boston College Boston University

180-120 lost

7-0 lost

Atlantic 10

Championship Championship Championship

4-0 lost

gth


Coast Guard

4-2

Atlantic 10

-|st

New

gth

URI Invitational

-|st

Championship England Championship ICAAAA Championship Terrapin Invitational

Brown Invitational Vs. Maine, Hartford,

4th

Connecticut Invitational

-I St

1st

Holy Cross, Hartford, New Hampshire Atlantic 10 Championship New England Championship

-I

vs.

Woman's Outdoor Track and Field

Quinnipiac Atlantic 10 Championship New England Championship ECAC Championship

-I

St

yth

won

23rd -I St St

1st

3rd

31^*

Brown Invitational

pnd

Connecticut Invitational

4th

Norfolk State

6-2 lost

Atlantic 10

pnd

Norfolk State

9-2

won

New

14th

Norfolk State

8-0

won

Championship England Championship

Baseball

Michigan Men's Cross

Country

Central Conn. State, Hartford, Maine 1"' Maryland, Massachusetts New Hampshire

State

9-4 lost

Monmouth

28-4

Marist

14-2 lost

LaSalle

1 0-4

won

won

Sports

101


Harvard

7-2

won

vs.

LaSalle

4-1 lost

won

vs.

LaSalle

4-0 lost

won

vs.

LaSalle

21-10 losi

LaSalle

11-10

lona

4-3

Wagner

8-3

St. Francis

6-1 lost

won

Boston

5-4 lost

College Duquesne Duquesne Duquesne

vs.

CW Post

9-8

won

Brown

12-3 lost

vs.

CW Post

7-2

won

Brown

15-3 lost

vs.

CW Post

2-1

won

Fairfield

1 1 -6 won

vs.

Sacred Heart

10-9 lost

Massachusetts

1 3-5 won

vs.

Hartford

12-2

Massachusetts

(NY)

Quinnipiac

8-2

won

Central Connecticut

4-2

won

Central Connecticut

Temple Temple Temple vs.

102

Connecticut

Sports

won

9-1 lost 3-1

won

8-5 lost 8-1 lost

12-4

won

16-3 lost

vs.

Fordham

8-4 lost

4-3

vs.

Quinnipiac

5-0

16-1 lost

vs.

Northeastern

1 1 -6

7-5 lost

vs.

George Washington

4-3

won

won won

won


George Washington George Washington

9-0 lost

Providence

95-72 lost

7-6 lost

Akron

74-60 lost

vs.

Xavier

5-4

vs.

Valparaiso

69-62 lost

vs.

Xavier

6-2 lost

vs.

Yale

68-63

won

vs.

Xavier

3-1

vs.

Northeastern

80-67

won

vs. vs.

@ St.

Joseph's Joseph's St. Joseph's

@ St.

won

won won

@ Connecticut

15-1

won

vs.

Siena

81-77

vs.

Hartford

91-88 lost

25-7 lost

New York All-Stars

93-61 93-65

86-61

Vs. Fairfield

won won

won

St. Joseph's Duquesne

92-67 lost

vs.

Xavier

99-82 lost

vs.

Fordham

70-65 lost

vs.

Men's Basketball Worldwide All-Stars

87-76 lost

1 9-8

won

83-69 lost

St. Bonaventure

91-57 lost

St.

82-67 lost

Joseph's

Tulsa

89-80 lost

Missouri

70-60 lost

vs.

LaSalle

96-92

U. Alaska

87-77 lost

vs.

Massachusetts

78-46 lost

Florida State

Anchorage

86-71 lost

won

Temple

77-47 lost

LaSalle

84-68 lost Sports

103


vs. vs.

Dayton George Washington

77-47 lost 79-65 lost

@ Xavier

82-67 lost

Massachusetts vs.

74-63 lost

Duquesne Fordham

86-75

won

79-74

won

85-59 lost

A-10 Tournament

Softball Classic

12-0 lost

Triangle 1-0 lost Triangle Classic 5-0 lost Ohio -Triangle Classic Miami 1-0 lost Illinois Triangle Classic 2-0 won Youngstown State- Triangle Classic 4-3 lost Radford Triangle Classic 12-8 lost OT Troy State Rebel Spring Games Rebel Spring Games1-0 lost Eastern Kentucky Tennessee

-

North Carolina

-

Fairfield

Spring Games Spring Games Wagner Rebel Spring Games Butler Rebel Spring Games Lehigh Rebel Spring Games Green Bay Rebel Spring Games Rebel Dayton Spring Games Dayton Dayton Dayton

4-1 lost

4-3

won

Yale

4-3

won

Rider

-

-

-

-

Yale

Boston

-

-

-

104

Sports

Rebel

-

-

-

-

Rebel

-

Boston

7-4 lost 2-1

won

2-1 lost 2-1 lost

6-4

won

8-7

won

3-2 lost

8-5 lost

4-3 lost

University University

3-0 lost 1-0 lost

vs.

St. Bonaventure

6-0

vs.

St. Bonaventure St. Bonaventure

8-0 lost 4-2 won

vs.

won

OT


vs.

Connecticut

4-0

won

vs.

Dartmouth

1 -0

won

vs.

Dartmouth

3-2

won

vs.

vs.

Fordham

2-0

won

vs.

vs.

Fordham

4-2 lost

vs.

vs.

Fordham

vs. vs.

Brown

1 1 -3

won

Brown

1 0-4

won

Hartford

1 -0

won

Hartford

4-1

won

LaSalle

2-0 lost

8-0

won

vs.

LaSalle

2-1

won

@ Central Connecticut

8-0

won

vs.

LaSalle

2-0

won

@ Central Connecticut

6-3

won

vs.

Harvard

6-0 lost

@ St.

Joseph's Joseph's St. Joseph's

2-1

won

vs.

Harvard

1 -0

@ St.

2-0

won

Providence

2-1

won

Massachusetts

8-1

won

7-3

won

Joseph's A-10 Tournament Temple A-10 Tournament

7-0

won

vs.

@

Holy Cross Holy Cross Temple @ Temple Temple

9-7 lost

won

Massachusetts

11-1 lost

Massachusetts A-10 Tournament

2-0 lost

St

-

-

-

Massachusetts

-

A-10 Tournament

8-0 lost

5-2

won

2-1

won

5-1 lost

3-0 lost 2-1 lost

Women's Basketball National Woman's Basketball

League

90-42

won

Sports

105


Latvia Select

vs.

77-76 lost

vs.

LaSalle

59-47 lost

Quinnipiac Anchorage

73-68 lost

vs.

Fordham

55-51

Alaska

66-65

vs.

Xavier

83-73 lost

Ohio State

95-60 lost

Massachusetts

46-35

Providence

Fairleigh

Dickinson

won

vs.

87-65 lost 75-55

LaSalle

73-60 lost

vs.

vs.

Harvard

70-58

won

vs.

vs.

Miane

69-52

won

vs.

Kent State

74-68

won

St. John's

67-61

won

Syracuse

72-58 lost

@ Cenrtal Connecticut State vs.

106

St.

Joseph's

66-55

won

vs.

Joseph's Duquesne Temple

67-50 lost 45-42 lost

70-66

won

St. Bonaventure

61-55 lost

Fordham

52-50

Dayton George Washington

64-59 lost

UMASS

-

A-10 Tournament

won

81-68 lost 69-65 lost

55-34 lost

Massachusetts

71-66 lost OT

Men's Cross

Dayton

82-74 lost

Central Connecticut State Invitational

5.h

Xavier

73-51 lost

Dartmouth Invitational

gth

Sports

won

55-38 lost

St.

won

Brown

vs.

won

Country

OT


New

England Championship Atlantic 10 Championship

Intercollegiate Golf Association Championship Intercollegiate Golf Association Championship 9"" Taylor Made Intercollegiate Invitational Made Invitational 18"" Taylor Intercollegiate Made Invitational 14'^ Taylor Intercollegiate LSU Spring Invitational 3^^^ Marshall U. El Diablo Collegiate Championship 2"^^

16*^ 5th

Woman' Crew Mt.

Holyoke Woman's Invitational Championship

Atlantic 10

4th

gth

N.E.

1st

N.E.

1st

Furman Invitational

7'^

7th

Furman Invitational

6^^

Dartmouth Invitataional

pnd

Furman Invitational

3'''

Dartmouth Invitational

1st

Tourney Atlantic 10 Championship Atlantic 10 Championship

2"^^

URI Invitational

1^'

URI Invitational

1^'

Men's Golf

University

of Minn. PSINet Invitataional

gth Cup-Cleveland Invitational pnd Adams Cup-Cleveland Invitational 5th University of Nevada Wildcat Classic 3rd University of Nevada Wildcat Classic U. of Central Florida Gary Koch Invitational U. of Central Florida Gary Koch Invitational

Big

Adams

Five

1^*

2""^

11th 12th Sports

107


Woman's

Gymnastics

Yale vs.

Maryland William &

Mary New Hampshire, West Varginia, George Washington vs.

Penn State

vs.

Brown and

CLUB SPORTS 191 .625-191.075

won

191 .525-188.875

won

Men's Lacrosse

192 .025-190.250 tie

Yale

193.250 3^^

195 .000-192.200 lost 1 96 .775-193.150 lost

Temple

194 .725-193.700 lost

Townsend with

191 .075 3^^^

Maryland Atlantic 10 Championship NCAA Regionals

1 6-8

won

Florida

1 5-9

won

Georgia Georgia

8-13 lost Tech

1 0-5

won

Chico State

1 8-8

won

Connecticut

10-8

won

189 .675 1^'

Massachusetts

Florida State

vs.

191 .000 3^^

vs.

189 .025 6'^

vs.

Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts 20-0 won New York University 17-5 won Northeastern

14-2

won

1 6-2

won

14-1

won

Bridgewater State New Hampshire

14-3

won

Vermont

1 1 -7 won

Bridgewater State Note: All mean at

108

Sports

scores

from

that school

-

gorhody.com and @ does not necessarily it just means the game was not held here

vs. vs.

Stonehill

11-15 lost


Boston

1 9-2

won

vs.

Yale

@ Stonehill

1 7-7

won

vs.

Boston

1 -0

won

UCONN

11-10

won

vs.

Norwich

1 -0

won

14-10

won

vs.

Bryant

1 6-4

vs.

New

-

University PCLL Semi-Finals

Hampshire

-

PCLL Semi Finals

15-17 lost

College

Airforce

Woman's Lacrosse @ Emory Southeastern Invitational

vs.

Georgia

vs.

Wake Forest

vs.

Georgia Southeastern Invitational Baylor Southeastern Invitational Army Army

vs.

vs. vs.

-

-

-

Brandeis

vs.

New York

vs.

Brown

@ Brandeis

8-4

6-10 lost 5-10 lost

Water Polo

1 -0

won

Yale

vs.

Coast Guard

14-12

won

4-3

won

Yale

vs.

Trinity

19-15

won

12-14 lost OT

Yale

vs.

Yale

14-5 lost

3-10 lost

Yale

vs.

22-12

University

won

4-11 lost

won

nal 3-3 tie Southeastern Invitational

-

vs.

9-12 lost

Navy Army Navy Navy Maryland

won

13-19 lost 11-15 lost 18-12

won

Wesleyan Wesleyan vs. Trinity Wesleyan vs. Yale Wesleyan vs. Coast Guard Wesleyan vs. Wesleyan

17-8 lost 13-10 lost 17-7 lost

18-11

won

22-7 lost Sports

109


New

England

Division

Championship

18-10 lost

Hap Moore Team Race Trophy MIT Trophy

Coast Guard

Smith

Sailing (Fall) Harry Anderson Trophy MIT

Invite

Capt.

Freshmen Invite @ URI @ Yale

Hurst Bowl

Dartmouth

Trophy @ MIT Tufts Captains Cup Man-Labs

Southern Series 1 Nevins

Trophy

Mrs. Hurst Bowl

Connecticut

Kings

Point

Dartmouth

College

16'*^

NE

2nd

Yale Woman's Intersectinal

19'^

Lane

Sloop Championship

4th

Trophy Team Race Sharpe Trophy Team Race

3rd

Freshmen Invite

5th

Stu Nelson

13*^

Southern Series 5

7th

McMillian

Boston

Trophy

Cup

gth 13'*^ 1st

Sail

Newport

3rd 13'^^

Tufts

4th

Brown

3rd

University

3rd

Coast Guard Yale

Navy

gth 12th 4th

Hatch Brown

11th

Freshmen Invite

10'^

Boston College MIT Trophy NE Fr. Champ, for Nickerson Trophy URI Rl State Championship Roger Williams Freshmen Regatta Boston University

3rd

Prof. Hodd

Schell

gth

Invite

2nd

MIT Trophy Tufts Trophy Coast Guard Danmark Trophy The Chris Loder

Southern Series 4

110

Sports

4th

UNH

5"^

Yale

Woman's Intersectional

11th

Navy

12th

URI

2nd 5th 2nd


Invite @ Brown

^'s St. Mary's Championship Timme Angsten Regatta Chicago Hoyt Trophy @ Brown AC Freshmen

vs.

Tufts

22-5

9*^

vs.

Stonehill

(Homecoming) Bridgewater

20-17 1 7-5

won

MIT

51-0

won

UMASS

5-0

won

4-3

won

3-1

won

10-6 lost

5th

15'^ gth

Harvard

Victorian Coffee URN

4th

Charleston

Woman's International

Charleston

Intersectional

Icebreaker Invite

Coast Guard

Woman's Intersectional

Admiral Moore

won

Men's

10*^

vs.

7thi

vs.

Hockey Rutgers Rutgers

4th

vs.

Sienna

Sailing (Spring) Spring

won

Trophy

12th

Navy

7th

NY Maritime

Woman's Intersectional @ St.

13*^

Truxton Umstead

16""

Trophy

Mary's Navy

@ vs.

Scranton

5-3

won

Duquesne Duquesne

7-0

won

Worcester

5-4 lost

@ Towson

Navy

Woman's vs.

Rugby WeUesley

5-36 lost

vs.

Northeastern

1 5-5

won

vs.

St. Louis

1 2-3 won

6-5 lost

5-4

won

3-2

won

Sports

111


vs.

St. Louis Southern Connecticut State

3-0

won

1 0-2

won

4-1 lost Chicago Showcase Tournament Tournament Showcase 5-2 lost Lake Forest Chicago 5-1 won vs. Lehigh 2-1 lost vs. Lehigh

Indiana

West Chester

8-5

West Chester

4-3 lost

won

vs.

Scranton

1 -0 lost

vs.

Navy

9-5 lost

vs.

vs.

vs.

Towson

4-2 lost

Drexel

8-7

won

Drexel

7-5

Villanova

Villanova

West

Varginia

West Varinia 112

Sports

vs.

Syracuse Syracuse Navy ECHA Semi-Finals

7-1

vs.

11-2

Towson

5-3

-

ECHA Semi- Finals

-

Woman's vs.

vs.

won

15-1 lost

University

UMASS

-

Lowell

Brown

9-0 lost

13-1 lost 9-0 lost

UCONN OT

won

9-7 lost

Hockey

UCONN Boston

won

18-0 lost

vs.

Salve

won

vs.

Penn State

18-0 lost

5-3

won

vs.

Brown

9-6

won

vs.

11-0 lost 10-2 lost

4-4 tie 6-5 lost OT

Wheaton Salve

vs.

Regina

College Regina

Providence Lady Reds

6-2 lost

13-0 lost 3-2

won


6 Beach

8-2 lost

Co-ed 6

9-0 lost

Flex

6-0-0

@ Penn State

12-0 lost

Get Wet

4-1-0

@ Penn State

6-0 lost

Goonies

3-1-0

@ Wheaton vs.

Boston

Mote: All

University

scores

ntramural

from www.uri.edu/athletics/recservices

sports

Roman's Floor

Volleyball

Diggers

Easties

1-2-1

Celtics

1-2-0

Babyeaters

1-4-1

Beach Bums

0-6-0

Co-ed 6

Hockey

on

on

6 Beach

Volleyball

-

Spikers 6-1-0

Superstars

2-1-1

The Sand

\/lissint WFLHK

1-1-1

Jonny Strikes

5-1-0

The

1-2-0

No Tan Liners

4-1-0

The

3-3-0

Hockey

Pucks

\/len's October Insanity Rebels

The

People

Chompers Fruit Loops

2-4-0 2-4-0

2-0-0

Hutch

3high-Flyers

1-1-0

Skizzle's

1-3-1

Violators

0-2-0

J Crew

0-6-1 Sports

113


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1 Co-ed 6

on

6

Men's 6

4-6-0

on 6 Volleyball Replacements Psych Out Hidden Dragon

0-10-0

Dreaded Admirals

Volleyball (T-8p)

Hutch

9-1-0

Psych Out Missing C6VBLL Tony's Angels

7-3-0

Co-ed 6

6

Team

The

Co-ed 4

Volleyball (W-6p)

4

6-1-0 4-3-0 2-3-1

0-5-1

Hackensack Horsemen

10-0-0

Wet Bandits

4-6-0

Volleyball Crouching Tiger Charlie's Angels

4-6-0

CSSA

5-2-0

2-8-0

5-2-0

on

Six Pack

Coddington

Killers

Co-ed 6

6

on

-

Spikers 6-0-0 4-1-0

Easties

9-1-0

Diggers Missing C4VBLL Team Coddington Killers Missing C4VBLL

Beach Bums

6-4-0

Awful Awfuls

0-4-0

3-7-0

Dorro

0-4-0

Baby

Eaters

Dorr 114

on

Sports

Volleyball (Th-8p)

2-8-0

2-3-0 2-4-0 1-5-0


1 "'*("

.^*(^i^,

"'/.^Vi^^w:,

Co-ed 4

on

4

Volleyball

-

Co-ed Softball

Bumpers

-

Red

Weak Babies

4-0-0

Leaping Slampigs Feudian Slips

5-0-0

Stupid

6-1-0

Mutants

4-2-0

Pants off and Jacket

The Gladiators

3-2-1

Rob's

Full House

2-3-0

Wanna-Be's

1-2-1

0-2-3 0-2-2

Lizards

The

Boys

3-1-1 and Girls

Free Agents Entropy

1-4-0

The Rookies

0-3-1

Rubies

Macox

0-6-0

1-1-2

2-3-1

Men's Softball

Co-ed Softball

-

Blue

Mutants

3-1-0 3-1-0 3-1-0

Champions

3-1-0

The

Mo Onbabies

2-1-1

Free

Delta Zeta

2-1-1

Underdogs Agents Heavy Hitters

2-1-2

Tree Horns

1-1-0

2-2-0

Heathman

0-3-1

0-5-0

Thundercats

0-4-0

Ellery

River Rats

Lambda Chi Alpha Hitters

Heavy

Phi

2-1-1

Sports

115


Co-ed Indoor Soccer

For

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3-1-0

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2-2-1

He Hate Me

3-1-0

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2-3-0

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2-3-0

Fiji

2-2-2

0-5-0

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2-3-0

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1-3-1

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2-3-0

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1-4-0

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2-3-0

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119


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1-3-1

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3-2-0

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3-4-0

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0-7-0

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3-1-0

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4-4-0

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1-2-0

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1-3-0

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3-1-0

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Colebrook,

NH

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Pawtucket, Rl

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Rl

New Rochelle, NY

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Marine Affairs

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Kingstown,

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Marlton, NJ

Jason F. Asl<ew

Portsmouth, Rl

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Rl

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NY

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Westerly,

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Rl

Norwood, MA

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Meredith A. Bailey Management Information Systems North

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Rl

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Michelle L. Barbre &

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Management

Montville, NJ

North Smithfield, Rl

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Fashion

Brookings, OR

Clifton, NJ

John R. Barrett Jr.

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Newport, Rl

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Joseph Bartolone

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Vernon, CT

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NY

Carmen L. Beildeck

Alfred Belcuore

Chemistry

Management Information Systems & Marketing

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Acton, MA

Chester, NH

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Jenny

Rae Bickford

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Management

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Kyle S.

Bober

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Textile, Merchandising & Design

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New Fairfield, CT

Johnston, Rl

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Marketing Mahwah, NJ

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Providence, Rl

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Unionville, CT

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Sayville,

NY

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Rl

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NJ

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Foster, Rl

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Management

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South Portland, ME

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Communica tions Stockholm, NJ

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Management Westport,

CT

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Political Science

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Providence, Rl

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Engineering

Coventry,

Rl

Lynbrook,

NY

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CT

Warwick, Rl

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Wayne,

NJ

Allison J.

Wildlife Glen

Byrd Biology

Gardner, NJ

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Sciences

Greenville, Rl

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Capasso

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City, CT

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Cumberland, Rl

Woodmere, NY

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Southhampton,

NY

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Pharmacy

Microbiology

Horsham, PA

North

Kingstown,

Rl

West Hartford, CT

Darci L. Connor

John M. Constantino

Management

ment Chichester, NH

Latham, NY

Peter V. Constantinidis

Computer

Science

Broomall, PA

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perform graduation

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Development Family Studies Fishkill, NY

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Greenwich, CT

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Scituate, Rl

Horsham, PA

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Ansonia, CT

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Rl

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Physical

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Wakefield, Rl

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Hancock, NH

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Stoneham, MA

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Animal Science &

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Mikki J.

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Psychology Cumberland, Rl

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Doherty

Education

Melrose, MA

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Doherty Pharmacy

Cumberland, Rl

New Providence, NJ

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Chemistry

Johnston, Rl

Textile, Marketing

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MA

Prospect, CT

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Boxborough,

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North Providenc, Rl

Danbury, CT

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Pawtucket, Rl


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Downey

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Dujardin

Elementary Education &

Political Science

Psychology

Providence, Rl

Charlestown, Rl

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Eagles Sociology

Middletown, Rl

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Management Yardville, NJ

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F. Edmunds

Textile Science Franklin, NH

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Wildlife East

Management Hampton, CT

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Biology

Lexington,

Nicole M.

MA

Estaphan

Communications Douglas, MA

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grant

Marissa D.

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Communications

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Princeton Junction, NJ

Cranston, Rl

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Biology

Johnston, Rl

Riverside, Rl

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Geology & Geological ography

Ocean

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Political Science & Wanwick, Rl

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Studio Art

Figurelli Marketing

Hanover, MA

Norfolk, MA

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Marketing Brooklyn,

NY

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Hebron, ME

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Fitzgerald Management Information Systems

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Cincinnati, OH

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Management

Communications

Wayne,

NJ

Watch Hill, Rl


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Marketing Pittsburgh,

Allison M. Forrest

Geology

PA

Maxford O. Foster

&

Geological Engi neering

David R.

Fraytak

Psychology

Communications

Pawtucket, Rl

Trenton, NJ

Plantsville, CT

Michelle L. Ocean

Freeley Engineering

Newport,

Matthew R. Frenz

Physical

Rl

Education

Bayport,

NY

Matthew A. Gaetano

Management Narragansett, Rl

Michelle M. Human

Gagnon Development & Family Studies Cumberland, Rl

Danielle Galatz

Larissa Galadriel Galanti Marine Affairs New Fairfield, CT

Human

Development

&

Studies West

Orange,

NJ

Family

Bennett R. Gallo

Elizabeth C. Gamble

Political Science

Political Science

West Greenwich, Rl

Avondale, PA


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Daryl Electrical

J. Gast

Avondale, PA

Rl

Rodney A. Gamble Accounting Baltimore, MD

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S. Garcia

Mechanical

Engineering &

German Providence, Rl

Conor F.

Douglas B. Geller Marketing

Geary History

Engineering

Coventry,

Mary V Gamble History

iyes

mm^M

Cumberland, Rl

Westfield, NJ

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Development & Family Studies

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Engineering

Cumberland, Rl

Cranston, Rl

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Communications Long Branch,

NJ

Michelle M. Giannetti Human

Development Family Studies Bolton, MA

174 Seniors

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Colleen P. Gibbons

Victoria M. Girouard

Biology

Biological Sciences

Smithfield, Rl

Lincoln, Rl

Jeffrey S. Goguen Computer Engineering North

Kingston,

Rl


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A. Golden

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Gonyea

Elementary Education &

Dietetics

Psychology

Scotia, NY

Management Information Systems

Hartsdale, NY

Westbury,

Garrett M. Gorenski

Heather D. Graff

Communications

Management

Accounting

Narragansett,

Rl

oped

Wakefield, Rl

Grenley

Economics Island

Heights,

NJ

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L. Grucci

Communications & Political Science West

Springfield,

MA

Andrea C. Guarino Business

Management

Woodbridge, CT

the fast

Leigh S. Greer

Jamie L. Green Textile

Merchandising Design Bridgeton,

Shane S.

devel

break offence

NY

Tara Jessica Gordon East Brunswick, NJ

Keaney

Joshua R. Goodelman

Communications Newburgh,

NY

NJ

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Simsbury,

CT

Kate E.

Textile

Haggis Merchandising Design

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Cranston, Rl

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Mary P. Harrington Pharmacy Newport,

Rl

Brian D. Heinselman Finance East Greenwich, Rl

Sally V. Heron Veterinary Sciences

Animal

Ghent, NY

176 Seniors

Megan C. Harrington English

Suzanne C. Hawkes

Psychology

Willie G. Hayden ComputerEngineering

Warwick, Rl

Jamestown, Rl

Enfield, CT

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Newbury,

Wayne

MA

T. Hirst

Textile, Merchandising & Design Chatham, NJ

Michelle L.

Marine

Henly Biology

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Denver, PA

Whippany,

Jessica F. Holmes

Pharmacy Chichester,

NH

Textile

NJ

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James V.

Horiagon Pharmacy

Cranston, Rl

Andrea M. Hunt Business Administration Portsmouth, Rl

Jessica L.

Ippolito Psychology

Bridgewater,

NJ

CorrieJ. Howe

Jeffrey

H.

Hughes

Bronwen E.

Hundley

Nursing

Business

Communications

Hallowell, ME

Melrose, MA

Warwick, Rl

Angela

L. Husband

Business

Wyoming,

Rl

Lisa A. ladevaia

Tara

laquinto

Biology & English

Dietetics

Glendale, Rl

Howell, NJ

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Dietetics

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Dedham, MA

Danbury, CT

Plainview, NY

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Marion, MA

178 Seniors

International Business &

none

Marketing Rye Brook,

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Elementary Education Psychology Warwick, Rl

Aquaculture & Fisheries Technology

Alisa S. Jankowitz

full

Development & Family Studies

NY

Michael S. Jilling Management Information Systems

Westerly,

Rl

Carla A. Jillson Animal

Veterinary Science Pawtucket, Rl

Portsmouth, Rl

Joslynn A. Jordan Biology Narragansett,

&

Giulia Jaramillo Human

Rl

David B. Kaletski

Marketing East Greenwich, Rl

Tina M. Kalinowski Human

Development & Family Studies Robbinsville, NJ


iiMytb William J. Karon

Paul S. Katz

Mathematics

Finance

Providence, Rl

Glen Rock, NJ

39% of Seniors

Andrea Kecskes Marine

Fact?

polled

feel that

President Carothers is the ad

Biology

Dayton,

or

NJ

ministrative officer who is doinj the

most

for the

Universit}^

fact

Tessa H. Kelley Marketing & Management Narragansett,

Rl

Joey S. Kipnis Management Information Systems New

City,

NY

Lauren Mai

Kelly Psychology

Cumberland, Rl

Stacy A. Kish Marketing Ansonia, CT

Jennifer L. Kennison Business

Stephanie Marie Kenyon Marine Biology

Lowville, NY

Fairfield, CT

Melissa A.

Valerie A. KIek

Physical Education Excersie Science

&

Klipple

Melissa J.

King

Journalism Monmouth Beach, NJ

Dennis M. Knox

Mathematics & French

Biology

Clarks Summit, PA

Colonia, NJ

Pawtucket, Rl

Seniors 179


Ursula A. Kodatt

Matthew J. Koehler

Communications

Marine

Fanwood, NJ

Biology

&

Manage

Whippany,

Shana L. L'ltalien Textile

Mechandising

&

Groveland, MA

ment

Laprise

Business Administration Coventry,

NJ

Jennifer A. Laliberte

Design

Accounting

&

Management Information Systems

Allison M. Kramer

Physical

Education

Fair Lawn, NJ

Lok C. Lam Mechanical Engineering Warwick, Rl

Wan/vick, Rl

Astoria, NY

David R.

Laurie Kozakewich

Biology

Mount Sinai, NY

Catherine M. Kretschmar Wildlife

Biology

Rl

Jamie Lawrence

Katherine E. Lawson

Communications

Psychology

Environmental Science &

Marlton, NJ

Needham, MA

Management

Meghan

R.

Leavey

Brick, NJ


A

Danielle

Beth A. Lefebvre

Jennifer A. Lemker

Jeremiah T. Leonard

Elementary Education &

Biological Sciences

Design

Communication Studies

English

Painted Post, NY

West Greenwich, Rl

Larchmont, NY

Lepre

Tiverton, Rl

Jan M. Lesemann

Sheree L.

Management

Mathematics &

Braunschweig, Germany

LeVarge Zoology

Waterford, CT

Chad M. Lewis Political Science

Saratoga Spring,

NY

Thomas E.

Liddy

Environmental Science Norwood, MA

i Sean M. Lindberg Political Science Mashpee,

MA

General Business

Animal Science

Tanin C. Longway Secondary Education & English

Pawcatuck, CT

Groton, MA

West Greenwich, Rl

Jeffrey

S.

Lindeborg

Jennifer A. Liscouski

Seniors 181


Did you live

on or

off campus your

Senior year?

12

I on

ioff Jessica 0

20

40

80

100

Lopez Rodriguez Management Information Systems

Laurie A. Los

David W. Lowell

Journalism

Civil Engineering &

Falls Church, VA

German Warwick, Rl

Providence, Rl

).. Stephanie R.

Lowenthal

Communications Jamaica Estates, NY

Cheryl A. Madden English & History Westerly,

182 Seniors

Rl

Jeanine V. Ludwicki

Marketing Huntington,

Adriana R.

NY

Magliari

Dietetics Westerly,

Rl

Nicole J.

Luparelli

Matthew R. Lussier

Communications & Music

History

Worcester, MA

Wanwick, Rl

Lisa M.

Maloney

Studio Art Kingston,

Rl

Danbury,

CT

Lyman

Business

Patchogue,

Erica L. Maluski

Psychology &

Deirdre D.

Art

NY

DenaM. Manheimer Public Relations & Journalism Rye,

NY


iiMytb The Michael G. Mannix

Christine M. Marano

History

Textile, Merchandising &

Narragansett, Rl

Design Wayne,

Diana M. Marshall Human

Development & Family Studies Peace Dale, Rl

NJ

Keith B. Marshall Communications &

Psychology Cumberland, Rl

Robyn N. Margulies Elementary Education Psychology Teaneck, NJ

Katelyn Martin Chemistry & Chemical Oceanography Arlington,

graphs

or on

Fact?

the Se

nior pages is data taken from Senior Surveys

l|^

Marisa A. Martino Journalism New Fairfield, CT

V

Kathleen S. Martins

Nursing Cumberland,

Rl

MA

Brina R. Masi

Mark A. Mastrofrances

Alicia M. Maxie

Political Science

Marketing

Textile, Merchandising &

Bristol, CT

Smithfield, Rl

Sarah T.

English &

McCarthy

Lee A. Mc Connell

Communica

Environmental Geology

Design

tions

Providence, Rl

Rochester, NH

Bourne, MA

Seniors 183


Melissa C. McDermott Journalism Wanwick, Rl

Faith J. Mc Glynn Secondary Education English

Pauline E. Mc &

Guigan Secondary Educa tion Haddonfield, NJ

Mary Elizabeth Mc Guire Political Science Ramsey,

NJ

Tiverton, Rl

Bryan M. McLean Secondary Education

Erin E. McMahon

Marc R. Mc Manus

Nika McManus

Political Science

Marine Affairs

Mechanical Engineering &

North Attleboro, MA

Warwick, Rl

Holbrook, MA

Gemnan Cumberland, Rl

Kelly McCarthy Psychology & Journalism

Amanda G. McMinn

Debbie L. Medeiros

Psychology

Biology

Hollis, ME

Cumberland, Rl

Rumford, Rl

Lindsey M. Megrew Accounting & Management Information Systems Westerly,

Rl


Cherilani K. Melson

Management Information Systems Honolulu, HI

Taylor

J. Meltzer

Textile, Merchandising, &

Keri L. Miller

Psychology

Psychology

NY

East Greenwich, Rl

Chhstina A. Merten Human

Development & Family Studies

Rl

NJ

Colleen R. Milano Northport,

Education

Westerly,

Design Manalpan,

Julie R. Menard

Physical

Bridgewater,

Mark H. Miller

Environmental Plant Lafayette Hill,

Biology

PA

Andrea M. Miner

Elizabeth C. Misiura

Charlene F. Mitchell

Dietetics

Biology

Psychology

Southboro, MA

Clarks Summit, PA

Kingston,

Rl

NJ

Stephanie M. Milo Psychology West Haven, CT

Rebecca J. Mitchell Marine

Biology

Owings Mills,

MD


Are you involved with any

clubs/organizations/sports? 38%

D^s 62%

Luke E. Molito Communications Bedford Hills, NY

Lisa J. Morris

Human

Development & Family Studies Parsippany,

Marlon J.

Mussington Psy chology

186 Seniors

W. Morse

Tiverton, Rl

Scott D. Mras

Montagano Marketing Scituate, Rl

Erin L. Moon

Psychology Concord, NH

Christopher B. Mueller Marine Biology

Biological Sciences

Stowe, VT

Providence, Rl

Lori A. Nason

Eric R. Newman

Kirstie R. Newton

Philosophy

Management Information Systems

Wakefield, Rl

Physical

Education

Bayville,

NJ

Lizette M. Muriel

NJ

Communications & Brooklyn,

Daryl

Business Administration

John M.

NY

Nicholas E.

Nahigian English

Glendale, CA

Cranston, Rl

Centereach,

NY

Music


iiMytb 5ilaphone Nhongvongsouth Management Information Systems

Rebecca Nichols Journalism &

Rebecca A. Niemi

Biology

Elementary Education &

Morrisville, NY

Wakefield, Rl

4iii^ M.

Nigrelli

Communications Westerly,

Kingston was once the capital of Rhode Island

Music

Providence, Rl

Corey

or Fact?

Rl

George R. Nippo Elementary Education Spanish

Jeffrey &

P. Norman

Public Relations North

Kingstown,

Rl

Wendy E. Norris Microbiology Hope Valley,

Rl

Scott M. O'Connor Civil Engineering Cumberland, Rl

Wakefield, Rl

Dawn P. O'Gorman

Psychology Schenectady.NY

Kelly A. Octeau Nursing Glocester, Rl

Mary S. Ombalski Development & Family Studies

Human

Milford, NJ

Jason V. Onorato

Management Information Systems

Michelle T. Orecchio

Marine

Biology

Attleboro, MA

Cranston, Rl

Seniors 187


Andrew E. Ostrowski Wildlife

Biology

Rfd South Deerf, MA

Development

Coming,

Steven J.

188 Seniors

NY

Palys

&

Family

English Riverside, Rl

Studies Barrington,

Margaret A. Paisley Physical Education

Valarie A. Ottone

Lisa M. Ottone Human

Nadine S. Human

Pagerie Development & Family Studies Oakland, NH

NI

Priscilla M. Paiva

Karen S. Palmer

Vincent D. Palombi

Nursing

Fooof Science & Nutrition

Psychology

Fall River, MA

Nashua, NH

Hamilton, NJ

Nicole L.

Pangalos

Ocean Engineering

Communications

Meriden, CT

Cranston, Rl

Michelle M.

Papallo Pharmacy

West Haven, CT

Michael P. Parente Journalism North Providence, Rl


Shandra L. Parenteau

Jennifer L. Pasch

Steven D. Pasetti

Maria D.

Pasquale

Accounting

Finance

Computer Science

Physical

Education

Chepachet,

Christopher

Rl

Matthew

Coventry,

Kennedy

Kerri-Lynn

Rl

Patti

Westerly,

Lloyd

Rl

E. Peckham

Passaretti

Dietetics

Mechanical Engineering

Management

Holbrook, NY

Ashaway, Rl

Cornwall-On-Hudson, NY

Christine A. Pedersen

Physical

Education

Barrington,

IL

Hanover, MA

Rhea D. Perdikakis

Alicia R. Perkins

Brian Salvatore Pernicone

Accounting

Dietetics

Communications

Cranston, Rl

Johnston, Rl

Peace Dale, Rl

Roy

F. Persson, III Finance

West Greenwich, Rl


Neal E. Petit

Erin E. Petrella

Pharmacy

Political Science North

Portsmouth, Rl

Kingstown,

Rl

Chittasa Phathepvongsa Management Information Systems Providence, Rl

Elizabeth M. Phelan

Marketing Coventry,

CT

Lauren N.

Phillips Development & Family Studies

Human Old

Bethpage,

NY

Maria L. Pina

David B. Plante

Business

Management Information Systems

Pawtucket, Rl

Cumberland, Rl

190 Seniors

Melissa Ann Piccoli

Wildlife

Management & Biology

Stafford

Spring,

Development & Family Studies Rockaway,

NJ

Pieranunzi

Jeffrey

R. Pilot

Communications

Urban Horticulture & Turf

Pawtucket, Rl

Grass Management

CT

Rachel H. Polan Human

Stephen A.

Monterey,

Kevin R.

Porpora

Finance

Queensbury,

Jonathan L. Porter Finance &

NY

MA

Sociology

Raynham,

MA


iiAdytb Agnieszka Potega Anthropology Pawtucket, Rl

Olivia C. Pratscher

Development & Family Studies

Human

Wyoming,

Amy

Poveromo

Communications Barrington,

Rl

Brandy L. Preckajlo

URI is

Jessica L. Powell Marine

Danbury,

Sarah J.

"dry campus"

Vanessa Priou

Principe

Art Studio

Business Management

Lindenwold, NJ

Warren, Rl

Human

Development & Family Studies Greenwich, CT

Laura M. Puchalik

Patrick J. Quinlan

Sociology

Turfgrass Management Clifton, NJ

Fact?

CT

Rl

East Windsor, NJ

a

Biology

or

Amy L. Quinn Elementary Education Psychology Wanwick, Rl

&

Omni D. Profit

Textile, Merchandising &

Design Lexington,

MA

Robinson H. Quiroz

Justin D. Rackliffe

Political Science &

Computer Engineering

Spanish

North

Kingstown,

Rl

Pawtucket, Rl

Seniors 191


Paul J. Radion

Chemical

Engineering

North Smithfield, Rl

Nursing Wantagh,

Rena M. Ranieri

Nicole A. Ramos

Lauren G. Raitz

Human

Development

&

Family

Studies

NY

Communicative Disorders Kinnelon, NJ

Providence, Rl

Shala Ranieri

Kathleen A. Rassler

Annmarie Rathbun

Textile, Merchandising &

Science

Nursing

Communications

Design

Portsmouth, Rl

Wanwick, Rl

Cranston, Rl

Brenda L.

Raposa

Franklin, MA

l^%^j^ Damon R.

Ray

iness Administration Moorestown, NJ

Samuel 1. Reich

Accounting &

Finance

Holland, PA

Human

Kerry T. Reilly Development & Family Studies Fair Lawn, NJ

192 Seniors

Thomas J. Reilly

Landscape

Architecture

Narragansett,

Rl


I Andrea L. Rene

Communications Bennington,

VT

Sevasty

N. Revis

Finance

Kingston,

Rl

Education

Angela J. Ripa Biology

Portsmouth, Rl

Warwick, Rl

Rebecca E. Richard

Judy A. Roberts Human Development & Family Studies

Jon William Riccio

Psychology Narragansett, Rl

Jessica B. Ritzcovan

Management Pound

Ridge,

NY

Kimberly G. Rice Nursing Westerly,

Rl

Annette Rivera Dietetics Providence, Rl

A. Rock

Lauren M. Robitaille

Brian P. Rocco

Kelly

Pharmacy

Accounting

Marine

Nashua, NH

Edison, NJ

Biology

Denville, NJ

Providence, Rl

Seniors 193


Do you think there should be

less Greek houses

48%

on

more or

campus?

I more

52%

I less

Elizabeth

Rodrigues Development & Family Studies & Early

Human

Miladys M. Rogers Marketing Providence, Rl

Christopher A. Romano Accounting East Chester, NY

Childhood Studies East Providence, Rl

Michael S. Finance &

Roy Marketing

Smithfield, Rl

Sandra L. Finance &

Roy Marketing

Pawtucket, Rl

Laura M. Ruffo Economics Staten Island, NY

Gregory

Management Information Systems North

Sandra Carolina Salcedo

Melissa J. Saletel

Christine Odessa Sallum

Communications

Dietetics

Biology

Providence, Rl

Clarksville, MD

Tiverton, Rl

B. Ruble

Business &

Kingstown,

Biology & Manage ment

Wilton, CT

194 Seniors

History Cranston, Rl

Rl

Cristina Sandolo Wildlife

Sara J. Russo

Mara R. Sansevero Dietetics Niantic, CT


iiMytb

or Fact?

URJ is in Summer L.

Sarajian Management Clementon, NJ

Shannah C. Saunders Information

Management Systems & Management Newport,

Timothy R. Satgunam Computer Engineering

Christine D. Sauer Environmental

Pawtucket, Rl

Joseph R. Scariza Civil Engineering Hauppauge,

NY

Rahway,

Geology

& Marine

Biology

Melanie S. Schafer

Psychology

& Women's

Studies

Bow, NH

Charles A. Schirmer

Psychology Wall, NJ

Peace Dale, Rl

Rl

Robin L. Schoeman

Darcy N. Schubart

Textile, Merchandising &

Communications

Design

Kingston Narragansett

NJ

Jenifer C. Schadlick

English

not

Exeter, NH

Erich J. Schumacher

Communications &

English

North Scituate, Rl

Corrie S. Seff Nutrition Oceanside, NY

Merisa S.

Selby

Journalism

Stoughton,

MA

Oceanside, NY

Seniors 195


Adam J. Seltser

Ana Paula R. Semedo

Accounting

Economics

MA

Providence, Rl

Peabody,

Jodi L. Mechanical

Senger Engineering

Tiffany &

German

D. Sexton

Dietetics

Kingston,

Rl

Stratham, NH

Laura J.

Seymour

Joseph

R.

Sgrulletta

Exercise Science

Communications

Westfield, MA

Carmel, NY

Jennifer L. Human

Shanley Development & Family

196 Seniors

Feeding Hills,

Studies Narragansett,

MA

Rl

Tracy A. Sharp

Elizabeth C. Shaw

James P. Shearn

Political Science

Communicative Disorders

Marketing

Allenhurst, NJ

Derby, CT

Spotswood,

Megan K. Shannon Psychology

NJ

Katie M. Sheehan Dietetics Averill Park, NY


Alexander Sidky Management Informatio Systems

Richard W. Siedel

Marissa E. Silva

Accounting

Environmental Science &

Prospect Park,

NJ

East Greenwich, Rl

Kelly

A. Smeader

Communications Neshanic Station, NJ

Lauren E. Sousa

Marketing Hackensack, NJ

Management Hope,

Hyoung Finance and

N. So

Marketing

Kingston,

Rl

Michael T. Chemical

Sparks Engineering

Springfield,

MA

Little

Compton,

Rl

Rl

Khaen Sok

Chemical

Amy Anthony Simmons Physical Education & Health

Engineering

Providence, Rl

Michelle M. Sordillo

Nursing Marlboro, MA

Megan Speenburgh

Heidi L. Steckert

Journalism

Textile Science

Sparta,

NJ

Laconia, NH


w>

imAdytb

or Fact? voted

URI 101

was

the

and least

most

valuable

Laura A. Stettine

Cori J. Steudel

Dietetics

Management Information Systems

Sayville,

course

NY

Sparta,

Kathryn

J.

Storry

Animal Science

Hadley,

MA

NJ

Gabrielle M. Strawn

William J. Streiter

Abigail Sucher

Accounting

Communications

Edward A. Sujecki Computer Engineering

Samuel C. Sukoneck

Communications Franklin, MA

Florham Park, NJ

Holmdel, NJ

Bristol, CT

Voorhees, NJ

Pharmacy

Melanie R. Sullivan Communicative Disorders

William M. Sullivan

Chien C. Sun

Yi Y. Sun

Anna E. Sweetman

Animal Science & Clinical

Art

Animal Science & Tech

Leicester, MA

Laboratory Science

Management Information Systems

West

198 Seniors

Kingston,

Rl

Wanwick, Rl

Wanwick, Rl

nology Newport,

Rl


iiMytb

URI has

Richard J. Sweetman

Jasmin Takht-Shahi

Donna Taraborelli

Marine Resources Devel

Management Information Systems

East Greenwich, Rl

opment Newport,

Rl

Michele A. Tarallo

Biological

Sciences

Westerly,

Rl

or Fact?

Psychology

Hockey

a

team

West Warwick, Rl

Ana M. Tavares

Christian E.

Taylor

Microbiology

Communications

Providence, Rl

Bedford, TX

Jill C.

Taylor English

Pascoag,

Rl

Stephanie T. Taylor Nursing Providence, Rl

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Psychology

Business

Kristy M. Thistle Secondary Education

Fall River, MA

East Brunswick, NJ

Cumberland, Rl

Catarina D. Teves

Danielle J.

Thiry

William L.

Thompson V Management Information Systems

Finance &

Michelle L. Thomson Marine

Biology

Coventry,

Rl

West Sand Lake, NY

Seniors 199


Suzanne Michelle Thorburn

Communications Danbury, CT

Jasmine M. Thorne

Textile, Merchandising

Business Administration

Eric J. Tougas Landscape Architecture

Wakefield, Rl

Warwick, Rl

Benjamin C. Tickner

Design Concord, MA

Sarah Townsend

Thomas F. Triscari

Lauren E. Turner

Jennifer C. Tuttle

Early Childhood Education

Communica tions

Textile, Merchandising &

Communications

Wescosville, PA

Liverpool,

NY

Design Bridgeton,

Carly

A. Van Orden

Communicative Disorders North Providence, Rl

200 Seniors

Eric G. Verney Turfgrass Management Bennington,

NH

Kristen A. Verrochi Animal

Veterinary Sciences Berkley,

Maywood,

NJ

NJ

MA

Rachel B.

Veyera

Business East Greenwich, Rl


Jamie A. Vider Political Science Nanvet, NY

John p. Virgilio Management Information Systems & Management Narragansett,

Elizabeth Walsh

Biological

Sciences

Wantagh,

NY

Thomas M. Weickert

Industrial

Engineering

Floral Park, NY

Kathryn

Anne

Volper

Dietetics Yorktown

Raymond

A. Votolato

Music Education

Height,

NY

Cranston, Rl

Rl

Jennifer J. Wanat

Jennifer L. Ward

Microbiology

Communications

Suffield, CT

Christopher S. Weinreich Physical Education Peace Dale, Rl

Whippany,

Katharine A.

NJ

Welby

Jarrod H. Wasko Electrical West

Engineering

Kingston,

Rl

Aimee C. Welch

Communication Studies

Textile, Merchandising & Design

Portsmouth, Rl

East Greenwich, Rl

Seniors 201


iiMytb

or

Fact?

lippit HaU was

once Laura C. Wells

the Cafeteria

Psychology

& Art

Narragansett,

Rl

Basking Ridge,

Rebecca A. Wieczorek

Elementary Education Biology Piscataway,

202 Seniors

Wildgoose Nursing

Rumford, Rl

Debra L. Wilkens Art

History

Commack,

NY

Rl

&

Anthropology Trenton, NJ

NJ

Nichole M. Wilson

Dawn E. Winalski

Biology

Environmental Science &

Springfield,

MA

NJ

Christopher S. Woods Electrical Engineering Pascoag,

Jennifer M.

&

Elizabeth A. Whelan

Lucinda M. West

Elementary Education Psychology

Management West Hartford, CT

C. Yelle

Jeffrey

P. Yachmetz

Amy

Ocean

Engineering

Wildlife

Marmora, NJ

Biology

Rockland, MA

Wai

Electrical

Yung Engineering

Kingston,

Rl

Deborah D. Zaieha

Nursing Derby,

CT


"State

one

fact that you think is relatively unknown about URI" What you said: "a.k.a. "Bressler HaU

"Ellery "Fiji

is

not a

a

nuclear

reactor

"It may

over

the

hall is the best dorm

pits of Hell" campus"

on

rapists and farm animal lovers" Quad is really fun at 3am" beneath the campus. Reason why the campus

on

buried

"It is harder

U.R.High"

built

bunch of

"Golf "That there is

was

to

the

get in

seem

now

large

-

than when I

but we're all

was a

one

is

always steaming"

freshmen"

big family"

"It's easy to fall off the top of BISC" "It's in the boondocks"

"Streaking "That there

are so

many

"The

no

spirit

are

and dreads

"We

is

Quad leaks

has the

-

worst

a

rite of

passage"

1 think the campus could

collapse"

drivers in the world"

people buried underneath Keeny gym" mediocrity in terms of personal development outside "URI professors really help you out" have some of the best looking girls in the country"

"There "URI has

state

the

steam

dead

the classroom"

Seniors 203


204 Divider


Dorm Life and

Buildings

Divider 205


Merrow Residents of Merrow Hall

had

plenty to

with

events

do this year as Mid

such

night Twister, Spirit Week, a

W^inter

Formal, and

weekly study breaks. Merrow Hall is unique

in

that half of the dorm houses all females and half houses honor students. The RA's of Merrow

were

Jen Chin, Anthony

Delsignore, Matt Lacroix, Becky Murray, and Katelynn Martin.

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I


Peck Although

Peck Hall is

the smallest dorms

pus, residents could

find

something

many

events

to

one

of

on cam

always

do with the

the RA's held.

Events included

weekly stu nights, a

dent breaks, movie visit from the Easter egg

Zoomobile,

decorating.

Sand

Art, and a Semi-Formal. The RA's of Peck Hall were Kim

berly Deady, Al

Da Cruz, Eric

Martin, and Elizabeth

Rosengren.

The Assistant

Hall Director Matsuura.

was

Asako


Burnside The fabulous RAs of Burnside

Hall this year

were

Jennifer

Bickett, Trang Nguyen, Adriana Ramirez, Claudia Rodriques, Mtihammed Shloud, Daniel

Snizek, and Chip Tillman. Their Assistant Hall Director

was

Nam

Kim.

Adams Justin Rechter, Daniel Taylor, James Towle, and Jayme Zimmermann

Evan Pierce,

were

the RA's who

kept

Adam's Hall Residents under

control this year. Their Assis tant Hall Director was Zack

Jackson.

208 Dorms


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Hopkins The four fantastic RA's of Hopkins Hall this year were Amanda Dauphinee, Michael Marinello, Ana

Semedo, and Joseph Tuzzam. Their Hall Director

^

was

Bob

Fuguea.

''-'*../.''"'>...

s.

Aldrich Aldrich's RA's

were

Kristie

Ferland,

Jonathan Ho, Brooke Lemme, and Pericles Vieira. Their Hall Director was

Rainy

Dube.


Browning Browning It is also

Hall is

one

one

of the

largest dorms

of the all-freshmen dorms and

in the way for future renovations.

residents

on

were

lucky enough

Newport Hyatt.

to

Browning

have

The RA's this year

a

campus.

plans

Formal

were

are

Hall the

at

Melissa

Anderson, Scott Bergeron, Emily Clapham, Jason Dunlap, Susan Gravitch, Seana Grey, Ken Jenkins, Jeremy Melnuck, John Stringer, Monica Tavares, and Peter Webster. The Assistant Hall Director

Bufalo.

was

Alison


Hutchinson Part of the Little 4, Hutchinson residents know

how

to

good time. Events this year barbeques, volleyball games, and a

have

included

a

Semi-Formal dance. Their RA's

were

Matthew

Burm, Julie Erickson, Jessica Tamam, and

Bryan Stanislaus. Their Hall Lapointe.

Director

was

Michael

Tucker Tucker Hall's Assistant Hall Direc tor was

Amanda Calabro and the

RA's this year were Barry Leo, Melanie Morgan, Jean Reynolds,

Jerry Staves,

and Elizabeth

Timpe.


Barlow Barlow Hall Residents and

Staff had

very exciting year in which the RA staff won

a

the Rainville Team

Award. RA's this year were Shawn Brothers, Christo

pher Walsh, Mark Amargo, Julie Bixby,

Glen

Deslauriers, Glen WTiitfield, Matt Buttrich, Dorie

Spitler, Heather Curzio, Ryan Loiselle, and Sarah Buonaccorsi. Resients of the

newly

renovated "Barlow Hotel"

could

participate

activities

in several

including

karaoke, making orna ments for children, paintball, flag footbal, movie

hunt,

nights,

scavenger

football, mask talent show, a making, snow

battle of the

sexes,

and

a

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Weldin Weldin is

newly

a

beautiful

renovated dorm

located in betwee Barlow and Adams. Their RA's this year

were

Beusquet,

Cory

Nathalie

Bennez, Christine Hannan, Adam Lamoureaux, Ken Poirier, Eric Prive, Matilda

Burghardt, and Dan

Lee Stetson,

Ragan.

Their

Assitant Hall Director

was

Damita Davis.

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Dorr Shelly Argentieri,

Brienne

Cronin, Jonathan DeMare, Lisa ladevaia, Michaela

Keegan,

and

Bernardino Ramos RA's of the

are

the

suite-style

dorm. Dorr Hall, located the

Roger Williams Complex. Their Hall Director was Larry Brusic. near

Butterfield Butterfield RA's

Peters, Fritz

were

Eric Ernst, Christine

Pluviose, Ronald Serpa, Meghan

Smith, and Ralph Supper. Their Assistant Hall Director

was

Hall is scheduled summer.

Lynne Yong. to

Butterfield

be renovated

over

the


Fayerweather The RA's of Fayerweather Hall this year were Mercy Amo, Vanessa Cuevas, Heather Harris, April Lapierre, Jilliam Mackin, and Jeff Yachmetz. The Hall Director of Fayerweather

was

Mark Lane.

Gorham Gorham Hall Resident Directors this year

were

Anthony Alexander, Kyle Deguire, Kristie DiLuna, Staci Hermann, Chandra

Rogers,

and Jen Wanat. was the

Lori Kuntz

Assitant Hall Director of

Gorham.


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were

Bonniwell

Graham, Jason

Harridge,

Laurie Los,

and Scott

Young.

Hall Director

was

The Dan

Szumilo.

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began reno during the spring

semester

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Heathman Hall RA's, Jason

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and Dad

success

in your future.

Love, Monn, Dad, Ali and Jill (Christine Marano)

(Sara Black)

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a

world of

health,

success

happiness, love, and wonderful

future. Good luck

things

in

to vou

and the

\'our

graduating

class

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We love you Brooke and are very proud of your accom

plishments and especially proud of the woman you have become. We wish you love and a lifetime of happi ness

and

success.

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wonderful life to live

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determination have

of

this

day every day your life, keep peace,

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to

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destiny awaits! I wish you all the love, happiness and prosperity

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Sean!

always

your middle name! You have so much to offer and such a

offer! Love

Congratulations

to

courageous and beautiful woman that you've become -

so

long way pigthe strong,

come a

From the little

this world has to

ya!

Mom (Victoria Girouard)

Believe in

yourself, aim high, follow your

dream! We

are

very

proud of you! Love you ALWAYS! Mom and Dad (Sean Lindberg)


The Path yet to travel extends before you. Destiny brings threat of heavy weather And comfort of deepest calm, Of afternoons in dappled sunlight. No offense can prevail against your strong and

shining

spirit. Unsung

moments of grace and

decency

define your

character. Your

spoken

word

imparts disarming

wisdom

With velvet wit, Your incisive pen extracts the clear Stay the course. You inspire us all. Mom, Matt, Jen,

Grandpop, Millia,

essence.

Aunt

Susie,

Aunt

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proud

life, good friends

of you.

and the

whatever you dream

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on

ability

can come

happy in life

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and

your

a

good

to remember that

true, with

always

know

a

little hard

we

love you.

graduation!!!

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Dear

Sally,

Your family is

proud

so

of you! You've

worked hard for 4 years and have lots to show for it. We

hope you will always remember your days at URI with

fondness.

Love,

Coixgratuktioivs? l^e love yoo an<t are so prou<l of yoo. Love,

Mom and Dad (Sally

V.

Heron)

AAom, Da.<l, K'risten, Scott, Gram, anJ Grammie ( IVIicliael Woronoff)

CONGRATULATIONS

Allison,

ADAM

We

MAY THE ROAD YOU TRAVEL LEAD YOU ON A

JOURNEY

FILLED WITH LOTS OF AD

woman

VENTURE, GREAT SUCCESS AND MUCH HAPPINESS.

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reactor

buried

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sightings"

at

URI..

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glorious opportunity to thank everyone who has contributed to my accomplishments in one way or another. Two very special individuals are my parents, Luis F. Quiroz and Alirian S. Molina, who have battled numerous amounts of obstacles to see this day, which was also their dream become a reality. I want to thank my girlfriend, I want to take this

Carolina Parra, for her love and support. I also want to thank those who I can call my friends for being there for me through the good and bad times, you all know who you are: A.B., A.L., L.R. A special thanks to a significant individual who got me here, .^^^f-.-.

My

Congratulations

and

and forever.

Always,

Sarah Jo Best of Luck

*Chrissy* and may the years ahead

bring happiness and success!

Love, Mom, Dad, and Peter

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is the

big step is Law School. Robinson Quiroz

next -

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(Allison Kramer)

me that college Yates. only way to really thrive; Mr. Robin the My baby sister, Jennifer Quiroz, who is most intelligent, loving kid sister anyone could possibly have. Thank you all for everything.

the person who showed

are.

of the

Mom, Dad, and Family (Adam Seltser)

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you

success now

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proud

ing you happiness

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and successful life.. Continue to follow your dreams!

Love, Mom, Dad, Rick, Mae & Family

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are

so

proud

of you.

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die

journey in life, not just the destination, that counts. May your journey be happy and prosperous. We love

you!

Mom, Dad, Blake, Chloe (Taylor Meltzer)


To Where did the time It flew

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as

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success

Continue

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in the future

to

be

vours.

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(Stephen Bucacci)

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all beautiful to

us.

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was a

long

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a wonderful young woman. make you into what you are Congratulations on this significant achievement! Make the -

world

Sean

a

better

place than you found it. Love, Mom, Dad, Beth and assorted critters.

(Andy Britell)

Merisa Sharon

Sleby

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are

you the

of you and wish best of a good life always.

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in life and

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page. Brad Irish for checking up office all

photo

in. Dave Bascom in maintenance and

portrait

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as

roommates

and friends who dedicated

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of

and

congratulate on her first son, Eli. Kvle Burkhart who

four hour

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amazing knowledge

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advisor Maureen McDermott

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A Final Note. This the 99th issue of the Yearbook wiU be another Hnk in the chain of memories from your years year will

particular

ships

for each

chosen

serve

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graduate

as

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as

such, will there be such

to

mingle

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hearts

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might

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ourselves As the

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disclaimer: We

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book that this

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wish the Graduates of

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archival document that

through

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conquer the world.

to

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now

what we've

learn from.

do. We wish you

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out

leave behind themselves

students, they

to

sort

the Class of 2001 the best of luck in what

the courage

experi

be. It has been the

to

search and

The Renaissance staff would like

to

least

at

learned, loved, and caused

graduates

legacy, memories,

of the school

want

or

problems.

accomplished.

their

dear

so

least the last four years and

at

have grown,

we

immeasurable

home for

we

mented with who

hold

we

truly

fade off with time.

now

URI has been the

opportunity

with memories. The value of this book wiU

become apparent when the memories that to

other instances

or

accessed

easily

an

friend

renewing

she travels down their

or

when class reunions,

path. Only

URL This

at

tend

to

starring slip

at

up. If

deepest apologies.

mistakes away but

no

a

a

an

We

one

is

-CK

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Candace Karl Editor-in-chief

Renee St. Germain Assistant Editor

Catherine Truslow Business

Manager

Jen Silva Student Life Editor

Dave

Caprone Editor

Photography

Sarah Hartenstein Rich Stadnick Staff Mennbers Thank you to Dave

Caprone, Keri-Lyn Ducharme, Columbe, Kyle Burkhart, Habitat for Humanity, Jen Silva, and friends for candid photos through out. Candace

Karl,

Monica

Volume 99 of Renaissance, The was

of Rhode Island's Yearbook,

printed by Jostens Printing and Publishing Division of State College,

Pennsylvania, book

It

University

were

was

in

August

printed. The

2001 Four hundred .

cover

fifty copies

is 9x12 true life

printed using processed

cover on

color covered with

a

of the 264 page

high gloss

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matte laminate. All

type styles are from Jostens Printing and Publishing Division The endsheets were

some

natural #298. candids

were

Paper taken

stock is 80

by

Davor

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Photography, Pennsylvania.


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